33 Burst results for "Salma"

"salma" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

02:06 min | 5 months ago

"salma" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Am i would highly recommend it but there is a certain political savviness when it comes to taking your holiday now nowadays and i think rob will probably regret having such an occupant getaway. Solid can ministers ever actually switch off when on holiday. I mean it's something that has become a a real sort of middle class premium. Isn't it to go away somewhere where you can both. There's no mobile reception in no wifi. But but that's definitely not possible for ministers it. No i don't think it is. I think i think we are in this world where people talk about things like self care and switching off and all that kind of stuff but the reality is that the average person doesn't do that. I mean ask yourself when you're on holiday. How often do you actually take a whole day where you read the news or you. Don't check your emails or you don't happen to be on that whatsapp group that they haven't taken you off because you're away for four or whatever it might be so in reality nobody ever switches off and i think ministers appropriately. The same and phrase had said earlier that he wants his ministers to be well rested in order to take good decisions. I think that you want to have an element of that. You absolutely want people to be functioning at their best but we have to be realistic about the demands of ministerial. Life is a lifestyle choice. You didn't go in to this kind of role and think great. This is kind like pinnacle of success in. It's going to be easy street. And i'm gonna have a great time. Actually these jobs are really really hard and then not well renumerated. And that's not. Why people do it so i think even sounds horribly hash. It doesn't it. But i think to that extent most ministers probably don't get the rest that they need and probably won't do until they actually leave them ministerial careers. I'm afraid salma fraser. Thank you and thank you for listening..

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"salma" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"salma" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"That boring stuff. Well, here we are. And you know what we have now What's that? We have been a flick and J. Lo's first public kiss since they got back to get there. Oh, yeah, Nobody cares. How could you care? Why would it matter? You know, they said that she now wears Ben Affleck's close. That's how we can tell that and they're kissing in public that they're really back together. Well, does she wear his clothes? Like right after they performed coitus together or don't know what they did before she got dressed, Or does she wear his clothes out in public to the store? Kind of a thing? Kind of Yeah. Oh, also more exciting news from the world of Hollywood and showbiz. Salma Hayek meditates with an owl. Yes. And Vin Diesel says he used to hit up Paul Walker for advice on being a dad Does the Why are these stories do you think Offered up as news items today? Oh, yes. Who is there? Well done. Yeah. No, I'm just kind of in the front here. Okay, So here's why News outlets do stories about celebrities in their mundane Bs? Alright, then I'd loved enough celebrities hire publicists who actually will write press releases where they do. Most of the journalists work. And since journalists and reporters, particularly in Hollywood, but everywhere really are lazy if you do the work for them. They will copy and published. They also do that, in real news now they they used to not. But we have seen evidence of it because we have received the emails. The memos the printed out evidence of what the news person on television is reading verbatim later in the day. I remember one time on the show we had who is on the show was Ron Paul. We did an interview with Ron Paul and we put it out there as a press release. We said, Oh, you can listen to this Ron Paul interview. If you go here and click this and we did the work for them, we said Today and sudden the Walton and Johnson syndicated, Walton and Johnson show, Ron Paul said, such and such and then I sent it out to a bunch of news outlets. Do you guys remember that? And they published it? They just took what I sent him and they made a story out of it because it's easy. It's easy to copy other people's homework. And while you're not allowed to do it at school in journalism, you are allowed to do it. If you've ever wondered why you've read the same article more than once in different outlets, and they repeat the exact same phrasing. The wording is dead on over and over and over. Oh, yeah, they'll change very little and get away with it, too. Because it's easy, right? And that's why that's why there's a news story about Kevin Hart went to target today and bought diapers with his knees. Like Who cares? Kevin Hart is in the news. Well, this kind of news almost every morning. We just don't discuss him. Here's the story from Kevin Hart's publicist, Kevin is speaking out against Cancel culture. He said. Last time I checked, the only way you grow up is from effing up. I don't know what kid who hasn't left up or done some dumb stuff in his life. So when people mess up They learn from it. So get over it. Is it possible? Yeah, he's right about that. Is it possible that the reason why J. Lo is now with Ben Affleck is because she wants to fix him. Does he need fixing? Well, you have you ever seen the photo? He goes to rehab a lot. He saw? No, that kind of stuff. He stands on the street nervously outside of a rehab clinic. Women do love to get a hold of a project, don't they? Yeah, it's true. And look what she did to a rod. You know what a rods up to lately? Hey, rod cells in the mirror. Uh, sort of a rod now has a line of men's makeup. Really? Yeah. Hey, Rod now has his own skin care line. Jesus, that includes concealer. Look at this. This wasn't even hard to find. Here are lots of photos of a rod. Applying makeup is spending a lot of time in front of the mirror. Yeah, he has his own makeup for men. He thinks this is the future that men are going to start wearing makeup and I'm going to be honest with you. Men on TV might wear makeup, but the rest of us won't know why would we Why would I need to put on makeup and also don't you think? In most cases your wife married you because you don't wear makeup? I would imagine that kind of thing has been out there for a while. Now, what do they call it? Metro sexuality, sexual and a metro sexual is basically a straight guy who acts like he's gay. Back in the two thousands. That was real trendy for a minute. I remember they had all these shows called Queer Eye for the Straight guy or home owes for the hedgerows, or I don't know I didn't watch it. They had a lot of shows, and it was a show or a bunch of gay guys take out a dude who's got a pot belly and a goatee And they're like, gonna fix you right up, put on Spanx and then wear short shorts and Generally when they were done with the guy. He didn't look like the kind of guy women would want to be with. He looks like the kind of guy women would want to go shopping those men would want to be with. Yeah, exactly. Well, that's fine. You know if that's what you're into him, you know, we're not here to judge maybe some with a straight friend who calls the arts. Them. However, you want to look at it. The gaze. Uh huh. And that's just the the random group of gay people out in Hollywood or or wherever. Oh, the gaze got hold of him. The gaze came over last night. Oh, Isn't that cute? Yeah, exactly. I can have him jailed for that. We have another, uh, The story we were talking about earlier isn't even the only national news story breaking out of Houston this week..

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"salma" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

02:29 min | 8 months ago

"salma" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"And she actually added the daily mail. And she's like no this guy he says he is well known would just i love that. That's a great one. I love shares. Sit on your own damn face. I'm busy like i want to search. Share sit on my face and she replied scenario. Damn faith runs like so many good ones power. She does and also who. I would also argue. That brianna has many good night. Love like whatever you say. Fishy boom than dot com and good luck book in that stage you speak of i. I love come back sir. So good so. Those are mine and i was thinking. What are your guys. This favorites says a great question The to came to mind one of them was when dean norris in two thousand eighteen just tweeted sex gifts because he meant to search. You meant to put it in the search bar and it's still up as thirty thousand retweets. Oh that was tough. Uh-huh and my other favorite one that we use all the time is billy ray cyrus much about i mean i use that so often kaya what are yours so my the in like this is something that i lead legitimately do think about like every few months is constance lose Like tweets thread after fresh off. The boat got removed. Never knew god guy she was like pissed off fucking hell like tweeted. I heard they're like she's like no. It's not good news. I forgot that. I'm always thinking like what was like the repercussions of that was awkward for you to go to work. Stay head with think chan and like oliver crazy rich asians started and then the thing came out about the rabbit and the penthouse and it was like the rabbit pooped everywhere. Right right right. Wow what a time he somehow gets tweets out there all right well. We have certainly gone long enough today. Kaya thank you so much for filling in and sing fabulous podcast. Thank you guys so much for making it through the aquamarine mermaid divorce Another time i'm kate hollowell. I'm kinda mcmullan..

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"salma" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

07:42 min | 8 months ago

"salma" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"First of all did notice was allowed. Seems like we should be sending celebrities all the time but it also feels like that goes against the spirit of eurovision eurovision lake. Is it just. You're supposed to sp- send like relative unknowns. I like i think so. Like barry over the top dramatic sort of campy axe from representing each country right. Yeah and i think like one of the like the the country one this year and i didn't watch it except for. I saw it in the news though country that one this year was i think. Italy and there was a mini controversy. About like got snorting coke off the table. But he wasn't started. So i don't think he was snorting coke but it is that they're very like flamboyant a rooftop which jesse kind of fits she's got like the opera voice with like the dramatic. Look like she's you know diva but it just feels i can't help. This is more embarrassing. Produc- day or for the uk for the uk to be like. Jessie j's the best we have or for day to be like. This is the best i can do with my career. What eurovision pretty. It's pretty high profile. Ray like people watch. I think america is starting. I mean. we shouldn't judge things by how popular they are in america. But i'm just saying like i think it is starting to catch steam other places and like they had that will farrell Adams eurovision movie. And i i think they're doing like an american version on peacock. Tv they're going to try. I think i'm certainly. I'm sure everything. Yeah and it's but it's also not like these songs ever really crossover. I think at least not right. He american charts and so. I think that it's embarrassing. Both jackie thing. It's an how events right too bad. But you know i mean. She is extremely talented. She has a great voice. She's had some hits were rooting for her. And we'll see sure and apparently it's really hard to score as bad as like this guy. He scored like zero points in like. I think they've made it really hard to do that. So the song is very bad so we need. We need to do better. Uk we can do better all right finishes on you know speaking of songs. It's now mid june so we gotta ask. What does the song of the summer. Or what is the front running song of the summer vacation so i have two answers my personal song of the summer i would still say is probably olivia rodrigo. Probably good for. You is the one that i think is just like has everyone by the next And i still really like however have to tell you. I've been driving my dad's car. I don't have a car here. And he doesn't have an exhilarate coordinators carson forceless into like the actual local radio top forty. And good though. That's on the ground. So has it show called on these radio station on the chart. That allen came out march twenty twenty dude and it's still everywhere levitating. The one that is not with the baby. I'm sorry i don't like the debate version. I just like the regular levitating. It's good it's really good. I mean that was also like still all over tiktok to right. I mean the the amount of hits she packed into this album. The fact that still like top three every single week is just incredible to be Credit where credit is shared the song of summer. Two thousand twenty. And maybe also twenty. Twenty one but yeah. I think it's still olivia for me. Although i do really like the doja cat says a song. That one is good oliver tiktok. What about you guys. Amelia any submissions. We'll so i'm reading this article linked in it's the A word peace about it and you know they mentioned this goddamn song called. I and i hate it yet. I can't. I'm like i will listen to it. It's called astronaut by it's on. I know it's all over time it's gone. It's moved from ticked up to instagram. Seen fucking jedi mccarthy do it sounds like prom. And i'm like what the fuck and then of course i watch like the voice this year my parents and He got invited to perform the song on the show in. The song is not a. It's not a good song. That's not a good song but it's it is catchy and that's what you need nowadays frustrating. No it's actually funny. Because as i was reading through that article i clicked on that song. Sounds like what. Is this saga that i've actually heard the saw ten million times already heard it hours after right. Exactly it's so annoying. I hate it all right. Well maybe we'll have like a late game song of the summer. That will come out and to this month early july. That all do you have any gonna agree with k. I think olivia rodrico good for you. Have a short front runner but i'm open for other. Yeah missions that's a challenge to all u Sayers hop stars who are listening so many All right let's move onto our little miscellaneous mashup category. This is not worth the t this week and social media. Plus whatever the hell else you wanna talk about starting off with you know. Last week we talked about louis evert and his forehead diamonds and so in similar diamond. Cosmetic news post malone has some new teeth he has some new veneers In in those veneers he has placed diamond vampire fangs. so these are not. This is on a grill. This is not braces. these are veneers that are basically his teeth implanted in his head. Of which are these diamond vampire. Fangs that are a combined. Twelve carrots and wait So that is a choice that he made with his life honestly maybe better or worse than like his face. Tattoos feels better. More predator eat with them. How sharp are they is one question that i have and how long like when he closes mouth do they like kinda poke out of his lips clear. Maybe they're dislike a long. Canine and there. Yeah i would choose those over the implanted forehead diamond. I guess so. sure sure. Starting a bar is pretty low But i agree. Okay also in curse news all the less cursed so i like i like this too so salma hayek doing press for the hit man's bodyguards wife. Whatever that is stupid. She's been doing all this press about her pet al occurring caring caring who is the name of the l. Gotta say incredibly cute al. I'm like if birds as pets our. He's very cute cute birds. They are tapered there at the top of the bird rankings. But this pet owl. Who likes to sit on. Her head has been all these headlines so page six. Here's the headline the paychecks. Want with salma hayek meditates with her pet owl quote very very often. Sure i'm interested in that. I would love to read about salma. Hayek meditating pedophile so. I put that in the outline. Then amelia shares me. I think it was melia. Was like kay. Look at this one. And just jared really one up to page six and went with a high x. Al coughed a rat hairball. Which like listen if you want me to click..

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Lorde Teases New Music for 2021

Ringer Dish

01:44 min | 8 months ago

Lorde Teases New Music for 2021

"We are here to check in with the pop girls. Things are buzz in the pop music industry as they always are sort of in the summer And of course happened last week as it always does after we recorded more dropped. Her song Did you lord for three hours. After we recorded it was absurd. She waited for us to record putting down. Dropped it And it's nice though. Because i think public perception of the song has changed in the past weeks and now we can look back on it with some perspective. Amelia give me you had a take on the new lord that aged extremely well over the lakes. Yeah well i was just like i'm loving this minute maid commercials going on and and i meant that as a compliment like honestly some of those songs in those minute maid. Tropicana commercials are really good gentlemanly bangers and that's just like kinda how i felt the song itself sounded like and it also looked very like i'm drinking orange juice on the beach kind of thing like you were saying. You had this in the outline. Lord is back with tampon commercial. And i thought it she really had a tampon tampax commercial i was like oh my god. What so i googled it. And i couldn't find a thing and i was like wait. Where's this tampon commercial. But you're like no read the metaphorical. Tampons is yeah. Yeah it's like. And then kyle gillette ad. That's just like identical really. The music video does income this dog by itself. Like it's nice you know but it's like the music videos. Legit looks like venus race or commercial. It does tell you

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"salma" Discussed on Nightly Pop

Nightly Pop

05:47 min | 8 months ago

"salma" Discussed on Nightly Pop

"salma" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

Kisah Alumni

04:06 min | 8 months ago

"salma" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

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"salma" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

Kisah Alumni

08:32 min | 8 months ago

"salma" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

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"salma" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"salma" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Talking about and when i was reading it i mean listening to back and trying to figure out if i can put the pieces together i thought oh my god they must have been so lit because if porsche can you. Cynthia an candy season pros didn't realize they were cameras in the corners that bravo wasn't going to stop rolling them. They must have had so much. Hennessy in was not even funny. And i was right then. Rally put a sentence together. This is what's so crazy. I thought it was male. Strippers the whole story. Where the one that was waiting in the back isn't it was bolo bolo and then like five girls. Yes imported one male and females. But there is a rumor that something goes down between below to the housewife housewives. That's the thing we don't know which housewives down with you how they spoke. I'm going to tell you this off the record. I'm not so this may spoke in code the whole time at the wedding so i don't know who the house are but there are rumors online. There's a lot of speculation. That i think i know who it is but i'm going to wait until cry at heirs to see what really happens really happens but are we going to really see what and this is the thing when the cameras are reality. You can't go unless you're one of the producers executive producers say. Hey don't show that don't cut that you have no power it. Those cameras were running and they caught something they caught it. Good luck yeah. You can't eat. Bravo bravo bravo. He loves you. Can you say that will happen. Ready rabbit look at looted ready. The the problem is now that house. I think when you're a housewife and you watch other seasons. Come before you back in the day. I feel like you could talk to an executive producer. Get any cohen of the phone. And kinda sorta make deal about how you want something to come out or i would do this in exchange for this but now they're bravo has broken the fourth wall. We saw it in beverly hills. We saw it in atlanta they. They don't care zero. You're absolutely what's good television episode episode outside day. I'm watching oc watching your instagram stories about that. We'll be live tweeting this weight staying with the housewives. Teresa jude is is on fire. She's been through so much recently but now she's got a hot new man poss- the new season of jersey is going to be wild.

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Clare Crawley and Dale Moss Were Spotted Holding Hands After Their Messy Breakup

Daily Pop

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Clare Crawley and Dale Moss Were Spotted Holding Hands After Their Messy Breakup

"Let's talk claire and dell. They split just a few weeks ago. And the break-up was messy now there have been sightings. I've been hanging out in florida. Do we really think these two could get back together. Yes absolutely you. I have friends that. Go back and forth to their excess. I've done it. I think we've all unless you're a person who's like that's it. I cut him off. Got some friends who cut their and they do not go back no matter what but this couple seems like toxic. I mean what do you really think you really feel about daily. I always tell people don't decisions about your relationship when you're hungry when you're tired win in a pandemic because you will start to second guess where the you really feel their way or if it's the pandemic that's causing you to think that way. I think that we probably got the clare in dallas situation. Ron i think the two had split up probably before he went to new york and probably before he was spotted with that girl. I don't think there was any fidelity. Did her dirty publicly. he basically broke up with her on the internet. It's like the now twenty twenty one of breaking someone on a post it note like visitors not okay and she found out when we found out that that's will remember. I'm going to believe claire. Because she's a she's my age and we are mature and in control of our relationship narrative. That is exactly what happened. She wasn't happy about it but clearly it wasn't enough to turn her off of the relationship because here she is again. I just wanna order. Friends are saying. That's what a shot because if you call them go back your friends don't wanna hear about it. You talk and talk and what he did to me and the next thing you know i cut people off if you have a toxic relationship and i have been through it for cycle one. Two three and seven at eight. I have to draw boundaries. Because then you're talk. Society is coming into my leg with your girlfriend but let's put ourselves in their predicament. We're talking about a man who went on a show met. A woman got engaged after three or four weeks have known each other and then went into lockdown with that person. I don't care who you are whether you were together for a year years or five years before you got engaged. Somebody's gonna get cold feet at some point during that time go on a cruise ship with somebody who just see what happens more people that break up after going on cruises to gather you're locked up and you're like you know i got to know that person way too. Well yes. I think it's the opposite. I feel like corentin. Yes i think it can either break you up and you're done because it pushes fast forward on the relationship right so you're in quarantine. I hate this person or if you haven't had a lot of time together which they did not corentin could have been the best thing for their relationship because now they get to spend all all of this if they were right for each other. I don't think these two long term right for each other. But i think that quarantines should have been the best for

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"salma" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"salma" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Doctor. Isabel Clemens. Brain box simulations, ugly, simulated worlds to generate appreciation for the real woman. Why am I not remembering any of this? Don't worry about it Don't know. Most people say ignorance is please. But I say you have to experience the good my sounds interesting to me and I like both Owen Wilson and Salma Hayek. Yeah, I wish this were better. It's in a matrix style movie. If you know what I mean, but played in a much lighter way, although it has a serious point to make. Uh, it's about simulated reality, and it opens in the present contemporary world where Owen Wilson is a sad sack office worker. And he meets this strange woman played by Selma Hayek, who is telekinetic but who also gives him telekinetic powers and then tells him that he comes from an alternate reality to which they then travel back. Turns out they're both scientists there. It's a paradise. And the world he had been living in is an entirely simulated one. Now why they created this simulated world is really kind of stupid to be perfectly honest with you. But nonetheless, the whole point of the movie is that Owen Wilson, despite how wonderful the world he actually lives in, it is, is nonetheless kind of nostalgic for some of the things he's left behind. In the imperfectly world that we first found him in, including a simulated daughter, whom he Mrs on. So the question is, Is he going to go back to it? In spite of all its imperfections? This comes from a fellow named Mike Cahill, who loves these stories about doubles. He made a previous SciFi movie called another Planet in which a second Earth's appeared, Uh, it was a much smaller film than this one is But it was a better film than this. One is. This film appears only on Amazon Prime, by the way, bliss on, I don't know really. Whether it's worth anybody's time. Go watch the Matrix. Instead, it's much more energetic and enjoyable. On the way we have another check of our traffic and weather and w v P and then more news and sports the day with Dennis Martin W B A P News time is 6 57..

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"salma" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"salma" Discussed on Z104

"Boobs really rattled. I have a shadow crosses mine what it takes to Yeah, with with with Doesn't help, huh? Him. Thank you. Ahh! Shit! What will you do with it? Busy. Morning soup presents sex beyond the sea Celebrity dirt. HBO thinks you will watch a TV show about talking boobs. They're probably right. Salma Hayek is producing a show for HBO Max about talking boobs. It's called.

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Salma Hayek admits Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish act fooled her

Kinda Cute Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Salma Hayek admits Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish act fooled her

"Salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing.

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Salma Hayek on Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish heritage scandal

Kinda Cute Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

Salma Hayek on Hilaria Baldwin's Spanish heritage scandal

"It has been too long since we've talked about hilaria baldwin aka fake spanish. Mom married to alec baldwin. Really i stand by being being my favorite pop. Culture story of twenty twenty just brought me so much joy now. I am so shocked. That salma hayek actually commented on this. So salma hayek played alec. Baldwin's love interest on thirty rock for a little while. And there's a lot of rumors that he was into salma in real life and like tried to get with her and people were saying that lari was kind of like this low budge. What's the word like a dupe for salma. Hayek because he couldn't get the real thing. Yeah beside- besides saw mike. So that's why. I find selma commenting on this. Particularly noteworthy and quotes are incredible. So she said this when she was on. Andy cohen's i. I'm sorry i don't remember. It was his podcast or watch. What happens live. But i think her quotes are incredible and very understanding. Probably more understanding than i would be if some was just straight up appropriating. My culture like but again. I can't put myself in her shoes. I would have no idea what that would feel like. But this is what she said. We all lie a little bit. She makes my friend happy. She fooled me because she's such a good mother. She has five kids. And you know. I don't care it makes me feel proud. That people are inspired. I think she's smart to to be spanish. We're cool you know. We all create our own character in life. I mean this might be extreme okay. But i don't care she's not a bad person she's a good person a good mother a good wife. She my friend happy. She's very kind to me. And that's all i care about. I'm sorry i don't mean to portray hurt anybody's feelings. And i don't know if it's right or if it's wrong i'm not gonna judge somebody just because of that one thing. Well first off. I had to say she is really right about spanish. People being cool. I wish i had been born as a spanish person. I love spain. Really i mean again. I'm like choose only been to like three cities in spain now. That sounds obnoxious. I was gonna make well. I'm that but she's only been like barcelona and then i'm like wait. I've been to madrid and sons. Boss john too. I can't just. I just i've been a visa to fuck i sound. I sound awful okay. I love spain period. If i ever do get married. Or if i just throw myself and elaborate party which i am prone to do It will be in spain. Everyone likes talk about italy in a little italy leading. No spain where it's for me. It's my favorite country. So bottom line. Salma hayek is right spanish people or coal period

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"salma" Discussed on The Leadership Talks

The Leadership Talks

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"salma" Discussed on The Leadership Talks

"My name is sandra maria. The leadership talks. Today's episode is with salma el hariri and halo gobber. Ceo of caleb shire's and west summit conscious. Thank you so much. Well come good morning. Good morning review lonely. Our topic today is genius at ease and we want to invite everyone. Just wanna establish three things when you talk about genius. There is something around those people that we would call calm magnetism. We often see it's an exceptional talent or skills. Something beyond everyone else can. Do you must be a prodigy on only then you can do but we all have this brilliance. It's a unique gift. It's your genius. It's an invitation that you can use or not use. It's personal what am i really. And what is my work here. And that is a very personal thing. I've seen what you've all builds an thank you for inviting me here. There is a clarity of purpose for me. It seems there's a lot of alignment of And actions that would love to just hand over to both of you. Who wants to pick up explaining to us a little bit the flow. How you got here. When i think it's been a very Story of really understanding who. I am as a person. I think in my teens i struggled with who i am because i was. I was had many talents and many gifts and quite early in sometimes for people. It's a blessing to me. It's a blessing. It's also sometimes occurs because you're good at a lot of things when you're good at a lot of things you tend to you know in life you wanna belong tundra and and you're trying to find your tribe you're trying to find the people who are like and when you look around and you're like making deeper and those people are may be different from one another maybe you connect with them on a much deeper level but then they don't connect with one another and so you're like am i those or am i am. I r- video though is and i think it really started from the question of who am i and trying to really understand that trying to like. He'll the layers one. After the other year over year. I think even the journey of you're going to san francisco is a journey of getting out of my space. You know this face. That was the comfort space. You know what. I was mayor with my hometown. My parents my friends at school. The things i love to do. I think i really had to go to the unknown. In order for me to be able to really discover who am i as a person and at times it was really an outwardly facing question so i kinda like no go out in the world then go to a lot of and try to connect with a lot of people to figure out who is really my tribe like what am i. What am i really doing in this world. And i think that was i would say struggle. That really got me here. And i'm extremely blessed at times. People were like. Why are you even doing this. That would be going to a lot of events like between classes. Doing my masters go to many events. And i meet people have many conversations with different people and it was just a creole t of figuring out those little stories of other people and how they actually made their genius happen how they discovered themselves what they eat how they sleep why they do what they do. It's in those stories of other people in the purpose of other people that are actually found myself as well and and then i had to stop. I think i had an accident around two thousand sixteen so this outwardly. Pursuit was the pursued. The journey that i was in really trying to focus outwardly on that question traveling from one place to the other going to one event to the other speaking to many people really trying to understand why am i think it's after the accident. I realized that all of those answers are within. They were never outside. You know they were never outside. I'm extremely blessed to have gone to those events and happenings and met those people because again those people are how i brought them together to the vested summit with helical taylor and building that community but at that time of course i did not know that that was going to happen that time i was really trying to figure out why amazon person and then you know the accident happened and the word conscious started really popping up here and there in my life it was the only thing i had this like a really deadly accident. You know for months. I could not be on a screen One of my eyes was kind of like shut in the the other. I kinda like had to rest most of the day. It was really a head injury in neck injury. That was i was like most of my head was just in so much pain that was very very troubling to actually do anything but just to be with myself and i think in that column space in that force. Forcedly come space which i'm thankful. I think that the universe has brought to me is really where the of and the blossoming of con- cystic became and really marrying the consciousness with technology with the work that i have already been doing in the world. I think that's really the answer of like how i got here. Cow i traveled outside my comfort zone and then when back again inside and found home in my own body in my own self and found the home and that really felt like according beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing allowing us to witness your story from what you just said. It's a lot of bringing everything together now and building it within four a community bridge over to halo an ask her also how she got here. Yeah sure i think it was number one curiosity everything that i came across so i do remember throughout my life ever since i was in school. Actually that i always see opportunities as as opportunities like whatever comes my way. I just jump with my head into it. I think that was surely out of curiosity of what this opportunity might give me. Might add to me of always had an interest of some development for sure so a lot of those also opportunities that show themselves. My way was i. Think god's also offering to me to quite a black and for me to accept all of us. I think it's helped push my growth so much. It helped me raise the certain values that i'm operating from right now and i think i surprised myself into.

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Reward for missing Fort Hood soldier raised to $50,000

Charlie Parker

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Reward for missing Fort Hood soldier raised to $50,000

"The U. S. army is upping a reward for help in finding a missing soldier in Texas the U. S. army criminal investigation command now offering twenty five thousand dollars for information on the whereabouts of missing Fort Hood soldier private first class the Nestle Gideon stars and stripes is that reward has been doubled to fifty thousand dollars by the league of United Latin American citizens the twenty year old hasn't been seen since April twenty second actress Salma Hayek's taken it upon herself to help in the search posting on social media that the privates mother is claiming he and I complained of getting sexually harassed by a sergeant the army says more than one hundred fifty people have been interviewed about the case

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"salma" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"salma" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Her even actress Salma Hayek has been on her Instagram account trying to help get the word out about the nest a grueling so we'll talk about this story in just a second along with traffic in your forecast on your wake up call here's a little something that big tax resolution companies probably won't tell you and that's if you owe a small amount of money in taxes you don't really need help you can handle that yourself with the IRS but if you owe more than twenty five thousand dollars you'll need expert help and that's what you get from victory tax lawyers at victory tax lawyers you're free consultation is done by an attorney with over ten years of experience and your entire case is handled by an experienced attorney I invite you to scrutinize their website at victory tax law dot com read their five star reviews on yelp Google and with the better business bureau and call them at eight six six six forty zero six forty the consultation is free and you know what if they can't help you they won't take your case so there is nothing to lose put that IRS debt behind you call victory tax lawyers at eight six six six forty zero six forty or check them out at victory tax law dot com the MemorialCare Todd Cancer Institute at Long Beach Medical Center offers innovative cancer treatments in a caring environment its newest addition is the very edge radiosurgery system the fastest and most precise radiation treatment available MemorialCare dot org slash cancer you suck out whether is brought to you by MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center here is your first alert forecast it's going to be a cooler day with highs in the seventies and eighties skies will be cloudy early then gradually become sunny watch out for gusty winds in the desert they could reach up to thirty five miles per hour this is been led delay on with NBC forced today in the language checking out a crash on the five the seller on the southbound five before the two ten two correct picks or the two left lanes so your drive is affected.

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"salma" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"salma" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Actress Salma Hayek also joined the chorus of voices looking for the twenty year old Vanessa by posting it on her social media to her fifteen million followers we'll check traffic and weather coming up next for more information about the corona virus and how to keep yourself safe with your trusted radio news source for the latest developments WBZ Boston news radio WBZ gets results for thousands of New England businesses if you want to grow your business listen to this this is Joe paling from post road carpet one of Acton you're probably familiar with this line it begins when you look at the floor you think Lupita freshen up this place post road carpet one of acting is a family run business since nineteen seventy six for one of the largest floor covering stores New England servicing customers all over the region visit our eighteen thousand square foot show room featuring pre finished hardwood carpet area rugs luxury vinyl tile and hunter Douglas blinds visit us online at post pro cop one of acting dot com WBZ has helped grow our business for more than fifteen years and we look forward to an extended relationship post road carpet one covers floors WBZ covers New England when you come into our show room mention that you heard a radio ad and receive an extra ten percent off post road carpet one of actin dot com for advertising information call seven eight one six six three twenty five twenty six or go to WBZ ten thirty dot com in four H. they believe in the power of young people right now for ages welcoming back their alumni to help empower more kids with the same experience that taught them responsibility compassion and the value of hard work raise your hand to stay connected and help grow more true leaders at four dash H. dot org slash raise your hand raise your hand and pay it forward to learn about volunteering or to donate visit four dash eight dot org weather together Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes it is through a twelve twenty three and happening right now downtown airport tunnels no delays but careful on.

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Why do Muslim women wear burkas?

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:38 min | 2 years ago

Why do Muslim women wear burkas?

"It is of course generally the case that women were is discussed an judged in a way that what men were is not that discussion and judgment is exponentially more intense. Certainly in the Western world where what? Muslim women were is concerned. To the extent that roughly nine hundred million women of wildly various nationalities cultures beliefs backgrounds at cetera often reduced to one garment. Which almost none of them. Actually wear a corrective now exists in the form of. It's not about the Burka. An Anthology of essays by Muslim women writers activists poets and more including two monocle twenty four contributors some Danny and Yasmin Abdelmajid. It's not about the Burka subtitled Muslim women. On faith feminism sexuality and race is edited by Mariam Con. I spoke to marry him at Midori. House earlier before we get into the contents of it's not about the Burka of let's start with the title of it because intern. Certainly if the way that the you know I don't need to tell you this but in terms of the way that the media discusses Muslim women in particular it has become about the Burka. Why do you think that is why the fascination with this one garment not really worn by that many Muslim women? I think it's many things I if I'm honest. But it's also so so many things being it's easy to use of lead or perpetuate or portray a group of people. If you say everyone is like this one thing everyone does one thing whereas one thing so it's that also we live in a patriarchal society so it's very much this obsession with women or women just in general and their bodies and having power over them and what they can win what they can't wear so very much From all sides within the Muslim community outside of it though I would argue that the Birkat narrative has been built on the outside of within the western sphere And so yeah that's where it comes from and to the reason that is not about the backer is it's not about the back is because back when me and my publisher looked into. It is the most politicized Tom. Or what around Masuma if you type in Muslim women burqas most likely unless it's changed in the last year year and a half and I very much doubt that with our current prime minister continuing tests? Fallas stereotypes I would. It's dillistone such Tom. Even though I can't I can't remember the stops for the UK Whitley but for France which banned the buck When they were in that legislation there was only about two thousand women wearing the buck in the whole sixty million population of the country. So I find that. Really curious that people feel the need to Control and portray missing minute specific way and it's just easier to control a bunch of people if you say everyone's this one traditionally submissive type of way so the idea is presumably then that it's not about. The Burke is a corrective to that. You get several female. Muslim writers to write about being female Muslims. If you want a show and say yes if you want the longer answer we live in a society that is capitalist on. You need to sell a market audience. Something they can recognize on the you know the Shannon's and the the you know Giles's and the Tom's need-we to recognize a narrative that has been built around Muslim women and it's not about the backyard the buck is what they recognize about. Masud women think. Oh this is great. It's going to be exactly what I know completely does the opposite so that very much. I didn't go into it. Thinking this book was not called. It's not about the bucket from inception. actually hated figuring out a title. It was the worst part of the entire process. I can guarantee you that And it was kind of a very bitter bitter part for me because I came to this realization that regardless of whether I wanted to or not I would have to undo a narrative that I played no part in creating So I did it by literally giving them the title and thought well the books not going to give you anything about. Boko the job. How did you go about assembling your roster of contributors very much so Research and People often think it was me and a bunch of Friends. Very much was not This is me literally so really trying to reach out to as many of women as I could from different spaces and spheres age-groups coaches religious practice within the Muslim community And saying Hey. I'm doing this thing. Would you like to be a part of and there wasn't any special person? It was literally just research googling and speaking different seen who they were influenced by as well and so so people like Yasmin Abdelmajid. Everything that happened with her in Australia was a huge thing and I had been following that and I really love the way that she carried herself but she was honest integrity. And then Salma Donnie. And Her TEDTALK mcquay regular voices. On nautical twenty four hours and. They are very powerful with that. Voice is an apologetic. And I knew I wanted that. But then I also didn't want this book to be a collection of known voices or without form. So then you know respectfully not to say the EPA didn't have platforms or even an audience but they weren't as well known Osama and Yasmin. Russell people like Jamila Heckman. Who writes about a struggle with mental health and You know the part that I wish you talked about was how she believed.

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#DignidadLiteraria Was Never About Just One Book

Latino Rebels Radio

09:04 min | 2 years ago

#DignidadLiteraria Was Never About Just One Book

"Roberto Lovato welcome back to Latino rebels radio we Brian. How are you a Actually I think this is my first. I did it program once I remember. Yeah I had you on before yes I did. I've had you on before. Okay you're right you're right. I'm just so tired. What puts the pause button on the bus? who leads to an Latino rebels campaign? You know. We're good we're good. We are so good. I'm so happy to have you back. Listen for those people. That don't know what they need. That lead that idea is can. Can you just begin to break it down for people that may be have not been following. What's gone on in the literary world mostly New York World of the last last couple of weeks so tell us about? What is it about that idea that is that you guys are doing well? I'm a I'm a student of social movements. Yes and I try to be a practitioner every so often and so I think I can. We can legitimately say that we have a social movement because we have a victory in the victory came about after McMillan flat iron. Her books decided to publish along with people. In Hollywood and Oprah Winfrey to push the book called American dirt as what Sanders he's narrows caused not just the great great American novel. But the great novel of lasts America's right to that effect so would all that promotion that you gave the book that resembled a marvel comics launch. You know the way they do. These multi-platform launches with multimillion dollar budgets. On made it a big deal and so when Miriam Gerbo my colleague and Dini that Talia terrarium defacto kind of leader of US spiritual leader in this. This is an and other leader of us in his She wrote a scathing essay that was rejected by MS magazine and so she decided in her own unique way with their own unique unique voice to call out the novel for what it was which was a cartoon of of of a Latino experience trying to be so to us as a great work of Literature on power with gotta see a Marcus and Gabriela Mistral. Row after Lanyo I mean I just. I still have a hard time trying to put put the name. Janine comments next to that. Yeah so that really moves that when I saw Mary. I'm just say I I was moved in a lot of us. Were moved to action and it moved. W Bose as well who is on top of this and together. We came to form the united idea which talk about is about Nothing less than the insertion of the Latino voice in the national conversation of the United States right now. We're focused on you know in the inclusion of our voices in US literature as expressed in the number of books the number of writers the number of editors the number the people in the media ecology the number of right. You know critics all of which if you look at the numbers are are pathetically low abysmally hello and so So yeah we're about as our name says about our dignity and we have measures of dignity for corporations like Macmillan or flatiron books as well as for critics as well as our own people. What constitutes dignity and so for example? I've been using the the frame very consciously of the decline in Florida the Folkloric Industrial Complex of Latino Literature. ooh What does that mean it means is basically that the as constructed in US literature you get a book contract two degrees you dance. Mambo Salsa a Ranchera 's dress recipe over and and you start you know dancing wight gays right on event. Here in New York is called Tom is about Latinos in the white gays. And the way the whitegate shapes us through the publishing industry so some that have chosen to kind kinda throw on their colorful clothing and act in ways that are safely an expectedly Latino done. That's what I mean by the decline and fall of the Folkloric Co Industrial Complex of Latino Literature. So the question for us. You're in New York this week. You guys had a press conference anyone that wants to follow the American dirt issue We talked to medium good about two weeks ago. My colleague Maria Hinojosa Doodo media did a did a one hour. MPR Latino USA that everyone needs to listen to I actually wrote about the white gays for NBC News So you mentioned the white Gazeau what what happened. You said this is a victory. So what exactly happened this week for you to say that this was a victory. Well let me describe describe the campaign because one of my roles was very much involved in the design and implementation of the strategy that got us to you meet with one of the titans of US Global Publishing McMillan and it's an imprint flatiron. The publisher let me show American dirt so to get there. You have the explosion of energy around American people criticize the content and the writer and all. Aw Ridiculous and actually really racist marketing of it. When you have for example the now infamous? Barb wire centerpieces at a lobster ops to dinner to celebrate American Dirt Bran Janine comments from an organizing perspective. Did her part to be the gift that they kept on giving from an organizing perspective but that that that energy kind was focused on the book and on her and some of US realize well in we need to kind of pivot this and so our first pivot was to start questioning one of the Thai another Titan in US Latino US publishing and Literature Oprah Winfrey Honor Book Club which has spread definitive role in pumping this book up to be something of Steinbeck Ian of an epic. I mean. It's almost like they've been trying to make it to be homer's Iliad of our time for for Latinos when it was written by this woman who has friends who paint their fingernails with with barbed wire and stuff. So you know we always sort of realize we don't need to focus on her any more her book and she herself has done the damage and they're going to go do their thing but what came out of this explosion was the realization of the crisis in. US is publishing especially as it Threat as it relates to Latinos in the United States who have fewer than one hundred and fifty books about what is published by US per year when you have thousands of books published every year so so then we started many of his questioning Oprah Winfrey in her in her promotion of this. She didn't seem to listen to the beginning. And then little by little. We started catching her attention. was that of other. People like Salma Hayek who admitted publicly that a picture that she took and south that she put online with her promoting. The book was actually Fake News. Because she didn't even read the book right. That's right so you have this explosion of energy now. Starting to focus going on oprah going to oprah only to bring more attention and momentum to it because we had by this time we had already sent a letter to McMillan and flatiron books saying that. We wanted to meet with him to discuss how we were going to try to remedy this matter and take the conversation in a more productive a place for all of us right so they responded immediately they wanted to be with us and we agreed into an are meeting was last Monday. And after some back and forth An- Anna realization. That we weren't going anywhere and that we have a mass ask very incredible amount of power in our community. That's there for us to to to work with. They agreed along along with us to a plan that includes a very measurable into you know indicators of the numbers of employees is not just a flat iron but throughout the the Macmillan ecosystem marketers editors and other people involved in the decision fusion making process. That brings you literature in the United States. So this is this is a major victory in that

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In Mozambique, Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change

Short Wave

09:49 min | 2 years ago

In Mozambique, Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change

"Okay. So so you visited a country that doesn't have super great meteorological data and there are a lot of countries that have this issue but I chose Mozambique and Southern Africa. Okay why sound sound well. Mozambique is a good example of a place where you don't have great weather data and you're dealing with the effects of climate change in a really obvious way so there's -ceptable bowl to cyclones to droughts and floods there's a very long coastline a big river delta and Mozambique was hit by two big cyclones. Last year they're experiencing a drought this year. So yeah it's a place where these issues are front and center. So what does that actually look like for meteorologists in Mozambique. They basically can't can't tell what the weather's going to be is that right. Yeah not that accurately at least so to see how it unfolds. I went to visit Mozambique's National Institute of Meteorology and I hung out with the lead meteorologist Cossio Tampa Bay will. He did his job for morning and on the day I went. It was actually a good example because there was rain in the forecast which is normal and the capital Maputo where we were is pretty flood-prone like if it gets maybe an inch and a half of rain some of the streets will flood. Oh that's not a lot. Yeah not a lot not good so with rain in the forecast while I was there is just sitting at his computer. He has all these tabs open and he is looking at weather maps from Europe from Japan from the US Navy from from the US National Oceanic Administration like up the road here thousands of miles away and he's just like going through these tabs and trying to figure out what's going to happen the resolution of the maps looking at over Mozambique. It's not that great like it's just like big things of clouds over the whole country yet. No it's not good. Yeah Yeah it makes his job super hard so like on this particular day he wanted to know when it would rain and how much but instead all he could really say was that it was going to read some amount sometime sometime in the afternoon in some parts of the area around the capital which is not enough information. If you WanNa like close roots or make sure that people aren't endanger Moose and he told me like right now. We are using global models but what we need is a weather. Model all our own for Mozambique's with better resolution because the weather threats are getting more severe weather threats are we talking about so he's specifically talking about whether other that's worse because the climate is changing. He was really explicit about that. So for example the two cyclones that hit this ear. Cyclones can happen in a normal year right without climate change. But it's a lot more likely you'll get two big storms forming when you're with climate change got US Earth Guitar and if you're a Cossio Temba you're sitting in your office. He and his colleagues were not able to tell where the worst flooding from those storms was going to happen until after they made landfall right right and then at that point it's too late. You're not you're just fixing things instead of trying to prevent things from being damaged or people exactly which is not where you want to be. So what do they need. Well you need better weather forecasting and that means you need two things need better data about what is happening and you need better computer models about what could happen in the future. And I talked to the scientists in Maputo in the capital who basically trains all of the meteorologist's Mozambique he works at the university. Edward Mondlane University city there. His name is Antonio Chaos and he is very focused on the first thing the data itself used to say garbage in garbage out about the model itself doesn't solve anything he's talking about better raw local measurements about like wind and humidity and rain like really basic stuff and Gnat is something that we really take for granted in the US Africa as a continent maybe excluding little bits of Africa discussed the of metrological skull daytime even on the continent side. And it's worse when you go to oceanside oceanside he's talking about the data that's actually collected along the coast out at sea which is where cyclones forum. It's where a lot of whether comes from and there is just not a lot of reliable local data there. Are there any efforts to to fix that to get more more data. Yeah so there's this one example that I think really encapsulates what's going on. So in the early two thousands Mozambique's government and the World Bank Anthony at this German company came together and they installed to weather radar stations on the coast of Mozambique and one of the two towers was in the town of shot which is only like three hours from the capital. And I was going there anyway. I wanted to see it because I had heard that the president himself cut the ribbon when it was opened in two thousand four presidents love to cut ribbons. No matter where you are they love it. So I visit this place and the guy who unlocks the gate for me. Is this this Guy Salomao mouse and he's the janitor for the local meteorology office and for years. He has been walking like three miles up this hill to dust. Sweep and keep it clean. Can we go inside your body red ladder you into a hole in the ceiling. Can you hear that. You're very echoey dome and telescope sort of And it looks fine but Salam mouse tells me this story. While we're standing up there in the dark it goes like like this so the radar is installed into four and before that people in this area and he's from here they didn't take the weather forecast very seriously because often they were wrong so like when there was flooding predicted people would just stay in their homes. Leave their cattle out in the low lying fields and often bad things would what happened so then in two thousand eight four years after the radars installed. There's the storm and there's heavy rain and there's wind in the local meteorologists can see from the radar data that the storm is stalled. Like it's not moving and so they put out a warning they're like. Hey guys be careful. The storm is not over. It's going to be like two to three days. Do not go out. Like don't go to areas and they were right okay and people were super impressed. Like Salma Mouse Remembers people saying like were you talking to God with that thing. Oh okay wow so yeah this radar made people really really proud proud good but then shortly after that the radar started to malfunction. That's what they do they do that. They're they're really hard to keep calibrated. And it's extra hard when you're not in place that's had radar in the past. There's not one of expertise in the area. The company that made it was from Germany and like local technicians. Didn't necessarily fairly heavily expertise they needed or the parts and in the end this particular radar towers. It stopped working altogether around twenty thirteen. And what really kills kills me is like mouse. Janitor has been keeping it clean anyway ever since like going there every few days gotta have imagine. That's like extremely frustrating right. He's like maintaining you keeping it clean like ready for somebody to come in there but he has no idea if and when somebody's GonNa actually make it work again yeah. I asked him this because I was driving up the wall and he was like of course it does yes. It is extremely annoying and he still hopes it'll start working again. Yeah so if it if it doesn't start working again is weather radar in that area. The only way meteorologists can get information about the local weather or is there something else else that they can do. Yeah that's the big question and a lot of meteorologists and climate scientists. I talked to you about this issue. They said that in the long term for places like Mozambique the better option maybe satellite data. There are already whether satellites up there in orbit collecting information about a lot of the world. And if you could just get that information mission to the people that need it it might be a better source. But it's an enormous amount of data. That's coming down. So you need great Internet. You need computing power so you need more training for the people who actually going to use this data plus you need a better weather models put it all into and all of that is super expensive and and I think we all know that governments generally don't have lots of cash around just waiting to be invested in science generally speaking no look the science slush fund. It hasn't been something that you know. I mean we're doing all right over here but it's not great. Yeah exactly and Mozambique is no different like Muslim because not a rich country they do not. I have a ton of money lying around to like totally upgrade their weather systems or they would have already done it and every time. There's a disaster. That's more money out the door or to help with the immediate recovery which is important but it's a vicious cycle exactly and actually the Paris climate agreement has something built into it to help countries Lake Mozambique deal with the effects of climate change and prepare for the future. It's called capacity building and it's a mechanism that's supposed to have richer countries the countries countries that historically contributed the most climate change. Help foot the bill for smaller countries countries. That didn't contributed so much to climate change to prepare right and I feel like that's just going to be a question that keeps coming up kind of over and over which is who should shoulder the burden for the challenges that are caused by climate. Change right yeah yeah yeah. It's really hard question. And there's what should happen and there's what is happening to like up until now. Even though most countries say they agree with the idea that richer countries the help foot the bill the actual not of money changing hands is relatively small higher Rebecca Hersher. I appreciate you appreciate you

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In Mozambique, Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change

Short Wave

09:49 min | 2 years ago

In Mozambique, Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change

"Okay. So so you visited a country that doesn't have super great meteorological data and there are a lot of countries that have this issue but I chose Mozambique and Southern Africa. Okay why sound sound well. Mozambique is a good example of a place where you don't have great weather data and you're dealing with the effects of climate change in a really obvious way so there's -ceptable bowl to cyclones to droughts and floods there's a very long coastline a big river delta and Mozambique was hit by two big cyclones. Last year they're experiencing a drought this year. So yeah it's a place where these issues are front and center. So what does that actually look like for meteorologists in Mozambique. They basically can't can't tell what the weather's going to be is that right. Yeah not that accurately at least so to see how it unfolds. I went to visit Mozambique's National Institute of Meteorology and I hung out with the lead meteorologist Cossio Tampa Bay will. He did his job for morning and on the day I went. It was actually a good example because there was rain in the forecast which is normal and the capital Maputo where we were is pretty flood-prone like if it gets maybe an inch and a half of rain some of the streets will flood. Oh that's not a lot. Yeah not a lot not good so with rain in the forecast while I was there is just sitting at his computer. He has all these tabs open and he is looking at weather maps from Europe from Japan from the US Navy from from the US National Oceanic Administration like up the road here thousands of miles away and he's just like going through these tabs and trying to figure out what's going to happen the resolution of the maps looking at over Mozambique. It's not that great like it's just like big things of clouds over the whole country yet. No it's not good. Yeah Yeah it makes his job super hard so like on this particular day he wanted to know when it would rain and how much but instead all he could really say was that it was going to read some amount sometime sometime in the afternoon in some parts of the area around the capital which is not enough information. If you WanNa like close roots or make sure that people aren't endanger Moose and he told me like right now. We are using global models but what we need is a weather. Model all our own for Mozambique's with better resolution because the weather threats are getting more severe weather threats are we talking about so he's specifically talking about whether other that's worse because the climate is changing. He was really explicit about that. So for example the two cyclones that hit this ear. Cyclones can happen in a normal year right without climate change. But it's a lot more likely you'll get two big storms forming when you're with climate change got US Earth Guitar and if you're a Cossio Temba you're sitting in your office. He and his colleagues were not able to tell where the worst flooding from those storms was going to happen until after they made landfall right right and then at that point it's too late. You're not you're just fixing things instead of trying to prevent things from being damaged or people exactly which is not where you want to be. So what do they need. Well you need better weather forecasting and that means you need two things need better data about what is happening and you need better computer models about what could happen in the future. And I talked to the scientists in Maputo in the capital who basically trains all of the meteorologist's Mozambique he works at the university. Edward Mondlane University city there. His name is Antonio Chaos and he is very focused on the first thing the data itself used to say garbage in garbage out about the model itself doesn't solve anything he's talking about better raw local measurements about like wind and humidity and rain like really basic stuff and Gnat is something that we really take for granted in the US Africa as a continent maybe excluding little bits of Africa discussed the of metrological skull daytime even on the continent side. And it's worse when you go to oceanside oceanside he's talking about the data that's actually collected along the coast out at sea which is where cyclones forum. It's where a lot of whether comes from and there is just not a lot of reliable local data there. Are there any efforts to to fix that to get more more data. Yeah so there's this one example that I think really encapsulates what's going on. So in the early two thousands Mozambique's government and the World Bank Anthony at this German company came together and they installed to weather radar stations on the coast of Mozambique and one of the two towers was in the town of shot which is only like three hours from the capital. And I was going there anyway. I wanted to see it because I had heard that the president himself cut the ribbon when it was opened in two thousand four presidents love to cut ribbons. No matter where you are they love it. So I visit this place and the guy who unlocks the gate for me. Is this this Guy Salomao mouse and he's the janitor for the local meteorology office and for years. He has been walking like three miles up this hill to dust. Sweep and keep it clean. Can we go inside your body red ladder you into a hole in the ceiling. Can you hear that. You're very echoey dome and telescope sort of And it looks fine but Salam mouse tells me this story. While we're standing up there in the dark it goes like like this so the radar is installed into four and before that people in this area and he's from here they didn't take the weather forecast very seriously because often they were wrong so like when there was flooding predicted people would just stay in their homes. Leave their cattle out in the low lying fields and often bad things would what happened so then in two thousand eight four years after the radars installed. There's the storm and there's heavy rain and there's wind in the local meteorologists can see from the radar data that the storm is stalled. Like it's not moving and so they put out a warning they're like. Hey guys be careful. The storm is not over. It's going to be like two to three days. Do not go out. Like don't go to areas and they were right okay and people were super impressed. Like Salma Mouse Remembers people saying like were you talking to God with that thing. Oh okay wow so yeah this radar made people really really proud proud good but then shortly after that the radar started to malfunction. That's what they do they do that. They're they're really hard to keep calibrated. And it's extra hard when you're not in place that's had radar in the past. There's not one of expertise in the area. The company that made it was from Germany and like local technicians. Didn't necessarily fairly heavily expertise they needed or the parts and in the end this particular radar towers. It stopped working altogether around twenty thirteen. And what really kills kills me is like mouse. Janitor has been keeping it clean anyway ever since like going there every few days gotta have imagine. That's like extremely frustrating right. He's like maintaining you keeping it clean like ready for somebody to come in there but he has no idea if and when somebody's GonNa actually make it work again yeah. I asked him this because I was driving up the wall and he was like of course it does yes. It is extremely annoying and he still hopes it'll start working again. Yeah so if it if it doesn't start working again is weather radar in that area. The only way meteorologists can get information about the local weather or is there something else else that they can do. Yeah that's the big question and a lot of meteorologists and climate scientists. I talked to you about this issue. They said that in the long term for places like Mozambique the better option maybe satellite data. There are already whether satellites up there in orbit collecting information about a lot of the world. And if you could just get that information mission to the people that need it it might be a better source. But it's an enormous amount of data. That's coming down. So you need great Internet. You need computing power so you need more training for the people who actually going to use this data plus you need a better weather models put it all into and all of that is super expensive and and I think we all know that governments generally don't have lots of cash around just waiting to be invested in science generally speaking no look the science slush fund. It hasn't been something that you know. I mean we're doing all right over here but it's not great. Yeah exactly and Mozambique is no different like Muslim because not a rich country they do not. I have a ton of money lying around to like totally upgrade their weather systems or they would have already done it and every time. There's a disaster. That's more money out the door or to help with the immediate recovery which is important but it's a vicious cycle exactly and actually the Paris climate agreement has something built into it to help countries Lake Mozambique deal with the effects of climate change and prepare for the future. It's called capacity building and it's a mechanism that's supposed to have richer countries the countries countries that historically contributed the most climate change. Help foot the bill for smaller countries countries. That didn't contributed so much to climate change to prepare right and I feel like that's just going to be a question that keeps coming up kind of over and over which is who should shoulder the burden for the challenges that are caused by climate. Change right yeah yeah yeah. It's really hard question. And there's what should happen and there's what is happening to like up until now. Even though most countries say they agree with the idea that richer countries the help foot the bill the actual not of money changing hands is relatively small higher Rebecca Hersher. I appreciate you appreciate you

Golden Globes Recap: Ricky Gervais Gets Mean, Joaquin Phoenix Drops F-Bombs

Steve Cochran

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Golden Globes Recap: Ricky Gervais Gets Mean, Joaquin Phoenix Drops F-Bombs

"The golden globes are are people talking about Joaquin Phoenix being in coherent and are they talking about Patricia Arquette and her outfit about lack of outfit I believe it's a lack of making making bad golden globe John what's she was the personification of the golden globes and address that I'm guessing she bought at the the kids store three sizes too small it was extremely tight Salma Hayek I think but her dress at the same place you know what I think most people are talking about is how mean Ricky Jr vase wise well is he always like that though he is yeah I mean the you don't hire Ricky Jr vase and expected to you know be a a comfortable walk in the park but it just seemed like he was extremely in out last night I'm a little ashamed to say I thought it was hilarious and he he was funny there was a lot of believing in his monologue but not as much bleeping as there was during Joaquin Phoenix's speech he he you on a on a good day you can understand what Joaquin Phoenix's saying when they believe every

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Meghan Markle Is a Guest Editor for British Vogue

Ben Maller

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Meghan Markle Is a Guest Editor for British Vogue

"Meghan Markle is in the news and for kind of a cool reason she has revealed what she's actually been working on for the past seven months she's had a secret project that no one's known about and it turns out she will be the September issue of the British vogue she is the first ever editor in a guest editor basically they're calling her guest editor in chief and so the September issue of every fashion magazine is the biggest issue of the year and so British vogue is of course no you know no different and so she has it should be it's called forces of change and it features a guy a candid conversations between Meghan Markle and a lot of different women that she's interviewed including former First Lady Michelle Obama and she said these last seven months have been a rewarding process curating and collaborating and with British vogue's editor in chief and to take the year's most read fashion issue and steer its focus to the values causes and people making impact on the world today and it's kind of an interesting mix of people this is the first time this has been done in the one hundred and three year history of British vogue the Jane Goodall is interviewed by prince Harry in this in this issue there are a group of actors models politicians authors advocates for for everything from diversity in mental health to climate change voting rights things like that there are also articles written by Bernie brown of course is blowing up all over Instagram right now and on on Netflix people love while listening to her and and motivational speeches Jimmy alleged meal there a lot of others Christy Turlington Salma Hayek lots of names and faces that you'll recognize some that you won't but on the GI Jane Fonda is also listed in there too but lots of inspiring women and that's kind of like the whole focus of it really is just to have all these women highlighted in the magazine in in in a non fashion non model kind of way of a writing background you know Victoria and all that she did for she had a she had a blog that called the Taig and apparently I I wasn't I was not aware of who she was until she started dating prince Harry because I didn't watch suits but apparently she had a cult following on her blog and she would write about food and travel and all kinds of things and and when she shut it down which I guess the the past the Royals mater mater shut it down when she started when she got engaged to prince Harry so this is the first project that she's done that sort of very public like I would make that is just out of put yourself in their room like a fly on the wall somebody who though says the you we don't think it's a good idea to the prince himself say that some now by the protocol Corum or whatever it is huge you know medium medium that you know is in charge of all of that and it makes sense you can't really at I think would be cool if the princess had her own blog where she posted her personal style reliance diaries

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Islamophobia: a 21st-century hatred

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:34 min | 2 years ago

Islamophobia: a 21st-century hatred

"Joining me, first of all, is the writer poet, speaker and contributor to the folly, it's not about the burka, Salma el-watani some welcome to the program. First of all, I think when we're talking about representations of Muslims and Islam in the media of the non-islamic world. It is difficult to know where to begin. I think a place to begin is probably about September twelfth two thousand and one when it strikes me that quite a lot of the western media kind of discovered Islam was that. How do you think it felt to a lot of Muslims? I think so. Yes, because I remember when that happened, I felt, this discernible shift in my life at life changed for me as a Muslim. Living in England. It visibly changed. I felt the shift. Suddenly, we will ask more questions. Suddenly we were asked to validate your existence in this country more, and you could almost appreciate that it would happen in America and not in England, but it traveled overseas. Right. So we were still off to validate are places. I remember if you're growing up Muslim, and you have family members who availed, so I used to whether headscarf, my mother still wears the head scarf. So we were visibly Muslim in the street and a love eggs were throwing eggs thrown us. And after nine eleven there was just more. There was more basin street. There was more things Hilda us because suddenly the media, we're talking about Islam more, and they weren't talking about it, and positive ways it was in direct accord, with what happened over in America. Those incidents of the coin, you're talking about, of course, that's very much people not asking questions. That's people acting on the basis of answers. They've already arrived at themselves. Do you get the sense though in the nearly eighteen years since then that? The media as a whole is learning anything, I want to be a very positive person and say, yes, however. I'm going to level with you. I think we are, perhaps, in one of the most dangerous places that we can be with our representations of Islam and the Islamophobia that the media perpetuates I think we are a place where we're talking about it so much now and we're talking about in ways, we haven't really talked about it, right? As the rise of ISIS has come about, and the Paris bombings and the next event and the next event, and jihadi brides and jihadi person going off here and runaways to Syria, as all of these things constantly hit the headlines which walking about Islam in the press in ways. We even we win in nine eleven pre-nine eleven post nine you think in some respects it's actually getting moose. I think is getting worse. Yeah. I think we're really pivotal point where we're talking about it, but we're not asking questions to find out about learn about it. And I don't think there's any of the community that constantly hit the headlines in such negative ways. So regularly, as Muslims do, do you think any of the point absolutely taken? But there's a kind of inbuilt. Structural fault. If faulted need it is with the news media that all the things that you do mention news, whereas, I guess, the overwhelming majority of Muslims or indeed, any member of any other cohort just sort of getting up and getting on with their day in meaning, no harm to anybody at all isn't news. I'll tell you. I think that is, I think, because all those are the members of other religious communities, generally have representation Muslims. Don't have representation outside of Ana killings and terrorism. That's why we exist. So if someone does want to make a film, and I say representation across literature, of course, media across the arts across government. We don't have that representation. So when you do see a Muslim, in a film, you can bet it's terrorist number night, isn't it? Oh, it's someone at the beginning of a film, who is doing the cool to prayer. So you've got this Elian language coming in, and then that person is then the person that blows up, whatever we've decided to blow up that day there's no Muslim families in sitcoms and dramas in. Films as Muslim characters that generally exists outside of terrorism. So when you're counter-balancing that with constant headlines that message just reinforced, and I guess the other side of that question is, is there a problem with? And whether it's it's laziness or mendacity, I'm not really sure of, but with certainly certain of the representatives of Islam that the media settles upon thinking of an example in Britain where ludicrous amounts of present time, we're given to Anjem Chowdhry, who is a fundamentalist buffoon, who I suspect speaks for about, as why diffraction Britishers lamas. I do. Exactly. That's the point I'm making with representation, as well as the other voices on that counterbalances. So think back to America before they passed the gay marriage. I d-, right? There was no representations in their media of gay families all gay people living, just being gay, and living and having storylines outside of the fact that they were gay characters. Right. And then you had sitcoms. Like modern family and hugely popular shows like Ellen generous. Okay, and these things coming out and then suddenly America was very easily able to pass that acts in a way that I don't think they would have been able to, to implement political change without ju- representation across their media. So when I say, we don't have representation, of course, on media, and yes, that's different in terms of the representation in culture to what we have in our politics and legislation. I think there's a direct link there, because when all you see an all you hear the voices of these crazed fundamentalists these crazed people that don't speak for the Muslim population in England. They are constantly seen as the rhetoric. They're the people that were like, well, that's slam

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Libya crisis: UN warns battle for Tripoli is 'start of a bloody war

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:37 min | 2 years ago

Libya crisis: UN warns battle for Tripoli is 'start of a bloody war

"The time in Tripoli's approaching eight thirty six where the UN on void Libya has warned that the battle for the capital is just the start of a long and bloody war. It began at the beginning of April, when a military leader general Khalifa, half, tar, who's allies to rebels seeking to overturn the internationally. Recognized government launched an offensive on the city will since then more than five hundred people have died and tens of thousands of fled from their homes and things appear to be getting worse with both sides, receiving military supplies from overseas with Turkey backing the government of fires Al Sarraj and Jordan, supporting the rebels or the UN envoy, Gazon Salma is calling for those weapons supplies to stop. Joining me to discuss is Mary FitzGerald, who's a researcher and journalist specializing in Libya. Welcome to the program. Mary, what do you make of what Salam, I had to say. While it was a very powerful speech to the Security Council fifteen minutes long, and you could see the, the frustration on Salama's part is been the UN special envoy to Libyan average just over two years. He has been trying to get a u n political process aimed at resolving, the simmering conflict in Libya, get that up and running. And I think we shouldn't forget that the day that Khalifa after launch this offensive on Tripoli was actually the same day that the UN secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez was intrepid to try and give a fresh impetus to that UN a process. So the symbolism could not have been more striking an offensive launched by a man who Khalifa after has tried to undermine that UN process since it begun, late two thousand fourteen so I think Salamis frustration was evident in his speech yesterday. But also his warning was was stark about where the fighting that was. Triggered by half tres offensive may lead Libya, and there was one line that stuck out for me. He said the full civil war is not inevitable, but it may occur because of the will of some parties and the inaction of others. And I think that reference to inaction has to basically be a message, I think to e you Member States because what happens in Libya does not stay in Libya. And it has an impact on Europe that it doesn't say on countries that are fueling this conflict, particularly on how star side, the, the UAE and Saudi Arabia in the Gulf. And then on the other side as, as you mentioned Turkey has been supplying weapons to, to the US government in, in Tripoli. And so I think that, that, that reference to inaction and given the we've seen an inability on the used side to forge more robust collective response to. This guy during conflict, I think is pertinent, can you give us a short, but Reese a lesson in recent history Mary, because obviously in the time since the full of, of, of the Gadhafi, regime, Libya has been going through a journey of turbulence, but in more recent years at certainly been overshadowed on the world stage in terms of the world's attention by by, by Syria. What's been happening that brought Libya to this point while since the fall of Gaddafi in two thousand eleven Libyan had a very shaky at transition and it has held number of elections. It's experiment in, in democracy. If you like for forty two years of Gaddafi's dictatorship, it, it, it didn't know democracy, but essentially Libya, since two thousand eleven has been roiled by m s struggle over control of the country's resources Libya's home to Africa's biggest oil reserves. The conflict in Libya is not ideal. Logical and it is a greedy scramble for the country's resources in two thousand fourteen Khalifa after was accused of attempting a military coup, and he that accumulation that belief that after seeks to impose himself as military ruler autocrat in Libya has been a key driver of the conflict from two thousand fourteen until the present day and tops are I think with this gambled try and take Tripoli. There was a lot of wishful thinking in some international circles about how after his intentions about the possibility of bringing him into a UN process aimed at creating an inclusive civil government in, in Libya.

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Salma Hayek's Husband Pledges Over $100 Million to Restore Notre Dame

Rush Limbaugh

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

Salma Hayek's Husband Pledges Over $100 Million to Restore Notre Dame

"McKinney Notre Dame cathedral scarred. But far from destroyed after yesterday's massive blades. People valley to rebuild that ABC's James Longman in Paris says it's a monumental task and an expensive one. So now rebuilding three hundred million dollars has already been pledged for the restoration of this placing including one hundred million by Salma Hayek husband who is a French citizen two hundred million by other philanthropists the money. It seems is going to pour in, but it was a miracle that no more was lost hair. Inspectors and building specialists have been taking a look at the roof and the town were questioning whether they are still structurally sound Parisian still not used to the cathedral spire being gone from the skyline and tourists likes Afia Ferraro still stunned. They watched it burn getting bigger and bigger and the towers two towers in the front kept getting darker and darker, and we all felt helpless looking at the cost of rebuilding hundreds of millions

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Donation Pledges Roll In For Notre Dame's Reconstruction

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Donation Pledges Roll In For Notre Dame's Reconstruction

"More than three five hundred million dollars already pledged by private donors, including the husband of actress Salma Hayek towards rebuilding Notre Dame cathedral. Skyline air is changed today. While the cathedral's overall stone structure is still standing it has no roof, and it's three hundred foot till spy is gone. The fire is now being declared fully extinguished some fifteen hours after the alarm was raised to five works through tonight. That'd be no reports of deaths to French businessman has pledged around three hundred and twenty million dollars to rebuilding

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"salma" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"salma" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Morning on the WGN TV morning news be talking with Salma Hayek about her brand new movie that she's got out and even even more. We talked about the movie, but we also talked about her being working mom that I think is it will be extremely relatable to many who are trying to juggle a lot of things at one time. Lots of working moms. I think he'll be able to work to relate to that. That'll be tomorrow morning of the WGN TV morning news along with oh what else we have tomorrow? We had Robert Schmeichal comedian Robert Schmeichal with us on the show the other day. He's a he's an enormous fan of bozo. Bozo's circus. He lived in Chicago in the nineteen eighties. He became a little bit obsessed with both so show back then and I wanted to play our grand prize game the bucket game. So he got to play it. We we videotaped it, and it's kind of whole Larry. So Robert Scharnagl on the grand prize game tomorrow and also an appearance. From his most famous character triumph the insult comic dog. That's all tomorrow morning for you on Chicago's number one. Tv morning news. The WGN TV morning news. Some interesting thoughts and comments about just talking about presidential candidates. This morning. I was talking about south bend mayor Pete. But a judge and people are calling in commenting about him six three zero area code says the best candidate is Yang hang with Yang twenty twenty. It says that's Andrew Yang another very young democratic candidate for mayor who is offering some new and interesting ideas. Several people are sending a text today supporting President Trump for reelection. Everyone is entitled to their choice and opinions because you know, some people texting make America great again, I imagined that that probably is a vote of support for the president's reelection. Haven't seen anything about Bernie. That's kind of interesting on our text line. And a couple of people commenting about vice president Biden talking about his age, and some other interesting things that where people's heads are at right now with regard to the presidential election trade around the corner bridge, you know, it's just a matter of time till we start getting a really bombarded with all of this. We're gonna take a quick break. When we come back. We're going to get into our interviews this morning, Danny de Vito Colin.

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"salma" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"salma" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To lock L Salma Meghan, Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I. Sunshine this afternoon and a high in the upper seventies near eighty degrees. Director Jim Forsyth joins me now on San Antonio's. I knew good morning morning Jim for his first of two morning commentaries. And I'm sure you're going to present some facts figures and some science just wanna go on record. I'm not gonna buy it. Yes. This weekend is the big spring forward to begin daylight saving time. And this is has to be the dumbest thing that we have ever done as a society. This is one of those things that a hundred years from now they're going to say now, wait a minute. They did what they changed the time. Why and we're gonna do it again this weekend despite San Antonio state Representative Lyle Larson who has introduced a Bill to abolish daylight saving time. And we'll talk a little bit about why that's not gonna go anywhere. But the facts and figures Charlie indicate that the spring forward is one of the most dangerous things we do as a society first of all it's bad for your health. Because it throws off your circadian rhythms. The numbers show that the incidence of heart attacks in the week after day daylight saving time begins in the spring is way up and he says one of the reasons for that is that your blood is thicker in the morning, and if you're up at a time when normally you're not up in the morning, at least when your body's says he shouldn't be up that means your blood will be thicker, obviously, thicker blood means you're more likely to have a heart attack or a stroke. It also is a very very bad time for car wrecks just look outside right now. It's it's daylight and this is about the time of the morning. For example, the kids are going to to pick up to get the school bus and for the last several months they have been getting the school bus in a daylight time. All of a sudden starting next Monday. It's going to be pitch black when they go to get the bus people who are used to driving to work at the light at suddenly not going to be light anymore. Statistically, we see one of the worst weeks of the year for car accident. During the week after we spring the clock forward in March, and the basic premise for this is completely discredited. Jimmy Carter issued a executive order back in the mid nineteen seventies in the middle of the energy crisis. Saying we should have national daylight saving time to save energy. And his argument was if it's the sun stays up later in the evening, we're not going to turn our lights on as much to keep our lights off. And we'll save energy. Well, a couple of things have happened since then first of all the energy used to power light bulbs is now become just an at a miniscule fraction of the total amount of energy we need and we use largely because the light bulb itself has changed so much over the years we've gone away from the heat generating incandescent bulb to the LED's to the far more energy efficient light used to power our homes. But the main reason why the argument doesn't hold up anymore. Is that in nineteen seventy five fewer than? Half of all homes in the country had central air conditioning. It's kind of amazing to think about today, but central air conditioning was not common especially in the northern tier of states in the middle nineteen seventies. Now more than ninety percents of homes have central air conditioning. And obviously if the sun is out later in the evening, that means it's going to stay warm later in the evening, and we're going to run.

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"salma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"salma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Except for the right place. Costume designer Ruthie Carter has had a pretty remarkable career in movies going all the way back to spike. Lee's third film in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight she's been nominated three times for the Academy Award. But it's her work on last year's film, Black Panther that really blew up. You saw people all over the country in homemade Black Panther costumes on Halloween now Ruth Carter is getting her do as one of the leading designers in Hollywood. And her work was shown at this year's fashion week in New York. So we're at spring studios for the Bruce Carter exhibit called next of kin next of kin features designs from and inspired by I'm gonna get you set school days. Do the right thing. Not the ex. Let's love got to do with it Salma Sharak and Black Panther. And that of course is only a fraction of their projects that Rhys Carter. In fact, she's so busy that when staff writer Doreen Saint Felix wanted to interview Carter he had to catch her at the star studded opening night party where the costume from one thousand nine hundred eight I'm gonna get you suck. It was on display. Were platform shoes with live goldfish swimming around in the soles. That the Gulf issues are necessary edition, of course. Hopefully, there won't be any snap was with the fish. I remember we had extra fish. So if something heaven. So let's go back to the eighties. You're a student at Hampton university. And you decide that you want to switch to theater arts. What inspired that I know that you weren't necessarily thinking that you wanted to work in costume design. When you first enrolled.

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"salma" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"salma" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"No. Hey. I giving him and giving you. Thanksgiving. It's almost time. For your second date update is Brooke and Jubal in the morning. Today's second date update should serve as a lesson. Be careful what you wish for for example, before I was married. My dream is to be the date, Salma Hayek. I made that dream come true. Til one sad day when one of my roommates accidentally sat on her and deflated her and after that. Uttering was kinda done. One of our listeners is pursuing their own dream romance today, and hopefully it turns out to be better than mine. You'll hear it in.

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Salma Hayek's Husband Surprises Her With Vow Renewal On Island Getaway

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00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Salma Hayek's Husband Surprises Her With Vow Renewal On Island Getaway

"Played tennis in a voluminous black to to this week. And now all I want in the world is a music box with a Serena ballerina inside and it plays eye of the tiger when you open it, Santa, can you hear me? I've been good based on my own rubric, speaking of rubrics, it's time for the entertainment news or as I like to call it your

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