25 Burst results for "Wasco"

"wasco" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"wasco" Discussed on KOMO

"Eric mock with coma four sister station K two and Portland has more. The Miller wrote fire continues to burn and send up huge plumes of smoke just outside of mopping. High winds are not helping firefighters as they continually try to put out hotspots. Residents and homeowners are also battling the flames alongside firefighters. It is crazy, fire going everywhere, smoke, rose blocked off, people calling in back and forth about their house is burning and just a bunch of crazy stuff. This is Lewis down that we were talking to him at a gas station on highway two 16, about how he and his family and neighbors have had to battle the flames here when a hotspot flared up just a couple hundred feet away from where we were talking. He grabbed a bucket of water from the gas station and ran to put it out. Then fire crews showed up seconds later to make sure it didn't spread. People here know they're in for a long battle with trees continuing to burn long after flames are out and high winds blowing embers. In wasco county, Eric monk, a man has been rushed to the hospital after being pulled from Lake Washington, rescue crews pulled that 25 year old man from the water this afternoon in the area of Lake Washington boulevard at east Jefferson, his injuries are described as critical. And a driver is now hospitalized after they were trapped in their car after driving into a ravine, happened in west Seattle along arch avenue Southwest this morning, rescuers were able to safely remove that person from the vehicle. We visit the Beacon plumbing sports desk at ten 40 minutes past the hour, the Seattle storm taking on the Minnesota lynx were in the fourth quarter right now, and the storm are up 78 to 60. Bill Schwartz says the dogs joined

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Federal Investigation of Hunter Biden Heats Up

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:25 min | 6 months ago

Federal Investigation of Hunter Biden Heats Up

"So you have The Washington Post coming out saying the laptop is true. Miranda divine to her great credit led with the story with the article laptop from hell. The New York Post published it and they lost their Twitter account for even talking about it. And now you're starting to see in mainstream regime media pretty extensive coverage about a an indictment that might be looming because of a very serious and real federal investigation against Hunter Biden. This is CNN play cut 42. Well, Brianna, this is a very real, very substantial investigation of potentially serious federal crimes. We are seeing federal prosecutors in Delaware. Do exactly what you would expect to see federal prosecutors doing this situation. They're talking to witnesses, they're bringing people into the grand jury. They're issuing subpoenas. And I would expect, as Evan reported, they're now gaining steam and they need to make a decision, I think, in the at least intermediate future. In this case has been going on for four years and there is a realistic chance this could result in federal charges. Of course, then we be in unprecedented political territory, not legal territory, but a situation of having potentially the Justice Department prosecuting and trying to imprison the son of the president. And look, it's not like Hunter Biden is being investigated for doing something completely unrelated from his father. It's not like they're investigating Hunter Biden for not paying taxes because he's a sports star for the Lakers or for the New York rangers. Now this is because a business dealings he was doing with his father for his father and because his father who was who he was. The federalist dot com kind of summarizes some of truck grassley's findings, as chuck grassley and Ron Johnson have been on the story for years now and smeared at every single turn by the activist media but turns out they were totally right and completely on the Mark. Meanwhile, the activist press was not, according to the documents obtained by the senators, energy company CEFC, and an official arm of the Chinese government paid, Hunter Biden $100,000 cash further credit to a wasco, hunter's firm. There's no middle man in this transaction. This is a $100,000 wire transfer from what is effectively an arm of the Chinese government directly to Hunter

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"wasco" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"wasco" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"I just felt like. I felt really dedicated to the work. I was doing so. I'm very passionate about most. I've ever had some else passionate about. I'm not one of those who just gets whatever job. No hell no So this was something that. I really love doing this. When i was working with kids and i was the only person who ran my program at one point so i didn't have any staff they promote it just happened. I became site supervisor when they hired me. Just i just ran the after school activities and programs and stuff then To the the program managing staff had left so at one point was three of us. Then those two girls left. And i got a promotion to program manager would know site supervisor so i basically ran the entire program and activities right. So which is a lot of work. So i didn't and i worked remotely so i pretty much everything myself. I worked with worked on a school campus. But my my job was big brothers. Big sisters and their headquarters with some place wells and we all had our own different sites that we worked at. So i was on. I was on the site and watts. It's a while i was there i was and i really was passionate about working with these kids and wasco they. My program was specifically for kids. Who were in kinship. Care foster care had apparent incarcerator had other issues and he ever had to be referred into our program so i had very high needs an highly traumatized children and i was very dedicated to them. And i did not trust anybody else coming in my program and trying to cover for me. 'cause i i met. Everybody knows how to work with kids. The way i did is so. I remember not taking off. I was one time they literally had to tell me you have to go to er dealing with something. And i add to keep you know. Stop working to go take care of it and then come back. And they're like what the fuck is going on. So i finally told someone on the when i worked with on the campus and they were like no. You need to go to your like. I will drive you myself you do. Not what are you doing here and I was like why can't leave. I'll leave after. I'll go after work now like it was like maybe eleven o'clock in the morning and i didn't get off to like six and i was like. Oh i'll go after work like that's over six hours from now you need to the hospital now and finally did it and i was glad i did because it turned out my issue with a lot more serious than i thought and so an catch it before anything. Fatal happened is so Yeah it was that serious so Especially some already anemic. So that made it even worse and so it was so so we you know the work for that person telling me that i could literally died on the job and guess what they would have replacing me any fucking way right covered in any way right so so i think from then on i really opened my eyes like yeah what the fuck it. My doing you know what i mean. It's like somebody else..

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"wasco" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

Never Loved Elvis

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"wasco" Discussed on Never Loved Elvis

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"wasco" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

Chasing Poker Greatness

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"wasco" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness

"Is has like the word needs some help there right. Also you're watching the percentages and like he's like fifty six percent something very close before and he's like an absolute distress and he is like side himself and i think if he saw the percentages wouldn't help at all. If if someone told you you know what fifty six percent of the time you're going to like go on and win the main event and you know with all the millions that comes with that and be the name of the guy and all the everything being the face of it and then forty five percent or four percent of the time. Sorry you're out but you actually second not the worst rather worse right. And so what happens is he. Folds would've won the hand by the way he would have made the flush right and everyone knows that jamie gold fall philosophies why no who paul wasserman okay but like stream made people know people know jamie gold whereas if you're sitting at a poker table let you know casino in los angeles. Most people probably don't know who paul wasco. Paul wasco is a beast even to this day. He's a beast. And i can say like from personal experience. I've played jamie gold. I wish wasco would have called all in there and just because what jamie gold did on camera was not out of the ordinary for him. Like it was like ho boy. Every hand it gets played with taking ten minutes. There is just so much talking. I'm just like dude. Please shut up full hand. But anyway i digress. But i think paul paul wasa i think he even in the moment. I was rooting for paul wasco. But probably all poker players. Were i think watching that final table. Play down yeah well. It's just a fun hand and you can't blame them. You know i mean you can just see the leg magnitude of the decision and the agony in like biggest question. There isn't like paul. Wasco had a very sizable skill advantage. Over jamie gold. I think lee leading to heads up but still. That's like a spot. That's it's very tough to pass up because you don't know if you're going to get anything comparable moving forward just through the nature of like heads up poker right totally totally absolutely so it's a good head. That's a really fun hand watching you do the. It's like my class but it's it's so good and it's like yeah. I i wonder about that and you know all the time. What about far. Far hawk could have just called moneymakers bluff like. There's a lot of these these hands. Where just like sort of the fate of poker like hinged on this one decision or like i actually think though as it relates to the moneymaker far how think somebody would have taken up the baton and poker would have exploded. I think it was just like right on the verge and somebody else could have been moneymaker. Could've done the moneymaker effect but yeah that one was. That's another one that's like. Wow really big deal. That far off folded when moneymaker in that big bluff. Yeah yeah and then you know if you hands. Prior moneymaker got very lucky. Still ivy nine left. Yeah with absolute final table. Bubble was a set of nine in the is queen. Nine something determine a queen and the river got it all in and today's exactly.

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"wasco" Discussed on Cultivating Place

Cultivating Place

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"wasco" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"Than me so be it. That might just be the ceremony meat. We're back now to our conversation with land and social justice advocate and life long activist. Rabbi arthur wasco as we back he shares more about the meaning in the specific rituals associated with the autumn festival of circuit which is celebrated this year from september twentieth to september twenty seventh. The cycle begins in the spring. Passover has is the birth month. it's the birth time fact. I really think that The key moment of the exodus itself that night. The torah says that the israelites had to smear their whole Doorway with the blood of the lamb so ninoy are newborn. Lambs not only is new new sprouting barley but they then walk through a doorway. That is totally bloody well. There is one zero away and only one that every human being moves through. That's bloody and that's the womb the birth womb whereas doorway to wound. Ms bloody and. I think it's a signal of being born anew. New as a people seeking freedom which is always about the burdens new this right in freedom. You never know what's gonna happen exactly next. That's what being born is about. There's never exactly what's going to happen next. So i think it really begins there then. Seven weeks after passover comes the spring harvests In the land of israel when barley is finished growing and you can begin harvesting this spring wheat and then moment of agriculture become is in the tradition the moment of harvesting torah so from birth. You then meet god on sinai you begin with your own identity just being born you grow enough to meet with a capital m to me god so that happens at sugar would then you move through Almost six months it six months between passover so-called and you come to sukhoi which i think is the growing up. The grownup moment it's the moment of fulfillment of maturity and then at the end of so-called. You have the holiday. That's very inward turned. That's not a kind of big blow our of sacrifice or even of the hut but you take down and that holiday i think is the holiday of inward retreat and ultimately death. That's the way in which as you mentioned before the life span and the earth moon sun span really cac. Because according to the harvest is fulfillment the work. You've done for at least the last six months maybe all year to prepare the earth and the plants and the seed and so on. But it's not. Just i think of that festival as the festival seed. What is the festival fruit. Yeah big growing. You know more. She ripe right. There's this little almost invisible see it goes in the earth really becomes invisible. It goes deeper near. You would think oh wife is dead right see. Is there to begin growing again to grow into spring sprout in the spring Showing so there's a. I think if you live in the temperate zone anywhere on earth. That's an resurrection or Revere spiritual life whether You call it that or not. I think they should from sukhoi too. Many et cetera is about fullness seeming death and resurrection yeah and that that dormancy and that inward logistician period of time between death and resurrection is to me and model to us right taught to us by plants. Every every day every year every season you mentioned hey absorbing pagan life so let me tell you a funny story. Okay is funny story. So there's several things. I not the funny part but One of the important rituals of so-called as you hold in your hands three branches of three different trees that grew in the land and still grow in the land of israel a poem branch sort of long and stiff and two wavy branches of other trees. Myrtle and will and thank you. And then your other hand you hold What's called etro g- or in english citron. It's a lemony books. Like someone like a limit tastes a little sweeter than lemon but it's a citrus fruit and you bring your right and your left hands together and you wave these four species in the seven directions.

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"wasco" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"wasco" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And you start to spiritually mentally physically. Prepare about two weeks in advance and then we arrive and you know he's offers what he tells everybody what he's going to do which is basically hold intentions. One is the collective intention for the group coherence resonance in this collective healing and also the protection of the group and then individually as well and he'll work with each person individually for our own challenges which are challenges are always universal. But they're also specific so he's hoping to intentions one is one to one. You know the shaman with you and then the other is for the collective space itself and you know ultimately he's just in a place of receiving entrust like his his maestro is. I wasco tells them what to sing. Tells them what mechanisms to us whether he's gonna use cinnamon or whether he's gonna use tobacco for his specific healings. What's called soap. Lotto's which is where he does like a one to one healing just him and you and how much loss he's going to give you. You know whatever all of these things just come through him in the moment so he doesn't burden himself with a lot of forethought about it. He's just done this for third over thirty years. You actually started drinking when he was eleven. He's fifty five now so he'd been drinking iowa oscar for forty four years serving iowa for thirty years and he just knows now to just trust trust with the medicine is telling him trust what is going to facilitate the most impactful healing and really drive people towards their true purpose A big thank you to squarespace for sponsoring this episode of the d. h. Not that.

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"wasco" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"wasco" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"The only thing is picking it up. I mean a job where you ever text your boss. It's not your fault by texture boss. Hey i think we can get that character guy for one hundred fifty dollars. I don't blame you like a woman by the way always. I'm sorry ten to fifteen an hour. She could draw to one hundred fifty bucks an hour. Why would we. Why when we just have someone who just had one of those. You know those piano players at the bar. We can just drop the money in the jars. Could do that whatever you want now. I'm thinking i have enough in the fun. So what can we do like. Are the fans. Loyal enough could be a human stage or like some are. Some aren't where. I could sit on staying on them for the show or sit on them for the show. You could do that particular. Not really no i would. I'm telling you. I would not mind going glorious bastards on them just locked the door in fucking linked place on the drive others. You could see that for miles that that's the flames. You could smell the skin. Sorry chris i mean it would just be worth it. People ought to be very upset. That's true see people smell like tim. Wriggles on fire trying to climb the fence at aqaba the jump in and save his life but he wouldn't be able to do so. So there's tim reynolds down on. Uh wasco all is not the oh could read you a message distancing himself rules skylight when you read about so the state stages The stage issue stages issue with any other issues. No i learned of some other things. I've got some other things were quirky. But but i don't know. I just thought you know somebody. Driving seven hours to provide food a little quirky but then i found out he was a friend of the ship there. And they're doing you're coming from wasco. Yes that's not seven hours. What does it metal. Wasco the soko. The guy said seven hours. Maybe he's not in motto. Oscar he said seven. Our truck might be slower. Wasco soko is seven. I don't know i would say five. Yeah you're probably right. Wasco the soko five hours and forty minutes. Decent drive the truck You might be right. But i mean but you don't think they're going to be there no they'll be there we're fine. Yeah and i connected them with the drive in for the first time so there was some communication issues. But they're back. What are the other issues. No it was just communication issues. The guy wanted to get in tonight because he's got to cook for twelve hours or something like that. That was never a show tonight. Probably right There's a show tonight. So he probably. She's playing their people. I know people are going to be the main area. What's what what are they show. What is space jam still thing. That's still going on movies. Yeah i'm just tossed out there and take a look here. I like a good driving. You know it's opening weekend is a patrol. Oh i'm michael glorifies police officers. Who how about this tonight at the soko driving The director steven spielberg's film jurassic park. Lou yes nine o'clock to me that's a that's a nice. Take my favorite movie but pairing with the old new channel on channel where they want to see twenty bucks vehicle. It's a steal these sure about that. Wasn't on their voicemail line yesterday. Say august twenty. Yeah august twentieth. Only jurassic park can show ten twenty five pm. Oh actually their voicemail. Didn't say friday night so that's got to be a special show. Anyway it's a great drive into the bridgeton driving. After until and we saw batman in nineteen eighty nine batman. Yes driving sucks mosquitoes. Concession stands all busted up this nice nice job get the guy's name what's his name. Dave boo matt. Matt is right very nice guy big fan so look forward to seeing him the marlin you know and as we show them sitting in the fucking dirt to the show. I just gotta find someone to pick up stage. It's all where's the stage it's Embiid offered to stages right there the ten minutes town to they don't work on the weekends so you have to pick it up by two today and then drop it off on monday. I don't wanna be in debt any because many fans are going to do that and then going feel like i hate that. I predicted this. What said the aggressive said. You wouldn't want it because we have addiction. No you have to ask for help. There's no other recourse. This is a this job is built for macarana. He will do anything anything. Well i mean you know anything if we said the man he's a he's a great guy we said. Hey we need some help but doesn't have a truck or data's wanted to have him help bill. Let's look at dave gets gets a big sour pushes case. No i don't hate carrano. No okay then who else. It's a big ask for. Somebody just said you need help to ask somebody to do this. Big ass yes. Okay matt's a friend of the show is helped the show in the past. He has willing to help personally. There was somebody who wanted to provide a lot of fun that you know. Maybe you're a little harsh on the other day that they could redeem themselves. Well he's. I'm not interested in. I'm just looking for a little redemption. Somebody's going through stuff like you said he's got a schlep six hours. Go on the friday driving from here to maine on friday in the summer suck did not see any question you have no idea where he currently is or is nor do i care. He's above ground. Which frustrates me. So i would say i would say find somebody. This is the sounds coning situation. I'm in i'm in it. I got it ready to go. It's just about finding person. So i had said twelve twelve and that's gonna put it together or whatever. Yeah i'll have to put together. Yeah who god. Their hands guides fun. Justin is fucking bailed on us. Just there's no there's no speech there's nothing worse than texting somebody who was on leave. Can you give me the contact for the cater part of his job. It just is the i. We're leaving them. Otherwise are his short films can be part of this experience not to my knowledge to fuck have. Send them over this crazy. The i mean i'm not being addicted. That's not a lot of effort if he's done the mardi like we need that. Okay i'll ask shot to be gentle with the process. I'm not used to this process will say. Hey we need help here. Are your films ready dave. They're still in the editing process but the original one is still there the. Yeah sure won't have a quantum geek is here not allowed to here on saturday. I think you'll be. I think you're going to be angry. Because i think it's going to be incendiary form. I told you. I'm very disappointed. I think it's going to be. I think you're you're playing the soft so low expectations. I think it's going to be decent. People goes much better than i thought. No i'm not saying. Mike should learn though i'll be honest. I didn't know what you guys did last year. Like them. just reenacting some be scary. How entertaining dave. They're available in a podcast to watch. I'll go back and look at old episodes watch old episodes. I guess we'll do that. And we had a big cats on the video. Casey's send video and kate centipede videotape. Chris did some videos. Who the commercials okay. We did a lot i think. Obviously steve is doing something like that he goes on. Yeah love it you know. He's not sitting there worried about fucking stages we have. We had minority. We did it for two nights. You wanna give somebody. If they're the title is the director of live events you want to give them the trust people. Well yeah that's true. I wanna give them more responsibility. So you've got to trust. That was agree. And i trust milton's the store for men there's summer sales going on presently. All your favorite brands are on. Sale is on their stores. So they are going loans dot com before The best deals.

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"wasco" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"wasco" Discussed on Hard Factor

"Punt the ball number. Two megan fox told arsenio hall on the jimmy. Kimmel show he was guest hosting that she went to quote unquote hell for an eternity after drinking. I- awasa in costa rica. The indigenous ritual involve force vomiting by the group to clear their bodies before tripping on wasco for three straight days and nights sounded pretty cool also very terrifying at the same time. Megan said she went to hell for an eternity all on night. Two of the ceremony thousands thousands a normal week from machine gun kelly. Yeah i mean would you guys do in iowa oscar trip for now for three days you have to vomit your lungs out in front of the rest of the group also also shit. You're shit your guts out you have to. I mean unless the the drug makes you do not know it's supposed to take the drug even before you take the drug they force you to clear your body with like lemongrass like they purge themselves and then they tripping for three straight. What's the frog thing that's become on a first date licking towed. But yeah like it's similar to the gurus make you do the franck thing. I think that lasts slightly last. That's what the porn star guy. Nachod nacho kills making. Yeah yeah yeah the health care one our wasco it does. It's very good for trauma. Yeah she said she was doing it to like as an addition to her therapy on the amount of people nachos made gagging. You would think you thought on something else wrong. Mad any drug is gonna make me trip like is it twelve hour limit on tripping the deal right like anything over twelve hours you need to stay away from it's a to male max But what if you went to hell for an eternity. santa rather you've got to get out of it. I went to hell for a minute. Your house in high school. I wanna go internal bro. It sounds rough as she said it was terrifying because she knew it was eternity but again it lasted one night. Two of the times. Different when you're on a trip man that's true that's true. I shouldn't judge okay. Number one emmy. Nominations are out for the award show. That will air on september twentieth and the mandalorian and the crown. The top two nominated shows wanda vision. And ted lasso marks boy come in after that huge news for tat..

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How to Tackle Tough Conversations at Work with Brendan Wovchko

The EntreLeadership Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

How to Tackle Tough Conversations at Work with Brendan Wovchko

"My guest. today is brian. Wasco brendan is the senior technology officer. Here ramsey solutions he oversees all our product engineering teams and through his career. He's had to have a lot of uncomfortable conversations and he's actually gotten really good at it. He's done it in a way. That's very effective. In fact he's become resident expert with our leadership team on how to do this and he teaches it internally in. It's really good stuff so we said let's bring him on the podcast because we know business leaders everywhere dealing with this issue before we jump into brendan's process i i wanted to ask him about. Why is it so hard as leaders for us to embrace uncomfortable conversations. The hardest part about leadership is you have to lead from a place of giving what you never got. When you're in that position like you just you don't have any instrumentation at all. You know and If you've never been in a situation where somebody has had a healthy conflict with you. It's really hard to know how to it. Yourself re reproduce what is healthy conflict even look like is in most parts of life not just work healthy conflicts. Not we typically another one of the things you've taught us and worked with a lot of our leaders on is really thinking about the come that you want before you just kind of parachute into one of these conversations. You won't have plan for the which we'll talk about in a second. I'm but say more about that. The idea of beginning with the end in mind. Yes so. I mean. I think if you're about to have your first hard conversation with someone you do have to keep the end in mind you know. The end can be one of multiple things but probably the two most obvious conclusions. Are we talk about it. Once it gets fixed were done which is which is kind of a you know. That's the kind of thing that you wanna do. A brain all go that they don't go that way so you know if all you do is walk into every conversation just assuming that it's going to be a one time thing you're probably gonna end up getting yourself in some hot water in the long term

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"wasco" Discussed on Podcast Onion

Podcast Onion

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"wasco" Discussed on Podcast Onion

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"wasco" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"wasco" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"Asked is evolving. It's so much more about healing and getting back to that place. Where who you were before you came to this earth that know before the world's screwed job who was who is that soul is it a is it a laughing soul is in a serious soul is curious soul like who. Who are you really. I feel like we're love. That slowly were supposed to navigate. This very primitive planet to learn to learn things are soul evolves that that so much of the lesson is getting back to loving yourself who you were before you came here and and you have all these wounds to kind of heal and i love that you went through this whole experience and it was. It was in brazil where you spent two weeks. They're studying shamanism and the implant that was ultimately truly healing and i can never pronounce it properly. Wasco a. h. e. a. s. e. scott in the show notes. What was the experience. Like what it does is and i am. They're using it a lot now. The most common people who are actually taking or are in the older age range. Because there's there's there Over sixty and they're they're dealing more with the reality of a looming with death with mortality and the fear of death that we all have it has the ability to kind of eliminate that almost not instantly but It's kind of given. Because there's just something in that experience where you all of a sudden realize everything that you said on a visceral level that we are souls that we are. This is a holographic holographic world. We live in like the matrix. Almost doesn't doesn't make it not real but it. It's not truly where we are where we belong. It's it's a bit of an adventure. it's a bit of a game it's a it's it's it's it's the most Immersive game it's so real. We actually think we can quote unquote guy so real. We think that That we can be separated from people that were not all one. It has.

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"wasco" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"wasco" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

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"wasco" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"wasco" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like you're starting a new life on ly In this situation. You have no control over it. You have no idea what that life is going to be. You're taking away from everything that's familiar. And your life is totally in somebody else's hands. So I'm thinking I'm going straight at a state, right? No, they come pick me up. They take me the Wasco State prison. So Ali doesn't get to Arizona right away. He has a layover at Wasco State Prison in California. Moscow Does one of them towns that you only hear about because they got a prison there, Okay. And Ali says this prison Is actually worse than CMC. And On the first day I was there. They mixed the wrong gang members together that makes the Serena and the North Daniel and so it was. They start fighting and I get the over spray of the sea spray. And that stuff is human Raid. How I describe it Used right though, man, Roscoe sitting myself on fire. Burning up from this pepper spray thinking. How did I get here? Right. How did I get here? How can it get any worse? Three weeks later, Olly finally moves on from Moscow. So finally the bus came at, like midnight. Loaded me on the bus. And way drove all the way to Arizona, listening to country and Western music that was played on the best. I like all kinds of music. But I don't like country and western. You know, my dog died, but my truck broke down. My lady left me just depressing all the way to Arizona..

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"wasco" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"wasco" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Death, and then a kind of rebirth and that's very important where we're where deconstruction is very important. Also to deconstruct, you know the idea that we've been taught to think and imposed, and this is something that's psychedelics can do very well to construct also emotional impersonal things Addictions addiction still think ways of thinking in paradise in things that are important to deconstruct, and then after deconstruction, it's a lot about just insight and. Connecting with this source sort of knowledge. For me personally. Book. It was one of my first major ones I I with Wasco, and I did it a couple times and actually got some really amazing. Insights from it but it wasn't what I was expecting. 'cause. I've heard a lot of people saying, Oh, would I do? I. Go to these other worlds, dragons of this kind of stuff. But I was like I was just in this dark black room for what seemed like years until finally I got one small message, which wasn't even that small was massive for me and my message was let others help you I was so headstrong and and I guess proud or I thought I had to be the strong man and I would never let anyone help me and Iowa which the called the grandmother, and after having done a number of these things I, can see why it's called that because I've also done. What's the other one that they call it like the grandfather I've done that a couple times. No Not Peyote, but it's very similar. So it's like San Pedro Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, and I totally feel the difference. Actually really liked the grandfather one a lot more because as he's a lot nicer. The GRANDMAS, pretty strict and. But for me personally what? I, what what it was, I think looking back on this whole journey for me started about five years ago is I was just so in my mind and so in this world and could not see out of it and couldn't get out of it, and that's why was drinking a lot I think is because I had to find an escape because I was just too. I was trapped in my own mind constantly. And I became worse and worse than depressed and unhappy, and all that kind of stuff because I couldn't get out of it and what I, what I've found for me personally was the psychedelics force you to get out of it, and it's like the shock therapy sort of thing that once you take it whether it's a drink of Iowa. Or some you know in a pill form the the San Pedro. From that point on for the next few hours you have no control over where you're GonNa go and you have to. Sort of like..

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"wasco" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"wasco" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"Hey. Hello. dwayne Drummond. alberigo screw on, dot com good. Morning. Good morning to you and you know what? I'm really disappointed. We actually don't have the same color onto you normally when. We usually end up matching, which is what we I have blue blue lettering look at look at that. So how's it going? Everything is going well for you. You you know what's going on tell us tell the listeners a little bit about your school and you've been how long have you been technically physically open. Yes. So we open back in June, with groups of ten. and. You know we barely even have groups at five. You know what I mean but now we're now restriction is groups of fifty that's from phase four groups of fifty and you know are. Honestly my beginners seven and upper class is on Tuesday Thursday because that's usually the time you know I like last night I. Think there is Eleven or twelve in there. So that's good. Okay and yeah. WASCO class on Monday Wednesday nights is packed We're just jam packed, but I still have half of them are doing virtually to. You know we had. Gosh. Let's see. Q six, eight, ten, twelve, fifteen, sixteen. I. Think We had twenty two people on the flair and on Monday our black class and then Rhino Pablo another another twenty or twenty five on the screen. Interesting. So now on. Are you seeing like a checkup as far as attendance growing in house like you know it started off as only view and now it's growing in your. Slowly. Coming back. You see that. Yeah. I would say you know I only have maybe twenty percent of my twenty five percent of my population coming in now as opposed to ten percents so It's fifty percent if that makes sense. Yeah. Yeah. Totally. Now are they coming back more so because you feel or they said, you heard them say like, Hey, I was a little nervous that per se mom. Just. Write me. Yeah. We'll. We'll be go to genuine with our classes. You know until we feel comfortable you know so. I could see that hesitation right the people are still nervous. Are you seeing that? Are they telling you that you're hearing?.

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"wasco" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"wasco" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"You know and we may have we definitely have listeners that may not even know what like I o Oscar is to I was just GonNa say his. Let's talk about. 'cause I'm on. An eight to pick teams. But this this. I would love your thoughts on this. This does feel like a time now where it is like tribalism where I'm trying to figure out like who's mindset I can feel safe around who so I'm on the human. Team. Yeah There's only one race here the human race. and. The and the more we realized that the more will be compassionate with each other. And we start working in cooperatives as opposed to competition `ISMS. That's actually a word. For so what we know, but what I o Oscar, how would you explain it to my mom? Ohio great question. So I bet she's taken it I. Hope. So so maybe your mom has. She's not one of these lefty weirdoes out in California that. Uses. Max. Right. Creative Mac many moms on a PC google chrome. So, mom this is like a system Def- rag where you just hit the button and then the computer goes. Whatever's you being used? Okay. Let's optimize that. Whatever's not being used. Let's analyze whether this program needs to be sucking your life force energy out of you know maybe you were raped as a kid or your dad yelled at you and nineteen, eighty, two for. Street but those emotions are all harbored inside the gut and then you put you put a protective emotional barrier around you. So, there's levels of. Our dysfunction right and so the WASCO goes in there and goes, Hey, let's look at these programs taking up your life force energy. Do you WANNA forgive this person? You WanNa let go of that? Do you want to maybe you're not even acknowledging it right? We're talking about the the worst of the worst that happens to us and we all have trauma. So. It's GonNa, pull out that program and say, yes, you were raped as a child or this problem that problem or maybe not even that difficult maybe your perception of your mother dying and your father, not honoring that and giving you a hug when you needed it the most now you.

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BGN Predicts the 2020 Oscars

Black Girl Nerds

04:05 min | 2 years ago

BGN Predicts the 2020 Oscars

"Welcome to this episode of the Black Girl Nerds podcast. My name is Jamie and I'm your host. The Oscars are coming up. You guys coming up very soon and we're going to do something a little different in the past pass when we have done Oscar shows. We've done a breakdown of the Academy Awards this year. We're doing a predictions Shows so we're going to run this episode before Sunday night ceremony. And I'm excited to do this prediction show with myself. And I've got an Jelica and Ryan here are wonderful podcasters to give some predictions on Oscar night this Sunday Sunday ladies still all right yeah. Let's go ahead and break this down. So we'll we'll just start from the top right so Oscars twenty twenty best picture. We've got the nominees as Ford versus. Ferrari the Irishman Joe. Joe Rabbit Joker little women marriage story nineteen seventeen once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite now Before we discussed what we predict. I WanNa say what I believe will be the pick but I also want to add the film that I would not to win. Yeah so if you have a film that you want to win you can select that and then the one that you think will in fact when so for me the film that will win best picture are is going to be nineteen seventeen That is a film that has already won best picture by way of the Golden Globes. It won in best picture for the critics choice and it is the favourite right now amongst the Hollywood industry community so nineteen seventeen is the bet amongst everybody for best picture. I really do want parasite to win. I saw parasite I loved it. It is one of the greatest films of twenty nineteen. If you have not seen parasite for are those relisting please go see it. It is just brilliant I just love the metaphor of a socio economic onomic class and welfare and how they use those metaphors into suspense and psychological adjective thriller in this film. And it's just so brilliantly done and I'm not really one for like foreign films. I'm not really that kind kind of you know movie Fan. But parasite blew me away and it is by far one of the best films again of of Twenty nine thousand nine so I hope that people will and myself will be surprised. And that parasite will walk away with best picture but I think probably the likelihood of nineteen seventeen will be the one that will walk away with best picture which I got right. Yep I mean well I mean that's basically how nineteen seventeen. I saw that you know Golden Globes a lot of buzz about that one but yeah I think parasite will be a good look look for the Oscars. There probably won't do it but I think like seeing like the interviews with the cast and stuff like that. I think we'll be something different for them that I'm always pushing for Oscars but yeah. I'm pretty sure they probably going to nine hundred seventy. I agree with my two thousand eighteen at but I want joker to win best picture like how wins Wasco I Want I want joker to win. Best win has not released a superhero. One has a comic won the best picture ever

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"wasco" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"wasco" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"The air this point. No no this is secret brings up with him. If I get the chance on the air. The thing with Dave was. Oh my this is my uh-huh he's probably GonNa call me and it became very obvious that it was just mean spirited like. He hates me he wants to having. You never appreciated me cry. God thank you on trump guest afternoon. Your twitter account with Massey's yeah. I don't remember when I believe remember. I believe I remember the show like I remember saying. Oh what's the first thing we really laughing at. It was the second or third cut but I enjoy enjoy unwanted. Red Sox care now so going on that your unwanted Red Sox shit up to meddle WASCO and they've slowed you down. It's exactly what we did that where you're supposed sound a little bit slow down. It's going to sound like slow down. It's not a busy man you it sounds like shit in your mouth. You know what I don't want to shocking. That's not just that's that's the best. It just got to tell you that those advertisers must be thrilled. You know well. The advertising was out of the way thank you. Can I give you an advertising tip. I first of all I enjoy making them by the way a nice consistent audience and love it is good base actually actually grows pretty well tastes it does somewhat shows.

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"wasco" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"wasco" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"You but we. The people don't write profile profile for media is so crazy wants attention. When they found out that he will perform at the Wilbur? Yes strange he doesn't even know is but oh he's going to do it. Debut you see we have. I think we're GONNA Wilbur date. Well you know better than me Steve. I think we'll probably have one by the end of this week the end of this week. Yes it's going to be on the weekend and on a Friday or Saturday makes sense. Yes yes that's we have to do that. I think I got her from a bunch of other staters. WHO said if you can have it be on the weekend? Yeah so so I think I think that's more important than later in earlier in June. You know I I don't know I think there's there's other be set for planning around the school calendar for older people but I mean a lot of the people are younger and they'd just prefer a weekend. It's just easier across the board. And as we saw Jack Savvy fans seem to like tip a few back. So that's true. I don't know how we're going to appreciate were they. I'm sure they'll have some of the fans will do something or I know if we should do that or I don't know well. DC has mentioned something about a minute fan pre show. Or are you you talk about people drink before you know before the reached out to us those little smaller something one of the Mike and the fans. Advertisers search actually has a place right next to the Wilbur. Oh yeah that they they could do SURPRI Menefee only type event before. I don't know if they want to work something out like that we I. Am You know working hard on this show. I've been out of WASCO in the brain and they've got this on the brain so it's GonNa be involved. You guys have to be ready. You have to be asked to do things you've never ever done in your life before Evan. Toiling over my stent of what's that ver- nervous about him where this can be placed in the show yet to open no I'm figuring this. I'm trying to figure this all right. Yes well Mike is busy. Omega fans pontificating my subscription service will be like how many days a week to do I. I was working on the Wilbur show. I'm thinking about the three years now. I'm thinking about this year. Don't get this Mike. Mike is like you know maybe two days a week. We'll see we'll see what we come up with next next time I'll say gang that's not for me to answer. Look Listen Listen folks. That's not for me to decide. Let's talk about something else look. Hey let's just move on because I'm not prepared to ultimately hey man. I'll tell you often Monday. Monday and Thursday is probably best but you know look how Kirk is will ask him. But but then we'll we'll take care of it. Don't worry about right description service. What you guys go fucking secret service now me joy this fucking dollars.

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World leaders tackle climate change at COP25 summit

Morning Edition

03:32 min | 3 years ago

World leaders tackle climate change at COP25 summit

"Today the twenty fifth the U. N. climate change conference called cop twenty five starts in Spain's capital Madrid the conference was supposed to be in Chile but there were a big street protests over the economy there so Spain stepped up reporter guy hedge goes in Madrid the build up to the cop twenty five has already been eventful the last minute change of host city from the Chilean capital to the Spanish one this added an element of drama to the event what's more that change of venue was decided just as the United States was formalizing its withdrawal from the twenty sixteen Paris agreement on climate change the Spanish environment minister that history better so that her countries offer to host the conference was a demonstration of multilateralism to counter the US with Kroll prevented a important tickets in Dallas is Hassoun with the discouragement coals by the withdrawal from the Paris accord of one of the biggest economies on the planet she said it was important that the international community found a way to resolve the challenge created by Chile's inability to host the conference the change of venue has also affected teenage climate activist Greta tune bug she was in the United States preparing to travel overland to Chile for the summit when it was announced that Madrid would host it instead she has raced back across the Atlantic on a catamaran in order to attend much of the conference will revolve around the frame work of the Paris agreement which seeks to keep the global temperature rises to well below two degrees centigrade David Wasco director of the international climate initiative at the world resources institute is hoping the summit will see countries signal that increased commitment to concrete an ambitious strategies for the reduction of emissions something they're expected to formalize and twenty twenty I think this has to be a can do climate summit and we've seen that kind of can do spirit from Spain and Chile working together and now is the moment to highlight that countries have a can do approach to strengthening their action under the Paris agreement next year and also finalizing the last parts of the implementing rules so that those can go into full affected that's the core of what the climate talks and all the process surrounded in Madrid can achieve but one big question going into this climate conference will be who is willing to take the lead on the international stage with two major economies the United States and Brazil stepping back from their commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions there is a vacancy for an international leader contents of state I do believe it's going to be easy to see one leader it is more likely to see some form of distributed leadership Lara last several is a professor of political economy of climate change and the grades on E. university for example the E. U. that has been a directional leader leading by example setting itself tough goals and showing other countries that it can be done along with countries like China and perhaps also teaming up with Latin America and his Spain could be a bridge builder these kinds of events all too often fall short of expectations but environmental activists will be watching the cop twenty five with a critical eye hoping that it will lead to genuine progress in battling

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Monterey Car Week 2019: Hi-Tech Meets High-End

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:47 min | 3 years ago

Monterey Car Week 2019: Hi-Tech Meets High-End

"Better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduce the cost and environmental impact of your enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com. This is tech news briefing. I'm i'm tanya bustos reporting from the newsroom in new york with a look at monterey car week to be rich and to drive cars. The esteemed auto gathering has just wrapped in california. What will the world's top manufacturers come up with next by way of fast electric supercars they are the most expensive cars on the planet high tech gets high-end after these type cabins. A group of states is preparing a joint antitrust investigation into who big tech state attorneys general is expected to formally launch the effort as soon as next week. It is likely to focus on whether a handful of dominant tech platforms used their marketplace powers to stifle competition google facebook amazon and apple are four companies likely to be a focus on the new investigation all declined to comment john. D mckinnon covers more at wsj.com. You can also listen to the what's news podcast for the very latest exacts from amazon alphabets alphabet google and facebook. Tell us officials that they face difficult and expensive challenges to comply with a retroactive french law that puts a tax on global the digital service providers the trump administration is investigating the french law under a trade provision that allows for tariffs to penalize illegal or unfair trade practices ask for where things stand monday executives told a panel at the u._s. trade representative's office that they don't currently have precise data to monitor french users of their websites and add services in order to calculate the tax tesla will not making electric cars again offering to rent solar panels to homeowners homeowner's rentals are available in six states arizona california connecticut massachusetts new jersey and new mexico tests customers can cancel these leases at any time. The smallest system can generate fifteen to nineteen kilowatt hours of power on average daily. If california is an indication tend to fourteen kilowatt hours have been bank banked in new jersey according to tesla solar panels can still be purchased from tesla in all fifty states last month. Tesla told analysts at an earnings call. It was optimistic for its future consoler saying it's quote energy products business will grow and quote coming up electric vehicles reigns supreme at monterey car week better faster greener super micro resource-saving server and storage systems with intel zeon scalable processors reduced the cost and environmental impact of your are enterprise infrastructure learn more at super micro dot com this year monterey car week proved electric electric vehicles rain as high end car fiends. Get eco-friendly wrapping up in california. We're left with but some of its greatest hits a stock cars. We saw rides is like the s._f. Ninety straubel in honor of ferrari racing's ninetieth birthday. It is the company's first plug in hybrid also graced with the first british electric supercar per car dubbed the most powerful series car ever made this means two thousand horsepower and a zero to sixty miles per hour acceleration of less than three seconds just two million dollars. I give you the lotus via c._e._o. Filipo ffom tells us more. Its all electric <hes>. It's a beautiful car. We have to say hi. It's <hes> it's actually carved by air. I'm sorry carved by air zone the way that the <hes> the flow see the car to create downforce into reduce due strike and obviously helps to give the performance. We've made a real design feature of it. So is a beautiful wasco drako motors unveiled its new electric g._t._e. One million dollars eight eight modern supercar at least according to shave sickened drako motors executive vice president for us is very important of a usable com. So what you see here is actually you know a grant coupet or a grand coupe bright that can seat four people and carry their luggage one of the key. Things of our electric car is usability. That's what we want to give you with all these autonomous happenings. Let's talk control the all electric e. x. P. one hundred g._t. Is self driving and it gives the driver for the choice to take control or stay luxurious. It is a concept car and bentley says they're aiming for a twenty thirty debut brett boy del bentley head of interior cheerier design has more we just didn't buy in the future of sustainable electric future vehicles needs to be cold or needs to be unemotional and so that's why observation is still based on our heritage and our dna of emotional beautiful journeys connected to first class travel mid range cars also get their due at the signature event the quail for example acura showed off its type s concept car its upcoming tillich sedan a four motor electric super sedan they will seat for and propel them to two hundred six miles per hour gordon mccall the quail co-founder explains. How old meets new at the car show. Virtually every major manufacturer represented here with primarily their concept cars. They're giving everyone a look into the future about what they're up to. There's a lot of media that comes along with that to kind of get a glimpse of what these companies are up to and it's a great balance. We get to look back and see what the companies created years and years ago. We get to take a peek at what they're <hes> what they're thinking about rain the us in the future that does it for this edition of tech news briefing reporting from the newsroom in new york. I'm tanya bustos. Thanks for listening.

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Spurred by measles outbreak, FDA may make vaccines mandatory

Hard Factor

02:44 min | 3 years ago

Spurred by measles outbreak, FDA may make vaccines mandatory

"All right. Let's do it y'all. So I'm throwing anti vaccine directly in the soft corner today, and that's because the head of the US food and Drug administration came out last week, and they're gonna get so sick, though, they're going to get so fucking. And Mark that's a good point. Here's the problem. It's not about them. It's about the unlucky fuckers that did get vaccine get sick because these goddamn anti vaxxers kids. So the head of the US FDA came out and on Tuesday warning states that he might have to quote forced the hand of federal agencies. If these states continue to allow vaccine exemptions amid an ongoing measles outbreak. No, that's right. You heard it. There is a measles outbreak guys. And you're also corrected is twenty nineteen with a fucking measles outbreak. How needles that are resistant to vaccines? This is just like kids. Weren't vaccinated. Measles are making a comeback because of these anti vacs. Exactly. So in Washington state public officials declared a state of emergency after measles. Outbreak spread across anti an anti vaccination hotspot near Portland, Oregon. That's so shocking. Shocking. Yeah. There's been twenty convert cases of me of measles. Twenty of those who contracted the highest contagious. Highly contagious virus were not vaccinated against measles. And the other three were just very very unlucky anti vaccine. Make vegans look like the fawns. But there's also a lot of them are like in the same van diagram the middle part of that. Really? Oh, yeah. Yeah. So a professor at Baylor told Wasco that quote, Portland is a train wreck when it comes to vaccines. Maybe that's because the culture of Portland is such that it creates a haven for alternative thinkers, Washington is just one of seventeen states that allows phil- philosophical belief vaccine exemptions because a personal moral or other beliefs and nearly all states allow children to attend school. The vast majority of states forty seven allow parents to opt out for religious reasons. Yeah. And he had to get like a specific vaccination before going to college when we were growing up. That's true. But I don't think that applies to public schools not colleges. I don't know, but we had to manage vaccinate. Yes. One other thing Bella to look on the on the religious tip earlier this year, New York face its most severe measles outbreak in decades with Costa two hundred confirmed cases, actually over two hundred firm cases, the infected almost exclusively among the Alterra orthodox Jews, which is sad because orthodox Jews are widely considered to be one of the most caring inclusionary and reasonable religious groups out there, especially to the women in the ring. Yeah. Measles. Also killed nine hundred people in Madagascar, which is half the population of Madagascar. It's not true. That's not

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Eating dinner earlier could reduce cancer risk

Think Realty Radio

01:09 min | 4 years ago

Eating dinner earlier could reduce cancer risk

"Of control in northern Oregon. And the substation fire as it's called his burned forty five thousand acres east of Portland it killed a person in. Wasco county, authorities believe the could was using a tracker to. Try to build, a fire line. On his property, when he was overtaken by flames several communities. In that area have been evacuated some research shows people who eat dinner. Earlier in the. Evening reduce their risk of. Getting, breast and. Prostate cancer the studies from the Barcelona institute For global health they observed the link between the two. After looking at eating. And sleeping habits and found. That people who. Ate after nine pm had a. Higher risk of cancer although, researchers aren't exactly sure. Why that is an. In Maryland Baltimore, is banning sugary drinks from kids menus in restaurants and becomes the first major US city to take such a step that ban that took effect yesterday is, aimed at promoting healthy habits and. Families with young kids by making water milk and one hundred percent fruit juices the default beverage options on the kids menu parents can still order sodas or other sugary drinks..

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Republicans Are Unhappy About President Trump's Tariff Announcement

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 4 years ago

Republicans Are Unhappy About President Trump's Tariff Announcement

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Lakshmi saying fears over a trade war pitting Republicans in congress against the Republican in the Oval Office. Senior members of the GOP are publicly and privately lobbying to persuade President Trump not to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, a spokeswoman for House Speaker. Paul, Ryan has issued a statement warning. The tariffs could undermine the economic growth, Republican lawmakers promise voters. When they recently overhaul the nation's tax code. Well, it appears congressional Democrats are no closer to securing an immigration deal with Republicans that protects hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program passed during the Obama era was due to expire today under President Trump's orders That's been delayed pending, legal action boat with no new agreement insight on Capitol Hill Senator Dick Durban says everything rests on the president. The only way it moves forward is if the Republican leaders give a signal from the prism of something you will exempt boats. The situation court, William, I'll look for every opportunity every opportunity to bring this matter before the Senate and House, but being in the minority, It's a limited set of options. President Trump's, demanding a multibillion dollar border wall, and he wants to tighten family-based immigration Also on the agenda today, the Middle East N Pierce annual Esperance's President Trump hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Today The US will open a temporary embassy in an existing consulate building in Jerusalem in mid May to mark Israel's independence day President Trump told reporters in the Oval Office. He is considering traveling to Jerusalem for the occasion by look forward to being there. And I'm very proud of that decision. Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital has angered. The Palestinians who also have claims in the city. They say they will no longer participate in US led peace efforts. President Trump said he thinks the Palestinians are quote, wanting to come back to the table very badly. If they don't, you don't have peace. And that's a possibility also. Netanyahu. Who said he'd be speaking the Trump about what he called the biggest threat in the Middle East Iran, Daniel 'Sarin, NPR News. The White House e- Las Vegas victims fund is distributing more than thirty one million dollars for victims of mass shooting and Paracel Afato has details to families of those killed in people with paralysis. And brain injuries will receive the biggest chunk of the money. Two hundred seventy five thousand dollars each ninety thousand donors contributed to the fund, and it's being distributed by volunteers more than double the number of victims compensated by similar funds in the Boston marathon bombing. And the shooting in Orlando at the Pulse nightclub, The number of victims was much higher in Las Vegas than in Boston in Orlando, more than eight hundred and fifty people were injured, fifty eight people killed and some twenty four thousand people, including vendors in people working the concert were there. When the shooter open fire survivor, say families need more help as they struggled to deal with both the physical and emotional trauma of that day later follow reporting, This is NPR. Scientists are reporting progress in the long battle to revive the Chesapeake Bay. NPR stand Charles reports, beds of seagrass are expanding in helping many aquatic creatures. The Chesapeake Bay has been in ill health for a long time, And one reason is nutrient pollution. Many of those nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus come from farmland around the Bay and alongside the rivers, the drain into the bay, nutrients feed the growth of algae, make the water cloudy. And that means seagrass on the floor of the Bay. Have a hard time surviving intern That hurts crabs small fish waterfowl. But farmers have been doing a lot to limit nutrient run-off. And according to a new study, in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, It's succeeding. Nutrient levels are down and see. Grass beds have grown dramatically providing food and shelter for other species. Dan, Charles and Pierre news in EU economic data out today, U S service firms grew more slowly in farewell. Very, compared with the previous month, whoever it still expanded, healthy clip Associated, Press reporting. The Institute for Supply Management says it's services. Index slipped to fifty nine point five from fifty nine point nine in January Wasco winners har still basking in the glow of the attention of last night's Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. The MI-2 movement against sexual misconduct in the industry was front and center throughout the evening at last check on Wall Street, the Dow is up three hundred seventy points one and a half percent at twenty four thousand nine hundred eight I'm Lakshmi saying NPR News in Washington.

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