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The Trump 'clown-iverse' continues

Between The Lines

09:55 min | 3 weeks ago

The Trump 'clown-iverse' continues

"Another crazy waken US politics. Remember this. Now back they sure you. In fact, let people know Senator I'm not going to answer the question. Because the question. Just as radical left would you out Mason who is on your list? Not. Surprisingly, the media responds to the debate especially Donald Trump's plan rudeness it was overwhelmingly hostile wasn't it? Couple of days later, trump was diagnosed with code. After mixed messages about health trump got in a car and run around waving to supporters. Then he was released from hospital he returned to the White House and he went on one of those twitter rants among other things. He told the American people not covid even though he's doctor has said, he may not entirely be out of the woods yet. So, what does all this main awake after the debate and only weeks before the US presidential election and what does it mean for America's image in the world? For answers. Let's turn to a leading. American Common Taito a conservative who says he's quite sick of living in what he calls Donald Trump's clown verse or drama drivers over believers or I can't believe these guys actually the president. Verse. Brad. Stevens is a columnist with the New York. Times, and formally with the Wall Street Journal, where he won a Pulitzer Prize for opinion writing I should just warn you all that he comes to us via a scratchy on in Manhattan. Bread. Welcome back to the Shire. Back Be Sydney. Well, the rate is of the New York Times I can't wait to see the end of trump you yourself are prominent never trump you your New York Times columnist this week you say you was trump will give us just a few reasons why I wish a speedy recovery. I think to wish ill. To reduced to his level on that, of course, it's been. Core of the trump EST project which has been to based political norms and diminish moral standards. So why would I wanNA join trump along along that road a bit for more narrowly political reasons. I. Wish it well, because God forbid he were to die before the election, he would go down so to speak a undefeated. And what I hope is that a resounding electoral defeat in November and I'm speaking of the conservative. will put an end not only to the trump presidency, but she trumpism as a an ideological force. In American politics. Now. You rauch trump. The man needs to leave and lose because it's the only way the trump cult might die it unsubscribe to the cult trump obviously. Is that why you among that never trump was. Are exerting very little influence on the political right in America these days. You know I I hear that and. I was struck by the disconnect between my supposed- irrelevance and irrelevance might never trump fellow travelers. And the fact that the president. Describing us as human scum the conservative press keeps denouncing us if we're really quite so irrelevant, you think they want to go so much energy. Truth. Election that is probably going to turn on a small number of a relatively small number of voters in swing states, and so I think we're not quite so relevant have some people allege and stressed that never trump is include many prominent conservatives lock yourself William Kristol George Will Max Booed David. Brooks. David. From and Applebaum. Jennifer from there among others. But you see your critics would respond inside the Elat media consensus with there on the left or the never trump conservatives they've been consistently against trump wrought from that said. And Nights. I haven't you guys foul to understand what got America trump and indeed Britain brexit in the first place. You know. I'm not quite sure I agree with the analysis. Is and came about in part because there was unquestionably failure of the mainstream conservative establishment, which I guess I was park in recognizing some of the populous tides in American politics. I think it candidate for a much more specifically than which was a luxury crisis. In Europe, but went unchecked help create brexit brexit had knock on effects in the United States. As well, and and I would add a larger point com, which did you those who are listening here are left in any healthy democracy need a mortally healthy a conservative movement. There's no democracy that doesn't have a conservative side of politics. and. So even our adversaries are opponents politically should want us to succeed want a conservative movement that is optimistic that is inclusive that is in favor of growth, and that favors the open society and the free world. That's the way I can feel, okay my politics, they remained unchanged from the days before trump and hopefully will remain unchanged. Have said analysis requires us to listen attentively to individual voters tell us about your subject to Chris you right about her and you'll recent York Times call him. She's a registered Democrat and a trump voting lesbian store manager from Manhattan, and she fits none of the cultural demographic stereotypes of the trump by Brett tell us about Chris. Chris is a woman who is well educated. Well traveled and as you mention, she is She's gay and she the trump supporter and I one of the things that I I occasionally will be with my column in The New York Times. Is. Essentially. handed over not not fully. But at least partially handed over to Voice of that I think the predominantly liberal leadership of the Times. Need to could here because What she observed is that at least until the pandemic, her savings accounts or pension or private pension account for the United States a call four one ks. Arising smart. The economy was doing better in her view than it had been under Obama and that that's the counted for voters like her as opposed to you know questions about the president's mannerisms or read myths or his coarseness on the world stage and I wrote it Tom for the simple reason that Hillary Clinton would it become president? Her supporters hadn't been so convinced. That it was only a bunch of rednecks Yak. In the middle of the country, we're going to the trump. He is indeed and make the point. She's not an outlaw. She's a red voter in a blue state. My guest is Brit Stevens he's an award winning columnist with the New York Times. And we're talking about. Well, let's be frank. The crazy times in American politics. Let's turn to the debate bridge sixty years ago October nineteen sixty. The World Watch the Kenji Nixon debates we were too young. We went even. We weren't even born. To civilized will informed holly. Intelligent. Courteous Navy combat veterans are both in their forties. And yet six decades later. The world's being shocked and horrified. By the time of the first presidential debate these to all men engaging in A. An angry angry exchange is the best the both major parties can offer the American people sixty how's it come to these? You know when I was when my wife I ever watched, my wife has his permanent immigrants United States actually came a citizen. BECCA very. And I have to turn to her engine apologize for bringing her country because it was mortifying fortunately, the United States is a lot more than its leader. But debasement of politics has been long the making and it's one of many reasons why I just can't accept trump as president even though can time-to-time agreeing with his policies because he is he has brought the state about politics shoot a level that. Be chargeable to describe it as over Banana Republic and and you know onto. The Kennedy Nixon debates that I am are well enough to follow up one of the great issues that debate. The status of key Moi in Matsue, he's a little time with his island off the coast of mainland. Just unimaginable that piece to standard standard-bearers would have that kind of exchange although I. Walked by what Action Nowhere Chemo in that. So actually are. Yes you said that Donald Trump in that debate was channeling Alec Baldwin Channeling Donald Trump and yet he was holy himself. I get all that but is a more wrong with America than Donald, trump, Brad Stevens yet they're into lot more. You know I think Adam Smith Donald trump is a symptom of of some of that ruined but in seeking to an Australian audience I think it's worth remembering and reminding this audience that there could. Be Fixed his right in America

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"taito" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:32 min | 4 months ago

"taito" Discussed on WJR 760

"This is the Taito beautiful pombe it's it's it's yeah you go eat your donut going on but at least they were involved in involved in the hearing yeah another board meetings was in Louisiana the person speaking I guess got a sick of the other person was on the home shopping network is this happened while we talk about Robert E. Lee while we talking about racism in history in this country all right it is but I've got a problem we'll be talking to you because you don't give a damn and it's clear but it'll tell you what to say my answer is to say about the U. K. continue after the body shop he's also the thing that you took a picture of a shopping so please enter the middle of a meat is about it's about Robert E. Lee how did they capture the person behind you before you got up yeah scrollable holds up with that word let me take a bridge or anyone the notion he was seventy yeah she couldn't vote against it now what's that Louisiana put out a statement today who is yeah fox news we will talk about Andrew Jackson statue I'm gonna play this and they just tell me what you the way he said it did it make sense this is rare come on Andrew Jackson nobody says you on a statue because you're perfect you on a statue your memorialized because the people in that generation said you made a huge impact how do you put a rope around his neck and try to tear down a statue the nation more twenty past and then to see this one hour later guys okay to see a one hour later you will not allow okay right he was wrong and a lot of points but not just because of all you said was if it was put up during your time in a lot of the statues we're not pull it right up until decades if not a century later right but the I think the ticket who directed that more than one hour these are the nation more and one hour later one hour later in a row the amazing thing is they built the statue in the I was a kid a lot over time with it and see if you can with the mold you know it must be credited as well with Donald Trump is unhappy with fox news this isn't it they have people on that network that are horrible vicious we have people that work for humor you have people that are.

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"taito" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:31 min | 8 months ago

"taito" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This yeah roasted in the oven and then they feel that all the juicy bits mix it with some cheese and water stick it back in the oven put more cheese on top yeah it's like an adult Taito skin all the best okay so yes we have that what let's keep going through the evolution it was like I think the baked potato originate right but then there was the twice baked potato yeah but then there was the like going back to the potato to do the healthy thing with the salsa how can I before we go to the phones I just want to tell you what really is trash into this when somebody comes at you with the potato option they save you what would you like on the status of Bradley order your steak hi I would like the rabbi please okay what would you like on the side I would like French fries okay well you have more options we do have a baked potato mashed potato French fries and rice pilaf first of all that is one of ours if if you get rice pilaf peel off your face in this that's the part where I'm like why do you even know what worries people just the word peel off just sounds gross like you did something he's got a huge payoff Jordan hi Jordan let's break up this crazy what's the trash potato option as far as you're concerned hi Jordan well I don't know who's probably does but I'm never been a fan of jail cell but it sounds I'm you know it's no rice pilaf but I'm sad for you think you Jordan I get it though I give it a cold potato not everybody likes everybody is here for the hold potato side I'm getting fries look I'm just not doing it I'm not doing it like I know you have to you know why though I think it is that I would get fries plus you don't make fries at home what do you make your tater salad I'm more likely to eat potato salad at home because I would have bought it but I like I like I don't buy French fries I don't make friends right now you can understand that but as a habit I don't because I would be all of them yeah so as a general rule we don't have fries so I always get fries because it's a treat yeah do you know what I mean like for the same reason I generally don't order the roast chicken on the menu post check in once a week and it's like I said it like that's why I won't get a baked potato at a restaurant because I'm like I can bake it easy at home I don't need your baked potato and a lot of times I do avoid a mashed potato because I don't know how you've mastered us all and I you know the thing I hate is like that French fancy S. mashed potato they leave the peels on there no I was gonna say words likes to be almost that's nasty I don't want that I don't like big thick I do like the peel on the yelling that Mateen do but I don't like to peel off okay also scalloped potatoes too by the you don't like them know I Love Me some scalloped potatoes rotten I want him I'll Gratton I do not want a scalloped white what do you got to get scalloped I just if I have to eat those disks of kind of crunchy potatoes medical person she's on it but is nearly creamed so yeah but I want cheese when we come back on the calendar I think check we have not covered all of the Britney spears information known to cover today we need to talk about how people are responding to Mr Jayden Federline long Instagram talked about his mother we'll talk about that after this on by talk one of seven one nothing but good times again with Jason and Alexis did you hear this one from Friday in the seven AM hour Hey what's up not much here biology did you know that a scorpion breeze by book longs and my sis have gills wasn't it kind of funny to hear Katie canines voice giving out animal information but not about cats and dogs hi this is mills with scorpions okay and what's going to stop bringing people if my husband wakes up from coma I don't think he's going to want to have the scorpion around anymore any kind of devices that can help I use a pinch Colorado right I.

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How Teladoc Health Approaches Clinical Quality, Meets Hospital Virtual Care Needs

The Voice of Healthcare

11:30 min | 9 months ago

How Teladoc Health Approaches Clinical Quality, Meets Hospital Virtual Care Needs

"So recently I came across an article On Talladega with the title. What's not to love about being in virtual healthcare? Maybe you can comment a little bit about the experience that you hope to create for patients as well as what safety and quality measurements. Do you as a clinician hoped to focus on through tele doc solution so I do believe that just like ten or twenty years ago when folks began exploring what it meant to be Devoting one's career to hospital medicine and we had that growing growing definition of the hospitalised. Actually the physician that coined that phrase Dr Bob Wachter WHO's the current chair? Uh of the Department of Medicine that. UCSF recently joined our medical advisory board. But I do believe that There will be in the years ahead. A growing field of medicine known as virtual care and that we will have virtual lists and virtual lists will have outstanding upstanding website manner if you will that ability to connect with patients and a highly personal way and then be able to offer that that individual a whole range of services. meaning that if that person for instance needs an expert medical opinion that virtuous can achieve that or if they need a type of referral to some type of specific expertise again the virtuous can care for that individual increasingly from our clients were getting Strong interest in virtual primary care. You're so this is an area that we believe is very ripe for development right now So no longer. Does it mean that your interaction with your virtual doctor is that episodic interaction but increasingly I do believe that there's a number of individuals who have a variety of chronic conditions diabetes hypercholesterolemia hypertension that really lend themselves into a longitudinal relationship with a clinical care team. And all of this can be done. Virtually what about quality and safety. What are you looking for? What are you tracking with these teams until talk solution so we believe that At the end of the day clinical quality is really what differentiates health In the market today and so we take clinical quality. Quite quite seriously actually Dr Bill Frist is On our board of directors electors and he tears up our quality and safety subcommittee and I would say that my job is a pretty easy job because when coming to that committee and having various ideas in terms of how we can move the quality needle I feel as though the quality and safety committee at CAL is a highly receptive audience for initiatives in these areas. So what are the some of these initiatives one. Our current General Medicine Program does see a tremendous amount of individuals who are suffering from upper respiratory illnesses. As you know there's a ramp's over prescribing of antibiotics And one initiative that. We've been very very focused on is antibiotic antibiotic stewardship. We're very happy to report that. We're currently working on a ARC grant With some researchers from the University of southern in California. Just around antibiotic stewardship. We do believe that we're currently tracking a bit better than brick and mortar in terms of Not Not over prescribing antibiotics. And yet we also feel so there's always room to grow We also feel as though there's ED overuse of steroids Being utilized for individuals who have a variety of upper respiratory complaints so using I using steroids indiscriminately is obviously not good for the patient. So this is another parameter that we're very carefully monitoring and then as you might imagine we look very carefully at our providers NPS scores that member satisfaction. We look at complaint rates. We look at visit time. We look at visit volume And ultimately what we have created for. Our clinicians is a dashboard. Because we do believe getting feedback on how you doing and how you're doing relative to your peers is a very important way that we can dr clinical quality On our expert medical services. We have a whole host of parameters that were routinely ainley tracking changes in diagnosis changes in treatment again. The member satisfaction being the hallmark of We're really trying to deliver care that is meaningful to the individual at the time that they're reaching out for care from Talbot Health. I Love Love The web side Care and As you as you mentioned when you were speaking about the virtual health care physician and I've never heard that before. I believe a lot of our listeners. When they hear virtual healthcare they are going to think that? There's this additional technologies in play other than what is at the normal Brick and mortar clinicians office. If you will could you discuss with us a little little bit about the technology you all are using that help. Sure so I I. I'd say that at its simplest. We really really feel as though we want technology to be deployed in a way that enhances coulda call quality so We do have the capabilities to integrate With Taito care for instance which is a way that one can Listen to someone's chest and look at their ear But we don't want these to be GATING obstacles So if the issue of the individual can be resolved with a simple phone call. Aw We will do that If the individual requires a video consultation. Of course we do that. With a high degree of frequency We also are always looking for digital therapeutics and other ways as in which we can deploy technology to enhance clinical quality. But it's not the other way around so we're not looking to just put if if you will sizzle into our program through integrating devices and technologies. That at the in the end result are not meaningful meaningful in terms of driving meaningful clinical outcomes. That's great so we're we're not adding tech just to have more technology and play. I I think I think we can all appreciate that. You mentioned that one of the largest growing areas is primary care and chronic diseases which is so important A lot of times a diabetic doesn't necessarily need to go in to see the clinician in person every week or every month month. So when I if I'm a diabetic do I have the same doctor each time or do I simply have tele doc health physician each time when I reach out to them. Right so Again we are just beginning to dip our toe if you will into the waters of virtual primary care but I think it is all centered around an individual's care team so it would be a physician. It would be some type of advanced practice. Clinicians being a nurse practitioner or physician assistant would be a medical assistant. And this would be the care team team that would be connected with the individual Seeking care. But it wouldn't be the general network work of general medicine providers. We really feel as though that personal care team will be key In terms of the success of the program. Yeah Lou I think That's a great point. I I like to highlight care team management and personalized. Care as much as I can. I think I think The clinicians that I've worked with over the years in the literature allstate that the healing process and maintaining wellness health. I come from a community so creating that upfront. And being part of the plan is huge no matter how high tech the solution might be a little bit of if you can you had. Yeah right I mean obviously I don't think either one of you on this call would disagree with that. I'm pretty sure our listeners would applaud that as well Not I tonight one point that I did want to make. Is that what we're trying to create in terms of our virtual primary care offering is much more than Instead of seeing me in the office on Brooklyn Avenue we can have a skype call and We can resolve your issue without you needing to come in and park and go through all that inconvenience. I do believe leave. That virtual primary care can achieve a higher level of clinical outcome through the successful deployment of Data analytics so that this program can be specifically targeted to individuals that we know we'll take full advantage digital therapeutics remote patient monitoring a I a lot of other resources that that frankly are not available to the general internist practicing in the office setting so that if one can if you will not only be prescribing medications but also be prescribing digital tools. That will help drive the the individual to a greater state of wellness. I think you can begin to see. How virtual care can in some instances exceed what is traditionally unle available through your routine? Hi Mary Care in a brick and mortar setting.

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Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is officially one of the NBA’s best young players

The NBA Show

02:57 min | 10 months ago

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is officially one of the NBA’s best young players

"With Gilders Alexander Alexander. I liked him as a prospect. I did not love him. And that's because of the jumper aspect I was like well. How real is this? He shot over eighty percent from the free throw line which is encouraging he had. Good touch on floaters layups which he still does. And that was encouraging he did shoot forty percent from three at Kentucky is just the had this. It's kind of like ugly looking form especially off the dribble and you wondered how much as a guard he could be a shock creator but even today you watch lots Gilders Alexsandr and you think about like the the construct of a guy like him at six foot six lanky with with at the time a questionable shot it it was hard to come up for successful comparisons for him in the NBA for what he could grow into. But a lot of Rondo right like that was a Rondo or even like you could have said even like a Michael Carter Williams. You could have said somebody like that too. And you know. Granted Carter Williams has had some good moments as without the reliable jumper. That's what's limited him as an offensive player. You could have said Shaun Livingston a highly successful player and I thought Gildas Alexander would be a success but this much this soon averaging nearly twenty points per game with efficiency doing what he's done. It's it's incredible to see that rapid development from year to year as a freshman at Kentucky to a rookie with the clippers. I am now a second year with the thunder and for this team moving forward to have this guy to build around with what is already a pretty nice young team in a transition phase with Chris. Paul there Galadari there. They could blow it up. Emplo the pull the plug on these veterans or they keep just trying to win around this youthful star and killed us Alexander but with all those picks you mentioned boy the amount of possibilities. This office is going to have moving forward to build and with Gildas Alexander. Somebody who can he can handle the ball more if you need him to. They don't run a ton of pick and roll with him. Because you have Chris Paul because he had a shrewd her but he can do more of it if necessary or you can continue to use him in this ball. Sharing role or multiple guys are handling the ball. I can't imagine how exciting it must be for Sam Prestige to sit in his office and imagine the possibilities. Moving forward with the draft picks they have in the assets that they could could utilize and trades. It largely comes down to Shay though he was the best asset. The best player they got in that deal and he's a reason why they would even do that. But with all those picks they can have fun. Were bored and if you're the clippers I mean look. This is why they did it. They were taking a run at the TAITO title but want. PG COLLI Warren No. That's what I'm saying right that it was it was almost contingent. You're not you're probably not getting coli. If if you're not getting Paul George. Has the story went but boy did they. Give up king's ransom my God

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Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is officially one of the NBA’s best young players

The NBA Show

02:57 min | 10 months ago

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is officially one of the NBA’s best young players

"With Gilders Alexander Alexander. I liked him as a prospect. I did not love him. And that's because of the jumper aspect I was like well. How real is this? He shot over eighty percent from the free throw line which is encouraging he had. Good touch on floaters layups which he still does. And that was encouraging he did shoot forty percent from three at Kentucky is just the had this. It's kind of like ugly looking form especially off the dribble and you wondered how much as a guard he could be a shock creator but even today you watch lots Gilders Alexsandr and you think about like the the construct of a guy like him at six foot six lanky with with at the time a questionable shot it it was hard to come up for successful comparisons for him in the NBA for what he could grow into. But a lot of Rondo right like that was a Rondo or even like you could have said even like a Michael Carter Williams. You could have said somebody like that too. And you know. Granted Carter Williams has had some good moments as without the reliable jumper. That's what's limited him as an offensive player. You could have said Shaun Livingston a highly successful player and I thought Gildas Alexander would be a success but this much this soon averaging nearly twenty points per game with efficiency doing what he's done. It's it's incredible to see that rapid development from year to year as a freshman at Kentucky to a rookie with the clippers. I am now a second year with the thunder and for this team moving forward to have this guy to build around with what is already a pretty nice young team in a transition phase with Chris. Paul there Galadari there. They could blow it up. Emplo the pull the plug on these veterans or they keep just trying to win around this youthful star and killed us Alexander but with all those picks you mentioned boy the amount of possibilities. This office is going to have moving forward to build and with Gildas Alexander. Somebody who can he can handle the ball more if you need him to. They don't run a ton of pick and roll with him. Because you have Chris Paul because he had a shrewd her but he can do more of it if necessary or you can continue to use him in this ball. Sharing role or multiple guys are handling the ball. I can't imagine how exciting it must be for Sam Prestige to sit in his office and imagine the possibilities. Moving forward with the draft picks they have in the assets that they could could utilize and trades. It largely comes down to Shay though he was the best asset. The best player they got in that deal and he's a reason why they would even do that. But with all those picks they can have fun. Were bored and if you're the clippers I mean look. This is why they did it. They were taking a run at the TAITO title but want. PG COLLI Warren No. That's what I'm saying right that it was it was almost contingent. You're not you're probably not getting coli. If if you're not getting Paul George. Has the story went but boy did they. Give up king's ransom my God

UK says it has struck deal to save troubled airline Flybe

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:40 min | 10 months ago

UK says it has struck deal to save troubled airline Flybe

"The future of a UK airline flybe is in doubt amid emergency rescue talks with the government. The company hasn't posted a profit since twenty fourteen but with services to fifteen European countries and more domestic flights than any other UK airline. Many say it's operations operations are crucial for local economies in hard to reach cities the BBC is Simon. Jackson explains why a bailout is so controversial beleaguered flyby also the government government consider deferring tens of millions of pounds the company owed in airport passenger. Gt to help stave off the collapse of Europe's biggest regional airline that presented the government with two problems first. The creation of what Boris Johnson has previously described as a moral hazard a dangerous precedent that would lead struggling companies to believe they could rely on the government to help them if they got into financial difficulties. Second any company specific assistance would likely fall foul of EU rules on state aid the solution an industry-wide Carts airport passenger duty for internal UK flights that proposal will be discussed at meetings between the Treasury the Department for Transport Sport and the Department for business shelled later. Today it allows the government a chance to help flyby while delivering on its promise to improve regional connectivity. A key manifesto pledge it comes at a cost of the public finances and maybe criticized for making it harder to deliver on promises to reduce the UK's carbon emissions the BBC's sees Simon. Jack reporting sitting down to breakfast this morning. Chances are some of the food in your bolt was grown using commercial fertilizer which contains phosphorus an element. That's become come vital to life thanks to its widespread use in the food and agricultural industries. Morocco leads the world in phosphate mining. Giving it a strategic advantage as food production increases alongside global population growth but the mineral isn't without controversy as the BBC's Matthew Davis reports standing in this landscape makes makes one field raw the small. This is therefore phosphate mine. Not only the largest mine in the world but one of the largest opencast opencast mines and this mine has forty three percent of global reserves of phosphate but the economics of most resources are never straightforward right forward and phosphates all no different. The vast majority of the world's phosphate reserves have a geopolitical issue which is being unresolved for nearly three decades accolades Western Sahara. Stephen Zunes is a professor of politics and International Studies. At the University of San Francisco there was a guerilla the war between the time of the Moroccan conquest and a u n brokered ceasefire in nineteen. ninety-one the Polisario sorry. You agreed to stop fighting in return for a U N supervised referendum but the Rock INS never allow that to take place A A basically attempted to stack the voter rolls with a rock and colonists so like many of the world's resources phosphates have become a political hot potato taito based on where they are and who claimed sovereignty over them. This is where they should be a response to the whole Western Sahara issue from an official of the Moroccan Iraq government. Unfortunately after weeks of emails and phone calls they fell to make anyone available. So it's difficult to tell exactly which way the winds of change if indeed. There are any or blowing in Western Sahara but both Morocco and the sad are are now members of the African Union. And there's some hope. The situation relation can be sorted out through that grouping but for the moment it looks as if a lot of the phosphates used to make the fertilizer used to grow the crops. Used to make the food we eat. We'll continue to come from this region and because it's an element so central to food security and seems many of the world's governments on willing to rock the boat too much in Casablanca. I'm the BBC's Matthew Davis for marketplace. Finally here's a tongue twister to start your morning. Bunga Bob for for a big Ben Bong. That's a phrase prime minister. Boris Johnson. US Today in an interview with the BBC but what does it mean. While in American English he might have said give a dime for chime time. He's throwing around the idea of starting a crowdfunding campaign for people to donate funds to get Big Ben which has been under renovation for the last two years to ring at eleven. NPR on January. Thirty first. That's when the UK will officially leave the European Union. He better get the campaign started though. It's estimated to cost just more than half a million dollars in London didn't Victoria Craig with the marketplace morning report from the B._B._C. World Service.

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"taito" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"taito" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"So the new switch is only trickling out like again. It's not like it's available now. It's just kind of like win when like if switches which is getting shipped to retailers they're just the new not the old one so it's really unclear and confusing but then you know by a couple of months you'll be all gone but it's only gray for now and then. I don't think when you're on online retailers. It doesn't say anything so you kinda need to see the box in person that's kind of frustrating but there is a we don't need to rattle it off here but you can go to edge. You found a link right right yeah. Well you can see the skew is different and they do publicize that yeah. I was gonna add if you're gonna eventually get these used we do. You have a great article. That says you can just look up intend to switch differences seth macy. If you like you can actually see how to identify these going going forward. There's like an h. It's stupid. I think she's numbers and letters there. I think people know who we are by now. It's going to get rid of those name bars oops. The man burned in there so people remember that really happened. That was there but it's okay. It's fine. It's fine. Is this music transistor time. It's only only fifty percent sheriff. This is recording and hopefully there. Hopefully it's there. Isn't it yeah ed what now sam. What fighters level is that deer. Remember no worry. It's all yes there you go. It's also this is incredibly loud. In my ear it is also i dim down a little bit it w- it came in strong but that's okay. We'll meet up. Yes guile s._n._e._s. johnnie s music speaking of guile. This has nothing to do with dial transition yeah. There's a a an eighties videogame called bubble bobble and in eighties <hes> <hes> and then her pretty big life on at the end. Yes and there's a new bubble. Oh bob coming out. It's called bubble bobble four friends. That's where the number four and it's a switch exclusive is it the fourth bubble bobble or is it just it's like the seventieth model and and here's the weird thing is that there's a there's to bubble bobble twos so there's bubble bobble then there's a bubble part two which is a very rare collectible electable any us game goes for five hundred six hundred bucks and then there's also rainbow islands this story of bubble bobble right and they're not little dinosaurs. They're like little humid. The whoa a little dinosaurs are also humans right shoulder and turned into dinosaurs rats very sad a better life be done at sore rambo islands. It's probably fine the tradeoff there. I think it's been awhile since there's been a bubble bobble but i do remember working in the office when we did get a bubble in that we gave a very low scorch you because you couldn't progress beyond a certain level because the game was that broken know who's making this one so it says taito taito corporation is making it makes sense yeah do that intendo seal equality when you think about what they did like prior to online updating in and that stuff..

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"taito" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"taito" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Everything then I've been there before I love it. You know, actually, I was unofficially day. The last king of Australia. So, yeah. Yeah. All right. Goes what do you have for big pretty, I'm glad he went that route of coming Vegas, because the first thing I started thinking of was we've interviewed him a lot over the phone, but it was so different having them here and just speaking face to face throw. That's what I wanna ask you. Justin is. Like, do you feel like maybe some face to face time if you data just went out and had dinner? Do you think maybe he would get you a little better? I think a lot of people they don't want to get to know because I think I think I, I date a lot of people because of the simple fact of how I am. And you know, got made me the way I am. I everybody for the way they they are. So if you don't give me a chance to get to know me as an individual, same. Oh, you. Shamo you don't have number fucking opinions of the without sitting down and actually get a chance to talk to that idiot that bullish. Learn some. Even thing. When you when you were here, you start some things about your personal life growing up, and I thought about the situation you're in and correct me if I'm wrong. But because things were like that, and you're able to get over all that stuff when you were younger, do these type of things that, that, perhaps the media or other fighters take, as being like a really big thing. Do you just can you like not really brush him off? But they just not as big of a deal because of what you had to go through early on in life. What I you know, come on, man, like a bid through the ringer been seen dead bodies. Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. So these do I'm, I'm built different, you know, again only thing I do. I learn I grow conquer. I sit back and I hear all this talk. I listened. I listen, I don't get frustrated. I'm not mad. I more passionate about it deeper. I get better. I I get closer to be. Build me. I worry about me that I told people like I get I I appreciate the fans because the fan without them, you know, we couldn't do all these sports circus could be with the circus, you fill me. But I really do for my, my, my close friend, my family's like that. That's it. That's all. That's it end of the day. In gory. Geo d. Just justin. When you when you think about Taito Yvonne and the actual fight when you play it out in your head is the finish. Always the same. Or do you have different scenarios every time to be honest with you? I'm gonna give a world of world guys. And that is like I've believed that I was doing yoga and it helped me and so many ways, because I became more, flexible. But while I was doing it and maybe kind of doubts out that makes sense Pete at ease, you know, twenty quality so it taught me a lot. It helped me a lot. What did but at the same time, I think it it, it, it hit a way that that bees inside. Like you know what I'm saying, so you don't have stop that. But I've adopted other things. I've done. I'm just growing. I'm going on. I knew I will grow as an athlete. I'll be come better and that's the version become integrated. I knew the bump on a rope. I know it. All right..

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"taito" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"taito" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"To John sterling job the sixth inning on the fan is the Yanks went up five four on the way to an eight four series opening wind. Gary Sanchez and loot. Void also went deep. Helping James Paxton to the w glacier. The story though, youngest Yankee since Joe DiMaggio in nineteen thirty six with four hits including three for extra bases and Torres told yes, he felt like he'd have a big day yesterday to try to to the volume play him. Nothing Taito v him and belief. I think is is mostly dollars. We are really the team. And we relieve him from doing what they did was stop a two game losing streak while the Mets other three game win streak end shut out in a home opener for the first time since nineteen Ninety-two. They lost of the nationals. Four nothing Noah. Syndergaard took the L gave up two runs on only. One hit over six Mets were pretty much lifeless at the plate may maybe because they got back from Miami super. Late after dumb Smith had trouble providing the sample for his random drug tests while you can't make this stuff up hockey. The islanders beat Florida two to one and a shoot out. But Washington also wants the capital's clinched the division. Devils lost at Carolina three to one sports at fifteen and forty five around the clock marker a ten ten wins. Sports wins news time, six forty seven. Where you looking for job last month. The government report about that coming up. This week. Find great deals at Walgreens now select varieties of wonderful pistachios and almonds are three forty nine with fifty cents off coupon and card and get hundreds of hair care products by to get the third free with card offer. Good in store and online get great deals on the essentials. You need right here at your neighborhood. Walgreens, Walgreens, trusted since nineteen o one while supplies lasts, restrictions and exclusions apply. See store for details. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents soon. You'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra groceries or exiled forever. Remember that frozen lasagna? Of course, you don't it's been down there since two thousand eight good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance piece of cake behind the lasagna. It's very old. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance available in all states or situations. We have clouds and rain on the way, forty degrees in midtown wins. News time six forty eight weekend. Accuweather coming up at six fifty two and coming up at eight thirty this morning. The Labor Department releasing new jobs numbers for March communists, say we are at or close to full employment. So shouldn't the jobless rate zero Sean states says no labor markets dynamic. There's always turn involved or people that are entering and leaving. The labor force is director of the university of central Florida's institute for economic forecast. Employment is the level of unemployment where at natural churn is still happening. But by and large everybody that's not involved in that turn. That's looking for jobs is able to find one economists consider four percent unemployment full employment. That's Daria Albinger, and ten. Ten wins. We'll have the numbers for you at eight thirty this morning, California, Democratic congressman Eric swale. Well, reportedly set to join the already crowded field of democratic presidential hopefuls reports say he'll announce his plans during an appearance on CBS has the late show was Stephen Colbert, he's expected to center his campaign around gun control. The White House is pushing back against a request by House Democrats for the IRS to hand over six years of the president's personal and business tax returns. Here's press secretary, Sarah Sanders, we're not interested in playing a bunch of political.

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"taito" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"taito" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Which we felt was appropriate there. There's some other great officials that deserves a chance to officiate at Augusta. But I'm gonna go back there and work the tournament in April. Congratulations. Thank you looking forward. Now. Now does Gusta extend that invitation or is that on the PGA rule. Saw this came from Augusta really Gusta pixie officials in some cases. Yes. So you do you get a nice letter from them. Yeah. I got a ladder. Oh, yeah. Oh, that's pretty cool. When you live when it comes in the mail mail this came electronically. It's still today to do it. I I'm surprised with Augusta. I think everything would still be pomp and circumstance. It's it's still always a lot of fun. Great experience to go there. And do you stay on the grounds? Or do you stay outside of the courts who who worked at tournament? Stay off the property. They, you know, some of those Amador's get to stay on course at the at the crows related to hear about up in the clubhouse there. But now we stay off off the property in Augusta Taito may give you like the the there's the Butler cabinet, and then there's the rules cabin. Now. They might give you that probably. I need a couple of things as I need to golf before. You know, my question of the day or questions favorite course to play at Michigan. Best course you've ever played anywhere. Best eighteen not your score. I'm just talking about a course. And then a bucket list,.

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"taito" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"taito" Discussed on World News Analysis

"This is something culturally as an American I what what I want. I want it now and being in China, I think this is one of those things that I've adjusted to which is sometimes you just can't get what you want right now. And I feel I can be a more peaceful person, or at least a less stressed person. So I try to look at it this in a positive way. Yes. If you sort of define this mood, alike behavior as being completely, passive, that's bad. But I think it's it's relaxing when they're stresses on you that you can't control. Actually, we saw the backlash against the mindset, you know, from the youngsters point of view, they believe actually according to internet. He says from older generation the argues such approach defined by pessimism and indolence and dislo leading to our reduce work ethic and a lack of south motivation, but the authors who. Fit the Taito back at defer. They believe experience matters more than results and for them whole someone they have a Buddha like workout behaviors as like I bought a gym membership. Because I thought it's even if I count to hear to excising it'd be good to have a place to shower. So they are fun stupor lining of every best things haven't to them. The ability of seeing the silver lining out of something very bad for this. It's good. But what about like our generation we need to plan everything and use the money more efficiently? You know, if I'm going to buy the gyms than I'm going to go and exercise myself, it's instead of going to just for shower, it's a waste of money. But if you know that you are not self disciplined enough, don't buy it. You know, this is our logic. Resisted this my entire life being a child of the nineteen sixties in America where it was. Don't trust anyone over thirty. When I was very young. I still that way today that I shouldn't become the old generation who out on the young people. There's not a right and wrong. The oldest generation always thinks that things have gotten bad and soft and things were better before we wanna make America. Great again. We want to restore our culture, but things always change to me. That's one of the really good things about society. And no one's better. No one's worse. We can have debates, but just because people communicate in a different way social media doesn't mean they're at any way inferior. It's just the the new way of communicating and new younger generation with new and different ideas. What are the reasons behind that emerging of new my sad among youngsters you know, having these Buddha-like behaviors I would go back to society's changing quickly. Technology is changing the way we buy things would like ecommerce changing the way, we communicate. It's changing. Yeah. The relationship between individuals and governments between individuals and companies and all institutions people can feel lost as a person. Even your family is lost in this fast changing world. I do understand this concept that people would want some source of comfort cool advances has made the world so different. You have too much to handle challenges opportunities complexity the road, and it's not about the younger generation and the origin. There is actually all of us. We have two rows one is to follow catch up or you hide away. Right. So this Buddha-like attitude is part of the stay away. Oh, so this is one way to protect yourself. You don't want to imbalance in your life. Everyone of us. We are not prepared to face such a comp increasingly complicated world redo think that's something we should worry about. You know, our youngsters have stressed out by the rapid development of everything our society woody's emission this about we have to face it. Anyway, the rocketing housing price and also the overburden from offer generations and pressures competitions from our peers, I really do think that we owe it to the younger generation to make sure they don't stress out too much. I see that as a professor at ching law, whether their Chinese students or international students the expectations are so great the challenges are there to yet. Can they afford housing? They're expected to buy an apartment or buy a house. How can they afford? It are their job. Jobs. They are getting advanced degrees are there enough jobs for all the people in China and all around the world who are getting these degrees. The economies of the world are slowing down..

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"taito" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"taito" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Ken. So now is here on a good day. Help Taito Ken, what do you think of this? We'll get bad. We're looking at the studies from this week. But I. It's like the shiny penny. The quarter that falls to their to the ground. I just looking at the confirmation for an order. I put in for some CB CB distillery. I bought some tincture some Sav some capsules and are aimed at keeping my aches and pains from bothering me boil basically, what do you think? I was gonna tell you off the air. But I think what the heck am I tell you on the air? I don't know what you think I never asked. You actually what you think of using some of these hemp products to relieve pain. I think if it works for you. Okay. Wouldn't be top on my lettuce. I if you want me. Great friends. We'll do stuff that you don't approve. Say I don't approve it. I can tell in your voice. I know it's just not. Not top on my list. But it's nothing. I I'm not adverse to it. At all tell you something. It's going to put these drugmakers that are spending so much time developing painkillers and selling all that stuff. People start using this stuff. It's going to really affect the sales. And maybe that's a good thing. I think we have a lot of trouble with people. The opiates stuff is all about pain Bank, right? I am not talking in that. Now, I understand. Okay. Next FDA. And the this is from the news department this weekend studied, a new statement from the FDA about hearing aids. What's this about? You're amazing dug in many ways that you just mentioned bows in how it's amazing that you did this. But the FDA this week has approved the sale of the first hearing aid that users can buy fit and use themselves without sometimes expensive expert helped the Bose hearing aid is for anyone eighteen and older with mild to moderate hearing loss. The FDA says it reviewed data from clinical studies of one hundred and twenty-five patients that showed the Bose device is comparable to a professionally fitted hearing aids. So good news bows headquartered here in framingham. Dr Dr bows and his family live. Southborough now I have several of their radios. Yep. They've done that. I love when I'm on the plane, and they give me those boy, the Bose noise cancelling headphones to watch the movie nothing like it. Nothing at all. Like it fabulous. Okay, number. Let's see whatever. This is on the list, a focus on your favorite died the Mediterranean diet. Why? Well, there's more news this week. It comes from the ophthalmology the I medical literature this week and the news is it a major terrain style..

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"taito" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"taito" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Sure can pronounce here on the good day. Help burger Taito Ken, what do you think of this bad? We're looking at the studies from this week. But I it's like the shiny penny. The quarter that falls to their to the ground. I just looking at the confirmation for an order. I put in for some CB CB distillery. I bought some tincture some Sav some capsules that are aimed at keeping my aches and pains from bothering me, it's hemp oil. Basically, what do you think I'm gonna tell you off the air? But I figured the hanging tell you on the air. I don't know what you saying. I never asked you actually, what you think of using some of these hemp products to relieve pain. I think if it works for you. It's okay. It wouldn't be top on my lettuce. I if you want me. I are great friends. You know? Do stuff that you don't approve. Say I don't approve it. I can down your voice. I know it's it's not it's just not top on my list. But it's nothing. I had I'm not adverse to it at all Abkhazia, something it's gonna put these drugmakers that are spending so much time developing painkillers selling all that stuff. People start using this stuff. It's going to really affect the sales. And maybe that's a good thing. I think we have a lot of trouble with the people. The opiates stuff is all about pain Bank is right. I'm not talking in that now. Now, I understand. Okay. Next FDA in the this is from the news department this weekend studied, a new statement from the FDA about hearing aids. What's this about since you're amazing dug in many ways that you just mentioned bows? It's amazing that you did split the FDA this week has approved the.

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"taito" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

The Smart Passive Income

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"taito" Discussed on The Smart Passive Income

"So with those titles, I kept it simple. And then the subtitle I made sure I do not want a reader to have any confusion about what this book is. If they've read the combination of the title and the subtitle right. Right. Okay, perfect. That's really helpful. So it sounds like I did. I did that with. Will it fly in likely other books that might be coming out in the future? I like that because. People can still call it, will it fly who know about it? But then it actually something that with the subtitle people can explain to others with to what it will it fly? What's that oats about testing your next business idea. So you don't waste your time and money. You know, kind of is what you want people to explain when people ask, well, what, what does that title mean? And you did a great job was short branding on that one because it's easy to say, will it fly when I have my book with how to write us is Ling synopsis people just call it sizzling synopsis or sizzling they shorthand it a little bit. And so if you have a shorter title, it's easy to just rattle off than that is going to be helpful and then focus. I, I would say, I think people aren't gonna like when I give them extra work here to do here with their subtitle, I would recommend you sit down Pat paper open were document, and you write out fifteen to twenty different ideas as if you were as if you were trying to brainstorm for an epoch blog, post title, it's the exact same kind of thing. Sit down right out the different titles and. Then I would recommend because of books going to be around a long time. You want to get this stuff right. You actually ask your target readers or your own existing Email list, hey, which ones do you like? Why do you like them? It's perfect survey opportunity and you're going to learn so much from that just from sharing that potential Taito. Plus you get an added bonus, which is that your readers, your subscribers feel as though they're a deeper part of the process and they're gonna get more excited about the time when you are going to release that book. I like that. This is something that we've talked about on the podcast before related to the book marketing starting sensually as you are writing the book, and as you're coming up with and getting people involved a head of time, we've had conversations with people without creating launch groups, creating little sort of focus groups that are, you know this early in the process to kind of. Of, like you said, really start to feel like they're, you know involved. And when they do that, they're going to be more likely to share it and be in wanna, help it out too. So I, I love that I'm, I am so thankful you talk about that because for those of you who are thinking of starting of writing a book, like the book marketing starts now and for those of you who already have a book. I mean, maybe you can go back and maybe share updates about the next version of it or kind of the process of the book marketing that that's always really interesting to at least in my audience, but let's move on to the book description. This is where I feel I dropped the ball initially before I used your services.

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"taito" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"taito" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The lending person did not slow that part down using their expertise and call people and say in notice the fact that this contract was actually contingent upon that. And that's where the person comes in because technology can run as fast as you want it, but you may not want what you got when you get it. Well, I had the same thing with a client that had a tax lien, but the offer of course, the buyers thinking they're making an incredible offer, which they did they waived the appraisal. Everybody's thinking that's great at the time didn't know about the tax lien. The attorney finds that out talking to the client. But what does the tax people need? They need. So we're scrambling three days before close. You know, because that was not contingent on the contract, which boasts times are great. We love that. So to your point at but technology is coming. Yeah. I think for consumers we're going to see some of the greatest things in our industry. I think real estate is time for it to evolve. And the, you know, it's one of the biggest industries, of course, it is a driving. If you the real estate's the center is the nucleus because all these spokes are around it. If you look at it and put it in the center of the wheel you've got insurance. You've got Taito you've got. I mean, the agent's business in the same. But all those things that go around at home warranties. I mean, it goes on and on and just the housing industry in general, which is what we want to talk about the next big subject out. We're really everywhere is are we headed towards another housing bubble. I'm just throwing it out here today. We're gonna talk about everything Greg and arrogant debate, there are four big key factors that I think you look at when it comes to any housing industry, and they're facts. So we're going to debate with facts that they will definitely be a debate says, stay tuned. We'll be right back on the voice. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..

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"taito" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"taito" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The last two years involving Jack. Transportation Inc a California based trucking company the complaint raises concerns about proper maintenance and inspection of the. Trucks, tires At a nowhere I have no control over l. Acerra Taito at the wheel of the. Big rig survive he told his story to our Don daler before the lawsuits were filed on driving Split-second When you knew the was out of, control did you think you're going to? Die And he, just knew I was going to data Surprise Made. It is there anything you want to say to these families Sorry I, mean If I could do anything change. It would The lawsuits claim that truck driver was negligent we, reached out to the trucking company for comment but we have not heard back CBS. News correspondent Kenneth Cragg reporting the scholarship program Richmond promise. Is having an official scholarship launch next month the Richmond promise was started back in two. Thousand sixteen to. Build a college graduating culture, in that city the program provides college scholarships sack collaborative partnerships involving local business government. And civic groups as well.

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"taito" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"taito" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You again, another wonderfully, busy week I was going to start. Off by telling. You you know things aren't. Always wonderful in real estate sometimes things happen sometimes things actually go wrong I'm going to start sharing. With you a list of things that could go wrong during a transaction and if you've got a comment about, what may have gone wrong while. You. Were buying or selling a house I'd love to hear, from you, now most, of the, times you, hear me talk. About smooth easy settlements wonderful buyers wonderful sellers wonderful lenders wonderful Taito people, wonderful Coa Up agents that, does not, always happen, so I, think today, I'm gonna title. This show I. Was gonna title it things. That could go wrong but right now I'm gonna call. It the show must go on let. Me tell you about. Something that happened this morning Noah said now just leave it alone don't talk about it I am ready in the car ready to come to the station and find out. That I had left the trunk ajar, from my new signs and my car is dead my other car is in the shop and it. Is time to go. To the, show I call my wonderful. Daughter who, does an, answer I call another friend she said. I'm on my way over. I figured oh no I'm gonna be late for this show I'm outside in the driveway I'm waiting. For her to pick me up when my neighbor across the street. Sent by an angel Mike wretches is, standing out there and, I'm telling him what's happening and all of a. Sudden he said you need a car take mine Hands me the keys and off. I went to the. Station and, I just cannot thank him. Enough I, mean talk, about a fabulous neighbor hands me his. Car keys says take my. Car thank you thank you I just want to say you know not everything is bad in this. World we've got good people we've got wonderful people and we've got. Wonderful neighbors so that was just a, terrific way to start, the morning I'm going to tell. You about my, open house I have to tell. You that I couldn't get my signs out of the car because with. The car battery dead I couldn't, open the trunk anymore. So we only have a couple, of signs let me tell, you about where this open. Houses it is a. Brand new listing just. Went on the market. This weekend it is in mcdonagh township this is a, four level end of group townhouse all brick address twenty-seven international circle and Owings mills I'm going to have it open. Today from, two thirty to three thirty. If you'd. Like to see it, give me a. Call if. You can't. Make that time still give, me a, call we'll set up an appointment this. Has four levels this. Has a loft this, has three bedrooms this has..

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"taito" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"taito" Discussed on WWL

"They guaranteed him sixteen billion dollars like i said just on face value because their experience and knowing what the hell they're doing i don i'm just saying because they brought him in i think the saints did our homework the mario davidson aj klein they in the mix as far as contributing at a high level and the expectations now alex has alone coming off as india's injury craig robertson i think you've got competition at will and you gotta have the internet who's gonna get hurt look with mattei tayo of brought to the table i mean he's going to have a chance to compete and made a best man win i just don't think right now where the ad in their careers that a mad taito would be above the mario davis of that makes sense now if you beat somalia beat them out we gotta wait and see that's what's intriguing about as many cabin training camp 'cause you had that opportunity because the competition but you have to have death and i think mattei tale took advantage of his opportunity last year but i just don't think he is on the level of the mario davis aren't aj kline the linebacking corps which was once fan on talented thin on death has some number saints head coach sean payton talked about his approach did he go into free agency with a certain number what by numbers certain amount of money that he wouldn't go over on some players here shopping absolutely i think that especially the first week of the process you know the numbers can get high in our experience often times a second third fourth week even the next month here you're able to find a player that fits that a palpable price but i don't think that's anything unusual i think we see it every year and then the salary cap goes up a little bit more and then so you teams will target a few players look their numbers will be real high but then quickly it'll settle and you're kind of at that stage right now bobby do you like the measured approach.

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"taito" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"taito" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I think the idea of knowledge is a really challenging one an agency it isn't simple it isn't possible to sum it up in a little soundbite and that's why i should have gone on this journey of this book we gain on knowledge through our interaction with our sense is with the environment around us that's how we seem to know by looking by listening we use our analytic mind to extend those since his beyond what we can see here field touch um but therefore there's a kind of challenge all the things that we can't no because we don't have the equipment to engage with them i read the book and if big my brain and i have to say that one of the things about the book the kind of begged me be krispy us in the certain parts of my brain that really could wrap around this book was this idea of knowledge no i come from a journalistic background in a philosophical background and plato to find knowledge is justified true belief and i you mentioned in the book i do and i feel he'll like part of the challenge i have with just this topic is that we never know what the goal is are we talking about deciding whether or not we can unplug from the matrix and see if the world is the way it looks beyond our eyes or are we talking about understanding the world well enough to function within it on i think this is server a good point because there are many layers to this so um on of one point i deal with the kind of a philosophy of knowledge which um you know taito dealt with and when you have that definition you realize that it isn't complete somehow in israel philosophical debates about is knowledge actually something fundamental interesting you the where to know is one of only i.

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"taito" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"taito" Discussed on KELO

"Vegan vegetarianism the report added other potential factors include high blood levels of fighter estrogens big worried i know but this is an important one because if you have a diet rich and vegetables and soybeans or soya you're getting a high amount of taito estrogens and they're not all good for you the fido estrogens are estrogen nick and it could explain why men have breast like women now in some places and no longer have the male energy that they want said it's because they have filled with fido estrogens in other words that getting an an extra janet compound from soybeans which makes them a little much like the a wife used to be another potential contributing factors that lower and takes of seafood are thought to be associate with greater risk of depressive symptoms around one and twenty britons are committed vegetarians and the majority of our women of course all women think they've cutting out red meat lowers the danger of heart problems diabetes and obesity and so they're a celebrity fans of the diet which include sir paul mccartney and other great genius and singer morressy another great great political genius anyway it's very important you understand that there are nutrients found in red meat and seafood that play an important role in producing brain chemicals that influence mood and this could explain to a great extent why so many millions of people are fooled by bolsheviks and it on a daily basis if you think i'm kidding your unit you i'm not kidding i am telling you for years i gotta tell you a personal story not my own that about me it could be about me when i'm in the mood but it's not about me today in the 1970s when i was a newly minted doctoral graduate phd university of california berkeley i kill myself read it was a real one not a cracker jacks ph they not an honorary phd a real one check it out my dissertation is online you can probably find it i got my first position was as a nutritionist believe it or not on a houseboat in source lido california and two or three the other doctors i was a phd mams they were mds one was an acupuncturist one was a homeopath this and they did really great work they cured a lotta people anywhere.

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"taito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"taito" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out and it's called the chicken club why the justice department fails to prosecute executives jesse icelander welcome to bloomberg thank you so much are him river i know jesse for a long time i'm a fan of his work and there's so many fascinating things in this book which is written pre much in the sweet spot of the world's inhabit finance hence legal and bad behaviour ills van diagrams overlap and this is the book that's the result of it let's begin where the book pretty much starts out with enron and arthur andersen how significant were those two companies to the future lack of prosecution by the sec and the justice department they were crucial is what my argument is in you know so i started this book with this puzzle why don't we prosecute top corporate executives anymore and i think it goes beyond just the financial crisis course we all know that no top bankers were put in prison for the financial crisis but i think it started beforehand miss problem at the justice department ended persists today and it goes beyond the banks to industrial companies retailers tech companies pharmceuticals and so i was trying to figure out this puzzle and i started with enron because if you remember and of course you do we were talking at the time in after the bubble burst the nasdaq bubble burst of there were wave of prosecutions not just enron but worldcom adelphia taito global crossing lots of executives did awesome time in the.

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