35 Burst results for "Saab"

"saab" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"saab" Discussed on Car Talk

"I did. It was so on accustomed to be called being called gentlemen and taking it back there for a moment, but what's up? First of all, let me tell you that I've been a fan of you guys for about all ten minutes now. All right, and really enjoy your show. No, I just caught you by accident last week. And I really enjoyed the show. Well, everyone catches us by accident. Kind of like a cold. Like the flu with songs like that, right? So you have a question for us or you just call up with accolades. Okay, I just recently lived over in Europe and I was working for the government civilian employee and I got to see a bunch of really nice European cars because I figured when I came back to the states, I would buy a new car or a used car and there was a very specific car that I wanted out of all the cars I drove over there European German and otherwise. Don't tell me. It was a Ford. No. Okay. No, I was really happy with the Saab, a Saab 900. So I came back here and I bought a used one which I'm very happy with. Yeah, I got an 83 Saab 900. I got a very good deal on the cars in immaculate condition on the second owner. It's got a 120,000 miles on it. No kidding. That's very good. But it looks beautiful. The interior is perfect. It drives like a dream. But, but. But about two months ago, I was driving along, and I started hearing a whining noise in 5th gear. And the winding noise got worse and worse. And then I started noticing it in third gear. And then I noticed it just a little bit in fourth, but then it leveled off and I still hear it, but hasn't gotten any worse and has nothing has happened..

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Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

Making Gay History

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

"On our second afternoon. Just back from a swim in the marine water. Santeuil bay berry yells for me from the bathroom. He turns from the mirror and says look he sticks out his tongue. We always joked. About what a big tongue had. But that's not what he was asking me to look at. Berries tongue is coated with a whitish film. Especially in the back. Maybe it's nothing i say. But my attempted reassurance evaporates. When i burst into tears we knew that thrush a kind of mouth. Fungus was an early symptom of as. We've both read the alarming studies suggesting that aids could have a long incubation period. Not just months but years and in october nineteen eighty-four. The new york times had reported new scientific evidence that suggested aids might be transmissible through saliva. Barron i curl up together on the bed. Hold each other and saab if you could contract aids through saliva. Could you get infected from tears. The daft we get home. I sit nervously flipping through people magazine in the waiting room while berry his in with the doctor the doctor asks barrier to stick out his tongue takes a close look walks over the mirror in the examination room and sticks out his own tongue he turns to berry and says yep. That's what it looks like berry tells me the story on the way home and we wind up standing on a street corner laughing. It wasn't funny but you had to laugh mostly from relief but also over our hyper-vigilance gone wrong that study about saliva an aids wouldn't be debunked for another

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Kissinger and Cheney Are a Disgrace to the Republican Party

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Kissinger and Cheney Are a Disgrace to the Republican Party

"This is happening right now in washington dc. Where you adam. Kim zinger and liz cheney to people who call themselves republicans and democrats going through a saab session around the events of january. Six adam goes from laughing to crying like that cut thirty. Adam kensington crying and sobbing saying democracies are not defined by our bad days. It's how we have accountability for those bad days. Okay adam before. I play this tape. Can we have accountability. As to why. Nancy pelosi didn't have the capital of police prepared. Can we have accountability as to. Who killed ashley babbitt. So i think we know what about the accountability for that atom kinzler atom in the hebrew scriptures means man and what a disgrace to that name. Adam can zinger is play tape because all talk about the effects you have to deal with and you know you talk about the impact of that day one. You guys held democracies are not defined by our bad days. we're defined by how we come back from baghdad days how we take accountability for that

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"saab" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"saab" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

"That gets me to four and then i really in trouble because i think you're you're stuck between wilt and Bill russell and i don't know what to pick their Bill russell one all the rings. I think we'll probably a better player if you force me to pick. I'll go bill russell. So that'd be much hop consulates bill. Russell magic lebron kareem and then on another planet somewhere else separate from everybody not even to be included in the same discussion but they need. These people is michael jordan. That much now get out if it is that. What was your favorite player. James worthy by military. Unc so are stuck on a desert island deserted island. Whose boys would you like to bring into. Yes bob albert are migrant. Mike breen really push him in there. I think marv albert has a better voice I think mike breen is maybe the best at keeping track of a game and explained the details of a game that i have ever seen a large voices better going. Give you a little context with mike breen. Mike breen win Devon booker turn the ball over in. What was it game game five. So as soon as he turns it over there is like seventeen seconds. Left mike brain if you listen to the broadcast. Phoenix needs to foul. He says that right away chris. Paul doesn't even realize it. Chris paul's like right back on defense. Mike breen immediately hits that contextual note. And i thought it was genius. Absolutely genius So i i think marv albert voices better than i think might brings about the best. I've ever seen at sort of telling the story of the game in that exact moment. it's blows my mind. So i straddled. I straddled the heck out of the ads on that one. Yeah if you were given the key and he said you can have anybody's job in turn of sports from from a bar casting perspective. Whose job would you want tomorrow. As great as on point. I got the job. I'm awesome. yeah. Like i don't want to go into the studio everyday. Like ernie johnson do all that stuff. I i enjoy the freedom i have. I enjoy my ability to really watch a game and passionately connect with fans on nba dot com. I don't want it. I the job that i want in the world is the job that i have. I am via lucky to have your thank you so much for coming on the spark does i really did not realize that we've gone through do To the too. That's why. I said we don't have enough time for the lakers discussion. But if you if you wanted a if you have time we can do it. But i know you have to wake up early tomorrow so well i appreciate. I just wanna say that other people. Listen thank you so much. I appreciate you guys asked me on. I'm always thrilled to connect with fans around the world. I've been on a show in india. Before and i'm always thrilled to connect with basketball fans in india india's it's growing country and a growing basketball country so i'm excited to see what's next. I both thank you so much. This is operatives during beneath Obviously huge fans. I think i kept my gushing minimum hanging much. Alphonse everyone visa like shaft some sun followed has got to next time. Then say bory. Thank you for listening to this episode. I hope you enjoyed it to stay. Updated on news reviews and interviews about the nba. Follow us at ball as bay pod on instagram twitter. Youtube search for bali's via podcasts. On apple google and spotify and subscribe to our podcast. Get the next episode as soon as it is released. How wonderful day ahead and see you. All soon on. The ball is bay. Podcast the largest a podcast in indian accent.

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"saab" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"saab" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

"You have a team that drafted a guy later. In the first round who's become one of the faces of the league a dominant player in this league In drawn nba championship to your city for the first time in fifty years. It never needs to happen again for you is if he never wins another championship. He has done his job ten times over. So i'm i'm thrilled for the guy i really am i just you know. I think it's good to have a small market team succeed. And you know the lakers will be back later. Badgers golden state. I guess fan. I promise you this. I mean this in all sincerity. I'm not not a fan. Oh it's impossible. Impossible that i'm i'm telling you the absolutely eight years years why i've done this job now for twenty six twenty seven years so at this point like it's just the you stop cheering for uniforms and you start like taking interest in the story themself. The players and stuff like that so You know. I grew up a lakers. Now the the opposite example this is. I am a huge college basketball fan of the university of north carolina uncontrollable. If you follow me on twitter. I apologize for what i say. I'm a lunatic about that. But i don't cover them like i cover the nba. I just watched them for miami joint of watching them And that's just a different experience. Altogether qatar okay. That's fair that's wh. Why is this. So i've spent some time in the us. And i've noticed that there's this massive. They're like two segments. There are a lot of people who are a fan of college basketball but probably not much of the nba. I i would. I would imagine that it is because of you know maybe your affiliation with the alma mater or something of that sort Are there's a lot of teams the universities that have caught that have teams in the The door team in the nba. They root for the team in the The college team. Can you give a sense of like because you are such a big. Unc fan is an us is one of those unc and duke coetzer. I agree but other than that. Like what is your sense of like why there is clear demarcation between college basketball nba. I think there's there's a couple of things their style of play that people really enjoy with college basketball. The nba particularly now is a different game than what people grew up with I think it's beautiful That sort of pacing space in three point shooters and stuff like that. That is to real premium on skill. So there's that. I think the other thing is there's this sort of connection to the players and the coaches that stay there like fear fan and north carolina roy williams when his first heidel in two thousand five fifteen years later he still face that program until he retired this year..

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"saab" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"saab" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

"Top ten can all go home. Some feel a little pressure. I wanna get al. Get folks home. Because we're working all night when of driving home on the streets in atlanta at three in the morning. So i would be going along and i would you know what you do. Is you refer to your script and then look up at the plane and so you're sort of going back and forth like this and i would see that the last play in the last video was rolling so i would be said you know blake griffin takes a whole for the throw down on the number one on the nba out super pass. So that we wouldn't blow the edit and so that's the only reason it ever happened that way i was never like consciously trying to say top ten and then that same producer was watching the comment sections like people are grabbing onto this way you say top ten and so then we just started going more and more extreme on it and i don't even know if i say the word ten anymore i i'm almost like i don't even know so it's just bizarre but it's like the back story that stuff that people know that work. There is almost even funnier than the idea that i like some. Nba out. you're sitting there. I'm not saying top ten faster and faster and faster. And i'm gonna do it by design and i don't care what anybody thinks. It was never that it was just an accident. that's also really icon. It's crazy absolutely crazy but you know it's what's funny now is i get hired I worked for the nba. Which is the australian basketball league. I worked for several companies down teams..

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Water Strategy and Future Thinking

Future Cities Africa

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Water Strategy and Future Thinking

"Michael waste is executive director for water and waste at the city of cape town will be discussing. The city's water strategy. They thinking and future plans but before we get into that mike. Welcome give us a briefing action to your role and background. Thanks a lot dan. it's great to be with you when free said he's africa. This is the topic. I care a lot about something. That i've with unprofessionally for most of my career i'm currently executive director and water and waste for city of town and i've had that johnson's December the twenty one thousand nine hundred prior to that. I was director warren sanitation. This makes me accountable. The which and sanitation department is whether the southern waste department in the city. It's a big department. We've got four million customers of cape capetown. Twenty thousand kilometers of pipeline of the four thousand stores seven ran budget a prior to this position. I worked for the world bank for sixteen years in Eastern europe saab asia. Africa have twenty five years experience in the sector But originally a civil engineer from uc team with a postgraduate qualifications from left brand the uk and princeton university. And the us.

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Practical Steps to Calculate Zakat

Verbal Outpost

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Practical Steps to Calculate Zakat

"We're going to be talking about calculating zagat and we wanna make sure and we want to help you calculated correctly and then we'll talk a little bit about work can go as well Once you calculate it okay so what do just give a very. I'm going to keep this quiet free flowing right guys and yeah feel free to chapin I'm just gonna give a very brief overview of how it works. I'm assuming that everybody listening knows the basics of there's a new saab amount which is x. Amount of silver and and or code. Let's just go by the silver amount and the saab of the moment is roughly around four hundred pounds. Okay so if you are in ownership of more than four if we just say for argument's sake you own more than four hundred pound in your bank account for a whole year. Zagat is then due upon you. So you need to pay zakat. That's probably going to be most people listening to this right now. Okay so anything over four hundred pound. You need to pay. Do you guys know what. The percentage is to boom two and a half percent. Yeah one fortieth one. Four one. Fourteen technical here fractions fraction incentives. Have you done the decimal point. Two five and two point sue far your point not too far yet. You're right but that's optional. Isn't it in the sense that amount that solve the minimum amount. If you go if you want to pay more you can. yeah yeah.

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A Coworking Community of First Believers

The Tightrope with Dan Smolen

08:21 min | 1 year ago

A Coworking Community of First Believers

"Get started. I'll ask you an about launch pad. You and chris co founders of launchpad. What is that exactly so launch pad is a network co working spaces really focused on smaller communities what we call them into markets throughout the united states. And we're located in nashville newark. New jersey stockton california new orleans. And we're coming to many other cities like mesa arizona and louisville kentucky. So we've really focused on becoming part of the entrepreneurial community and acting as a home base for entrepreneurs of all kinds. So i'm going to ask you about your locations in a bit but i wanted to ask you about your unique value proposition. I mean you're playing in a growing space. What defines launch pad among all other players in the space i think the biggest factor is an alignment with the success of our members. We really focus on people who are working on cnn. Really is the way that we define our marketing so that's much more expansive than just people starting a startup right. There's a lot of people who are working entrepreneurial league whether you are starting to start up a small business freelancer even working remotely. The nature of work is changing so much and we really focus on helping her members be successful in whatever their goals and aspirations are a lot of people are new to this and we believe that diversity of member shall ross. The types of businesses in diversity on level is so important so the lot of factors that set launch pad art and. I'm sure we'll we'll talk a little bit about sort of the ups and downs of the co working world today in the in the on gas. But we've been around for ten years and have really focused on the growing success of ecosystems that we play a part in that starts with helping the members that work at launch pad really achieved their roles. So when when i was doing my research a term popped out of the text and that was first believers. What does that mean. And why is it so important at launch pad. They mainly sat down and belts sort of the core values with business and or operating communities that we serve. I believe i one that always talks up and crystals. Everyone's firstly a ride often on journey. You hear the words know whether that from an investor whether it's from your mother whether it's from your little that little guilty had You're telling you that it's not gonna work and what you really need levers and so me think of that as sing the level within lunchtime and oftentimes those folks were working in the community. They are each other's levers members to show every day. They're the ones you hear the saab sorting things go wrong. Who celebrate the for sale. Who ring the bell with you. And you create this environment where we're all sort of on this entrepreneurial jury ourselves and help each other and we consciously about it every day about being people's first lemurs and we do that in righty one. It's the cities that we choose so we often go to places that maybe be overlooked by big providers or big big Operators in our space and we take bets on the city's because we really believe in supporting them supporting their entrepreneurs and we also believe that being i believe her is not just about writing a check. It's also being someone's purse customer so we try actively to support our businesses within launchpad by not only being their mentor their friends but to be their customer many years ago before i even started executive recruiting. I tried my hand at starting a new suspect on intellectual property. I spent a lot of money. I wrote a patent got a patent issue and then i tried becoming operational as a startup and was so soul-crushing and yes i got told no every day i never heard yes and i was like how can i put up with this so i can see the value in doing that. You know it's so true. I it's the journey of any entrepreneurial venture hearing no all day long in whatever role you are and it's also the internal journey right. I think the first believers concept is really the antidote to imposter syndrome. rain holds us back is am. I truly the ceo of this company. Am i truly hanging my big corporate job in stepping out to follow my passion project and so by being a community of first believers has not just us founders that that believe in our members radium culture where people believe in each other and push each other and support each other along that journey wondering if you could give me a sense of how that gets flushed out. So i'm a startup entrepreneur. I set up shop at launch. What can i experience at launch pad. That's going to help me flush out my business model in my path to success. Oftentimes the process starts before you become a member and typically what we see a lot of the journeys especially for startup founders. Is they'll connect with one of us or another member of our community around something as simple as pitch practice or a mentor session. Or hey i'm looking to raise money. Can i tap into your network to connect with others and get some funding. You know they always say if you ask for money you'll get good advice and we have that conversation with us. Start to be able to demonstrate the power of the network the power of the platform and power those connections and oftentimes some of the way we recruit startups into launchpad is through those very first early conversations. Once they join the community we have an on boarding process for folks where we connect people. It's starting out. A co working. Space is a little bit starting your first day at school or your first day at your job and we approach that very similarly by creating programs and connection points doing a little member matchmaking. So that folks who have like minded challenges or personalities or different types of businesses. We can connect them. And so we're really sort of smooth the path of on boarding in the community and then we have a variety of different programming and curriculum and supportive activities that happen throughout the year to be able to support entrepreneurs obviously dumb one some group sessions but we really sort of enable the platform to basically support it. And what we end up seeing these collisions of connection moments where people come together and they find their technical co founder amongst our member base or they find their first customer if they're hanging their shingle to be a consultant. Every time we do surveys of our member base about the benefits of being at launchpad we consistently hear that it helps them do more business. It helps them be more professional helps them achieve more their goals. That's fabulous so you take a lot of the sting out of being a startup entrepreneur with dimension. We also are sort of on converts so we understand deeply the challenges that we all face. And i mean i think especially in a year like we've had with the pandemic with twenty twenty struggled ourselves as as many businesses and i think it's been really valuable for us to be able to share those struggles in to go through that together with our members. We wake up every day. Thinking about launch pad are members. Were not a big corporation. We don't wanna be. And i think that really comes through in terms of the connection points that we can make with entrepreneurs are our

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Interview With Founder And CEO Of Cybersecurity startup, 6clicks

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

06:04 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Founder And CEO Of Cybersecurity startup, 6clicks

"Hello and welcome to muscat. Etv cly this morning. We're going to be joined by anthony. Stevens found the ncaa of six. This rise five million dollars. So we'll found out. Sort of the six clicks story and what they're gonna do with the money and then we're going to be crossing to the us. How should be logging in Greg ostrovsky at who is the original. Ti guys at don mx and stephen elliott program bonds president with day. Say so we're going to be looking at their application late security and then get some epic market insights from they say is wells but let me bring in anthony stevens search and founder of six anthony. Thanks for joining us. Thanks chris grads vanish wonderful and it was not so easy to get you on as well so i appreciate you coming on Five million dollars. What are you gonna do with it. Now let's start with them. It's quite a bit. We can have a really. Let's let's start with six clicks the platform that you put together and Yeah then now once you sort of rising the top of money. It sounds lucky. Ready to to expand out in the way fan at six backing twenty nine saying Mission was to was to build a technology platform to help businesses with risk and compliance particularly around Major issues locks obscurity privacy. So we did that. What mike sue platform particularly unique is the fact that it's been designed to be used by vases as well so We had a fantastic twenty twenty securing a number of partnerships with some of the biggest names in town saab pure security. A number of Oversight weaver is rice capital now to to global expansion. Is this your first rice. Is it like a series. I or is it privately. Funded years privately-funded. We've raised To win a million becca july last year so we sort of saw that as as precede round so you could call this a lodge saved around or early series. I am not as there's lots of different is described as things but yeah so it was probably founded. We were we were subscribed within a wake side Fantastic support and kids coming incentive pickle interested to invest and get part of what we're doing one of the taglines in the media release was on your whites becoming a unicorn. How has your you'll night is that just a pi. We'd been something in there. I think looking we've got. We've wasted a huge amount of opportunity here as amazing. I think it's way proudly as buys to and supporting the innovation sector in sort of technology around the world Uh think if we continue as we are we've got we've got every shot and i think is You know those sorts of aspirational goals I only have Up sawed in my experience you modest well shoot for those things and if you will join you probably doing pretty well to look at ways. Six has come from because it is a pretty good story. Considering launched in a few years ago twenty teens. So yeah that took a story the platform what you're doing and yet and then there's a bit of here is will. Yeah so we Sipa fully sort of founded a business at the start of twenty nine saying we spent most of the twenty nine saying period in product development developing us strategy looking at the market. Where can where we wanted to focus. launched up product in the market basically around christmas time. Twenty nine saints the twenty twenty and as we all know why I wake or ten weeks later. We were we were into And during that period. I think we Fantasies into position where we really need to focus. And we focused on the saab security improv. Assi market is i Big area of focus ferguson and looked and said the largest plasma successful plaza and the highest profile applies in that market not identified united. The locks of Security trust wide number of allah's Focused on establishing ships with is organizations to help them streamline This livery model. But also the provide technology today clause to help their clot sweets uplifting. Saab security Themselves that proved very successful for assaulted and thus partnerships were suitable september last year. And from there we've just with tons of demand and set up offices in the aci which is in the us as well. We've come from top full fem. Which obviously gave you that market in saw your sounds like a very well connected as well. So that's obviously helped. You already had those relationships moving forward so they kind of knew what you were doing. Yeah yeah i was. I was only pot. Chief digital officer at kpmg in my job was to think about the intellectual property across the fame. Likely globally and hal. We would back into software as a way to provide innovation to clients. And i guess that experience i and Appointed you around science technology. Lock zero has done for the canning industry where businesses use zero as an accounting system. But i also engage with it accountants to help them in that process on the same platform and it became clear to me that we needed when they did something like that. For risk compliance and helping organizations and advises shift off united spreadsheets and word documents. And stuff like that. So

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Indigenous musicians find new ways to create, promote and thrive during pandemic

Unreserved

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Indigenous musicians find new ways to create, promote and thrive during pandemic

"Edward kalani maxwell one and his brother gregory ca kina maxwell. One are part of the hawaiian band. Naveh the four piece band is made up of two sets of brothers. Nava asia's now. Grammy nominated album. Lovely sunrise was inspired by the music of billions alvez and his paradise. Sarah nader's i've reached out to edward and gregory at their home. And why lukoil maui. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much is our honor. So did you grow up playing music together. We are all surrounded by hawaiian culture wind music or we were even brought into the world. You consider ios bound to happy oil inevitable for us to either become hula dancers so to say now musicians and how were you around music before you were even brought into the world. Our grandmother and our mother were are the are practitioners are grandparents is wealth. They've been in the lion. Culture and hawaiian seen four before we even brought into this world. And what about you edward. What are your first or earliest memories of music. So yeah before we were bored of. My mother was a hula student for my to my grandmother for her hull flooding hula. Holly and my grandfather. He was actually a line coach specialists at also called who the hawaiian priest and he used to do. Many things he also. I guess what you could call if you were poorly Activists are so. He did many things for the hawaiian community. And so yeah. We definitely grew up around the hawaiian music and where it stems from the culture in our family being very active before we were and did the two of you play music together when you were little. Yes we actually laid with the help. All our grandfather. Charles coody saw as soon as we were able to take a gorilla being around blind culture and my grandmother have hula. Were will class or group. We would always go off on stage at like we were performing with them and end gregory. You're one half of the band nova and your other two bandmates. They're also brothers. And you're all from maui. So did you. Did you grow up knowing each other and seen each other the first occurrence or where we first met each other was passing. My grandfather at his funeral and their family came over to our art grandfather's house and we met them there. We didn't know much of all we knew. Disorder played music. They doubt salon suffolk dot but that was our first meet up them and most crazy to find out when we made three or so years ago was a their mom had done to love with alongside with my mom under i went to to are my grandmother docking day before we were even board. That almost feels like a very serendipitous family connection. How did you find that out our mother. She collected thoughts when she found out that we were deciding to make this battle or or join become about and so she gave us the history of how their families actually closer than we thought it was really meant to be for us to cross paths and form this type of bond with two sets of brothers in our make the group not bite ya and we always talk about how it was kind of almost destined to be back in the day before we have a board. And it's crazy how we can say. We were given that gift to be able to sing an all the whole year speaking hawaiian language to. That's pretty amazing. So you're both in your twenties and and so are other bandmates. You're all in your twenties but your latest album is inspired by hawaiian music from the nineteen sixties. How did you get interested in playing this kind of music. Being surrounded by point culture add aligned language. We kind of have some old souls to us. What we we all up to another idol or i would say a mentor in hawaii uncle. Samuel colonia cole. And he was asked to be part of the paradise serenaders and that was the whole reason why we did this project. A quick little travel back to the beginning of started was approached by a guy named zachary love. He is from all. He's an awesome musician. He approached with this idea to begin this project because of saab is going through dementia and we wanted to capture their style of music theirselves before it was too late. And so we're we're fortunate. We're blessed enough to learn from him before he forgot and we wanted to take their style. Also make it our own but also not let that stuff die

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Turning Your Passion Into Sustainable Work with Zachariah Moreno

Cafe con Pam Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Turning Your Passion Into Sustainable Work with Zachariah Moreno

"Hello welcome to go bam good morning. We're actually doing this during coffee. Time my favorite time of day. Thank you for having me. Thank you for coming on so zach. Tell us who you are. What's your heritage where you come from. I'm a mexican. American here in california oakland more specifically from the central valley of california grew up can actually west sacramento. You know went to school. They're pretty normal. Giant mexican family in california and Always had a love for creativity and art and different forms of expressing the that creativity so throughout my journey. That has come to life in a couple of different. Mediums started in kind of ink on paper transition to acrylic on canvas. art shows. Some awards wanted to do that professionally struggled to find a way to actually passion into sustainable work. Glad i saw that problem as early as i did. But then you know it always had an affinity for technology because of my my father's background been privileged to To be exposed to some technology pretty pretty early on and then i realized i could combine those two things together and make artwork and creativity with technology with squad. Cast is kind of the most recent body of that and that's actually another level of helping others be creative and connect and be creative with each other with their guests to record podcast interviews. That sound awesome from anywhere in the world. They do okay. So we're gonna pack all that story because this is what we do. So you're mexican american. Are you first generation. Second third generation. Right hey do how is that. I'm i yeah. I've actually thought about you know. My grandparents were barely born in the united states. A believe their family crossed the border into texas when they were like. I think my grandpa was actually. My grandmother was actually pregnant with him. when she came to america and i believe my grandma was a little girl when they crossed over into texas so work their way over to california and my grandpa was very fortunate to have an uncle who owned some farmland essentially in in the central valley here in in yolo county. They were farmworkers. The added bonus that he had is that his uncle rufus. I've never really gotten this full story. But he was able to own his own farm so he of course worked with farmworkers. They were out there in the field with them every day. My grandma grandpa learned to drive was he was super young was driving people back and forth from the fields and he's got gnarly scars all over his legs from like being out in in the different agricultural environments and walking around out there all day you know really exposed to that lifestyle and then became a sheriff's officer and later most of his career. He was a one of the best saw filers on the west coast. That's not a job really anymore. What is it at the time. These giant lumber companies would need these giant saw blades to take the raw number that they would bring in kind of millet down into usable lumber. So my grandpa started out in the yard stacking green lumber which is full of water. So it's incredibly woods heavy anyway but when it's fresh like that it's incredibly heavy so i'm sure he was pretty ripped back then he still is. He's in his nineties now. He's my favorite person and worked his way up to I guess it's kind of an apprentice situation where studied under somebody. He can take a piece of metal and make a giant saab laid out of it and Make that saw blade last for a very long time. And i guess there's very few people who can do that. He was very skilled skilled craftsman still to this day. Does a lot of woodworking and he's ninety nine only has he taught you how to make a late. He's taught me like on paper and shown me. He has a workshop that i helped build and we built in his backyard woodworking shop. And so does my dad. So this is what i mean about like creativity and craftsmanship. I think it goes very deep like my grandpa's. He's not a like a graphic artist. He's a very skilled technical drawing kind of pre autocad so he was What i would say is the first generation and my grandma you know to. That's how they match. She was one of the farm workers on his uncle's farm.

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Cyber Power Index highlighting Australian Governments gaps in cyber capability

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

06:22 min | 2 years ago

Cyber Power Index highlighting Australian Governments gaps in cyber capability

"Like any INFO Technology Sector security has plenty of indexes flooding around or get. Indexes collided by vendors and people trying to sell things to us I thought this for Senate index was. Useful because it doesn't come from I accompany product. It say independent academic attempt to benchmark Com, sub security capability and intent from nation sites It appealed to make per couple of reasons may not have had A to do with Bill Center in the past spend a little bit of Thanh. Talking to their academics in previous roles and particularly locked the way that This report sets metrics that up designed to objectively major subsidy maturity in nations So it says what are the kind of things that we could judge the intent of a nation in the obscurity spice and one of the kind of things that we could use to objectively major capability. And it tells an interesting story in Australia Australia's categorized in the higher intent, low capability quadrant and the reason for that is because when the the objective metrics this reporter applied to the statements made by by government ministers by government departments, entities about what our intent is. Assab security spice. Where about the most ambitious nation in the world for ask security attend? But. Then when you look at what our actual capabilities against that intent on again measured in a series of objective metrics. We fold anti sixteenth in that space. So, FA May that told a pretty familiar story because this over promising on delivering stories. One that I think is familiar to a lot of. People in the Strand security sector. In the context of these trying government's actions since the twenty six, Day sub, security strategy. A lot of announcement to be my bet when you follow up way those announcements. In the years after that have been made you say less deleted then was announced to the media. Will what's on the industry? Kodak in the two thousand, sixteen strategy that was undefended at least out of the Prime Minister's office. This one is looking out at a ten years. The two thousand twenty strategy is looking at at the ten year timeframe. And proposing one point six, billion, dollar funding. Backdrop, but a lot of that is going into law enforcement and as you say might be into that capability. What's your take on the strategy itself? Overall as you say, it's it's another announcement is on the strategy whether it's not as another thing but certainly yet your thoughts on the strategy itself and where maybe else we could have been in twenty twenty from the twenty six danes strategies. Have you have you seen that the two thousand twenty strategy's building on the twenty, sixteen or? Taking a completely new direction. While the that, you can certainly say the why the two thousand twenty strategy is reaction to experience the twenty six strategy That the twenty sixteen subsequently strategy had a very large number of of objectives and Nisha announced under it. I think the government found the experience of trying to implement those very large number projected initiatives again, adopted under outcome Tambo's prime ministership around the breathing bruising exercise because the twenty twenty strategy dramatically rationalize is temptation I'm say that the broad spread of of initiatives and objectives under the strategy a kind of a toddler. Your decide that the Gospel confessed about ninety percent of the funding. Associated with these twenty twenty strategy he's allocated to security agencies So it goes into building. Capabilities with particularly the is day but also other security agencies on. Enforcement agencies like the the I pay, and that's well and good We have I think outstanding internationally recognized capabilities within is. and this is the conduct that you have to keep investing in order to. Maintain those capabilities in my time that that international ranking. Suppose big Criticism that that libraries had is one that we've been exploring for at the loss twelve months and that's really When you look at security policy to strike the problem is the ability to project those capabilities out of the silos of how defense and security agencies. To the problems in Australia Com in terms of lifting a bench, mock the baseline up security security. Brazil and Sada resilience across the Australian government trying economy You know there's a lot of examples of that. Wall is day is absolutely world standard. Saab resiliency combined entities is as at the government's own description reminding at relatively low levels. you know the is days top full became mandatory in the. Seventies ago now. had a slew of a straight national ordered office inquiry since then. when you type them all up on like twenty nine percent of Kamal entities compliant with all the top four. Seven years after theoretically became mandatory say interesting. Is Connect between very high capability. Inside Is Day lower levels of saga resilience and more broadly throughout government not to sign story that we see in the corporate sector unites now at banks and Al. Telcos, absolately will class intends to their sub security posture. But you only have to sort of take one stiff through the down. In the I six navy top fifty. And you start seeing. Very, different levels of resilience.

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Live Missile Found at LAL

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:53 min | 2 years ago

Live Missile Found at LAL

"So what's the fun? An unexploded bomb at Lakeland airport influence is where son and finance look. That's what the news report says. Okay, exactly an unexploded bomb but live missile alive missile could be better or worse than an unexploded Bob depending on you know what they mean by live missile. Now, this story that we saw kind of goes out of its way to say it serious but not crazy dangerous. and. Right. So who would a jeb you? This story is yeah. First of all, this is from the Tampa Bay. Times. On August seventeen and There's in addition to, of course, Sunan Fund our other businesses and and concerns at Lakeland Linder Airport in where Senate, funding occurs each used to occur each year. So one of the businesses at that airport is a defense contractor. and. This defense contractor discovered invented had taken delivery of what is being called a live missile. Basically the quote from the company says in the process evaluating shipments to drake. International, Lakeland facility our team discovered an object with questionable markings. There's a quest, there's upset title for you. Indicated getting maybe explosive adhering to the explosive safety rule of exposing the minimum number of people for the minimum amount of time to potential explosive has it. We got the hell out. No, that's not what it says. It says we made the decision to evacuate the facility, inform our surrounding tenants and contact the appropriate authorities soon as possible. Apparently. This was a missile with an unexploded were alive warhead. It's unclear whether it was. You know solid fuel and ready to ready to be fired. There's all kinds of other questions that could be asked here there's a picture. Of. Understand what that picture is go ahead swept for there's a picture of some men wearing army fatigues, air force for something like that wrestling with this thing, it's about. the size of a small car or maybe a medium size car about that length, and it looks like could be about a meter in diameter. It's on cradle with with cash string wheels, and all this they're trying to me and handle it on the back of this flatbed truck Very interesting. So all kinds of things going on. At lakeland airport when it's not so infantile. Now, a couple of questions here first of all this jurors, what's the? It's Drake Drake Aka a K., and international. And where on the airport grounds is this located relative to the you know the the article the second graph of the article says that they evacuated the whole southeast side of the airport. doper chopper town. Yeah. Okay. Over there. All right. Yeah. Okay. And Jack and international is an aggressor. Squadron. Operation Right for training aired air pilots in combat I see. So it's an what a non-governmental training operation private private contractor and I haven't googled them but there's On old on say Oh, a not a current generation. Saab. Manufactured fighter called the draken. And many of them have found their ways into private hands I. See my say and I suspect that it's named after that type of airplane, right? Okay. And it's so. So. Many questions here. One would think if they were if anybody at draken was expecting alive munition to arrive keep going. They have been watching for it. You Know Sky Order I order A. Box of breakfast cereal from Amazon I put it on my calendar and I got reminders and. I know it's coming right Caution these rice krispies may exploded anytime snap crackle pop man but. So. How is so kind of the question whether or not did they get sent? This was this just sort of a special gift from some friend of drinking I suspect that they bought some surplus. Hardware. Okay from a vendor from maybe a directly from a foreign military. and. This was in the Tim. Yeah. Okay I guess.

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A Conversation With Rob Feakins

The Candid Frame

05:09 min | 2 years ago

A Conversation With Rob Feakins

"First off. Welcome to the show from joining my pleasure. I. WanNa start off with your career before you photographer and filmmaker when you were into marketing and Tell me tell me about what led you into that career. Yeah. So when I was in college there were there were no ED schools or schools for for creative people there probably art center back then but I was on the East Coast and I was in English Major. When I got out of college I thought, I would probably be I wanna be documentary photographers slash journalist because I was interested in photography from high school on. As a member of the Camera Club in college, and there was a dark room back when we were dealing with film and whatnot. and. I was doing a few journalistic pieces for the Dartmouth magazine of different people and I really liked that combination photography and journalism. So I got out of college at what to do. I went down back to New Jersey Right GROWNUP and I slept on my brother's apartment, which was above a garage and I slept on a sleeping bag for close to a year on his floor and I got a job as a as a journalist for more the Morris County daily record, which is a big kind of suburban newspaper in New Jersey and I started to you know because. I was low on the totem pole was going to PTA meeting meetings on a hot July tonight being the only person in the audience. But I got a nice little piece where I used to write about the manufacturing jobs and business jobs, and I kind of tried to turn into like a human feature piece. So I would write about the world's largest ecclesiastical garment designer. Was Morris. County. So I did in article on that and then there was an article on I did on the guys who did the macy's fireworks parade were in Morris County and so back then that. Their entire sales were once a year for the July and that was kind of an interesting business article but it was tough going. You know I was again I was sleeping on my brothers floride a sixty four Volkswagen bug that was breaking down and someone said to me you know you could be a copywriter in advertising. Nice. What's that and so? They told me what it was a copywriter in advertising talk about old school this how I put my portfolio together, there was a huge stack of national geographics in the basement of his or in this garage Saab go down there I would go to the national geographics in I would clip out photographs that I thought were appropriate in right headlines to them. And taped the photographs to the bond paper in Rhode headlining copy beneath the road some campaigns and put a book together and guide offer at Ted Bates as a junior copywriter which doesn't exist anymore to base fun to backer joined back Spielvogel than they went out of business years ago. But they were a big agency back then and I thought Big was good. The United Thought you know whether baked or solid they'll. They'll be good agency and then I was there for about a year or two when I stumbled across a one show book and I saw what worked could be in advertising and I was kind of blown away. I was Kinda like, wow this tremendous work. This is really what good work is. What what did you see in that work that you weren't seeing where you were I thought the thing that struck me even back then was that the best work for me wasn't necessarily the most clever or most clever headline but it was work that made me think differently about a brand or made me think differently about what they're trying to communicate that I actually Kinda learned something from the ad or the commercial and I was totally struck by because I was in a huge package goods agency and there was no attempt on many of those accounts to make you think differently about the product versus tell you how efficacious case it was. From then on I try to do very different kind of work I got into the did get into the one show about a year or two later than I, think some the first time agency have been the one show since they could ever remember in I slowly clawed my way out of that agency to other agencies and then found my way too shy in Los Angeles around Nineteen in the mid eighties, and that was amazing to me because that was the first time I felt like I had been with a company or a group of people that were just. Everybody was everybody was just impressive. I mean the receptionist was impressive and later on became the head of our buying they just hired people regardless of position who were thought differently or incredibly intelligent. and. I loved working there I worked there for. Close to ten years of not more, and I really enjoyed there in that was. Probably, you know I think a lot of guys who go to shy day or worked at shy can look back at those years is maybe their their heyday right in any event. That's how we got into advertising

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Trader Joes Petit Reserve Russian River Sauvignon Blanc 2019

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:47 min | 2 years ago

Trader Joes Petit Reserve Russian River Sauvignon Blanc 2019

"Stay from cheap wine fighter dot com an edge again. Wine we got from trader Joe's trader Joe's. Since the Kobe thing has been kind of light on new wines, they came out with a few new ones and we have a new one today. And, it is the trader Joe's petite. Reserve Russian River valley saw vm blocked twenty-ninth teen. Always. Think it's seven, ninety, nine, hundred block and I was you know when you get one from fancy growing area like the Russian river, which is Costa Sonoma. The always think. It's maybe some fancy winery, the head, some leftover twenty, dollar wine, and. You. Know Trader Joe's got a deal on a small amount of it and L. Not for seven ninety nine not this time that does happen from time to time. But this is from Owl Ridge. Wine Services, which has been a company. Out of Russian river since two, thousand, four, they they're accustomed crush private label. You know if you want to start your own wine label, you go to them and you know you tell them what you want. They'll make it for you and label it and you can. You can make your own company and sell it to stores. Are you. If you're a trader, Joe's though, make you wanting to. And this is from the Russian river and they've been at it since two thousand four, which gives them years of having. Contacts with the local vineyards and wineries. So they have good resources. Trader Joe's as you know. Price Advantages Basically they don't advertise they don't have to. have. A distributors go store to store trying to sell their wind getting the shelves. Everything's done a front. I think they pay for it upfront to I'm not always sure about every single deal. But I do know that that is what happens with these wines. Once they contract for it and they pay for an upfront, it's there's to sell or not sell. So that's what we have going here, and this is blocked from the Russian river valley. I think I've had many of those Russian river is a wonderful place for one. There's some high end wineries in there. But I normally get the Pinot Noir Chardonnay that's that's what they're most well known for though I know there are some wonderful producers making. Saab block in there and some really good vineyards and. Probably from somebody's really good vineyard I'm gonNA take a SIP. Kinda reminds me of New Zealand but not quite. Got Some both flavors. It's got some. Spice. I. I wrote down all of my my tasty notes on the. Review on cheap wine DOT COM. To go into all the details but this isn't a light and fluffy patio cooler. You're GONNA WANNA. Go to put a good show on this, but you're going to sit down and you're gonNA. WanNa. Shrink it and thank you know just. figure out what's in there because there was. A little bit of cream a little bit of salty flavors spice. There's. Sweet Sour. There's Tart. Not. Bad, for something ninety nine. Russian river I'd like I said I don't normally get my assab yom blocked from the Russian river, but it gave me a little bit of New Zealand which is. Had good acidity didn't have that grab another glass of you know. Like so much with expensive wines, but it had good acidity. Tons of flavor. Aroma. There's nothing really to complain. I like my soviet-bloc young without a lot of aging bottle not a lot of production techniques. Crush the grapes do what you gotta do bottle maybe eight just a little bit. This is twenty nine hundred and they didn't age it that long. And let it go and that's what I like my own block, and that's what this is and it's seven, ninety nine. It's from a place that I don't normally get myself I'm block. which is a plus in my book. And and actually have a book. That's Quinton Tarantino quote and There's not like some no name for savvy blocked. Tastes. Good. It's interesting. It's well. -At's jeep hey it's what cheap wanting finders all about we found one that's interesting. Jeep if. Block, you'll like this it's A. It's it's GonNa be right in your

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Liquid Light Sauvignon Blanc 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

Liquid Light Sauvignon Blanc 2018

"Savvy on blocked twenty eight thirteen. It's from. Chateau St Michelle one their line of Wine successor mostly from the Force Haven Bills Avian and Some from the Yakima Valley Av. Wasn't all that long ago? That Washington state lines would have said Columbia Valley on the label, but they seem to be getting away from that. And pushing Washington state's rather than Columbia Valley and the Individual Av. Inside the Columbia Valley I don't know if people thought the Columbia. Valley was in California up. But. I think it's a good thing. Letting people know what what is good. And I don't really have a whole lot of experience with Washington State's Satyam, block. So it's GonNa, happen to drink this one, and it's not the same old same poll. I'm a notice got that Grassy Aroma. You get New Zealand, but not much else in New Zealand. And this. Liquid life has great acidity. It's. I like a white line where you. are reaching for another, SIP. Before you even think about Richard Precipitous this one does that. That's named after the fifth. Form of matter. What's the other four? Solid liquid gas and plasma. And what the fifth one is I don't know. I. Guess It's Liquid Light. and. It's going to attend. Branca's not the same old same old, but it tastes really I'm. kind of like taking a break from Saab on black, still drinking savvy beyond blunt. It's got a little bit of a husker mouth. Feel to it little bit more rounded with tarp waiver. You have tons of flavor tastes good. And I like it. It's one of those wines that you I tasted you. Know and then after a while ago. Yeah I. Do know it's pretty good. And it's named after some scientific thing that I don't understand so. It makes me feel dumb. I'll feel smarter after I drink. took another SIP. Because of the city does do that, too. So there you go, I don't have to say about this one. It's beyond blankets for summertime, if tastes great. chateau same Michelle knows how to make good value priced wines. They also make ion wines to. They have they have. The value winds down pretty good. It's named after science. Label expect wine tastes great. Go?

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Fetzer Shaly Loam Gewurztraminer 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Fetzer Shaly Loam Gewurztraminer 2018

"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com. We've got another little mini wine. Review here a little add on for a review. We did and loaded up on the cheap wine finder dot com website today. or inexpensive, but interesting wine. It's from fetzer. The Shelley Loam Monterey. And I think I found her six dollars. You know it's one of those winds everywhere. Trader Joe's has a two for a few bucks more than that, but this is regular wine shop. And burst from inner if you. Fully aware of it is from the House as region which is on the border of France, and Germany also one of the main winds from Austria and then the Alps in Germany. It's sweet wine. But it's got acidity, so it's not to spend I'm not a huge fan of sweet wines and I. Get it I mean. Cert- winds would have you, but when I'm having to I don't really need lying. But this one doesn't. Ever really. Advertise its sweetness, it just as good nectar sweet not. Not Sugar Candies tweet. It just has a lot of flavors and it's. Not your usual. Saab Yom Chartres Day the agrees Yo flavors. That got another whole. Array, of Very identifiable but different ones, and that's kind of cool and. One of the things I wanNA talk about since. You've probably seen it in the store. You know you think oh, cheap wine. is been around for fifty two years now, and they're no longer owned by the. I think the. FEDS started them owned by a Chilean company. They're kind of autonomous. North American headquarters. And they're an interesting company. The other ones are Stanley sustainably produced. They've got hundreds of acres that our Ganic. They've got a couple hundred acres that our biodynamic, which actually does whining vineyard prednisone wine techniques based on the basis of. And, they are a B. Corporation certified. Be Corporation I, got a link. It'll be a paragraph for the that's lit up. Feel blue and I'll tell you about that and it's. It's corporation like Ben and Jerry's one of them. Thousands Prophet with motive and. One of the things we're working on right now is tackling racism in corporal. So. They're kind of A. Company that's trying to do things right organic. AMEX Dana. Trying to the ethical in nature and make an expensive with good tasting, Y, you know it's kind of like well because. Most of the other. Companies ice cream. Bakeries. Something to do with that type of thing. wineries don't really put in that in that category, but they're the are. And so you're not just buying inexpensive. White wine kind of sweet that really sweet. Soa loads of Labor tangerines. All all sorts of stuff going on in a smells great, too. But it's made by a company that seems to be trying to do better,

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Petit Bourgeois Loire Sauvignon Blanc 2019

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

Petit Bourgeois Loire Sauvignon Blanc 2019

"This day from cheap wine fighter dot com again and we're GONNA. Talk about why we did a full review on the cheap wine, five dot com website for a one one of my favorites. This with teeth bourgeois. Saab, Yom blocked from on rabies a Joie. From, the Lord, Valley and I love Laura Valley. Sauvignon blocks favorite one to a tasting long time ago, even be four New Zealand became a thing. And it was just bad tactic. I loved it and. Even though this isn't from the fancy places, this is not sincere. Or however you that pronounced. Fancy places I've this is just the regular. They call this their entry crude they. Family Bourgeois has been in lower valley continuously. They say sometimes it doesn't happen for ten generations, which is a long long time specializing Soviet block and feeling you're. So. They know what they're talking about and. I don't know. Says the. WHO's wild bottle? It says in the back that doesn't mean much. Though family! Was Wise probably ones made it, and so you know there's all these legally things and plus their websites as I, G P. De la. OBE. Level below the. AFC wines. The government regulated wines, but the wine label says it's table wine, which is the bottom thing? So. I hate wine labeling. It doesn't tell you anything, but this is from people who are making wine in the area, making this kind of wine for generations. I love the stuff. I went to a wine tasting and it tastes like sunshine bottles smells great to taste. And every time I tell people I love. Laura Valley Savvy unblocking Oh. Yes, I'm crazy about sincere. No No, no, it's like. The regular stuff you don't need the. Really Good I'm not complain about San Sear. But. That's all you ever hear about you know. Get the regular ten dollars stuff. It's hard to find. You can go to any grocery store and find a New Zealand, Soviet, block and probably stuff from the central coast of California, and maybe even chilly, and what have you? Try to find a valley ten dollar twelve dollar. This was ten ninety nine sale. You can't it's. Amazingly good so. Because, it's got that kind of a city. That kind of makes you take a SIP. You don't want to go, you know. vitas graphic drink. They don't think. That's a good. Thought not that thing thinking all that important when you're drinking. Whatever? Here. We go, so this is. Every day. Saab Yom Block. This is the kind of wine that people in France drink fits. If it's eleven dollars here, it might be a couple of bucks cheaper. They're. Going to blow out your budget, and this is this, is it? This is great. Taste doesn't have that the spiky thing you'd get from. New Zealand Samuela. Flay or spikes, which is actually kind of appealing Ben. Can't complain about that is that is kind of what's cool about? New Zealand soviet-bloc. This kind of got. More. Smoother all encompassing thing going on just the knows is beautiful flavors rate. It's just easy to SIP. You want to keep drinking it. Really this my favorite you know can of. This is one. The first Lower Valley Sabi on blocks written about and we've been doing. Cheap wine finder for. Eleven years. That's kind of like the point where. Going to the grocery store to buy Saab Block now. I'm going to have to go find. A good wine shopping leg fight my way through the sand sears every be jumping out at you and just trying to find a good simple everyday savvy on blind.

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"saab" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

The Lavendaire Lifestyle

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"saab" Discussed on The Lavendaire Lifestyle

"You know wanting to not really eat anything when I'd go, be social for fear of gaining weight and then one day. I went to a party and I had a small slice of ice cream cake after convincing myself that I just didn't have any, and it's like this flip switch. Or the switch flipped, and I just lost complete control and started binging on like eight like half the cake, and then I stole one of chocolate from the counter for this more than like one in the bathroom, and aided and from there, the cycle of binging, and then restriction in dieting, really consumed me for a couple of years, and gained like sixty pounds in four months, and then just wanted to hide at home and just started eating. Eating, and watching movies to myself for my heard of my reality and the embarrassment and shame that I felt it just became so huge, and obviously I felt physically horrible like I was so bloated all the time as ashamed with the weight gain. I hated. My body was just stuck in this place like Oh, I wish. I weighed what I did a year ago and was really concerned with what was going to happen to my health. Both mental health and physical health if I continued to. Be So hard on my body like because from me, a binge wasn't just eating. A chocolate bar was like six cupcakes along Saab. You know like cookies and ice cream and beg chips like it was multiple items, and just like just a complete loss of control until I was so so full that I felt so sick. And so for me, what really were the low points where a period of time where I binged in for about six months, luckily got a handle on that I, really realized how violent it was on my body, and needed to take responsibility for the binging, and so stopping that while it took some time, it really helped me to not feel so. Shameful about what I was doing and that I could, if I could stop that the naked at some point, hopefully figure out how to stop binging. And then there was one day that I will just vividly never remember which was I had finished binge, and I was laying on the couch, crying. Just thinking to myself, you know how. Like. Am I gonNA live to thirty if I keep doing this? Twenty two at the time. Just thinking I'm being so hard on my body I. Don't want to do this, but I don't know how to stop I love and hate food I love I. have this. You know love hate relationship with your diets, my body and exercise and food, and it's just consuming my whole world I'm broke. I'm unhappy. I'm alone I. DON'T WANNA see my friends I. Don't WanNa date. I don't feel worthy for any part of life and why is. Is this happening to me. You know I about an hour later. Then you know kind of after my food had settled I thought Oh, I could go for one more cookie and always through the food in the garbage, so that I wouldn't go and eat it, but that night I went into the kitchen and open up the cupboard. You know where my garbage was and I pulled it out and I dug through and I grabbed of the cookies and took a bite. And that really was the the moment like the rock bottom, or the moment where I thought Oh. My Gosh, like I just ended my garbage. Like who am I? I'm not this person. Why again is this happening?.

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Ariana Reines: A Sand Book

Bookworm

06:15 min | 2 years ago

Ariana Reines: A Sand Book

"Tell me why four hundred pages. Why is a sand book longer than any new book of poetry that I know? Well I love big books and I love books that go beyond themselves and I always want something that will stay with me and our experience now happens in so many different registers and in so many different worlds incommensurate worlds and I guess I wanted to make something that would bear witness to that. I think you want to take your reader by Connor. Scruff of the neck back of the head. The way you'd pick up a very little kitten and say have a full experience come everywhere with me. Be SHOCKED BE HORRIFIED. Be filled with joy. Go through the gamut of everything we can do together and I will risk it. I will risk if you will come with me. The chorus of this book is sobbing whenever you are truly moved. You're on the verge of psalms and you manage. She's nodding her head. I'm not making this up and you manage to make me Saab or want to solve too but I thought you might all get a kick out of hearing upon Bohemian rhapsody because there was recently a queen movie. Here's what we mean rhapsody Bohemian rhapsody. The past was a thing a sucker to melt in the mouth history. A brand hovering over the event a person the moist place into which a thing investigated dissolved into poison into food into waste. My stranger whose face all recognize long long after. I'm gone from here. This sucker is ancient still in. Its rapper dried. Diane Are Bisque Candy. A feeling like history. Oh America Oh twentieth century I can still taste you. I can still taste your waist in my own. Unspent potential I would have tweeted these things but my computer was broken so down it went out my white Penn down the vein of my right arm beneath which my innate vibrates on the seat of the train change in pockets. Cleanest of all mornings to awaken from such antiquated dreams global warming. They said but it was called climate change now morning of unutterable brilliant see light PA mated with all the false summers of all the cosmetics in all the Sephora 's but beautiful but beautiful she said and like the blonde Palestinian stripper. Whose voice with that early twenties to loudness of the wounded and assertive and tender revealed. Something of the permanence of her promise to her own disatisfaction praise praise her rage. Oh Baldwin the beauty of your characters. Commitment to loving in their own way no matter how difficult -ly their own ways unfurl no matter how loan lily they never suffer without your compassion and so the world suffers with ours. I love that ending. I mean it's killer. Baldwin makes appearances and several of these poems occurs in the interim between Whitman and Arianna rhines. Baldwin is an all prophetic figure? Opening up the impossible to speak of situation and saying but we must we must speak of it. I also love this lollipop that Stan rbis candied so old. You can just see the Diane rbis photograph of something to agree to not be beautiful and I wanted to ask. Why Bohemian Rhapsody? Well I do love that song. Wayne's world was my first tape that I ever bought and it you know really resurrected that song for my generation but One of the things that is in Baldwin's novels is also a story of Bohemia you know and And that blonde Palestinian stripper. Whose incredible who you know who? I met in a friend's basement apartment just the way that we do. I was just thinking about how we bear witness to our lives. You know and And I and the

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Interview with Oki Mek, Special Advisor, HHS

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

08:10 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Oki Mek, Special Advisor, HHS

"Hello and welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen Walsh and I'm your host Schmeltzer. Our guest today is okay. Mack who is the senior advisor to the chief information officer at the US Department of Health and Human Services? Hhs So okay thank you so much for joining us on Ai Today. Thank you for having caffeine wrong. Yeah thank you so much for joining us. You'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. And tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at HHS. I am a. I am the senior adviser to Sasebo. And I'm also the technical integration. Lead but edgy reimagined but my background is really cybersecurity but my principal around cybersecurity. That just knowing cyber alone is not enough. You really need to know and understand the business I've been with. Hr FINANCE BUDGET GRANTS ACQUISITIONS. I was leaving sponsored to help onboard new employees for personnel security and badges and laptops. So I find that to be very critical and crucial in terms of modern nine station in the government just knowing to three sixty just understanding what you know what budget stream is coming through. What is the budget calendar Audi acquisition services and products and even just getting people on board with badges an laptop? Just getting that three sixty view and been very critical in terms of you know modernizing trying to innovate in trying to change the landscape Embracing Emerging Tech and dealing with big data paradigm shifts excellent. Yeah it's definitely the government's been very interesting. Adopter not just technology in general but especially with artificial intelligence. Because you know is is a transformative technology. Just like You know many of the other big transformative waves in the Internet and mobile and big data and the cloud and now five G. and then blockchain so all of these technology transformative right. They had changed a whole lot of things or multi. System the multidisciplinary and so obviously there are many ways that we see being applied to government agencies organizations. And we've been very impressed. One of the things that been talking about here a lot today is sort of the many ways in which is being adopted. Not only an industry as a whole but especially in government very impressive actually some of these ways that hopefully it's making the government more responsive more efficient more effective more. Give it more visibility into things. So can you tell us some of the ways that? Hhs is currently adopting AI and various solutions. And maybe how those ways are unique to. Hhs or perhaps similar to what other of different governmental agencies are doing in this space so we start of area to the CIO. And I started a program like celery leveraging ai machine learning and blockchain. It was the first watching network that had been authorized to operate in the federal government but in terms of a I think we are using similar to agency mainly we use it to clean and format the data and as you know you deal with a lot of data set the day. I need data. The biggest thing is cleaning the data. Ninety five I believe ninety percent of it is cleaning the data. People WanNa do they WANNA do machine learning they WANNA do. But they don't focus on they're gonna up a root of baking because Clinton. The data is the biggest component of that process. So we use a machine learning to basically normalize the data from different data sets using supervised and unsupervised learning to normalize the data. And then we also get into linear regression as well in terms of predictive analysis. One of the main thing that we'd do accelerate is looking at prices paid and just as so large we do about twenty five billion in spending on products and services just minding data and cleaning the data at it was a big call just to look at. Why are we buying things that different prices and a good example is? I'm just throwing the example while we buy that. Dobie pro at cms for aided aqua- eighty dollars per license and buying that CDC thirty dapper night or licensed an opportunity to mind data to come to the table to be able to negotiate a different price. You can't come to table to negotiate without having that insight so data claiming and looking at data mining and looking at predictive analysis the three main usage for a for us. That's great you know Melinda. We produced a report last year. And then we did a follow up report this year Dataprep prep and data labeling and I think that a lot of people underestimate how long it's going to take to actually get their data into a usable state so it's great that you pointed that out because I think that people underestimate the time and the difficulty that sometimes it can be actually get data in a usable state. Data's the heart of AI. So you need that. For these systems to learn as a government agency adoption of new technologies such as artificial intelligence can bring its own unique set of challenges that sometimes the private sector doesn't always run into. These can be issues around privacy data usage. What can and can't be used where it can be stored so can you tell us some of the challenges you've seen with Ai. Adoption in your agency and how you're overcoming them by the biggest mistake that people do is looking at the technology before they look at the business and the mission of agency. I always say that does no such thing at it. Project and the business project with it components. You have to start with the business. And what are you trying to saw? Most of these challenges that the EPA my experience I've been in a government close to twenty years half awaiting contractor in private industry and also have in federal government. The challenge is not the technology challenges to culture is leaning chain change management and. I don't think we do not a strategic planning. Just because we have one hundred idea doesn't mean we pursued ideas. We need to look at you know strategic planning comes into play. You may have one hundred ideas but you should only pursue one idea through strategic. Planning you know. The first thing is really feasibility studies. I didn't even feasible to at any regression issue. Anani downstream impact. Accountability is big. I think in terms of trying to modernize. Can you prove a concept just because you have this idea? People might think is a crazy idea but if you do it at a tangible way that you could prove that idea is feasible and it's scalable because you wanNA start small and scale that big as well. Sustainability is huge as well just because the project is a success. Doesn't mean that sustainable as your culture your agency your privacy mature enough to take on this new shining toy you know this new technology but the important part is marketability I we. I can't overemphasize that did not marketability is people. Don't think that the government market but you have to market you ideas. You have to win. The hearts and minds of the workforce the people that They coders you have to be able to market in different ways to senior leadership to middle managers workforce. I think culture is the biggest obstacle. But I think doing a thorough strategic planning analysis and putting emphasis on marketability analysis is key and the biggest part of marketability is human design is really engaging the workforce I'll model in terms of accelerated that. We're not building the solution. We are allowing the workforce to go to solution getting them engaged yet here at thoughts and pain point incorporating agile depth. Bob You know building something. Every two weeks and bring him back to them is a Saab issue and we cycled out every two or three weeks and that really is the key of getting people to lean in and to win the heart and mind of people.

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"saab" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"saab" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Rush she is intending to call into his own program and saab told you it's a mind blower it is to fill in for rush it always is it's an incredible honor but to take a call from Limbaugh on his own program I just don't boast third I don't know how to deal with that I was saddened to psych psychiatric help to do that is a psychological thing it did take a call from Russian is on show in revolutionary times speaking the truth is an act of bravery and this morning the president spoke some truth about people coming over our southern border who we have no way of knowing what condition they are in we know that once they go across the the proper through the process of sneaking through the border they're gonna be physically dilapidated they're going to be vulnerable it is saying we need to seal this to he's also speaking truths about China ends the more I read about China in the more I study what they did to this world it is even more phenomenal to me that the media in these revolutionary times thinks that they can bully the president it's not speaking the truth about China and when I say turn I mean the Chinese government I can't imagine the Chinese people are jumping up and down for what's going on in their country what continues to go on I'd love to hear from Asian Americans who are legitimately more concerned about the president calling this the Chinese virus versus actually fighting the virus is open Friday eight hundred two eight two two eight two just a couple things I want to get into the trying to think we'll get into that real quick you just need to know a few bits of information July fifteenth is the new tax filing date thank you president trump for recognizing the last thing we need to do is sit down and gather receipts it's July fifteenth is the new tax filing day thank you to the president for that also a stark comparison former Clinton and Elizabeth Warren aides have put together five million Bucks in dark money for the purposes of criticizing the president's response to the Wuhan flu they are war rooming his response as we've seen the governor of New York the governor of California step up to praise the president for fast action even you along Omar saw an opportunity to praise the president hello mark any yet these political operatives intends to war room his response I can't think of anything more serious than attempting to bring people down at a time when even if we don't dig all the policies even as some of the details leave us wanting or nervous ending wise they're working together on behalf of the workers of America is incredible it's incredible to watch this trying to hit this stuff from us for three weeks hit it from the nation what street journal has an incredible piece about this that you you should read in full for three weeks they decided not to tell the world that they discovered a new virus and the president is taken to task by the media for calling it eight Chinese virus to be accurate it must be called this because we also have an opportunity to help with some revolutionary changes in China that okay it'll help the Chinese people which is great but it will also help the globe and ultimately it will help Americans understand what happened it was December tenth that's a woman got sick she worked near one of these wet markets were to talk about the wet markets because they're key to this she got sick she give up these terrible symptoms in in the great communist country she did want to go pay for a a chest exam but they figured out she's got something very very serious but then the governments got involved in making sure this is all hidden they decided to celebrate the Chinese lunar new year when you think about Times Square Times some larger they decided to bring together that gathering of human beings knowing that they had a new flu and perhaps a pandemic coming then they decided to do that and to hide it from the world they punish doctors for calling this out one doctor had to write a self evaluation saying that he's worked to warn people had been harmful we know about one of the other doctors who called the south who ended up getting it indicting any did local to be in a high risk group to me but this is the Chinese regime they did these things in here these things that the media is suddenly Wheatley blessing China dealt with their own challenges with this with their old people dying they could have simply sent out word we have a new pandemic with a new flu it is very is transferring very quickly is jumping human to human you need to be alerted to this but because they wanted the PR they didn't do that and now they say our military did it in in revolutionary times speaking the truth is an act of courage so the president is called racist and he refuses to hear and he refuses to give in this is courage to name the enemy the Chinese government in this case I acted at very best negligently at worst it's it's an active name I'm not saying that they did this is a bio ability clear but just compare some things about the media coverage NPR we leased a piece about the wet markets in China these things are so crazy from a perspective of hygiene the wet markets take exotic animals that do not belong together they're brought in alive they're stacked up in cages in so they are legal either to to tell me I would be too blunt but you get it they're stacked up in these cages their bodily fluids are intermingling in these what markets you can come along as a mom yeah I'd like what you cook up the ocelots in the back for me throw that in a soup and I'll eat right here to the slaughter of the animals right there animals would never belong together and the Chinese government can end anything they're completely authoritarian they can put a stop to anything and they choose to not put a stop to this I get I look to hear from Chinese Americans or Asian Americans who are more concerned about the president calling this a Chinese virus then the actual growth of this from China them hiding it from this country from this world and I'd love to hear from people who have some defense of the media they write this piece about the wet markets in NPR is one of the critics of the president's always racist someone said come flew book name the person it's so you can take the information being released July fifteenth new funding date for taxes California is in a lock down Texas is not quite in a lockdown there's discussions about a lockdown nationwide as we continue to see progress on this and some of the lockdown stuff is is we're gonna talk about a show it's disconcerting some of the details of this what is an essential job who's allowed to go to work in the state of California it's a misdemeanor if you didn't if you are refused to comply with the law in the state of California it's a misdemeanor punishable so we'll talk about that because you need to be aware of these things CNN member this CNN said about president trump he braces for a B. free menu in India as if the president didn't know that India was vegetarian so they will criticize him on that and they'll try to make that a big deal and at the same time they don't care they're not writing about the wet markets NPR is at whiting about the wet markets they wrote about that years ago CNN doesn't want to talk about how this started you're talking about every gene that allows this lack of hygiene you're talking about a regime that has in fact imprisoned Muslims in in concentration camps or or or rethinking camps thank you need to rethink your position or you can stay in here or you can die that's generally not well thought of through the media so they will take the president to task for limiting visitors from China in the re quick response to this this pandemic what effect prison it's been proven right on this they have nothing to say I see no media coverage wait what about the the the muscles that the million of them in the concentration camps are they getting the disease no all the time is spent on saying I can't believe president trump is using the phrase Chinese buyers for Chinese virus this obscures information either cures Americans ability to focus on what is getting done Steve Mnuchin says it's gonna be a thousand to two thousand dollars in the hands of most Americans I'm personally speaking I'd like to see some of the ways to do that personally speaking I'd like to see it targeted to the people who've been unemployed maybe do it through unemployment and also speed is an issue because it is the government shutting down businesses it is a government saying you can't do business which reckon pants instead of just a stimulus it's a reckon pence it's a pain back people are gonna get this but the discussion of closing down the country continues at the same time as the attitudes towards China are shifting question which country do you think has a more negative view of China United States or America I'm going to be yet state you can't which one we are taught that United States is one of the ones that are easy to fall but we're the ones with this negative view well it's getting more negative it's getting more negative a lot of countries Russia has a great big positive look at such China Libya does some other authoritarian countries there's a revolutionary moment here that is to say to China are you are you part of the world are you going to warn us are you going to get rid of these what markets or you go to continue to hide these pandemics member Spanish but we're not supposed to call the Spanish flu I learned something this morning there's a good chance that started in China it's not about the Chinese people it's about the Chinese government or the regime Starman filling for slim but we do expect to hear from the Maharashtra himself on his own program it's open line Friday eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two we'll continue on the Rush Limbaugh program taught him filling in you're listening to the EIB network your selection connection with Rush Limbaugh seven taxis in can be a pain but it is worth it when you open the.

Limbaugh saab
"saab" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"saab" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The mall all right she is intending to call into his own program and saab told you it's a mind blower it is to fill in for rush it always is it's an incredible honor but to take a call from Limbaugh on his own program I just don't boast third I don't know how to deal with that I don't some sudden dislike psychiatric help to do that is a psychological thing it did take a call from Russian is on show in revolutionary times I'm speaking the truth is an act of bravery and this morning the president spoke some truth about people coming over our southern border who we have no way of knowing what condition they are in we know that once they go across the the proper through the process of sneaking through the border they're gonna be physically dilapidated they're going to be vulnerable it is saying we need to seal this to he's also speaking truths about China ends the more I read about China in the more I study what they did to this world it is even more phenomenal to me that the media in these revolutionary times thinks that they can boldly the president enter not speaking the truth about China and what is a trend I mean the Chinese government I can't imagine the Chinese people are jumping up and down for what's going on in their country what continues to go on I'd love to hear from Asian Americans who are legitimately more concerned about the president calling this the Chinese virus verses are actually fighting the virus is open on Friday eight hundred two eight two two eight two just a couple things I want to get into the trying to think we'll get into that real quick you just need to know a few bits of information July fifteenth is the new tax filing date thank you president trump for recognizing the last thing we need to do is sit down and gather receipts of July fifteenth is the new tax filing day thank you to the president for that also a stark comparison former Clinton and Elizabeth Warren aides have put together five million Bucks in dark money for the purposes of criticizing the president's response to the Wuhan flu they are war rooming his response as we've seen the governor of New York the governor of California step up to praise the president for fast action even you along Omar I saw an opportunity to praise the president hello mark and yet these political operatives intends to war room his response I can't think of anything more serious than attempting to bring people down at a time when even if we don't dig all the policies even if some of the details leave us wanting or nervous ending wise they're working together on behalf of the workers of America it's incredible it's incredible to watch this trying to hit this stuff from us for three weeks hit it from the nation Wall Street journal has an incredible piece about this that you you should read in full for three weeks they decided not to tell the world that they discovered a new virus and the president is taken to task by the media for calling it eight Chinese virus to be accurate it must be called this because we also have an opportunity to help with some revolutionary changes in China that okay it'll help the Chinese people which is great but will also help the globe and ultimately it will help America to understand what happened it was December tenth that's a woman got sick she worked near one of these wet markets more to talk about the wet markets because they're key to this she got sick she give up these terrible symptoms in in the great communist country she did want to go pay for a a chest exam but they figured out she's got something very very serious but then the governments got involved in making sure this is all hidden they decided to celebrate the Chinese lunar new year I mean you think about Times Square Times some larger they decided to bring together that gathering of human beings knowing that they had a new flu and perhaps a pandemic coming then they decided to do that and to hide it from the world they punish doctors for calling this out one doctor had to write a self evaluation saying that he's worked to warn people had been harmful we know about one of the other doctors who called the south who ended up getting it indicting any did local to be in a high risk group to me but this is the Chinese regime they did these things and hit these things that the media is suddenly completely blessing you're trying to deal with their own challenges with this with their own people dying they could have simply sent out word we have a new pandemic with a new flu it is very is transferring very quickly is jumping human to human you need to be alerted to this but because they wanted the PR they didn't do that and now they say our military did it in a revolutionary times speaking the truth is an act of courage so the president is called racist and he refuses to hear your review and he refuses to give in this is courage to name the enemy the Chinese government in this case I acted at very best negligently at worst it's it's an active name I'm not saying that they did this is a bio weapon will be clear but just compare some things about the media coverage NPR we leased a piece about the wet markets in China these things are so crazy from a perspective of hygiene the wet markets take exotic animals that do not belong together they're brought in alive they're stacked up in cages in so they are legal either to to tell me I would be too blunt but you get it they're stacked up in these cages their bodily fluids are intermingling in these what markets you can come along and say yeah I like what did you cook up the ocelots in the back for me throw that in a soup and I'll eat right here to the slaughter of the animals right there animals would never belong together and the Chinese government can end anything they're completely authoritarian they can put a stop to anything and they choose to not put a stop to this I get I look to hear from Chinese Americans or Asian Americans who are more concerned about the president calling this eight Chinese virus then the actual growth of this from China them hiding it from this country from this world and I'd love to hear from people who have some defense of the media they write this piece about the wet markets in NPR is one of the critics of the president's always racist someone said Kong flu what name the person so you can take the information being released July fifteenth new funding date for taxes California is in a lock down Texas is not quite in a lockdown there's discussions about a lockdown nationwide as we continue to see progress on this and some of the lockdown stuff is is we're gonna talk about a show it's disconcerting some of the details of this what is an essential job who's allowed to go to work in the state of California it's a misdemeanor if you didn't if you are refused to comply with the law in the state of California it's a misdemeanor punishable so we'll talk about that because you need to be aware of these things CNN member this CNN said about president trump he braces for a B. free menu in India as if the president didn't know that India was vegetarian so they will criticize him on that and they'll try to make that a big deal and at the same time they don't care they're not writing about the wet markets NPR is at whiting about the wet markets they wrote about that years ago CNN doesn't want to talk about how this started you're talking about every gene that allows this lack of hygiene you're talking about a regime that has in fact imprisoned Muslims in in concentration camps or or or rethinking camps thank you need to rethink your position or you can stay in here or you can die that's generally not well thought of through the media so they will take the president to task for limiting visitors from China in the re quick response to this this pandemic what effect the prison it's been proven right on this they have nothing to say I see no media coverage wait what about the the the muscles that the million of them in the concentration camps are they getting the disease the all the time is spent on saying I can't believe president trump is using the phrase Chinese buyers for Chinese virus this obscures information you just cures Americans ability to focus on what is getting done Steve Mnuchin says it's going to be a thousand to two thousand dollars in the hands of most Americans I've personally speaking I'd like to see some other ways to do that personally speaking I'd like to see it targeted to the people who've been unemployed maybe do it through unemployment and also speed is an issue because it is the government shutting down businesses it is a government saying you can't do business which reckon pants instead of just a stimulus it's a reckon pence it's a pain back people are gonna get this but the discussion of closing down the country continues at the same time as the attitudes towards China are shifting question which country do you think has a more negative view of China United States or America are going to be nice state you can't which one scanner we are taught that United States is were the ones that are easy to fall but we're the ones with this negative view well it's getting more negative it's getting more negative a lot of countries Russia has a great big positive look at such China Libya does some other authoritarian countries there's a revolutionary moment here that is to say to China are you a are you part of the world are you going to warn us are you going to get rid of these what markets or you go to continue to hide these pandemics member Spanish but we're not supposed to call the Spanish flu I learned something this morning there's a good chance that started in China it's not about the Chinese people it's about the Chinese government or the regime Starman filling for rush Limbaugh we do expect to hear from the Maharashtra himself on his own program it's open line Friday eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two we'll continue on the Rush Limbaugh program taught him filling in you're listening to the EIB network.

Limbaugh saab
"saab" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"saab" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Rush she is intending to call into his own program and saab told you it's a mind blower it is to fill in for rush it always is it's an incredible honor but to take a call from rush Limbaugh on his own program I just don't boast third I don't know how to deal with that I was saddened to psych psychiatric help to do that it's a psychological thing it did take a call from Russian is on show in revolutionary times speaking the truth is an act of bravery and this morning the president spoke some truth about people coming over our southern border who we have no way of knowing what condition they are in we know that once they go across the the proper through the process of sneaking through the border they're gonna be physically dilapidated they're going to be vulnerable residents saying we need to seal this joke he's also speaking truths about China and the more I read about China in the more I study what they did to this world it is even more phenomenal to me that the media in this revolutionary times thinks that they can bully the president into not speaking the truth about China and when I say trying to I mean the Chinese government I can't imagine the Chinese people are jumping up and down for what's going on in their country what continues to go on and I'd love to hear from Asian Americans who are legitimately more concerned about the president calling this the Chinese virus versus actually fighting the virus is open Friday eight hundred two eight two two eight two just a couple things I want to get into the try to think we'll get into that real quick you just need to know a few bits of information July fifteenth is the new tax filing date thank you president trump for recognizing the last thing we need to do is sit down and gather receipts it's July fifteenth is the new tax filing day thank you to the president for that also a stark comparison former Clinton and Elizabeth Warren aides have put together five million Bucks in dark money for the purposes of criticizing the president's response to the Wuhan flu they are war rooming his response as we've seen the governor of New York the governor of California step up to praise the president for fast action even you on Omar saw an opportunity to praise the president no no more any of these political operatives intends to war room his response I can't think of anything more serious than attempting to bring people down at a time when even if we don't dig all the policies even some of the details leave us wanting or nervous ending wise they're working together on behalf of the workers of America it's incredible it's incredible to watch this Chinese this stuff from us for three weeks hit it from the nation what street journal has an incredible piece about this that you you should read in full for three weeks they decided not to tell the world that they discovered a new virus and the president is taken to task by the media for calling it eight Chinese virus to be accurate it must be called this because we also have an opportunity to help with some revolutionary changes in China that okay it'll help the Chinese people which is great but will also help the globe in alternately it will help America to understand what happened it was December tenth that's a woman got sick she worked near one of these what markets were to talk about the wet markets because they're key to this she got sick she give up these terrible symptoms in in the great communist country she did want to go pay for a a chest exam but they figured out she's got something very very serious but then the governments got involved in making sure this is all hidden they decided to celebrate the Chinese lunar new year when you think about Times Square Times some larger they decided to bring together that gathering all human beings knowing that they had a new flu and perhaps a pandemic coming when they decided to do that and to hide it from the world they punish doctors for calling this out one doctor had to write a self evaluation saying that he's worked to warn people had been harmful we know about one of the other doctors who called the south who ended up getting it indicting any did local to be in a high risk group to me but this is the Chinese regime they did these things in here these things that the media is suddenly weekly blessing you're trying to deal with their own challenges with this with their own people dying they could have simply sent out word we have a new pandemic with a new flu it is very this transferring very quickly is jumping human to human you need to be alerted to this but because they wanted the PR they didn't do that and now they say our military did it in a revolutionary times speaking the truth is an act of courage so the president is called racist if you ever use a cigarette and he refuses to give in this is courage to name the enemy the Chinese government in this case I acted at at very best negligently at worst it's it's an active name I'm not saying that they did this is a bio ability clear but just compare some things about the media coverage NPR we leased a piece about the wet markets in China these things are so crazy from a perspective of hygiene the wet markets take exotic animals that do not belong together they're brought in alive they're stacked up in cages in so they are legal either to to tell me I would be too blunt but you get it they're stacked up in these cages their bodily fluids are intermingling in these what markets you can come along as a mom yeah I like water to cook up the ocelots in the back for me throw that in a soup and I'll eat right here to the slaughter of the animals right there animals would never belong together and the Chinese government can end anything they're completely authoritarian they can put a stop to anything and they choose to not put a stop to this again I'd love to hear from Chinese Americans or Asian Americans who are more concerned about the president calling this the Chinese virus then the actual growth of this from China them hiding it from this country from this world and I'd love to hear from people who have some defense of the media they write this piece about the wet markets in NPR is one of the critics of the president's always racist someone said Kong flu book name the person so you can take the information being released July fifteenth new funding date for taxes California is in a lock down Texas is not quite in a lockdown there's discussions about a lockdown nationwide as we continue to see progress on this and some of the lockdown stuff is is we're gonna talk about a show it's disconcerting some of the details of this what is an essential job who's allowed to go to work in the state of California it's a misdemeanor if you didn't if you are refused to comply with the law in the state of California it's a misdemeanor punishable so we'll talk about that because you need to be aware of these things C. N. N. river this CNN said about president trump he braces for a B. free menu in India as if the president didn't know that India was vegetarian so they will criticize him on that and they'll try to make that a big deal and at the same time they don't care they're not writing about the wet markets NPR is at whiting about the wet markets they wrote about that years ago CNN doesn't want to talk about how this started you're talking about every gene that allows this lack of hygiene you're talking about a regime that has in fact imprisoned Muslims in in concentration camps or or or rethinking camps thank you need to rethink your position or you can stay in here or you can die that's generally not well thought of through the media so they will take the president to task for limiting visitors from China in the re quick response to this this pandemic what effect prison it's been proven right on this they have nothing to say I see no media coverage wait what about the the the muscles that the million of them in the concentration camps are they getting the disease no all the time is spent on saying I can't believe president trump is using the phrase Chinese buyers for Chinese virus this obscures information even secures America's ability to focus on what is getting done Steve Mnuchin says it's going to be a thousand to two thousand dollars in the hands of most Americans are personally speaking I'd like to see some other ways to do that personally speaking I'd like to see it targeted to the people who've been unemployed maybe do it through unemployment and also speed is an issue because it is the government shutting down businesses it is a government saying you can't do business which reckon pants instead of just the stimulus it's a reckon pence it's been paying back people are gonna get this but the discussion of closing down the country continues at the same time as the attitudes towards China are shifting question which country do you think has a more negative view of China United States or America I'm going to be nasty to Canada which one we are taught that United States is one of the ones that are easy to fall but we're the ones with this negative view well it's getting more negative it's getting more negative a lot of countries Russia has a great big positive look at such China Libya does some other authoritarian countries there's a revolutionary moment here that is to say to China are you are you part of the world are you going to warn us are you going to get rid of these what markets or you go to continue to hide these pandemics member Spanish but we're not supposed to call the Spanish flu I learned something this morning there's a good chance that started in China it's not about the Chinese people it's about the Chinese government or the regime Starman filling for rush Limbaugh we do expect to hear from the Maharashtra himself on his own program it's open line Friday eight hundred two eight two two eight two we'll continue on the Rush Limbaugh program taught him filling in you're listening to the EIB network you're listening to Rush Limbaugh on talk radio five sixty taxis in can be a pain but it is worth it when you open the mailbox and get.

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20 Minutes With Brian Keane

20 Minute Fitness

07:12 min | 2 years ago

20 Minutes With Brian Keane

"So high Brian. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much for taking the time to speak to me today. How you doing? I'm doing amazing. Thank you so much for having. I'm really looking forward to this conversation. No aures thank you again brought. If you could start off just giving us an introduction to yourself yeah so my name is Brian ranking ranking fitness online. And I'm a former primary. School teacher turned fitness entrepreneur effectively. So to cut a long story short. I was a primary school teacher in London for four years and for two of those years I worked as a personal trainer nighttime walking in a gym with people looking to lose weight get fit or get stronger etc and then it's thousand fourteen. I moved back home him to the west of Ireland where I currently live and set up a one to one personal training business and then over the space of eighteen months two years of living full time at home in order to kind of match the supply and demand because of the amount of people that were coming to me for personal training. I moved my business online and over the last name. Since two thousand fifteen I've been primarily online with the exception of a couple of books books that I rise in the appearances that ideal person in terms of speaking everything else in the fitness ramble. My business is on line. Two programs one a sport specific the other is pure fitness Pacific. Civic and now I just spend my days talking to people like you and working with my online client doing some talks around the world that to kind of communicate with some awesome people. Yeah I've got a pretty awesome lifestyle per minute so long. No definitely greats ahead obviously as well with your podcast. That's another great resource for anyone that wants to find out more about what Bryant Definitely Chatham. We'll talk more about that throughout the podcast. First thing on the touchdown Brian McKnight's obviously you saw your other fitness industry as you said is a PT and did some fitness modeling now use of transitions since doing ultra endurance events. As well what's changed in your own way. You approach your fitness to not to want to make a massive lead so one of the things that I generally always advise people with fitness whether your couch to five K.. An absolute beginner. You've never step foot in the gym or ever done a workout or somebody. That's a near professional athlete or professional professional athletes and their life. If is training you always need to have a goal that you're setting in working towards and I'm the exact same with fitness and in two thousand and end fourteen. I started competing in fitness modeling. Embody I believe so stepping onstage and the end of two thousand fourteen I won a pro card fitness. Molly was basically just means that you can compete for more money and in two thousand and fifteen. I was preparing for the World Championships in Las Vegas and a few months prior to that my daughter was born and I remember having this moment where I was getting ready for a show. I couldn't form sentences in my head. Hey I'm so pleased and just hired all the time I remember thinking I'm going to be terrible dad if I keep doing this man. I made that decision there and then that I would do that show in Las Vegas and I did quite well that I came to the world's in Las Vegas and I decided I was stepping away. I needed to set a new fitness goal. This wasn't going to be my life anymore. It was too all consuming for me and and to be honest Charlie for the next eighteen months. I didn't really do anything in the fitness realm. I kind of trained a few days on and off. I always did something in the gym. High intensity interval training bodyweight workout aesthetics. You don't just Kinda messing around with it. But I didn't really have any serious fitness goals. Now I wrote my first book my first book. The fitness mindset which did really well that was sixteen weeks of the bestseller list on Amazon is an eighth consecutive weeks and wrote that in released in two thousand seventeen and after that point when I came off the back of the success of that book I was starting to get that little bit of a hollow auto feeling again Ronn like mine. I haven't set a goal for myself in ages. I haven't had any fitness school. Because I've been so focused on my business so focused on my family so focused on the book at the time and then I was at this event in Tony Robbins business mastery in Amsterdam and I met a friend who I've met a guy who sits become a close and personal friend totten's name and he ran what he told me about was ultra marathons and I had been from a world of played sports all my life football rugby soccer and I'd never heard of an ultra marathon marathons I like really ignorant the ass of the what an ultra marathon committee and he was like an over her marathon distance and he told me about this race in the Sahara called Maratha Saab which is marathon in the sand. It's six back to back marathons self sufficient through the Sahara desert in the north of Morocco and itself supported to carry all your food on your back to give you water checkpoints but evidence self sufficient. We need to have a venom pump within arms reach at all times so that your in case you get bitten by a snake armor. I'm telling you about this event. He did and I was like that sounds insane and planted the seat and I was like a couple of months later signed up for his having never random marathon having never ran and running when it's unfamiliar with the way I look. I'm fair from built like an marathon runner like I'm short and stock Yemeni harsh really built for Durance and I signed up in August two thousand seventeen and then decided that look. I need to start training for the marathon to solve in April of Twenty eight eighteen so I signed up to my first ever marathon there Dubai marathon in January two thousand eighteen Iran with a backpack in thirty five degrees and Dubai. By and from there on I just kept training in April around those six back to back marathons through the Sahara Avenue kind of got hooked and ultra endurance in February of this year around June thirty kilometers through the Arctic circle which was gold old. And now a minute. I'm currently trading for one hundred mile to marathon in Nevada in February. And so that's kind of a long story you've got a medium not long story. Short story brought to a kind of a medium to where I am. Now in the transition from bodybuilding fitness model into running ultra endurance events. Going to challenge my body in a different way then to be honest charity it. It all comes down just needed a goal to work towards because I train hired otherwise 'em and I recommend that to everybody. Listen it's relative like you don't have to run to the The Arctic for some people. It's just going to the gym twice going for a walk around the block after work. When you know you'll be tired or decided body weight program Monday Wednesday and Friday for the next three months? You know it's completely relative. What for me working towards a goal and not wanting Halloween into combat because? I'm not working any specific fitness goal. modest the distance is your Rhode Island oversee pre yourself in his positions blanket. Imagine it was just incredible when you actually accomplish them. Oh it's different. Especially to be honest. There was a huge difference between the first two between Maryland Assab because when Iran six back to back marathons in the Sahara. I'd never done anything like that before I ever marathon which was on the road in a few months earlier and I wasn't sure sure Charlie until I got to the finish line of the six back to back marathons if I was going to be able to finish like there's so many things that could have gone wrong. I was like I just didn't know the article slightly different. I knew I was going to finish that race. And it's probably a different story for different day but I tore my kidneys. Eighty six kilometers from the end of that race and the High A.. Different completely different relationship with pain. In 'cause I powered through for the eighty kilometers off three months after put I powered through honors. And what you get out of these events for me anyway like you just get this massive of net benefit your confidence grows. You feel like you can attack any obstacle comes your way you get really good at separating like real problems from perceived problems so like even in my everyday life in my business with my daughter with my family like I get very good between separating right. This isn't a rea- problem. This is an inconvenience. This can be fixed verses this is this is a real problem I e. There's something wrong with my daughter. There's something wrong with my mom. There's something wrong with the family. Member and ultra endurance gives me that. Because you're just doing that. On a micro basis. Yeah as I said you don't have to to do ultramarathons crazy events to get that people get it from different areas. But it's definitely something I've got. I've got a massive net benefit as a result of

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"saab" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"saab" Discussed on KTOK

"Thank you. agency cruiser responded to more than seventeen hundred calls for help the fast rising waters leaving at least two men dead one trying to save a horse the other trapped in a flooded van waters are starting to recede but some people may still be trapped in cars and homes we've also set off the road if you're uncomfortable at work or or somewhere else where you were stuck you'll be a lot more in control side of the road it's very dangerous and I think it started to be harder for folks to get to you judge Lee not hell Dogo in Houston and the storms also flooding parts of southwest Louisiana the Pentagon's reportedly such a brief president trump today on options for retaliating attacks on Saudi Arabia's all facilities the AP reports those options include military action against Iran which the US blames for the attacks well the White House repairs to weigh those options federal prosecutors arrest a New Jersey man for allegedly plotting a terror attack on US soil forty two year old Alexi saab is a naturalized American citizen but authorities say his true allegiance is to Hezbollah they say he's been scouting in surveying thousands of locations in New York and DC like the U. S. capitol building Times Square even major bridges and tunnels in particular psalm focused on this structural weaknesses of locations he surveilled in order to determine how a feature attack could cause the most destruction fox's eyes your house nisab is originally from Lebanon and stocks failed to sustain a rally yesterday but the major indexes closed within reach of their record highs the.

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"saab" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"saab" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Prosecutors say saab is suspected of being an agent for the terror group Hezbollah which is backed by Iran and that he scouted dozens of prominent locations in Washington and New York. America's listening the fox news. very pleasant weather pattern continues for now it is going to be warming up as we get to the weekend might be approaching ninety again by Monday in the meantime crisp and cool tonight clear a low fifty two sunshine a beautiful Friday high in the upper seventies I'm meteorologist marks a bit from the weather channel on one oh six one of him talk. next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one F. M. talk dot com to connect when you make your money game is strong. twenty one years old. he is here to get it dialed in Korea have an emergency fund of three to six months or expenses Dave Ramsey today at six on one oh six one F. M. talk stay connected called pep talk. being cry or call it motivational inspiration welcome to the club of conservatism Rush Limbaugh whatever works man today at noon on one oh six one FM and I heart radio station. the Warner theater has your classic rock fix this fall with the legendary oreo Speedwagon on September twenty four. don't miss a night with Janis Joplin on September twenty fifth Tony nominated Mary Bridget Davies lending her greedy powerful tight blues anthems in Joplin New York times raids that rocks the house is.

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"saab" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:08 min | 3 years ago

"saab" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I guess it's time to move on have I made my point another liberal goes after liberals I wanna make sure every portions of the saab bed peace especially after we played the piers Morgan audio which you may play again tonight because of people missed it it's really really good and and he goes after you know just what's going on in Pierce Morgan is a liberal without question was on CNN for but for years and he just said you know it liberals and I think he used the F. word fascist that is where they are going and so we'll get into some of that coming up here just a little bit the White House now will not cut of foreign aid it's interesting because the there's a story we'll see if the president calls and fake news in the The Washington Post that there earlier this month that its economic experts actually went to the president said you know Ben said it looks like we could have a downturn in the economy so if you wondering why they have been the same one thing saying none of the economy's find the economy is fine and then as they did in the beginning of this week talk about things that you would only do if you were in a man had been major concerns about a recession they claim they they have the story we'll see if the president comes out and calls and fake news but that more coming up I loved the weirdest story and we've got to address this the weirdest story is did you did you see about the CEO of overstock dot com the former CEO now it was on fox news like a yesterday and it's just I let me just rub read parts of the story overstock founder and CEO Patrick Byrne who resigned yesterday amid ties to a government probe relating to the twenty sixteen election claimed he received fishy orders from former FBI official Peter Strock burns said Thursday on the story that he helped the federal government with investigations twice in the past several years after burns last contact with the government he said F. B. I. agents reached out to him in twenty sixteen I was given some fishy orders and I carried them out in twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen thinking I was conducting all law enforcement he claimed that people who we characterized as quote the man in black end of quote came to him and ask him for his for this third favor he clarified to host Martha McCallum that FBI rank and file were barely involved in what he alleged transpired it's all the top people I don't know who sent the orders but I did them last summer watching television and some congressional hearings I figured out where the orders came from they came from a guy named Peter Strock burn also named other individuals McCallum reminding him those officials or former officials also work with the FBI strike was removed from the special counsel Robert Muller rush investigation over anti trump text messages he traded with MPI lawyer Lisa page he was fired from the FBI in August of twenty eighteen Callum as burn what should rock reportedly asked him to do burn did not describe specific actions he was allegedly told to take but characterize them as political espionage that's the point that I got to I said okay if you go on a network and you've got the information you make it you that whatever information you give there is what makes your credible or not because when I got to that point of the interview I thought to myself I went this what was what was the movie about the mathematician was it the perfect mind now all I can say that the you I think you know the movie that I'm talking about figure out what the net it's not the perfect mind that's what I was thinking about if you if you know that movie but I'm talking about you you know here and see where he mind a beautiful mind yes yes I'm here for my thank you so much thank you a beautiful mind were again he's in his own mind has the you know delusions that he is working for the CIA again I don't know but when you decide to go on the network when you were design and then you side okay it's time for me to come forward and tell the American people what's going on you need to have the specifics in my opinion otherwise you're not credible as of yet it could be credible I she actually asked former acting as Attorney General Matthew well would occur to respond he's describing it like he was being used as a source and being inserted into a situation by the feds and there are protocols for handling sources would occur sad all of this can be verified that's the key this whole situation has to be cool our verified and the nice thing about John Durham is he has the full picture of everything that was feeding into this investigation when asked by McCallum other burn occurred credible the former I with federal prosecutors said he was I'm sure it's hard for me to say because that's the other thing too burns said all the reported information that he gleaned from his experience ultimately landed in the hands of Connecticut U. S. attorney John Durham who has been conducting an investigation into the origins of the Russia probe at B. has to Attorney General William Barr so it was a it was a bizarre interview and I don't know whether boxes getting burned on this I don't know if everybody's getting burned on this or not it was just the fact that what I would expect in something like this was more specific details Lee played couple of audio cuts from the interview here is the former CEO of overstock dot com last summer watching television watching Congress ripped apart some people I need to put some details together to figure out who sent me the request the man's name was Peter Strock Warren Buffett told me I have to come forward he said you let the feds do their work you have to come forward with what you know to the American people so I'm calling for here's more July first or so they came back to me and said for what a mistake we made Russia you're right there's this Russia Russia Russia this gal Maria all my gosh highest national priority and they said and the very honorable men and women the men in black they said we want to be clear this never happens the United States we are the good guys all we're not we don't work like the bad guys but we need to ask you to re kindle romantic relationship of Maria Bertino for I need more information and formed buffet told you to come forward we'll find out with the war but they did or not I don't know did as anybody contact the warm buffet on this I haven't seen that story as of yet but just was bizarre could be true not be true I know of no idea but I'm not I'm not satisfied into you when he said look I was told to come forward and tell what I know we didn't tell what you know he teased but you can tell us what you know you you didn't satisfy my curiosity as to what the weather what you're saying is legit or not be interesting to find out that was true though what you know what his role was but it for and that's what came to my mind was the movie a beautiful mind aren't we got a great show ahead plus your calls and comments to our phones are working if you're listening last night the right till the end of the show we had no faults the whole time so we actually transcribed it was great that thank you guys over there for doing it Brandon Allen doing a great job and and Allen actually transcribing phone calls because there's too much electronical interference we could take the calls and so I was actually reading them on the air was really a lot of fun it was the first time I've ever done that in my talk radio career and I got a kick out of it all right so if you wanna get aboard would love to talk to you eight six six ninety right I but.

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"saab" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"saab" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Weather and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK as it stands president Donald Trump will not be eligible to be on the California primary ballot a new California law says a presidential or gubernatorial candidate must release their last fight tax returns in order to have their name on the golden state's ballot governor Gavin Newsom argues that has been the norm since Richard Nixon for presidents to release their tax returns in laws have been implemented over time to ensure the storms remain you've seen over the course of years and years these norms being challenged and laws being passed to address those norms to codify best practice new some alluded to lawmakers creating term limits after FDR in nepotism laws put in place after JFK one in three American college students struggle with food and security according to a government study governor Newsome signed a bill today to address this issue in California it will streamline the application process to enroll more than fifty thousand California college students in food assistance by twenty twenty one the bill will create a standard to ensure students aren't deemed ineligible for cal fresh largely through work study program the author of the bill senator bill died worry some students are missing out on these benefits because of unclear eligibility standards it's all part of the benefits that they deserved and let's look let's give the benefits together to oppose taste cal fire forty six acre fire near Eldorado their last update came at six PM calling for additional air tanker no evacuations reported and it is said just to be affecting vegetation I'm sacri Barnes news ninety three point one K. F. U. K. was a good evening jeers saab ninety five accounting role model to we get a car in the center divide heads up the brake.

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"saab" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"saab" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tripod marks where there was some type of projections that may have held the object up at certain angles one case we're not object had been seen by many many people over a large area came down into a wooded area several days later several hunters found with the public landed in a gully and it was a very unusual even be able to come across with the thing was that it found a very good place were probably would never been saying what know what about a traffic control as you say that a with the some things to our yeah there've been many findings of course not only here Pennsylvania but throughout the world of you oppose being reported by carbon observers saab pilots air traffic controllers cases where the objects have been observed by visually intractable it or at the same time and the fighting is go on continually even of a public hearing very little about it we receive allegedly hundreds of sightings here in Pennsylvania each year which we look into and of course when we investigate these cases we find that a high percentage of these reports can be naturally explained yes each year there remain a number of cases that do indeed remain baffling and we feel they deserve a very serious study in your opinion stand garden what about wanted to the most outstanding things that you've heard well probably the most interesting case I've ever been involved in which has been a classical been written up throughout the world was an incident I was involved in back in nineteen seventy three.

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"saab" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"saab" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Saab's and shouts of you're going to kill more children. This is America and we will never comply there. So crazy. I do. Kill their kids Lille. They shouldn't even children, if they have that kind of genetics that is that is a whack job there. You all of this just based on stuff. They see on the internet or what their friends, tell them. Well, part of it is a preconceived susceptibility to hysteria. And if it wasn't this issued there'd be something else that they'd be crazy about, but this one hits home. It's you have this fragile victim, the baby. And you have this tremendous fear of autism. People are terrified autism. They really are. I saw one of those flipped. I heard one of those flipped statistics morning, apparently vaccines are much more braced in third world. Poor countries than they are in richer countries. Yeah. They are because you would think that the third world countries would be a lot of ignorance, and they'd be like you're not gonna put that in my body. But no. Actually, you know why they've seen it works. Yeah. They because they have a collective memory. Of the disease that, killed that has killed a lot of people sure. And when they when they when they're giving a miracle cure in America used to be like this in the nineteen sixties, because there were people dying of people dying of all kinds of terrible. Diseases polio. Polio's really scared parents back in the fifties because people would sleep with their windows closed, even in the summertime there was no air conditioning because there was a fear that the polio virus would drift in the air and land on their children while they're sleeping, and then the crippled for life. And, or they end up in an iron one because they lose the ability of their breathing muscles. It was just unbelievable terror. And you you got probably near a hundred percent compliance with vaccines, back in those days, when we come back, the gas tax is going up, again, on July first, I think it's five point six cents per gallon times, just ran a story today like a front page story about how apparently it's not enough, not the gas tax at you paid that we tried to repeal with proposition. Six they need a hell of a lot more money. They say keep the roads in shape. Get the roads shape coming up John and.

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"saab" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"saab" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"I wish I knew how to quit you. Oh. No Brokeback back. Right. I'm a new how to quit you. Yeah. Florals for spraying groundbreaking devils product. No. That's this game. Then number one, I have never seen this movie. This quote, I drink your milkshake. I drink lace. Drink your milkshake. It's from there will be blood. That's the number one of his late. Yeah. I've ever seen. Oh, no. I've never even seen that movie. A lot of movies I've never seen that everyone else's, same. I know. But I don't know. I don't I don't really go to the movies. I'm more like a documentary book kind of guy, why so serious. Oh, yeah. Dark knight. Yeah. If you're a bird bird. The notebook. Book just. I'd cry. I don't I'm not really a crier, but I feel bad. I don't need somebody voca motion from me. I don't I don't need to sit there and Saab a great movie. It is a really good movie about anchorman. You will love it's hilarious. I heard mixed reviews. I've heard people say, like they think it's hysterical ever people be like you have to enjoy, we'll feral and comedy. Steve coils in. He's hilarious. They're all see welfare, for me, either like this goodwill, feral. He makes me laugh so hard like in, what does that brothers stepbrothers in wedding crashers, Abby? Yeah. Talladega nights. I'm yeah I'd, I'd. But then I've seen other stuff with him where I'm like this is not funny. This you'll like anchorman, because it's about like, you know, news anchors in you love news anchors. And it's about the, like the business. So they talk about ratings. News anchors. Let's, let's be really. So hot. A lot of the news anchors, I made out with good things happen to their careers after they do. They also. And they also find love after they find not only do their careers. Between you and less our whole.

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"saab" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"saab" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"That man existed. And I would find him. I did find him. And also learned a great deal about the journey. My parents took on their path to making a family to making me. We're living in an extraordinary moment in time one in which the potent combination of easy and popular DNA testing and the power of the internet have made many kinds of family secrets no longer possible. Every day people are making discoveries. You're finding out that they were adopted or donor conceived or have siblings. They hadn't known about discovering that their ethnicity is other than what they've always known and often the keepers of those secrets are still alive. The ones who thought their secrets were safe. These kinds of secrets have been around since the dawn of humanity. But now that era is over. In the not too distant future. The very idea that families kept these kinds of secrets out of self protectiveness or shame or in the name of love. Will be considered ludicrous and just plain wrong. But here we are with secrets tumbling out at a staggering. I know this because as I crisscrossed the country on a book tour for my memoir inheritance based on my own family secret. I've heard from so many of you and the secret to carry sometimes the tap on the shoulder and a whisper sometimes Saab, but what I see over and over again is a sense of relief. A sense that we don't have to carry the burden of a secret alone that we can all shine a bright light into the hidden corners of the unspoken and come out stronger for it and the family secrets podcast. You're listening to right now is the first step to shining that light. Next..

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"saab" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"saab" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Like that whole scene drags on a lot longer. There's a lot more build up to that. But it just keeps going one. Oh my God. It just drags on dread. Just fucking builds. And it's that scene was just like man, this movie movies going to this place that I wasn't ready to go to because I'm thinking, okay. This fantasy there's some war things. But torture was out of my realm of possibility in this movie. And it just introduced it like it was the normal thing that was going to happen next. Like, the next logical step, and I wasn't ready for it. Sure. I mean this seen actually a lot of parts of this movie reminds me of early Tarantino where he was all about the tension. Like, he didn't have a lot of money. So it was getting my actress talk play certain objects within the scene to make the performance better. And I think that's what works about this. We already know how cruelly, but the fact that they say this continues on for so long much longer than what you showcase and dialogue between the two great actors, and it's very intimate. And again, I think that's what makes us movie work in I much better than some of his other films, margarine scale and stuff like that. The intimacy, and we're just going to focus on the dialogue and the intensity of what's going on. Yeah. And so when you have like scenes like that or you're like fuck. Yeah. All hope is lost. He'll reveal the bellator he did talk. But like this guy is not going to get out alive. Whether it's not as death or whatever avenue like this guy's going out. And you might have liked him because they were making fun of hanging out at the barracks. Whatever have you charming, you feel bad for them? You feel bad for this guy and also sucks is that you go back to a failure. And she's reporting back to the fawn like, okay. I got the dagger. I lost to your fairies though. And honest pissed an accident. What do you mean or mistake? Whatever have you. What do you mean? Come my friend. All these are my little book buddies, just come out of my little bookcase. Yeah. And thing. Literally. But here's the thing. It makes you sad that not only that kind of cruelty is going, but that that is her stepfather now one to that when you have your fantasy element then turning on you, which has been her only escape through any of this. When the fawn finds out that she messed up, and what he ends up saying in in return to her in regards to her messing up like you start being like men. This is not fun to watch any more. See how this ends. No. Yup. Plot. Who? Saab that X scored eight mardi daddy all. All this. April..

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