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What If 2020 Was Just One Big MMORPG?

Kottke Ride Home

04:37 min | 4 months ago

What If 2020 Was Just One Big MMORPG?

"Earlier. This year i stumbled on a very intriguing sub reddit called simply outside by its name alone would have thought maybe it was photos of nature or a group for outdoorsy people trading tips about hiking. But no this is red it so of course. The true purpose of the group was much more creative and a bit ironic. The are outside sub. Reddit is one of many in character. Kind of role playing breads and in this one all the posts are pretending that our actual reality is in fact quoting the community description. A free to play. Mmorpg's with seven billion plus active players and quotes. the sub. reddit. Itself has almost six hundred fifty thousand players with a decent chunk of those joining this year. Although the sub reddit has been around technically since two thousand nine so basically people post and comment on real world events either of public interest or day today occurrences in their personal lives in the vernacular of a video game. As if this were just some game they were playing and this is the board where you go to discuss. Tips and tricks game updates and complain about the developers. Here are a few recent posts to give you an idea. Hey did any faction finished successfully. The democracy storyline with full rights achievements. Is it even possible anyone else. Have the bug where putting two sock items in the dryer. object occasionally deletes sock item. What happened to legendary user super underscore obama three seven three. I haven't heard from him in a while. He was an amazing guild leader. I would like to know what's up with him as with other in character sub reddit. It's like one of my old favorites are stuck ten years behind where you're only allowed to post as if it's twenty. Ten are outside is a light hearted way to share personal victories. Or talk to others about your thoughts and struggles but in a shared language that can make it a bit. Easier to be a little vulnerable quoting. The washington post part of the appeal suggested sarah lynn bowmen and academic studies role. Playing games is the shared. Language understood by all participants ages are referred to as levels events. Are quests or many games. One user who recently came out as bisexual wrote at level eighteen. My confidence stat has increased enough to remove the closet de buff for other users to comment. They must. I know that a doba refers to affects in games. That damage a main characters stats. This is the way. Social groups tend to function. They create their own jargon. Thrown in references are symbols of belonging. Bowman said world is full of anxieties. Right now some people might find comfort in discharging that through humor with people who can understand language and where they can find a sense of belonging and quotes and some people do talk about some serious things like fearing the uncertainty of death by referring to it as a data wipe that can happen at any time and unlocking new levels when graduating college or power leveling new players when having kids covid nineteen has been a regular topic of discussion this year as a world event that the developers chose to do in which has not been popular with any players. I'll read a little from the currently pinned post about the vaccine written by a real world medical professional quote high philo gamers longtime raid healer. Checking in. I wanted to say hello and give some insights about the much anticipated in game item covid vaccine. There's a lot of controversy around this item. The devs really eft up. When they created the covid nineteen world events players have been reporting crippling to buffs. That seem to last for ages. Summed buffs are permanent. It's made the game. Unplayable for lots of people and most players are sheltering in their starting area to avoid the enemies. Some players have even uninstalled due to how crippling dot's in buffs are so the devs have patched the game with the vaccine item. I in several of the healers in my guild. Got the item crafted by pfizer. About ten days ago. They've already released to the public test. Realm or p. Our notes. And it's looking like this is the answer to finally end this shitty world events in the pr using the item. Even one time resulted in your character. Getting around seventy five to eighty five percent immunity to all damage from the covid class enemies and using it a second time got ninety five percent immunity. We may even see a day when we won't need enchanted armor like the cloth masks anymore though that's still recommended for now.

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What NLP Tells Us About COVID-19 and Mental Health with Johannes Eichstaedt

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

07:08 min | 8 months ago

What NLP Tells Us About COVID-19 and Mental Health with Johannes Eichstaedt

"I am here with Yohannes Istat Yohannes is an assistant professor of psychology at Stanford University. Yohannes. Welcome. To the WII podcast. Thank you pleasure to be here. I'm really looking forward to this conversation. I think we learned about some of your research in the context of a presentation you did at the recent Forum. That was held by the human centered AI institute at Stanford and we're looking forward to digging into that. But before we do I'd love to hear a little bit about your background and how you came to work in a computational psychology computational social science. Yeah. Sure it's a it's a new field. I was a physicist by training many years ago. Okay and at some point decided that I. Cared more about people than I did about particles. Made A. Very Long career transitions for. Psychology into the social sciences and about ten years ago started out in started carving out in area that intersects big data machine learning with computational questions psychology and just straight up psychology questions. So for example, can be predict the heart disease risk of areas using twitter, and do the psychological predictors that we pull out from the twitter language correspond to what we know about heart disease. Can we better understand depression I mean looking at what language that people use precedes the first diagnosis of depression in the medical records so It's been really fun I. Mean I've been really enjoying IT A. Because of the physics he background I'm more matthew perhaps than some other psychologists and so I'm I'm on the sort of computational psychology side, and then there are psychological computer scientists with which interface whether we have the critical expertise across domains to actually find new stuff. Teredo. New Solutions Interesting. You're saying it is most of your work involve doing analysis of texts from social media context in drawn conclusions from that. It tends to be taxed yet tends to be extended tends to be a social media in generally all text data sets of fair game. So we've we've also used transcripts. Of therapy directions where speeches were autobiographical writing to writing prompts, but the beauty of social media data is that you're so highly powered because of the size of these data sets. That you can really use sort of deeper machine learning methods and you also have. Such high statistical power that for feature exploration for finding things like associated language patterns you have the power to discover these unexpected associations and you use you need to be order in the the thousands of people in these data sets and social media easiest source of data for those kinds of analyses. And there are other advantages disadvantages of using social. Did I could talk about sir? Okay. So at Advantages is. So you in compared to other psychological research, you don't ask people to get off the couch and Philo. Right. You don't knock on their door and you also don't intrude into their mental processes with some question in principle, right in an ideal world it's an a kind of ecological assessment. It's people that are in digital spaces they're behaving as they normally would with their friends with with hero needs with a right there just being themselves and you sort of as there are sitting around their digital campfire, you sort of listening Ed scale with their permission of course, and so there's this notion that it's unobtrusive for some psychological processes can be can be quite nice. One of the major disadvantages is that you have certain kinds of distortions in the social media signal. You have sampling biases. Certain populations are just not as represented. But that's getting less and less at it was never that big of a concern to begin with. So. For example, the median age in twitter five years different than the median age of the US population and you know people always say how you how can you make a population estimate based on twitter? You know I'm not on twitter. But you're also not in a representative survey, the vast majority of the time. Right. So in Gallup, poll polls a thousand people to get a national estimate of how people feel about trump or but they will being as you're also not in that survey. Right, and so when we have five million users on twitter and we can estimate the demographics and age that we can post, ratify these samples to represent the population actually much better. Than Your thousand person representatives obey rate and so does that make sense the sampling bias things? I think we've tackled it now we've. Beat the dead horse many times enough that that. People are coming around the the other thing or the other main concern is that the people social desirability bias that people are putting on facebook social media. I was GONNA ask about that right An advantage is that you're observing people being themselves, but often people aren't being themselves they're being their twitter self. Twitter or or their facebook south right? That's. Sometimes those are different selves. Yeah that's true and so we've we've tried to characterize a little over the years and it seems like what's really happening is not so much. So particular on platforms like Facebook, your facebook graph, the people you're connected with on facebook are the people who know you. So there's a certain element of just keeping you within the bounds of who you are roughly as a person that would just otherwise just seeming congressmens. But we have seen however is that people tend to suppress statements they not feeling well. Along. Two dimensions the I mentioned is sort of when they're sad depressed. In the other one is if there if they experienced families than life, which is part of the problem of these sort of comparative processes on Social Media, for certain groups in particular that you're comparing your normal life to somebody else's highlight reel. And that's certainly the case. So if you think about American culture more generally. I think there's two foundation myth that sort of Guy American social norms. The one is sort of positivity bias sort of suit of happiness style set of legends and myth and norms and archetypes. And then the second one is A. Protestant work ethic. which is that it's good to be successful and that successful people are somehow morally righteous or morally praiseworthy.

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Final Thursday of July

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

03:33 min | 9 months ago

Final Thursday of July

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Aviation unions ask Congress to extend payroll aid through March 31, 2021

Squawk Pod

02:36 min | 10 months ago

Aviation unions ask Congress to extend payroll aid through March 31, 2021

"News tonight from the airline industry are Philo following the money they're joins us live on the newsline Phil. What can you tell us tonight? Scott. We have six airline in aviation unions now. To leaders of Congress asking them to extend the payroll aid through March thirty first just to refresh your memory. You've got payroll aid that has kept these basically thousands tens of thousands of workers employed despite the drop off in traffic for the airlines. You've got the pilot. The flight attendants the machinists as well as the Transport Workers Union, the Communication Workers Union and the Transportation Trades Union. They're all part of this letter saying look the thirty two billion dollars that help keep the airlines. Airlines alive that you awarded back in March and in April that expires at the end of September. We want you to extended again to March thirty first of next year. All of this comes at a time. When you look at passenger levels, they have snap back at the drop off that we saw in March and April when it got as low as eighty seven thousand passengers a day in early April. It's now averaging about five hundred to five hundred fifty thousand passengers a day. And while that is an improvement. It's still down about eighty percent compared to the same day last year, so the airlines have not seen the snap back in business. They're still losing tens of millions of dollars every day that you take a look at shares of united, there's news tonight that united is increasing its debt offering. Remember the five billion dollars that be backed by the company's mileage plus frequent flyer program that's now going to be increased in size up to six point eight billion dollars because there's plenty of appetite out there for more of this airline debt bottom line. Is this got? You've got these workers who who are saying if you don't extend this aid? Tens of thousands of airline aviation workers are likely to be losing their job. Come October I I'm. I'm not sure Congress is going to say. We're ready to write you a check. For thirty two billion dollars refresh. My Memory Phil was at American Airlines that said at the end of September. It was going to have to lay off a bunch of employees. All of them have no nobody has, and they said that when they went to Capitol Hill back in March Scott. Everybody has made. made it clear. They need to be substantially smaller unless you see a complete return in traffic level. That's not going to happen, and they've been very clear very upfront that they will not need as many pilots flight attendant machinist ramp workers. They simply will need to be smaller airlines.

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Stalking a Short on Bitcoin

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

09:25 min | 1 year ago

Stalking a Short on Bitcoin

"Today in the markets guess what gave a market a Bush mock. I don't mean the market that I tried and did you try to count the number. Love me for hope. Anyway I'm talking more about the futures in the US. Of course. I'll have been talking a little bit more about that off light because it has been talk of the town has been moving quite extraordinarily. It's not a market that I focus my attention on or take people to try to teach people to try cryptocurrency because this volatility what we get that more frequently and now you understand why not try traditional markets and wiped away a couple years ago. To focus on crypto full time. I'm we're up on the close. We're up a thousand over thousand points on the E. Mini four point five percent. The and the s over spots are the s all the S. and P. Five hundred has resigned above three thousand again that appear at people like the fact the Mr Bloomberg has Bildt on the rice and Mr Bernie Sanders is less likely to to win. I think this seems to be a parent from what's happened to the markets are the things that come through that I've seen is the The the primary it appears the business seems to think in markets for that medicine to think. That's a Baden government a better a better outlook full business than I sanders. One and I forget. The market is a complete replication of capitalism. I it's it's what it is. It's about making money it's about you know. Markets go up if money's being made if things are positive So that Swab. It appears that Baden has been given the thumbs up by the markets as he did creep ahead. That's for sure so talking back across to To Amok at the market that I do try democracy. I do get people to learn about teach people to try his KRYPTONITE. Had A great deal moment a great deal of moving on? I'm market over the last twenty four hours with pretty much flexible there. There are a couple of exceptions in all. I'll speak to those in just a moment. One thing I wanted to talk about is if you're not following me on on facebook. You really should be Craig Cobb. That's a Double Bay for Bravo not day God on the fish when I was called as in kkob cow Hasn't yes I know you're saying on the voice corn on the cob all of that one before jolly you say we have had a stimulus. Packages can obviously Hong Kong suggestive funded. Something point something billion three point two billion. I think it was and we've had a believe. Sean has also come out and said they were going to stimulate put stimulating talk of people that need to state high getting up ten thousand dollars for doing so to rip To sort of I suppose gave the incentive to stay high because a main think about somebody who who doesn't work for office here so what is out there and who does physical labor. What are they doing right now? Steinheim and do what from high while the flora can swipe itself from harm Is it site? There is a lot of paper especially the Guide to saw on. This was what the stimulus packages around the world. There to sort of help with so people actually do take. Hey to the advice and stay home now. What does that mean well? Stimulus is not a bad thing. As long as it doesn't lay damore printing of money now of course the US has been exercising. It's it's Apparent right to print money for a number of as a matter of fact it started in two thousand nine hundred ninety recently stopped on. I think it'd just find out the press guy So far as quantitive easing goes in the printing if further money I think it'll be very very interesting and potentially very dangerous if other countries to sort through the site because you know if other countries go out and so we've got lots of money then it's I don't know how they will react to that Americans have gotten away with it because they're America. Okay that the dollar's seemingly backed by their eyesight that the defence force. Because you know it's not it's not a gold pin currency anymore and oddly enough they feel to Conley battered if other countries would go out there and press now. This is not something. I'm an expert on. I'm just looking at this guy. Well if if you know if the market's wonderful further we interest rates more or less globally the silo. We haven't got that Fatah guy. What will the weapons that we had last global financial crisis? Well let me tell you what those weapons were. Those weapons were number one. We had interest rates to cut interest rates to make it easy for bank. Selanne which was alive all right. Let's go do those opportunity there number three well if all else guys to the bottom of the barrel print more money okay. So they used all three of those to push the most the longest bull. Run that we've had in modern times. Now what are they this time will Jason Tonight? Qa that's bad it stimulant lights. It's it's hard to see what sort of weaponry that they have out there at the moment to continue to stimulate growth Markets Steinke forever. And it's going to be interesting so I said keeping a pretty you type in view. I suppose that everything's going to be okay but also the back of my mind. I am starting to read a little bit more When it comes to government policy Saudi Arabia doing on Titan little notice than I normally would just so that I can be ahead of the curve is more important to me than anything else brought now. Let's go throughout market and have a little little challenge. What's going on Bitcoin? Thousand seven hundred forty four dollars point two percent now. The thing is if you look at the two hour shot here. There's a try that I call the you've heard before the bitcoin rake and there is one way to test was not quite. It's it's better saying on the bit mixed job support. They'RE GONNA have locust one of my strategy's not they're incompletion and you haven't with the rules unless you do and if you do good if you don't stay away you're already but it is building there. We do have a bit of a daily downturn do gacy a short today. I will take good thing is I just did my scan. I've tried but long short Tries TO WIPE APU bucks. Got Pretty much everything that I'd like to have the mind pretty good pretty good watch this today. Their aims down but pretty much flat. It's two twenty three. Seventy six six up pays up point. Three Senate twenty three point five cents. We got bitcoin cash three dollars. Sorry three dollars. Three hundred nineteen dollars. Ninety five cents. It's down two point. Nine percent the biggest fuller across the board has to be said it is Vail. It's just changed. But his two hundred and thirty two dollars and ninety five cents. It's down six point. One four percent. There was a pullback into an all support level and it was a little bearish candle in that cradles on. Potentially that could have been a tribe. Did I take it did I say yes? Why Not Take it? Well a believe you find. It is rule number five in the cradle tried law coin sixty thousand forty nine cents is down a US three dollars and fifty nonsense. It's standpoint non. Barnes is in the grain. It's at one point three five Senate nineteen Dole's at a nonsense not looking at the moment for any longs on Bonnets. Although there is some support styling Resist inside and build also fuxing in the moment on trading with trends trading Focusing on tries in the direction of the daily trend that is my focus at the Mon- that's where my focus will stay because that is with a high probability opportunities live at the mum. I took it tried yesterday against bitcoin lower risk because my bitcoin trying to guidance bitcoin an Ulster Bitcoin. Looking a loss. It's been pretty crap for me this year. It's not it's not been a area of big profit it's actually being a losing area for me The perpetual contracts against doll. That's been very successful this year And that has always been a focus for the tribe simply because he got one stable which is the US. Do pitcher whether whether it's cooled but you've also got one very volatile whereas if you try against Bitcoin you got to be very volatile and this year. It's it's just you know the ones that have taken a little older. But I've had more stop outs profits having one of the one of the other prophets. I'd closed at because I was helping the old man get better than old man. Philo Look after elevate shaking soy just close the trade Before stopping it's been a bit topsy. Turvy FOR MATES. Bitcoin a much more preferring trading against the US perpetual with modum and that's why of reduce my risk Katana at four point eight cents would also point two percent. Therion classic is It is not the biggest movies. The downside anymore it was it is down six point. Six six percent who ominous at seven dollars? Ninety one cents Candle that it's just too big and Tron ran out. The top. Ten is at one point seven cents. He's up point six of either.

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No interest in sports? Philo is the streaming service for you.

Talking Tech

04:33 min | 1 year ago

No interest in sports? Philo is the streaming service for you.

"Turbo tax. All people are tax people so I here in San Francisco this week and I just did a piece on streaming streaming channels the US cable streaming alternatives. I forgot to mention one of them. FILO DOT TV. He said. Get Your Butt over here. You know. You're in San Francisco. You want to tell you all about it. Andrew mccullum is the CEO Co founder and interesting pitch. It's twenty dollars a month away cheaper than everybody else. Don't have the broadcast networks. Have a lot of your favorite cable. Networks tell everybody under about FILO DOT TV. Yeah the idea behind Filo blue is really that knows that. TV has been getting more expensive. A lot of the cost of television. The typical cable package goes to sports. Tim Broadcast Networks. That's the lion share of the cost and it's actually the lion share of the price increase over time as well so a lot of the typical. It'll cable TV. Consumer Year after year is paying more and more sports and broadcast content. If that's not what you want from your TV experience than you are stuck doc. Paying more and more for stuff that you don't care about and you don't watch that's really a lot of how we approached the content mix with Filo is to say there's a lot. The people who sports broadcast networks aren't the main thing they're looking to get or they're getting broadcast networks over the air you know. Can we give them an alternative where they can get really deep selection of entertainment lifestyle. Knowledge focused networks cable networks at a much lower price. That's how we can bring the price down to just twenty dollars a month. The people a taste of what some of the networks that you have. Yeah so you know things like Any AMC Discovery Channel Comedy Central Food Network HDTV ATV basically any non sports cable channel. And you can think of. There's a very good chance that we carry it missing the news networks. You correct me if I'm wrong. Don't don't non-sports nine news. We do have a couple of news networks but generally also the major cable news networks. Go with the sports networks. So why don't you have the news. Networks this consumer over here. That's basically all I want to say. I can live without most networks but I'd like to have the news networks there. Yeah it's funny. I mean I think that this is an area that could change. I think we're interested in seeing how we could offer news. But typically the news networks are owned by the same programmers grammars that owned The sports channels and they won't license them separately so if you wanted to offer in some of you know some of the news networks like NBC News We'd have to offer an MSNBC We'd have to offer all of the other comcast's NBC networks. which would drive up the cost significantly But I think there are some solutions. That could get us there. I think some people want news but interestingly we also hear a lot of people who say they're happy to not have news in the package. They sort of want to be prevented from their own sort of choices around watching the news content and they're happy to not have it in the lineup streaming streaming wars. How they affecting you everything that's been going on for the last year? Well let me answer that. But I'd like to get back to your point about all the cart as as well but I think that all the stuff around the streaming wars we've you at a super positive that it will be a big boon to what we're doing because you know all these new services that are coming to market Disney plus peacock. Hbo Max generally the way you get. These services is by using roku fire TV apple TV android TV these connected. TV devices which is where our service runs and we don't actually carry content from Disney NBC warner etc.. So they're actually really great. Add Ons to to Filo where you're not duplicating anything. And it's a way to get access to these libraries of content from other programmers for people who subscribe Filo Dot TV correct to the website. Our website is filed combat. We also have filed dot TV. That works just just as well. It's one less character type. Either one will get you to the same place and you can subscribe download the APP or you can download our APP we have on Android a Iowa etc.. I already mentioned. It's really easy to try file allow. I said it's literally under ten seconds to go to the website type in your phone number and once we confirm it. You're in the product you can start watching content right away. Andrew mccollum FILO DOT COM

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Iran plane crash: What we know about downed flight PS752

CNBC's Fast Money

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Iran plane crash: What we know about downed flight PS752

"Follow up to that tragic airplane crash in Iran. Here's what we know right. Now the Boeing seven thirty-seven went down shortly after takeoff from Tehran. On crash killed all one hundred sixty seven passengers and nine crew members on board. The cause of the crash is not immediately known. It's getting out of Philo. Bow with more on this developing story fill at first. It was mechanical failure. I heard you on this morning on Squawk box about it. Has the narrative shifted at all all as he has gone on yes. It's shifted primarily because this doesn't add up Ryan increasingly when I talk with people who have been aviation accident Inspectors or who have worked with the NTSB or with the FAA who. Now do this for a living as as a consultant whether it's with airlines whether it's with Boeing whether it's Airbus all of them have said the same thing none of this adds up and their primary feeling. Is this look. You just. Don't have a plane two minutes after takeoff which is on a normal flightpath hit. Hit Seventy nine hundred feet. There's no mayday call. And then boom all telemetry stops. No that doesn't happen in a mechanical failure. Those planes are designed even if there is a fire to give the pilots and opportunity to get back to the airport or to find a place where they could possibly land the airplane. None of that happened in this case which is why people are saying okay. Something suspicious here. Will we find out the answer. Maybe not Iran saying it may not turn over two black boxes or the cockpit voice recorder and if they don't turn that over well in this environment the odds are the NTSB in the State Department will never be able to work out. A way for Boeing knowing where others to get their hands on those two so it may remain a mystery. So as you take a look at shares of Boeing. Yes they were down pre market. When word I came out about this crash came back a little bit during the day? I would say that this stock is under pressure today. Brian more because of the downgrade by Cowan which said look the Max issues will will mean a lower free cash flow. I think that had a better a greater impact. I should say on this stock then the circumstances surrounding this crash again. More more and more questions than answers and really suspicious if Phil Phil how long you've been covering airline sector more than twenty well more than twenty five years now well then and twenty five years we have seen black boxes not get found. Unfortunately there are things in the middle of the sea where he just cannot locate. Have you in twenty five years ever seen a situation where the black box is is located but not turned over. I haven't seen that but it's not surprising. The country where the accident happens. They control everything. So if you haven't country look if there was a plane accident in North Korea is likely we would get the black box if we wanted it. No Oh and it's pre- it's a similar situation going on in Iran right now doesn't mean it's not impossible look at some point around may say. Here's the black box. We're going to turn it over to investigators so so we can all analyse the data but at this point the early indication is they're not planning on turning it over now but that that North Korean Air Koryo would be a forty year old 707 oh seven or illusion. Aircraft not been three year old. Exact blowing 737 Philip. Thank you very

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Why has Pakistan sentenced a former president to death?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:16 min | 1 year ago

Why has Pakistan sentenced a former president to death?

"Pakistan was founded in nineteen forty seven. It has not proved an easy country to lead indeed indeed. It's something of a Wanda anyone tries. In those seven. Short decades of its existence Pakistan has seen two presidents or the equivalent overthrown in coups. WHO's to forced into resignation to quitting to avoid impeachment one hanged one killed in an arguably suspicious plane crash one chased into exile one one dying from illness in office of Pakistan's prime ministers four have being sacked three unloaded by their own parties. One chased into exile one on assassinated one chased into exile and then assassinated upon their return and these are an incomplete assessment of the hazards attendant upon high office in Pakistan. We've only got about five minutes and at any rate to say. Nothing of uncountable. Attempted assassinations failed. Coups d'etat and sundry abortive altuve plots any occupant of Pakistan's presidential palace or prime ministerial residence nose to sleep with one eye open and a pistol beneath a pillow pillow so it is possible that Pervez Musharraf who was president of Pakistan between two thousand and one and two thousand eight has responded philosophically to the death sentence passed upon him this week by a court in Islamabad which convicted him of high treason. Musharraf cannot claim that he didn't know what he was getting himself into to inaction at. This moment is suicide for Pakistan and I cannot allow this country to commit suicide. I had to take this action in order to preserve the democratic transition then rick I initiated Massara also enjoys the constellation that the sentence is unlikely ever to be enacted he received news of the verdict in Dubai. Are you where he has lived since two thousand sixteen having prudently contracted around then a mysterious ailment. That could not possibly have been treated. In any of Pakistan's many perfectly serviceable hospitals certain reprehensible cynics have further suggested that the United Arab Emirates lack of an extradition treaty with Pakistan may have been as much a factor in sheriff's choice of destination as the healthcare in assessing the reasons for what has befallen Musharraf. It is worth recapping how he gained power in Pakistan and how he lost it. Musharraf was a career army officer and by one thousand nine hundred nine join held the rank of general and the title of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Pakistan's senior most military role that year tensions between Musharaff Graf and then Prime Minister Sharif climaxed in a coup d'etat in which Musharaff seized power. I would like to please do not expect your level of democracy which you learned over a number of centuries all trying to learn and we are doing well the last time Musharraf held office surviving at least a two assassination attempts until two thousand eight when he resigned amid chaos and turbulence encroaching from a number of fronts. He left for London and returned to Pakistan in two thousand thirteen hoping to campaign for office again but found himself under house arrest. Prominent among a lengthy list of accusations against him was involvement in the assassination of former prime minister and former Philo exile Benazir Bhutto. who was murdered shortly after her return to Pakistan in two thousand and seven tourist allies and we are prepared to risk the liberty but we are not prepared to surrender our great nation the militants? This is not what Musharraf has been convicted of however however the high treason charge relates to his unsuccessful last-ditch attempt to prolong his presidency in two thousand and seven. He declared a state of emergency see and suspended. The constitution pulled the plugs on TV. Channels sacked the chief justice of the Supreme Court and had several opposition figures placed under house. Arrest I including current Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan Musharraf may be reflecting that some of his former foes have long memories but so Doodoo who do some of his former comrades Pakistan's military has always taken a flexible view of the convention of submission to Civilian Command and one of the more more brow arching responses to the death sentence against Musharraf has come from the Pakistani military's media department which said that the sentence had been received and with a lot of pain and anguish by the rank and file of Pakistan's armed forces. 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Putin meets with Ukraine leader Zelensky for the first time

All Things Considered

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Putin meets with Ukraine leader Zelensky for the first time

"From NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro the leaders of Russia and Ukraine have just wrapped up talks in Paris it's an attempt to end the war in eastern Ukraine where thirteen thousand people have already died this is the first time you cranes new president Philo demerits Lynskey has met with Vladimir Putin the two leaders talked about the outcome of the meeting in a joint press conference and we're joined now by NPR's leucine Kim who's been watching from Moscow hi Lucy in a R. E. this was supposed to be peace summit in hopes of resolving a five year long conflict between the two countries that were there any breakthroughs no this was largely a confirmation of the status quo of the peace process called the Minsk agreement that started in twenty fourteen this process has been completely frozen for the past three years so in some sense it could be considered progress that the lens can Putin even met the less he said going into this meeting he was looking for a lasting ceasefire along the whole front line and an exchange of all prisoners

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"philo" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"philo" Discussed on T with Charles

"You're lucky i believe in second chances thank you. No pick your jaw up off the floor. Quebec tear clam chowder and shallow conversations couch final electric quote. I look too good not to be seeing and there you have it people. We have have quotes of electro abundance from the t._v. Show pose. Do you feel your inner electric coming out idea. I feel a lot more fierce than i did five minutes minutes ago you. You look a lot more fear thank you you're standing about six feet tall. I am your cheekbones coming into all a._r. They are i've to say electricity was at basically every house in bose because she started in her own house abundance than she was in ferocity. She spent a little fulltime evangelist and finally she starts her own house of winter. Filo a few had a house and you were walking balls. What would the name of your house the house of planets. Let's who why the house of planets. I don't know sister came to mind was thinking you were going to say house of sobriety but i guess that's too obvious no i wouldn't. I like to keep sobriety as an ingredient in my house. Not the you know. It's an ingredient in my life. If that makes the rest of my life possible it's not necessarily the flavor that i wanna all my life to be known by though thank you for joining me four t with charles filo where can all my listeners c._q. Online myself personally. I'm on in the social network said filo haagen he h. I. l. o. h. E. g. e. and the west hollywood recovery centers online at the w. h. R. i see dot org and we're also on the social network said the w. h. Tursi very cool and haagen like the eighty singer nina haagen correct exactly exactly wow. I love nina haagen. We lo- filo hauge <hes>. You're welcome to join

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"philo" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"philo" Discussed on T with Charles

"Drug trading who's greeting drugs for you is not necessarily the most trustworthy individual okay so you know back in the day. It's like cocaine used to be cut with lots of baby aspirin or something or as things have gone on like sometimes that the additional things are using to make drugs are way more toxic and dangerous than that drugs themselves than sentinel is is it because i know heroines a powder right but is also powder. Is it a pill most. I think most people who are using sentinel are in in for nine. Recreational purposes are are chronic nonstop pain people. They're not like recovering from surgery. People like people who are literally in chronic non. Stop pain gene so it's like a couple little salt granules. We're talking tiny amount will go a really really long way. Hey and those are primarily sort of administered through patches that matches like release all day and there's kids today that are using patch is as for recreational purposes but it's it's a it's a synthetic opiates can be put into anything you can find it. In math. You can find ended in any opiates out there m._d. Ama these days it's like they seem to be sliding and into more and more and more places places. There is a recent story with lake. I think twelve people who were admitted to the emergency room for cocaine in massachusetts right who all had feno feno overdoses so they thought they bought cocaine but it was actually cocaine cut with federal. You're saying it was it was turned out to be pretty much fenton. All with a little cocaine cain in it and four of them died eight of them. Were you know so it's like eight of them manage to get out of it alive but like twelve them all twelve with them overdosed so these kids that have these opiate addictions or problems with federal say they want to go to the west hollywood recovery center for treatment. What what program would they seek out. The west hollywood recovery center primarily is sort of a network of twelve step groups and i am as the manager like someone who will network you into any other place that you need to go so if you can literally can you can come in off the streets homeless i will get you if you're willing you now into a recovery house or mcintyre house or a variety of other places to get you off the street. Get you into a rehabilitation program so that's incredible incredible filo and we're lucky to have you today at charles. We are going to gaze at several hot topics through your lens as an expert on substance abuse and addiction fiction. Are you ready for some t sure and let's dive into these topics. We often hear about celebrities. He's that go off.

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"philo" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"philo" Discussed on T with Charles

"What kind of programs happen at the center pretty much. If there's a twelve step group it's happening being in happens at the west hollywood recovery center so alcoholics anonymous crystal meth anonymous marijuana and non m._s. sex in love addicts anonymous. Ooh that sounds pretty interesting doesn't it though so since you work up close in the trenches here in a city where partying can quickly glee escalate out of control for someone what substance abuse trends do notice in two thousand nineteen mostly the same ones that have been going on the method pedantic is is still happening in raging on in west hollywood particularly among gay men and men who don't identify as gay but seem i'm to have sex with men yeah. I noticed that crystal math. I don't do drugs. I don't drink but notice that on the dating apps when people want to refer to crystal meth they always say party <hes> i always think to myself. When did the word party. Go for meaning like happy birthday party to a dance dance with tina crystal meth that i'm not entirely sure of but <hes> party in play p._n._p. Is definitely like the this the three little ooh initials you wanna watch out for. If you're trying to meet someone and you're not trying to meet someone who's doing meth so there's that though bid epidemic the damage is happening in west hollywood. Just like it is everywhere else in america. What specifically does the opioid epidemic referred to. What drugs are they taking but talking anything with heroin morphine oxycontin anything that's opie the at based or a synthetic opium derivative as i've seen a lot about sentinel lately what exactly is offensive. No is a synthetic opiates so it's about fifty to one hundred times more powerful than morphine but similar in in terms of how it plays in its interactions with your brain so it's particularly deadly and it's you know these these days to sentinel is something that you'll find popping up in sometimes as much as eighty percent of all kinds of drugs out there because it's your home your home chemist who's creating this this drug trading who's greeting drugs for you is not necessarily the most trustworthy individual okay so you know back in the day..

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"philo" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"philo" Discussed on T with Charles

"Joining me in the studio. This week is an extremely distinguished gentleman that works everyday everyday staring straight into the heart of darkness working in the belly of the beast care as my guess is the manager of the west hollywood recovery center filo haagen. Thanks thanks for having me. I have a question for you charles. Though what does what does the tea in tea with charles stand for what does the t._n._t. With edvard is stands for whatever you wanted to stand for so it can be the tea for truths. Okay it can be for t like spilling the t. We're gonna share. Some gossips will the t e b t for tremendous as long as it's something bad. Please don't say t- for trois fuller t for terrible or t for turn biscuit or or something like that. Please please something positive with my but today since you work at the west hollywood recovery center. I thought it would be for teetotaler okay if he wanted to. Go go there. We'll go there all right because if you remember from your s._a._t. Vocab city teetotaler is somebody that brings tea instead of alcohol call to a party. Yes and you work at a center that is focused on recovery and sobriety and <hes>. I bring t to purdy right. I would bring some boba uh-huh you weren't right in the center of west hollywood. Where exactly is the west hollywood. Recovery center situated. It's located right on robertson boulevard sixty six north robertson between beverly hills housewives lease of andrew pumps sir lounge or lounge okay and abby at the abbey bobby. One thing i wanna point out is that the abbey is located next to another one of lease of andrew pumps establishment pump yes so so the west hollywood recovery center is basically being straddled by lisa. You've got papa one-sided sir on the other and you know i said it was in the belly of the beast. You're in the heart of the west hollywood partying area. Yes a lot happens on robertson boulevard every day and i'm kind of pissed for all the time they've been there. I've never seen stasi schroeder. Even one hundred people for people who wanna no. I is located located there on robertson boulevard and one of the most happening places in west hollywood. What kind of programs happen at the center pretty much. If there's a twelve step group it's happening being in happens at the west hollywood recovery center so alcoholics.

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Israel's Netanyahu wins re-election, main challenger concedes defeat

Between The Lines

11:04 min | 2 years ago

Israel's Netanyahu wins re-election, main challenger concedes defeat

"History is littered with great political comeback fodders. You think of Churchill Menzies do goal Nixon John Howard here in Australia by Japan Mahattaya in Malaysia well at Benjamin Netanyahu to the list region off time and again and against all the odds. He's bounceback with tremendous force to win a fifth term as Israel's prime minister now to he more about Netanyahu's triumph, and what it means for the Middle East. Let's he from one of Israel's most prominent commentators Yari is an Israel by Philo at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. He's author of among other books toward Israel Palestinian disengagement. I heard welcome to IB radio. Thank you for having. How do you account for Netanyahu's victory? Well, number one is to us. Over these comes to running election campaign and years, the manage the compaign alone single handed with a bunch of twenty five year old. Kids who were doing the social media for him. But the main polls is probably the fact that the majority if we want of the Israeli voters in that make me on Yahoo has heavies Dayton called and be charged with corruption breach of its then that team do that. And let's see what the decision of the court is. But in the meantime, according to the Israeli low lasts long before stepping Netanyahu became prime minister. He's allowed to stay in office until convicted at the last instance of the supreme court just. Oh. He's been accused of accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in gifts in exchange for five years as well as cutting Elissa deals with media publishes now what he have to deal with these in Lockley document by this attorney general in Israel on charges of robbery and fraud. He has a there will be Irie. Which is the the is system. The lawyers Donyo will have the option to present the case of the defense to the attorney general, and then he has to make a decision on whether to press charges and exactly what charges had cases befall politicians in which the hearing change the decision of the general. So he denies wrongdoing, but he might have to step down as he fought the charges, but couldn't Yahoo push legislation grinding immunity to a sitting prime minister that's conceivable, isn't it. Oh, no. Netanyahu, according to Israel. You know, does not have to set down. And in fact, before foaming is next government the coalition government. He's going to secure the commitment of all these potential partners that the current low will be respected that means that baby can stay by means there and at the same time face trial. This is the low by the way, this low is exclusively for four prime ministers. It doesn't apply to ministers members of parliament, etc. Kinda victory some site that he's close relationship with President Trump helped. And if you think about Trump's coal for a US embassy in Jerusalem, US recognition of Israel sovereignty in the goal and hearts stash with Syria and the designation just last week of Iran's Islamic revolutionary guard corps as a terror organization to what extent to that. All of that help Netanyahu secure a fifth term. I think it does Netanyahu. That is is. His generally, including many of those who despised and we'd like to see him gone. They only create his qualities as an international statement. And I would like to point out if I may that even more than Trump, it is is close relationship with letting Putin that help begin because he's to today's early that he's in the position to have the air force start consistently against Iranian targets in Syria. And Mr Putin does not do anything to stop it. Although he has the air force. And the defense batteries underground in Syria that is intriguing because baby Netanyahu has also reached out to many of the SUNY Arabs in the Gulf states, and of course agent and clearly that move is primarily motivated by a joint fear of Iran. On. But you're saying that Netanyahu's close relationship with Putin also helps even though Putin is supporting Iran. Yes. But I think that what we see here is a balancing act played by to hidden in which you baby for over three news. Now, he has if you won't air force to go after the Iranians in Syria, hundreds and hundreds of strikes at the same time. He's using the Iranian issue theory. You know, the to the. The reverence there. So this is sort of hippie poop Putin game, which is going on. You've mentioned the relationship that BB has developed the Sunni Arab states, mainly the Gulf mainly Saudi Arabia and the United Emirates DC's for many in Israel. This is. Proof and everything that he's doctrine is working. And he's Dr knees, very simple. He says things the Palestinians are not willing to ever deal with for the foreseeable future. And that's the case this accepted by the majority of these. He says developed now relationship with the rest of the Arbor. So that later on maybe the students in soften their position and become possible. This works with Israeli public opinion. My guess is our hood Yari. He's a Middle East commentator for his Riley television, the more than four decades. And we're talking about baby Netanyahu shelled to be Israel's longest serving later back to Netanyahu. He's Wally believed to be smug and vindictive you account, the he's remarkable ability to overcome setbacks time, and again, I I know. Oh, be for many years. Politically is very very agile, very creative and innovative. He is an master of tricks, including Dietrich's, which are not in the political book of Israeli politics. He is a guy who doesn't have close friends is a guy who doesn't have people whom he really trust. But he's the guy who's trusted by many. So every everybody knows that the he's in a way a tricky BB. But people say who else do we have do we have a real alternative to be the moment the three ex-chief so fan stuff? We've new Bruin white poppy manage to beat these electorate and that they are not obsolete. And this is a good party reason why be one again. Really against all. Yes. And you say he's the master of dirty tricks babies. Also, the master of wrongfooting his opponents, if you think about the opposition live party creek me if I'm wrong, I think I've ruled Israel for most of its first three decades yet lie. I only want about five percent of the vote. How do you account for lives dramatic decline in Israel? Labor was decimated was gradually destroyed by deals local of ninety three they upset to these early public. We can have with the Palestinians. We could make peace late Prime Minister Rabin appeal by everybody and the late Chiba Perez and things early public by now could be that that was the wrong approach. So the labor party's paying the price. And what you have now a needs that even the people those ships are excerpts of stuff ran against to be now. And called a very very fine result. They were very careful not to say that they are left. It's a bed. World news any politics after flow be very careful not to say that they support a Palestinian state any foreseeable future. Your critic your critics Netanya his critics who had died side that Israel is on a trajectory to become an apartheid stidham bit. Lock the foam, South Africa Palestinians will eventually be a majority, but without the raw of citizens. This is Jonathan Freedland in the God. And he says that Netanyahu's re election heralds the further undermining of the rule of law including threats to the occupied Boyce Bank. How would you respond to those concerns? I it's not the first time that I disagree entirely with will ever Mr. three hundred writing, but Israel is not going to move to a next West Bank. And to assume that the only solution that we have inside is a one St. in which the Palestinians, do not be granted, equal rights is simply out of sync with was Israel is that same into that voted be Becky office. You'll have a it eighty five percent majority for two states Aleutian. Of course, once the Palestinians, Alrighty, finally to go for you have a solid eighty eighty five percent majority against on exertion of even parts of the west thing at cetera et cetera et cetera defect that we are not going to have tomorrow. The fact that the may not be Mr.. Now's first priority. Now does not mean that we are down leaper slope of going to watch date. That's something which is not going to happen knowing my country for what it is.

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Philo streaming TV service provides lots of channels for not a lot of money

Geek News Central

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Philo streaming TV service provides lots of channels for not a lot of money

"philo" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"philo" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

"And we have a concept album that we actually raised funds to go to the little dogs and cats during the hurricane it's called dog songs, and there's a song that he he actually inspired the whole thing. He wrote a song about John wicks dog. And I was like we need to put this out into the world. And so then I wrote a song about Santa's little helper are. Cops wrote a song about the dog from national lampoon vacation might Kroll nerdier Joan array on their to Jonah Ray. So please, welcome to the podcast associated of mad magazine. Musician comedian writer, Casey Boyd Philo. Thank you for that wonderful introduction. I didn't know it so many thing. Great. Because Casey Casey is absolutely one of my very closest friends. And it's a joy when you get to kind of bring, you know, because in this town at any town, really you have different groups of friends. They don't always overlap, but I would say that. Julia and Casey are like equally close to me, but kind of not necessarily like in the same hang out and not necessarily gonna find you guys hanging out without me yet. But. A real test. And just wanna say you mentioned off podcasts that you didn't get much sleep last night because you were nervous and. That that was earned because. Still am one friend after this. I'm that you told me that you collaborate with him almost as much as you collaborate with me, and I just feel like it's going to be a real test. Now, we will find out who the mummy and the, Debbie. And I'm the child trag get your validation anytime, you know. Yeah. I'm cited this episode is so funny, and it's really really underrated. Another thing about why cases a great person for this episode is because as much as I talk about the swelter books, I rarely give credit to the person who actually introduced me to them. And that is Casey Boyd. I am the biggest I mean, it's so what happened was I got sent the list of episodes. And I I always did was I went through them. And I was like there's gotta be a sore throat or need to do because he's you know, what am my one of my heroes and one of those guys if I read anything written by him, I everything I right there after is in his voice for a week. I read him. Yeah. Brexit banners voice. It's true. It's hard to read. We talk about his his I guess we'll call them novellas because there are a little bit on the shorter side. We talk about them all the time. And you know, you get the hint that it could just be read and Rex painters. Maybe John Schwartz folder is Rex banner than it. Like never leaves. You all detective novels too. So it has that kind of, you know, hyped up like film, Noir, Pulp Fiction, the kind of thing. I it's also dangerous in a way reading his stuff because he makes it he always very inspiring reading his stuff. And because he makes it looks seem so easy. He just has his way of writing. That's just him speaking. And it's very it's it's always very clever and smart, but it seems so simple. And it's just like, oh, I can do this could do this. Which is what great writers artists you being in look effortless acidly. Yeah. Sam wiles who has been on the puck. Before was submitting stuff to mad magazine and showing some of his work and referring to it as this is the period where I was just trying to right Johnson. Because I mean as a as Casey said like we've talked about this on the podcast before like, you watch a certain thing here certain thing, and.

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"philo" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"philo" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Philo flooding around the area route thirty five and Neptune of flooding between Sylvania avenue and route thirty three quarterlies avenue. This report is sponsored by hallmark also flooding on route one thirty in Brooklyn, and that's been affecting things in both directions. So standby for delays around that seventy eight west has been top one going out towards Clinton aged thirteen to twelve that's flipped over vehicle accident. The right lane is currently blocked off. There's more flooding on eighteen south wall right at the southern end of eighteen by route one thirty eight and so looks like one lane is underwater in that spot Parkway north of at one forty two there was a stall that's been pulled out of the way and other ones still being cleared south on the Parkway by one twenty five. You've got slow traffic coming off the Driscoll bridge as a result of that not too tough on the turnpike. So far it up slow traffic black horse pike sales at the AC expressway and continuing for a little stretch and also to ninety five south of forty two on the credit side. They did clear an accident. Berlin, tangible seventy three northbound side when doing badly across the Delaware. Hudson river crossings, everything under five at a delay. Christmas is around the corner, while the ones you care about with all the all new hallmark paper wonder cards, the three D cars at open up to reveal a world of holiday wonder available wherever hallmark cards are sold. Traffic every fifteen minutes next report a two thirty-three from the raycatena dot com traffic ask. I'm Tom rivers on New Jersey one zero one point five New Jersey one point five. Don't miss out on Hamilton Mazdas ball event. Three yourself to a luxury car, we're SUV at an affordable price. Lease a new two thousand eighteen Mazda c x five sport automatic all wheel drive from.

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"philo" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"philo" Discussed on FT Management

"It definitely comes more natural in today's generation because of these developments which enters nation than what do you do to make yourself open. All these opportunities apart from the roles that you're juggling. Are you are you learning other things outside the law and your discipline? Definitely know this that I have to beyond my own discipline. And that I have to develop myself with way broader said of skills, Kansas specialize and say, you know, what? Specialize in corporate law or tax law, and they're going to take position that and I'm going to do that my whole life. I definitely noticed that it's essential to look beyond that. And I'm also juggling multiple positions. An altar to get a broader voter life experience and to see what other people are doing and meeting other people in just living in just one little bubble. I guess I think that's also very view of strong sense of purpose. I sense and just talking to you with how do you deal is this because if you look at it one in four people know have mental issues, the changes going to wick celebrate people have more fear. I might able to participate in the future we see it in the corporate world with even everything else. We're spending a lot of time on cutting people into physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being, but still the numbers the direction it's going staggering. If you look at it on the European bases. Global basis you feel the tension or which I do feel. I do see it Philo Philo people of my generation and think it depends a lot on how interest intrinsically motivated you. Or if you have a very high level intrinsic motivation of doing something, which is beyond yourself, and I have. Yeah. Exactly. And I do know that that I have this fairy very high purpose of its oak boils down to the commission. What's your purpose in life? But these stand for what are your principles? What do you want to achieve? If you develop some ants, which those questions and that takes time. And as you grow up, you get a better sense of getting some answer tweets questions. Those patients become a bit list. So I'm actually at the stage now where you're more comfortable knowing dad's as long as I do something which tributes. Something I know doing something good. But when I was younger, I definitely felt stations which you're talking about it. It can definitely be frightening for young people to look at the world and say, what is going to be my role in this also more difficult still to defend your purpose. When you're yes. Exactly, I also often said to people in the company outside as through leadership is putting yourself to the service of orders on their view can marry that was very noble cost to make this better place for all then life is very good inverse base, very rewarding. But it also makes you more resilient. What do you think was leaders need to do differently since we've moved into the leadership discussion, what would lead as need to do differently in the coming years to accommodate some of the things that you've been describing as the uncertainties I think one of the key words that I would mention his empathy at a word that's been used actually during this year's Jerker. Affirm is bell and three the ability to to really place yourself in the lives of others to to to listen with care and to really. Not necessarily to agree with everything that others have to say, but have to ability to to feel what it liked to to be another person, and to feel what their life is like, and I think that really helps to be making real connections in having real conversations. And when you do that, for example, do that in business organization, you will tend to be more client to look at the broader set of stakeholders in their interest, not just surely focused on for example, shareholder field mutation. So I think empty plays a big role in the how hard is it? Pull to be an empathetic leader in the brother cold world of of business. It is business. Terms have of masculine terms and win-lose mentalities are still the dominant force the way we define winning is fairly narrow when of financial success. This was out looking at environmental and social. So if you are honest will be fair to say, it is difficult..

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"philo" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"philo" Discussed on FT Management

"It definitely comes more natural in today's generation because of these developments which enters nation than what do you do to make yourself open. All these opportunities apart from the roles that you're juggling. Are you are you learning other things outside the law and your discipline? Definitely know this that I have to beyond my own discipline. And that I have to develop myself with way broader said of skills, Kansas specialize and say, you know, what? Specialize in corporate law or tax law, and they're going to take position that and I'm going to do that my whole life. I definitely noticed that it's essential to look beyond that. And I'm also juggling multiple positions. An altar to get a broader voter life experience and to see what other people are doing and meeting other people in just living in just one little bubble. I guess I think that's also very view of strong sense of purpose. I sense and just talking to you with how do you deal is this because if you look at it one in four people know have mental issues, the changes going to wick celebrate people have more fear. I might able to participate in the future we see it in the corporate world with even everything else. We're spending a lot of time on cutting people into physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being, but still the numbers the direction it's going staggering. If you look at it on the European bases. Global basis you feel the tension or which I do feel. I do see it Philo Philo people of my generation and think it depends a lot on how interest intrinsically motivated you. Or if you have a very high level intrinsic motivation of doing something, which is beyond yourself, and I have. Yeah. Exactly. And I do know that that I have this fairy very high purpose of its oak boils down to the commission. What's your purpose in life? But these stand for what are your principles? What do you want to achieve? If you develop some ants, which those questions and that takes time. And as you grow up, you get a better sense of getting some answer tweets questions. Those patients become a bit list. So I'm actually at the stage now where you're more comfortable knowing dad's as long as I do something which tributes. Something I know doing something good. But when I was younger, I definitely felt stations which you're talking about it. It can definitely be frightening for young people to look at the world and say, what is going to be my role in this also more difficult still to defend your purpose. When you're yes. Exactly, I also often said to people in the company outside as through leadership is putting yourself to the service of orders on their view can marry that was very noble cost to make this better place for all then life is very good inverse base, very rewarding. But it also makes you more resilient. What do you think was leaders need to do differently since we've moved into the leadership discussion, what would lead as need to do differently in the coming years to accommodate some of the things that you've been describing as the uncertainties I think one of the key words that I would mention his empathy at a word that's been used actually during this year's Jerker. Affirm is bell and three the ability to to really place yourself in the lives of others to to to listen with care and to really. Not necessarily to agree with everything that others have to say, but have to ability to to feel what it liked to to be another person, and to feel what their life is like, and I think that really helps to be making real connections in having real conversations. And when you do that, for example, do that in business organization, you will tend to be more client to look at the broader set of stakeholders in their interest, not just surely focused on for example, shareholder field mutation. So I think empty plays a big role in the how hard is it? Pull to be an empathetic leader in the brother cold world of of business. It is business. Terms have of masculine terms and win-lose mentalities are still the dominant force the way we define winning is fairly narrow when of financial success. This was out looking at environmental and social. So if you are honest will be fair to say, it is difficult..

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Indonesia  a haven for heavy metal

Correspondents Report

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Indonesia a haven for heavy metal

"A pretty tantalizing reckon there for story that Chevron will eventually emerge from the jungle to fall for the IB say that out the family, she found they will have a great story to tell. We'll be hearing that some time down the track. Guess you'd have to say. For all the abbey's as foreign correspondents. That job can take them too strange and unfamiliar worlds, and a touch of culture shock can be a common affliction. But sometimes their assignments too far like hell's can bring them reminders of their own origins. Let's see now from Indonesia correspondent, David Lipson who found himself getting his head bang on in Jakarta, recently, LIPA, Don, these black shirt and ripped jeans to attend the recent guns N roses concert in Jakarta in his search for Indonesia's heavy middle. My him. My wife spotted the tickets in the Jakarta Facebook group guns and roses, reunited, most of them anyway and playing in Indonesia's capital. Just a stone's throw away from the mall known as Sonoran city with the grass is paved in the air is greedy. I was in. I'd seen them in nine hundred ninety three at Eastern Creek in Sydney's, western suburbs, aged fourteen gun is infamy end decadence was at its peak just before they imploded in disappeared for a few decades concert was described by the media at the time is the biggest gig Australia had ever seen. It'll be remembered as a day of heavy metal mayhem the estrange. Impress were obsessed with the band's reputation for causing trouble. If they press conference even Norman Gunston got into yet. Gunston roses. A few decades later presumably with a Bank balances depleted nave reformed axl slash Duff. Dizzy back on tour and willing to sweat it out on stage in Jakarta's swampy heat. He'd make HAMAs a surprise to hear, but Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, which is facing a rash of religious. Conservatism is something of a haven. The heavy metal groups of black clad longhaired, locals can be seen huddled around their phones in parks all over the capital. And as a nation Indonesia is prolific when it comes to producing noise that I'm told is pretty well respected on the middle. Saint. This is all female all Muslim band. Betcha approach which this year gained worldwide attention for the unconventional attire headlines. Like hid bangers in jobs. Pleasant. Little Diddy is by band called Berga kill from bundle. I've previously played heaving crowds at the big day out and sound way concerts in Astrid, just wrapped up another successful European tour with Philo minstrels dead scored on this night, though in Jakarta, g NF and IRS was the name up in lights and among the crowd. None other than Indonesia's President Joko Widodo described as the world's first metal head of state. He regularly slashes universal sign for rocking out with index and pinky fingers. Extended like devil horns is record collection. Includes the likes of megadeath ni- palm diff- lamb of God godless symptoms and slayer is love of Metallica is legendary and is even go to into hot water twice in two thousand thirteen metallica's Robert Trujillo gave him a signed bass guitar leading to allegations. It was a bribe. That Qatar now sits proudly in the foyer of Indonesia's corruption radicalization commission, then this year, the rock and roll president was back in the press after you folks out more than a thousand dollars to ensure a signed limited edition, sit of metallica's master of puppets album, didn't go the same way as the guitar. It was a gift from Denmark's, prime minister and Under Indonesia's anti corruption laws couldn't be accepted without a price. I knew the president's attendance of the stadium was sure to cause even more traffic havoc than usual as his motorcade would shut down all the roads near the stadium. So it set aside a modest two and a half hours to get to a nearby restaurant. Grab a quick burger with some friends and walk over to the stadium. I'd massively underestimated Jakarta's infamous much it or traffic jams. When the taxi finally arrived to pick me up. It took two hours to travel the three point seven kilometres. Why didn't you get out and walk? He you ask well idea. Eventually with no footpath had to weave between cars and motorbikes on the motorway in a slow motion race to get their time walking down the middle of the road. Twelve lane road. I think I'm chugging along when the traffic guys bit faster. And then going back to a walk when when things. Resume that crawls after twenty minutes of inhaling exhaust, fumes miraculously bumped into my friends who had the tickets, and we made our way across the overpass above an ocean of red brake lights honking homes eventually into the stadium sitting down just in time to be welcomed to the jungle. So who's written about LA yearly eighties? But it could just as easily be Jakarta 2018. The gig lasted a full three hours. They played all the hits sweat poured off lead guitarists slashes forearms as he shredded the solos. I have looked more dead than alive a bit like he'd been drawn with a lift hand. He's still got it lead singer axl rose still has something he couldn't quite hit the high notes like he wants could. But he still screeched like a banshee even found on a few occasions. I lost control of my top lip is it curled up into a gun as style. Head. Banging smile. I looked around. I realized like those on stage, and like me the gun is crowded gained a few years and a few kilograms since the early ninety s may have been twenty years between concerts, one thing guns and roses fans have always head. He's a little patience. Indonesia correspondent David Lipson reporting there with help from exile slash Duff. And dizzy, and maybe just a touch of an egg Qatar Sola this somewhere along the way as well.

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Bat Jammers

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Bat Jammers

"You may know that bats about son waves off objects to build a sensory map of their surroundings. A sort of sonar called echo location when sound waves bounce off prey mainly. Insects. That's hone in on the signal to locate their meal sonar can be blocked at one study has found that Mexican free tailed bats blocked Philo bat sonar signals when competing for food. The study began by looking at something else how tiger boss fend off big Brown bats by jamming their sonar signals. But when the researchers analyze the acoustic data they also notice calls made by Mexican free tailed bats that have been flying high. Above scientists recorded the moth goals, and they found that the Mexican bats. Rulemaking sounds very similar to the tiger moths sonar disrupting calls and follow up study. The researchers recording Mexican Baz out on the hunt making. Sure to capture what they thought were sonar jamming calls, they then tested the recordings in the field when they played the sonar jamming single just as a bet was about to catch an insect. The bet was nearly eighty six percent less likely to succeed. But when they played the signal that other times or altered signals pitch it had no effect on hunting success. It's no surprise that. Like most animals, bats compete for food. But it is surprising. That bats use sonar not only to locate their next meal, but also to prevent their fellow hunters from doing the same. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of silence on our website at a moment of size dot org, or you can also view videos and sign up for podcasts. I'm Don glass.

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Why Ambassadors Still Matter

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:38 min | 2 years ago

Why Ambassadors Still Matter

"Listening to the foreign desk. Still with me are John Everard and Chas Freeman jazz to start the second part of the show. I wanted to go back to one of the points at which we came in which was the role of ambassador during moments of great crisis or great tension. You were the United States ambassador to Saudi Arabia at the time of desert shield and Desert Storm how much does your job change at a moment. Like that. When history is being made around you. Well, one becomes a crisis manager, I was conducting relationships with elements of the Saudi establishment and indeed other governments with members of the coalition with Philo envoys to reality of a sort that I never would have had the war not occurred. So you're a manager not only internally of your diplomatic mission, which contains of course, many different agencies and lots of complicated people who have tendency to act unpredictably under stress, but you're also the manager of. Of relationships with the host country government and with the resident diplomatic community, and you are the mayor of your nationalities local community, they look to you for protection for advise, and I all these functions come into play very very sharply. When a crisis occurs Jomo mutt. Thought of the the ambasaador as actor, especially at a moment of crisis or tension. What was your perception of at moments like that what the stakes actually were as they applied to your particular job? Like how badly can one person damage or I guess how much how vastly can one person improve relations between to entire nations depending on where you are the onset can be a really quite a lot. I mean, very often and work in countries where you may be the only member of the sending nation that these guys are gonna come across. So yes, you can shape events. Really quite considerably and the calls you make under stress come effect history. I mean, maybe not the broad thrust of wilt history. The history for that nation, and the we affects its place in the world. Yes that can happen. Just follow that up. John were the can you recall any particular moments from your own service? I guess especially probably as ambassador to North Korea, which it really struck. You about a given situation that I really don't want to get this one wrong. I remember very clearly after north Chris I nuclear test frenetic meetings of the European Union busters with various of them calling for really soft line on North Korea. And some of us manage to persuade the European Union. Just to hold five for forty eight hours. Just to see what the North Korean said how they explained what they had done which turned out. We'll get into the degree to here was a good thing. Because the North Koreans explains. Their action in ways that nobody had expected them to those another one in Europe. Guar. I was there when something like a decade and a half a right wing government collapsed and the left took power. Now, do you relations with Uruguay up probably not going to affect the broad sweep of well developments? But the acquit lots of people around who was saying that we ought to give you guys the chill, these whistle. Put a communist, and we ought to coach them, and I was able to say, no, no, these are actually reasonable respectable people. You you can agree or disagree with the political tenants. But these are not criminals, and they deserve a fair hearing, and we won chose to put a I guess a similar question to you. How often did you find yourself making decisions or filing reports or having conversations that you felt like they were considerable stakes riding on. This was something you needed to get right? That you need to be. Absolutely sure that you're communicating what you had learnt clearly and Thornton deeply, otherwise things might go, terribly terribly wrong. We'll I was fortunate in my career to be. In a fairly central position on several occasions in the opening of relations with China and as investor to Saudi Arabia during the war to liberate Kuwait I had to make decisions and to recommend decisions that really had great consequences, sometimes just preventing Washington for making foolish mistakes, for example, shortly after the invasion of Kuwait by Saddam Hussein and his forces in the United States, suddenly sent me from a relatively low level an instruction to go to the king of Saudi Arabia and asked for bed down of beef, fifty two's in Jeddah. We'll the only place they could have been bedded down was in the hedge terminal I thought this was a dreadful idea one photo when we would be dead in the Islamic world. And I said so and made other arguments and suggestions for how to avoid the need for such a thing. I got a reply ordering me to do it from a higher level at finally several more interruptions, it ended up with a personal. Message from the president in each case. I replied, you know, I wonder if you have seen the arguments against this. Let me reiterate them if you have considered those and rejected them, of course, I will execute the instruction. And I never heard anything in the end except the president when he came out and thanked me for standing my ground in voiding error, the impetus behind this was a desire by the US air force to demonstrate the continuing utility of the fifty two for budgetary reasons. I think an an anecdote like that demonstrates both the value of ambassadors in an and the satisfaction that must come from doing the job. But as we are regrettably nearing the end developed time did want to ask you, both internal I'll start with you, John. What was the one thing you really disliked about the job? The one thing you kind of glad to not have to do again. Once you've lifted being nice to lofty people is not in my nature. You know, be long enough to know that I tend to speak my mind fairly readily. And not being able to do that includes circumstances created the Yuli when I was in Bosnia having to shake the hands and green happily at Serb mass, murderers, I really didn't like doing. So the actually having to be diplomatic part of being a diplomat was the part that grated. Yes. I mean, some of my colleagues disa- just that I was one of business less likely diplomats. What about you? Are there any parts of the job in the foreign service that you really not Cain to go back to? We'll I agree completely with John. But I would add I really disliked being kissed by men with beards and bad breath. And also just finally because I think at monocle generally, we'd like to encourage the idea of ambassadors and of a country to have a a professional foreign service. We think it's a good thing. I I did also want to ask you both for one encouraging example from history as it were. And again, I'll start with you, John. If if if you have this is a great local radio question, this, do you have a favorite ambassador. Listen, but the the actually ambassador and minister to London in the first World War. The man who argued an argue with the Kaiser an almost stopped the war happening where my heroes and chess. What about you know, I would think of our envoy to France who when presented with the Louisiana purchase from Napoleon as opposed to -bility seize the opportunity without instructions to buy it that more than double the size of the United States, right man in the right spot. You can't argue with that is a good day's work. Chas

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 Ocean County prosecutor testifies about Synthetic opioids like fentanyl

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Ocean County prosecutor testifies about Synthetic opioids like fentanyl

"Speaking at a house of representatives hearing on illegal synthetic drugs. Ocean county prosecutor Joe Coronado began his testimony with a story about his first two weeks on the job in two thousand thirteen saying eight people died in that time all the victims were under the age of twenty eight at one young girl. Eighteen years of age died in a motel room. This young woman was doing fifty packs of heroin a day twenty five in the morning and twenty five at night Coronado says that in two thousand fourteen ten percent of a fatal overdose victims his office examined had all in their system for years later that number has jumped eighty

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"philo" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"philo" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"What kills the concert experience for me everytime or all the incidentals. I have no problem paying the artists to see them. Last Friday. I spent thirty bucks for parking. A beer was going for eleven dollars and fees free ticket were eleven bucks. Yeah, that's that's ridiculous. That's insanity. The parking. This is me off too because thirty bucks to park. Yeah, that's the. Just too much says, how did the members of foreigner behave towards one another at their rock and Roll Hall of fame in Dutch? Oh, never mind. Never mind hits. Love to rub that in. Don't they love? And you're actually, I mean, you're not even getting to the ones that just are on Twitter that never get sent in here that you get to see, right. Real been frankly says, hands down the killers, the best concert I've ever been to not only does Brandon flowers have perfect pitch while on an extremely loud stage. But the stage presence is also unreal. And a Mormon. Philo, Mormon, Brandon flowers. Okay. Of the killers American pirate tweets out. I've seen the the Zac Brown band three times over about six years country band, I guess, right each time, their show gets better and better at the Houston rodeo couple years ago. They covered bohemian rhapsody. Well, that's a bit that was. Sacrilegious almost. What do you mean. Can't have a country band doing bohemian rhapsody or the great songs of all time. Any song can be made into country song because anybody can sing country. Well, that's true. That is true. Nicole tweets. I don't know whether to be happy you guys are making me feel young or sad that I wasn't old enough to go to. Those concerts. And she just she just drove drove the knife in a little right, right. Cata suddenly, like twisted it to make it seem like we wouldn't see it coming. Yeah. Oh, no, we saw that we saw and we felt it. Yeah, you're younger than us. We got it. Got it. All, jeez, I never. I know it was a senior citizen concert last night. I got it. We were all there at four o'clock in the afternoon for the early bird dinner. Ain't nothing wrong with Eaton early. Nothing wrong with that. Just not. I don't want everything. Go to bed early triple eight, nine hundred thirty three ninety. Three. Also, let's go to Fred in New Jersey, Fred, you're on the blaze. Hi, how are you doing recall? Thanks for calling. Thank you first concert. Lack satis. Mirrow Smith together, seventy five. Yes. Wow. No one knew who Aerosmith was just did the dream on album. I think like toys. The addict might just come out and I had never been to a giant venue or ever slow professional music in my life. So I stepped into all of what the nineteen seventies had to offer those days and and that music and thought I literally was in heaven. Yeah, we set. Was that black seventh with with real or was it how ex-. Ozzy Ozzy. Okay. That's. I mean, that's the real black Sabbath. Yeah, that was heyday blocks up. That's stuff that was the giant mirror of the cross that they symbolize on there. What they wear and their albums, and it was made of glass and mirrors and they would hit laser lights on it while war pigs was starting to be played. And I think we all just lost our minds at that point that there was a pungent smell of some herb in the air as well. I believe there was a lot of. Eight, your or trick in it in. I don't know what else. A lot of stuff. Yeah, my my next concert that would compare after the experienced all of that would be Pink. Floyd. Okay. I'm not a big swing fan, but I bet there were really good in concert. They are the reason being is professionalism music that they produce, which is so bizarre in those days. And so cutting edge was actually reproduced on stage perfectly and found it's really difficult to be able to play live music, like the stuff that you would hear in your headphones or at home and and they did it perfectly and that's what made me love that band so much. Yeah, that's fun. Appreciate it..

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"philo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"philo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You should, take a look at what immigrants offer sometimes, the way they do things better than the way you do it right so the parenting book switch to the Indian you don't have to give. It to. Me that's just a couple of things that are valuable to keep. As far as things you wanted to instill in your kids one is definitely respect I remember this joke that's at, eight somewhere here in America but says daddy what, do you want for Father's, Day and he. Says how about some respect and. I. Do believe that in In order to keep it gives. A. Friendship with your kids that respect aspects sometimes. Goes and I believe that it will be. Nice if that was a respect for older generation of respect. For higher authority in term self professors at like I mentioned. Philo human beings human. Beings show when you raise kids in America move have to, deal with peer, groups peer kids peers and did they? Come home and, start acting disrespectfully in? A way they learned from there Other, kids and, their, parents and you had to correct them and say yeah that's something they do that's bad Did you. Address it I think we DSP, we did two point but it happened. The way we did it is before it happened because what happens is when you watch TV, together as a family you notice some of the incidents that's happening on TV and who can point, that out and say this is how he talked to. His father or mother and I don't think that this, thing is that procreate did you know? That sort of thing so we did discuss that with all of people just learning. Bad habits from TV you actually use it as a teaching tool? As a. Teaching tool? The. Kids. Very young yes okay Six one, seven two five four ten thirty I? Do invite you to call you have a question or an observation six hundred seven. Two five four ten.

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"philo" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"philo" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Thank you some brief cheese them enough kilo seem we'll be laugh yes we must see famous hilo hayden philo pudding piano when the thing man sup play the ano how hate them how come for the funny whiskey johnny pretty poignant enough enough.

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"philo" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

06:01 min | 3 years ago

"philo" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Shoot i'd say those but he every in my wall the is it a write up a talk so you for many how philo bound petition unit maybe it acute doubt maybe to recall we had a truly only in this ball with two out of seven point six billion building azziz pulling the banks building we would good money life was brand all chain so my world stop reverse revolve strange seeing my no exist immersion of the universe versa cumin merchant through person kasan stand you with more than the man i was so into cooter rants nothing like andrew we was just on the phone talking about science sake here slips in my jackie which fingle rocky newly in rio thought that i wish in new you'll be you left me scarred but she knows sniffing the kilo out what.

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"philo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"philo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Used it's the fully philo one two three four five six seven twitter account reference in this story to monitor in industry and other current events i'm not familiar with any of the other accounts that have been brought to my attention nor do i know who was behind them or what the motive may be using them in quote he flat out lied in statement put out by the philadelphia seventy sixers so i'm not blaming twitter facebook instagram snapchat nothing i'm blaming these fools out there who don't know how to control themselves and thinking they can get away with stuff he's not sorry he did this is his punt behind his only sorry that he got caught and he's gonna lose a job in which he was revitalizing the philadelphia seventy sixers and you're the senate jerry colangelo was been a major figure in usa basketball in the nba or with the olympics and this is how you operate twitter has nothing to do with the downfall of our society it's people that continue to be the downfall ianfitz of our society when it pulls stuff like this enjoy the rant on twitter i missed the good old days of ninety s when if michael jordan wanted to go or the eighties to to vegas casino or brett farve went to rehab for seventy two days it was private alabama's those days well you know why was private because they didn't tell anybody well you could try going in this day and age if any if aaron rodgers went to rehab for seventy two days you think that's not getting out at some nurses and going to post that somewhere we'll put it this way rogers going to rehab he's getting out in front of it he's not going to have anybody else find out information put it out there it was a different world back then and you know what colangelo to me should never be involved in the nba again if all of this is true right admitted to one of them and the biggest part to me is the release of of medical reports that's private and it's your own player on your own team and you're putting out there like ask him about he passed his physical come on a desk as that's pathetic people lose their jobs every day 'cause it's stupid stuff tweaked it believe me it is not twitter or social media as the problem is the.

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"philo" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"philo" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Call the hotline go for it ask us questions we play the best calls and favourite calls that we find on the hotline every week as i've mentioned before there are hundreds of calls on the backlog so just just hasn't been chosen yet doesn't mean won't be chosen we got four calls that i picked plan today's show here's the first one ross mica texas i quick question to ask ross specifically i know you're a big movie guy and you don't like people on their phones and talking and i'm with you i wanted to know your thoughts on people clapping during the movie like recently which go see the hunt philo movie and people klotz about every single thing that happened and it just it and always me i was wondering what you guys sought and i mean mica question goes to you to even though you only watch french noir but lived here y'all thoughts thanks gang gang gang can i just say how happy it makes me that it is a wellknown fact now that you only watch fringe new our script i am not a fan of american cinema in such an odd thing you're at least aware of that right how how unique this is of a trait yeah i guess i mean it doesn't make sense as to why it's unique because i feel like most people if given the choice would you can't even say with straight face not just because you're giggling over there.

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"philo" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"philo" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"The censure akaka remembers a time when a gentlemen's agreement meant everything or philo senators extend to each one of you warmest aloha since he first walked the halls of congress this quiet statesman has been the political embassador of aloha paul all time and again members and staff stopped to shake hands and talk story with the senator and it's not often you hear this exchange between a democrat and a republican love you what are you going to miss most about washington my friends and my colleagues since good relationships over years although considered to be quite liberal he's the last of what some call a bygone generation in the senate when lawmakers figured out how to create personal connections with political friends and foes alike and use them to forge compromises on big bills that from conservative republican alabama senator jeff sessions who attends weekly prayer breakfast with akaka you've got a lot of people were a lot of talk and no action is one of those guys that talk softly and gets results terrible temper can't wait a minute that's different senator that's a different center the greatest gentleman in the senate the one lawmaker he worked with the longest.

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"philo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"philo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Everything depends on if you for every show philo in the morning we're folks nice to you go listen all you new iago's there's a rumor going but some of you good people wanna leave this town but you better consult with me before you go cars i been to those places no chicago's but it hasn't got the handsome and the park has got the skyline after doc that's why new york new york's my home sweet home.

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"philo" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"philo" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Now number four what is a personal habit that has helped us significantly in your business her style habit i was being humble like i feel like being humble and has helped me with my business because it has helped me be relatable to my audience is it has helped me connect with them in at the end of the day like i wouldn't be who i am without my audience as far as brands went wanna work with me if i got one person following me he's being able to connect with the women who follow me in being humble enough to like want to help them has been a super big card of my businesses reaching back to help others be humble enough to help in i think that's a habit i love about myself in another business or another habit i wake up early a lot like at big bet has helped specially when i was working the nine five like waking up early to get stuff done that is key like when you're working not five you have to find time in for me getting up early whether it be five o'clock sometimes four thirty you know to get stuff done you know before nine five that was key for me in it has helped me tremendously gets where i am now all right finally number five what is your parting vice for philo women entrepreneurs who want to be their own bus but are scared of losing that study paycheck guy girl i was say you have to do it like you literally get one life you know i just celebrated the life of my aunt this past week in you know it's it's crayon ended on a sad note but it's just like you know you're in a world full people who obviously admire you and look up to you in this like what is going to be your legacy you know what is going to be the thing that you leave behind are you know if you in your life if your life instrumentals like are you truly happy with.

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