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"samper" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:42 min | 2 d ago

"samper" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Fact, Costa has been ticketed three times for chopping down the jungle. But his shrugs and says nobody around here ever bothers to pay environmental fines. However, the situation could change soon ahead of Sunday's election, polls show Bolsonaro trailing Luis Inacio Lula da Silva. He's a former two term president who has pledged to preserve the Amazon. In the meantime, settlers here are rushing to raise the jungle while they still can. One farmer has only been here a month, but has already cleared 30 acres. Shirtless and lying in a hammock. He claims to be opening up space to plant pineapples and coconuts. But there's a for sale sign out front. And it's common practice for speculators here to pay people to live on their land and burn the jungle, which actually raises property values. As their trip winds down, we finally spot some people trying to stop the destruction, a team of firefighters. Fire chief Joao filho admits that it's frustrating to see so many jungle arsonists get off Scot free. But he doesn't dwell on it. He's too busy saving whatever patches of rainforest he can. John Otis NPR news, the Amazon rainforest, Brazil. Hollywood apocalypses come in all shapes and sizes. You know, zombie fied, post nuclear, even play grid. But critic bob mandelo says a new eco fable called vesper, weaves together strands from lots of earlier sci-fi films into something that feels eerily new In a misty bog so bleak and lifeless it almost seems to have been filmed in black and white, a volleyball like orb of floats into view with a face crudely painted on it behind it sloshes 13 year old vesper, scavenging for food, or something useful for her bio hacking. You wasting on time on these experiments. Vespers a loner, but as you can hear, she's not alone, that floating orb contains the consciousness of her father, whose bedridden in their shack with a sack of bacteria doing his breathing for him. So vesper talks to the orb and it to her and one day she announces a find. You are really one of them. What is this? Seeds. She hasn't really found them. She's stolen them, hoping to unlock the genetic structure that keeps them from producing a second generation of plants. Make them say we never stop again. The world's entire ecosystem has collapsed, bioengineered out of existence by an upper class that now lives in citadels that look like huge metal mushrooms and consume all available resources. The rest of humankind what's left of it anyway lives in squalor, and if that sounds dickensian, well, there's even a fagan of sorts, vespers uncle, who lives in a camp full of children for a reasons that appall his niece. Do you think you're better than everyone? I have skills. And one day I'll go. You'll still be here. Sucking your kid's blood to try to seeds. Oh, my ambitious little girl. Yeah, we are so like you and I. Because we won't let this world crashes, will we? Filmmakers Christina bourgeois and Bruno samper have given their eco disaster the atmospherics of children of men and a heroine, played by raphaella Chapman, who do just fine in The

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"samper" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Enjoyed my heart. I'm a huge guedjali. Fan ole miss it for telecom. Anybody who's thinking of commodity singer they might ask And that's the orchestral volley projects you Music producer nazis russia anthem blah hamad. Defer yes the three together commodities usually performed by mail groups right. How unusual you and also that's like. Oh i line. You're not singing a language that you know that's my first language and second author and The language bike at home is tom. All i'm originally Sri lankan but growing up in london. I was always mixing with javi. Friends learning from jobe. Dotty we'll do everything so multiplayer dafur. I've known him for gosh more than half my life. And he was one that shade municipal daily khan. And i just i fell in love and i suppose being from south asia once you start meeting lots of different south asian people you realize you have a lot of similarities in your cultures and you know just different ways of expressing be adopting but also musically. Yeah he just saw. Every time i was just seeing something learn the meanings and we understand what i'm doing but it's just savvy to to perform abbey. Where can people find your music if they're just want to listen to more more all say we're on youtube instagram. Avi samper worship music. I'm amre and lots of different types. I'm will bring your electric vino with you. I definitely well thank you so much and thank you. So everybody's been getting in touch. We're gonna leave you with a bit of a message from helen. Who says four. Years ago i retired from my role three hundred thirty three years church minister to go and live by the sea and try and be a writer. This process begun with separation than divorce. It's not being straightforward. And i have quite often wondered if i made the right decision but we'll have to live with the decisions we make. It was also difficult to turn my back on a lifetime of wanting to do good and be useful to others in order to make this change which is all about me and my happiness have a very happy weekend thank you. That's all for today's woman's hour. Join us again next time. What's the link between poisoned underpants. They wanted something that ups against your skin plot to kill nelson mandela to find a poison that would cause cancer and have him die shortly after it and the deadly riots in south africa this year. I'm andrew harding with a tale of politics and paranoia. Some people wanted me dead out. And the link is jacob. Zuma south africa's former president and indeed it was quite strong poison. That's poison from bbc radio to listen to all five episodes. just search for seriously on bbc. Sounds i am sarah. And i'm kirby and work los angeles strike becton is regarded as top tier skin-care by professionals of all kinds. We personally love how. All of beckman's products are backed by science and independent clinical testing. If you're looking to strengthen a weakened skin barrier the brand just launched super be barrier strengthening oil which includes prebiotics to balance. Your skin's microbial. This oil doesn't leave her face. Greasy or oily feeling looks great under makeup 'em calms visible redness to learn more about stray becton visit strike. Becton dot com..

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"samper" Discussed on Pivot

Pivot

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on Pivot

"Sampson read it. So two weeks to hand over the records related to the attack. They were quite heavily. Used especially facebook messenger and other things. So they're looking at information connected to the spread of misinformation the efforts to overturn the twenty twenty election to prevent certification results domestic violent extremism and foreign influence. What do you make of where this committees going. And the role social media comes obviously it starts and stops with trump. But where do you imagine this going. Well i think it's incredibly important to get access to those records. I guess the these companies have two weeks to respond but it seems like transparency for most of these companies has not been. They're big calling car but you're bomb. I guess they can be compelled to release this kind of information and be transparent. But i think it's i think it's really important. I think i think it was a shame that there wasn't a bipartisan commission. To investigate january six and then now it has got to be politicized and with the you know both sides kind of putting their flags down about privacy et cetera et cetera. But i think it's critically important to really understand how this thing came together and also i'm really interested in you know i know that People have been saying it's congressional overreach blah blah blah but. I'm interested in hearing about the phone calls that went on between jim jordan and donald trump in and gets and trump and you know and mark meadows and you know. Was there some kind of planning prior to the rally in front of the white house. Kind of insight this crowd you know. I think that's critically important. The will you can see a lot in texts. There's technology that actually does chronicle when these when the timelines of these things. It's very hard to fake a timeline. When using digital devices one of the things it's interesting you did a really. I would say devastating view. Sheryl sandberg awhile back. I remember when that was but didn't twenty. Nineteen so when you look at what happened here when you think about that interview where you really gave her time and she. She's very she tries to sail. I asked her. I think. I honestly i would not characterize. It is giving charles samper. Go hard time. I think. I asked her some very legitimate questions. She motor self in a position. She's you know really famous for kind of trying to personalise deflect hard questions and and i thought it was really important at that moment in time when the heat was really starting to to be on facebook and the way it was conducting itself with hate speech and political ads in that speech that mark zuckerberg had given to in front of georgetown that speech. Okay well she had some heart. You know hard questions that she needed to ask so you know. I think it was interesting. Because i'm reading an ugly truth right now and it has to be a friendly friendly environment. But you know you can't really have all those things going on around you and not be not anticipate really tough questions. I thought that was a great interview. Cheryl because. I think you showed that that. Her attempt to deflect deflect was the exact word is that she's quite good at it and you didn't allow her to do so and actually if you look at it again. I urge people again. It really does you sort of start to see their strategies today as they try to deflect what happened on on january six and their role in it and i wouldn't say primary role but they're certainly critically important. Speaking of controversies katie. Since we have you here you were asked with the jeopardy situations as you guest hosted early this year..

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"samper" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Because you learn how to be a listing agent. And that's just the bottom line is you're tired of. You're tired of changing our trying things. You're tired of trying to hack things. Samper tired of sampling. You're tired of playing it real estate. You're tired of getting results here and there you're tired of basically buying things on hopes and promises never having it worked out. You're you're smart enough to realize that a lot of other stuff that's being out that you guys are trying to do in your businesses. Maybe eventually one day it will get you a result but you want results faster. You want to move faster. That's the reason you to our coaching program. That's the reason that you hire somebody who's proven themselves to get you to where you want to be and this is what we do. We have coaching clients all over the united states canada. We have podcast all over the world. We have some coaching clients in different countries. This is what we do. This is our life's work to help all of you become successful at the art and science of selling estate we have. There's nothing more. I can really say to those of you who are skeptical about hiring a coach. Some of you are ready to hire a coach and that's true. I explained that to our staff to some people are in that unconscious incompetence phase where they're still sampling still trying. They're not ready to actually commit not to us as your coach but to yourselves as someone who's going to be really successful you are still looking your your intuition in your ego. Frankly tells you that you can hack it. You can shortcut. You can somehow figure out a way to become successful in real estate without actually having to do the real work and becoming a making your cell phone carnival until you pass through that phase. You're not going to be ready for us. And that's the bottom line and some of them sadly have to have an experience where they have their butt handed to them unexpectedly most times were..

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"samper" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"Downright he's got ten minutes brown fillet. I still get them to by the way. I want to ask debt. My pig quarter house has both a rib. I cut infla- cutting in. You're getting the best boat. Samper fire thank you. They've experienced do it my last night. I am always perpetually amused and fired up. And i think it's a cool thing ever the guy who sweeps the crumbs to chrome sweep little tool. Yeah when he comes in. It's like. I know i'm gonna place rahman this guy came over. And he picked up would dropped on the table. Top five they do that. That's a great one. The only criticism with that is that when he does that especially like after the after the bread portion. I feel like a four year old because i have just made a giant mess on my plate like fucking child and this guy is here like my mom clean up after it so but it is a great touches a great pick but it does make me feel like a baby. Yeah coming into awesome all of that pick. Does he have the brand this crumbs. No-one everywhere and you're like it and then guys comes out of nowhere with that perfect utensil. Just it's every bite. It feels like he's right there you know. What are utensil. What are you gonna get one one for home guy sweeps the crumbs. Frankie your final pick. I think you need a you need the side. I'm gonna go with a staple here It's usually my go-to mortar. Stake along with the mashed potatoes. Creamed spinach order as a side. I fucking love. Creamed spinach me to So it's not something i would ever even know or think about to make on my own. It's something that i'll just order at really expensive steakhouses and when it comes to your like boy. Is this just treat. It is an inch. But it's just so much more unhealthy for you and so good and like i've actually tried to make that at home. 'cause i i'll do like a steam spinach or like you cook it down and olive oil. But i can't like you can't get the consistency right that they do at the fancy restaurants with a cream spinach so it is. That is a very very good. Pick it it's a. It's a staple to like brussel sprouts and cream spinach. That's the those are the cornerstones. I think to the to the green game. Yeah the table. Yep get pick all right so i have an experience here to the one i really want. I feel like it's too close to dave's so i'm going to ignore that but i love at a fancy restaurant when they bring out like the cart and they're like would you like us to play your food for you and i absolutely i. Would you divvy up the appetizers yeah with the sides because it comes like almost kind of family style dish it out to you and like you don't have to worry about like anything it's just perfectly played. It looks like asian art. Yeah and they just bring you tried to do it to all. The crump guy tackles so the way they played it for you. It just like yeah absolutely please. Please put all the food on my plate for me when they play your food. That's good white. Sox dave so what do you need love. I got a super salad. Yeah i wanted. Just caesar salad. Can i take that. I don't think so no..

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"samper" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"To dr jim. Sadler franken let me ask you something. Have you ever wept in front of me. I wept in front of him. My wife was such that the kind of relationship that we've done. Have you know. Talk to your doctor. Frank rights schimdt samper. Good to talk to you how you doing today. I can't complain okay. When did you when you say you cried. The margaret's harms went. Was that one time. I i lost some money in a deal. Business delay invested in some of garbage. I lost about ten thousand dollars that went home. And when you see them there when you see your way of standing there and he's in his dress and he's been cooking asparagus or bega fillet of soul and he'll do you remember why you married him and i went over to him and i said honey i lost ten grand bitcoin deal and he looked at me and said you are one dumb. Fcs he went down the line. But i do then there that he understood me. And that's what i clasped him around. His shoulders pushed his breasts in. And i simply started to wait. Did you sound like district. You know. I didn't sell like that at all statler. You sound like an app. Just say that because you sound like a complete ass. And i think it's very insulting all right all right. Thanks very much. Frank that i this right now. Get this wow. That's a very interesting day to have him. Well you would sell to them a little bit with the whole however nonetheless. Frank is right in saying that he did do that show. At least he was that Honest about it. i'm sorry. Can i just add a little. A little bit more Hot water here That's all that's all it's going to be talking to your doctor jim sadler. Let's take a phone cut out of the phone call. Actually i know if you've talked to this guy. He.

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"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

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"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Protocol with open access software. Remote-sensing tools direct mapping. Do identify a map. The change of informal settlements over the last fifteen years. All over the world. The key was to the bill of two though a simple to use and that allows to reach most of the planet a tool that allows to compare these places at the same level. We have now more than four hundred forty seven over the world and we have realized who each one of them is changing and expanding as a result of the populations we discover suspected regions are expanding at different rates in formosa in latin america and africa are expanding more rapidly than those initial more importantly we discovered that the entire sample continue expanding at the rate of nine point. Eighty five percent. But what these obscure number meets. It means that every year twenty three hundred square kilometers of informal settlements are created out of the expansion of existing ones. These expansion means that every year at the informal settlement so a seedy largest that some of the larger cities on the planet such as moscow houston or tokyo. He's created out of expansion of existing settlements. Has these places continue to grow in darkness. We are blinded to what happened in the cd's emerging every day. This is why have dedicated my life to the co-production communities are leaving informal settlements. Not only to try to improve their conditions of living but to learn from them about the unique process of informal city making working with families and community members over the last ten years. I have learned that solving former salman's most challenging problems new coordinated strategies are needed another source of that innovation precise already within the knowledge of these communities. I have learned that for each program. There is a community based solution is spearheaded by the people. Leaving there for example we learn fascinating things from communities like bonello or mandela's the passing columbia who organized themselves to build infrastructure improvements..

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"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Develop and innovate. There are three crucial things that i have learned about informal celmins that i want to share with you today. The first one is that informal settlements out of widespread form of city. Making the second one. Is that a making visible populations infamous moments. We can save their lives. The third one is that we pay more attention to the creativity of people who live in these places. We could be aware of innovations dunkin. Save the planet you fought so men's can be broadly described a self bills neighborhoods outside of c. Deregulations in conditions of extreme poverty. Nowadays more than a billion people leaving informal celmins all around the world by the year. Twenty fifty one in three people in the planet will leaving one of these places without potable water adequate sanitation 's and condition of extreme poverty. These makes informal settlements what some call slops the most common form of organization of the planet the paradox informal settlements is that they are fastened common. Whoever the people and the places in which they leave are the most visible there is much that we know about these places and that ignorance create barriers to develop tools to help a first step to make visible these populations easter record the conditions in which they leave however many countries with informal settlements are do not have the resources to map display relations. The contract you have the resources on times have legal restrictions that embiid state organizations to support the work on informal servants this unknowns great back us to understand informality and support the dissemination of misconceptions about the real challenges and opportunities of informatics. I started to learn more about informal simmons. I realized a scarcity of data available most of our understanding about informality come from separate and on reliable sources that he's not a single database that contains all the informal settlements in the world to try to aid in such postal. I created alongside hundreds of collaborators. The athas of informality the atlas decorated authentic visualized this diesel populations in an effort to understand unique process of informal ceiling. Making crucial question wanted to resolve here was called these places evolve over time is what's important not only to understand the pass but more importantly the future of informal settlements and the future of all wall seats we environmental design program created up.

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"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"When i was six years old growing up in columbia. I made one of the most baffled decisions of my life. I asked my mother to change me in the school to this cool words. She was teaching my surprise. She say yes so. I switched from my reach private catholic school to a public school where ninety nine percent of the students leaving condition of extreme poverty. Only meal some of my friends ate today was the one that was given a school. My friends and i live close to each other worlds apart. I live in a neighborhood with a museum a library parks and they live in a neighborhood. We lack of the most basic necessities. So just whatever. Water tweeted more importantly leaving a place surrounded by danger from guns two landslides. There's still funny was not unique up. In the mountains and dean informal settlements thousands of families were having the same problems that my friends under families fearing that the police or the rains will take their homes away. I learned so much from my friends. With what continue to surprise me. The most is there. Asean and optimism in the face of adversity. Growing up with people that i care. He's with had lived me to this informal settlements. I teach now at the university of colorado boulder in the province of environmental design. I still waiting for moments. Because even if they're invisible to most of us. Dave represents one of humanity's biggest challenges and yet they provide great insight. Yuko cd's develop and innovate.

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The Informal Settlements Reshaping the World

TED Talks Daily

01:59 min | 1 year ago

The Informal Settlements Reshaping the World

"When i was six years old growing up in columbia. I made one of the most baffled decisions of my life. I asked my mother to change me in the school to this cool words. She was teaching my surprise. She say yes so. I switched from my reach private catholic school to a public school where ninety nine percent of the students leaving condition of extreme poverty. Only meal some of my friends ate today was the one that was given a school. My friends and i live close to each other worlds apart. I live in a neighborhood with a museum a library parks and they live in a neighborhood. We lack of the most basic necessities. So just whatever. Water tweeted more importantly leaving a place surrounded by danger from guns two landslides. There's still funny was not unique up. In the mountains and dean informal settlements thousands of families were having the same problems that my friends under families fearing that the police or the rains will take their homes away. I learned so much from my friends. With what continue to surprise me. The most is there. Asean and optimism in the face of adversity. Growing up with people that i care. He's with had lived me to this informal settlements. I teach now at the university of colorado boulder in the province of environmental design. I still waiting for moments. Because even if they're invisible to most of us. Dave represents one of humanity's biggest challenges and yet they provide great insight. Yuko cd's develop and innovate.

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"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Up in columbia. I made one of the most baffled decisions of my life. I asked my mother to change me in the school to this cool words. She was teaching my surprise. She say yes so. I switched from my reach private catholic school to a public school where ninety nine percent of the students leaving condition of extreme poverty. Only meal some of my friends ate today was the one that was given a school. My friends and i live close to each other worlds apart. I live in a neighborhood with a museum a library parks and they live in a neighborhood. We lack of the most basic necessities. So just whatever. Water tweeted more importantly leaving a place surrounded by danger from guns two landslides. There's still funny was not unique up. In the mountains and dean informal settlements thousands of families were having the same problems that my friends under families fearing that the police or the rains will take their homes away. I learned so much from my friends. With what continue to surprise me. The most is there. Asean and optimism in the face of adversity. Growing up with people that i care. He's with had lived me to.

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"samper" Discussed on PodcastMina

PodcastMina

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"samper" Discussed on PodcastMina

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"samper" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"samper" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Picturing a studio for his wife listen us smiling and when the song thank you Casey for doing a great job on the boards we are in different settings on those were actually just we'll see we also we're thinking about the fact that your home your dwelling is very important that we're entering into that time of year in Florida where no matter what corona dies we are going to get rain we're going to get wins and a possible hurricane or two this summer I don't know if the projections have been like that or not we'll find out but anyway we got to pay attention to our house this is a taco construction asked Joe roping show will get Joe's phone number in a moment and it's also a text number right now all we've got we're gonna go to Sanford on the phones and Joe what is your question Joe in Samper during their owner hello yeah we got Joe Joe and rob what's up thank you all right Joe Stanford I have a room with one by six the deck and the roof capped the roof that has pulled up started leaking out channel added at least one of the chords of the truck when the trust is that what we do to repair what do I need to know all about repair on that in the sure so depending on where the trust the top corner of the trust experienced rock there is a possibility that it could be sister on either side if the very top of the trust at at the the apex is rotted out then we might have to look at some different means or methods to repair that particular trust and then obviously we are not the root our children have to conventionally framed like a two by eight apex and come down six foot past where the rock stops on each side of the road the apex of the range just to make sure that it's structurally sound enough to hold that that support of support that weight your firm is capable there carpentry work yes yep we absolutely can do that now obviously open up the roof make sure that the one by six decking that's rotted is replaced and then put everything back together the one thing that I would recommend the dangling it recorded the court and the joy that I wore it Robbie said no you said you had one by six won by six decking on the roof correct that is correct is any of the one by six Deccan compromise for the week as well I would suppose via yeah that's what I was talking about that particular area and making sure that everything that's right it is addressed okay so overcrowded beneath the metal plate the gusset plate or whatever they call that where they all joined together that that dictates the larger repair well there are different ways that you can do that you can you can use some some some some hardware for example to tie those trusses together you know there are some different means and methods that you can use rather than just those those trust attachment plates okay very good thank you for your time yeah absolutely if you want to give us a call we can come out and take a look at we have specifically and see what what we need to do to address it for you yes I will thank you all right thanks for the call the office all right folks and opens up the phone lines at the eight four four two two zero zero nine six five eight four four two two zero zero nine six five you could text Joe at two one two three two two one two three two Delco construction is operating they are covering the entire state as a matter of fact they do large construction and right on down to the roof on my anybody house so you know they're there for you they're ready to go and they're doing everything possible to keep your home secure and they are following all the CDC guidelines are you wanna tell people a little bit more about your company Joe I think it's very important your community status is unsurpassed yeah you know we obviously owe a lot to the community that we live and work in we take that extremely seriously and so you know we get involved in in quite a few community oriented and even in particular one one nationally oriented program you know we support organizations like Matthew's hope which is even more important throughout this crisis that we're going through because it's creating a lot more you know financial strain on on families and individuals in and most likely will come will create a little bit more homelessness that then we're usually used to seeing self Matthews hope is an extremely important organization that can use all the help they can get at the moment the one of the other organizations that I'm extremely passionate about and the ride was unfortunately cancelled this year due to the coronavirus is the UP police unity tour and you know we've we've spoken about that numerous times but it's a two hundred and fifty six mile bicycle ride from arsenal's Virginia into Washington DC during police week and you know it's to raise money and awareness for the national law enforcement memorial in DC that's that's all maintained a hundred percent from private funds there's no federal funding or anything like that and also so the bike ride which was started with a gentleman out of New Jersey and and has grown into a national actually a global organization unfortunately again because of this this epidemic and or or pandemic and making sure that everyone has a safe as possible I had to be cancelled for this year some kind of heartbroken about that one we are getting and this started before corona of course we're averaging about four hundred families a week moving into central Florida people still moving here I do a lot of real estate shows during the week and homes are selling people are coming down here if they're just getting into Florida and they just discovered ask the experts on news ninety six point five W. D. B. L. and the telco construction roofing company they need to kind of become educated about what kind of roof they do have because it's probably different than what they had up in Cleveland it's it's most likely a whole lot different than some of the materials are are are going to be the same some of the components are going to be the same however they're going to be used in some cases very differently than what what people are used to from you know up in the northeast or the Midwest or southern California or what have you and so one of those items in particular.

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"samper" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"samper" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Success of the university of Kentucky athletics program news radio eight forty WHAS back at the Coliseum they have changed Pascal's buzzer beater from a three to a two after they went back and looked at the monitor her foot was on the line and so it is forty one to twenty Kentucky over Samford instead of forty two to twenty the cats finished the first half on a twenty eight to six run that with it it had a run of eleven straight points in ten straight points the cats scored the first nine point to the gave out to Ryan Howard threes in a trade from Sabrina Haynes did Samper responded with a fourteen to four run that saw them make three threes and since then coach Matthew Mitchell bird to time out with his team down fourteen to thirteen Kentucky has been on the warpath since out scoring the Bulldogs twenty eight to six over the second quarter back it was a ninety to six second quarter for the cats Kentucky shot fifty nine percent in the first half they were seventeen of twenty nine and they were six of twelve from long range Sanford after the hot start shooting just twenty eight percent on seven of twenty five they are four of twelve from three four thirty three percent they made to their fourth free throw opportunities Kentucky was just one of four at the line Samper turned it over nine times to Kentucky sports the cats turned that into a fourteen to three advantage of points off turnovers gets out rebounded the bulldog seventy to thirteen points in the paint favor the cats fourteen to four and that's with safer playing almost exclusively so right Howard leads the cats with sixteen points two rebounds and three assists in sixty minutes Abed a pastel with eight point she's four for four with three rebounds and four assists he keeps a Kitty with seven points and rounding out Kentucky's first half scoring Sabrina hate to Blair agreed with.

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"samper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"samper" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Color as a resident anchoring dependable and not aggressive in a time that requires trust and faith Pantone color of the year for twenty nineteen was living coral I let's check some traffic now in Sherman oaks four five north bound right before the one a one this if we have a crash your rightly taken away overall traffic heavy come away from the ninety let's check in with Michael Bryant the KFI this guy sponsored by superwoman super lawyer dot com is that at that ride riverside fifty south transition to the east sixty or the two fifty seven twenty that riverside interchange with the two freeways berjaya got stuck big break in the right lane that is backing up to the head coming out of Samper do up ahead to get support for group riverside fact almost all the way of the full retail Bally also looking at the ninety one of the Santa Ana Calif I haven't seen it this bad in a long time it is bumper to bumper from Anaheim hills pretty budget of riverside injured in the accident visit super warm and super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI those guys it can't find this guy helps get you there faster I'm Brian auto Hey what's up Israeli from the Kane show and I just took a little visit to the brand new were modeled Rockville dealership persons kia and they have hundreds of vehicles ready to go basically every single thing you could want they have right there on the lot and every new vehicle that you buy from hers and kia includes two years free maintenance the greatest thing about them too is that they've been around in business for sixty years so you can pretty much trust that they know what they're doing when it comes to sell you the car that you want and they're conveniently located just half a mile south of shady Grove metro recently I got to drive the new kia soul that thing drives like a dream the interior.

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"samper" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"samper" Discussed on KGO 810

"Kind of car you drive how much money you make who kind of music do you listen to or how many followers you have doesn't matter at this moment the only thing that does is football is a football matters dot com for a play by play of state forms a new mobile app features gears pro QB and State Farm spoke earlier Aaron Rodgers got anymore football puns yards of them well I'm usually up on my smart watch so the app notifies you if there's a bill or claim update yeah just like my agent is right there on my wrist is that your agent actually just a reminder to stand up circulation human agents team with human first tech talk to an agent or visit State Farm dot com today cal bears football on KGO eight ten the bears score to go up twenty one to ten of UCLA near the Rose Bowl that drive ten plays eighty three yards to five fifty six off the clock we had a final touchdown by Chris Brown but think about this the three scoring drive the bears had today templates template eight plays the shortest of the three drive has been seventy two yards total accumulated time over thirteen and a half minutes so that's impressive for drives for the bears when they have scores they've Dr judge link to the field to do it speaking of driving visit your local Toyota dealer for a score of your own today okay you haven't heard Samper handed early lead on Notre Dame but it dissolved and Notre Dame rounded up get the pretty one sided win at Stamford today of course of Washington Washington state the other night so things are falling into place it'll anyways because you're tall one it's like the strength of the conference three seven up the kick off a tree are the billions out and the Bruins it's either going to try to run it back they seem to have it well covered and do it about the.

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"samper" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"samper" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The port of Oakland says exports were up in October as the trump administration negotiate for China to end the trade war my example is a poor spokesperson he says exports increased by ten percent last month in spite of tears of the U. has as imposed on some goods coming from China that sort of defies conventional wisdom the assumption was as the U. S. applied terrace to Chinese goods cargo volume would fall Samper tributes a growth to shippers finding new markets in Asia and port officials also hope that the increase in exports signal an end to the trade war but president Donald Trump push back yesterday after Chinese officials claim that the White House agreed to roll back some of the

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Port of Oakland export volume jumped 10.8 percent last month

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Port of Oakland export volume jumped 10.8 percent last month

"The port of Oakland says exports were up in October as the trump administration negotiate for China to end the trade war my example is a poor spokesperson he says exports increased by ten percent last month in spite of tears of the U. has as imposed on some goods coming from China that sort of defies conventional wisdom the assumption was as the U. S. applied terrace to Chinese goods cargo volume would fall Samper tributes a growth to shippers finding new markets in Asia and port officials also hope that the increase in exports signal an end to the trade war but president Donald Trump push back yesterday after Chinese officials claim that the White House agreed to roll back some of the

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