30 Burst results for "Seren"

Chino Shoho Yuko Chino

Cults

05:06 min | 4 months ago

Chino Shoho Yuko Chino

"Sixty nine year old. Yuko chino's hopes to avoid. The apocalypse were dashed when her followers were unable to rescue. The wayward bearded. Thomas chan from a tokyo river with the end of the world. Imminent chino and her followers fled to a mountainside road where their convoy stopped after several days of snarling. Traffic and headaches for locals police arrived and barricaded the group to monitor them on the day of their apocalypse. And hopefully past the authorities planned to keep chino and her followers under watch until the press and other gawkers moved on but as may fifteenth quickly approached. Everyone was on high alert. A minor earthquake struck. Tokyo potentially foreshadowing chino's cataclysm chino's followers readied their minds and bodies for a swift death. And then the morning of may fifteenth arrived. The group eagerly awoke to see if they could spot the mysterious tenth planet bureau in the sky but they were only met with some warm spring rain showers. They held their breath for the rest of the day waiting for monstrous earthquakes. But those never came and when the sky cleared up new bureau wasn't anywhere to be seen. There were no reports of disasters anywhere on earth. The world capped spinning pana wave. The science wing of chino's group immediately went into damage control mode. They announced that. Chino delayed the doomsday. For one week. Chino said the fearsome date was now may twenty second one panel wave follower rationalized. The lack of apocalypse by saying the gods and our chairman did not wish for the end of the earth. This is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note the nasa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg when chino's date for the end of the world came with no fanfare. You'd think it might be challenging for her devotees to continue putting their faith in her but continuing to hold beliefs after a failed. Prediction is actually quite common. According to psychiatrist. Neil liser if a cult member had strong beliefs and sacrificed a lot continuing to believe might be less painful than discarding everything. They've stood for. He wrote the occurrence of a prophetic disprove. Rationalization must follow in order to assuage anxiety created by this this confirmation wiser even specifically wrote the this rationalization may take the form of an admission of the miscalculation of the predicted date. He said for truly committed believers prophecies cannot and do not fail even though pana wave postponed the end of the world by a week the authorities continued to keep a close watch on them. The public still had no assurance that the group wouldn't turn out to be dangerous in the vein of a previous called called omission. Rico ocean rikio scar japanese society forever when they released talks six seren gas into the underground subways of tokyo. In march of nineteen ninety-five that attack resulted in twelve deaths and more than five thousand injuries. Ever since then japanese authorities were wary and watchful over bizarre and apocalyptic religious groups in addition to any comparisons to option. Rico the actions of other cults such as heaven's gate toward the people's temple also left them on alert in the example of heaven's gate thirty nine cult members committed group ritual suicide the deterioration of the jonestown encampment of the peoples temple resulted in the deaths of more than nine hundred individuals. So after may fifteenth came and went the police nervously watched and waited to see what chino and her followers might do. Next tensions were high at the encampment as cult members who just been granted. Another of life continued with their daily tasks. The police and press marveled as chino's flock bother to do laundry and dane duties as the apocalypse approached. But they watched closely to see if there are any signs of a sinister plan. Most of the other bystanders were there for entertainment but some wondered what if chino was right. The old reclusive woman seemed so sure and her conviction spoke volumes the days slowly past and then may twenty second finally arrived but just as before nothing extraordinary happened. Chino's followers were disappointed but most never lost faith in their leader. The authorities hung around for a few more days but when they realized the group wasn't dangerous they lost interest and broke down their barricade.

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Dog noses detect heat, the world faces coronavirus, and scientists search for extraterrestrial life

Science Magazine Podcast

06:04 min | 1 year ago

Dog noses detect heat, the world faces coronavirus, and scientists search for extraterrestrial life

"Up this week. I talked with online news editor David Brim about how dogs noses may be able to detect heat next. We have international editor Martin answering. He's GonNa tell us about the latest news on Corona virus finally in an interview from the triple. As annual meeting producer. Meghan Cantwell talks with Jill. Tarter about the latest technologies being used to search for. Alien Life. Now we have on news editor David Griffin. And he's here to share his favorite online story from the week. Hi Dave Sarah. Okay so I think I know this is your favorite. It involves animals doesn't just involve animal. Seren involves one of my favorite animals which is a dog domesticated animals domesticated animals. Yes yeah so yeah so we love to do dog and cat stories or as much as we can and this is a really cool on because we sort of feel like we kind of figured everything out about dogs and even cats. I mean we've lived with them for ten thousand fifteen thousand years doesn't like there'd be any more surprises but the study says there's Least one surprise left with dogs. We didn't know about right. So if your dog sitting there looking at you funny tilting its head. And you're like what if it what is it might be sensing an odd heat signature in the room. We already know dogs. Noses are super amazing hair smells sensitivity is about a hundred million times more sensitive than ours. Were this new study showing that actually dogs don't detect sense can actually detect heat as well They detect heat with their nose. That's right. They're sensing weak thermal radiation in so dogs like a lot of mammals. They have this kind of naked smooth skin on the tips of their noses around their nostrils. Our noses are wet and cold as quite as innovative as dogs are and so. This coldest is actually kind of a clue because you know in order to sense heat. You can't be hot right otherwise you wouldn't be able to tell if something is like if you have a fever or if you have a warm hand you touch somebody with a fever. You're not gonna be able to sense it very well but if you spend five minutes outside it's really cold and you touch something head. Even if they're normal temperature it's going to feel really warm to you and sort the similar idea with dog noses because it's cold and wet it's able to be able to text up even just sort of marginally warmed hasn't even super warm dies had cold wet noses and actually have a hard time thinking of another animal. That has a nose like this but I know there are other animals that can sense thermal signals. Have the same kind of thing going on right sir. Like vampire bats can actually sense thermal radiation Certain species of snakes can do that and they also both these also have colder noses and so the fact that dogs also had these sort of legendarily cold those sort of gives a hint and researchers wanted to test a new. Study that we're going to see. Well can dogs actually do this? This is something that's always tricky testing the senses of an animal their ability to perceive something. How did they set it up in this study? Will they work with dogs who please So this was mercifully. Not An experiment done on. Cats were much different outcome but the first experiment. They have three pet dogs and they had that choose between a warm objects and my warm. We mean about thirty one degrees. Celsius so slightly warmer that room temperature and then a room temperature object and he please objects about one point six meters away from the dogs. The dogs were touching these objects. They actually had to be able to sniff out this heat at a distance The office looked and smelled exactly the same. Or How do they know? They smelled the same. I assume they controlled for that. I mean I assume that these these are basically objects. I don't think we described in the story but these are pretty bland object. I think it's a couple of boards with a heat thing in the middle of it so these are not very olfactory interesting objects and they're exactly the same Dave. When you heat something up it does smell different. How do we know that? The dog isn't king and on that. And they have these amazing sniffers will the researchers another set of experiments this time with thirteen dogs and they were able to get them in an effort. Marai scanner which measures brain activity and they saw that when the dogs were sniffing out objects that were slightly warmer. There were areas of the brain. There were activating there. Were not the same areas at activate when they smell something so it was if specific region the brain. It's to be lighting up but again it was only when the dogs were detecting thermal radiation. They did not see these regions light up when the dogs were. Just try to sniff out an object. That was just room temperature. So that combined with the previous experiment does not conclusive but it really adds up to this idea. That dogs really do have. This can actually sniff out. Warmness a not a sense with their with their noses. Why am I that BE USEFUL FOR DOGS? Or THEIR ANCESTORS. Were we know that these other animals like the vampire bats stakes these it in hunting? So they're not just hunting by looking at things but since emotional smelt heat especially for stakes is really important and so what this suggests is dogs and we all know. Dogs are descended from Gray Wolves. Who were very effective hunters and rules need to be able to sniff out pray and you can imagine that if if they're just relying on smell alone they may be missing something. That's maybe hiding or may be covered up by other odors but if they can sense heat as well especially heat at a distance that's GonNa make them much more effective hunters of any warm blooded prey and so the feeling is that dogs may have inherited this ability from their ancestor of the Grey Wolves. I guess they can try to test out next they can. They can try to experiment with wolves. It'll probably be a little trickier thank you so much. Dave thanks David. Grimm is the online editor for science. News you can find a link to this story and the related research at science mag dot org slash podcast stay tuned for an interview with international news editor. Martin answering with the latest on Corona virus.

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IBM's Ginni Rometty is stepping down as CEO

Squawk Pod

03:50 min | 1 year ago

IBM's Ginni Rometty is stepping down as CEO

"In corporate news. IBM says its longtime CEO. Genie is stepping down effective April. Sixth Rometty has served in that role since two thousand and twelve eight years Arvind Krishna. I know it's been tapped as her successor. IBM says remedy will remain executive chairman through the end of the year the stock rising on the news. Oh here's a look at how. IBM shares have performed under remedies tenure. In the eight years but she will have been there through that time under the during that time we could see right there. It's down by about about twenty three percents it's been a a saga and it involved. It involved massive turnaround people like Warren Buffett. Who probably I believe when he was in the stock and I I've had some other people? I guess I won't go into people that all along said look. The revenue is not is not rising zing. And it's not goodbye hit other people and I think Jeff's Asana thought it was gonNA come out and make the case. It was very difficult to position. IBM for the future is in a difficult spot. Somebody said to me you didn't think about it. Initially someone said Oh. Is this a laugh glass cliff situations and I said I don't think so from you know they talk about. Sometimes when women are put in positions of companies how position on fixable position with Yahoo far they wrote articles about Mary Barra being put in this position. GM borrows done very well or this is at the time when she got the job. You would have never known how difficult it was ask. Because their predecessors appeared to be rockstars and yet they really left her holding the bag the whole time was trying to get rid of what she called. The was at the calories Sir revenues revenue that was not profitable and that was not going to be. This isn't even trying to transition like a Microsoft future. which was when did that camera? Nineteen eighty eighty or something this the fifties and sixties in big blue and John Acres and it had had to be repositioned a couple of times. Already Gerstner I had to come in Palmisano. Had to come in and turn it around so I mean have. IBM to even know what it is anymore. How about digital equipment? Anyone remember member digital equipment. How about data general about signed computer? How about what was that? Novell remember the biggest high flier in the world was novell and they're just totally elite. It's been tough and there are some people that think with Whiter. Seren Red Hat. Maybe it's position well for the future so I don't think we can. We can talk. I take away. Yes sharing that in Sonnenfeldt said that's not the first time journal says that's an interesting issue but how to measure her tenure. You're by the way you should. I mean you probably have the same emails than I did. There's so many people in the CEO Community who love her Jamie diamond. Tim Cook I mean the list goes on and on I think talking do. She's on the show. This is round table with Jamie but in terms of measuring her legacy legacy. You're either gonNA say she kept the company alive at a time when it was a real struggle or if you if you have a less generous view she didn't do what you what could have done so counterfactual I mean you really have to think you're in a position to take one of these legacy company that has a mainframe in frame or whatever it was. There's a lot of examples of companies that do something in the old days. They didn't become facebook Google. They didn't become even Microsoft. They didn't try new. Oh companies seem to take that man with guys in the guys in their garage. Just tell del there in the garage and they figure it all out under subtly. It's even better than the previous thing and even have. IBM still around in playing in the cloud as a viable competitor. And I don't know I don't know how to measure.

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NGO brings visibility to millions of children out of school worldwide

UN News

12:13 min | 1 year ago

NGO brings visibility to millions of children out of school worldwide

"This is Matt Wells at UN news an estimated two hundred sixty million children not receiving an education and the crisis hampering their access to vital life skills and the jobs market leaders at the nonprofit their world have committed to closing the education gap the organizations bringing visibility to the scale of the global education crisis through through an immersive installation the infant classroom a mirrored room which highlights the huge number of unfilled seats in schools across the world sites it on the main. UN Plaza in New New York the installation serves as the centerpiece of their world's latest campaign Hashtag right the wrong aiming to gain the financial support and political momentum to help children achieve she therefore potential and Gio Partners Founder Sarah Brown and President Justin Vanfleet spoke to you and uses Nutley Hutchison onstage in the G. Media his own during the German assemblies high level week well so we set up the infinity room right outside the main doors to the headquarters because we wanted to capture people going past and just make sure that education was front and center this has been a UN week where how we protect our planet has been the start to the week and and now we're moving across to talk about people on that planet and truthfully. We're not going to find a way to save upon it. If we don't find a way to educate all our children to who need to know what they need need to do to play their part so the infinity rumors you walk into it is a mirrored space that when you sit at the the children the school desks there the mirrors create literally millions of empty desks representing the two hundred and sixty million childrens. You say who don't get the chance chance to go to school and there's some sound as well right. Do you want to tell people a little bit about this. Once you walk in there you can close the door. You can create your own photographs. Create your own film mm-hmm and the space will will do all the work for you but also you can hear the sound of a classroom and hear what the sound would be if we had all those children at school learning unexcited and planning futures to justify anything to add just building on that is what happens if we don't do anything about that today in right now and that's why we thought it was so important even when climate and other issues are front and center that I see even here at the boxes for educations at the bottom because it's the foundation that really helps achieve all those. SDG's and by having the box here front and center it reminds people have not just tuned sixty million out of school today but if we don't change change course immediately in two thousand thirty actually over eight hundred million over half of the world's young people won't have the skills that they'll need tend to the workforce we productive members of society so as a wakeup wakeup call to what's actually going to be happening in twenty thirty if we don't take action great so what is what is the global education crisis exactly and how do you bring visibility into this with all these other. SDG's that are competing this week especially so the crisis is simply that you have millions of children out of school but the crisis is also what that means for them as they grow up and as Justin said you face a future where within a very short period of time half of the world's young people will not have the skills to be ready to be able to enter employment or run their own business or engage in a job that Romo might be doing an unskilled job but there's going to be plenty of scope for people with skill jobs but they have to have that learning and we're creating a bigger and bigger gap as we have children who are able to go through the secondary school and onto higher education and leaving so many millions behind and the challenges also not just for those children who are in the poorest hardest to reach parts of the world world but also this children who are displaced and we have so many more children to address in a humanitarian context where as a refugee as asylum-seeker as as a child whose family can can move several times as they move. We have to be able to be flexible and provide opportunities for them so the comp the competition with the other goals is not a competition you know. I was talking to me Muhammad this morning and she said something very wise. She's she loves the progress of any single goal all from her point of view responsible for seventeen any progress on any single goal has a positive impact on others and education arguably has the greatest impact on how we cheese every right youth is certainly at the center of the conversation these days right yes absolutely Sarah. Would you share a about the founding of the organization. What sort of inspired fired you to pursue education at this level so I didn't set out to set up a charity that was focused on the global education crisis. When we first started the charity seventeen eighteen years ago it had a different name it was focused on community health and education projects and looking at the grassroots level but what's happened. Is We've grown. We've partnered with other initiatives. Initiatives been inclusive with the way that we work working with Justin. In a leadership role. There brings a lot of skills and expertise with his team where actually you are able to work right of that top. top-down level of looking at how we unlock the political will unlock the financing on adopt commitments to education that we scroll back ten fifteen years just weren't there and the journey to making education the priority was one where whatever health project we were doing something around nutrition or something environmental you can never reach your full goal when you'd dealing with children who don't get that chance to go to school and it was just something where myself and the other like-minded people realize that if we collaborated together we creative partnerships together as an organization we could do that and that's where their world was born but there will doesn't work on its own either you know we've got partnerships with other. NGOs always with UNICEF here with the meeting with them this morning and getting a lot of new commitments for education sharing our resources and I think all of us have to do that so their world is is there to collaborate and work with others because we need government civil society. We need businesses if together going to reach these goals great that's that's what I was going to ask him aside from the infinity classroom sort of what other involvement you had with the UN Jay this week in maybe more details about those partnerships so we here we have the Business Coalition for education that we established. It's been building private sector engagement with education so they've been hosting a big event. We've campaigned for many years at their world to be able to see the creation of the new financing facility big pledging today and education wait. That's within the unison family is they're. They're scooping up massive commitment this week for education emergency so we're having busy days every day of course and you both. I believe leave returned from a trip to Greece recently right where Russia around degrees yeah. Could you share by breaking. You told us it was it was it was one of those his trips where you realize the sheer scale the challenge in both of the global level but also what it means individuals where we were there on days we had record numbers. There's of young people arriving on boats from Turkey and these refugee reception centres that were already overcrowded three or four five times the capacity no supplies even for for a place to ten nothing and they're just waiting outside and you had all of these young people and most of them young people in these camps and we were able to do is as we partnered with education not wait and the players the Dutch postcode lottery and we said we have to do something we have to right the wrongs such an injustice of what was happening there and so collectively we invested into programs with UN agencies with UNICEF and unique CR and we're delivering five thousand school places right now because those young children we went. We saw that young people were able to take out of those camps go down the road of these centers and their eyes light up. They're taking out of these places and hope and opportunity everything's right in front of them and then you know the end of the day they you have to go back and so we have to solve that crisis of the refugees being there in those conditions but also this transit center they need some type of hope and opportunity so we're not making in a plan to double the capacity immediately when over eighty percent of them service in the next few months so they all have chance of education while there and so that's that's our big our big challenge ahead wonderful where where else has their world gone and made impacts so far what we've worked a lot with refugees because we campaigned very heavily to be able to get funding through the humanitarian sector. It's not that many is that change come about so we've had a lot of work with Syrian refugees. I'm British and so for for us to see in Europe refugees coming in was a big wakeup call in two thousand fifteen to sixteen to realize how close that that came to us coming in into the Greek islands but also something where we have a responsibility these people now our neighbors and to be able to engage. We've worked a lot so one of our biggest initiatives so it was the big breakthrough was making a proposal for the double shift school system and the WF school system is very simple solution to massive influx of people needing education and a the population like Lebanon or Turkey Jordan overwhelmed by how to cater to that need generously being prepared to do so and so if the school can start earlier in the day day you gotta first shift of children coming through and then halfway through move overtook double. The number of children can come through a school building in one day which means you don't have to to spend time working out where you're going to build buildings. You can get on with working how your teachers are going to be trained to cope different language instruction making sure there's children have the opportunity and and that's worked amazing. I mean just speak to the numbers more accurately than I did but we have hundreds of thousands if not millions of children who are now in school as a result of that system that's wonderful. That's not sit and I think that's the point is we're not an organization just to run programs on the ground because there are a lot of great partners that do that already and what we're really trying to do is find out where the blockage is where the gaps who's missing out. How do we provide immediate support but then also how do we create that change and unlock the bigger amounts of funding the bigger partnerships need to happen to really deliver sliver at scale exactly what you're saying. Lebanon with this proposal partnered with the government agencies and over three hundred thousand young people went back to school last year. There were refugees in Lebanon. That otherwise wouldn't have had that opportunity before we all work together on this. It was about ten thousand immediate impact that you can have if everybody works together really put her mind to these new innovative ways of doing work. That's that's wonderful. I'm staying on the good news. You mentioned there. Were new pledges that came out this morning. Justin I I was following some of your tweets there was incredible progress that came out of the UN today. Can you share a bit about who those donors were and and what we saw the first CIANCI veterans education cannot wait so looking for funding that needs to be ready to move very very quickly whether it's an unfolding emergencies so there was a number of countries that came to the fore so we saw Norway Way Denmark who was that Germany Germany the United States made a commitment made a big commitment so all all of those commitments are there and ready and then reaching out more widely and I know that education will now look towards the expo twenty twenty coming up and talking to Dubai you buy cars and other organizations in the region about how to galvanize more countries to be able to come in on board we had even more because after the education cannot wait event we had the International Finance Facility for education which is a new proposal. We've had out there and now there's actually money coming into this thing so it's real it's real we had youth campaigners the past last two years campaigning with their world and other organizations to get this thing up and now now it's there today there were six hundred million dollars in pledges into that and because of the way it's sort but actually multiplies the money through through the Multilateral Development Banks Action Equates about two point one billion dollars. We'll be able to invest in the next generation of young people and you combine that that with the amount from education cannot wait. We're looking at two point three two point four billion dollars that was raised just today just across the street for education and that's a big deal. That's probably the most that's been raised origination and he's single day in history. I think that good news. You're going to be the place where we stop today. Thank you so much seren Justin for joining US everyone. Thank you so much for for your attendance. Thank you great

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Tokyo's Prime Minister of Pizza

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Tokyo's Prime Minister of Pizza

"Amy amy welcome back to Milk Street. Thank you Chris good to be back so this is a story about neopolitan pizza in Tokyo Tokyo and so. Where does that story start. This story begins with a really cool character named soon culkeen Uma Sisu who is unlike anybody I've ever met before. He's this fifty nine sixty year old Japanese guy who doesn't look anywhere near his age probably because he's also into his rock music and he describes himself as ninety percent musician ten percent pizza master but actually chilly. If you talk to people in Tokyo he is the Prime Minister of Pizza in Tokyo. This guy single handedly brought Neapolitan oaten pizza specifically this thin crusted bubbly on the outside and very soft on the inside style of pizza to Tokyo. No one else else was making neopolitan pizza time management in my new book humidity sticking you how you hold on what I first started this pizza the restaurant twenty four years ago back then pizzas for Japanese people how this image of very thick abundant cheese a lot of festivals a lot of ingredients and the two pizzas. I'm serving today in the very beginning was met with a lot of confused looks Japanese. People didn't know that there there are pizzas that had more awesome awesome cheese so he goes to Naples to find an apprenticeship in what happens well he goes around he knocks on doors the wars of pizzerias and pizza makers all throughout Naples and no one will take him in as an apprentice. What does she put in a wha- MOCATTA new going when I went to Naples for the first time twenty five years ago this is nine hundred ninety five or talking about there were barely any Japanese people Naples so so most Italian restaurants back then we're very apprehensive to taking Japanese apprentices because there just weren't used to working with Japanese people and they thought that Japanese people couldn't Dan work with pizza so he came up with a brilliant training strategy for himself one that I would like to adopt if I were to become a pizza maker Jimmy Garoppolo economist Peter saw the muscle. I stayed in Naples for one year but I did not learn how to make pizza. I eight pizza for one year. He decided that the best way to learn how to make pizza was to eat pizza every single day for a year and that's that's what he did. I read that but I don't understand it. How did he managed to be tourist essentially eating the pizza and going back to Japan and learning how to make it in exactly the same method well. I think there are a few different ways that he did that. I mean first of all we've all. Bob Into pizzerias where you can see the pizza making going on so you can see the job being thrown how it's being tossed you can see the preparation you can time time even when the pizza goes in the oven and when it comes out so I imagine he did a lot of this just by observing and I think he tried to to stay as close to the real thing as possible and part of that too is being able to pick up the subtleties so one of the things that everyone who tries his pizza reports. It's back about is the fact that there's a little and they can tasted. Also you can see him do it. There's a little pinch of salt that he puts in the dough after it goes in the oven and if that little bit of Saltiness is there it makes it very morrish it means you want more and more and more and if that little bit of Saltiness is missing missing somehow the pizza is just lacking so he picked up on a lot of subtleties and he also readily admits he didn't come back and immediately open seren con Juvenile Pizzas Kuneva on ninety dollars yeah good junior. It took me a a very long time to correct

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"seren" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"seren" Discussed on Bad Science

"Your teeth to make a wider. Have you heard that that probably would work. Probably wow it even those black and color it would it does is it attract. I don't know the exact chemistry of but something about charcoal it attracts things and remove some wow so like any potential cons is to either putting this in your mouth or on your but can't think of any too much of it yeah but you can small small amounts of been and actually not a problem at all. Isn't it also also a hangover thing. Don't people use charcoal for that purpose do they. I thought that maybe I'm wrong. I've been wrong before charcoal. John's magic now charcoal is kind of magic yeah the ending on a it <unk> dark note. I guess there's an elephant graveyard in the film and I was reading that elephants don't usually go off and die in the same place like there wouldn't be an eleven graber yes it. Does that make sense. I'll just what you read okay so unsure. It doesn't seem like there would be such a thing right okay. I was like tombstones and stuff and say okay that makes a boat like I think that's where the hyenas where it was like you know like if <hes> which generally wouldn't be for elephants people don't hunt large amounts of elephants and you've been lines they would if they can get one they would do just be one right so I wouldn't see how they can all congregate yeah bunch of big bones. I mean somebody clearly just thought like man witness be cool. There's this idea that I've heard the concept of elephant graveyard oh I mean. I think it's a a sing that's been around. I don't know where got started listing okay well. I gotTa look that up or you you guys at home. Look it up and email me the origins of an elephant graveyard because I've just have have no idea and then I you know probably from a more proactive standpoints. I guess a lot of these animals are probably endangered or you know in in trouble because of Habitat Dis- you know take taking over the habitat and there's just not enough area these this kind of environment a savannah ecosystem requires very large areas for animals to Migrate Yeah Cause Dry seasons when there's a lot less water so so they had to migrate a lot further to get to water sources that becomes much drier so to get the food they'll have to travel around further and so by parceling up the African Seren Getty and Savannah General into like you know nations and cities and then Oh these are preserves naked live there only there yeah it's it has been very disruptive. While is there something we can do. Do you want to call out anyone. WHO's faulted is by name people humanity? It's humanity Orion..

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"seren" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"seren" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"A giraffe at the Seren Getty on Discovery Channel. He's like he's like looking all around and he'll Turkey to laugh a little bit. He'll look around. And if anything startled the beaches Johnson, he? It is a comical thing. That's interesting. I don't know if it's related to the fire or not. But clearly there's something about that water dish. What what is it? What kind of describe tried different ones? I had a metal note is that a plastic. Yeah. And then I got a ceramic one. And then I've got one that's not colored. And I've tried everything, you know, from the internet sources, I've tried taking his collar also is they don't pay angle against it. How old is your dog? How old is your dog? About five. A couple things come first of all these looking around like he's skittish to make sure no one else is around. That's one thing. And that's interesting. And I'll talk about that in a second the other possibility, which is really common in cats. Surprisingly, so cats do not see well up close they are farsighted. So they can't tell where the top of the water is sometimes so what I tell people to do his foot little rubber Ducky toys in there or or something. So the cat can tell with the top of the water is. I wonder if your dog does your dog read the newspaper, if your dog cannot see close very well. I wonder if that's possible. But if your dog is so I kind of put that at the side. But right, if your dog is acting like, oh, it's anyone watching I feel like worried about being prone. I wonder if it does then have to do with the fire in some way. So have you tried something really flat? Like, you know, the the when you put the aluminum pans that are disposable the you can get for frying food, you know, gonna be talking about and they're high enough on the side where the water's not gonna float all over the house. But but they're wide. You know to put a couple of stakes in is what they're metaphor. You know what I'm talking about? Absolutely. You can get them at any grocery store, the really cheap. I wonder if one of those would work. I mean, you know, like, I said, it's the funniest thing. He he's he loves.

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"seren" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"seren" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On it in. No, you're not doing anything. You're not cool and just because you can Bank on the fact that some twenty year old doesn't understand what that song was where it comes from a now is humming. It not realizing the pedigree from which it came not that I have an opinion about the issue. That is the song is actually called ocean to ocean. But also, why is it in aqua, man? I mean, I Africa. I know it's blessed the rains down in the ocean. That's true. They only sample the song. So they only use the chorus and they retitled at ocean to ocean. And the voice you heard is somebody named RIA. But it's so I don't know. Yes. You know, what you're saying? Yeah. But what I'm saying is also what I was reading about this August that they? They use it in a segment where apparently the movie ends up on the Seren Getty, so found some place to shoehorn like who in their right mind when you're thinking of songs to bring to the movie Akwa, man, Toto's Africa. Again, I think your point I think it's because it charted again and people were loving the song again from the water in the moment right now. And they thought we gotta do it. What else what other? I'm a Barbie aquaman song. You know? I'm I'm just saying you could come up with a better connection to water, then Toto's Africa. But it wouldn't be as popular, and you wouldn't be able to get. Hopefully, this will stink to high heaven and people will not be amused. Well, we.

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Tips from Lore creator Aaron Mahnke

podnews

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Tips from Lore creator Aaron Mahnke

"Aaron monkey the creator of law has posted his advice to anyone aiming for podcast success in two thousand nineteen in long Twitter, thread, our favorite, no ten minute. Random small talk mess before the real topic begins. Yes. To that. In an opinion piece. Juillet Atlantique Williams says that twenty nine nineteen should be a year where podcasting battles and east. Coast. Bias listen note, so launch something new and clever. Real time podcast listening the podcast episodes being listened via. Listen notes right now too clever thing there are over two thousand audiobooks on Spotify. Not that you'd know spooks, which we presume Spotify and books is an app, which attempts to find them all for you. You'll find it on Google play. And the apple app store. Imagine that your IRA glass is audio editor we've linked to some detailed mix notes of IRAs. Also, danielle. And Gert van de veteran. Explain how they earn money from podcasting in the latest pod products newsletter. It's in Dutch, and they have five different ways of which podcasting is successful for them podcast. Casto's megaphone has told its customers at the company now has a pass through agreement in place with Spotify which means that dynamic ads and metrics should work within megaphone as they do for other platforms and Spotify will no longer cash. Those podcasts simple cast is in the process of -taining AB certification. They joined vox nest and spreaker megaphone Lipson Omni studio and art nineteen and with blueberry and MPR already having achieved it that's over a quarter of a million dollars that the I has earned so far from certification. And the financial times has written and excited post about twenty eighteen in podcasting which silently languishes behind their pay wall. But one shouldn't underestimate the type of people who read the F T. Thank you today marks Surin hugger moolah. Who is our latest supporter. He writes and podcasts. About podcasts in Danish. You should be like Seren pod. News dot net slash support in podcast musician. Be Beeman is releasing his latest album as a podcast peace of mind is thick with timely, social commentary, and needs the type of unpacking the to deep dive podcast provides it'll be released on January the eighteenth Brisbane-based head over heels is just posted a new mini season for the holiday period task Cam. And audio company has a fortnightly podcast called task Cam talk back and tomorrow will launch a Facebook group for podcasters and Kabul in Afghanistan is the first place, you'd think of somebody mentioned rock music, but it had quite a thriving music scene. Once upon a time live in Kabul is a new four part miniseries with real rock and roll stories.

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New Year brings new Emperor in Japan

Correspondents Report

03:49 min | 2 years ago

New Year brings new Emperor in Japan

"We're not far from the new year than in Japan. It's one of the country's most important holidays. But this year it's taking on extra significance next year. The emperor will abdicate the throne heralding, a new age in Japan and Asia correspondent Jake's term it takes a look at what this big change means for the country and the world's since mid December. Japanese people have been meticulously cleaning their houses workplaces schools and neighborhoods as part of a tradition preparing for the arrival of God that brings good luck for the new year. Train stations packed with people hitting home to visit their families. This is the final new year of the hey, say era, each emperor's reign is given a nine the current Emperor Akihito's era is hey say he's been on the throne for thirty years. So this year is known as thirty but for the first time in Japan's modern history. Next year. The imprint will abdicate celebrating his eighty fifth birthday awake ago. The demands of public life became too much. So in April next year, he'll hand over his position to his son. Crown prince, NADA hito, Dr Hideo Kawanishi from Nagoya university is a Japanese historian. He says the emperor is resigning because he could no longer carry out all of his responsibilities that rather than reducing the amount of work. It was decided his duties should be passed on to someone else. So what will the high say era be remembered for tragically? It's been marked by disaster. The Kobe earthquake in one thousand nine hundred five and of course, the twenty eleven full Cosima earthquake and soon NAMI where more than fifteen thousand people died even this year Japan has been hit hard by a series of floods heat waves and earthquakes so much. So the official Kanji character of the year was by meaning disaster. Impr- Akihito made it a priority to visit disaster areas as much as possible, but he's age was beginning to make that difficult. Nagoya university's Dr Kawanishi says a new era will give Japan a chance to put those tragedies behind us becoming a new age and eliminating the problems that had before that's clear with this year's executions of the doomsday cult option requres founder and twelve other members involved in the nineteen ninety-five Seren guests tack on the Tokyo subway and last week the government executed another to death row inmates over my dad used to do. Dr Kawanishi says this was done to ensure this sense of burden wasn't passed onto the next generation. He says they have been some positives in the hey, say era, many individuals became successful and had the opportunity to stand out as opposed to being buried in a community. This became an era where individuals could become successful by trying hard rather than being suppressed, and as for what the new era may bring to Kawanishi believes, the new emperor will take a much more active role in international society. He says the new era parent crown prince, NADA hito was from generation that did not experience the war and appreciates the importance of keeping the pace his wife who become the empress is also a former diplomat and had a career for Japan with the rugby World Cup next year end the Olympic and Paralympic Games in twenty twenty the country will internationalize further welcoming many more. Or foreign tourists and internationally active emperor could be very beneficial for the country. This is Jake sterner in Tokyo for correspondents reported.

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"seren" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"seren" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Twenty year old doesn't understand what that song was where it comes from a now is humming. It not realizing the pedigree from which it came off. Not that I have an opinion about the issue. That is the song is actually called ocean to ocean. Also, why is it in? I mean, I Africa. I know it's. Bless the rains down in the ocean. That's true. They only sample the song. So they only use the chorus, and they retitled it ocean to ocean. And the that voice you heard is somebody named RIA. But it's so know. Yes. No. Oh, no. But what I'm saying is also what I was reading about this song. They. They use it in a segment where apparently the movie ends up on the Seren Getty. So. Some place to shoehorn like who write my when you're thinking of songs to bring to the movie Akwa, man, Toto's Africa. Again, I think to your point. I think it's because it charted again and people were loving the song again from the water in the moment right now. And they thought we gotta do it. What else? What other? He's gotta do. You could. I'm a Barbie aqua man song. You know, I'm I'm just saying you could come up with a better connection to water, then Toto's Africa. But it wouldn't be as popular, and you wouldn't be able to get to make his sound. Hopefully, this will stink to high heaven and people will not be amused. Well, we.

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"seren" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"seren" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Works on it. And a woo. No, no. You're not doing anything. You're not cool and just because you can Bank on the fact that some twenty year old doesn't understand what that song was where it comes from a now is humming at not realizing the pedigree from which it came not that I have an opinion about the issue. That is the song is actually called ocean to ocean. Also, why is it in aqua? I africa. I know it's. Less the rains down in the ocean. That's true. They only sample the song. So they only use the chorus and they retitled at ocean to ocean. And the voice that you heard is somebody named RIA. But it's so I don't know rea-. I know what you're doing. But what I'm saying is also what I was reading about this song is that they. They use it in a segment where apparently the movie ends up on the Seren Getty, so found some place to shoehorn like who in their right mind when you're thinking of songs to bring to the movie Akwa, man, Toto's Africa. Again, Toto's I think your point because it charted again and people were loving the song again. In the moment right now. And they thought we gotta do it. What else? What other? He's got to do it. You could I'm a Barbie aquaman song. You know? I'm I'm just saying you could come up with a better connection to water, then Toto's Africa. But it wouldn't be as popular, and you wouldn't be able to get. Hopefully, this will stink to high heaven and people will not be amused. Well, we.

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"seren" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"seren" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And a wolf. No, you're not doing anything. You're not cool and just because you can Bank on the fact that some twenty year old doesn't understand what that song was aware comes from a now is humming at not realizing the pedigree from which it came not that I have an opinion about the issue. That is the song is actually called ocean to ocean. And also, why is it in aqua, man? I mean, I Africa. I know it's. Bless the rains down in the ocean. Yeah. That's true. They only sample the song. So the only use the chorus and they retitled at ocean to ocean. And the voice you heard is somebody named RIA. But it's so. I know what you're doing. But what I'm saying is also what I was reading about this August that they? They use it in a segment where apparently the movie ends up on the Seren Getty. So. Some place to shoehorn like who in their right mind when you're thinking of songs to bring to the movie, aquaman Toto's Africa. Again, I your point. I think it's because it charted again and people were loving song again in the moment right now. And they thought we gotta do it. What other? He's got to do it. You could I'm a Barbie aquaman song. You know? I'm I'm just saying you could come up with a better connection to water than Toto's Africa. But it wouldn't be as popular, and you wouldn't be able to get wilder. Hopefully, this will stink to high heaven and people will not be amused. Well, we already know.

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"seren" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"seren" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"Appreciate it. Guys, always great talking with you next time. And I do think that that's actually a pretty interesting angle that you do see in other sports to where the one the one player is out the market can tend to focus on that and when you're dealing with a team sport, and when you're dealing with with a sport with the coaches of varying skill sets, there can be ways of sort of paper that over at least in the short term. It's it's an interesting angle and I liked a lot of the Scots. A lot of the stats Scott was dropping on the show. 'cause they point to weaknesses in the w-. Way the market comes together. And I think for me, that's when a lot of those type of numbers really start to have more meeting. I'm by nature more of a fundamentalist handicapper whether you're talking about horses or teams, but when you're looking at situations that are going to skew the betting market, that's when I start to pay attention skunks point about the, you know, the different the point differential ten points. It reminds me of an opportunity. We're gonna have coming up here too few weeks and the rears Cup with this. This Philly Seren Getty imprints who won by like linked of the stretch. It appears that she's that she's stronger than she might actually be when she gets into a dogfight based on that open links victory. The same can happen in football when teams are winning by ten or more points and holding teams and not very many points, it can kind of it can kind of paint a picture that might not be so accurate..

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Serena Williams, Jay Bolsonaro and Harare discussed on BBC Minute

BBC Minute

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Serena Williams, Jay Bolsonaro and Harare discussed on BBC Minute

"Minutes far right politician in Brazil. He's running in the country's presidential election has evolved an apparent attempt on his life. Jay Bolsonaro was stabbed at a campaign rally doctors say he's in serious, but stable condition. Police say they have arrested a man who confessed to the stabbing Zimbabwe now

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"seren" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"seren" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"And he's like, no, I really. I just don't. She's private and I don't feel okay. That's fine. And I just avoid asking those questions because that's what a friend does. So I think it says a lot about me because a lot of people are like, you know, my friends will preference things by saying, this isn't for juicy scoop. Don't share this with juicy scoop and then other times they'll be like, can I share the Sunday? She skipped and they say, yeah, I don't ever want to my friends ever to be mad at me that I revealed something. So I kept a secret. Yeah. Well. And he, it's like, I think somebody posted kept to ask him. He kept lake messaging me on on Instagram, and they were like, I don't see like photos of her like, I don't understand, like I'm on his Instagram page. She just doesn't. It's not like she's, she's really, really sweet girl like she just is one of those people who's like not really into having like people that she doesn't know like follow her and you know what I mean. So she doesn't. And I think of course, anytime you're with a comedian, you're like waiting for someone to say something like they think they're being funny and they say something totally offensive to you, you know? So. So I think that she's just like, it's just not her thing, but then that night. But Friday night, I could. Part of juicy, scoop obsessed race, if yeah, yeah, so, but you were to say, you asked him what we'll Friday night. I was like at the dinner because he had a little dinner and that's where we were Friday night on. I said, oh, I'm should. I post this, whatever. And he like he turned from not wanting to posted to being like, did you post it yet? Tag Megyn posted, edgy like, okay, now he's because Because I I would. would exciting. I'd asked him to, I'm like, okay, listen, this is my plan. Like, I'm gonna just, you know, I, I will hold to post, but I go. But I know Seren, Jen and all these other people are going to post and follow. You're not allowed to have the exclusive unless you paid him. Yes. So then I go, so and then I go, my plan is totally have Sarah on if she's available. And then we talk about the wedding, the following Tuesday's just know it's going to be out in that sense. And he was like, that's fine. Yeah. And so, but it was it was kind of fun like to see the controversy because someone's like, no, she's officiating it, but it's not Chris's, not the groom. And then I did one photo before with just fortunately go with fortune and the bride like I don't tag her because she doesn't want people to follow her that aren't her friends. And I think they're like fortunes Mary. That's fortunate got married. So it was like really kind of, and I didn't mean to tease anybody, but I have to say the aftermath of reading the juicy scoop obsessed. I have to go on the page today. I haven't lake. I've been on all weekend, so I have to go on fighting with each other like he deserves to have a private life. And then they're like, this was a beautiful girl that I saw him at the pool with an Atlanta high new..

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Seren Edelman, Wall Street Journal and Tennis discussed on This Weekend with Gordon Deal

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

01:23 min | 2 years ago

Seren Edelman, Wall Street Journal and Tennis discussed on This Weekend with Gordon Deal

"You've heard a parents paying for music lessons for their kids or maybe, tennis, lessons? But video game lessons as Seren Edelman of the Wall Street Journal tells us that's where, we are now Sarah why in the world that parents hire someone to help their kids win video games. Videogames Pam so popular and so much, more mainstream over the years that they've. Sort of become a social proving ground and that's specially the, case with fortnight which is particularly popular. At the moment it has one hundred twenty five million people playing it, worldwide according to the, company that, created it and so, parents are looking at this as opportunity to help their kids maybe get an education bragging rights maybe some peer pressure and also it just an opportunity for them to bond with their children through something that the kids really like. Did adults in the past to get help with video games Coaching is something that's been around for many years the. Differences that in the past the people paying for it were mostly adults hobbyists who, just wanted to get better at. A game or they were older teenagers who saw potential future as a, professional, gamer? Which is you know right after high school common for each sports players to try and, go pro some them you go to school in fact I'm the colleges now have Darcy sports teams but. We haven't in the past seen cases, where parents are calling up services.

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"seren" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"seren" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"And is it a my hasn't known, say freidan and pace Brosnan will be our special guest after the ten thirty news and sports very exciting, dear. It's not without fault, and it's not without flaws. This is reference to Lazarus show Seren Chester. Last week I heard you speculating about whether the novelist Harriet Evans may be listening. This is because in her novel wildflowers there was a line of tongue down. Well, I think the answer is she is because in her twenty thirteen novel not without you on on page four hundred thirty. There's a line which says. We'd sit out on the terrace candle surrounding us and talk for hours chatting about the film about who we'd see now to the Ivy the previous week and how he'd said Hello to Jason ISAACs. Okay, fine. Very roof. If brewery from Sarah and chest, that's fantastic. You need more proof. You're going. There's more about where the Harriet Evans is a listed to the show, go onto Email from Harrier, Evan. No, really? Friday's the day. I don't write and hang out with my toddler. It's it's lovely, but a long day. And I like to relax by listening to you guys live or downloading the podcast as soon as possible listening to you guys lie. And last Friday also took her on the March against a certain US president and dropped my phone on Regent Street. Smashing it to bits whilst trying to take a photo of my favorite sign, which was I'm a vegan, but I stopped eating, but I stopped eating beans because they make me Trump. Then the total kicked off about being on the bus and shouted helped me all the way home. Then I got stuck on the toll twirly wurley slide trying to persuade that. She's too small to go down the tall too early line. Then my other daughters smashed a p. Bank and couldn't find his shoes and. Out of the Santa Fe in the local park standard Friday, you might think I was in need of a stiff drink. Anyway, when I finally got my phone back from the phone shop, I turned it on to find what's at messages or what's up messages. We ought to start a romance. What could we thought that it was. Eve this logging to do. We could have this shot would be brilliant, need our own messaging service which is only open to people listen to the show. This is very good. Could someone saw that out? Can you then I'll Jamie consortia Jamie's technical, tell Jamie to anyway during the video. Anyway, we continue with this Evans. I turned undefined. What's that message? Is tanks emails, tweets from random strangers, telling me that my Witter f had made it onto the show and that you weren't quite sure if it was deliberate on my part or merely coincidental dialogue in an excellently written multigeneration. Selling saga of family that is happily still available in all good bookshops who they're not my local Waterstones because his Lynton is to push for the lakes, but maybe don't read that bit out. I've written ten novels and this is the third Witter f I've inserted the, I is Jason ISAACs reference. I think we We just. just. Still out there. In one, I'm amazed that made it through the copied is it makes no sense in the story at that point. My second attempt having to otherwise intelligent men argue about whether a word is pronounced dilemma. Was cut for reasons of massive implausibility. As you know, writing is a brilliant job, but it can't get a bit lonely to save at least. So this was my way of saying, thanks for the company. If you need me, I'll be in the writer's retreat corner of the church which will have to be in the Vicarage as we writers need access to comfy beds for after new naps in decent tea and coffee making facilities anyway. So Harriet, thank you very much. Did I'm gonna before we before we go on the cruise. Which we're going to do this weekend. I'm going to buy all of her books, and then we read them all on the cruise, and we're gonna highlight all, can we get a trolley in the book drinks rolling? No, no books trolley, you know that people used to imprisons when somebody they take around the books trolley literally just her books. So that's we walk go, that's it. That's all you can. I think that's fair enough books, top ten thirty eight pin cushion, which I really liked..

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"seren" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"seren" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Today bruce elia drug grandma i'm still getting used gary seren hit the button did i hit did i hit the button i don't know his job hit the button it's my job run my mouth the the unhinged left it's really going insane and they're they're upset now they're whining still about the electoral college hillary clinton won the popular vote that in two fifty you'll get you a cup of coffee congratulations kim nice little pat on the head send him out the door back to this new yorker piece where they're sitting talking about the the unfair advantage of the republicans in the electoral college all you gotta do brock obama didn't run up against this unfair advantage in the electoral college he managed to win enough states hillary clinton didn't bother to campaign in wisconsin hillary clinton didn't bother to go to michigan often enough hillary clinton thought that having bruce springsteen and jon bon jovi performed philadelphia would win her pennsylvania it didn't work out but the left hates the vote when they lose all they love it when barack obama work the election's over i won elections have consequences elections have consequences wanna democrat wins elections have resistance when a republican wins very very weird how that works out but listen to this is points sound like the complaints of sore losers they are but democrats independence and anybody else who cares about a functioning of american democracy have good reason to be sore there is no majority of voters out there clamoring for a ban on abortion restrictions on collective bargaining roadblocks to legal claims against big companies or the purging from the electoral rolls of voters who skip a couple of elections oh there's no this is what cracks me up i wanna go through these one by one after the news but the the voting thing i just wanna get on that for a second because it cracks me up the supreme court said look if if people haven't voted and by the way if they haven't voted then the election board sends a mails them something hey do you still live here and then they check with the post office to find out if they live there it's not just you didn't show up for a couple of election cycles and boom you're done you're out on your key stor no that's how it works there's a lot more to it but that would be a little too nuanced and i dunno informative for a journalist bothered to tell you but again i was on with what's her face shannon bream on tuesday night and we had this discussion about illegals voting up in boston boston's considering what six maryland towns have done already allowing anybody who lives in the community to vote because they live in a community therefore they must have a voice no they don't they shouldn't but the the left is very upset these illegal aliens they should have a say they want to undercut they want to expand their voter base and if you are once you get on the voter rolls it's really easy to commit fraud the left always says the vote is sacrosanct we must not do anything that inconveniences anybody in the least when it comes to exercising their most important of constitutional rights the right to vote well if it is the most important right that you have and it's right up there why isn't it worth the bare minimum of protection 'cause reaching into your pocket and pulling out a photo id ain't exactly breaking bricks right if it is so important if it is indeed sacrosanct must be protected without lives shouldn't you do something to protect the honor system is nice it would be great if we were all honorable people but just a majority of us are honorable people there are a lot of nefarious people turned out a lot of them are dead in chicago and vote often an early but it is that one of those things that democrats are scared to death of because you see if somebody's on voting roll their name on that big listrik it's printed up and they've moved to florida say say somebody who lives in baltimore and they never bothered to inform the local board of elections that they've now moved to florida they've retired and somebody knows that hey joe hasn't shown up for the past two election cycles then there's nothing stopping some nefarious party hack working in the electoral process to tell people had joe you can come into precincts seven and just say your joe and you'll be able to vote and you don't have.

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"seren" Discussed on Business Daily

Business Daily

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"seren" Discussed on Business Daily

"The sensually what i'm doing is i'm taking the past almost three years a pollution dated from the embassy and i'm running it through a machine learning model that essentially looks at patterns in the data whether it's wind speeds humidity temperature of course and it correlates all that to figure out well in the past this is what happened with these conditions so now we're going to predict what's going to happen now and hopefully give people more information so that they can make decisions about thrown health in their own their family's health and in the depths of the winter when when the pollution's really bad how bad the nevilles pmt point five from my observations it gets his high as seven hundred micrograms per cubic meter the current safe level of pm two point five is under twenty and so that is a significant significantly higher than normal parts of the pollution in new damn butter is caused by residents of the good district burning code keep warm in the winter but with more and more people moving to the city from ruin areas tackling pollution is a huge challenge for the government seren beckham's ri the minister for environment says in the short term the government's goal is to reduce the pollution smoke coming from the strict i drew going to introduce processed call and also trying to introduce new system of to burn that smoke moffit shively the introducing the to city hitting new technologies the using d'electricite for hitting reduced polluted smoke bryn more clean lifestyle.

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President, President Trump and Syria discussed on WIBC

WIBC

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

President, President Trump and Syria discussed on WIBC

"See mobile news on the level on the go your lawmakers supports the president's decision i'm kirk darling here's what's trending this hour several of your lawmakers are backing missile strikes ordered by president trump on syria it was in response to more chemical attacks against syrian civilians by the assad regime says defense secretary jim mattis very confident that that corine wad used we are not ruling out seren right now democratic senator joe donnelly and republican representative susan brooks and jim banks have all said they are pleased with the decision from the president the mulch fire in southern indiana may not be out for a while stanley reports from the fire in mitchell is that it could take days for the hot spots to burn out even the national guard had to back off after dropping water from a helicopter friday the wind made that ineffective stan lear ninetythree wibc mobile news the orange cones.

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Missile strike against Syrian chemical weapon facilities

Weekend Programming

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Missile strike against Syrian chemical weapon facilities

"An iheartradio station forty degrees in chile at three o'clock good morning i'm polly christman reaction on capitol hill was swift after an airstrike aimed at serious chemical weapon plants five weapons including these missiles we're deployed against three chemical weapons targets in syria according to the pentagon adding syria tried to shoot down allied missiles but failed a democrat on the senate armed services committee connecticut's richard blumenthal limited military strike what's wellmerited against fat but now he has an obligation to bring to the congress and the american people and overall strategy all says action was so limited as unlikely to provoke any meaningful response from the russians russian ambassador to the un vassily zia at today's security council meeting the concern that the state might go might go in unpredictable direction lieutenant general kenneth mackenzie at the pentagon were ready for it we're postured both in the region and globally on the balls of our feet and we're ready for anything he was officials say they believe that seren and chlorine were used in these suspected syrian gas attack of a week ago chuck sivertsen abc news police say an alleged shoplifter is dead after getting into an alternate with employees at a brooklyn grocery store the man was allegedly stealing food from a stop and shop on flatbush avenue he's still in it's a crime but they did not have to kill him why did they kill him why why told him that he can't breathe and they killed them anyway a friend of the victim says the fifty one year old man was put in a chokehold.

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Hart family crash: Body recovered near where SUV went off cliff, sheriff says

News, Traffic and Weather

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Hart family crash: Body recovered near where SUV went off cliff, sheriff says

"News traffic and weather updates weekday mornings and be listening for more stories and interviews to help you make sense of it out kobo morning news with manda factor and gregg hersholt on komo news the news you need from the people you trust komo news chemical air saturday being called one of the worst in syrian history we're hearing at least forty dead when a civilian area was attacked in douma a place thought to be the last rebelheld town in syria this man on the ground speaking to our partners at sky news paints a disturbing picture of what happened the show and they seem to have been penalized with a nerve agents there are reports which haven't yet been independently verified that a barrel bomb containing the toxic nerve agents seren was dropped from a helicopter a raging fire that tore through a fiftieth floor apartment at trump tower on saturday in new york city killed a sixty seven year old man inside and sent flames of thick black smoke pouring from windows injuring four firefighters and the death toll from the bus crash in canada now at fifteen the bus was carrying the humbled broncos junior hockey league team collided with a truck on a highway in saskatchewan at american patrick reed takes a threeshot lead into the final round of the masters today rory mcilroy looks and second todd ant abc news the northwest only allnews station komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven this is twenty four seven news on komo news i'm paul jackson a couple of vacation on california's coast spotted a body in the pacific ocean near the hart family crash site saturday afternoon by pulled that body from the stormy surf in fire crews recovered it mendocino county sheriff's office says the body appears to be that of an african american female and the deputies are investigating the possibility it may be one of the two missing heart girls the chp found five members of the hart family who most recently lived in woodland washington dead inside their suv that crashed off that cliff a week ago the mendocino county sheriff has said he does not believe that crash was an accident an torius website has been shut down by the federal government we're talking about back page dot com.

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"seren" Discussed on FT Alphachat

FT Alphachat

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"seren" Discussed on FT Alphachat

"Voting behavior can actually affect markets in a very dramatic fashion i completely agree with you on that one i can remember people talking to me in a seven the head of the ahead of the crisis saying that what you've got to worry about is that this is like the seren getty and everybody knows that if you if you won't be the wildebeest doesn't get chomped by the federal the lion you need to be in the middle of the hood and that's actually what's most dangerous you also look very intriguingly at network feary it's connectedness which is another a another idea that a lot of only discovered for the first time once we discovered it mattered in a seven and eight could you explain how connectedness matters and how that's affected the adaptive markets by puff assess that's a very important concept and the concept really emerges as a contrast to what is currently being done now in areas like risk management for financial investments okay so typically when we think about risk management and investor behavior we use a very statistical approach that that returns of a particular investment aren't going to be dictated by the statistical distribution but in fact what happens in financial markets is that investors are going to be reacting to each other's behavior and so the more tightly connected a market is the more investors are tied to each other's fates the more likely it is that small perturbations in market values can spread like a cascades or a virus to the entire market so measuring connectedness measuring how one institution or individual is tied to the fate of another institution or individual can give us insights into how easily these kinds of shocks can propagate and how they can be easily magnified in very very quickly if we have the wrong event happening at the wrong time and ultimately the financial crisis is the perfect illustration.

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Thousands march to protest Canada pipeline expansion project

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Thousands march to protest Canada pipeline expansion project

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein, Defense Secretary, James Mattis is warning Russia and the Syrian Government of unspecified, U S action. If reports that they've carried out chlorine gas attacks are confirmed and peers, David. Well, no reports Mattis made the comment today is he begins a trip to the Middle East while flying to Oman. Mattis said, he only had reports that the Syrian regime is using chlorine gas in eastern Gouta Still, he warned three times that in his words, It would be very unwise for someone to use gas reserves, full political maneuvering sugared that he believed appropriate. And our other western nations that have been in contact with this were what you're niche very closely at are completely alarmed with us. Last April, the US bombarded, a Syrian airbase after accusing the regime, there are of Seren gas attacks Mattis said that Russia, which supports that regime either as incompetent or in cahoots with it. David well-nigh NPR News traveling with the defense secretary in with Scott Oman in France Marine Le Pen has been reelected to lead the far right National Front Party after losing last year's presidential election Lapan is trying to re-brand the party proposing to change its name to national rally and his Jakes again, role reports from Paris. She's also officially cutting ties with her father who's the party co-founder national from members voted to officially Get rid of the parties President of honor status held by marines, Father Jean-Marie Le Pen since 2011 It's another moved to reposition the party for another run at the French Presidency and 2020 two leading up to last year's race that elected Emmanuel Macron the pen had vigorously campaigned to rebrand the National Front in scrub the party of its anti Semitic and racist routes. Jean-Marie Le Pen who co-founded the party and 19 72 is a holocaust denier For NPR News. I'm Jakes again wrote in Paris. In Vancouver. Canada dueling protests this weekend over the proposed expansion of an oil pipeline from Alberta to the Pacific Ocean. Greg McAuliffe says, reporter us supporters of the project. Our wrap numbered several thousand gathered and spur of in Vancouver to voice their strong opposition to the pipeline. Only a couple of hundred gathered a few miles away and support if the expansion does go ahead of the capacity were actually exceed the Keystone XL pipeline. Nearly eight hundred ninety thousand barrels a day will make its way from the neighboring province of Alberta to the Pacific coast loaded on tankers. It will then pass through British Columbia and Washington State waters on route to China. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls the project in Canada's best interest. Schools across the US are preparing for students to walk out for seventeen minutes on Wednesday organised organizers of the Women's March are calling for the protest. After seventeen people were killed in a school shooting in Florida. This is NPR. China's National People's Congress made it official today. President Xi Jinping can serve for life. The nearly three thousand delegates voted to lift presidential term limits today, only two voted against the move three abstained Columbia is holding congressional elections today. The former FARC rebel group is fielding candidates for the first time. Since it gave up its weapons Under a peace deal to become a left-wing political party. As the BBC's Katie Watson reports, the deal guarantees FARC will hold ten of Colombia's two hundred eighty congressional seats vest mopping bullets him about it. Spent that message is the same. The fog once-defiant the rights of the poor and widen a political field in a country with gaping inequalities. While some Colombians have welcomed the pin, its new come as many more thin. It's too soon to see them in positions of power. One of the biggest criticisms of the Peacedale. Is it these fighters turn politicians should have been punished for their crimes before standing for office, and that's expected to be reflected in how people vote few want to choose a politician deemed to have blood on their hands. The BBC's Katie Watson rock star Bono is apologizing over allegations, that staff at a charity he said up, We're bullied by says he's furious over charges by staff at his anti-poverty One charity office in Johannesburg one former staff member says she was demoted when she refused to have sex with a foreign government official. I'm Barbara Klein, NPR News.

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"seren" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"seren" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Of the would the police officers the police you i'm not quite sure i got it i mean they're you know it's it's funny because on the one side you have the seren delhi owns saying we are not skirting any kind of federal law this changes nothing you know we're simply protecting residents of california and the way the protecting residents of california's by not cooperating with federal immigration authorities whether or not using resources to cooperate that's are not using resources or it prohibits the use of city resources or any cooperation of law enforcement with immigration a theory law here's our law police officer i want to get store with him alex i may may have to interrupt you in the middle of this i'm sorry but go ahead star with were dying to talk to you go ahead a l k we really quickly that the propaganda steve this point on prior about those chiefs of police which are all just politicians i mean it's complete nonsense we haven't had the ability to arrest people for being illegal aliens since the 70s that was my experience i told you members of the year where there is law enforcement of lawmakers will bring people him would they knew they would go either a legal what whatever we can't do it right that is correct so that hadn't it that's that's a complete non sequitur the whole thing uh the reality of it is this uh like he was talking about the i've seven eleven rates what they do with with when they find someone that's committing a any assaf using someone else's social security number or multiples which i've you know in the past uh assisted on these kind of deals and that's what they'll run into you'll run into somebody who they arrested seven eleven yeah but he's using somebody else social security number uh assume someone else energy so i mean that the concept that that law enforcement or any portion of law enforcement whether it's federal or state is going out in tracking down uh the illegal alien working at seven eleven is just not and what abbott alex how about the idea that somebody would be afraid just in iraq with law enforcement.

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"seren" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"seren" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Iribe seren after the hour here on the dj be show i'm doug different present rhetoric he will and carry showman general warren off again this week here in good time in hawaii the weather's great they're actually the weather is great to this week all around the eastern part of the country's gonna seemed like the west coast seventy degrees in washington new york and boston by mid week canada interesting only for day or two but still it set up wait a minute global warming hits the end of the earth now you know it's going to caused the end of the earth more pictures of ashley graham and sports illustrated that's i'm looking at her and the current issue of sports illustrated and her quote with this picture his nothing basically on xiaomi something like natural a with some stretch marks were cellulite and that something to be celebrated it as an accident at the headline from a kendrick lamar sandwiches while exerted at but yeah okay so anyway in spite of the fact she has over bite it's not oh my god all right let's get to focus on sales taxes use taxes taxes taxes taxes taxes taxes so this idea in my mind popped up with the suggestion it's come from the current administration that sales tax are applied a things online yes or no you can tweet your thoughts dj be show or two on air victoria or see schilling or had dug seven all of them are atsea schilling at on every courier what do you think is it a reasonable thing to expect that online retailers are we able to you know they now can't really collect sales taxes unless the companies have a presence of physical office store something serbia revised some online at best buy and you go to the store you pay the taxes on it at the start you even if you paid for it online though javed where do you have to pay for it at the store and you pick up the merchandise how's that usually work retur if you go to a physical store and you buy something.

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"seren" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"seren" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"Don't last twice as long they just use their phone twice as much during the day right so even the consumer behaviour capacity quickly it's not just yes very quickly it adopts a i'm not sure what's happening here but yeah i mean beyond his immunity goals is is on point there kazys these sort of locked up in frozen in ah who okay anyway his uh because i agree jewels i agree um anyway any holders of are now someone's someone's trying to call this is this is the the best live show up ever so you know like apples points here especially like trying to anticipate way what this use might look like in 2019 i think also stands is a small commentary in like what do we expect the longevity of our phones to be yell at that seren rocket in iphone 7 yeah they used to have a pretty good sense of what their phone of what an iphone how long an iphone showed or would last and end this kind of leads us right into the other serie to about apple now admitting that they reduce performance based on the battery age battery degradation and battery on javadi and we have a big problem when it comes to things like disclosure i think that's really almost always accompanies biggest fault is instead of getting out ahead of the story instead a once inklings of this commentary are starting to make it through larger publications apple waited until there was like a mountain of evidence against them and then it makes them look like they're withholding uh because they are they are withholding a certain aspect of the performance of this phone when they've always sort of it in inferred not inferred insinuated that this wasn't something that they were doing that was just sort of a psychosomatic response to newer software being run on older phones when in reality they were actually changing up the performance of the device and so had this to spend disclosed or had consumers been given an option you know like hey you're battery will last less so you can have the full performance of the phone and just flicked the switch i don't think there'd be an issue i don't think there would have been a problem but now we're talking about thousand dollar phones were talking about top tier performance were talking about the next generation of services and apple needs to be.

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"seren" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"seren" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fm and in the lobby of ramsey solutions chased and sarah or whether they guiso are yup hair again career welcome welcome what are you guys live and dick van oh you're right here in nashville area okay very cool and here to do a debtfree scream yes i love it i much of your paid off pay off a total of about two hundred thousand dollars my goodness how long did that take just around four years okay cool and you're range of income during that time started out about forty seven five and then seren i got married and ended up uh just about dublin so i'll crash about ninety now okay co what he'll do vowing well i'm a engineer and sarah's a stayhome mom oh very good okay good fun fun fun so what kind of debt was just two hundred thousand box i had thirty in student loans sara head fifty and student loans and then we had one hundred twenty and a house you paid off your house yes sir looking to wear brie way to go you two hour you guys 29 26th in europe paidfor astronaut him thirty that's wacked that's just completely creation feel weird yeah you know any body this 30 years older less as a paidfor else now syria one well good for you guys welt on what's the house worth rudd at about one hundred twenty good for you guys fairly axes an extra cash flow twenty of the house and the way actually ended up selling it and there's a little bit of a story that goes into that new sold it yes we need on it now now wearing a different home but it's also paid for oh okay all right i'm catch all god well done so tell me the story what happened four years ago that began this journey and we actually just celebrated their thirty anniversary on wednesday and unique word chased met me he paid off his suit and then bought rim and then he met me we got married and i added tar debt and he married me anyway and m during the time that we were paying off my student loans we had samy also had to pause during that time and then when we pay dummy loans last year and we started paying aggressively on our mortgage and then of january this year.

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"seren" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"seren" Discussed on AP News

"The seren getty ecosystem survived their first year from the rivet will desk i'm nick mountain there could be a wild scene on the senate floor our next week his talks begin on the gop healthcare bill ap washington correspondent soghra mougani reports senate gop leader mitch mcconnell rolled out the revamped version yesterday after the first one failed under strong opposition minority leader chuck schumer says this one isn't any better every bit as mean as the old one the bill next week faces a do or die vote to come to the floor for debate mcconnell can only afford to republicans to vote no to already say they will he's pitching it as a chance to improve the bill the only way to for anyone democrat republican or independent opportunities to vote yes but cottle's under intense white house pressure to get it done that vice president mike pence is urging all republicans to back it roll their sleeves up and get this vilder the president's desk and get it there soon saga regarding washington progressive presents mindfloness with flo you are a mighty fortress of supreme knowledge progressive direct has not only revealed their rates but those of their competitors if you are any more in the know you would be drowning he now compare progressive direct rates with competitors' rates because knowledge is power visit progressivecom progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates comparison rates not available in all states or situations prices vary based on how you buy.

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