21 Burst results for "Saron"

"saron" Discussed on Product Hunt Radio

Product Hunt Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"saron" Discussed on Product Hunt Radio

"I've read blow has that you've done on platforms people colored tack, but mainly for people who aren't super familiar with your work. Tell us a bit about your who you are where you're based on what you're working on. Sure. Absolutely. So I am currently based in Cindy go California, but I'm actually moving back to the east coast. Back to the New York City New Jersey area soon a couple months, actually super excited to be back on the east coast and about. Yeah. I'm super pumped it's just so much energy and so much life and people hustle, and bustle and trying to get things done. I'm excited like be in that environment again, you know, and then as far as my work, I am the CEO, founder of code newbie. We are a community of people who are learning to code and programmers, and we're the most supportive community and our whole goal is to create content and projects that help you become the best of, upper you. Can into help you feel comfortable in supported in your coating journey. And so we do that a couple of days. We have two podcasts. We have the yes podcast where myself and my coz fight, he Joshi, we teach computer science, twenty minute episodes. We have our co newbie podcast, which is interviewing all kinds of people from folks who are just getting started all the way up to the CTO Microsoft, and that is doing interviews of people on their coding journey and trying to get some really good stories and lessons and advise that whole thing. And then we also produced a conference, call land, which is happening, July twenty second in New York City, and that is all about bringing the stuff that we're doing online, and bringing that to life and really getting your chance to celebrate the wonderful world of coding. So that is all about getting people to talk not just about the technical tools, but what they're using the tools to do, and whether using it for so how are they creating, you know, funny satire apps at your apps? How're the? Yeah. We have a really great opening talk of a woman who. Does this app called equitable? And the idea banned the app is how there's like, you know, huge pay gap between men and women and people of color, women of color. And so she basically created an app that you can use when you go out with someone who is not like you and based on your demographics, you share a certain part of the Bill. So if I'm going out with yes, amazing. What is it? I think it's like sixty six cents to the dollar of women of color, or black owing specifically to white men. So if I go out with white man than I only have to pay, you know, my, my share and he gets paid a little bit more. So this may. World amazing. It's this brilliant funny way of talking about something that's actually a really deep in big problem. And she used technology to do that, to get your point across, so highlighting stories like that people who are doing amazing things to solve problems. Talk about real issues using the power of code. I love that. I love this focus on stories that something we care a lot about product time. You know, we recently launched maker stories really product radio is all about, sort of going beyond that public profile of the people shaping, the future of tech and getting to know more about their story things that at a first glance, you may not have known or may not have understood so a definitely wanna come back to talking more about Coachman could newbie. I'd love to rewind a little bit and hear more about your story on specifically your journey into tack. So is software engineering something that you dreamed about when.

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"saron" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"saron" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"And hang on Massachusetts. Joel from Florida and this. Eight six zero says after hearing that letter it sounds like we have another nominee in the democrat twenty twenty primary. Yeah. Nine one nine the men. I married changed me. How many men were she married to? She was married to three men. You know, you keep marrying ISIS fighters. They have a pretty high mortality rate these days. Do you know if they have any good life insurance companies in Damascus? You only call Florida the sunshine state the series, the Saron Saron gas state park. All the paulie UPS guy says says you're a fine thespian in a man's body. I didn't come here to be made sport of you know, I mean, I'm a method actor, and that's my map at okay. That's the way. That's the way. I roll, you know, eight four four five hundred forty two forty two today's poll question is brought to you by name. Lock main Ken Johnson and his team at nimh lock in design and produce trade show displays that produce results for you at trade shows conventions and promotional events they've done great banners for me. And they really do a great job. That's nim. Lock main in IM L. Okay. To learn more. Go to limb not Nim lock in IM L. Okay. Dash main dot com. Name lock dash main dot com. Steve what's the poll question? What are the results so far? What is John Pimental deserve for splashing? Those hippie protesters with his plow, truck applause and awards or criminal charges applause and awards ninety four percent, say applause and awards that applause and awards. Listen, they they we have the actual original TV package that was done by Bill shields from channel four, and it's it's pretty pretty funny here. So it runs a minute forty-seven. But let's play it five thirty the driver of. This plow truck.

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Is Brad Pitt dating Angelina Jolie's 'enemy' Charlize Theron?

Colleen and Bradley

06:10 min | 2 years ago

Is Brad Pitt dating Angelina Jolie's 'enemy' Charlize Theron?

"While your entry point. I had no idea that Angelina Jolie and Charlie's thorough were enemies. Why those headlines thank you. Okay. So so first of all I the. Okay. So so I went out of order. But this is how the weekend began. The first headline comes out. That Charlie's therein. And how are we saying Farrand Saron? Oh, yeah. That. It is what it is that the two of them have been dating. And that they were seen over the weekend. The last week quote all over each other. Do we have photographic evidence? Negative of this hotness happening. No, who's telling us close to the situation. Oh, please. I says that they were introduced by her ex fiance, Sean Penn, but the two of them have been seeing each other, quote, the new lovebirds were all over each other the showbiz function. Show showbiz function anyone last week. This is what a source claimed. Yeah. So already I'm calling foul on this. And then I get that second headline, which this is the headline the second headline. They came out which was my first encounter the headlines, which was that Angelina Jolie, she mad y'all because she does not like Shirley's there. And why doesn't she likes your Shirley's there? And she's her mortal enemy, wow. Did this happen? Well, actually, there wasn't like a precipitating factor. The real reason why allegedly is because Shirley's there and is taking all of Angelina Jolie's roles in question, you guys, please. Julie. He as maybe not successful in the acting feel like Academy Award winning actress Angelina Jolie, she's doing. Okay. She's doing okay. Yeah. So that's the second headline. That's being pushed down our throats is like, oh, no Angelina is mad. It makes it sound like Angelina Jolie in Charlie's there and have been mortal enemies since birth right? The guy from unbreakable and Mr. glass like they are pitted against each other diametrically opposed. Also, convenient ones blonde and one brunette exactly then then then I get the third headline. This is the one that is not often reported which is. Angelina Jolie seen outside looking solemn because she's very upset that. Brad pitt. She's probably like, I don't know. Maybe she had gas. She was just walking down the street made like face. Washing laundry, just based on the private life. You guys have told me about Angelina Jolie just Casey doing this. She just seems like she's got a lot on the plate. No Angela doesn't have time for mortal enemies point. She just seemed like she's got a lot going on like a lot of stuff done pack from our own. I just she does does not strike me as I'm going to hate you in the shins shallows in the Doug. She doesn't strike me as she's also just busy not being pleased. With Brad Pitt. I don't think she cares who he's with. No. I don't think so either. I don't think he's actually with Shirley's in either. No, I don't think he is. Now, I want to add a little bit to this Colleen. This is the lead story on people dot com right now. Do people dot com is running with the headlines Brad Pitt peer peon here. Shirley's there met six months ago on a shoe to quote, they have spent time together. Well know Blake Sherlock because they're sitting side by side at a photo shoot. So of course, they spent time together. Now this according to a source telling people magazine exclusively now going on. Yes. Exactly. Because to other relationships we've talked about in the realm of conspiracy theory, one being Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra shown us shown us. Thank you very much. They worked exclusively through people magazine, that's where their wedding weaken photo-spread was published. Also going back to our other celebrity relationship. Does your from last week would be? What do we call them? Sweat sweat. I'm like why just forgot their name? Yes. The Katherine Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt relationship. Yeah. So, of course, people dot com is running with this headline trying to make us think that Brad Pitt and Charlene stare at her having a relationship together because people magazine is where you go when you want to fan the flames of your fake romance in order to gain publicity. Yeah. Yes. Lazy? Totally done. Now. Holly, I have it on good authority that there might be a corresponding blind item that we could toss out there. Oh,

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"saron" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"saron" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"You got to can we listen to a little more of that indescribable? Pom pom pom. You know, who Christopher Lee is Greg. I'm in Christopher relief from monster movies, right? Yeah. Paul do. You turned out that same Christopher Lee. I assume. Yeah. From Lord of the rings, right? Okay. Right. And who actually had quite a career in monster movies? Little drummer boy Saron sings little drummer, boy that would work. Appreciate your call your contribution. Okay. I had mentioned before the break that when we were researching. The film's the candidates for fifty worst films of all time. And this was way way back in the seventies. They didn't have cassettes at the time. They didn't have on demand. You couldn't see a film on the internet. We actually have to went this film from a rental house in sixteen millimetres and show with a projector, which we did when we had a worst films. Many worst film festival just for friends. The film is called Santa Claus conquers, the martians, and there's a line of dialogue. There's a sequence that leads up to this film. And the film is about how they actually try to the Martian children are not enjoying any joy up there. So they kidnap Santa Claus. And they take him to Mars, and he's sort of held prisoner there. Here's the final scene leading into the Christmas. Classic who Ray for Santa Claus. Thank you for bringing happiness to the children of my and the Christmas spirit to all of us. Sure from the bottom of my heart. I wish you and yours. The very best of everything. Any chimney you. Missed the punchline here, Jeremy he's fat and round, but jumping Jiminy he can climb down any chimney, and yes, they. This was a it's actually become a very successful film and p Isadora who later became a. Somewhat successful. She wanted Golden Globe award once for butterfly. But she was in the film as an eight year old a very embarrassed eight-year-old. Let us go to Kristen in Albany, Oregon. Kristen you're on the Michael Medved Show. I'm michael. I still laugh I kept the podcast on my phone the one you did like a year or two ago, but the my favorite is. I think it's from do. They know it's Christmas is the only sound their hearing the clanging bells of doom..

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"saron" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"saron" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Pom-pom. You know, who Christopher Lee is Greg. I mean, Christopher Lee from monster movies, right? Yeah. Paul do you turned out that same Christopher Lee? I assume. Yeah. Solomon from Lord of the rings, right? Okay. Right. And who actually had quite a career in monster movies? Little drummer boy Saron sings little drummer, boy that would work. Appreciate your calling your contribution of okay? I had mentioned before the break that when we were researching. The film's candidates for fifty worst films of all time. And this was way back in the seventies. They didn't have cassettes at the time. They didn't have on demand. You couldn't see a film on the internet. We actually have to rent this film from a rental house in sixteen millimetres and show with a projector, which we did when we had a worst films. Many worst film festival just for friends. The film is called Santa Claus conquers, the martians, and there's a line of dialogue. There's a sequence that leads up to this film. And the film is about how they actually try to the Martian children are not enjoying any joy up there. So they kidnap Santa Claus. And they take him up to Mars, and he's sort of held prisoner there. Here's the final scene leading into the Christmas. Classic who Ray for Santa Claus. Thank you sent her bringing happiness to the children of mice and the Christmas spirit to all of us should from the bottom of my heart. I wish you and yours. The very best of everything..

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"saron" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"saron" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Pom pom. You know, who Christopher Lee is Greg. I mean, Christopher Lee from monster movies, right? Yeah. Paul you turned out that same Christopher Lee. I assume. Yeah. Solomon from Lord of the rings, right? Okay. Right. And who actually had quite a career in monster movies? Little drummer boy Saron sings little drummer, boy that would work appreciate your call in your contribution of okay? I had mentioned before the break that when we were researching. The film's the candidates for our fifty films of all time. And this was way way back in the seventies. They didn't have cassettes at the time. They didn't have on demand. You couldn't see a film on the internet. We actually have to rent this film from a rental house in sixteen millimeters and show with a projector, which we did when we had a worst films. Many worst film festival just for friends. The film is called Santa Claus conquers, the martians, and there's a line of dialogue. There's a sequence that leads up to this film. And the film is about how they actually try to the Martian children are not enjoying any joy up there. So they kidnap Santa Claus. And they take him up to Mars, and he's sort of held prisoner there. Here's the final scene leading into the Christmas. Classic who Ray for Santa Claus. Thank you for bringing happiness to the children of my the Christmas spirit to all of us. Sure from the bottom of my heart. I wish you and yours the Betty of everything..

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"saron" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"saron" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You got to come. Can we listen to a little more of that that indescribable? Rumba pom pom. You know, who Christopher Lee is Greg. I mean, Christopher Lee from monster movies, right? Yeah. Paul do you turned out that same Christopher Lee assume? Yeah. Sour on from Lord of the rings. Right. Okay. Right. And who actually had quite a career in monster movies? Little drummer boy Saron sings little drummer, boy that would work appreciate your call and your contribution of okay? I had mentioned before the break that when we were researching. The film's the candidates for our fifty worst films of all time. And this was way way back in the seventies. They didn't have cassettes at the time. They didn't have on demand. You couldn't see a film on the internet. We actually have to rent this film from a rental house in sixteen millimetres and show with a projector, which we did when we had a worst films. Many worst film festival just for friends. The film is called Santa Claus conquers, the martians, and there's a line of dialogue. There's a sequence that leads up to this film. And the film is about how they actually try to the Martian children are not enjoying any joy up there. So they kidnap Santa Claus. And they take him up to Mars, and he's sort of held prisoner there. Here's the final scene leading into the Christmas. Classic who Ray for Santa Claus. Thank you for bringing happiness to the children of mice and the Christmas spirit to all of us from the bottom of my heart. I wish you and yours the very best of everything..

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"saron" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"saron" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You know, who Christopher Lee is Greg. I mean, Christopher Lee from monster movies, right? Yeah. Paul do you turned out that same Christopher Lee? I assume. Yeah. Solomon from Lord of the rings, right? Okay. Right. And who actually had quite a career in monster movies? Little drummer boy Saron sings little drummer, boy that would work appreciate your call and your contribution. Okay. I had mentioned before the break that when we were researching. The film's candidates for fifty worst films of all time. And this was way way back in the seventies. They didn't have cassettes at the time. They didn't have demand. You couldn't see a film on the internet. We actually have to rent this film from a rental house in sixteen millimetres and show with a projector, which we did when we had a worst films. Many worst film festival for friends. The film is called Santa Claus conquers, the martians, and there's a line of dialogue. There's a sequence that leads up to this film. And the film is about how they actually try to the Martian children are not enjoying any joy up there. So they kidnap Santa Claus. And they take him up to Mars, and he's sort of held prisoner there. Here's the final scene leading into the Christmas. Classic who Ray for Santa Claus. Thank you Santa for bringing happiness to the children of the Christmas spirit to all of us. Sure from the bottom of my heart. I wish you and yours the very best of everything..

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"saron" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"saron" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"One hundred depending on their here for economic reasons. That's what they're here for. And that's not a reason for asylum. That's not it's not we can have empathy. We can we can understand. But it's not a reason for silent. And I think that's what needs to honestly be talked about which I don't hear talked about. Because all I hear about is the I read an article awhile ago, I just I got halfway through my I can't even do the long term health ramifications of the being teargassed, and it was like they were hit with Saron. And I was just I can't do this anymore. You are. You're just you're pitching, your whatever it is that you need to pitch, and it's not real. It's not three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter producer, Phil. You are a person that likes to as you. I saw you had your little party this week. How many people do you cook for twenty eight? Now, there is a mother in law. Who? Get ready for this guy's. So she's having Christmas dinner. So she sends out this thing, and she invited all these people. But she didn't want anybody bring anything, but she did say everyone's gotta pay twenty one bucks. Hi feel about that. That's interesting. Would you do that? Phil. Would you would you view view by the people over? You can have a big party. Would you would you ever think about charging people? No, no, no now, I don't know what their financial situation is. She says she doesn't want to do it all from scratch. You must get a lot of it pre done. So it's more money. I get that. Some people in your family are complaining. I I had my my axe. Good woman her family. They would invite us over for barbecue her brother and sister in law, and then we got there we had to give them like ten or fifteen bucks each for the barbecue. And I'm like what I was sitting around doing nothing you invited me over. I would never do that. But I also don't know the family situation because if you think about it, and this is just to me, if you've thirty like, what do you think it cost for all that food the other? Did you do most of it filled with people bring stuff people brought a lot of stuff. I bought the Turkey and a few of the sides and some refreshments. Yeah. See that wasn't bad. But if you had if you want to do the whole thing he said just don't bring anything you just show up. What do you think that would have cost you? Like three hundred and some dollars. I could see why people would do I could. I could. I I it's it's weird. You know, there's a specific number. I was just put a hat out. If you needed to say, everybody throw a few bucks in here, you know, or or maybe what I would have what you should have done is say, hey, look, you have one person you tell that. Look we need to get some money for this. Because you know, I can't afford these kinds of things one everybody over and say, all right? You know, let me handle it. And then that way when you invite everybody everybody goes around somebody goes around is designated. Hey, look mom's invite everybody over it's gonna be kind of expensive. I'm throwing a few bucks in what everybody throw a couple of bucks. That would have probably been better. This makes her seem like she's some chintzy person. And I don't know if that I think it's coming off wrong. Ma'am weird. But yeah, I mean, I always think it's nice that you could you toss in for something like X, people do good things. But it is weird. If somebody invites you to a barbecue, I think that's the weird thing. Right..

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"saron" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"saron" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"When you're when you're some of these girls who come from this, you know, over egotistical place. It's so not attracted. I wanna be friends with girls that are like that. I wanna be friends with girls that are like here my flaws. We all have like I literally, it's a lot more relatable, which I think is the reason is people are more likeable the morally yard, but we never tried. We never set out to have this dynamic or it just sort of happened, just happened or it just sort of happened organically. And then the only way to do our show that we did was to have like flawed characters that we made fun of. Excellent. Question. Okay. So as you guys know, I we're gonna do the new section and then we'll go to Instagram. Saron will help us. Crowd are awards ceremony for best comedy of the week. We'll do a crashing recap some questions. Before we start. You guys are the heads, the creative heads of bumble so tell us about that. 'cause I know last night was the bubble on hundred. It was really amazing. We should have had them in the bumble one hundred. I said that to them, but we didn't know them yet we didn't. Okay. And now that it's happened, we've seen so many people we wished we'd included in that. You know, it's such a great group of people. We are really happy to be working with bumble we just completed our, we've just hit like the year Mark in September that we've been working with them and listen. It's a an amazing opportunity for us. It's a female founded company that has grown so quickly that is supportive of women. They were definitely ahead of their time in making a safe place for women and protecting women and doing it in a way that doesn't. Exclude men or shame and blame men because that's not what bubbles about almost just about like everyone feeling good and safe, and whether you're a guy or girl and they're growing so fast and Whitney such an amazing, impressive person. And we basically help them with anything that's creative from the bubble one hundred campaign which highlighted the hundred most inspiring people on bumble that are in New York that you can find on.

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"saron" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"saron" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Five six nine one six for ProVia. All right. Let's get back to inventor and chief science officer of touch points. Dr Amy Saron, she's a leading neuro psychologists especially in the specializing in the evaluation prevention and diagnosis of stress and mental and behavioral brain-based disorders. We're talking about something that's innovative. That's helping a lot of people recover from the stress they're under and that's something called touch points. All right back to the interview, Dr Sarah. Let's let's see I wanna see if you can relate to the audience. How you figured this out is this touch points situation. I have a familiarity with it, and I'll share with the audience the amazing results that one of my grandchildren had with its use in just a little bit. But I wanna have you talk to the audience about touch point. Points. How it reduces stress and how it works. Yeah. So what I was treating PTSD. I realized know we should be able to prevent this. Like in vaccines. You have to inject people with things so that their immunity can build up over them. But I don't need to inject anybody with stress people are going in and out of states and stress all the time. What we need to do is restore the body's natural natural balance. After a stressful situation or during a stressful situation and bring them out of it as quickly as possible. And there's a network in the brain that if you add these gentle vibrations that are non invasive in the touch points. It will make a different decision about stress it actually divert the stress response, and it does so very quickly. So we're getting about a seventy percent reduction in stress in about thirty seconds. And this is very important for people not only you wanna feel calmer. But in performance situations. We just did a study in athletes in Brazil and found that they were able to stay in their zone of performance and their quarters all levels. We're actually a lot lower. When they were receiving touch points versus a placebo. This is very exciting research that we're going to be publishing soon. But that's really important for people who want to not burn themselves out when they're performing at work, or if they're Ashley or even as they're going about their day, if we're stabilizing cortisol the body is not an inflamed state and people can be healthier and better. I remember when going through both psychiatry and psychology in college, how you're really bringing up old stuff that I recall, and it reminds me of that needle the component that some people in a stressful situation will either run and get away from it and others will just drop in be consumed. Some people would do a radio show like this. And they'd you know, they'd fainter. Their blood pressure will go through the roof and other people would look forward to it. They've sort of conditioned themselves. So it's all about our response to stress we're not taught how to deal with that war growing up. We just overreact to it mostly. And then wonder how to get out of it? And a lot of people. Dr Sharon, let's face it use everything from alcohol to cigarettes to marijuana. You Lissette Lissette drugs to de-stress or one wind. So describe to the audience looking at the device, the touch points device. What it looks like? And what? They would expect should they attempt to reduce their stress by seventy percent, and who wouldn't want that in thirty seconds. Everybody has stress. The touch points are two devices and in order to divert the body stretch response one needs to be worn on each side of the body. So they come with wristband and they're small squares. They look sort of like an apple watch, and you can wear them on your rent in your pockets and your socks or even hold them in your hands since they work very quickly some people just put them in their hands. And then when they feel better they turn them off. And they think is with each other. So that there's a rhythmic there's a rhythm to the gentle vibrations. And this is what diverts the body stress response. So they're very very easy to wear. In fact, we have a lot of medical students. Now, speaking of your psychiatry days who are putting them in their socks and keeping them on when they're taking their boards because we know diety is a huge issue and what medical student, and what any student doesn't have a lot of stress, and they wish they could stay calm, cool and collected in those situations. So. Very quiet, and they're able to be worn without any any detection. So a lot of people are wearing them at work to get through stressful times or even sometimes all day, and there's a lot of autistic children and children with other difficulties that are wearing them all day at school because it seems to help them not go into that sort of sensory overload and get overwhelmed and go into fighter flight you were talking about the fight or flight response, which which is the body's stress switch have you hold that thought Dr Sarah, we're going to have to go to a break. We'll come back, ladies and gentlemen, and give you the access phone.

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"saron" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"saron" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"See in the kingdom of God. The challenge always begins from the inside out, not the outside at character and integrity is measured from the inside out, not the outside. We're not judged by. Are we better than the people out here? We're judged by. Is there evidence going on inside of us that we're becoming more like Christ? That's what we're judged by. Jesus says, hey, even the pagans, love their children. Even the pagans, love people who love them. We love your enemies. Will you be different? What's another word for holy set apart different. So the assumption here is as believers. We will know what a wolf is. We will not want to be wolves. We will not like wolves. We will want to run from wolves or confront them. If God calls us to that is the assumption. The danger. Is when Saron appears outside the gates of more door cast is an angel of light. That's the danger when it looks like Senate talks like, or it looks like our nationalistic or try ballistic preferences and and proclivities. I'm black. This black person says they've been abused and rather than they've been abused by the police and rather than take a look at what's the truth. I are with our common blackness truth be damned or let's switch it around. I'm white. Am I black? Christian friend says they've been abused by the police and because I'm white and I think these things are way overblown and I watched Fox News.

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"saron" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"saron" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Thanks. Get to Dimitrius Johnson part of UFC two, twenty seven. Cody Garbrandt is gonna join us as well. He's fighting j. dillashaw these, the other co main event or on that card on those guys are so fascinating to me there just love the the quote that you just mentioned to him and you have to clean it up a little bit for radio, but it's it's, it's speaks to not just MMA guys, but just anybody that competes in a physical sport. Yeah, I did an interview a few years ago with Kabwe Serono you a UFC guy. It was. It felt like I was interviewing like this combination of cowboy like his nickname Tyler Durden from fight club and this philosopher and he was talking about how NMA's become this big trend and you're like, you start seeing the gyms with these average guys who like are living vicariously through the anime that they watch and the UFC they watch. He said, a lot of guys wanna do wolf bleep until it's time to do. I'll tell you Cowboys Cowboys. Saron is a guy that will do wolf. Like he's actually looking for the opportunities day. He's seeking it out. I actually after I got that quote, I texted the Brian. I'm like, I'm pretty sure we're not willfully. Just just so you all know all the three of us are all we are all punks. I knew that already not say any different. Listen, we're laughing and joking Dern every break Dimitrius walked in here all the five, three and we looked at nervous. There wasn't a word. We took a picture with him. I was afraid like put my arm in the wrong spot, get him angry. Guy. I mean, it's funny too because he is he's short, but he's just a powerhouse. I mean, he's just kind of going off topic here a little bit, but. You're talking about a guy that just immaculate physical condition, a smaller guy, but just in exquisite condition, it made me think of a picture that I saw the Duke media guide getting ready for college, basketball of Zion, Williamson, who might be the first pick in the draft. He's a highly regarded prospect, an NBA guy, six, seven to eighty five. Did you see that picture of him? ROY was floating around you. Obviously he's a tank, but he's overweight, right? Man, he plays at that weight. He played, he's a free like he can step into the NFL. Now in play tight in this is a trim like he ain't hitting the whites like the white coaches, like dude, we're doing some bans some stretching and some core it. We're going to get you out of here. He's the re, you know what I saw that picture. And the first thing that popped into my mind, get rid of this one and done rule. Zion. Williamson should be in the NBA if you hadn't watched him play, he's about six, eight, six, nine two eighty five can handle the basketball crossover handles and jumps like Vince Carter ridiculous. He should also be in the NBA for the safety of the college kids instant Mike stupider for them. Yeah, and can move and jump like what like what is he doing at Duke? Like I don't want. We're not getting wild here here. Minds me like LeBron he's figuring bit like like what? Like LeBron you're not going to state you were not like it was not realistic. I feel that way about. Zayn and Duke. But Brian is what's around six, seven six eight six six eight. Okay. About the same. Braun is six eight but LeBron sat to eighty-five brunch probably to fifty something to sixty something. Yeah. Eighty five. I mean he's got thirty pounds on the broad. Yeah, he he's an inch shorter. Yes, I has chemicals. Those are real like and bounce bunnies. He's not LeBron but physically great name to like. He's got a great name for entering and not to throw cold water on because I'm excited to see what you wonder if he's carrying that kind of weight as a freshman in college. What's he gonna look like when he's twenty five years old? I mean is he going to have to because LeBron is leaner than he was when he first came into the league LeBron is leeann out and LeBron has never been out of show leaner. That's actually the trend though. I mean you can. You can point to a lot of bigger guys who've got leaner like boogie cousins has gotten much leaner over the last few years..

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"saron" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"saron" Discussed on KGO 810

"But the fact is that when the US sanctions, are in place. There are no alternatives Malcolm Israel jets northwest Syria a, site they've struck before this one associated with Saron gas what they hit they hit a place in Moscow Which. Is in north west Syria it's a missile production facility that used, to be used for the production and, storing of, chemical weapons. We don't know if they're still there but they, said that several, members were killed here they're producing As these Iranian dismissal production facility at mossy yes today you run announced a new air, to, air missile a more advanced one we don't believe that that is what, was under production in Syria these are probably more primitive. But it shows that they're using Syria and instead, of shipping things across from Iran. And across Iraq Syria and be hit by Israel as they're hoping that by producing it locally they'll. Be able to transfer it to cause, more easily thank God displaces have been uncovered and. Destroyed Phares How do they manage to to identify. Them and destroy the Malcolm very good intelligence we know. There are a lot of people who who report on these activities Russia doesn't want to see it either so we don't believe that they they may pass on. Information didn't you certainly don't do anything to interfere with the strikes as. Long, as they don't hit Russian with BB does that mean, that Russia's signs onto. These strikes they don't have the sign on but they're not signing..

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Watchdog: Nerve agent, toxic chemical "very likely" used in Syria attacks

All Things Considered

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Watchdog: Nerve agent, toxic chemical "very likely" used in Syria attacks

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst a new report from the world's chemical weapons watchdog the opcw finds it the nerve agent saron and the toxic chemical chlorine were used as weapons of war in attacks on a syrian village in two thousand seventeen and peers worth sherlock reports the finding comes as the opcw works to confirm reports of another apparent chemical attack in the capital of damascus this year the syrian government agreed to surrender its chemical weapons ass no to international inspectors in two thousand thirteen but since then the use of chemical weapons in syria by both the regime and opposition rebels has continued the new abc w report finds that sarin was used in an attack against the then rebelheld village of alabama on the twenty fourth of april last year and the two chlorine gas bomb was dropped on the surgical hospital the next day the report comes as investigators try to determine whether the chemical weapons we used in a separate attack on the rebel held town of douma near damascus that killed dozens of people in april this year ruth sherlock npr news beirut the federal reserve raised its benchmark interest rate to between one and three quarters percent and two percent economist joel naroff says that's due to the growing economy and with it inflation the fed is also raising rates because ready to still too low and they're worried about the next recession and they wanna have the ability to lower rates in the future just in case we do run into a recession it's the second rate hike this year and more are planned prices at the wholesale level rose to the highest level since january of twenty twelve a sign that the strong economy is starting to spark inflation the labor department says its producer price index which measures inflation before it reaches consumers rose three point one percent last month from may of twenty seventeen all street lower by the closing bell the dow down one hundred nineteen nasdaq down eight you're listening to npr news and this is is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson new jersey's experiment with sports betting begins tomorrow morning just one month after the supreme court cleared the way for states to legalize gambling on sports wnyc's ilya marritz has the details the first legal sports bet in garden state history will be placed by new jersey's governor phil murphy he's called in the cameras.

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"saron" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"saron" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Now you say it's for banning i use oh so that mean you can have them just don't be the first to use them exactly the argument walls if you're able to retaliate in kind this would deter attack in the first place for much of the recent controversy about the chemical weapons in syria stems from their use on civilian populations now what's the use of chemical weapons confined just to the battlefield proper will war one or was it used on civilians as well well of course the battlefield in the eastern front on the western front was not an exclusive military zone all belligerents relied on the lodge note mount civilian labor and civilian support and some of the trench lines were very close to existing french communities so there wasn't an exclusive battlefield here anyone could be affected within within the range of the weapon systems okay so we start with chlorine which affects the lungs then mustard gas which can go through clothing when we're nerve agents like saron developed they were came in at the very end of the nineteen thirties germans again it was a byproduct of pesticide research and the earliest no agents toubon sarin set the standard for a very new form of agent which was odorless didn't emit he wasn't visible chlorine walls but was relatively speaking fast acting and more toxic than many of the first world war agents we have another clip here from saron chemical weapon attack from alaba in iraq's kurdish region in nineteen eighty eight this man's name is omitted have listen.

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"saron" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"saron" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Eighteen in what would be a textbook fashion to use that term it's to clear areas saron in particular or nerve agent disperses quite quickly so troops can move in relatively quickly after the agent is used and they're really weapons of terror studies have shown from interviews with iranian who've been subjected to all sorts of chemical weapons attacks from the iraqis in the nineteen eighty s is at levels of ptsd are far higher than the equivalent use of conventional weapons and so it alternately sends a real signal to the opposition in these areas that they will be cleared out it's best for you to capitulate and give up otherwise we'll just continue to be hit now whether or not this causes more headaches for bouchara lozad i i would argue it probably changed the mind of the us president who in multiple interviews before he was elected donald trump said that assad wasn't really as problem that was his logic state the first set of strikes months ago was against an airstrip and it seems like no people died i don't even know if anything except asphalt was destroyed in that set of strikes you could tell me if it was this set of strikes seems to at least been a targeting of the actual facilities that actually makes saron gas but you tell me what you know about them yeah i mean so the first one was basically just a little bit over a year ago and targeted the airbase from which regime aircraft took off and bombed an opposition held city with seren gas and so far it was clearly a punitive retaliatory strike on the air base from which this attack emanated zoom ably where these weapons were stored it did take out some aircraft but one of the complicating factors of this is that it was determined that russians were co located and to try and keep everything from escalating into places the us doesn't want it to go they forewarned the russians which is quite prudent this time around the numb.

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"saron" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"saron" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Area this military facility was a syrian center for the research development production and testing of chemical and biological warfare technology the second target was a chemical weapons storage facility west of homes we assessed this was the primary location of syrian saron in precursor production equipment the third target which was in the vicinity of the second target contained both the chemical weapons equipment storage facility and an important command post british and french naval and air forces were involved in the operation and for reasons of operational security i won't be more specific us general joseph dunford let's talk to jonathan bill whose defense correspondent he's in cyprus where some uk forces are based jonathan give us the latest from there if you will yes say four rif tornado jets took off from here at akrotiri in cyprus in the areas of this morning they wouldn't have had to go fly very far to be in range of their targets they were each carrying a large storm shadow cruise missile which is fire and forget weapon essentially has a range of about three hundred miles this specific target we've been told was a chemical weapons storage facility west of homes about fifteen miles west of homes and the belief of the md is that that careful analysis ensure they maximize the destruction of that facility whilst minimising the risk of contamination they believe they had at that facility the precursors for the use of chemical weapons so those jets there's jets essentially back now we think this is a one off operation they will wait and see how how the regime response to it jonathan beale in.

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Pope: 'Nothing justifies' chemical weapons in Syria

The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Pope: 'Nothing justifies' chemical weapons in Syria

"The news watch never stops wbz news time is ten thirty we've got thirty nine degrees in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news the temperature heading up to about forty three this afternoon traffic and weather together coming up our top story now dozens of civilians are dead in syria including many women and children after a chemical weapons attack outside the capital city damascus first responders in the town of duma have found entire families dead in their homes and these families showed signs of consistent that are consistent with gas poisoning abc stephanie ramos is in washington government denies these allegations and continues to say they don't have any chemical weapons now this comes a year and a day after president trump ordered dozens of strikes on the syrian regime airbase for issues of saron gas that killed approximately one hundred syrians response to the reports out of syria president trump called it a mindless chemical attack in a tweet you said the area where the attack occurred was on lockdown and surrounded by the syrian army no one could get out and he called for humanitarian aid to be allowed in he says russian president vladimir putin and iran are influential shereen backers and they're responsible for backing when he called animal assad syrian president bashar assad's government is denying that there was a poison gas attack june oh pope francis is condemning the suspected use of chemical weapons in syria the pope closed his traditional sunday blessing in saint peter's square by saying nothing can justify the use of chemical weapons against defenseless populations he offered prayers for the deceased and the families that are suffering and he called for those responsible for the suspected attack in syria to seek negotiations a two alarm fire in gloucester completely destroyed a four million dollar waterfront home that reportedly belongs to a high end restaurant owner according to wbz tv the owner is steve dila fico owner of davos restaurant fire officials say the blaze at the two bedroom home on penny lane broke out around eleven thirty in the evening crews had trouble fighting it because of heavy winds and.

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Trump suggests possible meeting with Putin in "not-too-distant future"

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Trump suggests possible meeting with Putin in "not-too-distant future"

"The future as you believe that is huge and we're trying to had to prepare the physical as soon as possible he has several locations he's going to visit over the next few days he says the to the united states and saudi arabia have a very deep relationship china's president xi warning that efforts to widen divisions with taiwan it'd be punished by history this in a speech marking the beginning of a second term he told parliament that china had the capabilities to stop any efforts to formalize taiwan's independence us president trump says he's very concerned about the arms race he says he called russian president vladimir putin to congratulate him on his victory we had a very good call and i suspect that we'll probably be meeting into not too distant future to discuss the arms race which is getting out of control but we will never allow anybody to have anything even close to what we have so concerned about the arms race but the us will have the biggest house speaker paul ryan says he's received assurances the special prosecutor bob muller will be finishing his work special council should be free to follow through he's investigation to its completion without interference absolutely i am confident that he'll be able to do that i received assurances that his firings not even under consideration ryan says nobody is above the law thirteen japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for the nineteen ninety five gas attack on the tokyo subway system secrecy that surrounds japan's death penalty system severe ap reporting it appears the saron gas attack cases have reached their final phase south korea saying it will send a one hundred sixty member artistic route to north korea will include about ten celebrated pay pop singers for rare concert claire march thirty one to april three show young pills on the list global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg we could do it brian nice nice one ed yeah nine minutes now past.

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"saron" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

Podcast Brunch Club

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"saron" Discussed on Podcast Brunch Club

"Saron i listen to the podcast episodes every month we are going to sort of indian the moment hit pause when we have something to say and record of waisman memo and then we're gonna sort of patch it all together with the help of stephen and we're going to kind of turn it into a little bit of an aa early we synchronous will see conversation we so might pivot typically if it's the podcast not working has but had we guests definitely on need it your and feedback i'd i've on this so i've had you can an email a real time me conversation at podcast with them at podcast that brunch was club a little dot com bit too if much you have for feedback me i just couldn't schedule now it and onto it was the playlist a little difficult for the month with scheduling and this technical month our difficulties theme was looking for so love this is a little and bit we easier featured for four us podcast and also episodes it's i think it's a little one bit more interesting was because from the curiosity we are podcast really passionate another about what we have was to say in the from moment the deer and sugars sure podcast we can write notes another and come was to a conversation from real rough time translation but it just doesn't have the same and feel then an so optional episode i think was from hidden the brain heading pause in recording and voice i memo will say and that a turning lot it of into the comments sort of an that ac saron synchronous i conversation recorded will had work nicely to do with the deer sugars episode the deer sugars episode featured a an economist who was addressing the question of whether or not there is scarcity of available men at least nfc a heterosexual context so it was a really interesting op assoc.

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