19 Burst results for "Nagara"

"nagara" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"nagara" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"Yeah. For on the cusp of our 5 year anniversary and to be honest, Carly and I'm still recovering from having TikTok superstar, makeup artist, mckayla nagara on our show last week. It was such a great episode. If you need a smile, she delivers and so if you haven't listened to that one, yet go back and hear it. Even if you're not on TikTok, not familiar with her, I guarantee you guys will all fall in love with Michaela. Oh yeah, realist influencer on TikTok. I'll give her that. And don't forget we are also on TikTok everyone. We're having lots of fun over there with many product reviews. So give us a follow at breaking beauty, podcast. I think we're TikTok is just serving as that distraction. I certainly find myself on there these days scrolling through and I think you and I karleen right now wanted to take a moment to just acknowledge everything that is happening in the world. We are doing our best to keep calm and carry on as they say, but you know, we are affected like everybody else by what's happening in the world around us. Absolutely. I mean, the world's on fire. But we still have a beauty podcast to deliver and hopefully it's a welcome distraction for people. Having said that, we want to help as much as we can even in small ways. So we have made a donation and on Instagram we've posted to links where people can donate as well. We've linked to everything on our Instagram highlights. And we did our best to link to credible organizations that are known for stepping in in times of crisis. I believe in the news world, they call this next move a hard pivot. But this is what we're going to do. We're still delivering today's show content. And.

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"nagara" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"nagara" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"What you're looking for and then the reason you're hiring is because you you can't do it yourself There's no way. I could have shot the video. And there's there's no way. I could have produced the the audio on my own. Without the help of rayburn rayburn blake karen in nagara did all the production and i mean we recorded it together and there was a lot of communication. But did you hire people that get it. Just the just get what you're talking about. You don't have to explain. And then you get out of their way and let them do their thing. And it's it's worked for me in the past and it seems to be working. Now come back and say so. What do you think there might be one or two tweaks. i mean. I really wanted french horns and that was a standing joke with greybeard and the other members of three because i have a passion for french horns on everything. i think. It's a little to do with hearing some mozart at at a very young age with some of his like. I didn't really didn't really have to write the horn part. Just said yeah okay. I'll put some you know. Actually he didn't tell me it was going to put the horns it and he just changed it up. And when he examined the final mix. He kind of chuckled. And said you know like this one even some french horn so you know it was one of those things that when you're working with people like that that just kind of feel it allen with with his base part just the old cliche but less is less asmar just knew the pep play and it fit and then Kirk smith has been playing. Bluegrass country can the bands. Think has band's called before midnight and he's been a fixture in saint catharines for a long time. I won't i won't mention how long just you know. save him. The embarrassment of having people understand that he too has one foot in the grave But we you know we're a bunch of old guys but kirk stepped up and he just played this haunting violin. Piece that work and it all came it all has come together Almost like planet that way. Well let's beautiful thank you. We're gonna spin it now and come back and talk more both through t. l..

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"nagara" Discussed on The Read

The Read

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"nagara" Discussed on The Read

"But why couldn't a motherfucker be african wing of the indian right jasmine sullivan. Right there. like i would've taken old girl from levin hip hop miami. I'm sorry i'm just saying like. I wish why don't have me telling no lies. Because i singer tomorrow negra marlin nagara i was gonna say please come on. That's what i'm saying like over justin bieber a lot of people had never and you're not gonna believe me but i had actually heard before reality. Tv her name just slipped my mind but like a lot of different eleven hip up. But i would rather have a quote unquote love hip hop star on that song. Then just fucking bieber of altech jesse people okay. I don't i. Don't i don't know her music. But like countless black-americans countless black artists across the diaspora. And i just don't i would have even been happier if it was like a black artist or specifically black afrobeat artists on the song wit just in his speech. Ingesting man this other. I would have been with that especially if the blessed is already on the damn song who okay. Well the thing is. It's not just kid on the song bears. Nfc another person and has been less. Yeah yeah featuring right they. Are you serious All right well i will. I was gonna say since. I don't know that for sure i will let you but i will say pleasure always has been sitting right here on this on this whole time and the girls don't even know and they know justin bieber is on before her black has having been on it from and this is the problem that i have with this now i feel like the white played out right in front of my fucking faces like i feel like well. Why when it comes to whiten is usually. I'd be wrong. And i know there were different time than a lot of other. The erection of other black. Oh music genres. I should have used different. I can't what a great way. Yeah but like. I feel like it usually takes whiteness. I don't know maybe like six. Had twelve years before they fully are like complete in the we do the feature. Yeah we make the albums and then we do the black after obits. You know what. I mean like i feel like a unique. Let's round a decade before why people start acting like they had no idea that we made the genre created it a little bit longer and with you know With tim cooking and see jobs in their devices is probably different in terms of the timing. Now and i'm like god damn can we just can't we have some fun as as people may of africa is if people as people who are connected before we you know have some more johstone ass blue eyed at her trae bs. God damn like yeah. I'm so sorry. Miss timms i am so sorry blaming Know a lot of people say wait a minute. What and winning go there now. They're like oh my god. How did i know this. Honestly this illustrates my point. Why do i know about justin bieber for this girl. Why is that even like why. Why does it hurt feature. You know what i get it i do. I get it. Because it's just fucking bieber and blah blah blah. everything about. How big he is as a star. But i just don't carry sure like of all like there are so many. It's really almost an infinite number of artists. You could've asked that would have done this before you got to anybody. White much less justin bieber. That's elsa very specifically like not only do we wanna crossover who do the caucasians lift right and honestly like marketing..

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"nagara" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

08:27 min | 10 months ago

"nagara" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"Hundreds thousands of guns every weekend. I can't even keep up with the total at it is date but i know at some point. It was up to six thousand dollars. Six thousand guns this year so the guns are being taken off the streets. The ones that are willingly coming off the streets by offering money. I don't see how many more guns off the streets as a result. I think the issue here about getting creative is going back to work. Go back to that area in the city where you have less gun violence and find out what was taking place at the time. The kids grew up in the city on the west side of chicago. I know what kept me out of trouble which was daycare which was after school programs. Things that kept my mind occupied. My friends occupied so that we couldn't get into quote unquote devil moment. So i think that's what a lot is you. Stop the tide of problems of going into gun by then going into gangs. It's you could start with that section. The next section of people were already involved. You need to give them an alternative to what is prompting them to be involved in gun violence. I was talking to father pfleger after the shooting over on sunday nights and just seen just the other day and he said gun. Violence gun are the way we talk to each other now instead of actually having an argument or discussion or a conversation with a lot of the gun with a lot of gun. And that's how the conversation takes place it's time to start hoping to receive the hearts and minds of the people who are involved in gun violence giving them other opportunities and then houston tied but to just give someone money from turning inozyme. We've already tried that. That's gonna turn is done by back. You had a gun violence. I haven't seen that. This is something that chicago police superintendent. David brown presumably got brought up when he went to the white house earlier. This week to ask for more help federally in combating violence in chicago when he came back though he continued to blame judges for that violence. Let's take a look when i know i'm being repetitive. Keeping violent offenders in jail longer will reduce violent. Crime is chicago. So i want to go to you. Maresca anything that you want to add on that we've been talking about it and yet on top of that violence really. You covered one of these mass shootings. Two were five. Individuals shot on wednesday. Believe you covered the one in auburn gresham. So a lot of people believe there's the court single. There's the gangs what is going on here. Because this wasn't a gang related event. Right bret i. I think it's a hodgepodge. There's a lot of factors here. And i think tanya brought up a really good point when i see violence interrupters which by the way that mass shooting was as we know right across the street from the anti-violence organization And something that. I hear across the board is from violence interrupters and people who specialize in these sorts of things. Is we work. They say we worked so hard to tell people to put the guns down and then the hardest part is. What do i do instead. How do i tell people to put their guns down. When i am not able to offer them. Hope that there's another way of life that there's another way of living and so. I think that the difficulty here is everyone. Wants to find one solution or one person to blame or one thing to blame and it's so much more nuanced than that in the hard part is how do you find solution by capping something right now. We're talking about things. Like preventative measures that you wouldn't see the benefits of or effects of for ten years if not longer as children there but i think prevention. I think that's been a huge part that gets missed. You ever while to favor point towards whether it's cook county state's attorney's office or superintendent brown but it's it's so much more than honesty people really wanting a solution in one. If i could add one more thing you know by by bringing in the federal the federal troops in the federal Manpower now transfers cases from the cook county court federal court which has a completely different outcome. You don't have as much leniency. I guess you could say you have harder sentences. you don't get role you don't get home electronic monitoring. The sentencing is different. So you do get though so repeat offenders off the ground and then i mean off the streets now it looks as though oh this is working because now we have federal health. It's a totally different jurisdiction and anybody who's living chicago any period of time. Now it's different when you go to the dosing versus when you go to the lady. Low courthouse house. The outcomes are completely different issue. Here's the issue with that though is. How long will they scan they. We stop federal strike force last year with president trump to have them come during the summer months. Of course that we think they might might be as soon as next week. it is. you know it's the continuation op that it. Certainly that they have an influence in help but is it just sort of a two or three months deal and then we're back to the same issue wednesday leave writing a quick two quick points here any day now for the to see what the what the by. The white house is calling a strike forces coming in on the point of intervention on thursday at the white house. Spirit just a handful of people including a eddie boca. I hope i don't say his name. Petty nagara kaneko wild and this to the white house within just a few weeks and just you. He's a senior director at the heart of lions gun safety program and and violence interruption program and this crime Initiative includes this. He was one of a few people at the white house the second time. A briefing the white house told tommy on things that work. Chicago's went a fifteen cities that are part of this kind of car for intervention policies. So the fighting white house is also pretty. We don't know how much you know some of acids in this putting this do one of the things that many community activists and organizations say could make a difference is community belief in the law enforcement or doing away with it altogether. Some would say so. We are hearing word. Marianne that there a possible deal on the horizon for community oversight of the copd. So what are you hearing in terms of what this would mean for taking away. The mayor's ability to hire and fire or a superintendent. And how week would that leave any mayor absolutely. She's now he's going to have an elected school board. to lose. The authority of a oversight of the day would be really nassim for her and she spoke with bill cameron from wwl radio saying that of course she does not want that to happen. There will be more meetings early next week Did discuss it today. At city hall out of committee of course was not there because i was recruited judge but i did see some of the give and take on it. This is something bad. Roads warmers warmer. You know when she was not running yet but when she was More life would said yes. I want this now the mayor. She's wait a second. I wanna be able to pick will be in charge. That would be huge if she lost that opportunity. That would certainly be vague. And while we're on this note unfortunately we only have about thirty seconds left but marissa. I wanted to see if you can add anything for. Has this ep done enough. When it comes to mental health a third police officer committed suicide this week to say because it depends on who you ask spoke with officers who would say a hard. No on that They say they're stretched in. I think it's something. A lot of us can relate to sometimes ceiling understaffed but was them. They're also putting their lives on the line. And i'm so sorry i'm going to have to end you there because we are out of time. Thank you so very much for all of the vibrant discussion. That you offered lynn sweet marissa. Tara marianne her antonio francisco and that is our show for this friday night. Be sure to join us tomorrow. Night at six. Four chicago tonight. Latino voices then six. Pm sunday for chicago tonight black voices. then we're back at seven o'clock next week.

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"nagara" Discussed on Swarfcast

Swarfcast

06:25 min | 10 months ago

"nagara" Discussed on Swarfcast

"And so i realized that probably about over seventy percent of my customers were like one in particular. The tesla customer was closing shop. They were like we're not taking any of our orders any releases its going to be put on hold. It ended up being over six months for them and other customers. Mary similar industrial all different types of industries that we were serving and so we in the beginning. We were like okay. Even before. The governor's spoke. These states are shutting down in shutting down our orders so it was kind of like. How are we going to pay the bills. How are we gonna pay everyone when all of these orders are on hold so i made a decision. Even my management team was like. Are you sure you wanna do this. I'm like i'm not following. Anyone were not cutting overtime or continuing business as usual. We're gonna make cards the lockdown processes when a right up work instructions. We're gonna put arts and stack when they're ready. We'll be ready. And so i was willing to do that because i didn't want to get even one more layer of instability to my team. You know being a centralist grinders daughter. Both my parents worked in machine shops for many years in my childhood. I didn't want to be that employer. So i i i made a conscious effort and then the parts came back from biomedical and medical devices and then p p p was available so all of that together. I felt like you know what. I made the right decision. And i'm reaping the benefits of that bright because you kept everybody and so you have the people you need and now machining industry is just crazy right crazy. Good crazy good crazy so okay you know some you. We talked to many people and they complain about government. Handout people People don't wanna work cetera. You know that's not a problem for you anyways because you already had good people. I guess it's a problem. It's a problem it's always a problem. I don't think any manufacturer will say otherwise. If they are. I don't know what their rank what's always a problem. People people finding good people keeping good people you have. We are in a very cutthroat business. I have competitors literally at my door waiting for me to blink and offering you know and sometimes unfortunately my please nearsighted. They forget we just went through. And what i just differ them the training you know. I had an engineer right out of college. I hired him as an intern. And after a few years i after training him sending him to texas for training european system taking onto leadership training taking. I could not have invested more in an employee and i do this. Not just for him. But he was one of my. I would say trophy employees because it was like literally no manufacturing experience and you know disagreement here and there with one of the managers and he just felt like you know what. I'm gonna go somewhere else just like that. And it was like really really. How did i couldn't believe it. But then i was at one of my colleagues one of my extra competitors was talking in this room pm. Pa and i. I don't wanna say who it was but anyway he was complaining about an engineer and he was like we have an engineer. Somebody in chicago. Now i don't don't down anymore jokes. He sent his engineer for training outside. And then the the company that he sent his engineer for training for programming all right had a run a program a sc- turning center and by two weeks later they called when he sending her engineer. The classes almost over. He's a we talking about on my payroll. He hasn't shown up the engineer. Nagara showed up for the training and when he told me that. I'm like i don't have it so bad. So you know this colleague of mine. This is not like you know minimum wage. This is not like hard manufacturing. This is like engineering sitting behind a desk or working you know. I don't know cad cam all day long. it's not like it's not obviously not easy work. It is difficult work. But it's not like labor so this is a career in woody. What are you doing so when he told me that. Then i'm like man. My engineer was one. Engineer is not so bad yet. We gave notice and left on good terms but nonetheless it just shows you like There's just because it's so cut throat because the demand is so high and because our wonderful government continues to give people more and more money you know staying home because the challenge and not to say that some of those people that are home aren't deserving there are obviously people that need to have that But on the flip side. Let's let's figure this out. Let's figure out something for the workforce issue that we're facing in america. Sure and i noticed a couple months ago you sent us an email saying you were wondering if pinker knew of any blue chips out there for was it setup person engineering or yeah lebron's looking for good people to this is. Is that something you normally do. You kinda just go to your network and try to. I mean that's one way or finding people. Lincoln is another way and sometimes honestly people talk to me but they're politicians don't match what we're looking for or whatever you know these other reasons. There may be there. Was i interviewed. Someone really good but he had a chip on his shoulder. And i just couldn't do it in bets. Unfortunate it's very common. In our industry you know having a manager that bullies the employees If i allowed that to happen. I would be making a lot of money in having less headaches but.

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"nagara" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"nagara" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"nagara" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"nagara" Discussed on Pantheon

"You're like I was near Nagara Falls, but. Click that's a great. We look back at your catalog. So a so no, so we're not talking about the overweight Niagara Falls pictures like which ones like which tracks of yours of? On definitely proud of out say. Everything done. There's definitely some stuff that I hold close to my heart so I. I don't really have much that I regret. His word. Thank you for that. Music as well. Only demonic. Yes! Some stuff sticks some stuff earlier. I always try to pretend like nobody's paying attention anyway. Don. All that Shit. Overthinking like nobody fucking real. Eighty percent of the time. It's true. stoudt man. We want to thank you for sharing time man. Like, we said we're we're. We're big fans of the work. and yeah just. Keep, doing your thing. Then we appreciate appreciate the time. Had blood coming up. Oh, yeah, sorry, go ahead! Definitely no problem Next month of dropping an EP that's produced by pitching jump and the low. Finished were big. I'm super proud. Man. And his.

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"nagara" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Time I agree. Arthur some Nagara and I think this has been parents. I think many parents have gone out of their way to make sure that their child has gotten some experiences right now and I don't know that go out of their way as the way they've made they've made a concerted effort to give their some new experiences to make the best out of this situation. Right right so I I think it's been a little challenging for the parents that are working at home and are home-schooling Dan. I don't know how they're doing that. Where especially like when? I'm watching them. Cnn Gina One of the got one of the contributors. He has his big dog. I don't know what kind of using the dog is always in his face. Funny and then you know you have some of their kids run into death. That's funny but it's held real TV and right and you know what a shoutout to all my colleagues and friends every. Oh Yeah is who is working hard and we're going to be so much more respect for teachers. The APP for sure what to teachers who are putting in more time provide instruction and and people that people never knew what we did to begin with and how much and they see some of it but Mount of Energy and effort in instruction and the getting is astronomical that. These teachers are doing my friends and my colleagues that they're doing behind the scenes right provide instruction provide opportunities to provide lessons to provide one on one provide. Whatever is I just Kudos to these people. I'm so glad I'm not a classroom teacher right now..

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Latin Music Gallery Opens Doors At GRAMMY Museum

The Frame

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Latin Music Gallery Opens Doors At GRAMMY Museum

"According to Billboard magazine the Global Popularity and sales of Latin music are at an all time high and so it seems fitting that the Grammy Museum at. La Live has a new space dedicated to Latin musicians. The Latin music galleries recent opening was attended by a wide range of music. Industry figures the frame contributor. Beto arcus was there and has this report about two hundred. People showed up at the opening of the Grammy Museum's Latin Music Gallery. There was a lot to celebrate when the Grammy Museum opened in. Two Thousand and eight Latin music was is barely noticeable. We try to convince the people of the museum that it was worth it to have space for Latinos and they gave us fifteen square meters. which accounts for one hundred and fifty square feet? Maurice Gabriela Varroa is president of the Latin Recording Academy an offshoot of the Grammy Organization but also says when they began pitching the idea of Latin music space at the museum they had to focus on two things. First Education we are. We are tangled. We are SAMBA. We are personal. We are Ranchera so they said well. It's very easy for you to say but we don't know how to do Louis. Hope I retained on behalf of the Latin Recording Academy experts in every field and they came and they put their best. So when you go there you have all genders there about. Oh assess for nine years. They kept complaining about the one hundred and fifty square feet. They had been allocated until one day he asked I. What else can we do? They said we'll we need contributions so he says Oh. Let's contribute so. We begin being much more cooperative with the museum. undecisive guys. Why don't we do something nicer for you? Assess for the past year and a half. Latin Recording Academy has been helping the Grammy Museum create the Latin Music the gallery they went from one hundred fifty two six thousand square feet so the difference is huge humongous. It is also true that the presence presence of Latin music in America has grown is being more noticed but they also found that most of the apple these to the museum are Latin. Descent are Hispanics who come to the museum. So if the Magic Work Iwo Lavonia they live. Well I think that music brings us all together and now with our renovations were able to tell a lot more stories and a lot. Bigger stories about are about the impact of music. So it's very important. Michael Stich is president of the Grammy Museum. And this is Kind of museum two point zero if you will. So we're actually taking a lot a lot of time and energy and a big investment two million dollar investment. We've made on the third floor to really start. Expanding the storytelling of Latin Music Day Nagara Exhibit zibute highlights the Latin Grammy Awards from the past twenty years including more than thirty songs on rotation heard on a sound system in every room on display. There's is an electric guitar from Columbia Scar Beavis and an accordion that was played by cork commanders of low figures. The North The sky is there's also fashioned from the Latin grammys including blazer worn by the late pop singer Gabrielle. An address warned by singer Gaby Moreno designed by her. What Alan Compatriot you sham? I A warrant at the Latin grammys in two thousand thirteen. When I won my my best new artist award and about a month ago I received An email asking me if I if I could send it here but I told them well the dresses in Guatemala. Because I I gave it back to him after I used it. So they He's shifted and now it's being on display. Here's a really fatal. Haven't seeded Jillian singer. Francisco Ellen Swallow describes a couple items is on display. That caught her attention. Where in front of Bruce's dress from an award ceremony of the Grammy's and we love our fans say she's a museum? We have the monthly. Which I'm a big Fan? I was just hanging out with those guys here. They're amazing I'm such a fan proud of all the Latin artists here displayed an excited. For uh-huh diverse Latin see

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"nagara" Discussed on The Production Show

The Production Show

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on The Production Show

"Eight Oregon case the unanimous decision of the group was to recommend cultural affiliation to three of the six tribes included in consultation the other three or not claiming affiliation says this decision was reached after review of the various lines of evidence documented in both the data on the same again individuals supplied by Yukon and the documentation provided by the tribes using the repond rinse of evidence strategy as laid out in Nagara. We intend to have submitted a draft inventory entry as well as draft notice of inventory completion to access to national Mac and all tribes involved in consultation within the next couple of weeks. We should receive notifications the National Nagara regarding the consultation grant application for the development of the State of Connecticut Protocol Recall Sometime in August. We think those guys that any questions that we may want to.

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"nagara" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There's another one. I think you're right. There is another. Okay. Well, I watched what I've been to the one in Westwood. Okay. I feel like if somebody this weekend, it's, it's one of these, if you get a date night, it's not cheap. But at the same time, it's kind of an experience. You're not gonna get into normal movie theater. It's like those giant like almost like a barcalounger luxury recliner, you get a pillow and blanket and free popcorn, and then you don't get me wrong. The food is pretty expensive as are the tickets. However, what a great date night for you and your husband wife to get away from the kids go out and see Toy Story by yourself because it does sound like something that could totally be for the parents for the kids, but you don't have to necessarily take the whole family. You can do it on your own to it is. And my, my only warning on the pick theaters. And the theater is like that, which I really enjoy and toy store for, I think it would be a good movie to go see there, but if you're seeing something that you really have to pay close attention to, I find the waiters and everybody walking around a little distracting. Oh. Eating. And ordering and doing all that stuff. I it doesn't take a whole lot to get me out of a movie ally. The okay you're like a light sleeper in a movie kind of thing kinda. Yeah. So, although I will fall asleep in an epic. 'cause the plane gets them comfortable that is so nice. All right. Hey, what's going on to this weekend? With the will lend does and wasn't the sister who was supposed to be part of this big attempt to walk across square wasn't. She just injured. She was injured two years ago. And she hasn't done it for form. And since then. Oh, that's okay. So they were practising. They fell the whole family fell and she fell thirty feet. Cracker face. Oh man. Now, she's going to be a part of this nickel. He's walking over the both of them are walking over time square, which nobody's ever done before, which seems surprising, but nobody's ever done that. And he says, you know, he's a little worried because it's more distracting, they've done Nagara falls. They've done the Grand Canyon, but times squares. A very distracting environment and distracting is not what you need when you're doing something like this. So he's walking out on its thirteen hundred feet of wire. It's about as thick as your thumb or a little less than your thumb. He's walking out, she's walking from the other end. They're gonna meet halfway. She sits down in the middle. He goes over her. And then they both keep walking where they're going to walk. And so that's going to be Sunday night on ABC. All right. Jason. I know a lot of people are going to be watching that. Thank you so much. Have a great weekend Z later, this KFI in Keio HD two Los Angeles. You have a lot to watch this weekend. Whether you go see toast, Toy Story or just stay home and watch the Linda's is a.

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"nagara" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Stories you'll be talking about seventy seven WABC attorney general William bar schedule. The whole the Thursday morning news conference to discuss the Muller report. More from correspondent Laura Jarrett. We do know at some point congress reporters the public will have access to the full report online. We know that is going to be redacted from everything from grand jury information to ongoing investigations, and we can expect to see those color coded reductions, but remember what bars that had his hearing last week that we will see more than just the gist. So we should manage our expectations on. Those reductions meantime, just a short while ago. The head of the House Judiciary committee shows the mother report will not be given to lawmakers until hours after the attorney general holes of press conference about it democratic committee chairman during Nagara says the Justice department has told him the report will be released around eleven AM or noon tomorrow McColl that wrong because turning general Bill bars briefing the media about it at nine. Thirty for the more. Now, the says he's troubled by reports the Justice department has been speaking of the White House about the reports findings President Trump appearing on the Larry O'Connor show on W A L in Washington, preparing himself for the release of the mother report also talking about the unfair scrutiny. He said thrust upon him position never happened to a president or to this country, again, what took place and the oh see a lot of very strong things come out tomorrow. Attorney general bar's going to be giving a press conference. Maybe I'll do one. After that. We'll see the MTA is previewing. It's new tap and go fair system. Customers will no longer have to wait online or go to a station vending machines will.

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"nagara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One of the big major purposes this to go back and look at the history, and to the extent that these portrait's these lovely very well painted portraits. Women and people of color. To the extent that we can learn the identity of the models to include that in the name of the painting, and I'm really keen to get to make it as as as this conversation as chatty as possible. So it's accessible to audiences everywhere. Because these people these black people were basically written out of history, they they weren't given a name. They were not given the name and the the fact of the of of a black crescent the black population in one thousand nine century Peres has not gotten a lot of attention, historically. So one of the things that we want to do is establish that the culture the history and culture of nineteenth century, trans definitely included a small, but highly visible black population. Yes. And the portrait of the black woman she's been identified. She's been called now Madeline she had an identity. Tillerson a little bit about her. Yes. Well, it was shown at the Paris salon in eighteen hundred. And it was titled portrait of a black woman. Even though recent records have shown that certainly the artist and her family knew that her name was Madeline. She's mentioned a few times. And the painting itself a very a very detailed a very well. Painted portrayal of her face, her expression. It is the painting. It is a portrayal of an individual. So we decided that we wanted to rename it to acknowledge that this is a portrait of Maddalena, but why is it taking so long? Well, I think there are lots of reasons I think there's just kind of a habit in our history, especially related to portray also people of color to use a generic racia- L terms like net grass or Nagara. Even when the identity is known. So I think the project of recent historians has been to go back and restore that individuality as well as the very interesting life stories that many of these models the power, very briefly, the power of identity of black people in art on television on billboards across the world that actually empowers the race itself, doesn't it? It has a powerful effect. Well, it certainly establishes the presence, and it breaks down the idea that when you think of who's French or WHO's European that that is a monolithically white population. When in fact, there was as I said it was small, but it was. President and it was very much present in the avant garde circles from the been wa all the way through to man in the late nineteenth century, the impressionist and my teeth and the Harlem renaissance artists of the early twentieth century. Okay. Denise bureau want us to curator's off that exhibition. Thank you very much for telling us why it's being done in the way. It is today. Thank you. This is Newsday on the BBC World Service in sports news now looking Matthew Kenyon, VJ the Norwegian you.

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"nagara" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Hundred eighteen civilians, including one hundred eighty one children during this time. They also observed armed with rebels commit violations against Yemeni. People include. Laying landmines shelling civilians arbitrarily detaining scores of people the report warns despite ongoing coalition abuses. The US continues to sell Saudi Arabia and the weapons for use and Yemen in violation of domestic and international law. The UK to continues ourselves in violation of its obliga- shins under the arms trade treaty and the common position military exports. Well for more we are joined by radio to kill chairperson of Montana organization for human rights, one of the groups publish the report, it's titled day of judgment, the role of the US and Europe and civilian death destruction and trauma in Yemen. Welcome to democracy. Now. Can you start off by telling us the message you conveyed to congress yesterday? What is most important for us to understand about your country Yemen where you live in the capital Saana? I I wanted the congress to know that they can change the face of Yemenis they can play a very positive role to end the war, but instead of this supposing Saudis and his lightning not only by sending weapons but also by military and political support. So I wanted them just to to to try to shift this and to play the differential to end the war in Yemen, which is very possible just needs a win from the congress and the international community in general. What can you say talk about some of the questions that you were asked during the hearing. And also you live in Yemen. Were you able to convey to them the congress members who were president the hearing what conditions there are like? What do you mean is are surrounded by diff- every day? Not only the Saudi immunity airstrikes. It's one very important thing. But this is much more than this. And it is a very preventable war, so Yemen. They feel sad because they feel that they are dying because of nothing and this just can't stop anytime. Many millions of Yemen is now not receiving their salaries and in some areas are controlled by the armed groups, which was called in a very difficult situation. But also in the areas of this controlled by the government, and the collision people are just living in a very bad situation and facing of violations. So the war, it's just impelling phonetic groups in Yemen. Just with no view. There is no peace plan. No war plan by TIs the conflict in Yemen. Can you talk about how Yemenis come to understand who the US's? Can you talk about finding the weapons parts the bomb ordinance on what they say on them. So you know, they know that use out involved negatively in the war in Yemen. And the cases we have documented and we found estimates weapons. Yemeni's many Amies they have never been to America. But what's really sad that America reach them through the women's that destroys lives and killed their families. America's should should reach him in his with educators with technology was it of one not with weapons what was happening that they are receiving America. Like just weapons what I'd like to bring ruhan Nagara into the conversation. To talk about one of the incidents that the report documents in April two thousand eighteen a coalition airstrike tore through wedding party, killing at least twenty one people in the bunny case district in northern Yemen. The bride was also among those killed almost sixty children were injured at the scene of the bombing. One man lashed out at Saudi Arabia. Without us. Always target. Weddings, kill children people. We can only complain to God not to any human rights or any country in the world..

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"nagara" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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"nagara" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on Racing Post

"Do you see them? Do you see that is the best Sean winning game this season? Do you think they could surprise Scotland on Saturday? They almost did at home last season in the. Yeah, I think I mean, it was interesting earlier this week. I think it was great lay Lewis said Scotland are the one team that Italy always think they've got a chance against so I think they'll be very up for that game. As grand also said, I think the Italy France game at the end of the tournament could be to use a racing expression there go Cup. You know that could be the game that from the beginning. That's how getting you've go the distinct possibility. The by the time round five comes around France around with contention. There's a lack of motivation in the French squad. We've already mentioned how poorly they travel is in Rome and. It could be the game that they're targeting from the beginning of the tournament and go and right. We'll give everything we've got against Scotland we don't really expect to beat the big three, and we are going to wear going to look at that France game. And and that's the game. We're going to try and peak for because Italy have often petered out of these tournaments. And I think the thing with Italy. And the problem that they're going to find now because this tournament has become so competitive seems have worked out the if there isn't a grand slam is gonna come down two points difference, and they need to unload on to the to try and try and rack up and get the get their points difference as big as possible in that one game. So then you just need to focus on playing test match rugby, and the others, and that's going to be where where these matches sort of can be very tough on Italy. They tend to hold their own for the first sixty minutes. And then we'll it will be interesting to see if they're able to solve. Push teams deeper into matches keep games close. Then team. We're just have to close the game out if they get into a situation where teams can just rack up go for bonus points on them. It could be a very long six nations virtually Darren would you agree with the boys? Would you say France in the final game is Italy's best chance of getting some points on the board this season? Yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. I looking through all the games there. See price them up myself. So I'm it's hard to say that rooms wrong. But that's the one that aimed at France, rated the foreign men and Italy Italy will be organs blazing for that one that wants to bring some kind of man or its world of that was the woman anger identified as a potential settlement cards there. And as Graham leaves me, Nazis, a huge loss for them escorts advisor in lawsuits nation, and he just walked up bit of Blair's. They're lowering and mccully company Rosbach for them. He was missing for the six nations campaign. He's a huge player for them as us. So he he on step up the bite there. But I think to Sergio breeze as unto he's dead know that he's he's not an influential figures that you want was there is some good buyers in the back line like Nagara who who will be able to come up with big moments. But I just don't think though, they'll have no from they will get blown away. I'm afraid we're gonna go. Get your break enough to that. We can come back and talk about some of the games fully potty power on Snapchat. The username is the Patty power, and we promised there wouldn't be any boring. Snaps about gigs. The weather all the gym. We go to mouth-watering clash on Saturday. You told him in Dublin with all Ireland facing England's Darren.

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"nagara" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Your calls, and we'll take calls next hour as well. Tommy tells me the phone lines of ringing off the hook dot quick question in from Jimmy about his wife. He says, doc, my wife has COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It's the same thing that art bell had from years of smoking. What do you recommend for her? Okay. Well, Georgia lungs produce, a hormone called as part of the process. Landon group of it was first discovered about the same time. It is covered hormones from the prostate gland. So they put it in the prospect Landin group of the lungs reduces hormone which dilates the bronchitis. Airways letting more air in more air out, which is the problem is COPD obstructive pulmonary disease. I've had people call me at one o'clock in the morning. Your doctors told them they have weeks to live in twenty four hours. They were perfectly normal and what they do is. They have them get rid of all the bad stuff all the inflammatory stuff. And this goes for everybody for every health. No fried foods. No process means no deli slice of sandwich. Metex seems to be the first thing you attack is that right? Yeah. You have to get rid of the bad stuff that are causing inflammation. And that includes oils. No oil, no alcohol MCAT oils. No mandate salaries in cooking oils. All got gotta go. And then you gotta get rid of gluten wheat Brown. Iran, oats. You gotta get rid of things like fight Tate's electons, which mind on to nutrients say caused damage your intestines reduce absorb ability, and then you have to settlement properly. And of course, when you have COPD asthma. These types of things you want to or even cystic fibrosis free have lung disease. I want to take away call two healthy, brain, and heart pack, one hundred pounds of body weight because it has the if as if they pluses from plant sources and from fish oils, and they're in soft gel capsules and they've had Nagara Jin pants room. So they don't they don't become trans fats. I mean, they don't cause inflammation. And then I like to trillion for the lungs. I also like to throw in some extra of the anti oxidant said things that are going to reduce inflammation and things like our Z, radical z like, zebra dance. Radical ourselves shield RT Q r reservoir trawled Keefer Tamara Cuba 'course attend. And this reduces all the inflammation allows body to make those hormones, and of course, it doesn't hurt the trillion three eggs twice a day per one hundred pounds of body weight, soft yolk charge. We're talking to saw scrambling in butter absolutely, soft boiled, soft yolk, soft post this off yolk in a cluster all is again, one of the raw materials alongs need to make these hormones and again people. Who were told by their doctors. They only have weeks to live in twenty four hours or lungs are perfectly normal and the doctor just grants their heads because they don't realize it's an intrigue nutritional problem..

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"nagara" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"nagara" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And we'll take calls next hour as well. Tommy tells me the phone lines of ringing off the hook dot quick question in from Jimmy about his wife. He says, doc, my wife has COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It's the same thing that art bell had from years of smoking. What do you recommend for her? Okay. Well, Georgia lungs produce, a hormone called as part of the process. Landon group of it was first discovered about the same time. They is hormones from the prostate gland. So they put it in the prostate. Landin group belongs reduce his hormone which dilates the bronchitis. Airways letting more air in more air out, which is the problem of COPD, obstructive pulmonary disease. I've had people call me at one o'clock in the morning. Doctors told them they just have weeks to live in twenty four hours. They were perfectly normal and what I do is get rid of all the bands stuff on the inflammatory stuff. And this goes for everybody for every health. No fried foods. No process means no deli slice of sandwich. Metex that seems to be the first thing you attack is that right? Yeah. You have to get rid of the bad stuff that are causing inflammation. And that includes oils, no oils. No, I'll coconut oil MCAT oils. No mandate Celera's cooking oils, all gotta go. And then you gotta get rid of gluten wheat Brown. Around oats. You gotta get rid of things like fight tastes electons, which mind on to nutrients say caused damage your intestines reduce absorb ability, and then you have to settlement properly. And of course, when you have COPD asthma. These types of things you want to take are you in cystic fibrosis re have lung disease. I want to take what we call the healthy, brain, and heart pack, one hundred pounds of body weight because it has the as pluses from plant sources and from fish oils, and they're in soft gel capsules and they've had Nagara Jin pass room. So they don't oxidized they don't become trans fats Reynolds. I mean, they don't cause inflammation. And then I like to throw in for the lungs. I also like to throw in some extra of the anti oxidants. So things that are going to reduce inflammation, things like our Z radicals, z like zebra. Dash radical ourselves shield. RT Q are forever. Trowel, Keefer Kamera, Cuba quercetin, and this reduces inflammation allows you to make those hormones, and of course, it doesn't hurt to throw in three eggs twice a day per hundred pounds of body weight, soft yolk charge. We're talking to SaaS grambling and butter absolutely softball. The soft yolk soft post this off yolks, and the cholesterol is again, one of the raw materials alongs lungs need to make these hormones and again people. Who were told by their doctors. They only have weeks to live in twenty four.

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nerdy things we have in common

Covert Nerd Podcast

11:18 min | 4 years ago

nerdy things we have in common

"Hello time. and welcome to the covert podcast. Today we'll be talking about focusing on the things we have in common then wrestling podcast. I know you will love. Lastly, we'll take a look at a comic book that takes a dark twist on the biblical flood. So let's get started. From two thousand ten to twenty thirteen. I went to San Diego Comecon for those who no, I is the biggest con in America and maybe even in the world, I'm not exactly sure. However, it has an incredible amount of people that attend over one hundred and twenty five thousand people come to the con- and the all have the same passion for all things nerdy for one person. It might be the passion for superman for another. It might be an obsession with the twilight movies. Many of these people would sit for days in line to tend to panel for their favorite TV show or movie. The camaraderie was thick, and that's the case with most cons. We all have a commonality about what we nerd out about. Do I agree with all of them on social issues like abortion, no. Do I agree with them on political issues like Republican versus democrat? No, I agree with them on getting together and earning out about the lake. Marvel story arc, yeah, for some of them I do. So instead of name calling and insulting each other about the things we disagree on, why not focus on what we do agree on, find common ground and invest time in that, and you might be shocked at the other things you will find you do agree on. This allows both parties to listen to each other before the walls come up because now we're comfortable with each other on the things we have in common, and we like to nerd out about in today's era of polarization we seem to spend more time focusing on things we disagree on might just be one little thing instead of the things we have in common so much so that we won't even spend holidays like thanksgiving together because of those things we disagree about over at not your pastors podcast. They were talking about Christians being divisive about their political views so much so that members witness OSI it with with each other. Now you would think out of all the people Christians could unite regardless of political views. I'm sure I interact with many people who don't have the same worldview as I do not just at cons. I'm sure you do too. It doesn't matter because as long as we try to stay focused on the one or two things we have in common, whether it's fishing or baseball, or coin collecting football or podcasting, whatever it is focused on those things and spend time together doing those things that you have in common and the things you disagree on. Won't matter as much. Talk about the things you have in common. Tell stories about the things you have in common expound on what you have in common and nerd it up. Make your commonalities bigger than your differences. All the sudden you're differences. Don't seem so big compared to the size of the things that you have in common the impact you can have on other people. When you have a common focus can be huge. Use the nerdy things you like to unite instead of divide each other. For example. Maybe as a kid, you collected masters of the universe figures. Talk about that. Talk about the figures you had. Maybe the other person likes the same figures you had when you were a kid, maybe they had some of the same excess review did like castle gray scholar, snake mountain, or maybe they did different things to modify their figures that you might think are cool or maybe you did the modifications, whatever it is, talk about those things and tell about when I got this figure for Christmas, I was so excited or I got this figure at a clearance sale at stores and picked it up for only two dollars. Talk about those stories together. You'd be surprised at how well you can mash in connect with the person when you have that commonality so that when the differences come up, maybe it won't be so divisive because you'll be focusing on some of the things that you have in common with that person. Now, on a similar note, I read recently about people using dungeons and dragons to help kids with autism and social anxiety. People living with autism spectrum disorder, experienced challenges with communication. So social action, and sometimes they display restrictive and re repetitive behavior. Organizations like game to grow us tabletop role playing games to help teens, adolescence and emerging adults become more confident, creative and socially capable. The inherent benefits of tabletop role playing games are numerous and become even more beneficial. If intentionally facilitated by professional the games, encourage communication and team building in the fun safe environment. Now, Dr. Raphael Baca moslo I probably mispronounced the name. So I'm sorry in advance. The clinical director of take this uses DVD to help teens who are struggling to daft solid social skills. They learned those tough to teach aspects of socializing, like procreate communication, forming friendships, empathy, and other social nuances. As you can see unity in something like tabletop gaming, like dean D. Is being used to help those people in difficult places. In this situation, it helps others relax open up about what they're struggling with in the process. They inadvertently learn new skills on clued links to the game to grow organization and the take this group in the show notes. So please go to covert ner dot net to find out exactly what they're doing. You can see some of the pictures read about some of the gaming setups that they have and maybe participate in what they're doing in your local community. I found that and thought it was something that I needed to share because it's something taking something nerdy something we have in common and using it to help others. Now it's time to do some podcast recommending if you like wrestling in the eighties and nineties, like I did, you'll love the podcast something to wrestle with Bruce Prichard. It's hosted by Bruce pressured, also known as brother love in the WWF back in the late eighties, early nineties and superfan Conrad Thompson. As I mentioned, I was a big WWF fan from about eighty seven to ninety three. It's great podcasts because you can revisit those old storylines if that's the timeframe you liked. Now, I should preface Bruce Richard was involved from, I believe, eighty seven. So after wrestlemainia three and was off and on with WWF until I think two thousand three or two thousand four. So he covers a pretty big, broad span, broad span of time. Not just the time I'm talking about. So if you watched wrestling from the late eighties to early two, thousands, he has some firsthand accounts of what was going on. On behind the scenes and he's a fantastic storyteller. His impersonations of Vince McMahon are priceless. That's almost worth listening to the podcast alone to hear him to his impersonation of inst- McMahon, the popularity of this podcast skyrocketed so much. They have hundreds of thousands of downloads per episode. I highly recommend it for any race wrestling fan. They highlight wrestlers. They highlight some of the paper views the highlight some frames, so it's great. Just go check it out. They have a big archive that you can go back to. Sometimes they'll just fire up an old survivor series from say, nineteen Ninety-seven just watch it together and you can hear their commentary as they're watching the event. Lots of Riecke simply search in your podcast app for something to wrestle and you will find it and I'll put a link in the show. No, so you can find it easier as well. I wanted to mention a comic book that just read literally a few days ago called dark arc. It's by aftershocks comics. It is an excellent. Book and I'll just read the solicit here and you can hear exactly what it's about. The wickedness of mankind has moved the creator to destroy the world by way of the flood. Noah has been tasked with building an art to save his family in the animals of the world, but this is not. Noah story for darker powers have commanded the source or SRI to build his own arc and save the unnatural creatures of the world such as bam, Pires dragons, Nagara and the Mana core. But what will happen on a vessel crawling with monsters where insidious intrigue and horrific violence are the rule of law from the writer Colin Bunn who did X men blue deadpool envenom in artist, one DOE American monster world reader comes a sinister tale of biblical proportions that had to be told at aftershocks comics. Like I said, I've read issues one through five, five is what they're up to as of this recording. And I think the concept is fantastic. The storytelling is compelling, the artist. Great. Callin does a good job of keeping the story moving along at a good pace. However, he threw. Goes out a few bread crumbs of possible ways. He might take the story in later issues just enough to keep you reading and wondering what is going to happen happen next at issue five, the rain stops. Now I assume this would be a limited series run at first thinking about it. When I mean is you're probably not going to see this, go to issue three hundred, four hundred like some other titles do I could be wrong. They could go ahead and take the story after the land or excuse me after the water subsides and they can get back out on land and maybe show the interaction with the unnatural creatures with the humans on this new world that they came upon after the flood. I don't know, but I think it's definitely worth the time for you to pick this one up and check it out on clued. Lincoln the show notes to where you can read more about it and look at some of the art. It's shutout time if you'd like a shot on this podcast, that'd be more than glad to do shot out for you. Simply engage me on Twitter, Instagram. I'm on those two primarily, but I do have a Facebook page. You can also Eamon email me CNN at covert, nerd dot net, and that'd be glad shot out your name on the podcast for now I want to mention those who have engaged me on social media, Alex, and Jason at the not your pastors podcast. Also, Jamie Embry at the podcast called that one time I was abducted by aliens. Excellent podcast. Check him out. The green door podcast is a token podcast, had some interaction with those folks, and then Stephen S P at the better podcasting, podcasts, thanks guys. If you want to get a shot on the podcast, hit me up on social media or send me an email. Now I still am giving out a free Nate hamlet print to the first person who messages me on Twitter, Instagram simply message me the phrase Nate Hamill art, and I'll send it out to you. You do need to be eighteen to get this though, but only have one. So the first person that does that gets the art. So thank you for listening simply go to covert nerd dot net to find out how you can. Subscribe on apple or Android devices and found out how you can contact me there as well. All my social media links are there. I have a speak pipe link if you want to send me an audible message, that would be great too, or you can email me whatever you would like to do. So again, thanks for listening and we'll see you next time.

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