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"tariq" Discussed on Capitalisn't
"He's not factoring in the political consequences of his own action now. I might be a little bit conspiratorial here. But the degree of attention that his pamphlet received is quite impressive right because was quoted by the economists by this but and so whenever something comes out of the blue and receive so much attention. I use the old fashioned. Latin census coup proudest who benefits from it. Because generally this kind of publicity publicity is done to somebody that plays a positive role in interest of somebody. I think that what he's doing is tikey fantastic service to people like exxon who are terrified. You know that chevron went and talked to chris james in advance because was afraid that crease james play the same tweak with that chevron so big oil companies are sorry my expression peeing their pants about what is going to happen and these of tariff fancy is music to their ear because is useless. In fact is counterproductive. We should go back to the award. Wait for big brother. Two plays the role. Now that is a conspiracy theory that had occurred even my conspiratorial brain. So that's that's impressive. And much whether you are conspiracy theory or my dystopia and fantasy of governments handing out passes to allow us to drive our cars. It's more believable. Actually gonna go with yours. I doubt i doubt that. I doubt that it's deliberate on his part. But i would very much doubt that it's delivered on his part. But you're right that you can certainly see it as serving the interests of big companies. That don't want to have to change by saying. Oh wow well. we don't have to do anything at all. That make the government. Do it. And i do sorry. Sorry i'm not saying deliberate spot and saying that the f. e. so concerned about the political consequences or what you're doing. He should be the first one to allies the political consequence. What he's doing. yeah. I i understand. I understand that point if you were to take his point of view. It's logical extreme. you'd say companies to stop pretending it all and just go back to the old world of what whatever makes money and that does bring us her. We started to your to your point. Maybe then that is actually worse than allowing the status quo continue. I guess i'd say i guess. Say they both have costs. And i'm not sure which costs are worse. I agree on that. Have.
"tariq" Discussed on Capitalisn't
"And that's just never going to work zone aligned around that so to me. what. I larry thinking other business leaders should be doing being honest about the limitations of what they could do in a system. That's built this way. And what what. They're instead doing now as their weaving a narrative at the system's gonna fix itself and stakeholder capitals capitalism. Is the answer. See look at it and you say okay. The business community is with one hand holding off taxes and regulation right. We know that that's what the incentives are built to do right. It's much cheaper to market in lobby. Market yourself give wonderful and bobby to keep assist gummed up so you can continue your profit engine holding off tax regulation one end as there's growing social angst at nothing is being done about these problems. People are marching in. The streets grow climate. You know they're they're marching on racial and wealth inequality financial firms are actually then turning around. And why don't we explain this. Social acts by selling people a bunch of light green products that in reality the only difference with him for the most part is if they have higher fees right. The vast majority of these impact products that are being sold by wall street. Our market products. That are just moving around. Baskets of forty traded secondary shares. The millennial dine them in paying more fees. Almost certainly believe that they are creating some impact that would not have otherwise occurred. Otherwise why would you buy bay marin fees. that's of course not what's happening so you know i would look at say. Look right now. you're delaying. What the experts telling us we need into the belting void. You're selling a bunch of products. That are i would argue misrepresented and i think the answer is that at some point they have to be honest and say listen. We have experts on the economic side. Also right it's not just scientists thing when you bend down the curve. It's economists telling us how we need to do it. And they're ignoring them because it's inconvenient to their own short-term interest and my question is how can you possibly be standing on a stage in doing that under the guise responsible business..
Leon Bridges Is Reinvented on New "Gold-Diggers Sound" Album
"Bridges. The album is called. gold digger. Sound the song we're hearing from. It is called motorbike and joining us to talk about this when his radio milwaukee's tariq moody hatred. Hey robyn how you doing all right. The bridges has had such a classic vintage sound over. the years. You know really comes from a different era and on this new album. It still has roots in the past but he kind of mixes it up a bit. Yeah it's a. It's a slight departure. Little more on the Kind of the modern rb sound instead of the traditional rb sound so he spent two years jam nap this place called gold diggers bar hotel and recording studio off the fame Santa monica boulevard in los angeles for less about two years and basically he created a whole new kind of modern. Sam i think that's because of its collaborations. Terrace martin who's best known jazz artis and composer producer. But he's best known for working for artists like kendrick lamar among others robert glass spor- so you hear their Their influences on the album. Yeah he has been on an incredible run of collaborations. Robert glassberg ten smart. You mentioned he's also worked with krung been casey. Musk graves. dip the avalanches. And i don't know maybe maybe it was inevitable that he would head more in this direction. It's not a huge departure. But he does slip into a more contemporary sound very comfortably managing to get like eight. Oh eight drum machines to sit next two horns and strings
"tariq" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"Just watch and then we'll talk about it afterwards. There's only one question that matters to swear life you say is true. Father told me my life will be blessed with good fortune. Why charged on my country before all of you. I spoke the truth. Most unspeakable josh has been brought against you. Chocolate agree entered our home. He attacked me. The accusations false.
"tariq" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"And we are live. Can pay steve. What's going on man. I'm doing good how are you doing. I feel a little out of it. I apologize for tripping all over that intro. now that's fine next sweaters weird kind of blocks used as tuesday right. I think so. Yeah i felt the same way this morning had had some work to do. Just wasn't feeling it. Yeah but you know we have. Is we have a lot of stuff to talk about. So i think going to be a great show event. Fantasma corey So let's get some of the some of the house keeping out of the way right into like we need every day please We say please share and subtract. Smashed leah the Button smashed the subscribe button. Click that little belt so you get notifications when we got We did drop for anybody who's interested We cut out the the review for the fear street trilogy of movies that we did yesterday So that's a nice little package on channel. So if you're interested in that please check that out. Also if you'd like to send in and send us a tip with your comment or question please do so. Www dot stream elements dot com slash phantasmagoria. M- show slash kip. We also have website where you can find. Our shows are clips also linked to our audio only podcast these visit. Www dot phantasmagoria. Show so with that down. In out of the way scotty. Why don't we talk about our top story. The day usually kind of a tease. The the top story will do some other some other stories. I but this is a big one. So i figured we'll do it right off. The top marl has found at looks like marble has found their director for their blatant And they're tapping More unknown like can fight. He likes to do a more kind of up and coming are unknown. Director so Hollywood reporter saying marbles blade enlisting Modal motley. I think it's Moly mobile moly mogul mobile mobile muggy director. Essam tariq filmmakers in early talks to direct Marshall in the film that's how he says that's pronounces it Morrow studios blake centered on its vampire slayer character is owning director Bazaar tariq is in early talks to him. The feature project capping off a search that began in fall of twenty. Twenty tariq is known for directing the rap drama mobile mobile game which she also co wrote wistar resume Michael marble declined to comment while. Have carson declined comment but usually win win the trade. Say that they're in talks. Usually that just means they're negotiating the terms And it's pretty much a done deal so you can pretty much take this to the bank that we've are has found there Director for blais. Inc mobile moly did you. I did not. This is the first i've heard of it. I am looking forward to Marsha alley Playing blades. I think that that's brilliant casting but i'm not familiar with the director and i hope. I hope that he offers the same sort of intensity to blade that doug year modell toro did well. Yeah right i mean. I think that's going to be the standard right. So i mean it's big shoes to fill That mean that. A lot of people love that i played movie subsequent news blade. Two is my gold standard for blades. Movies favorite one favorite western one. Is that the one with the the rain the lead rave which hundred the blood rave one is at the beginning of the first one. The second one is with the sort of like predator dracula which big and also it's got. Oh come on hell boy. The guy who played hell boy in the for the good ones in the gilmore. Del toro ones in a blank. On ron perlman ron perlman. Thank you. I cursed this tuesday. The one with ron perlman. In i i absolutely love the interplay between ron perlman and kris kristofferson in that flick and obviously wesley snipes was awesome by john. I want to. I don't remember liking the third one. But it's been so long since i've seen those films. There's clubs that do covering watches. And the only reason i re-watch blade trinity is just for jessica biel right to do So yeah looks like. They got their director. Obviously there is something either in his pitch or something that fight. He saw in the in his work that That indicated that he could actually do a really good late movie. So it'd be we'll be a following this news and you know. Hopefully we'll see something you know over the next twelve months or so. We should probably start seeing some some Some images and and some footage from humbly. I think a lot of people are looking for late. Absolutely i'd be it'll be good as a triumphant return and it'll be interesting to actually see blade interact with other members of the marvel universe so i am excited for that. Yeah and how that's gonna work right because we have the cosmic we have a bit of the supernatural The doctor strange stuff. That's gonna probably get even more freaky in weird with a multi verse madness So you know going this way. Also it might coincide a little bit with the moon knight series. That's coming to disney. Plus not that they have to link but that kind of that kind of more monster verse. Marvel supernatural monsters. Yes so that you'd have some some interplay there so it'd be interesting to see how that goes in how that fits within the emc. Okay so up next. I do have a broadcaster trailer to watch Ridley scott's new film called the last duel premiered the first trailer This is from twentieth century. Studios You know let's.
"tariq" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Of you and select customers always took care of me and they were inspiration. I i you know. I had this lady named mary who has delivered to cheese to tell me. Hey honey if you keep working this hard you'll be a millionaire. I'm twelve years old. And i loved the ring of that. And she's like if you keep working hard by the time you're thirty five you'll be a millionaire and that whenever i thought it was working very hard things weren't going good. I remember when mary says just started working harder and it worked. Mary was right. You were really following in the footsteps of your parents and grandparents and people who know the merit. The worth of work of hawes orc and so a what. Take you back to that opportunity through your paper route once again meeting someone. That has a flower shop. And how does that change your life. I think the opportunity of being in a business and watching a small business owner operate You know i. I i always wanted to be a doctor me right from seven years old. My grandmother used to be very sick and she would call me her doctor and then i always wanted to be a doctor but i knew that my family couldn't afford it. You know so at that point. My father was machines. He made eight dollars an hour and then he had a part time job of bringing making four dollars an hour here. I am working from an for an entrepreneur heels in business. He has a really nice car and he would inspire us. I you know you can do this. This is not our you know. And it's all about the customer and i. It was a very very very hard working person. And i realized that that point that it's hard work more than anything and just focused on hard work and just being creative taking care of the customer meeting the customer where the customer is not vice versa. So i think that what changed for me is just being able to be under. Somebody's shadow. My mother used to always say knowledge is like water. It flows downhill. Lower yourself in front of it so you know when you see somebody. Knowledgeable learn from them. And so i think for me that part was the defining moment for the rest of my life. I worked very hard. I delivered newspapers. I cut grass. I did everything. But once i started working in a business and seeing an entrepreneur developer then at seventeen. Then there's another step in your life in your journey the changes yes my My father kept looking for businesses. By then i had gotten a job at mcdonald's one of the best job i ever had. I loved it. You know going there working every shift that i could take while going to high school and one day my father says there's a flower shop for cell at the criteria. Was that it had to be. We couldn't afford much had to be cheap so he saw something sale for six thousand dollars and next day we show up and it was actually going out of business directly selling their equipment. They wanted to you know they were liquidating and we when we asked them will buy the shop and My father Said we don't have the money so we approached his boss. You know denise and bill bergen and they gave a seventeen year old a six thousand dollar loan now. This is the american spirit that we talk about my father's boss who's probably making maybe twelve thirteen dollars. An hour gives me a six to seven thousand dollar loan to open a flower shop in. Doesn't even blink. An is only why because he saw that. This works hard and know gives me the loan and within a year. i'd bam back it. But that so we were able to via business. Six hundred square feet flower shop in the beginning doing seventy dollars a day in sales and i thought i was on top of the moon. It's interesting and how you know. Sometimes one is fortunate enough in life that someone comes along that will give you a helping hand and yet there are a lot of people who never get that opportunity at rai on your own personal work ethic what you do with the lot you're given life. You can always change your destiny but it has to come from you. That's right it is it'd be dino people have to see it you know you have to. You have to put in the effort you have to go put in the effort and then things will come together. I have been blessed that at every. I didn't know much about flower business. Open my flower shop. Where do i buy the flowers as you go around and people see. You're working hard bill. You a break like. Oh you know kit. You work hard. You know the the first wholesaler that i had. I froze the flowers. Open my first business. Because i didn't know what temperature a cooler should be set up at went back to and i had only by cash. I didn't have any more money. I went back to the wholesaler and he gave me credit. He said no problem. Take whatever you need. I think you're good for it. And i didn't i i've i've walked out like almost with tears in my eyes thinking i'm good for you. Don't even know me how so. There was something there that this person saw in me. And you're so right. Jose that that if you make the effort you will meet those angels. I call them those angels and those people along the journey. That will help you. That will pick you up. That will support you to push you over. The you push you over the wall to make sure you're successful. And i am a result of that and then from flowers and you're already.
Kennedy Center Honors Slims Down in Response to Pandemic
"Center honors are being held today but on a smaller scale because of the pandemic, the iconic performing arts center in Washington, D. C. Postpone its event from December MPR's Elizabeth Blair reports. The honorees include musician Garth Brooks and director and choreographer Debbie Allen. The Kennedy Center honors air like Lifetime achievement Awards in the arts. The other honorees are violinist Midori, Joan Baez and defended Jiminy, Jiminy, Jiminy, Jim Jim Tariq a sweep it as lucky. As luck income BEEF Germany. The honorees were greeted by President Biden at the White House this week. The honors gala is typically the Kennedy Center's largest fund raiser, raising about $6.5 million. With everything scaled back this year, They raised half that. A telecast of the Kennedy Center honors will air on CBS on June. 6th.
"tariq" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"tariq" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"That's right latest movie ever made that title. According to the review aggregate site rotten tomatoes is now bestowed on paddington. to film. purists are upset. They say that since paddington to is of course a sequel the fair comparisons should be to citizen kane to the legend of rosebud. Gold wanna. I don't wanna spoil this for anybody who hasn't seen paddington to yet but but rosebud is the name of his hat. Sorry so rotten. Tomatoes is very popular site and it summarizes critical opinion. It comes up with a total score for films and what happened was this week. They added to their the reviews of citizen kane. This obscure review that was written eighty years ago and more or less lost and when they added that score the average it lowered citizens cain score enough so that paddington to took the title which is weird of course because both movies are based on the life of william randolph hearst. It's about time. Though that citizen can got knocked off the pedestal. May have you seen cool runnings. Citizen kane is not even the best movie about sledding. Wow troops detected say that rotten. Tomatoes duds this by is like if there's a negative review it knocks it down so the thing that just nobody hated ends up being the best movie of all time. That's like you know. Well let's look at the you know. Greatest beverages in the world and water wins because nobody hates it really. So i mean you can just get like man reviews. That's okay. i don't think we review water enough to say it's the best talking bears. Let's be clear in a raincoat and rain hat already out the gate better. They called orson welles of underpinned. And you never thought of that. Well orson welles was eventually a bear but kind of a dunk on bill. How did elicit doing our quiz. Our english professor did it all three rights. Congratulations eliza right. This is so fun. Thank you guys thanks. Much you're playing punching padres.
The History of Muslim-Controlled Spain
"In the early eighth century the iberian peninsula was populated by the visigoths who are dramatic people who entered and populated the peninsula after the collapse of the roman empire. During the reign of the caliph will lead the first general. Tariq iban ziad lead moore's forces across the mediterranean and landed in gibraltar on april thirtieth in the year seven eleven. This began a seven year campaign. Where the moore's brought most of the iberian peninsula under islamic control the term moore should probably be explained as i've used it here. In several previous episodes there really are no people called. Moore's the term more was used by europeans to describe muslim inhabitants. From north africa included people of different ethnicities including berbers and arabs. The term isn't too dissimilar from the term francs which was used by muslims in the middle east to describe all europeans. The term comes from the roman province of mauritania which is where modern day morocco is located. The current country of that name is not located exactly where the ancient province of mauritania is located. The invasion began a period where muslim rulers controlled at least part of the iberian peninsula for almost eight hundred years the moore's never completely conquered the peninsula however even at its greatest extent just eight years. After the invasion there was still a part of the peninsula that remained under christian control in the far north the kingdom of asturias remained independent and it was never conquered that being said one of the reasons why they had such an easy time is because they gave very generous terms to the people who they did. Conquer one example of this is theodomir the visigoths chief of america. He agreed to terms where he could still continue to be the leader of his people and practice christianity. All they had to do was pay an annual tribute. The entire region of iberian muslim rule was known in arabic as al
"tariq" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Tariq inhabited Grace. Hello, Tariq. How are you? Hi. Good morning. I was one of those people who was saying Stop Steel on the ground. You're a violent white supremacist rioter on January 6th three kids. The authorities reached out in touch with you yet. Certainly wasn't violent. We stood on the grass and watched everything and after about half an hour, we went back to our car and drove home. But I realize that revolution of the Baltimore mayor, calling me a white supremacist until weeks later. I'd like to ask you. Am I really a white supremacist? Because I really believe. It's my mother. Was the best mother in the whole world. She was a white lady. Now, since I believe that a white person was the best in the world Does that make me a white supremacist? I think you've been asking that question to wreak. Make sure white supremacist I'd have to check my slide rule of victim. It's updated daily, and they're not downloaded until noon. So but, yeah, I think it's always safe to err on the side of self flatulence Shin and accepting that you're a white nationalist waits upon another thing that the value of these labels, Racists and white supremacists. Is that it relieves the opposition. Of the responsibility of the feeding my argument. If they that's throw that the reason that Jesse Small let Show's racist trump supporters as his alleged Attackers even though they were paid for Nigerian brothers was because he knew he wouldn't really be questioned. Except that he chose the coldest night in Chicago of the year, two o'clock in the morning in a place where there probably isn't a Republican and hasn't been for generations, and people thought that's a little bit weird. Yeah, And my personal heroes are Rosa Parks and Wilt Chamberlain and Elston Howard and Dr Ben Carson. And there are a few others. Elston Howard is a weird choice in there. He was a good catcher. But not, you know, not the best catcher. Why, Elston Howard? Go up in New York. He led his life. Played fair. He tried his best. He Wasna very powerful hitter. I like them. Hmm. Sadly died young, too. Appreciate that. That said that, if if believing that my mother was the best mother in the world makes me a white supremacist. Then I guess I have Tolo..
"tariq" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast
"That's okay in the sense of you're just not really gonna mass much affluence. 'cause you're going to be working on these bills for very long time whereas i've seen others do it very well i've got a friend And by the way my clientele is not really the person that just jumped into the working. World our clientele's that dr that's ready to retire and ready to hang their right and so they've swell and they let us take over and make sure that their financial plan is really intact for retirement so we focus on retirement. But because i'm a little bit younger because i have friends in different fields. They always come to me and ask. And so i have a doctor friend She's a pa brand new p. a. Her husband is finishing up his residency. you know residents. Don't get paid very much. And he's with the air force and so that the deal with air force is that well he's going to come out debt free after his service. So that's really nice but she still has say one hundred and fifty thousand dollars of loans just to go to school and so. They've made a very aggressive goal. Which is we're gonna live off of his resident salary which let's just say that's i don't know forty thousand rs forty fifty exactly right. Yeah you know. Better than i do and with the money that i make as a pa which is decent money. We're just going to attack attack attack all of our debts and by the time that he's done with residency while we're probably we've taken care of fifty seventy five percent of our loan debt. So that's an aggressive goal. And i hope they can stick to. It seems like they've done a very good job so far so kind of you. Gotta you gotta decide. Well what type of lifestyle do you want to live. And how quickly do you want to jump into that lifestyle. Do you get a high paying job and then automatically go buy everything you can or do you get that high paying job and take care of what got you there in the first place right and then you start to deal with. What percentage is going to go to retirement because correct we all know. Eighteen and twenty years old would have been the best time to put away a few korean year right because just by doing that. You'd be rich at the end of the life. Yeah absolutely it's crazy. The power of just cumulative returns it's it's insane and you can see it in in math but once you see it in real life wants to see it happen to your own account. It's a thing of beauty. So yeah i would never neglect. Even at a young age. I would never neglect saving for retirement. Whether it's a.
Costly noncommunicable diseases on rise in developing world
"The journal Lancet says poor countries face a rising threat from non communicable disease illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. NPR's Noreen Eisenman reports the University of Washington project dubbed global Burden of Disease. Tracks the causes of death and disability in every country in the world. The good news over the last 20 years, the poorest countries have made enormous progress combating infectious diseases. Unfortunately, that hasn't been matched by progress against non communicable elements like stroke in lung cancer. The result, these potential killers now account for about 66% of the health burden in low to middle income countries. Tariq Eisenman. NPR news voters in
Proposition 18: Youth Voting
"Politics reporter Guy Marzorati has been covering profit teen for K. Q. E. D. Hey? Guy. Hey. So walk us through what we're voting on here. So the very basics is that proposition eighteen would allow seventeen year olds to vote in primary and special elections if they turn eighteen by the general election. So to clarify, this would not have helped to, for example, me who was seventeen during the two, thousand, four, general election and was. Pretty disgruntled that I wasn't able to vote right right and I was in the same boat seventeen in the two thousand, eight election. This does not change that if you're seventeen when the general election is happening, you still won't be able to vote. This is really aimed at the voters who turned eighteen in the window between the primary and the general election. It would let them kind of get a headstart and voting and let them. Vote in the primary. Now, some people may think you know it's only the primary it's not a huge deal. You still get to vote in the general. Why does it even matter that you know young people would be voting in primaries? Well, proponents really make two arguments and the first is question of fairness. They say it's only fair that voters in the general election also gets a have a voice in the primary Elliott Talkie. Of San Francisco was a freshman in college. But for the past few years, she's been advocating for this change for exactly that reason I was cheated out on this election cycle and thousands of others were cheated out to not be able to vote in the twenty twenty primary such. An exciting primary I should add was really disappointing and I'm not the only one thing about all the people who are born between March and November and In the second argument is really around habit building. So supporters say that voting is a habit, the more you do it the more you're likely to do it in the future and that if you let seventeen year olds vote in the primary when they're still in high school, they're getting civics education that education could be enriched by actually participating in the electoral process it's building a habit for the future and make these young Californians. Habitual voters. Okay and there are definitely some people who are not excited about the prospect of seventeen year olds voting at all Let's hear a little bit about what they argue. Right. So when this was put on the ballot by the state legislature, mostly all Democrats supported mostly all Republicans opposed it and antitax groups are also against this measure they say seventeen year olds most of them are still in high school and their captive. Audiences in classrooms who could be swayed by teachers especially on school bonds and school taxes they say, basically, they might spend a whole day only once side of a campaign and while there's eighteen states and the district of Columbia that allowed this changes well, the opponents of prop eighteen say California's different because we directly vote on taxes, school bonds, parcel taxes, and they say that these seventeen year olds are not to be trusted in. Those votes here's Susan Shelley with the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. So of seventeen, year, olds are seeing this in high school and then they're voting in a primary on school taxes school bonds they can be influenced to vote for these taxes without seeing the full argument or having the knowledge of the previous tax increases that may have been passed for the same purpose. Another argument that I read was because our primaries have moved so early. Some of these voters will actually be I, mean closer to sixteen than they are to eighteen when they would be voting in these primaries. Yeah and I think that's another argument made on the No side really about brain development that you know we've set this legal age eighteen and we shouldn't go any farther below it. I haven't seen a whole lot of evidence to suggest that seventeen year old or somehow less likely. To make these decisions than eighteen year olds, there are seventeen year olds who pay taxes after all but that's definitely something you're hearing from the no campaign. Now, it's not often that we actually sea propositions that benefit teenage Californians. How did this one? Make It on the ballot in the first place? This was on the ballot by the state legislature, a two thirds vote and it was largely Democrats who backed it There was only one Democrat who voted against it in the legislature only two Republicans who ended up supporting it. Okay. So even though the legislature has already passed this law because it's basically going to be an amendment to the state constitution, they have to get a public approval for it. That's right and you might be thinking wait doesn't the constitution of the United States kind of set the voting age and it? Really Only, addresses the fact that you can't deny the right to vote to citizens who are eighteen. It really doesn't speak to allowing younger citizens to cast ballots, which is why you've seen a number of states moving this direction and allow seventeen year olds to participate in the primary. At least if they turn eighteen by the general election, is there any idea on what kind of impact this will actually have a voter turnout? Well, we have some idea and that's because of a study by the Public Policy Institute of California which took a look at what they called the so-called prop eighteen voters, and there were two hundred, thousand such. Californians in this boat in the last couple elections, these voters are potentially a significant block especially for primary elections where votes can often be very close decided by a few thousand, a few hundred votes even but another key finding the study found was that the participation of these group of voters is really far from being guaranteed experts and civic engagement say that passing this measure alone is not going to be enough to boost. Turnout rates among young voters I talked with Ron Tariq has about this. She's a sociology professor at UC Santa Cruz I think that propositions eighteen if it passes will be very successful at increasing turn out if it is coupled with civics education at the secondary school level, it creates an opportunity for a secondary school educators to really concentrate more time and resources to developing the curriculum that excites people about voting. So even folks who are backing this change say it's not a panacea. A won't solve all the issues around voting rates in participation of young voters. Alright. K Q d politics, reporter Guy, Marzorati thanks for your help. Thank you.
The Trump Administration's Policies in Afghanistan and Africa
"The foundation for the Defense of Democracies. He's a senior fellow keeps the Long word journal with Tom Johnson and his colleagues. We go immediately to Afghanistan because here during the Republican convention We want to explicate what we can of the Republican intention if it is successful, winning a second term for President Trump and then to remark upon thee. Trump administration's policies in Africa, particularly when it comes to the kind of length organization Al Shabaab on the attack. Billa Very good evening to Afghanistan, you and Tom for many weeks and months now. Have illustrated that the trump policy from the first term was to make a deal with the Taliban and withdraw as much of the American presidents as possible. And hope for the best. I do not expect the Republicans toe have another direction is your sense bill that the military is quit with Afghanistan? As much as the political apparatus is quit, are there of two minds here? Good evening to you, Bill. Good evening, John. Yes. So I agree with you. The Trump Administration is not going to change policy in Afghanistan, Um, barring some type of major events. Um, it's it's just both sides of the aisle are pushing the end The endless wars narrative, which, of course is ridiculous, because the jihadists have a say, and they're going to keep fighting when we leave, of course. We could. You could say something like we wantto end our involvement in these wars. Fine, But the wars will continue our enemies get a vote, and they're nowhere near tired of fighting. The U. S. First the U. S military goes for Afghanistan. Give US military as a whole. Once out of Afghanistan, it's been a drain on their resource is on their energy. Um, I don't. I think they don't see an end. There. They feel again. I'm not speaking for the entire military. And this was the sense I get from millet, you know, from top military leaders. Who have basically signed on signed off on this policy. There's been no objection publicly to this policy of, uh, negotiating with the Taliban and cutting a deal with them, even though they support Al Qaeda. In the meantime, the Taliban and there is Taliban Afghanistan. In several iterations, there's Taliban, Pakistan and several generations the Taliban is preparing for Nearly triumph, but rule I follow from your posting at long word general that Tariq eat Taliban. Pakistan is congratulating the Muslim UMA in general and the Mujahideen in particular on the merger of the two main groups of jihad in Pakistan. Can we regard this as a temporary merger because and they'll be back to fighting over cities or is there some collective push now for the Pakistan, Taliban and the Afghanistan Taliban to work together? So I think there's a push for the Pakistani Taliban in the Afghan Taliban already work close together, Um they Pakistani Taliban fighters have refocused their efforts to Afghanistan. After Pakistani military operations against them. Remember the Pakistanis play a double game? You're You're a good jihadist If you fight in Afghanistan are cashmere, but you're bad jihadists in the fight against the Pakistani state. So this merger that came up really? I found a little surprising because I could point back to a statement in 2015, where the one of the two groups of it's called One of them's Hezbollah, Har. Um, you know, so it had announced that it already merged with the movement of the calibre, or should I say there were ties broken during the turmoil back in 14 4015 with Mullah Omar staffed and when Melissa was alone took over the Pakistani Taliban. Ah, lot of inside baseball, but I won't go into but they had already announced that they had reunited, so something has happened here. Within the last five years. I think this is really sort of There was probably some kind of personality dispute, and I think a lot of this is for propaganda anyway. Really, to just say, hey, look, we're all unified. We're all going to, you know, operate under the same command when I think essentially they were doing the same thing. I go to Africa because you are a U is a long word General have resource is to cover the story of Al Shabaab. We spoke recently of their surprisingly professional looking videos of their recruiting on their training. Now we have a report from long word general of Al Shabaab on the attack hotel military base suicide assault, reminding me that this is a very sophisticated outfit trained with Al Qaeda, Sze Ah complex attacks as Al Shabaab growing and strength to your measure, it does the next Trump administration need to pour more resource is or get out as well. Yes. Oh, Africa has always been fascinating, particularly Somalia. I think some outside of the Taliban Shabbab is the most effective jihadist insurgency in the world. They have They continually take the fight to the rump some Somali government they control 25% of the country despite the fact that you have the African Union and the US and what they could piece together the Somali military and police. To oppose them, and they're there have very good propaganda. As you noted, It's improved a lot over the years and there are very effective at conducting their attacks and keeping their their fighters. Trained and keeping them in the rank and file. Remember, there's been an attempt by the Islamic state to poach from Shabaab, but it's been largely unsuccessful. Not only did they have they conducted major attacks on military bases and hotels, yet another town this one outside of the town of Baidoa, which eyes in sorry the city. If I go, it's probably the second largest city in southern Somalia. Um they took over the town after the Somali military withdrew in the Somali military withdrew from that town because Shabaab was besieging it, so I think Um, I always reluctant to say they're growing in strength. Thes groups have sort of There's an Evan flow to the fighting, and sometimes particularly went outside groups. When the African Union and the US start piling on them. They have some issues, but they're able to await it out. That's the one thing these John, one of the several things that they have. To their advantage. They have the time. You know, that old saying goes, we have all the clocks, but they have all the time While they're very patient in their fight. They're very patient in their jihad. While we have men may have sophisticated military equipment, that's the clocks. They have the time and patients in the will to fight these battles, not enough terms of the US election cycles but in terms of decades Built in general. Now we're at the crossroads for another administration, either, Mr Trump second. Mr Biden's first. Is there any indication pattern worldwide that Al Qaeda is waiting for that decision, or are they staying on the offensive? Matt, no matter who wins. Yeah, I think there are on the offensive. No matter who wins. They do follow the political situation here, but I think they've come to the conclusion that this is just my opinion here. But I think they've come to the conclusion that it doesn't really matter again that end the endless wars narrative and and the actions by the U. S government over two successive administrations. Policies of withdrawn, scaled down and whatnot would look to us is withdrawing troops from Iraq. It just closed that the major based ontology or at least US personnel being at that base. Almost 2000 troops are coming out of there. Um, they see this all and nature there taking it all in, and they realized that the end of our fight in administration is not going to counter act. These measures. Bill Rocha
Biden commemorates anniversary of El Paso Walmart massacre
"Of the El Paso massacre in the city's Wal Mart, where 23 people died. Another 23 people were injured. Former Vice President Joe Biden is posting a video on his Web site urging Americans to use this day as a herald for changed anniversaries of moment. To resume the purpose we felt a year ago. Tariq commit the battle for the soul of this nation. Battle against forces of white supremacy, which this president has encouraged and emboldened. A battle against the spread of hatred, poisoned ideas. In every form. That attack has been described as the deadliest anti Latino shooting in modern American history. And in
Malik B, founding member of The Roots, has died at 47
"Me Be a rapper and founding member of the roots has died. He was forty seven. The group announced the death of the Philadelphia born MC and a social media post Wednesday, the cause of death was not released. Maliki whose real name is Malik Abdul Pass. was a major contributor to the group which includes a mere quest, love Thompson and Tariq Black Thought Trotter. He appeared on four albums before departing the group in Nineteen. Ninety nine, the group won its first grammy the following year the roots paid homage to Maliki for his rap talents and faith. We regretfully inform you of the passing of our beloved brother and longtime roots. Member Malik Abdul Basset. The group said on twitter may he be remembered for his devotion to Islam and innovation as one of the most gifted emcees of all time?
"tariq" Discussed on How I Built This
"Don't know how you know because of the environment you're in we did not have the lead Luxuria Korea the pedigree or the luxury of having uncles or cousins. That you can turn to for advice or get money so you had to do it the hard way. I was on the road a lot as we build stores. Thank God for technology -Nology at that time we leverage technology allowed the stats that people gave you was for every ten stores. You have to have an employee that that's managing those ten stores. We he could only afford one for one hundred so you were on the road so I would get a phone call from our franchisee having this issue and I would say I'll be there tomorrow and and that's just how I was and at times I wish I had said No. You know what I'll see you next week. Because the reality of it is we still fruit baskets so the family comes first. I hear a little bit and the most important people that you do things for usually pay the highest price. They're they're very forgiving and and they went through a lot and it's probably something I think about the most but at the same time these are the same people that make you successful because when you slow down there like what. What are you doing goal because they get used to you being a certain way and especially when they see that you enjoy in your successful they do pay a price but at the same time? You couldn't do it without i. I have had a couple of conversations with on some entrepreneurs in this audience who have said look apparent of got kids. I want to spend time with my kids. That's a priority for me and I wonder under I mean. Is it possible. I mean you invest in companies. You Mentor people. You advise other founders. Who are starting out both younger and older? Is it possible to you. Really build something meaningful and purposeful that requires a lot of time and energy but still maintain your focus on your personal life your family your partner. I think it's possible if you could disconnect I think you have to have tunnel vision and that's probably why the family and people around US suffer for a little bit because you see the destination you see where you WanNa go in your. Just add it. My my kids were reminding. You have a ten year old boy in nine year old boy. They were both reminding me that. Hey we went to this ice cream shop and you were on the phone and we don't want to go to the ice cream shop because you're on the phone for an hour and we have to sit around waiting for ice cream you you know. I had to learn to balance this where I just don't know how to disconnect I'll be sending messages at two. Am I woke up. And I got this idea about how to dip apple a different way and somebody will reply back at four. Am like Oh. You didn't need to do that this will you sent it at two. AM and so. I think with that you have to realize that. How Oh you're wired and I think the family has to realize and you have to be realistic with the family to say this is going to be a very hard time? I'm going to be very very busy the but just I only I always tell people. Don't waste your life time on dumb ideas just you know you have no business being in a bad business. Don't do that because there. You won't forgive yourself and your family won't forgive you so that's the only the only balance that you have to be careful. I see some people doing some stuff. They're very passionate about it. And that's where you need a mentor or someone to help you. Awesome free founder of edible arrangements..
"tariq" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Identify I will say, though, that they had a similar perspective that laziest parents had about kwanza growing up, there was like this made up. This is fake Bobo, blah. And like in some ways, it is. But I mean if it brings people like joy and solidarity and Afra mation than fine. Let them celebrate everything made up. Your parents are super religious. Tariq hours up in the charge, but went to church too much. So now you know, see my grandma was so religious. So if it didn't have God in it, we didn't sell. Not here for Arbor day. Yes..
"tariq" Discussed on Z104
"We don't import Tariq. Oh, I just want to hear you screaming dive, indeed. Doc. Spyro seater C one four. Just. Say. Joe? This happen to me. Exit. If you want to. Because I want. Comey. Want to even never never met. You. You would be nice. Seven here the morning..
Odell Beckham Jr. doesn't know if Eli Manning is reason for the New York Giants' struggling offense
"Gonna take over just short of their own thirty yard line to start. Also, an interesting game going on in Cincinnati today where the dolphins have the ball. And today might be an interesting sort of introduce yourself right on right on for the Miami Dolphins because they go through and nobody really believes it. But some eyebrows are raised and then they go into New England. And everyone went well that'll be that'll be the end of that. And it very very clearly wise. But I still am not one hundred percent. Sure. Like, I don't think the dolphins were as good as three an hour. I don't think they were as bad as they were doing the last week. And with the way Cincinnati's played at three and one. I think today will be a day that we learned some things about the dolphins. Yeah. Because this is in a turnover tight defense. Cincinnati. I think I think that they are going to pose a decent threat. This game is in Cincinnati today. And so the dolphins have a hill to climb here. Ten they do it. I always look at the first four games of the season. And we're just on the other side of that now and people have all these really rash opinions about what they've seen through the first quarter of this season. Anybody who knows football knows this. Nobody sees in his loss in the first four games. We gotta get through this hump this no October into November tumble where we get to see who is persevering we've seen it many times. Also, you can sneak into the playoffs with a lower record and make a ton of noise in January. So a lot to be learned about all these teams. Okay, James Connell. With the first score the day. He's gonna pop in from five yards out for the Steelers. What I don't know. After review is whether or not it's going to stand it's going to be closed as to whether or not the knee was down before he reached across the goal line. Also, it looked like Detroit just scored a touchdown. However, I think of flag just called it back, and it was Kenny golladay, which means it really ticks me off because I've got Kenny in bulk leagues. And so this just ruined my breakfast right here. Kenny golladay from fifty yards out. Beautiful cats in the end zone. Touchdown. No, just kidding. There's a flag may have been a hold may have been a whole. I'll say, yeah. I liked this spot for the lions today. You don't like this spot for the lines today? Producer lee. I'm sorry. No. I love the Packers. You know? I love me some Green Bay. You know, I love me all the folks up in Wisconsin. I just think this is a rough spot for Green Bay today there to one and one they're very banged up. They're not clicking. Emma lions at one in three and at home are going to be a desperate football team. And hey, Mike McCarthy give the ball to Aaron Jones. Those are my things I want to say about this football game outside of Detroit's first game against the jets where they got utterly dominated on both sides of the ball. I I really do respect with Matt Patricia has done there. Because those guys didn't quit and boy, oh boy. Field but Tariq hill game. Yup. I was that was low end around and hill took it all the way down to the thirty yard line of the Jags. However, there was a flag along the way. So not in the backfield. But something tells me this is going to be a block in the back, and this is going to. Yeah. All we gotta hold. This one's coming back, at least part of the way. And we'll redo I down so golladay and hill right out of the gate. Not really. They call it on Sammy Watkins, look when you have wideouts who are willing blockers, you love this stuff, and you really do. But that's Jalen Ramsey who is a physical corner, and he got tied up where walk ins and and on his way down. There was a lot of jersey being held. So that one goes back, and they'll be I in twenty instead of I down on the twenty. We did learn this though hill does not seem bothered by the wet grass. No, he he looks at Justice. Yeah. He. Yeah. Tyreek hill can run folks. I don't know if you've noticed this over a short time, and then F L, but he is extraordinary with the ball in his hand. So that is good news for Kansas City. But again, you know, the running game right there on that play. Just a quick outside. Play nearside Kareem hunt. Tackled with a two yard game. I think this is going to have to be a game where you really aimed to run the ball inside the tackles. Because if you're going to stretch the field left auroras should say east and west instead of going north and south you're going to have those situations where runner is going to have to get feedback under him before he can actually turn up field. Okay. I believe that touchdown. Indeed in Pittsburgh was overturned. So the review shows James Connors elbow. We're looking at the freeze frame right now. By the way, he's not down the one. He's done with a one inch line. Yeah. The knows that ball is shy of the goal line with the elbow down. So here comes third and goal from inside the one. On the nose of the ball is almost already breaking the plane. In fact, when I played center when we had situations like this just to screw with the defense. I would put my feet right next to the ball and extend it into the end zone. You know, obviously, those don't count as touchdowns in James Connor with a leaping run over the middle of the offensive formation Steelers. First blood in there, you go. Yeah. So that's what this game's going to be all about if you don't score on one play. It's okay. You'll score on the next one. We're going to see in Pittsburgh today. And now it's official. The Steelers are on the board six nothing with any PAT try on the way. And that is the first score of the game. There are many more no doubt to calm. Baker mayfield's about to take the field March will also join us next as the cardinals and forty Niners. Get ready for battle in the bay later today. It's red zone radio with Mark and rich on Fox Sports radio. Yes, sir. Brown.
"tariq" Discussed on FanBros
"Tariq Joe Tariq's look on his face where in the fall, like even trying to low ball is do what you right. Why would you do? And they're come. Roderick is built so fast. So quick over from even from season four with everything he seen about Canaan, I think he respects Canaan, because Canaan, yeah, he lied in certain regards about ghost, but did he though you know what I'm saying? Like ditty. He may have embellished, but at its core, he was telling the truth and this dude feel like he correct things. The dude has been who's kept it the most funky widow, right? So now he's reciprocated. Does does Torino too, so he doesn't know that Canaan kill Sean, right? I mean, yeah, I don't know if they don't think he knows. I'll see now that is also a big leverage part to Sean. Was Therese guy like alyssa's guy right for anybody. And the fact that Qena was like air. Air, you know, didn't say that goes are shot him. I would. That's where the whatever they said he did. He did this shit. Jail, and he was just like, you'll anything they say goes, did he did? Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. So to read, it's holding like that's that's kinda ground route frustration of to recap ghosts relationship. And I feel like because of that he like hates goes, but now he hates them even more because Canaan is such a stand up, quote, unquote, stand up, dude and goats. His never told to wreak a like too many honest things in his life. Right, right. And you can see Tariq is willing to do whatever for Kane, and you see that little hyperventilating join at the at the at the security checkpoint all, yeah, yeah, a y'all are they? Are they really get men and Robin the, oh, I'm Joe to be honest bro. Like this is just fifty cents a life. This whole get Richard. I try the best sokaia. Hi. This is really like this is really two thousand three and two thousand five. Like for real. Like I feel there is certain themes where I see fifty talking into reek and I'm like, man, I wonder if the like if this rain is strange relationship with goes in re is like similar to like fifty in markets. Like, you know, I just the way I see fifty interacted with the re is, is also a symbolism. I feel like personally of the sun net fifty once he he didn't want shown. So he smoked, we don't want the eat. You don't want marquee so isolated from his life. And so now like through this new relationship, maybe fifties? No son is like a reemergence of this father, son relationship. I don't know. I just feel like if the is messy enough to have some business, his business play out imbalance, our wouldn't put a pass them. I wouldn't put it past them. So we're, we're, we're, we're heading to the next location on the ghost apology tour. He wants to repair his business relationships now. So this is the one that kinda surprised me the most. He calls Tate in and he talks to Tate, like yo, my bad. I was walling offers fifty k. to the gubernatorial campaign and ties just like, you know what we pay money like that you are right. Like you get him is so that one was a little straightforward. He already knew. All you have to do was kind of stop pressing about the Queen child project, let it be what it's going to be and pay and pay his debt..
Vegas shooting survivor: MGM suit "feels like bullets flying at my head"
"Suing hundreds of Las Vegas shooting survivors asking a. Federal judge to throw out their claims against MGM and stop them from filing new ones CBS news jerick Dunkin tells us how obscure law could bolster MGM's. Case nine months after the Las Vegas shooting Lisa finds physical injuries have healed but her emotional. And psychological wounds have not find says MGM latest legal maneuver makes her feel sick to her, stomach are fine at my, head right now in two federal lawsuits filed against Hundreds of, shooting victims last week MGM says it cannot be held liable for deaths injuries. Or other damages arising from the shooting it. Cites the safety act the law encourages security firms to develop new anti-terrorism measures in exchange companies who use those security firms are immune from, claims MGM says it cannot be sued for the, shooting because the. Security firm it hired for the concert was certified under the safety act Tariq. Dunkin CBS news New York expect slow going if, you're in, santee today a busy intersections no longer flooded but it's still being repaired following a water main break. It happened overnight on mission gorge road between for Nita drive.
"tariq" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Takeoff on the gob are back to back benjamin or crowder benjamin yeah i would probably take the benjamin we all will disparage coming benjamin because he's been such a lumbering injured he's like all right but the reality is one of the ins for is that lord of the rings lord of the rings yeah because he's he's a big lumbering you know three tree but the reality is he man he he's got big branches still only guy there i mean we talk about charleston being necessarily and charles clay i mean he makes kelvin benjamin looked like tariq gill all right quarterback kirk cousins do pr adp for kirk cousins i'm gonna go seven to one on a go higher than that i'm going to go six oh three eight oh four what way oh four i thought there was a block of quarterbacks going right in that six round may i guess the i'm thinking of standard and they just get pushed down there go what's ahead of him yeah he's gotta be like quarterback five or six off the draft the right let me take a quick look at that he's going right after some of the bigger names that you would expect cousins is currently the eighth quarterback off the board wow really gap between breeze right now newton numbers or both seventh round picks cousins in garoppolo our eighth round picks and i would take cousins by country mile cousin garoppolo cousins is probably based on that adp would be the first quarterback i would be looking at you know anything higher than the eighth round i'm not really looking at and to me because it's still a tier above some of those other late round guys that i like i like stafford i like rivers i can get them a couple rounds later but i see stafford still cut above that so i might consider it right now cousins goes and then garoppolo and then around later gough in behind him stafford beware beware of the the g men in jimmy garoppolo jared goff jordan reed we'll wrap it up with jordan reed we'll get into some back jordan reed where do you think is averaged position is because where does.
"tariq" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Us and i take all these steps to get to a point in my career where i am doing play by play of tariq kendrick perkins not what i predicted this is not what my parents envisioned but this is the reality of where we are in the world of sports today well and i was proud to do it very proud well on you never know what life prepares you for be handled it expertly if you if thank what were they saying about it on twitter yeah it caught fire i i would calling long if i remember correctly raptors seven forty two yes was pissed and the kendrick for yeah that's what he stepped over the line famed kyle lowry fan out there vallon tunis's bought i think is what by the way great fantasy name chris write that down valentinus bought for later on this fall okay so what's what's your scoop now that the nba and basketball season is done do you actually get a break here in your career i i have an assignment near and dear your heart i go to french open doing it the last years for tennis channel i have retained that's euro french over that twelve year period okay i know how to order steak freaks that's the entire limit of my my friends i'd say a cold yeah oh okay that's that's the next time i leave in a little less than two weeks and they're about two weeks and then i shut it down completely like shut it down shut it down so you got the you wash off the clay and then you go wash up to deep red clay that gets indebted into my shoes.
CBS News poll: Americans divided on Trump's immigration ban
"A jury could what what is the white house saying about this interview tonight well press secretary sarah sanders says she's not even sure that the president saw the entire interview there on sixty minutes but sources tell our cbs news is major garrett that administrative officials both inside and outside of the white house regarded this interview as uneven and illprepared either way the president still has a vote of confidence in device who was just put in charge of a special commission that will focus specifically on school safety jeff a dunkin' at the white house tariq affects a new cbs news poll out tonight finds americans sharply divided on sanctuary cities 48 percent 48percent service should deal with immigrants as they see fit 47 percent believe they should be forced to comply with federal efforts to detain or deport undocumented immigrants on another matter just thirty eight percent of americans favor building a border wall but among republicans support is at seventy seven percent coming up next that's right cbs evening news it has happened again eggs and embryos may have been damaged at a second fragility clinic and later a waitress gets an unexpected reward for her kind words wbz news time 645 will return to the cbs evening news in just a moment but of right now we check your ride with my king tonight as.
"tariq" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Is this time to a man named tariq than again to what he calls the bedouin mafia it was here where they said they wouldn't let him go unless his parents transferred the money on operators of called my friends we spoke to my parents would then transferred the money into the account at around five hundred you lose i was three rebid ivory into the third most likely nationality to cross the mediterranean to get to europe and we syrians who facing ruin their home country and nigerians many fleeing boko haram outnumber them ivory coast is into poor country compared to some of its neighbors but still people fleeing spartak's of ivory coast because well same time a relatively wealthy country hair but people were attracted by the european dream chose ruled a nays from the eu mission in ivory coast while it's difficult tricks but through seasons every year also one of his objective dixie to surrender some more white people are living on how we can help them to find the of what she teas that they're looking for in their own country the voluntary repatriation schemes run by the iowa in the un's migration agency and the european union in partnership with the ivory governments they're working with thirteen other governments in the region to the migrants who go through canceling they'll have helped to find work to settle back into the communities both somewhere ashamed to show their faces jerome issues happy to behave ship osce got more some of that i spent foremost without any news of my family and i'll just called my grandfather to tell he alive that i'm going home he was very emotional heartbeat i told him not to worry i'm coming back really it was so distressing ships have been egypt i ask him if he'll make the trip again don't want jamila pablo ceo.
"tariq" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"Santa yeah the stakes are not world domination like they are for danny but that doesn't mean that the stakes aren't very real because ultimately what matters more than family and in this episode sanzo learned that some members of her family are alive this is a gamechanger for her she is talking to theon tariq and she says tell me why brennan rican should be dead while you still breathe the air tell me to my face the and tell me that they weren't your brothers the ansa's ultimately nice stumbling and oh alone little slip in anna push crumbles they were brandenburg on i couldn't find them it was true farmboys i killed them burn them so no one would know the look yeah on signs us face this is it's a kind of hope that she has it dared to have exerted a very likely the gay very long time and she asked for information they went do you know where they went anything you can telling direction anything point just point paiva news point it doesn't matter though that in this moment he is not able to give her anything all the matters is that she understands something about the world and what might be possible that she didn't understand moments prior and she was in pure survival mode pure oment to moments selfpreservation and now she has reason to hope that the stark line might be rekindled that she is not completely and utterly alone in the world and of course the dark side of this is as soon as you get to experience the joy rowing they're alive their slim crashing horror of trying to figure out what situation there and because you know more likely than not there in extreme danger what are the stakes for them and there's another stark sibling out there as well though son citizen notice at moment but aurea aria are he gets her first assignment from quote unquote trucking she is to reconnoitre a old man on the raghman doc who is essentially a seller of life insurance medical center and when an opportune moment arises she's to take him out with viall poison however she chooses do that in the book she puts in on the coin which she notices that he's constantly biting.