18 Burst results for "Sarim"

"sarim" Discussed on TNCnow

TNCnow

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on TNCnow

"Been working from home since pandemic began. Don't want to commute again. I can't bear going through traffic again now. Joel on ninety. Two gina jalani baio impact week. That these are one of the reasons of the grave resignation in a gig as happening in the states. Like to hear from gilbert. Gilbert is from sarim that is the societe of h. We heard him up. Report that it starting in the states of the great resignation and then one of the reasons is actually experienced and doin dumb and dumber you. Actually we are accustomed to. And i john same here you know. Somebody's asking me to do a face to face aids ems scared because vaccinate them again for my worcester. But you know. I'm used to this already because if you have to wait it's also effective even if it is uncommon saw dot com anyway. So you can get in but here now. It is actually young. How management respond to the needs gassing as the perspective. It's a concept and being in more so much ethan could do are you really just after are Can assist the to achieve your mitchell. The game say revenue or are you there because you like to know that they are happy doing the work and then trying to help them optimize what they want to us. Los hierarchy of needs your basic does out at some passo. Saw you to ask you. Shouldn't it be but them down or should it be. Should it be from a bottom down. My little from management and an obama panama san san perspective experience. Yeah san you. In protecting aspect of john's aspic known whether it should be upper which it should be bored. Kosei western new in a employees are actually onto into organizations envisioned. All of that. We are actually considering them as partners. Everyone sephardim in bergen his shot and not know whether it's up to under obama the point Bullet everyone should be consulted in what we are introduced especially in this time..

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"sarim" Discussed on RevTalks

RevTalks

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on RevTalks

"I've known you for quite a long time. We probably each other for at least ten years now So it it's a really interesting way and really uplifting way to read about lessons that you can learn because they're They're from lots of different sources. But i'm told me a little bit more about about him. What other lessons did you learn from him. Because there's a lot of stuff in this book we can't. We don't have time to go through all of it. Well he had been in the military in korea and he had been a trainer of the other soldiers in terms of basically the battle hanrahan stuff so he was really rough. Now this i wasn't used to ours used to school and academia and it might need rush in the sense of mentally hard but for example. One time he did a sweep on me any caught me off at the back of my side it had roost big felt like fist inside of it so he was very hard in of these. I learned from him because in the beginning. I thought i can't do that. I wouldn't even be emotionally capable of kicking somebody. How could i possibly so hard. I didn't just get hate him. Bruce l. looks like a fist. And i'm back at somebody's side but i do this. I if you if you just grabbed my rich too i thought. Oh no can't do me. In then i found out it was hard it was fired. It was rough scared me to death and wasn't so hard i couldn't do. It wasn't scared. And i was able to go to trim i went tonight. I tournament at three months into the program. I had no idea how far he's just threw in and he said usually only women the school you have to go to this tournament. Had somebody represented in the women's division most of the time when we went to the women's division in those days there wasn't a fishing. I had a thought spar with guys and dead no protective stuff. I just said i'm gonna put you in mouthguard at least and they all laughed at me and the first tournament i went to. I broke three rooms. Torme sarim but that's not how it is nowadays. However i really tough and then it was myself can i. Can i ask you something about that. Carol because i think you know. I mean you. You're you're what about twenty eight years old now but but in those days what. What year was that when you went to that tournament. I seventy one. So i think a lot of people now in the martial arts industry in the in the business that maybe listening to this i i would love to have this part of our interview sent to everybody. They don't realize that when you were younger..

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"sarim" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"The he was the one who sent cliff's daughter clara the videotape that explained how cliff became robot. Man should be gave him the origin story and cliffs. You know he's not gonna forgive chief for what he did to him. But he's grateful that he sent the videotape and indian sarim. We actually do see him play grandfather for a bit which was kinda nice as well granted. Okay he may be is luke zealous in his grandfathering. Because he's like all about wanting to hold the baby and this on this shutting out his daughter and her patna will have wife. I should say married this point right. And so he's very zealous in his grandfather and even his daughter is noticing that he has the shakes. When it comes to its hands. You should kinda get that. Look that yeah. And there's there's more in other episodes about that but but that's what we kind of note this where we kind of leave them. At this point the negative spirit gets a hold of larry for them up and we learned that the negative spirit wants to leave. Do manner and get back to his people. I guess in space. So i guess this spirit fly you know. They larry flies off and and we see that his bandages fall away to reveal that we get to see matt bomer pretty face from sixty years ago so yeah 'cause gotta show matt bomer space right and that's that's where he's left. We see ronnie robbing corum labs. We talked about how gave her that. This two minute headstart. Let's see what else. Dorothy apologizes for what she did with jane while she was a conscious in apologize for what happened with Baby doll and let's see what else threats. Jane puts cheese body in a bad body bagging van and the van turns out to be danny formerly danny the street and they dr dorothy chief to a secure location to bury the body so Now in a bonus scene that we get at the very end of this episode. I don't know if you saw that. Bonus scene i might not have. Because there's they start to go to the credits. And then i hung in with credits and there was a bonus. Seen your own owerri marvel style so let me run down as bonuses because The chiefs ghost in this bona scene is inside. Do manner is spots the sex ghosts and after watching it for a while you know they can start beckoning a little bit so the cheese. Like screw this okay. And then the chiefs go starts to take off his clothes to join in but suddenly gets pulled away like to.

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"sarim" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"sarim" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on FT Politics

"Disastrous in. the labour. party's history when the results came in. It was instantly planed on brexit. Bush johnson's popularity and jomie corbin. But was there more to the story. Well listeners of the podcast. I've spent the last year. Travelling around england trying to answer that question in my new book broken heartlands. A journey through. Labor's lost england jim because great to chat about the book but if we just cast back stout twenty nineteen election. I remember so much time. We was second guessing what was going to happen because in twenty seventeen. We've all quite badly burned. We didn't see. Joe make opens big rise coming and all of our poulton travels and things we did made it think we was sure about twenty nineteen but when that was okay man. It was much bigger than we expected for the toys at a much. Bigger defeat for labor is one of curious things. Isn't it set what you spend a little time up in red world. The between nineteen a distinct trips. Our are being growth valley until to local labor activists. He said it's just a polling on the doorsteps. someone have been beaten up by former labor voter. They literally the morale had completely collapsed. As you say in your book those let them sent consensus of the stop of the election faustus. Six at one point but by the end of the campaign the tories were still eleven cents a head so it was not a surprise that they won. I just think in our reporting we have to be ready ready kosher because what happens. Take seventeen again. It just looks if threes night was gonna smash journey kubin and the cool sounds. Listeners will know things things tend not little differently so we we have to hedge up as a little bit. But i think if the wind was blowing very strongly a couple of months and i think we knew it was going to end up that way to something. That was something. Even you knew it was going to happen. I mean to some of the places. The world changed hands. Still hopes somehow Wakefield sticks to my mind which is the full chapter in my book. Because you go around on. Wakefield is going urban gritty place. It's also got quite a diverse population. And when you look at it it doesn't feel like a toy place yet. It fits the council of the red which is never having had a tour paying living memory of as strong brexit vote and always having consistent but never matt totally vote that. I think one of the things that we often get wrong all reporters. I tried to correct when. I spending more time in the book. Is you go to these places and go to the town. Centres and all town centers across england are struggling. They were before the pandemic and even more so now whereas in fact the real story of these places outside. It's in the out of town shopping parks. It's in the new private housing estates. And that's why you find why. I think the new toy vote has come. From as these towns have gone through deindustrialization. And the kind of what i call notebook collectivized communities. Have broken up being replaced by more individualistic society. I think it was the economists. the Britain wasn't it. I think you probably the festival. Second journalists used the redwood. Phrasing copy whitney. but it was james kennedy sarim. He was the costa who invented. Wasn't it has fest him in and help us with that was why was it. Him he was swayed than other analysts listened to united. So i'm james sold him. Who used to work in the city as a band. Kevin was committed to the posters populace and then went to work for ruth davidson on the twenty seventeen campaign for scores. Paula scores toys did really well and mutual contact. Said you should meet this guy. You're going to get on with him. And we went for drink and found out where the shed shadow of data because in past live performance kwa journalism is via computer scientists. And so have a kind of a notice love chewing over spreadsheets in that kind of thing and i remember it was a couple of months. I think it was about all twenty nineteen james cole. Me up and said you're going to want to see this. I've been doing numbers. And i think there's going to be a break selection. It could go really big at. He actually came into the f. T. with john bird. Macos all various esteemed staff. Scooby when a whole bunch of other people that including laugh. Who's now editor of the f. T. and he made this presentation made the Persuasive case breaks it was about to redraw the boundaries and these seats. The crucial thing about the red wohlers. He made the demographic augmented if one goes they. All go in a big pattern. That's off see what happened. All these teachers went again and again and again it wasn't just march. Not even that as you get the election the thing that was particularly persuasive about james case analysis of the situation is the he could see. The vote had been gathering steam over many years and in the twenty seventeen election when we will focus on kkob in fact he almost became prime minister. He pointed out the all. These you kip. Voters were going back home to the tools and if that happening as well as winning Votes from labor then so many of these seats could go. I think because it was based on demographic because it was based on electoral trends and also based on a particular form he did to identify the englishness of these places. With both from the northeast. I'm from rural. Finish on the notion. Mos- which is which has been very touring Lifetime sort of defies. This this can appreciate the south historian the notice it was always been laid. If you're from rural part of northern england they are very bright toured. the holly boat which is probably about thirty or forty miles wife. My parents that is somewhat which is is just heavy industry polls Muslim western class. I'll just just somewhere that you could not have imagine. Ten years ago that it would become conservative. And this is something quite joining bound. And i think the other part about Frequency back in the spring is an essay question guests steps book when he set up was probably can kiss on He lost bay. I think so most mutations. We need question. Hasn't it said which is is that more red will that labor can lose because we no longer have have defected We have an effective brexit. Proc- holly pouvoir so instinct. Because while i ended the book that actually spent some time with boris johnson and i described it as being with piper in the middle of a hurricane but hartlepool by election happened after joe coburn was no longer lead.

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"sarim" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

DJ Force X in Conversation

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

"Them. No of the labels ten city on the cautious side of things They don't like to take unnecessary risks. And you know our label certainly felt that way you know. You're out there. Touring during festivals. If you're not doing those things you're not supporting the new album adequately so just wanted to wait So obviously we weren't delighted but then we could kind of understand where they're coming from. Yeah we just have to accept it essentially. Did you make any of cr of changes to the album during that time. Is there anything that you had on there. The baby wanted to tweak or oversee album. finish two years ago and that was it. That really was mean. It's funny how often this question is cropped up. Actually i mean it's a valid points. We would have had all the time in the world to change your thing taught something up. What whatever it might have been but we had spent so long record was just this implicit understanding between the three of us that It was done absolutely done. Yeah you know each assembly let go. You can move forward then. Yeah definitely. that's did you guys like do anything during the but the lockdown a few bands of managed to do livestream things like that. But did you guys manage tae gani writing down or anything like that or even concentrate on your material. We did absolutely nothing as a band. We haven't played note together in her. Sarim we've seen each other on a couple of occasions. Okay now loosened up of it. That's been good in. I think some old faces again gets still creativity. I mean i can't speak for anybody else by myself. But i did not find the bulk of lockdown inspiring. Okay i didn't find it depressing. Either i mean it was just kind of to me. It was a time for reflection because You really couldn't achieve anything. Will strive for anything especially during that really intense. Ten weeks of proper lockdown. Yes yes so. I was just quite happy to live. Live very basic life without point. Wow fair enough. Yes i mean. I mean from the south. It was kind of like you know work could stop if the my job if you will but yeah i've got kids and stuff as well so was just like making sure they were safe and they that initial ten weeks i got nothing done less reassuring to hear. Thank you is okay. Now you suddenly. It was like she never. We never been anything like that before. And it's like you know. What are we supposed to obviously keep.

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"sarim" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"'cause he takes the best content on his sarim. Simon chris and corey were there to swear that chris inquiry are getting married. They better honestly on my way over here. I was getting myself so worked up because like the first thing that happened when i open my phone. This morning was a carousel photos of corey gamble. Smoking a cigar four different photos of the same thing. And i was just like just this man like him and chris literally relationship goals. They seem so happy so like healthy not toxic like i just fucking stand. I don't them to get married. You know what like everything's perfect. Don't ruin it. I love this man. And i love these together. I love them so much i agree. I don't need them to get married. It didn't really cross my mind before because also like none of the girls really or married are married or getting married. He's like half yes she's only while she's the only one so i don't need them to but i agree like just chris and corey appreciation. Moment there everything krizan. Corey is one of my favorite follows on instagram. same and like i just. I can't really put into words. How i feel about corey gammel. I think he's so gorgeous his face anyone will. I love him second of all. I think he's such a you. It takes a very strong man to be to stand behind a powerful woman and he is just. They're supporting support support. What can i do who can help. Who can i taking the car. He is just not then. He is just a dream man. I'm sorry i love him. And i think that honestly like it's the healthiest relationship i've seen in pop culture. I'm serious no. I completely agree. And when they announced it we were all like who what what if you had told me. What has it been now. Like six years right I dunno whatever if you told me. Then that like. Chris and corey would be not only like the power is to power couples but like the most healthy kardashian relationship. I would have laughed in your face. Yeah and here. I am standing corrective standing corrected. I agree so it's a pleasure to see them living life. It's a pledge. I'm living life. What's the coordinate. What did she say this lipoic life. It's a sound. yeah and also. There's a toxin that i've been loving and i just found out what it's from. You're gonna love it to me. I let me see. If i can find out so would kill me. Please kill me. i'm asking yet. I'm begging not asking locked in a cage with all the wreck sets cracks. Oh cameras inanity. Obviously just out what that sound was from an everytime in the city. I'd like cage other rats..

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"sarim" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"And for good reason as are its siblings. Arena and seasonal remo or serena. These are widely deployed techniques sometimes blindly deployed techniques and. There's good empirical evidence to be using these techniques however when you investigate these things a couple of other perspectives like spectral analysis linear system theory and digital filtering. They take on a whole new light. There's a conversion process that data will be put through by these techniques in order to make it a stationary time series in other words difference in out any trend or seasonality to make it stationary. However that process can actually be a little bit lossing. In this episode. I talked with chung show lee one of the authors of the paper. Why are reema and serena not sufficient. My name is chung show carney associated professor and the southwest johnson university in trump province in china. And can you tell me a little bit about your specific research areas. What do you study my research areas. Congress daytime my machine learning and data analytics gender most specifically focused on forecasting demand focusing in retail and time series focused sich of sees. So the main pay for. I asked you on to discuss. Today is wire arena and serena or s arema not sufficient. You'd mentioned you have a good background in machine learning. I don't necessarily think of a reema as a machine learning technique. How do these two areas fit together in your mind. Actually because the site focused teams all problems and can be served by machinery and when the approached this focusing problem with fines and attorney time service models are very important solutions to forecast team problems. Other side focused is very important in today's areas because you're low many many data so always Focused in problem. We find penser is very important and we also find iron man. Sarah map and armagh. Those are very classic. Run divided news time service motives and when we do couldn't this i remind saruman model. We're fans than actually the classical extre nation or classical. Modern for iran. serena is northern sufficient sarichichekli. Either way actually approach. I remember sarim from elisa angle which is spectral lenzi's digital delivery and in your system theory so we use elisa angle to do countries a romance. I remember motive defines onto loads dench a sufficient from the rich porno view. So this is the whole ground actually starts from computer science. And i do can they as focused in problem because forecasting problem is very potent. So in new concerns i remember i remember those from another this whole idea and the hope and ground of this paper. So rima and essary remodels models. Have i believe some sort of guarantees and certainly a long history in the literature. What is attractive about techniques. Like these sinks. The iron makes a very important contribution on the so-called lung stationary time series forecasting because they can solve those non stationary time series models using the difference. Operator because as you know. I remember is the rich very beautiful that you got only approach. The coyote show the stationary panzer is focusing program on the other side in the real practice. The problem faced usually are lung station so how to transform. Those non station returned to risk problem to stationers. Tides hampshire is very important probe and i remind us over seven point elegant way to do this job. So he's attracting. This either reason in my opinion but lee finds the transformation i remote thus is not sufficient and actually we can do more because we're essentially the differentiation operator is actually can be expanded as a digital poetry than allows frequency components and realize no from cuisine components for the dior difference operator. So let's see our findings so that digital filtering on one hand. I guess maybe naively. I could look at that and say oh. It's probably good. It's taking out noise in the data. How is that the rung intuition because this regarding lahser you shoot when your candidate. Times data on the traditional explanation is voiced that pinpoint you got observation from the signal precision. Porno view is actually the pan domain. But actually you can do the cancer steak from the franck was doman so you feel with the boys. They exist though from quiz components and hybrid components the job of digital richer. Richer is to remove those from zero high from crusade. Depends on your design. Yes he remove those laws so this is a lesson as you point out in the paper. These methods end up distorting the data at certain frequencies in those are desirable frequencies that you'd wanna have so that's kind of a weakness or an achilles heel in the model. What was next once you had this observation. Yes actually our paper. We just to propose a very gender macer which is called. I remember same. Although i will do spectral lance and digital delivery and then to plow the focused. Let's he's quite simple from work i do. Is i for the spectral orleans We should develop some data dependent digital retrieve such this ritually. Let's furniture universities is a difference operator. Career affects the characteristics of the data. Which means this kind really removes alois. Because the noise kyle resistant different forms. Sometimes it's not easy for you until you find it. For example in some data points ladies annoys is low frequencies sometimes lowest. Be the high from so state dependent operator the freezer. So let's see the next job. We're going to do so. I'd love to dive deeper into the spectral analysis. I think you did a good job describing how you know noise can be in different parts of the frequency. What is it about the army sinn model. that's able to capture that. Are you actually modeling out the noise in some way or what's the next step there and actually did not apply this whole moldy are specific programs. We just was unspiritual. Allowances are electoral by going to some find. Some are real world problems and apply or miscarriage too series..

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Why ARiMA Is Not Sufficient

Data Skeptic

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Why ARiMA Is Not Sufficient

"Name is chung show carney associated professor and the southwest johnson university in trump province in china. And can you tell me a little bit about your specific research areas. What do you study my research areas. Congress daytime my machine learning and data analytics gender most specifically focused on forecasting demand focusing in retail and time series focused sich of sees. So the main pay for. I asked you on to discuss. Today is wire arena and serena or s arema not sufficient. You'd mentioned you have a good background in machine learning. I don't necessarily think of a reema as a machine learning technique. How do these two areas fit together in your mind. Actually because the site focused teams all problems and can be served by machinery and when the approached this focusing problem with fines and attorney time service models are very important solutions to forecast team problems. Other side focused is very important in today's areas because you're low many many data so always Focused in problem. We find penser is very important and we also find iron man. Sarah map and armagh. Those are very classic. Run divided news time service motives and when we do couldn't this i remind saruman model. We're fans than actually the classical extre nation or classical. Modern for iran. serena is northern sufficient sarichichekli. Either way actually approach. I remember sarim from elisa angle which is spectral lenzi's digital delivery and in your system theory so we use elisa angle to do countries a romance. I remember motive defines onto loads dench a sufficient from the rich porno view. So this is the whole ground

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"sarim" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Come to a full peace agreement And the biden say oh well because trump and said we will gary well. He's president everything else from the point about the trump with real is it was conditional on how on how the taliban i've broken every one of those rules. What is scheduled to get least the british civilians out. Well we have run out those planes going in we all slowly but surely getting people out you know very very large numbers of people from all different nations stuck about apple And you know this there is kinda literally just a few hundred dollars away so you know one just hosts we can get everybody out something. Really bad develops It's going to be a very very tense week to ten days. What we find out of this. But i will alabama biking. We've turned the clock back. Twenty years augury in terms of the knowledge of women. And i was going back through the ages and the other extraordinary thing the taliban billions of pounds worth of us military equipment old military equipment that was sent to help the help. The afghan army that too is now in the hands of jad is how could we the country. But trust america with empha- if joe biden was in charge. And i'm not even show that nato which has been around the guarantee of peace against the soviet union love those don't even show nato can survive. What it is quite. America is back is biden said. They cheered jesusa. Here was his wonderful new leader and actually eat the more damage than any president. In modern times. I agree with you one hundred percent. We have another minute or so you anything else. You want to tell the american people Yeah get rid of by by the we come up with kamala. I mean none of us know much about kamala harris. Now that's true that's true. She didn't i'm known quantity but most nicest rankings ratings in the polls are going down as well so you don't have dental cotton sarim They're making a real mess. Everything blow the the southern bully. You name it And all i can say to people is the mid midtown's at least give it off a cheeses eight but might just stop them doing more damage so get ready for the mid would. Only democratic crisis can couldn't correct this total of the niger. Farraj thank you so much. Thank you for everything you do. For great britain. And what you do for the whole world by telling the truth thank you..

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"sarim" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Take facebook and instagram in twenty nineteen they made seventy billion i think in facebook did and i think instagram did. Like fourteen or fifteen billion ad revenue. That's like eighty five billion dollars in ad revenue vessel. Lots of money. You know what. I'm saying so to abandon that to go to a subscription model. How do you monetize that. In a way that that you know you satisfied your shareholders in your stock price. And i i think facebook and instagram are so far down that path they're enormously successful so and also i just feel like that's the path that their own right. That's the way in my opinion. Most social networks have like spain a good twelve years where they are the thing right there. Everybody rocks with eighty eight to twelve. Years is the most popular thing on the planet right like my face. Which is i feel like. It's my space is dead like it's rip right into graceful as a senior citizen by my generation. That's right you know my mom's facebook now. Isn't that big actually own facebook. Yeah so if the graham falls in that sweet spot for me. That was like okay. I'm even even people younger than me. But it's probably like a twenty years probably from twenty five to forty five. This is ours right in. Then the kids younger they have their snapchat right and they have twitch and now they have tick-tock so kids will be on apps that their parents are not on the they're gonna find these communities so regardless of how a facebook innovates or snapchat innovates. There's somebody older brother sister. That's on snatch not going on my mom's will snapchat. I'm willing to take ta going to stay on twitter. So no the only thing they can do as choir which is cool they want acquiring the in continue to keep their audience but other than that someone. Some people are going to say no. I'm going to build to be here. And that's my my my goal with sam basis centennial's like that's really gonna get this platform because they understand so much about what it is that the platform does the transactional right. There are a lot more generous with their money. Understand virtual currency in in-app purchases in cash. Happen things like that so they understand how it works and it weird to them to give somebody some money like through a threat at blogging. That cash apples weird for somebody's finally fifties. you know. Get on money on the internet in talking to some people but for these for somebody's eighteen they understand that. It's not there robin hood. They're buying stocks gained by up on it so they get it. Yes i think about. I was listening to another interview that you did. And you were talking about. How when these instagram's the facebook's in they will throttle your reach and you they mess up the time line so stuff that was posted yesterday is just now coming up. And you know there's gotta you follow five thousand people but you only three hundred and so I've seen people all through the years as i'm sure you have. I would just. I would pay to get rid of you. Know this sequencing of post. I would pay to reach more of my people and so i wonder what your thoughts are on how That subscription model will evolve. So right now. You have a million followers on instagram. You might reach. go live on your page. You might have like. I know four thousand people. Watch your life right like. Do you really believe if you go live. Sarim sends out one million notifications is not happening. Because you could say. Go by the shirt go. Download this song combat. Someone they wanna do anything to pay to reach that audience right. Ads is what it is about. Oh boosting your posts right estimate which view it's a successful model and some people will pay nothing outreach to our region and that's it that's fine what i wanna do with I want is many eyeballs. I wanna million eyeballs because added fifty thousand. People are really gonna rock what you right. Those are the fifty thousand people that were really right which you let me change that. But yeah those are the people that are really gonna robertson so That's why for me. That's why you know the as they throw your engagement down. You know. I i want to. I want a million eyeballs on you. Because i know oh man we're going to convert that i know it. All those people are going to convert it to loves as subscriptions in revenue. So as many people that i can see see that that works and works at your benefit in my benefit. Get ready to get real. Kevin hart host in new peacock original series heart-to-heart featuring authentic conversations with celebrity guests. Each week. kevin will sit down with a well known figure in entertainment to hold a deep and personal conversation. You can expect the unexpected. Kevin and his guests will unpack stories from their lives sharing moments of success. 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"sarim" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"But i shouldn't have to be like oh i dedicate my life as being msg back in the halo days. When we were playing. I played against donald j. You guys. I forgot the name of it when you're trying to get the ball. It was one of those unloved but purely loved game modes and get the me later but you know what your qualifications complex because you know why andrew sports is not gonna work. because that's the only one simone biles. There's only one. Michael phelps degree. There's only one somebody give me another there some. I know there's some folks that can name certain lake. I guess co stars of gaming community you take off the people from streetfighter and vote. Because i can't do those fighting games you and i can handle. I'm just saying and that's the problem. Yeah yeah i can hold my own marker. Almost yeah i can figure it out you know. Yeah just like the fighting games would probably be the only ones that could see like take actual real skill. 'cause damn heart. I get good at streetfighter or smashed or tekken or or versa fighter guilty gear. What have you. Oh my god. We're we're just the tuneup guys. Play streetfighter gave you like uneven. An arcade stick the one on one them and smash the you know the play every every couple days like okay. I can win round one. But once i get around to. I'm like oh god this teenager that has been playing smash all summer on a good day though. And here's the thing francisco. And i you know for a good period of time. Oh there's a lizard house for good period of time we'll play smash aligns. The baby's not catholic at it. What we do. We just hit a random and sometimes we just kick some dunes by or gals but we are equal opportunity. You know ask what when it comes to smash brothers lives and jets if you want to follow us online gaming tags. They'll look in our little sarim. Go from there. I i love the concept of it but how does it fit. What are the qualifications they make. It seem tone. Ten less thorough. The only way. I could see it even remotely working is if there was a legitimate like i dunno like olympic games that the developed just for the olympics. That has almost like a permit by. Ea sports no hell. Could you imagine no. You have to play..

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"sarim" Discussed on UN News

UN News

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on UN News

"It's low tide at cambodia's tonle sap southeast asia's largest freshwater lake fishing boats return to the docks while children play on the mudflats their joyful prize or a stark contrast to tomes the rooms childhood. Kathy rotten him like dalton. In my childhood i helped. My mother make steamed rice cakes. Two so says the forty one year old crouching. She's skuas small fish for as long as the room can remember. Work has been a part of her life. how. I needed to wake up very early in the morning. I wrote a boat from one village to the next to sell the cakes after her father pasta way seru had to support her. The one that was why i quit school. Sarim story is not uncommon. Nineteen percent of cambodian children aged five to seventeen work mostly in agriculture especially fisheries fishing and rice cultivation are the backbone of the country's economy they're integral to cambodian cultural identity and food security while tone laced up late contributes over half of the country's fish production. It's four point. Eight million residents a some of asia's poorest many face extreme poverty and parents have no choice but to send their children to work explains one tone from the commun- committee for women and children bamford up. China monin gas in the past ten to fifteen years. There's been a lot of child labor in the community. They always bring my children fishing with them and they use the children to work for others to get extra income for their family. Go assign wall. It's legal in cambodia for children aged fifteen to seventeen to work. What's knows legal is when that work violates. Their rights child labor is defined as work but is inappropriate for chance. Sage if it affects or inter fees. We've charged education or if it is likely to The health and safety. That's child labor expert ariane chantal from the food and agriculture organization of the united nations fao. She says that when children miss out on an education they miss out on so much more child. Labor hinders children from reaching their full potential and their future. Chance of getting decent employment child. Labor.

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"sarim" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"So if you're a religion that is being impacted by da. And let's say for example. They're not letting you have your iowa or they're arresting people in shouldn't you may legitimately be able to sue those officers in their personal capacity for money damages lender referenda that was mind blowing and refer has been around for years. Nobody realized you can pursue damages. So that's a game changer. The other thing too. That is very encouraging about this court. Weirdly enough again. Another benefit of pandemic role the religion cases that came out over the last year because of all the church closes multiple governors around. The country were entering orders to shut all public accommodation and try to stem the spread of covid and this included shutting down churches and a bunch of these religious organization sued and a few of these cases have worked their way up the supreme court and the courts deciding in favor of the religious freedom. So yeah it's wacky but this might be the best supreme court ever for psychedelics. I i have to admit you know. Whenever i read news about the court ruling on some religious freedom thing i just see the headlines kinda cringe but now. I'm kind of looking bars for the law of unintended consequences. I guess Yeah let let me blow your mind. A little further you know who can star. It's right sure. Oh yeah okay. So ken starr put out a book about four five months ago. Doing this really. I have to say fantastic survey of first amendment religion law and the supreme court And he was coming through The different bar organizations promoting the book. So he did a continuing education seminar here in arizona which i participated in and got to ask him a question at the end about psychedelic religions and damaged. All if he didn't and up answering my question positively He was very encouraging. And i will say the book is actually well written if you don't know much at all about the first amendment and supreme court cases this is the book for you it. It's it's it encapsulates in summarize all the major cases now i will say ken starr does use it as a platform to also advocate his political views. Which is fine assist book. I have no quarrel with that. But if you can overlook that and just read the book for its content. It's really a good read. I can't say enough good about it. A nice recommendation. Of course i am an old reader of the i f stone weekly in he. He'd never read anything that agreed with. The is read the opposition. So that's probably a good recommendation onto that would. Yeah well if you consider like the the history of the religious freedom restoration act. The back story of that comes out of The smith the oregon case which was a peyote case. And this was the case in which justice scalia back when he was alive had ripped away the standard of review the supreme court had used for decades and within two years. The public was so freaked out by that congress drafted and pass the religious freedom restoration and the number of disparate and different religious organizations. That all came out and join together in support of that was unprecedented groups that in no circumstance ever would've come together all came together for this and i think if we get a good supreme court challenge on some of these issues. It'll happen again. Well that's that's very encouraging encouraging trying to shift the discussion just a little bit listeners. No questions here. If if i was a young lawsuit right now And i was living in california in a ahead legally smoked cannabis thought. Hey this is pretty good thing and a. I'm looking at ways to get into law. And i wanted i want to get involved in working To bring an end to the war on drugs and get involved in all this what direction. Hobby young lawyers get involved this because obviously you know they have not much sway in a in a firm when it come out of law school Sure Boy that that is a seminar unto itself first off to to the to the law students and young lawyers out there Know that there's no one path. There are so many different paths you can take doing a solo shop working inside a different firm and building department for them Finding different organizations that may be one in house counsel for assistance. Even these burgeoning psychedelics pharmaceutical companies are raising of capital. That they actually do want to hire in house lawyers. Frankly if you're doing a lot of legal work its way cheaper to having on the payroll than to hire an outside lawyer so so In thinking about hiring outside lawyer We all live in various parts of the country here. and on thursday all over the world but Here in the us when when somebody has a friend called him and says hey. I just got arrested for this saturday. Other thing has to do with the psychedelic sarim. Dna or canvas How do i find a lawyer. And they don't have to live in your hometown. How how do you tell people to find a lawyer. That has some idea but Either psychedelic bar cannabis. Law is all about. Yeah for for sure. So you're right finding a good criminal defense lawyer. Whose verse in these issues is a little difficult Particularly if you're wanting to do for example a defense based on a religious argument or you've got some other just not normal run-of-the-mill argument it is hard because there's no lush and say no. There are very few lawyers out there who are openly advertising that they provide these services so your fallback is most.

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"sarim" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"Like oh shot but the thing. It was just a bunch of twigs. Just watering every day and here here she comes The little girl comes in and uses or nano bots and now. We have a green tree with tomatoes on it. Yeah and i was like oh my god. That's she could be a really cool. Marble superhero all my man. Won't you'll be she'll be like what's captain vengeance from black lower cup plenty. Well yes you gonna be captain planet to you. Know who. I'm saying right from blackhawk for clever vengeance. Yes he's magic powers is like routing threes of live and stuff like that she she can actually They never really showed it but her the reason why the villain wanted her well water her nano bots is because that's the only one that he could manage to tariff on mars Which instead of using the hydrogen bob. Joe's him exactly. What god but why am is because we see now. Earth terra formed at the end of the movie But we never saw her. I mean she did say. I made up some trees and she's calling. She's still in the story as a little girl would tell you know like my uncle took me there. And and i'll go. Par took his tattoos scare. My friends took me. I create it trees. So i wish if they come up with partout we get to see her do that. Because that would be really sarim. Nissim to captain benjamin. Ill give us closer to to see the progress of this is that would you were giving a little glimpse by the the movie. Oh what the bright future. We look like but that would have been cool to see that to see her leg. Grow trees out of the earth. And alan and you see how eric cleaned up. Yeah so now we see earth and we can see without you know. There's looks like the dome vote which is kind of on released like there's so many place on earth that you can look at a place like that nowadays get very remote place in order to experience that it makes me wonder too. I mean i know. I said at the beginning of this episode but It makes me wonder too why he didn't do that. But the owner of this company. Instead of i mean i would think you know he already have to the he. He already has the dome built Y- has the people there. They wanna move to mars and he seems in. Don't know if you caught this or not. This is something that maybe i don't understand. Maybe you have to watch the movie more times to understand. But the villain seems to believe and the reason why he's doing this that he has to make sure to. Earth is viewed as On repairable so then he can take his group of people and moved to mars and who cares about the rest right. I always thought that didn't really make any sense to me dawson. He had the group of people that was going to go with them tomorrow..

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"sarim" Discussed on Kush Conversations

Kush Conversations

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on Kush Conversations

"You're seeing yourself through. Your other is or something like that. Like i was visiting other dimensions or other worlds where i was and i could see what that self was doing and it was the weirdest thing like we just sat there. He said that we both like just vanished. And then i woke up now. I totally say that was someone that was probably one of your other selves for us from what i believe are fully would tell you that i've experienced men the seven different dimensions. Each one is represented by just break down the different colored from your top to your bottom each one. You can attuned to. This is how you would actually jump into it You can check this shit out. There's actually footage is of people that would actually look like they're jumping through time or fucking into portal's that's my suspicion that those people that are actually activated that stuff that actually achieved that ability actually jumped in between dimensions. Now in each other dimensions is a counter youth now in each dimension. Don't you can attuned to one above you in one below you. This is where you always get that of above and below in different cultures The above and below is the one that you can attuned to so naturally on earth like our frequency that we're a tuned to leave as green. This is why we're known as the green planet green whatever we're actually blue or whatnot or blue planet or vice versa. But anyways wearing the green where the center of he looks sarim less where the color green is So we're sender so the only cousins that we can interact attuned to between us would be the yellow one blow us and the blue one above us Does raw shit comes through Culturally wise if you go through shockers in energies into two minute frequencies tesla even wrote about this too when you talked about The three main frequencies existences energy frequency vibration vibration is how ancient chance would go through and how these guys actually teleport through dimensions through chanting stuff.

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"sarim" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"sarim" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

"Or an occasional announcement you have this beautiful quiet serene bird's eye view of love the studios and the resort hotels and the riviera. And and coming in when you come across the waterway to art animations and pop century. Or whether you're using it to get from a park to your resort or wherever. I look east west north and south. All roads lead to disney's caribbean beach resort. But i do I am absolutely enamored with the sky liner and even more so at night. And i think you also get a new appreciation not just of the resorts look. I think the skyline was the best thing that could have happened to caribbean beach. Because what it was often for many people over looked at as a resort or a place that you would go if you couldn't you recognize the beauty of that resort and you see all these vibrant colours illuminated at night. Is i think the rivera as very quickly become one of my favorite resorts. It's gorgeous at night and enjoying that sarim if it if you like the ones that are wrap these whimsically themed. Gondolas it. It it even if i don't i'm not staying there. I have gone on occasion to ride the sky liner for the sake of riding the skylar and there's nothing better than riding at sunset and at night. You got me so giddy right now in my in my in my seclusion of isolation here in my little corner of pennsylvania so much stuff i looking forward to that's definitely one of them is the skyline Barely missed the chance. Do last time. I was there but long lines though. I think you know. I think this was actually on our list of the most romantic things to in the last night is romantic. I mean is the other one that i had on my list. One of the first things i put was writing the launch boats that night which Again on our romantic lists too but Egg these these are the launch boats either the wilderness lodge contemporary fort wilderness circuit or the grand flurry polly magic kingdom. Those are my favorites but I oftentimes will go on those boats not to get from one place to another but just for the experience of especially at night and pending on the mood. You're in The seclusion on bay lake with the the wilderness lodge launch is pretty cool. When you really out in the middle of the lake with no one around you conversely the seventies lagunas go because you do see the lights of all the resorts in the major kingdom and if you time it right you might get glimpse to fireworks so That's always a magical thing. I love to do at night and i'll do it just for the sake of doing it just because to me. That's the traction unto itself. So.

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"sarim" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...

Yah Lah BUT...

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"sarim" Discussed on Yah Lah BUT...

"I'm all Monsieur just keeps talking about i. It was china. Renzo saying is all all about nesia and a lot is we don't look like Don't often malaysia. As much for various reasons and i'm sure one of them is if you're going to spend all that time travelling to k- already you were you quaveringly front to indonesia. Why don't you just focus on indonesian. Marcus is bigger. And you know Rising middle classes at tre. So i feel like there's a bill pinch de and obviously the iran all malaysians wanting to witnessing up all i think obviously the one is you can tell from the circuit breaker and everything. There's low militias who in singapore and Benefit from being able to travel to foster. And just i just culturally just having a trend and actually you know another form of travel out the country read. That could be an experience in itself is pretty awesome. I think about like the bullet. Trains in japan do do built to be like a to show the modernity of japan post war and everything and now. He's one of those things that you when you go japan. You just have to try it out at least once right you know the for some in this is just a pretty awesome experienced by itself and as you that you should eat while you are taking the training and things like that law. The builds its own like folklore and history. Right now is using. Shinkansen was almost like a rallying rallying after so there was the soviet postwar. It will just warriors projects to galvanize the nation in to put japan on the map. Because after shinkansen was first and then the the high speed rail started spreading to europe. and all that I i i believe so. I mean If if if by reputable sources of a netflix documentary are correct. La Basically it was around. I mean i it makes sense right there. One of the reasons. The japan like really I mean emerged from world war two as a superpower real quickly. Like we're talking about like twenty thirty years not right and yeah gooding. The bullet train and everything was a real testament to the engineering know-how and the ability to govern ice everyone to do something together. Which is something that you know Singaporeans we like to. We'd like to also boast the butler. Let we you know we can griddle teeth. Initially built something very quickly. If you really want to. How how response to covid so far has has appeared to wooller the high speed rail. I think we've been pretty awesome But i also wanted to just check view like Because you you have a lot of family and kale and everything and how how do you think they have been responding to high speed rail and lie driven insights to why why this might have fallen through. It happened so whenever i go to care which used to be a couple of times p pre covid i would always just try and be the brains about the political situation in malaysia. And why these happen. What happened and i would imagine voter. Ask them narrow they would say they probably had no faith in our ever happening in the going. Gonna shit like this. Leo ceo for yeah i didn't they will be the general sentiment and they would say it. Yeah exactly the most gone wins in. Would they will fuck up by the time you all just in this little bubble where y'all so small and his easiest run and your government okay. How competition they do shit shape. Malaysia holy from ballgame like earlier this february. When i when. I went off for reading before i left before a fucking salami. Nami of cova thing i did. I was your concern. Concerns covid delay. What fun is our political. Situation is shit. Everything's breaking down. Why will you give a shit of again. The hierarchy of priorities so covet was adept point not the highest and at this point honestly. I think the hitch as singapore. I don't know this coming. Our way as Singaporeans or at least singapore in the singapore malaysia dyes might more distraught at this than then. Because i mean the interesting thing that you said is like About how in the long run right is fucking garage because it's not just singapore and care on august. Seven stops along the way because they doesn't express train that is was planned to run every thirty minutes singapore malaysia. But then there was another And they will think ninety minutes. There was another train that also run half an hour and will make stops at each of these seven stations. I ended with eight hundred twenty minutes coming for so. He's not just beating up the journey from singapore to malaysia. But within these these major cities like sarim ban malacca which is pretty awesome because then it increases mobility within malaysia. But i mean. I'm just thinking i think it is. It might just be okay. Be probably maybe there's some politics may be some fucking haro some reason that we are not aware of where the weeden decided the duties and and fuck shit like that because it is my stunts and we all know matt. There still is very influential guy in meeting against matair maybe might do something do fuck up meetings or something because even Two months ago and was trying to derail meetings budget approval right there. So there's all shit. But then i think if if because malaysia rhino has a trillion trillion. Get a deficit. I think it might be one of those things. He realized you know like Let's see renting versus buying a house you know renting its elderly throwing away money money. That could be used against a mortgage to buy an asset but in the short term is easier whereas buying a house right or you need to fucking come up with this shit but it at one go so even makes long-term sense. Melissa may be the kids. Do it for them. Right now is really a huge fucking budget. Because i think it was planned to cost them about thirty five billion dollars. I think I could've any number of or how much is gonna costing for And he because people are xp money forty malaysia ship man and all but i think malaysia would-be bearing the brunt of the cost. Because the line is is more malaysia. And i've read reports that The line is not really sustainable. Only serving domestic travel neela for malaysia..

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