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"university portsmouth" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Two fives liquid liquid. Kind of like excuse. Did you ask him the money in like what's what you had all that change in your closet and he's just like don't worry about it right back on the couch with a blanket back over him and the kids and keeps watching avengers cartoons or whatever garbage are watching like. He's got up to two hundred dollars cash in his closet now. How many times have you had to like Maybe go to the atm for cash. Or you've had to. And i know this is probably going to be stupid because you. You'd probably rather walk through a forest fire with gasoline painting zone than to to give somebody more money than they actually are supposed to get done that. I've definitely overpaid. Someone doesn't have the change or can't break something and he doesn't have a dollar on him or yeah like asked babysitters can you please. Just get up. You know so i can just pay you online. Because we don't have cash shading so it's actually in his closet his secret stash of cash. And that's the key on a heads up to all the burglars that's what i was is the act j. Total recall podcast. They've done a survey in england. Study at the university. Portsmouth england and says the way a woman walks contributes to just as much of her sexiness as her looks. The researchers say that The the most Other studies on attractiveness. Just had people look at pictures They actually had people watch videos and they found people were more likely to find a woman attractive if she quote she wiggles her hips and takes small steps but they didn't have to do the study in a fancy british university. We already had a scientist. Tell us this. A social scientist named jeannie spoke perfect. Thank you professor king. Years did a lot of work for nothing. so is it like high heel shoes versus flat. Shoes improve. i don't think women think that. Make their leg look. Better make their books. Look better but makes like all more confident. You have a little shame to a lot of women. Think that that's what makes them. Because we've already started getting the minute. We mentioned something about what men find sexy about women. We started gidon. These comments from women on the dm's saying that confidence is always sexy in cetinje other. And i think that's cute that they believe that 'cause There are a lot of really really not attractive. People who have confidence you know attractive people who have confidence. A lot of times are Strong willed and oh sassy things. Like an unattractive person is just ooh. She needs to look in a mirror. She's hot or she thinks she's great. She's not you know people start tearing down others. It's just like women who say that they don't that they don't get a guy because they intimidate men that's usually not the case. Their friends lied to him. Tell him that there's something else. Then what is it usually. I don't know it could be anything else. But i don't know any guy that i've ever known in my life to say no. I'm intimidated by her. I can't even approach. Her field studies that have done through life. I chat or intimidate men. That may be a nice way of saying you have an off putting personnel and your friends wanna put it that way. You just may learn how to walk when in reality. I mean despite all this. The key to to true sexiness is a gigantic lower back at be. That's all. I'm saying that the high ones want to hear from professor jingyi again nailed it. Tj total recall. Podcast is new at noon everyday. Subscribe now i tunes now. Serving twenty seven at dnv window number sixteen. Okay rose were second in line. Perfect rose you remembered the birth certificate. Yes and we have our electric bill excellent. We'll be real idea ready. No time realty ready to visit our grandson. Ricky at fort bragg then fly to new orleans for jazz fest. Pardon me are you talking to yourself. I'm sorry i guess. I am talk yourself into real idea. Readiness by may thirty twenty twenty three make a plan at dhs dot gov slash real i d..
"university portsmouth" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Microwave. Dinners any good. I don't know I'll forgive me. Kevin and home alone casualty buying groceries. When the scanner in Barcode I arrived on the scene in the mid Seventies? It was pretty futuristic. Laser beam is concealed inside the window. Checkout counter clerk Posey Johnson past the window and the laser is Fox one of those mysterious patches of squiggle engage. It's about the size of the first commercial uses. Were in American supermarkets. And now they're everywhere. That's Deborah Doug Ryan. She's a professor of design history at the University Portsmouth in the UK. The supermarket scanner sped up. checkouts wiped out the need for individual price stickers also befuddled at least one American president and before four long Sug Ryan says the Barcode scanner became part of nearly every commercial interaction. We have tickets when we're pasting postles. It's us so if you go into hospital your bar code. A fixed T.. You said it has this kind of ubiquity which I think is kind of hard to replace. Not It's just hard to replace. Laura's invention completely transformed how businesses operate it really helps the supermarket with the just sticks and supply chain to to make sure that it had the right products at the right time but of course it's also I'm gathering information about us as customers as well so the the stores know what kind of toilet paper we prefer for example. which is the creepy part of Barcodes? And now they are inescapable from the ISB and numbers on books to Qr QR codes. It all goes back to George Laura and his colleagues at IBM in nineteen seventy-three. You may not have heard his name before but his work beeps on. The world's biggest oil producer is going public. The Saudi Arabian Oil Company. Also known as ARAMCO is offering a small percentage of its shares on the market investors vessel can get their hands on the company shares through the Saudi Stock Exchange. Starting tomorrow this will kick off a new era for a company that is state owned and historically very insular. Here's the world's Sharon Jafari. Saudi Aramco is the most profitable company in the world more profitable than Apple Google Walmart and then wall is the author of Saudi Inc.. A book about the History of Aramco and she says it's hard to overstate the company's role. Oh in making Saudi Arabia. What it is today? Aramco is the most important company in Saudi Arabia. In many respects it is the entire reason that Saudi Arabia has become such a wealthy and successful kingdom. ARMCO started out as an American company says well owned by four media Americans America shareholders in nine hundred eighty it was fully sold to the government of Saudi Arabia in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight becoming Saudi Aramco. Which is the company that we know it as today? Today around is worth one point seven trillion dollars that's trillion with a t and he makes most of its money by pumping oil out of the ground and selling it to the rest of us. So why is the crown jewel of Saudi Arabia. Estate owned oil company going public now. Oil production is going to become less and less of an interesting business. Fifth Cornell worked for Amkor from two thousand fourteen to twenty sixteen and is now with the Atlantic Council and the issue for Saudi Arabia. is how quickly can they. Let's say front end their value and tried to leverage their national assets including Saudi Aramco and pump that money into programs that might diversify the Economy Cornell Nelson says realistically global oil consumption is now going to die out completely anytime soon but companies are concerned about long term in prospect of fossil fuels the advancement of things like electric vehicles and other kinds of substitutions for oil mean that demand could start Dr to weaken Even in this decade Crown Prince Mohammad bin. Salman knows this. He has laid out. Plans to reduce the kingdom's reliance on oil real and expand other non oil sectors his pouring money into tourism entertainment and technology. It's not clear exactly where the Saudi Saudi government will invest the money from the Aramco. IPO Says Ellen Wall they do say they want to diversify economy whether or not the sale of shares. There's of Aramco will be able to accomplish. This diversification is a major major question and also a major risk but it's a risk that the Saudis Saudi state is willing to take in. The meantime environmentalists. Are Concerned that money raised in this. IPO will allow the oil giant expand. Dan Patrick mccully is the rainforest action network and Environmental Organization based in San Francisco. He argues are uncle is already already big enough. Ramco is the single largest carbon on the planet study showed that is responsible for emissions of carbon dioxide than anyone else. Last October is study found. That Aramco was responsible for nearly five percent of all global greenhouse gas emissions in the past half century. It produced thirteen million barrels of oil a day in the first half of this year. That's more than four times. What Exxon Mobil produced MacAulay sent a letter to the CEOS of the banks that are involved in Aramco's public offering criticizing their role in the sale? Nine other environmental groups signed it. The banks need to start putting some serious pressure on the fossil fuel industry and that means sandy break clear single by not getting involved if there is a long term in financial future. That's going to be expensive. The planet the banks didn't respond to the letter but McAleese's environmental concerns as well. As Saudi Arabia's human rights records have dampened investors interest in Aramco initially planned to sell three percent of the shares. But now it is. Scaled sailed back to only one and a half percent it also wanted to list its shares on the international stock exchanges looking London or in New York but now the it's only limited to the Saudi Stock Exchange Speaker. Here today. Please join me in welcoming. I mean Nassir. Aramco did not respond to an interview request but at a recent conference in London the company's CEO. I mean Nassir acknowledged concerns about oil oil and climate change without a doubt oil and gas will be here for many decades to come but there can also be no question that climate change is among the most. It's significant challenges facing humanity but Nassar went on to say that governments should come up with a more holistic approach to reducing their carbon footprint. And not just focus on the oil industry. Meanwhile Wall the author of Saudi Inc predicts tomorrow sale will likely push around quote produce more. That's because as a listed company it will want to increase revenue to attract more investors in the future for the world. I'm sharing Jafari if the polls are right. Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party are looking like the clear winners in Thursday's election in the UK the polls as we know can N. B. Wrong so the Tories as Johnson's party members of called have a strategy. They're targeting districts that voted Yes for Brexit and also happened to be traditional strongholds holds for the opposition Labor Party in British political speak. These areas are known as the Labor leave heartlands in recording leak to a news website this morning owning a key Labor Party figure John Ashworth even expressed serious doubts about his own party and its leader. Jeremy Corbyn sort of small town midland off. Aw It's abysmal. Our I mean they don't line Thompson books. They can't stand corporate and Labor's Brexit Brexit Ashworth later dismiss these leaked comments as quote Unquote Banter. But what does it look like. In these small towns. I went to Windy Yorkshire Marco in West Yorkshire to be more specific and a place called Wakefield Rose Oliveira's out in one of these key labour constituencies today. Yorkshire itself is a Rural County the biggest county in England county that has the Yorkshire Moors and people will think of the Bronte sisters and Jane Eyre and all of that and they think of of Yorkshire would also also places like Wakefield real mining towns and mining hubs and in the nineteen eighties when the mines were closed onto the Patrick government. People were very angry and they were Labor supporters up to them but they were very strongly Labor supporters after that because they sold the Conservatives as ruining their local OKLA Konami but today or low. When you got down to the ground there in Yorkshire what was it actually like in terms of the upcoming elections? Well it's interesting. You know we are coming up to. Christmas is terrible time time to be out canvassing. It's also not great weather to be out campaigning. Either again you know the issues. John Ashworth mentioned in the tape there. They it did come up on the doorstep issues of Br exists issues of Jeremy Corbyn dishes of Boris Johnson. But that said I joined the Labor Party on there canvas you give me a little handful of molly fix. Which Labor candidate did you go out with? Mary Craze Labor MP and she's held the seat there for a number of years. So I suspect some of the doors that they were calling to were very specifically labour doors and labor targets and I give you an example. This is one door that we call it on having listened.