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Myanmar Could Descend Into a Civil War Comparable to Syria

UN News

01:06 min | Last week

Myanmar Could Descend Into a Civil War Comparable to Syria

"The ongoing repression of largely peaceful protests in san market descended into full blown conflict on a par with syria. You and rights chief. Michelle basch lead has warned in a fresh appeal to the country's military rulers to stop using live ammunition on demonstrators. The high commissioner also urged states with influence to take immediate action to halt the slaughter. She warned on tuesday that a small number of people had decided to on themselves after security forces reportedly used indiscriminate weapons against them including mortars from the office of the high commissioner for human rights. His spokesperson ravina. Shonda sanni in geneva over the weekend credible reports indicate that the tatmadaw forces opened fire with rocket propelled grenades fragmentation grenades and mortar. Fire in boggle in the south of the country security forces also reportedly prevented medical personnel from helping the wounded more than seven hundred a report of being killed in the crackdown by security forces. Since the military coup on the first of february the un human rights office said that clashes between the military and ethnic armed groups have also intensified in kachin. Sean and in states where the military have carried out air strikes that have killed and displaced civilians.

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Indian farmers plan nationwide 3-hour blockade of highways

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Indian farmers plan nationwide 3-hour blockade of highways

"Of Indian farmers have blocked major highways across the country as they continue their protests against new agricultural laws. The three hour blockade has disrupted traffic in many parts of India. Embarrass on Hetty Rajan reports holding placards, banners and national flag. Farmers have blocked major roads to protest against loss they save will benefit big private buyers. The Indian capital, Delhi has become a fortress with the deployment of more than 50,000 police officers in and around the city to prevent any violence. Tens of thousands of farmers have been camping outside Delhi for the last 2.5 months. But the protests have spread to other states in recent days, posing a challenge to the government of Prime Minister Nouri in Ramadi. The protests have attracted international attention in the past week with the U. S, urging the Indian government to resume talks with the farmers and

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Indian Farmers Demand Repeal Of Agriculture Industry Reform Laws

Morning Edition

03:05 min | 4 months ago

Indian Farmers Demand Repeal Of Agriculture Industry Reform Laws

"In India. Tens of thousands of farmers living on the outskirts of India's capital have been protesting against new laws that deregulate the agriculture industry. They fear for their livelihood and say they will stay there until these laws are repealed. MPR's social media product has this report. Protesting farmers have made Hy Vee is leading to New Delhi Day New home. They do laundry on the street and sleep in the back of trucks lined with straw and blankets. There's even an open air barbershop offering free haircuts by the more difficult won't get away with this deception. Protesters sing They're referring to Prime Minister Nouri in Ramadi and the three reforms he got past this fall to deregulate the farm sector. You can't take people for right in the name of reforms when they found the bag V. M. Singh is the head off a farmer's association. Most of his fellow protesters come from the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana and Millie grow wheat and rice. For years, the government has bought the bulk of the green and a guaranteed rate. It's like a safety net, says Agriculture economist Seema Butler. If market doesn't work, let's surprises fall government is there to buy. So there's a price assurance. But the new laws open up the market to private buyers who will not be bound by a price guarantee. The farmer's field. They lose their safety net. They can barely scrape a living as it is, says Marta. The farmers have this anger that their tractor caused machine recalls. Too many or fertilizer or prices are going up. But their income has not been increasing. Moody says the new laws will give farmers new opportunities Hominy gone on me. Sunoco Dajani. The farmers will have the freedom to sell directly to private companies, he says more the insists that if they have unsold surplus screen, the government will continue to procure it. There are doubts toe all must believe that procurement might not have a long life agricultural economist our drama, Kumar says the government's own advisers have urged it to limit how much grain advice Government warehouses are already overflowing with surplus green. Farmers that also skeptical about the reforms because of the way in which they were rushed through Parliament without much debate. All these come together to create a very bad impression, complete absence of trust between farmers and the government that lack of trust has led to a long stalemate. Five rounds of talks between farmers and the government have failed in the Supreme Court is also trying to mediate. But Farmer leader bm Singh says they'll keep protesting until the laws are scrapped. Farmers have a lot of patients, he says. Then we lose the club. The patient of the farmers said that he waits for the next crop to come. This is a natural patients given by the Almighty to us. Farmers spend their whole lives waiting for the next crop, he says. They'll wait for justice to for NPR news. I'm such me to partake in

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Indian Farmers Demand Repeal Of Agriculture Industry Reform Laws

Morning Edition

03:01 min | 4 months ago

Indian Farmers Demand Repeal Of Agriculture Industry Reform Laws

"Of thousands of farmers living on the outskirts of India's capital have been protesting against new laws that deregulate the agriculture industry. They fear for their livelihood and say they will stay there until these laws are repealed. MPR's suits me to product has this report. Distant farmers have made Hy Vee is leading to New Delhi Day New home. They do laundry on the street and sleep in the back of trucks lined with straw and blankets. There's even an open air barbershop offering free haircuts. My God, by loved the more difficult than any Danny Gelati. They won't let me get away with this deception. Protesters sing. They're referring to Prime Minister Nouri in Ramadi and the three reforms he got past this fall to deregulate the farm sector. You can't take people for a ride in the name of reforms when they found the bag V. M. Singh is the head off a farmer's association. Most of his fellow protesters come from the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana and Millie grow wheat and rice. For years, the government has bought the bulk of the green and a guaranteed rate. It's like a safety net, says Agriculture economist Seema Butler. If market doesn't work, let's surprises fall government is there to buy. So there's a prize assurance. But the new laws open up the market to private buyers who will not be bound by a price guarantee. The farmer's field. They lose their safety net. They can barely scrape a living as it is, says Marta. The farmers have this anger that the tractor caused machine recalls. Too many or fertilizer, or prices are going up. But their income has not been increasing. Moody says the new laws will give farmers new opportunities Hominy Gone on, man. It's a noble deed, The farmers will have the freedom to sell directly to private companies, he says more the insists that if they have unsold surplus green, the government will continue to procure it. There are doubts toe all must believe that procurement might not have a long life agricultural economist our drama, Kumar says the government's own advisers have urged it to limit how much grain advice Government warehouses are already overflowing with surplus green. Farmers. It also skeptical about the reforms because of the way in which they were rushed through Parliament without much debate. All these come together to create a very bad impression, complete absence of trust between farmers and the government that lack of trust has led to a long stalemate. Five rounds of talks between farmers and the government have failed in the Supreme Court is also trying to mediate. But Farmer leader bm Singh says they'll keep protesting until the laws are scrapped. Farmers have a lot of patients, he says. Then we lose the club. The patient of the farmers said that he waits for the next crop to come. This is a natural patients given by the Almighty to us. Farmers spend their whole lives waiting for the next crop, he says. They'll wait for justice to

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"nouri" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

10:10 min | 1 year ago

"nouri" Discussed on Short Story Long

"On your story posted on your social media. Let everyone know you're listening I really appreciate you guys. Constantly supporting constantly giving feedback. Let's get into it short story law. I can't make the things that I can smile. Come all right. Welcome to the pod man. Thanks for having me. Yeah that's how we start. I'll give you nice intro in the beginning. Okay don't worry also hasn't started. You know this is it okay. I'll give you like after you leave. I'll give you a nice thoughtful intro Yoga but then when you get here we just jump right right into it. Let's do it So we met briefly at are the young and reckless live event. chatted for a minute. But I've senior stuff just in the Internet land. You know what I mean a lot of those these prank videos that you've done have went like massively massive But I wanNA really understand and like how you even become that what your story was getting there like it. I'm fascinated by this whole new generation of creators and creatives and business people like you that have really created this whole lane for themselves. I think in the beginning it was like Whatever influencers youtube social media is not serious? And now it's like you have will smith trying to figure out how to be an influence or right and it really has changed. And I think the I'm guessing the conversations you've been having have probably changed massively in the beginning but that's what I really want to understand. I'm kind of from the old school TV world and I WANNA get some tips on what's going on youtube and all. Let's just more understand how you got here so for sure. Thanks for coming in Sharon man. I'm excited yeah let's do it. So where did this all begin. Where were you born and raised? What was childhood like were? You always creator. Did you have a camera at an early age. Paint that picture forming watching an interview with Jim Carey and he's talking about how from beginning. Houston he's asleep with tap dancing shoes when he was seven and he would wake up at at midnight and go go into his parents tap dance to make them laugh. I wasn't that person. I was naturally an introvert. Not Very popular not funny not even good looking to be entirely honest but As far as my story story goes I moved to America at the age of fifteen from Persia in two thousand seven. So do you remember that. Move that you remember coming here like what the absolutely lutely I have. I have a couple of funny memories the first one is leaving lax. When I got picked up on my uncle I remember just looking at these tall buildings? I've never seen buildings tall before before and I was like I was so overwhelmed. That's my first funny memory. Second funny memory is seeing people from all all races. I've not seen any other race. But Persians seeing the Asians black people for the first time. Yeah it was. It was very overwhelming. We'd never seen a black person or personnel. That's wild because for me. I came from Ohio which is kind of like a foreign foreign country but it and I had seen all different races but I do distinctly remember moving here and being like oh my gosh. It's equal everyone. Oh you know what I mean like. There's an equal amount of every pot. Yeah and it felt like I was in like some foreign land or something because I didn't realize how it's just mostly all white people walking walking around in suburban Ohio. Yeah so anyway I can relate so yeah move to your at the age of fifteen in. Oh seven didn't speak English. I was Iran new and the hardest artist thing was that I moved here a month before high school started she. So you know I moved here have not yet address. I can't talk to save my own ass. Yeah absolutely salute. Okay cool all the words and I remember it was. It was just so hard at the beginning to to to to get used. Everything moving forward for four years in high school when high school ended is when I had just gotten used to high school had just learned how to skate ten addressed properly at I made a couple of coup friends and here we are high schools ending so it was like holy crap. I'm watching my friends. Go to these. Fancy colleges with scholarships or have really good jobs with their managers and whatnot. And I'm sitting there recently and I by the way barely graduated. I'm into a continuation. School called Creek side which is basically attached to a police station. It's surrounded by by a Like fences and it's where all the local high schools in my county sent older bad kids. They'll be expelled kicked out to that school. I was not a school person. Listen I hated studying. I was a hard worker as far as putting work into things. I did wrestling. Learn how to skate. Threatening English took me a year and a half to do to learn English and two years. Here's to lose the accent just didn't like the idea of going to school Tested a couple questions. A lot chop you in what. Yeah so what was the like. Why did your parents move here? Good question so I actually applied to move to America when I was a year old My whole whole families since so the way Persia works right now for the past forty years. It's been a it's been Islam and government but for hundreds of years before that it's been a kingdom a kingdom up until forty years ago so when that happened my whole family the things went south. My Mom's side was In the military my mom my mom's father. My GRANDPA was general. When all that happened it was a mess? Everyone started moving here slowly with opportunities. They had some people left the country with without any money. Some people ran away some away. Two years on my uncle who had moved to your thirty years ago. He had applied for visas for my family and that the happened when I was a year old. And we've got a call when it was fifteen years old so we were in line waiting for fourteen years when call finally came in my family just dropped everything sold everything like for for cheap just so we can move here. Yeah but why do we do it. Just because it's the land of opportunity. I mean you know it's it's it's it's way different in other countries you see. You can't just pick up a camera. Make a funny video and be a Youtuber. Yeah Yeah you can't just you know like chase your dreams. There's a lot of a friction along the way so very very blessed to have moved here. That's one thing I've gotten very grateful for from doing these interviews. Is that perspective because you you know. People are complaining a lot right now about America about politics and about you know I'm GonNa move. I'm GonNa look like when you talk to people that have that background. It's like dammit that man. Everyone in the world is dying to come in and are picking up their families and leaving everything just for the opportunity to maybe live your and maybe get a shot at the American dream and they put it in perspective. Sure there's a lot to complain about and there's a Lotta Bullshit on TV but man that's a whole different thing. I WanNa ask you this. Do you remember members since you were fifteen. Do you remember the feeling like packing up and moving like were you anxious where you excited because so excited. Yeah because for me this tied into my experience like like I said I can relate to how you felt when you moved here me moving here from Ohio when I got here I was scared shitless. How old are you I was eighteen? That's probably why you you already almost adult aware of all that kid exactly. But you didn't even speak English you didn't there's all these different things. GPA though aside you a little bit about American gte you know. So what was that feeling. Were you nervous excited when one thousand Simon and it was it was it was people. Say you look. I'm excited for my a new chapter for me. He wasn't even a new chat. There was a new book like I mean I had. I was just so so excited for this kid who lives in a small town to be to tell us friends. I'm going to America Bro. It's like it's like saying like yeah. I just won the lottery. Yeah I just WANNA billion dollars in cash. It's the same thing So I was super stoked. Obviously when I landed. That's when it hit me I can't speak. I can't I can't make friends even if I could speak the way you approach people in Persia to make friends. Yeah is way different here in Persia. If you're walking the streets and you stare at people it's a normal thing you just use your saying. I'm aware of your presence. I respect you like almost saying hi. Yeah Yeah you know you. Don't just go up to people and and trying to find them right away. There's a little bit of a barrier here. You know Plus former small town as well so then what about when you got into high school. You can't speak English. You're staring people and it's not going. Well how did you have this. I just don't know how you did that like did you. have this feeling of overwhelm being overwhelmed. Or I okay. Look if I told you that there was times where I would cry myself to sleep. Yeah I would. I would not be like first of all for some reason. My Dad thought it was a good idea so my dad's not a risk taker. He's not entrepreneur. He hates risks and when we moved here he wanted to have a safety net. So disguise sells everything he owns. Leaves the money with his brother and moves us to America with twenty grand in his pocket So we moved here clueless. I said what we're doing when he got a job at a gas station my mom at starbucks and we could not afford to have furniture in house so we had Sleeping bags on in a low income housing apartment and so I went from like living house to living in an apartment on the floor with no food. We would eat like Rama noodles. I would steal a food from like writing and stuff myself off just because I want to eat properly or protein shakes and here I am in school not able to talk to people and make friends. There was a girl actually liked like five five months into school. It was just like I couldn't talk to her either. I would leave notes inched in Michigan. It was a mess span. Yeah so it was. It was super overwhelming. I know but it worked out because I feel like I feel like it turned me into a man like I feel like the way I went through. High School is equivalent of like what you go through in a marines push through you know big time Winter to start to change like did after high school. You said you started feel more comfortable like is that when you started to like okay I can handle this like. When did that happen? Yeah so so in high school for for me. It was either get bullied get. It's a nowhere. have no friends or figure out a way to learn.

Product Mindset With Jessica Hall

Developer Tea

12:33 min | 1 year ago

Product Mindset With Jessica Hall

"I think people are way too attached. Languages languages come and go every three to four years. people are re architect ing making changes. I A lot of people are are committing their organizations to a path without knowing how hard it's going to be changed as opposed to saying this is where we're solving wing for today with tomorrow at mind we think we know that things might shifted change over time because everybody has had to re architect and in in many cases multiple times that was the voice of Jessica. Hall the A CO author of the book the Product Mindset today is the second part of my interview with Jessica. You didn't listen to the first part encourage you to go back and listen to that before you dive into today's is episode. My name is Jonathan Cottrell and you're listening to develop not in my goal on the show is to help driven developers like you find clarity. Perspective can purpose pissing your careers. Let's get straight into part two of my interview with Jessica Hall. I'd love for you to kind of explain further about how how I might know more practically dive into a product mindset. What are some ways some things that I do today that maybe I'm not going to do in in two or three years and instead. I'm going to be doing something else. What are those things that you see a Mo- more developers participating in the future. Yes in the product lines. Mindset has three principles that kind of underlie all things it starts with a fundamentally before principles building for outcomes outcomes that we're not just here to build code. We're here to build businesses to help. Businesses serve customers and to grow the end to continue to innovate that it's not just about the Kobe right but what does that code create. What is that code enable. What value does it deliver and the first principle is minimize typed value. Which is the idea that you know when you are working working in your I d e when you're writing things in Jira. When you're planning meetings when you're doing sticky notes drawing diagrams that's activity the value exists in the hands of your customers value exists when they can work with the prototype or use a productive feature in production or staging That's value exists in their hands where they can do something. So how do you as fast as possible. Put something to their hands. How how do you reject the notion that it has to be complete as to be fully implemented have every bell and whistle it has to have feature parity plus everything else. What is the smallest all set of things that you can do that solve the problem for somebody? PUT IT in their hands. How do you kind of slice across and say I'm going to deliver the ability for you to to look at this for you to manipulate it in for you to get some sort of result on just this thin stripe things and that from there. I can see people gosh should be really. I you know I really want to be able to do this thing great. Let me build that thing. You know. It doesn't account for this thing awesome. I'll get on that next but that first principles really the idea idea that we have to deliver that small sliver that small piece of the feature not everything and I think it goes back to school where you have this ocean of completeness and I don't want an incomplete. That's like that's bad. I can't simplify these things down. I can't cut it down. Just take a piece but taking a piece allows you to reduce waste to increase learning to start generating interest. Perhaps general revenue much sooner so the question you to ask yourself. Else is our minimizing time value when you go to plan your releases. Are you thinking about in every release in every sprint whatever you know analogy use news. How fast are we delivering value to. Our customers are waiting too long before we giving them things. Do we have things that are clogging up the pipeline that if we could streamline them we did you get things out faster which means we can learn faster. How do why isn't it in junior developer. Maybe think about implementing something that might get it done a little bit quicker a little bit simpler as opposed to something that maybe Nouri ability to scale but honey. We Ain't scaling yet. We don't even have ten customers so or win. The team goes to do release planning to say okay. Let's break this down and make sure we have something that we can release that we can deliver value to our our customers in that. We can learn and we're open in. We value without learning the NEX principle is solved for neat so the idea is that AH product needs to solve a need. When is that need. Why does this thing is exists. What do we do for people you know. Kenya explain you're at a bar with someone you just met like why your product matters and you know. What is the need? A needs is our best to find a by state like I can't do any better than him so I'm GonNa have to use his you know. It's you know it's a problem you know. Oh The doing laundry is a pain in the butt and you probably don't enjoy doing laundry your number two. I know that that I know the extent that it takes time and effort if I don't do you know if I don't get it done. That aren't where until you you can. You can put a price on that pain. that you're trying to fix your trying to fix it. You're trying to improve it somehow. You're hacking something together your laundry scheduler. You're you're using. You're trying different services and things in nothing's quite working and you're in the last. You're willing to invest in a solution. That's a neat neat. That's something I I can. I know I haven't if someone has a problem. They don't identify. They don't feel they don't connect act with they haven't figured that out yet good luck trying to cells kind of have to admit that they know it's a problem. They know it hurts. They're trying stuff suffer not finding the right thing. They're willing to make an investment in the new thing that's where you WanNa play and so that's kind of where it helping understand the customer and having spent some time. No one's asking you to do detailed research. Maybe read some of the research that your team is put together. Maybe look at some of the data. Maybe listen to an interview. There's something really powerful about connecting with other humans. the last one is accelerate age the so that comes in a couple different ways you know back in the day. You still only be able to release once a month now. We have good better tooling. better processes better ways to be able to deploy more often being willing to invest in that. I'm reading. This book called accelerate about the science of devops. It is is not an easy by any stretch like I can only go do a couple of pages at a time because it's so dense but it's also antastic in making the case through were very rigorous data heavy process of why to make that investment but it's not just the technology piece of that end getting your organization to invest in technology not the decision making you know a lot of people complain that priorities change at my answers will yeah they should because has everything around the spill change companies change markets change regulations change so why shouldn't priorities change its priorities changing such assigned. FLAKA organization who doesn't know what they're doing at their if they are changing without reason they're changing. They have been measured. They're changing aging because you know somebody right has shiny object syndrome that bad and he usually people call me because because somebody's got shiny objects in Rome. That's not not uncommon big but if they're changing because there is something has changed in the world and we need to respond to it. That's thank goodness right. Yeah thank goodness that retained because if we don't somebody else will get their first and we may not be here so changing priorities isn't necessarily a bad thing. I need people to kind of think that when priorities changing question where that's coming from rather than say oh my gosh product. Doesn't you know what's going on. Our leadership. Team doesn't know what's going on. Don't blindly execute yourself to the bottom of the ocean. Yeah this is a this is a problem right because if you if you look at what what do you mean when you say change. There's multiple things going on. You're you are in your environment and you may be doing something in that environment but if the environment changes around you then there's it's essentially indistinguishable able whether you changed or the environment changed right in other words. You can keep on doing the same thing but that doesn't mean that doing doing the same thing is going to result in the same outcome. This is very It's obviously true right because you can say okay well. Masika a silly example. This is unrealistic. Let's say that I'm awake. Now I might as well just continue staying awake and I'm not GonNa Sleep when when when the when night falls because I'm awake and I don't WanNa change that's crazy right because we're talking about a different scale of of changing and to to maintain homeostasis for your body. You need to sleep right so in a way. If you don't want to change you you should sleep right so if let's say that the other scale that we're measuring on is growth company is growing. You know say they're. They're growing their revenue. year of year at one hundred percent. I don't know some unrealistic number and they they don't WanNa change well. What is it that they don't want to change. Do they want to continue growing their revenue or do they not want to change something else and allow their revenue to sink right. That's so so so I think we we want to maintain our behaviors but we forget that our behaviors are not the entire story that the environment is changing around us and so you're not the same person that you were before. You're not the same company that you were before and certainly the things that you did before or not. GonNa have the same effect as they a- as they had previously yeah ain't that painted a but it makes it hard right. How do you know what to do. I will gosh it's really hard to say now. I I'm reminded of Pixar Stringer hits day very deliberately brought brought in that Bradburn who got like fired by budget studios and said. We believe you will challenge us. You will shake it up. You will not allow us to go into complacency with toy story seventeen or something and so he he was the you know the person's shake it up any took. Everybody wanted to shake things up in the whole company. Put the one team and they may day incredible and so. It's hard to to do that in You know it's it's rough. If you want to continue to see those numbers go up. You WanNa continue doing something. That makes you feel safe insecure that you know you can do that noble when it all feels like it. Smooth food is coming. I mean I hate to be the doomsday device but something is on the horizon. We've never I don't think again. I'm going to get this wrong but I think the number is that fifty seven or seventy five percent of fortune one hundred will turn over the next two years that didn't happen twenty years ago but it happened today the end you've got choices to make somebody who's GonNa income for you or you. Comfort yourself tied to keep pushing it forward and and that's that's scary and that's hard and your company evolves. Maybe some of the same people they write for it anymore.

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"nouri" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Stephanie miller. Do you want? Yeah. Kotler. Michael nori. What are you gonna do with everybody loved them at the Michael Nouri? Happy hour, that was an amazing happy G and we're going to go hiking weekend. Oh my God. He brand now tax of the weekend. Oh my God. I one of the man catch shutting go to manhunt. I caught him what you can do with them. Go. That must be in bed. Trump, the man you're like the Republicans, we got the supreme court. Now look what we do with these abortion bills. Speaking of things that give me a little nerd Gazprom's. When Chris Wallace says stuff like this on Fox News, and what really comes across to me, most of all is that for two years. Donald Trump sat there and said, I don't have an attorney general. I don't have somebody out there looking for and protecting my interests. He clearly has that now with Bill bar. Not saying that bar isn't right. And everything he says, but he clearly is protecting this president and advocating his point of view on a lot of these issue. Okay. Well that was FOX him because he's clearly long. But thank you, for at least pointing out that he is. Donald Trump's attorney, not America's, which is the main reason he should be immediately. Oh, here's some to. We want some more disgusting Bill bar on Fox News. Fact, elsewhere, the report does say, again, was told by Trump to talk to Rosenstein to complain about conflicts of interest in Muller hat and have Muller removed for conflicts of interest, and there's a difference, because if you remove someone for, for conflict of interest, presumably, someone else is going to be put into continue investigation, and what Trump was being accused of the New York Times, just outright directing the firing of Muller, arguing removed versus firing. Okay. Regardless, he was told Trump was told multiple times that these conflicts of interests were both, there was no okay. All right. Well, as I said, if, if you were the president, I think he would be with as a as a witch hunt and a hoax,.

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Why Doctors Without Borders Is Suspending Work In The Ebola Epicenter In Congo

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Why Doctors Without Borders Is Suspending Work In The Ebola Epicenter In Congo

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Amelia Island, Florida a barrier island on the northeast coast that captivates visitors with thirteen miles of uncrowded beach championship golf, natural beauty and a historic district Amelia Island dot com slash NPR. Doctors Without Borders is suspending its work in epicenter of the abo-. La outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The move comes after two separate attacks on its treatment centers. They're the organization says it best. It'll be weeks before staffers return NPR's Nouri Eisenman reports the first attack was last Sunday night. Yeah. It's it's around ten o'clock. Imon Wilma Sar is the on the ground emergency coordinator for Doctors Without Borders. He says anywhere from twenty to a hundred men converged on their treatment center in a rural area called Kotla. And this that the tooth threw stones inside. And then they started to put part of the center. On fire older, logistical and what sanitation equipments after about fifteen minutes, they scattered but the center was already in ruins the next attack was Wednesday night at a treatment center, seven miles away in a city called Tambo. This was even more violent car was used to break the gate. There was men inside the divide in different teams. They start to destroy things is that the shooting the police arrive there was a thirty minute gun battle in which one officer was killed. And meanwhile, there are nearly sixty patients in the center suspected or confirmed to have Ebola many of them just picked up and ran Massara arrived on the scene soon after and he says, everyone was traumatized you're afraid for your life, you'd feel completely helpless. Most of the patients have been located and moved to a center operated by another charity called Lima. This region is the newest hotspot in Congo's seven month outbreak more than. Two hundred new cases in recent weeks. The overall total in Congo is nearly nine hundred cases Massara says despite that Doctors Without Borders has to put the safety of its staff. I really really violence. It is a very very severe incidence. When I send my teams, I need to show that they are gonna come back alive mistrust is high in this part of Congo. He notes that it's an isolated impoverished area with a history of armed conflict. That's made people wary of outsiders and they've never seen any Bola before. So it's not surprising that they're going to be suspicious when a bunch of foreigners show up and start insisting that as soon as your child or mother has a fever. You have to send them off to strangers in these plastic suits, the group won't resume operations until it can be sure that it has the full support of the community. We have not been communicating enough with population. Normally doctorswithoutborders specializes in caring for patients. But they're thinking in this case, maybe the to shift gears and focus on engaging the community. Eighty because maybe says massare that's where we can have the biggest impact Nerina Eisenman NPR news. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast.

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"nouri" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"Previously decided but that's just what happened anyway i told my sister being so excited like oh my goodness i can pay off sermon much debt which is exciting life aigner but i was so excited pavement oh my debt and my sister decided that she felt that i was a sex where a narrow and a prostitute and that my family needed to nouri and she's told me that she would really like to tell my family because she thinks what i'm doing is wrong i'm not shamed with what i do but i just don't think my family would be comfortable knowing about my sex life i mean i like this man and we have sex because we lack each other but the relationship did stop with him being read sugar daddy anyway i guess my question is what should i do how shy to my sister about being more open minded i've told her that what she's saying is hurting my feelings the way she talks down to me but she seems to think that her moral high hosts needs to you know tell my family and i just don't know what to do about it your sister sounds like an asshole first of all how how who does desi you do that when you have an email address connected to an account on this site that we're doing the sugar babies through like who are you to like hang out for a month and then be like not for me but everyone else that was my well i mean if she comes forward as she also gonna make and i tried it but i guess where i didn't like i didn't like it like i would one time it wasn't even not great didn't even get high like you were still you know what sugar beijing i would yes i'm vindictive i would tell my parents i that she was doing sugar baby shit and then when she came back and told them i'd be like classic.

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"nouri" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Because sassy initially just reverts to the renegade nouri but as the renegade nouri loses cohesion and starts to fall apart we see degenerate into this big slimy misshapen monstrosity you can't even see where different limbs and body parts are it reminds me a hell of a lot actually from another alan davis illustrated comic it reminds me of sydney crumbs from the captain britain solo series the homeless guy that got infected with the fury remember that oh it you're absolutely right it's it's sickening in the same way but it's so affective that trumped takes the last of the renegades off the field and the paragon near the surviving ones show up until will in that they're gonna head home to die quietly and wolverine has really mixed feelings about this as we learn in the closing narration a to argue to say that they can't just give up they've achieved so much so much knowledge so much power maybe accepted destiny takes more strength than i have the nearest said i could be like them but for my him bodes claws tempting idea the beauty of the astra and a mind that could soar among the stars but i ain't so sure i'm a fighting man and the way i see it this is worth fighting for anyway it could get really dull floating around the cosmos without a beer with the beer on the other hand that's a pretty good vacation oh man so in the summer i love river floats and part of why love river floats is the beer that i'm really not supposed to have it's just very relaxing and you know to be able to be on an inner tube but like a cosmic one in you know the cosmos on a summer day that lasted an eon with a beer would be very nice i would enjoy that park service is gonna come knock down your door.

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"nouri" Discussed on Art of the Diet

Art of the Diet

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on Art of the Diet

"Neurobiological system is not triggered by these foods like shirt it greens this something about that life that it's like putting a fully house on a dimmer switch in you just will back that dimmer switch to the point that you can navigate don't get me wrong you can navigate life but things hunt brighter they're here just a dullness to it and that's what we realized is that something that i can maintain and the fact of matter is is my answers simple because as you know then before couple years ago in earnest and that period of time went four or five months and gradually when i introduced some of these factors back in it was very soon that i wasn't carrying on with any higher fat and no sugar whatever kind of diet so anyway this week this was one of those weeks where i said oh my god we're having another storm it was half the store i had the choice of buying my regular stuff which by the way is nutritious it tastes good i cook it it's like you know of a meal you would like i just didn't want it i said oh lord i cannot have another chick pea casserole so in honor of the fourth nouri stor i not a gallon it's like the big thing wash 'cause i if i'm gonna have floor flipping snowstorms in three weeks i'm going to have a hot let's and sub marshmallows which to me is it treat and the trick from as not eating.

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"nouri" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Digging for service like in men in black thing where you going with the aim where you're going with this j i think he said it all right there it was a bell that had a picture of something let's just say a favour gig laggy daily would be done to him you know one of those fun little jokey things and i'll leave it at that i think already set up before them okay wound descent yeah so greek freak decides to kim meets the graham ed show it to everybody you know so she bought me this too long so guys know the break he could be a break on the court at number she is the it is no se so the post up anymore i go anymore and i see why he did end with the rick flair quo i've which i think is pretty good nouri time you hear that that means rick flares at sex again so greek freak decides to buttress up there and number one there's a couple of things with this i love how he goes first person with his nickname i'm a freak out the court and in the sheets i kinda liked that is looking for an additional sponsors at all that could die light like like a like a a matter here yeah you know what what sponsorship is getting there high other greek freak it i'm here for a posture feeding mattress you you know know with the court then he lays down rose pedals on the bed no deaths were posture pete acre for anything particularly of greek on the court at number seats in those there are a whole big i'd your customers bad yesterday yacht is taken advantage of the opportunity to perhaps you know get some merchandise himself cut a kid friendly the law from all shortcut olympic era your audience as he was because you heard his girlfriend how retired she say stop your berges up there's kids watching nope go to put this on the internet for everybody to see eating up.

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"nouri" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Like so many their movies and it is what i as a point i question i was like well okay most of the movies there's i like have the characters lease you you know you had that one silent character where this isn't doing that we're everybody's talking and was like well maybe discuss that and and that's what the pirate their pirates movie did but then i thought well you know what flushed away didn't have that sign of character unlike that movie to it's just this in uh yeah i i mean i if i'm judge harshly because it's just not good really animation's great and it has such a a set up where i thought this could really go somewhere i'm disappointed in how little it does with that set up in how it stays on the one topic and it and it doesn't do the thing where throws in something that doesn't belong but it's weird enough that it's cool he would just goes lay all right that just felt random yeah and like you good when i got the i got three maybe three genuine labs a few chuckles and a lotta just it wear me down and becoming tedious was just like i'm just looking forward to speed over and i just based of just because of how good a job they do the animation i would give it a rental nouri and girts i'm actually a big fan of ardent animation i really like a lot of their movies they always felt really inspired to me this one does not at all that just out of storytelling level it's really stock it's pretty much every just cookiecutter sports movie you've ever seen rowdy little group of ragtag misfits trying to beat these dumb jocks that are way more talented than they are if they really is is what you did and they even in the movies that start with kind of like an expected set up they throw twist in there that's just like you said martin it's so we are the basic away what the fuck but they see it through and they make it work this doesn't do that there's nothing really hear that surprise me at all and for all the chuckles it gave me for every joke that i thought hit there are at least three or four that didn't so for me it's a rental it's a bomber and a disappoint yeah yeah it is over.

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"nouri" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"You to where you are you know i i really say when purpose myth passion your unstoppable and i've always followed my heart you know i call them people come ahha moments i've had heartbeat moments when your heart you can't control a heartbeat you can control your mind you can tell yourself to think differently you can rationalize a decision but you can't control how you feel and so i really has solid my heart and it it it could be the wrong decisions but i didn't have a choice if i didn't listen to what my heart told me to do i i wouldn't of i wouldn't be where i am today i'm good bad in the ugly um as i i really think that it is about following your heart especially as an inch up in our yeah so let's go back in time a little bit this whole movement really started with the girls lounge is that correct well the first real leap that i took was an have you ever taken a survey on the internet yeah okay so i'm the mother that invention sorry nazari so i migrated research mosque line to online in a day in each were only wealthy all men with broadband were on the internet so that was my first big intrepid nouri on moves with leaving the safety and security of the corporate world of market research as we all knew it i'm just start my own company so search t take me through uh starting your first business and then the steps that you took to start your ii vets as mrs this yeah so the first business on really was in two thousand then when i have this idea to take research from on really the traditional world of data collection data reporting mall intercept.

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"nouri" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Least seventeen deaths now blamed on those mudslides around santa barbara county sheriff bill brown nouri stunning to see the extent of the devastation to see the breadth of the area that has been impacted so terribly by this very hardest hit the coastal town of modest cedo cbs news correspondent steve futterman is there the rain has gone but the dangers still exist because the mountains in front of me right now are still saturated with water and although the danger is less than yesterday officials say there is still the possibility of major mudslide man some thirty miles of the famous 101 freeway in santa barbara county closed until at least monday cbs news update i'm tom foty hi i found a toy dinosaur over on the playground by smith street uh it had this phone number on it and well uh i just wanted to make sure the dinosaur made it back to its little owner yeah hi i think i found your kid's stuffed animal near the swing set um just wanna call i'm sure she misses it i know my son gets super attached to the smallest things even a fire truck uh and i'd be happy to drop it off the toy was a little muddy so i cleaned it up and um it's good to go whenever you're around when i found the little sippy cup i just had to give you a call for a kid you know we do anything for kids yet one in six children in the us struggle with hunger help end childhood hunger in massachusetts and new hampshire and.

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"nouri" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"You um that a few seconds of destruction were probably more tolerable for me than most people um in that you kind of all yourself into a you know you kind of quickly lawyer self into it the stage to which is i'm i'm also a better multitask earth ill would new combine a lot of experience with excellence that multitasking um you can really the that that distraction and especially it stopped by maybe you know driving pretty fast down the road when nouri you huge taken a mental picture of the scene around you could come up with task right great can you multitask brilliantly he's pretty good at it yeah well the truth and the brain we know from brain research that we don't actually multitask the brain doesn't multitask it pass switches so you can be very rapid attaf witching but there is an inherent um coughed each time you you're switching from from one thing to the next um so it doesn't you can't actually in in there have been a number of studies that show and and i will tell you on this particular one i'm one of the most compelling exercises for me was a kind of a very low tech after five that were we're year you have to as you're driving down a road um look at the scene and watch something appear and disappear and figure out what has disappeared from the scene i will tell you that we now built us into our courses and i would say ninety eight percent of people miss the thing that is disappearing and the thing that is disappearing it's a gigantic building right next to the road because you're so you know your brain is foca your brain is able to focus on kind of four things in a rapid sequined but not for things all want when he introduced a fifth anyway so it is it is really dangerous to thin that you can multitask because the brain just doesn't doesn't work that way um a lot of people will say we'll fight that but then say okay and.

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"nouri" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Are nouri did driven in every egg but that's in so for nonaustralians we had our rugby grand final masai al rugby grand final i don't care about rugby but now i was great grand final here and they brought up a makhala more do his song same love and apparently a couple of very conservative radio like shock jocks nah when mac little came on it like they they broadcast the game but when a halftime started they muted the audio and plight something else and again conservative what one of the conservative radio's ray hadley did his all wrap apparent again so a conservative anti gay marriage rap i will not listen to that widow is not going to change my mind is at wjr while that's that's foia and dab that's right are up got the video up your about plight toward the ads i hope i would put it in not looked at the conservative while the other way could the most god bearing in mind potentially could be the leader our country doing a rap and dad my dad standing is that mac more liked gilles even when he was prek is that correct i know he did put here we go by said you epo the whole at a hostile pot button topic's this week the punishers being pulled a was pulled from new york comecon they're going to do a a colonel in animal and all that kind of thing and the room or was that as soon as the panel was over that that we're going to drop the entire series on netflix allround again right and obviously in a lot of what happened in vegas the wasn't considered the appropriate time to do so sure yeah which is you know look it by out of relates to.

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"nouri" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Yeah at a fair point for the liking of a college comparison because i'm sitting there watching last night in not to get football nouri but like the spacing of their offense is impeccable right like every it feels like every player knows exactly where he is supposed to be on every single play and there's a specific design behind it and you've got guys that have excellent speed i mean they kept talking about it in the broadcast last night john mcdonough in john gruden about how many yard after the catch the cheat half as they offense well it doesn't happen unless you get good athletes so when they run not you'll see through east passing plays with these get sweeps than somebody then the round and travis kelsea getting will shovel past is like it's because they've got really good athlete they can normal the football after the catch and so parker one quarter of the season there however has rarely been a great into doubt from any other team they have a controlled you know two of their four games and then you'll coming back in the second half against the patriots and also washington last night like that's impressive asean's got some result too all right and recent gears just a little bit are you more surprised that the chiefs of four no other the giants own four probably the giant you know in four m only because like other teams would be good looked up the limiting factor on their roster i suppose was like where's the off at the playmakers what i probably look past a cream conflict military most of the nfl world did i'll give you the third round pick out of toledo uh but the giants be known four like it's not like a ton change defensively this off season historic jiang has been banged up but some of the best pieces on that roster i've been there right in a snack harrison in the middle and jp and olivier burden it's an excellent defensive front uh they are prone to lapses to put a kindly on offense but it's been it's been brutal from the giant so far in you know bad luck perhaps and some of his close games down the stretch but you know offensively anemic in the first two weeks and then at best sorta scares over the last two weeks of the giants.

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"nouri" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on WDRC

"News radio oh good morning the aaron connolly for channel 3 eyewitness news thus stay has been granted for the norwalk motheroffour seeking refuge in a new haven church nouri chavarria filed two motions in federal immigration court and was granted a stay that means her case will be reopened in looked at and she can remain in the state while that happens chavalit who is a mother of four was told to return to guatemala last week at least one person was killed and several others injured when a ride malfunctioned on opening day of the all hiault state fair some of the victims were thrown from the fireball ride when it now function last night governor john six said he is terribly saddened by this accident and has ordered a full investigation he also ordered that all fear rides be shut down until additional safety inspections can be completed and president donald trump announced his administration is barring transgender people from serving in the military transgender service members have been able to serve openly in the military since last year in a series of tweets the president said the government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the us military he cited quote the tremendous medical cost index rupture in that transgenders in the military would entail since october transgender troops have been able to receive seve medical care but recently military chiefs announced a delay on allowing transgender people from enlisting right now there is no word on what will happen to those currently serving that's the news on the talk of connecticut i merrin connolly channel 3 eyewitness news in these new and challenging times holding onto your money for your cells at help your families so important on berry horowitz and i'd like to help i know about living trusts and proper state planning my firm has living trust seminars you can get your questions answered without the pressure of an office visit these seminars show.

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"nouri" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on WDRC

"Radio good morning to theorin connolly for channel 3 eyewitness news sk has been granted for the norwalk motheroffour seeking refuge in a new haven church nouri chavarria filed two motions in federal immigration court and was granted a stay that means her case will be reopened in looked at and she can remain in the state while that happens cavalry and who is a mother of four was told to return to guatemala last week at least one person was killed and several others injured when a ride malfunctioned on opening day of the aisle hiault state fair some of the victims were thrown from the fireball ride when it now function last night governor john casic said he is terribly saddened by this accident and has ordered a full investigation he also ordered that all fear rides be shut down until additional safety inspections can be completed and president donald trump announced his administration is barring transgender people from serving in the military transgender service members have been able to serve the openly in the military since last year in a series of tweets the president said the government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the us military he cited quote the tremendous medical cost indus rupp shen that transgenders in the military would entail since october transgender our troops have been able to receive medical care but recently military chiefs announced a delay on allowing transgender people from enlisting right now there is no word on what will happen to those currently serving that's the news on the talk of connecticut i merrin connolly channel 3 eyewitness news loose talk of connecticut.

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"nouri" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"Mm friends and then unlike fun opportunity yet totally sure current where drugs oakland harden harden us again fiji fiji i didn't go to fiji and get them by i heard it was this is from actually being done mean co why was josh unreasonably sweaty on his season of patron as you know i mean it's really hot there yes you know like i don't really slap at all and i look at is that he knew he was like i think it was like a health condition it sounds like it was not living rose ceremonies like he will literally be swifter certainly i remember like human at the ends like i was trained like i was really happy like he would like hug me and i was kind of grossed and he was like his shirt was soaking wet to israel as our nouri tolerant money i tried i tried it didn't smell no it was just like what like sometimes the symptoms like my spray dan they call his shirt with kind of turn lindt sheets lori because you have to give your back i'm going to yes we still have i have it but i reached out to give it back but then the whole paradise things so they had like bigger fish to fry and so the whole house in denver is getting said no it is like i think it's really worth that much kneeling is for sure i mean it's lou and israel i don't think it's i'm sorry but i think he like no one would ever paid at worth that because it's like they are like perfect diamond even than if you find the perfect time it's still doesn't like the math out up to me yeah i have an important question for you because this is another me ever since affairs of sort of what where is at the surrey moment the headboard may not have been turns garage door it's it was in our garage so it's still there okay so this is why it kinda bugs me when on the podcast almost famous he said i took all this furniture it like it was really bother me that's not true and unlike a lot of the furniture that was there before i move dan he still had we didn't get rid of everything so it's not like energy keep people.

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"nouri" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"And going out to his car to leave for the nouri why would you just getting car and listen to music for a while before you leave it seems strange to me at that our ray you know especially at that hour michael pulls his car up alongside of cans and they have a discussion according to michael boyd this conversation it's a work conversation it takes place sometime between twelve to twelve a m sorry and two twenty am michael boys says after the conversation he leaves in his car and he's he goes to drive home as he's pulling out in into the alley he says that he nearly hit someone he sees to people in the parking lot this is not kent can is not one of the people that he's describing as his younger people right well uh as does he not make that claim to be clear all he says that he sees michael sees to people and he cannot tell if the people are male or female us so basically right oh description of the people anomalies moms yes so these two people could be chuck and ryan because they would have to of have arrived sometime in this timeframe to the parking lot at the columbia daily tribune and you'll see why here in a minute so the attack would go something like this can't would be hit in the head or neck area about eleven or twelve times with some unknown object or the tire tool as chuck had said right then as the victim can't is down on all fours from the blows he just took someone you know and that someone according to chuck is ryan pulls the victims bell off now he would have had to have done this according to the police by pooling by pulling up from the left hand side you know from from like reaching a round from behind can't on the left side in grabbing the bell and pulling it up and off rain they came to this conclusion because two of the belt loops on the left side of kent's pants were ripped or torn off.

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"nouri" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"nouri" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Violating the emoluments clause whatever that is you've got the attorney general from washington dc saying that foreign governments are spending money at trump properties nouri to influence trump and therefore is a violation of the emoluments clause he join in a lawsuit with the attorney general from maryland domestic government entities never in the history of this country have we had a president with these kinds of extensive business entanglements or a president who refused to adequately distance themselves from there holdings president trump's businesses and his dealings violate the constitution's anticorruption provisions known as the emoluments clause is really really we talk to john eastman yesterday the dean of chapman university about whether or not trump violated the socalled the emoluments clause my guess is dr john eastman professor of law at chapman university college law uh john i spent probably less time on the emoluments clause when i was involved school than i did on the second amendment tell us what the emoluments clause he has with the argument that donald trump has violated well yet out at the argumentative violating it at a pretty big grad i cannot wait a minute but it article one spectrum nine claude eight of the constitution and it begin note i will of nobility shall be granted denied friday night date it is designed to make your were never going to become an unofficial aristocracy and no curtain holding any office uh he will shall without the consent of the congress except of any kradan emolument offered or title of any kind whatever from any paying printer porn fake any idea they're not have our president bob bound by being named it had a due to degrade a briton noera marquee to the to the kingdom of prayer there what have you and that is what the clauses designed to do it never been understood at preventing any fell off at holder remembered not just accredited ended applied every office holder a in the federal government from from for example accepting of a of of profit that perry market value on he then jeffrey toobin.

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