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"temer" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"temer" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"temer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

Monocle 24: The Stack

04:13 min | 3 months ago

"temer" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack

"The stack. Thirty minutes of print industry analysis. And i am fitting was to questionable foreign observers of brazilian politics. Maybe surprised at the profusion of arabic surnames. Among the nation's leaders from leftist dodge to former president michel temer they have played a big role on the national stage. Why in the past twenty five years. Sao paulo brazil's largest city has had three mayors of a rabbit descent experts estimate that between seven and ten million lebanese people emigrated to brazil in the twentieth century. A number greater than lebanon's current population and new book by the journalist and writer job to bruce immigra- associated lebron is and but as you look at their stores as king why lebanese brazilians have done so well in fields such as politics. Here is my chat with job. That was always interested in the middle east. In general i was always interested into. He's trees of the waste. I did a master's in arab studies. When i was giving in spain that ended another one here in the us. I studied arabic have been studying arabic for more than ten years. Worked as correspondent in jerusalem for awhile evening baru in cairo. So i had a connection with the region but then concerning the book started could realizing who said we have so many people. Don't follow we. Have you know. The former mayor of paulo for another dodge was the son of lebanese migrants. The same thing and other mayors you. Benfica saab is also descendant. We have another mayor bottle. Model was also the senate we head. Of course. the president michel.

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"temer" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"temer" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"Was kusala or emperor means all his 'putative uncle however to timur had years before issued an edict declaring that told hong temer was not kusala son. It was also widely alleged or rumored that talk on timers. Father was really a chinese man. A descendant of assume emperor no less and his mother was a muslim. sometimes however fact is stranger conviction. It was true that the age of ten tall timber was exile to an island off of korea. Then at the age of twelve brought to southern china where he was tutored in buddhism from among we also know that his potato uncle to timur had passed him by for told home timbers younger brother wrench bowel while the powers to be haggled over who would permanently succeed to temer wants. His younger brother. Wrenching ball died soon. After taking the throne talk hone temer was finally chosen as the emperor but there are rumors. He was chosen only as temporary gesture until a more suitable successor was found one of the persons involved. In selecting the chinese emperor was a fellow by the name of bienne or by yan of the merck. Kid by advocated on behalf told hone timur and for that he was rewarded with the coveted position of grand counselor of the right. He powerful position by john was an interesting person. His ancestors went way back in mongolian history. They were horsemen to the khan and his family by on himself was born into a military family. His family had been capable horseman. Serving the mongols in their conquests of eurasia byron served. Capably as a military commander in china during cooler khan's reign. He was a mongolian aristocrat of long experience with a deep personal ethnic an institutional loyalty to the mongolian side of the yuan dynasty. He had also been appointed to various court physicians and continued to hold important positions. During irbe are wada's rain. He's been further described as a traditionalist. Who wanted to preserve mongolian culture. Others saw him as a violent autocrat. After after two thames rain he broke with his former allies el temor and instead supported told hone temer in the succession fight in the year. Thirteen thirty five bion executed a bloody coup against the family members of his former colleague el temor and charged him with treason he then sent set in motion a series of extraordinary and bizarre events in an attempt to turn back the calendar to emulate the times and rule of.

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"temer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"temer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The Brewers win another game in the standings but lose another player to the The injured list. Brandy has that, plus the latest on the Bucks knocks all in sports at 6 45 Milwaukee Bucks playoff coverage on WTMJ, The now empty plot of land that used to have the Bradley Center will be transformed tonight into a watch party space for the Bucks and the Hawks. TMJ four is Lance Allen. You know it's the calm before the storm. The wave of anticipation and excitement is already building with the building on the south end of Pfizer form. There is a stage set up as well as a screen. There was an audio check and another Version of the Dear District is going up as they expect as many people outside the building is inside the building. You want more bucks playoff coverage. This text the word bucks. BU CKs 285561616 20, Kobe Bryant's widow, agreeing to settle a lawsuit over his death in Los Angeles, Vanessa Bryant and victims relatives sued the pilot and owners of the helicopter the crash last year, killing Kobe Bryant, his daughter, Gianna and seven others. The suit claims funky weather that day was not conducive to flying and the pilot neglected to properly assess and monitor conditions. Federal investigators agreed. The National Transportation Safety Board released a report back in February, blaming pilot error for the crash, saying he got so disoriented. He thought he was climbing when the chopper was plunging Terms of the settlement have not been disclosed. Monica Ricks. CBS News retailers continue to piggyback on popular online sales like Amazon Prime Day. Deeper discounts for consumers, though, usually means more scammers are ready to take advantage. Better Business Bureau serving Wisconsin CEO Jim Temer says before you start shopping online first. Thanks first look up into the address bar and it should be https. That s means that secure or there could be a little gray or green padlock there. He also says Spelling is key. You may want to go to a story. Let's just say it's target about a popular misspelling of target could be a scam website and the safest way to make your purchases online. Always. We recommend you use a credit card, because if it is a scam, or.

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Amazon Prime Day: Fraudsters Take Advantage of Online Deals

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

01:43 min | 5 months ago

Amazon Prime Day: Fraudsters Take Advantage of Online Deals

"Out with Amazon Prime days. Today's the last day and other retailers are kind of jumping on board to give consumers deep discounts. But along with the deals and steals some criminals are trying to take advantage of people shopping online. Earlier today, I spoke with better Business bureau serving Wisconsin CEO Jim Temer for what to watch out for when snatching up those deals online and what you have to look out for our unsolicited emails, texts or phone calls anything that you do not initiate. They may claim you have a free gift waiting or there's a problem with delivery and you need to click on a link or give up some information. There's a real popular when our people will contact you claiming to be Amazon, and they have to fix an issue with your account. We hear people get this and they don't even have an Amazon account. And what they want is your credit card information or your login details or even remote access to your computer. What about fake websites and product photos? What do we need to look for? If we want to make sure it's a legit site. Well, first thing before you put any information, look up into the address bar and it should be https. That means it's secure or there could be a little gray or green padlock there. That's the first thing you want to look for. You also want to make sure you're putting in the accurate website. You may want to go to a story. Let's just say it's target. But a popular misspelling of target could be a scam website or cheap target merchandise or whatever it is And when you're searching using a search engine watch out when you use terms like cheap or low cost value things like that, because you're going to get a lot more of the fake websites to pop up and what they do is they take legitimate photos from legitimate websites. Flat Manu a fake website and claim they're going to sell you something when all you're going to do is lose your money. These scammers are not

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"temer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"temer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"temer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"temer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Tanner, Mr Dave Temer. No. Nobody of that name lives here. Oh, no friend of mine. I've come a long way to see him. But look, here's the lettering sent me. I'm sorry. Not to be afraid. I'm not a cop. He's a Welshman dark here and eyes. Bit of a limp. Maybe Mr Jones, you're wanting, but he's not here now. You know when he'll be back? No, I, uh I know you're no. That's blood on your hands, one of the largest cut itself on glass. Davies here isn't there. He's here, and he's hurt. No. You can come in. I tell you you want doing Come on faces on before I lose any more blood. Was it anyway, It's alright. Dave made Jim Christ. Tim Price find time for visiting is chosen. Come on, man. I'm bleeding to death. Wei went upstairs. Inside his room day was sitting white face on the edge of a bed. You win since the girl dog die iodine into what was obviously a bullet wound in the bandit. Ah, tight. What happened? Dave, tell you later. Glad to see a bus. He's Davey. Laptop from food. Find another in court. You can't do. How did you get it? It's time to go now. All right. Is better. No weaken, took You come over for that job as gotta show with no questions asked. Managed it cost me my last farthing. I've got no papers. I got sure. It's what matters. Jim. It's a mining jobs. I told you, you have me on with my coat..

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"temer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"temer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ghost was released. 26 years ago, 1994 tiny Harding's ex husband, Jeff Gallucci, sentenced in Portland two years in prison. For his role in the attack on Nancy Kerrigan. He served a whopping six months. You might remember on this day in 2005 Mr Bernard Ebbers. The ex CEO of WorldCom, who orchestrated the biggest corporate fraud in the United States history, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for his part in $11 billion accounting fraud at WorldCom. And it was seven years ago Today in 2013 the black lives matter. Hashtag first appeared. On this day 2013. A Facebook post made by Alicia Garza in response to what The acquittal of George Temer's. That would be correct. The acquittal of George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin Birthday's Today include actor Michael Mondo. Nacho Varga on breaking bad and better call Saul. He's 39. Ken Jeong Mr Chow in the Hangover movies 51 years old Cameron Crowe. Writer director. Gave us some great stuff and gave us some crap. Gave us Jerry Maguire almost famous. Say anything. Vanilla Sky Fast times at Ridgemont High. I think you know what does not belong. Happy birthday, Kiki, you're on. And now it's time for America's favorite.

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Supreme Court rules federal civil rights law protects LGBTQ workers

Her Turn

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court rules federal civil rights law protects LGBTQ workers

"For people I know that a lot to of remain people right non now partisan are looking for something and to do we I think all feel this decision that this is a moment gives where we us all need to come some together hope that and that will so Monterey in fact is be the case a space for Capstick that and I want to invite might people look to at come this to decision our website and at Monterey say oh dot yeah org they're throwing the and ball learn about ways but you can wait support the till work that we're doing other hot with button grassroots issues women come all up over I the mean world we're still waiting sign up for to the our mailing decision list and thank on you very the much abortion for the opportunity right Hey that was Diana Dewart we gonna come Crowder down is next director week of policy maybe on and Monday strategic engagement so maybe speaking this is with Arlene that soldier throwing from her us turn a bone because on Monday they're going to take away a woman's right to choose I actually don't think that it's going to be that extreme but I'm not feeling very hopeful that we're going to get a great good liberal decision out of this report I'm at okay that was pines in market tourney Temer Packard speaking with Richard got reporter loose ski is sandy the state genitals treasurer for Wisconsin she took office in twenty nineteen and has been diligent performing the many duties of her office welcome return back reporter everyone sandy jungle welcome recently back talked you with Sarah were listening to Sarah Godlewski her says infinite the Wisconsin varieties state treasurer celebrating has many responsibilities women in music she talks culture about the things and that have been arts accomplished just here this on year W. one O. of my R. roles T. eighty is nine to be the point chair nine of FM the school trust fund in D. and beautiful that is Madison a fine I'm that your has host one point two billion Meghan infectious flowers dollars disease and here 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"temer" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"temer" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"All three years that they wanted despite only the cases before them they want to why the law is not beyond what the law provides I think the court is the last place where we can hope for people to remain non partisan and I think this decision gives us some hope that that will in fact be the case Capstick might look at this decision and say oh yeah they're throwing the ball but wait till other hot button issues come up I mean we're still waiting for the decision on the abortion right Hey we gonna come down next week maybe on Monday so maybe this is that throwing us a bone because on Monday they're going to take away a woman's right to choose I actually don't think that it's going to be that extreme but I'm not feeling very hopeful that we're going to get a great good liberal decision out of this report I'm at okay that was pines in market tourney Temer Packard speaking with Richard reporter sandy genitals infectious disease.

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"temer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"temer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Well Milwaukee police are investigating at least nine shootings and injured thirteen people over Memorial Day weekend we were shot outside of a Walmart your capital in Fulton on Saturday afternoon to shooting incidents reported within ten minutes of each other as well none of the shootings have resulted in anyone being killed W. T. M. J.'s rotary opening with businesses adapting to new hours and new rules of operations how are they keeping customers informed it doesn't matter if they're open if nobody comes and Jim Taylor is the CEO and president of the better business bureau serving Wisconsin he says some of those new tips for small businesses include storefront signage to let customers know they're open you know things like that you can put it on your front window your front door so people are aware of what's going on he says businesses should also be utilizing social media because right when you re open the policies you have in place but not be the same things that you have a month later or two months later Temer says that any rules like requiring face masks will likely be left up to individual business owners Alex grow W. T. M. J. news despite parades and services being cancelled because of cover nineteen veterans are still being remembered as heroes many wore masks during ceremonies and kept their social distancing interactions were at a minimum it would national cemetery one family visits every year to honor Melissa Witmer the first woman in the history of the Wisconsin National Guard to be killed in combat family friend Kristen Bergland tells T. M. J. four news sacrifice and it is no different this year than any other year a lot of people still want to honor and we can do that safely they're safe ways to do lots of things so as long as you can be safe and healthy about it then we can do it again many wore their masks and kept their social.

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"temer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"temer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Are even in crises people who looking to take advantage of other people that that really is one of those disheartening things of all of this you know there are some unfortunately there are souls so many more stories of good happening out there than bad but but we need to be aware and on guard and who better to talk to and what better entity to help us look out for one another then the folks at the better business bureau we're pleased to be joined on the line now by Jim Temer he is the CEO and president of the Wisconsin better business bureau good afternoon Jim how are you I'm well how are you how are you holding up are you held up in the in office or I was Jim tremor going about his day to day job duties right now well like Jim timer has a spare room in his house now that his son is off to college so his room is now my office and I never had an office with a bat in force last pretty much fair enough gosh and I appreciate you giving us some time and I know that the everybody who's listening right now is is geared into this because it does I said going into it the truth of the matter is there are people looking to take advantage of other people all the time even in remarkable times like this just before we get into some specific things that you in the organization I have seen them and want to alert us to big picture here what from your vantage point from a consumer protection vantage point what has been your take on the last three weeks here in Wisconsin when it comes to the the the consumerism and the protection well we've seen an explosion of course and scams and we can talk about individual scams and price gouging but this is something that we do not foresee ending soon even after the pandemic has gotten over the peak of the curve and it's on the way down we're going to continue to see the user in the securities scams and go fund me scams and donating to help people out scams in the scans are going to be increasing and increasing and in this time is when scammers are most effective because Scott you have to know your listeners know that scams we live and work when people are emotional when you're afraid when you're worried when you're maybe happy are they want you to think emotionally and not with your mind because if you think rationally you're going to see red flags are not gonna fall for these scams okay let's begin from myself and people I know there is a level of anxiety that's ratcheted up all across the board so would somebody tells you all my gosh now please master mandatory here's a website you can buy them more all my gosh it's a miracle cure over here or you want that government relief check you have to click you know people will fall for these things because they aren't thinking clearly because of the rampant emotions that are affecting all of us well in in those specific examples that you bring up the those are all tied to the emotion of of hope I mean everybody right we're we're all looking to cling to some semblance of of news of maybe there's maybe there's there's you know progress made on a vaccine and we're we're trying and hoping for that next piece of of some light and again like you say those who are looking to take advantage of us are are taking advantage of our collective hope right now that's right and and they're out there and ironically what destroys hold more than having that whole crushed by somebody who's fortunately stealing your money these are bad people were talking about there out there that says that these are not right now make it clear these are not business as we're talking about bad guys aren't performing well we're talking about fraud scam there's no product coming to you if they're stealing your money they're taking websites they're pretending to be the government these are real cooks and you have to watch yourself and watch your pocketbook all right I I've I've got a handful of of which is the categories are things that I'd like to go through but you know I I'll just kind of throw it out to you first of all before I I cherry pick a few things is there one or two big scams or or big things happening right now that you and your staff are seeing that you want to headline the right out of the gate all right we'll hit the first one I think is there's a lot of activity around these government relief checks it was on social media and a lot of facts are showing up to people eating that you know click here to get bigger your government check or if you get a fifty dollars will expedited into your account so these packs will come through or maybe it's because there's no one online covert nineteen mandatory cast well there is no evidence will give me the option to take stock or no you won't get anymore in a taxidermist and you couldn't even do that because all they're doing is fishing around to see if it's an active phone number and you want your personal information or maybe you're going to download some malware into your phone so anything that's coming to an attack this you have to be very leery of or any other government does not use social media the US government isn't contacting you through your Facebook are you weren't standing up for relief trucks that way people again you have to be very leery about anyways you think the government is trying to help people saying they're the government trying to contact you and of course you can always Google and phone number if it's the department of Judea you know Iraq's Arkansas state revenue agency whatever it is you can always Google that phone number call them directly and it it's a bedside a better N. dot G. 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V. or it's not government another one that we're looking at right now this is folly to chill or investigators working on right now is that there are many fake websites claiming to sell N. ninety five masks and one of which is using a Wisconsin address acting field but I don't recall off the top of my head so I have a colleague in Cincinnati forward me an email that she received talking that you could buy these N. ninety five masks you could buy thousands up up well we already looked at you know the building this company doesn't exist it's not really register but they're using a Wisconsin address so people out there looking to scam you about the government checks in about masks so those are two that are worried up top that are going to be going on for several weeks to come it all big picture was specifically to the stimulus check that should be coming to all of us here in the next week to ten days at least start how concerned are you Zacks for those people who don't have direct deposit who are going to be getting an anticipating a physical check in the mail how concerned are you how concerned should should those individuals be in terms of people trying to do it with whether it's flat out steal them or or somehow circumvent a process to to get their stimulus money or re routed to them instead of people who need it most well it's going to be a chart of course won bypolls benefit to being home is that you can watch for the mail and you can see when when they come in you can go out there and you can click a mailbox right away but that was probably the first thing I would recommend to do most people if you do have direct deposit you don't have to worry it'll be right in there but it's once you get that money again people will be trying to separate it from you pretty quickly but if you're looking for a physical check I would really say you know don't let it sit there for days and days if you can and if your home and you know the postal employee does drop the waters off don't check your mailbox right away and maybe you've got some neighbors and you can you know check clears to war however that's going to work but and if you see somebody could look out the window and you see somebody checking out mailboxes in your neighborhood that doesn't live there that's that's something that I'm on record right away Jim tenor CEO president of the Wisconsin better business bureau price gouging how I guess how does a consumer go about identifying something as being you know falling under the category of price gouging is is it something where the price is just astronomical from what it normally would be I guess that would be an obvious one but other other other little tell tale signs of that particular element in play that that we can watch for well of course it is really the price sense anything that people look at and that's on the products that we're talking about around this to you mascots surgical gloves in hand sanitizer in anything like that of course we all know toilet paper I was flying off the shelves and what we need you can report this to us on the complaint we share it with about your culture train consumer protection Federal Trade Commission turning general's office we need people to be specific about the transaction as possible name and address of the business if they know any names of employees that were there what they were asking for for this product you could even take a picture with your phone and then maybe compare prices somewhere else and it's easy when you see that more toilet paper for thirty two dollars right I mean that's right gotcha people have to be in print remember that the end of the line retailer they're facing a lot of increases as well transportation costs and increase employee costs a big the mirror suppliers have increased and whoever manufactures the items are cracking me up increase so during this time there may be a lot of price increases down the line so something is up ten or fifteen percent I wouldn't worry about it too much but if something's about follows a percent you've got to look out in these businesses that are price gouging right now I personally hope everybody remembers who they are this is gonna be over and we're gonna be able to look back and we're going to know what the businesses back home to their communities and the other side of that is the amazing businesses that have been helping our community and the better business bureau you know we always support are credited businesses they're trustworthy they're full of integrity they do what they say they're going to do the answer complaints from customers and good businesses are the ones that we wanna reward for that good behavior that that is a great point you know Jim I I have talked on the show recently about that very principle and I talk about in terms of watching our leaders I don't care about political parties just watch our leaders how are they acting how are they reacting and and make mental notes and do the same with your own company in your employers and your managers how have they treated you how have how has the company treated you through all this make mental notes there's a lot of good going on maybe there's a lot of not so good going on and I think it's a really great point you make that Hey keep an eye on the companies and businesses that are maybe not treating us the way we should and remember that in the long run okay I can I hold you over one quick commercial break just because I want to come back and I'm gonna talk about some of the things including some tips to help out some of those small businesses and some of those great accredited businesses that you talk about because there is the other side of the coin where we can as consumers need to help out those businesses that we frequent during normal times can you get the hang for just about two and a half minutes yeah my pleasure awesome Jim Temer is the presidency over the Wisconsin better business bureau and yeah but we're gonna look at the other side now what can we do to continue to help out these businesses that need our help now M. lets a minute for the foreseeable future more on the other side are you.

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"temer" Discussed on Marketing Above All

Marketing Above All

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"temer" Discussed on Marketing Above All

"If you're working with kids for example what do you do with the people that are either pausing canceling pushing dates out? What do you do with those people? How do you react? And what do you do so I wanted to give you some strategies because as a marketing agency this is definitely something that we have been dealing with each and every single day and sadly it's one of the first things that small business owners and local businesses either think to cut or scale back on. Is the marketing. So I wanNA give you some of the strategies that we've been using an obviously we can preach and talk 'til were blue in the face and show all of the statistics that say this is the absolute best time to double down and were surely saying that and I would say that's resonated with x percent of the people that have reached out and said. Hey Michael we really don't have a ton of cash coming in. What do we do? What can we work out here? I WanNa give you some different options. Now this is largely catered to the services industry but services a pretty broad phrase so this could be if people are pausing or pushing out different services and things like that. If you're a contractor if your an accountant I mean that's not really something that you can heavily push back but maybe someone was looking at opening up a 401k plan for their team. Obviously if you're in the client or consulting space or anything be to be a lot of these people are freezing and they're trying to stop the bleeding. So how do you react and I will tell you that? The way that I was initially reacting was very very different from kind of what we're executing today so. The first thing is if you're in some kind of recurring payment so let's say you own a dance studio. You can do one of two things. So let's make the assumption that you're dance studio is closed because most of those are closed. It's not considered an essential business. And so let's say you've closed and we'll talk about other ways of virtual income and different things like that but we're not really gonNA focus on that today it's more of. What do you do then with the families that they basically choose to withdraw for the time being and they say well we really don't WanNa pay anything because you're closed in? We're not getting anything now. There's that mentality there's also the mentality of well we're bleeding cash so we have to cut and then you're going to have a certain set of people that they know that it's a small business and they appreciate and maybe they're willing to pay fifty percent for example and this has been on a case by case basis. I've seen every business. And every niche handle things differently from niche from state to state county to county. There really is no secret sauce. Or secret formula. It's really more based on what you've done in the past in if you've had situations where you've had to close for whether it's weather related or different things like that so there's really is no perfect scenario but what. I'm most interested in in the topic. Today is how do you salvage as much of that business? That goes on pause or asked to reschedule so a lot of contractors. They're still doing well But we're actually getting a little worked under house right now. And he had mentioned to me are contractor that seven people have already given deposits of either asked for deposits back or they have wanted to push the date out substantially so later in the year for example and he said well what do I what do I do here. And the deposit piece the deposit refund piece. That's obviously more of a contractual thing. But how can you make sure that your position to win? And that is what. I'm most interested in here. Step as you need to make sure that your can weather the storm and that is completely outside of us. The an agency phrase scope of of what? I'm teaching you here. We focus on marketing but from a reality standpoint. You need to make sure that your business can whether the storm so whether that means you need to lay people off cut expenses. Whatever you need to do you gotta get creative. And a lot of businesses have gotten created with now offering virtual options and virtual classes and virtual tutoring and just different things like that. I've seen some neat virtual karate classes and there's been a lot of lot of really interesting things so that's obviously step but step be then is after you know that you can weather the storm and obviously I'll do a ten second aside of all of the stuff with the SBA in these different loans and you really WanNa make sure that you're looking into all that stuff. There's a lot of really great grants. And there's a lot of great programs for paying basically your payroll for a couple of months that you can borrow about two and a half so two point five times your monthly payroll and if you continue to maintain those people and don't lay them off that that actually goes from a loan to grant so there's a lot of really really interesting programs so you want to make sure you're looking at those but what I'm looking for you to do with all the people that are asking to pause that are withdrawing that are pushing dates out or even potentially cancelling when I want you to do is to communicate with them more every single week than you ever have before I want you to communicate more than you ever have before yes I repeated that twice because even if I say it you're still going to challenge it a little bit. You're still going to question it you're going to all. Isn't that bothering them? Not at all because I can tell you that. Were advising every one of our clients advertising. Everyone on this podcast. And I'm GONNA continue preaching till the cows come home that you need to be doubling down on your marketing so the businesses that are going to heed that advice and double down and continue investing in marketing if somebody paused or somebody cancelled and let's say they had a construction job book and they're just like well now. It's just not the right time that money has not just magically disappeared overnight. The money's moved moved around a little bit but it hasn't fully disappeared and there's obviously a lot of different stimulus packages. That are going to be kicking in all those different kinds of things. So there's still money there but when I need you to do is I want you to put a program in place so that you're literally communicating with them via e mail via text message via voice broadcast every single week every single week and that should be positive messages uplifting messages. So let's stick with the contractor example. It's not sending a message every week. That says hey. Are you going to end up? Read citing the job with us but rather. Maybe you're sending a weekly message of some good news. Maybe you're sending a weekly message that shows a recently comp completed job. Maybe you're sending a message talking about the twenty five packages of hand sanitizer that you donated the local hospital and you're just continuing to communicate each and every week and the I need you to keep to feed on the gas versus lead up is that your competitors are going to be getting desperate. They're going to be lowering prices. They're going to be vying to grab that customer and lure them over. I need you to make sure that you are staying top of mind with them so biggest action with anyone that has asked to pause things. Cancel push dates out and I can give you hundreds of different industries. Just continue to rattle them off. You can try. And tell them why now is a great time to still get their house for model that CETERA ET CETERA? But if they're operating out of a state of fear versus anything else it's going to be close to impossible to turn them unless you have the rights the right wording and and there's a whole theory behind all of this and the psychology of words etc etc but rather than trying to teach you that. I'm simply advising you to communicate every single week email taxed voicemail. You can use a tool like sly dial dot COM to do ringlets voicemail a tool like easy texting dot com to do tax message marketing and a tool like I contact or hub spot to do email marketing communicate more than you ever have before have a wonderful rest of your day stay safe. I will catch you back here tomorrow Michel Temer signing off. Good morning good afternoon in goodnight. You make you for listening to this episode of marketing above all NAVC get out there make a chain and take some action and hey don't forget to leave a five star review until all your friends. This is the greatest marketing podcast ever ever ever. We look forward to seeing you here tomorrow..

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"temer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"temer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Agreement and to have no plan, we give you a very short extension. I would say basically a month to come back with a plan and then on the basis of that plan. We will then decide how long an extension you possibly need. But you need to formulate a plan behind which there is a majority of Westminster. Otherwise, we're wasting time here Brazilian police have arrested the country's former president Michel Temer in connection with a big corruption investigation known as operation car wash. mR, Temer has denied all corruption allegations. Here's Katie Watson, the many Brazilians this is long awaited Justice during his two and a half years as president Michel Temer had several corruption investigations rose against him. But his parliamentary immunity that came with being leader meant he avoided prosecution now that privilege no longer exists. Michel Temer is the second president to be detained in. Connection with operation. Carwash Lula da Silva is currently serving more than ten years in prison. Bbcnews the Venezuelan opposition leader Honda. Do has demanded the immediate release of his chief of staff. Roberto Moreira who was seized by intelligence agents in the middle of the night. Mr. Guido said pre dawn raids had taken place at the residence of Mr. Marrero, Mr. Guido, San the agents had planted two rifles under grenade at Mr. Maria rose home aid workers are racing against time to get -mergency supplies to hundreds of thousands of people affected by cyclone which struck southern Africa a week ago, the World Food Program said distributing food was a major problem. Imaging folks reports from Geneva the World Food Program assessment shows ninety percent of Zimbabwe's Chimanimani district who suffered significant damage at least two hundred thousand people will need emergency food aid. For the next three months in Mozambique, an aerial assessment shows entire villages wiped out the World Food Program is scaling up its relief operation air-dropping, tons of food and bottled water, but in both Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It's feared the situation. Could get worse with heavy rain set to continue swing Lanka has received a further two year extension to its efforts to set up a credible investigation into war crimes committed during its decades long civil war that ended almost ten years ago in two thousand fifteen the UN Human Rights Council gave Salunke eighteen months to set up. The investigation granting an initial two year extension that expires shortly. Facebook says it's fixed a security issue, which meant that millions of people's passwords have been stored in plain text for years. The company admitted that this would run to hundreds of millions of accounts is that the passwords would have been visible to more than twenty thousand feet. Facebook employees, but there was no sign. Anyone had access them improperly. BBC news. You're listening to the BBC World Service. This is news hour with Tim Franks in London me James kumarisami in Brussels. And I'm.

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Former President Michel Temer of Brazil Is Arrested in Bribery Probe

Fresh Air

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Former President Michel Temer of Brazil Is Arrested in Bribery Probe

"Brazilian police have arrested the country's former president Michel Temer in connection with a big corruption investigation known as operation car wash. mR, Temer has denied all corruption allegations. Here's Katie Watson, the many Brazilians this is long awaited Justice during his two and a half years as president Michel Temer had several corruption investigations rose against him. But his parliamentary immunity that came with being leader meant he avoided prosecution now that privilege no longer exists. Michel Temer is the second president to be detained in. Connection with operation. Carwash Lula da Silva is currently serving more than ten

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"temer" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"temer" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Dot com. Pretty good information. If you're a little paranoid like I am right now don't want to get the flu. Little a little paranoia. Little. All right. We gotta get to work. We got I promise. Karen, welcome. Hi, hello. You talked to a woman a couple of weeks ago about that was Temer basement because she had a drain that wasn't in use. And you told her to use a solution of bleach and water. But I don't remember the ratio you told her, and I can't remember if you said a gallon or court, I probably didn't even give her a ratio would be my guess, but if you took a gallon of water, and maybe do three cups of bleach. That'd be a good solution. So. What kind or are you getting is in a floor? Green. I'm not exactly sure where it's coming from. We had a plumber com had some people for the heating system. Come and they really can't tell where it's coming from. It's a lot worse in the summer. There's also a little we used to have a sub Tump down there. And it was. What's the thing called where you don't have the sewers? I don't even remember. Septic tank the tank we used to have a septic tank, and then they put the sewers in. So that drain down in the basement. We now have a pump that pumps up. We just have a top down there. And there was a little filter in this area. That would go up and down in the pump and we replaced the filter. Also, not in not sure still where it's coming from. So not that I'm not weird, but sometimes to detect the smell in the basement, and I've done this myself as hands and knees around around where the sump pump. Well was the well. The the the drain in the floor and also check if you have an air handler furnace down there. A lot of time. Condensation I'll go in that pan wall. Think it's the drain and things like that loan behold, you'll find around that furnace. There's water it's gotten in there and hasn't really drain is just gotten stagnant. But check those three areas, and I've been Nokia crawl around and try to locate it, I'm telling you, it's the it's the best way to find. It really is final make my husband. There you go. There you go. Now, you're thinking, Karen. All right. Karen? Thank you. Bye. Bye. All right. And again our phone number's eight hundred eight two three eight two five five..

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"temer" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"temer" Discussed on What's Good Games

"But we couldn't figure out where this door was I'd gotten a key a special key to a door. But then we couldn't find door. Welcome to my life. I have part of what I need and not the other things. But otherwise, I always liked playing with you. I enjoyed kind of making fun of Leon. I'm like, you're stupid board. Why are you? Why are you doing all this like you see God? Like when he crawls on the ground like in the blood. I'm like, oh you stupid. No, never go face. I I don't know. Yeah. But other than that that was fun. If you fly down here all absently play this. Or did any thing about the demo surprise? You was it what you thought it would be it seems kind of. I think the thing I was surprised most by was the amount of stuff in the environment. That it looked like I come back to unlock puzzles or like finding things in the environment. I think I always thought of resident eagles is more of just a tutor like not necessarily any puzzles really happening. So that was a part. I was like, oh, okay. We're supposed to find things. I don't know where I'm supposed to find them or house was find them because I'm gonna have so much anxiety just walking everybody these levels that I can't imagine looking for shit. You were. So mean to me, I remember when you made me go into that fucking bathroom. You're like there's in here. And so I'm opening up doors, and then zombie falls out on me. I real. Such a good moment. I was like, I'm ready. That coming right there. No. 'cause like I was like, oh cool. These are lockers like this is where the supplies are. Like, if I imagined things popping out at me, like if the sambas on the ground, I imagine them being able to get up if I see you imagine getting up, but I wasn't expecting to the fucking locker. He probably got bit and try to take refuge in the locker. And it didn't work out for him very low where someone was like. Yes. Day in here. Not so Brennan played this demo before. And I'm sorry. You were going to say on that note. I was going to ask you about what she thought about the exclusive trailer. Oh, yes. So going back real quick because my things were relevant to us Temer saying on that. What's interesting what they've done is. They've rearrange a lot of the scares. And they game that you would be used to so one of the first rooms you go in and original Ari to the liquor, which he didn't see Steiner. But it's this weird like muscular fleshy four-legged thing with huge claws in brain into huge long tongue. The name the liquor. Skiiers across the glass. And that's the first time you ever come across it. And then you find it in the following hallway. But no, no not in this Ari issue. So they've really reshuffled the scares around. So even I don't really know when they're coming. So I will be suffering with you. And it will be fun is said that they changed all of the jump scares throughout the entire game. When I talked to the team at Capcom, and that all of the puzzle are different as well..

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"temer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"temer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He thinks that the reason they ought to rule out one of the options before they even sit down to talk or not as the idea of Britain crashing out of the European Union without any kind of deal at all. But I think even if it wasn't for that. It was always going to be it will always be mentally difficult for Theresa May. And Jeremy Corbyn to do business. I mean, you have to understand British politics are immensely tribal. They've been at each other's throats for the last two years, and it seems to me utterly fanciful. This idea that Jeremy will sit down with Theresa. Hello, jeremy. Hello theresa. Let's have a Cup of tea. Why didn't we talk a wire? Why didn't we over Brexit? We could sort it out so easily. I just can't see. See that happening. It seems politically impossible might it be possible for Theresa May to somehow to deal with some other politicians and the opposition labor party who have many leave voters in their constituents says that is just possible. But of course, you have to remember the reason why that hasn't happened up until this time is that in order to do a deal with other parties. Theresa May games have to soften her approach to Brexit. And that of course, risks splitting her own governing conservative party with lots of hardline enthusiastic. Breakfasts? Thank you know, we're leaving the conservative party. And that of course, is what Theresa May has been trying to avoid these last two years. Rob Watson, one of the world's highest paid supermodels. Gisela Boone Chen has rejected criticism from Brazil's minister of agriculture who called her a bad Brazilian for criticizing the country or America's editor Candice told me more. Well on Monday, the minister of agriculture, the piteously Christina said. As you said early boon Chan who's known as Sallie in Brazil was a bad Brazilian what she meant by that. She was criticizing her for not knowing the facts about deforestation in Brazil. Now, she said she had been defending and speaking in favor of the environment and supporting social causes since two thousand and six and that she talked to scientists, and researchers and farmers an environmental NGOs. Remember, this is one of the most famous models in the world. She's an icon in the fashion world, and she still has great global reach. And she's been a goodwill ambassador for the UN Environment Program, and she's also being working in her own hometown. From where she comes in Brazil. Restoring water sources and things so she's a serious person about the environment here. So why does her voice matters so much to Brazilians very sensitive to criticism criticism from abroad, any always has been it says something it shares with many other developing countries, and she has media traction. Now last year, she criticized a proposal by the former president Michel Temer to open up thousands of miles of Amazon land to mining and under a barrel of Brazilian and international criticism, including disaster that project was shelved. Now, president Tampa just to give you an idea of how important she is in Brazil, president Tim later tweeted to her directly saying that he had vetoed the proposals. Now, the current president both scenario and his agriculture minister seemed to have found a way to end this route. Mrs. Minister said that she initially she she was very critical critical of of Giselle. But then later in a later tweet, she offered her and said, why don't you be an ambassador for Brazil's efforts to show the world that Brazil produces agriculture for the world while preserving the environment. It must be remembered that MRs Diaz is the head of the agriculture and farming lobby in the congress of Brazil, and which is advocating greater freedom to move into the Amazon forest and fewer penalties for farmers who break Brazil strict legislation around deforestation. So it came as no surprise really that. Somebody likes his Ellie did not immediately say she would accept that invitation and disappeared. Reminder of our main News International experts say the world's people must make a massive shift away from eating red meat and sugar to protect the planet and safeguard future generations, they say Europe and North America need to cut back seriously on red meat East Asia needs to cut back. Back on fish and Africa on starchy vegetables. You're listening to the newsroom. In a break with successive administrations. Both Republican and democrat..

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"temer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"temer" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says President Trump's decision to withdraw troops from Syria didn't jeopardize efforts to counter threats in the region from ISIS and Iran, the president's decision to withdraw folks from Syria in no way impacts our capacity to deliver on that. And you'll see in the coming days and weeks, we are a redoubling not only our diplomatic, but our commercial efforts for real pressure on around. What it is. We set out for them back in may bump hero speaking there at a press conference in Amman with Jordan's Foreign Minister tr- stressing the strategic partnership between the US and Jordan, President Trump addresses the nation from the Oval Office tonight and is expected to declare what he calls a crisis at the southern US Mexico border, requiring funds to build a border wall before the partial government shutdown. Command NPR's Temer Keith has more President Trump has a problem, which is that the large share of the American public wanted him even before the shut. And began to make a compromise on the wall. And if he is going to get his wall funding, which seems like a mighty big. If at this point, he has to convince the American public that there is a crisis along the southern border, and that that crisis can be solved by a wall. NPR's tamra. Keith Wall Street is trading higher at this hour. The Dow is up one hundred twenty eight points at twenty three thousand six hundred fifty nine the NASDAQ is up eighteen s and p five hundred up nine you're listening to NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer was state and local news. California's new governor is taking on President Donald Trump during his inaugural address yesterday. Gavin Newsom promise that the state will be a quote sanctuary to all who seek it will not have one house for the rich and one for the poor or one for the native born one for the rest, we will build one house for one California Newsome challenge. The Trump administration repeatedly. Yes. He was sworn into office, especially on immigration. He said children should not be quote ripped away from their parents of the border, and the also should not be left, Hungary. While Trump looks to spend billions of dollars on what Newsom called a wall that should never be built the new governor also referred to the administration is corrupt and incompetent and promised that California will write America's future. The nation's second largest school district and the union that represents thousands of its teachers are trading and negotiating room for courtroom today. The L USD has filed another injunction trying to stop United teachers Los Angeles from striking the two sides can't reach a labor agreement. But so far, it's no dice KCRW. Steve take explains a strike is on the calendar. For later this week or early next is the latest efforts to avert have fallen flat now for its part LA USD says it's leaders presented a new proposal to UT LA that would have catered to many of its demands hundreds of extra personnel to lower class sizes more money to raise paychecks, including backpay and strengthening oversight on charter schools, but the union headed up by Alex Caputo, Pearl again said no we.

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"temer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"temer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Not undermining our Bill per se. He's undermining with American public ones. Among many other things the Bill would require automatic voter registration and boost the cloud of small donors in elections. It would tell the supreme court to get a code of ethics and it would make the president release his tax returns. Peter over. For be NPR news, Washington Thailand's first tropical storm in decades is lashing tourist areas of the country waves are up to fifteen feet high. The BBC's Jonathan head reports from Bangkok that landfall is expected later today in the southeast of the country storms are common in the Gulf of Thailand at this time of the year. But that hasn't been one this powerful for thirty years in the past such storms killed hundreds of people this time. The authorities say they are prepared for storm surges of up to five meters. Ordering the evacuation of several thousand people living right next to the sea in the province of Nakhon. Si Temer at this is peak season for Thailand's beach resorts and found of tourists have already left the holiday islands of Costa movie, Catala and Kapanen the man who helped to create an leads Southwest Airlines his died. Herb Kelleher was eighty seven years old Keller was a lawyer in San Antonio. When it climbed proposed the idea of a low cost airline back in the sixties today. Southwest carries more passengers within the US than any other airline. This is NPR. In women's college basketball. The university of Connecticut lost its first regular season game after one hundred twenty six straight wins last night. Greg Allen reports district dates back to two thousand fourteen when the Yukon women were beaten by Stanford this time Baylor proved to be the nemesis, and it's sixty eight fifty seven win over the top ranked huskies now eleven and one this season the game took place on the lady bears homecourt in Waco. The huskies only lead came in the opening minute of the game. When they scored the first basket, influential Catholic bishops and Democratic Republic of Congo say that based on results they've seen from Sunday's presidential vote. There is a clear winner. Among the twenty one candidates, but NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton says the church did not name a presumed Victor after another government warning that only the election commission has the mandate to announce the outcome. The pressure is on congress Catholic Bishops Conference has urged the election commission to be truthful and accurate when it declared the presidential election results to avoid political unrest. The bishops preliminary report says the. Results. They have so far indicate a clear winner, and the will of the Congolese people must be reflected in results expected Sunday. The information minister has warned again that only the commission is legally mandated to announce the outcome. The catch deployed sounds of observers nationwide for last week's presidential vote. The bishops assessment noted a number of irregularities, including more than a third of polling stations missing election material at opening time and new voting machines that jammed ofeibea Quist arcton NPR news, king Chesa, and I'm deal. Willman NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include zoom zoom offers cloud video conferencing, online meetings and video conference room solution in one platform, featuring digital video and audio with screen sharing account registration and more at zoom dot US. On January, seventh Gavin Newsom will become California's fortieth governor, and we'll have live coverage of his inauguration. I'm Marie so Llagas Jamie for analysis of California's next leader and his vision for the state, you'll hear Houston's inaugural address area action from the steps of the state capital. Tune in for the inauguration of Gavin Newsom on Monday, January seven at eleven AM cake, you eighty public radio. Child care and early education are a couple.

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Protesters march through Paris amid fears of new violence

BBC World Service

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Protesters march through Paris amid fears of new violence

"That caused people to panic inside. Try and flee trampling over each other. According to officials and that caused a number to be crushed. We're hearing around one hundred have been injured about ten of them seriously. Now, they've been taken we understand to two nearby hospitals where the being treated. According to the United States is too far ripe protester guilty of murdering of women when he drove his car into a crowd of counter demonstrators to white supremacists. Rally in Charlottesville Virginia last year. A jury took less than a d- to convict James fields and all ten charges. He faced. You're listening to the world news from the BBC. The Japanese parliament is given its final approval to a controversial new law. 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Australian schoolchildren have led protests by thousands of people against the plant coal mine in the state of Queensland the children invited adults to rallies in major cities demanding that the Indian company Adani abandoned, the project sponsor, Danny vowed to press ahead with the mine little be considerably smaller than original BBC news. Hello again. You're listening to weekend with me Pasqua Harsha and coming up in this hour. We'll be discussing a new trend co-parenting that's springing up a child by parents who are not and never have been romantically involved. His father will Kamei putting to bed. Read them and not nighttime story anything a normal. Father would you and it really works and YouTube called split up because you've never been together. Yeah. Exactly. And we are they are sleep best friends. Find out what our panel. Thank of that veracity Pillay in Johannesburg and Jonathan Steele here in London studio with me, but before we get into that Jonathan you've come to us fresh from a conference on Syria in London this week. This is a very interesting conference at the London School of economics, mainly with Syrians taking part. Basically the exiles. So they're not program in any way. But they were quite depressed about what was happening because who knows wars winding down, and that means that there's less killing going on the government is determined to sort of beaver said one of the academic said to be fortification mode. They want to make sure that this new resurgence of violence and song. And it even goes the question, whether the government wants refugees to come back because as one of them, again, another one put it the government doesn't have the resources not only not to feed people coming back to police them because the sources fear that there could be a new uprising us there wasn't twenty eleven and even talking about people coming back does that mean that there is a sense that the conflict is winding down. I think there's a definite sense. I think everybody agrees including opposition people. Hold up mainly in. Live in northwest, Syria. The rest of the country's back onto government control, the whole of Damascus big cities, Hampson Hammond. And. Leper so fighting house really calm down and the government claims they control what they call can the terrible phrase useful, Syria. The area. They consider doesn't matter in the northwest doesn't matter, but the big cities in the spine of the country, which runs no south from leopard entre Moscos's back from and government is very very interesting to hear the you say there's consensus that the conflict is winding down and get one of our contributors recently was talking about standing on the balcony of her home in Damascus and seeing the bombs falling on another part of the city will I think that's a little bit out of date. Now that used to be the case when I lost about a year ago. You could hear the poems and see the plain song. After the fall of Houston Huta in the spring of this year, pretty much, Damascus suburbs and back government control back under military control. But as hinting from this conference is the whole question of political Israel and government is not going to make any concessions, those can be no compromise or to alter the in fact, the Geneva talks dead dead sing because the government is determined to consolidate its victory, forty five country grounded Sern regime and not make any concessions tool, and as our other guest on the line from Johannesburg knows very well one thing is is the struggle. And another thing is the peace afterwards and Borussia Pillay on the line from Johannesburg. You've been looking into something else. We talk about South Africa we used to as the rainbow nation, but you have been looking at an undecided of racism within. Would you say? Within the black community. Absolutely. The skull within the black community and within the Asian community. And in fact, many communities I myself am of south Indian descent, so I really had from both sides being sort of sixth seventh generation growing considering by South African as well as of Indian descent and seeing just how these tropes play out. And because it's so much of a black lives have been discussed in relation to to whiteness and colonialism. It's only now that we started to have this conversations within black communities, which I think is really important that we start talking about how have we internalized notions of self hatred, and so on and a one of the one of the obvious things is the skin lightening creams, which understand you're searching. Yes, I'm actually writing a book on the topic of color rhythm and cutter ISM. You know? It's it's got so many. Sort of impacts in our society. One of them is of course, you know, the most obvious one is the very damaging nature of skin lightening creams in South Africa. We were fortunate enough to had those band very early on in in in our in, you know, in the sixteenth s the damage became apparent and people still use them they're widely available in black markets. And and you know, it's not just about the health risk. There's so many studies that show that lighter skinned people are lacking black people get much more in all kinds of opportunities job opportunities. You only have to look at Hollywood to see this. The light skinned the lighter skinned black woman is is usually cost darling. And the darker skinned black woman is cast as the villain and just how it is becoming in growing and growing conversation with these kind of things are being unpacked, and it really reaches across the world. And when I visited India for the first time, I was considered extremely dark, and and it's very interesting to me because I grew up under. The influence of black consciousness of Steve Biko where you taught to love yourself, and that influenced my understanding of my own skin color, and in India, it really was seen as a huge, Mark. I could not find makeup in my skin color. And I'm I could not find any creams that did not have skin lightening in them. And as you say this is prevalent across the rest of Africa, the Congo, Nigeria and so on. Coming. You mentioned black consciousness. I was just wondering right now, the ANC is. Emphasizing blackness much more. In fact, I think Tabor Mbeki recently said the ANC is becoming a black party. He was saying that was a criticism and you've got the economic freedom fighters. Rules, pushing sort of black power entering into this debate on on this sort of saying to toback people you shouldn't fool for this nonsense about calories and trying to look whiter than white. So absolutely. This is a very much a debate that I think is raging amongst the diaspora and blackmail across the world, whereas in South Africa because of the fierce black pride and a big movements towards owning your blackness. It would be considered very unfashionable to to avert. We say these things so it's really subtle. It's really a subtle thing. You know, they'll be adobe slang terms. Coined Appalachia skinned woman, yellow bone, and there'll be a preference towards them in music videos, and in also liberty culture. They'll be gradual lightning of our liberties getting lighter and lighter because they're using something called glutathione. Injections, which is not tested at all in terms of health implications, and literally lightens your skin. So there is this professing publicly of being proudly black while I'm working really hard to conform to a standard of beauty in terms of intensive one skin color and other aspects of how presents themselves. Hey up of fat. So while the ANC are very pro black. You know, there's so many issues for them to tackle. They haven't quite got onto this one yet. Well, let's hear more about that issue later in the program rationally Pillay on the line from Johannesburg and Jonathan steel here in London. But right now, let's go to France where the capital is waking up amid fears of another weekend of violence and new nationwide protest of the zone. All the yellow vests is due to take place in the coming hours, the government as well as major unions have called for calm asking protesters to stay away from places where many of last week's more violent incidents took place in the capital, but also in the rest of the country to in Paris, major attractions such as the Eiffel tower will remain closed today. But all of this is despite concessions from president Emmanuel Macron earlier this week, including abandoning a planned increase on fuel tax. And yet that hasn't appeased everyone tensions remain, very high as Hugh Scofield reports from Paris. It's

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8 killed in explosion at munitions depot in South Africa

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China, Cape Town and Botswana discussed on A Public Affair

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NPR, Mount Rushmore and Debbie Elliott NPR discussed on Morning Edition

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Brazil fuel protests: Temer cuts diesel price in bid to end strike

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Brazil fuel protests: Temer cuts diesel price in bid to end strike

"Brazil's president michel temer has blinked giving in to pressure from lorrydrivers to slash the price of diesel the truckers strike has paralysed the economy blocking roads leaving supermarket shelves empty and petrol stations without fuel and raising fears that farm animals would have to be called because of a lack of feed few hours ago president tim announced he would meet all the strikers demands now is petrol starting to reach some gas stations long queues of cars formed in the cap hey america so aeros the first claim if truck drivers is the price of diesel that will be reduced by forty six cents per liter so that each trucker feels the effect when they feel their tank fortysix brazilian sense equating to fourteen us sent more details small business reporter andrew would he's offered to reduce the price of diesel fuel by about fourteen cents a liter roundabout a ten percent drop and to keep that price low for at least sixty days the coveted i all been offering a thirty day extension now they're saying sixty days and the price will be adjusted monthly after that there's been a very short brownies in the price of diesel over the past two years in brazil in particles that's because oil on the on the world's oil markets is massively increased in price two years ago a barrel of brent crude was just under fifty dollars in the past couple of days almost reached eighty dollars but the truckers are complaining that the price of diesel has risen even more and that's why they've been striking over the past seven days the police the army have been escorting convoys of fuel tankers going to petrol stations around the country but in particular making sure that ambulances police vehicles and buses for public transport are being supplied and i think we're about to enter the eighth study of the strike the reports that some universities for example in schools are not going to open because of it also reports of basic shortages of basic goods adequacy it will say means brazil's exports it relies on things like exports of soybeans for its economy it's one of the world's biggest export is beans then not leaving the ports either because they can't get from the farms to the ports andrew would

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Brazil president Michel Temer hopes measures will end crippling strike

"Of wildlife a report from fish and wildlife officials says enormous levels of invasive plants like cheat grass have been found on nearly a hundred sixty thousand square miles of public and private lands and they're spreading that elevates the risk for giant range land wildfires it also puts lots of wildlife in jeopardy including endangered species like the sage grouse added to that the report says there's no immediate solution i'm jan johnson one hundred second running of the indianapolis five hundred is this afternoon at indianapolis motor speedway it will be the final race of danika patrick's career the two hundred lap race begins just after noon eastern time i'm christopher cruise and i'm mark mills in the bloomberg radio newsroom president donald trump said the us would allow chinese telecommunications equipment maker e corporation to remain in business after paying a one point three billion dollar fine changing management and the board and providing high level security guarantees lawmakers in both parties have expressed concern over his decision to soften and earlier us action against e over what commerce secretary wilbur ross called a grievous violations of sanctions on iran and north korea brazil's crippling nationwide trucker's strike is into its sixth day road blockages are starting to wind down after the government deployed armed forces to break up hundreds of truck blockades and a key drivers association asked its members to back down brazil is experiencing shortages of food fuel medicines and chemicals to treat drinking water president trump signed an executive order restricting the activities of unions that represent many of the government's two point one million employees bloomberg's nathan hager reports president trump has signed three executive orders one cuts the length of performance review periods when poor performing feds can't be fired to thirty days right now those periods can range from sixty to one hundred twenty days the second order directs agencies to renegotiate union contracts and the third requires feds to spend no more than twenty five percent of their work time on union matters the trump administration also plans to start charging unions rent for using office space.

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Brazil president says striking truckers could be removed

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Brazil president says striking truckers could be removed

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm nick miles and in the early hours of saturday the twenty sixth of may these are main stories as a trucker strike causes a food and petrol crisis across brazil the president authorize troops to clear blocked roads a lawyer for the hollywood film producer harvey weinstein has said his client will plead not guilty to all charges of rape and sexual abuse that he's facing votes are being counted in ireland where a referendum is being held on what the scrap the neartotal constitutional ban on abortion an exit poll suggests clam jura to the irish people voted in favor of liberalizing the law also in this podcast president trump says his own of summit with the north korean leader kim jong earn is perhaps on again and depending on the species you can either die with inputting minutes to an hour all if you unlucky you can be one of the snipes that of what cytotoxic which will cost your tissue vastly rot they cause one hundred thousand deaths or year we hear how the world health organization is getting to grips with snakes and the new york stock exchange is led by a woman for the first time and it's two hundred and twenty six year old existence we start in brazil standing on burned out vehicles soliciting support from passing drivers squeezing their costs through the roadblocks striking truckers in brazil have paralysed the country with queues at petrol station supermarket shelves empty and airport running out of fuel the brazilian president michel temer has ordered the armed forces to clear roads blocked by striking truck drivers fit is manage middle year radical unfortunately a radical minorities blocking streets and stopping many truck drivers from serving people and getting on with their work therefore i want to announce an immediate security plan to overcome these serious shortages caused by this paralysis one truck drivers association has now called on its members to end their blockades the city of sao paulo has declared a state of emergency are south america business correspondent daniel gallas is in sao paulo and i began by asking him more about the role.

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Jack Johnson, Dr Larry Brilliant and Sylvester Stallone discussed on BBC World Service

"The bbc a car bomb has exploded in the center of the eastern libyan city of benghazi at least seven people were killed and dozens wounded security officials said the dead were civilians the device exploded close to benghazi is biggest hotel that the best e many people who tend evening gatherings during the month of ramadan libya's second city is controlled by the libyan national army of force which opposes the un bat government in tripoli the brazilian government says it has reached a deal with haulage companies to suspend a protest has brought roads to a standstill for a fourth consecutive day are america's editor leonardo russia has more details the agreement came as brazil face the prospect of complete chaos on friday the protests against the high price of diesel has led to shortages of basic goods and fuel across the country long queues have formed outside petrol stations and some companies have told employees to stay at home on friday air force have been running out of fuel the government is now rushing through congress a bill to scrap taxes on fuel the truck drivers main demand these prices have almost doubled in brazil since president michel temer took office two years ago the politics of opened and the irish republic where people voting in a referendum on whether to change the country's abortion laws voters will decide whether to repeal the eighth amendment of the constitution which bans all terminations except when the mother's life is in danger both sides in the debate of expressed strong views during the campaign over three point one million people are eligible to vote and president trump is issued a formal pardon to boxing's first black heavyweight champion jack johnson who was convicted in nineteen thirteen of taking his white girlfriend across state lines mr trump said the move corrected a historic wrong he was joined in the oval office for the event by several current champion boxes and the actor sylvester stallone bbc news what scares you what really scares you the possibility of war or maybe terrorism or random violence those fears may be justified but this week on the real story we're going to discuss a threat that most of us don't worry about but could according to experts take countless lives and paralyze the global economy i'm talking about the pandemic here's a quote by the leading epidemiologist dr larry brilliant which is for thoughts.

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50 years ago, the My Lai massacre shamed the US military

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50 years ago, the My Lai massacre shamed the US military

"The new york conversation news in washington i'm nora raum officials in florida now say at least six people died when a pedestrian bridge collapsed onto a highway yesterday workers continue to search the rubble but miami dade police department spokesman elvira zabaleta says they don't expect to find any more survivors as of last night's operational brief it was determined by ami they fire rescue that they were going to relinquish their lead on the on the whole operation to the police department so now this has turned into from a rescue to a recovery operation the bridge connects the campus of florida international university to the community of sweetwater thousands of protesters filled the streets of rio de janeiro yesterday to protest the killing of city council member mary ellie franko the rising political star was a vocal critic of police violence and military forces in rio slums franco and her driver were gunned down in her car wednesday night in what police say was a targeted attack brazilian president michel temer has called the attack an attack on democracy today is the fiftieth anniversary of the me lie massacre when u s troops killed more than five hundred people in a village in vietnam a ceremony was held today at the site which is now a memorial to those who died some us veterans of the vietnam war were there and expressed remorse for the atrocity i'm nora raum npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the aclu was filing a class action lawsuit against the trump administration for it describes as the unconstitutional indefinite detention of immigrants seeking asylum wnyc's matt cat says the case involves a detainee in new jersey the suit says a man identified only as n j j r was beaten back in venezuela due to his opposition to the government's he came to the us seeking refuge but is now detained in.

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Stormy Daniels offers to return $130,000 payment to Trump lawyer

"She had an affair with president trump and was paid not to talk about it is now offering to return the money stormy daniels said she was paid one hundred thirty thousand dollars to keep quiet about the alleged affair npr's temer keith reports daniels wants to give the money back in order to speak freely but it's currently back alan by and nondisclosure agreement daniels isn't allowed to talk about her two thousand six affair with trump because of a nondisclosure agreements she signed in october 2016 at the time she received a payment of one hundred and thirty thousand dollars from president trump's longtime lawyer and fixer michael cohen daniels lawyer michael avenue otti.