22 Burst results for "Warr"

"warr" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"warr" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Put their hands up by their heads. And they they wiggled them back and forth. Maybe wiggle isn't the right word but you know you've maybe maybe you've seen it. That's how they applaud because it is way more visual. Can you imagine putting on a show and looking out in the theater and seeing just the entire entire audience doing that motion. I mean it's probably you know th the applause that we think of now seeing everybody clap that already must be very visually interesting but then to see everybody with their hands up by their heads waving a back and forth like that they're just twisting their you know their forearm back and forth That must be quite a sight to see a whole group of people doing that. Where were we all right third form of collapse. It is a noun from Fifteen eighty seven. The synonym is gonorrhea. And i shall spell that for you g. o. n. o. r. h. e. a. gonorrhea it's spelled similarly confusingly like the word diarrhea This is often used with the word. The the clap. You don't want the clap. This is from middle french. Clap warr which means boo boo boo boo. I don't remember. B u b o. All right next we have clapboard. Clap board one word. You could say collaborated clobbered clapboard. Probably something else. This is a noun from circa fifteen. Twenty one is archaic a size of board for making staves and wainscoting to a narrow board usually thicker at one edge. Then the other used for citing three. This would be definitely pronounced. Clap board a pair of hinged boards one of which has a slate with data identifying a piece of film and which are banged together in front of a motion picture camera at the start of a take to facilitate editing called also clapper board. I use these almost every time. I go on a video shoot for work. I use one of these. And they're great. Because i also do editing and it has come in very handy. You got the information on the front right now. They got right now. It's just right now later. They won't but right now they have digital clapboards and You know that has other benefits. I've never used one of those. Because i'm not fancy but Yeah yeah you clap it down. So it has a very quick sound and you can use that visually and early for sinking things up And then clapboard is also a transitive verb. I like being the person who does that. The clapper Let's see this is part trans something. I don't know what that means of a believed dutch. Klaff out klaff out. Clap out That is stave. Wood so stave wood is from dutch word. I should probably confirm that. Da's dutch. i don't know why it wouldn't be yes. It is and So that's where it comes from a right. Next is clapped out two words with a hyphen adjective from nineteen forty-six. It is chiefly british. And the synonym is worn out. Two words hyphen. Also the synonym tired. I'm so clapped out. Next is collaborator noun from the fourteenth century. One that collapse as a the tongue of a bell it is clapping against the insides of a bell. It's the clapper and then be a mechanical and there's also a cease stupid be a mechanical device that makes noise especially by the banging of one part against another and then see a person who applauds.

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Caitlin Clark on Chocolate Flavor Through Fermentation

The Academic Minute

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Caitlin Clark on Chocolate Flavor Through Fermentation

"Are you a chocolate lover. Even true chocoholics might not know what their favorite treat has. In common with. Yogurt cheese and wine it's flavors come from fermentation fermentation is the process of improving food through the controlled activity of microbes. The food you know as chocolate starts its life. As the seeds of football shaped fruit farmers scoop out the seeds and pulp into piles or boxes. The seeds are now called. Ca- cow beans they ferment. For about a week before they're dried roasted and crushed with sugar until smooth and ready to eat. Let's go back to that. Fermentation step ca cow from imitation as a multi stage process. The first stage involves east just like the yeast and your beer. Yeast and a fermentation produces alcohol by digesting the sugary pulp around the beans as the pull breaks down. Oxygen sleeps in an oxygen loving bacteria takeover the bacteria generate acidic acid from the alcohol that the produced acetic acid causes biochemical changes as it soaks into the beans and that has a major impact on flavor finally as the acid slowly evaporates and the sugars are all used up. Spore forming organisms begin to grow cows a wild fermentation from his rely on natural microbes in their environment to create unique local flavors. This phenomenon is known as tear warr makers of gourmet small batch chocolate hand select cacao beans based on their distinctive terroir to produce chocolate with an impressive range of flavor nuances for example one bar maybe reminiscent of raspberries. While another has notes of toffee and raisins yet. In both cases the bars contain nothing except cacao beans and sugar these impressive flavor differences are due almost entirely to the power of microbes

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"warr" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"warr" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

"I'm not going too much into it at the moment. But she's of course an active occultist as well and she has discovered for herself to wonderful texts from ancient egypt. Which are called the undo. What well it's one of that. What we call the books of the dead and she has written a book with texts that she assembled herself next to translations of course texts from the undo rapid. And it's lovely. I would almost say grim warr that she has edited here. It's also bookstores enhance. It was published by mandrake from oxford. And this this book even the touch of wonderful and of course the artwork and photos that are reproduced in it. It's just a quite an experience to hold those four hundred pager in your hands right in. I'm gonna tell you much about what is in it because we are going to talk about that at links in just a moment with stay under herself and she's much more apt to tell y'all herself let me just for the moment now as always to read you. A few lines from that book bookend from chapter is called how to descend in the art. Meditation is the best method to actively and consciously work with tianhe dense to gain access to the centuries old knowledge. Meditation should be performed in a quiet room without interruptions for approximately half an hour. A day during meditation. You need to sit on the chair. In posture hands on your upper legs and feet next to each other on the ground. You could also use a footstool to facilitate the better poster. Numerous images and statues can be faro's adopting this poster. This position allows you to concentrate.

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Is Sourdough Bread Better for You?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

05:17 min | 10 months ago

Is Sourdough Bread Better for You?

"A listener row with some questions about sour dough. He says i use homemade whole grain. Sour dough daily. And i'm convinced it has exceptional health benefits but i can't find any nutritional info on it. It seems to me that it has to have probiotics. For instance with so many people stuck at home over the last year bread baking in general and sour dough in particular have seen a big rise in popularity and i think that many people share this listeners conviction that sour dough must somehow be more nutritious than just regular bread but are those beliefs backed up by any science. Sour dough is a traditional method of making bread. That's a bit more time and labor intensive than modern methods. And maybe that's why we assume must also be better for us a lot of bread. These days is made with dried yeast. Which are reanimated when their combined with warm water and then when mixed with flour the reanimated yeast start to digest the sugars in the flour. Releasing carbon dioxide gas and this gas gets trapped in pockets in the dough and causes the dough to rise sour dough bread also uses microorganisms to generate the gas. That makes the bread rise. But in this case lactobacillus bacteria are the ones doing the heavy lifting these bacteria along with some uncultivated or wild yeasts are naturally present in the flower as well as just in the air so to make a sour dough starter. You just combine flour and water and you let it sit loosely covered for several days in a warm room and just let nature do its thing as the bacteria in the flower start to reproduce. They give off carbon dioxide gas and lactic acid. And eventually you end up with a tangy. Bubbly mixture with enough umph to levin a loaf of so sour dough bakers will typically take a lot of this starter out of the batch and then replace it with fresh flour and water because unlike a packet of dried yeast. Which you can store in the fridge for years before using it a sour dough starter is a living breathing colony that requires ongoing care. If you don't periodically add more flour to it the bacteria will run out of food and die and this is how people end up hiring sour dough babysitters when they have to go and extended trips. Bread made with sour dough as opposed to baking. Yeast has a characteristically sour tangy taste. And that's one of its chief attractions. The texture of the bread is also usually a little denser moisture and then yeast rice and bread which adds to its charms and the lactic. Acid acts as a natural preservative. Meaning that sour dough breads. Keep well without a lot of added preservatives because the specific metro organisms present in a sour note depend on the type of flour. That's used and the kind of yeast that happened to be hanging out in your kitchen. Every batch of sour dough has unique personality even a tear warr and one that's constantly evolving and this can be a source of frustration as well as joy if you talk to a sour dough baker about his starter. You'll soon start to get the feeling that they're talking about a member of the family or at least a pet with a variety of quirky traits and preferences. It's not uncommon for bakers to name their sourdot an opera singer friend of mine for example named his brune hildalgo. If you somehow get really lucky and get a really good starter. When that produces a nice springy loaf with the perfect balance of tennis you can get even more neurotic about it or at least so. I'm told seriously really good sour dough. Starters are valuable not like game stop stock or anything but still you divide it and give it as gifts you can even sell it. Case in point was once on a hiking vacation in wyoming and idaho and one day. We had breakfast in a diner. Where the pancakes and the breads were made with a famous one hundred year old sour dough starter that had been continuously cultivated since pioneer days. So obviously we had to buy some of that starter for the rest of the vacation. We carded this stuff. Around in a tupperware container carefully. Keeping it out of drafts and direct sunlight occasionally adding more flour and water to keep it going and somehow we manage to get it all the way home to maryland without leaking out into our luggage. And i'm afraid. I no longer have my hundred-year-old started today but i did keep old jedidiah going for several years before that relationship fizzled out turns out. He was just too needy. In any case. I think you can see why sourdot lovers might assume that sour dough has exceptional health benefits the same way we just know that our poodle or our four year old is smarter than the average ninth. Grader can just feel these things.

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"warr" Discussed on Animanga Nation

Animanga Nation

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"warr" Discussed on Animanga Nation

"You can clap now you can clap now. All right. Well today, we're actually GONNA go ahead and this is actually our first time doing a roundtable session i. Yes, it is. So we on our roundtable sessions we decided we're probably going to touch on just you know one two topics something that's current in the news with anime Manga and You know you guys can follow us on our read page and give us any kind of comments that you kind of agree disagree you know just starting to kind of conversation. We kind of just wanted are connecting with you guys more and you know just starting to build community more. So it is all especially we're all in quarantine now and you know I think anime is kind of it's it's something that a lot of people are using to get through it because the thing is, I, don't know about about you but I. I just started been watching a lot of stuff that haven't done in years because I haven't had time but you know I'm just starting to learn about all this extra crunchy roll stuff and everything. So so yeah, it's I've always been anime fan, but I'm getting even more back into binge-watching so. So. Yeah. We know the nation already knows I'm watching a whole bunch to crab. More or less I have been keeping up with a lot of New, anime, as well as all catching up with the old getting really excited for a new techy tension. anime that's going to be kind of like an old lovie, a of like Tintri at Warren Grimm Warr type thing. Connects to that. So it's like I. I just want them to make a season to start. A season too but Yeah I've been doing a lot of stuff playing a lot of anime games if you guys follow me on Me No, I did upload a clip of the Trinity Seven Mobile Game and it wasn't what I expected. It was very It's like you just kind of like slight or finger across the screen and might collect these dots and then you do an attacking I'm like is really boring. So boring like I expected lie have different versions of the characters. This one will be fire being this one will be water themed but.

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"warr" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"warr" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Well guess what people do when they have an emotional connection from you and they had trust with you. They buy from you. They hire from you. They recommend you. They support you. It become part of your family and most importantly I think of you. They, think of you right and it all goes back to what we just said. At the start of this question, which is first impression right, but that goes such a long way because you don't know even that moment you think you know who that person is. You don't know that person is until you know who that person is right and that's something when we talk about the value of somebody the value someone at. At a fact, they're human being right. The fact is they are human being. We don't know what they have to offer. We don't know what we have them until we ask until we do our research until we invite them to do. X. Y. Z right to be a part of whatever it is that we're doing. I think that that's a magical a magical thing of a building relationships and building business absolutely absolutely. Going off of that because I think you pretty much have started going into kind of what I was thinking for the next question. Because you talk even in your book I mean you have elevate your network by talking a lot about your network. Obviously, that's a key tip right? There into doing that. What more would you share with people as far as when they're looking star elevating their network one? What's the importance of that? Why is it so important and then to Warr some tips to help people alongside of this first impression us to help them be able to start doing that. So I answered the first part right, which is when you buy needed network right essentially, put right, and why should you network well? I attribute one hundred percent of my success at work. I've been able to build. Okay the network I've been able to build in the network that that anybody can build i. think anybody has the power. I didn't I didn't have money to start my building. My network could by the networks I didn't have parents who knew a bunch of people in space that I was trying to go into when I was starting sports I had a bill did all from scratch, and and that has turned into. Making good money that's turned into having ethic experiences that I would've never had if I didn't have these people in my network, and it's led to creating a life of fulfillment. Okay, because relationships are the number one indicator to long term happiness and I don't know about you, but I want to live my life where I make a lot of money I help. A lot of people have a shit ton of fun along the journey. Things. We're talking about a winning light a championship player. I did. It's an MVP life right, but everybody has the power to do that in everybody. Most people would things you ask them what they want..

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"warr" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"warr" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

"Jackson and. I do that I. Know that especially there Mark Jackson high. You know I've been hi. Mark Jackson us. Awesome job. He definitely deserves it. For out here though man scoop. Everybody did what any latest. What's your latest projects? You may be having to come up where they can find those meted up of projects. Within everybody's pandemic shock Jamie Anderson. TIKI barber. A kindle, he'll. Base it on. Senior Writer Dot Com and I guess you could say I'm a writer emeritus still at Basketball Society Work My, which is also in a lot of. Things coming up in the next Marcus over the bubble, happening was TV opportunities and some. Of You. Look out for that as your. Of definitely man and obviously everyone to. Can listen to me. Listen to the podcast on. ONE ANCHOR AS LOSS! Of other podcasts platforms, and you can check me on on social media as well. On twitter at Jay Hicks reports to in its agreement. Josh. School. Always my brother appreciate you. Coming on the podcast by the has more than welcome anytime and hopefully next time will be real stone and. I gotTa make us goofy radio to man I. Definitely got. Shit pursue. McMahon in the meantime we radio DOT COM get a lot of stuff coming away. That Ray everything. If it does not talk to you, so my brother. Take Care Comedy of this love. You bring the Towfighi bring addicting..

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"warr" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"warr" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"Some of it doesn't work some if it does but defy bloods was really good, enjoyed it a lot, and I watched a documentary on shudder called Har Warr which kind of trees the role of African Americans in the genre of horror, which was very interesting, was just kind of through on while doing other things but I found it fascinating. Started from like of nation up through, get out. really kind of opening kind of. Interesting Discussion! But yeah, that's kind of what I watch. I can't remember anything I started after the five bloods I started rewatching apocalypse now for the first time in like ten years kind of made me search, but I never I never finished it, but yeah, but besides that this week was marks week to pick a movie. So mark you WanNa you. WanNa. Introduce yes, so this week. I chose escape from La. For a couple of reasons, one we had spoken about me pathway watching escape from New York in the last episode. So maybe when I went to search that on Amazon I saw that L. A. was there and I was like. That's probably a better movie for the PODCAST because in a slightly Personal Surety isolates movie in theaters because it was. A few months removed from when my parents separated, so my dad was doing that thing where he gets you for the day and goes. Let's go to the movies. I don't know what else to do with you. You're twelve, you know. It's winter whatever it was I. Forget I don't know. Let's go and he was like I. I liked this movie when I was younger. You know is Kurt. Russell was in New York. It's the sequel. Let's go see. We walked out. He was apologizing the whole time search. I promise the other one was better than. I. Let's let you down again. Yes! That was my memory of this movie. I did remember most of it. The two things I did remember going in and we're getting to it. Was the basketball thing the end and the really dumb. Gliders at the end there's several is yes those through things I remember going into the movie the rest of it had no idea. There's a part in the very beginning. That will get into I. Notice and I don't know if you guys notice. It's warned video game side, but when we get to that part of pointed out but yeah, yeah, this was taking eleven twelve year old wherever I was at the time. See this read R. Movie. Theaters sort of like a hey. Sorry, I'm not rounded much SORTA event just being another sad moment. Now this whole podcast, it'd be marred by that story. I laugh about it because it was, it was just funny, the way like he thought that this movie was bad going to be this great epic thing, the first time I've seen another person get excited to take me to see a movie or go to move in and it suck, and just be like hoping I. Don't hate them. Home. This is the first summer seen this, but John Carpenter's escape from La directed by I'll give you one guess who directed it John Carpenter, that's right, co written and produced by Deborah. Kurt Russell. Special mentioned the Debra Hill because She's been getting her..

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"warr" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

The Freedive Cafe Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"warr" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

"Addict short term training effect of the diving response is much better, so I think that the training the police actually much better than dried training. because in my opinion Single I have to be applied at the same time. I think that it's much more effective than just dry up. During dry only stimulate kimmel receptors. HYPOC giant hyper. Yeah, about you. Don't stimulate the trigeminal nerve so I also have some personal experiences with this matter, because for a long time I demanded dry exercises of new walkie. No, no nor Warr Map statics, statics with warm up up nearby different versions of up nearby trading so I did a lot of this stuff. Of course together. We've pulled training, but after some time I decided to give up on any dried training, and you know what I didn't notice any difference, so my conclusion is that this oldest dry exercise didn't make me a better free diver, so the only thing that was really working. Trying to pull? Of course. If you don't have time to train the pool, dry exercises can. Decay and. Can have some benefits, but if you have time to go to the pool, it's much better to go to the pool and train watered and train dry. All these people who are sitting at home listening to this who are still stuck in lockdown quarantine are going crazy on their dry dry out. Nearly disappointed right now. It's better that daffy now. It's better than nothing I. Think what you're saying. Is You know there is to certain extent? Dry Apnea is effective, but you get the real golden response when you combine it with the immersion water. Are there any things that free divers due to slow or reduce the effectiveness of a good diving response and at the same time. What do you think about warm up diving? As a means to die, increase the effectiveness or strength of the diving response. Okay, so I'm a big fan of norm. Warm up diving both in dynamic and an aesthetic as well so when I switch in my study, Maxim Authentic to. Know warm approach. It gave me a dish out for two seconds, or even more so even in static it works, but it works for me, but it may not work for other divers. How other especially the dynamic no warm-up approach is really really effective, and that is one of the things that divers due to. Impaired the diving reflex, because do warm up, and no matter whether it said dry, warm up or wet warmup I, also tested this myself and even a dry and warm up before a dynamic. Decreased my performance significantly, so if you want to have already strong dietary flex, you shouldn't do any kind of warm up. So that is the first thing. Do not do any warm up the second. Very important thing is that your face should be warm and dry so even if you take a shower before entering the pool. If your face sweat, it would between cool cool down quite quickly, and it is very important that your face is warm and dry before you start or maximum, because if he's sworn, the cooling effect of the water would be much stronger because our cold receptors reacts mostly to. Degree and to the speed of cooling down, so it degrades are is the difference in temperature. Between our skiing and water, the stronger will be the stimulation of contraceptives, so even though the water in the pool is usually quite war..

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"warr" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"warr" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"warr" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"warr" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"I I was gonna say being areas that I would I wanted to read sometimes. But when he put it with teal dress. It was not a good look there's her whole photo album. I'm like sorry about that. That's so funny. How old were you? When you did. Right. Red hair after I had my daughter. I don't know why I was like what must have been going through something you cut banks to I might as well, how did you? Imagine dining red and cutting bangs. And I'd be worried. Doozy. That's so by I learned my lesson intense with cutting bangs, but I do I do color my hair bright pink once in a while. Because I think that's pretty yeah. I kind of washes out pretty quick. Yeah. It does. I've got the shampoo. It's I don't know what it's called every going to be asked me damn. So what's your Instagram and tells the website again, and where people can find you? Okay. So my Instagram is at teddy Mellencamp. And then if you want fit tips or things about clean eating you can follow go all in by teddy. And then to go to my website is WWW dot all in by teddy. Duck. Wait, I have questions about eating. What is your take on carbs because I- carbs at breakfast and lunch meat you? Okay. And then I okay up. My lightest today is always dinner. Yeah. For breakfast. I have something like oatmeal or egg whites with slice of Dave's killer bread. We love daisy. And then that lunch I'll have like a Ruge with keen warr, Brown rice and veg. You know, like, I I don't eat a ton of meet me either. I don't eat meat. I I will if I go out to nice restaurant, and I want a piece of steak, but not I'm not like preparing meat. Yeah. Yeah. Same so. Yeah. So I have carbs at breakfast. Lunch, and then dinner is always my lightest meal. So what would you typically have at dinner? And when I always find it so hard because and this is I think for a lot of people that I find nighttime where I get the snacky. Well, the biggest thing for me. I have a lot of soup for dinner. Oh, I know. It sounds crazy. But it's so filling, and it makes you like you don't go to bed like to the point. We feel sickly. I love sue. But like, you feel fulfilled, and I have all these different flavors. I keep them in my freezer, and then I'll be like doing one veggie pureed tonight or do I want the white being whatever is soup. Wastefully fed not being paid, wait. I'm writing a game changer, and I order like week's worth of frozen soups gracefully fed. Wait. That's so I always look for good tubes. Because everything at the grocery store, I feel like is. So jam packed with sodium. No, she makes him as she actually she has lime disease. And so she's created all of these things that don't have sugar don't have high. So like all things that work within the things that she's allowed to eat. And it's delicious it's fresh from the farmer's market. So in can you order it online if she ships nationwide. Yes. Open is soup is like, and it's so easy. And what what would you say is something like if you're having those sweet or salty cravings at night, and you just want something healthy. What do you do? I brush my teeth interest. I tell myself I'm done brushing your teeth. That's yep. Is nobody wants to eat after the brushing teeth. I brush my teeth. Truthfully..

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"warr" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"warr" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Hundred warr EC and ninety two point one FM. And we are back with Julie Ryan, author of angelic attendance did Julie's website. Ask Julie Ryan dot com. Linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. And Julie for the many who are emailing right now wanting to know where to get your book, I assume Amazon dot com has it. Has it when I brace have at Barnes and noble as it. It's it's an audio book digital and also pay package. Cool going into a bookstore. Seen your book on the shelves. Pretty amazing jarreds. Yes. Sometimes sneak around and watch people to see if they grabbed the book and look at it done that yet. But that's a good suggestion. It's cool. That's kind of cool. And then you say want me to sign it for you. Freak out. They do on chapter four the book. It's called twelve phases of transition. What does that mean? That's a configuration that I see angels and deceased loved ones spirits and pets spirits assume different configurations as the person is approaching death. So I can scan somebody anywhere in the world. I don't need to be with them. I'm never with them. Usually unless it's a family member or a loved one, and I can see what phase they're in. And I can't communicate with the person who's dying telepathically, even if they're unable to communicate themselves with their family, and I can tell how close to death. They are do these twelve phases all occur in the death cycle, or when you're alive to in the death cycle when somebody's dying, and they can happen George instantly like in the case of a homicide or suicide or instant death, and they can take days weeks months. Sometimes even years for the person to go through all twelve phases. But everybody goes through all twelve phases. Julie what's your take? Take on huntings. I mean, why are these ghosts or spirits haunting people and things? I believe that we're all surrounded by spirits, twenty four seven all the time. And some of us have our intuitive capabilities. Never remember, we talked about that I raised my vibrational level to the level of spirit. I think some of us are able to perceive spirit and it's scary because it's not something that works that we been educated on or or that we're used to. But then you hear about little children that have imaginary friends oftentimes and people say, oh, Johnny has this little friend. It's you know, imaginary friend, well, Johnny actually has a friend Johnny can actually perceive that friend what I find Georgia's that by the age of about six or seven most little children are starting to have filters put in place where they're they're intuitive capabilities are starting to be tamped down. And what I what I believe is that as we as a culture have. Come more educated and more scientifically prove it to me based we we disregard our intuitive capabilities, and and intuitive information that we receive story years ago, a little girl who used to talk to her parents about her little girl imaginary friend in the parents, those kind of cute until one day that scared the living daylights out of them because the little girl said in helped let's countless say a friend's families name was Ayla. to stand She the said glorious side either of the dying told process. me today Now that this she process died here that she believes involves and angels that kind of took the parents multitudes back a little of bit. deceased family And and they friends said, well, the what spirits do you mean, of deceased sweetie? pets as And wild countless she said we'll other Avis said situations, that she was killed you've here been in miracles buried her bones the information Julie right conveys here. brings peace at a time that seems filled with.

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"warr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"warr" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Warr. It's a laboratory population twenty five. Million that this proves the gun lobby's. Biggest of big lies. The only thing all the way best way this surest way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. So far right ustralian political party sent emissaries to the NRA and the company of a native AUSSIE gun rights group each sawn opportunity in the other what neither the NRA nor the politicians from the one nation party new was that the meet up was orchestrated by investigative journalists from Algiers era and surreptitiously filmed by a man who had operated under deep cover for three years to penetrate, the gun lobby. Peter Charlie is executive producer of Algesiras North American investigative unit based in Washington DC. He's the mastermind of the sting and was behind the two part documentary how to sell a massacre. Peter welcome to low TM. Thank you very much. Let's start with the players. What is the one nation party? And what was their interested in the NRA? The one nation party is a right wing anti-immigration party. That's being gaining. Traction in strata full probably about twenty years. It's embraced by the country folk of strategy reviled by the people in the cities, it's caused a great division within Australia. It's interesting the NRA was an interest in full Ming bones with powerful and wealthy gun proponents in the United States than there was their partners in this expedition for money and collaboration the organization gun rights Australia in the person of kind of nondescript fellow named Roger Muller to the lane.

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02:51 min | 2 years ago

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

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12:00 min | 3 years ago

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"Warr EC and ninety two point one FM. Welcome back. Rush Limbaugh, having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have FOX. H l Mencken from Baltimore, I'm gonna paraphrase once wrote no one ever went broke underestimating, the ignorance of the American voter or the American public, and you know, you've heard variations of that. Nobody ever got broke. Nobody ever went broke thinking the American people are dumb or dumber. It's a bit of a cliche. And I know that it is insulting. But it is exactly what is happening here. Now where did all this stuff? So why do these people believe this? If you want to go back and trace it. I would tell you that you've got gotta go all the way back in this with this generation, the ocasio Cortez, and maybe some years older go back to captain planet. Saturday morning cartoon, Ted Turner, and then the PS resist nonsense, Al Gore stupid movie. Do not doubt me on this. It got an Oscar. It wins Academy Awards. He was a hero. These people grew up believing every lie and distortion that was in that movie, and the environmentalists have been brilliant. They have told people you're gonna die. This earth is in the process of being destroyed not damaged or destroyed. We're already killing the polar bears. They think that you can tell them. No the polar bear popular. Nation is at an all time high. They don't believe you. They seen the pictures Al Gore's movie where there aren't any glaciers anymore for the polar bears to set the polar bears. Habitat is literally noting away. They're dying off his horrible. They really think islands have already been erased by rising sea levels. They're convinced that Miami will not be here in ten years. There's no substitute for experience. And I have been doing this thirty years, and I've been tracking this issue. And I have been tracking the people who believe it, and the people who believe it are getting more strident and stringent in their beliefs. And I know the polling data shows that most Americans don't even care about climate change as a political issue, meaning something on which their vote turns is that stopping these people. Look at the damage. They've already done to our culture. How many of you ever thought that gay marriage would be overwhelmingly accepted inside two years after the big push began in every state in the country. How many of you ever thought that really we would have serious debates on whether men can use a woman's bathroom or a little girls bathroom. I mean, they're creepy. Sneaky, smart creeping up on everybody building up to the resistance and bullying the opposition to this. And so, you know, laughing about it. And trying to joke about it. I've tried that. It is. So deeply inculcated in them as propagandize dot indoctrinated into them that. If we don't take this seriously and swat this down and slap it back. I get so many fever rush. This is the greatest thing that's ever happened. This is the best thing in the world for the Republican party. This green new deal is the greatest thing since Trump's election. It is so stupid and Cortez is so smug spelling out what the Democrats really wanna do to us that this thing has no prayer happening. And it's going to really wake up a bunch of people on the left. I know this is a great example. A lot of people are thinking, there's no way. There's literally no way they're going to get enough people to literally think we can ban airplane travel in ten years. Do not kid yourself. I predict you're gonna end up being shocked at how many people the media at least says support this. You're going to see the first polling data on this. And you're going to be stunned and amazed. You can't believe you're not gonna believe it. I don't know whether the polls are going to be legitimate docked. Or or doctor to not, but it is. It is. Really? Important understand that they're now leading with this. They're not trying to do this stealthily. They're not trying to sneak this stuff in while. Nobody's looking they are making it the identifying characteristics of their party, their belief system their future and their agenda. And the same thing with abortion. They are not holding back on it any longer. They're telling us exactly what it is always been kill babies. And now even after they are born, and you'll notice that there is no effort to make anybody who has come out and stood up for that. There's no push back against them. There's no demand that they resign. There's no public outcry. Our outrage over it that we know of because if there is the media doesn't cover it. Right now, all bunny, route no them is being credited in the media for survive in his scandal. You know, how the media say what a brilliant maneuver? Ralph knol them has made by going invisible. The media is praising Ralph nor them for being able to hide from them. Nobody can hide from the media unless they want to not find somebody. So they're already store route no them gonna survive the black face scandal. Meaning Ralph Northerns going to survive his belief that babies can be wiped out after birth. Nothing's going to happen to the New York state legislators who passed the same law, and I think it's New Mexico. They've got a law now, that's even worse than those two. And all the while all these. Aw, that's never gonna happen rush. You can't stop talking about abortion rush. Nobody's ever. Did it? Getting people to Haley sneak. We're a bunch of God card-carrying religious right coach to counter stop talking about it. But I'm telling you, folks, it's. It's headed in the wrong trajectory. So you never I guarantee you that nobody in this audience. Maybe some of you, maybe, but how many of you actually thought? That you would be alive when a political party in state after state after state advocates for killing babies after they're born on the basis. That's what the mother wanted to do. And you can't tell them what you can or can't do because it's her body. It's Roe versus Wade. And you've got to shut up about how many have you ever thought anybody in a political party would benefit from that? But yet here, we are let me give you another example. Jeff jesus. Jeff bezos. Yeah, he's Amazon, but Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post. Jeff Bezos sent out photos of his genitalia to his mistress. And Donald Trump is being blamed for it. Because the people that have the photos happened to be the National Enquirer in a bit of irony. The guy that runs the inquirer is named pecker saw a guy named pecker has some pecker shots of Jeff Bezos in Jeff Bezos claims that he's being blackmailed and extorted. And the media's now say well, Trump knows pecker pecker knows Trump Trump has a pecker. So therefore Trump is behind what's happening to those. Can you imagine? If that little pinch burger had been caught doing this. You mansion if the great Arthur Schultz, burgers senior, and then the Arthur Schultz burger junior little punch a little pinch. You imagine if they had been caught sending out photos of their genitalia to their mistresses. Well, it's happening and Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post in the media, circling the wagons to defend him, and somehow try to link Donald Trump to this now but science that what does it say about the leadership of Amazon. What does it say about the leadership of the Washington Post that this is what? And these people are all leftists. Emme while we're sitting here whips in every day. We have to listen to what immorality Donald Trump. Is visiting upon America, the ogre gauche, the brute the absolute horribly, rotten behavior oriented Trump, and meanwhile, this stuff is going on what sort of what what sort of man now, we know that that. Carlos danger, the husband of Houma. But we know that he did it. Again, that's part of a Hillary. We know that. Bill Clinton did. Well, I don't think he ever set out photos, but what what sort of person does this what sort of man thinks. That is Jimmy kailua a photo of his genitalia on a phone of his mistress is going to make her swoon do men not realize this doesn't work. Doumen not realize that's not what works if you're trying to make a woman sworn it's the exact opposite. And yet that behavior. Is not being condemned. It's being used to condemn Trump somehow. Before we go to the break. I just got the total change of direction here. But I got a sound bite here of Sheila jackson-lee trying to get something out of Matthew Whitaker. I opened the program telling you how alarium this was how enjoyable this was to watch cookie went out there. And founded it runs about a minute. But it is it's classic. The House Judiciary committee hearing about the special counsel investigation. And again, they're trying to get Whittaker to admit that he's told everybody what's going on. And he thinks Muller socks, and he thinks Muller is a criminal. He thinks this whole thing's not raising there've been asking him every which way from Sunday. You talk to the president about the special counsel. Do you jump to the attorney general? Did you tell Ivanka Trump that you'd think Muller oughta be in jail? Did you do a CNN knowing what was going on at Rogersville all of this stuff? And he's refusing to answer as much of it as he can. And when he came up against Sheila jackson-lee, I don't know how he kept a straight face. You did not have a confirmation hearing. And you have not yet appeared for an oversight hearing. Yes, or no, yes. Or no. Congresswoman, I'm the act. Yes. Or no have you appeared before an oversight hearing in the congress witness will answer the question as asks clues a member has only five minutes. She's she's entitled to it. I will not allow the witness to stall stolen, waste members time may I have my time restored. I think was that four minutes attorney general question is did you have a confirmation hearing. And has it been more than ten years since you've testified.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Last night in his state of the union address. President Trump made this surprise announcement. My budget will ask Democrats and Republicans to make the needed commitment to eliminate the HIV epidemic in the United States within ten years. We have made incredible Skride's incredibly activists heads were spinning in thousand seventeen Trump fired his entire HIV AIDS advisory council and his administration has tried to cut money for HIV AIDS programs in pass budgets NPR, Selena Simmons Duffin has been learning more Selena high high, and we know this is a big problem. We're based in Boston they've reported six new cases of HIV infections from drug injections. Just since November. It's a problem across the country today, health and human services officials spoke with reporters did we learn anything more, right? So. President Trump was pretty brief in his remarks during the state of the union and today, we got some more details from officials from health and human services, Admiral Brett, jer warr was asked about the budget and this administration's history of cutting programs related to HIV, and he said he wouldn't talk specifics since the budget is out yet. But he did say this, very competent. We will have the sufficient resources provided in the twenty twenty budget for us to begin this, very aggressive plan. So certainly to execute on a plan this big it would cost billions of dollars in administration officials sound like they think they can get that now. Well, the part of it apparently is to focus on geographic hotspots across forty eight counties, where this is a, you know, been tough to get rid of what were you can you tell us, right?.

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

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13:55 min | 3 years ago

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"Hundred seventy warr EC and ninety two point one FM. Most. If you no doubt are familiar with my guests. Best known from history channel's Brad Meltzer, decoded course, New York Times bestseller. But now he has uncovered a real life story that is too good to turn into fiction the plots to kill George Washington. And before the break, Brad, you're describing how you were able to piece this little known a chapter from the river revolutionary war together. So you're you you go back to New York the scene of the crime, and I guess you start working with the official documents. So a up pick up where you left off. Yeah. So one of the first things I did and people know me from coded on the history channel and from loss history. One of the things we went looking for loss. History was the missing nine eleven flag that the firefighters raised at ground zero. We were able to find the flag and unveil it in the nine eleven using authenticated over a course of a year. But I got so much credit. Everyone said thank you Brad for finding the flag. And I appreciate that. But the truth was there's no TV show has done a lo-. My name may be in the title. But only a full thinks that the one person show and one of the people who really was one of us amazing as we went along that path was our executive producer a man named Josh Mench. And it Josh was the first person I called when I wanted to dig into this mystery. I said I'd love you to write this book with me research this book with me, and we jumped down the rabbit hole together. And what as I said, New York is the scene of the crime and one of the things about all the files and things there. Again. I I love to see myself as Indiana Jones. But it's not like Indiana Jones. The truth is is that most of the files are online. It's just a no one wants to take the time to read them. And we chose to read them. We took the time to read them. And that was the, you know, if you're going to do a book all about the secret Papa kill George Washington. You gotta find the secret part, and that's the trick. And what cracked it wide open for us? I will tell you is when we were able to find. And again, it was out there. You know, people have seen it. But it was the secret tribunal for the person who they hung who is trying to kill Washington. It was a person who was Hong twenty thousand people watched. But they tried him. And there were witnesses called and in this trial. It it was all done through the New York provincial congress. It wasn't in the open court system. It was all done secretly. So no one saw it. And I remember when Josh found those that's when we knew the case it kinda cracked open. So were you able to put together almost like a a day by day time line of the of the plot? Yeah. No. And that's exactly what you have to do. We know if you put in George Washington into a search engine, good luck. It's like putting in Mary Smith, you know, you're just gonna find too many people. But once you have the data the hanging, and once, you know, that Thomas Hickey is the person. That's hung. Now. You can narrow that down. And then once you have that date, and you have you have witnesses. You can search the records of people that have written letters that day. And then once you have that you can figure out who's in the committee on conspiracies and see what they were riding on that day. And so you really are building time line you're building just like any other investigator. What you're really trying to do is go back. And when you look at the plot to kill Washington. It's amazing to see what they were trying to do because it wasn't Jae. Some said it was kill him that they were going to assassinate Washington. And the plan was is that when the British arrived here in New York that the plan was some people say to assassinate Washington right there. Other people say the goal was to kidnap him and along with that they were going to steal cannons blow up bridges. What was really going to happen at the time is that as the British invaded. They were the they had paid off all these people in our military. And when the sign was given. All the men in our own military and George Washington's private bodyguards. We're going to switch sides, turn the tables, and everyone and do all these various disastrous act and some as I said, we're gonna kill Washington and fascinating right there, something to hang them or we were able to find out and talking to at Washington experts is we realize that if you were kidnapped at a low level, they would trade you back. So they kidnap you they say, you know, what you got one of our soldiers while trade your for your guy and trade back George Washington's level. There was no trade at the high level that he was out. There was only one thing they really did with you. And they brought you back, and they you because that was the only thing to do with you. They will make an example of you. And so either way George walking life was in danger. So we knew that this was a disaster of immense proportions. And I think for me one of the things that I love most is when you look at this moment. In time. To see what George Washington was doing is what's going on. Because as I mentioned, George Washington wasn't perfect. We love to see him as perfect, but he wasn't and in the first big battle as the battle of Brooklyn begins the first big battle of the war when the British invade George Washington. Isn't that the main man George Washington gets his butt kicked? Yes. He get how general by the generals. He doesn't have the experience of the British generals. And what's amazing happens at the time is these pinned down, and he's got the British in front of him. He's got the East River behind them. It's a total disaster at this moment. And it's a moment where he can easily beat his chest and say, you know, what I'm gonna take out as many of them as I can we're gonna go out in a blaze, Gloria, I'm going to show everyone out macho I am. But there's nothing macho masculine about that. That's just being stupid, George Washington at that moment. Instead does the best thing. He always does. He adapt any improvises. And what he does in that moment is he plans a. Daring escape in the middle of the night. And he commandeer all the boats along the East River, and they grab every both that Cam. And in the middle of the night. When no one's watching one by one he slowly has his men get aboard the boats. But here's the key moment is he won't get on any of the boats until all of his men, even the lowest ranking ones are on the boat and safely away. I and his men see at George Washington is willing to risk his life for their own. And not that I'm not that's the magical moment where the United States is made. But you know, there are plenty of reformed plenty out there. But to me that is one of those moments where we come together as a culture as a country, and you know, there was no United States back, then George Washington helped build it, and he helped build it with decency and humility and with character and why looking out for other people. I, you know, leadership isn't about being in charged about taking care of. Those in your charge. And so I I appreciate that you get to see in the first conspiracy. When you read the book you see the plot against George Washington. I'm just as excited that you get to see the death of George Washington's character, why did the British find it so easy to turn not only American soldiers. But even his personal guards to their side. Yeah. Another great question. You know, one of the things that was happening back. Then is it was it wasn't sure we were going to win. And in cases like that. Guess what happens people are very more likely to switch. And so what's happening at the time is even in our own military things aren't going. Well, you know, we love to tell the story that you know, we had all these people signed up because they love democracy and they wanted to fight for the glorious caused. No, they didn't they signed up because we paid them to sign up at the time the American caused thirty percent of the people were favor of leaving the king and kings ruling under England, but another thirty percent one of the state and another thirty percent was in different. It was just like today. There's conservative thirty percent is a liberal thirty percent. Is that in different third? We've never we haven't really evolved much when it comes to the politics of this. And what was happening at the time. For thirty percent of Americans. They want it. They were like, you know, what this is a trade deal. We'll just make a better deal with the king. And we'll be fine. We don't need to leave the king and for those who were fighting, you know, young people are fighting because they wanted to join. The course no they were fighting because we paid them old people. Find isn't not wonderful. They signed up to fight. No they've fighting because we're paying them. And when we couldn't afford to pay them guess what they're angry. They're mad, and they wanna be paid. And when they see that we don't have gun powder. They're like, oh, no. We may not win it when they see we barely have shoes to give our own troops. They realized wait. We may not win it when they realize we may not win. Guess what? They don't know if they wanna be on the side. 'cause here's the one thing that will always forever. Be true. No one wants to be on the losing team. And once it started looking, you know, there are days where look like the British gonna win after the battle of Brooklyn. You know, it looks like the British. We're gonna win and on those days every day going back and. Forth was a battle for really the soul of of our cause. Because on some days. It looks like we were gonna lose it on those days, the mayor of New York under British rule, the governor of New York under British rule hatched this plot and said go find people who might be susceptible to switching sides, and they just bribed them. And when you find people who aren't being paid, and you find people who are worried they're going to lose and you say to them, listen we come in. We're gonna win and you come to our side, we'll pay you. And we'll take care of you. You're gonna find far more takers than you realize. And that's why people were switching sides is they didn't wanna lose. They want to take the cash and they set themselves up to do just that. And it was Washington and his committee on conspiracies realize that you need to look at an and you need to make sure you're fighting against us how why did the plot fail? I mean, I it seems in retrospect it would have been so easy for one of the lifeguards to get close enough to Washington. To shoot him or to poison him. Or why didn't it succeed? Yeah. Well, you know, it's funny. You say that a one of the great stories that came out of the revolution. At the time. Was that there? They did try to poison George Washington. They said that George Washington loved eating keys of all things. And that someone had poisoned his peas at Francis tavern in New York City, and one of the things they said as they questioned his peas and someone had known, and they threw his piece outside I think animal eight the Ps and the animals died, and that's how they knew it. And it was this amazing young girl who figured it out and through the piece out and there was a children. You know, there was a story that had gone through history was around for a century. You can still see it in reputable history books, and what you'll see in the first conspiracy with completely debunked up that story is complete nonsense. It never happened. It was actually from a children's book that people started taking for real. And thought was real it wasn't real at all. And it would have been as you said so easy for the life. Barger? They were basically living with them. And one of the other people who you'll see in the book gets implicated, and some people think was in on. It is is a woman named Mary Smith who was George Washington's housekeeper who actually lived with him at the time and was taking care of running the house and in the middle of the night. She disappears and to this day. No, one knows what becomes of this woman in the height of this plot as everything is closing him. She's living in running the house which washing lives, and then suddenly she's gone. No one talks about her ever again. And some people say she was in on it. You might have been a prostitute. You might have been in on the cause again. No one knows. But the reason that the pockets for this is where I don't wanna ruin the first conspiracy. But one of the things say 'cause 'cause seeing this is the most amazing moment of the book because the plot to kill George Washington. When you read the first conspiracy is a book, you'll see that it gets foil by it's not by George Washington. It's not. By the committee on conspiracies. It is an ordinary person in the most ordinary of places and really one of the craziest places I should say in the middle of the night happens to be listening on the conversation that he shouldn't be listening in on and over. Here's something that in that moment changes all potentially all of American history. And you see how it all comes together and the most amazing way, and and you can't make something like this up. It is just the way history works at it. Doesn't work in a straight line where everything's obvious and easy history is like mercury it flows and ebbs and moves in the most odd ways. And it captures our attention in a way, you can't take your eyes off of. But when you see how the plot was foiled. That's why we really actually never know what the, you know, in the end of the day, what they were really going to do whether kidnapped or killing them either way, you know, he dies. But is the process does, of course, get foils, but you will never believe. How then it will blow your mind when you see store you've never heard before. I promise you that. What are the what are the things about Washington wasn't you point out with, you know, the battle of Brooklyn a humiliating defeat. But was that he adapted and he never made the same mistake twice..

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04:26 min | 3 years ago

Travis Scott Releases Statement on Cutting Amanda Lepore from 'Astroworld' Cover Art

"I thought I was like, we don't pander in facts. We pandering gossip, which is really the currency of the modern age. What's the word on the street, the word on the street is this amend of the poor. If you remember recently came out with them in warr. I believe it was in the last five years. And in that memoir she alleges that she either had a tryst with Kanye west or a affair with Connie west. Now, both of those words are very loaded. So I'm using one or the other. I don't want to say that it is like confirmed an affair or confirmed just a one off trust, but a lot of reports back in the day were circulating after she came out with this memoir and she was like, yeah, I hooked up with Konia west, blah, blah, blah. Of course, Connie west did not comment on this and the bulk of the news media round. It was insane. Transsexual Amanda. Lepore lying about Kanye west debt it up. But you know, I gotta say the New York, our world, which Connie wants to be a part of so bad. So bad loves Amanda. Lepore they live for me. I was gonna say, like the Konya gays and like the mayoral report fans. Yeah, it's close. It's one flat circle and the people that are. Zest with Amanda Lepore and her, you know, fashion aesthetic and people who like Connie west in the fashion world is literally have lots of people. And so it would make sense to me that they were running or are running in very similar circles. Because once you've gone to so many club nights and art scenes and fashion openings like you start meeting or seeing within, like, you know, New York MAGS, this is what happened in New York this week, ground up start seeing like the same cast of characters on you at this point. Like whether we like it or not is very high, like echelon and celebrity culture nowadays and like the circles they run, but we do. He is. Yeah, that stature. So we have to talk about in like that and it just it's just so you know, who's running around with of course, and it makes on test. If Amanda Lepore is telling the truth. And again, like I don't want to verify alleged rumors, but it was in her memoir and I really don't think that's something someone just makes up. However, I. I was reading some fashion, New Yorker t. on Twitter, which again is all alleged and it's messy bottoms trying to get back at each other for things that happened at the magilla archive like five years ago, but. So people were like, maybe it wasn't Trump is Scott that removed Amanda Lepore from the cover in was KANU west or Kim that asked Connie to remove mandala from the cover. And now do I think that is a reach? Absolutely. And do I believe anything that has to come up with the Kardashians? No. But does that kind of cross a few diagrams? I've been seeing recently just in the general cultural consciousness? Yes. And I can't dock Smith sources, but we won't. But when I think of a, he that alleges some things, yeah, we'll only want to say is, you know, since when is the person who claims to be with celebrity does also celebrity, they're not lying about that was the neat. I was saying, what are you saying right now? It's like respecting in tongues to me. There. Like you're trying not yet suit and I get it but like, jeez, and we're trying to be created statement, took me down. I wasn't expecting well. Yeah. Also, this is no people never end. Yeah, I was going to say, we're going down a dangerous road. We don't need to, but I will say that if you think Amanda Lepore sleeping with Kanye west is the craziest thing you've ever heard, then you've really never been to New York and you'd really never met men that sleep with trans women. So anyways, that is that's how that I also want to kind of talk about. Another interesting celebrity byline. I read this week, so Chloe merits famous for being a meme of about. I know torso in long legs. Falesa game on. He's on the internet or has corrupted my mind. I'm just in a, I bought that just feed information to and they're like, is this car? And I'm like. Yes, I think longer existed than celebrity stratosphere..

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Why A Weaker Yuan Risks Making Trade War a Currency War

Today

03:38 min | 3 years ago

Why A Weaker Yuan Risks Making Trade War a Currency War

"All. Right thank you Edward mortgage from the institute of directors at seven other word with Mohammed Shuqair from Klindworth. Hambros let's talk about. China it has outlined a series of measures in recent days to try to boost the economy is China now hurting from the trade war with the United, States whether it's too early to tell from the, data, essentially the Chinese economy is growing at six, point seven, percent and it will take a few months or even a whole year or two before we start to see the economic. Impact but clearly this is an effort from the Chinese authorities to. Stem some of the trade wars in the tariffs that have been imposed on some of his. Exporters Donald Trump has accused China of, manipulating it's, currency the warr It has been falling over the past few weeks now at its lowest level. Against the US dollar a year is Donald Trump Trump right that China is trying to artificially reduce the value of the u on policymakers have. Two ways of influencing their currency one of. Them is direct which is essentially intervening in. The foreign exchange market to. Influence the. Price and then the other one is indirect which policy makers all over the world do which is through. Monetary policy whether you're. Easing or tightening monetary policy you can influence the direction the currency and and the steps by the Chinese have been leading to a week a currency to, offset some of the trade towers elsewhere in the, world, we are seeing disastrous economic policies in Venezuela, VM has, worn David night that that country could see an inflation rate of one million percent this year is there a risk the. Venezuela's crisis could spill over into the rest of the region as. In fact that's one of the main risks that size the Venezuelan economy has declined by about. Eighteen percent a year in the last, three years, so huge Deterioration and the risk if that spillover to Latin America or even to other emerging economies that will have global consequences okay thank, you I haven't together from climate hampers. Thank you it's twenty seven, minutes past six proponents here with the sport morning work morning Michelle well. Regretted the decision at Arsenal's method Ozil, to retire from international football but also denial of allegations of racism towards, him that's the reaction of the German, Football Association to retirement accompanied by a, statement that he being treated with quote racism and disrespect said that the FBI had wanted him out of the team before the World Cup in, which Germany then failed to qualify for the. Knockout stage this said the result of him appearing in a photograph alongside Turkey's president Edwin and the criticism. That followed that a number of German footballers commented amongst them loose half inch dealer yes he may be, made a role politically statement even though I don't think I first politically interested so I think he was more or less used in. A political Tim realizing taking him as a scapegoat him, it was the whole team performance but of course he's an easy target from Sedav browse for team sky principal at the abuses riders are getting at the tour. De France, from spectators with sky's going Thomas and Chris through now cleared, of, a doping offence occupying the first two places as the race resumes today today suggested that the spitting. And. Other physical abuse against Fremont especially was limited, to just the tour and he certainly doesn't like. It I'm not sure that the like they're football players in Russia I'm sure they're gonna word or two about But it's. Okay to switch on us and on stuff Young staff United mechanics twenty one She hit young girls trying to drive, around fun. Is, intimidating for very very intimidating meanwhile got Thomas says it wouldn't make sense for him and Chris. Room to ride against each other's it could open the. Door for somebody else to win it needs frame by,.

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Controversial Dr. J. Marion Sims statue removed from Central Park

Rush Limbaugh

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Controversial Dr. J. Marion Sims statue removed from Central Park

"In our prayed for a few years a commission studying controversial statues pointed by mayor de blasio recommended the statue be removed from central park here i'm scott pringle for seven ten double the or california the trump administration clashing when it comes to putting national guard troops on the border us customs and border protection officials say california governor jerry brown has rejected the terms of the trump administration's initial request to deploy troops california national guard spokesman says state officials have not rejected anything since brown agreed to deploy four hundred troops as long as there's no involvement with immigration police in westchester searching for a babysitter ever mount vernon toddler was found dead in his family's apartment was the little boy's mom who made the shocking discovery when she got home from work monday evening her two year old unconscious and unresponsive he was pronounced dead at a hospital news four new york says the man who was babysitting told the mom to tell police someone else was watching him then slipped out of the hospital no word yet on how the boy died in autopsies being done i'm sara lee kessler for seven ten w o r and today jury deliberations are beginning in the trial of an upper west side nanny charged with killing two children who were in her care jury deliberations began today in the trial of yolanda ortega slash carbonates allies during closing arguments assistant da stewart's silbert argued ortega plan the murders of leo and lulu krim in twenty twelve while her attorney said she heard voices telling her to kill the children as a result of psychosis and depression anger was also a motive according to prosecutors who claim moore tak was upset with the children's mother for overworking her at least acted morosini seven ten wwl warr pretty chilly just forty six degrees the forecast coming up philsopher here the lynch has left me with tons of inventory that's gonna go it's time for.

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