23 Burst results for "Raila"

"raila" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

04:03 min | 7 months ago

"raila" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"Amplify. It was like this. It was it was very difficult for me to figure it out. So what i ended up doing is i ended up doing all this research because my social media presence was growing and i had all of these people who were like what you're saying helping meet with him learning from you is helping me and i was like okay and i wanna keep doing that but i was like. What would you guys really need like water. Really your pain points. We did a massive survey and that is what helped me decide what to do. The bigger courses on so i chose to course a beta tested it with fifty four women and that was called raila revolution. Fifteen and then. I took all of their feedback. Surveyed them before surveyed. After an i doubled the length of the course from their like completely changed the course where they were like. It's amazing and we need more time. I still transformed my life my relationship. I thought it was getting a divorce. I'm not going to like the stories that came out of that. Experience made me no because listen as a psychotherapist. I knew that what. I do works when it's just you and me in a room but i didn't know would it work if it was me and fifty women on zoom or in a virtual experience. How would that work. How would the community aspect of it work. And what i learned is that it worked just as well and in some ways almost better because the community aspect was just so profound where i really talked and at that point i was only. I only was allowing women in my courses. I now allow everyone in my courses but was teaching them also how to interact with each other so it wasn't just. What are you learning about. Because what i found. Is that people who are over functioning and type. A an anxious about other people's anxiety would be endlessly giving advice to each other and i was like..

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"raila" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:29 min | 9 months ago

"raila" Discussed on Double Toasted

"You don't have the guts. By the way. I want to notice unnoticed. How they make sure to show you that. I knew there so make sure that asks for his glass over there. Get a good look booger it right one. Oh clause show. My hand bows low. Not dramatic effect. That was but asked effect raila massive asa in full effect Y'all terrible dialogue man. Some some justice as you said laughable. Well even her saying like a. Would you dress for halloween. You category kennel just got black widow and should where you go every day. Explain what does it mean like that. That's actual fundraiser holiday. Or is that a fogging. Dialogue is terrible and these these reaction shots now. Those that's on best comedy you get into movie full. I thought if you think you're gonna wreck. My girls are reacting against nothing. No who reactions throughout this movie. Make no sense like seeing the scene you go. I think the motivation switch. Or i'm gonna kill you. I got you kill you. Now let me throw you across the room. Yeah exactly let let me not do this thing. I just told you all the cutting room floor but that is that that is straight up. I mean that that's just right there when he and stuff like that. It's like oh there was a scene where he's doing what he's supposed to be doing but it's gone. Somebody walked in the background afford another word. Sesame did question in the movie radio. I'm gonna pull this up down. Really have a clip idea question. This first of all spun spun somebody from hell and review some supernatural creature. You kind of below key sponsor may like fuck i crashed. Parties.

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"raila" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

Fantastic Worlds Podcast

06:42 min | 9 months ago

"raila" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

"Junior. Your little half squats yemennet is going to make herself big big. Oh my god yes pops up. You're like. I wish i was big win win. Monette eats the. It's a it's a little biscuit and when monette eat the biscuit she grows to a large size when she drinks the potion it becomes permanent so she is permanently large so happy. I'm a giant walberg. Various i could've you could have already stepped on paper. That's for sure that's episode. Step on me. I mean that's how it is now. I love it. I'm so excited. Yeah and as as she grows bigger. She grabs that hammer. And it's just gonna make a playful swing at breakfast. Show me what you've got. Show me what he'll do a little. He'll do a flip. Grab his own hammer up his shield. Like all right you tricks. Obviously he's so have you in. Yes i that's a good way of picking up a hammer to shay. Yeah you just gotta be big. I guess through all of those. I'm sure they're like slamming hammers into each other. Doing cool tricks spin. He shows off his his step up. You do like a step back and he mares your motion. He's seen you do a couple of times step up because now he has that feet yes. Her eyebrows lowered and she laughs a big laugh. That echoes because she's huge. Now so by on you wake up to a lot of laughter at a lot of clanking and clean from the outside. My god mob. Aj sleep cracks. His neck couple times enrolls. A shoulder looks at the window. He sees monette. Is you want large. And he just goes nice smells coffee. I'm assuming you left the coffee. In here he says all nicer. And i'm and go for it and he's just like oh i wonder see if they're out there. Where's all tape pips. Oh maybe her babies back and he grabs a coffee goes on down and he sees. He finally enters the terrarium. Africa was the center space and he sees Sleeping and i think he just crouches right next to her. Oh my god holding two cups of coffee and he just holds one closer. He says altay altay off her little her little nose twitching. She smells like she. bleakly cracks. Open one break nicer to your news. That's coffee all yeah. I just found me a hall. Yeah crate thank you. This is the best wake ever so wears argentia. Oh of course that's what you want. She gestures at the locker. She's like she's she should be finished regenerate and you can let her out. You can let got over box if you want. He immediately goes over and opens up the box and sees as all. There's my special little girl and holds her up as you pick her up. She slurps in the little last bit of old tale ill. She's only one. Does he eat meat breakfast. It looks like we can start eating urgency. No no we are not gonna eat just curious. Does that mean like if we if we eat argenta while she still regenerating does that halt the regeneration process enough to where she can't do it again like can you kill the migrants familiar wild. They're regenerating and permanently end them that way. The only way to destroy destroy. The migrants familiar is to destroy the box. Cool are able then. We have an endless supply of very weird meat. Your oh that's dark. Yeah places are detained to the crooked. His left arm as he sips coffee with his right looking like a picture of domestic. Zadie bliss Pebbles watching them over the over the river for coffee mug and say like that actually is a adorable. You look good holding her thank you. She's just so precious she needs all the love. You know so precious yes no actually and yes it's complicated. I do remember being told to do something with her this morning. That should be a a really fun surprise. Do you wanna watch. Yeah something for argenta. Absolutely look on her. Did you sleep raila upstairs on the cabin. I knocked out Had strange just vision of this bodacious babe but it was a sweet dream you know. I couldn't I can't quite remember in all but so felt like here. Any kind of points to his heart or go. Good actually does some really lovely. I'll right well we have fortified. We have coffee. we have the cat. We have warm feelings from happy dreams. Let's let's go do this. Whatever.

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"raila" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"raila" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"That's your seat. And i said oh okay. Put down my umbrella in my bag and they know me at this place you know so the bartender comes up to me. He says hey jay. How're you doing You want a cosmopolitan. I said sounds great. That's perfect let's let's do that. Is ben day. Ready for that cosmo. Let's do it put everything down. I look into the gentlemen to the right and he says how are you where you're coming from and i said Coming from the city. You know You know coming home from work and he goes. Oh reworking and i work for a law firm in in philadelphia and i he says what are you doing. I said i'm a makara legal. So he starts to make small talk with me. And i look at them and i think he's about my dad's age and i'm trying to like think of you know things in common with him that i would have with my dad or he would have with my dad and making conversation so he looks at me and he says Who do you work for. And i said well. I've been mostly in family law but i've done real estate and other things and at this time i'm working for so and so and i said but you might know someone who was a friend of my dad's and he looked at me and he goes. Who is that. And i said mike wallis and it was like on the back of the watch. That might the friends. My dad's friends had given me so. That was mike so he looks at me and he goes mike wallis. How do you know mike. I said we. He was a friend of my dad's before my dad passed away he goes. Who is your dad. And i said my dad was commissioner zoning board of philadelphia before he died and he looks at me and he goes which your dad's name and i said his name is tommy kirk and the guy looked at me like he had just seen a ghost like he just he put his head down and he looked up at me and he went. I swear your father in as commissioner zoning board of philadelphia before he died he goes on raila joya will. He was ray on the back of the that they had given me when my father died while i just over. I'm overwhelmed at this point. Because i can't believe you know this is happening so i call my mother up and i go mom. You are never going to believe who. I'm sitting next to right now. And so she says here you sitting with and i said i'm sitting next to raila joya and my mother starts bawling on the phone now is she can't handle it she's just i said i know i know mom i know and she goes talim. I said hi. Tell them. I'm asking for him the whole thing and then i said i know i know this is just. This is just such a gift..

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"raila" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"raila" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Collide film in terms of photographing during the school day. The most things. I might want to photograph would not be the behavior. I wanted my classroom so you said as as behavior modification photographing kits at work. Yeah people working nicely. I didn't photograph all the time most of the time. You're in charge of raila just special occasions at teaching you working or any job. You know you're you have to be your job. Even when i was working in period whereas hostessing uganda bars been but occasionally my camera so when you're not photographing you seeing all the time so you no matter what your training your your and your and your pre sheeting. What is it that strikes you or what is fascinating you. You'll looking if you're looking for those of us who have vision. We are very lucky to have vision. And you always looking i. May i remember the things. I don't photograph as much as i photographed the things. You missed as a just want catch. So yes it. Of course it affected me. And you thinking i mean other you know your books have come out and and we see that you know. They're they have this degree of compare and contrast were you thinking along those lines. At the time i mean when you were making these images or this is all part of your world and you really didn't kind of Separate them into these categories. Necessarily.

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"raila" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"raila" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Than any other genre so he thought here's a good place to start because when adventist too well all of our evangelism is helping people understand the bible right so this bible centered Approach to who. We are led to this. Hold on a minute we can. We can have the best bible trivia game out there this is. This is something we can do. So let's take this entire heroes world universe and let's build it better and that's what we've been doing for two years right right and it doesn't make sense that you know when it comes to bible trivia. I do remember you know through my time at church. Just being in a white programs where a lot of the games the with answering questions things of that nature so so it does match right But i'd like to take the conversation not only talk about what we have been able to accomplish so far but where can we go because there is a lot of maybe individuals within our church. We have a progressive kind of strain. Absenteeism is pretty large progressive out as we have not so progressive adventists. That would look at a project like this and say you know it's a waste of money. We should be telling people to answer questions from the bible like the physical initiative. Raila you know you talk about the digital initiative. So why is it. So important that we have presence on this digital world you know skeptic or somebody that's more traditional may look at this and say we're compromising or maybe we are adopting and we need to go back. So what would you say to to a person like that. and then i'll go into the other direction as well as it turns out. Conservatives are extremely supportive in fact. I think they're the most supportive of this. And this cutting across the board Conservatives are the most supportive for any new technology and way of communicating the three inches messages especially within adventists. You will always find conservatives trying to to adapt our methods and to be in the latest possible way communicating. This message But that's that's after a little bit of time because historically we have when the there was a revolution in printing in the beginning of the nineteenth century which allowed for local periodical up until that point only very large companies printed books and so on but at the beginning of the nineteenth century so the early eighteen hundreds there was a revolution technology that allowed for regional periodical and we use that technology almost immediately. We made that available because we have these messages that need to be delivered to every human being alive so whatever..

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"raila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"raila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New York City. This is the show that takes the headlines to the Bulls because it believes voting matters. Even if New York is going blue, no matter who I'm Jess Solomon, and I'm a man of the sandy, you're listening to comedians. First is the news from the BBC World Service. Thie American election has dominated world news this week. And as much as I would prefer to talk about anything else. Anything, Cove it war. That weird ingrown that has conveniently appeared near my nose. I can only assume is a warning sign of stressful times to come. We cannot escape it. Kenya went through a contested election in 2017. How are you guys doing three years later? And what advice do you have for the United States? So in 2017, there was an election in Kenya and a hurricane. That'll work with a very small margin and the opposition leader Raila or Dingle. Contested and he walked out and the election was annulled and the work even 60 days to hold another election, which was on by hurricane ETA with a 98% or a huge majority, because only 36% off the electric stand up. And so we are. Kenyans are very good at mismanaging elections. But where are we? Not still the same place? It's a quagmire that I don't even know that we will ever overcome this until the women take over like we did. You know when I come back and bring the good old days rent for politics, Can you run for politics to bring back the good old days? Money missing. You have to have loads of money these days are billionaires. But what advice do I have for America is kept in what you're doing. You're making us look good. Is that advice I have for you because you really you're doing everything we've been accused off. You know, voter suppression. Threat of violence, Disputed elections. You know everything and Kenyans. LF you have London great deal from us canyons, you know, so Yeah. Keep doing what you're doing, and we were looking better. Joanna, What do you think about the prospect of America Still trying, Teo tell other countries had to run their democracy is, you know it's kind of like when I give advice to my friends about their life. And then they're like you literally passed out on the couch yesterday in a costume. What do you doing? Telling me what to dio. But I You know, I always feel like I have better advice from my friends and I have for myself. And maybe that is what America is all about, You know, claiming they know more than what they dio and not looking introspectively into why they ended up Passed out on the on the couch and right when you know I like that analogy of Joanna Trump seems tto have won many American Latino votes despite Joe Biden playing the popular hits on this bus seat on the campaign trail, What is Trump Doing right? Aside from right wing nous. I love the term Latino because you know, people think that that means a very specific set of people. The world Latino. It includes over 20 countries 17 different ways of saying straw. All the races you can imagine. So it is. It is the least monolithic group of people you could imagine. But you know what? Why not? Let's just put one name on it and call it a day. That's America. So 70% of Latinos. Vote for Democrats, usually, but there's a 30% that technically that always vote sort of Republican, and those are Cuban Americans, and it all started in the 19 eighties. The Republicans saw an opportunity. They said, Hey, we have a bunch of Cubans coming in. They're escaping a repressive left wing regime. We need to cater to them. And since the eighties, Cuban Americans have been very Republican, a majority Republican. Now what has happened? We have a lot of people from Nicaragua, escaping a left wing dictatorship and ah lot of Venezuelans escaping the Makoto regime and going to Florida. So since several years ago, Trump's campaign has been very clear. They know exactly how to obtain that vote. What did they say? They say Hey, Joe Biden is a Socialist. He wants. Sorry. It's just I'm laughing because it's like it's sounds so insane to imagine Biden and like like, Can you even imagine him smoking a cigar, which I feel like is an essential part of Being a social like a Latin American socialist anyway, that guy, if you google if you Google the words like capitalist man job pops off like that's what that's so true What he looks like. Search him. So So you know what's happened is they've They've been very intelligent in trying to obtain that Venezuelan American because they know they have the Cuban American vote. They've been winning district's that sometimes have actually lean Democrat. It's It's insane because it's sort of created this new subset of Internet trolls called magazine Wellons. Make American Great again, Wellons. And they are the people that believe conspiracy theories. They say Trump is anointed by God. They say that the black lives matter movement is a Marxist group and its they've been fed a bunch of misinformation. But then simultaneously they've been catered to by the Trump campaign. Why, Because while a bunch of AA lot of the Democratic candidates have just been calling us Latinos and putting us in the same box is Mexicans and Peruvians and she lands. The Trump campaign has actually said, Hey, the Venezuelan problem is very specific. Maduro's a dictator. How can we help solve this issue? I mean, they don't actually mean it. Let's be real. Nothing has changed. But and they're also deporting a bunch of Venezuelans. But they're really good at campaigning very specifically for the Venezuelan and the Cuban vote and the Nicaraguan vote, which is very necessary in states like Florida. But you know when I was very surprised when I was in America, but by how much It seems very insolent. Times are getting information from outside. And they said, like 40% of Americans are living in fear. Also, listen now, when I was a child growing up on a farm just on the outskirts of Nairobi, we had a leopard. That lived on the tree close. Fine. And the American people living in fear ofthe wass. You know, this is a little you bent get sent out. And literally, you know, not come back because I left with us eating your something. That is a different perspective. The champ you're actually my hero. Before we go. We wanted to ask you both in these times of uncertainty. Do you have any predictions of what on earth is gonna happen next week? Imagine we've given you a crystal ball. I think there's going to be two realities..

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"raila" Discussed on Bolton Fan TV

Bolton Fan TV

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"raila" Discussed on Bolton Fan TV

"I don t all you know i mean realistically again back to the for the primarily paying fifteen pound each game try it'd be able to understand more if it was like the bigger names for example the month you know if you put that on paper view you know as a kind of testa. It'd probably be like okay. A lot of people probably will buy it but obviously is what skies about i know. But he's like you know the charging fifteen point for people to watch the full against sheffield united. It's like yeah okay. The only people that probably gonna walk fulham sheffield fans. But you don't even benefiting from it. So i don't know why the charge fifteen pounds four fifty pound anywhere because it's like in other countries i think like is the like. Some games are on disowning stuff. You pay like less than fifteen pound to watch it all the other bonuses and boxing and basketball and stuff like that and so it just doesn't make any sense does in the sense to the owners. Just want to make as much money as possible. I don't know. I mean that's bringing it back to you because i do want to talk a lot more by the situation united and let's go with thailand's opinion. On what do you make of the glazes. Even have any clue loss. Oklahoma not around. I mean all right. We'll we'll go to lead them. Don't know a lot going on the glands on just eighty dollars. i don't disagree with you and not the not because just west money on stupid players like they go they go mcguire eight million but you think your three different positions between mars and on on maguire ball eighteen million for defender were as ball marris sixty million twenty million less for overall. Just a bad play. Raila obviously at two different positions e can't really sam entrepot for it was like the amazon prime documentary during the day. The one that was nothing gives twenty seventeen maybe eighteen. They both in the in. Like i think. That's when i could be wrong. Then another player in all but that was like a hundred and twenty million three players can see.

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Strange, 'Long-Lost' Elephant Shrew Has Been Rediscovered in Africa After 50 Years

Morning Edition

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Strange, 'Long-Lost' Elephant Shrew Has Been Rediscovered in Africa After 50 Years

"For half a century and recently found again. It's called an elephant shrew. Now that name is deceiving, because this isn't an elephant, Nor is it a shrew. The little creature can be described like this. It's a teeny tiny relative oven aren't barking an elephant. That's the size of a mouse. Stephen Heritage, a Duke University researcher who worked on the expedition, says another name for the creature is the Somali Cendy, although it was not found in Somalia, But rather in neighboring Djibouti, the Somali sandy can fit in the palm of your hand. It's got a pointy nose in these large, adorable eyes. In science. We call them charismatic microphone. A which in lay speak translates toe cute little animal. Glad there's a scientific term for that Now. The last time the creature was documented by researchers was 1968, so it's been a minute There's a lot to catch up on. We know now that it is for sure, a rock dwelling sang. It didn't have to be that we know that it has foot drumming behavior as one of its communication behaviors. So we have some basic knowledge Now. People also have that foot foot drumming communication. Don't they Heritages teammate from Djibouti Who's saying Raila hopes this news will bring Mork on conservation efforts to the country? Now the international community will have a nice on our Brian diversity. And this is the importance ofthe this suspicious for acts. Though some information about the Somali, Sandy is relatively new. It has a really long history. This is an endemic lineage of African mammals has a history on the African continent. It goes back at least 45 million years, possibly much longer, And we know that it shares a common ancestor with the elephants in the art barks and golden moles and 10 Rex and these are really the true endemic African mammals with a long lineage. All of these other mammals that end up in Africa with you know, lions and giraffes and zebras. They don't appear until after the Miocene. About 20 million years ago. Somali sang You cannot be taken off the global wildlife conservation list of lost species.

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Why You Need Trustology

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:33 min | 2 years ago

Why You Need Trustology

"Really interesting Willie. Our at the moment when it comes to crypto now this is going to a affiliate shortly so paper will still be in the midst of this covered. Nineteen virus that has you locked down and may on lockdown and probably many more people listening to this. Because they're in lockdown. I wanted to so to speak to you today. About is that affecting the market it before we get to that stage A little bit about yourself. Trust in when you started a little shocked System just og back in November twenty seventeen now so well now And that was a with consensus so we started a consensus spoke. Lubin enough to Ye away spun out as a separate legal entity Within BEEN INVESTED BY CONSENSUS. So thank you to them and to Sigma Ventures. Thank you to them to Based out of London Swell of us a cutting code enduring also stuff Yeah and we've been ready kind of waking ready. Huts Custodial will it platform So we say cup. People's case and held them to put transactions through onto it coin theorem and we'll be adding spoiled to other bulk. James like finance shortly as well as looking after kind of assets on exchanges as world helping flakes managed that before that very kind of now Career for a lot of people in crypto half of the people in Crypto works for banks used Iran innovation for UBS Swear I was looking at all sorts of stuff from cool mobile projects looking to security on the streets Moving into kind of machine learning Big dates all that kind of stuff. Undiscovered blockchain also super cool Ended up opening lap at a level nine or UBS where we did a lot of work on small bones and so on Ammon Windy being one Mellon Custody and then tried to tried to stop mining company. Did we just just just energy raw. Have been you've been every women as they cite financing around but I mean all in the same industry. Did you serve when you? Ubs did you jump ship because you saw something. Bigger your bold. What was the raising V to leave your mothers and fathers would call a good job. A styling count it. It's a big step to walk away from From those sorts of organizations what was it. That really inspired you to do that. I felt like I had a once in a life. Chance to try and build something an look Lodge organizations ready kind of a very important function But being very big F you simply cannot say the same wrist yet When you playing a trillion with a pension funds and stuff like that he just socially irresponsible to take the kind of risks startup candidate I wake up with startups in my role back in the banks. Mentoring them will genie to do you. Know to kind of In engineering assistance. Full Bank grade scale But after a year. Raila us that if you are trying to be on Leandro Angel Tech You have to have a go at a small company. The only place that you'll be able to do that in a way. That's except risky is in data system. There's anything wrong with a bank or it's more the fact that quite right. You have to choose the level risk. You want to work on and then said negotiations. I see jewel and others for an Nightclub Stanton. And the word that you used there was was responsible obviously a startup. You is the risk to reward ratio. You take bigger risks than you are looking for bigger rewards. These institutions tend to sometimes not taking bigger risks. And I need to keep chipping away completely. Understand that point of view I guess moving into the actual service itself. Do you WanNa tell us a little bit about who you sane because you've been around for a good couple of years now it's to be around or Saudi accompanying two thousand seventeen in this space. It is and is still be alive. Audits ushered should tied with that to still be around. 'cause many let's face it many of those are see is popped up have also pumped out And then longer around. But you've been around. You continue to move for us to way and it's interesting to say the China the monitoring what sort of changes you say in the space transform of that so two hundred eight years You saying a different demographic coming now to use your product. Yeah absolutely so you know if if you look at the early days he had Ic craze radius kind of crowd funded many way but with very tech savvy people so those not mind for custody that Boyne because GonNa defects that will get into this space Wanted to connect fully control a case just completely respect and they didn't need assistance. We've seen a change in that on the ICS kind of the Public. Lachey gone and his lawyer worry about whether they seem to be securities and so on So instead a lot more private placements but actually we've seen of people who are buying the tokens They now from wider People but they tend to be less technical so they need a little more Holding they're looking for much more school. Two Point Zero experience where a lot of things to handle for them which is kind of what we designed

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"raila" Discussed on Pamper My Business Podcast

Pamper My Business Podcast

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"raila" Discussed on Pamper My Business Podcast

"Google it come all. I know we could go everything. But you know you're the expert here you'll save me a few key strokes today. So what the heck is amp. We'll we'll yeah thank you. I know i know. I know i need to stop being mean to you i need. I know. Educate me today is. Education differ juror four accelerated mobile pages. Oh see album. Mobile friendly are kind of thing. But not it's like you have raila milk and you have chocolate milk. But they are a little bit different okay so accelerate. A mobile pages are pages. That are your regular website that Load fast for that. Low fat and correctly for mobile to be seen on a mobile device. Pages are light lightweight. Version of your regular pages. Their mobile friendly. But they're likely versions of your pate mobile freely. Pages are paid to that. Look they they have the faint country but they are they were. They are designed specifically for mobile the epic so they're both version. Different versions of your pace for one is just A lightweight version of the page in one is a totally different page. But they're both multiple freely. Does that makes it. Yes ma'am okay. I'll try not to give technical too technical on the okay so all of that. I'll see all of that means you want to make sure. Your website is mobile friendly if if there issues of your website display.

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How To Improve Your Website SEO With Google Search Console

Pamper My Business Podcast

08:41 min | 2 years ago

How To Improve Your Website SEO With Google Search Console

"We're here talking about Google search counsel I know I know we already talked about it in a previous podcast. But guess that's what we did not do. A deep dive into this is not WANNA techy. Techy podcast this is just one to inform you of the things that you can do a google search. So you're run over and get started just kidding so early. I know we talked about previously. You jumping into Google search console and started you the. What was your first impression about the Google search console info like what in the world is a wild in the know about it? That's my first thing and then it was like. Wow this could do all this for like what has been. I mean. Why don't know about it? I agree and that's what the whole focus is of this podcast today. uh-huh to alert more. People of how goods are council and how it can use in your website optimization strategy okay so Before we go any further let me just cover some of the things that you can. Google search console can help you with regarding your website and this is this is not an all inclusive list. This is just a few of the things I didn't want to get too techy but I wanted to kind of give you an ideal thing who says you can become aware of we start using Google search console. First of all it can can confirm Google found and crawl your website when Goo who cross your West. I as it basically means it has found your website and he's gone all through USA and said okay. We're GONNA pull this link. I think to this page because it has to do with this this keyword. So that's all that's one of the best things they can do for you to say. Hey we he found her website. It's index okay if Google has any issues with indexing a page on your website it may ask you to are- index. The Google Search Council will send you alert alert emails in May ask you to re-index page. That's just re-submitted. You Oh you are ill or may say this country it may be out of day you may need updated so it lets you know with their things. They're issues with your the site that is affecting your website being balanced search tonight. Excellent question for you go home for those people who you know been on linked Lincoln. Excuse me just been around forever to re index the page. Where would you even go to Greece? Way Eight one of the things that one person you you wanna do a Google search console. Is You want to submit your else that you want to be. You want to show up in search the top you will from your okay. There's a kind of a address far side of the website. Where are you Smith through your L.? When you submit it and they'll say okay we're requesting the Sea of this you are found in Google? Okay if it is then say it is found is not as you know has been added and then it had to give you an option to request indexing basically used to Mitchell Richard. You are L. and that's fine but if you request into indexes that means Google to that you're ill and look through the pages you say Oh okay. This page is about this keyword. Let's make sure we note that this page is about this keyword so when people search roared we can pull this this page over so basically submitting your your your U. R. L. to Google. Search console is fine. It's even better when you tell it to go to the page pool keywords from so that would indexing but I'm trying to get too technical. SAC correctly amid you. Submit your you are two Google. Hey go here's a page out. Say I got my google products. Going the You say Hey g thank you hear it. It did meeting the the Yorio the and the end will you index you say hey yeah. This is a new page now come find my keywords on his fate it also would google search console. You can view search traffic data for your website. Decide that means. What are people doing before they come to your website to find your website so it it tells you how often you site appears using Google search which searched quiry show your side and how often searchers click through for those queries and it shows a lot more but either Canada three basic things that you can be When it comes to Google Sir Staff and if there is an issue with your website you can receive rely alert from Gulu? That is if there's an issue with Google index your website so a reunion dex every once in a while or you can do a manual re the index request. Okay if there is spam or other issues on your website the console within your lert okay yes and even shows you which site lake to your websites who you can trouble shoot and and this is something. I'm not going to get too deep. I'M NOT GONNA do deep dive into but it's very important you can trouble shoot and issues and is Josh is an acronym that talks about making your website accessible for mobile or mobile friendly and It's basically glee where you someone pulls up your website and you're in their phones and they can be your website without having the issues if there is an issue for your website to display moberly. Google Search Council will tell you when there's an issue one more question. You're not a guy. What is what is go? Gosh come all I know we could go everything. But you know you're the expert here you'll save me a few key strokes today. So what the heck is Google. Yeah thank you I know I know I know I need to to stop being mean to you. I need no educate me. Today is Education Day for Jurors Excel a-rated mobile pages. uh-huh oh see album. Mobile friendly are canapes. But not it's like you have Raila Raila milk chocolate milk but they are a little bit different sense okay so accelerate a mobile pages are pages. That are your regular website that Load fast for the low fast and correctly for mobile to be seen on a mobile. The device pages are are just like a lightweight version of your regular pages their mobile friendly. But they're likely verges of irregular. Page mobile freely pages are pages that look they. They have the faint country but they are they were they are designed specifically for Mobile. The vet make sense so they're both version different versions of your page for one is just A lightweight version had to pay in one is a totally different page. But they're both multiple freely. So does that make sense yes mail. Okay I'll try not to give technical. You're too technical so all of that L. C. and all of that means that you want to make sure your website is mobile friendly if their issues of your website display for mobile all device. 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"raila" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"raila" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"Oh you know it's him. There's no reason for you to know that it's him. You thought he died but you is no because the force is strong with both of you can feel it in his heart. Yeah he's like that's my husband and I think that the comic showed that scene pretty well like instead of having it like. Here's all these. Individual panels were Dammar in is completely fucking up the first order shit. They're just like here's one page. Were finished just like that's my husband and you see like all these explosions happening. I'm like Yep Yep Yep Yep yeah I mean it's like you said when you're making a comic out of Action Adventure Film like these you have to do a lot of compression of these scenes I WanNa talk about Kylo Ren because I forgot how completely Rabi he isn't this one in both the comic and the movie like Iowa and is such a creep such a creep and his wholehearted. Take whatever I want thing gross. Don't do that. This is the message for everyone. Don't do that. That's not cool. This is this is why I can't get on board with the Raila Schepers Yeah it's just it's just like man. He is super rapi like when he's sitting and just stay with the mask on and just staring at her as she's like unconscious in the strap down chair. I'm like Bro. No it.

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Early humans may have shared Europe with a giant bird

This Week in Science

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Early humans may have shared Europe with a giant bird

"This is a discovery net Crimean cave, which is that little regionally the north of the waxy? This is suggesting that early Europeans lived alongside some of the largest birds ever to exist. This research is published in the journal of vertebrate, paleontology previously thought that such gigantism birds was limited to islands, Madagascar, New Zealand ustralia. We have now have newly discovered specimen in this cave in northern coast of Black Sea. It is a bird is giant as the elephant bird. Ceiling moa and maybe source of meat bones feathers eggs that sort of thing for early humans in the region, quote voice from doctor, Nikitas Lenka, Russian Academy of sciences. When I first felt the weights of the bird, whose thighbone I was holding in my hand. I thought it must be mad Aghassi elephant bird Foucault 'cause no birds of the size of ever been reported from Europe. However, the structure of the bone unexpectedly told a different story. We don't have yet enough data to say, whether it was most closely Raila to ostriches or other birds, but we estimate, it weighed four hundred fifty kilograms, which if you're not familiar with kilograms as a metric for hundred and fifty kilograms is approximately the equivalent of four hundred fifty thousand grams or nine hundred ninety two pounds or that. That's big. That's really big formula.

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"raila" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

Programming Throwdown

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"raila" Discussed on Programming Throwdown

"Functional programming because each function is isolated it lends itself really nicely to parallelism. So, for example, you might write a simple script. Maybe right. A simple python script that does some text transformation. And you have this huge block of text. Maybe it's. Comma separated values that you pulled out of two six oh, spreadsheets and working on styles of rose transformation on all of the on each line. If you just do python, you could do it might not take that much. Dummy lines of code, you just do a four loop for each line, your replacement. Right. But it's going to go through each line one at a time. Right. There's no reason it has to do that. It could have you could have one process loading these lines from disk, and then another process writing them to disk and both of them can be going as fast as possible. With with python. That's going to require sitting thread pool product to be multi processing thread pool have to create all of these. Spun off all of these tasks feature. You have to do a lot of work yourself, a lot of the heavy lifting. With the functional language, they've, they've designed it so that they do a lot of that work for you. So for many of these languages. And now this is starting to make its way into a lot more than than just functional programming languages. But yeah, this future promise Eysenck await pattern that really came out of functional programming. And for example, you can write something. That souls a game search like Sol's a checkers game or something like that, and list, and it will automatically use all of your cores. You don't you? Funneling around with thread pools, and all of that yourself, totally. It's interesting what you're saying about how this stuff is, is kind of feeding out into the into other languages because if you think about, like, you know, at some point like python having like map and filter and stuff was considered like that's functional programming, just because that was an idea kind of feeding out and you know generics like you know, like having a list of tea instead of Raila like this is an idea that was called the parametric morphism that originally came from Haskell, and then was was brought to Jabba an you know, like Lambda 's obviously are quite popular now. So I feel like there is a, you know, a conveyor belt of taking these ideas, and, and feeding them back to other languages, because there because there is a lot of value in them, especially a web servers, great example, where. You might have one person who they're maybe they're on their phone, and they send you requesting. Hey, get me the weather in your service. Try search in the weather, but that person goes under a tunnel and now they have no reception. And so you're just being this person saying, hey, I have your weather have your weather could get your weather. And if everyone else, maybe you have a hundred thousand users of the site if they're all blocked because of that you wanna you're just going to be functional, right? Yeah. But, but that's where gonna functioning just really shine because Doug actually could be really tricky to get right? Even if you have eight threads now you can support, eight people if eight people. Reception to your website goes down. And if you're upset is thousands and thousands of people, it's not unreasonable punctual, which is a really, really good having these executors sort of manage a lot of this. So if there's a function that's waiting on some hardware, device or some show. That's okay. The language. The engine underneath the language news to just put that one on hold pick of a different one. And that's the kind of thing can be really, really difficult to get. Right. So as we as we talk about a lot of these concepts making their way into other languages. Keep in mind that, that there's a lot of advanced techniques in the functional languages, still make them. Really, really good. Much better at doing these kind of tasks, yet totally. There was an example. I remember from from when I was learning this. The, the kind of made a lot of sense to me where somebody had like this. Okay. Here's like a, a service that the processes coffee like you're buying coffee. So it takes in like a credit card. And then, you.

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"raila" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"raila" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"All right, locker Raila guy. Sorry about your red raiders. Auburn tigers. Yeah. I the only. She could have been genius with either one. And so I want my poll at my high school buddies, which is like, you know, beaten up your little sister. Virginia winning it. And I didn't even our our one after the semis. Like callous is sandwich. Against my final pick, the locker Ramat genius. That's a good. You worry. You're so secure. You're already locked in. You can root against not worry hammered. Does Leland chargers. Every Picton Fuchs would. Obvious. All right, man. Till family said hide. We'll we'll give you buzz during the during the playoffs talk. We'll sharks hockey because I know you'll be watching. You know, and bring home a w we need to get the giants on roll. Well, I can't bring home a w I'm leaving before the game starts. Okay. The journey do that. I'll try to bring it home from home. Favorite guy? Dr. His guy. At the end, we talked about about fifty different things. Maybe next football draft isn't like two weeks. I guess we should ask. Maybe prediction, his lock over Emma, Lochoe ram friend. Joan. It's got tout guy written all over it.

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"raila" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"raila" Discussed on The Big 98

"Dan, shea hop over to wedding, and they sing speech less than they do their first dance this wedding. Morgan had the inner skinny a minute ago. So are you guys married? Amy's Mary Halloween, married. You and your husband your first dance was too crazy. By Pat green. Speed. Have you been to a Pat green show and he played this with your husband not with my husband now? But I mean, I've been a lot about green. But not said, Nope. That'd be cool. Johnny played this. And that's still attainable thing. Yeah. Calendar. Watch rocks. Raila montaigne. You're the best thing married three and a half years. Mary thirteen years. That's crazy. Right. Yeah. We got our first dance was can't help fall in love by Elvis. We were at Hawaii got married in Hawaii. Did you have on Hawaii? So I had a leg. Yeah. I got one of the the man lays, no flowers, just like, you know, leaves were. That's what the Hawaiian people. Yeah. He loves Elvis, love Elvis. I love Hawaii is If I were to get today..

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"raila" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"raila" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"And then they put a ghost of him. Against his prior ones that he had. I mean, watch out showing them running up against Cedric. Would you get blown out by about five yards? Buckeye as you know, seven yard had. Campbell gave him a head start yard headstart said they'll got blown out by two yards receiver decay. Gimme then he got Metcalf who who had one of the fastest ones out of ole miss. Come gave him a few yard has blown out again. Defensive lineman. They figure, you know. Let's go let's go with the big guys big is able to give him another five year. Head start with Mantell sweats. Gave us by five yards on that one. I don't know who who there was in the booth with them. Devon Devon combo. Stalker. They both come and it gets blown out by about two yards. Let's go to bitcoin and Williams. So needless to say, I don't think he actually broke. So they put all three Michigan guys. They put rich chase Rashawn and Devin Bush, and he gets blown up by all by about five six yards quick. And then eventually they go some with. Is relevant with Conan Williams out of Alabama was the guard or tackle? And he just lost by yard. Just by. And then they put him starting up with with Dwayne Haskins. Right dwayne. Of course, a lot of people have been critiquing him because he was one of the slowest guys he lost by about a yard. And a Harry is a is a quarterback. Yeah. Who's got bad knees? Anyway. Yeah. But I mean did he wears me brace the run? I mean, I I'm not sure, but then they put him against the that. The Nate Herbie gotta Stanford just gun the gun and just do you just get blown out of the water just head to head? So they just like to pick. Yeah. They just like the pig picking them rich Michigan man trying to get on them and everything they did go assault. They did go in a apparently a guy that works for the NFL network or whatever he blew him out by yard. Raila, dude. Yeah. Blown by regular, dude. And then I'm like Dion Sanders. I think that may have been him. And then they put all four last four attempts to they had. And it looks like I got a. Because they can't tell so his two thousand fourteen was faster. He is either improved this year compared to last year at least, well, I mean better. Well, that's good. That's a good thing. That'd be out of high school. Well, hey, there's something we can all be celebrating that he'd beat out of high school or hey, I'll take a wins away in right? We take it. Right. You got a point. But the, but the annual ridge is and run came Ed Ben just brute house how much of a frigging nature everyone else's compared to. Fifty year old rich Eisen pay. Let's let's see. I know I know fifty plus. Yeah. Okay. Rich went to school when I went to school. So I know okay. Look, I just glad that he does it. I mean, it's for charity to go. Yeah. That's one thing. That's the one thing. You don't forget about. I mean, rich is doing this for charity. He does it every year. Everybody looks forward to it. We all like to laugh and play about it. But it all seriousness. He's doing this for charity, and he's running and he's got the whole suit on. Yep. That's the other thing too. He's in. He's not doing it in like like, the athletes are the flex gear that the doll hugging the body and everything now he's in he's full suit died. Dress shoes. Shoes. Everything trying to run on turf tried to run a street tried. I mean, he's slipping and sliding. Can't get any grip into the early out say yoga, everybody, laughing at rich rich doing his thing. I know he's doing this thing. Wow. Look, it's for charity. We gotta look at it that way, I'm happy for I Gladys. I'm glad he does something like that. And it's caught on you know, everybody looks forward to it. I know I was going to go home and take a look at it. Anyway, you know, see how he did. So I can text which Iran a good baby got good for. Keep them strides going exactly I if you have to treat out the dress shoes for flyers breath, dude. Get to go. Get some shoes. Go get some rutted shoe gives them PF flyers exactly because you look at bear brook. Give them joined brains. We got to homey. Airbus those out it, you know. That might have that forty time to about the six of needs to needs to grads funny. That is funny. That is funny. That's just crazy. Oh, yeah. I mean, let's go to a break. But when we come back. Hey, we'll talk about something else. 'cause you know, hockey, they got the high the big ten hockey. They got the brackets and everything they sure do plan. Have you been in sodas play Michigan in the first round? Yep. Can we get it? We'll find out. You're listening to the oh this is the end zone. Nobody should have to pay.

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"raila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"raila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I can't give you got to deal with the person or the people was there. But I was none of at this point the police are questioning both John Thomson and Kevin Freeman trying to get them each to flip on each other John actually knew Kevin and had bought stolen stuff from him in the past. But all he said to the cops was look, I don't know anything about a murder, basically, he just stonewalled them and wouldn't give up. But while John was maintaining that silence. With the cops Kevin was talking. Once he realized that I wasn't testifying against him wasn't going to give them up. He gave me oblige. Hurry up in verse to flip. So Kevin Zahn opportunity here. He told the police that he'd been with John that night. And that John was the murderer. He cut a deal with the prosecutors and offered to testify against John and in exchange. They offered him a very lenient sentence. So now the prosecutors have what they wanted. They had an eyewitness identifying a murderer. Then something else happened that was very very bad for John when he was arrested. His photo ran in the paper. And then the cops got another call saying, hey that guy you have in custody for killing that executive, son. He also did this carjacking. It turns out that a couple of weeks earlier three white teenagers were leaving the Superdome. When an African American guide tried to carjack them. When John's photo ran in the paper, the father of those kids sees the paper and says to the kids is this the guy that carjacked you and they said, yeah. I think it is John got charged with a carjacking two. Here's what you need to know about the district attorney's office in New Orleans at the time. It was run by Harry, Connick senior who yes is the father of Harry Connick junior senior was known to have a win at all costs mentality. In fact, the lead prosecutor on John's case would later become Torius for keeping a mini electric chair on his desk with the faces of all the people he'd sent to death row. So if they get a case like the murder of Raila USA, this wealthy well-connected white guy, the DA's office wants a conviction, they want it fast. And they want the maximum sentence. They can get and that's the death penalty. So they did something unusual in this case, they scheduled the carjacking trial. I even though it happened after the murder, and it was the less serious charge. But if John had a violent felony conviction on his record, then they could use that to go for the death penalty on the murder case. So at the beginning of the trial John's attorneys. Ask the prosecutors to hand over any scientific evidence that they had and the prosecutor said, absolutely. But the defense never got anything. In fact, at the trial the evidence against John was basically just the testimony the eyewitness identification of these three teenagers and based on that testimony. The jury convicted John of attempted robbery. For that his first violent charge. John was sentenced to forty nine years in prison without the possibility of parole. Convicted of the robbery that I didn't do that was done. Dear. He had no faith in the system. So next came John's murder trial and now John had a violent felony on his record. And at this point John figured, the victim's father is this huge figure in New Orleans. I just don't think I'm gonna get a fair trial like zoned out. I was already feeling doomed. I hate to why I was accused of killing riches white man in some on both lies was high profile lawyers. So the no money escape the dead or the Vaud. So those high profile lawyers John's lawyers, they told John that would be a bad idea to testify in his own defense at trial because the prosecutors had said that if he did testify.

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"raila" Discussed on X96

X96

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"raila" Discussed on X96

"You should watch the video it shows them recording it in studio. I like I like the message of the song give me fried chicken at the end. Yeah. Chicken care. What would bring the world together fried chicken? In contrast. This should be the song. Because this is like this is like this go. Yep. This is the one that does it for you. Guitar there. His voice. Petar? So nice. Slide. Towns bringing it down you're drowning small talk. Chad. Step into line like your daddy done Vanja. What's it called? Big Steeler borrow. Ben. Slack jaw. Oh. That is nice. One of these days. Soon. You'll find. Stay. Since. Steve. Raila montaigne. So well. It is so well, I don't know he's writer, so it's. I love that. How about you Kerry? I've got too many guys could pick one. I have many too. But I've got you know, just gimme the cordwood. And let's see we got well, the you're talking about guitar solos and the guitar solo on comfortably numb. Floyd was gonna I was gonna guess it was a Pink Floyd always gets me. This song always gets me. Yeah. Favorite needles. Good. This is my favorite Beatles. Song? And then there is. Other one chew. This. Every comes to me. Speaking of wisdom. Not a religious song. It sounds like a religious song. And it's not it's about as mother. Stunning. Speaking of wisdom, it'd be. But then this one always. This weekend. Sam and Dave..

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"raila" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"raila" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"But he says it's important for other countries to learn the lessons and not ignore Venezuela. Politicians like Senator Bernie Sanders. Representative Alexandria, Cossio Cortez have of course, embraced socialism as have many young Americans. I don't think they really understand what socialism is all you need to do is look at Venezuela. You see where this ends? But what are the lessons of in his Waila? How do they become a basket case? Well, the defenders often make excuses for shabas. Madero regime by claiming that the countries is a bad state is a result of outside forces, for example, some of them say that it was the fall in oil prices in late two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen that the country Venezuela's a petro state, of course, a member of their their one of the OPEC ours. But although lower oil prices undoubtedly made things harder for his Raila. They can't be the primary culprit in the collapse. Venezuela's stop releasing many of its economic numbers in two thousand fourteen but other petro states, like Saudi Arabia, Russia, Nigeria and Golic Kuwait. They saw their incomes stagnate or even fall after two thousand fourteen but they didn't experience anything remotely like the devastation that hit Venezuela. So it's not about the oil. It's about this system of government. What they're trying to do is be everything for everybody. And so we've now got Alexandra, of course, you'll pull who's trying to do the same thing here. And she has. Radical green agenda, and what she wants to do is mandate government control of American society. We have a link to this to let me give you some of the highlights. Well, lowlights of the Augusto Cortez plan within ten years. She wants the installation of a national energy efficient smart grid. She wants to upgrade every residential and industrial building with state of the art, energy efficiency comfort and safety..

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Dead Austin bombing suspect identified; motive still not determined

The Roe Conn Show

01:56 min | 4 years ago

Dead Austin bombing suspect identified; motive still not determined

"And tune in green tea service is bringing judy pielach snooze it is partly cloudy thirty nine degrees at o'hare i'll staff member and congressman randy hulk district office has been fired after police reports surfaced saying the aid was found shirtless inside a car with a teenage boy last october nick provenzano has long been active in the republican party in mchenry county he served on the board the police report indicates a seventeen year old boy told authorities he had a sexual encounter with provenzano in a car after the two met on grindr debates county voters said yes to a referendum calling for the merger of the election commission and kirk clerk's office just over fifty five percent of voters supporting that nonbinding measure the results coming in this morning because the commission experienced technical difficulties in closing its precincts county board chairman dan cronin his said that demonstrates the commission's incompetency lack of preparation one of losing candidates for cook county assessor wants to redo after some people were told voting for andrea raila would not count she had been the subject of a court challenge but in the end was deemed eligible i thought i would get thirty four thirty five percent of the vote and i thought i'd win by about a percentage point even though i was underfunded never did i dream that there would be such a fiasco on the day of election she gels wgn's john williams she believes it was done intentionally and is calling for a federal investigation fritz kagan one that democratic nomination over embattled incumbent joe berrios the federal reserve hiking interest rates by a quarter of a percent today and suggesting at least two more hikes will happen this year mocking a fixed rate below four and a half percent while the rate you're holding onto it's gonna jump to four point seven five or even five percent later this year bank rates greg mcbride no motive yet known as investigators near austin continue searching the home of a serial bombing suspect who was killed by one of his own bombs this morning still analysing internet searches and other there's probably books in there we don't know the.

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Parkland students dismayed after another school shooting in Maryland

The Roe Conn Show

00:53 sec | 4 years ago

Parkland students dismayed after another school shooting in Maryland

"The candidates for cook county assessor calling for an investigation into why voters today we're told that her name on the ballot didn't count andrea raila had been knocked off the ballot and then allowed back on some voters say they were informed by election judges that a vote for her wouldn't count young activists are now leading the call for stricter gun laws trying to prevent another school shooting but it happened again today in maryland emma gonzalez is a student at stoneman douglas high school in florida were shooting massacre took place february fourteenth she addressed the reality that another school shooting may be inevitable she and other douglas students speaking at an event this evening ahead of their march on washington saturday in today's shooting seventeen year old alleged shooter was killed after police say he opened fire on two students apple's new michigan avenue flagship store going up for sale and it could fetch at least one hundred seventy million dollars chicagobased walton street capital hiring brokers to put.

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