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"oma" Discussed on KOMO
"Transportation was tweeting that group that continue to go down Fourth Avenue tagging more buildings. Eventually, they made it back up to Capitol Hill. And by the time we got there, a few of the fires that had been started had since been put out. What remained was a foam filled intersection just a block away from the East Precinct. A few officers then rushed in and pushed protesters back towards Cale Anderson Park. From there, we saw about a half a dozen SPD cruisers essentially doing laps around the park. Officers were not going into the park itself, and then another fire at 11th and Olive Seattle fire, telling US crews put it out. Officers arrested at least 10 people last night. Several businesses in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood are recovering from damage from Vandals. This week. Coma Suzanne phone reports. A community is trying to help. We're here in 11th Avenue, and on this block three different places were target by Vandals, including this church, All my Bob restaurants in Hugo House. Surveillance video shows what Vandals did to Oma bop to windows their shattered this week, Vandals damaged several others. Last month, the owner of Omagh Bob talked with us by phone. Yes, I do have insurance. But people don't understand is that It's just been extremely hard to first operated business. In this covert era word spread on social media about the local businesses damaged. This message is from Seattleites for Justice. Oma Bob Rahman, Don Beau Hale. I don't know what happened, But we is concerned. Members of the Seattle community would like to help you out. Is there a way we can get funding to help you repair? Let's go. Meow. Suzanne Fawn reporting a 19 year old is sitting behind bars after police say he had a mortar type explosive on him during a protest Thursday night. Police follow that man caring around a bottle of clear liquid and then took off when officers tried to approach him. Shortly afterwards, police arrested him and found what they call a homemade mortar style explosive. These are the same type of incendiary devices. Peanut, some protests. We spoke with the county prosecutor's office. He says It will take time before coming down with a decision on whether or not to charge the kid getting prosecutor's office takes actual violence and property destruction very seriously. And when we had this case that would refer to us even with initial information for a first appearance, we wanted to go before a judge and ask that person to help. Momo's Michelle Esteban. Most people arrested during protests are charged with some type of misdemeanor, however, this man could face felony charges. Coma news time is 3 34. Let's hear from Evan Smith. He's keeping an eye on our roads..
Los Angeles-area city manager put on leave over social media post on two shot deputies
"Manager of Linwood is on paid administrative leave after posting comments, which were deemed inappropriate by his bosses about the shooting of those two sheriff's deputies in Compton, the city manager posted on his personal instagram account. The final of Malcolm X and writing over, he said. Chickens come home to roost. After it was publicized. He made the account private Jose Oma Todo wrote about sheriff's gangs terrorising residents in Compton over the years, and because of that, and the fact good cops don't turn in bad cops. This should have been expected. He also took verbal shots, a chair Vienna wave, He went on to say any shooting is unacceptable and he did not condone it. City distance itself from the city manager and the council voted to investigate an online petition got more than 1200 signatures so far calling for his resignation.
Interview With Sue Bryce
"Before. You came to California where you living in a New Zealander or Australia I is born and raised in New Zealand in threes and Sydney before Cava. Said kind of this kind of heat unusual or partly our regular. From. Okay. But. It seems like we've gotten acclimated because you've been down at least four years i. Usually, you down there. In annella. saw. One of your first presentations created live. That's I came on Komo raiders. Probably a lot of people did I buy? That's what two thousand twelve Goes by too quick. Oma Gone. But first off welcome to the show, it's good. It's good to have you. Ever. Wanted to talk to you for a long time. So this finally things are actually came together to finally your story is fascinating and Dive deep into that they can turn. I know that you started your your. Business out of your garage, but before that year during we touch. It's interesting to me that if that photographer for whom he will working for had been more of sort of mentor encouraged more than he did you probably will stay there. Ride. From the business for But those kind of interesting because I think there are a lot of people are in that in that place where they toil the idea. But because of water for whatever reason they never they don't make the leap until you do what you think was should holding you back from going out and trying to do it yourself. So let's be really clear. I was employed as a photographer. So the reason I said I would have never lived was simply because I didn't want to run the business like I wanted to the photographer. I didn't even care about sale managing money or people or drama, or decisions or responsibility. I just took the photos inlet. And I got paid four hundred dollars a week to do that and I built my folio and I hit this incredible job. But as I started to tuned city four, hundred dollars a week was just not getting more and might go friends at the time ten thirty or bought houses and I could not buy a house with four hundred dollars a week and I. Remember, just thinking well is not a rune for me to grow in this through TC toffee studio. I am by nature just WanNa be I would have just stayed employed, but I needed to make money. So I thought thing self-employed was the only way to do that to keep a big imagine and have more control over the work that I was getting and. That just took a long time that. I'd love to learn and the confidence realm and yeah, that took a really long time but I would never have to i. just wanted to be a photographer in to this day even though I build massive business, I, still think I just WanNa be a photographer man. Still come up. Yeah, everyday. Everyday, I think about it. It's story was that you gave a half your business to a friend who helps you by sort of doing heavy lifting the eating want to do with respect to the business end. When when that relationship ended, you went to Australia and he started again and again struggling because you are not able to you know you weren't on, you're unable to sit herself marketer yourself and press. It wasn't the MAC thing of my stop. It was the direct receiving money I had a block around being able to receive money for my craft, and that's what a hint to get through food because I keep putting people in front of me that would do the deals for me. But whenever I touched, it would go to bed because I felt so low and my values. So I started to myself value that twin at changed. Everything changed for me just the ability to tell somebody what I was with without the fear of them thinking I wasn't good enough. So that was that was a big journey from a bit out on my own.
The First Dog With COVID-19 Has Died, And There's A Lot We Still Don't Know
"April when buddies family I started to notice that something was a bright buddy started breathing really heavily, any hadn't mucus knows, and this was the first thing is family notice that you know the first sign that he was not himself. That's Natasha daily a wildlife reporter with National Geographic. Buddy was a German shepherd who Natasha says by his family's account was a very, very good boy. He loved running through sprinklers, Keitel's love like running and diving right into the lake. His family loved address them up for Halloween, is also photos of him in a bunny costume and you know he's just it looks like he's just grinning at the camera and so when buddies started getting sick this spring, just before his seventh birthday, his family, Robert Allison Mahoney and their daughter Juliana. While, they were worried I mean he'd be completely healthy, and then all of a sudden in the sprain he. started. Struggling to breathe and the first thing. I thought was he has the virus. Meaning the corona virus in the reason they thought that. They had also been sick. So specifically, Robert Mahoney, the husband had tested positive Alison Mahoney. Robert's wife had not been tested, but she was showing symptoms. So she had it to. The daughter Juliana who's thirteen tested negative. But when it came to getting buddy attest, that was a lot harder. But he's regular vet wasn't seeing patients. The Vet significantly said, there's no, he has like just you know there's no way and he prescribed the antibiotics over the phone. Another vets gave buddy ultrasound and x rays. But also didn't think he could have the krona virus remember no dog had yet tested positive in the US. And many vets didn't have the tests for animals anyway. But one day. Robert, Mahoney sister saw facebook post about a vet where they lived on. Staten. Island that had just gotten some test kits. Robert. was like great like let me call right now. Get down there, make an appointment, and so he was able to make an appointment for ten PM on a Friday. So it was a very strange time, but it was the clinic was really busy, and so it was the the first law they had available. That was Friday. May Fifteenth a full month after he started showing symptoms a few days later, but he finally got test that revealed. He was positive. This was a huge deal. Buddy was the first dog in the US known to have the virus and the USDA announced the news in a press release on June second. Buddy wasn't named in that press release. The government only identified his breed. In fact, we only know the details of his story because of Natasha's reporting. The USDA said in. June, that quote the dog is expected to make a full recovery. But Buddy didn't get better. He got more and more sick in June. It. All came to a head one weekend in July. And a warning that the details coming up are pretty tough to hear. So Allison. Came downstairs the morning of July eleventh and found buddy in the kitchen in a pool of modeled flood He was throwing up blood. It was coming from his nose. It was just horrific and devastating for the family, and at that point, they brought him into the vet and the decision was made to euthanize him which was obviously really really difficult on top of two and a half months of stress and confusion that the family had already been through thirteen dogs and eleven cats have tested positive in the US for cove nineteen according to public. Records and while those numbers sound small, they raise big questions about how virus can affect people and their pets. Today's episode. Natasha. Daily on why. Some of those questions are still so hard to answer. Allison Mooney said to me that you tell someone that your dog tested positive for Cova. Did they'd look at you like you had ten heads. You know there's no rubric for navigating covert in your pet. I'm Emily Quang and you're listening to shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR. First off the current CDC guidance that there is no evidence that pets can transmit the coronavirus to humans, and that's partially why testing for animals isn't more widespread. We do need to say to that test for animals are different than the test used to detect the virus in humans. All animal tests are processed in different labs are processed in veterinary labs. Not, there's no overlap between human testing and animal testing. So. While some of the mechanics of the tests may be the same. It's not at all taking resources away from humans. But because a covid positive animal isn't seen as a danger to humans, there's been very little scientific study of how the virus can affect those pets or even how it can interact with other diseases are pets may have. That's where we're going to pick up buddy story with an Tasha daily. Yes. So new blood work was taken on July tenth the day before a buddy died, and it was on July eleventh when the Mahoney's brought buddy in. To essentially be euthanized that they found the results of that blood work on and the blood work indicated that he very very likely had lymphoma, which is kind of cancer, right? Yes. Lymphoma is a type of cancer So I I asked a couple of veterinarians who were not involved in buddies case at all to review his full records and they said that, yes, every single one of the symptoms he had could be explained by lymphoma, you know A. A big open question is deity SARS Yovany to present clinically in buddies body, and what that means is did the virus cause any symptoms? For example, the trouble breathing was, and so I think it's it's tough and we'll never have an answer to this was every single. One of his symptoms are the lymph, Oma? Or was some of it, the COVID and the breakdown of fat isn't something that we have an answer to, and you also pose the question. Will. We won't know whether the cancer made them more susceptible to contracting the coronavirus exactly, and that's sort of a big takeaway from his case You know our dogs or cats with underlying conditions like cancer as it turns out. More likely to contract the virus because we know humans are humans It's thought that humans that have suppressed immune systems maybe more likely to contract the virus, but not only that maybe the virus may be more likely to present in ways that are more significant in their bodies if if they're already immuno-compromised. So the same question remains for animals and we just have so little data to investigate it.
Keeping in Check: Maintaining Spirituality in the Influencer Space (ft. Omar Shahid)
"Salaam welcomed another team via podcast brought to you by the Vibe as always I'm your host. Salim Qasim and this week I'm joined by from the Muslim influence and network. The Muslim infants networker, celebrating their third birthday. And I've known Omar for for quite a few years now. And we discuss or about to discuss I guess the general landscape of of influences and the whole space Muslim influences and representation and also I guess how. Influences can. Maintain that sincerity. We spoke a lot about sincerity. which I think is a really important point. When thinking about the the the the digital space and people growing their own platforms. And why they're doing it and whatever else? We also talk a lot about evenly. Miller who was on a previous podcast with us? I can't remember the episode number. It was called a slum in the hood. It was just a few weeks actually before the whole lockdown and Shenanigans took place. We had a fantastic conversation. Please do inside podcast. By. Yeah, so this time almost was actually on the podcast that time he came into office. This one's conducted over zoom I'm, but we didn't get much time to speak to. And delving deeper into will these topics around the influences and the burden responsibilities term I use quite in the podcast. And various other bits so yet without further ADO, here's my conversation with Oma. Consummating! I'm good very much. The Virginia nuns focused Ab. Regulations for yourself on on three years of influence network. You were not us. A few have lost track of time in Kobe, but if you. And January a jury. When the world was normal than you could be office so yeah you with. that. And we were at all about at story. I guess if people do listen back to that in check out the Compensation, we had the shed so much and shows guests like for me. These people uninfluenced should be especially in the kind of in space. But we also discussed on their the fact that we should probably have a separate compensation yourself. Because I think there's a lot to discuss generally around this space. But I staw- off with. Can you share with us with myself? Whatever a little bit of background is the to how you saw at out in Western influences I'm wet weather. The idea came from just a is the genesis of that was the funds the network? Yes so. I'm. Twenty years old colleagues on the. I've been working with influences for. Seven years now. and. It started when I was. Using my. Sheet Autism who approached me and said you know what we don't want to us. Seem that used to be a journalist and use? Oh, Amid if we have some insights into what we're trying to do. So I, said you know what I don't know anything about influence. A management I didn't know what to do. I didn't know what to advise you, but you know what s give it a shot. Silently? We started with them some. In music, the sheet industry. Led to another working with a comedian photographer. You and then someone in school it's. And the previous manage people like cottage city can. Become Allah talked about. cross poss with managing advisers are not. The. Is and what? What specifically is your role? I guess in order the because I can imagine what it is now would be very different when it's not is How how did that come to beats it to be in the place that you guys aren't now because I think. We'll get onto about some of the some of the campaigns, and whatever else now you guys. What would some sizable? Brands and I think on the Rubicon mangoes took my head I. Believe Prime off I could be wrong. Yeah like huge huge names, and and you guys full front of kind of working with them and influences in doing campaigns. How did it will stop? What trump to even want WANNA. Get involved in this space. Yes, I was working with influences story people when I was working at a charity. I'm my business on a safe and we actually worked to name. She wants a campaign together and off to the campaign will be realizes up is actually no one to represent. These guys know into the the cough to them. That will being. No one to think about the future and it's kind of like wild wild west. It's no one nobody really knows what they're doing. Just kind of screwing industry that nobody knows what's what's going on,
Drop-In or Call with Alexa?
"Is the question that I got through email. And it's from Michael East and is a fantastic question really common question in a really really pertinent question. Given what's going on right now with the whole social distancing thing so he says this. This is this question right. He says in order to keep keep in touch. My mother-in-law we purchased to echo shows. Okay Great. They're all set up on my count and they communicate well in our house right now. Is it a simple matter of just dropping it off dropping one unit off at the mother-in-law's house and then getting on her Wifi and we're ready to go? Meaning we would simply say call Omar from our home and we'll connect to her. So here's the deal with this question. Michael this is a great question so if I'm understanding you correctly when you say that they're set up on your account and they communicate well in your in your house what I'm assuming you mean is that the eco- show for you and for your mother-in-law are both under the same Amazon account now if that's the case when you bring it into her home and you set it up on her Wifi my understanding is that it is still under your account correct. So you're not actually going to be calling her which you're going to be doing is you're going to be dropping in because when you use the drop in feature it's like an intercom and it's like it's virtually in the same home because it's in the same account and so you're going to have to give that echo show a name whether it is. Oma or whatever it is you're gonNA then se on. Oma The other thing that you may have to do is you may have to make sure that you have enabled the communication settings and that's done through the Alexi APP on the communicate button at the bottom. And then you'll see a drop in tab and it will allow you to choose which devices you are allowed to drop in on so you might want to set that up before you bring it over to her house. I hope that makes sense when you would use the call feature if it's somebody that you're calling through a device through an echo device but you're not on the same account you're calling an independent person so I hope that makes sense. Please let me know if that doesn't answer your question. I hope that does help. And if anybody else has any feedback on that then feel free to join the discussion on twitter. Just you can use Use My twitter handle and I will make sure to share out the information might twitter handles Dr Terry
Does killing Soleimani really change anything in the Middle East?
"For a generation Iran's May General Sulejmani he was a consequential Fica League in the Persian Gulf for the Americans in the region Sunnis? He was a terrorist mastermind for the Iranians the Assad regime in Syria Hezbollah in Lebanon. Sulejmani was a hero who protected the Shia cresent in the region. So it's no wonder the Iranian generals death via a drone attack attack in Baghdad. That was a huge news story. Earlier this month cast into the money rainy and military commander assassinated in the US drone strike on mm struggling marks a huge escalation coming just days at was revered by Iran supporters in proxies being blamed for the deaths of hundreds of Americans in the Middle East over the we took took action last night to stop a war. What comes next? What's the broader strategy? Here we did not take action to start a war. Your since the American killing of Sulejmani Tehran launched a missile strike on your spices in Iraq and in the process mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian Ilana carrying one hundred seventy six passengers something. The Mullah's had initially denied responsibility but crucially the Iranians signings avoided killing Americans. which was the red line? The president trump has drawn. US military response. So we'll this episode. Leave Iran Ryan stronger or is tyron now more isolated than ever and what is the showdown between Tehran and Washington Maine for Iraq the US military Tori prisons there and Iran's nuclear ambitions. Danny Applica- is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington and Co host of the AAAGH. Ah podcast what the Hell is going on. Making sense of the world get identity. Hey Tom and I'm in. Sokoll is author of Iran Rausing the survival and and future of the Islamic Republic and CO author of Islam beyond borders the Oma in world politics. Welcome back to Iran. How good morning now? Also Amani abetted genocide in Syria to keep the Assad regime in power. He's responsible for the deaths of many American troops. He armed Hezbollah in. Lebanon with rockets is to attack. Innocent Israelis killed many innocent Sunnis in Iraq. So I mean isn't the world better off without Sulejmani. Were president trump. I think so. And also quite a number of American allies in the region Probably I think the same way but at the same time demand was a national hero and in fact that he was the one of the top strategic brains behind Iran's overseas operations and expansion of eight onion influence in the region. I will just support related to the fair that it only leadership has about the possibility of an American attack or an Israeli attack on a combined and attack. But let me see this Tom that nobody is commendable. dimitris full of commanders. Top commanders into the Nobel Prize winners and so on General money is being replaced And I think e to the debt is a widespread view in the West. That if you bump one or two individuals isn't the situation is going to get better We duty cold in history that take for example a Prime Minister Anthony Eden go around the nineteen fifties and calling for the elimination of Jamaa Nasser as the national president of Egypt and has was that this man is removed from a then. Everything will be fine. Nothing died in nine hundred. Seventy and a situation has not improved a cold and and at the same thing was said to be so I mean the point though. Is that knocking off Salomon. He's not going to make a great deal of difference. But also can I just add to this Dani salamone and these Iranian backed Shia proxies. They did help inadvertently into why help. America Islamic state. So does it worry you that people cheering the loudest about this. Guy's death other suny jihadists in there are slighted areas in the desert and the mountains of Iraq and Syria. I don't think they're the ones who are cheering the loudest I. I think you heard pretty loud cheering from here. I think you heard some plenty of loud cheering in In Iraq and Lebanon and and elsewhere throughout throughout the region. Look you know. I think it's important to acknowledge that. That as the head of the cuts force Qassem Soleimani was a very powerful folks very influential very strategic and very effective leader and he brought that effectiveness to things. That would terrible And the arming of Hezbollah. The murderer of half million Syrians. The arming of mass. The arming of in Yemen. We could go on for a while here but but But he did all of those things but when when the challenge was from Sundays you had is. He helped set up and guide ride. The hoste. Shabby the popular mobilization units in Iraq that That that ended up being part of the battle to to defeat Isis. The problem here is that every situation in the region is is more complicated than the enemy of my enemy is my friend. Just because Stalin Fort with us to defeat Nazi Germany did not make stolen a good guy. And if you look at these anti-regime protests some and. I've been breaking out in Iran since Tehran admitted that its military military shot down. A Ukrainian passenger Ilana have the Iranians overreached because despite the Iranian successes in Iraq Syria and Lebanon on on their rule out officials sites there on stable they print across he so have the Iranians overreached. There's no doubt that many Iranians feel about the Ashim and today have protested over the last few months in order to bring about A structural reforms today as a system of governance and economy which is setting enormously under represent- trump's sanctions but has the Iran overreached. What are I pointed out earlier I mean Iran does fear a a very strongly as possible American that much Israeli combined attack and therefore what update on your the humans done his belt reasonable security and press such for itself which would really want? Shepherdess Arafat at all costs but that does not necessarily Saudi mean that Iran is only Aggressive power in the region aggressive actor in the region. I mean. Let's not forget that that that the destabilization Iraq really started the two thousand three. US invasion of that country. Okay so the. The American invasion of Iraq helped Iran on because it overturned the suny state and it created a Shia majority Stein. I saw a natural law with the Shia brethren in Tehran following following on from that Danny shortly a problem about striking at pro Iranian sheeham paramilitary groups as trump has done is the now part of the Iraqi state. So is it any wonder. Washington's increasingly modulation is part of the world. First of all. I think it's offensive talk about Shiites. As if they're all some sort of monolith. The share of Iraq are Arabs. The Shia of Iran are Persians. These these are different people this. These two countries Shia versus Shia fought a bloody war for eight years in which there were one million casualties casualties in the nineteen eighties. The notion that somehow Iraq is a natural satellite or or or or slave to Iran is wrong Iran has chosen to try to dominate that country and demonstrations throughout the central and southern part of Iraq. Over the last month have been against Iranian domination the Iranian consulate in Jeff was burned to the ground at the end of last year not by Sonny's he's not by Sunni jihadis not by Isis not by Kurds but by Shiites carrying placards yelling out to out for Iran. Get Out of our country and I think that that is absolutely right to suggest that Iran has gained more influence in Iraq since the demise of Saddam Hussein. I I guess I I'm just not that big a fan of Saddam Hussein and the and the stability that he brought to Iraq. I wish that the United States had done more in the aftermath of the wall. I think thinks that we I think that we failed miserably. In many instances I think it was absolutely fatal in two thousand eleven when at a time of genuine stability in Iraq Iraq. President Obama withdrew troops and really provided the opportunity for Isis. To rise up again. My guest Daniel Placate from the American Enterprise Institute. And I'm in Sokoll. He's the author of Iran rausing and Islam beyond borders. I mean how would you respond to all of this. Because we've got these tensions here between Tehran Iran and Washington and the Iranian backed Shia politicians released most of them in Baghdad. I support if not closer ties with Tehran. They want the the Americans out of Iraq. But don't the sooners and the Kurds fee for the Iranian intrusion in Iraqi sovereignty. I absolutely and of course sir. The APP is not only the president of the American so who'd be which are being the opposed to in Iraq but also the presence of eight onions there. No question Ah about that but at the same time if we know that the majority of the Iraqi population is made up of the Shiites and some powerful elements among the Shiites have got the value equals relationship and relationship. What they don't know in the meantime ago? The Iraqi parliament release the iranian-backed Majority Shia legislators I support the withdrawal of US troops Danny now given trump's ambivalence about the region and the fact that he was elected impact to get the US out of the so-called forever awards isn't a US military withdrawal from Iraq. Just what trump and many war-weary Americans want. Well it's kind of funny. Isn't it because we start off talking about the you know the Iranians and what they want and and of course. The number one goal is to get the Americans out of the region and that is in fact the instruction is that has gone out to all of their proxy groups. All around the region. Is You need to step up activities to get the Americans out. Then we've got the president of the United States. It's who dearest and fondest goal is to get American troops out of the region so so a couple weeks after killing Kassim Sulaimaniyah. We have this unbelievably in coherent bizarre response. Where we where we're doing exactly what the around him one let? This is what Donald Trump has to sort out. He has to sort out whether he's the president. He's the kind minded president who who leads in a forthright fashion against men like costume ceremony. Who Seek to destabilize the region and extend Iran's hegemony Germany or he is going to be the kind of president that like Bernie Sanders like Barack Obama wants to turn around and high tail fin is to the Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump's uh-huh Washington energy independent America Stein fought these endless wars danny well A? They aren't endless wars. We have lost fewer people in these. This was than than than we lost a single day in World War Two so while they are conflicts that have continued on and off to a certain extent. You know the notion Shen that we've been sold that somehow we've still got one hundred and fifty thousand troops on the ground and losing them at a rapid pace is just wrong. We lost six in Syria. I I mourn every single one of them but the Kurds lost eleven thousand in their fight against Isis. So what what. What is the reason? We'll tell you very straightforwardly woodley because every time we turn tail every time someone says let's get out of that bloody Middle East. Let's pay attention to something fun. Like Asia and you'd like that. Tom Would now but hang on your way but every time we say that we end up being dragged back because the dynamics in the region of the ones that bring us back we need. We need a long-term solution that lets us. Stay away for good rather than one where we run away. Anita did it come back every single decade I mean the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal Provided tyron with as much as apparently one hundred fifty billion dollar windfall. Aw and certainly many people who are skeptical of the deal side that the Iranian spent lavishly arming the Shia militias across the region. So what it was trump right to pull the US out of the deal and instead impose maximum Prussia built around these economic sanctions on Iran. I think he was totally wrong and and I can care. There has been a backlash president. Trump's would would you withdrawal has a basically a provoked said that on Not to really go for the for police. Speed to in order to rebuild that they have nuclear program and. I think you're going to really do that. And of course that also carries the risk of a possible confrontation from tation between the United States and Iran possibly Israeli attacks on Iran and that could easily dissolved in a regional warfare. That at the end nobody may may be able to control it Danny. Any I mean a lively debate. Thanks so much for being back on. ABC
"oma" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
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The next big thing in climate adaptation technology?
"We're looking at. How technology can help us adapt to climate change and reentering pieces from our series series? How we survive? Most of the San Francisco Bay area including a lot of Silicon Valley is right at sea level and in some cases slightly below. Most of that is barely protected by short dirt. Mounds called Pete Berms from the eighteen hundreds and scientists say in the future they are not going to cut it so sea level is projected to rise seven to ten feet by twenty one hundred. This is Leticia Grigny a senior scientists directing the resilient landscapes program at the nonprofit San Francisco go estuary institute we are in San Lorenzo California about thirty minutes south of Oakland at a place called the Oma wastewater treatment plant and we're standing right at the edge of the Bay so seven to ten feet were underwater right or at least a good part of us is molly. Molly might be seven feet. Thank you but but I'm definitely drowning so we'd have to replace these little berms with big engineer levies and we gotta choose if we're GONNA have them be smaller with beautiful slopes in front out of them with wetlands or big with steel. I'm here to visit a unique experiment. Researchers have actually built a smaller more beautiful version of a Levy B. It's called the horizontal Levy and it's the opposite of a big tall wall. It's basically a little two acre marsh with all kinds of different trees and in grasses on it and it's at the wastewater treatment plant because the plants need a lot of water. It doesn't smell the best but it's still nice like a little park with birds and planes flying overhead and you can hear a unique species of title marsh birds singing right now. All the title Marsh Song Sparrow found nowhere else in the world except here birds. Aside Marshes and wetlands are good at absorbing floodwaters naturally while concrete walls bounced the water back there are also expensive to maintain they might fall down in an earthquake and then those little dirt. Mounds just aren't tall enough. This levy is a different kind of approach. We have the idea of high tech. We really understand what that is to me. That's kind of very engineering engineering. It's similar to the steel and concrete sort of engineered levies that we see in the bay we also have landscape tech. We have these complex natural systems that are doing really important things for us and we need to take advantage of them and not think of that as something different than weird weird but this is just a new kind of tech and we need to use basically landscape tack to adopt climate change in addition to flood resistance the levy is also helping to clean leaned the wastewater surprisingly well in fact researchers say. It's especially good at filtering out the trace leftovers of medicine that people take Angela. PAREN- Tony He is with the University of California Berkeley. She's doing research on how well the plants on the horizontal Levy are able to filter the water. Naturally medicines pass through people's bodies ladies and end up in wastewater sometimes and It can be really hard to deal with those compounds when they end up in the environment but in our system everything seems to be the Transformed in some way and not for nothing. It's a crowd pleaser. Jason Warrener's general manager of the ORLA sanitary district he gives lots lots of tours of this levee project and he says it makes a strong case for a different approach to climate adaptation when people see infrastructure as part of their community. And maybe not something that looks analogous to park therein. They say yes. This is the type of infrastructure that we want to see. We don't WANNA see giant concrete rip grab levies. We want to see a natural system to that extent that we're providing a vision for people to see what see rise response might look like. It's been a great success. We need to improve. We need to make this less expensive and we need to make it do more. So the Levy looks good handle floodwater cleans wastewater the birds love it. The vision is working but it's expensive. You're talking about twenty five million dollars from Jerry Lewis the scientists with the story institute. We're showing the concept and set was now. We've got to engineer it so that it's billable and it's affordable and it's legal by legal means permits. Let's for this kind of project can be really hard to get the moment. This is
Industry is key to climate change fight, says UN industrial development chief
"This is Matt Wells at U. N. News the UN Industrial Development Organization UNIDO works towards poverty reduction inclusive globalization and environmental sustainability and that mandates crucial to the battle against global warming. That's the view of direct to general the young who spoke to you and uses marshy lead to discuss a range of issues from tackling climate change range managing the private sector's contribution to the sustainable development goals and you need those efforts to foster digital infrastructure across Africa he began by expanding the significance consider Mondays climate action summit here you and headquarters why it's so meaningful for UNIDO to contribute to climate summit because it is saying about thirty percent of the emission actually generated by the air industry manufacturing and also one third of the electricity power actually consumed by the manufacturing sector so this is as a con of reality a kind of challenge for the manufacturing future industry and UNIDO as on collision of course we promote manufacturing industrial development for developing countries but you walk kind of way is a big question question. Do we follow the traditional way footprint. Well we try to be innovative this. This is a water as I become digi of UNIDO twenty thirteen and we started with extensive discussion and a set up a new agenda agenda or mandate which is inclusive and sustainable industrial develop inclusive and share the prosperity already among all the people leave. No one behind for Industrial Development Sustainability is really green industry sustainability of industry manufacturing and a wichita focusing on the reduction of emission so we need to change shoot shoot traditional way of the consumption of energy and the traditional way of the producing emission and with new technology allergy with the new policy available for Oma States so that is our tasker a work now. I'm ver- happy this inclusive and sustainable industrial development become. SDG Go nine which is inclusive sustainable in that transition innovation and the infrastructure now. I'm very happy now. We moved ahead of his agenda. UNIDO creator lots of projects audience programs convenient function connected to the contribution of the Climate Change Agenda of Francis a we have a renewable Newell Energy Efficiency Program. This is a very big program for all member countries. We have the Green Industrial Conference. There's a focusing on the industry we have the Vienna and deform co-hosted with other partners focused on renewable renewable energy. I understand private. sector has been playing an increasingly important role in helping facilitate the partnership. How do you understand the importance of price activate in playing a role to promote initiatives work price as a partner one of the important potent group of partner of course Governmental Power Dilemma Financial Institution Academia and we we have a UN agencies or brother Sister Agency. We are the pound but why we focus on the private sector as as one of the important engine for you need those inclusive sustainable in touch association process because our program when we move ahead. It's connected to practice it. Companies it connected to the local community maybe stuff from individual farmers start start ups and also the big companies but via from privacy and also when we move ahead of his some of the program will I to generate more impact of the project because we create a job food agro-processing manufacturing activities supported youth to have jaw support a women to have Joel and and that is a big concept of the private sector and we are very happy we worked very closely with the Global Compact the the UN there the headquarters of the privacy at those big companies small company all of the world obviously Africa's still needing a lot of assistance from the international community in many areas including innovation and now it infrastructures how you need to carry Al this job in Africa of course innovation as always very dynamic without innovation. I don't believe this world. We'll move ahead. This science technology will be developed and therefore you need the operation we could keep traditional way of if to embarrass individual projects for fifty years and the we enjoy very much a conspiracy wet local community where however when we move ahead with this SDG twenty thirty s did you go nine it puts innovation air as one of the pillar and then how to achieve inclusive sustainable in touch as we through the individual projects. It takes maybe ten thousand miles road. If we use the innovator way support a country you start from industrial strategy edgy on the subsectors for a whole industrial sector us the human resources you the national endowment use the compatibility ability being billed there will be much faster the ten thousand miles road or be greatly shortened that is what what we are doing with innovative approach to support a country we created a PCP program for country Polish focusing on individual strategy did you industrial policy advice to the country based on the national priorities and infrastructure is so critical ago we say it's connected connecting it to rolled connected to electricity conduct conduct to water and those that concept of the infrastructure when we move ahead industrial development infrastructure stretcher must be there otherwise we cannot to the industry with all the water without electricity without transportation. It's not industry. Maybe go back to the farm meaning. They still need infrastructure. So that's very important area for you need to support we are not on sation was a beer funding for infrastructure but we add on Asian could provide advisory services advices for the strategy to develop infrastructure connected to our programs like industrial pumps ops integrated egger industrial parks and a special economic zones and we mobilized resources from those international development institutions from agency and from the private companies that Tis what are we are doing and one of the issue I just lied to to to mashing it to before conclusion and the infrastructure trickiest specially for the digital infrastructure now people talk about the industrial revolution but a EH connected to more than eighty. Maybe year ninety kinds of technologies but those technology will be run on infrastructure a stretch of road. That is a digital infrastructure we now advice those countries especially developing country poorest country least developed countries to setup agenda to develop digital infrastructure.
Presiding over Kiev's tourism boom
"Tourism is booming in the Ukrainian capital Kiev. Thanks in large part to the renewed interest in visiting the site of the Noble Nuclear Power Plant all of that is happy news for Kiev's celebrity mayor the former world heavyweight boxing champion Vitali Klitschko the rising political star of this former Soviet state sit down with a Europe correspondent Linton Besser in one day some training come come to our school and ask boys who wants to be the champion in boxing yes of course everyone stand up and we starting to train gene from beginning the coach told. I was tall and skinny. He's not good for boxing you. Maybe for swimming. I was really upset. All my friends was boxing and I'm not the young Vitali Klitschko refused to to listen instead. He decided to prove the China wrong it by the way I lose my pillow fight in boxing but the you me so much motivation to show oh my skills and fight and fight and fight and better result than my friends and actually I have a dream to be one day. The heavyweight wait champion the world as you former world heavyweight champion. Vitali Klitschko is now the mayor of the Ukrainian capital Kiev and is one of the most popular politicians in eastern Europe. What's more violent boxing politics boxing my shoe much more easy. You have one opponent. We have clear rules politics you have. I love opponents no rules and in boxing input. Eh ex-professional is fighting just three or four times. A year in politics is fighting three hundred sixty five times everyday. He's five Kiev is now experiencing an unprecedented surge in foreign tourists the heading toward on Ukraine not to sample. It's famous amos cheese dumplings or it's Borscht soup but to visit the scene of the worst nuclear accident in history and the nearby ghost city city of Pripyat. Actually right now is journalists attraction for many people around the wall to everybody know about strategy and many of people want to see the gust CD. Nobody leave their own radio thirty years to listen to the story ball. Oh Disease Strategy and the numbers of visitors right now around hundred thousand breer. It's been thirty three years since Canabal reactor exploded and I went to the exclusions on to report on the boom in disaster tourists. It was a bizarre experience wandering wandering around the city of built to service the power plant and now long since abandoned children all special Chernobyl is it's difficult to explain with water. You have to feel that people leave the house and after that nobody wasn't his houses also if you go in in the loop with date ninety eighty six because in Boston they explained with people you leave just fo couple of days and you come back and after that nobody comes back tally. Klitschko has a special connection to the tragedy. I was fifteen. Eighteen Journal will explode and father told the beat Reggie lease staying home. Please don't go outside. It's was actually officially officially. Nothing happens small problem in the autumn station but nobody expected how Hugest Brooklyn how dangerous FAW AW everybody an Air Force officer Klitschko senior was directly involved in the cleanup operation at the plant farther spent whole all summer and after that years later all his friends died we say God or father stay healthy untouchable from radiation radiation but ten years ago Lake Oma we bring to our father to the best specialist if they Leeson they wasn't your noble. You get wants to love to novel attack. Klitschko is now pushing for the two thousand six hundred square kilometer to noble exclusion zone to be used to house new solar energy fields to help shift Ukraine from its ongoing dependence on nuclear energy the era of turnover have to use a oh for solar energy and actually we have a Lotta companies who ready to do that the infrastructure there already built many in years ago but for nickel as you right now we have to change the green energy and right now we have developed his own as green energies on even while Ukraine fought a war with Russia in its southeast it continues to depend on Russian nuclear fuel for its reactors. Klitschko says Ukrainians Liens don't want to leave and Moscow's Yolk. If you want to talk about the conflict between Russia new brain the conflict gail political question. Shen because Ukraine don't want to be part of Russia Empire. We see off you share part of European family and Ukrainians were that tally Klitschko. Oh has his eyes firmly sit on his future as a rising political star of this troubled former Soviet state but when I ask him about his favorite favorite fights this still glint in the I I fought against many boxers ten and breaks Lennox Lewis. I have a dream always as a WHO drink to fight Mike Tyson but the wheel rid decided about Mike Tyson lose the title and my dreams Brock and you wanted to keep both years is much shorter than me and do the bite my ears to break up. Oh let's consideration as a boxer has to make. How do you keep your ears safe. If you're going to fight Mike Tyson there that was the mayor of Kiev in the former world heavyweight boxing champions retallack Klitschko the speaking to our Europe correspondent Linton Besser.
News in Brief 25 July 2019
"This is the news and brief from the United Nations U._N.. Secretary General Antonio Guitarist has condemned Wednesday's deadly terror attacks in Somalia that targeted the offices of the mayor of Mogadishu reportedly killing six government officials and injuring several others according to media reports the attack was carried out by a female suicide bomb and was claimed by terror group Al Chabala the mayor of Mogadishu Abdirahman. Oma Osman was one of those. Injured in the attack he is reported to be unconscious and Ju- to be flown to Turkey for treatment the new U._N.. Special Envoy to Somalia James Swan who had met the mayor at the offices earlier in the day described the bombing as a heinous attack heck that demonstrates a violent disregard for the sanctity of human life. The International Atomic Energy Agency I._R._A.. has appointed an interim chief following the death of Director General Yukiya Amano which was announced on Monday. Mr Romano who died at the age of seventy two had been ju to step down next much amid reports of an unspecified illness in a statement published on Thursday the I a stated that to ensure the orderly and smooth functioning the agency Cornel Furuta will serve as director general until a new chief seems office. Mr Fruita currently heads the I E as office of Coordination which is responsible for supporting the director general in areas such as policy. See External Relations with member states and strategy and finally Yemen and several countries in the whole of Africa region a facing increased risk of desert locust swarms threatening agricultural production during the next three months the U._n.. Food and Agriculture Organization F._A._O.. warned on Thursday the risk is being blamed on some breeding amplified by heavy rains and the F._A._O.. Says that it could affect food security and livelihoods in the country's concern.
"oma" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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Durant's 35 points carry Warriors past Rockets in Game 1
"Warriors. And the Houston Rockets are meeting in the postseason for the fourth time in five years and with Houston having never been victorious game one of their Western Conference semi-final series at oracle arena dubs hold on to win. One. Four to one hundred thirty five points per Kevin Durant, Steph curry knocking down a three pointer with seconds to go in the game that put the nail in the coffin. He finished with eighteen points, but he got into foul. Trouble finishing with five. Got one situation where ball is right in front of me. Impulses takeover. But for the most part, I can't be passive, but I can be smart and talked about a lot since game to the kluber series. Oma figure it out eventually the rockets James harden had thirty five points game to Tuesday night back at oracle
"oma" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"oma" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions
"We are doing the damn chapter of shame bug with them canto twelve. This is a chapter vote large. She Ryan Oma defying modern daddy. She. History. We saw monetary. She meeting. The potential of the law, which is scarred. Maya. Was the news reports we had seen so today. We are going to see. Instrument bug Wadham Cantu. L chapter ten. She wind bottle at the la- defy markan dairy. She. So let me say the supreme Lord Nara had arranged. This opulent display of his building potency markan diarrhea. She having expedience Luke shelter of the lawn. Seamark? India say whole lot hurry. I dick shelter. The soles of your notice feet will based off air looseness upon all who surrendered to them. Even the great demigods bewildered by your illusory energy, reach appears to them in the guise of knowledge. So yesterday when we were discussing about markan, diary, she and many asked. The divine. Lord, not for them to show him. They lose potentially Meyer, and he got completely bewildered by it. So he's now telling the Lord that I'm really time for you for showing me this now, can you please withdraw this and you've got withdrawn? Now here in this case, he just mentioned how important it is not to get carried away by the knowledge that you have. His he it says Maya appears to them in the guise of knowledge. This is a very important statement. Late so happens that normally human beings, they feel they know a lot. So when they meet someone else they've tried to ask questions in such a way where the other person can get humiliated or is put down off feels that his nobody he doesn't have any understanding. Nominee the questions by people is do you know about this? You know, the way it is put across it shows that outta guns and the eagle. Knowledge is not supposed to raise allergens in go. I'm in should not bring a person to the point where he feels that. He is far superior than other people. Maya is in the guys off knowledge. Those who think they have too much of knowledge. My is actually playing with. So next time, please don't try to show off in this world saying that I know this, and I know that. How does this work? Say first and foremost, it's the mean, the mardi the knowledge suppose you have name which is in many often. The king Queen on some kind of designation some people how designation Dr so. And so. Have you ever noticed? How talk in this world. Pride as they have done something. Great. In the same way that are people who have begun greater degrees. They also feel noy of themselves people who know signs could. They also feel that they have. A lot of knowledge. When I came into spirituality, did the first thing that ender stood was I don't have any knowledge about sanskrit. I don't have knowledge about anything. Because every book that I I have never read that book in my life, even this page, which I have opened this was for the fun. This is for the first time in my life. I'm opening this page. So do I know anything over there? I truly there is no knowledge over there, which I can give you because. Opinions his body the body is actually empty, so please. Remember, this don't ever have this pride that you are a very knowledgeable person. Knowledge is nothing but eagle, but remember this the more than is that you have the more egoistic you're going to become and that is where Maya please are parked very. It is always better to be humble. And not sure the world that you're not too much. And this leads the reason why he sees the illusion that he potentially appears to them in the guys off knowledge. The Goswami said Lord Rudra, traveling in the sky on his bull and companied by his consort with Ronnie Irani means part of a team as well as his personal associated obser-..
"oma" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM
"Racism and being a national security threat while comparing her to nine eleven terrorists. Meanwhile, the racist in chief in the office is apparently free to praise Neo Nazis. Hell obscenities at Africans dehumanize Muslims and smear Mexicans says, rapists and murderers. I may Toubon the Washington correspondent for Israel's Haaretz and the co author of the last Palestinian joins us to discuss his latest article at Haaretz Kosciusko tests defense and Oma as anti semitism storm royals Democratic Party. We will discuss how the Republicans are trying to drive a wedge into the democratic caucus pitting the new crop of progressive s- against the Alder. Pro Israel lawmakers who were quick to circulate a resolution condemning congresswoman Omar for suggesting that pro Israel activists were pushing quote for allegiance to a foreign country. This prompted a backlash from the Congressional Black caucus and other Democrats who comply. Plane of a double standard. When bigoted comments by the president and Republicans go on challenged arguing that Islamaphobia needs to be included for condemnation along with anti-semitism, then we'll speak with Jonathan missile professor of sociology and psychiatry at Vanderbilt University and director of its center for medicine health and society about his new book just out dying of whiteness, how the politics of racial resentment is killing America's heartland. We'll discuss the documented evidence that across the south in the midwest. Supporters of Donald Trump who have swallowed the Republican dogma against a Bama care, Medicaid expansion and gun control in the backlash against governance itself are literally dying as a result of the policies put in place by the politicians they support. Then finally, we'll get an update on the expanding number of investigations into Trump his family and his administration and speak with Lawrence. Douglas, a professor of law jurisprudence and social thought at Amherst college. He. Joins us to discuss the significance of Michael Cowan providing the house intelligence committee. With proof is testimony was altered by White House. Lawyers and speculation by the former head of the CIA that grand jury indictments will be unveiled on Friday by Robert Muller. And joining us now is a mere T-Bone who is the Washington DC correspondent for Haaretz. He is the co author of the last Palestinian book about Palestinian, President Abbas and his latest article Haret's is a casual says defends Ilhan Oma as anti semitism storm royals Democratic Party. Welcome to background briefing T-Bone, thanks for having me. And I'm interested in how the public in Israel. Sees what's going on Capitol Hill way. You've got the Republicans trying to sort of use a wedge issue against the Democrats suggesting that the Democrats aren't sufficiently pro Israel while men. Any Democrats are in fact, beating up on their their own if you will helping the Republicans divide and conquer it's obviously got Nancy Pelosi worried they've got an ambitious agenda, and it does feel like they're being sidetracked. So again, this country of Israel seems to really have get so much attention on Capitol Hill as an Israeli do you find that a little bit disproportionate? So first of all, you ask me how this is being viewed in Israel and the truth is these stories making more headlines in the US and specifically in Washington, then it is in Israel, mainly because in Israel. We have an election going on right now, we've got our own political dramas. There are polls coming every day in the parties are making statements, and we just had the prime minister go through a legal in the beginning of an indictment process last week. So, you know, Murray's not making a lot of headlines with regards to the second question of the proportion of the coverage and the focus on Israel and Capitol Hill. I think on the one hand be true that Israel for a small country so far away from getting a lot of attention on the other hand, you know, there was also a cold released today by Gallup about public attention of the American public towards Israel and the Palestinians, and you see that this is an issue that a lot of Americans has an opinion about Israel. Very popular with the American public. And so I think that also reflects part of the attention that on the one hand it either small countries are far away from working on the other end of many people in the US, whether it's been Jewish community, even duly Christians, the Muslim community and many other Americans do care and feel about this issue, and I can bits. Why keeps coming up in the headlines time after time? But in this case, it seems that pro is Mel sentiments being weaponized by the Republicans, and it's putting the Democrats in a situation where they sort of same way the metoo party. And my understanding is that the Democratic Party has its record. I think of loyalty to Israel is pretty unassailable. Isn't it? So for many years through most of the decades ever since Israel was founded, the Democrats were considered the more pro Israeli party. I think it had to do with the fact that the vast majority of American Jews vote for the Democratic Party, including in the last presidential election, and in the last midterm elections around seventy or more percent of the Jewish population voted for the Democrats, and that certainly had an impact, but this. Of the Democrats as the party that is more supportive of Israel is aerobics and changing over the past two decades. I would say, and and especially at an accelerated pace during the last ten years when we've seen a a right-wing prime minister in Israel Netanyahu have a consistent clash with a democratic president in Washington Obama, and then has some kind of bromance some people describe it that way with the current president with Trump with very unpopular on the democratic side, and that has contributed to a deterioration, and I think today in the Democratic Party, you really have a designed on on attitudes towards Israel. I think most Democrats still the majority of the elected officials of the party in Washington are supportive of Israel. And they want to have a good relationship with Israel, even if they have criticism of Netanyahu's government and his policies, but you also have a wing that news much more critical. And I think you'll. Hanno? Mario prime Representative of that part of the chronic party. The takes a much harsher attitude of criticism towards Israel. And specifically in the last few cases, also made statements about Israel's supporters in the United States that many people in the Jewish community considered antisemitic Orkney, anti anti-semitic tone to it. And that's what is causing this eruption. So the Democrats are I would say divided on this issue. It's not like twenty or thirty years ago when the vast majority of the party was in one position on the Israeli issue. Well, some of the criticism though of Representative are particularly coming from Steve Scalise suggesting that she's insane. She's an American, but he sent it effectively she shouldn't have security clearance question, whether she should have a security clearance, and I think West Virginia representatives also likened to nine eleven terrorists, this it seems fairly heated, you know, they're only three Muslim representatives in the US house. And when you talk about how things have changed attitudes. Have changed of the decades in lessening support for Israel in the Democratic Party. Is it also generational these congresspeople, particularly the ones that are being singled out, and certainly a casual Cortez. She's the youngest by the way. So is there something going on that intense of a generational shift? And if so Israelis surely should be worried about that. So first of all about some of the Republican comments, obviously, if you're asking for my personal opinion. I did not like what she said. And I think that she deserves criticism. But just like she has a right to criticize Israel without using you know, language that I think is exaggerated in and hurtful, I also don't think that her critics stupid compared to terrorist. Okay. I mean, there is we need to have a rational discussion about this and without using any kind of racist or anti-semitic language on either side. So that's just my personal ruined. That's why I'm not really going to comment on some of these stupid comments that were directed at her with regards to the generation of question. I think that is at the heart of the issue, we see in public opinion polling in the United States that Israel still enjoys the support or the sympathy of the majority of Americans and most Americans have a positive impact. As you go down, the age groups in the polling numbers, and you do see a change in how younger people view Israel in. That is true across all I won't say all, but many demographic groups the Jewish community evangelical community. You know, the the word the two communities that are most supportive of Israel over the years, and you see that even over there younger people are list supportive of Israel than generation of twenty and thirty years ago. And that definitely does raise concern in Israel. But the problem is that is really politicians much like American politicians most of them think about tomorrow about getting elected in the next election about the next headline will be about the newspaper and don't pay too much attention to train that will impact the lives of citizens of Israel fifteen twenty thirty years from now like what kind of support will be having the United States. And that's why this real problem with real challenge that Israel has with younger Americans, and especially people on the democratic side not being treated very well right now by these really government. And again, I'm speaking with a man T-Bone who is the Washington DC correspondent for Haaretz. He is the author of the last Palestinian a book about Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas and his light started Qatar. Razi's Cossio Cortez defense. It had Omar as antisemitism storm royals Democratic Party. So April the ninth. I believe is the election in Israel. How much is Netanyahu's? He's I wouldn't call it a drift to the right. It seems like a huge sort of look to the right embracing the party that was inspired by rabbi Kahane. I guess it's the reincarnation of the cock party. Right. Well, that was his party. So basically, what did he signed some kind of political packed with the most I would say the most far-right Parveen Israeli, politics and the true. This is the party was inspired by the racist and terror-supporting irib America, Honey. And at the time, the I would call it an earlier version of this party was banned by things really supreme court and by Knesset and. Netanyahu because he's very concerned about the right wing votes splintering in the upcoming election decided to encourage a different right-wing party. What I would call list extreme to take these very very racist and extremist activists and Putin under its swings. And he received a lot of criticism for eight both in Israel, and in the United States, even from some of the more most pro Israeli organizations in the Jewish community because this is really an unusual step for an Israeli Prime Minister in the past the right-wing party of in Israel, including recording meals on party. They rejected the the hatred and the racism of Kahane, and on the end of this very far, right streaming politics in the personally, I would share my own opinion. I started for the Saturday for our country when the prime minister instead of rejecting the kind of hatred decided to embrace it. And the reason he did it is because he thinks it will help him electorally on April ninth. Well, you mentioned objection across the board, particularly in the United States to this move by Netanyahu. Apec was also critical. They hosting him before the elections went at Netanyahu be out here. I guess what? In a few weeks. Yes with APEC. It was. I would call it a very delicate dance APEC has a policy that they never comment on internal politics. They don't take positions on that day support Israel government. No matter what I personally have my own opinion about this..
"oma" Discussed on What We Said
"Face moping, very like eastern medicine is that a real thing possibly Oma acne happens a lot of the time in the in Gialle line. You know, you can have an acne and other areas of the face that can be linked to other things. But yeah, I don't generally go based off of any kind of face mapping per se. Okay. Yeah. Good to now. So for people who cannot afford to get facials all the time. Do you have anything they could do at home? That would be like some kind of hacker like something that would be similar. Yeah. It's hard. Because a lot of the things we do in the office, we use machines and a quick moment. And there are things that you really don't have access to at home. But what I recommend a lot of the time for people who count for to come in regularly as come in. Once we'll do console. You know, give me a budget. I can recommend a skincare regimen for you based off that budget, and the we can include some masks and things that you can do on your own at home. I actually just did on Instagram. I posted on my stories on Sunday like a facial and added a link for the steamer that I use. And it's obviously it's not the same as an in office treatment, and it's hard because I don't really recommend doing extractions at home on yourself because that often leads to you know, like finger surgeries that can end in scarring and just mad news all around. But if if you can get a little steamer and do a couple of masks at home, you can at least get a little bit of the benefit of a professional treatment. Definitely that's good to know with extractions. What what is the? So if you're not supposed to do in extraction on a pimple. What's the best thing to do? Just let it live. If you have a cyst don't touch it ever nothing. Good will come that. If you have a white head like if few of lake up, pus filled white hoods, earnings gross. But I don't expect anyone it is life. I don't expect anyone to be like, yeah, I'm going to go to my job with a pus filled. Yeah. Pimple on my face. Yes. Grow said everyone wants to pop when they see it. Yes. So what I recommend is doing like a warm compress with a towel clean the area with alcohol wrap your hands with cotton. Make sure your hands are clean, and then really gently apply pressure like two or three.
Did the Wizard of Oz inspire everything that came after it?
"Not so much the way bomb put it together. Right. So I don't think it's it's so much the story that brings that up. Maybe certain cases, you know, obviously. Well, we'll have some pieces, and that was a piece honestly if we're already getting into. The first one. Well, that wouldn't have been my first piece. But definitely it's a piece where I feel like. This movie influence, so many other movies in its trope bean is like an in the fact that there's just so many like cliches one being let's see what I found. Oh, yeah. The part with a fight guards off camera. And then two seconds later. They appear wearing their. That. Okay. So that right there feel like that right there. I was laughing so hard on my mom kept looking at me because I was giggling and she's like. It's not that bad. And I'm like, what are you talking about a buck and love this? Right. That loving every moment of it every single time. I would giggle. I couldn't help it. And and that was one of them are like, oh my God. I believe and it was pulled off. So well, it's probably the best one ever. Right. And and it's great that you see that happen. So often in film, probably see that happen like sixty times. Yeah. Every every. Bunch of movies. Yeah. It's filled with those sorts of things. Uniforms into pull it right at the tail of that line right guards. Time. So yeah, any any I would say that my first puzzle pieces or sorry. What are we call them? The breaking apart pieces. We're we're still calling them puzzle. We're still trying to figure out how to specifically. Theme. These breaking it apart episodes. So then one of the pieces would definitely be how how the way it was edited. And just the way it was filmed it has influenced other films. They borrow from the style of it. And in. It's tro penis. So so it's like not specifically movie, but like tropes in themselves. Like, there's just so many of them, and there weren't tropes. Yeah. They weren't these cliche. They weren't when they made them exactly when the wizard of Oz came out is probably groundbreaking and all those areas, right? And now we've seen so many movies where they're like, oh, that's part. And you know, they're even like Rippin straight from it Oma, even where there's the Simpsons episode where the guards are doing the Ohio. Yeah. The the the witches guards, which I don't remember them wearing like show gun outfits. What would you say there are is that it's definitely of Asian? Yeah. Influence, right. Maybe japanese. You know what I'm talking about? Anyway, they're doing the Ohio saw. Oh, we and she's I mean Metallica Italian play that one of their one of their good songs. Take take them away to never never land. Is you know, that's taking it is.
"oma" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"If just ten thousand people did this it would add twenty-seven protective years to her life. That's politicos former chief political columnist, homophobic, Mike Pence had to swear in Kirsten cinema. The first out by sexual Senator in history on a law book and not a bible. He's uncomfortable. And she's having fun with it. This is everything homophobic, Mike Pence Oma for Mike Pence homophobes Mike Pence, look at that, homophobia, homophobic, Mike Pence. This is everything the American psychological association said APA has issued its first ever guidelines for practice with men and boys they draw in more than forty years of research showing that traditional masculinity is psychologically harmful. And that socializing boys to suppress their emotions caases damage in good news. Egyptian President el-sisi helped open the largest Middle Eastern cathedral earlier this week on the eve of Coptic Christmas. And finally, no. What we're watching is a group of grown bleep men with their baby children in room together. Dancing in a synchronized fashion. It's all sorts of. No. And I would bet good money that each and every one of those men in that room at some point during their wives pregnancy said we were pregnant, and that's what happened while we were away in two minutes or less. All right. So the wall stuff really to get to that next segment because some of it's gonna show up in our in in the truth bomb as well. And I think the way Aaron laid all of that out requires a comprehensive conversation one thing I do want to say about it. Now. Winded. Chris cuomo. When did Chris Cuomo become the voice of reason, the look on his face teacher? Todd has a question the look on his face when Don lemon, and by this was not an we'd let's not do to them what they tried to us last week. We're one anonymous chewing on account lost their minds than I still believe. I in fact, I need to believe is really the truth. I need to believe was a double agent of the Okasha Cortez political machine pretending to be conservative. 'cause I just don't wanna believe anybody wearing my uniform is this dumb. And it was just this one account, and then the New York Times nine liberal media outlets talked about how conservatives were pound were. Yes, we're incensed when most conservatives I saw were incensed that that account thought that that was a legitimate attack. That's what I saw. So let's not do this to them. I want you to know if typically unless we want to laugh, we do not we don't look at Don lemon is a serious source of information on this show. Right. This was this. There were several new stories about this that I saw my Twitter feed yesterday from various outlets debating, whether the the media ought to give coverage to a presidential address. Yep. Yep. No. I mean, absolutely not. And I can promise you. I don't I don't care what sacred cow on the right? It was if this was ever if this would ever be suggested in the future about a duly elected democratic president, my answer will still be a resounding. No, we're not having conversations about whether we give the American people a chance to communicate directly with the person they via their own majority elected to be their duly elected president of the United States, by the way is an unrelated story. Why don't they take seriously? Todd your thoughts..
Ariana Grande Almost Slips During 'thank u, next' Performance
"Arianna. Grandes crew hired a wedding planner to build a wedding set, a frail wedding says was unbelievable. It was a crazy performance. Yeah. Those cool during the performance is pretty cool. She only did two passes of it. No prompter. Lot of words. No prompter in rehearsal. They only did two passes of it. And then during the actual pass with the audience she stumbled a little bit like she gets up on a chair at one point. You have to watch. It's on your DVR. Is you have to watch it on the show? Let's play a little clip of it. Let's here's a little thirty second clip of listen to the first verse of Arianna song. Thank you. She gets up on a chair, and she kind of falls a little bit and recovers laughs in the song with the two with two singers on with her finishes it and because we are not live. We say if you want you can do it again, we think it's kinda sweet and genuine moment fun. And I like I'm good each time in rehearsal when she stood on that chair. I was like why is she getting on the chair? She's got these incredibly high heeled boots on a rickety. A wedding chair. Yeah. But it was really sweet. And at the end of the song, she does a little Oma to her favorite movie, which was the first wives club.
Cigar-Shaped Comet May Actually Be an Alien Probe, Scientists Suggest
"It's Hawaiian it might have been of artificial origin. The object is ten times as long as it is wide. It was traveling at one hundred ninety six thousand miles an hour. Oma maybe a fully operational probes sent intentionally to earth. By an alien civilization. The paper reads again Wednesday getting here if this if this was from some obscure online university, I but these these are allegedly smart people in here. It's all it was here last year. Thanks for listening pass land anywhere. It didn't make a splash in the Atlantic. No, no. It was just it was a reconnaissance mission. It left our solar system in January of this year, a Luma Oma. Yeah. Sorry. I brought this is being discussing again. Yeah. Okay. Here's a here's a story for you. You'll really like this one, I'm Shannon, his wife. Stella have owned a Donut city in seal Beach, California, most of their lives. I think they were refugees in nineteen Seventy-nine. They have worked together for decades every morning, they they make the doughnuts. It's time to make the doughnuts again at their Pacific Coast Highway shop well one day, she had an aneurysm. She suffered an aneurysm the store owner says she's alive but weaken in rehab now. The store's regular customers decided to set up a gofundme page for him. But he declined he said, no, you don't have to do that. We appreciate it. But instead because he said, no, thank you. The customers have endeavored to help Donut city sell out every day. So the owner can return to the rehab center to sit with his wife. He says she's writing and she's talking and she's just starting to eat something, and he's so grateful the shop's customers have sent out newsletters word of mouth there on social media. And they're saying by dozens. At a time. So he sells out makes his money earns his money, and then he can close the shop early and go see his wife. Beautiful. Thank you for the uplifting story that story. People are good and they're eating lots of donuts, and he gets to go see his wife. I love that absolute Susan can you turn up the switch for us. Yeah. We're we're Swoosh Lewis. All right.
"oma" Discussed on KTRH
"All over him. There is blood everywhere. Quentin Tarantino's house and his wife is a nurse. Drinking good coffee, and he knows it's good coffee and his wife is a nurse. And if she comes home. Is she comes home to see all this? He's done is goose is cooked. They've run out of time. Marcellus Chillan next to the pool with Oma Thurman. Sip in history acting like there's nothing wrong. And there's jewels all upset screaming and hollering. Finally. Marcella says what you want me to do. I'm sending the wolf. Oh, that's all you had to tell me just go back in and chill out wolf away. Well, I'm assuming y'all had figured out by now who is. If you knew that Houston, independent school district, and the thousands and thousands and thousands of kids that go there and the millions and millions and millions of dollars that you pay every year for this. If you knew that everything had gone wrong, and there were racial problems, the blacks and the Browns were fighting like cats and dogs. One of them was hiring their superintendent. And we got the black guy Brown black guy the Brown. Y'all and racist, you're racist. Toyota's. And it was going back and forth back and forth. And you're thinking, oh my God. This is like a third world country. Who's the one person what can come in? Solve this problem. Though, the board did not answer questions congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee spoke with reporters in their apps saying that the public should accept the trustees apology and give the board a chance to reform it self. Sheila jackson-lee said, quote, I think they are owed a great deal of gratitude and appreciation what turned this board. I think was their recognition of a higher calling of H I S D ended head to be our children. I'm just glad to know our kids are going to have good schools again. Because the moment I realized let Sheila jackson-lee had shown up at the school board meeting. And that the black superintendent had been put back in and the Brown. Trustees even though they make up a majority because they did a little coalition with Asian even though the Browns have been mound into submission thought. Well, there's gonna be a lot of tension. There's going to be a problem. But when the calming influence, a Sheila jackson-lee arrived. I said to myself, there's the wolf. There's the wolf dissolved me cleaned up this autumn van and you remember the scene where the wolf takes the car to the to the impound, and he goes for breakfast with that with the daughter of the owner because they have a relationship that. And I said we got the wolf. If the wolf has shown up if if the school board is not talking to reporters, but instead sends out Sheila jackson-lee. Debris comb to the person's..
"oma" Discussed on KGO 810
"Start Morgan hill, forty eight San Jose, fifty two sunny in San Francisco and fifty seven fifty eight in Antioch. And partly cloudy and Penn grove inside Oma county where it's forty four. The side of the warmup begins today and in the weekend. We're going to warm things along the coast into the seventies upper eighties inland. I'm Armstrong and Getty on K G O eight ten and streaming online at Caja radio dot com. Now Armstrong and Getty on KTLA, eight ten. Crew. I'm I'm going to root for the final four as they have won the brewers eleven straight games. They have they haven't won a league title in thirty nine years or something like that. I've been to Milwaukee Brewers games at their stadium stadium their old stadium. They're beloved sausage races. Consumed quite a bit of Milwaukee's brew as well. Not there. I was a child when I saw the brewers will. I'm just saying in general, but true. Yeah. Absolutely. Yes. I am the man who made Milwaukee famous drinking age was eighteen when I was eighteen spend some quality time in Wisconsin. And I used to have Wisconsin accent. I remember when I moved to Kansas and people make fun of my accent. Apparently went away. So obviously, Kanye west shown up the White House was the topic of conversation for your late night shows. The number of them took a shot at making a humorous comment upon that sounds like a late night joke off to me. Will grade the jokes in the low grade getter will be banned from comedy for life. Today guys, President Trump met with Kanye west at the White House. Told me ten years ago that Trump and Connie would be meeting at the White House. I would have said oh my God. Because president..
Next Radio on now; and music licences for podcasts
"From central London, the latest pod news. Next radio. The radio and podcasting conference is on today in central London speakers include Omni studio, a cost and a number of independent podcasters nature. In the week, we'll link to videos from the event. Dax has been named as distribution and monetization partner for America to point to a new political drama, serial to be released on September the nineteenth ADT security and Geico have signed up to be its first advertisers. An article in touch about music licensing for podcasts is linked to from pod news dot net today, interviewing Byuma Stemmer the Dutch collection agencies. Good news. There is a music license that you can buy to use music, bad news. These Bouma Stemmer licenses only apply to music that is aimed at the Netherlands. If you're online radio station will podcast is successful internationally. He'll have to make separate licences abroad. They ask goes on when loading music mccown always arrange that for you because we do not manage the rights to the recording. It's not as easy as it looks all through podcast. Mike clue. Oma also looks back at a dozen gaze of podcasting, Manouche Zomorodian and Jen point profiled in the New York Times promoting the second season of zigzag for
Autumn Calabrese discusses how gut health can affect mental health
"A mental health podcast. So I wanna talk about mental health as well as physical health. How do you find the physical health. End mental health intertwine. What do you think is the connection there? Oh my gosh. They're bound up around each other. And so often I see that we want to separate them and there just is no separating them. I mean, I could go on forever about this topic. That's been super important to me lately because the biggest thing is our gut health. And I think that term it's sort of new in the media, gut health in what what it means to not everybody really understands are like, what does that have to do with my eating? And obviously there's your micro bio, that's the bacteria that is living in your gut that determines the health of your gut, and that is fed by what you eat there. Certain things that obviously eat, there's food sensitivities that play a major role in it, and most people don't realize that the majority of our serotonin is made in our in our gut in her stomach, not in our brain. So depression, a lot of people are assuming, okay, I'm depressed. It's coming from my brain and that's not from what we're learning the front. Always the case could be that your gut my Oma. So off that you're not producing it in the right levels of serotonin. I mean upwards of seven. Eighty percent of your serotonin made in your gut. So if that's not working right, you're happy hormone isn't getting produced properly. So that leads to how you're feeling. I experienced it first hand us about two two and a half years ago. I started having some serious issues. I was losing weight rather quickly and didn't know why I hadn't changed anything about my eating or anything about fitness. I fell into a depression. It wasn't super severe, but it was definitely there and I couldn't figure out why because everything was great in my life. And I was like, why do I feel down and blue when I should feel on top of the world? And it was kind of like a switch overnight. Like it just kind of came out of nowhere, and I kept trying to claw my way out of it and more and more symptoms would come. But the the anxiety in the in the mild depression, just sort of were there and like the weight gain with sort of go up and down. And then all of a sudden I lost my muscle definition wasn't coming through the way it used to anymore. Despite how hard I was working out, felt like there was an elephants sitting on my chest constantly, and it was two years of searching for. Answers. It was two years of seeing some of the top specialists in Los Angeles and them telling me that it was in my head and that maybe I just needed to talk to therapists that there was nothing physically wrong with me. And I kept saying, I know my body, this isn't right. I know my body. This isn't right. And that's one of the benefits of being in tune with your body and really knowing it. You can identify like there's something going on here, and I was literally at the end of my rope in about to give up and just assume that this is where I was going to be all of a sudden like, maybe this is just what happens when you hit thirty six and thirty seven years old. It just doesn't work the way it's supposed to any more. And then I go back in a day. I refuse to believe that I hate like I've always said age is just a number, and that's not the case. If you take care of yourself and I'm taking care of myself and I looked up a natural Pathak doctor, and I finally went and saw the unnatural path. And I sat with her for two hours and I told her all of my symptoms and the long and short is we discovered I had severe food sensitivities, and of course it was the foods that I was eating every single day multiple times a day, severe food sensitivities, eggs. Peanuts to flax seeds to all men's, which are all healthy foods unless you have a sensitivity do and the amount of inflammation that was in my body. And in my gut, I had leaky gut because of it, which meant many particles of my food where leaking into my bloodstream, which was causing problems. And on top of it, I was basically what was considered malnourished my vitamins and mineral levels had plummeted. I wasn't absorbing any of my foods. So while I was eating healthy food, I wasn't absorbing the nutrients of the healthy food. So I had no b vitamins, which is why was exhausted all the time. Adrenals were completely tapped. Come to find out. My zinc levels have plummeted in your zinc is responsible for your testosterone, which is why muscle definition wasn't there. But all this stuff that was wrong with my gut was the problem. So it wasn't a chemical imbalance in my brain that was causing the anxiety in the depression. It was the inflammation in my stomach ended eliminated those foods. And again, it wasn't an overnight fix. Although I did start feeling better about three days after is eliminated the foods, but then it was a very long road about another year of. Of feeling my gut of, okay, those inflammatory foods are out. But now I've got to get my vitamin levels back off and glued Amine to heal the gut lining and adrenal support and all of that. But the crazy thing was is that is soon as that all got under control, anxiety lifted the depression lifted the happiness returned, and I'm not saying that that's the end all be all for everybody, but everyone's different. And there are obviously many a times where there are chemical imbalances in things like that, but the food support your body. And if we really stop and think about what food is for, you know, it's not a reward. It's not for pleasure. It's fuel and its information for your cells to everything that we put in our mouths tells our body how to behave. It tells ourselves if they should repair themselves or if they should die off, it tells are inefficient replenish your if we end up with acne, tells us it helps set our Circe Ian rhythms. I mean, everything you put in your body tells yourselves what to do. So if you're putting in things that don't support that, then those cell. Aren't going to function at the optimum level, and then it's just a matter of, okay, we'll, what are you going to get? What is your symptoms going to be? Then how do you deal with it? And then ideally it, yes, find your target and then go after it. There are the top foods that the people always say, okay, you can try the elimination diet in that is, you know it's sugar and corn wheat, and dairy and gluten. And so white. In those usually like a top six say, that's a great place to start. The problem is is if you miss one thing, it still doesn't get better than for me, I would have never, probably eliminated eggs. There might favor food in the world. I probably would have never eliminated Ullmann's. I mean, why would I think that would be a trigger but they were off the charts. So if you do an elimination diet and you still don't find your answers. The next thing to do is to get that blood test, and there is a little bit of confusion sometimes of like, what am I doing prick test or my doing a blood test and it's the blood test. Mine was the Elisa food panel test. It's not the one to determine if you're going to have antifa lactic. Doc, that's the prick test. It's the one that's going to look at the inflammation levels in your body and say, this causes inflammation. This does not. Regardless of what caused you to have that anxiety and depression, you still had those feelings, right? You still had that feeling of on, well, that feeling of that sitting on your chest, did you also work with a therapist at any point to kind of work through those feelings? I did actually, there wasn't Kerik has that I was working with for about six or seven months, and she was wonderful, and it was great to go in there and talk to her and by no means trying to sound like true or anything like that. But I'm very aware of what my feelings are. I'm very aware of what my emotional triggers are in very aware of the things in my past that don't sit well with me and that I'm working through. So for me, it was like a little bit of a hard. I mean, like I said, I went in and I would do my therapy sessions and guess it was great to top, but I was like a for me. I didn't feel like even when I was in those nations, it wasn't that I didn't feel like it was helping. I, I knew it wasn't the root cause or issue, and it wasn't the cure and it wasn't going to make it better. Does it feel good to. Go talk your problems out. Absolutely. And for some people, that's exactly what they need, but I just intuitively knew that mine was happening on a cellular level inside my body. This therapist can help you deal with those problems in those feelings when you get them, but they can't necessarily help get to the root cause if it's something
Mike Golic Jr. talks ESPN and the NFL
"Really excited today to talk to one of my favorite people in sports media. He doesn't unbelievable job. It's hard to actually turn on ESPN radio and not hear it went one AM when it's eight AM on it's noon. I, I swear. There's some days there where he goes for like fourteen straight hours. It's really, really impressive. He's Mike Golic, junior had an outstanding career. Nerd aim was in the NFL for a while and guy. I got to know a little bit gosh along time ago. Now, at this point, Mike, what's up, man? How are you. I'm doing good Ross. I appreciate it. Man. It's been. It's been nice. Listen, the one thing I learned and know Frank Verduci a mutual friend of ours and former coach brought us together for one thing I learned from you. Basically, everyone else in footballers can do, and I'm sure that no matter what I'm doing a lot. So it's a lot harder for ESPN to fire me if they ever start to get wise to that start to think otherwise. Yes. So give me the breakdown. So are you still doing like the cold first and last still? Yup. So I got first and last four to six. AM the last month has been sort of weird because you know in radio, the summer is not really a big ratings bonanza. So they tell everyone take their time off, which means that I end up doing it a lot. So I get to fill in for dead and trae on golick a window when they're out. I've been filling in the Dan lebatardshow for us on ESPN which is ten AM to noon eastern to one eastern. And so I kinda just find myself in a lot of different spots over the last few weeks of the summer and. Try and make myself useful man opportunities. There are few and far between so you make sure they're, they're dot apart woman. I have a six AM radio show, so I got crazy respect for you having a four to six show, but are you not? Are you not on golick and wingo with your dad and trae every day anyway. Yeah. So I do two hours with them every day. I go that four to six for me. It's so radio there. So I got two hours by myself before they get started. And then I go over there with them for the first two hours of their show sort of bridge that morning gap, you know, dead and Traer both, you know, fifty five plus year old guys.
"oma" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"And she said I had worked on my arm, and she told me if I would take a penny, go to the crossroads town, rub that penny Oma warts and throw it over my shoulder and not look back the next day. The would be gone and she swears she's four. She's gone now she did. Penny didn't save her. She she outlived the penny, but she's four the next day? Yeah, my grandma emigrant others. A smart lady smart, super smart lady. She ran the records department for the Richmond county board of education for, I don't know, fifty years. She's smart lady. I wonder if people are going to try that now, I don't know if you've got works. Go try it. I mean, that's now that's best some Buddhu kind of crap going on right there. I was like this stuff always kind of scared me like there's some. There's some things in in in the theory world that I don't wanna really mess around with. I don't. 'cause I, it's out there man. It's out there like we did a show in San Jose, California, this this theater was Bill one we did last week. It was built nineteen four. It's always funny when I go into these old old theaters because the people who introduce themselves the managers and stuff, their first words always and it's haunted. They always, they always say it's haunted. I'm like, what show me? I wanna see something, you know. But we were doing a show last year in Hera, Oklahoma, Dan Merriman, and I were, and that was what they said. And in fact, I heard from them today, great folks up there at state theatre and heroic la- Homa and they said it was haunted, and we're sitting there and all of a sudden all the buttons on the soundboard just started moving and she said, shut it down town. Go home down to go home. She said, I don't like that kind of stuff, and I don't like that kind of stuff either. So we're not going to hear. No, our show she, she sent me a message today. She said, well, I'm sorry, you're not doing the show back at our place. You're going to shawnee at the grand casino. So yeah, we're going to be the grand casino November seventeenth. Schone Oklahoma, we just close by there, but they're great folks there. The. Shawny also haunted nights a casino say how much money you use looking for something to blame on it. But no, here's the thing. Here's thing. Here's the thing. We're all over the map. Get kids immunized, don't send it now. I don't wanna get back on that, but don't send us a bunch of mess. But I wanna some that back and just say, you know. So August as immunization awareness month. And that's that came up today when I was in clinic and I was like, oh, that's good to know those good to know. So there's lots of good information out there. I'm always been really, really trust the CDC if you've got questions and everything. Some you guys might send me some questions and stuff, but I'm not the expert. I just, you know, I know what I see and she knows I'll come off like, I'm an expert. I tell you what I do know I know several experts in that field so I could always ask them. But anyways, Yep, huge proponent of that and get your kiddos, ten, eleven twelve. I think it's ten to twenty forget what the the twenty forgot how old but go and get that HP vaccine. That's so important. It's helping to prevent cancer. Who did they talk about making that like legal, you had to do that? Wouldn't that a discussion that Rick Perry had has governor of Texas? What was the story he? He did it, and I think because he did that that really kicked back a lot of parents from wanting to do it because he was mandating it. I don't think that's the best thing to do. I think the best thing to do is be sure that parents are educated and they're reading the right information. So I know Australia did a really good study on it. There. And lots of success there. There's not. You're not gonna find a lot of side effects. The biggest one is in pain at the injection site, which is almost all of them. So is that a medical way of saying, it hurts to get the show it hurts when you get a shot..
"oma" Discussed on Pod Save the People
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"oma" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"Pda's disgusting if it's like during the day in your in a spot where it's like walking down the street your starbucks your mall whatever it's like get the fuck out of my face pda outside of a bar two in the morning i'm watching because they might just fuck little good of where's this going to go see the end of this move if your wife is down you might as well stick or because thrilling good right right developing so but it's an interesting point like we think about love in the movies portrayed as bradley cooper making out with like oma thurman and next to a lake with lawns and that's not what love and real life is like love in real life manifest as to overweight hispanic teacher teenagers making out in the union square subway horrible acne sweating they've got neck hair you're not bothered by part it was a very specific instance what day was this summer you can hear them making it bothers me bellizzi was like they were eating peanut butter it off each other it was disgusting going by i'm having you finally be able to long time i think working on this day because i've heard you like trying to work as a bit of leaving finally rundown would have been the place it was worth it we're very well good that's the end of the rundown been weird ride yeah we're going do and ask show but i feel like we got we covered the best best run.
"oma" Discussed on KGO 810
"That hitting on oma thurman he made woman thurman a megastar with all those those movies so skill bill movies and then the of pulp fiction who was him a while he and tarantino made her a superstar i mean she went from being an actress ichikawa no two one of the most mean pope fictions on every fifteen minutes like the frequent shawshank redemption of of violent movies i don't know man i don't know what's going to happen to that guy but whatever it is i i i don't think it's going to be enough right away yes he needs to go i am really do i think so yeah there are truly snowflakes in the world and i will admit that sometimes i am one of them i will also admit that i'm prone to violence if people call me that so i don't know what that makes me gets his great story about uh you know we're always worrying about peanut allergies and putting it in movies are making jokes about it right there's another allergy out there that somebody made fun of a now the snowflakes they're all in a dander that's next traffic from the children autobody traffic desk new crash her cupertino south to 84 wolf road it's in the centre divide traffic's heavy from 85 and stays that way into downtown san jose also have an accident as you travel over the snow grade northbound six he near the chp truck scales that was already very heavy of course from south mission up to valid see those and still have an accident for downtown oakland south eighty before 16th avenue with traffic backing up to before nine eighty a new accident where one had just cleared on your way into san francisco north 101 at before to 80 so traffic starting to back up by a two thirds street behind that and traffic atas san francisco's heavy now from hospital curve not bad it's lighter than it usually is uh and that stays that with stays heavy out to treasure island crossing the baybridge judge and tonight is going to be chilly so bundle up we're going to be down into the low authorities in many locations nice and sunny tomorrow back to the '60s did you could attract reformed time to get a new phone switched to sprinted get a new samsung g eight for eight dollars per month or a note aid for eighteen dollars per month with sprint flex lease furry into your local sprints door visit sprintcomunlimited eksi or call one eight hundred.
"oma" Discussed on WGTK
"Gee i swear i go on social media just makes me so tense it's like watching cnn i i may just get off of social media i'm reading neared a newsweek headline the members of the the bully boy little keaton jones who gave that video peel about being bullied well now they figured out that his dad is a white supremacist with white pride tattoos now is that the little boy's fault while i was in splendor we punish a child because of the the actions of a of of of apparent i mean it's just it's just so bizarre you know i always love when there are moments would we could recognize that we don't have such anger you know joe biden the vice president under barack obama's that somebody with whom i would never agree with and frankly i was always worry though because i think he's a pretty powerful politician he would have probably made of more attractive candidacy than hilary but biden son bowed died of geo blast oma the same kind of cancer that megan mccain's fathers senator john mccain is facing senator mccain back in the hospital this week they had a moment yesterday mega mccain is now one of the host sean that abc talk show the view and biden and mccain started well they had a very emotional moment you're thinking about brown almost every day and i was told khiari easier but the eu cultivate the tools to work with this and live with this i.
"oma" Discussed on WLAC
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"oma" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Saw a video appointed oma fantastic cable show that everyone should watch because i i find these little clips around where a person was asking all these college students about socialism and they were all four it and then when they were asked will you know how does that really work they had no idea they just knew we had to be good why not my point how what i'm wondering honestly we don't portugal go anywhere on on the topic for another goal but i really wanted are giving real now what a no he you know you've got to college he then a little question like i don't know who would like hungary and he invited paul right now currently and they don't have a clue dinah agri light go ask them who the who the now go ask them who the city that is the capital of the united states is named after an a large percentage can't tell you which is why i have my issue with the taking down of confederate monuments when a huge number of the people in the united states cannot tell you the two sides that fall the civil war how in the world do they know who's on that horse they had the people that are calling take it down hold up without you got it probably fake hope tree had match it here pell i think we need to stop allowing the death non profit and our public oil pol pot are awful you got it thanks jennifer have a great weekend oh i can we we could assume was plug yes you have a tv show yes all of the jet as eu make mr megahy stutter i'm gonna go to al wait wait i'm going to give all your tongue lashing way back when his tv show so thursday nights at nine o'clock on the alabama i'm a cable network oca which is owned a spectrum that used to be charter anywhere now bounce that one little town if you have it you can see a thursday nights at 9 o'clock general eighty and we go to al there were gonna take a break and then we're gonna have over the land calls the highly esteemed highly multiple award winning host have made their way into the they just drag and when they can they think they're like on fox news.