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"sharam" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:42 min | Last month

"sharam" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"America, Mark Levin here, our number 8 8 7 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one. We're in the freest place on earth right now, Florida. You know, the media in this country and I know you're sick of hearing it, but I want to make a point. They're more than corrupt and they're more than pathetic. They take the attention of the nation off of things that really do matter. And the best examples of the worst kind of journalism you can see on MSNBC and CNN. You can see in the pages of The New York Times and The Washington Post. You can see on the nightly news programs on the big three networks. It never stops as they push their agenda because powers first. But I want to tell a story. There was a young lady in Iran by the name a YouTuber by the name of Serena esh mazada. 16 years old. Beautiful young lady, just a 16 year old. A YouTuber During a protest in garage, a Boers province. After repeatedly trying to collect her remains, reports MSN dot com. The mother was told her daughter was a moral and a terrorist by the thugs. When she finally got to see the badly beaten and brutalized body of her 16 year old daughter. She went home and hanged herself. Intelligence agents harassed and intimidated the teenagers family in a bid to keep them silent, according to Amnesty International. Twitter users said the mom suicide was triggered by our daughter's death and the cruel behavior of security officials. And YouTube videos have emerged showing her that is the daughter without a hijab. Contrary to Iran's strict dress code. In another she dancing with an identified man and wearing her hair loose, she's also seen discussing issues, including women's rights. Their family had looked for her for ten days before authorities finally handed over her body. The death toll has risen to 185 since protests broke out last month. Women are being murdered in the streets. Murdered in the streets. It is they who are leading the protests. The islamo Nazi state. Of Iran. Private messaging groups schoolgirls across Iran said they were planning more protests. 17 year old sharam went missing on September 20, she was also allegedly tortured and murdered. And it is amazing to me if you watch MSNBC. And the self righteous, self righteous. Real slime. Like the morning schmo and the schmoes that are with him. Are you watch these other programs? They don't even talk about this. It's not even mentioned. This comes out of the UK. Out of the UK web news at metro dot co dot UK. Who's covering this? There is an effort. To overthrow the government Iran, being led by teenage girls. And their mothers. Desperate. Desperate. For freedom. Maybe I'm getting

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"sharam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:28 min | 2 months ago

"sharam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In order to trade, but these people, you know, we understand would be better able to kind of oversee trading because they are awake in U.S. hours. And so that would be easier than managing these trades from Riyadh. We've seen really lofty goals for PIF targeting $1.1 trillion in assets by 2030. Clearly, if you want to boost influence, you probably need a bigger team in New York. And then I want to talk about these protests in Iran after a young woman died this comes following a detention for a legislative dressing in modestly, just give us a bit of context on the scale of these demonstrations. You know, we see protests from time to time, but the scale is massive. We see these pictures out of really thousands of people in the street, particularly in Tehran, and these pose potentially the biggest test yet for president Abraham raisi since he's come into office. This whole dispute in these protests about the death of masa amini, who was detained allegedly by morality, police for not wearing her veil properly, and then later died after falling into a coma for several days, protests always an existential threat for the Iranian government and likely to respond harshly having the past respond harshly to protests, the population is very young. They've also been suffering under inflation, pressures. But if we do see a ramp up in the kind of response to these protests, we could see that more ill for return to the Iranian nuclear deal that already looks unlikely, yousef. So thanks for that, that's Simone foxman at the kind of financial center in Doha. I want to stay with the region and get to the equity markets to fell across the gulf yesterday. The benchmark sounded to Dallas now lost almost 5% in the span of a week, although it's still ahead of the S&P 500. How will the outperformance evolve as we begin to get third quarter earnings announcements? Let's find out with marwan sharam. He's the head of high net worth and retail equities at all brahms. Marwan, I look at these surprise announcements from Ford from FedEx from GE, inflationary pressure rippling through the balance sheet. Could we get the same kind of surprises in the next couple of weeks here in the gulf? Hi, thank you. I think what we're seeing now in the regional markets and a specific in terms of earning, we've seen a very healthy consistent earning growth here on cube. If you take a look at the second quarter results for the EU in specific, you'll find that a year on year were up almost 71% and Q on Q were up 30%. That gives you an indication that the earnings that are have been recovering aggressively over the past two years after the Corona and the impact of Corona on the local and the global economies have been actually outperforming in this part of the region due to multiple factors obviously. You have the capitalist of oil being training ever high. We have government support that is injected a lot of liquidity into the market and at the same time we're seeing a lot of participation from strategic and intentional place towards the developed market and more sustainable economy. This is a bit of a Brave New World, marwan, where we have higher interest rates, which let's face it, you know, most companies haven't had to deal with on this scale in decades and at the same time you have inflationary pressures. We can economic growth. Where are we going to see the winners? You're saying it's broadly positive, but if you have to pick the winning sector or the winning companies, which would they be? We focused more at the defenses. So utilities obviously is going to be one of the major winners going forward. Due to this positioning and capability to benefit from the current stands. You also have banks, the banking sector has been developing really well capital structure for most banks in the region have been increased aggressively over the past two years and sustainable at the point where it will achieve a strong growth for 2022 going into 2023. More than that also thematic place. So don't forget the real estate economy over in the region has been paying extremely well. And it benefits from different aspects other than fewer inflation. It also has benefits from the reopening of the economy, the strategic positioning of the region in global presence and also the lack of political instability at the current time, which is unique to the region over the past couple of years. What about some of the IPO action model one? It's been a tale of two narratives because on the one side you had sort of success with tiwa and Bruges, but it hasn't really worked out as well. For some others, especially T call, how is this going to play into the sonic IPO? Are we going to kind of, what do you expect given the volatility in markets at the moment? Is this a time to maybe pass on this one or are you telling clients to buy into this? To start out with static, we're actually very positive on static due to the valuation. It's coming in at a very attractive valuation. I think the market has or the companies going into listing. I've learned a lot from the previous IPOs and positioning such companies in terms of valuation and earnings expected earnings from a dividend yield perspective for clients. So we're seeing phallic and very positive, but the IPO is a two sided let's say a picture. You have to look at two sites. One side is the coverage of the IPO. So have we had any IPO that wasn't highly covered? That's not going to happen. So that shows you that the IPO market in the UE and in the region has been very healthy and it's actually encouraging more companies to come for a listing in such an environment. Nevertheless, post listing is a different story. In the market has always volatile and we look at different opportunities and there is different investor mentality, some people are long-term, some people are short term. So that usually fizzles out for space. So when we look at IPOs, I'm very confident that the IPO market is still strong due to the coverage that we're seeing when we come to the IPO. But what kind of oil price are you using for your cash flow analysis in terms of projections briefly? We're looking at an average between 80 to $90, and that's where we're standing at the current time. I don't think we're going to see aggressive hikes from these levels. Multiple reasons, you've seen inflation impacting global economies and obviously there will be some pressure on that on the pricing. But nevertheless, I think that the ability of pricing below the 80 should be. One, thank you very much for injecting a little bit of positive energy into quite a gloomy backdrop that someone wants to show them up there in the head of high net worth. In retail, equities at the rum. It's much more ahead

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"sharam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"sharam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now with the latest news from New York City and around the world, here's Michael Barr. Lisa Tom Paley, Donald Trump says he invoked the Fifth Amendment and wouldn't answer questions under oath in the long running New York civil investigation into his business dealings, Trump was at New York attorney general letitia James office. He sent out a statement saying he declined to answer the questions under the rights and privileges afforded to every citizen under the U.S. Constitution. FBI director Christopher wray says he could not talk about FBI agents searching Mar-a-Lago, the home of former president Trump. Ray did say that he is concerned about the threats to law enforcement that have been voiced since then. Any threats made against law enforcement, including the men and women of the FBI as with any law enforcement agency are deplorable and dangerous. FBI director Christopher wray spoke from his field office in Omaha, Nebraska. The Justice Department has charged a member of Iran's revolutionary guard corps with planning to assassinate John Bolton, Donald Trump's former national security adviser. The criminal complaint is against 45 year old sharam per safi, who remains at large abroad. Bolton says threats like these from Iran are par for the course for Americans. To me, the Iranian nuclear weapons program and its support for this kind of terrorism are two sides of the same coin. This is the real picture of the regime in Tehran. This is what it does. It threatens to kill Americans. The alleged plot against former national security adviser Bolton was likely revenge for the killing of a top Iranian general when Trump was president. Three people were killed when a house exploded in Evansville, Indiana, almost 40 other homes were damaged in the blast, fire chief Mike Connolly. The building commission has identified 11 buildings that are uninhabitable. Fire chief Connelly says investigators are looking for a cause of the blast. The controversial former sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, has lost his third bid in four years to get back into politics. Joe Arpaio had sought to become mayor of the affluent Phoenix suburb of fountain hills. It was 98 lost to two term incumbent Jenny Dickey. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists

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"sharam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"sharam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ahead your latest local headlines plus the check of sports and this is Bloomberg. All right, Karen, thank you to 5 O 7 on Wall Street worked 76° in Central Park and dealing with an accident South Bend in New York City through a exit 12 details coming up in traffic first, Michael Barr with more on what's going on in New York and around the world, including the ongoing spat between the mayor and the Texas governor Michael. Yes, you are correct Nathan, another bus low to migrants have been shipped to New York City by Texas governor Greg Abbott as a political message to the Biden administration and the city's leaders. Other busloads to so called sanctuary cities have been sent to Washington. It is fueling a political battle between the Republican governor and the democratic mayors in the cities. Yesterday, nearly 100 migrants arrived in New York City from Texas. New York mayor Eric Adams says he might send a bus load of New Yorkers to Texas to help democratic gubernatorial candidate beto o'rourke oust Abbott from office. Abbott responded on Fox. Go ahead, mayor. Make my day. However, the mayor shot back on CBS two. I know he thinks he's Clint Eastwood, but he's not. He is a anti American governor. Mayor Adams says there's nothing successful about treating people with this lack of dignity. Donald Trump says he invoked the Fifth Amendment and wouldn't answer questions under oath in the long running New York civil investigation into his business dealings. Trump was at New York attorney general letitia James office yesterday. He sent out a statement saying he declined to answer the questions under the rights and privileges afforded to every citizen under the United States Constitution. An Iranian official is at large one and for the plot to allegedly assassinate former national security adviser John Bolton. Bolton says Iran can not be trusted, especially when it comes to the nuclear arms deal. I think it's a totally untrustworthy government. I think there is no possibility they will comply with commitments that they make. They are enemies of America. They hate us as the great Satan as they hate Israel is the little Satan. The Department of Justice says 45 year old Iranian operative sharam war safi offered $300,000 to assassinate former national security adviser Bolton in retaliation for the killing of a top Iranian general in 2020. Kim Jong-un's sister revealed that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un suffered from a high fever and was seriously ill during a recent COVID outbreak. She vowed to eradicate South Korean authorities if they continued to tolerate propaganda leaflets, the regime blames were spreading the virus. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a 120 countries on Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg Nathan. Thank you, Michael. Coming up to 5 ten on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update good morning John stash hour. All right, in the morning Nathan that's still on fire another easy way and they let the red 6 duct them in the third and then one ten to two. They've won 6 in a row and the last 5 they've only allowed a total of 9 runs. They'd won 15 of their last 17, all but two of those 15 wins have been by three runs or more, the schedule does get tougher Phillies come into city field tomorrow, the Phil's rally to win last night they've won 7 in a row, 12 to 13. That's then go to Atlanta for four games. The braves won in Boston, still trail the mets by 7 after that series, the mets go to Philly for four. The Yankees off tonight and then in Boston, they'll try to salvage something out of this road trip that's been so far a disaster swept in St. Louis and in Seattle they went 19 innings without a run, came alive in the 7th home

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"sharam" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"sharam" Discussed on WTOP

"Presenting unnerving conversations about nuclear action so our nuclear attacks are real possibility with this war National security correspondent JJ green on the latest developments From a Ukraine perspective more than 11,000 Russian troops have been killed That means 1000 Russians are being killed every day in this war The number of Ukrainians at this point based on what they say the government there is 2500 The mayor of the Ukrainian town of hostile was killed distributing bread to residents trapped by the invasion Meantime in Russia there is a very dark cloud gathering there There was increased talk of Vladimir Putin using nuclear weapons It was a main topic on Russian state TV the main message that was aired on the Russian TV on this on our other channels was basically how can we use nuclear weapons to protect our troops in Ukraine This was the prime TV stations That's Roman sharam founding Chancellor of the American university in Kyiv He believes that messaging is designed to prepare Russians for the possibility that Vladimir Putin might use nuclear weapons JJ do world leaders think that's a real possibility So there are two schools of thought here on this One where people say he's got too much to lose power prestige money and the life he loves so much But then there's what share of meta says Putin will never get any of that back He's lost the money effectively lost the power lost the standing the little that he had in the world Share a meta says he's lost all of that and now has nothing to lose So even though he knows launching a nuclear strike might mean he and millions of Russians will die he could do it anyway.

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"sharam" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"So we need to do studies very urgently to identify whether these kind of anecdotal observations are actually the case in the UK. What experiments do we now need to do then in order to learn what threat this does or doesn't pose to us? Well, there's two types of things that we need to do the first experiments in the lab. So we need to look at whether the virus is so called neutralized by antibodies. If we have antibodies to the virus, so they kind of less effective at kind of coating the virus and really making the virus less able to interact with ourselves. So neutralization assays we need to do. And other types of live experiments to see how this virus interacts with ourselves. But the really important studies are also real world studies. So we need to see whether this does cause a different type of severity of disease by actually observing severity of disease. We need to look at whether people who've had infection natural infection before or vaccination are going to be infected with this particular variant or not. So these are kind of the critical real word studies to look at whether vaccination efficacy and disease severity are affected in any way. Sharam peacock thank you very much. Now for something a bit different. Since the demotion of Pluto from a planet to a dwarf planet back in 2006, our solar system has had a vacancy for a 9th planet. We have reason to believe that this does exist, but no one as of yet has ever seen it. Well, perhaps, until now, astrophysicist, Michael Rowan Robinson from imperial college London has been looking through decades old data that previously been thrown into the proverbial trash pile. And he's discovered a mysterious object that he reckons could be a new planet. I set out to find the postulated 9th planet, which has been proposed to.

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"sharam" Discussed on Coming Home

Coming Home

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on Coming Home

"Also glimpsed visions of housing possibility places like Vienna, where over two thirds of the population live in social housing. But Australia has an equality problem. There's the ever widening gap between rich and poor. We're according to a 2020 report by the university of New South Wales, the average wealth of the richest 20% of Australians is more than 90 times the average wealth of the poorest 20% of Australians. Of course, this general figure conceals the gendered nature of this gap. It's beyond the scope of this podcast to post solutions for gender violence and coercive control. Women and men's inequality is complex and wide reaching in its impact. But a significant part of the solution is clear and simple, although not necessarily easy. Value financially, the contributions women make, including raising children and ensure women's economic autonomy. And provide everyone with safe affordable and accessible housing, particularly people raising children. The benefits of equality for individuals and society as a whole are clear. According to professor Danny doelling from Oxford University and the author of the equality effect greater economic equality makes us all less stupid, more tolerant, less fearful and more satisfied with life. And at the same time the benefits and savings of safe and secure housing are well established. His doctor Reynolds. The researchers incontrovertible about the fact that if you spend money on supporting people to have a safe secure home, you save so much money in emergency visits. You save so much money in the justice system because people who are homeless are more likely to be victims or perpetrators primed. You say so much money in lost productivity because women who are escaping domestic violence on missing work. You increase productivity because, you know, kids aren't stressed and they can actually learn at school and they can actually graduate from year 12. There is so much research that has a direct linkage between moving from homelessness or severe housing and security into secure housing. And that benefit accrues to the government because they're spending less money on all these other health and justice in well-being service systems. And also to the individual because suddenly they can live a dignified and secure life and from that point they can find a job. They can get health treatments in all of those things. We talk about community cohesion and how we think this is a benefit. And this is of value to everyone. But you can't have a cohesive community where people are constantly worried they're going to be evicted or constantly cycling through homes because they can't afford to live in them anymore. And I mean, we talk about it even at the level of key work is. You know, it's a benefit to the community when the person who cleans your buildings or makes your coffees or looks after your children who cares for your elderly mother can live in that community and when housing becomes so unavoidable that those people can't live anywhere nearby. Everyone suffers. So yeah, absolutely. We can talk about the cost of social housing, but the benefits are huge. We accept deep in our Australian culture that healthcare is a right, a social good paid for by taxes. That education is a right. Indeed, we make it compulsory for all children aged 5 to 16 to go to school, and we pay for it. We pay for police and prisons, age care and mental health, drug and alcohol treatment. We aim to provide a financial safety net through social security albeit now below the poverty line and not enough for both food and housing. Even our roads are not user pays. But housing, in Australia, is treated as a commodity. You have to earn the right to get and not a social good and a fundamental human right. Abraham Maslow is an American psychologist famous for creating Maslow's hierarchy of needs. A theory of psychological health based on fulfilling a priority of human needs. The bottom rung of Maslow's hierarchy are the most essential, our physiological needs, and they include air, water, food, sleep, clothing, and you guessed it, shelter. Maslow considered these physiological needs, the most important, as all the other needs become secondary until these ones are met. So if we don't provide housing, but cater to needs higher up Maslow's hierarchy. We're treating the symptoms but not the cause. We're building society on a foundation of sand. It's like taking pain relief for glass in your foot without removing the glass. The pain isn't ever going to get better. There's a huge added cost to our world class health system to support people whose health issues are caused exacerbated or unable to be tended to because they're homeless. It's counterproductive to try to educate children when they're couch surfing, sleeping in a car or living in a rooming house with their single mom. It's absurd to bemoan the terrible costs of family violence and wring our hands that something must be done. When we don't provide safe affordable and accessible housing, and our criminal justice system is bloated, costly and overburdened with people who commit crimes because their poor addicted or have mental health issues often exacerbated or caused by homelessness. And then they can't get bail because they have no fixed address. Housing as a primary need is just as relevant for a nation or state or community as it is for an individual. Instead of housing as a right, we, the collective way of Australia, one of the wealthiest countries in the world. Have turned housing into a commodity that we speculate on to make a profit. It's overwhelmingly where we as a people seek a return on investment. We're over one in 5 Australians are more than 2 million people own an investment property, which pushes prices up and locks new buyers out of the housing market. And despite climate change, Australia regularly tops the list of the country building the biggest houses in the world. And this speculative investment in property is facilitated. Indeed, encouraged by government policies like capital gains tax and negative gearing. The runaway housing train has bolted in Australia, taking nearly all of us along for the ride in some capacity. And many commentators say not only are we obsessed, but they're collectively investing in housing is not a good use of money. And economists would say to you that our obsession with investing in housing is a really unproductive use of funds, because we're putting our money into housing instead of small businesses, a large businesses or shares or other productive things that are creating stuff. And I would probably agree with that. So how can we become a country where homelessness is a thing of history? Where our wealth is a nation is shared more equally and the basic human need for a home is provided like we provide health and education. And where we invest our money in more productive creative and inventive ideas, not an empty bubble of inflated prices. The first and biggest step always is having the intention. The commitment. The political will to solve the crisis. This continues to be lacking in Australia. When the liberal government took office in 2013, it abolished the office of minister for housing. The last liberal coalition housing minister was the minister for housing and construction nearly 40 years ago in 1982. So this wasn't surprising. In May 2019, the Morrison government did establish a minister for housing in response to the housing crisis. But it's not as if the Australian Labor Party offers much more. Here's doctor sharam speaking in August 2021. Two weeks ago the federal ALP ditched all the policies that had around housing in order to make themselves a small target. It's the tax breaks. But politicians get their will from the community. So what can we as citizens do to push for change in Australia? Here's a list of possible ideas for action, which you can also find with the show notes for this episode. Talk about the housing crisis with friends and family and begin to develop and spread awareness. Stay informed and share posts and articles on social media. Make a donation to Juno so they can continue the amazing work they do with women and advocating for systems change. Join campaigns like everybody's home and be ready to offer support when they ask. Volunteer, go to volunteer or you or Google, volunteer housing. Right to your local member council or political party and let them know you want them to act. Fund affordable housing. And finally, stand for parliament. All change begins with ideas. The academics we've heard from throughout this podcast, doctors Sharon and Reynolds have studied and thought about a housing system a lot. And they have many ideas. He is just a couple of them. So what do you do? If you want to be in a political system, which says housing is a human right, everyone should have a house. Well, in Australia, we would have to undergo a major renovation of policy in order to achieve that. We've had 30 years with me. I liberalism where governments don't want to spend the public housing systems of a very run down. They cannibalizing my systems in order to maintain some of the housing. The own expansion is in the community housing sector, and that's really quite slow. So we would need to get a national housing policy. We don't have one. Lots of countries have national household policies. We don't have one of those. My dream would be a much larger social housing sector in Australia. And that by virtue of existing would do a mile of good for rental rights for people who are on low incomes. I asked doctor raynor how she thought that could happen. Billions of dollars into our social housing system every year for the next 15 years, please. 20.

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"sharam" Discussed on Coming Home

Coming Home

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on Coming Home

"Some. Mary was directed to the crisis. Access point in the northern region every other every every service has directed me to you because it's the knowles and one that supposedly helps everyone that they couldn't do anything that's the only option they would the people inside the i know i for a fact i must have been worse situations than may and they would. Just show them the door. I sold straight. I strike when i was there every single day. Nautical can morning there because apparently nine o'clock in the morning they can help so the morning was there for three days straight with my son every single day and they still did nothing and that make you wait and i still applied for houses for rentals. Wherever could afford something dais enough may my. I was not one million times. Because at the end of the day. I'm homeless four a. raisin which is my fault he's both tests the housing worker and dr sharam. The researcher talking about the issues of discrimination in housing rentals against single mothers for women trying to enter the private rental market. If you're a single ma real estate agents don't look too fondly upon that they. They want a nuclear family that i want that double income. I don't want a single mom looking after children. Because i just don't say that as kind of a long term viable option discrimination when it comes to private rental is a very difficult thing to establish because i have apple legitimate grounds for discrimination site then by would never at me all. We discriminated against this woman because she was a single mother mean parental status causes protected and look chintzy laws but they could side. We didn't feel like her income was satisfactory. That's a legitimate. So i it's hard for us tonight. How extensive it really is. I did everything i could to kate. My son obviously not sleeping in the car with which we did once twice. I just didn't tell anyone at the time. Because i thought this is gonna stop playing the finger. They point the your harmless because of you the talent everyone made me feel except for the mountain. Bob's and the mom's groups except for them his doctor sharon talking about some of the nitty gritty details of the crisis accommodation system. We have now. It's a heavily rationed system now so you have to have a high complex multiple. Nate really have much chance to get in. If you go to a Crosses housing service a homeless sevice. You really have to be facing sleeping on the straight bat. Not really it must cases ticket service out of them. And even if you do you'll be funded for a few nights Tell someplace and then it's back to square one. If you get through that you might get gone across. His house yet. Attained nuts in To you out by law and nice places often really horrible often Lots of families. Don't wanna go to those plants. You might really like getting to transitional housing which is spiced debate. Twelve fight stein. Many people end up in nephews. So the problem is that the whole crisis system. There's no way to exit to this story. Little social housing going to end the private rent was sick. While this offer must've it is unaffordable paypal horon benefits. I asked mary about contact with jimmy at this time In contact with him he'd call randomly. And sometimes i answered sometimes a dancer. But you know he'd wanted to speak to the one and a half year old few times eight this. hey dad. hey that police it. He apologized rise every phone. Call during that whole six months meals homeless. He tried to get onto the support people in jail to say yes. She's my ex mrs. But she's got my son as well. Can you help them. they harmless. They don't do anything when mary was eight months. Pregnant has sister got married and the wedding opened up communication with mary's family. While moms spoke to me the next day knocking to push you to do anything. But what's your plans because you're about to give birth mom literally harmless when i birth. And she's like no. You're not you can come back whenever you want that. Change the winner. You won't pot probably a week later. 'cause she was like all look meeting data gonna go and have a trip on iron for a couple of weeks so you can come here after birth with you baby. It was a mother slept in the face. I was booked in for induction. But what they had to do a today's early. Sorry i told my sisters. You need to watch my son. Because i can't do this for myself. I can't have human labor room with me so i i was crying all over the place. My sister's stepped up. I was in induced contractions and everything for good twenty four hours and then eventually tell me to push and with the fourth pushy came straight up so much better than the first one so pulled from jail. Son cry for the first time which made me cry. Some some national and sangre at the same time. Harmlessness doesn't just impact a person for the time they harmless homelessness has a long tile. It leaves a trial of scars psychological wounds of not mattering of being neglected by an uncaring system and society of being alone an outsider and these things have remembered they don't magically heal once the crisis is past they continued to undermine self esteem and identity and change people's relationships.

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"sharam" Discussed on Soccer Gambling Podcast

Soccer Gambling Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on Soccer Gambling Podcast

"I think that's going to be a good signing. For pennzoil of dumfries was one of the players of the tournament. At the euro's that's a new player that's come in. They've managed to hold onto stephen's of roy. He'll still be playing it back with milan. Screener that is a formidable backline by stone. He's one of the best upper coming defenders in in. It's the if not the world still to go keep. He's been solid for years and years. So i still think this is a relatively decent team. You still find well. 'cause placing statement post with the with the spending with with the salad from little cocky. Which they did saw promised wouldn't happen. That has really sought that out that has really softened the situation into malign that were in so when they may be looking to spend a little bit of that money. I was surprised that they are. They see them constantly linked players but they are. They look like they're gonna be going for one or two plays here as the window. Closes namely marcus. Sharam of borussia moenchengladbach gladbach. So that will make a difference here and as a state. This isn't the hardest. Start here coming up against the genuine same who they have an excellent record against into one. Seventeen of the last nineteen home matches law season. Everyone the lost six meetings with genoa without conceding a single goal. This january team have lost seven of their eight trips to the top aides loss. Season just picking up one draws so they don't travel well to bigger clubs into all still a big club and i'm looking solely defense to come away with this with not only the wind about another clean sheet as well. You can get this back here at thirteen to ten. I think that represent solid value for inter to come away with this with a nice two or three. Neil win to start their defense. Are they going to be champions. Is no all they gonna be significantly worse and are they going to be talking about. They dropped out of the top four..

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"sharam" Discussed on Cold

Cold

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on Cold

"This is cold season two episode eight. Help me rhonda from ksl podcasts. I'm dave collie we'll be right back. Question are you a. Pb and j. person or more of a cold cut sandwich kind of person in either case. Do you find your bread. Choices rather bland. I'm pb and j. guy myself and my answer to the second question is undoubtedly. Yes there's nothing worse than cardboard white bread. So i'm going to amp up my game with dave's killer bread dave's killer. Bread is america's number one organic bread. It's power packed with whole grains fiber protein and killer taste and texture. You should try it with me. Visit dave's killer bread dot com to learn more and look for dave's killer bread in the bread aisle of your local grocery store killer. Bread killer taste killer. Texture killer nutrition hulu presents their new original series nine perfect strangers based on the new york times bestseller. Nine perfect strangers takes place tranquillo him a beautiful but mysterious wellness resort. Where healing comes at your own risk. Nicole kidman stars as masha. The leader of the resort and melissa mccarthy co-stars as francis a down on her luck novelist in need of some rejuvenation stream nine perfect strangers on august. Eighteenth only on hulu being could barely dried on rhonda butters formal immunity agreement win on thursday date. Today is the fourteenth of may nineteen ninety two proxima sixteen to ours. Doug level received word. He had a visitor. Carrie kahn currently at the state prison. Awaiting doug rubble and talk with me terry had brought a summons ordering doug to appear in court to answer for charges related to the disappearance of joyce joost the counts included capital murder aggravated kidnapping and aggravated burglary. I wanna give him a kid to talk to me. I hope he will talk. I'll be surprised. But i at least given the opportunity to it had been more than seven years since doug had i followed joyce home and raped her a crime that had landed him in prison. Doug was living in. Ssd the prisons special services dormitory. Choline bartell a social worker at the prison had made space for him in a group substance abuse therapy program there earlier that year doug was in the middle of one of those group therapy sessions when a corrections officer came to get him. He headed over to the prison offices. Where terry was waiting. I could see. It was almost a year to the day since terry had last visited. Doug at the prison in told him he intended to charge him for joyce's murder doug. I'm keeping promises today. All right thank Come down to talk to you. You wanna talk about it. I'm here to serve you with the summons on a capital murder. Doug terry micro cassette recorder. Terry reassured doug he could speak freely not on. Haven't even put a taping. Of course he neglected to mention his second hidden recording device the one capturing this copy of their conversation you wanna talk about it. I'd i'll be glad to work what i can with it A major promise. Before if i could get the body back i would drop the capital aspect of. It was submitted that way. But those were the only terms that i would work with. Doug had refused that earlier offer. Read it to you so understand it. Douglas douglas's the undersigned complaint upon the. Oh states that. The complainant has reason to believe the above named dependent on our about the olympics. Day of august nineteen eighty five and we re county state of utah unit into committed a capital felony to wit aggravated murder which is murder in the first degree and then it gives the codes for as amended as follows said defended intentionally or knowingly caused the debt joyce joost under any of the following circumstances the circumstances included preventing joyce from testifying retaliating against her for testifying and hindering the government's investigation into her rate based on the patient from both myself. Gordon kaufmann brad. Birthed with people who gave jordan gordon carpenters. The person who she was with on saturday night. She was one of the last people inside joyce alive. That's why we used his information and that was just count. One terry read the other counts kidnapping for taking joyce with the intent of terrorizing her and preventing her testimony and burglary for breaking into her apartment with the intent of causing her harm. So you're saying they found joy shows not saying that what i asked was for your cooperation. Refuse to give that to me regardless. I don't know anything about joyce to disappear okay. i didn't. I don't know terry whipped out. His pen signed his name. On the summons and provided dug a carbon copy. The cogs must have been turning in. Doug's mind if police didn't possess joyce's body. What evidence could they have the only person other than himself who knew what had happened to joyce was my concern up. Rhonda can you tell me happened to her. Hiya hon going. After onto right now. And i can prove her involve involvement in what in the murder and death of jewish joost. The two men stared at one. Another you saying that. I or rhonda rhonda or i am seeing sister. That's what i'm saying. The ron insisted in ousted in a murder. Did you in that. You're saying i killed her. I am high sharam hook. You're wrong you're dead bomb. Well i think things will prove to show. Otherwise terry said he wished doug had cooperated when they admit a year earlier his refusal would likely cost him his life. Doug seemed unfazed until you show. And i'm telling you. I don't believe you and i know that that is not true. Do you think ralph voss years. You're crazy. I could tell you oh bunch about. It's not going to do me any good to tell you what i know. I wouldn't have a warrant for you. And i wouldn't be going to pick up rhonda if that was not the case. This was of course deception ontario's part but it had the intended effect watered the seed of doug's paranoia his fear rhonda might.

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"sharam" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Communication is an in any of this kind of communication. You can't schedule things in advance this point in time. Maybe there are still cultures Meaning whole countries of people who are good at keeping calendars but in my experience. There's this kind of marketplace you've got shifty people who can't keep an appointment to save their life you're just gonna have to wing it and so i- arrived in portugal on sunday around noon and then got my family. All settled in grabbed a phone at sunday at three o'clock in that was when i started sending messages. And so what i did was i did some fresh searches. I didn't actually even bother looking at my saved searches. I just went through fresh searches for the terms. That i had found and i made a list of the different vehicles that i had wanted to see key here. Is you especially at least with my criteria. Sometimes you gotta you gotta see the vehicle to know what is like no what it's actually available and and you want to see a few different options shopping for a new car you go to the dealerships. You look at the car shopping and a used car. You gotta go see some of that model to see okay. Will this actually work would this. How did the seats folded their space for for us. Would we physically fit into the vehicle. what's it like. What's available in it. And so i just started sending messages in this case doing everything in portuguese I don't speak portuguese. And so i use the automated system of in in facebook. It has an automated system. Hey is this car available so to send one of those messages. And then i followed it up with. Can i come see this today or can it come see this tomorrow. Use google translate translated into portuguese copy. Paste coffee face. Coffey paste and so i just started sending dozens and dozens of messages to all the cars that i was interested in that were in my price range that were available and i said you know when when is it available and i had to indicate interest and then the first people to get back to me. I immediately schedule a time to go and see it trying to do it for the soonest possible. I looked at my first car on sunday night and it was a cheap car. That the guys that i can show it to you. An inexpensive car was a volkswagen sharam and A seven seat minivan it was in. It was well uses in rough shape but i went and looked at it. Got a sense okay. This one's twenty four ninety five. I think it was Here's what's available here commodores. You drive it yeah. A c doesn't work Pretty dirty pretty clunky. This is not quite gonna work for me. And then the next day i looked at cars all day long looked at and seven or eight cars. I had rented. I rented a car. So that i would make sure that i had something to easily go back and forth across town. The idea is look at many cars as possible in my case because the price range very few a few of the cars would've worked for me but a lot of them didn't because they didn't have working a ac. So i quickly learned when i need to do is let my fingers do the walking once. I've seen one volkswagen sharam. I've seen enough. Okay here's a renault. Spas now. I understand what that offers and what it doesn't here's a sutro and see four. Here's what that offers Here's a kia carnival k. That's what that looks like. Now i get a sense of what's available and and Move on then. It was a matter of me. Kind of homing in on all right. Do i want a smaller mini van door. What do i want a smaller big car. Something like a truancy for which is not a mini. Van is just a big seven seat car. How would that fit us. Do i want something. Like a mini van or wanna go ahead and go up to a bigger van and by the mid day on my first day monday i decided what i need to do any to see a couple more vans because most of the full size vans were more money than i wanted to spend but i found a few ads in the six thousand euros. Eight thousand euros five thousand euros and so the idea was i wanna go and guest sense of what five thousand euros or six thousand euros would buy me in a full size van so i emailed or a facebook message to couple of those and went to go and see some of those and so quickly. I figured out a couple models that i thought would work couple models that i thought wouldn't work. I'd seen a couple of different versions of it. And i'd seen some bigger vans and the idea here is to train your brain to recognize quality when you find it and lack of quality when you find it. So an example went and looked at a renault spas. My first car that it looked out on monday morning looked at it drove. It considered it a little small. Wouldn't quite be super comfortable with luggage that we needed. But it would work. And so. I drove one that was at a dealership. It's great it was okay but then later that morning i went and looked at another one being sold by a private party and you could just feel because you just come from the previous one. You could see and feel that the second one was much better cared for. It was a much better shape. Everything was better about it. Even though both were physically clean by immediately having gone to see another one you recognize this. This is the better deal and so it's worth to look at a couple of models of a couple versions of the model that you're interested in. In my case. I narrowed in by the end of monday. I narrowed and onto the idea that i knew the model that i wanted. I decided that. I didn't want to go with a big car right. I didn't wanna go with sutro and see four or the renault spa. I didn't want to go with the big van Just didn't i don't i don't need. It looked at a couple of cool options. I looked at four wheel drive. Mitsubishi.

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"sharam" Discussed on The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

"We've got a big show for you this week. So i'm gonna keep the intro short. I'm welcoming chris. Mandel from schramm to the show to talk about the new explore series just launched today august tenth. This is really three shows in one we talk about group grupo dropper posts and suspension forks. I'm super excited to dive into this conversation. I've been testing the products. A few weeks down here and to panga california and really excited to bounce my ideas off of chris and get his insights about the new explorer line so with that. Let's dive right in chris. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. I'm real excited to be here. This is a conversation that feel is eight or nine months in the works out for sure that that's generally how these things go your word developing and working on products for quite a long time before they actually make it out into the world so yeah. I'm really excited for this discussion. Superstock that this is on the day of the big launch. So if you're listening on august. Tenth which is when this podcast is first released. Sharam got some things to talk about today but before we get into that i always like to get a little bit of information about you as a writer where you're living and how'd you get into the sport. Yeah think so that. I've been a passionate cyclist for a really long time. My dad did a bit of road racing back in the day and we always had bikes around the house. But i got distracted with american football in high school and then ended up going to college to play american football and found really quickly in college that i did not want to keep playing at that level and so stop that and i was really lucky in that that town that i lived in mcminnville oregon had a small but strong mountain bike and the the people that are took me under their wing and started mountain biking with them and then eventually started working at the local bike shop. Tony's men just fully embraced it and was obsessed with it. And then after i graduated from college i got a job working full speed ahead. Which took me up to seattle. Which was great because there was a ton of really good cross country writing outside of seattle but there was also a lot of like biden and downhill riding so at that point i branched and was writing commuter to and from work riding and racing cross country race bikes and also going up to the whistler bike part and writing out as much as possible kind of fast forward came a product manager at kona bikes and develop full suspension bikes that conan bikes for a long time and then eventually made the jump to become the rear shock..

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"sharam" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"And stuck between your teeth for a few days and didn't hurt or anything like did it feel like that is. That's the thing that i kept thinking. Didn't even feel like one of them. I felt a little weird for like a couple of hours but dissolve over the course of a week. It's gonna feel like a colonel popcorn. Your teeth oh he cool so not the most annoying thing awesome but I've got a follow up in a couple of weeks like two weeks so they can look look it over. I was thinking about it. I think about it every time. I brush my teeth now. Because i think about them. Sticking things in my gums and it fucking tariffs once a week. Yeah chilly to my very core. All right let me two weeks. Luckily i could only see one year and i could see it for a day and is all to the point where i couldn't see it that we Rta went up today where you're talking about going. It's it's very good. It's going to the dentist. And then gavin going to the dentist and choking on the stuff that goes down its throat but like thinking about stuff going into your gums and then it just dissolves in. Your gums are like fine. I guess is supposed to clean. Like what does it. Actually like whatever's in their any difference. You teeth feel better. I guess like that's the reason they put it is. It's below the gum line. You can't see it. So i can't tell that is that's where i'm gonna go back to. They're going to check to make sure but it's funny. I started going even more you something. You said andrew. The first time. I went back. I don't trust you. You talked about how there's a potential connection between the plaque in your mouth and the plaque art. Yes yeah you said that. And i say a lot of things i forget everything i walk out of. You know what. I've had a real hard time trying to get my cholesterol under control. And then i started was like what if it's just because i haven't been getting cleanings cure my teeth for years so i haven't got to get my cholesterol checked out soon to see. It's like getting these deep cleaning getting these tabs put in helps also alleviate the rest of the plaque in my body maybe one of the tabs. Every day goes away. launcher You are you eating grapes. Sharam fought people like him. I've heard this. They had some little package in the fridge over there from home in grapes. This fruit at home. does it. Ziplock bags rooster teeth on it. No it's his portion to actually interesting they have like a ziplock that has a quarter cup half cup. Three quarters of cup. One cup not sponsor if people care about portion control. I guess you could do like okay. Well this is a quarter cup of grapes. I'm used to baggies. That are way smaller. What if you were. If you wanted to spice things up in the bedroom you could put that little hoodie on your penis. Just i'm just living unrelated. Have the head sticking out. Why okay now you have to buy this bogo. Recode code aren't good until emc hoodie by one for your buy one for your dick young. Disappoint that special someone in your life. I'm thinking about war. Remained worth another one. Says i'm hugh jackson letting re i saw. I saw someone guests. I saw someone on instagram. Made me think i saw someone. Instagram's got married and it was like a video from a bachelorette party banner on the wall. That said her as same penis forever. Let's like getting married. You're gonna have to say you're going to have sex with the same pena's forever but then also a thing for the husband walking and just like yeah won just the one forever. This is also for me too. God damn we talk what we talked about this before. Do you have a dear friend. Where look i've seen my penis the most of anyone. It's number one. We love bullying i. There's not even close number two number but there is a number two and it is way more than whoever is number three. Do you have someone like that where you got like a strong number two. Yes really yes. See what is is jeff ramsey. not ever seen. It's a dude that i had gym class with junior high. Because he had a giant birthmark over his dick so anytime we have to show or after jimmy class it was like i couldn't not look at it also. It wasn't him like hey. I'm naked.

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"sharam" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Wimbldon believe unless there are lots of withdrawals gets in before. Friday's the door before friday's draw. But i mean the the former shown on grass in the last couple of weeks would suggest that not many seats want to be doing chile. Sharam one he's he's finding some form again and yeah as for julius seem i mean. That is a definite definite thing now. I think i think after. I don't know. I'm trying to work out when i became really worried about that. I think after four five. I wasn't actually that worried. I thought it was just a great achievement that these get into so many finals and it still is still very young. And that's that's a lot of finals to a freak. But he is freezing in these finals. And his game is completely malfunctioning. He's not as you said he's not even winning sets and he's gotta find a way to to overcome that. Yeah it's not a full conclusion anymore. He'll he'll do this. He still has a great game duwamish. Well it was. It was two years ago that it but in most of the tennis world it was a foregone conclusion he'd be winning grand slam titles multiple grand subtitles. Probably world number-one heavens set to pass it out in multiple grand slam finals tough sling being the neck. Adul- i mean. I can't believe i'm saying foregone conclusion on this book but that is how people felt about it at the time and dating. All confidence has dissipated but there is definitely not conviction that if he wins one of them that will be that long. Not one slam title. Why this is happening for reason. It's not just happening to happen of a problem. Not a question. Yeah i mean. It's i know roger. Federer didn't win his first slam to he was twenty three twenty twenty one k. You know when. I know that when precocious talents break onto the scene and expectations heaped upon them. In two years later you can go well. Why haven't they done all these things you know like all the cellini nineteen th. That's the thing. But i think this is quite that anymore. Do you think something more than that. And i don't think uncle tiny thing was working out. Yes he could point him reaching a final. But i don't expect that to last forever. This week loss to go in there on the doubles. Yeah which very misleading photo. The whole second biggest trophies ever felix and her cash for another title runners-up trophies so delighted with plate in the doubles. He needs to play camera. Nari in the final and one of them break their final okay. Well we'll for his progress with interest at one of the no turkey batons is to retire later this year and that came out of the blue to me in terms of really doesn't feel very long ago that she was contending for major titles but then she had a major physical problem the pandemic. It's just and it's just not been happening for. That's the gist of it. Yeah i mean. Her career is a tale of the unexpected. Isn't it kind of. She had her success when nobody was particularly expecting of her than she faltered when people start did start expecting successive her and now she's unexpectedly retired but maybe sort of reflecting on her career and her character. It's we shouldn't be as surprised as we all but we were discussing this mountain. She's she's never quite been the same place in that french open when she went in is one of the favorites and had to retire on the philip. Chatree cords it sad to think that that was her only shot at the french. Open in what you probably called her peak you know. She was a real favorite that french. Open the twenty nineteen french open. We were in the press woman and the journalists would going in. The dutch journalist will really go mad for kiki picked up for the time broke from everything. We hey she's really good egg and she's very good players. Well wisher all the very best in the future. Just just decide. We touched on breath on the dow's withdrew from wimbledon and the olympics. I mean how much did that take you by surprise because because it really did take me by surprise i know that some journalists but saying that he hinted at it during his post-match press after after garrison. I'm sure that perhaps was the case. I think for me. It was the double whammy i think. The wimbledon woodrow. It didn't surprise me that much to them. Skip the olympics as well. I mean i know. The olympics is not quite the same this year in the lots of buyers talking about thanksgiving the olympics dominic thiem like he's never been but he's he's pulled out this week but yeah i mean that did surprise me. Maybe maybe it shouldn't be the has to come a time when the doll really starts to prioritize events you know it was not that long ago that he couldn't make it through a hardcore tournament he was retiring or withdrawing from lots of them but it seemed like he did a really good round of physical health. I know he was struggling in that. Fourth set against novak djokovic. The french open with a foot problem. I think it was but i was. I was taken aback by that. Double withdraw from the doll. It's certainly a shame for the for the months and tournaments ahead. Yeah me too. I was surprised as well. But as you say a lotta people didn't seem so surprised. And i wonder how badly he was failing in that. Four set against jackovitch. Well we covered it in detail last week. And i still feel that jackovitch can look at that and and feel like he beat the main man on clay reform down in that match right and that pretty much sums up a podcast for this week. We have got more planned in the weeks to come. We're going to be producing a couple of additions of tennis. Relive to wimbledon relived for you later this week. Not sure exactly which david it'd be be out a couple of them this week with the story of the women boycott in one thousand nine hundred seventy three and the journey to equal prize. Money and i'm confident. It will be very interesting shows to listen to many because the people we've been speaking to. Oh yeah we really cited about those shows. More excited broke brilliant right. We got some shoutouts. Yes we do for. Bev neil beth genova and he bev's no i was going to reference alex. Nail the football manager but yeah. He's about books because he turned down from. Albion deal is really nice. Yes we have judith cone judas judith chalmers indeed was from wish you were here in eighty s i think i'm ninety s hence why you know she is and finally.

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"sharam" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Sure. Are i will be steering this fucking rudderless ship how you catholic. Boys are all fucking hopped up on celsius dope. What he's got the wrong is you guys won't be able to see the. I'm trying to get a fixed. But oh jesus. Christ ville harming i did. I did fuck up but i also probably would have noticed that way to take responsibility. Commendable mitt people say that about you. We may say hey off. Aw aw man show yourself in the candidate look at your is sports you fuck up. How do you make it home. I drive. Yeah exactly you fucking god damn relies dude is are just naturally low sets. Not true had problems. Well tell you what glad you're beards coming back to. I couldn't take seriously shape what i feel like. I looked good with a clean face. I no the way better with you. Look like he looks like a child. I guess you are. You're what twenty two twenty two. I don't know it's like i feel like girl's bike. The cleaner shaved face twenty. You go dig around. What do you mean stinks makes swift. He's not all right. It's the same every single day. S come on. I don't like break up songs. I understand other people. do i get it. I think frank of songs stink. What break up you like. Do you enjoy sad music though. In general or just you all upbeat. Only it's fucking money. Bad yo twenty seven ninety bag. Y'all polo change all these off. Great albums your photo album is very good. I'm staring this knicks here. Sharam gombe's here. Yes sir jazeera yada yada. Bailey's here bill and met is here very removed. The has a great response. It's like you kind. You don't really care. Now go your cool when you say. Yeah yeah yeah what to your point. I haven't said years me neither. That's all i just heard it from jets. Wow james pretty cool bring that back bring it back pretty cool one year man a few words you have to pick them wisely and you change them up to get some pretty well The rest of the cast and crew are currently in florida. So is us today. Let's let's have fun what nothing strong. That was genuine. Sound like that robot we were talking about. Let us how fun. Let me put drywall. Kill him robots you. Watch the video fucking stunk. By the way. I love that thing. You need fifteen times studs to get that thing to put it up. See exactly wash j. Don't you tell me you now was a blue collar worker. Listen it's a prototype. J. fucking own would company using the first terminator whole was great. First draft it's prototype continuity worked for cabinet maker all you and finish finishes gather refinished locker. We did so cabinets. Amish people you strip. We did for sure we didn't do. No we didn't like That's shit to do it at dangerous to you. Just host on the lacquer. That was it pretty much chop down a tree like a man. jay leno. tony. And i have two guys two guys two guys tree. Dues red oak redwood. I don't think cut down or you know don't know who's actually a big notice on the fridge. Wherever's day and the cabinet said do not cut down the trees. If you need firewood will provide a- we have talked about this. I think that is just find. An axe wants to cut down a tree. We we had an act. We've found tree. You guys sri crossed our path. Nick had about three months or he just carried around a warrior axe with the hatchet. I still do my car. It's right between my driver's seat. In the center console replaced the flint. Nettie broke on it. Now it's a bit. She broke the compass to on the bottom through hell street to but don't know how i'm gonna know the cardinal directions without it. You never sour wheat. Hey memory when. I ordered the the bracelet that also survival bracelets yeah did so. It was mickey mouse. It was i was awesome dude so it has like this little beat on it and then you take it off like a rubber band and that's how you break the window like snaps and then it also had like black widow with all these risk ads also had a standoff. It had a handcuff key on it. So when i was proud versatile handcuffed when i was practicing bracy when i was one of those practice breaking the window it did snap and half though. So did you ever have those hanky. I mean cold onto still have that the balance bracelets necklaces. or whatever. the hell you talking about. He live strong bracelets. Yeah did so little there. Was this company that went around and bands and there was supposed to give you like better balance and blood flow and all that is yeah. I had any means these sweet. Yeah they were. They worked talk. Yeah of course. They're sweet sweet. I need to get dockside. Deb one on every extremity. Oh snap race. He's native tongue what they have on the inside of those. Make that work plugging ruler. Tape are fucking role. I can just make. I can make sure. I'll pray bash owned for all tape measure. You're would you say. I knew what you meant. Roller i I ordered. I need to see this. What do you think this today. 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"sharam" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

Midlife Mixtape

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"sharam" Discussed on Midlife Mixtape

"Sharam and i was gonna ask you about parallels so i'm glad you brought it up. Okay so i thought wait a minute. I'll do humans of the united states during the pandemic boom again on my motor home. I'll drive all over. The united states interviewing people about their lives during the pandemic. And i can drive from here to yellowstone with my eyes closed. Although that wouldn't be safe for anybody on the road To me going yellowstone from north carolina is like driving to the grocery store. I've done it so many times. It's not a big deal. And i thought i'll just drive out to yellowstone and back no problem and do that and so on. I thought well. This'll be a portfolio project. And i'll show people. I created this from a to z. Got it on. Social media. Got media heads a have a website so hire me so the goal was to have a job by january. So you didn't really go into it thinking. This is going to be an avocation. That i can turn into a book that can turn into a movement. You thought it was how you were going to get your next job. Exactly did you have. Did you truly just think this is what i'm gonna do no problem in here. I go or did you have any kind of internal resistance. And i'm also going to ask you about external resistance because i wondered what your family and friends think. But let's start with internal resistance. Zero internal resistance. If somebody said to me that i had to go park the motorhome by gorgeous place at the beach. That's where i would have had the internal resistance. That's what sounded scary to me. Well and you had done it before so that that must have made it easier but what again. What did your friends and family think when you said hey guys i'm moving everything into a storage unit and hitting the road my grandfather in nineteen thirty six when he lost his job trailer and he and my grandmother lived in for three years..

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"sharam" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

Warp Lords Podcast

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"sharam" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast

"It's the rule of deeds dude once he shows yours while we're like cuddled cuddled around the campfire. Well anyway we pick back up. It is still evening. Blair you are keeping watch. Sharam want me to do checks periodically or anything. Oh yeah oh. That's i don't like the way said that can go ahead. Make me sense checking electric please. He said sense. I i did. That's the first one i look. I failed that one. And i got a four five on the luck. Okay was a twelve three three. Yes yeah hard. No is what it sounds as much of a no as possible. Yeah nothing eventful really happens to you. You hear terrible sounds from inside of the woods. As to be expected you hear the wind kind of picking up and moving the trees against each other it is pitch blackout. You can't really see the moon as it's very overcast tonight. At least at this point in the night it's super overcast. but eventually your watch fades uneventful. Also just throwing this out there. I haven't once utilized or subtracted the plus ten minus ten when it comes today nighttime for the roles. Now you start doing that. That was the thing until right now at so funny because we made it so clear that it was nights yet tonight right now not no not that part in game shore. I'm talking about. I haven't been using the the plus minus on my rules because i forgot it was a thing even though it's right under all of my stats is on the first page fucking way. She goes fucking way she goes. I will make sure to reinforce that going forward. I've probably failed some things that should pass and also passed some things that definitely shouldn't have because of that or you know it may have not mattered at all fucking knows. It's in the past now. Yes in the past few were shaky dude. I was gonna do that. Steam remind belt. That's fucking thoughts are just finishing each other's sandwich sandwiches vanishes how'd you know. U2 speaking of my mind meld boys here.

Sharam Blair today tonight first one twelve first page four once ten five plus ten minus three three U2