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"sakib" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"That's my jam. Dude i will never get tired of this flavor of psych rock ever. Yeah i knew love did i just knew it so this is like the perfect like you said psych rock right but shoe gaze at all the all the right ways to. It's like a perfect blend of shoe gays and psychedelic at that wall. Sound wall sound. I love the like the contrast of the vocals soft breathy classic cashew gays vocals plus that wall of sound and the psychedelic flair. That the attitude like it's a great great like balance. You know what i mean. Yeah and that drumbeat. That drumbeat is as a perfect like right. That psych rock pocket. I don't know i like. There's there's a certain kinda beat that goes along with his style of music that i i'm a huge fan of it. It's usually pretty simple and always just keeps driving forward and the song Yeah didn't i love it. Love it yes. So that whole record against called poly som- it is in that that same beppe that pocket. Right it's kind of like team and brand of of psychedelic like here and there. You know and then travis. I'm so glad you sat brother. Oh man what a perfect transition. I knew you had team in paula list. So i figured you would. You would play him all ya after this track as good a good flow. So yeah how can we talk about. Twenty twenty and new records without talking about team impalas very highly anticipated record. Sakib tell us what you got here. Yeah so it was early twenty twenty. I was still working in the office early. How still going into going into work everyday. I remember my my buddy or my coworkers. Who's also tame impala fan. We kinda geeked out about it. You see if i can pull up the date your yeah. This was very beginning of the year. Dude you're gonna make me get get depressed here because we had team impala tickets man. I know dude god. I'm sorry sorry so my internet. Swear cool man. I would be better off using my phone area. Yes oh so. We're talking about the slow rush and this was tame impala Latest album came out and february of this year. I listen to it as soon as it came out and so it's no secret that we were huge. Kevin parker fans. I'm glad that you said his name. Because you have to like you have to tame. Impala is kevin parker right. So it's like it's good to remind people like this is. This is kevin parker. Really you know. This is all kevin parker. If you see tame impala live. It's kevin parker with all of his friends. All of his friends from his friends are tagging along to pull off a live. Show yeah I tried really hard to leave off the obvious choices on my favorites list. You know tame impala being an obvious favorite same with the strokes left off fleet foxes but this song made it on the list because so this is the first track on the slow rush. And when i heard it dude i just i got so excited. It just made it obvious like all right. This is going to be another amazing tame. Impala record and kevin is continuing to evolve with the sound. And i'm so excited to hear the rest of the album and this to the song is easily the might be one of my favorites like in the top five favorite songs of the year. It's just something about the song. Yeah i mean you know with him. Apollo you know that you're going to be taken on a journey right so this is like yeah the first track so this is the cow. He chose to start this records journey off for the listener. Yeah and like you said. It's tame impala so like when you as all of us did who have been sort of anxiously awaiting the next impala record to drop like the The excitement level is so high. Like when you hit play you know because you're like all right one of my in store for here. You know like wh what could work. Could he possibly go from. Currents you know like what's next okay. So here is the first track on tame impala album the slow.
We're All in the Same Storm But Not in the Same Boat
"To episode forty five of Everyday Buddhism making every day better. I hope everyone is finding places of peace or at least stability in the continuing uncertainty of our lives. And as I've been sharing in many of my most recent episodes, I've been trying to find ways to deal with many of the troubling emotions that have arisen for me during these times. Just like I'm sure you've all been doing. And as I, shared with you in the last podcast episode I started writing poetry again to help process. Some of the trauma was previously holding onto. And that I was in that was slowly. Being revealed to me by pandemic politics. You know it helps in that it brought. Many repressed emotions to the surface for me to look at into find ways to hold them tenderly so that they wouldn't rise up and strike out at others. I'm not saying. I'm there yet because I'm certainly not. I'm still struggling with all that, but at least i. now know what's really hiding underneath. The TRAUMAS and hurts haven't been completely cleared and released, but now I recognize them for what they are. But also more recently committed to a more consistent daily meditation practice. I always meditated sometimes more all. How shall I say disciplined than others sometimes using different techniques, sometimes, saying Oh, I will always do it every morning. Always whatever evening but I really started a nice focused. Focused practices for the last about twenty one days. I think twenty twenty one days and you know what they say about twenty one days in the. Creating a habit so I've actually deepened the commitment to this meditation practice because I realized I needed to do something other than focusing on the horrible outside and inside of myself. I needed to take action to positively change the direction of my personal boat, rather than sitting in fear and horror as I watched the storms continuously roar and threaten all of us and myself. And this leads me to the focus of this short. Episode, Which is also a promotion for the next episode, and it contains a request for you. The listeners to get involved Sakib listening. So I reached out to my teacher and friend Greg Creech one of the leading authorities on Japanese psychology about a week ago to ask him to be a guest again on the podcast I felt that if there was anyone who could help, be a beacon to guide us through all these storms these continuing. Storms it would be greg. We had a nice conversation about uncertainty and about transitions. And in that conversation he said something that was like a wack across the back of my head From a stick, by then, Roshii he I asked him what advice or practice he could offer to podcast listeners, as we weathered these storms and looked into the future with great uncertainty. He said something like. Well it's not a mass issue. It's your personal situation and attachment. He went on to say that everyone is dealing with losses, but ultimately it's an individual thing. And that really struck me because I realized that. Up until the time I actually committed to that meditation, practice and May. Yeah the meditation practice. I had been more looking at what was out there. That was so bad or what was inside me. That was so bad without Without, taking individual responsibility for
Things to Consider Before You Change Your Brand Name
"The other yester- consider is. Hey you have customers that like you that like your brand that like your business and aura commending you based on your current name and this might ruffle some feathers from your current paying customers people that like you through the supporting right now. I don't even Berry convert a Sierra. Emma email marketing software He wrote about this. They actually didn't change. The name changed the logo. And we're about to change the name and there was a little bit of an uproar. You know a lot of people were not happy about it and they actually decided to keep the convert kit name And you know go with the new logo so the changed a logo. But they didn't change the name there are about to but you know and actually I think they did change the name for a couple of weeks but because of the feedback because of the uproar. I think they thought maybe they made a mistake here. And now is probably a really good move Nathan. And it took a lot of courage and a lot of discipline to be able to listen to customers and make sure they stick with convert So there's a lot to consider here okay now as you could see. I'm trying to paint this picture that. Hey if you don't have to change the name do not do it. You need to listen. What are the benefits? We're actually GONNA make In terms of profits dollar bills and customers if you change the name why is it so important? Maybe you can keep the name and just deliver a new product. A new service in a new way now one suggestion. I would make his essays example. You're going to be releasing something new in Your Business. There's nothing wrong with creating a new name or a new product under your brand name so save for example. You created an APP that allows you to post Or schedule posts for facebook. Okay and the name of Your Apple. Social blaster social blaster. Now you might not like the name you might think. Hey maybe I want to change it up because a now wanna go into email and it's not just social there's nothing wrong with having social blaster have a product under a called email blaster and you find email blaster via social blasters website. It's just a product under that branding. People will find it. They can search for all that kind of stuff so having sub products under brand name. Ken Help avoid this. Because you're going to generate the traffic from the original brand name you're gonNA generally all these visitors and word of mouth and all the stuff we talked about that. People have mentioned in the past and the lead you to that new product on that website. Because it's a sub product. The other thing you need to consider is trademarking now. If you haven't trademarked your brand you should. It does not expensive. You can get a a business lawyer and you can cost a few hundred dollars. But it's good to trademark your brands. Navy trademark brand. And then you change your going to trade market again. Sakib money for changing brand names. Make sure it's trademarked now. The other things that if you're going to change brands are gonNA remove your old brand and start with a new name. This is going to require you Acquiring a whole lot of assets things like a domain name like. You're out like you know email. Blaster DOT COM right. You're going to have to create new email addresses based on that domains. You'RE GONNA have to register for email addresses. You're going to have to secure social handles twitter. Instagram facebook Linked in you name it using that brand name you're GonNa have to create youtube channels. You get the point. There's a lot of things are going to have to to To secure that name now having a sub product under your original brand name doesn't require you to do that because you can trade on the brand name and you can you talk about these new products through those channels sue. Those twitter handles through your youtube channel via your website. Now having said this I'm not saying changing. Your brand name is impossible and it's on doable. There's a lot of businesses that have done before and successfully it does have a cost of everything has cost. Just keep that in mind if you are really die hard and you're determined. Change Your brand name understand. There's a lot of time. There's a lot of money involved. Here is a lot of effort if you're willing to do that. And you're happy with that trade off and you've you know exactly what that is listed. All the things are going to have to do and the money that needs to be invested in the Taiwanese invested in your happy without tradeoff. That's fine but you need to know what you're getting into. You need to list these things down. You need to understand what you are purchasing by making this trade. You know you have to understand that. This is a business transaction within yourself. I'm going to move to a different brand. I'm changing the name. The brand of our business. What'S THE COSTS INVOLVED? Time money energy is that worth the cost of changing. If so go for it if it's now worth it and you're just making an emotional decision to change the brand name because you think it's a cooler fund or whatever it is then that's not the best business decision you know you're not making the best transaction for your
"sakib" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And melinda. Google conducted a study recently, it found that more men than women were being paid less money. We're doing similar work. They were underpaying lower level, software engineers, and now they're giving raises to thousands of men. We need to start doing like Pauline hirings where you decided a resume with your vacations. And then you find out after they show up for their first day at work, or what they weekdays ten to eleven AM, and two to three PM on NewsRadio KLBJ Todd and watch it last night. The live coverage on ESPN it should have been on a major network man. The national spelling bee names eight youngsters as co champions, beating the previous two way tie record in historic in history. Now after the competition ran out of words this epic three hour long finale last night, I got tired of it. I went to sleep, and then I'll wake up this morning and they have eight co champions. They ran out of words, I run out of word while they're basically these these eight kids were smarter. Than the people at the spelling bee that we're organizing it the eight winners. Spell the final forty-seven words correctly in five consecutive rounds. If the school night man, you gotta get home. So point each of these kids, we'll get we'll get the, the full price fifty thousand dollars in cash. They got their hands on the trophy last night. The winners are hang on with me. Okay. And I apologize if I butcher, these names, Rashiq Gontha, sorry, nailed it. Aaron Howard spot on got that one. Sakib Sundar, shoot Deka, Pat. Sukon Dr of Abba, J called Dolly perfect Christopher seraglio, Rohatyn Rasi flawless, all of the winners, there last night, in the spelling bee amazing amazing Indian parents are doing whatever, you know, Asian families are doing educating their kids, we need to duplicate that. What is it? Erin. How it is the result. It's, it's, it's, it's really interesting. I'd like to be no of the electoral of the age. How many of them actually went to public school? Yeah, I know there were some and there, there was a local girl that was knocked out in the fourth round. She goes to keeling middle school here in town. She did a very good job hats off to her. But I think it's pretty interesting. Yeah, the scripts national spelling bee last night declared eight contestants.
"sakib" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"The puck two seconds left coils. Got it and the Lorne it's gonna sound. Can you smell that? Can you spell it? It's a game seven the Boston come on the road for the second time in three games at the Scotiabank arena. Your final here today. Four to two Bruins over the Maple Leafs. And for the third time six twenty thirteen these two teams gonna play a game seven, and it's going to take place at TD garden ninety five sports Bruins with the Ford to win to tie the series at three. Rondebosch sham. Two goals. Fourth career, multi gold postseason games. I since twenty thirteen and now they George game. Seventy SPN analyst, Barry Melrose with our Steve Levy, so they're gonna play on on Tuesday night. What is the key embedded on home ice advantage? Because we know that no Brad Marchand Sakib when this guy scores goals they win when he gets a couple of seems like every game Friday got a couple. They won tonight. He got a couple they won. This guy is a catalyst. This guy is the the guy stirs the drink if you wanna use that saying, but he's a fantastic goal score. He's fast. He's aggressive plays on the international stage. Just as well. So they need him to have a big night if they're going to win this and go onto the next round wins the game. I think Boston win. Why have a game seven right? What's us having to game seven on your Bill also winning game? Six to force the game. Seven back in Boston. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio to baseball. Barry mentioned the straw that stirs the drink that would be Reggie Jackson one of his comments while he was with the Yankees. Yankees Sunday play. The royals. They were in the tenth inning in New York City..
"sakib" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Two seconds left coils. Got it. Can you smell that? Can you spell it? It's a game seven the Boston at come on the road for the second time in three games at the Scotiabank arena. Your final here today. Four to two Bruins over the Maple Leafs. And for the third time six twenty thirteen these two teams going to play a game seven, and it's going to take place at TD garden ninety five the sports hub Bruins with the Ford to win to tie the series at three. Rod Marsh and with two goals, four career multi-goal postseason games. I since twenty thirteen and now they had a game seventy SPN analyst, Barry, Melrose with our Steve Levy, so bad. They're gonna play on on Tuesday night. What is the key embedded up your home ice advantage because we know that no Brad Marchand Sakib when this guy scores goals they win when he gets a couple of seems like every game Friday got a couple. They won a tonight. He got a couple they won. This guy is a catalyst. This guy is the the guy stirs the drink if you wanna use that saying, but he's a fantastic goal score. He's fast. He's aggressive player on the international stage. Just as well. So they need him to have a big night if they're going to win this and go onto the next round wins the game. I think Boston wind. Why have a game seven right? What's us having to game seven on your Bill winning game? Six to force the game. Seven back in Boston. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio to baseball. Barry mentioned the straw that stirs the drink that would be Reggie Jackson one of his comments while he was with the Yankees Yankees Sunday playing. The royals. They were in the tenth inning in New York City..
"sakib" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Cable ex news time is eight ten Roger brand in the steeple traffic center. Tom now, we have trouble in north county on westbound seventy years an accident of all the dump truck. This emergency crews westbound seventy right on the new hall, very overcast not much traffic getting through a couple of lanes blocked there. So it's a solid jammed back right at sixty seven on westbound, seventy southbound sixty seven still delays from the Clark ridge down to Louis bird coming out of all these seventy Lindbergh's little heavy if you're on westbound highway, seventy some heavy traffic from kings highway through Jennings station, leaving the city, but believe it or not he's on the run all the way from Saint Charles county eastbound Sakib prospect, stole heavy kind of slow ride, Lindbergh, jam McKnight. Hanley westbound sixty four signed Senator big backup still Morten Lindberg area. After that one seventy around the Parkway's busy Volterra actions between there and sixty four eastbound forty four stolen the brakes approaching one forty one to seventy thousand seventy still pockets from tests on very all the way up to Manchester, two fifty five. Cleared out Columbia downtown though, northbound fifty five coming up past the Berea. The poplars is backed up and westbound sixty four is on the brakes west of off through the seventies Flint approaching three to the pop threes. Solid jam south on Santo mutual veterans, though McKinley bridges are back on the run. Next update today twenty steeple traffic center. A wind advisory in effect from ten o'clock this morning seven o'clock tonight says while mostly cloudy skies today, the wind is really going to pick up us and gust around forty or forty five miles per hour. Especially this.
"sakib" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Call us at four. Four eight nine two two seven three on news talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. Okay. Welcome back. I'm in the studio with Sakib Farrakhan, and captain lead Farrakhan. They are both Muslims members of the nation of Islam. Kiko. Farrakhan says that she has been suspected of terrorism due to online searches at her place of employment, which is Delta Airlines. She has been there for I think around nine months as security officer. You went through a background check to get this job. Yes. January fourth. You were exported upstairs to the fifth floor, basically when you arrived at work. Yes. What happened going upstairs and beyond? And I was taken to fifths throw a ten twenty building. I was into I met two unknown people. Get into his room. And go on to about one Noah interrogation about one hour interrogation and get a little closer to microphone force one hour to arrogation. And what did they ask you about? Why you? Excess many times a b seven five seven. These seven five seven was the point of their questioning ES. Okay. What would your answer to that? I was interested in structure of rain. Okay. Yes. And the answer you gave now, obviously, they're asking you other questions or maybe repeating the same question. Why did it take an hour for the interrogation? Is asking. You have to be seventy five so many times find introduce that. And decrease in like. And what was your answer to that? If they say, why don't you do it? So many times I answered. I'm so interested in structure of air free. We have a b seven five fifteen frightened museum. If somebody visit Toronto, I can't explain okay? So that was obviously they they were not impressed with your answer. Right. They did not accept that adds legitimate reason. Yes. And. This somebody. Visit you I answer. No. Somebody you about seventy five seventy seven five seven. No. Are you planning to go to technical school? Yes. But I answer no copy material or give it to somebody answered. No. Did you see the question is you see on personal computer company, computer? Not a computer company can get I answered your husband or family around said, no. Christian somehow out of nowhere ask my husband. What does your husband? What is your name? What is your husband's name? Yes. It's I it's out of Chris trace Christian. He's not delta employee. So you feel that the question was not appropriate. Not no, not appropriate. I'm looking at anatomy that'll interrupt, but I'm looking at Boeing seven fifty seven is a b seven fifty seven means Boeing seven fifty seven. Yes. All right..
"sakib" Discussed on The Persistence Factor
"Sometimes you need more money. You know, Sakib that a mind scoot to have a, you know schedule, but you also have to be a little bit flexible in recovery. I believe this. I would rather wait rest a little bit true long than optimal than a little bit too short the nonsmoking deliver to show than you have fully recovered, and you're gonna go and Bushell whatsoever. They rushed up during. Yeah. I I remember ten me one time that you train any off Ceesay mapping get off. These wanted to years had you said to me one time a member will in the gym and women out on the bench pressed only inclined at this was a doubt might not assistant wasn't recovers. Awkward back tapa, jam left or go home. It's food relax about the next day like strong hawks. So I consider that to be a good decision like otherwise, it would have done work out. That is not very effective. Yes. And let me say this is important this type of training where we're trying to this very strict form absolute concentration. You can't do this continuously. I would recommend most people. Of course, listen to about the always what most people after about six weeks ago a hit. Lassoed if the Cape pushing pushing the tend to get out near injury risk is increasing. So I would try to this six weeks. And then I would do maybe two weeks sub maximal training where we're shifting to. Okay. We're just gonna maintain and to maintain your done need to be hundred percent or even ninety percent could be and still maintain. So it's more like a kind of in a way activist. So you're doing enough weights in intensity to maintain. But you're not trying to stimulate on go to fight this point to give your body. Whole body knows everything summer while arrest and then start to go and push again. So it is somewhat of a cycle in the might misuse the disagree with this used to say, well, if you're resting long enough should be out to train this always. But I've noticed ourself on other people, you you kinda tend to but out of the wall during the solar see kinda need that day Lodewijk if you will with that kind of active rest de load, you're not. Totally stop in Jinan because then you would you know would go back a little bit. Although do is a good idea to take a four week of training twice a year. Just give you a nice resting of toll people this before their stock approaching asking through things kind of goodly Esa chain that that training often shoe much governor hard enough sauce. I take a week off and come back to a more Bridget schedule. All but I'll do a situation. Just try it. What do you got to lose in gaining anything now?.
"sakib" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"And then during the during the appeal he argued that that he was asleep that he did do it. But he was asleep. They had to go through the whole thing again. Doc when I first got the phone call and twenty twelve from victim witness assistance programs that even found guilty. I it never crossed my mind. You know that he would appeal it or that he could appeal it, you know, I was like oh my God. It's finally over is been found guilty and the relief. I felt was just unreal. You know, drop to the floor crying, just joy, you know, just hope relieve and then he appealed it. And then it was just like, I can't believe it Sakib successfully appealed it and then had another trial. He had to go through the trial again. Did they explain why they didn't use this defense in the first trial to say that he was suffering from Sexwale sex Omnia? Well, yes, he said that his lawyer during the first trial was inadequate Shay signed affidavit. I believe that said she didn't even know that the sex Omnia defense existed, they retried it upon the personal grounds that he didn't have affective counsel in the testimony in the trial to support. Mr. hartman's claim his mother said he sleepwalked as child had gone say who said he had episodes of sexual touching while he slept and there's a sleep expert that said, Mr. Hartman was likely suffering from sex Omnia the night, he attacked you. Why do you think the judge Moore didn't by any of that? Because they're crowded Turney was successful in providing enough reasonable doubt. This expert was biased and more of an advocate than an expert witness as you point out, the judge regarded the doctor Shapiro evidence. As. Has well that some of his comments demonstrated a lack of professionalism. She writes in her verdict. She said he was confusing his role as a witness with that of an advocate and. Like, she did not accept his evidence. And like when I was sitting there listening to her thing, I do not accept this evidence. She would lay down a point that, you know testimony. And she was she said several times, I do not accept this. And every time she said that it was just one at a time being taken off my shoulders, you know, one brick at a time just like this relieve bit by bit until finally the words came out of her mouth, you know, Ryan Hartman guilty of sexually assaulting, you know, and it was just finally, you know, like, this is it how is affected your life over these past seven years. One thing I've put a lot of into recently as how affected everyone else's life. My family my husband, but isn't affected my career pass. It is effected my relationships. I have serious anger built up inside of me. I have extreme anxiety and one of those things that triggers that is time because I had set my alarm to wake up and leave. And if I had woken up a little bit earlier, if I set my alarm a little earlier, maybe this wouldn't have happened. This affected my life in many ways, it doesn't control my life. But it has affected a lot of decision making and emotion. And you know, my personality overall, do you think that role see more trials with this sex Omnia as a defense? I fortunately, I do think that there may be you know, feature trials this is a defense. Do I think this trial contributed to the possibility of being as successful defense? No, I don't understand Sexto enough. I don't know enough about it to really give a strong opinion. But I do not believe that it. It's a it's an excuse for solving somebody. I don't I really appreciate speaking. And thank you for being. So so Frank with us. Thank you very much for.
"sakib" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Mexican peso in particular haunt hit during the night, the euro dropped overnights as well as results from a state election in Hesse while seem to undermine Angela Merkel's coalition it's since clawed back most of that euro dollar heading little changed at one spot. Thirteen nine hundred four Rosales keeping an eye on the cable rates ahead of the UK budget, one spot twenty eight thirty seven this morning. That's a Bloomberg radio business flash. Now here is leeann guarantee with more on what's going on around the world. Saudi Arabia has promised a full investigation into the killing off journalists Jamal Khashoggi the kingdom's most seniors. Prosecutors sheduled to rally Kentucky to hold talks with investigators Saudi officials say the international outcry with the journalists death has become hysterical. Part of Syria's national museum has reopened to the public. Six years old civil war forced it to close the museum and Damascus closed in two thousand and twelve to protect its ancient artifacts from damage. Most of the collection was even evacuated and kept in secret locations Sakib exhibition safe and Universal Pictures has carved up a weekend box office with its horror movie Halloween. The return of the cereal slashes getaway the competition for a second week bringing in almost fifty eight million dollars to take its global takings to one hundred and seventy two million. The Bradley Cooper lady Gaga a star is born. Held onto second place with a thirty two million dollars. For Warner Brothers. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron it tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon guarantee. This is Bloomberg not leeann thanks very much for that. Now, sterling traders will be watching chancellor Philip Hammond today when he presents the UK budget, of course, many analysts say treasury will putting out anything substantial until Brexit is result. What we still could see swings in sterling today. So let's go to the top g ten currency forecaster. According to the Bloomberg FX forecast. Accuracy ratings you want Perez joins us right now, senior FX trader and strategist at tempests one. Let me ask first of all if you agree with the sort of overriding view that there won't be anything substantial out of treasure that, we won't see huge news from today's budget since we haven't got Brexit yet resolved. Thank you for having me this morning. And well, I think overall it is going to be a relatively important piece of data in. We're going to see. Yup. Exactly what type of plan. Philip Hammond have for what he's gonna be a very uncertain time. Alternately budget is supposed to be taking the very last one that is going to be pierced while the United Kingdom is still fully engage with the European Union. So no matter what. But it does have a impact we have seen in the past two months. The town has been very volatile. What we saw in what we predicted for October is that was going to be a very tough. Nothing was going to be certain about Brexit. And the only thing that became Furton was that deadlines kept being pushed away. So of course that Pete brought down back to levels that were last seen in August. So I think with this. But it we have to take into account. Well, not only some of the details that will be revealed about where money's going to be coming from departments are finally going to see the end of parity. But more importantly, it is a historic moment that it represents which is is a budget Beverly comes at a time of major and certainty. All right. So to a certain extent, this could be more of a sentiment driven story rather than just the figures in an themselves when it comes to the budget t-. I'm also wondering what about Thursday's Bank of England decision could be driving or to what extent could be driving starting this week. Well, I mean at this point the combination of a lot of events that are happening at a time when things really to be farther from a resolution learn they've ever been in supposedly this is the we're supposed to have things in parliament in front of businesses. That is going to say, hey, look, there is an actual customs agreement. There's an actual way that we are going to maintain the border issue. Something that is not going to matter in the future. There are in any of these things happening. So. We'll see how confident Hamid sounds today. But when it comes at Banco vein. Mark Carney has made it clear that the Bank has been very hesitant in producing any type of positive or realistic projections about what the United Kingdom without being part of the European Union. Would look like so I think there will be some wings, and as well on Friday when really we we have the Marquette able to digest everything. Altogether. It might end up being overall are very negative week for the town. All right. Thanks very much for joining us one Peres their senior ethics traitor and strategist at tempests. Joining us from the top currency forecaster for Bloomberg for q three two thousand eighteen according to Bloomberg affects forecast accuracy ratings. We have been warned this could be a negative week for the pound now straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Brazil pivots to the right with the election of the new president today or Bolsonaro. And according to Mark mobias now is the time for investors to get back into EM. I'm Brazilian equities..
"sakib" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Presentation would also not cleaned up all the vegetables hacked up and peels left everywhere, but there was Cup filled with liquid human fat right next to the stove. It's interesting. It's like when you order a pizza, there's too much grease on it. You Pat it down paper towels. Yes. Yeah. And at another point she had grabbed once you cut off one of the pieces of meat and then opened up the back door and threw it out in the backyard, then laughed because you know Oh, why. why she did that? She did a technically was for the dog. She, no, she killed the other. Kill his dog. No, she just killed him. I see. And finally, Catherine brewed herself. A pot of coffee, had a cigarette took a handful of pills and one last half ass. Who cited tempt. She then drifted off to sleep into this day claims to remember nothing. Oh, the night. Oh yes. She's full ship. She's full shit, but then we're going to find out to remember to price. He's been telling people that are going to that. He's been telling his friends at his neighbors that she's going to fucking kill him. Right. And now they're awaiting this. So so the next day? Yeah, next day pretty soon after Catherine fell asleep because this was an all night affair. 'cause mercy's take a while them at about midnight and so couple hours after she fell asleep, even that prices neighbor, Andrew, Anthony, Keegan looked out the window just as the sun was rising and he saw the price. He's then was still in the driveway. We thought it was weird because usually pricey was. Gone like thirty minutes before Andrew mock up. And he said, specifically, pricey said to him, if you ever wake up at my van is there and I'm not at work, she's that's when she's killed me. Yeah. Jeeze Sakib walked over to the house and knocked on the door to make sure everything's okay when those no answer. Keegan look down at the door handle and saw that it was covered in blood. The cops were called in the first one on the scene took a peek through the mail slot to see if he could assess the situation before backup came. The only thing he could see was what he thought at the time was a bunch up curtain hanging in doorway. In reality, it was the skin of John price, good Lord cops. Then pride open the back door with a crowbar stumbling into possibly the most gruesome crime scene and stray in history about this. You open the store now. So they said, said they saw this thing because the brain works in a way that like. If you see human skin hanging from all hook it, your brain is gonna kind of translate it in a way you open it up. They saw her. Now we're turning to look look for patterns when there's some that we can't understand. You look at it and you saw curtain hanging in the doorway. Oh, well, let's go to the back of the house. She would sell blood was everywhere. They investigator move the curtain like he was walking. He was like, it was wait for some racing and all of a sudden it'll Damai heen and all fall was bloating. I thought I had myself jam, and the dill came in the wasn't until they saw her sleep. The turn around, they're like, oh, there's prices fucking face hanging from. Yeah. Lord were right for a while. No, that is like that's Texas. Chainsaw massacre style here. Some of them were never right again, like one one of the first guys on the scene, he'd never returned being a cop, says he can't sleep at night ever like, hasn't he hasn't slept since like not not like a good night. He has nightmares win. The cops came in, they search through the house and they found Catherine shoes on the bed snoring away just sleeping. Yeah, because the pills hadn't taken like full effect yet because she hadn't been asleep very long. So they brought her out. She was still alive. She was just dazed the took her to the hospital and they pumped her stomach and then charged with the murder of John price. And that was the first time she'd ever been actually charged with a serious crime. Forty nine forty nine and the trial was insane, a huge media thing, whether the thing was that the trials that she pled not guilty at first then pretty soon in..
"sakib" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"On westbound seventy north, county delays Tom approaching three sixty seven through the. Halls varies as part of opera through there looks like there may be, an? Incident right it old, halls ferry but all it should be on the shoulder there working the. Injury accident fortunately westbound drivers aren't, bothered by but it's eastbound thirty seven eastern Lindbergh eastbound to. Seventy jam midway back around the bend toward McDonnell boulevard right now eastbound highway seventy Brian road in through. TR Hughes there's a couple of slowdowns again a little backup to seventy into the. Rock road if you're on eastbound sixty four Easter three sixty four past wing. Haven delays it's bumper-to-bumper through Clarkston a little slow at seventy and a little slow at. One seventy westbound Sakib solid on the brakes at Hampton to big band. Over forget you still have the restrictions on Manchester between Sutton and. Few Terrassa let's Sutton in just a little bit west of south west avenue and maple. Wood fire her Brian Kelly talking about in the news northbound to seventy. Ran hours you ramp from northbound. Fifty five you have stop and go traffic all. The way Through Manchester road northbound and southbound Lindbergh. Coming up from well I guess it's really from tests on ferry area there it. Looks pretty congested up toward Lindbergh high school right now and even southbound delayed. Or westbound forty four let's say the raft of the accident eastbound forty four to sell. A little slow through their downtown northbound fifty five from Potomac up through. Forty four is heavy westbound sixty four on the side slows at. Bought of the seventy split but after that it looks great on seventy across the mutual. Veterans westbound sixty four James west of the king bridge around the band. To the poplar as well next. Update at seven thirty from the steeple traffic center We've had. Some showers and thunderstorms in the area overnight they're moving out this morning, we should see clouds then some sunny breaks today breezy and humid. With a high of eighty two but then a shower thunderstorm more to this afternoon into this. Evening we could see some strong gusty thunderstorms as well And then maybe. A shower overnight with a low of sixty seven, and tomorrow we'll see a passing shower mainly in, the morning and then clouds and sun with a high of eighty. One it is cloudy downtown and seventy three degrees The news continues.
"sakib" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"So many people are taking advantage of it and if other people are doing work in this area, feel free to apply for a grant. It's aka dot MS, fush AI for earth in that. We also have a sister program called AI for excess ability in that one is twenty five million dollars, but that's stuff like do you guys remember back at build a few years ago on the seeing a application that Sakib shake did where he had the the glasses on and was able you swipe the side of the glasses, and it was using the cognitive services. And chilly, read out loud for him things. And so it showed a whole bunch of different scenarios around being able to read a menu in front of him, big picture as his blind. Yeah, the glassy what's going on and object detection. He just touches his glasses and describes the scene right when he got when he got the mood like I can you. There is a a woman who is has smiling and and man who is frowning. It was those little details just made you made you skin tingle how we really can see. Yes. So it is incredible for you know, people of all abilities to be able to get the same access to technology. And so for excess ability is really focused on those issues. And the senior project has actually moved forward a ton since since that video is released at bells that really focused on the glasses, but they, they actually have an app. Now an iphone app that allows that you can download seeing that allows you to do a whole bunch of different things. So you mentioned the the aspect of being able to look at someone and be able to tell their mood where you can actually program, and you know the names of your family and your co workers. So that instead of just saying, oh, it's a twenty seven year old woman, it will say, oh, this is Jennifer Morrison or those kind of things and give people a better looking at it also December league good stuff with currency. So recognizing money that this is a a ten dollar Bill versus a twenty dollar Bill. I know in the US they're all the same size. So that's harder for people with sight impairments to be able to differentiate between the different things when they don't have other countries, they have different size money for different denominations. That's a little little easier Woan committee money. We also have Brill embedded in the money out and upside. I'd impairments can just feel at y'all. I know what the heck of an app right there that is, have you had grown up, you know what I'd like to do if I was gonna. Jack up like that is that every every person would be jaylo you know, it's like, oh, it's Shakira. You're where. It's like some celebrity. Yeah. World's beautiful, beautiful place, right. You know, you mentioned getting your degree fifteen years ago, not to change gears too much, but having done about tosses stuff around the space and mostly working on a history things was back propagation even part of your syllabus at that time. It was. So there was there was we did learn like neural networks and such worth at that point. And so yes, we did kind of, you know, have the the beginnings of all of that. It just we didn't have deep networks onto the level that we have today. I'm so that's the the main difference was just kind of the depth of what was possible. And was that mostly just constraint of compute you just didn't have the horsepower to do so many numbers? Yes. Yup. Because when I first started at Microsoft, my first job was actually in the I was hired into the natural language processing group which we call the which group. And like one of the things that we were trying to do very early on. I might team reorganized like right after I joined and I joined a group. That was called the new platform or the natural user interface platform, which was essentially trying to build Cortana or Siri or Alexa or any of these guys years ago in..
"sakib" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Eleven thousand dollars more than for the same person with a high school diploma so we are putting more money into the pockets of every day san franciscans are real estate market is out of control and they should contribute back to make this a great city for all of us because we have made this a great city that is why the property is so valuable so it is appropriate for us to ask those that have done well off of our work to give back to the various situations that will help us regrow are middle class and support are working class again i have also been opponent for ten protection sakib households in place in their homes to build off of what supervisor kim was just saying we need to stabilize stabilized stabilize how do we do that this june you can vote for free legal right to counsel when someone is faced with an addiction this november we will have the ability to expand rent control locally by repealing pasta hawkins that's very important please gather signatures for that right now we also need to address the renovations epidemic that's people who are being evicted with renovations we need to make sure that we're working with those tenants that are in those situations so they do get displaced they have a place to land and belong in the city something to really pay attention to as london breed pointed out before she was saying that there was eight to one jobs to housing ratio everyone should be extremely alarmed about the central soma plan which currently has about a five to one jobs to housing ratio what does that mean for us we have about ten years but really before those buildings those office spaces those forty five thousand office spaces would be built but currently we're only saying there's going to be seventy five hundred housing units we need to have greater parody and equity between the jobs to housing balance but what we can do if we do this well is we can start working with our youth at sf usd level.
"sakib" Discussed on KOMO
"Eight forty four i'm michael mashed remarkable nixed yet steve pool is here with the forecast night low temperatures going to be in the 40s highs tomorrow should be getting into the 50s for the most part so yeah not too bad now we do expect the rain to be back and i think that's going to be the main feature tomorrow may not be raining at first thing in the morning but it will be as the day proceeds so just kind of factor in what the streets for your plans especially later in the day tomorrow they have become a weather center i'm steve pool the right now in seattle forty nine degrees and a tense meeting tonight for parents anc with questions about a private school teacher now charged with child porn in seattle komos draw marina reports tonight these seattle academy hosted the closeddoor meeting about the case dozens of paris attended but the media was kept out and afterwards no one wanted to talk about what went on and side now in court papers police say that the teacher gabriel cronin well he admitted the fantasizing about students also when those court papers it says even doctor photos of past students to go in with his child porn collection now police officers were at the site of the sanctuary building where the meeting was held again this was closed to the public now the seattle kaddoumi is considered a fairly prestigious k through twelve preparatory school gabriel cronin was in the science department and worked at the school for years but he has since been fired cronin used a school laptop so look at sexually explicit images of children a cousin of cronin apparently turned to men to police upon learning of a longterm diction that the family says cronin had two child pornography in court papers police say cronut admitted to being and treatment for the past several years now cronin remains in custody he goes before a federal judge that's the see if he should continue to be held in custody here in seattle joel marino komo news i quit school employee accused voyeurism pleaded not guilty today police say 24yearold sakib ahmad hit a knife pod inside a school bathroom it happened at northwood middle school bullies he admitted to recording a video of his duty targeted district says ahmad was removed from his duties after the.
"sakib" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Having later uhf sure so you know terrible circumstances for you to be here take us back though to add to that too that day where were you when did you first learn what happened so that evening the uh totally unpredictable and like a normal uh sunday for us she not on duty that evening my partner dr sakib was the promisory on all and we have my other partner dr dubbed coal who was in house and were extremely busy a trauma center and we are a ton of almost the whole go at that time and then the purse the injury reports came out um when all all for all the surgeons nurses and people that were able to come in um i was actually the gone up there on the next day where the day shift and my partners decided that i would need to be crushed in the morning bird continued agents we have no idea how many more would keep coming or what the situation really was it was it was kind of surreal and you don't really believe it you know you unfortunately early on the news and to have that actually ongoing in your backyard at your hospital the whole thing was completely derailed when you got the first cold did you know exactly what it was a religious told that was a masscasualty event what specifically where you told yeah we the first call one out of a masscasualty event or internal disaster vote all hall and no one really specifically understood what was going on it became more the gravity of the situation where people trying to get to work could not because of the main free way if certain areas shut down at a lot of please grow though the imagine and it definitely was not not anything out of the the normal circumstance i mean like i said we were very busy level one ghana's better and this was done a magnitude much higher of intensity and the numbers um but we will that event like this we all have equal grants awarded impersonal vehicle you'll have them in cop cars you'll.
"sakib" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"He about midnight he says a found out about what was going on i got news alerts about a mass shooting and so i checked in with my partner a doctor sakib was young call surgeon santa like he was getting pretty slammed so i just got my car came in what's words of injuries were using see just a whole lot of gunshot wounds all over the body um just gunshot wounds everywhere gunshot to the head to the torso chest ataman to the extremities arms legs all over the place and he said he went on to say the most difficult thing really it being a trauma surgeon he says that the shootings themselves unfortunately they see that on a daily basis or somewhat similar to that of he said the unique part really in the challenge is getting so many patients all at once that essentially what you have to do is prioritised to see who's in the the most need of help that could survive and try to prioritise them and that really is the challenge of analysing everybody and then tried to get the the ones boast a need the help andrew thanks so much appreciate it you gotta guys andrew mullin back there in in las vegas covering this for us we're learning a little bit more about de schutter the reporters caught up with his brother eric in orlando and the broader brother says it this guy the shooter was an accountant for many years and that he was a multimillionaire who made much of his money investing in real estate and that he was not aware of that in having any recent financial difficulties we'll tell you more about the shooter he recently am mailed his his his mother all walker anyway we're hearing more details about this guy will last million on us when we come back during chan and we'll continue an update from the newsroom with amy meeting to send a message in las vegas the flag at the white house has been lowered to half staff president trump let a moment of silence on the white house lawn to the victims had to.
"sakib" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Well we'll come back to israel to here we get the audio bore down there set up and the traffic lear forecast i want to tell you about the combat is reporting still about twenty three thousand customers are without power right now in the north and west and south of the city proper stilts kinda spread out but again that's down from a high of about thirty eight thousand earlier today so people are getting their power hooked up again we are wondering if we have traffic set up with us rather let's get better shot right now police activity northbound at chicago on lakeshore drive are hearing reports the water rescue there at chicago and north lap north family tracked sourcing some heavy delays right in that area just after navy pierre sakib that in mind for seen those delays on the southbound side of lake shore drive little slow right by the stevenson on the edens right now that's looking fifteen on both sides her hearing reports of an accident at fullerton on the offensive will keep an eye out and the inbound were seen the delays around cumberland it's twenty nine minutes from o'hare to downtown 9 from the split the eisenhower is clear the stevenson are running with minor delays mainly on that outbound site 25 from lakeshore drive to the tristate thirty minutes to three fifty five inbound here and a half hour from 350 fact lakeshore drive twenty from the tristate that dan ryan sixteen on that inbound you are slowly starting at the stevenson into the circle on the outbound that's a good fourteen minutes on i bishop fortnight seven both clear and the tolls are not seen any major issues t 94 a little slow around i eighty for traffic on the sevens or attorney time ondemand get the traffic chicago app.