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"prieto" Discussed on Assistive Technology Update
"Enjoyment to talk about christmas so it really is. It really is well nicole. Start off by tone is just a little bit about yourself in your background. Yeah i am the community outreach coordinator for the data project eastern seals crossroads and i have been there since two thousand ten an actually worked for crossroads years ago we have by jane called the boomerang are here. We have so many people who have left crossroads come back so i were there from ninety eight to two thousand thirteen. I'm sorry it would have been two thousand and three and i worked employment division. I worked in the augmented communication division and so worked closely in near assistive technology. And when i was back out in the job market. I had stayed in touch with folks to crossroads and i was thrilled to move over to the assistive. Technology department comeback to seals crossroads. Well like you said we do have a lot of folks that we call boomer who left for greener pastures and realized that it was greener here. So i think that's always a good mark of organization that so many people leave something better in and come back. I think that's that's hopefully just none of the folks on our team leave so we don't have to hope they come back so we'll call the reason we had you on here was to talk about the and in data. So let's start with the basics. What is the act. An indata sure says the assistive technology act is a grant program that was started federal government. And it's administered. Through the administration for commuting living in this to provide federal funds to support state programs that provide assistive technology services to individuals with disabilities. I'm so there are fifty six of these projects in the united states in us territories and we are the one or the state of indiana perfect perfect and some of the goals of the actor to get the word out about into get in people's hands. Now let's start off because you run the afc program for us. So what is the afc program. Sure so they afc program. They low interest bank loan program that people can use to buy assistive technology. Unfortunately a lot of times we find that these different devices and services are not covered under insurance a so. This program is there to help. People finance any kind of assistive technology could be hearing aids. It could be adapted vehicles that could be home modification a so..
Decent Work and Physical Health
"Us about decent work yes so. This article is brand new. It was published this year in twenty twenty one and the journal vocational behavior. It's called decent work and physical health. A multi wave investigation and it was written by duffy. Prieto kim rak bugden and duffy Lot of people involved really interesting study and so what it looks at is it. Looks like this idea of decent work which we've talked a little bit about that but just to kind of give a definition so the first time decent work was defined it was defined by the international labor organization. And it was the. I'll just read the quote it's Opportunities for work that is productive and delivers a fair income security in the workplace and social protection for families better prospects for personal development and social integration freedom for people to express. Their concerns organizers participate in the decisions that affect their lives and equality of opportunity and treatment for all women and men. Yeah i would probably found life. I don't necessarily like the way that ends with all women and men and maybe not. Yeah i but yeah. I very good call but other than that. I like the idea of it Obviously you know it's all about having your work meet your needs So there's a couple of different ways that they've talked about it too so just like think about it. The concept a little more They say that work. That is decent Is defined in part by whether or not your compensation is adequate To give you time for non work activities so that means you know you only have to have one job instead of six jobs. try to make it right. Yep i guess so. That's a big piece of it too. And it's all related and tied into this concept this theory that this papers based on which is called the psychology of working theory. And that's basically that theory that when people get decent work it leads to more Work related and general well-being because their basic needs are met.
"prieto" Discussed on What's Next! with Tiffani Bova
"I. This is Tiffany Bova. Welcome to the what's next podcast? We're have the absolute pleasure of having my first guests episode for you with Leon Prado and Simone Phipps. They are to management professors and the authors of African American management. which was published last year they are married. They're both from Trinidad and Tobago they first met as undergraduates students at Claflin University of the storage black. College. In South, Carolina, they noticed an oddity that would hold true throughout their academic careers. In the text books they read all of the management groups that informed their views of organizational culture financing strategy or the purpose of a company were Caucasian. Now they're both associate professor of management at Middle Georgia State University? School. Of Business Welcome to the show. Will I just WanNa to say thank you both for helping share this amazing story with me today here on the what's next podcast so I always like to start out with something I, call bullish and bearish. So before we get started bullish as you are for it bearish, you are against it and Don't feel the pressure because many people go. Well, it depends. And let me tell you academics of the worst you guys like noncommittal. So. Are you ready Leon? Are you ready? Simone? Ready. Okay I. One I. Guess I'm going to have to toss it. Well, you know what? I'll start with you Leon and then and then I'll go to you, Simone. Okay. All right. So Shaw Leon. Drive in movie theaters bullish or bearish. Bullish this no mode of. I agree how about you simone I agree bullish. Okay, that was a softball Mario. We'll get a little more meeting now. All right, bullish or bearish Simone I'm going to start with you..
Why Lancaster, PA became the refugee capital of America
"About two years into their. Stay at a Kenyan refugee camp after fleeing Somalia Mustafa Nor and his family found that they had been selected to be resettled in the US and initially. They had mixed feelings so when the country selects you. You're notified two years in that. Hey you know. United States House elected you on. Dad has in the refugee camp. That always comes as a great news or bad news because because the United States takes the longest to process anybody to have a harder process. They have hottest glued to need how to bug run checks and he's right the vetting process for refugees coming to the US intense. There's multiple interviews and background checks and security checks by different branches of the US government fingerprints tests for contagious diseases. It can take years from. His family took a decade but eventually as with other refugees who make it through the whole process. The family was paired with a resettlement agency. Mustafa and his family were paired with Church World Service. Which has a branch in Lancaster? It's nonprofit that received funding from the federal government and from private donors and it sets up refugee families with a few months of housing some counseling services food and clothing and then they tried to Find your job right away because once you around here you have to start a pain. Bake your bill for the government for bringing you a lot of people don't know this but yes refugees payback the US government for the cost of flying here from Asaf big family. Those were not cheap. Flights is around eleven to twelve hundred per person so family of ten ten people. You get a bill of almost ten thousand bedrooms. He stuff says he found Lancaster City and Lancaster County unexpectedly welcoming to his refugee family and to other refugee families and that in fact is the city's reputation in two thousand sixteen before the trump administration started limiting how many refugees could come to the US. The number of refugees were resettled in Lancaster. City hit a peak of four hundred and seven as a share of the city's population. That's almost twenty three times more refugees resettled than in the US as a whole which is why. The city was labeled the refugee capital of America by the BBC. So why is Lancaster able to resettle so many refugees? One reason is resources. For example Church World Service. The Resettlement Agency is able to partner with local organizations to provide services beyond just the basics beyond the initial housing and food and clothes for example. There's a nonprofit that provides healthcare to refugees English language tutors to school district and universities to help with education employment programs and companies that will actively try to hire refugees and train them. Sheila Masto Prieto runs the Lancaster Office. Church World Service and she says that all these resources make it possible for Lancaster to accept even the hardest cases. Like when there's a huge refugee family of ten or fifteen people or when a refugee has a medical issue and can't work or if a refugee only speaks a relief obscure foreign language. There are no cases in this area that we that we would refuse so we do have the option when a cases sent us by our national office to say they basically they're saying will you accept this case so we always do and it's not just tangible resources. There's something else that has given Lancaster the ability to absorb refugees. Its history starting in the early eighteenth century members of the Mennonite and Amish churches were fleeing persecution in Europe and started moving to Lancaster. The county still has a huge amish and mennonite population and the value of welcoming people in need of a new home has remained. Steve Note a professor at Elizabethtown College spoke with us at the Mennonite historical society which features exhibits about the Amish Mennonite history of Lancaster. Well in the in the late nineteen seventies and early nineteen eighties for example Mennonites in this area were Were deeply involved in resettlement of refugees from Southeast Asia from from Vietnam Cambodia Laos And that's that was motivated both by No Christian humanitarian concerns and also concerns that As mennonites as conscientious objectors pacifists and in fact Mustafa's own experience right after arriving. Lancaster reflects this. My first job was I worked with the Amish. I used to work for a convenient. That build garages and sheds so used to install windows. He did well enough at this job installing windows for these sheds that was hired by a company called E. Impact Marketing which provides marketing for amish companies in the area in which train Mustafa in web design. Mustafa would end up becoming their head web developer. And then he started thinking more broadly he started a company called bridge which is a website where people can sign up to have dinner in the home of a refugee family in the area. The refugee family will cook the meal and share their story and the family will also said a fever. The dinner which it gets to keep bridge charges a service fee which is how it makes money. Mustafa original pitch for bridge one. A business plan competition which provided the funding to get. It started. My vigil is our GONNA instead of instead of free training or given a new skill. Why not give them a platform where they can on an income with what they already know would not have which is their culture under food. Adamos AMAC is Lancaster based economist. And he says it. Refugees and immigrants contribute to a local economy by helping its population grow and thereby giving new businesses more people to sell to customers and also people hire employees. Adam says it will stop the story also demonstrates some more subtle ways that immigrants and refugees contribute a moving to neighborhoods it. Others might find less desirable and they start interesting businesses and they really contribute to the diversity of consumer experiences downtown in downtown Lancaster. You can eat at Vietnamese place. You can be at a Nepalese place. There's just a huge amount of variety missed offices. His company is making money and he even has plans to expand into neighboring your county and the ads. That historian shows the symbiotic relationship between the Lancaster economy. And it's refugees and it goes something like this. The success of the economy makes it possible for the city to offer resources to these refugees. So that they can prosper and they're prospering feeds right back into the success of the Lancaster economy. So what happens? One hundred fifty person comes here to community. This community has done a very good job of harnessing that refugee person as a whole from employment to training to job opportunities to enterpreneurship training. So I I. I went through those different of coming here. Receiving welcome Ho Ho finding a stable job and then developing a skill which is the development Web Development. Are they using that skill to create a company? Now so it's a great circle on its own. It's something which is very. I don't WanNa say unique. What's special about Lancaster?
"prieto" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak
"Get back to doing what you love most was sagely naturals. These statements have not been evaluated by the food and Drug administration apartment shopping with Prieto. I wasn't about to do that with her. I'm not overly thrilled about the whole idea. And did she tell you? She was like. Yeah. Yeah. She did. Yes. She told us she was going to that. When I you did so her and her best friend, Brandon they've been friends. I don't know for ten years twelve years. If you've watched don't be tardy previous seasons you'd see on tolls because she just walked in. She was like, hey, I found this sixty three hundred dollars a month apartment and this one. No, you're right nine tells us she was looking at this one. She actually it was the next apartment that looked at us. Well, looked at him like since when have you been like actually visiting his trying to be independent, but she was not very successful with it. But anyways, you guys will get to see throughout the season kinda how that plays out in overly thrilled. We went and saw the marble. What was it? What did they call it yesterday with the kids of injures, the ventures heroes heroes? You know, all the because it's because it's all the superheroes working together. No, it's something you can't Google that in won't come up. Hold on. Marvel marvel is is the company that obviously owns all those characters. They have the guards of the galaxy and Spiderman and the Bumblebee it was called Marvel's universe. Live age of heroes. Nothing to do with the vendors. Now just make shut up. Anyways, the boys really loved it who so cool. God I felt like Croix wanted to be one of the guys, and I feel like you might have to be a little bit out there to try to, you know, move in this kind of superhero way. I don't know. I couldn't relate. I don't I don't like movies. I mean, you're not supposed to your your your grown adult. You're not supposed to relate. But if you if you break it down to its basic nece, and these guys are like flying around on ropes hooked up the thing. I did think that was cool. Like, I did wanna be Spiderman for a second because he was like hanging onto roast. But when hall came out, it was pretty that's that is by far the best like costume play show for a child that I've ever seen the coordination with the guns shooting off in the fireworks coming out of the guns, and and they would shoot the gun across the stage of thing would blow up it was like very time to very very, well they had flames. I mean, it was it was really it's definitely cool. If you guys have children Marvel's live 'em, RV L. I just wanted to stop got tickets there. For the traveling around the United States. It was a really cool show in the boys Kaya was like not amuse. She was sitting next to me. She's like can we go eat now how much patrol like price six months ago maybe year ago, and that was like lame is crap. You couldn't. Just bounced around in boxes, and it was like so that wasn't very good. It was so weird. But you know, this is cool, and they were definitely into it. And I was waiting for Caja to be like, they're just dressed up. He actually didn't say that. So I was quite surprised definitely worth the money. We went to the one till Gwinnett arena in Duluth because I didn't want to drive all the way down Phipps plaza. I mean to Philips arena style called state farm arena. Right. So we just went to the one in Duluth. It was really great actually. So. Yeah. Highly recommended yes. Definitely areas fun and something that I definitely feel like if you have children girls or boys but boys, especially the they can relate like canes is were so big like, oh my God. This is amazing. And they would like throw out west with rod a web and with the light. I mean, it was really really cool. You guys Tracy's going to be on our podcast on Wednesday..
"prieto" Discussed on Here & Now
"Well, here's one driver. Danielle Prieto speaking to one of your reporters at CBS. Five. She had to be rescued from firefighters when her car got stuck in a wash. I was panicking. I didn't know what to do because the water started coming into the car. Finally, the firefighters were able to come in Guinness out of the car. We had to climb through the windows Yun. Why are people driving through flooded washes? Well, they shouldn't be. Sometimes it is driver error, they, they think they can make it. Their car is not a doesn't have high enough clearance and they get stranded engine floods out. Other times, the water actually comes so fast that people don't realize what's happening. And before they know it, no it, their cars stalled out and they're in a real pickle. So many times, yes, it is someone doing something they're not supposed to, but there are instances where the water can move that fast where all of a sudden you're the, it's rising and then the engine stops and you have to be rescued in that particular situation. The lady there must have been a drainage issue. Sometimes we'll get the drains get clogged or a pump will mouth function on a certain rotor interstate. And then all of a sudden you see the water will be, you know, almost halfway up a giant fire fire trucks, tire, and some of the images you can see how far that water was. So it's hard to say if it was. Woman's fault or if it's not, but it it, it can be a mixed bag sometime. All right, Ian Schwartz meteorologist for KP HBO CBS five in Phoenix which just got dumped on from the remnants of hurricane Rosa, Ian, thanks very much. Appreciate it..
"prieto" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Another another recruit who was supposed to go there ended up going to villanova they have like one recruit left law that he can he can make the case if this reporting is if if the story is wrong now that they've they've exacted a real toll on the arizona basketball prieto line say that but i think there's a a the tournament is going to be so weird to watch all wear a you know when you watch arizona what else can you think about but de'andre eytan and shawn miller and alatas meant to plunge over a career i mean a lot of a lot of guys any of these guys and i mentioned miles bridges of michigan state are you really going to look at tom izzo the same way after not only uh you know gate being caught up in this but also in the in the sexual assault situation the developed in the michigan say and tom has always been squirming for six consecutive weeks now can you look at any of this the same way again it weirdly it takes play it takes said that kind of golden feeling now used i used to feel so good about the in liable he launch signing moment yeah not shining this year not so much just as a scab to pick a coat up next i owed the jayme the j william saying i want to play jay williams thing for you which is interesting college basketball players taking control of this conversation and using their leverage when they have all of it.
"prieto" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Four parfour yeah if you want to buy tab prieto zoos which icon of do having seen of it my favorite is ratatouille which is exactly what you think is they are they are remarkable for guests i think the luxury brazilian portuguese sites where they may i know one of the other and not just the cheap animation houses and i don't know if they have to achieve sort of an a 60minute or a ninety minute running time to qualify i don't know why they are as long as they off but each and every one of them has got a scene several scenes where the same animation is just use over and over and over and over and over and over and over again because it's cheap nothing significant happening as there is there is anyone done at one with the shrek in the is the shrek might too is probably not a shred career because they wouldn't be allowed to have a shrek well but there's probably a it's a shrek with a lower case might might work rose almost certainly one with a green ogre the nonkosher i will to get on wanna buy all these things and we talk about this are some you're in the daily show in the mid two thousand and i got a little stand there and long john oliver yeah had two hundred fill about john oliver is america's success i love turnovers americans success i was actually this is as he says are going to be a very self aggrandizing anecdote which i apologise but it is the truth i had this illustrates something about british and american tv and the fact that i'm a part of this story just makes me is sort of zelic figure the i don't actually have any great impact on anything but i had for years ago i was a script editor on the eleven o'clock sharp which is much derided by many people but also featured an incredibly talented bunch of people who of almost all went onto the great things and whatever and it was a weird show and it was a bit late nine is we swear not i wasn't a huge fan of the show but it paid my edinburgh regrets to script editor for one series and.
"prieto" Discussed on The Besties
"Prieto ally think it but it requires the and also the the the guard or what is it a champion song like story dlc has fucking oh champions ballot is really really great adds more sort of characterbuilding cut scenes and stuff and i found very enticing but anyway here i do want to say i'm going to play devil's advocate ice storm not percent censure what i'm going to land on because i'm really vacillating pretty hard for both someone on this podcast defend the experience of rain in the wild i can defend it in this way rain in birth of the wild is a big pain in the ass especially if there is a lightning a thunderstorm because then you can actually think that's cool because like you can't have any metal bother are also get electrocuted um the only time that rain really works is the first time you're making your way into the zero world as it basically limits you from trivialising this like kind of cool path of monsters that you have to fight and your way through and fight your way through because if you could just climb over a mountain and be done with it then you could just be do that um and so i napped in that sense it makes sense they needed some way to make it they gave you infant inability to climb wherever you want which is like a we shouldn't trivialize that is fucking groundbreaking and really remarkable and i do not it is going to be something that is going to be a pain point for every other open world game i play where i don't have that level of freedom of exploration and when you it's raining you are slipping and sliding and it makes it much much harder to to climb up things which can be kind of annoying sometimes us i'm not the first person to say this but i think it's really cool that it it takes the world in makes it antagonists take against you like so many i mean this is the ability to climb everything in the game anyway but so many open world games are static boxes.
"prieto" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken
"Well basically all my work centers around trust in my eat that let me start here to major findings in my graduate work is number one a lack of trust is the biggest expensive organizations and individuals and number two as a way to build trust the goes beyond what people might at first think and so in my grad work in all the were prieto due out of the institute we put out one of the biggest studies every year on trust and leadership i started they will where did i really start to think about trust differently i thought of growing up i grew up in the poorest or secondpoorest county in minnesota on a beans farm eat miles from the nearest town of 500 people and i think the first time i noticed the economic impact of trust is you know driving home from town to the farm and seeing uh mr olsson's veggies stand at the end of his long dirt driveway out in the middle of the countryside and nobody work the stand so next the berries and broccoli and beans a little box with cash spill sticking out of it right alongside the road and the and the inability for people to take they are attributable to take an if people know you know the candidates that we call this system the honor system or trust is them because nobody works this dan you're supposed to pull up take the veges you'd like pay we you all and move on and i think it's just such a beautiful picture of the efficiency of trust where you can have it because he sees money he doesn't have to you know uh have anybody work the stand he stays time because people could just do it at their own speed they don't have you know the city stands you we could wear latex gloves you've got a touch the vegetables take up latex goes touch change put leagues goes back on and and and beyond that mr olsson has loyal customers they come from a round the county to go to his little stand in the middle of nowhere minnesota and and uh i i think uh the the value of.
"prieto" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Ladies morgan metropolitan idaho now it'll be interesting to see if that's affecting him uh i'm not i i don't assume he is is always discount kinda spin as wiring neurons kinda low key here but it's like what he wanted to do we got to jet out i don't want to blame pot for that attitude that blunt some millennials how but it may have something to do with it i dunno i dunno well i don't know either it's not something i suspect because again it's his wiring by what i don't understand is well income over here learn how to make movies where are you i had this great my family so enthusiastic as like i showed my family was over for christmas of the day after christmas i showed him my latest documentary and then i said uh you know you could make movies like the documentary saw the other night and he's like uh yeah who made that it was my movie oh you may their movement yeah i made the move it that's that's why did you guys watch it uh i thought it was just a movie i should just put it in because i w i read this my latest documentary that i was showing everybody oh why miss that part he i think he showed up came in the room it's sat down after the preamble which is a here's my lights documentary and that he just watch it enjoyed the documentary forgotten maria while he wasn't there for the prieto i see but it made me think probably not a lot of discussion about it on the ride home i'm assumig probably would have come shocking no the thing that's the thing that i always fine.
"prieto" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"He got salty unfold it's just completely is there any is there any truth to the to these various brain training programs and apps and services that you see all over the all over the place own lewis a tricky will meet this lum said not because i don't have it on says because these people tend to have many people with many can have lawyers so i can't really say although completely outbreak that while i do think of these things that i think from this prieto let me let me rephrase them as on if i were to try to create a an app that would make people smarter by using it every day what what does the science say about how well that app would work it would be very effective and training people to become better more efficient at the tasks that that abuses and that is teams to be the in that well were the we observe consequence of the brain act be very good at diversify and and being on specification so something like for example people have asked me if i do law across words technically smarter yes if by he smarter you mean better across words because of the brain can do it's very good at so subdivisions and serve them being focused in that respect it is quite productive organ and and you'll see that sort of skilled board have knockon effects to general would recognition and stimulus of language preps development but there's no one thing we know of yet which will done can boosted overall intelligence because and tells them to work that way you so like a number game debris middle combatrelated that number game can still get lost unrealistic market is nobody good at maps and stuff in there must resulted to these these a chretien's aid they do technically he do what they came to do that they do boost your brain power but they boost in a very very limited.
"prieto" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"It is time for some straight talk to the big wireless companies charge of boatload for their superior network coverage but guess what straight talk uses the same cell towers but charges a lot less who knew well now you do and i do so let's do something it's time to switch to todd unlimited plan start as low as thirty five bucks a month on america's largest most dependable networks straight talk wireless only at walmart savings may vary a month equals thirty days please refer always to the latest terms and conditions of service at st dot com poverty had a great weekend i was out in chicago for a charity event and it was it was good time was actually hosted by van pelt so it wasn't like the nfl coz they usually come along and be my friend we were going to the same thing because of the brent out there so it's always great to be in chicago for a couple of days did not stay for the bears game tilting i missed much you and then tell did you guys doing social yeah we hung out a little bit we're at the same hotel prieto but coming off that mike in mike shift yeah friday united mike and mike on friday and it was for eleven thirty maybe midnight on friday and i go i am from just exhausted and clouds a closing i just i have it i don't have it any big guy he's like news why so that we did the events for eb for i'm not going to get a huge i didn't know that much about eb for for children are born of our friends calp out in chicago put on a great benefit talking about eb raises money so that was great cause and it's it's obviously a horrifying horrifying disease for kids not a friend yes daughter has e be.
"prieto" Discussed on First Mondays
"And therefore the question is does that on reason summary denial constitute a decision for which we have to hypothesize possible reasonable basi's to deny mr wilson's claims or are we instead review away the state trial court decision that explained its reasons for rejecting mr while sense an effective assistance claim rat and to and with the eleventh circuit said is that well the re what harrington means it's sort of logical result is that you know we yes we know about you'll sources noon amac her but that was in the nineties and it was pre prieto harrington be richer says we don't do this look through anymore what we do is we've got an unreason thing we just hypothesize the reasons fact that there's a state trial court things like it's interesting who care so what i would have to figure out if there could have been any reasonable reason to dive is petition right and so you know thought interestingly the state actually agreed in the eleventh circuit initially that ills remained good lawyers still did the look through they eventually changed their position which is why at a more tar is not going to be a courtappointed to me gets in this case anymore georgeous just went to defend the decision saw probably somebody explained to them that like there is literally no way this rule can ever disfavor you why are you giving up on it like the the idea that georgia was like listen we know it would be cool to have welltrained a federal judge is sort of think of reasons that we did not saparua up and then denied relief on that basis but actually we want to go with like whatever reasons we said and so we probably splendid them that it's dick never work to your advantage we'll so actually what caused them to change positions is when a majority in on bank in the eleventh circuit assured than that their desired ruled didn't apply in cases where the.
"prieto" Discussed on FanBros
"And welcome back to the done in a while but you're back wide you're always prieto famine what's going on gang yes so all a lot has happened since uh less humbly talked about maniac cops uh you went to hawaii khan did you uh did you see anything scary while you're over there i saw some white sharks is you really yeah we were so we went snorkelling and they were i saw sharks nice us see turtles lau siukai knack is pretty cool the shark's this sharks are really chill leg they don't like they don't go fucking people never relatively small some of them are pretty big but they're the ones that we saw a relatively small but they just kinda you know it's not a very populated area there not they don't really go out an attack anybody they just like john caves had the asa sharks he adds while sea turtles renounce gary did you related to this episode did you see anything with tentacles i wish i did i wish i did tentacles in a and i and i like you know spiny gaping ma i got on well unfortunately aci now all right well that that that reveals the ssa today's episode were we talking about off to a small town when small towns are invaded by uh space to say molluscs because uh one movie is definitely spee squids in the other movie is a space lungs the other suffer party tentacles we be eased i like i like one of those things i was linking are to movies with is the idea of like.
"prieto" Discussed on PTI
"Greatest player ever her sport i mean she's see i know she was the envy of this particular sears cheese great every year all the time reality what we mess up sylvia fell znbc p she ran the table of on with your woven fire should be edited every sport and if names go along just set the field on fire get everybody offguard like it bugs i can't play after reporting robbed housekey know sure thing to be active tonight and if he does all eight he'll be limited who god tampa five and a half points is stupid big finish myles garrett will make his brown's they view on sunday for will be rotated in and out is that a big deal yes allowed is better than out gotta have myles garrett of so put him deal kobe bryant says he would yield for the anthem if he's still play rip off while he's not playing and i believe that there would be a preemptive conversation between kobe bryant and adams silver if this were known at that point the new york post reports that baseball is investigating diamondbacks coach our young prieto for wearing it apple watch something or nothing right brian smith who will remain as braves manager is that a good call i have never heard of him until this terry snip man good luck rather lewis last one college football tonight number seventeen louisville number twenty 24 nc stated got over a little with a with a raining down the next time and i'm phony corner i'm michael barr things time tomorrow knuckleheads get the pdi podcast on the afp an or apple podcast national press club did by town.
"prieto" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Progress sure especially in in a ratty king disease as it should be a however earlier this year there was finally some good news for the wax family uh the nationalinstitute of healthum invited to of her descendants to be part of the he lodged genome data access workinggroup which basically now they're a part of the um the board which considers applications to use her cells yet because in addition while his whole things going on this whole national conversation about what should be done with the cell line and um what you know what rights of a person has to their own cells this european scientific agency cracked and published the he led genome which they published henry axes genome yet just over out there open to the public and it's been proven that you can you can find someone's identity out just from their genome and you can also find out a lot about their descendants so the big deal this european agency took it down but now it's been placed behind this um it it's under like a password blocking key is database so there's access to it you can get access to prieto ply to that work groupthat's right so now the data access group bomb they apply for permission they agreed not to contact the the family members of henry at a lax uh agreed eased them only for biomedical research only and um some of the family members will handle those requests along with uh you know the other people on the board it's not like they're the only ones that are left to decide this of course right and um likei said they did ask about paying and they said maybe we can think of some other ways for you to make money off this like patenting a genetic tests for cancer based on your mom cells but they have not yet come up with any way to make money off of it.
"prieto" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"But every once in a while and and i and i use superman is a perfect example for this somebody transcends that and they they so embody that character that they just breathe live in breeze it and uh and that's what started to happen to me without wherever you are wonderwoman you really like it it it she would even say like what about what do we do with that right and i was like when in doubt just be yourself because you are so right for your so everything that happens inside of you internally as so beautiful and correct um so she did do that of course she acted or a beautifully but she is so pure and true to wonderwoman that it was just i just love her and was blown away by her and she's now one of my favorite people in the universe rigobert joys couldn't have been they did an amazing job fighter drought turned on amazing yeah can't can't can't thank her camp prieto turned on the one one way back when and wider tickets along to make it so the so i i i honestly cannot remember which of these things happen i but there were two definitive moments in my youth number one was when i was seven years old and my mother's car broke down and she dropped my sister and i at the movie theater to see superman one and i'll never forget it it was snowy a cold snowy day and i sat there and at rocks my world's like it rocked my world i cried seven at seven years old i saw i cried i'll never forget every single moment like like so clearly and i was superman i was superman like an i watch that movie and the little boy picks up the car and i was.
"prieto" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
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