23 Burst results for "Setia"

"setia" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:56 min | 9 months ago

"setia" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Felt as the president of the families of flight 93. He told me his brother Edward was a genius created technology, and he helped people once he took in organic chemistry class because his roommate was premed student struggling, so I decided to help. Now. Ed boarded flight 93 on September 11th 2000 and one to go to work and San Francisco, eventually making a call to 911. Shortly before the flight went down. The FBI thought that bit He may have been trying to help. The authorities determine where the plane was or where it was headed. But you know, we will never really know for sure Edward felt and the other 39 passengers and crew of flight 93 will be remembered at a candle lantern ceremony near the crash site Powers the San Diego blood Big Man should get donations on to New York in the aftermath of 9 11. They're asking people to donate 20 years later as a reminder to be prepared Claudia Van Gronckle, with the blood banks, saying 380 points from local donors here in San Diego among the first to arrive in New York City, something bigger than ourselves, and it's a reminder for us and to tell people that it's the blood that's already on the shelves that save lives. God forbid we have a tragedy. We need to have that blood ready to ship and go. And so it's important to always Donate blood and keep your appointments to donate regularly. Appointments are available. SAN Diego blood bank dot org. With the recall election now underway and in person voting starting tomorrow, they've already been 700,000 ballots returned in San Diego County, the interim registrar, Cynthia Passes in person. Voters will see more of the ballot marking machines. They have slowly been rolled out only last two elections as they start tomorrow and vote in person through Tuesday will mark their ballot on screen. They will then print out their ballot on the paired printer. They can In track their selections on their ballot before they put it in the Secrecy sleep, and then they passed it in the official ballot box. So it is the official paper ballot that comes back to the registrar of voters and get scanned and counted. Election night. People can vote in person any of the 221 locations tomorrow through Tuesday, or you can return your ballot through the mail or 131 drop off locations. The White House says the timing of the new vaccine mandates that were announced yesterday is still being worked out. On Thursday, President Biden said a new rule will require private businesses with more than 100 employees to require their vaccinations or require weekly testing. Friday. White House Covid response coordinator Jeff Signs defended the decision. Vaccination requirements have been around for decades for diseases like polio, smallpox and measles. The widely supported and importantly they're proven to work, said the secretary of Labor will oversee the process of implementing the plan over the next few weeks, and that companies that refused to comply could face steep OSHA fines. Jessica Rosenthal is checking out your real time Traffic cocoa news time to to expect several pockets of slow traffic on the South Five first notion side from the 76 to 78. Again in Carlsbad from Tamarack down past point, Setia and you.

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"setia" Discussed on The Barbra May Show

The Barbra May Show

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"setia" Discussed on The Barbra May Show

"The certain food gets We serotonin. From such food under undefeated from setia eight and every lack of aids in different people. Yes yes yes yes. Some people are more Deficient in some areas and more are not so much in other areas. And you know. I actually spoke with somebody today. I wanted to say to him. You're actually the rare person. I think he was thinking i was more. They're a person but he was. Somebody said why can just have a little bit. Put it down. No problem and i i have enough of i guess connection in whatever out there but i think i don't think that's the norm today. I think that we're all a lot of us really suffering in this very alienating society and know what's what's the solution beyond just my personal private abstain look for connection it's to foster an applied When somebody says. I want to quit. Take good for you. They just like we would say when someone wants to quit drinking. Finally they wanna stop easy smoking cigarettes. We say good for you if we could do the same thing when they say i wanna quit sugar and have quit sugar party which might be that. Everyone brings roasted brussels sprouts instead. Says eat try my tasty food. You know like wouldn't that be nice and have a connection that way. That's a you know. Very celebratory any talk about your addiction. And your personal journey Yes so my story. Is you know. I grew up in the seventies nineteen seventy s when the whole concept of food addiction. Forget it. i didn't even know what addiction i mean. I knew there was addiction. Because i i had seen Alcoholism all around the as as a teenager but I lived in the time when the concept of eating disorder was just getting recognized professional. H you know. We had a via the carpenters. Karen carpenter died of a at Anyway it was just starting to be on the scene. And i i just know that when i as a teenager decided i wanted to stop drinking..

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"setia" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"setia" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And is there do you pay a percent on the on which $100? Do you pay $3 for the transaction? Not that I know of. I've never gotten a notice. This said that So that's what it said on the thing. Then they said, You could tie it to your bank account. And I presume that doesn't happen. That's what I have. And yeah, I don't get charged for that. Okay, Good, because it was like it was it was. It was a few 100 bucks that I was doing here was more in that. Well, I think the main concept what they want is for you to say you have a Venmo account now and somebody pays you. Venmo say it's like $10. Your first instinct is to put it back in your bank account, but it's it's $10. So you'd rather just keep that $10 hanging out in your Venmo account for the next time you need to pay somebody else. And in that way it spreads and more people get Venmo. And then that's how the company works. I'm just looking at my app, but I used my bank account. But it does say we charge a 3% fee for sending money with credit cards, See See and I and when we were sitting and we were setting it up, it wasn't it wasn't like registering my account. And the guy's like, Hey, I need this payment was $800 that I have to send somebody and I'm like 3% 24 bucks. I'm not gonna send 24. I don't know where the $24 went. But that seemed like a pretty serious, nick. You know? Well, now it makes sense. I understand. Yeah, the credit card always. There's always a fee with that. But if you did direct deposit straight from your checking account, then you wouldn't be charged that fee. But then there's the money in a Venmo account like Joe's describing a word sitting there, Venmo. Has it in their little pine. All right? Yeah. The point of that. What is the point of that is what comes straight out of my bank account anyway, because then the money just sits there. And then if you owe somebody You already have the money. It's not like you're so it kind of like for me. It feels like I'm not spending it like I have a couple $100 in my Venmo account right now, and I don't plan on putting it into my bank account right away because I know there's gonna be something where I need to pay somebody. And then it kind of feels like it's a free transactions. The money's already been spent from your checking account. You don't see it there even though it's right over there. Now, you you're not going to overspend your checking account and you've got money on the side. That's what you're doing right job, right? And I mean, yeah, it's another step. But it's also very convenient because you know, whenever you're out to dinner or something, or hitch a ride, you could just Pay a portion of it through Venmo, and then again, it's It's very convenient for the people, the other people who have it. So are you using Are you keeping that money in there? So you don't get hit with that credit card fee? Well, I don't I don't have it who hooked up to my credit card account? I have it hooked up to my direct deposit. He's just saying that if say he's got $100 in his checking account, he puts $30 in Venmo. Now he's only got $70 in his checking account that curbs this spending. He's thinks it looks like I've only got $70. That makes sense the way to manage your spending and money. Does it sound a little bit too like the Illinois toll authority, where They take money out of your account, put it in their account. And then when you run out of that money, they take more money out of your bank account. Why don't they just every time I go through the toll take money out of my bank rather than taking up $25 chunk. Not the same thing to see today, right? Setia does that believes so. I have the automatic deposit anytime I'm below $10. It puts $20 in. I do not know about him. Now. It makes sense why people connect their credit cards. That's very interesting because everybody's hearing crickets chirping know, you know, you know how I know in my my Venmo card is out is what I'm trying to get on the bus and they go. You can't get on the bus. Your card's empty and I kind of have this Spidey sense about when that's about to happen. You know, I kind of like I think I'm a one or two rides way. It's amazing that I can know that so then. Get a handful of quarters and I carry him around in my pocket like a vendor in the sixties, and then I get on the bus. That goes boot. You can't get on I go. Uh huh. And then I reached and I have all these Small silver things with presidents heads on them. You may not know what they are job. They're called quarters and you put them in the slot and they let you on the bus. I've heard of those. You can transfer the money out of Venmo account any time you want. For free. If you wait a few days you want it right away. You have to pay 1% charge. Say that again. You can transfer the money back to your bank account. Any time you want back to your bank account, Okay for free usually takes 1 to 3 days. If you want it right away, you have to pay a 1% fee. Uh huh. Remember 25 cents Really? A maximum of $10 per feet? Yeah, I'm I'm on my Venmo after right now looking at it. That's pretty rich. So we put the money over here if you want it back over there where you got to give us 1% of it. Yeah, if you want it right away. If you can wait Oh, 123 days. It'll show up and at no charge that crime cracked me up, too, because that's there is no cost to them to that. That's just ones and zeros. Right? Think that's how they make their money, though, I guess well, they make their money on businesses because they have to pay your businesses have to if if you receive if you have a business in receiving money, it costs you 1.9% plus a dime per transaction. No kidding. So kind of like the credit cards, huh? But for you sending money to me, and I'll be happy to give you my address, John is there's no charge at all. Have one more question about that. But I'm out of time. Let's pause here. It's 11 28. We'll pick this up on the other side. You may have a question, comment or observation. The numbers 3129817 200 speed jokes. The replays also coming your way. When your entire life.

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Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship

View from the Cheap Seats

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship

"Michigan state missteps. And you just knew they would step in it and it has to do with The renaming of their sports team jay it away while and of course you knew like when you found out dan snyder was kind of involves not dance matter. I think it's dan gilbert yeah. I didn't snyder snider alumnus of of michigan Michigan state. you made yeah okay. Find standard stance that so so they. They said that they were going to rename sponsor. Essentially the basketball team. Renamed them the michigan state spartans presentative presented by my rocket mortgage. So i mean by the way rocket mortgage. I like walking. So do i need them and they do have a guy on their basketball team. Name get lots. Why can't rocket watts be presented by rock- rocket mortgage. Yeah i would have been easier like sell. Yeah so they put it out there that they're going to change the name and then they got trolled by everyone acheiving so much negative press and also just because you know. I think people think college sports and this is why this has been the argument against paying college players for soa college. Sports has his purity. That pro sports doesn't have college. Sports is like an anon- tattooed person. It is clean. It is perceived purity because we know there's a lot of on a ferry arrest of but perceived purity that you don't want to mess that up by calling them. The michigan state spartans brought to you by rocket mortgage that has going to become the arizona state as text presented by toes-to-toes. Like when do we stop like. Is it the start to get to sponsors. Could it be like you know what i mean you start to get to sponsors on the scene. Usc trojans presented by trojan trojan condoms. Like i actually would see. That's that's actually got go cell but like there we. We're in a situation right. Now where the washington huskies brought to you by lane bryant. I'm habe fair. he may not. But you're the reason why people are upset and you've got democratic senator of connecticut chris murphy coming out so it was awesome. Who was instrumental in presenting legislation to try and get players paid for their likeness and image. And that's an ongoing process. That randy and i both believe will eventually come to fruition. Why should why should the coaches make all this money. When it's the players who actually really bring people to the stands and why should university sponsored. I mean they they unless you're going to start making the games free for people unless you're gonna start using your sponsorship to make ticket prices. Nothing for the fans were to then you cannot is just. It's a money grab and people don't like that and they think it's a bad look especially when you're seeing coaches salaries just go up and up and up. It looks like it looks very greedy at a time when we don't intuition is going up and up. It's greedy when you don't need to be greedy. Right puts the schools in a bad light right so the public doesn't benefit from this. The the students don't benefit from this. The players who need to benefit don't benefit from this so it just again like you said it it a pit him is is this sort of capitalistic greed. Which i think again makes teams look bad in a team like michigan state in a year when they've looked bad on the court. This was not what they needed. This was not the capper. There's there's a chance they're playing tonight as we record this for all. We know they could beat. Ucla or they could lose to ucla if they lose to ucla in the plane game and they don't even make the tournament and they have to sit out and watch his. How long's it been since michigan statesman in the tournament. It's been a longtime now run. They and they could go on a long run in the tournament and find they could salvage their year but it's been a rocky year for them and to have this sponsorship thing come up it once again and i'm happy that the world of public opinion kind of self corrected this situation. They came out and said they're not changing their name. But they but i'm asking you is this. Was that just a test balloon to go up are we can see a different way like a gentler. Way to kind of push this through because you know for years. We said we're not going to see any sport. Any you know. Advertising logos on sponsorship on professional athletes. Uniforms like you do see in the english premier league but again. I think we're what there's a now the clippers the little honey logo and i love. Honey i think those guys are awesome and that doesn't bother me. I actually was like for a second. I was like. I don't know if that's going to fly for me and it didn't. It doesn't bother me the way the way. It's being used right now. The way the team name as brought to you by something it just feel it does feel like the san diego Point setia credit union community credit union ball right feels like that which is just a joke at that point so all right didn't work it didn't work. Thank you public opinion for glad. The public opinion can still shoots the things

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Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship

View from the Cheap Seats

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship

"Michigan state missteps. And you just knew they would step in it and it has to do with The renaming of their sports team jay it away while and of course you knew like when you found out dan snyder was kind of involves not dance matter. I think it's dan gilbert yeah. I didn't snyder snider alumnus of of michigan Michigan state. you made yeah okay. Find standard stance that so so they. They said that they were going to rename sponsor. Essentially the basketball team. Renamed them the michigan state spartans presentative presented by my rocket mortgage. So i mean by the way rocket mortgage. I like walking. So do i need them and they do have a guy on their basketball team. Name get lots. Why can't rocket watts be presented by rock- rocket mortgage. Yeah i would have been easier like sell. Yeah so they put it out there that they're going to change the name and then they got trolled by everyone acheiving so much negative press and also just because you know. I think people think college sports and this is why this has been the argument against paying college players for soa college. Sports has his purity. That pro sports doesn't have college. Sports is like an anon- tattooed person. It is clean. It is perceived purity because we know there's a lot of on a ferry arrest of but perceived purity that you don't want to mess that up by calling them. The michigan state spartans brought to you by rocket mortgage that has going to become the arizona state as text presented by toes-to-toes. Like when do we stop like. Is it the start to get to sponsors. Could it be like you know what i mean you start to get to sponsors on the scene. Usc trojans presented by trojan trojan condoms. Like i actually would see. That's that's actually got go cell but like there we. We're in a situation right. Now where the washington huskies brought to you by lane bryant. I'm habe fair. he may not. But you're the reason why people are upset and you've got democratic senator of connecticut chris murphy coming out so it was awesome. Who was instrumental in presenting legislation to try and get players paid for their likeness and image. And that's an ongoing process. That randy and i both believe will eventually come to fruition. Why should why should the coaches make all this money. When it's the players who actually really bring people to the stands and why should university sponsored. I mean they they unless you're going to start making the games free for people unless you're gonna start using your sponsorship to make ticket prices. Nothing for the fans were to then you cannot is just. It's a money grab and people don't like that and they think it's a bad look especially when you're seeing coaches salaries just go up and up and up. It looks like it looks very greedy at a time when we don't intuition is going up and up. It's greedy when you don't need to be greedy. Right puts the schools in a bad light right so the public doesn't benefit from this. The the students don't benefit from this. The players who need to benefit don't benefit from this so it just again like you said it it a pit him is is this sort of capitalistic greed. Which i think again makes teams look bad in a team like michigan state in a year when they've looked bad on the court. This was not what they needed. This was not the capper. There's there's a chance they're playing tonight as we record this for all. We know they could beat. Ucla or they could lose to ucla if they lose to ucla in the plane game and they don't even make the tournament and they have to sit out and watch his. How long's it been since michigan statesman in the tournament. It's been a longtime now run. They and they could go on a long run in the tournament and find they could salvage their year but it's been a rocky year for them and to have this sponsorship thing come up it once again and i'm happy that the world of public opinion kind of self corrected this situation. They came out and said they're not changing their name. But they but i'm asking you is this. Was that just a test balloon to go up are we can see a different way like a gentler. Way to kind of push this through because you know for years. We said we're not going to see any sport. Any you know. Advertising logos on sponsorship on professional athletes. Uniforms like you do see in the english premier league but again. I think we're what there's a now the clippers the little honey logo and i love. Honey i think those guys are awesome and that doesn't bother me. I actually was like for a second. I was like. I don't know if that's going to fly for me and it didn't. It doesn't bother me the way the way. It's being used right now. The way the team name as brought to you by something it just feel it does feel like the san diego Point setia credit union community credit union ball right feels like that which is just a joke at that point so all right didn't work it didn't work. Thank you public opinion for glad. The public opinion can still shoots the things down

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"setia" Discussed on Astral Projection Podcast

Astral Projection Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"setia" Discussed on Astral Projection Podcast

"And as I relaxed down I must've falling asleep but suddenly. I felt such power and I saw my heart shock cross. Like a pump like a kind of pulsating generator. Now I, think I've mentioned this in another podcast episode. It was a kind of over shape but like had an orange glow, it was really powerful and the whole experience was so powerful that it freaked me out a little bit and I woke up or I thought I did I thought I. was awake and I turned over to lamp, but my mum wouldn't work. So I thought, the ball must have gone. So then I got up and walked around the corner to another light, but that didn't work either so then I tried to one on the stairs On that didn't work. So then I thought. We might we must have had some sort loose short-circuit. So I decided to go downstairs to the garage to check so I went downstairs And when I got to next floor. Because I was sleeping in the attic. So the next floor was where the Bedrooms Auburn main bedrooms and I noticed the floor is different and then they started to fake out as well as it was all. So really real and I could swear the I was awake anyway this point my husband and my son came out to see what I was. Making such fuss about because I must have been laid at no I don't think screaming but I was. So it was going on here. It's supposed to be like this and it's not I think at that point. Am I suddenly realized an uncle whisked away to cloud I was in a blue sky on cloud and it was It was so relaxing. And then on a nearby cloud was my higher self and there was another strange animal being, but it was impossible to describe. Anyway I went to Maha ourself self. And we in such a high vibration, it was incredible. It was a beautiful place full of love my higher self setia taken a form that was pleasing to me, and I must admit he was quite pleasing to my. Anyway, my question to my highest self before going to sleep had been. How can I help the world? What can I do to improve the present situation? At this point my herself started to sweat. He said he was having difficulty holding his form. Anyway. I asked him about if he won. by if you want. I meant would beings in the universe I asked him. If we are the same and he said everyone's chew essence is the same and then the blonde lady came along and took my left hand and the male herself to all right an. I think this was sort balancing male and female specs of my heart south. And the the female version. Joked, it's okay to hold hands. And I think that was a reference to social distancing on the earth like we can't hold hands anymore touch and that sort of thing, and then we went to watch something. It was like a cinema. Setting but this point I lost lucidity. Then myself back in my body. Now I was convinced I was awake..

"setia" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"setia" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Just so funny cotton candy grape juice. It's coming. That's amazing. I know we gotta get on that. On that use already on so excited the cotton cotton. You know we'll talk about it later. Details we'll sign the contract. We'll. Guys. Let's talk about sports segments. The first is the hot take. It's the part of the show talk about exactly how he felt about this. Maybe we do not hold back and there's a guy out there. Who is here to cure your colts? Because of his hot tech and the same as panda panda. What'd you think about this Smith? I'm about to give you a fear with my take. For her hurting at home. Listen I just couldn't really get into this movie. Yeah! Listen. I wanted to like it and there's certain points on this movie. This movie reminds me a lot of Christmas camp okay. I said while we're watching the movie. It looked like it took place in the same house as Christmas. Now here's an. Wondering that as well, so here's the deal about it, though in my opinion, this movie does the decorations better than Christmas camp. He gave me more of those. Christmas feels in the sense of decoration all that stuff. Over although I did not like this, the actor pairing here. I feel very uninspired by that thought the plot was pretty slow. and Man I just I just could not get into this movie overall so it's a no for me I, I mean. Andrew. It's just. It just felt like it was very fragmented. Storylines things happened like there was a lot of you. Know you WANNA, try to eliminate a lot of the questions that people are going to ask, and obviously you can't with the the format in which they do these movies in it so quick. And a lot of the time. They don't necessarily let actors change too much of the dialogue But I thought that there was just they the the set decorations, which I I hate putting it on like crew and stuff like that, but I felt like there was just. Those points said he has everywhere. It was point Seti on top appoint Setia instead of. Having a little bit more taste tasteful to core I thought the relationship could've. Could've built a little bit more. They built the tension like the experts. You know what's going to happen obviously. You just want that that final kiss to to. To to pay off to be there and I felt like. I wasn't really rooting for the characters throughout the movie, and so I felt like I second that I think it's a no for me as well and. But. But yeah, that's We'll get into the details of that as we go along. We don't want to spoil anything, but you be able to watch Andrew Walker starring Poinsettias everywhere this holiday season. It's GonNa be a good one. It's going to be great and it's just going.

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Glen Keane Was Drawn to Kobe Bryant for 'Dear Basketball'

The Frame

06:52 min | 2 years ago

Glen Keane Was Drawn to Kobe Bryant for 'Dear Basketball'

"When Kobe Bryant retired twenty sixteen he penned a farewell letter to to the game that he called dear basketball? It was later turned into an animated short film by veteran animator. Glen Keane with music by John Williams the composer for star our wars and other classic films. This is all I have left to give a mind can in handle the grind body news time to say goodbye. Dear Basketball won an academy award in two thousand. Eighteen keen is a former Disney animator. Her you'd never met Kobe prior to the making of deer basketball and he told me about that nervous first meeting when Kobe and his family visited his animation studio that day. He he showed up with Vanessa and the girls and we brought him an and there was this moment of like. Uh what's Kobe going to think of. This tiny little studio was in little duplex. And I mean it wasn't like the big fancy studios this and you looked around and saw the sketches on the wall. And you know for a moment I thought oh I know. He's got to be disappointed. Did he said it's perfect. Yeah they're recording of of Kobe's monologue. His his read comes comes off is Very intimate what conversations. Did you have with him about the recitation of of the peace. Did you sort sort of guide him or coach him at all. We walk down the street from our little studio too recording studio at the end of a point Setia. Yeah it's a recording studio. Where actual Michael Jackson recorded thriller and Coby was so nervous to go in there like this? I mean he's such a fan of Michael Jackson's work and when we came time to record Kobe was very quiet he he delivered it in in a very simple straightforward conversational way. I thought okay. Good well he's got that done. Now he's going to deliver something more dramatic second time exactly clearly the same their time delivered exactly the same and at that point I realized this is it. Kobe's going to deliver something very pure entirely sincere. Not Inflected selected not dramatized. He's not performing. He's revealing who he is and it became the the driver for for the the way. Every part of this whole piece was going to be. I am wondering if he was thinking in terms of creating something that would speak speak for itself after he was gone. Not only from the basketball court but from from life An and was he thinking about his legacy and future generations nations and how they viewed him for Kobe. He knew what he had done in setting a path for others. So this was this was his purpose us very much to inspire new generations beyond him. I mean that was very intentional. Talking to coby he would have this intense fierce look in his eyes that would his spirit spirit in this movie had to connect to you in a very visceral way like him and I told the Kobe Kobe. I can't just animate you moving across in shooting the ball. I have to know what's in your head. What's in your heart? How how are you feeling? So we went shot by shot through Youtube of Kobe's twenty greatest plays and he remembered -membered every moment and described that moment why he was able to do that shot. What was his intention? I could live live in his skin. That's what was for nanometer. It's all about living in the skin of someone you animate. I mean there was a a His fade shot. Where he he would throw his right hip out a little bit left? Hip was just back just for enough enough and then you know he would come at the opponent and then back off and leap up into the air at a certain angle and do the whole thing and I studied it and I knew it I knew it exactly the angle of his hand so I mean early on. I said Kobe. You've got the worst basketball player in the world animating. Neal Neil said that's okay Glenn because everything you learn about basketball is going to be through studying him so after film was done we. You're at the Lakers. Training Center and the lights were off on the court and I walked in and grabbed a basketball. I thought I can do this. I mean this was so much about Kobe. Set your mind to it and you study and you you can do it so I got the ball. I went way back into a three point shot. I mean way back. I wasn't making it easy on myself. And I travelled ball then I jumped and through my right hip out and my hand was ninety degrees everything and all the way to releasing the ball and coby would say you know even after the ball was off of his fingertips. I felt like still had enough control. If I pull my finger back might just not bounce too hard on the backboard. I mean there was this mystical connection between him and the ball and I felt all of that insight as released the ball. It was flying. I could not believe it straight for the basket ask it on a perfect arc Iran. I was dumbfounded and that fell ten feet short. But how do you read the words now in the aftermath of this tragedy. There's a profound depth to them about him talking about his his body. Not being able to go on. It's time to give it up time to let it go.

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CONIFA World Football Cup is soccer showdown for not-quite countries

BBC World Service

03:44 min | 3 years ago

CONIFA World Football Cup is soccer showdown for not-quite countries

"He won't see most of these nations sports men and women compete internationally but they can play in the world cup Why footed? Twenty. that was the memorable world cup final which cop talia beach northern cyprus on penalties to win last year's final of the world cup that the conifer world cup competition represents the hungarian minority in ukraine knief oh the confederation of independent football associations include breakaway states some regions such as yorkshire england and minority groups from some nations sasha is secretary-general fifty-five members on all six continents and the simple majority of them are minorities or regions and then there is a huge set of members that are unrecognized countries so all the post soviet independent countries for example like a pasi setia transnistria nagorno-karabakh but also northern cyprus ahmadi not western sahara they all their own khalifa in football if you look at places like abkhazia transnistria how important is it for the people who live that t._v. able to fly their flag international to be recognized on the on our world stage it's incredibly important and it probably more for them than it is for most nations to play in world cup and it's not only the case about recognition that is important for them to waive their own flag and hear their own national anthem before to match but most of all i mean they are seriously isolated most of them they don't have access to any international sports they are forbidden to play any football matches on home soil against any international opposition even if it's a club that wants to travel there it's just forbidden and the visiting club would be banned for many years so for them does breaking embargo and being visible in a way as people naturally it is very important of big deal for them so what some of these football teams like how would they fare against relatively good international side would qualify for the world cup that is very hard to tell but i would say that the top ten maybe fifteen of our teams are mostly full professional players that play and top leaks of fiba if you look at pasi third example about seventy percent of this court is playing in the russian premier league or in leaks of some of the standard estonian leak and serbian leak so the standard is quite decent i would probably compare them probably to northern ireland on a bad day than island on a bad day that's not exactly bringing endorsement of the quality of that bull i mean they wouldn't probably qualify for for people world cup but fevered has two hundred twelve members and they would probably be very much in midfield of that and the same is true for the top ten fifteen teams than most of our top teams are obviously than non-recognised countries because they do have a proper structure behind on the ground and they do have the resources to also pay players to that will sash the secretary general of coney

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 Georgia's parliament speaker steps down following protests

BBC Newshour

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Georgia's parliament speaker steps down following protests

"The speaker of the Georgian parliament has resigned in response to mass protests, his decision to let Russian lawmakers make speech and Russian Iraq league back. It says gesture towards the visitor sparked fury among Georgians of a two hundred people were injured when Ron police Tom protested storming parliament on Thursday night. Georgia's President Saleh's visually playing Russian agitators Mike Saunders reports president Salom is row bashevis used to be a French diplomat, where there was nothing diplomatic about her language. She called Russia, an enemy, and an occupier, anti Russian feeling is still, very high after the brief war in two thousand eight it ended with Russia's stationing troops in the breakaway Georgian regions of south Setia, and Qazi. They're still there. President zoo, bash Philly maybe covering her own back. She was supported by the governing Jordan dream party in last year's presidential election. And it was Jordan dream invited the ru-. Sion's into discuss religious affairs, some position, MP's say that's where the real blame

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"setia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The president of the Republic of Georgia blames Russian agitators violence at erupted last night in the Georgian capital, Tbilisi zero to bash villa used to be a French diplomat, where there was nothing diplomatic about language. She called Russia, an enemy and occupy anti-russian feeling is still very high off to the brief war. In two thousand eight it ended with Russia's stationing troops in the breakaway Georgian regions of south Setia Qazi that still there, president bash maybe covering her. I'm back. She was supported by the governing, Georgian dream pot in Las presidential election. And it was Georgian dream invited the Russians into discuss religious affairs. Some position, MP's say, that's where the real blame lies. BBC's Mike Sanders. Several hundred mainly student protesters gathered outside Hong Kong government offices, some blocking traffic on a major thoroughfare, others occupying, the lobby of government tax office news and analysis townhall dot com. The house fascism. Bill would block the Justice department from involvement in marijuana prosecutions and states, where pot is legal more and more states have legalized marijuana for recreational use but under federal law, possessing or selling the drug remains a federal crime, but Torney general William bar said during his confirmation hearing, the Justice department would not go after marijuana companies in states where cannabis is legal, but proponents want legislation to protect marijuana users, the or which was attached to a funding. Bill is opposed by conservative. Republicans who say it ignores the problem of drug abuse and sends the wrong message to young people about smoking marijuana. Several bills have also.

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"setia" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:15 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Folks, Metaxas show, we're talking to Sonya per cell, the author of a woman of importance, the untold story of the American spy who helped win World War Two sunny. I think it would be hard pressed to remember more extrordinary story than this. You must have been amazed writing it at the, the twists and turns seem if it were a novel that you'd find them tiresome because you'd take come on this can't happen to anybody in real life. And yet, here we are, I couldn't believe as I went along. That's been three as very long as long days nights on this. I couldn't believe each twist and turn that into listen talk highway great lease. And then suddenly, the papers would have been mislaid destroy a magic at some papers declassified fennel contemporary accounts, but she had twenty different codenames. This was a major epic kind of detective work piecing together. I was never disappear. Pointed. I mean it blew my socks of countless occasions. She really mosaic student life. He just comes mashing anyone having a knife anymore. Well, no, there's there really is something about that generation that world, it seemed to produce people like this, there's more to be said on that. But all right. So what happens at this juncture? So it's, it's is, is about to happen where she now shouldn't sensual fronts, and then later on she becomes really leader fishy brings impound sheets of, and I'm Nisshin explosives Oganization now. She's working for the now, she's looking through the with the French resistance says she's finding in a big scale Siva Taj. Tell she's bringing in a lot of guns, a lot of munition a lot of explosives or any precedent for a woman doing anything like this, I amazed. I think it was really really unusual for the Americans in particular. They were astonished. That was doing this. It wasn't really any other branch of the American miniature with that was happening the where a few French women who wanted to breath. But no one was long Virginia no-one on such a scale is one of the most amazing achievements of hoods is up the maquis resistance that she owned all trained liberated a whole department of France. One of the first, it'd be liberated outside Normandy, with single professional soldier. So let's about schoolboys doctors farmers, but is being pulled together and doing this stuff blowing up bushes capturing German soldiers cutting off that telecommunications. They didn't know what was happening. It was extremely, and there's this one to the understated cable from a senior officer, one point describing of Ginny as extremely brave women doing fine work. Well, you know it was accepted. Well, it is amazing. I mean she looks she makes meta Harry look like a piker. I can't even imagine not that I've read much about meta Harry, but. Well so how does this play out before the war ends? So she then goes looking for more fighting you can imagine. But at this point a young American of the as is parachuted into help, and he tends to be someone who is a French American who was seventy s younger than her and six inches Shueisha. He respects her hell and made her laugh off a very long time of being on heroin, and never been to trust anyone because you can't in that life funding. She she found love and she's now in her late thirties, she's now late Setia amazing absolutely amazing. So she finds love the wars, not yet over. So they wanna see missions gather in Australia that she never comes off in the end, the most extraordinary missions that way, she was going to go into this, the Nazi deal. And underground place in the outs which they believed to exist in part in the end, we would have been her job, to find it and destroy it. She was chasing from all secret agents to do this, in this wasn't the place. That, that, that, that good bulls had set up or Himmler one of them. Yeah. I mean, it was don't see phonetics as the loss and this was like their unholy of holy. I mean this, this was I mean I see it as, as as kind of satanic thing. It was a pagan religious center good Hitler could never be bothered with this stuff, but they some of them Himmler and and. Heidrick. Well Heidrick was probably did by then but, but they were really as you say they were the super fanatics, and I've never heard much about that. But you're telling me that this woman Virginia, call was going to go there to what end what would the point of that being? The point is to find out whether shakes only existed in port. In fact, if accepted to destroy it. The mission never took place. She was trained for along with pool and a couple of a few other Austrians, he will own side, but the allied armies advancing say quickly didn't become necessary, and then it was discovered to be actually, but if Shimomura but the fact is that for junior hula disabled woman was chosen from old other allied agents full that operation. I think that shows you at that point, just in will steam she was held it's, it's stunning. Okay. So we're is she when the war ends well at the end of that. So she's in no fear way. And then comes back to Paris, I think, comes back to the states funding she hasn't been. With with pool. Yeah. So she's going to find man by his side. She's got love feud now wants to carry on being secret, Asian, and for that reason because she's a world, only civilian woman, invisible to be Oded the distinguished service cross president Truman himself is so impressed by he wants to would it to person in the White House, and she writes by Davis the president, but I don't want to have my own made in public because I want to go and being secrets Asian. So it's done in private with just as a witness on political will, you really are journalist, because you had to dig up a lot of this, the books that I write I don't I don't do this kind of digging. It's very, very impressive. When we come back, I wanna find out about the rest of your life, you said, she lived until nineteen eighty two. Well, I can ask you quickly did she marry Paul? He did event she she twice a long time because her mother didn't approve of pool. He didn't come from well-to-do back. Find it hilarious that she does all of this stuff. Yeah. But if mummy doesn't approve she says, sorry, okay, we're going to be right back for a final segment with Sonya personnel, the author of a woman of no importance stick around, please..

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Airbnb Reverses Policy Banning Listings in Israeli Settlements in West Bank

All Things Considered

00:51 sec | 3 years ago

Airbnb Reverses Policy Banning Listings in Israeli Settlements in West Bank

"San Francisco based Airbnb says it will allow listings on its site for Israeli settlements in the West Bank. The decision reverses a policy put in place last year after human rights groups, pressured the company not to do business in occupied. Territories where mostly Palestinians live. It. Also, settles a lawsuit by. Dual use Isreaeli citizens that alleged Jews were not allowed to post their units on Airbnb Robert token is their lawyer Airbnb will focus on its business, which is listing properties the geo political issues issues international law that will not be adjudicated by Airbnb, and that's the way it should be. In a statement, Airbnb said it will donate its profits from West Bank, Airbnb to humanitarian groups and move. It does in the disputed. Territories of south, oh, Setia and up

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"setia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Setia? Gotta get sponsored by Bill plumbing, heating and air. Neither water heater ever Ruth Bader here installed by Bill. How plumbing for great service and pricing on route water heater you knew who to call one eight hundred Bill how today follow Mark Larson today at ten on AM seven sixty tax day is coming your time to file maybe running out. But with h&r block, you still have plenty of options to finish your return. Make an appointment walk in or drop off your ducks at a block office near you. I'm Greg Phillips sign with Keller Williams Realty. I'm a native San Diegan. I've been helping people by ourselves home in San Diego for over twenty five years now, I believe in good old fashioned hard work and excellent customer service with zero gimmicks when you call or text I personally get back to you. I know how stressful buying or selling can be I will do. Everything I can to make it a stress free as possible for all of your real estate needs. Give me a buzz or text anytime at six one nine five zero seven three one six six again. This is Greg with two Gs Phillips Senate Keller Williams Realty are easier. One one five three eight five seven, do you know what you're actually paying your financial adviser? You should is there a plan? How clearly does your adviser. Explain that plan. Hi, I'm Jason labor of intelligence driven advisors. You may have heard us on our program financial detox. I invite you to take our portfolio challenge and get one hundred days of absolutely free asset management. We want you to see the difference. Having a fiduciary adviser we want you to experience what it's like to pursue better with your personal finances. That's one hundred days, we will work absolutely free. There is no obligation at intelligence driven advisors. You never need to worry about hidden fees again because we believe trans. Parents. He is the cornerstone of a successful relationship. I'm Jason labor, and that's the idea difference. Learn more at the portfolio challenge dot com. That's the portfolio challenge dot com or give us a call at eight seven seven seven zero seven eighty eight eighty nine..

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"setia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com slash higher. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news more. Mike Slater is next. Breaking news out of Boston were actress, Felicity Huffman has agreed to plead guilty in the college. Admissions scandal Huffman said in a statement, she was ashamed of the pain she caused her family friends colleagues and educational community was accused of paying fifteen thousand dollars to have a Proctor boost her older daughter's SAT scores two teenagers are under arrest. Accused of setting a fire that destroyed a playground in Carlsbad early this morning. The fire broke out just before four and gated community called waters. End news HD arena has the latest ground said, he rubbed it. Flames shortly before four this morning and accelerate was poured on the equipment. And in a circle around it burnt furiously for some time before could be extinguished. Fortunately, no, embers blue foreign up. Catch anything else on fire, and no one was hurt bliss cool bear came outside. When she saw the spoken plane. Over ten years of memories. Now that was the only fire the teenagers are of setting another one broke out here the point Setia railroad station, but it was out by the time. Firefighters arrived. How'd you like to spend thirty dollars a day just to drive in your city that reality just hit home for thousands of people in and around the British capital.

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"setia" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on ESPN FC

"To another of the SETI foursome podcast. I mean, a resume as I'm joined by hundred on Dini and Gabriella Marcatti. Now, I wish we can start this cost, and you know, awesome fashion by discussing Breen such is come out of Setia over the past week. But sadly, we have to start with a horrible topic of conversation which centers around wise, they can the nineteen year old you've intas striker who has been in incredible scoring fashion at the moment, you know, scoring one in his lost four matches for both Italy. And of course, you Ventas, but sadly when you con Kennedy in sad Denia, Ken the nineteen year old suffered racist abuse. And rather than have his team made to Leonardo Poonch e defending him in fighting for him and standing beside him. He decided to come out with comments in which he said. It was fifty fifty and Tamaz they Ken should shoulder. Fifty percent of the blame towards the racist abuse that he received in the stadium. Obviously that is sparked huge outrage as it should have Bucci has since tried to clarify his comments in a way that still doesn't really offer much of an apology. But either way Ken continues to move forward. He did have the support of blast between the and of course, Joe Joe Killeen and you've enters did indeed win that match. But that is secondary to this discussion. Your. I think you've you've you've given a synopsis of the facts there. I don't know where to start with this one. We start with the timelines. With a little more to the facts. I think. It's inside. It's very easy to go. This down. Very quickly as possible jewelry. Cow this stuff that we know stuff that we soom expel we really don't know toys event dissipating away if this arena against. Cady twenty minutes in was generally the first of a controversial incident involving moisture can where he gets booked for diving in the box, pretty obvious dive. He gets a lot of abuse from the home fans, not necessarily racist abuse in the main. But from what from what's been said by people who are familiar.

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"setia" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Yeah. He has had an injury that isn't wise. It's interesting timing. If this is what happens because the trading. Exactly that seems liberal chose to do. You're waiting for the moment. Then. It's a it's a quiet moments in some ways, I understand by the way, giving the you're right angle on there. I need to send this sort of, you know, public service message Raja, if you're there, I knew seek out of these all bent out of shape and you want to cheer him up by taking him out on the town. Please don't. I'd rather you went out your you can clearly handle it. I'm not sure this guy, just you know. Nice to him. Plus you would. Yeah. See go out talk to TV cameras and talk about. Let's talk about Roger nine Golan's least favorite team in the world. Do you think this is it yours? Yours kindred spirits. Yes. They suffered that first defeat of the season. And it finally came in week twenty. Because of course in Europe, they've been defeated by many times. Madrid, Manchester United. Young boy budge of young children. You know, Jesus, it's it's. Talia? Didn't that mine's? Did you get speeches at B two B two. Now either way they lost for the first time in Setia, and everyone was saying, well, you know, Renaldo was bench for this. You sort of get it they paid to Madrid. You sorta get it. But really the guy that makes a difference for them as always key lenient the Bank with him. They concede zero point five goals per game. And without him over a goal a game. Madrid in which case they can proceed to goals away. Plus the actual they should have conceded for the fact that fates a foul by throwing himself to the ground which wasn't burying and on off you point. I mean, I realize that you're kidding heater as well as it. You. But. Side that was already contentious thing. It was a foul that wasn't like a made a meal of it. But you know, what's in his? That moment either way it could just be that regard any place matches. And that's why they but anywhere. That's a correlation. We should map out. Either way you lose and Genoa pulled off a wonderful game with. I'm gonna have to challenge you on the planet that be missing the missing Steph. Superstar came off the bench and scored basically is first touch gentle plan practically schools against them. You know, why it was just like all of a sudden you throw him one against dirty game of his life. He's really morning against you and said. He said it can happen to a better plan. Also said and business is what makes it difficult for you. Look he knows what to say in public because he's been there. He's done. But he says like, oh, this was a good time to lose. You know, if you're gonna lose his minds, but we were happens. Although I'd argue if you have an eighteen point does it really matter when you lose as long as they can say, but he said, he, you know, he talked about the post eclectic mood hangover, and they expanded so much energy, mentally, psychologically psychology, very important and whatnot. But then being myself, and I was like what psychological exertion the rue Ghani gossip this core. Deba-? What did what would be? Came. You guys when you come on against freaking January. Go how about you guys going perform and you show lady. Hey, why don't we get, you know, put it out in his mind for the next match..

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"setia" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You've had a huge injury crisis. Everyone's ten new your not intelligent enough to pay the progressive football. We have said it on this podcast that went on shore. They he's capable of paying Stoller football. That can really elevate Milan. He hasn't been able to find a midfielder. He's his please. I think that to be able to continue to address each problem that they've had, you know, getting the best out of pocket getting the best out of Piontek, resolving the bike Yoko issue, resolving how could you not? Could you not is this a difference? I mean, again, whatever two hundred million on buying candidate. And is not the same as having the likes of poker team. You know, so we can say it's it's an expensive squadron. It certainly wasn't may spend a lot of money now on park it down beyond take having said that though this is still a cheap squad. When you compare it to the alternatives, and the fact that they've lost so many of them in the in going in problems. I think that he has done nothing short of a miracle and overtaking into who have a solid ground who was supposed to have this validation if you sat twos. Oh, I think there should be riots. I out on the street. I just. Right. I was right. So I agree with what you what you said. Join us into rioting. Yes. I hope you join us next week. Yeah. And also, welcome to you know, I think it needs to be. Shoot. Five consecutive home games. John six clean sheets. Athlon Napoli away and. No, they played some good teams. Yeah. I think it was. And and and it's just sad that the start of football. They play makes gap sold a little bit everytime team. How many? Yeah. They have such a nice dressing room. But that's all we have time for on. The city was him podcast. I took a real beating this one. What kind of mean to me? But anyway, join us next week when we'll see if you've into SaaS still in the Champions League. And of course, we'll wrap up all the action in Setia as we take on the big names. We'll see you next week..

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"setia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:41 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of five to six AM here on the west coast. We are on Instagram, adding Lisbeth Espinosa just post something very funny. A little hashtag behind the scenes how I get here and stay awake. I'm very excited is, you know, love is in the air or not there's a very cool pop up boutique slash let's call it. The bar. It's called the break-up bar. And in fact, that's why I was on the fork report yesterday because this is such a cool place. It's off of Melrose and points Setia. Right. So it's that cool strip of like LA like all the hipsters go, and it's next to a bar called the severance parse. That's where you go. Get fired. Get it you severance pay and you go to the severance bar and use up the five dollars on a good drink to kind of like, you know, this drink away, your, your, your tears, and the pain the grief. Well is so cool because Evan is a you know, he's a food person bar person in. He's the owner of severance bar and said that him and his girlfriend talked about. Hey, babe. What do you think about if he actually came up with like pop up boutique like a break-up are for Valentine's Day, like the total anti balanced signs day. The place to go. And they're like, yeah. That's funny. This great. And then he actually did it. And of course, she lives on the east coast. So when he called her and told her he did it. She said what I thought you were just kidding. So it's kind of funny, but it's such a great place. And this is where I met a relationship coach we had him on with KTLA. I'm he is very very popular. I mean, you number one you look at him. And you think oh my God. This guy's perfect like he looks good. He sounds good. He smart. There's nothing wrong with him. So this is why this guy is also famously available ladies, but I can't throw him out there yet because I'm sure he has a long list. But here he's coming as a relationship coach and author to help us survive Valentine's Day, we want to find love, rob MAC, rob MAC. Good morning. Good morning. Wow. Can I just keep you? But that was amazing. You are so fun. We had so much fun the other day. And I thought we've gotta get you on KFI because you've got to save so many people from this the pressure the stress the grief. I mean, people are biting their nails as we speak. It's only a few days away valentines days on Thursday. I know it's amazing. I always thought of this is like the love. But apparently the season of breakup do like this time of the year through March is the most popular time for breaking up high. That is so crazy. That's what we were laughing about because there is a season for duck hunting and there's a season for breaking up. That's right. It's cutting season stopping. These often them getting relationships. Yes, I'm telling you. So let's make sure everybody knows your credentials. I mean, you're you're a full-fledged counselor psychologist give it to me. That's right. Let them know. Positive psychology expert now so does that field of positive psychology that develops out of the Ivy league schools of the university of Pennsylvania and Harvard author on things they single on E on mind your business on own, but I basically help people through tough times in their life. Yes. And that's where we are calling on your expertise this morning. So what happens when let's start with. You're not sure about going to this Valentine's Day with this partner. But you're here. Now, you're kind of stuck it's just a few days away. How do you do this without sunny yourself up for failure without lying and being true to yourself and your partner because you know, it to that person. Great question. So look, I know it's Valentine's season. So we often have expectations, and we feel bad, and we want to feel guilty about breaking up right on Valentine's Day before Valentine's Day. But you're always better off getting it out of the way sooner than later. So that's number one. Number two. There's an acronym. We use sometimes in the coaching business, which is think before you speak think. So how can I say when I want to say in a way that is not true, h helpful I- inspiring and necessary in k- kind of the idea, basically is how can I say what I want to say? Truest way humanly possible, but rapid and warmth, and positively because you don't want to be, you know, the bad guy bad girl. Right thing. But you have to do it in a way that's still tied and more. And how do you know, it really is time to call it quits, man? Great question. Well, we've got this little thing. Thing we use in positive psychology business, and we know that a break up is going to happen. So. Fantastic relationship experts called the garden named the government. And they have come up with a way to predict your relationship is going to work or not with ninety four percent reliability. And they can tell you thirty seconds right to you have a conversation with your partner and say, hey, this is not gonna work out. They can do with ninety four percent reliability based on four things. One is contempt. That's the most important basic, it's an Arab superiority. So if you or your partner has an air superiority knocking to work out most likely to criticism that means, you know, basically making the person batter wrong as opposed to just the behavior threes defensiveness enforce stonewalling, so long simply shutting down. So if you see those qualities or trade within yourself ago, the person you can be sure it's probably time to break out, and we were at the break apart. Of course, getting agree laugh on the wall of broken relationships. They had basically a wall up where you postal notes about things that happened we sought divorce papers. We saw stories of infidelity text messages people breaking up saying I want break up over a text message. I'm sorry. That drives me. A lot right? So a lot of you know, a lot of those messages were yours. Yeah. Pretty much, right? Right. But I was crazy. Unbelievable. I mean, if the divorce papers up there, it was a dog collar for the person who took the dog and left caller. No. I know isn't that? But let's talk about people ghosting in a relationship not wanting to own up to it's over. Yeah. Great point. So the challenge with ghosting is that you never really know. Why someone ghosted you coming? You know, we always assume the worst personalized there's lots of things happened to lots of people for lots of reasons that we're not clear about ramming they could have gotten sick. Maybe some enough got sick. Maybe somebody died, maybe they had a boyfriend already girlfriend our radio partner already. You know, maybe they went bankrupt. Maybe lost a job internet reasons, why somebody ghost you. And so to think and sit at home and to worry and ruminate about at all, just useless. It doesn't help you even trying to figure out why doesn't help. Because even if a person tells you it was for reason, a could be lying reason. Be so it'd be painful, but you know, the only people to the extent that you can can you thinking about and reliving it over and over again. Well, and you were saying that so ghosting by the ways when someone just stops talking to you like all of a sudden, you get no explanation, but I have to tell you from personal experience. I am terrible. I'm so terrible with closure. Like, I always say we're going to break up, and we're gonna and we break up. Zillion times. Like, I can't just. I can't be like like, I am the worst. You know, we talked about what we talked about. And I've done nothing to achieve what we talked about. It's just gotten worse. Big heart. Let's be on. If you have a big heart. You have incredible Jenner off spirit. So it's really hard. When you're epic. It's really hard to break up with people because you feel like, you know, you're hurting you kind of our end of the day, if you just wait it out and procrastinate it gets worse and worse and worse. But I'm like you. I've always believed in just letting a relationship a battery ship die a natural death. You know, McCall. We're time. And then just like years later, you're still in it. Yeah. And you're like, whoa. Three years. Okay. We're gonna keep much to go through. Can you? Stay with us to midnight. Okay. Machias a relationship. Coach experts psychologists I kid you not he is saving so many people's marriages relationships, and he is the relationship a coach to the star. So we're very happy to have him on. Why don't if you guys have a phone question? Maybe you got something that's burning and you need help. Why don't you? Call us. Rob. You'll take you'll take some questions from our listeners. Really? All right. We'll continue our conversation. There's so much talk about. But if you have if you've time you want to talk about it. Call us right now, one eight hundred five two zero one KFI one eight hundred five two zero one KFI Sunday morning with espionage KFI, AM six forty Mary Kate in the newsroom..

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"setia" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Shut off. I guess I can't shut it off. I will shut it off. Did did the news from earlier today about the air traffic issues affecting Newark and Reagan national and LaGuardia and because of sick outs and controllers not showing up. Did that force a hand today? I said I said on yesterday show on the Thursday broadcast. And I've said this earlier in the week. I said it last week that can you imagine if air travel is significantly disrupted in this country. Number one, you've got TSA. Agent and you know, officer issues, obviously if the checkpoints you of the air traffic control issues at towers at the airports and also air traffic controllers calling sick calling in sick some of the major centers. You've got New York Setia Jacksonville. Yeah. Cleveland, you're to get a whole bunch of these large FAA centers that are not at the airport that control large portions of the national air traffic control system in these nondescript buildings, you know, dotted around the country where you got controllers inside the calling the shots at thirty two thousand feet up. So you you look you look at where we are. And I think the the pressure on air travel in this country. I think that was a big factor. In the president caving here. So let me play the audio for folks. I see the phone lines are already jammed phones are.

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"setia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Countless articles have been recent about Russia's territorial conflict with Ukraine, but it is less. Well, that Moscow continues to who made it all in Georgia. And it hurts irked the country's prime minister. He's just that's Russia's steel occupies twenty percents of Georgian territory. Let's get more on this now with the Russia analyst, Stephen DO, Stephen covered the collapse of the Soviet Union for the BBC welcome to the program. So shall we first week? What exactly has been happening between Georgia and Russia in recent? Yes, will if we go back to the break up of the Soviet Union. Of course, that was a traumatic event for Soviet people, particularly for Russian people indeed in two thousand five President Putin called it the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the twentieth century, and that perhaps we should have seen as a warning. Because Georgia it seems was really the next in the firing line or the first in the firing line because in two thousand eight. Russia attacked south Setia, which is the the the region over Setia the northeast part of Russia. It runs of some folks border in making it into north and south day south has had is part of Georgia. And that's where Russia chose to attack Georgia and move that border. What it looks like now is that that was a sort of test case for what happened in twenty fourteen with Ukraine the Russian army at that time didn't form Turbie. Well, although they did manage to push the Georgians back in they claimed victory. They also claimed that the Georgians had started at and there we see also address rehearsal for Russian disinformation, which is really taken off since twenty fourteen in the invasion of Ukraine. So what does being Georgian approach to these tensions between the countries? Georgia has since against the break up of the Soviet Union has been appealing to the west to for help in in in rebuilding its economy in in giving it a proper political system, and that's one of the things, which of course is upset as upset Russia from the start. But since two thousand eight Georgia has been saying, look, you know, we were attacked we've lost territory indeed that border that the Russian set up the new border inside Georgian territory. One of the reasons why the prime minister saying that Russia controls so much. Jordan territory is because they keep moving it. They keep moving into into further and further into Georgia hundred meters..

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"setia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You've been bad. Somebody needs a out you're going into my head. Time for Donna and Steve put somebody in time out. Lifetime. Time for a whole lot of movies around Christmas time, but we got to put you in time out. There is a couple suing lifetime for using their holiday family photo in the movie Christmas harmony. Oh, no in in a scene where one guy calls it ugly. They want all the movies prophets. That's the big ass. Their names are Setia and Catherine Alah. Here's how lifetime helped ruin their Christmas sets Yemen. Catherine's took a photo with their kids to send out as a Christmas card as many families do somehow someone at lifetime got a hold of it. And then used it in the movie in the scene woman wants to put that card and another one up on the fridge because she thinks they're quote festive. But her guy tells her not to because quote, they're ugly. Oh, no law family says they were embarrassed when friends and family started calling to tell them they were in the movie. They obviously didn't lifetime permission to use the photo. And have no idea how they even got it. Okay. Now, I wanna see the photo lovely photo. Why would they call it ugly? You know, how they do like ugly family photos home awkward? Awkward awkward. Yes. Which they have an entire book out with that. But I mean, the family looks cute. That's.

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"setia" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"setia" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And all he does is fuck that up for the next fifteen years, and they keep letting him win the lottery. What does he then other than anyone the Little Brown lottery? Then he wins the Kyrie Irving lottery. Oh my God. Well known on the lottery, it's fourteen percent for the top three teams. And the first four teams are going to have a lottery balls drawn. But being the worst team still gives you an advantage. Because if you're the worst team the worst pick you get its fifth if you're the third worst team the worst, you can get seventh right? Fourteen percent for the top three teams. But it's but it's actually not because of the back end. There's another team that shouldn't win the lottery Phoenix. Phoenix, you you shouldn't be allowed to win the to even get a top three pick again top three picks. Can you get what's wrong with the Andrea atan? Yeah. Exactly. They won the lottery last year. They shouldn't be able to win the lottery again. Okay. So you're saying two years in a row. Okay. I'm saying you shouldn't be able to just be competent for four straight years. And then just you Williamson. Yeah. I mean, the Devon Devon Booker was not an incompetent pick. No. The Andrey wasn't either. They have something. Good going. They had pick I pick and back toback ladder. No for a while. I was like on an island with the Phoenix. But I think it's pretty clear now pretty we like Devon Booker too much. It's one of your flesh. I don't think I love Democrats. I it's it's like a Jalen Brown type fluffer you do do a little bit too much. I think you like too much. I don't know. I feel it in the slack. I think I think with. Yeah. I put some good. Devon Booker stats in there. The other day. I think it's easy to put up. Good stats on bad teams is one of the things I've learned in life. Well that that was one of my points on last Friday's ringer NBA show. My resolution for the sons was don't fall to in love with Booker at point guard. And the reason why because I think with him part of. It is as you're saying that you know, he's putting up great stats on a poor team. But also, he's a really good off ball player. Like, yeah. You don't wanna have him as your total number one centerpiece. You want him running off screens and doing the thing that you expected him to do coming into the league at the Klay Thompson, he's on Klay Thompson level shooter. But that type of thing or off ball spotting up attacking close outs. He's far better with the ball than anybody could have expected, but all you have to go because Qasr getting fidgety starts moving around. Like, this is grow friends face timing. I play basketball yesterday. My like to fuck them play basketball day. Oh Domon in a couple of the people where point Setia, right? The court there with great. We should've sent KFC could've given. Want wanna hear? Basketball. Revenue defense who should ganger somebody who doesn't try very much hangs around the room. You think Dirk Nowitzki right now great. Let's go that's a low blow. Sarah. It's sad. Watching a hero. You're the best fifteen players of all time. You're the second best foreign player the league's ever had you beat. Lebron the final I think it's over this feature has probably been written. But I think there's a feature to be written on like the final season for dirt passing. The baton Luca dodged kind of poetic. I mean, I know it's sad to watch to watch dark right now. But it's also kind of beautiful watching those guys it is. But it has playing on the court together. Luke is going to take the reins. It's sad watch. This is sad. But also nice because we came running to her. I was shocked when I went to the clipper game, he say, he's one of the greats of all time. But at some point you just stop playing that he can't who've anymore. It's rough..

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