35 Burst results for "Star Hotel"

How Are the Olympic Games Financed?

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:58 min | 2 months ago

How Are the Olympic Games Financed?

"Is dylan. In tokyo japan where it seems like the twenty twenty tokyo olympics are happening after all i had read. That cancelling games this year would have made the international olympic committee lose out on seventy five percent of its four year revenue cycle. But as i sit here waiting for my first dose of the covid vaccine while watching i ac- executives arrive at their five star hotel. I can't help but wonder where does this money go. I hear it mostly comes in from broadcasting licenses but how's it spent. I can't imagine a cancellation. This year would have caused bankruptcy and cancellation of future olympics. Thanks for making smart cool at that. Question comes from tokyo by the way i'm saying. Yeah but i mean. Japan has one of the larger proportions of older residents in the world. And as in a the group most vulnerable to covid and still a pretty low vaccination rates. I mean scary times to have people coming in from all over especially a lot of countries that also have pretty low vaccination rates Yeah bad news. But i guess to answer the question. Where does the money go. I mean if you believe. The international olympic committee they say. Ten percent goes to operations at employee salaries and benefits and that the other ninety percent goes to the games and athlete developments development. That's like scholarships and training facilities and all those things. I have skepticism in my voice because decades of corruption scandals with the olympic committees. And it's unregulated. It's its own thing not accountable to anybody. So yeah

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"star hotel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"star hotel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And they have toe be really like clean. My It's nicer all around. Not only because there's cute boys but because you get better food. It's like if you're going to say at this five star hotel compared to this three star type thing, So Cal Fire's like the five Star Hotel. Fed fires like 30 Kaylee doesn't actually asleep in the camp. Her company rented her a cap in about 30 minutes away, but it's the worst part of the job it's could be, she says. Curtains on our bedroom windows are see through. Did you get some sleep? Us was like, Yeah, I was on face time with my mom all night. All night like we set it up, and then we go to bed. Wait. So you really you put your mom on face time and you guys go to bed like you sleep. Like that? Yeah. When I get back to the cabin. Face summer. We'll talk all night and then I'm like, okay, like let's set up our phones, and she's like, Okay, so we literally fall asleep like if I open my eyes, I can look at my phone and see her. And like I just wake up author of the Night and like, Look to see if she's still there. She sleep with the light on so that you can see her? No, I sleep with the light on so she can see me because I feel like there's something there. In the mail along goes off in the morning. She's like, really wake up. Caylee is thinking about moving out of her cabin and into attend to the camp just so she doesn't have to feel so alone. It can be weird, the easy to work on these wildfires and not think about the big picture at all. This year was.

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"star hotel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:17 min | 10 months ago

"star hotel" Discussed on KCRW

"It's nicer all around. Not only because there's cute boys but because you get better food. It's like if you're going to say at this five star hotel compared to this three star type thing, so caliph IRS, like the five Star Hotel Fed fires like three Hayley doesn't actually asleep in the camp. Her company rented her a cap in about 30 minutes away, but it's the worst part of the job. It's creepy. She says. The curtains on her bedroom windows are see through. Did you get some sleep last night? I was like, Yeah, I was on face time with my mom all night. All night like we set it up, and then we go to bed. Wait. So you really you put your mom on face time and you guys go to bed like you sleep. Like that? Yeah. When I get back to the cabin. Face summer. We'll talk all night and then I'm like, okay, like let's set up our phones, and she's like, Okay, so we literally fall asleep like if I open my eyes, I can look at my phone and see her. And like I just wake up author of the Night and like, Look to see if she's still there. She sleep with the light on so that you can see her? No, I sleep with the light on so she can see me because I feel like there's something there. And then my alarm goes off in the morning. She's like Kaylie, wake up. Yeah, Kaylie is thinking about moving out of her cabin and into attend to the camp just so she doesn't have to feel so alone. It can be weirdly easy to work on these wildfires and not think about the big picture at all. This year was a turning point. The combination of climate change drought that in disease trees and more housing built in high risk places. California's all six of the state's biggest fires in modern history. For the first time buyer fighters begin using the term gig a fire to describe a million acres burning. The creek fire destroyed 850 homes and businesses. Most of them were in little mountain towns where nothing will be ever totally normal again. Not even the ground after a big fire, the turds toxic from melted insulation and all the other synthetic stuff inside a home when it burns down. I talked to a bulldozer operator named Dean Wallace, who goes by Woody. He got a glimpse of this and we're still thinking about it a few weeks after he'd gone home. On his very first shipped on the creek fire. He was sent out to protect the neighborhood. The fire had reached yet. Was on Chrisman Road. He'd never been here before. All of a sudden, like there's just fire. You don't exactly know where to go. So he started pushing away anything that might cause the houses to catch fire. I was basically in the bulldozer pushing cars that were on fire playground sets, Dex, you know, like wooden decks off the back of the house brush trees, taking that fuel away from those houses. He worked through the night. But most of the homes didn't survive. And we drive through. There we go, man. Why that one surviving the other one Did. I don't know what is it does ER operator for the state's Cal Fire agency? Mike hotshot crews. He spends most of his time alone moving huge piles of dirt in his dozer scraping fuel breaks to get ahead of the flames. He jokes that the stereotype of the bulldozer operator is someone who's kind of salty.

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As COVID-Safe Becomes Table Stakes In Hotels, Real Wellness Can Be Your USP

Trent365

03:22 min | 10 months ago

As COVID-Safe Becomes Table Stakes In Hotels, Real Wellness Can Be Your USP

"A property. Covid safe is something that just about. Every hotel is focused on right now and rightly soy and a big part of that of course focuses on the cleanliness and the hygiene speaks which is great. Because it's something we should have probably been lot more focused on in the past anyway. But as i mentioned that's table stakes. That gets you into the game. It's not enough for you to be able to stand out. You need to take it a step further. And that's where. I genuinely believe in spoken about this a few times but i generally believe that real authentic wellness in a hotel is something that he's going to allow those hotels that have it to differentiate themselves it is potentially going to become a major us p. for these hotels now over the last probably five years or so there's been a number of hotels that have dabbled in this idea number of hotels that have created different wellness concepts most of them. Frankly haven't really been that great that i've seen the haven't really addressed. I guess the broader picture of wellness. They eat the bean sort of product late. And they've been a little bit gimmicky or they've been program lead and they've been fairly superficial now spoiler alert and a little bit of full disquiet not full disclosure. Actually pasha disclosure. Because i can't tell you all about it yet. Because i haven't actually launched but i have heard about a new concept that is coming online very very soon hopefully in the next few weeks or so i think they're gonna launch which i think as done a great job of marrying those two concept's partially product partially program and on a lot more comprehensive and holistic level than i think has been done before so that's a big saudi news. I'll let you know about that in a couple of weeks once these guys launch. But i do believe that there is an opportunity for hotels that do it right that do it authentically and genuinely that really capture the essence of wellness in a hotel room. And it's all the elements the air. It's the water. It's the materials it's the sound it's the light. It's the the heat all of those things in a room that make up a living spice plus the water of course in the bathroom. All of those things become become part of your wellness experience. If it's done right. And i actually think two thousand and twenty one and twenty two especially a probably going to be a bit of a boom time for these hotel. Wellness concept's if they don reid. I also think the consumer consumers now smart enough to know the ones that are doing it right and not so. I think those that have tried the gimmicky stuff in the past will probably be found out those that are genuine and authentic and comprehensive and holistic in what they put in place. I think you'll find that is going to be a massive. Us p. for pretty much every hotel not just the high end hotels but all hotels resorts city all hotel levels and brands probably more so in the higher end brand i guess the higher end bracket i mean sort of the full five star hotels but i do think it's a big opportunity. What are you reckon. A let me know in the comments below. Be really interested to hear your thoughts on what you've seen in the past way you think it's going and if you think like i do a real wellness concept inside a hotel not just in the spa but the whole hotel is actually a good idea and actually going to become a us pay. Let me

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Inside the BLAST Restructure

The Center Ring esports podcast

09:56 min | 1 year ago

Inside the BLAST Restructure

"Blasts saying corona has hit our bank account a little bit. We gotTA restructure this if we want to really make it beneficial for the long haul. So what they're doing is moving forward, they will be increasing the participation fees paid two teams and reducing the prize money again. The I feel like this was kind of lost in the tweet because their initial tweet didn't really explain very well, the total sum paid by blast will remain identical. Okay. So I think that's important at the end of the day to realize that however the kicker here. Is the players aren't necessarily seeing that payout for participation. They see a lot of times in their contracts, the prize money. So you're taking away prize money to give it to direct payout to the ORG which you're like okay. Well, what's the big deal? It's all going to the same place not necessarily because pending on your contract pending on the Org again they only give you your pay right they give you what you agreed for on a payment and the prize money. So the double whammy here is that they failed to consult the counter. Strike Professional Players Association the CS. On this manner question for you why do they have to do that? That's a very good question which I'm glad you brought it up because I always every time this comes up in the world of counterstrike with. Like the CS PPA. Up We were not consulted about this we will be speaking with them behind closed doors blah blah, blah no one here heard about this at what point do they? Do you think they call an emergency meeting and say guys do people even know were around? Like do they like and I've said this before I feel like they have lost their own way whereas before it came out, it was, hey, we wanna look out what's best for the players while also working with tournament organizers and or gigs. To figure out what's best for like the system right now while then it's kind of turned into well, no, we feel like it should just be this way and we're going to create our own rankings because we don't like the way they do it You know things like that. I? Guess. You know perfect player union world. Yes. You would consult the players if you're going to change the payout. However if they didn't need you to start it, why would they consult you to change it? I'm probably GONNA take like a approach on this that if any players listening, I apologize ahead of time but like in a way what Henry g did by releasing the salary information I, say Henry Cloud Nine as the cloud nine decision right team decision to release salary? Information. Like you're not gonNA get a ton of sympathy from me at least when it comes to a little bit more money going into the owners pockets because what I see like again, this is one hundred percent my point of view I. don't even know if you agree with this what? I what I see in counterstrike right now is a game that is getting to this Odd Breaking Point doesn't mean the game's going to go away or die or nothing like that. I'm just saying it's at a point where. There's just this top end were just really top heavy in the fall off to me is is fairly massive when it comes to the landscape or the overall ecosystem of counterstrike, we're not seeing a ton of new teams invest into counterstrike. We've talked to team owners that have said it's a bad investment other than getting your name out there like if you're willing if you're willing to put in the money to be one of the top five. Great, it's good recognition by kind of beyond that. We see several team owners taking cheaper. Pats just to stay. Around in counter strike, but not necessarily the compete at the highest level because they know. To do that, it's millions of dollars in now we see a contract for the first time right now I know that includes Alex is a buyout but let's just say he's he's making around three four hundred K. annually off of this contract. Plus a buy out fee and then he's getting prize money from the six hundred events that go on throughout the year. Right? It's not like blast has. One. Event there multiple events in including one pretty much. Every weekend at this point, right weather's blast or star ladder ESL or face it. There's an event. Every single weekend at this point players are making really good money. Now I know there's a saying like, well, it's never enough right like you should be able to get whatever you're able to will. This was an opportunity for the elders in blast toward together in make making a little bit more beneficial for the ORG is. A huge problem in that. If they didn't consult with them. It's because they chose not to you know they didn't WanNa do it like we know you guys are making a ton of money. We need ours. Also a blast is still paying out the same amount, but I do feel for ownership groups right now in counterstrike because it is so outrageously expensive ended it's taken away from us a little bit in my mind because of how inflated the cost of Gone We've seen. Teams completely just wipe themselves out of counterstrike together we saw cloud nine one of the biggest stories take two year hiatus essentially from the game because they didn't want to compete at a high level. That's what it came down to. Right. They have the money the one of the most valuable orange but chose not to spend. Yeah. In put all their resources into counterstrike instead don't have two dollar and team cloud nine the just enough to stay relevant. That's it. They did the again that we've seen several teams do let's keep our name in the game refloating around right. If his top thirty we'RE STILL ON HDTV, we're still going to be in a handful of events 'cause re cloud nine a but at the end of the day, they didn't see it worthwhile to invest in the counter strike again, they're coming back now but that's after they have two dollar and teams in they're probably saying good success in other areas. Yeah. Ah Let. Me Tell you where I have a problem with because ultimately I think I leaned closer to you. My problem is not that they didn't consult with the Players Association. 'cause consulting means a conversation. Right? My problem is if there was no heads up given because it's not like this is in the off season of blast there in the middle of the event, right? They are still in the tournament mode four like the main blast that will eventually lead to like their big major, right For blast. That's where I have the issue because if you're if you're changing the prize pool mid tournament and not giving them a heads up I. Understand the reason. Obviously. We don't know all the numbers, but all we constantly hear about. How you know the tournament organizers make barely any money and the owners encounter strike especially, pretty much lose money. Right. Having a counter strike team. And yet. Always see from these players are Gucci watches you know Yeezy. Right like they're doing pretty okay. Not Every player I understand that. But for the most part, they're doing pretty okay with their salaries. Heard. From counterstrike pros saying that they won't go to events unless they're staying five star hotels for the most part like the best of the best tower tournament organizers where the. Name anything here but there's a place will say locally where I'm not even kidding you next door, there is a walkway, a covered walkway that leads from the hotel to the place where they were having the event and the players didn't want to stay at the hotel because it wasn't nice enough and this hotel is a Sheridan. It wasn't like a king to know knock on. Lucina. It's a shared. Sakes. Like. Four Star Hotel Four Seasons or anything but. Still pretty good and they wouldn't do it. So then the tournament organizers had to switch the hotel, right? The players went there and said, nope, this isn't up to our standards then switched the hotels and everything here like don't get it twisted. And it's actress counterstrike I'd say most East sports athletes. For being guys that like have very minimum requirements to get by in life like I've seen your room behind your Webcam right we know how some of these guys live they have very high standards when it comes to like pampering them. So No, I think for blast to take a conscious stand and be like we can't survive doing this. Let me ask the players this would you rather have more prize money? Or. Would you rather have? Would you rather have more prize money and blast fold after this because they can't afford To recoup or would you rather have? A reputable event. In blast payout a little less give your or more money to hopefully that will come back to you in some way and then being able to continue because right now that's the only option you have chances are that money is not going back to them in some way though right like. Chances are the orange will pocket money or use it for their expenses that even if? Up The fridge some you out. You know we upgrade the stream room for you guys our facilitation. Pull a microphone get you that private jet.

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"star hotel" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"star hotel" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Where we put a stress test investigations into your point fade every week we are unstoppable introducing the Charlie from outfitters you DO crimes I hope the shuttle down into three new head counts as well Hey if you like what you hear please don't forget to rate and review us where if you get you can look it makes a big difference and helps get the message out about who we are what we do also if you do you have feedback we have a Twitter handle at background brief you can also try to send him out background briefing at ABC dot net dot I you we want to hear from you before we begin the show this week I do want to warn you that we do touch on some sensitive themes including suicide I have no idea how this is a first rule is just arrived at the Sydney four star hotel we remain equate to say got it I think we can today's a baby Daddy Gracie's booking out any tile floor at this hotel for hope group something she's never done before press wants to be sure this is the last place which is getting into the office is a standards they'll do is they'll have blackout blinds and she wanted smart TV's have knew that yeah there's a meeting grace is told in the blonde haired contrast against classic black fees make up a masculine mannerisms confident she's ironic which he and director right so they've got a bomb shelter it's not inside the room is nice enough to grace glides straight yeah what will be.

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My Panic Attack

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

07:24 min | 1 year ago

My Panic Attack

"Originally intended to record this episode back in March but that's when the corona virus hit the US in full force. So I put it on the back burner to host live. Qna's instead highlights. From which are uploaded as podcast episodes but once our front doors open again. The sudden stimuli of crowded stores and roadways might overwhelm us which brings me to this unlikely story. I want to share with you about a panic attack. That had earlier this year it turns out. There's a good explanation for why it occurred but it was quite unnerving when it was actually happening. What got me through? It is what can get us through. What's happening right? Now after? Six years of accumulating airline mileage points from flights and credit card charges. I finally had enough points to cover an absolutely free round trip. Flight and five week backpacking trip around the Philippines earlier this year and setting up a tenth on the beach or as I like to call it. A five billion star hotel made the trip in nature lovers paradise but quite a few shots. Vaccinations for things like typhoid and malaria were either necessary or strongly advised prior to boarding the flight. I am fortunate enough to not be on any medication. generally avoid even taking aspirin unless. I'm in severe pain but considering all the time I was about to spend sleeping outdoors in a third world country. I took the malaria pills for two weeks prior to departure as well as during the trip and for three weeks. Afterwards I didn't bother reading the possible side effects because not taking the pills wasn't an option but it didn't take long to notice that the pills made me sleepy for example so I just took them at night. I later discovered. They also cause vivid dreams and a slight fever which was no big deal. The whole point of the trip was to maximize time on quiet deserted islands for some peace and tranquility and to avoid major loud cities like Manila as much as possible. Since as far back as I can remember. I've been hyper sensitive to certain types of noise. The high pitch of CRT monitors beeping alarms the sound of someone snoring chewing the auditory assault of emergency sirens screaming children wind chimes and even certain. Birdsong would all drive me crazy. If it wasn't for two things one I can usually meditate and breathe deeply through the noise until it stops and I can return to the bliss of silence and to almost always have earplugs on me just in case. The sound is louder than my meditation consumer. Whether this miss a phony ah is a symptom of being somewhere on the spectrum or something else. Altogether avoiding noise isn't an option especially when dealing with major airports and public transportation. I can usually gear myself up prior to leaving the house in preparation for what's to come and wear noise cancelling headphones which more often than not keep my anxiety at bay anyway. The trip involved wonderfully warm ocean breeze on white sand beaches beautiful hikes and surprisingly freezing temperatures did not expect to experience in the Philippines but enjoyed immensely nonetheless on us. Sunrise hike to one of the highest peaks in the country clear blue skies and great food. Add into the mix one bad case of getting seasick on a boat between islands two cases of food poisoning which I actually think was from drinking the water. Not NECESSARILY FROM ANYTHING. I eight and you've got the complete experience which was still great in the grand scheme of things but at one point returning to the big loud and busy city of Manila after a couple of weeks of reading books in a Hammock on a quiet deserted beach. Hit Me really hard. The noise of construction traffic blaring. Tv's and radios car horns and the fast pace of everything and everyone around me shot my anxiety through the roof and sent me into the worst panic attack of ever had. I'm not going to play it down for you. I completely lost it. I truly believed it was the end of timber as we know him. That Buddhist boot camp would come to an end and that I would have to check myself into a mental hospital upon returning to the states. If I don't kill myself I that's how bad it was. Suicide was more inviting than another minute of noise from which I couldn't escape even with earplugs or noise cancelling headphones I truly wanted to die. It was my lowest point and I didn't even recognize myself. I mean this is me. We're talking about the guy who feels anger threatening to surface and starts contemplating what other feeling I'd rather choose but in this case this down to Earth Guy you've grown to know over. The years was no more. What got me through this sudden spiral of mental instability. As I was rocking back and forth was repeating to myself. This is temporary. This is temporary. This is temporary within an hour. I fell asleep probably from exhaustion. It's incredible how much energy the body uses to feel something anything so strongly. When I woke up the next day I was no longer on edge but still seriously questioning my mental health. Was this my own psychotic breakdown. His this what everyone was saying. Britney Spears went through in two thousand seven. It felt like years of meditation. Mindfulness and all the practice of had to remain calm in the midst of chaos. Meant nothing so I decided to do some research and discovered that severe panic attacks are actually a common side effect from the Malaria vaccine. I was taking and it all made sense on the one hand. I was relieved that it was merely a chemical reaction to the pills but has felt so real in the moment of panic. I couldn't access all those other parts of my brain that would have otherwise kicked in with logic and reasoning to talk me off the ledge but whether real or chemically induced the mantra. This is temporary. Helped me through it? All temporary can mean a minute or two an hour a week month year or lifetime. No matter how you look at anything. Everything is in constant flux. I guess what pleasantly surprised me. The most is how quickly I was willing to accept my mental breakdown. Prior to falling asleep I contacted a friend to recommend a therapist could see immediately upon returning to the states. I asked another friend whether the mental institutions depicted in movies resembled the real ones. He sees in his medical practice and then all reminded me of the near drowning incident that I described in my memoir and how I'm merely observed what was happening rather than reacting to it. I guess I wanted to share this story with you because perhaps all of the years of mindfulness practice didn't go out the window in the moment of panic and the gap between impulse response. I didn't react to what was happening. I reminded myself how temporary it all was. Mindfulness Meditation can really help us. Not In the moment of meditation but at some point down the road when we need it most a got me through the four hours of being seasick on the worst boat ride. You can imagine it. Got Me through the panic attack and it got me through the whirlwind of change to which I returned when I got back home for starters I found out that I had to move out from where I've been living for the past two and a half years but rather than react or dubbed the unexpected experience terrible or unfortunate. I found a new place to live. That is everything of ever dreamed of. And then this corona virus exploded and I can't think of anywhere on the world where I'd rather be quarantined right now

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"star hotel" Discussed on Classic Countdown Conversations

Classic Countdown Conversations

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Classic Countdown Conversations

"To an island because no human being will come to an island. Exactly I mean as at least an island of the I'm thinking like Hawaii. I would like to see Zombie that's just like cruising on a lot of boats. It was like what's up. He's like a smarter food to where like he's kind of friend here. He's got like a backwards hat. Even it's the cover up the hole in his head Zombie. Zeke Zeke is a punk near as Gold chains in a backwards hat. Yeah like money changed. He's like Kip on the dive. Right after rebates Fonda I kind of like he drives by in his little like skiing team. Yeah and he. He like he's thinking about it. He's thinking about it but he's also like me. Dombi he kinda like does like on the vote and then he's always like I'll get you but he does a got my eye on you. Yeah they just speeds away and but then sometimes like he'll bring us food and we're like should we trust this year not yeah And and sometimes he'll like tell us like riddles while I'm by his like why it. Has You know what goes. Up comes down age. Yeah he's like Dang it drives away Zombie. Obviously I like zombies Zeke so He's in the movie too. I hope he's he. He makes his occurrences throughout the whole thing. And then at the very end he finally has like. What are you matching like Hawaiian shirt? Oh I do like that. I wasn't but now I am well. Maybe like earlier in the in the movie. 'cause this is obviously going to be. Communists Office He's a punk. Any has is backwards ball cap right and he has like. I don't know what's like A. Do she team. Oh Does he has like a steelers Yeah there we go a steelers shirt on yeah and And that and that could be even like a Metaphor. Because he's he's keeps stealing our stuff. That's true steeler But then he gives you the do rag and that's the direct but that's the thing is like throughout the movie keeps kind of like leaving. Us stuff But then by the end of the movie. When we're finally on our honor luxurious island which can also maybe have a resort on Hawaii. Five Star Hotel. There you go. It's just like combining everything one Ship with a cruise ship like doctor. Right there yeah. Oh It's Great Baseball Stadium to actually. It's just a whole it's a whole cotton. Yeah really yeah. Greenlanders air which ones that Iceland Bad the very end when when he's gone kind of like a quarter of the movie without being seen like we don't know where. Zombie he finally shows up in his in his skibo. Yeah and he's he's wearing a Hawaiian shirt like a straw hat. Yeah Yeah and he has like a coconut ring. Yeah and he kind of does like a little like yeah and we're all like Oh zombies at the very end. He does like the idea. I still got my eye on you. That's the end. Yeah that's a very good movie and then there's a spin off show about them. Yeah definitely Dombi. Zeke show focuses on him and sometimes like he'll come visit us. Yeah we're guest stars. Yeah we're really guest stars man. I love it. I love everything about this Sowings was on music. Was on this. Join keys keys keys. Zombies Zeke were combining shaggy catchphrases. Join keys persinger. Zoecke as Zombie Voice. Like not a full blown. Zombie words. I love it I love him. He might be my favorite carry. We've ever made up on this Anyway peril too quick Zombie. Zinc Zeke saying Zeke zinc.

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Zombie Outbreak - burst 17

Classic Countdown Conversations

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Zombie Outbreak - burst 17

"To an island because no human being will come to an island. Exactly I mean as at least an island of the I'm thinking like Hawaii. I would like to see Zombie that's just like cruising on a lot of boats. It was like what's up. He's like a smarter food to where like he's kind of friend here. He's got like a backwards hat. Even it's the cover up the hole in his head Zombie. Zeke Zeke is a punk near as Gold chains in a backwards hat. Yeah like money changed. He's like Kip on the dive. Right after rebates Fonda I kind of like he drives by in his little like skiing team. Yeah and he. He like he's thinking about it. He's thinking about it but he's also like me. Dombi he kinda like does like on the vote and then he's always like I'll get you but he does a got my eye on you. Yeah they just speeds away and but then sometimes like he'll bring us food and we're like should we trust this year not yeah And and sometimes he'll like tell us like riddles while I'm by his like why it. Has You know what goes. Up comes down age. Yeah he's like Dang it drives away Zombie. Obviously I like zombies Zeke so He's in the movie too. I hope he's he. He makes his occurrences throughout the whole thing. And then at the very end he finally has like. What are you matching like Hawaiian shirt? Oh I do like that. I wasn't but now I am well. Maybe like earlier in the in the movie. 'cause this is obviously going to be. Communists Office He's a punk. Any has is backwards ball cap right and he has like. I don't know what's like A. Do she team. Oh Does he has like a steelers Yeah there we go a steelers shirt on yeah and And that and that could be even like a Metaphor. Because he's he's keeps stealing our stuff. That's true steeler But then he gives you the do rag and that's the direct but that's the thing is like throughout the movie keeps kind of like leaving. Us stuff But then by the end of the movie. When we're finally on our honor luxurious island which can also maybe have a resort on Hawaii. Five Star Hotel. There you go. It's just like combining everything one Ship with a cruise ship like doctor. Right there yeah. Oh It's Great Baseball Stadium to actually. It's just a whole it's a whole cotton. Yeah really yeah. Greenlanders air which ones that Iceland Bad the very end when when he's gone kind of like a quarter of the movie without being seen like we don't know where. Zombie he finally shows up in his in his skibo. Yeah and he's he's wearing a Hawaiian shirt like a straw hat. Yeah Yeah and he has like a coconut ring. Yeah and he kind of does like a little like yeah and we're all like Oh zombies at the very end. He does like the idea. I still got my eye on you. That's the end. Yeah that's a very good movie and then there's a spin off show about them. Yeah definitely Dombi. Zeke show focuses on him and sometimes like he'll come visit us. Yeah we're guest stars. Yeah we're really guest stars man. I love it. I love everything about this Sowings was on music. Was on this. Join keys keys keys. Zombies Zeke were combining shaggy catchphrases. Join keys persinger. Zoecke as Zombie Voice. Like not a full blown. Zombie words. I love it I love him. He might be my favorite carry. We've ever made up on this Anyway peril too quick Zombie. Zinc Zeke saying Zeke zinc.

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"star hotel" Discussed on Classic Countdown Conversations

Classic Countdown Conversations

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Classic Countdown Conversations

"To an island because no human being will come to an island. Exactly I mean as at least an island of the I'm thinking like Hawaii. I would like to see Zombie that's just like cruising on a lot of boats. It was like what's up. He's like a smarter food to where like he's kind of friend here. He's got like a backwards hat. Even it's the cover up the hole in his head Zombie. Zeke Zeke is a punk near as Gold chains in a backwards hat. Yeah like money changed. He's like Kip on the dive. Right after rebates Fonda I kind of like he drives by in his little like skiing team. Yeah and he. He like he's thinking about it. He's thinking about it but he's also like me. Dombi he kinda like does like on the vote and then he's always like I'll get you but he does a got my eye on you. Yeah they just speeds away and but then sometimes like he'll bring us food and we're like should we trust this year not yeah And and sometimes he'll like tell us like riddles while I'm by his like why it. Has You know what goes. Up comes down age. Yeah he's like Dang it drives away Zombie. Obviously I like zombies Zeke so He's in the movie too. I hope he's he. He makes his occurrences throughout the whole thing. And then at the very end he finally has like. What are you matching like Hawaiian shirt? Oh I do like that. I wasn't but now I am well. Maybe like earlier in the in the movie. 'cause this is obviously going to be. Communists Office He's a punk. Any has is backwards ball cap right and he has like. I don't know what's like A. Do she team. Oh Does he has like a steelers Yeah there we go a steelers shirt on yeah and And that and that could be even like a Metaphor. Because he's he's keeps stealing our stuff. That's true steeler But then he gives you the do rag and that's the direct but that's the thing is like throughout the movie keeps kind of like leaving. Us stuff But then by the end of the movie. When we're finally on our honor luxurious island which can also maybe have a resort on Hawaii. Five Star Hotel. There you go. It's just like combining everything one Ship with a cruise ship like doctor. Right there yeah. Oh It's Great Baseball Stadium to actually. It's just a whole it's a whole cotton. Yeah really yeah. Greenlanders air which ones that Iceland Bad the very end when when he's gone kind of like a quarter of the movie without being seen like we don't know where. Zombie he finally shows up in his in his skibo. Yeah and he's he's wearing a Hawaiian shirt like a straw hat. Yeah Yeah and he has like a coconut ring. Yeah and he kind of does like a little like yeah and we're all like Oh zombies at the very end. He does like the idea. I still got my eye on you. That's the end. Yeah that's a very good movie and then there's a spin off show about them. Yeah definitely Dombi. Zeke show focuses on him and sometimes like he'll come visit us. Yeah we're guest stars. Yeah we're really guest stars man. I love it. I love everything about this Sowings was on music. Was on this. Join keys keys keys. Zombies Zeke were combining shaggy catchphrases. Join keys persinger. Zoecke as Zombie Voice. Like not a full blown. Zombie words. I love it I love him. He might be my favorite carry. We've ever made up on this Anyway peril too quick Zombie. Zinc Zeke

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Zombie Outbreak - burst 17

Classic Countdown Conversations

04:10 min | 1 year ago

Zombie Outbreak - burst 17

"To an island because no human being will come to an island. Exactly I mean as at least an island of the I'm thinking like Hawaii. I would like to see Zombie that's just like cruising on a lot of boats. It was like what's up. He's like a smarter food to where like he's kind of friend here. He's got like a backwards hat. Even it's the cover up the hole in his head Zombie. Zeke Zeke is a punk near as Gold chains in a backwards hat. Yeah like money changed. He's like Kip on the dive. Right after rebates Fonda I kind of like he drives by in his little like skiing team. Yeah and he. He like he's thinking about it. He's thinking about it but he's also like me. Dombi he kinda like does like on the vote and then he's always like I'll get you but he does a got my eye on you. Yeah they just speeds away and but then sometimes like he'll bring us food and we're like should we trust this year not yeah And and sometimes he'll like tell us like riddles while I'm by his like why it. Has You know what goes. Up comes down age. Yeah he's like Dang it drives away Zombie. Obviously I like zombies Zeke so He's in the movie too. I hope he's he. He makes his occurrences throughout the whole thing. And then at the very end he finally has like. What are you matching like Hawaiian shirt? Oh I do like that. I wasn't but now I am well. Maybe like earlier in the in the movie. 'cause this is obviously going to be. Communists Office He's a punk. Any has is backwards ball cap right and he has like. I don't know what's like A. Do she team. Oh Does he has like a steelers Yeah there we go a steelers shirt on yeah and And that and that could be even like a Metaphor. Because he's he's keeps stealing our stuff. That's true steeler But then he gives you the do rag and that's the direct but that's the thing is like throughout the movie keeps kind of like leaving. Us stuff But then by the end of the movie. When we're finally on our honor luxurious island which can also maybe have a resort on Hawaii. Five Star Hotel. There you go. It's just like combining everything one Ship with a cruise ship like doctor. Right there yeah. Oh It's Great Baseball Stadium to actually. It's just a whole it's a whole cotton. Yeah really yeah. Greenlanders air which ones that Iceland Bad the very end when when he's gone kind of like a quarter of the movie without being seen like we don't know where. Zombie he finally shows up in his in his skibo. Yeah and he's he's wearing a Hawaiian shirt like a straw hat. Yeah Yeah and he has like a coconut ring. Yeah and he kind of does like a little like yeah and we're all like Oh zombies at the very end. He does like the idea. I still got my eye on you. That's the end. Yeah that's a very good movie and then there's a spin off show about them. Yeah definitely Dombi. Zeke show focuses on him and sometimes like he'll come visit us. Yeah we're guest stars. Yeah we're really guest stars man. I love it. I love everything about this Sowings was on music. Was on this. Join keys keys keys. Zombies Zeke were combining shaggy catchphrases. Join keys persinger. Zoecke as Zombie Voice. Like not a full blown. Zombie words. I love it I love him. He might be my favorite carry. We've ever made up on this Anyway peril too quick Zombie. Zinc Zeke

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Tennis insider Sally Bradfield on her new book 'Not Quite 30-love'

No Challenges Remaining

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Tennis insider Sally Bradfield on her new book 'Not Quite 30-love'

"To no challenges raining. I am Ben. Rothenberg joined by my dear friend. Courtney I courtney and we are also joined by Sally Brad Field a longtime tennis communications official and the author of a New Book. Not Quite thirty love. Sally. Thank you for being ought. Thanks for having me. I'm thrilled. So your book. Let me just read the blurb. I think it's a good blurb novel Euro semi-autobiographical say something we'd like to believe that some days more than others semi can be covers a wide range graphical synopsis of the book the Blurb twenty-eight-year-old Katie. Cook Lancer Dream job. In the world professional tennis it was like being invited to the Academy Awards except they were all wearing brand attracts his Katie and Sydney to be not quite measuring up and make the move to follow her child obsession with professional tennis running away to join the circus of a world and finding work as a publicist racing around the globe. Faster than it can tiki tour creating Internet scandals wherever she goes. Katie is seduced by the appearance of Glamour and our weakness for bad boys. She falls one of trouble. Champions and starts trending relationship with an arch-enemy placing social media bombs in her way and hashtags. Haunting Katie. And her sleep. She navigates her way through a series of social media and love crises. Katie has some decisions to make. Does she want a hero or a career? Well she ended up happily ever after. What does that even mean? One thing is for sure. She'll never schedule an instagram post again. Hashtag girls can be heroes to stories written by insider and has been described as the devil wears product meets the exciting world professional tennis. Thank you for funding these things together. I'm excited I'm curious if you just give us a bio on yourself yet your tennis how you got into the sport before being in a professional and then once you've made it your your job. Yeah I was always obsessed with Tennessee's young girl. I had a very large crush on John. Mcenroe's I exactly the first drops of the book which were much more autobiographical had humanist But he got ripped out for the. Don't sue aspect of the game. They still have that first draft and I do. I do the right amount of money. Probably the Louis exactly exactly exactly at one point. We will do actual autobiography rather than thinly. Valves Dennis yes so sort of my my career of set a ninety six billion tennis but before eleven love with John McEnroe. Tennis was wonderful so I was doing real world jobs. I had a degree in marketing. Doing some marketing jobs Unfulfilled obvious is really boring. Fifty doing this crap and then was up one night watching Wimbledon with the Australian Times on the middle of the night watching watching love. And I'm interested in anything actually interested in these these copy of real job. He can't really working tennis for job. Scholley and show you guys have had signed that real job. And then that's how I started talking to people and following Lukine tross a who was a WHO and who and what contacted staff go to a job as an assistant the Sydney tournament it was the Pacers international which was really just about eating ice cream. Pink cream you started working on the tour then as a as a communications that was just looking for a tournament and a little bit of that and then eventually got my wife and got off at a job. Wti side out of that at the beginning of this century thousand new millennium new New Korean. Your life all that stuff sound starring. I our member saying to a bunch of people who've been working on the two of ages Michael Michael five-star hotels and you're GonNa have locker room service. And why? How could anyone ever big this? And they were like just white you ways we could you get sick of this and then I found out a nonstop sort of hamster wheel type situation very off day. Traveling Circus Right. You go and you sit you go to. It's such a weird rhythm rate because I traveled with the tour and pretty much tour of a fairly full schedule and yeah I like from the outside in every. How could you not love this when you get to watch tennis all day? You get to say at the Hilton here. The Mary out there the intercontinental here. The four seasons in Saint Petersburg get private cars get fed. All Braille true. Isn't it all true that that's not? That's not true but I'm curious to save you. When did it start to turn to be like? I mean. This is still a job though? I remember sitting in an airport on a wider Dubai. And that was it was well cost ten years into my time traveling fulltime with WTI and being straight in a lot. More since. I had to give living in Australia. Who Five you'd have two weeks off my take on like kill me. Now look on high intake dies of trying to get the lay off to come back. I remember seeing in an airport and wanting to cry because I was like I didn't WanNa be online new and then strangely enough coverage. I had the brand manager job for the promised me I will do. Minimal travel what ally that will come

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Travel the World on Crypto With Travala CEO Matthew Luczynski

CRYPTO 101

08:12 min | 1 year ago

Travel the World on Crypto With Travala CEO Matthew Luczynski

"Right what his up good beautiful wonderful citizens of crypt nation. I hope you are just having a wonderful little morning noon and or night because wherever the heck you are in the world just know that you're in the right place isn't that right beats mine. No I completely disagree this time. I don't feel like I'm in the right place. In fact I kind of need to get away. I don't know where I you can find a good place to book a Hotel Jerry suggestions. Well it's funny that you mentioned that I've got a good friend here in Matthew Login ski and he is the founder the CEO of a beautiful platform called travel up Matthew. Welcome to the show hang is thanks for having me on Travolta Is a platform where anybody could book a hotel anywhere in the world using nothing but crypto currency matthew. We're going to dive deep into your platform and all the things that inspired you to make it and all the wonderful things that are coming up but first give us a little background who you are in kind of what drew you to. WHO The crypto currency and blockchain industry? Yes so me. I came to Crypto in around two thousand eleven. Two thousand twelve when oh seventeen years old. It was based on friends a little bit older than myself. Actually Mining Crypto in the bedrooms full at helping three university on it was something that instantly became attractive. It was a way to gain from Nathan essentially on it the whole concept behind it. The whole block chain concept the over the FE- is following not actually came to me on something that we rent on In research searched on it it was something that was like. Wow this is really going to take off Throughout University again. trading crypto to people. Ebola didn't didn't buy it from didn't know where to get it from from those people who in mind in it and then yet just sort of went from there really my knowledge of Blockchain Ainun crypto developed in development. Obviously than we still therion come come to lie on the rest of the crypto spacious has begun to Then obviously while I was in my final year of university I just decided you know to sort of take the leap of faith on trolley Concept was so itself was bowing because of atrophy troubling because the founders passion for traveling Stevo founder. Hugh I conceptualize this idea with. Actually he was. He's been in the travel industry for over twenty five years so it was something that was really clicked with those on we. We reform survived. Come from that around two and a half years ago now. One of the problems that I always have. I'm travelling is they WANNA have An actual credit card in order to check in and I feel like that's the most ridiculous thing in the world. That's the problem that I'm having. But what problems are you trying to solve with. Travolta were trying to create a globally accessible hotel and travel booking marketplace on by that we mean is provide a a option for everybody to pay whatever means they desire so for example they could pay with Bitcoin With Syria they could pay with a native token. Aba and we want to provide that gateway to all those people in this uses in the Christian space now on what will come to space over time. we housing site libra potential and the reach of that tool those billions of people facebook. They have a platform where they could spend the cryptocurrency on. We've got to make sure that leading the way in tens of economists Payment solutions full plot phones on especially hotels on a combination. Let's amazing and kind of pizza minds point. How do we like so I buy thing by a hotel or rent a hotel with Through Travolta generally speaking. They're going to need a credit card in order to handle like you know Potential Room damages. So is your platform the same way where I could suspend bitcoin. But then I get to the hotel in order to check and I'll still need to put down credit and depend a really depends on the hotel and the value the hotel itself. You know the highest value hotel's rich in for example. Yes you will have to do. You will also lead into the hotel a lower three star to star hotel. You probably probably house to it. All depends on the hotel specific. Needs at where you're specifically at the hotel. Now that saying we do have potential plans plunged at rollouts of halo system which can be used in hotels so that would lead potential. People's pay with Crypto Chris in the M in the long term vision of trauma awesome and not to get too technical. But you know what's going on in the back end when I pay. Travolta Crypto is travel is taking kind of inventory risk of holding onto that Crypto long-term and pain out to the Ritz Carlton and cash. What's going on so how it works? Is We take a crypto payment and we instantly liquidate so we have a number of moving paw. Aw that are in play at one specific moment in time and they problematically released the CRYPTO. Making sure that we don't lose anything when we don't Miss It. And we mitigate the risk of volatility completely that means the way say safe is a business where able to grow it. It would be great if we could pull crypto for a long period of time but in the sense in a business sense that is not a is no small news so yet we liquidate straightaway on. We actually accomplishing institutional money. And we pay the hotels so Whistle of the. Let's call the offer another problem trauman having is you know when I'm working for different companies and even here Crypto WanNa one you know we go to different conferences and the company will book my travel travel accommodations. But sometimes my name won't be on the room or you know whatever the case is and even though someone booked a room for me if they're not out there even though the rooms already been paid for not allowed to go in. And I think to myself Ma'am block could really solve this if I had some kind of Nafta token that says this room his mind you know until it expires four days you know I could simply just walk past. Walk Straight to the door and get my roommate's completely bypass the whole check in thing. How do you think that besides that you know maybe blockchain can help the hotel industries one day and what needs to happen before they're ready to fully get on board with blockchain? I think what's GonNa what happens. Is Payments Payments. Stop and I once. They see the payments all secure. They don't lose. They don't elise capital from it because what we did see a few years ago was expedia expedia or go to try crypto payments. Try bitcoin payments and they continue can you to after short period of time because they could not handle the risk of volatility and they lost capsule. Now that's obviously put people in the travel industry off from mainstream sharing perspective but then the allows innovators to commend showcase. Actually make it work. I think that's the fish For hotels themselves paints finance at once they get payments than they could obviously look the areas. Why the hotel itself? The whole supply chain management systems. They could come into play on then yet. Like you mentioned a individual hotel bookings full people Making sure about systems systems correct on. MFT Tokens that. Would I guess that would come into play if a hotel specifically its own. Unique and T- tokens is like single into the network of hotels on. That could be what that would come into play in the future again Looking at it from his point of view at this specific assistant member in time

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Things to do in Krabi, Thailand

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

09:58 min | 1 year ago

Things to do in Krabi, Thailand

"We are talking about crabby Thailand. It has province in the southwest side of Thailand that has absolutely beautiful beaches says and cliff sides amazing food and more culture than you could possibly want stuffed the tiniest little spot. What is your connection with Krabi? So when my my husband and I sold everything to travel the world fulltime we didn't know much except for the fact that Thailand was cheap. We bought one way tickets to Bangkok Thailand because they were the cheapest for this tickets that we can get from home and we've really wanted something different well. After spending two weeks and Bangkok and realizing that the city life was way too much for us. If you've been to Bangkok you know the little intense in culture shocking. When you're first coming there from the Western world is like your first and traction with Asia so we had heard from some friends about this place? It's called crabby that it's really cool. There's some nice beaches and I grew up in Miami Florida so that was something that was very appealing to me right being right the ocean and seeing islands what we flew down there in what originally originally we thought was going to be just a three day trip and we ended up extending for three consecutive weeks. And now we've been back there four times the last two years ears and one of the places that I'm going to be talking about called railway between them back there seven times in the last two years Including to celebrate our honeymoon. So I'm excited. Yeah congratulations and why should somebody to copy. Somebody should go to crabby because it's so full of culture and it's small still well. It's one of those places that in a place like Thailand where you have places like Pu cut in Pattaya that are coastal and beautiful and rich of culture but stuff full of tourists crabby is almost undiscovered undiscovered enough. It still has people and they're still enough infrastructure to make it a comfortable place to go vacation but it's also a place where you can go and take a boat that it's ten minutes away to rally beach and have this beautiful cove of limestone cliffs and Gorgeous sunsets and feel like you have paradise almost to yourself especially especially when you're traveling there in low season which will talk about. What kind of ten are you gonNA recommend for us so today? I'm going to be talking about a seven day through crabby grabby. Most people only go there for a couple of days. So we're GONNA go really in depth about the beautiful places. We're going to go to some hikes we're going to take you through some islands. Lynne's and some coves that you can go visit and also some local gems that not a lot of people go to their about two hours away and also talking about an absolutely beautifully beautifully untouched national park in Thailand cool. Well let's get started where we're gonNA start going to land in the beautiful province of crabby Thailand and then had stray the onto railay beach for day one so we probably flew in through Bangkok. And we're catching a local Thailand airline to get down here. Yes and usually. They're very very very inexpensive. It'll be about route fifty bucks to fly into crabby and then a six dollar grab ride into the area which is where the main beaches are. There's there's a walking street there but for the first day we're going to go straight to the pier. Where for just three dollars? You can take a ten minute long tail boat to Railay beach. You'RE GONNA land on Railay Beach West us and immediately you are welcomed by these enormous one thousand foot limestone cliffs. That are just so dramatic and they hug the coastline. So the moment you come in. It's almost like the class are giving you a hug of welcome you land on the beach and it's crystal clear water you're walking through and you can already see all all of the traditional long tail boats and listen to time music and then as you're going through the really beach walking street on either side you're going to have vendors trying to serve you pad Thai or Tomko guy which are all really typical dishes of the south and it just overwhelms the census and I know time but I don't know the other one okay. So autom- Kakai is coconut soup dish. And it's made with lemon grass and tomatoes and mushrooms and you can have it with chicken but even just the vegetarian version. It's just the perfect blend of sweet and fresh. It's one of my favorite dishes in south Thailand dimmed that have not been further south than Bangkok. So Oh I don't know that interesting out there. I know I know I. I've been to Thailand. I don't know three or four times now but But have not been to the beaches so one other thing that I wanted to pause while while breaking word that you mentioned taking grabs a we want to have the grab APP on her phone when we get there. And that's the Thailand Thailand. But it's a like Uber absolutely and the Nice thing is and we'll talk about some negotiation skills later on in places where the grab is too far away in order to get to. We use grab as a negotiation strategy as well so we will put in the location. See how much the grab drivers are charging and then use that as a base price negotiate sheet with Tuk Tuk taxis and that works well especially if you're in a hurry or you need to catch a bowl or you have a tour planned out and you don't have time to wait and see if you're grab is going to show up. That's a great method ticket to get around in Thailand as well so we've made it to really of each. Were walking through the Railay beach walking street and then literally like I mentioned. You're just overwhelmed with the southern Thailand. Vibes lives the food. You have monkeys. They have dusky lingers in Thailand. I call him little thieves because they are these fuzzy black monkeys with white circles around their eyes. They almost like raccoons but they are just so sweet they hang and perch on all of the trees above the walking street so literally there may be like three feet above your head dropping leaves on view as their munching on them. And so you're able to walk through and they're called a little thieves so I'm guessing they're so sweet until they take your stuff so actually not those. I call them little thieves. They look like they're wearing a scheme but they do also have a long tail macaques which they call the Thailand Mafia. Those absolutely steal your stuff got got it so anyway when you get to relieve each we have a favorite resort that we stay at. That's called the Railway Putu one resort. It's unreal East which is a more quiet side railway west as we're all all of like the really absurdly expensive five-star hotels brush your teeth for you. If you were to ask on the railway puts a one is a leave. It's a four star hotel but it has an absolutely amazing view of the islands in Thailand like COPE EP and all of the area over there on the west coast. And when you talk about the silence these are these karst mountains fantastic things look like they're out of some sort of special effects for movie. Yes they look like. You're going through Avatar Avatar this world and also something that I didn't realize when it came to cliffs attract bats because you're silvery caves so at nighttime you're sitting on the balcony. You have an infinity pool that looks over the ocean. It's framed by these absurdly enormous limestone cliffs. You're watching the monkeys from your balcony. Play in the the trees and swing from vine to vine and it just doesn't even look real. I told my husband last time that we are on railway west I was like if I had to explain to God or the universe or whatever ever what my paradise would look like it would be railay beach at sunset it now. You talked about having the resort with the infinity pool and so people who haven't met a Thailand. They're thinking you're spending four or five hundred dollars per night or up from there. What are the rates for that kind of place in Thailand? Oh my gosh rush. I think we paid fifty dollars during the beginning of high season for a room with a beautiful view about Johnny and it was private and the bathroom author was gorgeous. It had a Batta that also had a window wall. But it's only one way so people from the pool champion. You could literally be taking a bath and be staring at this. The outside it's crazy all right them. That's what you're going to be doing in the first avenue. Beach checking into that hotel and then as far as things to do on rarely beach it really has something for everybody if you wanted to. Just sit on the beach on railway west which is the most popular one or my personal favorite. which has put on Numb beach? It's a little bit of a walk as maybe like fifteen minutes off of railway west but personally it's just there's less people there. There's an enormous cliffside that turns into okay that you can swim to from that beach and also so one of the more interesting bits about that. Beach is the fact that they have something called penon cave or princess gave. And it's actually a worshiping location Asian for the Princess God of fertility. I think it was Shiva. And fishermen would bring Phallic shape statues and put them in the cave before fishing thing because that was supposed to yield a fruitful fishing expedition. And so literally you walk into this giant cave just Pena statues everywhere. But it's it's all part of the religion and the culture so not meant to be an appropriate. Obviously also on. This is really common common for people to go rock climbing railay beach and that towns I area which is on the same bay is known for having some of the best free climbing cliffs in the world because they are so textured word and so it's a great place to learn. It costs about thirty dollars to go on one of the expeditions to go and try rock climbing for the first time. And you're trying it out on one of the most beautiful full and scenic tropical locations in the world. You mentioned a lot of boats are the boots that are on the beach just fishing boats or are there water sports career as well so not so much water sports if you're looking for things like parasailing and things like that or wake boarding you're not gonNA find that they're not even honestly. I haven't even seen a banana boat. A lot of people do Kayak however and You can rent a kayak for about six dollars an hour and that lets you go and see things like Coda and chicken island which are only about forty five minutes kayaking from the railway West Beach. When you've been about there are some people who are listening? Who are wondering what you're talking about so banana? An anti votes are those. They're literally in the shape of a banana but people kind of straddle them and it'll be like eight people on the back of a boat and it'll drag you and then throw you under the water. It goes really fast.

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Guests are stealing mattresses from luxury hotels

WBZ Midday News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Guests are stealing mattresses from luxury hotels

"Line some of us take the little toiletries from hotels right well there are those who take much much more than that CBS is Matt Piper explainable hotel guests week so rested at luxury properties that they purchase the same kind of mattress they slept on then there are those who steal them at least forty eight mattresses have disappeared from guest rooms in the more than eleven hundred four and five star European hotels surveyed by German review site well this haven't guessed that five star hotels were eight percent more likely to take matters is according to the survey but how does that happen some hotels that guests knock away with the mattresses in the dark of night using elevators that led directly to underground parking another guest through a mattress out of the room's

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California man arrested for videos that appear to show mass shooting dry run

Super Hyper Local Sunday Show

02:32 min | 1 year ago

California man arrested for videos that appear to show mass shooting dry run

"So god is I'm not I don't quite understand how the the guy in it in Camarillo got caught but anyway guy in San Diego parmi cough but nobody leaves as confident they're barely losing his mind and tipsters called authorities when they found that he had uploaded videos of him with an arsenal in a hotel in downtown San Diego seemingly practicing for measuring this morning the suspect police say posted videos of himself carrying out what they call a rehearsal of the terrorists mass shooting in downtown San Diego is under arrest according to court documents the chilling images show a man inside a room at the Sofia hotel repeatedly aiming and pretending to shoot people the man identified by investigators as thirty year old Steven home Okey is seen changing out magazines and guns the video showing at least to a soul style rifles and ammunition scattered on the floor it sounds like Stephen paddock in Las Vegas a couple of years ago and so that's why it's so alarming when people see this they think we're gonna have to re live Las Vegas is this guy actually is this a dry run for him the videos were posted in September but according to the search warrant the FBI didn't learn about them into more than two months later from an anonymous tip the tipster said the suspect had gone off the deep end reporting fears that he is planning something and concerns if confronted wall at home he will open fire on federal agents or police when she did not they did a hard knock at five AM kick the door and the guy didn't put up a fight but it is you know considering that you would go to the trouble of is why I think this is a very credible threat this is not like some guy they pulled over and they found a couple rifles in his trunk and good for the tipster yeah yeah because this guy spent money at the Sofia took the weapons there you know and clearly what he's doing is sort of running through how would I do this and he gets up there they're all laid out on the couch right by the window and he sweeping outside the window at people walking buying things I guess I did not buy this game is crazy that's a pretty high and hotel is now yeah and what four star hotel and I'm assuming there was some of that maybe if he was planning was planning of some event up some upcoming events whether be a crowd of people or something but but I I think credibly you could say that that I copy cat Las Vegas was

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"star hotel" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on WTVN

"Five star hotel when you come in it's not not like a dental office it is not it is not like a dental. so yeah we just we comprehensive care for for everyone to see one stop become bring whole family it's so hard when you're taking your son or your daughter to the dentist for the very first time because sometimes it's a little intimidating and it can be scary so how do you ease that fear for the young and then also for the old because it goes right back to that fear absolutely Sir especially for the young here used to be you know the the same will be yet we don't take your kid to the dentist and other three or four because it's just too much we see ourselves as more kind of for not a pediatric practice but I take that philosophy were bringing men when they're when they're six months from now when their first two comes in a one and a half two years old but is do we can a lot of times at first appointment is just a show in the cheer leading instead I'll take a peek and maybe that's it maybe don't clean their teeth that time you know because all it takes is one bad experience the ruin it for life and so we just kinda ease them in one step at a time I kind of knew I might have a leader deal as like the Ethan hunt of Dennis straight like a little mission impossible because I do know that you really have spent a lot of time in your studies ultimately I know you have an acronym. your name that means something I mean aren't you like the top something percent of Dennis as for the top three percent of Dennis in in the country it's called the fellowship in the academy of general dentistry so there's four letters there the phone my name in the country not just in the state or mid west but in the entire nation is really we are not worthy. it's a commitment to continuing education and so I would obviously go dental school and you learn what you learn but so much more of meeting patients needs happens outside of that environment and so if there's a test you have to take like a board exam type of test and so just my commitment it just recognize my commitment to learning everything that's new industry so it's really is innovative at north orange family dentistry because of that one of the things you wanted to talk about was sleep and the tie or lack there of. Lee Abney ugly lack there of and and the folks who are really struggling Kyle you know at the at the end of the day or her at the end of the night I should say because they can't sleep well what is the tie to dental care and sleep apnea yeah so that's the big thing you know we hear a lot from wives is like I can't sleep at night my husband just keep me up on my snoring on demand still more than women I think so hi this through at least wives tell us about it more than men men tell us about. and Randy stores we know what he turned it on me and actually recorded me because I never believe them I can't snore but he really does like men do that like we don't say it a lot but when we we get proof. the proof could mean something is going wrong absolutely and so there's treatment for either one if you snore I mean there's a plans as we can make happy not store but the bigger question is is the snoring a sign that you have sleep apnea and sleep apnea is a much bigger issue medically because it can lead to problems such as high blood pressure stroke heart disease diabetes not only death because basically sleep apnea is you stopping breathing during the evening while you're sleeping and so that you know the testing you wanna go to decide if you actually about me actually records number time you stop reading and it can be as little as a few seconds or you can start reading from what a whole minute and sometimes it hundreds of times a night for people that have apnea that sounds dangerous to me yeah that's like where it gets a little bit he got to get something done and so what we try to do you know obviously you go see hopefully you'll see your dentist more than you do your family care practitioner in medicine you know hope you're gonna see a twice a year then once a year and so we we have screening tools we use but ultimately it takes a sleep position to diagnose that on the medical side if you want to.

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An Interview with Air Force One Pilot Col. Mark Tillman

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

10:15 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with Air Force One Pilot Col. Mark Tillman

"Air Force One pilot Colonel Mark Tillman is here to join us this evening. When you're hearing this he's actually here to present in the museum on the evening here of nine eleven Colonel Tillman? Thank you so much for making the trip up here to spend some time with us now. This is incredible credible. I've always wanted to come up here and very happy to do it. You're a great bunch folks amendment of we'll have so far well. You have even seen this evening it uh-huh well. How do you want to do you want to kick things off here? Sure absolutely mark. If you don't mind I always like to at anytime we talked to anybody who's WHO's actively involved in flying aviation has has certainly as we are I like to know how it started. Do you have an earliest earliest aviation memory. Were you a kid building. Models and looking up on airplanes flew over. How did that spark hit you? I definitely as a kid I was always building models but the biggest challenge for me was my dad was construction worker and we just didn't have the money to learn how to fly so there was a north Perry airport was just outside of where we lived in south Florida but it just as my dad said someday. You'll get your chance but right now we just don't have that kind of money so good watching them all the time. My father used I actually he built runways use a construction worker that would build roads and runway so I was always out at the airport of watching a mu- repave the runway build the runway at Fort Lauderdale North Perry whatever so had to wait for the military so I joined the military. ROTC Lane University and then when I graduated I literally was a chemical engineer in the Air Force made me a rocket propulsion engineer until I could get a pilot training plot but two years later I got the piloting slot started out after pilot training as a C. One thirty pilot and then was ploughed back in to be a t thirty seven instructor pilot after that went back to Williams air force base and then slowly just kept flying and eventually the move actually applied to the eighty ninth airlift wing out at Andrews Air Force Base flying the Vice President First Lady Senators Congressman was selected elected and after the first year they're lucky enough to have the guys at Air Force One have me fly the backup on a Gulfstream three and from then on slowly. I got hired by Air Force One so it's about eighteen years at Air Force One allow so so you started you would've started on the T. thirty-seven for primary training than the C. One thirty then back to the t thirty seven sacred definitely that was the progression at what was it what was it about the the eighty nine th airlift wing which is which handles all all the VIP flying for the air force correct. Yes what was it about that job that attracted you you know they they had the new shiniest business aircraft at Gulfstream threes and fours and they had seven Oh sevens lot of history there and for me the goal was always you know fly heavies. I I love flying the t thirty seven thirty eight going fast having a fast pants on but I love the idea of jumping into a cargo plane or a heavy and going around the world and see in places and say go into the eighty ninth for me was as you know there's another opportunity to go around the world fly. Dignitaries and five star hotels have a blast while you're doing it and just continue on my educational locational flying surveys great. I'm still just going to be chuckling at Fast Pansa like I'm lucky if I remember my adult pants. Somebody is hopefully going to have that. Call sign here in what I have to ask was the first day you came into the eighty ninth aircraft of course many of them have the special paint job Abban it. How did you feel walking in the door starting to see those aircraft? They had to get pretty exciting right. Now is the greatest feeling ever I mean it was you got hired by by a group of people that were the best of the best and they they felt that you could make the cut so good and as a Gulfstream three guy seeing the blue and whites and coming coming in flying senators congressman all the VIP's in Washington DC was truly an honor and nothing wrong with staying clean while you're flying line as well and you stayed in your dress uniform and while you're flying you get a nice meal. Get a chance go to the restroom. I joke around because my my son's a growl or pilot in the navy so he he's a fighter guy and that's all I ever hear from him is you know how dad you're just a pilot where he's an exceptional channel pilot because he can he can land on an aircraft carrier all the time but you know I'm always telling him you know when I turn around and I have a great meal and get a chance to go to the restroom he he's not but we have a good time with the how in the world did did an air force guy ever. Let let us get end up in the navy is the craziest thing ever he was going in the Air Force National Guard and then they delayed as pilot training slot by two years so he we weren't Phoenix scenic send I came home from flying one day and he said Hey I just went down to the recruiter downtown in the navy. They say they can get into pilot training next month I just have to go through T S era. OTC or whatever the navy calls it and sure enough they they loaded him up and he was often. He was ready to go so he's he's been he's been loving it. I mean life is so all my navy friends and flying with those guys is always different but now that I've got a son do it. It's it's incredible. Some of the things those guys do a tween. He flies at the Hornet guys. I guess I guess the crawler is pretty much hornet with the with the gun but he's he does a lot of crazy stuff tough and he's deploying a lot and he's happy skit on the planet because he's flying four or five times a week but we thank you for your service but but by extension your son Your family serves thank you in that way and that's that's certainly greatly appreciated it. He's doing a little bit of a little bit of reading the other day about some of the history of presidential pilots and obviously on on the twenty five or what we think of traditionally as Air Force One first and foremost for those that don't know what's important point that that simply a call sign that any anything other within a marine or navy aircraft that the president's aboard any air force aircraft is given that Call Center Force One correct definitely so President Bush flew the Navy Levy plain out to the to the Rim Lincoln that was navy one so it was at the first time we'd ever had a navy one those my understanding and as a navy did it it it was hilarious because they had like five of them all lined up case of a one broke the next one broke and the next one kinda worried about it. We're not gonNA screw the navy brother really worried about that. I can only only imagine and and obviously the the large airplanes have you know on the seven forty sevens were excited when I think of his. Vc Twenty five was that a three person crew flightdeck were you still maintaining a just have a flight engineer some forty seven the VC twenty-five seven forty seven two hundred so it has actual flight engineer position to pilots and a navigator position. Oh it was four women cruel frontier so anyway with with no disrespect to the to those but when you think about what I'm going. I'm going with all this. Is We think about the the command pilot position sort of you were part of a crew but but but you're sort sort of the face of the crew as that once you're in the left seat and when we talk about presidential pilots there's only really been a handful of people in that position when you going back to sort of the end of the Roosevelt administration before he died and independence is the number I saw it with something like it seemed impossibly small like only fifteen sixteen people or or something like that would have been sort of left seat command pilot on an air force aircraft carrying the president and that was powerful to me to the small small number nine so that the presidential pilot I was number twelve so you're assigned to the president so you're actually assigned to the president there seven the other pilots in the unit. They're all presidential pilots but tradition is the presidential pilot numbered pilot is going to do all take off and landings from the left seat because you're you're you're basically assigned to the president and your deputy. When you're GONNA will do all the take off Atlanta from the left seat with the president on board? Everyone goes through the a civilian training as a captain. We all get captain qualified so you can always fly from the left seat every one of us but the experience level so high so you've done the presidential pile on the left seat. You're co-pilot is equally as qualified. He's not a youngster he's been in the military minimum of ten or twelve years flying heavies and so he he or she is all set ready to go but there's always a backup plan as well so even though you're not in in the left seat of the primary aircraft. There's a good chance you'll be in the left seat of the backup aircraft command of that and that's how you get the majority of train in the seven forty seven interesting so you said you were number twelve now. Is that a numbering system that goes back forty so that's it goes back to the days of when they basically when the seven oh sevens came online they're hundred eisenhower. Truman right away works away on re to present day so so if you were the the twelfth then that means that before you started or just as you were about to start more people had walked on the moon than Bennett presidential pilot that really blows my mind yeah. It's it's truly an honor. That's the way I I look at it as you know. It's just how the the unity the tradition of the unit is you know and same with the Marines Marines and Marine One.

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"star hotel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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World Cup star's hotel room burglarized during ESPYs

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

World Cup star's hotel room burglarized during ESPYs

"Right write a story in the world of soccer a member of the U. S. women's national team had her wedding ring cash and the queue to New York City stolen from her hotel room while she was attending the espys this week she wants the espys with the rest of her team she came back to our hotel room wedding ring was gone cash was gone and she was just given the key to New York City that was stolen from her room she put out a tweet I she joked with the mayor of New York asking if they keep any spare keys to the city sounds like they do it sounds like she'll still get that key but an up and down week for some I guess with the U. S. women's

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Homelessness & social housing

Planet Money

07:08 min | 2 years ago

Homelessness & social housing

"I met Chris at a park in Manhattan. Tell me what your nickname is black. That's the shortness of I last night. Chris likes good bottled water, the Mets the Knicks and the jets in that order and chocolate butterfinger hours eating when you approach. Chris has a daughter who just finished her second year of college carry a picture right on my phone. High school graduation, robe valedictorian. Wow. He's been helping her out a bid putting some money in her pocket, but she treated him to lunch today for the past eight years. I think I've been paying her phone Bill and my phone Bill and now she because I'm in this situation, she actually paid the phone, Bill FIS in is I think I did a good job raising. I know say good feeling Chris became homeless a month and a week ago, I was on a train for two nights before I got before I got into the system. That's not too good because I didn't know about two hotels. The hotels, Chris checked into a hotel in Manhattan, a couple of days ago and all the rooms at this hotel are completely occupied by men who are homeless paid for by the city. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Sally home, and I'm Sarah quintiles today on the show. We look at how New York City ended up renting thousands of hotel rooms for the homeless. Also, how solving homelessness might be surprisingly cheap and how the first step in solving? It is learning how to count. This message comes from NPR sponsor each rate. Investing your money shouldn't require moving mountains, no matter how much or how little experience, you have each raid makes investing simple along with great value. They provide the tools and support you need to navigate the markets. All to help your money, work hard for you. For more information visit each Ray dot com slash NPR. Each rate securities, LLC member sipc. It's nineteen sixty five a white minister is murdered in some Alabama. But no one is held to account more than fifty years later. We return to the place where it happened to call ally, ally and finally solve this murder white lies from NPR new episodes drop. Tuesdays? People in New York City, have what's called a right to shelter. That means New York City is legally obligated to find a bed for every person who needs one every single adult every family every couple every night of the year. If the shelters are full people cannot be turned away. So the city, rents blocks of hotel rooms entire floors entire hotels, just for the homeless, some or sort of like a shelter hotel hybrid. Some are five star hotels with paying customers on some floors, and homeless families on others, the hotel Chris's at doesn't allow him to have any visitors. So I couldn't get in. Actually, I want to see. So this is your windows, overlooking park, and that's my bed deer and this doesn't look like a hotel bed known, like it's not hotel furniture right up, his the headboard. Of what they had, I guess, a Queen or king size. The headboard is still out there, but everything else was taken away. So they could put these two cats. What I call them cuts. Yeah. Twin bed on, on meadow, removed the, the official hotel furniture the hotel that Christmas day at is a big hotel chain. You've heard of it, you seen signs from the side of the freeway, but we're not going to name the hotel because the city told us that in the past when people have found out that certain commercial hotels or housing the homeless those hotels dumped the homeless guests overnight leaving the city's scrambling to find new hotel beds for them all the hotel rooms. The city uses are technically shelters with the rules of shelter. You have to be in by ten PM, and you can't be in the hotel during the day. If you're not working, you have to be out between hours nine to five as far as food and drink water can't bring anything else in their ways. You could sneak some candy bars, and they check your socks. But if you take the candy bar on put in the back of your side, they don't they don't they don't check that at this hotel it's two strangers to a room they each get a locker for their staff because they're strangers. And Chris says his roommate is a big snore who keeps the room to Colt in his bed. He remained hoses on by the window. Very close to each other. Does it feel like a hotel? We're actually does you do get the some service there. We get the linen. That chance. But the inside is, is, is looks like a hotel last year. The city spent three hundred and sixty four million dollars about a million dollars a day, using hotels as shelters. And of course, it's been even more money on traditional shelters. Yeah. The city has to do this by court. Order right to shelter has been around since nineteen Seventy-nine a group called the coalition for the homeless was behind the right to shelter. But even they say that things have turned out kind of weird Giselle rue the air with the coalition says they never thought, it'd come to hotel beds. It's far cheaper to provide housing and not only is it cheaper. It's more humane thing to do. It just makes logical financial immoral sense. Housing, it costs about forty thousand dollars a year to shelter, a single adult like Chris in New York City, and treselle says that is so much more than what it would cost to help Chris rent in apartment, basically double the cost of renting him. An apartment as the city is now spending, or greater and greater share sheltering tens of thousands of people. They need to be thinking about solutions to start housing people, so that they can not be spending billions of dollars on shelter costs in perpetuity, and cities all over the country, spent huge amounts on temporary shelter, even though housing is often cheaper than shelter. Not always we're gonna get into some of the nuances in a minute. Either way, Chris says he wants out I gotta go. I could stay you know, so I do everything I can get out of the system. Chris, MRs cooking in a kitchen. Chef ramsay. But I like to cook my own meals at twenty minutes, I less. Do you miss cooking Righetti tomato sauce and the city they get it? They say, yeah. These hotels are expensive, so they're phasing out commercial hotel use. But it'll still take five years, and they're investing more in permanent affordable housing.

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Pakistan attack: Gunmen storm five-star hotel in Balochistan

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Pakistan attack: Gunmen storm five-star hotel in Balochistan

"With more on the attack the Pearl Continental hotel group Kuldip unnoticed on Nibiru army has claimed responsibility for the attack. It's a it's an arm set Potisk loop. And it says it was targeting Chinese and foreign investors. This militant group is part of a long running nationalist insurgency in the. Province of Baluchistan, his sons, most deprived province and militants claim. It's natural resources of being exploited by outside security forces killed all four

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4 assailants, 1 guard killed in hotel attack in SW Pakistan

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

4 assailants, 1 guard killed in hotel attack in SW Pakistan

"Possible terrorist attack in Pakistan officials say three to five terrorists were firing on the first floor of the Pearl Continental hotel in Guedar the port city on the south west coast in the province of block, STAN at last report Pakistan security, forces were inside the hotel engaging with the shooter's the BBC reporting that most of the guests at the hotel have been evacuated. The Pearl Continental is a five star hotel frequented by tourists and business people the separatist black STAN Liberation Army said it was behind the attack targeting Chinese and other foreign investors. The militant group opposes Chinese investment. Saying it is a little benefit to local

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Coordinated attacks in Sri Lanka kill more than 200 people

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Coordinated attacks in Sri Lanka kill more than 200 people

"From NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein in Sri Lanka, two hundred seven people have been killed in a series of bombings that have also injured hundreds of others and the death toll could rise as NPR's Laura and Freyer reports the blast went off at churches packed for Easter Sunday and five star hotels. More than two dozen of the dead are foreigners who were staying at luxury hotels and attending church on Easter Sunday. Sri Lanka's foreign minister says that toll could rise local TV shows parisioners dragging the wounded from bloodstained church pews, Sri Lanka's, defense minister, says most of these blasts are believed to be the work of suicide bombers seven people have been arrested, but thorns won't comment on who. They are a nighttime curfew is in place and Monday and Tuesday have been declared government holidays, meaning schools and offices are shut the attacks. Come as Sri Lanka was just about to Celebes. Ten years of peace since the end of its bloody twenty six year, civil war. There's been no

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Pakistan leader criticises Modi of stoking 'war hysteria'

FT News

07:58 min | 2 years ago

Pakistan leader criticises Modi of stoking 'war hysteria'

"Imran Khan was praised action quickly to avert conflict with India last month after flareup intentions that followed a terror attack in Cushman, but Pakistan's prime minister says he is worried his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi may be stoking unimpressively to beast, his electro prospects, Stephanie Finley our South Asia correspondent spoke to Mr. Khan and Johnston. I sing discusses the interview with Stephanie and with Amy Kazman our South Asia bureau chief. Chose to India to try and have civilized relationship and resolving all shoes through dialogue. But the response. I got early on. I realized that because of the Indian elections we should not expect anything positive, but we were apprehensive that some incident would happen and Paloma happened. I felt that Mr. Modi's government used that to build this war hysteria. It could have gone anywhere once the jets bombed us, and we want them. So fortunately, it stopped. But I'm still apprehensive before the elections. I feel that the something happen Amy has anger in India over the pharma terror attack in February east off or is Mr Hun right to worry about another flare up during the Indian election period, the Indian missile strike at Bala coach was obviously a very significant event because it ended this long tradition of India's strategic restrain. Paint in the face of pug, sunny provocation and terror attacks believed to emanate from Pakistan in the past no matter what had happened, including the horrific Mumbai terror attacks in which one hundred sixty six people were killed in Porsche five star hotels and a two thousand one tack on the Indian parliament in. None of these cases to India turn to military retaliation, the situation is different now because prime minister Narendra Modi has really tried to adopt a much more muscular stance towards Pakistan. But the thing is that part of the reason that India was able to conduct this missile strike without triggering international. Outrage was because of the previous nearly two decades of serious strategic restraint. So as some commentators said India was kind of spending the political capital that had been accumulated by previous leaders. Now, I do not think given the current situation where I mean, the immediate crisis is over. There was an initial attack Mody said, we're not gonna take this anymore. And we're gonna teach you a lesson. There was a flare up of stability and the shooting down of the plane, but after the handing back of the captured Indian fighter pilot back to India and an immediate de-escalation. It looks to me and to most strategic analysts that the phase of hostilities is over and I don't think India could just all of a sudden out of a blue suddenly strike at Pakistan, again, the international community would react very strongly to that. India actually had support from the international community for doing it. There have been signaling from the United States that they would accept something like this. But that is only because they felt India had behaved so responsibly and with such restraint in the face of past provocations. So I don't think like suddenly out of the blue. We're gonna wake up and find that, you know, motive for some domestic political reasons without any provocation has launched a new attack on puck. Stan, However, I do feel and many fear that if there is some kind of next terror attack in India between now and the end of the election or even after the election that India has set a new threshold, and it will be really compelled and determined kind of react once again with military force, which could then lead to a whole 'nother cycle of esscalation on violence. So spy gunman came into power in August, two thousand eighteen we immediately resolved that you know, we cannot take the stance anymore where you have these armed groups in our country a legacy of the von jihad in the eighties. We cannot afford being blamed for any terrorist activity like Barama like what happened. So we've already cracked. Down on them. We all these dispensing the whole setup in a state. The monopoly of force arms has to be the state. You can't have groups operating here. Because whatever the reasons of creating the groups, and we know the militant groups were created to fight the jihad it makes no sense right now. So it's for our own self interest that we need to get it of the groups Stephanie Mr Hahn was insistent that he has done more than any other recent Pakistani leader to disband militant groups in Pakistan is this convincing. He has made an effort he has closed. A lot of the Madras says the schools he has shut down around two hundred of those. He has also arrested scores of people linked to terrorist groups, and we have seen this before from Pakistan. So the question is whether or not he'll be able to keep up the momentum. That is what everybody is watching and one. During about because in the past we've seen similar crackdowns only to scale back once the international pressure is off something that is encouraging though is that Pakistan is working to meet the condition set by the financial action task force which works to control and stop financing to terrorists. And this is something that is new for Pakistan, and it's designed to target financial flows to terrorist groups, and they were put on the grey list and in order to get off the grey list. They have to meet certain conditions, and they have made changes. However in a recent review fat of said, look, you're not doing enough. You know, the legislation may be there, but the action on the ground or an essence the enforcement of these new policies is not being done enough. So Pakistan wants to get off the grey list. They really want to bring investment in. In their economy is in dire straits. So hopefully, this provides enough pressure to see some reform in an area that has been a big issue the link this is a moment, but the dash mobile that India, the boy who blew himself up nineteen year old boy was a Kashmiri Indian boy, and he is better and said how he was radicalize. Some abuse by the security force. So it was it was an Indian boy Indian operation Indian car and then explosive why was Pakistan blamed Michigan says he doesn't have enough evidence to arrest Masud as head of the Pakistan based Jesse Mohammed. Does he have a point when he says the Paloma attack was planned and carried out in India itself, the Pam attack happened in Indian administered? 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"star hotel" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Start Here

"I'm not joking to a five star hotel the CO turkeys live as they await this year's presidential pardon even got access to their special suite at the Willard hotel where these turkeys, essentially have three rain, wait. No, they don't actually have free reign in the hotel room. Do they really they really do? I interviewed the national Turkey federation chairman and the turkeys our actually up on the bed for the interview is yours poultry liberties or named peas and carrots, and if you're wondering, yes, she did ask them for comment. How do you feel about your pending pardon? Expecting this. Response from the turkeys, Mr. dish and goes all the way back to ABRAHAM LINCOLN when his son asked to spare their dinner, but the tradition as we know it today only really started in earnest under president, George H W Bush who was the first to say Turkey, I hereby pardon you. So you would think the Bush family would be well respected in the bird community. But even the best behaved turkeys Brad have been known to act up. There was one Turkey that almost took a bite out of George W Bush, and that becomes a secret service issue. Right. So in recent years, they don't just pick random does. These are specially trained turkeys since they've been hatched. They have been exposed to bright lights to music to crowds that has freed up recent presidents to make really awful dah jokes. No way. I'm cutting this habit. Cold Turkey, think about this within this flock. These birds were literally in competition to see who could be the best behave. The most photogenic may have narrowed it down from a flock of fifty turkeys to these to the most. Well. Behaved turkeys. The White House is literally spent this month talking about sentence reforms. Well, this could get controversial. Because it's not a given. These two will behave as Jordan was meeting them one of them. I guess the interview went onto long a had a little accident on the bed. Mid interview. My theory they were responding to our Turkey puns. Jordan could literally not go thirty seconds without flying off the handle and make a joke. Not to make a meal out of it. I'm just saying do you ready? This is going to have all of Washington aflutter today. You can start here tomorrow..

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"star hotel" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"For example. America five-star hotel, which they called building back high t. these sane obscene is the right word, but not just a little bit obscene. It's extremely obscene place, notions of charity. Would you advocate is an unconditional universal, basic income and entitlement? Yes. This would be an income which is out position on this is going back to the early Republican views and the idea that you kinda unless you had the the most basic human rights of all, which is the right to maturity instance guaranteed you kind of exercise so be she's kind of exercise any other rights. And so for me, Danny comes, my coal comes acted as an economist, and so she oughta just not come as anthropologist and sociologist. But from the human rights perspective, you know, it's a basic human rights kinda. If you have your means of material existence, guaranteed you take a size rather, right. So what we did was to discuss it in terms of Justice and in terms of ten do and can be done with progressive taxation. And we've proved it with very meticulous study here in Spain and cuts Luna. What it means is that the top ten percent would lose. They would receive the basic income, but they pay more in tax. Maybe another twenty or fifteen percent would break even. But everybody else would Dame. But the basic income would, of course have to be about the public- line here in the United States. There's some discussion of this universal basic income. In fact, some very rich people from Silicon Valley talking about it, but they seem to be speaking not of an income that is sufficient to cover folks, basic needs. But a supplement five hundred dollars, maybe eight hundred dollars a month and it seems very curiously like a supplement to the kind of gig economy, the terrible things that pass for jobs that these same rich people are producing in this country. Yeah, I made his debut of it. I mean, it happened Auburn, I've again good ideas on the last, get appropriated by the right who then tried to water them down and turn them into something else, but still using the same name to discredit the left. So I mean, this can go back to on maces and the Kaga school who also advocated something that they code a basic income. But with the Finland experiment, for example, which is quite recent. The idea, the right wing is too bullish, all welfare services, and then make the population dependent on their whim of the amount of money. I think they should get and also. You can. You know, said it won't be unconditional. Now stop imposing kinds of conditions. So you know, we've got to be a will behave, so policing public in order to get what they decide to give us. So I'll version of basic income as we care for decide this is not a revolutionary measure. It could be revolutionary when everybody's empowered by having an income, so they don't have to worry about staying novel feeding the kids having a roof over their heads..

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"star hotel" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Science... sort of

"S from big for Montana succeed. Thank you so very much for writing in and giving us a few topics to look forward to also thank you for giving us a little bit of your hard earned money to make it possible for us to not have to pay out of. Pocket to be able to do this. So let's give her thesis. She's earned it yet. And then we is a thesis so sharks, well, we could. We could base it off of our discussion about the fossil field trip. We just went on or we could use the information from her Email. Okay. So from her Email, she loves volcanoes in tarp. It's gotta be a five star hotel within walking distance of the liberated. It's in downtown LA. I mean, there is absolutely a five-star hotel. What if she studied the effect the proxy the proximity effect of five star hotels on fossil field? Yeah. How about fossil diversity? Since we've been talking about how there's just so much to. Yeah, fossils diversity. I start with tell effect of five star hotels on fossil diversity. Canucks study case study of lifted on from the liberal carpets preserved? Well, do include something about the Hainault because there's a lot of very amazing preservation volcanic ash will. It could just be covered Nash within the British carpet. Got like ashfall in Rasco, or I'm guessing there's not a five star hotel. That you had good point that? Yeah, we talk about that in the response and comparative study between LeBron Asheville. I like that it comparative study betwixt she she, she mentions statistical process control. Do we wanna add a little statistics? We say the statistical effect. Okay. There you? Yeah. Inc? Yes. All right. Statistical affect a five-star hotels on fossil diversity. A comparative study between the carpets ashfall fossil beds. Hey occasion, Java, fantastic. Desus all the hard work of studying using that grant money to stick and five star hotels really paid off? Yes. Right? You're up. All right. So I have and I tunes review. And so this IT review is titled refreshing and a full five stars given on June twelve of year by five star ratings. So we've been doing a push. There's been a push for new is doing reviews. We unfortunately have gotten one other not five star review since the pushes happen. So we've probably by lost even a little ground, but people have been great. And there've been a lot of newer views lately, and it's kept us very well placed in the ranking. So I wanna thank everyone who's written review since I started pushing for it and I haven't figured out what, but I'm thinking about something I can do to as as you know, prize for the people who've written review. So. Just out of curiosity, is that one star review, kind of like some of the other one-star reviews that we read where the complaints are like, not really associated with what we're actually doing. One that knocked down from a full five stars for overall rankings was actually at two star review, and it said we needed a tighter script, which I agree, but the jokes on you don't have a scripted all this is this show if anything has been one of our more tightly plotted plan shows in in a while we went on the road. So. So this I tunes review is from creme k. j. k. and they say as a scientists stuck in a world of well, just stuck in today's world. This show is so incredibly refreshing to listen to solid host, solid guests and come away learning a fun fact every episode. Thank you for making me look forward to taking long drives and we thank you cram k. JK for listening to us. This is this review for reason because I'm gonna ask you, have you run a knife into view for the show. Public. Right. Well, I knew my homeland rating about her favorite episodes. Those ones with bulk Ainhoa guy. She was busy. She was busy organizing fossils by size so that I can support a proper distraction. But yes, even if you've been on the show or Noah's personally, you can still hide your name and your username and write us an eye view. So. And all would be helpful. Thank you. Thank you. Yes, thank you very much for the eighteenth revere. Yes, we really appreciate Sabe ruled kind of eighteen view five stock Trump things up. I have a Email from Morgan be subject line is Panama science, and the messages hug is my family is going to Panama Cologne, Panama City..

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"star hotel" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Yeah, that ghosts spooky. Yeah, right. So the first Transylvania is Dracula single father? Yep. We start the movie with him tending to his daughter. Corrects cute opening. Yeah. Then he's going full tilt on the animated wacky, right, right being silly, but also which just like nice to open a movie with like three minutes of guy being good. Okay. I mean the whole movies being either these dad, I know, but they don't saddle you with the tragic backstory at the beginning. I like that they don't start with the wife staff the, yes, that's true. It's not like finding nemo where it leads with horror, right? They just like opened on a fun note of watching him chaser around. They both have powers and she's on the ceiling and all of that. And he just starts dreaming of a sanctuary place where that can be safe from the outside world. That's the big notion of the first movie can't, but like it's like a five star hotel to expensive is very, this is honestly the only problem with the whole franchise, the hotel do they have to pay like? Is it a sanctuary like right. Right. What currency are the, what is it like the euro now is Romania ee you like to think about that. Hungary or wherever the fuck it is the moment we're actually between those two, the more. What the fuck is going on in this movie is when he starts playing hotel and there's like the one goblin who's like his like architect construction. You know, the guy I'm talking about though? Yeah, always standing sideways shambling heads at a Tel. And get the movie gets through all this very quickly. Open town. We go two years later and it's now Mavis is one hundred and eighteenth birthday, right, right. But she's looks like twenty year old or whatever because she's eighteen. She's eighteen hundred and eighteen of course. Right. Right. Right. Sheds grownup. It's like her. Vermont's ocean. Right. Yeah, you know, like right there throwing this big party for her and she's always wanted to go onto the outside world. And the thing they keep on selling is the very simple, but affective inversion of monsters are being hunted by humans all the time. We can't go in the outside world. They're going to attack us. Yeah, I guess, except isn't it more? Isn't the concert more like that's how it was back in the eighteen ninety eight. Afraid they've been hiding, they've been high. They've all been again living in a hotel this somehow paid for, but I'll say this, the first one does open with all the monsters like arriving their luggage, and then too they never leave right. It's like Ben, like he's going to do this the season when they all come to visit. Right? He's like a hotel, California kind of situation. When you're when you're here, you never leave. When you hear your family. So it's like olive.

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"star hotel" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Good lord get ready for that there's definitely set san francisco has a problem they're ignoring they walk by everyone like it's normal but it's not normal i mean we were new york do but it's just like our like our the homeless people here in new york you know i don't the city's just better for it i guess i guess i don't know if we definitely do better with that by the way to build permanent housing as opposed to renting out four star hotels in midtown but that's absolutely do better but yeah i went into a walgreens and i would say thirty percent of the math forty percent of the clientele were homeless men with gaping open wounds yes a lot of you know i'm and i'm not going to be boosy in say like oh all these homeless people it's there's a problem here that needs to be addressed need medical assist yes there needs to be there is there are people here that need very that need help and none of them are getting it all lutely absolutely but that's why you know it's interesting you you have to be very careful you want to be you want to be fair and you wanna be you know you don't wanna just incarcerate and throw away drug users and all this kind of stuff but you have to have a middle ground between vancouver and you know like a police state in arkansas yeah you have to have a middle ground and have to have some commonsense san francisco is becoming a little bit more like vancouver every time we go yeah and we were on hastings street there in vancouver if you want like if you propose the idea of like legal heroin use in the streets or you know decriminalized used in the in public you just have to go to vancouver that's what it looks like if you're fine with it just know what you're getting down because it was living hell it was like straight out of you know hell raiser.

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"star hotel" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Beat ball over to your fucking dumb way extreme extreme cosa cosa shut down the steam rooms because people have been eating meatball sandwiches you actually go to a stephen that not in your like workout place it's just a steam room you go in my workout place but i usually just use the steamer today actually the first place i went to two steamers said because the equinoxes theme room on greenwich avenue shut down because the window is broken something in a major case happening in there today yeah guy got fuck so are the windows blew we just crank this subs stream kitchen the a window shatters i don't wear anything i'll tell you why because they go to an expensive gym and i feel like rich white people's feet are cleaner than people's feet go to matter fucking if i everywhere i go on the road in a hotel away ever i bring my rubber flip flops because the show yes hotels i'm saying in a five star hotel which never happened but all the bed no really there's never come into shower washed lang lang short i'm telling you i have licked bathtubs and you could taste it i hear you we can do towel down pack is you can just bring tacked on the road with you and spray to next on your feet before you put your socks on every show or that's what i do like a cut and you get a scaffold affect students for athletes foot.

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"star hotel" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

The Basketball Friends

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on The Basketball Friends

"Group as toys did you start there they'll since view um late and you're gonna be a little crazy to some hotel you stay there or you sleep at the airport lesson that using embraces the airlines they can do better but you gotta learn to love it rejects this free i don't know whatever star hotel listed you got embraced it was the best the basically told me like pretty much like you i kale bro like and that's the thing he said card to hanna is away worst in bogota so think about that think about that like card to hanna is beautiful don't get me wrong got a chance to be out in the ocean jumper in the water and will party on the yards and all this latest on haired thrown here i could tell us details dinner sorry di tell me go ahead nice we'll say it will save of light friday or something like ninety two colonial guess all i remember when i wanted to say that the best picture thing there that movies was okay it wasn't shape of water yes my mom jewish variety next year jazz it's knowledge browse clemencies watts it on a plane i watched a little play come back that's pitched six nombi i made this would that anybody's we saw splash tom hanks low splashes a classic i mean they may say the other thing i would be was was edward scissorhands as seen it live i didn't care about the fish is out there on a little white his come down to the point now you've got basically be in a sixteen to win but do it headline her that highly want her forced an monster ball.

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"star hotel" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Prince muhammad bin salman and now it appears that the accused of being offered a novel mechanism for having those charges dropped this report from ah arab affairs editor sebastian aisha a retreat for those who simply desire the royal treatment reads the slogan on the website at the ritz carlton hotel in riyadh that has taken on a tragedy colmey new meeting in the past fortnight as many of saudi arabia's richest men continue an involuntary and indefinite sleep over there at the discretion of unquestionably the most powerful man in the kingdom crown prince muhammad bin salman among those on mattresses in the five star hotel whose golden corridors hosted many of the world's most influential figures to a glittering conference just last month a princes and billion as the saudi authorities have said they're seeking hundreds of billions of dollars from the personal assets of those accused of epic embezzlement dating back decades reports on writers and the financial times could named sources saying what some might see as a shakedown has already begun with detainees being offered their freedom in exchange for huge watches of that cash a saudi political insider an analyst ali she hobby has suggested that this way of doing things could benefit all parties even if it doesn't meet fool international standards those who acquiesce will be allowed to go home quietly end with some of their wealth still intact while the crown prince can speedily fill the state coffers to fund his extraordinarily ambitious plans to transform saudi arabia without a long process that could have paralysed the country and the economy for years sebastian osher the uk has been told it has two weeks to address issues on the financial settlement when it leaves the eu the border with northern ireland if it once brexit talks to move onto trade next month the president of the european council donald tusk said britain must deliver much more progress the british.

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"star hotel" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"It is a five star hotel yes it is a five star hotel there are there are some heavy hitters jump it in in trying to help move through this you might be familiar in in the us we've got google in china it's a company called alibaba that is china the chinese version of google uh the head of the founder of alibaba jack ma is now lobbying the chinese government to get jello and fellow freshman cody riley in jaylen hill released from china after they stole those louis vitton sunglasses ucla has deep ties with china from its pride this is his statement from its pride of place among prospective chinese students to its ubiquity is a brand in east asia mom meanwhile basically the jeff basil's of china with a net worth around forty billion dollars is jumping in in trying to mitigate exactly what's going on over there i think if we get yes and get real a by me and joking about you know chinese were camps in chinese prisons and all that stuff he's a kid he stole per sunglass yes he did i mean you should never do this anyway but he really good at the wrong glenn did it in the wrong you play not want to do this in china this would not be jyle earlier mean it would be news but it would not be international new way obviously wouldn't be at a hotel if you did this in the state no no ab home i mean he's in a country where three to ten years is the sentence for shopping can be a he's not going to get three to ten years it had a rash markazi our friend who's over there says uh probably he will be released within thirty days and maybe sooner than that he's not going to return home with the bruins those two freshman are also going to be there in that hotel until things can be adjudicated but this is not a capital crime except that had happened in china yeah i mean look you you've got to know you got to know where you.

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"star hotel" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"star hotel" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Not every day on it sometimes i i have other simon site i have to do articles or already pizza wrote on girls that was good that was a that was tight not just a a few things a few things that i liked about girls a few things that the most critical about stunning has done a great job within and how house era how's your health my health is is pretty good pretty good now i you know i remember when you had it with hamid would a quadruple bypass ya two years ago wolf scary i i can't imagine man i just found out that my um my heart arteries were a five star hotel for plaque you just found out i did i just i found out two years ago i had no idea the my uh the widowmaker when they call the widow maker that was one hundred percent block oh my gosh i'd blockages one hundred eighty aunts and one hundred eighty one hundred eighty percent eighty percent sixty percent by had you've been late dg did you have high cholesterol no you didn't you had a no high cup cholesterol does nothing wrong with my heart so what the dock say has a happen some people uh arteries or just the the perfect place for uh black for the plaque to collect 'cause i went and get one of those calcium scans just recently just because it someone said i could just go do it and i i should i got a little in their there yeah i to it won't kill you if it'll the right things are are done or dernier so when like i noticed when letterman had his did you find did a change era emotionally changing did you wake up feel more sensitive for more like life was warmer where you actually you feel more vulnerable right or you get the press the times just realizing that uh.

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