35 Burst results for "Thirty Five Years"
TCU gets first NCAA win since 1987 with rout of Seton Hall
"The first round of games in the west and south region saw the top seeded Vance NTC you end the three decade drought number one Arizona cruised to an eighty seven seventy win over Wright state advancing to a second round matchup with number ninety see you who captured their first NC double a tournament win in thirty five years with a sixty nine forty two victory over Seton hall in the west region number three Texas tech had little trouble with Montana state rounding the bobcats ninety seven sixty two setting up a meeting with Notre Dame who upset number six Alabama seventy eight sixty four behind a career high twenty nine points from Cormac Ryan Phillip gone San Diego
Shaun White's last Olympics hurrah comes in halfpipe final
"Shaun white's illustrious career comes to an end with a fourth place finish in the men's snowboard half pipe white won three gold in the discipline in two thousand six two thousand ten and two thousand eighteen the thirty five year old announced his retirement last weekend elsewhere in Friday Mikaela Shiffrin bounced back from early first round his qualifications in both the slalom and giant slalom she placed ninth in her first ever Olympic super G. team USA's women's hockey squad is out of the semi finals after defeating the Czech Republic four to one and men's curling defeats Great Britain ninety seven to improve to two in one in
China says 'not aware' of tennis player Peng Shuai issue
"The ministry has told the media the matter was not a diplomatic question and it wasn't aware of the situation the ministry has consistently disavowed knowledge all of the issue since it broke as a major global story earlier this week the thirty five year old paying is a former top ranked player in women's doubles who won titles at Wimbledon in twenty thirteen and the French Open in twenty fourteen she's also participated in three Olympics making her disappearance all the more prominent with Beijing set to host the Winter Games starting on February four I'm Charles collect as much
Trial to open of alleged killers of Dutch reporter De Vries
"The trial of two men charged with murder in the killing of Dutch crime reporter Peter R. de Vries who was gunned down in the center of Amsterdam a brazen attack that sent shockwaves through the Netherlands has opened Dutch police say the suspected gunman is a twenty one year old Dutch man a thirty five year old Polish man is accused of being the getaway driver they both were arrested shortly after devries was shot in the sixth of July on an Amsterdam street after making one of his regular appearances on a Dutch television show he died nine days later the preliminary hearing out of Salem District Court will not evaluate evidence in the case but is expected to hear a summary of the investigation so far and possible request for further investigations from the suspects know where the shooting sparked an outpouring of grief and condemnation in the Netherlands I'm serious Shockley
Cycling Tours Are Latest Trend in Chernobyl
"There is a new type of tourism for the exclusion zone thirty five years after the world's worst nuclear disaster I have on the bike store in Chernobyl area Chernobyl is not a place that springs to mind when choosing a scenic cycling routes the area is still dangerous guide Natalie to look says this group is checked for radiation levels we should follow the rules for visitors for example close should cover all your body also we can't deviate from the route for the riders like Iowa but do not it's worth the risk it's second time here and the man purpose for me to come to come here to see the nature how developed sort of face thirty years after the trade people are forbidden from eating and drinking around the zone in Chernobyl and are not allowed to travel in or out by themselves as they finish their tour the cyclists are checked for radiation levels before they leave the zone I'm a Donahue
The Unprecedented New Terrorist Threat Stemming From the Afghan Refugee Crisis
"Footage is shocking. The refugees not only stock at the kabul airport but landing here in america being whisked away from dulles airport to who knows where. Let's talk to somebody who has something to say about the issue former commissioner for the customs and border protection agency now with the heritage foundation. Mum morgan welcome back to american. I thank sebastian. For having me. I gotta go straight for the jugular. We are hearing again and again and again from alejandro llorca. Dhs from the state department. Today from anthony blinken that they have a rigorous vetting process for the over one hundred and twenty thousand afghans who have being flown out on our military flights. I just how do you do vexing for example for a person who has no documents. And whose data isn't on any system we own. Can you explain the wizardry of this administration to me now. Jackie sebastian. Look you just what you just talk about. Common sense look a couple of things. We that are factual based not spending misdirection. Come from this administration. First of all the military commanders. Their their mission is very clear from the white house. It was all about fast fast fast. Get people on planes as fast as possible. Look i've been serving this country for thirty five years. I've been involved in operations. Where fast took precedent over other things. When that happens things fall through the cracks. There is no doubt that people getting on that plane that we knew. Virtually nothing about sebastian. It looks the factor detail in this. We've already heard about people got onto planes that later. They found derogatory information that they were connected to the taliban they were connected to isis here in dallas. We had an afghan refugee that landed in dole's in america that was actually deported. Previously convicted being convicted of rape it goes on and
Food for the Poor Is Feeding Starving Families
"It's time right now to do a little bit of god stuff we. I have been show blessed by an audience that has donated over one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars to our food for the poor campaign to help children and families devastated by the seven point two magnitude earthquake in haiti over the weekend. We're closing in on one hundred and forty thousand dollars in donations. We always end strong with these campaigns. You did it again. This show is the standard bear. This show is at the top of the heap and collectively. My colleagues and i have raised well over four hundred thousand dollars so that we can rush food and medicine and water. We got problems all over. You know we can't solve all the world's problems we can't solve all the country's problems but when you have a path to help somebody. I hope you take it. I want you to hear from paul jacobs. Paul jacobs from food for the poor. Who assures us that the money that is being donated by this audience is being rushed to haiti through the contacts. They've made over there with their thirty five years. Working on the island have more than a dozen food centers run by community leaders across the country. That are helping the poor. Get into a far-reaching areas so they win you give right now. Clint that help eighty banner. Your guest is going into the hands. In resourcing pastors in local ministries community partners. That have been vetted for thirty five years. That are going to do the best work and have the most impact.
Why Relationships Fail With Abby Medcalf
"Do you think is the real reason relationships fail so 'cause i really talk about this a lot. I you know i've been. I've been working with couples all these years like thirty five years now. 'cause i'm old and i have to say so. Everyone comes in usually the same thing. We don't communicate with. They say over and over again. We're not communicating. We need help communicating. It's here and really. The communication is failing because of a different problem which is competition and we compete with our partners. All the time and this isn't really just in love relationships but that's what we'll talk about right now it is. We compete all the time you know. It's your turn to put away the dishes. I took sally the baseball on monday. So you have to take jack piano on friday. You spent money on this thing. So i get to spend money on that thing. We divide all the time. We do this sort of thing and what happens. Is we end up on opposite sides from our partners because right we're in competition for resources in the relationship money time all those things in that jealousy that happens i see it all the time and it's not even just a couples who have children it's all over Were i think with kids. It's more about time and with couples with our kids. It's more about money But sometimes it's time kill and there's this a subtle. Will you out with your friends all weekend. You know when is my time you know. There's this jealousy. There's this not liking when the other person is doing. Well actually not liking. When someone's doing while i had belie is that if you really love percent then you want the best for the other person you do but if you think it means loss for you you don't so if you're going to be lost for you just because i say it shouldn't
Felix sets a record, wins bronze for 10th Olympic medal
"Thirty five year old Allyson Felix who nearly died while pregnant with her now young daughter has won her tenth Olympic medal a bronze in the women's four hundred it's a career that dates back to the Athens games in two thousand four and Felix has won more Olympic medals in track than any other woman I love the sport and it's been so good to me and I've grown up in it he likes is tied with Carl Lewis wants the standalone most decorated US track athlete she can surpass him if he runs in the women's four by four hundred relay and it medals on Saturday night it's very very special to be thirty five and to still be doing what I love I'm Tom acquire
Police: 'Ghost hunter' hurt in fall at Buffalo rail station
"Police say the thirty five year old woman was looking for ghosts at buffalo central terminal first responders found her after she felt fifteen to twenty feet to a substation roof she was taken to the hospital and treated for multiple injuries a man with her wasn't injured police say the ghost hunters were at the rail terminal with out permission the nineteen twenties your art deco structure saw its last passenger train more than forty years ago it's a favorite haunt of ghost hunters and the side of authorized tours and once even hosted an episode of the TV series ghost hunters Julie Walker New York
"thirty five years" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"At. It's like every movie. Kevin smith seems to be You know how to make a movie or how not to make a movie or stop them from getting made at okay Been there done that but hopefully hopefully we'll give them the benefit of the doubt. Because we love. Kevin smith Do your do your damndest to surprise us. And hopefully it's a really good and it because he has a handle on all the characters from both movies. I think it'd be cool to see how that how they interplay and and how it's written and how it how it comes together on the screen yes in terms of and if i understand you correctly it is about dante and randal trying to make a movie in the quick stop about their experiences in the quick stop. Yeah basically it was a dante. I think bounty has a massive heart attack right. Okay like kevin smith and now. I think he's after being a clerk for thirty five years or whatever it's been now about his experience Something like that. Didn't they say exactly that it was going to be a story that was going to be about dante having a massive heart attack. I am a fan. I can future storylines fan savant In idiot savant. Only my friend. Okay but yeah no happy anniversary to clerks three. I'm looking forward to it. I'm gonna see it. I'll say it for sure Love the i two. So i wouldn't actually the third one all right let's go. Let's go have some chats buddies. I it looks like our co host. Today is todd michael. Thank thank you Did scott just describe that as a balls out comedy with multiple punctuation. Yes yes i did. It looks like that. And i apologize for all of the the younger balls balls stephen. Yesterday i did was an accident yesterday. I believe it is pronounced on. And it's been a while since i read it and i don't recall ever hearing it spoken. It is basically a spinoff book from the american gods. I did you ever read. American guns did not read it. I read half of it and the I believe the television shows on stars or ethics or something like that. It's it's a channel that i don't have so i wasn't able to see and i heard great things about it though. Yes as did i. But there were shakeups between seasons. It's sort of put me off. I kinda wanted to see how it was going to progress and it was I was waiting to return to it. So i could have a bunch to it but then there were cast changes and things and i kind of fell off my radar but in mcshane's in american duster. Well yeah and that's why we're reminded me just for him if you remind me that That american gods has a show. And i'm like all right and i like ian mcshane.
20 Slams! Djokovic Wins Wimbledon to Tie Federer, Nadal
"Not a jagged edges tough that aforesaid whenever Matteo Derren teeny to claim his six Wimbledon crown the world number one was far from convincing during the three hour and twenty three minute battle but in the end found just enough to bump the Italians pal and win six seven six four six four six three it was his third consecutive win at the all England club and now ties with thirty four year old Serb and twenty career major titles with thirty nine year old Roger Federer and thirty five year old Rafael Nadal is also on track to become the first player since rod laver in nineteen sixty nine to win a calendar year grand slam only needs now is a U. S. open I'm Graham like us
"thirty five years" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan
"For november. The five years she spent in prison is the longest federal sentence ever handed down to a whistle blower in. Us history the released today for good behavior. She's now on home confinement for more on how she was treated in prison. Go back and listen to our interview with her. Mother billie winner davis all of the experiences that she has had in the system has opened her eyes. Human beings shouldn't be treated like this the approach. Our government now takes punishing. Those who leaked classified. Information is new. We didn't always bring down the full weight and power of the law whistleblowers. The only person has been more time than winner behind bars for leaking. Classified information is chelsea manning who served her time in a military prison. She was first detained on may twenty seventh twenty ten for leaking state department cables and evidence of us war-crimes to wikileaks. She was sentenced to thirty five years in maximum security but her sentence was commuted by president. Obama nearly seven years. He'll bothering the station. And actually consider charges of precisely this but ultimately concluded it would violate the first amendment and having intolerably destructive effect and the free press chelsea manning s she'll discuss on the show today went back behind bars just two years after being released for resisting grand. Jury subpoenas the assange prosecution. She was freed again. Just as the pandemic ramped up will also be joined by ken clip and stein an investigative journalist for the intercept who has brought a new public facing approach to developing sources inside the military corporations and government agencies. He's also developed reputation. Trolling politicians on twitter and recently tricked matt gaetz into retweeting an image of lee harvey oswald thanking him for his quote service. I wanted to bring the two of them together because of their mutual appreciation in their mirror image roles in the quest for transparency as manning puts it. If ken were around twenty ten he would have been the recipient Play that way. I'm ryan grim. This is.
"thirty five years" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"And i totally did a one eighty. After i listened to him he sounded totally credible. That's right so he saw his packers little legs in the water coming out just having recently exited the mouth of the whale so for betting curse as you all in brian leaning in the direction of swallow so i've worked in newspapers for thirty five years. I'm not all in on anything But i i. I am more in than i am out but i am getting ready to be spit out of the whales mall and if need be what that means. I think we got it there. Hey brian we can end where we began. Congratulations to you and your team there on this a well-deserved terrific pulitzer it's great reporting and really mattered. So good to talk to you as always thank you. Jim thank you marjorie. Thank you very much primaries editor of the boston globe. He joins us regularly and we thank him very much for his time. Coming up. refried coming up you. You're totally after talking to may on whatever day that was you had him on your totally buying the whale story now to right. I want to believe it jim. What does that mean. i wanna believe it. 'cause it's a great story. I think i think the guy was incre- he's credible lobstermen people knowable all about this guy. They know about mayo. May's father's big deal and the in stormy mayo. Whatever they call on yeah. I think it was unusual. It happened to you buy. It didn't but then when i listened to mayo on with you jared. I'm doing a turnaround. He's also when i saw is a packard on jimmy kimmel doing an interview entirely in the mouth of the whale. Thought that was pretty good too if you haven't seen it it's really fun anyway. Coming up we're gonna talk with Executive editor.
What Is Skin Needling and Does My Face Need It?
"But what is needling will. I decided to ask marie coach. Alani australian importer for the leading skin needling tool dermot pen. And i got her to explain rather than my explanation which is a bunch of tiny tiny needles in union which encourages your natural healing responses by producing more collagen which basically just gives you a freshest and glossiest baby skin but let's let her explain because she is far more eloquent. Hello my name. Is marie in a culture laney. I am the founder and creator of to sell on professional skincare brand of cosmetics and ginger me since march twenty sixteen i've been the distributor for opin world more specifically the pin which is the world's number one and most recognized skin neethling devices. I am a beauty therapist with over thirty five years experience and it is without a doubt that skin needling otherwise known as micro needling and just more commonly referred to as the pin is one of my favorites in anti-ageing treatments. Why you ask well. Skin needling is a procedure that involves very fine needles that puncture the skin to cause a perceived trauma because the natal's moving out of the skin so fast and the just the right with and they enter at the right dibs. They penetration is enough to trigger. What we call an inflammatory response so in very simple terms. The skin thinks it's been hurt and it sits off cascade of responses that ultimately triggered various sell simulations things like collagen synthesis. So if you're looking to build out lines ring wrinkles falls to volume is the skin then the needles trigger the fiberglass to go back to work reduction of skin redness pigmentation not just short term but long term were sawn minimization of pours. I love this one here because when the skin pores are refined. The canvas looked so much more. Flawless is and so much more smooth works on tightening and filming of the skin. Eight is fabulous on scars. Stretch marks and even used to stimulate haygarth but one of the more innovative ways that we've been using the dome opinion is treating acne and so fabulous on taint acne menopausal acne congested skins those skins looking for decongesting and clarity and detoxifying
How to Exit Your Small Business Rich
"Do you exit your small business rich here to guide us is sharon lechter. Who's an entrepreneur. Author and chartered global management accountant with thirty five year career. Experience that a licensed. Cpa and a lifelong advocate. She's the founder and ceo of pay your family first financial education organization sharon authored the international best seller rich dad poor dad and it's released fourteen other books in the rich dad series shares. The author of a new book called exit rich. The six pm method to sell your business for huge profit sharon to the show. Thank you so much. I'm so happy to be with you today. Thank you so. I think a lot of small business owners start companies because they think they're exit rich but so many of them don't how come i think it's mainly because they don't take the time to understand how to build the foundation around the business. They they get initial success. They get all excited and they end up focusing on profit and sales without building that structure and foundation. You can't build a house without going down i to build a foundation. You have to put him electric and plumbing. Same thing in your business you hit in order to take your successful business and make it sustainable and scalable eventually salable. You have to put in those business systems after. Identify your operations. How you're doing identify your competitive advantage intellectual property and protected and so those are all the things that we've outlined in. The book is how you can identify that hidden value that you have in your company and put that structure in so that you create an asset too many business owners own a job not
"thirty five years" Discussed on Cold
"It's not worth it. So but i'm glad i had the experience and may have it again. I actually subsequent to that have had a couple of cases murder cases there were there were aggravated murder and death. Penalty was was there as an option until we got to the point where the state declined to to file. Notice that the death penalty so my preferences. We don't do that i think. I think that's generally the leaning county attorney's office is if they can avoid it. They won't file. We do have a couple of impending now. The circumstances were just to to agree just for them to not file. I don't know what the outcome will be none expressing opinion on that. But i think they're trying to get away from that. It's expensive and there are other ways. I think that the they can be handled to the sas. Actionable people we know. Joyce's family listens Do you have anything to say to them. Or any thoughts about joyce's family you know during the the preparation of the case in the in the trial and the sentencing. Obviously our focus is on what we're doing for him. But i was always aware that they were there. I was aware that they certainly have had an have a very different perspective on it I can't worry too much about how i'm seeing because i do this all the time. And lots of cases and cases have victims. But i i was aware they were. There was aware that the they probably didn't have a favourable favorable view of people connected with the defense. And i don't blame for that that's that whole experience for them which has now stretched. I don't know. I don't know i'm the math thirty five years so you can imagine what what they have been going through and You know there was nothing. I could do to address that except try to be respectful. You know in court With the way. I address things and try to be you know. Be mindful of that. But you know you feel bad for can imagine what that would be like for for that to have happened to my mother and And so you just try to be respectful. But there's not a whole lot. We did try to reach out to them during the case to have a conversation with them. I don't remember. I don't remember what our objective was. It wasn't out of curiosity of.
"thirty five years" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Now with the los angeles clippers working for steve bomber to hope to chains landscape of basketball in los angeles. This is the story of basketball in la in a rivalry thirty five years in the making. This is not about.
Prayers That Get Answered
"There's a period time in my life. Where i really didn't know that god could annoy somebody wearing denim. I mean you would have no more caught me up here in a pair of jeans. I thought god only anointed polyester went somewhere in the morning was so thick sliced with a knife and everybody on the platform looked like they hadn't been out of bed too long and i thought well i guess god doesn't care all that much it's our heart demands and i still think that we should do our best for god and i was talking to my son. Who's you know. He gets all that better than me. Because he's thirty five years younger than i am and i said well you should. You should do your best. You should dress your best for god and this is my best dressed up. you know. it's so silly to get into all that. What do we think. Moses looked like when he went up on the mountain to get the ten commandments. So i don't know john. The baptist certainly apparently was weird. I mean he wore camel's hair. Eight wild locust honey outta trees went around screaming at payback raped. I doubt that we could receive from him either. I mean this is. I have to look at things like this. Otherwise i can't get it. It's like i don't wanna just look at this and and not get anything out of it. I'm so glad i'm not like everybody else. I fast twice a week.
"thirty five years" Discussed on When We Talk About Animals
"He warwick welcome evacuation jennifer. Thank you so very much. I'm absolutely thrilled to be here. You started studying hedgehogs over thirty five years ago and you once wrote. It's rare that affair begun as a teenager lasts a lifetime. But i've been very lucky. How does that affair began. And why do you love hedgehogs. Oh it's interesting. This i mean. The relationship began. I couch it. More than the relationship began earlier than the fab as it were So that that i was a studying. Ecologist is doing my degree. There was an opportunity for a third year project which was actually a practical investigation into the impact of of hedgehogs. On a small island to which they've been introduced in the nineteen seventies and the impact of these hedgehogs might be having on these breeding success of ground nesting birds. It was a straightforward ecological question. Not a simple thing to answer. And that was my introduction to it so that was back when i was still a teenager but it was the realization that very little work was done looking at the day to day. Life of hedgehogs loads of studies had been donald on the hormonal fluctuations of hibernating hedgehogs but the actual mundane stuff of the hedgehog because it's not normally considered to be a form of a past or game animal or something to eat normally. I'm they've never really had much attention. Paid to them This gave me the opportunity and made me realize partly because i think instinctively i'm both a coward and lazy. They don't travel too far too fast. And on the holy bite you so it as an animal to study. It's not so bad well. And of course they're they're not just beloved by you but are consistently britain's most popular animal wisest spiny kind of low to the ground sniffling critter so universally beloved interesting in your introduction. You actually use the word. Perhaps and i took umbrage i even made notes doing. What do you mean. Perhaps the nation's favourite wild animal really. Yes i have. I have my particular passion for hedgehogs. And actually i didn't finish answering questions about what happened to me. When did when did the fab again because research and then that slipped. And actually i have to lay the blame for that at the little feet of nigel and botham barra singley. I was doing a lecture an in it. I talked about this moment when my eyes met nigel's as we lay together while i lay on devon lane and that moment of connection really sowed the seeds alva relationship shifting from liking stuff to loving stuff. And i did i felt. I felt a change in our relationship. Unbeknownst to me that that one of my now friends and colleagues in the audience also called nigel. Anyway so that was a moment when i really felt to shift. And this i think is interesting is when we talk about animals..
Relationships Made Easy With Abby Medcalf
"Abby. Please introduce yourself. Hi well first of all. Thank you for having me here. I'm really excited. I listen to you and tell my clients all time to listen. So may i relation ship. May then i love your tedtalk you watched. I'm really proud of that. And i have a podcast also. The relationships made easy. You know how to do that. And i'm author. And i see clients and i speak allotted corporate and all the things all the things and i'm a mom in a long term recovery myself and actually been running a group in a drug rehab for thirty five years. Wow i like that news. I ever give it up no matter what else i'm doing in my life no matter what else is going on I run some kind of group. Do some sort of group it just it. yeah you know. That's what's under everything. So
"thirty five years" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Spending money can help us get there and so we think we're going to earn a lot of money and that money is the end goal but the reality is it's flipped around. Its its purpose first. And then finding away to inject passion into your purpose if you make those connections then the money follows so passion built on purpose and the money you will get enough money to be able to have the kind of life that you wanna have if you are following your purpose in a passionate way and there have been my my mantra my entire life but i. I never really had a chance to explore. Wasn't my mantra in my entire life. But it's something i live by now and Because you mentioned earlier you were. You were dj. That was What i believed was my purpose. I was in radio thirty five years ago. And i got kind of Banned for using the f. Word we went on a station that didn't have a seven second delay working my You know a couple of f-bomb slipped out in a couple more than a couple more by the time Knew it my radio. Career was over end and i just accepted that moved on but i always wanted to get back and radio and then Things happen were in in corporate world that you know Company i was working for was really struggling and i decided to leave their thought. What am i going to do now. I always love radio i can. I am not going to go around. you know. Sending resumes to radio stations all over the country. But this is as close as i can come matter. This is radio isn't what it was thirty five years ago. I mean it's not at all voice tracked this all automated. And i love what the thing i love about. Your podcast is that you really do bring in fascinating. People who make the rest of us think about the very fundamental things about life by what really is important to us in some of these stories of the of the folks that you've talked to over the course of your career here..
Glenn Kirschner's Top Line Thoughts on the Criminal Probe of Trump Organization
"To be joined today by my friend. Former federal prosecutor for many decades but not five decades like andrew. Giuliani claims that he's been in politics even though he's only thirty five years old and also hosted the justice matters podcasts. Justice matters youtube channel because welcome glen kirschner. Glenn welcome are you doing. I'm doing well thank you. It's been an interesting day so far in the news. I know biden just signed the anti asian hate act and hate crimes act and i think that that's a great speech that you made and we've got a lot going on and boy the investigative pressure. The legal troubles are mounting for the former guy as we learned just last night that not only is the new york attorney general tips james teaming up with Vance on the trump organization investigation making her civil suit also criminal investigation but that she has had a criminal investigation open against weisselberg. Cfo the trump organization and sent a letter letting them all know back in january. She's been doing this for months now. And i find that fascinating. And i was hoping to get your top line thoughts so top line thoughts are okay. What do we know based on this announcement by attorney general james and what can we reasonably infer. Well what we know. Is that if you're the target of an investigation and it goes from being a civil investigation to being a criminal investigation. We know that's bad for you. That's bad for donald trump. that's bad for the trump organization because civil investigations are all about money. All somebody can do to the target of a civil investigation is you know levy fines and penalties and make them pay restitution and then maybe at the most extreme they can prohibit you from running a business in the future kind of like when james shut down the trump charity and when she went after and is still going after the nra. But you know what civil doesn't land anybody in prison. Criminal can land people imprisoned. So we know that's bad for donald trump. We also know that too. Prosecutorial heads are better than one right. So tisch james has a full staff of lawyers with experience and expertise in certain areas and advance. The district attorney for manhattan has a whole battalion of lawyers with experience and expertise in certain areas. The fact that these two offices are jordan joining forces. I think spells real trouble for trump and
Data of 100+ Million Android Users Exposed
"Millions of android users data exposed due to cloud authentication failures report issued by researchers at checkpoint reveals serious cloud miss configurations which have potentially exposed data belonging to over one hundred million android app users. The report indicates that twenty-three popular android apps examined including a taxi app logo maker screen recorder facts service in astrology software leak data including email records chat messages. Location information user. Id's passwords and images in thirteen instances sensitive data was publicly available in unsecured cloud configurations accounting for between ten thousand and ten million downloads. Each the report indicates that security failures result of developers failing to follow quote best practices when configuring an integrating third party cloud services into their applications. End quote you. K regulator finds amex for spamming violations. American express has been fined ninety thousand pounds by. Britain's information commissioner's office or ico for spamming customers with fifty million unwanted e-mails after they'd opted out of its email marketing program in an attempt to justify its actions. Mx claimed the spam was internally classified as service messages instead of marketing ico head of investigations. Andy curry stated quote. This is a clear example of a company getting it wrong and now facing the reputational consequences of that error and quote russian hacker sentenced to five years for one point five million dollar tax fraud. The doj reported that russian national anton bogdonoff was sentenced to five years in prison for attempting to steal one point. Five million dollars by hacking into tax preparation firms. The thirty five year old russian known online as kusak participated in a scheme between june twenty fourteen in november two thousand sixteen that included stealing personal information to alter tax returns
No-Hitter for 2nd Straight Day: Kluber Pitches Yanks' Gem
"Corey Kluber of the New York Yankees threw the sixth no hitter of the season Wednesday night in a two nothing win over the Texas Rangers in Arlington Texas the thirty five year old right hander almost had a perfect game the lone baserunner for the Rangers was Charlie Culberson who drew a four pitch walk in the third inning Kluber a two time American League Cy Young Award winner registered ten strikeouts it followed by one night a no hitter by Detroit Tigers right hander Spencer Turnbull against the Seattle Mariners marking the first no hitters on consecutive days in the majors since nineteen sixty nine hi Mike Rossio
"thirty five years" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"We'll do that but I would tell them not to be afraid. And then for the fact that you get asked us to pop grade medical procedures. They watch carefully like while. I'm participating in the study. They're gonna watch for like five years so it's a it's a big commitment by tickets worked at in the end. If there's a product breath available to everybody and can can help everyone. I mean if you could avoid breast cancer. Why would you not do this vaccine. So i tell people don't be afraid it's gone through you know the fda and all that other good stuff but You know there's so so participate is is my answer to people. And i the other thing that i think about sonya having worked on sort of this side of the of the desk is that People aren't allowed to participate in clinical trials. If it if they aren't the right participant for it so the goal is always to keep to keep the patient safe to keep the individual safe at the same time that they're participating exactly because i have crohn's disease they were hesitant to levy participate in this study so i had to. Have you know. I had to be onboard. They they watched me for two or three months to make sure that i was ok. Tedi one there were no issues. I have an austin me. So they're worried about that and so far so good. There hasn't been any issues so going forward. I'm i'm looking forward to to participating in this study. Wonderful doctor cologne. What would you tell patients friends family. Who are thinking about participating in a clinical trial. Where we we always encourage. Because we don't want to be doing the same thing we're doing now with in my area of medical oncology unfortunately once the tumors are metastatic or had spread frequently leads sued. The patients dying so. There's a lot of progress that needs to be done. And we don't wanna cr. Next generation was carrying those patients having the same outcome as just like i'd mentioned about young patient so thirty five years ago who. I didn't have anything to offer at now. Here we are with five or six different drugs that prolong survival. So we want to be thirty five years from now. Curing old.
"thirty five years" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Students that I wanted to gone through it. My impression is has been changed over the thirty five years. I have been teaching northwestern in good change in one sad. When in stanfield students come in knowing a lot more than they did thirty five years ago in humanities in history in anything like that they come in knowing much much less. They don't have to write english very while in most where they do. They don't know basic grammar. Their knowledge of history is much poor and their idea of what a social view is is a dog mattis through the davison toll not everybody. Of course i'm just saying. In general is more of a tendency so that the quality of education they give the humanities is less than the quality in the hard sciences and mathematics better. Yeah but then are. Are you also saying saul than you know in some sense The humanities occasion need to be more prescriptive prescriptive So so in the into stem education in a most of what we teach in the high school You know you. Smart about sort of deterministic physics chemistry biology stuff that that can be refuted that as you know. I don't know much about humanity's by the way also. I'm just making this thing up. But in humanities the the the scope of talk has to be locked rod right. Well yes. I mean i tend to think that the function let let me just focus on one. Part of humanity's are a lit- when i know best is teaching literature But you can apply this to history to the main thing you wanna get across. Is that people in different cultures and different centuries soul the world genuinely differently. And the way you look at their points of view of they look at yours. And you do not lie your. It's not as if your point of view is guaranteed to be right forever. People ten years ago might have thought the same. And you're going to look stupid ten years now you do not live at the. It met you. What you believe may seem right to you. But that's because you haven't thought of other things you want humanities ought to teach you what it's like to think differently in our great novels will show you people from different social classes different periods. Different psychology is different religions. value sets history. If you teach it correctly will not be us. Judging them it will be understanding the world. Projecting yourself into let's say eighteenth century france and see what they.
"thirty five years" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk
"Of molecules. Okay everything from glasses that you're wearing reading glasses that i wear to al. Cellphones paper everyday is made of molecules. Molecules have a bible tori element they they all vibrate. You know if if you have the right tools you could hear right with the right equipment. You could hear the vibrations of paper. You could hear the vibrations of Your walls so everything has everything in. Life has a because it made of cells has some vibrant tori signaling. Okay yeah what we're saying in the video okay is that we have measured the vibrant tori signals that are happening in in not just in the elements that plants need to survive but also in the processes you know. We've we've measured the viper tori Sounds okay of photosynthesis of the absorption of the sun and so those we and we were able to duplicate that in a way that we can then deliver it to the plants so technically if they needed more sun okay. We can enhance that photosynthesis process because the vibrations. Okay or in the transmitter. And they're being emitted as part of those three thousand plus okay so when i say to you the at the best way roger that i've explained to farmers and then they get it and like look if i came to thirty five years ago and i showed you this beautiful cell phone right and i said you can control your irrigation system from this. You can open up and shut down your business with this. You can activate your systems. You could contact your friends around the world video and do all these fantastic things with this little toy. Right that we call the self. They would be like thirty five years ago. They would have said you're crazy that's never going to happen. That's impossible well. It's thirty five years later. And everyone in the planet eighty percent of the planet. Has these toys right. Yeah so. I'm basically saying the same thing to farmers we are and we have the future of farming today. It just thirty five years forty years ahead of our time and and we're bringing it and the farmers who take us up on it which is mostly the innovator forest. They're the ones that are willing to try it. And we've got where we were. We have hundreds and hundreds of farmers using our technology. Okay and we're going to be approaching. Thousands show soon with with the new agreements that were making so the bottom line is going to be more and more farmers all over the internet all internationally speaking about the community plant booster and in south america. It's called the osce crop booster. You start out a with me. Nauseous k y m. i. n. a. s. I it is The first two letters of the inventors children's first names kief whisper. curien me. am i as for mia. and as for nathan s. I s for syria. Yeah yeah get us into your facebook page two. I'm sorry it's getting some people. Just keep using the same old passwords away. All your secrets here. So so actually. Though i mean the way they use it they have been getting. I mean if they're just relying on nature to drop forty four inches of rain on their place in writing when they can get it they they they don't get uses technology so it's gotta be delivered through a hose or pipe Something right hidden pivot systems..
"thirty five years" Discussed on The Most Hated F-Word
"Well for. we're seeing some interesting results here. But further examination of the participants showed that the levels of reported happiness while agent cafe revealed that participants were primed. with time we're happier than those primed with money. So that's interesting. The people who were primed with the word time reported higher levels consistently of happiness and satisfaction than the people primed with the word work and as they looked into the research more they thought how. What was the differentiation here. And they determined that the people that were primed with time spent more time socializing which was the key differentiation on what increase their happiness levels so spending time with people you care about loved ones doing things. That you'd like and socializing. This research shows that it can increase our levels of happiness. There's something though. I want him to be clear and i talked about this already. Is that money. We need it so not suggesting. Let's just not care about money and let's just focus on our time. We do need money. I wanna start looking at a better balance between how much time we're spending on our money but how much time we spending on doing the things that align with our values money's important it allows individuals to acquire the necessities for survival and it helps us minimize our dependence on others which is important for us however it just seems as society. We've gone to extreme end and we've focused too much money. We've forgotten how important our time is. Time is tied to motion fulfilment. That's why it makes us feel good when we spend time on things that matter. Whereas money's simply tie to utility when we truly understand and embrace our core values and start lining our actions suspend are finite time on record values. I feel like our life becomes more enriched and we get that feeling of more life out of our time we experienced more satisfaction agreed critter happiness which is awesome so our core values. Wyatt bring them up. Is there an important indicator on where we should spend our time because if we don't know intrinsically where we should spend time we might spend our time on what we think other people want what we think. Think social media want but winberg true and we understand our core values then we can really spend our time and money on things that increase our own well-being in life satisfaction. So come to end here. The focus for twenty twenty is gonna be on this this idea on time. And how can we allocate our time in the present that's going to increase levels of happiness and flourishing and unlike this idea of how we can flourish beyond our finances and what that means is how can we flourish beyond our finances in the way that we don't need to have rules money in the bank account to be happy are to be able to flourish. We're also gonna continue to awaken her money stories on. Continue to talk about our money stories. We've been hard wired a certain way. I'm thirty five years old. I've been hardwired. A certain way for thirty five years so it takes time to rewire those old outdated stories and a third theme that we're going to focus on is creating that thriving relationship with our money a relationship that we coexist with money. We don't depend on money to be happy. So i want to thank each and every one of you have listened over the past years year. It has been truly an honor. And i wanna thank you for all the times you decided to listen to my podcast amongst all the million other ones and i wanna thank you for all the times you shared. My podcast with other people are financial lives. Our journey is a mountain without.
"thirty five years" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast
"For a tampon or something like that. You know right right But there are people who are equally valid. Who don't fly under the radar that way even if they want to just feel like that's kind of an important thing to say But the the biggest challenge has just been. It's been the internal work like i personally. Spent thirty five years. Raised culturally male. Thirty five years is a long time to have a bunch of stuff ingrained in you and and when you're a year and a half into undoing social programming which is exactly what it is you know you think about every like i was accepted into male spaces in avid rock climber in like we had a locker room at the gym and like i was friends with people who were very vocal about like what they thought of women and you know all that stupid water cooler. Talk stuff in so I think this is kinda heavy To be like right off the bat. But i think that being a human in western society in a lot of societies actually around the world especially a mayo comes with a certain idea of what femininity is at what what being a woman is and i think that even women fall victim to this. I think there's just like a permeated Thought throughout our culture that says the things that are masculine are more important and better and stronger and more capable than things that are feminine. And you just kind of grow up. Thinking like men are better than women. They're better at sports. They have the better jobs. They direct all the big movies. They it's like a huge deal with a woman does something that a band orally does end just like whether it's true or not which is absolutely not That it doesn't matter it's just it's just we all get through osmosis just through the process of being raised in society at not not just in a in a closed room like a vacuum that so so yeah i think the largest challenge by far when you're switching genders is getting over all of that.
"thirty five years" Discussed on Switch4Good
"So yvonne. I wanna you know i was on baywatch for five seasons twenty five years ago and i am very well. Aware that on my gravestone. They will mention. Even though you know i've had an acting career of over thirty five years And over one hundred productions. You also have that same whether it's a burden or actually a point of pride You harry potter will always be linked to you also And i know. There's a lot of harry potter fans listening to this show and i don't want to disappoint.
"thirty five years" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive
"If you if you look at companies and people especially people that have very strong personal brands. So how did they do that. Let's say i'm a financial adviser in vancouver and one of the wealthiest areas have been a financial adviser there for thirty five years. I'm well known i'm on. tv. I go on cnn. I'd do whatever You know and i actually have a group of followers that i can influence right well. They've been doing this organically for their thirty five year career. Right and that's kind of the point. What we wanna do is operationalize. That and bring your company into that with that type of influence. That they're seen like hub. Spot is seen as a company that creates a ton of useful content. So people wanna sign it right. They trust them. We are a does the same thing. Mail chimp does the same thing you look at the very successful brands that do it. And their lead nurturing processes substantial and its billion dollar companies off of that for sure. And you know. It's you know. Because of our tagline in the way we position ourselves often times. You know it's like you know it's it's like people wanna go out and hunt and kill hunt killed. Don't and it's all about like the nurture like even a a. You know an adviser that may have been in business thirty five years and thirty five years ago. We didn't have the technology we have. What did he he or she do a phone. They call they nurtured raid kind of thing. It's just evolved over time. Yup exactly. So let's go back into the contents. A little bit to her. Her last exam are less. Example is e books right. So these are you know these can be lengthy and in-depth pieces of content. That people really dive deep into right. This is a sort of stage where people are taking the time to read your content at length maybe even share it And you know you can do a number of things that today's day and age you can make it a like a book..
"thirty five years" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"I used to love whatever it was like an elementary school. Or junior high. When you'd get the textbooks and somebody. Joe dixon like different people from nine hundred seventy but there is one. I think it was when i was in seventh grade and we had marked the book also like when we had to go like pick up a book. Everyone wanted that book because dick's everywhere and like little bubbles come out of their mouths and one of my favorite cowboy hat. His legs like straddling sitting on a wooden fence. Jane nick in there's little bubble giving them as well and it said drones. i use them. Only i just. I just remember seeing them. And i'm like who would imagine like because the textbooks that we use listen. I grew up in wisconsin in like a small community. Our textbooks or from like the seventies. So there's this older man now at this point what i what. I'm reading this text book. This older man. Who's like you know what i did but i was all over with that. Captured is brilliant. Loved it i. I use them craze. Good i used to love just getting to and the and the cartoon. Dick's are the worst dr because it looks just like a like. What's the in music like the trouble. Cliff club with a line for the head line for the whole bagley with with the worst. Pubic hair. Little mushroom tippy like this little. Yes sprinkled guys are so fucking weird. We're so fucking numbers giggling about it day. We're forty or forty two dixie. Funny they are the love him. I love dick.
"thirty five years" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"I used to love whatever it was like an elementary school. Or junior high. When you'd get the textbooks and somebody. Joe dixon like different people from nine hundred seventy but there is one. I think it was when i was in seventh grade and we had marked the book also like when we had to go like pick up a book. Everyone wanted that book because dick's everywhere and like little bubbles come out of their mouths and one of my favorite cowboy hat. His legs like straddling sitting on a wooden fence. Jane nick in there's little bubble giving them as well and it said drones. i use them. Only i just. I just remember seeing them. And i'm like who would imagine like because the textbooks that we use listen. I grew up in wisconsin in like a small community. Our textbooks or from like the seventies. So there's this older man now at this point what i what. I'm reading this text book. This older man. Who's like you know what i did but i was all over with that. Captured is brilliant. Loved it i. I use them craze. Good i used to love just getting to and the and the cartoon. Dick's are the worst dr because it looks just like a like. What's the in music like the trouble. Cliff club with a line for the head line for the whole bagley with with the worst. Pubic hair. Little mushroom tippy like this little. Yes sprinkled guys are so fucking weird. We're so fucking numbers giggling about it day. We're forty or forty two dixie. Funny they are the love him. I love
"thirty five years" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"You scratch my back. I scratch yours. You give me a kickback. You'll get this contract bending and it's still getting done like you say he. I think he just cut out the wrong. You know you're not gonna go too far in it but basically you cut out to many of the people that's already been in the game. Taleggio people in your and they're not having that. Nah so you know. This ain't back in the day like the mob. They got a different thing. They do to don't kill you. They put the they put the feds on you. So you know. I just. I just wish that brother. Good luck or you in Gladdy out and all the people that hate him you know. He took our pitcher look. Your pension was going to go anyway. That's the biggest payment they any business can handle the headed lady facebook. She said well my husband they. If kwami stole is pension well like like. I told her husband died thirty five years ago. You may collecting a pension that whole time. So she come. Yeah how long do you think the city detroit can keep paying your pension. I mean i hate that. I hate to say. It isn't be wrong with him but it is what it is you know so i mean i don't know what else to say when people call me about all kinds of stuff all the stuff they mad about kwami about. There's no truth. They mad at him about the term green thing. He's never been charged today. No proof but people swear up and down he. Did you know what i'm saying. It's just it's just a lot of foolishness to me. You know so my thing is just that man on what he actually got convicted of what she got way too much time. If you ask me he got kingpin. Time for you know little political crimes that everybody's been doing so you know my thing. Is you know judge him. Basically served his time. Let them come on. Live his life this. You are getting comments already. Just you know. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah i mean that's basically let him serve his time. I wonder why people don't have the same energy with ikano more like the mayor. Taylor that governor snyder.