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"wanaka" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:52 min | Last month

"wanaka" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Find it. Wanaka. I will always remember Wanaka. I played there twice the first time. I just could not hit a shot and stop keeping score and I got very mad at golf. Second time was with a guy who I knew a little bit in Rochester a little bit here. Now he's a VP in the N B, a Pete dwelling. And he was working for the bills then, and I like this. This is not a story where I'm bragging about my score. Because I you know, 78 is the best round I've ever ever had. But There's a point to this, so he invited me to wanna cup and I have always been when I was playing a lot of golf, like in Rochester and a little bit for a few years after I moved here. I just not even if it was out of effort, but I was always in the driver's seat of the cart, and I was always a scorekeeper. I would play a regular game Saturday mornings with my friends, the Mac aunties in Rochester every week, and that would be two or three groups and I would do all the math. I love the good scorecard like I want the sharp pencil. I'm pretties like serious about that. So I would just sort of gravitated to that. And then I was just they would expect that for me. I would always be keeping score. So with that, you know your own score all the time. Like I would You know, it's all kinds of games were playing too. And I like that. I was like, sort of sort of. Ah, comfortable blanket for me. But on this day he was Pete was hosting me. I was his guest. So I get out of the car. And there's Pete with the golf cart. Throw your bag on. Let's go. Very few people there. We just boast around. And we had a great time like I liked him and we're talking about the bills were talking about this job into different things. Nice day. I don't remember. Any holes there except 18. So we get to the tee and I was I knew I was playing well, but I was not keeping score. And we get the tea at 18 and they haven't Wanaka or at least they did. 15 years ago or whatever, I'm sure they still do, like the number of the hole is like into the tee box into the ground on stone or something like it's etched, so I get up there and start to put my ball down and it's 18. And I said, Pete, this is 18. We're done. And he's like, Yeah, he's like you didn't know what hole we're on, like No. And if you knew me well, you would not believe that because I always know that I always know what hole we're on. I always know what my score is. I always know what your score is. And today I don't know any of that. I was just out here hitting the ball. So I put my ball down on the T 18 t hit a good drive like middle the fairway. He will remember. He hit his ball left. And he drove our cart to, you know, like you would do halfway between his ball in mind. He walks over to play his and he was away. And I looked at the scorecard and added my score up and I needed part for 76. I had never broken 80 And I'm just like, Oh, my God, I can't believe we're on the last hole already. Plus, I was working that day. I'm sure And usually there's a point in time on the clock when Even though the show was a non until three. It might be like noon and I'll start to just get distracted. Like all right, what are we going to do with work? You know, I just sort of get distracted and I'm done concentrating on my golf. I think we're playing fast, and that didn't happen. So I'm standing there waiting for him to hit. I realize I'm part away from 76. I've never broken a T and I'm in the middle of the fairway like 1 50 out at Monica. And so I block. My shag. Just talk about talk about I blocked my second shot into the bunker is a bunker front right there. Maybe there are others..

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"wanaka" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"wanaka" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The merit hearing Wanaka told me a short time ago I people need psychological help they've been living with her quick earthquakes for the last week and even happening almost every hour today the governor Porter Rico confirmed that the island does not have an earthquake preparedness plan in Mississippi the prison system is in crisis five inmates have died in ten days CBS news correspondent mark Strassman set the infamous prison in Parchman Mississippi at least one lawsuit alleges barbaric prison conditions rats open sewage abuse of guards corruption yet since two thousand fourteen Mississippi has slashed funding and staffing gangs like the vice lords and black gangster disciples have thrived inside Mississippi governor Phil Bryant we are going to stop it we have it under control as best we can but Mississippi's prison staffing is in crisis almost half the roughly thirteen hundred corrections positions in three major facilities remain unfilled this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com that all money managers might seem the same but while some give their clients cookie cutter portfolios Fisher investments Taylor's portfolios to your goals and needs some only call when they have something to sell Fisher goals regularly so you stay informed and while some advisors are happy to earn commissions whether you do well or not Fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do better.

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Case 125: The Angels of Wynarka & Belanglo

Casefile True Crime

02:06 min | 11 months ago

Case 125: The Angels of Wynarka & Belanglo

"The Korean Doha Hawaii's a one hundred seventy two kilometer long roadway that connects the South Australian Riverside Township of Murray Bridge with Loxton further north on the cusp of the state's border with Victoria largely desolate to highway cuts through expensive agricultural landscapes with several remote the houses in small towns dotted along the way including Tanaka situated one hundred five kilometers east of the capital city of allied when America's main straight off his little but a post office fire station and a public payphone plus the football and tennis courts nearby with a population of fewer than one hundred people. It's the kind of town where anything out of place is noticed by mid March two two thousand fifteen roadworks along a stretch of the Karoon to hallway two kilometers east of Wanaka were completed shortly afterwards. A lodge gray suitcase was started on the road saw it appeared as though it had fallen off a passing truck sun blazed stained and dirty from having bane exposed to the elements for an extended period of time the lawns brand suitcase caught the attention of multiple highway travelers with one stopping to investigate the gay upon partially emptying the bag behind Bush and realizing it contained soil children's clothing infested with insects. They disregarded the font and dragged the bag back to the road saw on Tuesday July. Fourteen two thousand fifteen a motorist traveling traveling down the hallway pulled over to relieve himself as he made his way into the thick bushland framing the saw the road he noticed an array of dirty into a children's clothing strewn under a patch of trees in front was the abandoned suitcase he crashed down to on zip the a case and rummaged through its contents himself noticing a small human Joel Bag

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Holiday Inn to stop using mini plastic toiletries to help save the oceans

KQED Radio Show

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Holiday Inn to stop using mini plastic toiletries to help save the oceans

"A major international hotel chain says it switching the ball sized amenities to replace plastic waste embarrassed Wanaka kisses reports from London companies are joining the fight to keep plastic waste from destroying the world's oceans holiday in an inter continental hotels will remove miniature bottles of shampoos and other toiletries from its guestrooms over the next two years Keith bar the CEO of the Britain based intercontinental hotels group says the goal is to reduce usage of disposable plastic the company uses more than two hundred million miniature toiletries every year and it's fifty six hundred hotels plastic waste is destroying the world sees killing whales and strangling endangered sea turtles the World Economic Forum has predicted that by twenty fifty there could be more plastic than fish in the sea consumer concern has prompted companies like the cosmetics giant Laurie out to switch to re usable packaging Joanna could kisses NPR news

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"wanaka" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"wanaka" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Six thirty nine the traffic red alert, and I seventy five in Marietta update, less than three minutes. Midtown temperature. Now, sixty five now that they filed suit we are learning. New details about the seventy party guests arrested in Carter's over less than an ounce of pot. So far beyond sloppy police work in so unconstitutional. The lawsuit for sixty four Carter's Bill partygoers says after a warrantless house search they were strip searched at jail threatened with tasers or put into empty padded cells for complaining some lost jobs in military. Careers. Attorney Gerry Weber says it's worth asking would this have happened. If this was a party in a fancy neighborhood in Roswell. No, of course, it wouldn't have the suit seeks damages and to make sure policy is clear that this is not happen. Again. We're clients what we're seeking indication for Wanaka waters. WSB he thought he was getting a call from his sister. But a metro Atlanta man says when he answered the phone the guy on the other line claimed to be his sister's kidnapper demanding nine hundred dollars. Yes, exactly. The fact that it was a call from my sister's phone, Josh doughty tells channel two action news, he hung up and discovered. It was a hoax. He thinks the pranksters used cloning technology to try the scam. Georgia Tech's basketball program faces allegations of serious recruiting violations journal constitution reports the allegations do not include head coach. Josh passenger. But they do center around one of his former assistance in one of his former friends in November two thousand sixteen assisted Daryl a berry took a recruit and detect player to a strip club, which allegedly was paid for by former yellow jacket star, Jared, Jack, the other involves two players getting fourteen hundred bucks worth of benefits from pastors buddy. Ron bell tech put librarian leave the players were suspended. So it's not clear what sanctions they'll face. Now. The school is expected to address the matter today. Jay, black WSB WSB news time, six forty one as this weekend with the biggest celebrations to the countries.

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"wanaka" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"wanaka" Discussed on WSB-AM

"We'll track that down six oh nine. I temperature's fifty seven Atlanta police are fed up with revolving door Justice continue to let these people out again, and again, Fulton counties chief judge responded county superior court chief judge Robert McBurney says judges to get frustrated seeing repeat offenders just like police public prosecutors, but when it comes to granting bail, which the law encourages he tells me magistrates don't know what they don't know. They will tell you is we aren't given full information. We didn't know that the person had thirteen cycles three convictions because we didn't have that person's criminal history. Mcburney says ensuring Georgia's criminal database is up to date would be a major step in the right direction for Wanaka waters, WSB dubbed, eight the status of Atlanta based rapper Twenty-one savages lawyers argue his detention is unnecessary. We told you ice agents arrested him at the Atlanta airport claiming he's overstayed is his attorneys say he's applied for a new visa and has no flight risk. He's up for. Grammys this coming Sunday, Twenty-one savage arrived in the US in two thousand five when he was twelve just as parents predicted construction of the spout springs bridge over eighty five delays school buses and carpools now using highly one twenty four twenty four was chaotic at best, but this is just a whole 'nother level this Gwinnett man tells channel two action news his kids are stuck on the bus and extra forty five minutes in the afternoons. The bridge work will take six months supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, makes her first public appearance since her cancer surgery in December. She attended a tribute concert in DC as she recuperates at home. President Trump has been openly discussing possible nominees to replace her. The son of the five year old Justice says she is walking a mile a day and working out with her trainer. But she is not expected at tonight's state of the union WBZ news time, six eleven minutes after six o clock activity starts to resume to normal as.

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Steelers' Antonio Brown requests trade

John Jastremski

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Steelers' Antonio Brown requests trade

"The day to day operation? Coaching in a city, like New York. I just think it's something you have to think about. Now this coming from Tom Pella, Sarah who I believe is coming out with Jodi, correct? Four thirty. Mike McCarthy decline. The cardinals advances recently. Not a sign though that he's decided to take a year off looking for the right opportunity. So is it telling that McCarthy sitting down with the jets not sitting down with the corals sea? Mccarthy's preference? Cleveland? The jets. What my choice, it's Cleveland. Thanks, better gel GM. Both teams have young appealing quarterbacks as he's like Baker Mayfield. Switch bar said the Asbury park to white. He joins us on a foul. Yeah. So much talk about you mentioned, my guy AB me about a trade my mouth hit the floor. Well, that's coming from lockenfora. And remember, it'd be very complicated with the salary cap to try to make that happen. But obviously you have a situation of Pittsburgh right now. That's very very six no denying that. It's very toxic. If you're dolphins quarterback. You snakes Daniel Jones up in the first round to quarterback. I'm not sure what I think of him as far as a fit for the Miami Dolphins. I think Dwayne Haskins a little bit more out of Ohio State. It's weird Dwight I don't look at this crop of quarterbacks and look at any of these guys and say, wow, he's a home run. Now. We'll find out I think a couple of these guys will definitely be I quarterbacks, but I don't have the same conviction that I had with Donald that. I had with Rosen. Baker mayfield. What what about that guy told you about then overnight Trevor Lawrence, you you're going to have to wait a couple you gotta wait a couple years for Trevor Lawrence. He's not coming out for another two years. He's a he's a cheater true freshman true freshman quarterback true freshman icon. So that means he got to play all the next year and the following year before he's even on your board. So you're gonna watch a lot more Lawrence in the college game before you even dreaming about the idea implanted. Dolphin giant or any NFL uniform? I like him. No. And somebody tweeted out Trevor Lawrence was eligible to come out immediately. He would be the number one taking a draft. That's just said to south Plainfield Mike joins us on the fan. JJ how you doing today? Mike, what is that bad happy new year? Hey, I wanted to go over I've been looking at all the two thousand nineteen traps. And I know it's going to change a hundred times. But who would he's guy saying that the giants got to pick? Rashawn Gary from Michigan. And they're saying in their their little blurbs saying that he didn't live up to his expectations there. But you gotta take the number six pick. Yeah. That would be a ball choice staff. That'd be a ball choice defensive line talent. Is something the giants desperately need. I don't know about you. I long for the days when the giants will running out, the why of human euro talk stray ahead key Wanaka that was always a strength in the giants. Super Bowl teams L. Let's be honest. It hasn't been a strength over the last couple of years. So I have all for the idea of bringing in legitimate pass rushers to this team. Now, you're always going to have an issue with a guy that you hear has an issue regarding his motor anytime you hear about that motivation. It was one or two ways you get warrants that we heard that about warrants that he had a hall of fame career here. Hear about guys like Jordan Phillips e- ends up being told. Uh-huh. Bus. So I'm always leery of that some guys figure out that extra gear or the guys do not and one thing to consider what the giants they move on from VA Vernon 'cause you make it a ton of money. And if you move on from Vernon that means you need to get out one. But guys who are gonna compliment what you have in quarter as far as being able to rush the passer. You gotta get to the quarterback period. It's not rocket science. As LSU just takes another sack. I mean central four it's going to play a fumble the ball. Now, he was done. Mike goodness. My goodness. Central florida. It's gone to play. You always wonder what these SEC teams undefeated JJ undefeated for two years in a row, you're not going to go down easy fail. But when a team out of the SEC wants to compete and it's a flag here on central forest. Well, she's going to pick up the first down when he's teams in the SEC wanna play look at Auburn and Purdue. A lot of people thought Purdue is a very trendy pick game was in Indianapolis offered didn't play great down the stretch over wanted to play. They destroyed that's something to watch with George in Texas tonight. Georgia wanna play. I don't know. Don't know the tau levels always going to be better on the SEC. Always when push comes to shove, the SEC's usually gonna rain spring. But so far, it's not a good start. And even with backup quarterback, central Florida. Looking good. The New Jersey Anthony up next on the fan. What's up? Listen, I've been a a giant season ticket holder for fifty years and this coach that they got now it's going to be the same thing next year. We're gonna have another losing season and before they get rid of him. And he he didn't show me anything they didn't even try to play the rookie quarterback. You know what he has one game? The last game of the season. Maybe make a bold move to something different. This guy's a loser. Listen right now, the record is not pretty for Pat Shurmur. Here's the one

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"wanaka" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"wanaka" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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"wanaka" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

GeekWire - Geared Up

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up

"I think they still look at Forbes or have an impost, although having imposed has kind of changed things recently, but they look at a news site that runs a contributor model and think this information's been vetted. And I feel like that is sort of wanted the flaws in the media landscape right now because you can publish something that has not been vetted or that that contains a lot of inaccuracies and readers will see that and dentistry. Those inaccuracies and say, will you can't trust the media? And I know at certain outlets though, put like little disclaimers at the bottom, whether that's helpful or not is hard to say, but each outlet that does the contributor model, does it a little differently. But yeah, I think when Wanaka Zing is true is that like you don't really necessarily know as a reader that maybe this person isn't exactly a staff writer. So obviously this guy was an outlier. His us don't represent Forbes, but I thought it was interesting that even though this was an off the wall idea, most people did not agree with it. It kind of. Got me thinking at least and got a lot of people talking about libraries in the place that they have in society. Another podcast that I listen to you recently did an episode about libraries and one listener phoned in and said, you know, I work at a library believe it was in in Nashville, Tennessee, and the majority of what she did was help homeless people or people who are in poverty access the internet and apply for jobs and things like that. So you know to this contributors point when you can go on to net flicks or a kindle and get almost any material at your fingertips. Libraries are becoming almost a service a place for people to go for classes, a place for groups to get together. Those interesting way that tech is changing this kind of American institution yet. And that's kind of why I'm a a bit dismissive of this article is because it doesn't include any real exploration of the fact that to use Amazon bookstore or a Starbucks. It costs money and libraries are free. And if you took that away. Way, then they people disproportionately affected would be low income people who use libraries to improve their lives to access services to get on the internet and apply for jobs and have a community place and attend events. And if you're not even going to include a line about that, then I don't think you can put a lot of stock in the idea. Yeah. Do you know? It's interesting reminds me of another kind of American government run institution. Amazon's been butting heads with the postal service, another relatively low cost public service that Amazon has kind of been taking on with its own service. I don't know if Amazon really is butting heads with the postal service. I feel like the president is creating drama between Amazon and USPS. I haven't really seen a lot of like either of those institutions actually comment on, but President Trump has been tweeting for months about how Amazon's ripping the USPS off and that we need to negotiate better rates. And he actually opened an inquiry into USPS relationship with. With with retailers and package delivery, but what seems to escape him as that package delivery is actually one of the few things that's helping USPS's financial woes. The the service is in a lot of trouble because people don't send very much regular mail anymore, like postcards and letters, but they are sending a lot more packages and that's helping to offset some of the losses. That's so interesting. So I thought that that was kind of a long standing disagreement between Amazon USPS. So another good lesson on checking sources already. So from one Seattle area technology giant to the next we're going to start talking next about Microsoft and this really cool student competition that they do every year. But first we're gonna take a quick break. We'll be right back on the weekend. The ski where podcast is brought to you by Permira.

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"wanaka" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Questions about alleged money laundering fuel smuggling organized crime and the sale of Maltese passports which allow free movement through the EU she combed through. The leaked law firm records known as the Panama papers and found offshore wealth. Tied to the Maltese prime minister's inner circle they wanted to. Shut her Korean Valla is Cut one. Galicia's sister she Oviously spoke to the power Fastballs threatening to, people in power three men, who allegedly planted the bomb detonated it or awaiting, trial but, there's no word. On who ordered cut wanna glitziest murder and a Gomez. A Portuguese member of the European parliament is growing impatient we are. Very concerned now, that the investigation will just die down so to say. I catch Gomez on her most recent, visit to, Malta she throws up her hands and says prime minister Joseph Muscat has not been, cooperative dismissed concerns with the argument that yet one election he would do whatever he, decided that's because we don't believe that. An election cleanness what are very serious accusations of corruption the prime, minister's spokesman did not respond to NPR's requests for comment but Muscat has said in the past that he's doing everything possible to solve the murder and will resign. If he's found to be corrupt More than half of the country supports, muskat especially working class voters, like grace apart the economy has gone a lot, better the, people are failing. It a part is pouring Maltese fears have a campaign. She runs in the harbor town of kospi qua- she praises muskat. For cutting electricity, rates and making improvements to her neighborhood our prime minister. Does does that everybody is important and, therefore everybody, Daphne cut on wanna glitzier she says bad mouth the country I didn't treat all, she said she harassed a lot of people wanna glitzy as investigations into allegations of, corruption and her biting commentaries about the. Personal lives of politicians drove the new cycle here they also prompted. Dozens of libel lawsuits as well as death threats her house was set on fire her dog's throat was slit just days before she died Died she worried about. How this abuse would affect other. Whistleblowers my biggest concern is because people see what happens Afraid of consequences that audio comes from the Daphne project. A collective of international journalists who are investigating her. Death and continuing her muckraking and one of her longtime. Readers Manuel Leah has started his own investigative blog He stands on the still scorched earth where cuddle. Wanaka Lucia was murdered. Malta a country we produce and thank you so it's a beautiful military country we've done well, for ourselves people have jobs here and everyone wants to come here to enjoy the sun mental enjoy the beautiful. Heritage but underneath that surface is an ugliness.

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"wanaka" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Questions about alleged money laundering fuel smuggling organized crime and the sale of Maltese passports which allow free movement through the EU she comb through. The leaked law firm records known as the Panama papers and found offshore wealth. Tied to the Maltese prime minister's inner circle they wanted to. Shut her Korean Valla is Cut one the. Galicia's sister she Oviously spoke to the power That was threatening to people in power three men, who allegedly planted the bomb and detonated it are awaiting trial but there's no word. On who ordered cuddle on a glitziest murder and a. Gomez a Portuguese member of the European parliament is growing impatient we. Are very concerned, now that the investigation will just die down so to. Say I catch Gomez on her most, recent visit, to Malta she throws up her hands and says prime minister Joseph Muscat has not been cooperative dismissed our concerns with. The argument that yet one election will do whatever, he decided that's 'cause we don't believe. That an election cleanness what are very serious accusations of corruption the, prime minister's spokesman did not respond to NPR's requests for comment but most got has had in the past that he's doing everything possible to solve, the murder, and will resign if he's found to be corrupt More than half of the country, supports muskat especially working class voters like grace apart the economy has gone a lot. Better the people are failing it a part is pouring. Maltese beers have the campaign she runs in the harbor town of. Spit she praises, muskat for cutting electricity rates and making improvements to her. Neighborhood our prime minister does not everybody, is important, and is dead for everybody Daphne kinda wanna glitzier she says bad mouth the country I couldn't treat all she said. She Harrison of people glitzy as investigations into allegations, of corruption and her biting commentaries about. The personal lives of politicians drove the new cycle here they also, prompted dozens of libel lawsuits as well as death threats her house was set on fire her dog's throat was slit just days before she died Died she worried about. How this abuse would affect other. Whistle blowers my concern is because people see what happens And Afraid of consequences that audio comes from the Daphne, project a collective of international journalists who are investigating her death and continuing her muckraking and one of her longtime readers Manuel the Lia has started his own investigative blog He stands on the still scorched earth. Where cut Wanaka Lucia. Was murdered Malta country we produce and thank you so it's. A beautiful military country we've done well, for ourselves people have jobs here and everyone wants to come here to enjoy the sun mental enjoy the beautiful heritage but underneath that surface is an ugliness is.

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"wanaka" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on Revision Path

"Now for this week's interview we're talking to oboe oboe obi a graphic designer currently in poplar moose mauritius let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do so my name is old foe that's oh f o of taking precise and the need graphic designer at ao you education in mauritius yeah that's pretty much me told me about ill you so aliou education is a university that was started about me years ago with a really really bold vision night it's video daesh as we want to really change this narrative of africa abbas brand of africa to education i mean it's not finding the resources it's not pumping money into africa it's changing the people anyone who educate billions of leaders by twenty fifty and so the bold michelle aliens to plans campuses today five campuses across the next fifty years are throughout africa whether it's who accredited investors or i've always just as a way to provide education more accessible way to people on the continent's and also ensure that we are really reaching that goal of changing their future also coincidence that sounds amazing and it's right there in mauritius is that right it did not start in mauritius so there's actually a story behind this so we're talking any about knowing about designing in johannesburg in end found that his name is fritz wanaka coming from completely different background in insulting houston and mckinsey for a long time launched in l a which is african media dishes academy in johannesburg and it's a high school with ethan emission that's about it's actually the just celebrated at ten year anniversary and that inspired him to continue the mission and so he launched the first university in mauritius which has if i'm not wrong about two hundred students by now and a second campus has also been launched in rwanda and we're looking at building a new hub in in kenya which will not be an accredited university bites a center or a.

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"wanaka" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on AP News

"Health organization is sending experimental vaccine to treat them the u n health agency says hungarian officials ask for help last week after a scientist working in a normally secure laboratory had an accidental exposure to a bola the who said it helps to get the scientists immunized with an experimental vaccine it also helps send to unlicensed drugs the scientists was immediately isolated in a budapest hospital and the risk of a bowl of spreading to another person is negligible they say it noted that he didn't have any symptoms ebola typically has a fatality rate of about fifty percent the actor who played dr evils small silent sidekick mini me in the austin powers movie franchise has died verne troyer was forty nine a statement provided by traders representatives that was also posted to his instagram and facebook accounts said the actor died saturday no cause of death was given the statement describes troyer as a fighter who was unable to overcome a recent bout of adversity then it goes on to discuss depression and suicide the statement said troyer was baptized surrounded by his family during his recent struggles no place of death was given but he lived in los angeles the search is on for any relatives of a soldier who's world war one serviceman with found in new jersey police in wanaka new jersey say man found the metal with a metal detector the inscription on the back says it was presented to daniel battaglia who lived in the town in nineteen forty two he was born in black diamond washington on may fifth eighteen ninety some veterans tell police they believe battaglia was a bachelor who never had any children police are hoping to return the metal to any of his relatives i'm all about low prices but dammit cheap way of course i had this weird best value.

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"wanaka" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on AP News

"The pilot programs being launched dozens of stores workers can wear solid colored blue jeans instead of khaki colored or black denim pants they also wear a solid colored shirt of their choosing instead of solid blue or white shirts there's no end date for the test the pilot program will continue until the company feels it's gathered enough information julian lennon says he hopes to lay the foundation for a whole new crop of environmentalists but i'll have to wait a decade or two before they bloom the firstborn son of the late john lennon is the co author of heal the earth the second in his picture book series teaching kids as young as three ways to help the planet the latest book follows a group of children as they fly across the globe learning to protect coral reefs and planting gardens in cities and trees in the rainforest lennon says he just wants to start a conversation about the environment each book in the series it's time to come out a year apart on earth day an animated series based on the books is in development earth day is sunday the search is on for any relatives of a soldier who's world war one service medal was found in new jersey police in wanaka new jersey say amand found the metal with a metal detector the inscription on the back says it was presented to daniel battaglia who he say say a man found the metal with a metal detector the inscription on the back says it was presented to daniel battaglia who lived in the town in nineteen forty two he was born in black diamond washington on may fifth eighteen ninety some veterans tell police they believe battaglia was a bachelor who never had any children police are hoping to return the metal to any of his relatives the total wine and more it's much more than a wine store it's the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about total wine and more they get a little carried away we're just a big friendly place run.

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"wanaka" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The same networks that are criticizing cambridge but he was praised in two thousand eight praise to some degree in two thousand twelve four being able to microtarget people on social media platforms using similar algorithms to that which cambridge analytica is now being forced to testify under oath where you have mark zuckerberg being forced to testify before congress and that's not to say that there are not real questions about digital privacy that should be answered by congress chiefly whether you know whether social media platform should be treated like utilities or whether they should be treated like a content generators like media companies but the the the hypocrisy of some of these media networks who were falling over themselves to fawn over barack obama's digital mastery of the world in two thousand eight our now so appalled about cambridgeshire wanaka but there are some other iniquities that come to light had carol davidson who we've discussed before she's the former top media director at the obama for america she said that the obama campaign mind millions of people's information for facebook in that when learning of it facebook expressed surprise at the ease with which they were able to quote unquote suck out the whole social graph but she also pointed out that the firm never tried to stop them when they realized what was happening actually even said that they made an exception for them so if they were making an exception for one and not the other how is it then later on we can look back at this and retroactively say well it's always been there anyway it clearly has not necessarily always been there anyway if the company itself acknowledges that they were only willing to let the obama people do that which they would not let others afterwards.

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"wanaka" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The back for wanaka waters wsb breaking news i i this is w sp twenty four hour continuing news wanted to camp candy city is making changes to last call in an effort to cut down on crime brookhaven bars will close at two instead of three in the morning brookhaven police say they were called to more than eight hundred incidents at bars over a seven month period last year sixty eight percent of the calls came between midnight and six am the brookhaven city council may changes to the alcohol ordinance after getting crime statistics from police brookhaven bar owners are concerned the changes will hurt their bottom line and that change goes into effect on tuesday mary ellen hopkins wsb police file aggravated assault charges against an employee of on the border on pleasant hill road forty four year old casually ingram who worked at the restaurant in duluth for ten years is accused of stabbing his former boss in the neck after the suspect was fired ingram surrendered to police after the attack the victim was hospitalized with his injuries are not life threatening the ab second masters is in the books at augusta national patrick redid not tear this place up like he did in the first three rounds but he did not have to read once his first major championship with a final round seventy one to finish fifteen hundred four he makes a clutch four foot aroma last hole for poor to win he holds off ricky fowler by one shot and eight near historic final round charged by jordan's beef who comes up to shot shy reached college golf was played at augusta state and helped them win two national championships but a green jacket here is much much bigger deal he becomes the fourth straight first time major winner at the masters in augusta jay black wsb and denver the brave shutout the rockies four to nothing atlanta plays the nationals in washington tonight aaa norfolk over gwinnett three to one nba from boston hawks down the celtics one twelve to one oh six in case you missed it over the weekend the atlanta united shutout l afc five nil at mercedes benz stadium wsb news time is four four you can depend on wsb when there's breaking news first and accurate and from the voices you trust twenty four hours on news.

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"wanaka" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Much traffic on our social media from sunday actually i would say even going back to saturday because of championship games in and cover shapy chip games in college football through the early reveal of the rankings on sunday tributo levels forgot in my breed i thought they were going to be revealed on tuesday it wasn't july saw a tweet that i realize 'oh i better joe the tv and watch so that you had the whole alabama ohio state controversy and then through that we were into week 13 in the nfl the bulk of it non stop conversation everything from eu i getting veg to jimmy garoppolo on the field to the afc west stinking to the vikings the patriots extending their win streak to the faith taking over the sole possession of the nfc south to it's high in the afc south i mean so many different story lines coming out of just your average sunday in the nfl at wanaka normal because there is no such thing as normal really when it comes to the nfl but now monday culminating with monday and the firings in new york and ally is the starter again and the grog one game suspension and all of the conversation surrounding that with the patriots including tom brady by the way i'm gonna let you hear what brady had to say pregame of monday night football tim gray was not having any of brady's bill bellichik speak jim gray's you know we'll go after the answer and he just kept prodding brady and finally after their five or six minute conversation where brady i don't know if he was exasperated that might be too strong a word where you could tell that he was not thrilled with ally they're questioning finally asked the question about football and pittsburgh in the fact that the steelers have a chance to tie the patriots record on monday night and get this pregame and to home quips oh what you want to talk about football dow get so as you well let you hear what brady had to say coming up here to second actually tweeted one of.

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"wanaka" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Made a mistake molly the didn't make the mistake he made a choice and i'm so sick of this um uh i don't know uh media speak uh about carefully crafted uh apologies no you know what he'd be the reason why he's upset is he got caught and by made a prediction a while back that with regards the harvey weinstein that's really winter start at all kind of co come tumbling down yeah that that was going to be the tip of the iceberg we're gonna find out what kind of degenerates we have and uh of people in positions of power so no i mean uh i'm glad to see it happened i mean i've worked around women in construction and i've never made any kind of unwanted advances or anything like that just for being a decent person we used to work in uh friday's absolutely is a lot it's funny there's a lot of sex gone are in there but i never saw like no there were there were um uh people that were having relations with one another but i don't ever remember anybody making any kind of inappropriate advances i mean i i just hope we don't get to a point where if a guy is attracted wind the clock back thirty five years ago were if i find the girl attractive and i i would basically tell her you know would would you mind going out maybe for a drinker something or catch a movie i i hope we're not getting to that point society were that that uh pushes a borderline but um yeah it's it's funny i there's a there's a lot of fear out there that there'll be a slippery slope between the weird actions of sti's guys and everyday day by as it look at cgi friday's every this was a the wanaka exeter and newbury newbury lots of people same age everyone's rate raging hormones and there was a lot of dating on on but no would there was a guy that i know of this kind of thing didn't gone in other words just dating and sex and all that doesn't that need to be does it need to be any connection are slippery slope after what matt lauer is accused of let's just bad stuff and really kind of.

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"wanaka" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on WEEI

"Well yeah tennessee playing great football in it's fun to watch your right there tailable wanaka guy it said they are physical and that's you know that's a recipe for success in all in an offense can wear you down and they can run the football and you that is a recipe for success especially later in a season let's head out to the west coast here san francisco forty diners are at the arizona cardinals i know david johnson went down early but i used to prize romney if the the struggles of the cardinals especially in the passing attack now because i'm not i'm not surprised that their quarterback adult i just don't think i think carson palm is he's got an older and he's he just doesn't have that confidence he doesn't feel comfortable he doesn't trust his wide receivers bruce areas talked about his wide receivers in preseason this year i just in the defense is not the same defense that created a bunch of turnovers win todd bowles was there and they were ball and is this is just a different team so you know we we have to bring him back down earth this is not one elite team this has not wanted a better team this game surfaces was gonna win and i'm we'll go ahead and mouses emphasis gonna win this game all the pick of the week variety san francisco knocking off the cardinals in arizona that chargers rodney you know what you're you liked the charges i mean every week iaea liked the charges it's going to happen for that well hasn't happened yet they are at twenty seven thousand seats stop hub center and they're welcome in the philadelphia eagles common off that sixty one yard field goal win over the giants do that chargers finally pick up that w phnom i'm sticking with the philadelphia eagles i looked at them and philip rivers and i always say they have a lot the taliban that they need to stay healthy but they've been lose some close games and it it you know it just comes down to win in at one close game when you win that one close game builds momentum builds confidence and now you feel like in the fourth quarter that you're able to play but the one thing about the charges they keep it tight a keep a close they.

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"wanaka" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"wanaka" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Beating she is taken at the hands of judge saraf singleton who overturned he's in a big anna martinez vetoes and instructed the secretary of state to chapter them another words put them into effect immediately secretary of state has done so they'll these laws are now are these builder now law the build ten of them the governor veto out of her anger her pq her her frustration what is state senate didn't work in her favour so the judge instructed the secretary of state chapter them these are now law so bad week for the governor louisiana had a bad week her off had a bad week not a good week when you spend a lot of time in your job is pio or a spokesperson for the governor's office there may be it is maybe it's the best don't like ten of them maybe there's only six of them anymore i think they all make around a hundred thousand dollars hundred thousand dollars to spill a tale about a hamburger that's right to spin a tale about a hambur how much is she pain her attorney paul kennedy out of taxpayer money to not file the appeal on the vetoed bills how much did hey bill her office which is passed on to taxpayers and he didn't get it done how much ball how much did you how many billable hours did you have for that she asked the judge he asked judge singleton for an extension that's a pretty good gig if you're the attorney it's a pretty good gig if you work for her as they spokesman now you're out in front of the public on all that old burger thing yeah that's why you'll hit kicked college that's why you took the job in the governor's office hit so he can spin a story about hamburgers but there are also spinning about the veto and spin they do michael wanaka spokesman one of several for the governor and they make good though michael on again same quote there's no question the governor veto these bills like we said all along this is the latest example of santa fe politicians wasting time in taxpayer money going to court when they don't get what they want actually michael is exactly the opposite is an example of your boss the governor wasting our taxpayer money wasting our time lack of leadership oh by the way stiff theme five star burgers for.

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