18 Burst results for "O'mara"

"omara" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

03:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"omara" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"For them. So the company it's not like I went in there and through their weed gummies on the floor. What's the point? It's starving in Africa. Perfectly good week of me the way goddamn over people all over the world. Yes. I just feel like of all the things you would think to yourself. I don't want him, but I know a lot of other people that do, including people that I work with every single day. Would have been like a nice thing for you to bring in and throw on the table. Throwing a community table weekend started. That would have been strong. You know, Uncle second comes here. You just, you know, handing out we've got his left and right. That would have been that would've set the tone striker for this show. Now it's gonna be an S show from now on. She has ready to witness. You don't need to weed gummy to come. Yes, striking? Sorry, trash. That was the most selfish thing you could've done. And you're like a very selfless guy. I feel like Yeah, you spent you go above and beyond. For listeners. You meet people. You do this. You do that? Sure. Occasionally you pretend you broke your arms, You have to shake stranger's hand. But for the most part you like a nice guy. But why would you not even think like I get it if you want to throw out some food, Okay, fine, that we waste a lot of food every year that happens, but weed gummies come on, man, never in a million years that I think you would go on the air with this also. I didn't think that you guys would want him that bad. And are you not aware that in California you can go on. There's apse where you just type in your name where you live, and what we do gone, What we do you want and they drive at your house. That's the point. That's not the point. You think I should have been looking at like It was a very quick decision. I read it. Klein knows how I work. I read it in some cockamamie story. I didn't do any double and triple checking. Picking a Thompson told me to quit eating with 10 seconds. They're a little hippie, with the top down to within 10 seconds. On done. I'm like I'm not gonna do this. We get a number. Like how more than five more than 10? Yes. Oh, please tune and unopened. Strike because I always buy four tins at a time, which is close to your daughter Logins. I'll still take him even if it was trashed in the tins in the trash. Talk him out of trash. Yeah, you're a monster Striker. Do you know how crappy the communal things on the table? The break room are now at the last thing that was set out there was literally a bowl of lemons. Do you know how happy people would be if you put out a great weed gummies on that table? Would change everything. Do you think the company Would be a kind. You've got a lot of experience with management and radio companies. Yes, shirt, So I'm positive. I'm gonna go to you with this, okay? You think the company will be OK instead of whoever put those stupid lemons out there? I put out all the weed gummies. Do you think they would say Oh, that's very nicely or do you think they would be upset? Frankly, it wouldn't matter because the second those at the table it would have been Omara Alley and I finished fighting each other grabs menus because it means that our mouths today would be the best show ever what it would've been a real choose your own adventure show today, but unfortunately you decided to do the responsible thing and throw them in the garbage. Sorry, God striker..

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"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

03:07 min | 9 months ago

"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"Need for that. Friendly or Not Let me! Get this right because it's my. Thing. Is that you had all the ability in the world to to do it, but I think people on meaning meaning you. I mean people may have been quick to label. You said seventeen, and so on and things that you know have learned targeted to do all the things that you've actually done being cut his. I totally agree with you. That's the thing. It's hard, but I agree with you I definitely wouldn't. Go back now to to play was sixteen, Seventeen, eighteen. I definitely would have gone next sack him off. He's after match. No you have to, you have to go through. These journalists HARPIC. No journey is insane speeds. And still got low growth to do to get to where. Of A lot of the top guys are but I. Don't think you. You can't label. You can't rush the journey to so much. even people I speak to when I'm when I go back to Scotland or I see some coaches or some parents so much. Rushing going on. And it's. A member Saint One one parent who say the think is kid was maybe fourteen, and he said. To panic like? He needs to start moving. Is Kid on? He needs to stop playing. Bigger tournaments needs to be playing more. My actually totent- said. We'll I. Think I was maybe like twenty two. It's on. Twenty twenty three at the time and I said we'll. Actually even in my I don't feel like I'm in mind. peaky I'm not in my prime So you know I don't think there's any need to patent an. Shock on his face when he was like. Would you mean you're you're twenty three and said well. I'm trying to age so the. Bench years when twenty eight and that's why I'm going for because that's the most. Important to you know. Achieve Your goals or play. Your best tennis is at that time, and you've got the experience you've had the mistakes and you kind of ready to go then on members seeing space, and you so shot that it was like Omega so long. kind of that's where. They're going to play so many matches so many training sessions A. now than you be thrown out by seventeen eighteen hundred percent. Another nuggets to finish off well. I've got new that you are on an upward trajectory when you get back to normal tennis, whatever that becomes. So Johnny. Thanks so much for giving up your time to do this for me. It's been a pleasure. Thanks very much. Is Good Fun loved them..

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"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

04:27 min | 9 months ago

"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"The you know if you do have that, then you're GonNa, perform besser and big moments if you don't have it then. You call trying to find a way of blessing and that's. Due in big moments when you shake in like a like. That again. To both old moments you've got from this now because again, not not such a big message for. For coach is unclear. pre the hard yards in, but also. That confidence you get from Lucan back in actually knowing I've done all I can do, and now I I'm ready to actually take this opportunity and you mentioned that you can't. You can't fake that new. You can like to other people, but you can never liked yourself if you knew what you've done it than. For me, that's obsolete goal. Dustin I wanted to change gears a little bit and. This.

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"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

05:17 min | 9 months ago

"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"Guaranteeing players are more players are wage I think would be a fantastic intakes floor, and if it meant that three months of the season was to a team. Tennis where people were almost kind of. Like Pam ship type thing your team tennis became a really big thing in. You were a fan of the team irony of this. COUVIN situation. Is that think about people are actually thinking outside the box in? Explore different auctions so hopefully it will come from it so. One thing that I wanted to speak to you by was your transition from the junior to the senior because he did mention earlier, know people developed at different stages and. At times so. What if you could describe what your transition from junior to senior tennis was liking? What would a big can of learnings? To throw. It was difficult. Obviously going from a pretty good junior, nothing special, but you know a decent junior playing playing the good events to. Me The biggest difference. was you go from playing people your own age? Like we say your own kind of physical standards near the same experience, and then all of a sudden the next tournament you can play. You've gone from playing seventeen year. Olds place. Treat much same game as you to a now. You've gone played. Someone who's thirty three and he's played. You know three thousand matches. And you've got trying deal with that and it was something I struggled with. Because you know, I wasn't really. I just wasn't ready for at all. I didn't really know what to expect. Everyone said it was difficult. By didn't really no one really tells you what to expect. So. Yes, there's definitely describe tried to do on the on the shoot for you know six to ten months you go from. Quite goods funding as well in the juniors to absolutely nothing in the seniors which. Is Difficult to. Plan a schedule With no with no funding is very difficult to do. So, yeah, it. Was You know and you? Just talk slowly on member. Couple of matches I played in the Milan in Milan grey. Day wrapping decent Rahman's your breakdown with third, but you've got three coaches there..

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"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

05:29 min | 9 months ago

"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"Me and look at a great run of tournaments in the summer. I'm we're kind of thinking Oh. Head of jokes. Older now routes vague and then Joe Solids. We went and maids would send these his to allow. We're not. We're not there now so I think you definitely cushy each other. You see each other doing well and. You learn from that, we we. Think. We're all quite honest when we speak to each other. That helps to kind of let each other know. What's going on our ceiling That kind of helps to learn about the tour of it more learn about. How to improve how to deal with things. The best to you guys for me when I came on was Scott. They didn't need to be as kind as they work to to us, but. You know they they helped me and Scott so much about you know booking courts tournament schedule all that sort of stuff and. I always looked back on a man thing, but you know they really didn't need to do that. especially against guys for the could they come up play competitively in it turns out. We did once a year. We played four times. In the space of three months so. Yeah I think it's just a a great environment. We we've got going if I could also one thing the last two minutes this tonight. That whole thing of pain it forwards for me is absolutely massive in. It's like A. Homeless feel like it's Crusade. In terms of what I'm trying to do with coaches and players as well as that mentality of help, each other because you talked about a group of players. They're even used the words They didn't have to be that kind fantastic that two people generally could have been opponents would I try to help you. And Jamie on these counts in wasn't planning. Goon diagnosis can. Rather who if you like the Big influences someone like Jamie, being in terms of? Job Just aspirational, but in support rule yet it's been A. It's been massive just to even just to be around, you know. Not even you know the advice or anything goes for just to you know. See these doing Jimmy's obviously. One of the best doubles player. Last ten years in the way he played doubles is so unique and show you know to head that? It's great to watch. It's great to to be around him and. He gives great advice and know he's a funny guy, so. He's a funny. Say The you've mentioned before I heard you speak in recently about day in joying. The entertainment side of of Tennis pleasure of you grew up in new you. You definitely bands you like I when you were junior. View, the almost that you saw of the tennis court is in some sort of way a stage. You very much liked to perform. It doubles in easier place to bring that you think, are you? Can singles players entertained in the same ways? Doubles players good question. It's difficult. Because once he got once. He gets the stage where you're starting to try your. Goals you're trying to you know. Earn the money to stay afloat. It's..

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"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

05:40 min | 9 months ago

"omara" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"The shore, thanks very much for joining and if you're a regular listener, then thanks again for your continued support. We have listeners from fifty four different countries around the world the last count, so it really means a lot to me because I'm a one man band of all the equipments myself. Spend all the time, obviously recording and editing the show and I do it for one reason, and that is to help. Bring the learnings the inspiration from other people. into, your ears, and you can pay it forward and take what you want from each. This week's guest. It's an absolute beezer scores turning not, but it's from a Scottish ATP to player Johnny All. Matter who is currently sitting at number fifty four in the world rankings earlier in twenty twenty before the dreaded covid struck, he reached the quarter final of the Australian Open with availow from El. Salvador, and joining is twenty five years old now, and is really developed into an articulate intelligence hard working to a professional, it's been a real pleasure watching him grow as a person, and as a player of known him since he was about seven years old, very talented tennis player Sportsman in general, very charismatic. He is someone. Someone who would bring something to any crowd? He someday you want to be around and it's no surprise to me. That doubles as a suit in his tennis skills very well. There are learnings laced throughout. This so far, was you? You were a coach or player appearance, I would take notes as you go through this. If you knew somebody that has a teenage tennis player I would actually hand over this podcast to them because he gives them absolute diamond, some real great nuggets of learning for for a young tennis players, we go rhino and circles a little bit in the middle when I talk about entertainment in tennis. But we get there in the end and listen out for my potential Gavino potential car crash at the end when I was trying to sum up. He's grown since his junior days. It's just as well I knew him. Because otherwise could have been a hang up moment, but it was there. We managed to laugh Obata in the end. I'm going to pass you over. Sit Back, relax and enjoy forty five minutes with Jani.

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"omara" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"omara" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"Accessible and approachable to beginners of all ages who were interested in learning the fundamentals of code or becoming coders to make those next million APPs since then over two point. Eight million people have downloaded and over five thousand schools have deployed swift playgrounds for IPAD. And now this week for a second act. Apple is releasing swift playgrounds for the Mac built using catalysts the UI kit. For Mac Technology Apple released as part of Mac Os Catalina. It takes everything great about the IPAD version and makes it fully MAC native with the Menu Bar Sidebar and touch bar with sizeable windows a new code completion help system tabs and a plethora a plethora of keyboard shortcuts. Anything you do on the MAC versions with playgrounds you can do. On the IPAD version the reverse is also almost true. You can't start augmented reality. Aarp had documents on the MAC. Because there's just no way to walk around with the motion sensor aware camera. Live you on the Mac like you can with an IPAD. But if you started one on the IPAD you can absolutely edited on the Mac everything else including robot and drone support. Basically all the third party stuff is there or will be. They're in short order and using catalyst is terrific. Frankly because the more high profile skin apple has been the catalyst game the better. It'll be for everyone and faster. Putting swift playgrounds on the MAC period is even more terrific though because it makes for a very direct bridge to apple full on development environment ex code. And so that's where are developed in swift curriculum comes in the way that we've designed this as we do. You WanNa have a continuum for students and teachers who want to be able to take coating concepts but pull soons along who want to do even more and make that really accessible for anyone in. Hopefully we're doing our part in terms of helping schools. I feel like they can bring coating in. It's not such a scary thing. That having swift playgrounds on the MAC is so important because now we can reach our students who are both IPAD and on the Mac with coding and ensured a coding as well not only. Can you move documents between swift playgrounds on IPAD and Mac? You can cut and paste code from with playgrounds on the Mac two x code and that strikes me as so similar in spirit to movie or Garage Band where you can learn all the fundamental skills you need to have a career using final cut pretend or logic pro at the very top of the video were music industries. And because it's the Mac you can even run swift playground side by side with ex code either as an intermediary step away too quickly. Visually play around or for people who are already developers to more easily create their own swift playground content for their kids or schools or the community at large coating from our perspective is about helping develop new skills. We know that when students teachers are engaged in their learning they discover more they create more and ultimately both are more successful. So that's what we hope to do with our coding curriculum not to sound incredibly corny about it. But I'M GONNA it can help take anyone from there. I tap to their first APP. Swift playgrounds for MAC is a free download on the MAC APP store. Just like swift playground for ipad a free download on that APP store and linkup all of Apple's education content in the description below again education is everything and that's one of the reasons I helped start Nebula. That's the streaming platform that I'm building with a group of other educationally creators like h bomber guy. Thomas Frank Sarah's e second thought. Los Bet Gamer polyphonic. Cgp Gray Kirk and many many more. We're building it. Because we want a place where creators can try out new content ideas that might not work on Youtube so for just nineteen ninety nine a year a year you get access to both curiosity street with acclaimed content king a film record from Montgomery to Memphis as well as all of the videos and increasing originals on Nebula like Dave whiskas new edith documentary. All about all of the sunglasses used by Tony Stark in all of the marvel movies by signing up. You won't just be helping me up the entire educational community as we work together to build a place where we can create the kind of content.

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"omara" Discussed on Vector Podcast

Vector Podcast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"omara" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"Sponsored by curiosity stream get access to my streaming video service Nebula when you sign up for curiosity stream using the link in the description. Now I've made those goodest. Unabashedly love love apples education initiatives. It's a type of accessibility of making technology. More available and more approachable to more and more people and yeah sure apple will sell you an IPAD for three hundred bucks or an iphone for seven hundred or a Mac book for eleven hundred or whatever but apple also makes tons of educational content available for free to people in schools and training through curriculum and an apple retail stores. All for everyone and all for free as in. You don't have to spend a dime on it. We see coding as an essential literacy. We really think it's a way to help. Students think critically at also creatively in when they do that they also learn problem solving skills and they also become better collaborators and we want students all over the world have the opportunity to learn to code. And it's why we've created free curriculum for students of all ages. It's what I mean when I talk about the value of something being fundamentally different than just the upfront cost. It's something that I think gets lost in the vast majority of coverage. And it's why I'm incredibly grateful. You all helped me make videos like these to try to do something about it. I'm really Ritchie. And this is vector we built. Everyone can code so that anyone who wants to learn how to code or basic coding concepts can and part of our goal was to make it super easy for teachers for any grade or subject level to bring coating into their classroom and the curriculum that we've built guide students through the swift playground APP. That's Sharon o'mara senior director of business markets in education marketing programs at Apple. So we're really excited. That schools who already have the curriculum can now start using it with the students who have MACs as well back at WBZ. Twenty Sixteen Apple CEO. Tim Cook Brought Cheryl Thomas Vice President of software engineering operations up on stage to introduce with playgrounds for IPAD and educational development environment. That made real programming using a real programming language. Over half a million APPS now built with it in the APP store and counting.

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"omara" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

14:42 min | 1 year ago

"omara" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"To protect their asset which was their cognitive abilities. did a huge amount of uh-huh sense and so You know the yeah. It's not a business model for other practices because I think it it made sense offense to hedge fund principals and some Some other individuals. I think we're up to about fifty two billionaires that we were taking care of So yeah it was pretty unique business model to get started on and The other interesting aspect for your audiences you know they. I haven't heard a lot of business from did that but I didn't have. Business skill sets at brought a CEO win to run the company and we weren't really good with the The books and I didn't know about that and so there were a lot of challenges. I wish I wish I had. You know broaden you know auditor in the don't spend the money on but we don't need that while we grew so big and all these huge construction projects going on building two hundred million dollars secretive underground facilities in leveraging government secret contractors to help us bill be saying secretively And I it was a little nervous but I trusted. You know. You can't do that. Trust and verify it comes. And so. That's what led to order disillusion. Because there was just it's enough concerned about how things were being mismanaged that the investor in his legal team decided Shut this down Because these are clients it's could they're public figures when we couldn't we can get exposed them so End Up losing my My Company As a result but I learned a valuable. LS Trust but verify. And you know that's that's a an expensive Expensive lesson learnt. But I'm glad I went through okay and after that was over. You Focus Your Energy on research you said on on on reversing chronic disease on what you call optimized health now so and that's where I kind of came into the picture with you and on the I guess on the optimized health thing I wasn't thinking about reversing chronic disease because I didn't feel like I had any chronic disease but then but then you introduce me to visceral fat and some other things and it started to change my whole thinking about things again as I mentioned in the beginning a bit reluctantly at. Yes yeah so your your experience. Mike is not too unlike a lot of people's at that time we were doing a lot of data clients. I loved working with the business guys on professionals. And leveraging the fank they were in positions of influence and We're usually hard working working when you get to the top of a company than a lot of other employees maybe At the bottom least eight. They're oftentimes had a a level of motivation. Motivation that we could exploit in so I enjoy working with people had motivation to try to get to stop and think. Hey you work hard in your company you work hard in other areas. How you working hard on taking care of the most important physical asset that you have which is your your body? So uh-huh what I realized in my research in getting rid of chronic disease particularly visceral fat track these by this Rafat measure it by. MRI's and we still do that today. Is that as you eliminate this role. Fat in the eliminate it results in a lot of chronic disease basically basically all forms of chronic disease. It we we've seen so far improves or is a radical when you get rid of this real fat and the most surprising thing as good as that sounds is the thing that intrigued needed most was that you left the person with a enhanced enhanced ability to perform better at whatever they do now that was super surprising and intriguing to me because now now you can get people to perform better through medical biological science and that has potential applicability to you want a professional to be certain certainly Business but professional athletes Attorneys consultants anybody who optimizes their health and gets rid of chronic disease will begin to improve their performance either a cognitively. They'll get stronger. They'll get faster was also interesting as their appearance approvals. So looking you doc look at your face two years ago You Know Ver- When you first came to get your scan at our practice and look at you today and you know we wear our health on her face and this is what's interesting I think is a as you get more healthy. Your ability to influence other the people biologically is assisted because I think we saw biologically hunter-gatherers we might be business people or doctors or attorneys or police officers or undercover narcotics agents. Or whatever you might do for a occasion today genetically and biologically. You're still bill. Hunter gatherers so to the extent that you look like a good hunter gatherer people will listen to you and so I like to work work with business community and other leaders and tell them if you wanted influence people better you should adopt a hunter. Gatherer off office Zeke and your face needs to be needs to be in line with that so we we would scan faces a lot more is trying to see what what is it that the changes this this face when visceral fat is removed into the hunter gatherer. Lifestyles posted just losing weight. People that lose weight but don't get rid of disease They don't get those changes in their face and we. We haven't figured out exactly but we know how to optimize people's health. And it's a lot lot you could go into it but I think I like to challenge the business community today. If if you are in a business leader work on optimizing out does. Don't just get healthy. But apply the same way you might apply key performance indicators in your company you should apply key biological indicators in your body to optimize your health. And that's that's what what I specialize in our research we we've identified a lot of these key biological and indicators we've mentioned one is visceral fat so your audience. It's got a a huge benefit. Just googling visceral fat and learning how to get rid of it We'll give them a significant leg up on their ability to optimize their house and more importantly optimize their performance. Well give them a head. Start on that Sean. By explaining what visceral fat is. Because it's something thing that I had not heard of till don mentioned it having learned about it from you and then you also said there's a difference between losing visceral fat right and losing weight and I don't think that's something. That's intuitive yeah great question so visceral fat is the accumulation of fat. It's in your your your deep part of your advocate. Sometimes they call it belly fat or deep fat. It's the dangerous fat that kind of talked a little bit about maybe on the the Internet but it's not it's not not showing really how you measure it. And there's a lot of people out there measuring it and so there's not a lot of people people that know how to get rid of it and we've been measuring if for eight years and we've done it over four thousand patients so we gotta live expanse measuring and more importantly how to get rid of it so You you can lose weight Lots of lots of individuals. I've encountered along the way have purpose to to lose weight. Do Variety ways through diet and exercise but one of the worst things you in my opinion that I've seen Out of people try to do is lose weight by exercising southbound condition. It's still eating poorly. Some people like to excise so they can eat poorly which is terribly destructive and so the difference for them is they ended up retaining a lot of visceral fat but if you processed foods and you eat foods whole oh for meat fish and vegetables I like to say and then you exercise in a a a different manner meaning more more intensely but much less less Basically you're following the lifestyle of a Hunter Gatherer of twenty thousand years ago That would eat foods more whole form and would fight off animals or fight off another human at some time to time and sprint than these fantastic changes happen because you're lining up your body biologically with your your metabolism your physiology and your genetic makeup so I think it's unknown a a lot of people that are out there chronically. Do a lot of aerobics That what they're doing May may not be well. What's what's really going on inside unless you scan and measure your visceral fat inside? You really won't know whether you're impacting your body. auty positively or you're just chronically exercising which can Through studies actually increase the amount of inflammation that you have in your body so I tell people to Mimic more hunter gatherer existence. Do Spring eat foods in hull form and that those two things It was things. Have a significant a positive benefit in a ratting visceral fat and improving the The appearance performance in the health of people that start to do those things and a lot of other things that you can build on. I I remember well our first conversation. Mike and I kind of had a sense that you weren't into all those things that I was talking about A than two years ago and You ultimately decided just to I think cutout carbohydrates and get start I was disappointed. You as I'm disappointed. Join a lot of business guys. That don't Immediately go into doing it all but it's a hard thing to to get people to to Do a lot of things but the more you do It's like the harder you work in a job The further head. You get so the more you do with your health further ahead you get in your health and we don't know what the possibilities yet are of a fully optimized a healthy human being. I think think were dramatically diseased. And I'm intrigued at what artificial intelligence machine learning combined with Key biological markers and metrics will bring to humanity and I think we're going to look at significant changes in things that we should be doing in our lifestyle and can can you be. Can you be appear to be relatively healthy on the outside and still have significant visceral fat. John Yes oh. I remember a A vegan physician. We've been Vegan for twenty seven years who I could tell by face. I have aspirin or so one of the I can. I can look at people's faces and I can see inflammation without skinny now because I've looked at four thousand faces in scandal these people and just pick up on certain markers. I can't even describe it but he wants no but I'm almost like this little computer machine that can look face intel the level. Yeah you're like like you're like Human Ai when it comes to that you sent me a real linked in message. You're like yeah you said like look at your your faith and Mike. I never even noticed. Yeah yet what. People people can't pick up on those changes but ASS burgers pizza with ass burgers have unusual talents. And so when I walk around on the mall of America doing analysis on people's faces in second says they're walking by and I can basically quantified amount of this role fat based on features of their face. Okay so in the vegan physician I said well. We'll we'll scan. You is just interested in doing for free like like a lot of scams we did in the past. And I said we'll will measure a visceral fantasy so a you. You're not gonNA have find any visual fan in the APP in Degan for twenty seven years. Well he had a huge amount of visceral fat inside. He was thin and he walked out and became Paleo Meat Eater. He started in needing and sure enough. he he changed his style. cutout processed foods There are there are a lot of healthy vegan. Said Tie thank. You don't eat processed foods but he was eating bread and pasta a a lot of carbohydrates and sure enough as abandoned those start eating foods meat fish and vegetables says visceral fat went away and he significant proved his his parents so to answer your question. Yeah you can you can look on the outside And people will convince themselves that they're healthy I I I can look at their face and tell them even though they're thin that data reading a lot of processed foods. They're either drinking a lot of alcohol all or they are either stressed out or they are not sleeping well because those things I can see on people's face whether they're thin or not and it shows up as these this kind of inflammatory manifestation. Their face Scan them They they will have a very very sizable amount of this real fat inside at them or fat around the heart we call pericardial fat..

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Food Neighbourhoods at  Galway in Western  Ireland

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Food Neighbourhoods at Galway in Western Ireland

"All various that will our guide is Monaco's Louis Harness Omara as fully mismatched wooden furniture beside lush greenery spills from below soft cloth lighting choose from the seven nine course tasting menus loomed he's over Reno pay the bill leave it and helicopter head back through town and across the river Corrib to Oslo you can try out some of the locally crafted sales away from the maddening crowd of the city centre it was one of the first brewpubs in the country and offers up an impressive roster of micro brewed.

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"omara" Discussed on New Pod Flow

New Pod Flow

14:53 min | 1 year ago

"omara" Discussed on New Pod Flow

"On are saying that to me like the ones because I'd issues with this is unacceptable and I didn't stale with anymore. She blogger what confused he's like. We already know come. She didn't even know what the term rag was. What like she didn't understand what I was saying? What do you mean like rip close? Probably it's probably she thought she thought the corn bread that we had in my house for pancakes so shoes wash coal uncultured uncultured. That's why that's why but now I use the loofah joints but they'd be unraveling shit real fast. Hey listen. I'm washing my legs trae dollar. One start off end up the basketball with hanging off long. I should take over so disgusting. They ripped shit just be unraveling like he just said they need long pieces like this ship out of here Berman Oh man march days when they still real small little low rough skimpy burnt off be hurting obvious covering too but like when they were smaller it'd be here so we know what that means wash. I should've goddamn legs all kinds of illnesses on your ankles and illness. I don't understand maybe walking through sick. Walk Walk it today this crazy I mean he got. I'm assuming if you ain't Washington as you say Harry Hers Catching Sweat Everything terrier Shit so they don't see it as a necessity and that's a health concern to everybody fucking gross. You think oh girl that don't compliments was. She woke up she doesn't she doesn't like compliments because she needs substance. Yeah I don't think she does. It probably doesn't do anything for US right now. I mean just listen you just you you threw me off. You said it was our community so so what you said there's little girl due to ask what was she black actually different Sheila ambiguous battle no okay okay. I don't know what was a girl to tweeted once again. I'm not onto. I'm on twitter. I just don't be owner room. Yeah even goes. She said you know the tweet. She says she don't care for she made a video and it was like going around on twitter. Basically she was saying that she doesn't like compliments because it doesn't do anything for people people talk. She's pretty. She's like everybody tells me. I'm pretty that didn't do anything for me which I understood what she was saying that she was explaining on and on just about you know typically like when Nick is a compliment they doing it from like that physical attraction or like sexual attraction or whatever but she needed to have substance the only thing I was calling this not really realistic because if you just say somebody on the street U._C._F.. What two minutes you can't? That's the only thing you see. Is there like physical appearance. So how'd you like that substance because they're not but honestly most women I don't say must I'll say most women but we don't give us a time of day to even get to that point so you're all upset because people are saying you know Oh you pretty your beautiful but you John and do your best to get passed on but not even talk to them. So what else did they say so I just feel like she was out of pocket with that one. If you don't want compliments that's fine but don't be mad. She basically saying like the people that except that like you don't have any substance substance up and all that I was like all right. You don't deliver too much for me but I I was trying to hear what was what was context. Do what was she like people telling on it like she was like okay. I go out pretty. She's like my parents. I grew up with my parents telling me that I was pretty. All the time doesn't do anything for me but I'm like just you ungrateful and keep pushing that you I mean she had a whole thing piece. I'm trying to like how do you how do you attract somebody with your mind if they don't fucking that's that's my whole plan and I understand like you not went. 'cause I don't a lot of times you can't tell when a dude is like you can tell that he shut the fuck you the first time he sees you or whatever ever but. You can't say that everybody's trying to do that. He don't give them the time of day but if you don't WanNa give everybody's holiday you just leave it with no context. They say you pretty thank you keep moving. Some people do haggle you you but at the end of the day that's GonNa see. I Bet Oh girl full shoot. I bet if like mega like sexy flexi cash like trae sign something like you pretty. You know what I'm saying she probably will. What's what you try job straight today but I realize allies you might see things every time the day straight trying to fuck you pretty I mean but you can tell like some news? Do we doing that but she thinks that every single time she might have something going on aw Madison chocolate so she asked me. I'm not trying to look at the outset she pretty up. They should get something. You try handed to you. Shit Nah. I just don't understand it but I don't even know how like how much evidence do you have to mega think peace to say like Oh. You know I'm GonNa take a compliment this way like how you make a bar people. Tell her that all the time she said Eighteen Nixon told me I was pretty damn this. You have to put it off as like okay. I'm sorry you get compliments. Don't miss out of time. I guess you actually she's of room. I I say video but I mean I think she's pretty but I'm like you. Kinda less pretty now that you I want you to listen to this video. 'cause I just Wanna I just want is like no like exactly like what's what what what. What do you have back in this like like what what does she complements beauty do not feed my eagle or my soul see bugging issues like twenty seven she to Oh for that but I think she's feeding? We'll E.. Dot Broom X.. Show I mean here's our video. He's GonNa Garbage is a page. I just want artist won't pull up real quick see okay yes. She could say that busy God it okay. I can't say she's pretty though because he sold them stuck up yeah areas. That's attractive active. That's yeah that's the main. That's the main point that she's getting off without. Even you know the Habashi are taking me out of context. That's lily what you said. There's no other context to take Reynaud. I tweet opinion tweet listen. Yesterday's game is trash if a bench never bought you nothing. That's a promise 'cause when his good we'd be in the store like you know he really liked this well aw that needs to be made tile. That's stupid. 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I don't even know that person is so she lives tweeted twenty more ideas and it was great. It was a good come and take you to get through all of them like a few. Hey I was impressed. Damn you really should I was watching them at work or so to like okay. I'm background noise Shit Yeah but then I begin caught up in my auditing ending on stuff on today today gifts to go along with him and everything the three shit like I didn't even remember happening something about somebody died who died like they were still alive in game so confused but then they did like I thought Lucky God. I was hoping you with a couple of times. It'd be kept showing up already to the party tardy to the party man but I'm caught up now so but now I gotTa Watch Watch it. Isn't that one coming up anyway. If I do watch what is what more will you know late Mazas X. men in the Phoenix yes cash it. They don't but this one inning and undo should is because Fox ain't even over Omara Fox movie right they lash on how they do is like so like the stuff. That Fox got control over if they put something out now it just delays when Disney gives to take it over so now now with this Dr Phoenix movie coming out after Fox had a got the right so whatever you would probably see like fantastic four in Mc you before you see X.. Men Now because they gotta wait like certain Time Shit two to use it this is you know marvel went bankrupt in the nineties or something like that so they just was selling the rice today curtis to anybody to get money now lookout embarrassed in fucking paid fucking loaded but tha tha yeah Disney bottle so they like you know Disney's pretty much just the EXOSKELETON FAMARA news fucking monopolies what they are they exactly Star Wars More Ruth Negga Hulu Disney snail hoping I can get over there on spotify package what the fuck but if Disney plus who got a package now my might just be like okay straight non definitely getting Disney plus. I gotta get that it's too much shit. Yes a lot Dr anybody have original programming T._v.. Shows shooting yeah man. GotTa get taking game. They get twenty years from now. It's GONNA be three companies. Things going to be Disney Amazon Apple. It's because I started with three and that was like wow that's trifling. Let's have all these other ones just go back to like three so but yes his own Avatar yeah because it's just a Disneyworld yeah yeah those those movies about to come out Shit Nigga twenty two yeah. Let's push back for the night time but but after twenty twenty to the next one comes out right after that the next year real by Harry Potter next negative uh-huh bye-bye Drag Abbasi degree monetary by before they might as well fuck. They got all the damn money I think actually thanked like see the Disney world number studios Japan some she got more you in it Nintendo's Mario together like a little Morio were Asia we rides and stuff yes Disney killing should yeah I hear buying shit monopolizing the world.

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"omara" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"omara" Discussed on The Young Turks

"So I don't know if those are, you know, the demographics that are usually friendly to a Bernie, but I will say that it appeared there were some supporters in the audience, which was great or hypothetically people who supported the idea. Yes. I mean, we have to he's there to persuade people. It would be sad. If the only people would raise their hands on one of his policy proposals where people who'd already donated to his campaign. I mean, he's talking about a potentially massive change to American healthcare and health insurance one that we believe would be much better. For the people some people might simply agree. Yeah. I mean, I think that that's definitely the case. But look more importantly based on the way the questions were framed, and based how combat based on how combative the hosts were it was clear that Bret Baier and Martha McCollum were hoping that some of their, you know, fearmongering tactics would resonate with the audience that was there, and it didn't work and actually backfired quite a bit. And I think that's what Trump was alluding to in his tweet. So people were smiling and were nice people were smiling. And nice. I think he hated that. And I think he hated the fact that there were several moments where Bernie's answers did receive applause. I wanna give you another example. So the issue of Ilhan Omar came up, right? Of course, Fox News has helped to amplify this narrative that Ilhan Omar has minimized the severity of nine eleven that. She's anti-semitic all these allegations that are unfounded. True, nothing more than smear tactics. And so- Bernie Sanders was asked about that. And here's how he handled it. You're also a staunch supporter of congresswoman Ilhan Omara. No. The Ilhan about twice in my life. So but you've talked back to support. This is what I do sport. I support a a Muslim member of congress not to be attacked every single day in outrageous. That was strong and his answer was great. But more importantly, the reaction from the audience as soon as Representative Ilhan Omar's name was mentioned on Fox News. Do you think the the way that the it wasn't even really a question? It was just you are a staunch defender Villanova. Do you believe that was intended to to harm him? I mean, obviously, we don't think that's an insult something like that. Yeah. But yeah, of course, I think that was intended to harm him. And I say that because first of all he didn't even he said that Bernie Sanders is a staunch supporter making it appear that they have this close relationship. And so I I appreciate the Bernie clarified. It news like an essence, I support her. But I've had two conversations with her. I was actually surprised to find out. They've only talked twice me to to be mixed. We wonder how much any of them are talking to each other well based on what comes out of congress not much. That's what I would guess, but and that is a problem, but at the same time. I'm honestly impressed by the reaction from the audience because based on what we've seen online and based on how successful the right wing is in spreading a hateful message in solidarity. I really thought that unfortunately, these smears were sticking, and look it's it's one audience. I think that it's anecdotal, and you can't really draw a real conclusion about what the American people overall think about the Ilhan Omar story, but more importantly to see an audience applaud Representative Omar on this channel that has consistently helped in the efforts to smear. Her was amazing, including last night after the town hall, actually. And there are a couple of things I think are worth mentioning you. You might have seen Ilana Mars small dollar small donor fundraising that she I think raise the most or close to the most in congress like more than did. Which is pretty amazing one way that I think that it was not a failure for them last night was that it got better ratings than any of the other town hall so far. Including Bernie Sanders other townhall. Right. So are you comparing FOX to the other cable outlets all done? Okay. So I'm glad that you brought that up. So when we originally covered the story about how Tom Perez and the DNC decided not to allow any of the democratic debates to happen on FOX. I thought it was a good decision..

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"omara" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"omara" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Rutgers athletics. Thirteen point lead for Rutgers has approaching the midway point here the second half, and it's really been a balanced effort for anybody who cannot afford tonight. The scarlet knights. Everybody has has the ability to score on this team in different ways. So you're not relying on just one or two people that that's good. But also at the end of the games on the line late who do you go to that's something? They're going to work out. Obviously Baker is going to be a focus this year. Two of the best defensive player on the other team, which which is a different situation. There was last year. Rutgers with ball off the time out Johnson jump off the glass. No good. And the ball rebounded by Bishop. Another good player out a timeout though. Got it in deep on the right hand side. Just missed it. Twelve eighteen to go on the second. FDU the ball. Rutgers up by thirteen Williams guarded by Chom along the right side on the outside swinging around the left side for edge edge now to the foul line gets inside the runner off the glass in Russia. Scoop shot by Darnell edge got fourteen points. Chabot along the left side. Fifty three forty Rutgers lead by eleven McConnell being double teamed dad passed but grabbed by Omara come near side left corner. Chop wide open three banks at home. And it's fifty six forty two shop knocks down to the three. Eight four for Chom this season opener. So far. Here is Williams. Top of the key running to the left hand the ball off the Jenkins Jenkins right to the lane the runner. Good on the move and falling towards the baseline. And it's fifty six to forty four Jenkins would six points. Check is a nice player their guards. They have good guards. Jackie and edge. Here's Johnson at the foul line move it right for kiss wide open threes. Perfect. And it's fifty nine forty four. Peter kiss having some Rutgers debut. He's got fifteen to lead all scorers. Good ball movement against the two three zone time. Got it in the middle of popped it out to kiss nobody anywhere near Williams will run over over ROY who takes the charge..

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"omara" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"omara" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"It's almost twenty minutes policy to the hour. Let's continue with a look at the newspapers with Monaco's Louis Harnett. O'Meara welcome to the program. Good afternoon to you. A couple of picks from today's newspaper, understand you're looking at the international New York Times. I. Times business section of page eight. I'm looking at what's up. I'm in sleeve, so this story about the test run of the new Amazon stores. It's called go and they've got one in Seattle now and they've just opened two more recently and they've got one in Chicago's well now it's basically it's still a, which allows the consumer to go in and buy the product. They don't actually have to pay anyone is completely casualties and just as all through face recognition. So you put your car down and then as you leave, it will have its shots at the money recording to what you've taken from the shells. Exactly. And what kind of plans does Amazon have for the future? Are they going to roll out to that concept elsewhere as well? Okay. Yes. So they're seeing it in Chicago. They've got to the three in Seattle now and they're expecting to move into New York, and I think San Francisco's well, so that comes along with a lot of the other kind of infrastructure plans which they've been developing in Seattle over the past few years. Seattle is kind of being the testing ground for lots of different ideas. So that's kind of they tried to move out groceries whether it delivered to your door that didn't necessarily work so well, they're kind of teamed up with whole foods to do that, and they've got a few other little projects like the Amazon delivery center which they using as well and chime provide some solving, start cities via their service until seems like they kind of got their hand in of pies, I think is interesting that obviously Amazon has been a key player when it comes to, you know, e commerce and what it's doing to traditional bricks and mortar shops. And then actually, I'm as honest now going into having actual shops itself as well. But let's continue with your other story for today's from today's edition of the guardian. Yeah, that's right. So another automated story is about the first self-driving Trump, so that's taken to the streets on Potsdam this in the guardian page fifteen in the world's eighteen in the world section. And so, yeah, the world's first autonomous Trump was launched an inspector tequila style in them. So basically this is more of a safety concern than anything else is they don't inspect three taking any drives off the trumps anytime soon. So there's no problem about job loss currently, but the AI allows them to a spa houses and we asked them faster than humans can. So that is the main concern of the stem kind of transport services. While these Trump's actually having drivers still sitting in them again, there are still drives than not staring them. They've got a hand on the stick, but they're not necessarily controlling anything that just the as you kind of precautionary measure while the time can drive itself took a full mile journey, fruits kind of verging voyage, and it made its way three Potsdam, and they did a test where they pushed a prime in front of the in front of the tram and stopped much faster than Hume would have been able to. So that's that's the primary concern. And one of the drivers said, if technology is there to take away some of the decision making lead, I welcome that that's the. That's the primary concern. And they have for that. That's one story from today's edition of the guardian. Thank you very much. That was wonderful. Sewing Louis Harnett Omara. I and your seatbelts this week on monocle twenty four. We are writing into the future for Lucas hall, tall sports exchanging before we look ahead to, let's examine how the ideas of the past one s- promised deregulation. I struggle Monaco's Ben Ryland reports on the supersonic dream. Crossed the Atlantic industrial half hours. No, she will fly you tomorrow. Faster than ever before. In the mid nineteen seventies the future of aviation entered service. The Concorde promised passenger travel at twice the speed of sound, cutting travel times of aliens in half..

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"omara" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"omara" Discussed on WRVA

"To keep both sides separate clearly that America in Washington DC overwhelmingly rejects, their message overwhelmingly reject there hey I think that's. All that's necessary is to to show other Americans that this isn't normal this isn't something that should be tolerated Susan brow attended a memorial in Charlottesville on, the anniversary of her daughter's death when a car slammed into counter crazy Heather lost her life and that's not fair because many mother lose their children every day Mix that the black box has been recovered. From a plane taken for a joyride by a baggage handler at these Seattle Tacoma airport, these seventy, five minute. Flight ended when the plane crashed into a remote island broken guys screws loose I guess but the. Idea of a stolen airliner in the post nine eleven era is prompting a hard new look at this potential security loophole security and law enforcement officials will want to look at. This, incident to see what lessons can be, learned and what measures need to be changed muscles. Fatal flight ended with a, fiery crash a, devastating shock to the, people who knew him he was a, faithful husband a loving, son and a good friend a former White House aide on NBC's meet. The press. Calls President, Trump a racist and. Conman ABC's Tara Palmeri with more as Somma excuse me O'Meara Omara As the woman, played a, recording of. Her being fired by John Kelly that she secretly recorded conversations he accuses her of having integrity issues. He doesn't go into specifics unless she asks him to and so in this conversation he says to her let's let's wrap this up amicably so that you can look back on. This, time as its Thailand service if you, create drama essentially is what he's trying to say. It's not going to be, great for you, President Trump calling Rosa, a low life she also released another, recording today every talking, to the president the day after she was fired and him claiming he. Didn't know. About it The largest shock that average existed And that clip from the Meg beating expectations earned more than forty four million. Dollars at the box office mission impossible fallout fell to number two after two weeks. At the top checking your money. The Dow is up thirty nine.

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"omara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"omara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And i'm audie cornish a bitterly divided supreme court handed down its decision in a redistricting case today it largely upheld the redrawing of congressional and state legislative maps in texas ruling reversed a lower court decision that found the maps were drawn with the intent to discriminate against african american and hispanic voters here's npr legal affairs correspondent nina totenberg the texas decision comes in a case that has lasted so long and is so complicated that even election experts find it daunting to discuss this was just such a mouse it wasn't mess no question was matt that's nyu law professor richard pill this followed by loyola professor justin levin it's a mess because it has ping pong back and forth between two separate three judge federal courts and the us supreme court the bottom line though is that even though the lower court ruled districts in and around dallas fort worth houston and san antonio neo had been drawn to minimize minority voting power the supreme court only agreed about one state legislative district in san antonio indeed republican governor greg abbott gleefully tweeted today our legislative maps are legal democrats lost their redistricting and voter id claims if today's ruling were just about texas it would be important but not huge the five to four decision however could have major repercussions five years ago the supreme court by a similar five to four split struck down a key provision of the nineteen sixty five voting rights act back then chief justice john roberts downplayed the effect of that decision noting that there are many other provisions of the law that give minority voters the right to sue if they're voting rights are minimized but election expert rick hassen of uc irvine says those promises ring hollow after today's decision the court today seems to minimize the chances at these remedies are going to be effective in future cases calling the decision bold and dacians hasn't says it will undoubtedly make voter suppression worse for minorities and he says the language of the decision would seem to make it far more difficult to punish a recalcitrant state by putting it back under federal supervision for the next decade provisions left intact by the supreme court five years ago this decision is going to make it very very difficult to put any stage back under federal preclearance by setting a standard that puts a thumb on the scale that favors states by saying you have to presume the good faith of the legislature professor levitt agrees any other state can take from today's decision is if i intend to discriminate a courtney nip and tuck a bit but they're not going to undo what i've done wholesale today's decision written by justice samuel alito overruled the lower court's findings that some districts were drawn to suppress the minority vote alito said the lower court used the wrong standard in evaluating the districts that it should have presumed the state acted in good faith rather than assuming that the new district lines were an extension of previous racial gerrymandering justices clarence thomas and neil gorsuch concurred in the decision but noted that in their view the voting rights act does not apply at all to redistricting justice sonia sotomayor wrote a forty six page dissent lambasting the majority on behalf of the courts for liberals the majority's disregard for both precedent and fact comes at a serious cost to our democracy she said it means that after years of litigation and undeniable proof of intentional discrimination minority voters in texas will continue to be underrepresented in the political process even though minorities now constitute a majority of the texas population she said minority voters will cast their back ballots this year and in twenty twenty knowing that quote their vote has been burdened by the manipulation of district lines specifically designed to target their communities and minimize their political will nina totenberg npr news washington in turkey register type air to one has claimed victory again or do on his lead the country for the last fifteen years and in yesterday's presidential election he was both reelected and granted sweeping new powers in a referendum passed last year turkey voted to switch from a parliamentary system of rule to a presidential one thus essentially consolidating the president's power well to explain what all this means four turkey and for the us we are joined by omara tasha yar he's senior fellow at the brookings institution also a professor at the national war college thanks so much for joining us on to wants power.

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"omara" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"omara" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The eight the eye the ceremonies at the local mosque ob ob dora saul hassan a bitch ju barrage of who entered the us through the watery program pleaded guilty to conspiring to support isis a leash shock wave i mean who entered the us is the child of a visa lottery recipient was sentenced to more than i thought the little ted kennedy set this up for irish people i put that's what the the visa lottery was all about wasn't it i'll least shock re i mean is he from dear old donegal or oars from county cork he was sentenced to more than eleven years in prison for conspiring to provide material support the isis then there are a number of a terrorist the terrorism acts that are committed by individuals who are the children of foreign born individuals terrorist attacks carried out by children of foreign born individuals include the attack in orlando by omara teen who voted for hillary clinton by the way in the part of democratic primary in 2016 which killed 49 people and wounded more than 50 others in the attack in san bernardino california by siad riz one which killed fourteen people and injured 22 others and they they are also talking about this again this is from this is a press release from the white house this law from this if you want to say this is a hate speech this these are all these are all factual statements gender based violence the report by the ojvhs homeland security also sheds lights on acts of gender based violence committed against women by four nationals there are an average of 23 to 27 honor killings in the united states every year according to a study commissioned and provided to deal j's bureau of justice statistics in 24 team by the way when you work kid did you ever hear you ever heard of an honor killing they were about as rare as machete attacks which is to say they were non existent in the united states but now it's just another celebration of diversity the the there were approximately 1500 flushed marriages occurred occur in the united states every year more than 90 of the victims of honor killings in north america were murdered on trial for being too westernized according to a representative sample study through open media sources the government accountability office published a report in 2011 that's during the obama error but found criminal aliens incarcerated.

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"omara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"omara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From the bbc the american pornographic magazine publisher larry flint has placed a fullpage advert in the washington post promising to pay a reward of ten million dollars for him the nation's leading to president trump's impeachment and removal from office mr friend said he was every americans duty to remove mr trump before it was too late larry frinta prominent supporter of hillary clinton's election bid has taken out similar adverts before but never offered such a large reward reports from the besieged northern the syrian city of rocker where islamic state militants have being overwhelmed by us packed militia say some foreign jihadists are among the fighters who managed to leave the city elder omara loose said the foreign fighters had made their escape using civilians as human shields police in the afghan capital kabul say they've shorten arrested a suicide truck bomb averting a major attack on the city a senior officer said the truck was carrying heavy explosives into rockets which had been hidden the books his of tomatoes voters in kirghistan are choosing a new president today the incumbent almaz beg uttam by is stepping down the end of the single sixyear term has allowed under the constitution written after a popular revolt in 2010 wife saunders reports almost back at them by of has promised this nation of six million people a free and fair election western diplomats are inclined to believe him his preferred candidate is a former prime minister sorin by jeenbekov who represents continuity president ethem by if israel against the main challenger among the eleven candidates award backed by off a charismatic businessman who made his fortune in neighboring kazakhstan missed out on by off has set the cows acts by calling mr toubon of their franchi the winner will lead to sort out that rao kazakhstan has tightened customs checks on the border leading to long tailbacks and that's the bbc news welcome to making it work and new 4 part theory on the bbc world service.

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