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"nassir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:36 min | Last month

"nassir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Way Last left him. Abdellatif Nassir walked in to get his paycheck from Osama bin Laden is headquarters in Sudan on Lee defined nobody I would imagine. Just be empty offices can kind of Windows flapping open. I mean nothing there. Everyone's gone. Everyone's clear on one day. He didn't even know that Osama and his inner circle had any plans to leave. They just Ghost to them. That same spring. I was 10 years old. My family lived in the suburbs of Toronto and at our local mosque, we would watch videos and news reports about Muslims being persecuted around the world. Summer before Bosnian Serbs had massacred 7000 Muslims around shrubbery, Nitsa Russians were attacking Chechen Muslims. Palestine was constantly in the news, and a few years later, it'd be coast of O. All these stories about all these Muslims being targeted, many being chased out of their homes. The videos I remember seeing most were about Afghanistan. But how the Taliban prevented girls my age from going to school. They drove moderate Muslims like us into hiding, sometimes even killed them. My dad actually started raising money for organizations to help people who were fleeing the Taliban. One of them was the Aga Khan University Medical College in Pakistan. He raised so much money for them that a few years later they invited him.

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New Law Changes  With Tom Black

Your Retirement Solution Podcast

05:05 min | 2 months ago

New Law Changes With Tom Black

"Hello and welcome to your retirement solution with tom. Black good morning tom. How're ya. I am doing great. It is a beautiful day with lots of opportunity absolutely happy new year by the way. This is our first recording. You and i in the in twenty twenty one. Yeah it's going to be Should be really interesting year. I we it has to be different. I don't know better but it has to be something has to change. I'm i'm really hoping for better and speaking of changes you're talking about that today a little bit. We're going to talk a little bit today about Proposed changes under the new administration and things that people ought to be thinking about nassir panicking about yet but just thinking about because of the lightning what we could see some changes dealing with the last couple of years all right and what kind of changes are we talking about specifically today. Well there's there's kind of a basset of multiple different ones. We've you may or may not have heard about the we're going to be seen some increases in taxes or some individuals and some of that depends on what happens with the so called trump tax break of twenty eighteen. One of the things have benefited everybody. That was included in there was a was the twelve percent tax bracket and that's been really beneficial to absolutely everybody who pays taxes and they're talking about on reversing those trump those tax bills. Which would mean that all of us. Potentially you know three percent more in taxes. Ghana still up on. These things are all in the air. But that's one of the first things we look at. We started talking about. How is this going to affect all of our clients in general or just individuals in general taxes. And that's the first thing that i was thinking about the other. Now that we know where georgia falls is that we could potentially be seeing other attached changes that can affect how you've been planning for your retirement or for the passing of your assets the next generation one of the ones that i am most interested in keeping an eye on for our clients is somewhat People either they've heard about it. They have no idea how this works. And it's called a step up in basis that you heard of this before i have but i don't quite understand all of it okay. So let's start with that with the basic idea. Let's say that Your parents bought calf dozen stocks in the sixties. And and they've held them ever since then. Well if your parents died in leave you those stocks you might be able you would be able to today. Turn around and sell those and pay no taxes on the gain you know. Maybe it's a million dollars with the gains okay. Yeah yeah yeah so i. If my parents were to sell them they'd have to pay yet. But if i if i inherit them then i don't that's correct. Well okay. that sounds good basis and you imagine people who are retired been retired for a while. who have some of these positions stock positions. If up well hail hold onto it. And if i die owning my kids will have to pay taxes on part of their narrates not a bad strategy. If you didn't need the money yeah problem now is all we're doing now is kicking the can down the road because if that does get refilled and that is really high on the list That can change. How you're going. You know how you plan on passing those assets so the kids. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah yeah and i was gonna say it seems to be almost a double edged sword there. Because if you're saying that they may change that and then if i in twenty years let's say i passed these stocks down to my kids and they have to pay taxes on them. We've we've already kind of seen the writing on the wall. That taxes are most likely going to be higher because we have to pay for all the debt that happened this last year with kobe. The relief and everything else in the trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars so that really changes the game not only does it bring those taxes back it. they'll probably higher. Don't you think absolutely. Oh boy i had this conversation with one of my clients In december and and in that situation they had About two million dollars in capital gains. And what was trying to get him. Understand was the taxes weren't going to get any cheaper and and we were better off to take the beating at which is approximately twenty four for them would have been about twenty four percent in taxes taxes any real by the stocks back but if pay taxes on it because it won't be cheaper in four years to pay the taxes mondo stocks if the gains continued to go. So it's it's a lot more complex than than just the the idea that you're right. It's going to get more experience so we know it is. It has to yeah not even last year. I mean we've been we've been spending money like drunken sailors for

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Retired Navy SEAL Jason Redman Shares His Journey on Rebuilding Trust & a Tarnished Reputation

Dose of Leadership

03:47 min | 6 months ago

Retired Navy SEAL Jason Redman Shares His Journey on Rebuilding Trust & a Tarnished Reputation

"Jason Redmond Man What an honor to have you on the show. Welcome the dose of leadership. My honor to be here. Thanks for having me I love having seals on the show I. Think you're my fifth or sixth one and it's always circle. If. I look back at that that small circle become friends with. Almost all of them. And just connections that happens from meeting with you guys. It's always so fun to bring you on here. So I'm excited to have you here. And I know mark. Devine. brought us together rate in the off Yup, and so they unbeatable mind he beetle mind he's he made. He's great man he's been on twice and he's got a he's got a great spiritual quality to him. You know what I mean. He's like almost like a masters something you know. He so great. Will it Beginning of your sealed process, you became an win obviously. Does everybody have to go into seal's enlisted I. Thought I knew this but does it have to start out enlisted or can you go straight officer into seals like if you go to the academy can you yeah I? Guess you can right? Yeah that makes sense. Yep, absolutely. It's a lot harder. It's much more difficult to come straight an officer I mean because we there's about An actually there's more now than they were in the past, but about sixty slots a year for officers, just to get a slot to go to buds and the Naval Academy gets the bulk they get about thirty. So that leaves only about thirty slots across the country for direct mission. OC. OCS ROTC programs to pick up a slot. So it's it's very difficult to get one. Because it seems like it seems like if I was going to do that at the seals was my calling I'd probably do it the way you did it. Even if I knew I wanted to be an officer. Did you know you wanted be Nassir like in the mid nineties or does that something that kind of presented itself as you were in? It presented itself while I was in. It was a really my you know I wanted to straight in and the interesting thing is it's like you talk about I, encourage young men out there if they. If they WANNA, be a seal. Even if they WANNA, be a seal officer later unless their heart is just set on being a seal officer right up Thron, I highly recommended them get your degree and then enlists and you'll learn so much more. Don't give you a whole lot more options and opportunities, and you can always we'd like to we like to. From Within for Austin core, we like the fleet off our enlisted. So I think it would make you a better officer in that in that type of unit and that small unit leadership I would want that experience coming in as an enlisted seal if it was me. That's how I would approach it. Yeah I think it would make a better officer me maybe I'm just being biased that way but I just think no yeah, ninety percent of the time. Absolutely. Yeah. So when you went in, what was the desire? WAS IT Will you went to the Navy intelligence I write? You weren't you didn't go straight. Did you know you wanted to be a seal when you're in intelligence or is that just something that you jumped into it? True thousands late nineteen, ninety there wasn't. There wasn't a seal rate. Now we actually have she'll enlisted designator. So when young men go into the shield team jazz as listed seal, they're going straight into a pipeline they go to a bootcamp company for seals Prep Course for seals, and then they go to seal training. When I went in and all the way up until that changed in the late nineties early, two thousands you had to get a regular navy job. I saw they sent you to the regular navy school in a school. You know some people will recognize it as a navy. We call it in any see in army and the marine. Corps. It's Mo- ass. But you get that code go to that school, and then you apply to go to she'll train and so I went to the intelligence school in Virginia before I went, she'll try.

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Time To Be Ready For What Comes

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:00 min | 10 months ago

Time To Be Ready For What Comes

"Pretty cool to say a lot. More paid will now starting to say that huddling must not be the best way sure there's one thing to have a portfolio that you hold onto is another thing to be able to build up portfolio? Grow your amount of Bitcoin of time. A lot of the stuff I do is still spot trading, which is just buying into different projects under the races I. I don't know. Know, what the project actually do! I look at the charts and build sites. That's what I do now I. Do use leverage. Do Use Mahjong. I do try futures. I try to will these different things, but also do tried spot so whether or not you're actually came to be leveraged. Try to in the market out of the market frequently you can certainly use strategies just to manage your portfolio for example the weekly timeframe there are some epic weekly pullbacks at the moment weekly trade. I Ford I dialing that sort of thing try to be being for. Wake so possibly even months there's been some great all moves popping off left front and center against Bitcoin Antenna. This is what I do. It's not just Dallas futures contracts with tx watch. It is about getting people into the market, so they can manage their portfolio a lot better. You can try these strategies on any timeframe that you actually like it doesn't make a difference so welcome to the new members, and for all of you out there. This requires a huge amount of Tom. InFocus low talk frames at hectic. It's not. It's about managing a portfolio well and coming in and out of the mock as you say opportunities rows over here and over here for example link a couple of weeks back or look fantastic I bought link a manage my portfolio. I bought link. Link went up excellent when I hit. My target are sold out of link moved back to Bitcoin, fear him, and you can build your portfolio in that why it's not always crazy, leverage toxic and leverage a margin. It's not crazy. It's really easy. As a matter of fact, I've got a video on Youtube. How to go long using managing your risk and also. Yesterday about how to go short as well so it's not complicated. It does take some time to learn a tykes some focus. Because what's going on in the market right this second. Tell you. The biggest winnow the biggest moves on on Banco as far as trade's guy. We had a beautiful little cradle. Becker was the twenty eighth of June whether it's bank. Who Against Ted, A. Bank or against Bitcoin both have moved quite Nassir. Think it looks like maybe about one to one or close to. What's Beta? Fantastic trends threat. The months of June again high at timeframe tried. They're looking to build your sat's ability. Which of course you can invest how you'd like, but across the top ten. Gee, WHIZ! There's not a lot going on still still. We've been open for the last one. How many hours now? Six or seven hours tonight and Bitcoin is flat. It's pretty much exactly where it closed yesterday. More or less, there is a small bearish candle, and it is in that cradles on. A great daily downtrend, if we broke the lows of nine thousand and fifty well then show, we might see more of a downside full bitcoin. The big level may is getting through nine thousand, and then down through the most recent low, which is eighty, eight, hundred, Fifty, eight, thousand, eight, hundred fifteen. Until we break that level. We really have a good downtrend. There's really not too much certainty in the market at the moment volumes. Damn people are not as interested as there's less people. Acting as far as getting involved in Bitcoin but like I said a lot of clients now. During the courses and learning how to try perfect on a dope. When it does pop off, you'll have you'll have this strategies. You'll know what to do so is up nine dollars. Nine, thousand, one, hundred, forty, five in theory up twelve cents, two hundred and twenty five dollars, and sixty full sent Siamese bitcoin nays, bright yesterday's law, and then it needs to break down to seventeen thirty two for really have a bit more space as a matter of fact, he's of that to fourteen seventy three x out of being short of the last few days. Let's say what. It still below my entry point, but it is really sluggish is very very sluggish, indeed Adine, struggling to find any real strong momentum. Yesterday we did have good momentum. It did four quite nicely. hit a low of seventeen point three cents when trading at seventeen point five its up point two three. percent, but the simplicity's gone today. It's the market doesn't know what it wants to do. At this moment, Bitcoin cash big crazy candle a few hours ago. I was at three hours ago. We had a high of that candle sitting at. To. Order Twenty three, twenty, six and low, two hundred and twenty dollars and seventy, so basically like A. Candle that was a very crazy looking whip. Their third locked ice holds a candle. There have been walled that difficult to try, and it's really wrecked the structure there are on bitcoin cash that being said it easy in a down trend. More or less it easing that cradles, and if it does break down three yesterday's low of two hundred twenty dollars fifty, we might see further selling coming in here, but again it's not really join us at. Percent to twenty four thirty five base is one, and I'm looking at very closely for potential short tried the level of looking at his one, fifty, five eight. It's got to do more work for a short trade there for Bitcoin Brad yet, but as trying is working into that level, and it's consoling very very well as a matter of fact, spanking solar, adding for how many days at that point we've got three full days of that is a strong downtrend. It did have that big full on Sundays at one, fifty seven and fourteen cents down half a percent.

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Coronavirus Self-care Strategy

Art Beauty

06:10 min | 11 months ago

Coronavirus Self-care Strategy

"Thank you so much Dr Seakor for being with us. You know it's nice to have a nurse practitioner on what what has been your take with all of this cove it. Have you been handling it? Oh, man, I've had to ramp up myself care. It's just kinda crazy out there. I've had to limit my news. Consumption I've had to really ramp up my exercise and just sleep getting more sleep setting alarm for that. It's really challenging. Sleep right now for me is so tough owes up this morning at five am odd because I just I can't sleep and. Yeah and It's funny just today. I'm like a die hard. Andrew Cuomo Tone in love with him. I call him my president. I'm like I said to my husband Mike. You think he's just like. Can We? Just what is the rules to get him on the ballot? Right on the ballot right? Thanks so on real, but other than that I've had to turn off the news, too, because it just yeah. Even the evening talk, it's just overwhelming. I mean we can't lose our hope. Too much of this information you can really lose your hope. And where are you right now? CAPE COD Massachusetts okay. where? where? Where on the Cape right at the Canal so near Plymouth? Okay so on the Cape Cod. Canal is a little shack so to speak called Seafood Chantey. CATES, that's like it's a mazing takeout. It's my favorite. It is incredible. Johnny Academies who went to College, but my dad I would die. Hard grew up McCabe my hotel. In the town of Barnes Omayyad. Liam's is no longer Nassir. Beach no worry. Our close allies just went down there last weekend, and they had to just take the shack down. Because of erosion is just so sad. Oh, that's too bad. Obse string onion rings. Who is? Now I missing McCabe. I love I. It's hard to have a tough day here when you're at the Cape. I love that. We're talking about shoestring onions because we're GONNA. Get right into it. Dr, Seymour I brought you on, because so many of us we are now in the throes of summer. We weren't able to get to the gyms even for places that are opening up, it's not the same. What can we do to drop the quarantine? Fifteen or you know? I came up with this Jingle and it represents the word pandemic, and each letter in in pandemic can be one of your self care steps when I even made a little. A little law. List. WHO IS GONNA sing the Jingle for I. Wish I could in my dreams I sing. Okay Calera user all the pillars of self care and I can take through those yes I would love that. All right so basically what everyone needs to think about is. We are really not trained to ramp up ourselves. CARE will release stressed in fact. The culture basically reinforces that we lose the wheels off our wagon right and we go directly to Ben and Jerry's and chocolate chip cookies. Whatever it is, so you have to really develop a plan and that's like my first step in pandemic. Plan and you have to have a program and you have to figure out how am I gonNA deal with this quarantine. Right. We have to ramp up your self care. Figure out. What am I gonNa do for the week. What am I gonNa do tomorrow and maybe tomorrow I just planned to drink. More water I haven't a match today I. Don't usually match my water, but it can be very powerful. Yeah, our love, and how many of you out? There are starting your day with the large glass of water. Good job. Ryan Job Amber Y- I start my day with a large cup of coffee, not gonNA lie boming well I. I love coffee, too, but I usually start with a large last water in the coffee. Going to help you in a especially if you have any. Can to actually have you sleep disrupted fifteen hours after your last caffeine. So, that's something most people don't know. How I am, that might be well. I do drink two cups of coffee, generally like seven like right when I get up I be lying to the coffee machine and so now I'm drinking them by because I don't drink coffee in the afternoon river because I know that I know that it's like I will be up till know. Chris come home. So that's planning, basically planning is essential. If you fail to prepare, YOU'RE GONNA prepare to fail and a lot of people when they're home. They just feel like they're out of their routine right so that planning also essentially creating a routine for yourself, and for so many people at home right now very chaos, even though it's been a few months now it's still chaos, not going back to the way it was and prior to this whole situation or eating out fifty percent of the time. Now they're not. What are they eating at home? How do you approach that whole situation at home with all those triggers in the cabinets and trigger people? Maybe that you're living like my husband pulls out the Ben and Jerry's at night and sits right next. Meet chomping on it like. Eating my egg whites an hour before I go to sleep. In it. Right now he's trained. I'm very trained and the good thing about training. Good thing about healthy habits is they run themselves most of the time. However, it is more challenging when you have a lot more stress in your life. They don't run themselves as automatically as when stresses lower so I've had to really be attentive to making sure my habits are

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Tennis adapting to the new normal: French Open 'unilateral' September Switch; 'Flushing-Garros' slams back-to-back?; Laver Cup & ATP/WTA responses analysed; 'Excusez-moi?' Players find out on social media; Tips for fans to cope with no tennis

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

08:45 min | 1 year ago

Tennis adapting to the new normal: French Open 'unilateral' September Switch; 'Flushing-Garros' slams back-to-back?; Laver Cup & ATP/WTA responses analysed; 'Excusez-moi?' Players find out on social media; Tips for fans to cope with no tennis

"Everyone and welcome to the passing Shaw. The tennis poke caused by fans four fans with your host Jolan Kim. Today on the show. We're going to be bringing you up to speed on all the latest developments of the corona virus hit tennis season including the French controversial date change the ATP and WBZ's movement to a collective approach decision making and how players are keeping on their training routines in home. Kim I find this all very surreal. It could have been Indian Wells. Men's Fund will stay. We could have been previewing the AP we could have been. Who knows. Maybe looking forward to Andy Murray in back onto a tennis court but unfortunately sadly all that is on hold seemingly indefinitely a you you in high spirits. Nassir to Joe. I mean I've just it just keeps getting from bad worse doesn't There is just as old ask for control. We company do anything we have to sort of hate for the best and I mean there are things we can do. We can follow advice and stay inside of course but yeah. I would give anything right now just to have. Tennis is a poker it like whoever it is I will. I will accept the crappiest final in Tennessee straight. Means we have lives for again right. I find it quite funny. Actually because even though we no life tennis to kind of talk over there still seems to be actually more tennis news to actually To actually catch up because you know we still had a lot of information. Come at us from the tennis world. some some more surprising than others. And obviously we'll get onto that. Let's just give our listeners on ourselves. Actually a pair of the of the lay of the landscape at the moment the Toys R. Off Indefinitely Think. Officially at the moment they've been suspended to the seventh of June which is basically ruled out. Oh Clay Court tennis. So we've had all the tournaments in Madrid Rome Strasbourg Rats Munich astro Geneva Leon who whites from the calendar ranking points have been frozen as well so yeah we've got no. I got life headed to come to full with T. But when this was kind of announced I think the big the big talker boy it just the state the announcement was the that the ATP at W. Ta said now is the time to act unilaterally. Kim But in unison. Yeah so I mean they overeat out what they said. And I'll see if our listeners can notice what's missing so auden all decisions related to the impact of the creative. Irs Require Consultation and review with the stakeholders in the game view that is shared by ATP WPA the ANC tennis Australia and the USDA. So Joe. What's missing from US announcement. I think that I think maybe the French tennis federation a missing. I I have no idea why that is the case. They could have been because they went compete. Ray who can just reschedule tournament at the top of a heart without telling anyone our consulting anyone involved in which is going to be a might have something to do with it. I think I've eaten. What bold move. I mean understand that they obviously won't let on to happen at some point and is obviously wasn't going to really happen you know saying it's the it's the next. Grand Slam in the calendar but the decision they took was just so so rash and they've moved to the most awkward position arguably in the calendar. You know just all for the USA. But I think there's about six days in between the end of the US Open. Stop the French Open. This is all hypothetical oversee. None of this may happen and from what I've read from some circles. It's unlikely that we'll probably have any tennis the rest of the year. I don't know I mean. I'm hoping that's not the case. Obviously but all of the kind of ramifications. Ooh Who's GonNa play what what's going to happen like might be null and void because they might white everything a. Let's let's say hypothetically that it does. Let's say the French will go ahead in September? I think the dates they have said at the moment it will take place is September twentieth to the Fourth of October. First of all clay-court Teddy's at that time. That's not going to be fun is it? Yeah it's going to be very cold. I mean even wrote on Garza's on end of May beginning of genie's they can have some terrible weather and to be fed they do have the reef but also there wouldn't be any legal tournaments in in-involved say people would be coming in like fresh off the hard courts Without any practice unless they choose to focus just on the clay and took themselves off to some challenger events or futures the because I think those things they could probably arrange you know in advance kind of place at the time to kind of set them out for like practice. I think they're easier to kind of just put on a shorter natives. But it's just yeah. I mean what you do for example if you're if you're a rapper. He's defending the US. Open defending the French shape in this year. Does he just play both and hope he can defend both? Does he pick one over the other. It's just the strangest decision and we've never seen this happened before but it's is just I mean. Would that be the most remarkable achievement if someone one base of as black tobacco? We've talked about someone winning the French Open and Wimbledon boxy. There's still a gap of several weeks between those two but and that's obviously not being done an awful lot so this would be some fate if it was a chief. Yeah I mean certainly. I think it's still by the the PA. The calendar is obese. Like a back to back grand slams. We've got the sunshine double. It did well by. Abby is you've got the I coined it on twitter at the the flushing guerrillas days It's certainly that that would be a challenge for I mean for a lot of players especially for someone like Nidal. He is the defending champion in both of them. Both events would be taken enormous toll on the body. And you know we've seen you know the big three that approach to the season to take kind of a stripped back approach pick and choose events and it does it does bring up the question of you know if that does go ahead and you have back to back Grand Slams. Is it possible to debate for which you have to watch? You have to be really refocused and just say I'm going to do one or the other and you think that potentially from the Dow I would just focus on on the French Open as it would pay me to say given defended the US Open champion. Ba Yeah it feels like just focus on on one. I mean he would be the history again at the friendship going. Thirteen to add. It would be great if he could win at different times of the year when the conditions that may be different because that would just I guess ultimately proved that Hey I am totally trae anytime of the year. I will be there at the top so you'd have to think he would go for the French over the US. But I mean another thing. Is that depending on. When or if the season comes back like players will have had a long spell of time. You know in competition say they might be much fresher healthier and injury free so it might not matter too much in terms of the toll on their bodies as if this is happening at the end of animals is not that we would see this kind of contrast normally it might be the impact might be lessened somewhat because of that. But I mean who say. We haven't mentioned that it will say clashes with the Labor cop which is technically an exhibition right. It's not like a proper event but basically all the top names you know have signed up and committed to playing and all the tickets have been sold. Yeah sold out. It's being held in Boston. Which is I guess. A logical place to for them to get off the Apron said exhibition senior team world. Lovely what will I mean tires on surely going to pick that over the friendship? And but it's

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Take Your Shot with Robin Waite

Enterprise NOW! Podcast

08:54 min | 1 year ago

Take Your Shot with Robin Waite

"All right Robyn. Can I get it. Oh Yeah Oh yeah nice. Nice Nice first of all robin like we do every single time I wanna say thank you for taking the time out to talk with us because as I know. You're busy entrepreneur. Business owners so there's about a thousand things that you could be doing right now but you decided added to take some time out to talk with us so thank you for that. It's my pleasure. Thank you so much for having me on your show. The next thing I like to do is to ask you to tell us about about yourself now when I say that still free to go all the way back to the day you abort or you can start more. Current Day tells us about Kumaon. Yeah basically I live in the south west of the UK. I've always lived out in the countryside. We have a teachable. I'll take the call twelve and if I need to go listen to visit the the UK they should definitely come and check out the proper like yolly welby costs. Well how does everywhere. I like chocolate box type stuff but now fast forward kind of went through school always wanted to set up a business but didn't really business. I wanted to say so. I worked for a medical device company for about four years systems. Unless I'm a numbers Guy Elti propagate at the gate love my mouth and that point we managed to double the ten Brunei ended up pretty much running the company by the end of the four years so we grew to about a million and a half pounds a year in terms of ten AIBA and being systems analyst. I ended up. I suppose anyway. Firing about half the workforce so we actually work for Stanford about fifteen people down to about seven right because of the systems which I built so very good. I'm list but didn't realize the negative impact on coming on our work or people even at jobs which was fantastic side instead talking and four I started with marketing business. Run that twelve years we agree. That's about a quarter million pounds at ten A.. managed to get up to find employees within that business. That's really great. That will business point. My family was growing so I already had a daughter and then my second daughter is about to come on and I just had that you only have that sort of moment I call it kind of the shit moment where I realized really the agency with great but it wasn't really fulfilling me so I took three months off claims the agency see down and took three months off to spend time with my family and my daughter and you have been a paternity leave on during that time. So we're talking to two Thousand Sixteen fell into the coaching. Actually some people said. Oh you're really successful business. That's in Khost Day in that. Can you help us with that. We don't need to do any of the work. We want you to tell us how to do it so I feel as business business which is what I do now. The coaching practice already built that too similar. So this is actually my marketing business. Not GonNa go to amazing coaches and a couple of other people helping me now and I haven't looked back accurately there's been a real roller coaster ginny. Wow there's so much unpacked there that I don't even know where to start but I'm GonNa take a step back and learn a little bit more about you. What's your favorite thing to do? My favorite thing is the thing so which the U. K. isn't really well nine for itself and you'd probably be looking at Hawaiian someone. uh-huh actually about forty minutes away from where I live now. They've just opened up a wave garden. So that's my Kinda like guilty pleasure disappearing off down there plenty times in the new year. So yes I think. The biggest I've ever said his didn't sound very grandpar- pretty big at the time of fifteen foot waves to Morocco. I call the first. One wasn't quite lucky with the second one and ended up going under the water. It felt like forever but it was about forty seconds before I go back up again and they were very scary. Surreal experience parents. Probably one of the best experiences in My life actually now surfing a fifteen foot wave in Morocco may not seem like a big deal to you Robyn. But that's that's kind of a big deal. My friend tell you what we did is. I went out surfing with a couple of buddies and my friend called me into. And he's like he's like adult paddle paddle and then all I had I was coming off the top of the wave with. Oh Yeah I guess it was more of a big but it was like live the moment that you realized the power of the like. You're you're not point it's just GonNa do what is going to do with you have absolutely no control over it. That's a really good segue to my next question. I'm curious I heard in your intro. The businesses you start it and we're able to grow them in how you were started at a company as a systems analyst and ending running the company talk a little bit about surfing as it relates to that mentality of how you've been able to be successful in business. Joe Funding go on the other day about like if I could align myself with Perry he would not like well. It'd be mass boy again sandwich. Sounds like super nerdy. But I don't know why but I never got the radio bond stuff so you're never going to become like an engineer or something like that but one of the things I did get very early on with uh with the the basic economics on how to run a business in terms of kind of you know not just you know piano profit and loss type stuff ten by not properly sanity but cash is king and cash is one of the things which I kind of understood right from an early age not just to earn it but also have to keep it which is a a thing which a lot of progress really struggle with you here entrepreneur say things like oh I've got cash flow problems but it's not a cash flow problem. The tool the cash flowing into that business is also flown straight back out of the business so he's not cash. Play that issue. It's actually about being up to make more money but also being to keep some of that money so that you can then put towards growing a business and I got that in that first business because the the A business owner at the time. He's a great guy he really got the product innovation side of things. But how do you know understanding pats business so I kind of got into Kunar forced to kind of had to learn it as an eighteen year old school. And I've been out to take sort of fool with tweet to the businesses lifestyle runs in so I'm curious to know a little bit more about that period of your life in career so you end up starting at this company as a systems analyst and you said I think by year four year running the company and end up having a let half the people go because of the system that you put in place. How do you reconcile it? Well I mean the thing is going on since obviously and they got. They got jobs at the time. So that's fine but at the time it was like a you know when you're twenty one twenty two and realizing I like that you'll making people redundant it's actually really hard to stomach because you realize at that point that people hate you and I kind of when I started to run my own businesses businesses on. I realized that if just course this is just part of the journey going as a business owner having to make those really tough decisions kind of hiring and firing people and one of the the things which one of a mentor of mine said this really stuck with me for the United again from the very early on in my business career he said you need to highest level and five so people aren't performing properly. They're things that coming along through replacement then adopting you kind of need to get them out of business because typically the people of the most expensive business but the rules are the most important part of the business and I had this moment I realized I should work for that company and things weren't going well. Ten were wise. But I just wasn't enjoying it. I realized I shot a Graham changing. Take that piece of knowledge. And that's at my marketing business and see thousand four and I'd won so at that point I wanted to roam my marketing business. It'd be big enough. I the hiring people instead of having to find them. Got It so obviously over your career. You've had many things that you've had to overcome. Do you have a methodology analogy or a method to how you overcome challenges me. It's always been about having somebody to because if you try and deal with a lot of this stuff and business on the Rhine. I mean like you're dealing with things that you don't have experience in dealing with this. I have a mental or coach. Who got your back? You know no matter what when the irrespective irrespective of whether you're paying them or not like it's super important you have people around you who understand business because businesses we live in a day and age. Actually where the ten sometimes number businesses that were like the star of the Internet age so here in the UK. I think we had about half million businesses in the guy at the door of the night. Now there's six million serpent comes into business thinking it's super easy to get business. Stuff is a global marketplace clients your fingertips dot she ten number people. Doing whatever your listeners do are you right now. Which means it ten times to get found and so for me? It's always once you have those little moments of realization actually business. It's pretty tough. And you've got my support network around you so that when things do get haunt the wheels fall off and you can. You can go Nassir bit of advice. That's when the magic happens has a great offer. You probably read the book. Thinking Rich Rich Hill only talks about and there is about the mastermind effect and having groups of knowledgeable. People around you. Ron could work all this stuff out on your because you you're working out and you're conventionally but it's much easier if you can do a bit foster

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"nassir" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

15:36 min | 1 year ago

"nassir" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"I am back with my good friend Amina Amani who is one third of the dynamic duo at hunting but they are dynamic duo. I will say that right CEO. Oh yeah they are. But I'm part of the trio but she's part of the tree if she is made to do a trio and we are here. This episode is going because the last episode episode was so happy for your home. I know some of my female friends. Like Oh is this. Would this Isabelle. Yeah it is also I got something for you. You gotta be all ran all around the whole middle having a lot of okay so matt's going to give us the stories. He's GonNa Talk Radio for the first one to be quiet. So today the Oscar nominations came out and Jennifer Lopez and beyond say were among the minority minority actors snubbed from the Academy Awards. Yeah not for what I saw people talking about that. They didn't get hit. Nominations for what will be on site was in what I know. J.LO's and hustlers or okay. Nobody goes see hustle. Also beyonce's album. Maybe I dunno okay so let me just put it like this. Nobody saw hustler. Yeah because I do know I didn't and it and even if we did go see hustler. I doubt Hustler was Academy Award. Were you understand. This is not because I definitely think there should be more people of color. And did you see Queensland I did not see Queen Okay. 'cause they weren't nominated for anything. Neither correct I believe so and also so beyond two. It wasn't was snubbed for her original song. In the lion king remake. Now here's the thing freedom the freedom freedom or spirit spirit spirit now. I'm a let me just.

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Is Bitcoin About To Blast Off?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

Is Bitcoin About To Blast Off?

"A very interesting market at the end by interesting on main bloody boring there is very little actually guy in the weekend was Kinda it just complete dud lubick holding above nine thousand and continues to hold above nine thousand which is positive I mean that's a that's a good thing it really is a adlide to say get into a trend and sought to get a bit more simplicity to it but again you know a small consolidation that we are saying we have same basically for bit overweight now it's not a problem I don't see it as a bad thing we're holding above that nine thousand Shola wouldn't surprise me at all to say another leg-up I'm I'm only saying that just simply because of the the way we went lost on and how we have held caught strong above nine thousand their pay very little profit tacking on mu which remains of the move we saw hitting higher may I say this is not a prediction it may have the strength to leg through to another the higher hi I'm hoping because of tank we get above ten k. well the bull stop moving and we'll go a guy become a non thousand two hundred twenty nine dollars down one percent right right now a theory that wanted to release the break up through two hundred to get ourselves into that uptrend declare that round number again very taught consolidation to the last full dis our wanted to Eddie walnuts down point six percent not going on there and the rest of the top ten is very similar to that is well in the sense that there is not a great deal going yeah on a US against the dollar on looking here on the two forty which is the four and daily the daily no trend they really are the weekly has got that up trim with a low into higher high but again I want to say this push to new Hawes on that daddy above three dollars fifty six regions fifty seven Alka currently three hundred twenty nine also down one point three five percent still limits is taking a long haul more much knauss of the many of the other child's out there now if you look on the Bonnet child's actually been trend kicking on their on four out but again the daily it's ever so slow slightly a grinding to the upside not really that interesting but it is down it's down three point five percent at six point nine cents and we'll see how that goes over the coming days ex- up against the US is currently crabbing Dr Walking once again not having done in March for the loss basically two weeks to be fed sitting at a range of twenty to thirty three cents to twenty eight point five holding its gram I am not doing much currently stand one point three percent twenty nine one lot point one of the two in the top ten that he's its up point four percents another great deal very taught Lorraine's there on that deadly guy if I you know I it does Lucas potential for to pop I wanna see the pub before plight but definitely holding in that cradles those aren't rotten no trades yet available for me but certainly that resistance at sixty two. Id nine sixty three ish break-up through that region would be very very nice endemic actually confirm that we've got an upturn but we've got to get through sixty four that is the most recent hall that with as rejection candles around fifty dia holding in that consolidation it certainly doesn't look like it's out of the out of the question for it to do that fifty nine dollars fifty eight thousand seventy nine cents Bitcoin in cash holding its ground better than all the rest of them against the US day up at two hundred ninety dollars it's pretty much flat for the days takes toying with at three hundred GonNa pop three hundred get through that three hundred hand and then we'll be good to gay couple of levels of resistance right deal to hold back B. N. B. That is because it's hauling ground looking quite Nas in Dade as far as we look at this on the dilates it's Hell Caught Nassir was sitting just estimate of twenty dollars at twenty dollars and ten cents point two three of a percents Interesting to see what the house or the next coming few days of one point nine cents off the having had a very strong surge of the last couple of weeks we have to that cradles on at one point nonsense sits down point five percent car not too bad at all giving an on that looking at Kaduna next at four point one cents down one point four six percent a guy that just needs to help a bit more when you see brake before point five cents say that we would that upturn implies happy to try it then base still holding around one thirty I we're actually below I want thirty eight rod now we've pulled back into that crowd bitter resisted ahead of it not resistance sustain respected to significantly of light but tights down one point seven six percent today so across the board goes yes this opportunity at the my way to look at what to look forward to my scan among go there is some good training opportunities starting to set up right now but it is on those Alz Tacoma one fifty list traded without module that leverage that is just basically spot trading long island some good opportunities there there's always opportunities around and if there's is not well way be patient but you know what to do guys get along to the Sydney course when he in twenty four fantastic day don't forget the online content gauze added a bunch of stop to it so if you haven't logged in for a while go and check out the members area

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The World Is Facing a Climate Crisis and Global Leaders Aren't Doing Enough About It

Environment: NPR

03:28 min | 1 year ago

The World Is Facing a Climate Crisis and Global Leaders Aren't Doing Enough About It

"World is facing. A climate crisis and global leaders aren't doing enough about it. That's the message coming from. The millions of people expected to take part in climate climate strikes across the globe. Today the walkouts are being led by students and one student in particular sixteen year old Swedish activist gratitude Berg the climate and ecological article crisis is a global crisis the biggest crisis humanity S. ever face and if we don't manage to work together to cooperate and to to work together despite our differences that we will fail will be out. One of the biggest walkouts expected to happen open in New York City today. NPR's Jeff Brady is following this from New York according Jeff Good Morning Okay. Let's start with gratitude. Berg because this is a sixteen year old girl who managed she convince some massive school districts including New York City to let kids walk out for a day. How did she get this this movement off the ground in she. We started about a year ago with her school strike for the climate and she did this all by herself outside the Swedish parliament. She got some attention on social media and her climate China's trade is spread across the globe and I think it's because she has this clear and very direct way of talking about climate change which can be confusing and she doesn't have any problem standing in front of powerful people and telling them that they need to do more to the to to fix the changing climate. What what's the scale. We're expecting for these marches. Today's just major cities like New York or we expect rural areas as well. Yeah is looking like it's going to be a pretty big. Protests is there are protests expected in more than one hundred countries organizers think is going to be the largest climate strike yet and here in New York of course the school district is giving students excused absences absences the that's going to boost the numbers I've also talked with people in very small towns who were just a few dozen people are expected and their events like this happening running everywhere all over the globe so you said they gratitude. Berg is is so compelling in part because she is so clear. What are these? What are these kids demanding? They have a pretty specific list of demands and those were summed up. I would say pretty succinctly at a Capitol Hill press conference this week by Seventeen Year Old Baltimore activist US Nadia Nassir respective indigenous land sustainable agriculture protecting biodiversity environmental justice and adjust transition shen away from fossil fuels and towards renewable energy and sometimes activists here in the US shorthand this by calling for Congress to pass a green new deal. That's the proposal proposal that was crafted by Progressive Democratic lawmakers and it calls for an extraordinary overhaul of the of the economy and eliminating greenhouse gas emissions so far for those that legislation hasn't gone anywhere in Congress so as these young people have gone to Capitol Hill as we as we heard that young woman there. What's the response. We're getting our lawmakers listening. Do you think they got a lot of praise. From Democrats. climate change is a big issue for Democrats more than Republicans but it did spar with some Republican lawmakers who support President Trump's plan to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement seventeen year old Seattle Activists Jamie Margolin asked one congressman how he'll respond to his grandchildren and asked if he did get enough to address climate change. She called his position that the climate agreement will hurt. US competitiveness shameful and cowardly NPR's Jeff Brady. Thanks so much

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News in Brief 16 August 2019

UN News

04:09 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 16 August 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations. Two months since hundreds of thousands of people fled violence northeastern democratic republic of the congo or d._r._c. I'll see you and humanitarian warned on friday that armed militia continue to make their safe return impossible u._n. Refugee agency or u._n._h._c._r. spokesperson bubba doc said that numerous people said relatives had been killed in a cheery province crimes that are linked to the hammer and lendu communities. These people are not able to return as well many of them have reported people who have tried or relatives who have tried to return to their villages and to their homes they have been reportedly attacked and killed warning that fear and squalor prevail in displacement camps u._n._h._c._r. said that the town of drug had seen its population triple in just a few weeks with schools and churches transformed into large squalid dormitories todate u._n._h._c._r.'s one hundred fifty million dollar appeal appeal for international support is only thirty percent funded myanmar's were hanged of people who live in one of the world's largest refugee settlements face overwhelming despair. That's is undermining the hopes of an entire generation the u._n. Children's fund unicef has said in a report published almost two years since the arrival of around seven hundred forty five thousands of civilians in bangladesh after fleeing state-led persecution and violence in myanmar. The agency is calling for urgent investment in education and training. It says that without adequate learning opportunities youngsters can fall prey to drug dealers and traffickers who offered a smuggled desperate ethnic hanger out of bangladesh report report author simon ingram said that the informal education given to children initially help them recover from the trauma they went through when they left myanmar but now there's recognition that the a hangar youngsters need quality learning and skills to guarantee their long-term future so now that particular concern is we're trying to say in this report is giving way a more deeper need for formal education for something which is really going to prepare these children for the future and there is a great alarm at that time the more time that slips by that you will ultimately have an unskilled and uneducated generation of ranga who will not be able to help move forward in the future. One of the agency's objectives through education is to give teenagers the skills they need to avoid risks that include early marriage for girls in addition to bangladesh japan camp which is home to some six hundred thirty thousand people hundreds of thousand more have found shelter in the does nassir camps in the cox's.

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Preventing radicalisation

Correspondents Report

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Preventing radicalisation

"Now in the aftermath of the Christ Church terrorist attack. Our Europe, correspondent investor weight off exploring Britain's deregulation program. It's called prevent in the past year referrals of extreme right-wingers have soared nearly forty percent as white supremacist conspiracy theories. Explode online Lynton traveled to a prevent workshop in the British Midland, he was given a lift by the program's regional coordinator will bell day Linden asked him how the torrent of misinformation might be tackled. The sad reality is, we don't really know how to resolve this in the long term. But certainly this constant willful misrepresentation of facts and misinformation. That's out there on line is becoming one of the one of the judges of our time. We driving through the middle of the UK some of these areas. We're driving through have been odd spots for right wing thought it right wing extremists. Referrals to the programs. Can you explain the central contradiction for me, which is fun, so hard to fathom about how it can be that the grandchildren of mean who went and fought against non sees British soldiers can somehow can fight Nazi audiology with British nationalism? That is a really difficult one. And I think they see themselves in that lines. Although they've used to the likes of Hugh me clearly seemed to echo the views of, of the Nazis of the Third Reich. They don't see themselves as near nonsense. They see themselves as defenders of their identity with us, particularly cultural identity. They see themselves as defending that country against high levels of immigration defending so-called extinction of white people that they're both into the ideas of their nauseous, but on the Browns, but we see from time to time images of. Able giving the solution of the third, right? And we say swastikas, sometimes in Britain just about the, the foot on extreme right-wing supposed VAR is that comes down to the concept of piercing purity of race. And that's where they are aligned with the ideas of Adolf fiddler on the nonsense. They define themselves. It's a fool of identity politics, on the on the other side, white identity politics define themselves, by purity of them whiteness, which is one of them why one of the most effective interventions that we do with such individuals is DNA test, because when they realize it actually then not pure white, and that in a comes from or across the world, including Africa. It's a it's a real hammer blow to their ideology. Tell me more about denied test. I've told me an anecdote of the most striking case you've had with where you've done that. And what's happened to the post at one guy? Right down in TIs. But you I thought lobby because he. Aided another the result was free, but the result was somehow anathema to. But he actually broke down in tears, when he realized the, the no daddy's that under the skin MerVal sign, regardless of skin, color, because it absolutely turned did it twenty years of ideology belief on its head on this, like break down in tears out of completes recanting of all of his views on in the space of just a few moments how much pain he goes to other people in our fell that he was positive that roar Dirk una community as well. It was part of a near Nassir is aviation. His job was to recruit other people to become part of that near not so what is -ation, he would retain the go out on a on a Friday or Saturday nights yet, drunken, look full someone who was black Asian to attack and book, not for the money enough water for. No. The reason that they were black. He felt that people have covered with the enemy. And then they must be forced to every opportunity. Either the more he fought against cutter, the vessel to come into the UK and he was getting himself ready for race. Wall went white people would rise up and find people of color on a grand scale civil war like are we making progress? Do you feel more hug flawless, since he started his work dot moments. Look ahead and I feel quite mystic. But look at the young people that we're working with now in the schools, and I feel I'm making a difference. I think if I didn't believe he would making a difference book buck up and go. Because the prospect, it'd be too depressing, but I think it's gonna get worse. It gets. Be too long fascinating drive, therefore Linton Besser talking to will bell day from the UK's deregulation program prevent.

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"nassir" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Stargate March twenty nine. Before star like the sun becomes a star. Like the sun it goes through a busy infancy it forms from collapsing. Cloud of gas and dust most of the material clumps together in the centre getting hotter and hotter forming the baby star much of the remaining gas and dust forms a disk around the star and bigger clouds of material from the stars nursery Lert MIR by a couple of star cloud pairings are in the west and southwest as nightfall. Those clouds vary in brightness. As a result of the activity around the young stars. Detour I is near the top right point of the that forms the face of Taurus the bull. It's only a few hundred thousand years old. So it's still coming together. It's not actually shining as a true star next door to it is Heinz variable nebula it shines by reflecting light from t. The nebula changes brightness over a period of weeks or months. The result of changes in the star. And its encircling disc. The star are Manasseh Rodas is to the upper left of Orion. It's in the same stage of life as detoro triangular nebula points away from the star. It's known as Hubble's variable nebula after Edwin Hubble for whom Hubble space telescope is named the nebula varies when dense blobs of dust pass in front of Armagh Nassir.

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"nassir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"ABC news. John, Chuck's Iverson. Attorney general William bars deciding what gets released I from these special counsel's report on the Russian vegetation. ABC's Tara Palmeri said that he will consult with Justice department officials before deciding what parts of the report can be made public. Congressional Democrats are already gearing up for a fight saying that the entire report should be made public. And they're warning the Justice department about giving the White House a preview house. Democrats have sent the first of their requests to preserve documents and information related to the special counsel report to Trump administration agencies, including the Justice department FBI and White House counsel's office, although Kurdish led forces declare victory over the last remaining ISIS fighters in Syria. Professor belly Nassir dean of the school for events international. Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington warns other parts outside of Syria on your own. Or now, we are seeing a great deal of ISIS activities liquid concert for that. Older Boeing's working toward a software upgrade to fix any glitches, and it's seven thirty seven max aircraft. Investigators looking into what happened in the airlines crash March tent right after the lion aircrash five months ago, the same model and Boeing issued a safety update to wall de every Mariam head of Ethiopian Airlines from the accident today, we believe that that might not have been enough that it's not enough. Yeah. Speaking out for the first time since a prostitution sting in Florida. NFL patriots owner Robert Kraft apologizes on the eve of an NFL owners conference craft pleads not guilty. Now, a double disaster. The Norwegian west coast has rescue officials freighter is experienced an engine seizure in the same. Stormy region off Norway where thirteen hundred passengers and crew are being winched off by helicopter from a disabled Viking sky cruise ship. You're listening to ABC news. It's an unpublished deeply discounted..

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"nassir" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Here today. A better version of tales while hold on hold on before you go and say that to Cowboys nation Nassir you need to preface it by saying that he uses his hands to catch the football. Yeah. I know I I don't wanna get into the devilish talk. That is EPA, but Terrance Williams numbers in that area were actually quite good. Yeah. In the crazy. So look, here's the thing about territory was not a bad for. No. He wasn't. He wasn't. We just hated him. Because he didn't look good. And then he did stupid stuff off the field. And. Yeah. But that's all people hated hated Terence Newman. Art, yet parents knew only God turns Williams way before that. Yeah. I mean, again, he blocks. Well, he catches the football with his hands. Well, and the thing that I like to a used his body at the right time, and I don't want you to sick that as me saying the body catcher because he's not he uses his. Hands just as good as he uses his body. But he ran a few slants today against Lonnie Johnson guy that I think we're going to mention later and Johnson was in good coverage runs Aslan on one one across the middle Johnson's kind of coming over his back to defend the ball instead of using his hands. And exposing the football to be knocked away. He shields Johnson with his body catches the ball in his gut secures. It goes to the ground really really nice play from him to see the just the nuances in his is is know boss goes at the catch points. I did like that. Jacoby Myers is the last guy that we know officially had some kind of sit down meeting with Cowboys six oh, one six hundred ninety six purely probably going to be a slot guy. Even though he did do some things as an outside receiver this week had had some success can't talk. But you know, guy was some size guy with, you know, good releases off the line of scrimmage pretty consistent hands a lot to like about him. You know, he's he's a really nice guy was able to sit down him last night and ask him. Few questions and asked him about fitting in with the Cowboys offense. And he talked about Amari Cooper, how much he liked Amari Cooper, how much he would love to play even mentioned Michael Gallup by name, which shouldn't surprise a lot of people. But you know, Michael Gallup's, not really a household name. So the fact that he does sit down and watch, you know, NFL tape and see those guys work and see what he wants to get to, you know. I was I was impressed by that. So out of those guys who do you think had the best week on the field? I mean, I know penny harsh probably I don't know. Who would you say out of the other guy all the guys we mentioned who would you say the best week? Honestly, man, I think mystery man had the best week at all of them. I do too because they talked to him for like an hour and a half now out of out of the rest of those guys. I would probably go into Comey Myers. I didn't see it as much today. But he does a really good job of creating separation without being a premier athlete, which is something that he'll still be able to do because he has to do it, technically. He's very good at manipulating defenders going at them creating leverage opportunities. He really attacks outside shoulders on his releases on slants. He doesn't really good job of firing his feet, but not dancing at the line of scrimmage, everything that he does with the purpose. He had a route. I believe it was on Tuesday first day against a Mani a room war free. Over warrior from Penn State quarterback really highly touted and literally put him on his face. He was terrible. This week. Didn't think he was terrible this week. Kris Boyd does still exist. I didn't say it was the worst. There's a lot of bad DV plays..

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"nassir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Fun times here. Second half. You got Nassir Brooks coming out in the first thing. He's the first player outta the locker room on the floor. And the first thing he does is not run to the free throw line not run into three point line. It's right near the pain starts working on finishing his jump. Look around the basket, which becomes his go to move. Earlier in the broadcast. And I said that Tulsa has not won a road game this year attack -cially slightly inaccurate. They won at oral Roberts, which is also in Tulsa. So they want in their hometown against their crosstown rival, not quite as heated as Cincinnati versus a beer, but it is a long standing rivalry between Tulsa and oral Roberts and one usual thing about that rivalry is that decline Jeffries tells his best player started his career at oral Roberts. It's hard to imagine a Xavier or Cincinnati failure widing up playing for the other school, but it did happen. The quad Jeffries case between Roberts and Tulsa. Sometimes thanks become Sooners when it happens, man. You know, you go from a biblical school too. Just your your normal. Horrible universities. When I watch this team when I see what they did in the first game. They were lights out the of adjustments to bear cats made this bare cast team came into the game holding opponents forty percent thirty nine point nine percent, which is thirty third in the country. And you were speaking league play that thing was down a little bit. On the contrary and leak lay they've been giving up forty two point seven percent. From downtown. And it is just not the team that you've been used to seeing today they've been locked in. They've done what they're supposed to do. They really put the clamps defensively for the three point line. I can't wait to see what the. Intensity would look like for the second half damn to see if the spirit team will stay locked and loaded, and I like the fact that they have an identity Cumberland is their goal to guy but off the bench. They came very quickly came rule really set the tone. What is off the best play? Real obviously, be keeping an eye on declined. Jeffrey who picked up three thousand eleven minutes in the first half came in averaging thirteen and a half points. A game to lead Tulsa. And had five points in the first half before being called for his third foul. Let's see. I believe Tulsa is gonna come out in some type of dome phone preserve their players from level. We'll see if it happens. It's just a little weird in this coaches versus cancer game. Not just the peak whistles, but the guys out there with suits on with bright white shoes on really kinda so support for coaches versus cancer. I liked the idea. Just let's little weird. Tulsa will have the ball to begin the second half. Current Scott waiting to be handed basketball from our lead official. Doug servants, Scott has the ball. Throws it into sterling tap limit. And the second half is underway. Cincinnati up thirty nine twenty eight tapa dribbling near the top of the key pounces it under the basket, easy, layup for Martins. How did that happen? Yeah. That doesn't make coast crony said run by me Doolittle run by talk to you. As you go by Cincinnati's lead is nine tumbling outside the arc right between the circles. The jennifer. Now at the left point. It's Keith Williams didn't play much in the first half. After getting to fouls. Jennifer with a wide open three getting close. Mark. He's three for four in this game. The Bearcats lead at forty two to thirty tap on top of the key triples between the legs step back. Jumper nails a two-point shots dance with Brooks autumn. Hey will come to the party with meat even though to step forty two thirty two Cincinnati up by ten Trayvon Scott at the right point passes into the lane Brooks with a lefty hook. That's no good rebound padded around. It's knocked ahead to Jeffrey's he'll dribble into the front court passes to Kurita for three point shot in and out. No, good rebound by Keith Williams. Up the far sideline for Jennifer. Now. The Bearcats will tap the breaks and run their offense. Scott at the free throw line jump shot. Good. Trayvon Scott nearing a double. He has ten points nine boards with eighteen and a half minutes to go in the jump shot is working for him today. And he's actively engaged he is five or six from the floor. Tablet, driving Keith Williams. Scoops pass to the opposite block and it's late in by Martin Zeke bottom keep Williams's gave up a straight line drive. Didn't wanna file because he's got two fouls. Sweep put the pressure on Nassir Brooks to make up late forty four thirty four Cincinnati with a ten point lead eighteen minutes. Ten seconds to go Scott with a three point shot that he nails from straight away. How about Trayvon Scott? Three of twelve now the three point line on the season. And without looking I think the two three pointers he had made prior to tonight came in the I league games at a year. Yes, they do Tulsa answers with a three point shot to quad Jeffrey the left corner and the Bearcats lead at forty seven thirty seven. You're not gonna make any headway just exchanging baskets with the Bearcats Keith Williams to the low block Brooks packing his defender down. Now shoots a turnaround. Jumper the baseline and scores. So they took away the middle didn't latrine shakes like shoulder. Shake turnaround. Bankside forty nine thirty seven Cincinnati by twelve tap driving. Mid post throws it outside the ark. For current Scott. He penetrates to the free throw line now Jeffries with another corner. Three by two feet. Thanks to couplings defects. Jennifer throws a long pass. It goes off the fingertips of couple in and out of bounds. That should be a rare turnovers adjusted, Jennifer. It's Cumberland tried to catch it and pass it at the same time because he was going out of bounds. It went off his fingertips. So it was a bad pass by Justin is a turnover. For Jennifer is I in a couple of games at just his twelve th of the season. He turn over every forty one minutes. Cincinnati up by twelve forty nine thirty seven her and Scott tripling near the top of the key Jau, sterling tablet, crossover dribble touch pass outside the ark. For Carita gives it back to Stirling tap, Lenny launches a three and knocks it in. And that's great defense. Goes thrown is gonna get mad at trae Scott betray Scott with offending up until twenty five feet up on the permanent nine points for Stirling Kaplan, including a couple of three point baskets, forty nine forty Cincinnati. Here's couple in front of his own bench. Feeds into a cutting Trayvon Scott throws out of the double team to couple poss- court fee. Caught by leaping, Jennifer. Patty, swishes a corner three it looks at how come you can kiss the same. I through to you. And just like that they gave up a wide open layup in transition. Scott quickly out her and Scott with ten points. Justin, Jennifer, by the way, four for five from outside. The art Cincinnati fifty to forty to fifteen fifty five left Cumberland for three county. Sakes, his head like I gotta get going the crows Cronin Justice. Do not take me out of the game. Cincinnati four for four from outside the arc here in the second half. Now, we've got a kick ball. 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"nassir" Discussed on Radiolab

Radiolab

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on Radiolab

"Same, dude. The irrepressible Latiff Nassir lots of has been working with radio app for about nine years first as a contributor, and then we brought him on staff full time, and he has told you stories about the racial barriers and professional ice skating. Badminton may brought you the three part border trilogy. A story about nuclear chain of command working on something really cool for twenty nineteen which will be bringing you soon. And yeah, we have to law tips for you for you this week couple days, we're going to actually send you a conversation that lot if had about how he finds the weird peculiar stories that he seems to always find his a really interest. Set of techniques that he goes through. He wrote this article about it went sort of viral. So we're gonna bring you a conversation where he goes through some of that stuff. But today, I thought I'd play the very first story that lot of did for us. This goes back ways at the time. He was a grad student at Harvard, and he'd written us an Email saying, hey, are you guys into old robots like robots that are few hundred years old? And then he had a whole list of them like, for example, picking up with the story. I've heard rumors whispered by Soren mostly about a pooping duck approve oath of the pooping duck is really famous actually the duck wasn't really eating pooping. But they had like a store of like pre pre pooped duck. I don't know what it was looked like duck poop may be and you would feed this robot duck. And then watch it actually, I mean, all you see is you see sort of this in this out. And they will believe people thought this was this was a pooping duck. And we talked about. A bunch of these ancient robots and most of them are kind of funny. But then he told us about one in particular that was actually it was kind of haunting. Yeah, it's not at all. So the year is fifteen sixty two this four hundred and fifty years ago. Not so long after Columbus Ferdinand and Isabela deaden is a new king of Spain. Philip philip. Yeah. And he has a son the seventeen year old crown prints is names. Don Carlos in one day. He's in the Royal lodgings is walking down a flight of stairs. He trips he falls. He bashes his head against a door near the bottom of the stairs. This is the crown prince you say the crown prince of Spain. So this is a a national clam. It isn't actual climb because he's the air apparent so. So so it will it. I it doesn't look like it's such a bad injuries still conscious. But then his head starts to swell to this kind of crazy size. He becomes delirious and feverish is struck blind. And so at this point the king. Comes right. This is king Philip the second. So he is at this time. He is the most powerful man in the world. Right. So he basically controls the all of the Americas. He controls much of Europe. The Philippines is named after him. He was tight with the pope at this time. The pope in the king were kind of like, you know, be fat. So so the whole Spanish court is going nuts across the country. People are seeing this reading this as a kind of sign that that God's very angry. And so they're they're fasting. They're doing these kinds of prayer processions things like this, and according to lot if the king calls all the best doctors in Europe to come to Spain to help his son. And these doctors are trying everything are drilling a hole in his skull. To relieve the pressure is really the pressure. They are bleeding him and blistering him, and they are purging him to the extent that he has like twenty bowel movements within just like a certain few hours. They're like smearing all over the. The wound. They're smearing like turpentine. And Honey, and even after all of this this sort of look at each other. They they look at him. And it's kind of like this is he's going to die. It's so he's dying. Yeah. He's basically on his death. But..

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"nassir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To empty out Ohio State a winner in the season opener for both teams the buckeyes over the bearcat sixty four fifty six Ohio State led for nearly the entire game thirty four minutes and forty six seconds. The lead was sixteen at various points. Cincinnati came roaring back Terry Nelson. It got down to four and then the final minute CJ Jackson senior point guard for the buckeyes part of an outstanding NCAA tournament team a year ago took the game into his hands driving Bank shot high off the glass to kind of extinguish Cincinnati's last. Hope I was. Really impressed by the intensity of the comeback. Led by Logan Johnson really taking on the challenge at half court on the ball pressure. They fought back coupling got going. They started executing. They started tacking the basket. And then when they don't get the shot that they need it when they got the under the basket there pivoting, and they shoot a week shot. Nassir Brooks gets his shot blocked. He goes for gets blocked very quickly that just the water on everything that they had going on. And they couldn't recover from it. Let's recap the individual scoring tonight beginning with the victorious buckeyes wanted. Oh under head coach Chris Holman their leading score tonight sophomore, Caleb Wesson, Mr. basketball in Ohio a couple of years ago, you had fifteen points and seven rebounds CJ Jackson wound up with thirteen points. Luther Hamad had eleven Kyle young had nice game ten points and eight rebounds. He led issue in rebounding Andrei, western had six points and a couple of three point baskets. Keyshawn woods had four. Dewayne Washington had three and Mussa Jallow had two it added up to sixty four Ohio State for the Bearcats. Jaren Cumberland who did not score and only played four minutes in the first half due to file trouble wound up with twenty two points. He had twenty two in the second half. But he was the only double digit score for Cincinnati. Trayvon Scott had eight Brooks had seven Justin Jennifer had five Cain.

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Floyd Mayweather says he never agreed to official fight with kickboxer

High Noon

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Floyd Mayweather says he never agreed to official fight with kickboxer

"Eight point two million dollars. That's how much Floyd Mayweather was going to make it his New Year's Eve fight with twenty year old undefeated Japanese kickboxer tension, Nassir Coa, but Daiki backed out of a fight releasing a statement that said, quote, I was originally informed that this was to be an exhibition put on for a small group of wealthy spectators for a very large fee. Once I arrived to the press conference my team, and I were completely derailed by the new direction. This event was going. I was hesitant to create a huge disturbance by combatting. What was being said? And for that. I am truly sorry. And

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Saudi crown prince pledges Aramco IPO by early 2021

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Saudi crown prince pledges Aramco IPO by early 2021

"McDonald. Earlier this week Bloomberg spoke to Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman at a Royal compound in Riyadh in the wide-ranging interview. The prince spoke about his relationship with Donald Trump and his commitment to Iran co IPO, we get more from Bloomberg's Donna apple Nassir in Beirut in the Bloomberg interview prince Mohammad promise that the stole Aramco IPO will take place by twenty twenty one. He stuck to his ambitious view that that is worth two trillion dollars or more. The prince said he loved working with Trump just days after the American president said the kingdom only survives on US aid. And prince Muhammad told us that Saudi Arabia is doubling down on its SoftBank bed with

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"nassir" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on Never Seen It

"It was calling their friends and getting on the phone. Like when he hits the little button, go baby go. It's like as Nassir, whatever there is such that movie. Such a perfect time where the first two fast and furious movies existed. So everyone loved cars. Yes, like super dumb cars, like they love tricked out very inaccessible cars and everyone loved nNcholas cage and Angelina Jolie Adelina Joe Lee. And this was like a perfect melding of, I still think it's a good movie and it's so dumb in all the right way and then has fun action as it's such fun movie. Yeah, so fun. But just people like all of us just cheering it was so fun during mission. Impossible. Someone yelled you keep running Tom Cruise. That's hilarious. Not so good and someone yelled that while I was watching it home, it would've been weird. It was so funny somebody, actually, there was an article last week about how it's like his movies, get either a higher review or they gross more. The more he runs. Actually. That is there is a reason fallout is his most well reviewed movie of all time. There's a, there's. I don't know. I have seen. Aw, there is some point he is running so much that you, you know, they are like, this is in the script. It said he said he runs now like this. It is incredible. It's and everyone in this. We got us about any Tom Cruise Roeken foot and ankle doing that run. The is an amazing movie star. It's really is. The movie stop is the greatest. He is. Absolutely. He is such a great movie star that that's the first thing you mentioned about him. He's a true movie star really weird now, and tomorrow is great. I mean, the guy picks grip..

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Police officer, bystander shot, killed in Weymouth; suspect in custody

Kim Komando

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Police officer, bystander shot, killed in Weymouth; suspect in custody

"Russia's election meddling with putin during that call karen travers abc news traveling with the president in helsinki chicago police released bodycam video showing harith augustus reaching for a holstered gun as he ran away from officers before they shot and killed him killing touched off violent protests last night the video released following clashes with police and protesters this weekend at least four injured in several moral wrestling demonstrators scuffled with officers in jumped on patrol cars on the south siders chicago abc's zachary quiche there have been some protests tonight weymouth massachusetts police officer michael chesney was shot and killed responding to a report of a car driving erratically here arrived at an accident scene defined suspect emmanuel lobes vandalizing a house norfolk county massachusetts assistant district attorney greg connor lopes then attacked off so chasma is believed when a large stone striking him in the head nassir chesnut fell to the ground dan retrieve office suggestions firearm discharged several times in his head and chest chestnut six year veteran was killed lopes ran continuing to shoot one of those bullets killing an elderly woman in her home lopes eventually catch catcher he's hospitalized a wildfire that broke out friday in central california has blackened more than six square miles since then killing a firefighter and spurring the closure of a key route into yosemite national park you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and era babbel's awardwinning technology gets you speaking right away whether you're learning spanish french or german and best of all you'll remember what you've learned i always thought i was bad at languages but after using babble i can tell you i was just taught the wrong way using babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons you can be speaking confidently in the new language within weeks i was amazed that i could start having real life conversations right away so fast now i'm seeking status no wonder babble is the.

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 Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:44 min | 3 years ago

Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

"Unac storage facility in russia that's after the news bbc news with sue montgomery a retired spanish doctor accused of stealing a baby from her mother and nearly half a century ago is appearing in court in madrid eduardo they lies the first doctor to stand trial in connection with the theft of thousands of babies during the regime of general francisco franco guy hedge coup reports dr villa is accused of taking a newborn girl from her mother without permission in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine and giving her to a couple for adoption eightyfive five year old doctor villa who denies any wrongdoing could face up to thirteen years in prison campaigners believe this case is part of a much wider practice which began in the late nineteen thirties at the start of francisco franco's dictatorship they say that babies were frequently taken away from unmarried mothers as well as from people identified as opponents of the regime syrian pro government forces are reported to have made their first significant capture of territory in a major offensive against rebels in the south west of the country our editors sebastian nassir reports this latest syrian government offensive has been brewing for weeks in the past few days it's begun in earnest with artillery and air bombardment now reports by activists and in syrian state media savvy armies taken to villages in the northeast of data province the strategy is familiar to cut rebel areas to smaller and smaller sections that are then brought to submission by mixture of bombing negotiation dir is not only where the syrian uprising began but a key strategic gharib the you un says the fighting is driven at least forty five thousand civilians to flee with that number likely to grow the government of malta says it's trying to find a diplomatic solution to avoid a humanitarian crisis involving a micro rescue vessel run by german charity more than two hundred migrants are aboard but the ship has been blocked from italian ports motor says it's looking to share responsibility for dealing with the migrants u n investigators and the democratic republic of congo say both government forces and militia groups have committed violations amounting to war crimes and crimes against humanity in kasai province emission folks reports from geneva county i province descended into violence two years ago following the death of a local leader during fighting with security forces caz is conflict has the un report says been characterized by horrific atrocities children have been forcibly recruited into militia groups and then ordered to decapitate their enemies government forces have looted and burned villages and raped and killed women and girls the u n investigators say drc's government must bring those responsible to justice and must provide support for the victims world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake starting saturday female will no longer pay to shelter puerto rican evacuees on the mainland pima spokesperson will initiatives smith says the agency believes people who fled the island after hurricane maria should be able to return or find alternative shelter arrangements other housing options are becoming available now so when the extension was granted we sort of assess the need so that's why the deadline was set to june thirtieth out of about thirteen hundred evacuees nationwide one hundred twenty six or house in new york and thirty two are in new jersey most of them in hotels mayor de blasios continuing to put pressure on the federal government's released more information about hundreds of children in foster care who are separated from their parents at.

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"nassir" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Make sure that we exhaust the possibilities of coming together as a hush problem commerce to bring a bill to the floor that everyone can support here again let me say one more time a discharge petition will result in no law this effort to get our members to come to common ground is the best chance at law and our members they're not here just to pass the time they're here to make law to make a difference to fix problems that's why i think this this has much more promise house speaker paul ryan conference agrees on four president has put out conservatively eating for nassir about halfway said that they are not comfortable that are you confident that your conference is finding rachel so what i just said to sherman your your colleague here is how we put together the four pillars is what matters here so the four pillars you all know what the four pillars are how we come together to decide what what constitutes the four pillars is really what matters here we know don't you said yesterday trae county excuse stand behind all of your wrestling what are you doing to make sure that they are getting back absolutely i stand behind look me all of of this union.

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Family demands answers after police shift story in fatal shooting of 20-year-old man

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:14 min | 3 years ago

Family demands answers after police shift story in fatal shooting of 20-year-old man

"A request for an independent investigation into a deadly police shooting in savannah georgia twenty year old ricky boy was killed outside his house the official explanation has changed several times here's marks rosman and then boom ambon he's he's he's shy he's falling to the ground jamila smiley has seen the body camera video of police shooting her son twenty year old ricky boyd right outside the family's front door back in january they don't have to watch much get gunned down police wanted to question boyd about a recent homicide minutes later he was dead interim police chief mark revenue the day of the shooting the suspect he initiated gunfire towards officers napster's return gunfire hours later they said boyd had a gun but never mentioned he fired it state investigators later said it was only a bb gun did you ever see a gun that he held in that video nassir family lawyer william and says this photo shows a bb pistol lying in a neighbor's yard the body is here.

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A progressive, a hard-liner and an enigma

Democracy Now

02:31 min | 3 years ago

A progressive, a hard-liner and an enigma

"In the israelioccupied west bank press freedom groups are expressing alarm over the arrest of a journalist early wednesday by palestinian security forces relatives say the officers presented a search warrant and arrested has them nassir without mention of what church he's being held on nassir works for the najah broadcasting channel which frequently covers israel's demolition of palestinian homes the arrests of palestinians in the condition of palestinians held in his rarely prisons in its statement the committee to protect journalists said quote the thirties must explain immediately on what grounds they snatched the journalist away from his home in the middle of the night in cuba president raul castro is stepping down today and will hand power to his handpicked successor miguel diaz canal castro will remain head of cuba's ruling communist party the fifty seven year old he has canal comes to power as the trump administration seeks to reverse a thaw in relations between the us and cuba begun under president barack obama in kansas a federal jury convicted three white male militia members wednesday of plotting to massacre somali immigrants at a mosque in an apartment building in garden city gavin rights patrick stein and curtis allen were found guilty of conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction after an fbi informant said they were plotting to use guns and car bombs to mass murder somalis the three belong to a militia called the crusaders at trial their lawyer admitted the trio referred to muslims as cockroaches but argued they hadn't meant to go through with their plot in minnesota and fbi whistle blower who leaked classified information about how the bureau aggressively targets potential informants pleaded guilty tuesday to charges of unauthorized disclosure terry j aubrey who was the only african american agent at the fbi field office in minneapolis cold is leaks inactive conscience aimed at calling out racism at the bureau he faces up to ten years in prison but as likely to receive less than five under a plea deal in georgia imigrants imprisoned at a for profit detention center have filed a class action lawsuit claiming they were forced to work for eight dollars a day or less and violation of us labor law the suit alleges prisoners at the stewart detention center in lumpkin georgia who refused to join socalled voluntary work programmes face retaliation by guards including threats of criminal prosecution one former prisoner says he worked eight hour shifts.

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"nassir" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"Relationship uh and and and and nassir the transaction so uh there is there is a lot of uh brain power that it's dedicated to who is and who is them and if we can identify them as a them their outside the circle with cross communication breakdown almost instantly if there if they're in the audience and they're just trying to figure out your critics gm uh nerves now they're all of is which is in one of those guys breaks so you can break down that in get inside the circle of uh uh then then that is uh that is economically asking for how and in directing the conversation those types of work let was another power worked from that book that i uh that i referenced earlier and uh let us you know i speak another let's go ahead and find out if we can get to the bottom of the rest of it uh yeah then plastics up and we're running out of time and and but you've given us not only seven words you've giving us a bonus word uh great ideas incorporate these words because yes but if the name of the person help thanks and bonus is us and you learn how to use these words right way and you'll have better relationships deliver a battle better level service engage people uh at a level that i think kits to their are a what is that the biological flow of a the causes a biological change i think it it changes in their brain so here's what we do at the end of every show uh tim one final thought the one thing so here it goes the question goes like this if there's one thing that you could think of that you want to make sure this audience absolutely remembers when we're finish with this show it could be something you want to emphasize or something new what would that one thing be.

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"nassir" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"United states it comes from a chic sheikh as our naas as our nassir that's his name as our nassir he's in florida and muslim lecturer sheikh other nassir and he put out a tweet to nike and it goes as follows nike really should change its slogan from just do it to reflect consider the possible consequences and then do it he continues just do it is such a satanic and demonic slogan to me it also sounds a little like real donald trump officially the dumbest thing that that has ever happened on on twitter what kind of person is is out there in an ed like you know it just do it no no no no no it's let's to irrational it's to a radic you gotta take time with these things and figure them all out and shift staffed and i thought this was like all right this is the dumb tweet this is ridiculous now now they take the dumbest thing i saw day it's doug jones putting out this flyer doug jones going to lose doug jones is going to lose based on all the information i have at this moment and he kicked him he kicked himself he hurt himself man politics has just gone completely off the rails let's check traffic on the fis that belgium all right we're in carver war on southbound thirty one hundred eleven stirred we have a junk yard they're cleaning it up right now record is on the scene but until that does get cleaned up traffic incomplete jail right now backed of main street in car your good would it take keystone parkway southbound to avoid this mess in what a mess it is like i said wrecker on the scene a carld loser say that they hope to have these lanes open before to log that's a good thing by the way the far right lane is lane that's open here at the moment the left two lanes are blocked if you wanted kenneth zipper mergers you get closer to this crash in a serious wider and the mass avocado troll district well we're still cleaning this up and because of that we have slow traffic restrictions college avenue closed michigan up to tens if you used to go in north on callan you're gonna wanna take delaware street instead also massachusetts avenue closed park back to davidson street where the district kinda ends at st clair is close remember this is a sixway intersection here st clair closed from estreet to the mayflower depot just a ton of emergency vehicles wetter trucks all that good stuff there at the intersection of mass college and st clair traffic brought to you by evening with.

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"nassir" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tired i'll be disgrace of a question she did committing presidential tell him he put in this country with guns and bombs like isis but he's doing it with malice he's doing it with disrespect he's doing it would policy and i believe and he'll get dish country is absolutely getting chicken it sought the republicans want to make the bad move by hitmen constantly stick up for this guy and constantly saying you know you heard what would you be flint the congressman a nassir who who signed the congressman understand the guide this week had bedrooms about snowflake flake to concern i should have not flushing quakes anyway the point is you you to mountain pbs which i love pbs now because we politicians going thethey're mature you're not like when she didn't flocks you'll to he said yep comes back not publicly dick republican congress and senate it does stuff they see about him he said it's yes they do keeps gene sudanese state don't publicly say that he's a disgrace that's fine but when it comes to the two thousand eighteen election i really believe that you had to be much more democrat independent voters christie usually don't do harmlessness in elections you know that they're going to come out in the jewel in if the republicans you benetton to to support him did be flipping burgers it's going to be interesting because i do think what we've seen is the sitting president as a republican in so kind of the defacto leader of the republican party but i don't know that he has an actual belief system in terms of governing philosophies and uh economic policy at the i don't think he has the actual platform to start from so that the ideology is kind of all over the map right and soul that leaves the republican party in a very interesting place because stable right and so who is going to step up and be the leader our as they're going to be some sort of reclamation and what is that mean for the fact that the president is the member a member of that party if the party no i don't know it's gonna be interesting to see i i think the.

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"nassir" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Egypt leadership in the arab world nassir would not dear to depose him okay he doesn't think of himself as someone who can be number one but he wants you to entrench his position as number two and sits the economic situation in egypt deteriorates and the muslim brotherhood ninety sixty five you know the sar thing about blowing up a public buildings and killing nassir another senior leaders in the egyptian regime nassiri really needs the army he needs it as a an internal repression force so he jumped on the bandwagon this is where and you know this spiral of rhetoric just went out of hand yeah i mean one way to see it is that nassir was maneuvered into a position in which he found himself in a corner and then you know he had no choice but to confront israel think of what happens on the 13th of may so rejection troops started rolling into sign ah and then thinking was yeah we're going to spook the israelis out of their did that they're going to attack syria and we're going to negotiate with the u n that's with nassir is thinking we're going to negotiate with you in some way out of it but then the messenger the delivers the letter to the un forces is in agip shen officer he changes the language of the latter to issue an ultimatum for the un to evacuate all of its forces and then things street a go haywire like at shane of just misinformation and rain change method is and i want to take us back a little bit because he talked so much about the internal dynamics in egypt but i think also your work is really strong on helping us understand you know despite what we said before it the role of the cold war in helping to shape these dynamics or maybe it wasn't quite as much of a fixed cold war in those two years prior to the sixday war but it was building up to that tell us something about how the soviets were playing what was the role of the soviets at this point because they were very central but maybe not in a typical way we signs think about it.

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"nassir" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"So even though it's got nicole kidman in it which goes against what you believe conferral cancels her out and the police time always amazed by your ability to let khan failed cancel anything else he look that's why saw the galled of like i'll i will see colon farrell uh be confederate nassir be a union soldier but still like lean and his irish accent and the never even focus held explain it and they didn't i might was fine all right so guys that's our preview of the fall movie slate we hope you enjoy hope you use it i hope you make wise time and money investments if your thoughts and opinions on our thoughts and opinions leszno no nakashima comp two sixteen uh jim you into some whites what's this align needs are and what is your relic this week some around the sweet first michael fastner married lec of a kanter as a red light in a bsat okay now everything about us sense listen i don't i love lec of a candor i love michael fast men are but i do not forget about them mary why which i'll like i don't like that oceans film and she so dark and he so pale and makes me very nervous i can't explain it it's just a gut feeling observer is there a little like jealousy is there a little like we'll head again of course there is national thought like oh well now he's off the market now there's that have for me and i got it but like i don't know he just seemed so happy with our it makes me nervous said it's going to impact his ability to act well by hey afc see you in the snow man killer or whatever the movie is quiz show me preview darrow unlike who's married to lara croft now i don't like.

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"nassir" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"I completely agree i think that israel today is in the heyday of its existence fear we are still captive of that state of mine of being in the shadow of the give it and i think we still are i think that's a combination of two parts one is there are still serious threats against us right you know his belie britons believed to have about one hundred thirty thousand rockets and missiles that can cover all of israel today unlike in two thousand six can accurately and precisely target buildings without israeli towers or my office here jerusalem right i hope they wouldn't want to but that's possible but the those are serious threats they're not existential threats rate his blow with all track its missiles can destroy the state of israel like we feared nassir would have done back in the 1960s so we have to deal with those threats and i want to minimize them but they are threats and we can deal with them the problem is easy not the problem what i meant is that you have a connection between real threats and also i'd like to call jewish paranoia right we still for some reason live in this sphere that you know tomorrow were about to be destroyed when we're not in my opinion is that we are the most powerful we've ever been and this moves into all different topic of what do you do now with this power that you f how do you translate that into opportunities withers diplomatic opportunities economic opportunities as a separate discussion but then we'll get to in fact we could get to that but that's i think it's a combination of real threats not existential but real threats with the jewish paranoid that we are they know i think jews have had for millennia so really what do you think that it does to these ready state of mind if war.

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"nassir" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"nassir" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"And that's why nineteen seven become so shocking for so many egyptians and arabs more broadly because nassir in a sense had raised expectations tremendously about what the arabs were capable love but then they got roundly defeated in what is appaling known also as the sixday war because ended very quickly my name is shatti hemi them as senior fellow here at the brookings institution my parents were born and raised in egypt in grew up under nassir is egypt so growing up they would tell me stories about even though they weren't very political how nassir was just such an all encompassing figure in their lives in even when nassir resigned how so many egyptians protested calling for him to come back and to return as their president and then when he died how his funeral was really a national moment four egyptians than that was after the nineteen sixty seven war so there had already been kind of an erosion of the spirit around him but still as a personality he still symbolized something that was very meaningful to a lot of egyptians including my parents and acquiring these territories the sinai peninsula the gaza strip the west bank east jerusalem the golan heights were also changed israeli society in a israelis thought of themselves the town sacks explains.

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