32 Burst results for "Orissa"

"orissa" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

05:52 min | Last month

"orissa" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Thursday the twenty eighth at seven thirty and also it's gonna rerun during the week as well and Every every week is going to be a new episode teen. I don't know how many doing yet but right i have. I have ten ready to go. So is it's going to be. I do the thanksgiving episode to. It's gonna be tough on and is it subscription based on the phrase. It's absolutely free. It's absolutely free eventually. You're gonna see commercials never right now if you go. And now it's not like orissa's but you he by a commercial if you want. Why don't you do that. Why is this off the cuff. That's me please thank you so i have the drive anymore. I don't need to do the same. Semi rate card allies. I definitely you know. Send me a record. I advertise you. Know what i gotta tell you. I don't know what a recurrent is p-a-k card advertising and then basically different kinds of advertising display. You know whatever. Legal on the subway with those i the record. I'll send you information. On what rate card is and then you could put one together and send me a right guard on your advertising. Thank you so much i will. Well it's been great. We've got an hour and a half. I think it's time to wrap it up Anything anything else you wanna talk about before we think about it now. Thank thank you very much. Like i said nothing. I wanna talk about it. I just want to thank you for having me on and And thank you. For being on our podcast. It's a pleasure to have you on a pleasure. You know happy as a friend in and continue to a success. I i i would definitely love to see big things happen for an in food. Big thing in the in the food television parade. A lot of people are doing that now. The food show stuffing with you know i. I know it's a very competitive field but us is the funniest one out there. Or why. I said..

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"orissa" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"orissa" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Re- lanterns whole 'nother level right. You know what he class i. I like death stroke. Allot you read. The original bible resi notes awesome of you know but don't see a lot of daredevil versus galactica discount. Well there was that an mate. What if it in my life. Twinkie i think the showcase at some of the worst tendencies. This rider is this why we were hemorrhaging readers but hey what did you think this. Two page splash man. We got six editor's notes. I do love those editor's notes on two pages. Six editors de as cool down that the last time eclipse so i think showed up in green lantern. What eighty six twenty seven one ninety wine when you know seem like the predator carols masculine side and of course we have to mention action six. Oh one gaas cabin doing. Because that's the only thing that happened in action comics kids anyway. Well yes so. Did he just fly by tom's house. You know like all believe carol here. Oh wait i. can't you know just so we can get into the story because again it's like it was like again. It's like oh merely indecision in your own. No not is still rocking. That oregano got it. That even puts the g. on his helmet. He's almost brand name. When he's on the fly mid battle shredding out eighty deflator is the the predator possesses. Orissa toshi again gets building a bazooka shot in the back from terminator. Don't throw so well you're just like oh my god what is this it it it.

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Facebook Reveals Most Viewed Posts to Rebut Claims Its Rife With Disinformation

Kottke Ride Home

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Facebook Reveals Most Viewed Posts to Rebut Claims Its Rife With Disinformation

"Partially in response to the regularly documented fact that the posts garnering the most interactions on their platform every day are from biased sometimes misinformation lead and sources facebook announced that it will be publishing quarterly reports showing what content actually gets the most views overall therefore what is seen by the most people not just interacted with the most. The first of these reports came out yesterday showing public news feed content seen by us-based users from april first. Through june thirtieth. The report includes the top twenty domain sources link posts pages and general posts despite the fact that new york times reporter kevin russa's manually run twitter account that posts the top performing link posts in the us on facebook every single day based on interactions shows folks like ben shapiro and sean hannity. Making it into the top ten. Nearly every day neither of them made the cut for top views in facebook's official reports orissa's data by the way comes from facebook's publicly accessible analytic site crowd tangle so both of these are official numbers they're just looking at different data sets the top viewed content across the whole platform hasn't been publicly accessible in this way until this report instead of the some of the sources that reuss has found are interacted with the most everyday the number one top viewed domain source of all non facebook content shared on facebook. I am very happy to report as someone still mad at facebook video for reasons. Too numerous to get into now was youtube. The number one domain being linked to on facebook is youtube others in the top. Twenty are the usual suspects like amazon. Go fund me tick tock twitter. Google docs and some news sites like cnn. Cbs and quasi news sites like the daily mail. The most widely viewed facebook page was unisex which is nice pages like the dodo lad bible and again. The daily mail also showed up in the top twenty

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"orissa" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"orissa" Discussed on Back To Back

"Turned eight and i was just like man like dang like ten years old and making music i started at eighteen. Oh it's credit. Don't even get me started on that man. I mean or like last year you know. I had more kismet on the show here back when they were fifteen. And you know and it's it's insane. I mean they're starting so young now. And i mean to be fair. There's more technology and resources now right. So i think it's it's maybe a little easier to dive in. Is there anything you miss from those early days. Like the innocence of it. Sometimes i feel like now. I know too much about production if you know what i mean. Yeah i mean is it kind of like in a way. I mean i at least felt like at the time when i was starting you know i would spend a day two days three days. Whatever in the studio. Like making a sound because i still like i could make a cool unique sound or something like that and i would you know and it will come up something and now feels like there's just so many millions of sample paxton sounds in every possible thing you could ever want to make like. I still do spend time making it but like i don't know it's just everything is like nightmare. Sample facts and i'm going through is pretty sick like you know. Yeah there's tutorial videos of like how to sound like nightmare and it's like good orissa's you're watching them. Yeah this.

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Powerful Cyclone Batters Eastern India

BBC World Service

01:40 min | 6 months ago

Powerful Cyclone Batters Eastern India

"Go to India now where powerful cyclone has torn into the east of the nation, with reports suggesting his killed several people. Cyclone yes, intensified into a very in face severe cyclonic storm yesterday and hit the states of West Bengal, Orissa and southern Bangladesh. Well, this is a second cyclone to hit the country in a week. After cyclone telltale killed more than 150 people. Now this comes as India's already struggling as we know to deal with this Kobe 19 out, Blake. We're joined now by Advantica Go Shoes, journalist with the print in India. Um, And she's also the author. Billions under lockdown inside India's battle Against Cove in 19 Morning to you, Thank you very much for joining us. Avantika tell us if you may What the latest is with the cyclone and the kind of damage it's wrought. Good morning. So you know, Four people have died in the two Eastern states off West Bengal in Orissa. Some two million people across five states have been evacuated over the past few days on D. You know, some investigating all about 10. Million people were affected in order, sir, about 1 28 submerged Villagers, so they the state government is trying to get help to them. But the immediate timeline that they're looking at, by which time they can't reach this 1 28 villages is eyes over the next week, perhaps And it's after help reaches that the you know estimate can be made of how many people have been affected. How many casualties on all

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"orissa" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

The Alchemical Mind

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"orissa" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

"Is Number, one, the more literal meaning right. Don't be satisfied with stories how things have gone with others. So, for example, starting a business is a good example of this. You want to start a restaurant. Restaurants are good example, because a lot of them fail I think I think the failure rate for a restaurant is is well over fifty percent might be closer to seventy percent. the failure rate for a new restaurant. So. Let's say you want to start a restaurant, right. And it's your dream, right? I love cooking so having restaurant. Be Awesome. I love cooking I. Don't WanNa a restaurant though. But you open a restaurant. In Your Life Tree you. You went to culinary school. You've worked for other people's restaurants for years and you said that's enough right. I WanNa have my own restaurant. I'm a great cook. Have Great Personality so you know people will love coming there. I'll have friendly staff Oba. But then you start doing research like. Seventy percent of restaurants fail. Maybe maybe I shouldn't do this. Right because what if I fail? Remember this this is fear right you're you being afraid of something? That hasn't happened yet. So you have nothing to fear, it's not here yet. Right, this is difference between concept imagination. And Trust me. I'M GONNA. Go very deep into that when I talk about. One of my favorite parts of focus meditation and my favorite exercises, which is Stereo at a hand. We're GONNA. Talk about imagination in this regard. But seventy percent Orissa's fail. You know I want to go put my restaurant here. Because there was a restaurant there before, so you know the equipment is there. But but the restaurant was already there. WHY THE FAIL! Right was food bed. Was There Chef Ben? They have that serve his if I best service if I'm a bad chef. Right all these things that you do to prevent yourself from from following your dreams right from doing the things that you.

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Charles Jeffrey on What Its Like to Be a Rising Designer in the Midst of a Pandemic

The Business of Fashion Podcast

07:25 min | 1 year ago

Charles Jeffrey on What Its Like to Be a Rising Designer in the Midst of a Pandemic

"Charles. Where are you and what are you going I'm currently in my heart. Nur's apartments I've actually moved into his place because he has more space. Um so basically in Dowd's like just a stone's throw away from the station. accommodated his living room. And we've got like a work a workspace. Something both share because he dispassionate as well as he's sort of like making horses labout round. How is your day? Different now I guess it's it's more routine actually I guess because I have to kind of use the routine for insanity so I kinda start my day a lot earlier than I used to. I got like half six now and then I try and do some sort of exercise in the morning whether it's running or doing some method plus the online thing each day which is very interesting of. It's it's very much more routines day. on it's very much united communications back and forth he Zoom coal like this one feels kind of no conflict. Normalize destroy away. It's weird so how many people in your team you in constant touch. So we're now including myself for team of the five We'll do meetings with me and my core team. So may I mean some And then meetings with mine designer Donyo trading designer on Do meetings with all of us. Which is my other colleague. Chris who heads up sourcing without breaks assists NAMBI in production. So we'll do them in kind of you know the different kind of sets. And what are you actually working on together? Well it was a show It was a collection We still are kind of working towards Drops for staggered now. So vesey The June shows of being canceled on. There's something happening in September are so we've kind of got this thing. Cold like an emergency collection which is very much more reduced collection of around fifty pieces Which is around half of what we usually do and Which is working towards that. They're just like you know He says that the buyers when he trusts or things that we know who are Turnaround turnover of a good margin sites. So yeah we're working towards that it's a it's again. We're still doing the same amount of work but it's just It's just not as intense. I may sense to timescale. It sounds like it's more pragmatic though in a way that what? What do you anticipate on the other side of this that you will need to have will need to have sort of signature pieces? People feel comfortable with eclipse. Amelio you think similarity is going to be an important thing rather than you know the shock of the new that that you kind of specialize in Orissa arrested time. Yeah I think so. Toying between what feels right. See Note you want so dream in escape and feel sort of You know inspired by things in times of crisis then at the same time you. The Up is kind of weird. Moral feeling regulatory wants to become chauvinistic or Sort of Mambas in times like this is the idea. Something Beings millier. I mean you can think of Single nine about sales or like this collection at sort of weird double thinking that you have to have. It's like do people want to see that on a buy things. It's pretty weird. We're time will this does it. You know this is. I think this is going to be the question at that That people one of the questions that people have to cope with is Am and I find myself by law about it with with people is is do. Is it escapism or engagement? That's going to be more important. Immediate Future's fashion when when this is over Bearing in mind that there's a lot of This going to be a lot of attrition. I think it's going to be very very. It's going to be very very hard for a lot of people back from this reality. I'm what's your what's your feeling about them. All I think that in this time it's very much about sort like connecting with the customer. The follower on the fan of the work that you're doing just being authentic them and I think being very personal like I think beforehand. I was very much about so building the brand being loverboy into more kind of global concerts not so individual so that more scope for people to sort of engage with it but now it sort of feels the complete opposite like I feel more inclined to myself on the forefront and be like this is me. I'm Charles Jeffrey. Mrs My lover boy and misses me and this is what I'm about a year and you know I wanna get snow you. You're in the myself out there. Not Waiting I think that there's something really important about that. I feel like it's something of collecting sort of individual pieces or something has been touched felt by the designer Donna. This is feeling a lot. More personal is what's going to happen in the future. So into them intimacy ashore. I mean there's an irony in the fact that the collection that you were in the middle of shipping was you'll collection we actually really did reach out to the world Were consciously thinking roared manual. You'll frame of wrestling speaking him to you. So you have very clear. Customers say that you'd quite matches fashion that you would do as well as having the cultists in this was this is GonNa be you. Will you will address to the world. Ironic was being in right into a juice to a sort of S. Yeah I mean thinking about how were sore from distributing the collection when after the sales season the different pieces that was already large range of equal buying from all those different sort comes. You know there was not much as a smooth Killed Dresses and then there was a customer service customer. Who is buying? It was embroidery crazy puzzle pieces in the cultural reasons. And I think that it's Dowie talking about releasing the question will focus is now doing on our e commerce so that is our own personal platform again. I think it goes by being a bit more intimately. We can control. How old on Sir Schultz in? How the presented? No I think it's it's whether it's going to be in line with a shower has a different treatment to on the websites know whether shoots the more sort of a minded way. I don't know it's it's an interesting is interesting of change

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Non-Animal Origin cell culture supplements and manufacturing aids for biologics manufacturing

Cell Culture Dish Podcast

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Non-Animal Origin cell culture supplements and manufacturing aids for biologics manufacturing

"I wanted to start today by asking if you could give us. A definition of non animal origin. Is there an industry wide understanding the term? I would love to give you a definition for animal origin or industry-wide definition off for animal origin. Free or known anyone origin unfortunately there is no industry wide definition and there is no useful or clear definition provided by the regulators typically provide you a definition for animal origin but not for non any minority with that in mind what are the distinctions between primary secondary and tertiary levels for Armando origin so the the temps primarily they're attached level non anymore origin or animal origin. Tree these terms are used to what people try to distinguish how far away they believe. The actual origin is for instance primary non. Anyone origin will mean is something which is not directly derived from animal. Secondary on animal origin would be used when you want to say okay. Here's something for instance. Last Produce Feminization and feminization media did not contain any animal arch material for instance recumbent insulin produced by bacteria. And if I may use the recombinant insulin as an example for tets sherry animal or if that could be used when you want to say okay he is pro insulin which needs became instantly and by an enzyme and this enzyme that I'm using. He's a anymore origin and be Also is not coming out of temptation. Which had an arched material in these times are not Foley defined? So if you read about these terms you want to make sure that you really understand what the author or the user actually wants to tell you. Thank you for that. That's helpful as a basis for discussion. I was hoping you could also clarify advice for for listeners. Why is animal origins? Should be concerned in the cell culture. Realm let me start with. Why animal origin a concern animal? Origin IS CONCERNED. Tubular. Typically from sound are adventitious agents coming with that any material. Dr However other concerns for instance dicap- Religious concerns allow kosher concerns around the origin. That could be lifestyle concerns shifting but we can waive LS cheese our topic. However these could also allergies. Are ause topic for France's planter. I've proteins but they major issue are adventitious agents which could be so Nautica so they could cross the species barrier from the animal to the human to the patient and cause disease that patient These competitions agents might viruses for instance SARS rabies virus that? I'm known to cross the species barrier or a protein based agents like the the priority causing tse pse other concerns are related to the supply situation. So getting anymore origin raw material. Importing that into your country could be associated with restrictions likewise she ever media produced which contains enormity died might also be import-restricted into the country. Where your customer sitting with the got to the Cell Culture? There is an another concern. And that is these the cells the MAMMALIAN cell Kashem might be susceptible to such viruses. And if you are robbing a off you wished you're on a buyer actor unachieved conditions. You need to tightly control your by rector and a virus might have a whatsoever effect to yourself. Kasha and from that point on your cell culture would not be regarded as GNP compliant. We talked a little bit about the fact that there isn't a regular trade definition of non animal origin. But I'm hoping that you could share with us. What the regulatory view on animal origin components is the regulatory few on Non Amit components is of course that this is the preferred situation It's regulatory person you would like to avoid any more mature whenever possible or you would expect that any moment you to comply with all the patent interrelations with the gods to non anymore materials and there's a regulatory person. I feel that as much as I appreciate it. I always see cautious because I don't want to any wishful thinking and due. Diligence is always required. Aren't those non animal materials? Don't get blindfolded around the documentation. You truly want to understand why this material is known in Mauritian so keep your eyes open. Keep Your Mind. Open work with the suppliers as closely as possible to truly understand when they talking about non animal origin. Is that exactly what you want to half what you think? Non Animal origin is to avoid any begrudge. Any confusion and at the end may terms disappointment. I also feel like it was worthwhile when you're auditing Uranus to question the the animal for non GMO origin situation and to make sure that you're suppliers are in fact producing S. You wish them to that makes a Lotta sense and I wanted to switch gears a little bit here and ask you work if you could talk about which products in your portfolio or non animal origin and also how much insight you have into. The manufacturing process of the supplements might be started out as being composed of animal origin. caused in the old days. A lot of people just Sourced components from produce them from Sarah. In the meantime. I have as a new wave. The recumbent supplements which Humira he formerly Serem source erm contributed. Mansell so for instance. We asked the using feasible when Sarah more in the hemisphere we have At are commonly such as transferring or at Newman or growth factors to just a few incident on all three and also on the on the side of the manufacturing agents in the days feeding relies for instance on core sonnen tricks. In the meantime we have a complete fool of which we friend Aries greats manufacturing AIDS is something that is typically subsidized on the supplements but it's really Orissa. Supplement manufacturing process ends on the collection of this recumbent. Enzymes is labeled as said prime recumbent supplements and everything in my portfolio. It's Dunston said prime. 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"orissa" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"orissa" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Thank you. She got so excited she passed down. Ma Orissa hit you guys. I knew I was so excited. You got so excited. You push the Mute Button. Got So excited okay. Well welcome back so you got some good news talk about it so I just found out that I'm pregnant. Which is super exciting. Not told like anyone but you guys okay. Ten minutes okay. Yeah okay no one knows but on top of that. I just got offered a spectacular job that I'm super excited for So it's like a lot of energy all at once and not really sure how I'm gonNA handle it all but I'm just super excited and it's exciting but oh my gosh. I don't even know talking to you. Guys Oh my God. That's the bigger the three. I'm kidding but the thing is you don't you don't know how to accept all this exciting news. You're pregnant with a child and you're so excited and you have a new job that you're excited to take but I tell what all you have to do is sit there and go. Well I deserve all this and then move on and enjoy it so I don't think it just enjoy it's good. I think the hardest thing for me is accepted. Like wow service but no you deserve it. Go out there and enjoy swimming. It's good and I love to love hearing that people are getting good. News and good things are happening for you. You know what even in this weird world where we have the walls crashing down seemingly from time to time and we have you know viruses and we have politics with. We still have great things going on. And let's not forget. We have all this stuff going on lining.

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Jeff VanEvery (Cayuga) Part 1

The Storyteller

09:29 min | 1 year ago

Jeff VanEvery (Cayuga) Part 1

"Today story takes us to the streets of Buffalo New York where Jeff learned to work hard to support his drinking and partying. He didn't consider though the high price is family would pay for his addictions. My name is Jeff. Every upper cougar from the six nations Indian. As a little boy I was taken to church. Don't remember a whole lot about going and learning the word of God. I did learn how to take the offering money and use that to go to the store. Buy Candy once. I realized that my family or my dad that dropped her off wasn't wasn't gonNA come back until after the service was over so once we realized that it was just a matter waiting for him to pull away from the church. I'm you run out the door. And run to the star with their quarter and back done ever saw a quarter went a long way. So you can get a good amount of candy for that but You know growing up in. I now live in Buffalo. New York was shot. It was Kinda diverse. You know you had a neighborhood. She had the Italian neighborhood to head. Puerto Rican neighborhood. Step Black neighborhood saw being a native in the city is is a little rough because of the prejudice that goes on. And you know you're kind of torn of WHO YOU'RE GONNA follow like in high school me being a big guy. They would always ask me about. Who Said are you on and our strike. While I'm mad at anybody said you know and if you didn't take this I decided we'd get mad at you 'cause it was always a black and white thing as far. Orissa the racial tensions that go on and I didn't really like being put in that situation. I have kicked out of high school in the eleventh grade and basically wandered around for a year. Because you couldn't take td class unless you are out of school for for a year. So the year there was just a lot of Running around and partying intimidate that. Go on to get my ged. I did go onto truck driving school but I never got a job as driving a truck because he wanted to years over the road experience before they would allow you to To drive so that didn't work out. I became a certified welder. Want to welding school and get my certificate in welding and didn't even really get a jab welding either. Harissa was hired as a machinist. It wasn't until after that I did get a chance to to go to a company and to get to get more wealth than experience and got into the Union but I you know I realize you. The job said I had had many and But they were to support my my drinking habit which now I realize is Is An addiction. Because it's not a habit. It's it's an addiction that has control over. Not only you but your whole life and It type. A bandaged said that the world public sizes and makes everything look Lake it's it's a good thing to do and and look back now. I realized that it wasn't it was the wrong way to go but I was doing the things that that my father dead. My father worked at General Motors for thirty five years and he was an alcoholic and he wasn't always always there and I learned to To drink into parody into high tincture my parents at an early age. Because I I left. Home Managua's fifteen sixteen years old and I mean a lot of a lot of time and a lot of empty spaces in between the things that I did until I got older. I started out working structural steel when I was sixteen years old because they lied on my application and the reason I did that why so I would get into the IR work in industry and make good money because what the good money you have. More money to to drink and party was so it wasn't hard to do today. Found out that I had lied that my application and they let me go did sports. I played basketball under swim team. I played football street hockey in a neighborhood. And these these things here which glorified and and Sports. Today's that they are basically and worked Drinking and partying and after the game everybody costs to the buyer and drinks and if other a winter our loss and it was a win. Because we're a pretty good team and Lacrosse. And so we had a lot to celebrate but after at the Party was over the celebration was over. rushing really over for me. I just continued on and continue drinking parody and then during the ten said that the party never end what debt a lot of a problems came up because not only ruined relationships but it also ruins families and You know these are. These are some of the things that go along with that that you're not really told us because it's so glorified into world pet. You know real men drank and work hard and party hard and in how many. How many women did you can score? West is all glorify too. You know that that's what makes you a man but I did get into working into bars because six three. I was three hundred and fifteen pounds so I made a good good doorman and being a doorman. You're you're open up to not only thing set our into Bardem sows as far as Drugs and alcohol and women and these types of things. You're put into a position where your feelings are tying to master over by alcohol and the things that are going on around here For going to life and going through these things and I know road debt that I now realize as they wrote of destruction and that's exactly what it does. It's a destructive way of life that we as as natural people don't don't WanNa realize until most of the time it's too late I Did meet up with the woman eventually. married and starting not to have children so when. I was thirty four years old. I had done a lot of a lot of things in my life ahead a lot of different experiences in my life that I did But we're going into bars and and being a guy who you get drawn into a a little more I Got Into Basically collecting money for people who are owed money. I rather gestation. Her robbed a couple of gas station derived about when in their tissues in my size and my strength to basically strong-armed people to give meter money. It was getting to a point in my life where I was. I was feeling unstoppable and and it was either Me Killing somebody or or me being killed myself but really what had impact it was when my wife now which we were we weren't married. She should last me because of my lifestyle for drinking and he anger work. That took the kids and laugh. Can She just told me? Flat out that this isn't achieve and she didn't want our children to be around and You know I looked at it and I said well meeting can tap and before she's left and come back soon as things calm down. I went right back to the same things that I used to

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BlackRock CEO says it’s time to tackle climate change — starting with coal

Environment: NPR

04:09 min | 2 years ago

BlackRock CEO says it’s time to tackle climate change — starting with coal

"The world's largest asset manager is putting climate change at the center of its Investment Strategy blackrock overseas almost seven trillion dollars in investments the founder and CEO made the announcement in his annual letters to clients and chief executives of the world's largest companies. He said blackrock will exit. Investments that present. Hi Sustainability Related risk. He also said the company would launch new investment products that screen for fossil fuels. I asked Larry Fink about his message to investors who might say. That's all well and good. But you're not maximizing my prophets well in the United States blackrock as a fiduciary has to live under that mandate. That is the Orissa rules in the United States that the number responsibilities maximize return this is one of the reason why the United States is actually behind many places the world that places sustainability much more prominent. We've also made a statement that we believe in a sustainable portfolio will outperform or indeed. We'll maximize your profits over a long period of time. Their real questions about how you define a sustainable portfolio for example you've announce at blackrock will sell out of all companies that get more than a quarter of their sales from thermal coal. That still still leave some of the biggest coal producers in your portfolio because they do a lot of other things too. So tell me about how you made this call well. Coal is a very small component of any investment universe verse. It's a very small fraction. The principal standard most people use as a standard a fifty percent less. We brought that down to twenty five percent less. But let's be clear Cole is it represents a small component of the investible universe. I think the other things that we announced creating more products more indexes that have sustainability is a key characteristic. Because it'd be a lot more important that whether we invest in in coal companies that have twenty-five percent less of the revenues and coal. The key characteristic is making sure that more and more investors use sustainability as a metrics to look at investing and we we will create the tools. We will have the tools to help people guide that climate activists have staged protests outside of Blackhawks headquarters. Members of Congress have urged to do more. Tell us about why you're making this decision. Now we're doing this on behalf of clients. I have not done this with the idea focused on any activist groups or any other voice we are a voice to the investors. Our job is to be speaking on behalf of investors and I wrote this letter not as an environmentalist. I wrote this letter as a capitalist. was there one event or conversation or news story that really flipped the switch for you that made you think this is a moment. We have to fundamentally changed course now is really the sum some of all my conversations in every part of the world with our clients and witnessing their questions about this and it really became very clear to me as somebody somebody embiid and finance for forty four years. Very clear to me that we're at a point. Now where more and more people believe in the science of climate change more and more people are worried about their portfolios and how their portfolio is going to be performing over a ten year horizon some cities that have consistent problems related to flooding or fires. Those cities are GonNa have a harder time financing their debt over a long horizon. I raise a question about the role of a thirty year mortgage in areas where climate change could have a serious impact over time. Would you adequately issue a thirty year mortgage if you can't get proper private flood or fire insurance and so this is how we believe. We're seeing capital changing changing. If more and more people believe that climate change is going to impact their evaluations of their portfolios they're going to shape their portfolio. That's going to have less risk. We want to design better techniques. Better analytics to help our investors and how they hey can be better prepared for the eventuality of physical change in the World Larry. Fink is founder and CEO of blackrock. Thanks for speaking with us

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Diablo 4 outed in ad for Diablo art book

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Diablo 4 outed in ad for Diablo art book

"Diablo four has seemingly been leaked by an art book advert this is hi gene by Matt per slow blizzard advertisement in the latest issue German magazine Game Stars similarly leaked the existence of Diablo four a full-page advert on page twenty seven just issue of game star featured a segment for the upcoming the art of Diablo hardback book which is due for release in November the description of the book reads featuring over five hundred Orissa Ebola one two three and four on the picture has been strictly dating twitter game started selfish reported on the advert on its own website the article explains the magazine will be available to purchase a tumor twenty-third from over twenty thousand as of writing Diablo four has not been officially announced it seems unlikely will win the next two days this could however be mistaken the Edwards copy typos have it all the time however copy those are rigorously checked before being set to print is

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The Rookie Pilot Who Was Ready to Give Her Life on September 11th

Retropod

04:32 min | 2 years ago

The Rookie Pilot Who Was Ready to Give Her Life on September 11th

"Eleventh two thousand one Lieutenant Heather Penney waits on a runway at Maryland's Andrews Air Force Base. He's ready to fly that morning to commercial airliners crashed into the World Trade Center towers in New York. A third flew into into the Pentagon. A fourth hijacked airliner seemed to be hurtling toward Washington. Penny had a simple mission. Stop Stop It. She didn't have ammunition missiles though she didn't have anything to attack the plane with except her own plane so that was the plan penny and her commanding officer would fly their fighter jets straight into the hijacked jacked. Boeing seven fifty seven penny was one of the first generations of female combat pilots in the country. Her nickname was lucky she grew up smelling jet fuel. Her father other flew in Vietnam. Though she earned her pilot's license in college at purdue she had no plans to join the military. She majored in literature. She wanted to become a teacher but something else was also holding back a career in the air. Combat Aviation wasn't open to women aw in graduate school that changed and so did everything for Penny. She signed up immediately. She would would become a fighter pilot just like her dead in the fall of two thousand one penny was just a rookie the first female F sixteen pilot ever at one hundred and twenty first fighter squadron of the DC National Air Guard on September eleventh they had just returned from two weeks of air combat training in Nevada. They were sitting around the briefing table. When someone popped in with news of the unthinkable couple a plane had hit one of the World Trade Center towers in New York. They assumed it was just some. Yahu in assessment when when it happened to the second tower they knew the situation was different much different it was but in the monumental confusion of those moments it was impossible to get clear orders. Nothing was ready. The jets were still equipped with dummy bullets from the training mission after the plane hit the Pentagon word came almost immediately of a fourth plane taken over by terrorists. It was clear that someone I had to fly weapons or no weapons Colonel Mark Sasseville Barca Penny lucky. You are coming with me. She climbed in and rushed to power up the engines. She didn't have time to go through the routine checks on the plane nor did she. You have time to think about the fact that her father now a captain that United Airlines could have been on one of the hijack flights the the crew chiefs still had his headphones plugged into the fuselage as penny nudged the throttle forward he ran along safety pins from the jet as it moved ahead soaring into the air. They strategized how to hit their target and survive. They hadn't of course ever trained to bring down on airliners but their chances at ejecting just before impact were slim. Penny believed that if they were successful in their mission this would be the last time she ever took off penny and Sasseville never had to complete that mission after flying for hours the two learned learned that United Ninety three had already gone down not in DC but in a field in Pennsylvania the passengers on that flight who learn from loved ones on the ground about the other hijacked planes were willing to do what penny in Southville were going to do anything they fought the terrorist Orissa forcing them straight into the ground penny and Sasseville flew the rest of the day clearing the airspace in escorting the president looking down on the country changed forever.

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Bitcoin and Bitmain: What You Need to Know

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

07:49 min | 2 years ago

Bitcoin and Bitmain: What You Need to Know

"If you guys aren't familiar with Pitman Pitman is an extremely extremely large company. That's produces that pretty much had a monopoly on still do to it to a degree developing as minors so vitmain had created and patented D- a hardware process known as a sick boost and that increase the efficiency of bitcoin miners by twenty percent that means that minors owned by Vitmain Maine held a twenty percent advantage over other miners which many felt was unfair because it was a patented process now as a boost was rendered third pretty much useless with the introduction of bip one forty one which was <hes> which was the introduction of Segregated Witness Aka segue but that didn't happen happen until August first two thousand seventeen all right. That's not until <hes> bit one forty one was implemented and push live on August first two thousand nineteen or two thousand in seventeen. Excuse me now <hes> so prior to that there was a huge problem in the community about the block size debate about a sick boost and really had nothing to do with blocksize it never did it was all about mining profits. It was all about Batman. It was all about a boost so <hes> this whole debate played out as I just said about blocksize oxide but it really was about mining profits so at the time bit main and associates control about thirty percent of the hashing power and Seguin activation so so forbid one forty one to be pushed live needed a ninety five percent vote from the minors and with Bettman and associates staunchly opposed. There didn't seem to be a way to get it to move forward. We didn't see <hes> we didn't see how we were going to get segregated witness. In which was largely agreed upon was the move forward <hes> because <hes> the one forty one would allow what introduced segue and what allowed all of this would have disabled basically rendered a boost useless <hes> also introduced phase two applications or layer two applications which allows for things like lightning network in it also increased security and helped improve transaction malleability so so a bitcoin unlimited had existed inside the bitcoin community and it was a huge part of this as well <hes> bitcoin unlimited was developed I- bitcoin unlimited was bitcoin cash before bitcoin cash was bitcoin cash. <hes> bitcoin unlimited was running the bitcoin core protocol. It was bitcoin but they had their own clients. So if you guys know like a client is when you're running bitcoin core that's a client that's a wallet while it can be generated from a client or independently <hes> but there's always a client. which is you know how how how <hes> information to nodes are broadcasted cast how information from noses received et Cetera et Cetera? <hes> governs guard governs consensus in all things of this nature <hes> signing of transactions transactions <hes> so <hes> you know bitcoin unlimited had existed for a while on their own now bitcoin unlimited was always pushing for bigger blocks <hes> they were they threatened fifty one percent tax on the bitcoin network <hes> and <hes> and heart forks they wanted to move bitcoin down a different path than a majority the bitcoin developers so as I said this was bitcoin cash before bitcoin cash was bitcoin cash so segment was already accepted the idea of segue and and and the way the blocksize was was already and layer two applications was already accepted by many in the community early two thousand seventeen <hes> and it was an upgrade so so so it was an upgrade to the bitcoin protocol I A- voluntary soft for to increase the blocksize yes increased the blocksize <hes> fix transaction malleability and as I said allow layer the two applications like the lightning at work so we were at the stalemate with bitcoin unlimited you know pushing and pushing and pushing for bigger blocks and threatening chain you know a chain split and with <hes> you know with with vitmain using a boost and having that having that be a big problem so you know a lot of people thought we are at stalemate. We didn't see how we were going to get out of the situation situation and a lot of people thought that God forbid it might even bring the network down this was a huge problem huge ideological divide for those of you who are not in the Bitcoin community who do not keep up with in the depths talk about with the with what miners talk about for those of you guys who just exist on exchanges and look at price. You guys have no idea like what a big deal. This was like this <hes> ah this was huge this was huge absolutely huge and had the potential to to to fundamentally caused a huge good or negative to bitcoin on the protocol level so <hes> in a pretty brilliant stroke <hes> Shaolin Frye who is a bitcoin developer. He introduced bit one forty eight. Uh onto the get hub march two thousand seventeen now what one forty eight proposed or implemented is that it would cause nodes to reject blocks mind by minors if that minor was not signaling for Segue was not signaling that they were gonNA mind segue blocks so after August I if bit one forty eight was pushed then those refusing coming to mind segue blocks would be wasting electricity and would be out competed by those that would it was basically a ticking time bomb on and this is this is when the <hes> this is when the New York agreement it happened <hes> this was a closed-door meeting to those who are basically bitcoin unlimited sympathetic to figure out how to resolve the one forty eight power play so this is where B. Two laxer s two x concept was birth where it was agreed essentially that segue would that they would agree to implement segue only if they agreed that they would double the block size to two megabytes within six months or else they were gonna hard work right so again always with the threats <hes> so this was a counter powerplay to to bet one forty eight power play now there were a few problems with us namely that the code to do this to do the two megabyte upgrade the do the two megabit upgrade was not written and had six months to be I developed created tested and implemented conversely the original segment proposal one bit one forty one have been developed for about two years and had been rigorously Orissa stress tested this is things move slowly and bitcoin because they're good they have to be stress tested so <hes> bit main published. A blog article titled U. A. H. H F a contingency plan against AF bip one forty eight on June twenty-fourth on June fourteenth. Excuse me two thousand seventeen <hes> this hard fork plan that they actually talked about did eventually actually happen and that was that eventually became bitcoin cash but basically that blog that manifesto states that if one forty one if one forty eight was activated to protect minors who chose to mine nonstick with blocks on that they would just fork and make their own make their unchain which they did do and it was bitcoin cash so I wanNA give a big shout out to James Hilliard who is an unsung hero of two thousand seventeen. He wrote the code to make both the s two x proposal and bit one forty eight compatible via bit ninety one one so as we know the way that this played out is the one forty one was successfully implemented which was the original segue proposal the original intent of bit one one forty eight was actually not for it to be activated <hes> but it was it was meant as a power play to coerce miners who were who were colluding with Vitmain who are who are profiting from A._C.. Boost our those affiliated with them to signal support for bip one forty one which was segue on there was a power it was a power play a beautiful stroke actually to evoke change change in a productive manner and move the Bitcoin Ford from this gridlock and it worked and here we are two years later August first the second birthday of at one forty one and unfortunately the legacy of Bitcoin cash so happy day to all of my bitcoin is out there we did it. We won and technology prevailed and Bitcoin is stronger than ever and and what this really means so if that story didn't really mean anything

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"orissa" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"orissa" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:03 min | 2 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Much of her at once. Wow. Is she hot is? She one case Orissa, by the way, one best Academy Awards. For the movie of the same name. I do believe. Yeah. I remember her show. She's to have the doors statia and she'd come out, and she would sing case or Asra. She didn't she didn't sound anything like that that take. We just heard from CBS news. It was a little bit a little bit rough. She was married a number of times too. So. Another legend goes away. They're making a move your see you saw the previews over this. I only saw the still shots of it. But this Judy Garland movie that's coming out. It's called Judy. And it comes out I want to say at the end of the summer, and Reese Witherspoon, she looks just like our lays duty Carlin, and I don't know. Yeah. I don't know what kind of cosmetics. They used their prosthetics, but she looks just like, Judy Garland. But it's the the rise to the fall L and what a fall though. Yeah, they tell the true story of that. Well, I I'm sure it will be Hollywood is so it, but it if you have a chance just go put in Judy movie trailer. It's phenomenal. Does she do the singing to you think? Yeah. I it sounds like her. Wow. I know they can do a lot with studio creations, and they can you know, to anybody. Right. But but she looked so much like, it's it's horrifying scary. It really is. Hey, every once in a while usually when there's a mechanical issue or something like what the seven thirty. Eighty seven Boeing maxes. And all that stuff. We call. Jay Ratliff, our aviation expert. Right. But he's a big guy and advocate believe for that. Consumer Bill of rights to the the passenger Bill of rights. I wonder if he's going to have anything to do with this. I'd bitchy he will it would be interesting to call him and find out, but this is just here's a case where a passenger was treated so poorly. Midflight the passengers almost caused a riot on the plane. Exactly. Right. But you think put yourself in this situation. They get delayed because of mechanical issue there on the plane again ready to take off. That's bad enough pilot comes on and says, listen, you know, blah, blah, blah. We've had a mechanical issue, we gotta wait. So that point you gotta wait either for the part or for the mechanics to show up and fixes there's nothing they can do. Right. I thought at this point. They would let them off the plane new. So you're at the gate, you're sitting there for hours. Probably I would assume. So it's delayed the first time and they're coming in. And they're taking care of this mechanical problems. It's delayed again. Oh my God. So at this point they're sitting so long flight attendants his start handing out water. Okay. It's what they have. Which means it's hot. It's hot there say with Southwest Airlines flight going from Sacramento to LA. So as well, it probably wasn't that holiday or wasn't that year the first Etta turn around because then mechanical problems? So that's even more disappointing. Right. Right. So this one guy is one passenger jokes instead of water. They oughta handout vodka. We'd been waiting so long. Oh, liberate fully show that was it trying to make light of the situation right in swear. It anybody can yell at anybody that was enough to get this plane turned around again, I'll come on. And thrown off the guy got thrown off. One of the flight attendants took such issue with his little joke. There made the plane turnaround kicked him off the flight. And it was apparently according to this passenger witness a revolt on the plane, first of all this guy. This is not the guy who got thrown off. He was just a another passenger. He describes it. I think in the long run it's really going to the high school kid never mind. Don't talk about him. We don't like him. He insensitive did something that will they should be. But because we've been waiting salon. She came by and said, well, I didn't like your jolt, then my wife tried to. But in there and say, look we've been on this plane for hours right now. And she says, we'll syllabi, you know. So it used to. Wow. This isn't just a one jury to go with the guy. This is everybody in the plane saying the same thing, this is just a surly flight attendant. But how do you how does it work as far as the pilots concern? Because one surly flight attendant says I don't like this guy turned the plane around. She has that power. Yeah. If she can convince she probably told them at different story. I'm sure I you know, if if a passenger gets verbally or physically abusive to an air flight attendant, they go in and they tell the captain and say, listen this guy or this woman's being obnoxious. I can't deal with this. We need to get this person off the plane is not fair. They turn it around. And they go back. Okay. So many people though on this guy side, right? I going to have a hell of a lawsuit against southwest, but they still have all gone through it. So here's where we are. So far they were taken off from Sacramento had to land again waited for hours from mechanical stuff had to take off again now because of this they turned it around again in the near riot happened on the plane, and then all of a sudden. I see on the telephone confront and people were be thirty yelling that attack people stood up. I stood up people were saying this. This man didn't do anything. You got a near row. Mid flight on an airplane. That's incredible. The way they're treating people. That's not good. No. That's not it south west. I found southwest to be great. Usually they are as far as customer satisfaction. They're usually way up on the chain there as far as people like him. I don't like being treated like cattle. No, oh, you're in section a. Run over. It's like it's the seat people. Come on. I know I don't like flying. So I would much prefer you can mean to sightsee tell them where I am the Russian like a cow. Although I had a flight from San Francisco direct allotted L once as my own I'll for every was unreal. Holy lucky. What time of day will you fly early? That's awesome. It was unheard of. That's really cool. Very lucky. I flew first class once in once you fly first class. Will never want to sit at the time. I did it was landed in West Palm, which is like a hop skip and a jump. So I was like that's it over. Can we go up again we had pods? We are underway to Europe in everybody had a pod. It was like the greatest thing in the world. Wow. You could just lay the whole thing back close. It up flick. A peapod really was you were all ambient up. Anyway, that help you kidding me. I had lots of heart medicine before I get on that plane elephant tranquilizer. I know you and fly I fly really too. So I sleep through most of it. But that was my one wanting venture, and I slept through most of it. Oh, I bet but the food's good first class to bake difference. Wow. If they give you like filet, and you know, lobster tails and stuff like, oh, yeah. We had been Atta splits for dessert. It was great all the champagne. They told you slept throughout Nova spoonfeed coma. Two hour flight. It'd be it didn't last that long ago. It was like, okay. I was up and down all night. I was like, okay. This is crazy. Have you woke up in the pod with a bananas? Linen. This is great. We in your sleepy. Sleep eating works for me. Me. Hey, some of the new shows, by the way, oh, we talk about this all the time because we all love Kelly Clarkson love killing Clark. And and we had a story a couple of probably couple of months ago that they were giving Kelly Clarkson to talk show. I think it's going to be kind of like an Allen. And maybe Rachel Ray kind of thing mind is cooking like variety show. They'll be singers. They'll be, you know, a guest, she'll talk about things, and we didn't know where the heck it was going to, you know, be as far as the schedule goes other than they made an announcement a couple of weeks ago that said she went she hits in November will be seen in ninety five percent of the markets in the country. Have they can my God. So we were trying to figure out where the hell they're gonna put her. Yeah. It was announced yesterday on NBC that they are canceling the Steve Harvey show. Wow. Guess who's taken his place Kelly Kelly Clarkson, so it's like an instant Hinna ready because she's in all the markets and people are gonna love her right of the daytime shut in people. Now, here's a here's a. Situation where you know, overpopulating somebody right hills their career, right? Steve Harvey all of a sudden out of nowhere. Remember he was like Ryan Seacrest. Anything was open. Steve Harvey was the MC four is right. He was on a guest panel. It was like, okay. What are you doing this poor guy? Well on everything he is also hosts that little big shots kind of like the art linkletter kids will say anything cut his show. Anyway, rumor has he's losing that they're giving it to Melissa McCarthy. So I don't know if it's because people have fallen out of favor with Steve Harvey or Steve Harvey said you guys are killing me tired. You can I have normal life. Again, it just let me do my radio show. No kidding. So that's anyway, that's where Kelly Clarkson will be then Melissa McCarthy will take over the other show a good run there. You couldn't put anything on TV and not see Steve Harvey. Well, I you know, what it was it was that Miss Universe. That fiasco where you name the wrong woman the winner. Right. Remember, and he was in that put him like way appear on. On the chart as far as acute ratio of popularity. Everyone knew we was after that. Let's put them on everything. And and after that. Our wedding video. But anyway, I think that's more of the case though, because he's still very popular. So. He just wants to back down a little bit. And who could blame him guide cashed in my friend to CBS NBC announced yesterday, by the way, they've canceled a ton of shows a bunch of these we'll tell you don't you feel the TV's just going by the wayside though. It's just going to be on demand like YouTube. But you know, what I'd all the shows that they're canceling and all the shows they're bringing it back. I don't think I've watched any of the me go. It's your fault at all yet to my I really I don't watch any of them. We'll talk about some of these some of your favorite shows may be going away. Then some more headlines coming up next. I'm always thought her senior days.

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"orissa" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The right lane as well. That's military trails north of southern boulevard in a crash blocking the right lane. That's Belvedere road. Westbound John this report is sponsored by wind motels and resorts with more than six thousand hotels across the country. Colluding Levin, today's super eight great hotel by Wyndham is close to the new think find one near you and book direct out window, motels dot com. That's eight fifty W F D L traffic. Chris Farrell for CBS, twelve news. Beautiful Monday, whether underway skies mostly sunny through the morning and early afternoon, which hi, Dave. Eighty eight degrees. Storms are likely this Monday afternoon. A sixty percent chance politically strong heavy afternoon. Storm today, slow seventy two Tuesday. We'll start mostly sunny again afternoon storms likely again. Subset news during the mysterious nine to ten hour. But yet we got the breaking news doors stayed famous actress died today. Well, they said today coordinator foundation, she was ninety seven ninety seven. I is this creepy to say, but they're showing like a lot of her famous footage from her show. But some of the movies Johnny Carson appearances right creeper for saying like, she was hot shoe and my father loved Doris day. I remember to come to think as she was big. You know, I know what it was. I is she but she was the goody two shoes during the pinup era. Yes, you had all the pinup chicks in Ava Gardner was my father like Frank Sinatra was my father's babe. Yeah. The I think she she was in his plane or painted on his plane was Ava Gardner. Wow. So love that pinup art there wasn't a alright. But Doris day was always that the goody two shoes girl next door. I guess I just I, you know, listen, the door stage show was before my time, and I didn't really pay attention to were older movies. It wasn't my thing. But I'd never really like seen that much of her at once. Wow. Is she hot is? She one case Orissa, by the way, one best Academy Awards. For the movie of the same name. I do believe. Yeah. I remember her show. She's to have the doors statia and she'd come out, and she would sing case or Asra. She didn't she didn't sound anything like that.

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"orissa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Quality. And well, anyway, so Orissa has these protections in place just to keep this thing very high level in those are under four one K section 4._0._1._K plan. So if I keep my money into a 4._0._1._K plan, and I get sued because I have a rental property in someone breaks her leg and because of negligence or something like that. Well, if it's under a four one K plan than protective OJ. Simpson's pension plan is protected right? Right. And it says, hey, lost the civil suit with allegedly killing people. It is. And so his NFL pension is protected right? Right. So but other assets they could seize because they're not under this type of protection. So what Ross is asking us. He's like all right. Well, I understand that there's some level of protection in a 4._0._1._K plan. Is there the same level of protection in an IRA in the answers kinda? Yeah. So I'm going to tell you what I know. And I'm also going to tell you what I am less. Sure about and check with your Turney. Okay. Is that fair? Every time. I give an answer. Double check any filing deadline. I'm pretty clear that April fifteen anyways. So you are correct. With regards to bankruptcy protection on the Orissa plans for one ks. It's it's unlimited fully protected with regards to IRA's there. They actually just increase the amount on April first of this year. It's one million three hundred sixty two thousand eight hundred dollars. That's the amount of IRA that is protected upon bankruptcy. Now, if you had an IRA this a roll over from 4._0._1._K that's still gets unlimited treatment, and what ad slat recommends he's one of the IRA girl who's in the country, he recommends although it's not required to keep those those rollover funds in separate IRA. If you're concerned about this. It's really clear that all of that stuff came premier 4._0._1._K and has unlimited protection. And but then there is that now on a civil suit. There are some other limitations. Yeah. I'm not going to get into civil suits. Because I I don't I'm not an attorney. I don't know what the what the rules are all in. It's all a state by state. Right. Right. So you got the federal on that you've got each state has their own laws in regards to well. That's that's true too. And we're not gonna even try to answer that. And then Furthermore, I will say this. According to Ed slot this article that they have he says employers sponsored set by. IRA's and simple IRA's are fully protected just like 4._0._1._K's. And so what I'm not clear on is what if it's your own set by our a with your the employer employee. I don't know the answer to that may be one of our attorney friends listening does. But that I'm not clear on that. All right. Yeah. If you know, the answer L will send you a autograph copy of of what the bus like Warren Buffett perfect. By big Al pie. And Joe Anderson. All right. We gotta take a break in. Then. That's then we gets more emails. We'll figure out something else to talk about attention. All men. Have Viagra Cialis lunch?.

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"orissa" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Comey on my phone. I mean when talk I'm a boss. Any? Not a racks up. Keys in. Twelve gene of me. MR Orissa's don't receive. Space. Talk. The cage. Due to be on new real ninety two three. You can get a big story. I gave Judy. Taking the. Car smoke. Statute of of this show. That she. Every other. Or statute? Of these shows. She. Surprise. Another delegate. Today. Every play. Car. Day to go into China read it away. Statue of these shows. That she. The movie or stature. Of these shows. She. Every other. Only. Hi. Price. Right. That's a headless Ford. Extend longest extension court. Join. If you got a king. Pocket. What'd you spend? When you're shopping. Why you wanna go out in the mix? Model movies. Kim kardashian. Living. Tight. Only thing. Life. Swith duty seventy nine. Price. Just. Right. Like sending every night. Starting to will try to strike a life for life. Ruin on site. Check the price. Yes. I just roll the dice move to sense advice. Living life like live twice. Swing. Hey. Hood news Luigi up in here, man. A pro kit, ethnic pro kid athlete. I have an issue with just him being a pro athlete in Genoa using this as him being a pro athlete. Okay. Man. You know, when you were small, you're playing video games, take it off with video games or you're too long or. And.

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"orissa" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on WTVN

"These crime shows. Really started with Perry. Mason where at the very it looks like they're losing in the any looks like he might even be crazy. And then it all comes together in the last in that last segment right before the final commercial break. And you're like, oh my gosh. Look at that. Be prepared. Come on over here. How many us from Orissa as a model? Now Marisa I want you to put on this hat. And let's say go ahead put that hat on. This is a day. You really wanna be watching blaze TV because this is this is okay. So you're you're in Chicago. Okay. All right, boom. The wind what happened to your hat. It's lost. It's gone. It's blown down the street by the time. You react. It's a block away. Right, right. Let the record show that he slapped the hat off her head. Okay. Now put on the new Nigerian hat. Okay. Put the Nigerian hat on snug comfortable right now looks like the rope is very loose on on her head though. I don't see how. Oh, yeah. You see what you do is? I have tied. I what I've done is. I have tied in each hole on each side of the head a piece of rope. Yes. Okay. And you don't want that hat blown off your head. And you don't you don't want to strap. No. So I've taken and I've tied a piece of rope to each side. And at the end of each side of rope. I've made a noose, okay? Okay. No, no, go ahead. Put your arm through the news. Okay. Not putting around your neck see that would be bad putting around the neck, right? So you put it around the arm here underneath the armpit. And then you cinch it tight all right there. You throw it back. Then you do the same thing. I haven't had a chance to tie the noose on the other side yet. But then you do the same thing. I'm just gonna k- cuts off your circulation. Just let me know then we cut it there. Now. She's walking in the wind. Boom, boom. Where's your hat Marissa here? It's conveniently behind you where she can reach and just put it back on. How would you actually she doesn't seem to be able to put it back on though? No, she's she's no, you're maybe there you go. There you go and the hat is back on it is just that easy. Wow. So your theory is to re to review here. Then the two Nigerian brothers. Yes. Bought a red hat or red hat, and then cut two holes in it. Yes. We're going to put rope into it put nooses because we know there was a noose involved. Yes. Let nooses around the arms. So that would hope hold the hat to the case wind blows the hat. Yes. There's a problem with your theory, sir. Yes. What is it? What was the bleach for there's? Bleed juniors. Just before the commercial that is. Defense stands up and says good question what is the bleach for? And what did I say people are looking for in a hat? What is the new kind of style? What is it that America craves? Authenticity. Nobody.

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The Overwatch combat medic Baptiste is now live

Latest In Tech News

01:30 min | 2 years ago

The Overwatch combat medic Baptiste is now live

"For those of you who play overwatch got some news for you Baptists is now live lades passed to overwatch herald Z rival of the combat medic Beppe east who comes to the fight with the big on some sweet footwear in a unique array of abilities that enable him to protect and he'll allies from distance is biotic watcher launches a three round bursts with significant damage output while the out fire mode. Watch grenades will heal. Allied players is regenerative burst ability will heal himself and nearby teammates over time while the immortality field will keep allies from succumbing to icy fingers of death Exo boots, and they will peace to clear out cycles that would be surmountable two other players and its ultimate amplification matrix doubles, a damage in healing effects of friendly projectiles. The patch also makes a number of bounce updates to the game damage taking by armor from downs. Over time affects have been adjusted to be more consistent predictable in damage boosting effects will be applied when. Projectiles fired inside or instead of when they strike an enemy meaning that the hero who fired. It doesn't have to be boosted. When strikes in order for that facts to apply are also new audio affects make it easier to tell when hits are being buffed or nullified. Also, tweaking Faeroes rocket launcher and Orissa's movement speed penalty while firing has been cut from fifty percent to thirty and some other fixes. So a are while I could play the video. I'd rather have you guys go watch it for yourself in

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"orissa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Now, we do get a lot more action when you Email because I guess because I get back to every emailer personally, raylucia dot com. R A Y L U C, I A dot com. Simply click on the ask Ray button. Johnny dean. Yeah. How I've seen you get back personally all these e-mailers during the two finger typing thing, I do the thumb type on my phone. Oh, you do it on your phone now? Most of the time I do it on my phone. You gave up the tight, which is what? Yeah. Exactly. Which is why my eyeballs are going. Yeah. Thick glasses. Here. We got be gotta get one of those surface, tablets or ipads with with the keyboard that comes on it. So you can actually type again. Yeah. I probably should do that. Because I was told by my iphone, and my iphone type I use one thumb my left thumb. That's it. Yeah. I do the same thing. Yeah. So the one thumb just isn't gonna work right handed and left fund. Well, there you go. You to eat left. Thumb your back. I had a few questions or forget you. I don't know if it's this hour later on next hour from Tom who had a question about IRA's and beneficiaries actually answered that question. You did already. Yeah there. But it's a it's a great. Yeah. So we'll we'll get the Tom's Email during the Email segment. Also, e is for Orissa, I've been if you're gonna believe this Orissa the employee retirement income security act. Yeah. My spare time seventy four thing is over forty five years old white bugs me all the time. She's reading all these, you know, romance novels and stuff like that. And I'm reading e is for Orissa Orissa sounds like one of those names, you would find in a romance novel. That's orissa. He grabbed her tight grabbed Orissa tightly by the waste, and you know. Please whatever whatever. Anyway. Two articles. And e is for a risk. I want to get to one of them relates to an Email question. We had a week or two ago on purchasing real estate inside the IRS. And I wanna I wanna talk about that. Because I've had a few people realtors real estate people criticize me, why would you do that? I love real estate. And I love realtors. Why are they create what for what? Oh, because I said if it were me, I wouldn't even touch real estate in my IRA because I'd find a better way to do it and realtors didn't like, wow. Because that's where the money is John most of the people out there. Right. Four one case. And it's real easy to say you want to buy rental property..

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News in Brief 5 March 2019

UN News

04:08 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 5 March 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Became a facile is facing unprecedented displacement triggered by armed groups and intercommunal clashes and long-term food, insecurity. You're an aid officials said on Tuesday, according to Archer, the UN humanitarian coordination office more than seventy thousand people have fled their homes in the last two months. Here's spokesperson Jens locker. So it is intercommunal clashes clashes between communities and late over that is this emergence of armed groups, which are fighting each other fighting government forces and attacking civilians that has escalated in the second half of last year. And really it took off at the beginning of this year with with some very violent clashes in the beginning of January today around one point two million people are in need of assistance in Burkina Faso's sil- north nor center and eastern regions a one hundred million dollar appeal to. Nine hundred thousand of those hardest hit in the landlocked country is only sixteen percent funded a month after it was launched on Monday. The UN central emergency response fund CERF allocated four million dollars to boost assistance to internally displaced people and host communities and also provide services to fifteen and a half thousand women and girls to Barundi now where the closure of the UN's human rights office at the insistence of the government is a source of deep regret High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Bachelet said on Tuesday in a statement Misbash late explained that it brings an end to her offices more than twenty year presence in the country amid a worsening rights environment since two thousand fifteen his spokesperson Ravina shonda, Sanni, speaking to journalists in Geneva, the High Commissioner Michelle Basch les pays tribute to the many human rights defenders and civil society actors in Burundi who have worked with inspiring, dedication, courage perseverance and expertise through many political social crises. The country. She notes with concern that in recent years. Many of them have been detained or forced into exile. Even as our office in Burundi closes. We will continue to explore other ways to work to shed light on human rights, concerns and support the advocacy promotion and protection of human rights in the country. The UN rights office was set up in nineteen ninety five in the context of massive violations perpetrated in the country following the assassination of then president melt, cure and the Daiei. The offices tasks involved insuring the incorporation of a human rights dimension to the implementation of the Orissa agreement which was widely seen as the bedrock of the country stability for many years. The office also played a leading role in the establishment of the independent national commission on human rights, the truth and reconciliation commission in legislative reforms and in the emergence of strong, civil society organizations and finally news that nearly one in four parliamentarians around the world is a woman a significant development since the nine. Thousand ninety s when the number was just over one in ten the finding by the Inter-Parliamentary Union or IP was welcomed by secretary-general Martin Chenggong. He noted that more than one hundred and thirty countries have enforced quotas for female and peas and the countries in the Americas came closest to gender parity with almost a third of parliamentary seats represented by women. We have to avoid complacency if we want to achieve parody. It is something that we have to do all the time advocacy education is very important in some countries. There are some practices there. Some deceptions that women that place is not in politics. But we need to explain why women have to be undetectable. The IP chief added that when women are represented in parliament policies are better designed and problems such as Howard spent and sexism tackled head on according to reports after elections in Asia last year, the overall share of women in parliament rose to almost one in five Rwanda maintains the highest level of represent. Nation with more than six in ten women in the chamber. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"orissa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Chris, Chris, Chris. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think I think Chris even said in his Orissa interview, I fell asleep podcasts at night, I watch as much as possible. So I don't know how much of it was spurred along with the fact that he was going out to play survivor, but I guess he's just sort of key boosted himself up into a level of force that. Okay. All right. So let's see if we have anybody who's think falls under this last category level, God like old people who think this is a welfare system and go to the survivor Facebook group to complain about all the shows being unfair for bringing back returning players that took their chances away from playing. A left turn. Those like way one. Especially because it's like, oh, this'll be really good. I could use this to think about okay, where do we think people fit in? And then this last sorry what? I just love it. This person was slowly turning a mirror, and the final level was just facing it back out to the page. Like what you're doing right now. Take a hard. Look at yourself to reflective for me. I can't handle this. Wow. And very very light casting. I mean, really, you know, rolling with a wide brush to say that only people come to complain are all old people who got the missed out on the chance to come onto the show because they feel returning players their own. Yeah. I don't think that's really a thing that much. Yeah. That was very bizarre. Okay. So anyway, now, let's talk about the old people who think this is a welfare system to go on survivor. So let's get into Casuals corner. So now that we've had that little fun bit of awkwardness. Let's talk about some other awkward comments that were made if I've Casuals on the survivor age. So these first questions are all about comments about of titular player. So this first question this is for Paul. And so the way that this game is going to work is I have written one comment, and I pulled re from the Facebook page, so it is job to try to guess, which comment I wrote the other. Three were actual comments on the survivor page. So these comments are all about Dan, Wardag, Sylvia. A he swims like an infant. Be his head is so shiny. They could make fire by reflecting the sun off of it. The why is he flexing? He's built like a fifteen year old. Okay. Or d like the male version of Shambo? I am row digit. I think what about the shiny head. Yes. That is correct. That's tried for so long to come over the joke about judges wigs because for some reason very fixated on the concept of him wearing a judge's wig. Because he's a lawyer Eric was school needless to say that didn't pan out. So I can't that crappy. If I win do not break. So I'm trying to keep it. I'm very intrigued as to why who is C hanging out with in terms of fifteen year olds to say that he's built like one of them to what's no. 'cause I really look at him. Because I don't remember him looking like if year old I teach a lot of fifteen year olds do not look like this guy. Let me tell you that. The budget war was not what my German to looks like do. They look like male versions of Shamba, though. Also negative. Yeah. What what wars the sham broke compares the hair. Or the lack thereof. I actually couldn't believe it when I found that comment. Oh my gosh. I don't have to go very far for shampoo on it. Well, we'll have to see if his tribe gets chickens. How much will try to talk with them? If the war dog will be able to communicate with chickens, right? Maybe he'll have a dream while see okay mic. This next question is for you. So these were all comments about Aurora. So she must be from New York City with a big mouth like that be. I resent. I thought you'd like that one bee is she from Disney see is she from the wizard of Oz..

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"orissa" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on KOMO

"Orissa children. If they drank more than one per day, heavy metals are naturally found in our environment. But a lot of heavy metals food come from soil or water that's been contaminated through pollution mining or pesticides. So we understand that. There are a lot of foods out there that have traces of these heavy elements in them. So that's why it's really important to make sure that you. Feed your children abroad variety of fruits, vegetables, and other whole foods, the juice products association fired back saying there's no scientific evidence that trace levels of heavy metals in choose have caused any negative health problems. JPA calls consumer reports irresponsible for causing quote unnecessary alarm. Let's komo's Connie Thompson. At expansion of a recall for a certain children's drug that you might have in your medicine cabinet infant ibuprofen. And it was sold as the store brand at CVS, WalMart and Family Dollar manufacturer. Tryst pharma says there could be overly high concentrations of the drug in the recall batches, and if given to babies already susceptible to some of the adverse effects of ibuprofen might lead to nausea vomiting, stomach pains diarrhea. There's also a very slim chance elevated levels of ibuprofen could lead to kidney damage, so far though there have been no reports of any baby's getting sick. That is Sherry Preston. Reporting from ABC today's payday for most of the eight hundred thousand federal workers who were furloughed. Or forced to work without pay during the government shutdown of management and budget tweeted earlier this week that workers are getting paid in record time after missing to pay days during the thirty five day shutdown congress and President Trump ended the shutdown last Friday with a short term spending measure that funds the government through February fifteenth. If lawmakers don't come up with a funding -til could win approval in the house and Senate and get President Trump's signature here could be another shutdown. Trump has said on Twitter, if they're now discussing are contemplating a wall, they're wasting their time is Lisa Carter. Reporting coming up state lawmakers tried to help the homeless to get off the streets by putting them to work.

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"orissa" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"And he showed me his statement. These are close friends or not many people in the world. I would show my statement to he is paying a five point seven five sales fee up front before the ongoing costs of the various funds on the surface. It would seem that the plan doesn't meet the fiduciary responsibility. He says he asked to see yo- about the plan, and they won't change anything. The company doesn't provide any match. So I told him to stop contributing and use an IRA or brokerage account. Can you explain the responsibility of a planet administrator? Is there anything else that he can do? It's a great question in very inside baseball. And so the responsibility of rolls up to Orissa, which is the regulatory body that governs employer, re employer provided plans, and I think one thing that your friend can do as a first step is just make the CEO aware that he has a personal responsibility to provide fiduciary level advice to his employees's, and you can do that in subtle ways. You could give him. Sports kind of outline how in this is what's referred to as an interested party. So there are the people who actually administer the plan. TPA people record keepers, the actual planet minister. They have a direct fiduciary responsibility to their employees, but they're also interested parties and under the new fiduciary rule that's being bandied about. And then specifically under Orissa, these interested parties, also share responsibility. And so just making them aware that he could be personally liable for any lawsuits that came against him for. Hi, fi 4._0._1._K's might nudge him in a different direction a harder step that you could take is you could initiate a class action lawsuit. There have been several over the last few years that have paid out massively. And they're not hard to prove this a five point seven five percent front load on a mutual fund will fall squarely in X what they call quote, unquote, excessive fee, classification, Ameriprise recently paid out twenty seven point five million dollars Boeing Lockheed Martin multimillion dollar lawsuits and also. Will normally be renumerated to the clients above and beyond. So it's you know base level punitive damages and then making clients hole for the fees that they paid over and above. He works at a small employer though. He's able to walk into the CEO's office and chat that is at class action lawsuits, not a Boeing sized company. Right. Yeah. It might not be class action lawsuit. I just use those examples to say you could take legal action. If you just get an independent lawyer on your own they can also file a an excessive fees lawsuit. Now, you could be worried about you know, ramifications of doing that in a small employer environment. Don't fault you for that. That's why suggested the first step be just let him know what he is responsible for you got a nice shape. Shame. Got a lawsuit for your excessive mutual fund fees. Exactly. But I think you're also in the right? And so just you know, if lawsuits are on the table, and there's a procon decision there. But but these things are becoming more and more relevant more and more lawsuits are coming up and being paid out. It's hard to justify these type of fees inside a 4._0._1._K. The the reason he's probably doing the CO could be a he or she is doing it to save the company money right because it does cost company to offer four one K. And then if they go to a broker financial advisor and say, we want a 4._0._1._K for for a company, and and and she or he will say, well, we'll charge you this and make it easy on employees, or we won't charge you much and make the employees pay. That's what's going on here. Probably the thing is over the last few years have been many more providers aimed at small businesses with much more reasonable fee. So I would also look out there and maybe having alternative to offer. You say look here's someone who's doing this pretty reasonably for small. Businesses. That's a great point. Yeah. I was I was gonna say betterment has a betterment for businesses program. That's a very low cost, and they specifically are trying to kind of check the boxes of the different regulations. I think it's e- thirty eight or something like that the fiduciary rules, and so you can present those alternatives to the CEO's who just might not know that there are cost effective ways to implement 4._0._1._K.

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Joshua Tree National Park closes, at least for now, amid government shutdown

Bill Handel

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Joshua Tree National Park closes, at least for now, amid government shutdown

"At eight AM while officials used backup funds to restore order in cleaning the bathrooms city officials in L A or trying to get ready in case teachers go on strike for a long time the school district and the union or trying one last time today to work things out. Mayor Garcetti said the LAPD will help control schools if there's a strike this won't get decided on the streets. This won't get decided by press release. This will get decided by people negotiating face to face union leaders say a strike tomorrow appears likely democratic congressman Ted lieu of Torrance has announced he will give away thousands of dollars his campaign. Got from the prominent donor Ed buck, the money will go to gay and civil rights groups instead a man found dead at bucks apartment in West Hollywood this week marked the second apparently drug related death there in less than two years. The first man who died was a young gay sex worker who wrote in his journal about but getting him hooked on meth. This is trying to track down the man in a Dallas Cowboys jersey who sexually assaulted a woman at a bus stop Santa Ana corporal, Anthony Tanya, says the wom-. In our fifties. Was violently attacked Saturday night all the bus approach people. Don't just start out by doing random violent acts sore fear is that this could happen. Again. Police have released a composite sketch and security Cam footage showing the man pulling up his pants and walking off just as the bus arrives. A new families in California may get more leave for the kids. Governor Newsome is said to be considering lengthening California's leave for new parents to six months, but advocates say in addition to extending the time they also need to expand access. A lot of people are living paycheck to paycheck in California. It's an expensive state LA executive director Orissa Palmer says the currently covers up to seventy percent of pay for six weeks. And Palmer says parents who take leave end up being more productive and loyal to their employers. Are there are actual cost benefits to providing paid family? Leave were says there's also a lack of awareness about leave availability in Inglewood, Chris ancarlo KFI news traffic

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"orissa" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Now, let the class begin. Chances are you vast where does happiness come from. And how do I get to that place? Well, Orissa Sapir and Susan David both gave some insights about destination. Happiness, people the destination code happiness and that going on it. There is no destination code happiness. Happiness is the journey. Happiness is an inside job. You're never going to arrive at no, go happiness. But the train you're on the call your in whatever that is happiness. You have to choose to be happy now because you can't go to happiness. But if you choose it, it will come to you. So you gotta to be happy all the time sn inside job. It's the state of mind, it's actually a choice because I'm happy to be in hospital getting these great drug, so it's so unfair. I'm sick. I'm happy that I've got a kid that gets through with all over the carpet as opposed to. Why I go kid say badly. Haved ego to choose to be happy in adversity rather than believe that when there's no adversity. I'll be happy when there's no stress be happy monks on desert islands stressed people with money who living on a your to go an amazing body stressed because you can't go to happiness you have to be happy now. And then happiness will always be there. What most people don't understand about happiness. Is that happiness cannot be a goal. What is fascinating is that we live in a society that tells us that we should chase happiness pursue happiness. And that we deserve happiness. And in fact, what the research shows is that when people pursue happiness as goal they actually become less. Happy over time. They become so focused on the idea that this thing out they cold happiness that they should be getting that.

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"orissa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"orissa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Orissa? The body. Jerry. Nigel turner. TV wing winner. Twenty eighteen third coast. Best new artist award. This winner of the twentieth. Eighteen third coast best documentary. Honorable mention award his broken new ground on all fronts produced from inside San Quentin state prison, the podcast ear hustle has eliminated the life of incarcerated people in a way. No one has before with humanity humor, gravity and grace. I'm Rulon woods. I'm incarcerated as saying win state prison in California. I'm NATO poor. I'm a visual artist. And I volunteer at San Quentin.

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DA: Girlfriend of doctor accused of rape made victims feel "safe"

Roe Conn

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

DA: Girlfriend of doctor accused of rape made victims feel "safe"

"More potential cases against a southern California, doctor and his girlfriend both accused of drugging and then sexually assaulting women. ABC's Alec stone with more and more. Than half a dozen women have now talked to prosecutors in Orange County to say they too were victims have Dr grant Robichaud and his girlfriend's Orissa Riley. The two are accused of working together as a team to meet women at bars, get them drunk or. Hi, and then rape them their claims Robichaud and Ryan refute saying the truth will come out in core. Robichaud and Riley are both free on bail. With a court date set for next

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A California surgeon and girlfriend allegedly raped women -- and the DA fears there may be more

Frank Beckmann

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

A California surgeon and girlfriend allegedly raped women -- and the DA fears there may be more

"There could be more charges filed against a southern California. Doctor and his girlfriend women have been coming forward in California charging the couple drugged and raped them. Thirty eight year old Dr grant Robichaud, and it's thirty one year old girlfriends Orissa Riley are charged in two separate cases of alleged drugging and raping women now. Three more women have come forward and the DA in orange. County says it could be even more victims based on videos and other evidence found on the couple's phones and aerobics shows home Robichaud who wants appeared on Annalong cancelled reality, dating show and Riley denied the charges and

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American killed in Bahamas boat explosion was on anniversary trip with husband

Jared and Katie

01:33 min | 3 years ago

American killed in Bahamas boat explosion was on anniversary trip with husband

"At least one american tourist is dead ten people are injured from a boat tour exploding in the bahamas over the weekend tourist chris top and wine tells nbc news he was on a boat right next to the one that exploded we saw i heard this little noise and then flames coming up and lead a vote exploded right in front of us royal bahamas police say the boat was carrying ten to orissa to bahamians when an engine exploded setting the boat on fire saturday morning sixty dogs from el paso texas will soon have a new home in indiana the humane society of indianapolis will take in the dogs through the humane society of the indiana of the united states shelter allied project the dogs will be an indy tonight at six o'clock you're live market update from bima mo harris bank is coming up next it's nine homer jesse hey did you guys know that kids who play sports earn more money when they grow up of course i i knew that hey did you guys know that kids who read books have a bigger vocabulary oh yeah absolutely wow jinks did you guys know that friendly children have more friends yeah that's true i knew that did you guys know that winter babies are better at music everyone knows that oh yeah pretty obvious oh hey guys did you know that most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not i didn't know that i'm pretty sure i knew that i'm pretty sure you didn't parents who really know it all know for sure that their child.

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