35 Burst results for "Wiki"

U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

The Dan Bongino Show

02:22 min | 2 months ago

U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

"Remember the narrative about inflation when we first started when we first started to see prices creeping up What was the narrative first Jim Inflation's not real you're conservative media hosts You're all a bunch of bad things It's all nonsense And then the narrative was as prices started to become more widespread and their increases became noticeable All right there may be inflation but it's really not that big of a deal And then the third narrative was okay it's a big deal now inflation but don't worry it's transitory It'll go away And now that the numbers came out annualized inflation up 8.6% a number we haven't seen in decades now all of a sudden the new narrative is not only these inflation not transitory not only is it likely here to stay for a while but don't worry it's actually a good thing Come on they didn't do that No they did Here is an actual headline by MSNBC James saros wiki forgive me if I'm saying your name wrong it's not intentional How COVID became the unlikely hero of our inflation crisis And the sub had line makes you really wanna laugh where they play it down and insist don't worry This is a good thing inflation because the government printed a lot of money and gave it to people to spend So it doesn't really matter that you have nothing to buy and there's a supply chain crisis What matters is you have a lot of paper in digital money to spend on things you can't actually buy That's what matters That's an actual piece in MSNBC by the way Now for people who don't think inflation is a problem in that just printing people are printing four people money and giving it to them even though they can't buy products because we don't have them And don't understand how the productivity side of an economy is the important side Right folks it's not the demand side You can demand whatever you want Tom Hanks and Wilson and cast away when they get caught on that island by themselves demanded a lot They probably demand that a steak dinner They probably demanded access to a movie library The man that access to their old favorite songs but Tom Hanks was caught on an island where he had a lot of FedEx boxes full of a lot of stuff he couldn't use and he didn't demand So he had a lot of things he could trade but he had nobody to trade them with because no one was producing anything he demanded Having a bunch of money to go out and buy stuff that doesn't exist is

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Why WarioWare Gets It Kind Of

Nintendo Voice Chat

01:38 min | 5 months ago

Why WarioWare Gets It Kind Of

"So let's get started with the first topic of this week. That is warrior. Wear get it together. This is out on friday. Which is tomorrow if you're listening on. The this podcast is released marks review the game and i have been playing the game for wiki and gameplay capture support and. Tom gave it a seven. Would you like to give a quick summary on why you gave. Were you aware that score. Yeah so i. I've always liked lawler warrior games. I've smooth moves on the was also the game game before before that. Were like to my favorite kind of party games. Played less of the ds ones just to kind of like. I know that this is kind of where some people are coming from his like. The camp of the hand held. Gloria wears which were always more solo experiences versus the camp of the console warriors. Which were always more birdie games. Or it's how i read it at least maybe that's just my impression anyway. I reviewed this. Wanna give it a seven because it is a really fun. Wacky warri aware. It's really pretty music. The art design is really really good. Micra games are very fine. The characters are like hidden basically like and like the character system. Okay but some of the character designs are just like really. Were like verge like there's a person that can fly and shoot one direction and then there's version of that person that shooting one direction but just can't stop jumping and so there are just these cases where like some characters are objectively worse versions of other characters mess not like interesting or fun and it's just like oh that character is just bad and like i don't know it's just it's just not as engaging

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Shark Tourism Grows on Cape Cod

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Shark Tourism Grows on Cape Cod

"Just a few years after two people were attacked by sharks one of them died Cape Cod Massachusetts is starting to tentatively embraced shark tourism there are shark eco boat tours off the Cape Cod coast we saw about six sharks VS some of them about eight feet others longer any on tonight glue says the tour gave her a new viewpoint on sharks from the boat many Moran says she doesn't view sharks as threatening our captain really respectful of their space and I put a lot of pressure on them following the recent shark attacks on shore Paul needs wiki with the Cape Cod chamber of commerce as they were concerned about a negative impact on tourism we've been working to educate people about sharks and having them be sharks mark and what was actually seen is is there been no negative impact the shark boat tours are cheap fifteen hundred to twenty five hundred dollars per boat I'm a Donahue

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"wiki" Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

"Since the initial lawsuits against dan. Wake you were filed. Their had now amassed a total of eight different lawsuits including up to thirty one defendants associated with anna waiheke and over one hundred and thirty plaintiffs. The first to go to trial was one involving patients from the in a wiki. North campus in rock mart for girls. Terry was one of these plaintiffs. Actually what happened. The five girls which i was one of them. Three of us were able to testify. They hadn't even gotten to the boys yet. It was really scary testifying in court but at the same time. It was a good feeling. Because i had a lot of anger because i felt like i had been stripped. Four of my life with my parents growing up. I was robbed those years and ended up coming out with really no education and Probably more problems so it felt really good to be able to testify. I'm and share about the manual labor that they made us do day in and day out in the abuse the physical abuse the sexual abuse just to be able to get that all out and hold them. Accountable was really a good feeling and it helped me personally to lack. Go and move on wishing eight to nine to form growth war in that also dropped gal. They couldn't take or they were fearful or they were frightened in suspicion but nonetheless We ended up with four pat says the proceedings that took place in this first civil trial or shocking in showing the abuse the girls had endured at the rock mark campus difficult as it was the plaintiffs testified in gave their stories in the one case that much to trial the four rural. They've worked subject across combination. Almost the Sexual abuse visit privileges. Then would be the highest home visit if they told parents too much about what was going on. But which really going on and then come to find out that was all true. Asana sheen

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Justice for the Victims of Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

02:39 min | 6 months ago

Justice for the Victims of Anneewakee

"Since the initial lawsuits against dan. Wake you were filed. Their had now amassed a total of eight different lawsuits including up to thirty one defendants associated with anna waiheke and over one hundred and thirty plaintiffs. The first to go to trial was one involving patients from the in a wiki. North campus in rock mart for girls. Terry was one of these plaintiffs. Actually what happened. The five girls which i was one of them. Three of us were able to testify. They hadn't even gotten to the boys yet. It was really scary testifying in court but at the same time. It was a good feeling. Because i had a lot of anger because i felt like i had been stripped. Four of my life with my parents growing up. I was robbed those years and ended up coming out with really no education and Probably more problems so it felt really good to be able to testify. I'm and share about the manual labor that they made us do day in and day out in the abuse the physical abuse the sexual abuse just to be able to get that all out and hold them. Accountable was really a good feeling and it helped me personally to lack. Go and move on wishing eight to nine to form growth war in that also dropped gal. They couldn't take or they were fearful or they were frightened in suspicion but nonetheless We ended up with four pat says the proceedings that took place in this first civil trial or shocking in showing the abuse the girls had endured at the rock mark campus difficult as it was the plaintiffs testified in gave their stories in the one case that much to trial the four rural. They've worked subject across combination. Almost the Sexual abuse visit privileges. Then would be the highest home visit if they told parents too much about what was going on. But which really going on and then come to find out that was all true. Asana sheen

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How Camp Anneewakee Systematically Skirted State Inspections

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

02:15 min | 7 months ago

How Camp Anneewakee Systematically Skirted State Inspections

"Thank once maybe twice a year people from the state would come out to do like an inspection or something. This is terry a former patient at the ana wakey campus in rock mart. The all girls facility. She remembers her time. How the staff would handle visits from state agencies. That were meant to check on the treatment center and how it operated with anna wakey now being a licensed medical facility. It had to be recorded the patients who were getting the proper treatment. They were supposed to and i remember the first time when they came out they picked like three of us. Girls should be the one to answer any questions and so they took the rest of the group like way way out into the woods like a mile out into the woods. And i can remember when the first inspector lady came. One of the group leaders told her. The girls are out on a work project about a mile out in the woods. I guess they just knew that the inspector probably wanting to hike out a mile that we were available though there were like three of us and we were told even before the inspector came if they asked if we met with a psychiatrist to let them know that we did and that we had thirty to forty five minutes sessions at this point in time in a wiki was sold to the parents of its patients largely as a medical treatment center with daily therapy in. Reality this therapy was greatly exaggerated often amounting to no more than a few minutes at most within actual therapist. I don't think my parents realized until. I got out that i really didn't get the help that i needed. We would see a psychiatrist. I i want to say once a week might have been every other week we would literally like get an a line and go one after the other and you only get a few minutes and they were just right on a clipboard in they would literally look at the clock and say okay. Time's up next. I mean it was a

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"wiki" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

Let's Start A Cult

06:15 min | 7 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

"Yeah it's like the perfect fucking body and then just a horse head. It's like a it's like this is this is literally a furry his dream. Yeah exactly right josh. You're starting to sweat under your jacket or what. Some research time real quick and we got a sponsor we can plug in this podcast sponsored by dick but sponsored by blue man. Scape scape caper back. Do manscaping are so. Where was i fucking lost myself again. As if this wasn't weird enough as it is like seeing what it actually would like. Wait until you hear how you can possibly avoid being misled or fooled by the ballot. You have any guesses what precautions you have to do to be a to avoid getting fucked with bio-pic bottom. I guess running down a hill on hell seems pretty top. Heavy skip leg day that prison body back shine. What's guests for you. That to avoid being messed with by. I guess not writing worse in which was leave their ancestors josh man. I'm gonna give you three of the suggestions that was given and i'm going to list it from the most logical to downright fucking weird The first students kind of normal right the first two it's suggested to ask permission to enter their quote unquote territory. So and referring back to show address it again when they were doing their ad campaign. One other hashtag on the show was to say. Ww in tagalog that translates to light a respectable way of saying. Excuse me when you say like wwf and you've got to go next dali odd. That'd be that'd be like to go down in if your family was watching in front of a tv. And then like you kinda squat down and say like oh excuse me. I'm passing through okay bishops. What fucking forward. You're blocking more weight when you're doing checking more time so it's kind of like a respectful way of kind of going on about it. The second one is while asking for permission. It's also respectful if you're traveling in their territory to not make so much noise or pretty much. Shut the fuck up the whole time. Don't talk what's fair when you're in their territory so that makes it like that. Sounds like logical respect. Yeah that's like a good neighbor. Yes so. I've done a lot of hiking in the past especially in alaska. Oh my god. And i'm sure it's prominent candidates who bro like you have to play some like loud music so bears more won't get attracted right. Yup sure simply. Not where i am but Yeah i'm sure sure there's areas where you bring like a beats pill because i like i'm like dude if a black bear sees me like i'm all snap lake. I'm just to wop. Yeah pretty much gypsies ice. So here's this. This is how to avoid being messed with by Long swear you're going to be like what the fuck in order to avoid being messed by one. You have to wear your shirt inside out okay. So specific cry okay. They're not wearing shirts so that doesn't help me would that be. Because like that's a sign of vulnerability like do they give you a reason for that one. They didn't give no reason thousand. Okay all right here. We are playing. Why why do you think what do you call it inside out. Shirt is a is a way for them to kind like leave you alone. If i had to guess i would guess vulnerable vulnerability of some sort like. It's i don't know it's not really that that would be my guess. I i. I like that sean. I don't know these things don't wear clothes. I don't know why close would have any idea then. Bro like maybe a deal. They made with another hunter or something like that but also did they have like right wage to wear clothes back in the day like it was just wasn't it like it didn't matter which way you put it on really. I mean like they have like the stitching are probably like more inside than outside. Yeah so i think might theory for that is that because they're like the prankster of the group. The fact that the shirt is inside out. It's kinda like right. Josh like going leaning towards vulnerability as well. It's kind of like you know when people when you when you go out in public and your shirts inside out. What are the people do. Is he the laugh. So since because they're they're pranksters that's kind of like a a shameful to someone. It's like your shirt inside out your fucking dumb shit like that. That make sense okay. That's my behind that. Get behind boy what you call it now. Stick i've already forgot what the real name all right. So i'm gonna go to the next the laskar that i'm going to refer to and perhaps this is the most notable along and subject of many terrible. Cgi movies. When i was growing up in the philippines and they are the mananga. And i did mention it earlier a while ago that malaysia had their own version of the manga which was called bonengel pin number. I think but philippines decided that they wanted to kick it up a notch because why not let be extra so added. These are scary. i just the to grow. These are buchan scarier. Scary scary bro. so as it is. These things are considered man eating Suckers by day it has appearance of a usually attractive beautiful woman but at night it turns something to extremely hideous..

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"wiki" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

Let's Start A Cult

08:46 min | 7 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

"Bro is spicy mayo. as how does you get. I'll do banana peppers. That's that's about as far as well push it probably pepper. And let's give them a pass applause. Please all right so. Let's start with the origins of us. Well so where did the term aswan comes from. The origin of the word swung according to the culture trip. Dot com originated from the word. Astle wang it's not like dog dick because is dog and way out so long. Okay so look translate to dogs. And since many of these creatures shape shifted where they usually took the form of wire lovely legged buddies of course the philippines being colonized by so many different countries. We've got like dick button by spain. Like hundred zero hundreds of years. That's why we all looked hella different. Bro yeah like there's some there's some filipinos that'd be looking for like lights google. You know what. I'm plug my. And then the super light skin ones dude. I can't filipinos are like every every race in asia plus spanish. Yes samoans plus everything while we've been told that we were the mexicans of asia. That's another thing that's why we fit so well with the mexican culture. It's like the philippines being being colonized by so many different countries. It was bound to get some of their beliefs and superstitions philippines being so close to the country. Malaysia shot out by the way to a good friend of mine. Dr jules for middle me that there we and she's plug insperity. There were some migration to the philippines and because of that. They brought some of their local folklore. One being a blood sucking demon usually in the form of a super beautiful woman or some hag. There's really nothing in between but tampa brought in the hag. I know i'm going to die. I'm gonna get my. I was gonna if i'm gonna get sucked someone cute. We're going to keep a pg several beautiful woman you said beautiful woman and joshua's like yeah. Yeah i remember that in my research the ask some beautiful woman. I saw this coming. There's some moment again. I don't know. I was listening to Shots and podcasts. At a while ago they did met edging. So i don't know if that's the kind of research that you can do it buddy bro. I because sometimes when they say and shit bro. Who me what i had to. I was like any time. I hear a name. I don't immediately recognize and they're laughing hysterically. I'm like okay. Yeah yeah porn star right right. Of course yeah just always assume i do my own research sometimes to me. Note shit even like in the middle of a workday if i need a break. That's remote work from home. Now i want to zoom out real quick anyways in malaysia. However they called them pango but in the philippines shifted to mananga. So there's a kind of a separation there which kind of get to later. I'll explain a little bit more. What they are going back to. The point of the philippines has been colonized for such a long period of time. Spain also managed to sneak in some of their ideas. Of course they were there for hundreds of years again mentioned that philippines pretty much to mexico asia. A of spanish influences as well. Anytime there was something unexplained. They tried to twist the narrative that some of these folklore's are works of the devil. So naturally people would then be convinced to possibly convert to catholicism. So it's all gone. Ganda pretty much classic european trick but these creatures and the paranormal already kind sank. Its fangs in the filipino culture. That there were figureheads that led communities and they became some sort of a de facto leader slash community leader and pre-colonial colonial. Philippines never referred to as bob latin. And you'll see that in the show. If you end up watching a dresser. Bobby lines are considered a strong female. Individuals who again was the leader of towns communities. Or baron guy shoutout to. Jean kept me my from what leaning on the philippines spotify exclusive john where people would go there to get cured for any ailments and but this did not fly with the when the spanish arrived spanish. Fly such shutout semi guevara. I know all about that shot. Let's go so The spaniards began to spread rumors in true classic fashion. They they try to tear women down. They said they were too strong. They were too much power. So what do they do. They try to indoctrinate people and they began to side with the spanish thinking that they don't want to associate themselves in the dark arts or under wardley tactics that they claim that these women did so women especially in power were like more beautiful nature has control of like like men are like neighborhoods automatic witches practice dark art. Yes classic misogyny mass looking. We're fucking toxic atmosphere but really is just a way to suppress these women and weaken their status in the hierarchy of things in the philippines. To this day. I swung are still very much part of the filipino culture. I wanna say part of this and sean. This is exactly what this is perfect that you said this earlier is just a way to put fear so your parents so you listen to your Because in the philippines it's very much culture to say like are not go home before the light goes away like if the light is off. Go home like that's how that's how we went home like there was no clocks eight. Six o'clock you got to be old knows when when the lights on the streets star come on your ass. Better be home. John thirty sounds like from the like way back in the day where people have watches on this all. Just because you're twenty still fugger. How old are you josh. Twenty seven i think about that. So now we're the same shed. We're all the same yeah. I'm just pulling john's leg because he's old the oldest one in here. You are older than you. Buy like a couple of day right and cares about the The technicalities you know what i'm saying. So all of you fucking monopole fuck. Y'all where was i lost. My i lost my part. Oh yeah so. I wanna say part of it was fear so you can respect. Your parents wishes to go home before Literally there's festivals held in obviously obviously with adaptation of the show. Desa means that the folklore pretty much is still part of the tradition whether you believe in it or not. Also kind of a caveat there's been discussions of people trying to debunk. The existence of these creatures. One of them was actually the prevalence of an x linked chromos of excellent the stonier parkinson ism disease. That is prevalent in a specific region. The philippines on the illness causes slow movements weird body posture and sometimes facial disfiguration hanging tongue in all that shit so they kind of move like zombies so like of course like people say like oh my god is personal different than must be a small and yeah it is fucked up. That's how people are like when people start seeing things that are different. They treat treat them differently. Which is stupid. Yeah so do you think a lot of these came from like people that have parkinson's or whatever you said sorry. Do you think some of these legends came from that. I want to say yes. Because in the philippines day it's it's kind of been disproven but this specific disease comes from that place that i mentioned earlier called copies and then in the philippines. They label copies as like the the kind of the us capital of the world of the philippines but rats specific link disease is kind of exclusive to that region. So interesting yeah. That's i wonder why that is like genetics. It it's it's from on colonization. Zeeshan spanish brought in some diseases and happen when they brought pigs into the new role Next thing you know. Everyone's bugging diseases so blame. Spanish people like this shallow people. Spanish.

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"wiki" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

Let's Start A Cult

03:44 min | 7 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Let's Start A Cult

"Do you want you want to hear my theory. I think it was. That's here both your theories of what it's about you kind of almost went into it. They're like I need to clarify this. Was i didn't know how to pronounce the word and i'm also a child so the first thing i thought was asked weighing so perfect so i was like. Oh this is the philippian dick button like dick but is that a canadian thing is what is that so enemy there but you dig but yeah we have but i think this is like an internet culture thing like i did a little bit of research on dick but because of down my rabbit hole so you went down a rabbit hole with addict but research own research. Yeah i did a lot of research my dates noodle magazine now dot com. Just just you can never get enough research yet. So so basically dick but is poorly drawn penis and testicle that Is is sorta of used as like a rick rule so it kind of just appears when you least expect it at like right now. I guess this is the perfect. So i thought i thought my lab conspiracy was that john was doing this whole hour long episode just to the end of it. He could lean in real close to the mic and be like jackpot just and the show their close was. I not even close nowhere near this budding. Going no hair. What about you know said that your parents kinda said some stories back in your day like what was your kind of idea. What s one was. So when my when i first heard about is just like oh like every monster is considered as one like. Oh you better do this or this or as long will get you're blah blah blah stuff like that so was just like boogeyman vampire like whatever they're all along. So that's all i know. I don't know the specifics. I haven't watched the anime on netflix. But so just knowing. What i i've heard so far. Is it kinda like brothers grimm for like. I don't know i don't think you know what the brothers grimm are. I i know. I know that in that like mid evil supernatural like that show supernatural. Well it's like the brothers. Grimm fairy tales were like a bunch of like a collection of monsters. Whatever from germany. I wanna say off of all. I didn't research on this part but Yeah i believe they were like just a collection of monsters fairy tales and stuff like that from these two brothers. I guess i don't know. Is it something similar to that. That's actually gonna lead me to the point of what was said in the wikipedia articles. Thank you just like we planned it just like one way. What a segue. Hi you guys are pros We'll see i'm telling you guys were fucking perfect fit right so this is what was. According to wikipedia. I swung is an umbrella. Term for various shape shifting evil creatures in filipino folklore such as vampires ghouls witches viscera suckers and where bees usually.

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Arlington National Cemetery: Honor, Hope & Healing

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:04 min | 8 months ago

Arlington National Cemetery: Honor, Hope & Healing

"Visit arlington national cemetery to pay respects to contemplate the cost of war to understand history. If you're gonna kennedy's brave and the tomb of the unknown they're all serve the same vicinity. Wiki with my. Abc's colleague. james meek the tourists go to see the changing of the guard but the rest. The cemetery is pretty quiet with the exception of section sixty sections sixty is where the dead from the united states. Wars in afghanistan and iraq are buried seventeen years ago. This was an empty field. Scott to be at least one hundred rows of tim steiner. If the cemetery was just this it would be a lot and the thing about this section is. This is not people who died of old age. These are people who fell in battle. I know at one time. They called this cemetery the living cemetery because so many young people here in the wars. Were still ongoing. So you still have cazar these people being buried here so it's called the living cemetery so many people were here visiting. The davis still comes every sunday as she has for nearly the last fifteen years since her only son. Justin davis was killed. Coming up on fifteen years you say. Wow you know who who's still remembers the other than family and close family and friends in all of arlington each headstone. In section sixty tells a story private first class. Justin davis was a nineteen year old infantrymen when he was killed in afghanistan. June twenty fifth. Two thousand six. It's comforting for me to come here and just sit and you know helps. Keep life in perspective for me. This is my arlington bag and this bag. What's his Back in school in highschool believe it held up. of course i've done some stitching on it. But he's got all sorts of supplies in there. It's my arlington bag. Has got scissors. Kickers scott eight each week. All the tidies her son's headstone. She make sure there's a laminated photo of him and flowers.

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"wiki" Discussed on Let's Talk About Digital Identity

Let's Talk About Digital Identity

08:01 min | 9 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Let's Talk About Digital Identity

"That and i understand that post people who work with ibm has to communicate we so many different types of people inside the same organization and outside when buying wind sailing. So that's correct. Communication is critical in a have this experience. That sometimes okay. I'm not sure about one term. So i put in in a in a search engine and iphone sometimes very two lines the phoenician. Sometimes i found Do pages completely difficult so yeah i. It has an easy way to find the finish. I can understand the same terms until allow. Yeah and you're right. I mean i m e so tons vessel within the organization touches. I mean we need to work with. Hr we need to work with it with security with the food workforce. We stopped badge. Went with our customers with with everyone. Basically and this makes communication pretty hard meazza professionalized lot a a lot of time. Just trying to improve my communication ensure that my stakeholders and stand. What i'm doing and then where the interest is where the value of what we're doing is many people in the workforce will just see. I am as you as a ticking. The box exercise because they need to recertification controls or things like this and they see us as an annoyance ratted in the creator of value within the organization which is sad. Yeah yeah it is and if you can tell us more about this dictionary your your building and maybe a couple of examples. Yeah with pleasure so but we did this. At first. we developed a methodology on how the dictionary could be built and this methodology was taken from lexi graphic books on lexicography which is designs in the art of doing dictionaries so that was the starting point because we wanted to eat well so if we take one example in the dictionary for example we recently published the entry for password spring attack so bus. What spraying act is one example about among many other it is wall kind of that organization may be victim to of course and the problem is that it is already. I would not say an advanced concept but it is still a concept that is probably not super easy to grasp so. Do we present this in the dictionary. I we always design what we call. Conceptual diagram these conceptual diagram. They illustrate so we can't see the unfortunately on the podcasts. So it will which is hard to describe it is. The idea is to keep all the key components of the concept that we are talking about to provide all these individual manner and this is depicted with this conceptual diagrams. We look at the constituent for spring attack. For example we will see that it is part of a larger class of iraq schooled brute force attack which itself classified techniques and then we can see on the visual diagram the key components of a buzzword spring adak. It allows the aca to avoid a typical traditional account lookout mechanism for example. It is used by the threats actor who compiles database of probable passwords and so on and so forth and he will use a rotation seem to the gas the passwords of a typically large population of identities and so on and so forth. And what we picked as well on the conceptual diagram is not only. What is a password spraying thac but how it may be countered with countermeasures. And we already gave a number of the shortlist of key. Countermeasures that may help organization protect themselves from these kinds of attacks. So of course is one example of many on the dictionary what you will. Finding addition to that isn't a detailed one or several detailed definitions for the concept and then bibliographic references. If you want to dig more into the topic and want to see what authoritative authors of sade about subject and you can just zoom in the bigger rafi and find references of the article. Is you will speaking. I was looking at my screen the base for the past for spring attack in. Yes certainly this diagram. The conceptual diagram that you mentioned is it's super comprehensive. Has all these aspects nauseous definition. That's often what we find. Injustice venetian benefits are good definition of several lines. But these brings almost everything that could be to the concept so it looks super powerful and it is never perfect. The really where. I do need the help of the i am community and here all our listeners can really help. It is to give feedback whenever people. Send me critiques. Comments ideas and so on. I am very pleased because this helps me improve our content so be critical please whenever you find something. That is not accurate enough. If you find some other francis a some other authority references are missing if you find some aspects of the subject that have not been properly covered. I'm absolutely super happy to receive these feedbacks. It is hard to design a good accurate definition. It's really hard work. It's not something that just a focus from the sky. It requires quite a little bit of study every time you you need to go through these piece such papers and and there is sometimes some ambiguity in them and so and so on and so forth so i need help and this dictionary at the will only be as good as the community. That will help to build it. This may be perhaps an opportunity also to say that we are looking for help. I do have a few people who helped me on the wiki now but we really need now to scale it up. So we decided to providing comments anyone who would like to either work as a reviewer to read content and to provide feedbacks or to become an author as well and to to work on the dictionary concepts then they would be warmly welcomed on the product. of course. This is all voluntary work because the idea is to make something completely free of charge for the community. This is a cold to people who would be happy to create open source content for the others. Yeah absolutely so. The ways to help contribute is to go to the website measuring you can register yourself. There veto the process. Yes exactly we have also The wiki and there is linked website to address open dash measure so it's www dot open dash measure dot org. There's a subscription page. People can subscribe here they can also find a sense subscribe via lincolnian. And as soon as you subscribe then. I provision an account on the wiki for you the initial profile that you will have will just allow you to comment on line on all the wiki pages and ask questions and so on and so forth and then if you would like to become an author just let me know. Receive all contact details during open major subscription. And then i'll be most happy to pro version for anyone an account we contribute access rights and they will be able to just create you. 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Failures Of State Review: The Inside Story Of Britain’s Battle With Coronavirus

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

02:08 min | 11 months ago

Failures Of State Review: The Inside Story Of Britain’s Battle With Coronavirus

"George and jonathan. Many thanks for for coming onto the show. This book came out of an article that you wrote. When did you first realize that. Actually this was being horrifically mishandled from the top. We were asked in a roundabout kind of the end of march. Actually less jia to have a look at why things to be so badly in the uk compared to other places why we seem to be the case. The infections arising Had ridden said quickly. We seem to be on so many deaths. And if you remember that time you know kind of everyone kind of looked across which you've been the first to be hit by the pandemic and they sort of said well whenever going to be a spot as easily and quickly and we were and we started off with the kind of question which was what was the prime minister during and what was his government doing to tackle the patent democ in those early days. And so we. We worked on this Our initial article review weeks and at the end of april. We rented story which was about the government's that gate lost days in In tackling the virus. And i think as we were going through the research It became clear clear and clearer time. The threats has not been taken seriously even the winnings with that and that we were in a very very pull state of preparedness anyway than people who claim that we were one of the best countries equipped to tackle a virus in in the world. We will fall from it because will years. We'll stay on t. And the kind of concentration on emergency planning for a noble brexit deal. It meant that we were actually wiki statement. It came so what what was vital was when when the news came out china it was awful virus which was spreading quickly and jamming hospitals in in china. Already that we needed to hit the ground running. And i think what we found in our initial research was government. Just didn't do

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"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

04:30 min | 11 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"Know i can do 'cause now and then but it's not going to be a primary thing to be appalled coaster rather the vk surpr- primary and the notes are the primary things in terms of what i do on Do kind no on the internet or whatever. Yeah what about doing on the real. Do anything on the internet. I i don't really know. As i said i don't have much. I don't get much postive feedback or any feedback from the internet whatsoever. In fact i don't have much traffic or All my aside either. And i don't have the traffic. I have some traffic on soundcloud here. But i honestly don't know if it's surreal traffic. The water is some. I think israel because i as i said. I know the cities that it seemed to be sort sorta long-term listeners in some cases but Some of the traffic might not be that way. It might just be I don't know if the statistics for traffic is really trustable. Because hosting can try to boost statistics to make people believe that they have traffic and so on and There are standards for how support cost. Statistics should be recorded. But i know sometimes rita foley. I looked into that. But i remember when i was on simple. Cost that that there was this discussion about this standard. And if they were following know they were upgrading so they followed some standard and so on and has to do with things like what what is counted as a view or listening or down. What is counted as that you know and also when you on soundcloud the next door did start when you stop so so and it will be just much. So maybe they didn't want to listen to my audio and they just turned to for some reason. And i as i said i don't know it doesn't seem to generate or podcast as a seat to generate anything so i i..

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"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"Know so god does want us to turn to god when we get sick and pray to him and then we can heal us but if we turn to the doctor you know we can die so but You're not even allowed to say that on youtube. They delete your account. You know eventually. So when i read this is that there's not even freedom of speech on youtube regarding these basic sings the faith and so on i had now for you to realize to trustable. You know an auto platform but youtube google account. So it's not like. I delete my youtube accounts or anything. I just stopped broadcasting. There you know. And so instead. I do all your faith miki and notes nowadays but i can still do brokers like this one is going to end up being the mailing list on on hoy. Faith this audio so but eventually You know is going to be close style. You are believers by faith And i say also that that story to trust more dreams At it says somewhere in you know in job biting. It's your basic job thirty three years something that god talks to people through once or twice to make them. Avoid this warden. I bad dreams said are clear. Sometimes a dream comes as i've only had like eight three months or so during the last two years. That are these clear. And they've given me information. That i could actually claim are being you know if i follow through on it It had helped me. And i i didn't realize the eventually i realized i should do that nowadays. I do that. So i take dreams very seriously now in terms of instructions from god and So that's why you know such changed. That's how god speaks to me. And i have kind of a neighbor. Canessa paused if you look on my history. I i grew my nays and i grew my hair and i spent seven years..

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"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"Available at a whole face dot com. And it's it's the old english spelling of have faith So it's h. a. u. e. f. a. I t. h. dot com the. That's the you are out and they're i. This is what. I continue what i'm planning to do. They're all than than have Soundcloud account it cost a lot of money. I'm planning to have this website. Which is going to cost money so basically. I think it will be at least as expensive as the cloud account. So that's why amending the soundcloud account. Also because. I think that it's enough. I don't have the cash to do. Let's not things. Sit there on internet when nobody gives me feedback about it. I don't earn anything from it and people don't even i don't the doesn't season two platform that is used for information coming and going in and out and that's basically been the stuff about me and internet. I've not received much back from internet. I've been doing stuff. Internet for over ten years and i haven't received much back From people in fact you play my received evil back from people. And so. But i still want to have something on the internet but As i said. I don't think everything should be public because of the legal system. We live under in town during both national and regional and local law and so on so That's why i have this biki instead. Viki is a great thing. It's it's like viki pedia but you create your own week appeared and you can create articles. I this is the hub by have on the internet. Basically my euro. And what. I do abroad. I can do broadcast on on twitch or on. Why do you know what your broadcast. When i close down this soundcloud account when he closes down or ends two thousand twenty january two thousand twenty two or so then i can still put outdoor news on other platforms so the the have faith is going to be main website..

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"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

04:33 min | 11 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"We spent a year in this covid lockdown and might actually be a change now coming very soon where people go back to normal life more and that means also shane. Show a lotta stuff. You know So i paid for this soundcloud account For another year or two thousand twenty one is paid. And but then. I'm not gonna continue with this soundcloud account. I mean it's going to still be there but there would only be three hours award your available because i'm not paying and the reason for this is that As i said. I don't consider receive feedback but it's actually more than that first of all I started to work with the making notes instead all putting everything online. Because i realized someone told me back in two thousand ten. Maybe you should listen to port-cost yourself and I think i got. I didn't understand what he was saying. There what he meant by. But because i think you've got to fend it or something but really the point is that it's more like my podcast or maybe more suitable for me to listen to and that's basically what i do. Today i make notes and i start with voice notes and I do. I have an iphone and then i take voice made note and then later i write.

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"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"wiki" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"Hello okay so. I'm doing a newport cost and i think that the spring is coming now to northern hemisphere. Where here here. Where i live and basically what i want to say i wall is that i'm Kind of planning to leave soundcloud as i said before. And what's the reason for this. Well basically i get. I get no feedback whatsoever from the listeners. So i don't eight. Seems like they're all sorts of people who listen to my podcast who are genuine listeners. In the sense that i can see where they listen from the seat. David listen from so. I can see that they The an i recognize the city. And i know is that there's there's someone coming back who seems to want to listen but i get no emails. I get no feedback whatsoever from this podcast and So i don't know relief. This is doing good. Or whatever if i should be doing this. Even this both cost so But basically what i've been doing lately is is state. I read my bible every day. My king james bible for an hour at least every day and i Listen to the ghost. I let the holy goes quick into me How how. I should live. And so on and i pray and so on and so i've found you know and we're now going into here in sweden. There's a major change that seems to be happening around now. Actually around the first of april two thousand twenty one and it's basically that The vaccination against colby has reached a level where the restrictions are andy or not really any. I think it's going to continue about the seeing a shame..

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Tape that: Dutch inventor of audio cassette dies at age 94

TechFan

04:45 min | 11 months ago

Tape that: Dutch inventor of audio cassette dies at age 94

"Let's jump into tech fan here since you know we. We just mentioned about recording stuff off the right. Yeah yeah kinda sad news and we're also doing this as part of our wookey. Trolling thing but I saw this i. I'm i'm kinda glad. I i saw you know five seconds while i was on a lunch break looking on my phone. I saw and i thought. Oh that'd be something we're talking about so go ahead. What well this is This is the guy who invented tightly. Walton's died at the ripe old age of ninety four. Yeah a law people forget nowadays that philips the dutch company invented this stuff named ventured the compaq says as being the lead on the compact disc. It's funny his goal. I'm looking at the los angeles times. Obituary that you linked his goal is making tapes and their players. Far more portable and easier to use because. Look the cassette. Tape wasn't the beginning of Recording to a magnetic tape they had real to reel that that was invented and twenty three And they had a in recording studios in radio. Stations is early as the thirties and it was very complex stuff to use. This guy took that basic concept and although the tapes were a little different And he wanted he had. He carried a block of wood in his pocket and the goal was to have the player and a tape. Take up about same amount of space and you can't really argue with his success And think about you know he. He basically created an entire industry from his invention. So while we talk about this guy. Let's talk about the cassette tape as well. Because it's our wikipedia. Wiki trolling Commonly called the tape cassette cassette tape audio cassette or simply tape or cassette. It would to me. It was always those were always interchangeable. Do you got you got a blink tape you gotta cassatt you got you and you had really two kinds you had the prerecorded cassette which was records like. We were talking about earlier albums Do you remember the single cassettes. It would be one song young. Rip off to me. I think i had a couple of days. Oh everybody hype blank tape. Yeah it was just people people. Some people want to listen to singles call Yeah there's two things that conduct strikes strikes me about except tape. First of all is the miniaturization they something that was expensive and very fiddly a bake. There's something really was only yes. They're professionals or for very rich people. Yeah and they miniaturized it to something that the allowed portability and transform them the way we listen to music but the second thing for me. I you know anybody who's ever use cassette tapes now the every now and again there. We go wrong with tangled up in your player and it used to be the you know if a tangled up. Somebody's car you wonder. If sometimes you just wander around on the street or in accomplish something you need to see. The massive tangle of time resources obviously yanked out they call yanked till the bits that the come off and then and the end it was broken at that point and then just come thrown on the street when people to listenable A new see those long around but generally they were absolutely you know they were pretty reliable. Not particularly high quality but pretty reliable. And i think the reliability they built into that platform it really astonishes me more than anything else because it was completely mechanical and yet You ninety five percent the time. It was relatively flawlessly. It was introduced in september nineteen sixty. Three came in two forms already recorded content in prerecord content. Remember when you found out that you could stick a piece of paper or something in the little hole at the top and record over. A prerecorded tape mess right. Yeah that little tab out so you could. Nobody could record over that. That six you'd make you'd make a mix tape for someone. You had a bus. That little thing screwing up my mix tape. Technology was originally designed for dictation machines but improvements of fidelity led to the compact cassette to supplement the stereo eight track cartridge in reel to reel tape recording in most non-professional applications

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Collegiate Esports with UCI's Mark Deppe

Esports Network Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Collegiate Esports with UCI's Mark Deppe

"A very solid listener base for you to talk with Blossom. I think most people especially if they're following the ecology Sports feed are pretty familiar with the University of California or New Jersey. It's e sports program but we have a lot of people from the East Sports Network podcasts as well who might not be as familiar even after that introduction. So you see I was really held up as one of the early leaders in Collegiate Sports a lot of attention on the program from really the first days of it how have you felt that the program is a whole have you have you felt that the program is in a bit of a guiding position when it comes to the expansion of college sports cuz it feels like you guys are kind of at the Forefront of a lot of the different areas of Collegiate Esports. Yeah, I do feel that way when we started our program, you know, like like everybody else. We had a lot of questions. We didn't walk or doing. I think we did a few things that have been very notable that other people have looked at and and these are kind of things that I share with people when they they first call was a lot to school as I've talked to hundreds of schools and universities. It's become such a heavy time investment that we now have a Wiki that we share with all our frequently asked questions FAQ. Academic conference where we help teach people we're doing we've done webinars. So we definitely take that role seriously, but I think initially some of the things that really were groundbreaking was one. We we really identify pillars of our program what we were going to do our mission essentially. So we do five things we compete we support academics or research we engage with the community we create entertainment and we launch careers and so everything we do goes into those five things and we We Don't Stray outside of that too often because you can get distracted pretty easily. The other thing I think people really liked was our space that we built we didn't realize how important it was going to be. We needed a space for people to sit and to play it helped fund our program initially are are the arena which is powered by other powers you mentioned and not once we built that a lot of schools thought that was kind of required piece of the program. So a lot of people have come to look at our place toward our space to see what what they can build on their campus. So I would say those are two dead. That Drew people in and the third and final thing would just be UCI is just a really respected University. It's from all I can see the highest-ranked academic institution that offers suggestions for Esports from where a public university part of the most prestigious Public University system, and we're the only School in California. That's really this invest in these Sports. So a lot of jobs make a stand out and unique and because of our our position people have reached out to us and we've been happy and honored to share what we've learned and to be part of the thought leadership of the police force base. Absolutely. I think there's everybody any student who currently has a nice sport Three Dog campus or e-sports loud or place to crash just hang out and play video games. A lot of that is probably fakes to some of the the work done by by UCI and pushing this forward even at the University of Oregon when I was in school after birth. The iBuyPower Esports Arena had been announced there was no e Sports Lounge and I would back right before everything shut down due to covid-19. to adjust to what was going on and for those of you are familiar with Irvine U Irvine we don't have a football team we're one of the younger you see schools so long it's hard for us to distinguish ourselves among our peers like Berkeley and UCLA because we're just so much younger and newer and so I think e sports are viewed by money and a lot of our campus leaders is something that makes us unique makes a school of First Choice so if you're a gamer if you want to compete and you also are really smart student California you see I might be your top choice and there are a lot or cidar few other programs or services or attributes of Campus that can say that that they make you see is school First Choice definitely the leaders don't have any football program that stuff to hear that such a great mascot I would love to see yeah it's been a point of contention for many years but at this point it's a dog too expensive to start up and we probably be good anytime soon if we did well yeah it's showed

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U.K. judge rejects U.S. request to extradite WikiLeaks' Julian Assange

Atlanta's Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. judge rejects U.S. request to extradite WikiLeaks' Julian Assange

"Rules on extraditing Wikileaks founder Julian Massage to the U. S Judge has just ruled that Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the U. S because of fear. Is that the wiki leaks founder may commit suicide. US prosecutors expected to appeal today's ruling yes, reporter Vicki Barker says Massage faces espionage charges for posting a leaked U. S military and diplomatic documents. He spent years an asylum of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. Atlanta police

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Ex-Bill Clinton aide Doug Band dishes on family ties to Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell

News Radio 920 AM Programming

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Ex-Bill Clinton aide Doug Band dishes on family ties to Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell

"Guy Doug band, he's used to be an aide to what to Bill Clinton. And I think the name sounds vaguely familiar. It's probably because some of the stuff that came another wiki leaks. Was him talking about? I'll had done he had set up this money machine with the Clinton Foundation was very interesting, interesting memo that he put out and he expected to get more money because his check shut hid the set up this amazing Racket. Excuse me. It was a foundation, a charity. It wasn't a racket. And apparently, he really didn't like Chelsea Clinton because you know, she was just a spoiled rich kid as far as he was concerned, And so now, all these years later, after the after the wiki leaks came out and his memos were made public. He's given a big interview to Vanity Fair. I guess he's trying to sell a book. It's the front page of the New York Post today. About how how many times that Bill Clinton went down to, uh, Epstein. So island Uh, on the low Vita express many more times than Bill Clinton has claimed and apparently bring. It was so bad that band wouldn't even go on the flights because he knew what was going on. But, you know, we kind of suspected that all along the most interesting thing I found in the interview. Was that he said that you know, they lied about how much Chelsea was paid by NBC 600,000 when she was an intern, Doug Band, the Former aide Close aide to Bill Clinton says she was paid $1.2 million.1.2 million dollars as an intern.

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As Tanzania Votes, Many See Democracy Itself on the Ballot

Monocle 24: The Globalist

08:18 min | 1 year ago

As Tanzania Votes, Many See Democracy Itself on the Ballot

"Tons Anita went to the polls yesterday to vote in an election overshadowed by opposition complaints of irregularities such as ballot box, stuffing President John Maga. Fully who is accused of stifling democracy seeks a second term in office alongside fourteen other candidates talk to Dan. Padgett is electoral politics at the university. Of Aberdeen, he specializes in political communication through mass rallies and populist and nationalist ideologies in Tanzania and joins me on the line. Now Don Tanzania's long been thought of in the West is a a haven of stability within east Africa but I mean this isn't necessarily the case and I. I wonder if you could sketch out the political dynamic there, the ruling party's been in power since nineteen sixty one. Yes that's right. It's is the longest ruling party in sub. Saharan Africa. The political dynamic in Tanzania has been one of the ruling Kanzi, CCM's decline over the last fifteen years. Reaching a low point in two thousand fifteen where it where the margin of victory was. The fittest is ever been. Since then President Michel, Foodie, it came to kyle and that's election has led Tanzania. Very shot an increasingly extreme offered Harry. Intern. And we weren't sure how just how? Radical that authoritarian agenda would be and the election this we're just getting results from now suggests that it is as bad as any of us feared as so the opposition allegations of vote rigging, etc do stand up. Well. So. Of course, normally I would turn to international election observers. Attorney to arbitrate these claims to decide which to give credence in which not to give credence. Unfortunately, we can't almost no international election observers. Were invited and those that were invited were. Invited at our so Given that and given the advantage of the opportunity that this creates the ruling party the elections it's hard not to give at least prima facie credence to these opposition claims especially given the the wide range of anecdote to. Video and photographic evidence that I've seen an which which I've been collecting these last twenty four hours, and of course, zipping a social media crackdown various restrictions on the press. Has Been, a crackdown all over and and for the last five years. So in many ways, the the rigging receipt which we've been seeing apparently seeing of the next twenty four hours. Is. Really just the icing on the authoritarian cake. There's extreme. Media Censorship rallies have been banned and consider route the rally. The most important means of communication tends to emotional time about seventy percent of people attend local meetings on a regular basis and attend election campaign rallies they were they were abandoned twenty sixteen and indeed the opposition at large have. Hottest. Struggle underneath. Almost constance. Of States and extra state harassment in includes trumped up court cases but also extrajudicial. So extra state attacks. Unknown assailants that have arrested some abductors killed. And in fact, one of the main challenges has recently returned to the country after recovering from gunshot wounds. That's right. So tenderly series is. Presidential. Candidate is the largest opposition party in Tanzania. and. So that's Experience of being of surviving attempted assassination attempt has has given. US already in very impressive political figure a sort of a sparkle. Some people referred to him as a living miracle. But of course, we don't know the results. Yes. But we all seeing violence particularly in Zanzibar. Zanzibar the autonomous. ARCHEPELAGO's Zanzibar, which is a federally devote area of 'em. Into UK. Has has often seen electoral violence. We saw it in ninety five and two, thousand and thirteen, thousand, five and twenty fifteen and actions by varying degrees. So in in some ways, this is a return to form It's not. The recurrence of violence is is. Seems to be because the opposition has probably one in sensabaugh almost every time. But they've never officially one out one means or another has always been used to not in the that's the that's the the scholarly consensus on. Politics what's different? This time I think is that there's violence on the mainland as well. So this is no longer an issue of contained physical violence in Zanzibar. There have been a series of incidents including. What appears to be an attempt to a to attack the chairman of the leading opposition party on the eve of the elections. So that's one difference the other is considered. No money there is. A. Sporadic protests violence and in return state brutality, police army heavy-handedness in putting down those protests that the protests have often been. Constrained and sporadic because they have not been condoned led. By, by the leaders of the opposition there, there are indications that this could be different this time one of the reasons for that is. The, the rhetoric is different. The leader of the opposition in Zanzibar say amount has been say had has been saying that in the past he's held his supporters back. He's been of restraint, and at this time he he won't urge restraint to newly sue has said that he will. Bring people out onto the streets and consider the state of the opposition behind because it seems like this might be the last stand in a sense that vikings they can make, and so they they don't have that say incentive to hold back this time and say the keep up how to drive the next time. Just finally before we go, do you think that this is part of something that we're seeing across parts of Africa there is a younger demographic. They were all born after independence that not prepared to accept authoritarian rule the just coming to the age where they are protesting we're seeing it in Nigeria within saws and in various other places could this be the the Africans spring. My sense is if there is African spring to come, it will come off and an Wiki will extend. Mexico an authoritarian winter. The trend on that strikes me is that a number of leaders are emerging in an intense Aena in Zambia. In other parts of the consonant, which bear a striking resemblance to this sort of authoritarian. Developmental. Nationalists of is so The there's a young population I are angry. But in fact, I think the trend seems to go the other way. And results. When can we expect those? So the first also are already dripping in and they show. That a series of opposition strongholds, there's places that you would never expect or or at least likely. To expect to go to a to the ruling party are being won by then by margins of three to one, which suggests that the the the rigging. Being worried about maybe taking place typically a Tanzanian election result takes three or four days that was related end and announced especially with the presidential elections but. So far. This is actually has been crisis already.

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How to Best Use Podcasts for Influence and Profit

Book Marketing Mentors

06:02 min | 1 year ago

How to Best Use Podcasts for Influence and Profit

"Welcome to book marketing mentors the Wiki podcast where you'll end proven strategies, tools, ideas, and tips from the Masters Every Week Countries Utah Marketing Mazda, who will share their expertise to help you market and Selma books. Today my special guest is known as the podcasting Queen. Anne Marie Cross loves learning, starting and launching you creative products and being involved in multiple things at any one time. She's CEO and founder of the ambitious entrepreneur podcast network and industry. Thought Leader Academy communicate. Now A- put 'cause production and consulting agency works with businesses to create and produce their podcast series and podcast platform. So they can become known as an influential voice in their industry. She is the author of industry thought leader how to go from. Invisible too influential and profitable with Pud cost all the way from Melbourne Australia and Marie an absolute pleasure. It is to welcome you to the show and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mentor. Thank you season at such an honor to be here with you today I love talking to other part Kosters. We can really get into some nitty gritty hair and especially the fact that your over ten thousand miles away. That's even more incredible. Technology that we have effing Egypt's Today's just amazing. I know I, mean you sound the same as I'm speaking to somebody who is in the next state over so Any Ben anne-marie let's get down to business here. I am outsor- fascinated to know that us. podcasting twelve years ago when podcasting was just getting started it was in its infancy what attracted you to doing podcasting. That takes me back right back to two thousand and eight, and that was when the global financial crisis hit worldwide. I was working in the career industry back then as a career coach personal branding strategist and we had clients all over the world and a colleague, and I was so disillusioned at the doom and gloom that many of the mainstream media platforms. So at that stage which talking print which. Walking Radio and television were talking about the June gloom and it was impacting people's psyche renewed things we talk we knew things would not impossible. There was certainly hyped. So we said you know what we need to be the voice of hope and inspiration amongst all of this Damon Gloom and let's dot in a line radio show back. Then really the word podcast wasn't used as frequently actually for years. Off We did stop podcasting people. What's a? So thankfully, we've gone full circle lots more people. Now know what a podcast is and have one which is wonderful. We did that for two years to really bring different strategies and what people needed to do in order to really position themselves in a tough market place and we did that for two years. He kind of my co-host went one way and. And I continued working war with entrepreneurs and you know brandon getting them online but voice had a podcast as part of my Business Strategy Marketing Rachel of that and Nats. Gone. Full Circle, where I'm on helping other business owners to really set their platforms up but building rage building that reputation as a trusted authority in Italy their revenue using their podcast as a major component to support them enjoying that. An, excellent as you know, I mean most of the listeners hair of authors, nonfiction authors, few fiction authors oldest to a and many of them have thought about or thinking about doing a podcast. If that's the case, where would they stop with this process? Yes, and it's not often where many people think they should start people often tell what piece of technology what bought abased microphone one of the things. That I specially, if you're looking at building rage building that reputation as that go to and in your industry or even if you wanting to elevate the brand winners of your book, You have to stop with your end in mind and guy doing that you're very clear on outcomes and then you can implement the right strategy the right steps to be able to support you in achieving the goal and. One of the myths that I often Sigheh Susan is that your microphone should not be the first thing. In fact message before Michael Model, a microphone is dying to make the difference because if you think about your message are now we have so many more podcasts I mean we're ivory million now, which is still relatively a small number compared to how many blogs and how many and emails going out. 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A global movement to solve global problems

TED Talks Daily

05:01 min | 1 year ago

A global movement to solve global problems

"For years I have been working on a simple idea for humanity to tickets. Next leap ahead, we need to work together across borders to so global issues. In, the modern world new water bora can protect us from crisis. We have no other choice but to unite. And we need to do it fast in two thousand, sixteen I was devastated by the UK's decision to leave the European Union. I'm French for me. The EU is more open and global. Society. But sudden, these be shuttered and I wasn't feeling this way. My partner Andrea who's Italian and Damian a German friend also called the shock of seeing the world turning inward. We realized that despite being from three different countries, we witnessed the same challenges migration fluids being dealt with an inhuman. Mana. Climate Change. Well, how you employment And we also had the same hopes and dreams in everyday lives. We also realized that to SUV European issues the outdated model of always national interests I had to go. So we decided to act for a few months we west on the idea of launching votes, the first pan-european political movements, and then naturally we told facebook friends. And a lot of them responded saying that were up the challenge and wanted to help. People started holding small community meetings in parks, universities, and pubs to discuss common future and shed their solutions to the continent's biggest problems. We mobilized tens of thousands of people across twenty eight European countries, two years in. Damian was elected to the European Parliament on the campaign run by volunteers across borders on the idea that we just from together. We should that by collaborating across borders by nineteen and acting as one, we could start changing how people think. With the first ones to attempt something of this scale and to succeed despite this after the European elections in May two thousand and nineteen on drown I looked into, which is an asked that frank question that you never want to ask. Once you have what two years would something that actually worked out is this enough? No it wasn't. We knew that today's urgent challenges and not just your but global. We also knew that we couldn't even attempt to solve them by only focusing on Europe. A continent that represents less than ten percents of the world's population John Lying issue is that the way we see the world and the way the world works who mentally wrong. In. The span of two generations to what has changed more than in the previous twenty thousand years we can lend on the moon. We can wake up and Shane Guy in Gutu better in New York, we have access to a huge amount of information all the time every way. But we still see the world as I meet Ceti but issues like covid nineteen, climate, change migration, fiscal justice, human rights mean that we need to think and united beyond national borders. A global approach is needed to solve them. Countries need to collaborate share resources, information and solutions. It's not just the right thing to do, but it's also the smart one. So in the weeks following dungeons election on brand I decided that we would create a global movement to unite people beyond borders and so those issues that concern us all. We, call it now because we're not very creative and because it needs to happen now. So I know that going beyond national borders is not the easiest thing too. So here's the framework that has been guiding our work. I could think unites and it forward I. We need to change the way we think about the world whether we like it or not already live in a globalised world we need to stop thinking within national frameworks and start thinking globally take, for example, how we think about taxation. Multinational companies like facebook or Amazon or radio operate across borders but they pay very little taxes in very few countries because we think of them within national frameworks and as a result, we lack a global tax system due to this country's are deprived of at least five, hundred, billion dollars annually. Five hundred billion dollars to put it in perspective half of amount of money we could put an end to global hunger for one year, but we don't. Because of the way, we think about the world. At now, we want to change this. We connect people from all across the world who discuss work together and understand that global is the new normal and that they have more in common than what separates them. We host wiki events in which we discussed topics such as lgbt rights, pandemics, fiscal justice, or mental health. We've breakdown. This book challenges to see how they impact people in various parts of the world and I met this have already shown a global thinking actively rallying governments to solve those issues like ensuring a fetish abuse of vaccines across the. World.

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Plants Engineered to Remove Indoor Air Toxins

Talking Biotech Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Plants Engineered to Remove Indoor Air Toxins

"Welcome to the talking biotech podcast. It's Wiki podcast about agriculture and medicine with him emphasis on biotechnology and the good things we can do for people and the planet. My Name's Kevin fulltime professor and. Science. Communicator. Worries about your understanding about science and about some of the major issues which new technologies can play an important role and today we're going to revisit a episode. We did last year, we're speaking with Dr Stewart, Strand from the University of Washington civil and Environmental Engineering Program, and we're going to re-explore his air purifying plants. So there's been some developments over the last year or so that are really important. So welcome back to the PODCAST. Dr Strand. Thank you. Yeah. It's really nice that you're back because this was an intriguing topic to me. And maybe we need to start fresh for listeners. But back in twenty nineteen, you talked about plants that could remove impurities from indoor air. and. Why do you think that this is necessary and is it really a problem? Yes, it really is a problem Our homes are contaminated with gashes. Chemicals such as Benzine and Formaldehyde. ACURA. Lead chloroform is president are indoor air, and these are all either proven or probable human carcinogens. So these are important even at very low levels that they occur in the hall mainly because our most vulnerable populations, children, and older people as well. spend all their time in the home and are exposed to these chemicals continuously. Okay where do they come from? Well busy comes from fuel storage in attached garages. Lawn more fuel gasoline contains a lot of busy and can get out of the tank even with voters car Benzine also comes from outdoors. It also comes from cigarette smoking or any kind of smoking and the home. Sometimes, Campbell's can emit. And It's approved human carcinogen chloroform an interesting one with chlorinated municipal water performance farm from the chlorination process and reactions with trace organic compounds, maybe water and that chloroform which is a probable human carcinogen. Is a mid into the air when you use hot water in the hold like showering or or washing of. Procedures Machines admit chloroform into the air FORMALDEHYDE. A lot of people are familiar with that. It comes out of the glues we used in pressboard carpets and so I'm but it also comes from things like smoking and cooking. In the home too so that at that's hard to avoid. And do you think that our big push to have more energy efficient homes? You know we're we're getting double pane windows and really good insulation around our doors and thresholds that don't leak is this just exacerbated the problem? A yes. It has as well recognized to be a part of the problem of that. Don't have as much Eric's change in a lot of the homes. That we that have been retrofitted with installation. That we should have there should be frequent air exchanges in the home and. Even. Those though will Lee some of these residual gaseous compounds. Okay. So we have this problem of at least some level of. Volatile compounds that are present inside of our indoor air that may be there exceedingly small amounts, but still represent some finite risk and. Now, you have a solution to help clean those out a just with plants that have been specifically engineered to deal with those chemistries. So remind me again about the first invention which was both those eighty what what is that in? How does it work? Well Pathos Ivy. The last name is the criminal Maurya around the trunk as tropical plant. Many people have it in their homes. It's also called Devil's Ivy in some places And it is very common house plant very easy to grow It doesn't flour in the home So it's a less of a bio safety risk in the ecology and. It is a house plant that is rare in the fact that it has been genetically modified.

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UK Judge Rejects Bid to Delay Assange Extradition Hearing

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

UK Judge Rejects Bid to Delay Assange Extradition Hearing

"Judge has rejected a request by lawyers for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to delay his extradition hearing until next year to give them more time to respond to US allegations that he conspired with hackers to get classified info. The move came as a Sanja appeared in a London court today to fight American prosecutors attempt to send him to the US to stand trial. The United States has indicted the 49 year old on espionage and computer misuse. Charges over Wiki leaks Publication of Secret Military document It's Assange's lawyers say the prosecution is a politically motivated abuse of power.

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Canary's Royal origin story

Risky Business

07:58 min | 1 year ago

Canary's Royal origin story

"Just aim and make that the problem that needs solving what they tell us about how you re right because you actually had a pretty interesting off between. Okay. So we've talked about the thing I'm so sorry this is turned into your life by the way. I mean, look for those of you who are listening I mean you can probably guess that her brain and I. A friends and I'm friends also Hula and I'm friends with Shell like I. Love these guys and I just think the history is is really interesting which is why I'm bothering to draw it out in podcast, but you didn't just go straight from. Straight from post into into things, canary thinks had a previous incarnation. Really. Tell us about that. So. So it's actually interesting because leaving things I knew that we wanted I wanted to try to build a product company. and. My earlier hope was actually slightly more ambitious than that of multiple products ends vision of you just buildings and then split them off and they'll go become companies on their own. And one of the things you figure out as that everything you build actually takes a whole bunch of efforts to get it to market I. didn't know the product that we wanted to build yet. So lost left sense post roll already headed huggy up version of multi go and so he went it's today did on that and made it better and better and better and when I left I had like four or five ideas. One of them was a west of believe it or not. One of them was like, how can we detect badness on this thing? One of them were solving? Remote Password resets as lame as that sounds like the Susan unsolved from a short list of them. And my plan was to find customers could pay me to solve that problem for them with understanding that I could then resell that as a product and and so instead of raising money said I'd go to a customer and say, Hey, this is a big problem for you pay me the bullet for you and after I bullet for them might sell it to other people and so we we tried a few problems and then there's a division in the because one of the first customers that actually did stuff like this fall we built aversion Ibuka version of wikileaks for Ozier, Jazirah. I'm really surprised that you actually a named that because I was prepared to ask you a question about the work you did for I broadcast because this is not something you've really spoken about publicly before is it? No I haven't. Not for a huge secret, but but just because like like generally customer names adjust not what? You did a lot of work for Aljazeera for quite a bit. And I were interfacing with very senior people in that organization. So. So what happened was it started with a friend of mine who worked there said that they needed or they were interested in wikileaks prod program, and this was way early when Wiki leaks was the darling of journalism soap. So you took this is when wikileaks was cool. It wikileaks was cool and all the journalists wanted them and already aljazeera was saying they wanted own platform where people could leak stuff to them. So I spoke to them a little bit and we actually bought a really cool thing for them like like considering when it was. Tells you. It's age it was a Java applet that loads on the client machine. Would negatively tool and natively PGP. Of with the logic that the stuff you want to leak never leaves your machine without being encrypted with a key that's never shown on the Internet. So on your machine gets encrypted and by the time, it reaches the Sava it's natively toward. So the Selva doesn't know who sent it. You can just pull that stuff off the server end up PG peaks update later on and what year was this This was twenty, ten, late twenty ten. So. So it was super cool an and advantage for but. And while I was doing it the whole of Egypt solution habit and I was looking at the at. Aljazeera. Win when Egypt cell. And Up Ultra Zito got taken off the edge and at the time what what I figured out just by accident by being there was that datebook that security meant having a file and here was all that was covering a what was becoming a Adam Spring. But literally, they had zero reveal understanding of security of like everything you can think off flat network and also it's such an interesting business model right? Like like everybody hits the John Lewis but journalists literally have. Some journalists have all the interests of a full blown spies except they publish everything end. Actually vamping up in cotton wool isn't the solution because putting stuff out there is what they do. So, ended up speaking to the general a at the time and. I proposed a bunch of products that I said we could vote for them again with the view to these would be great products A. Outside. And we agreed on a contract where we could hold a bunch of things like how would you know you owned? If you were journalists how would you know that your devices will own stuff like? And the interesting thing is he said look you can do this as long as you come over here to Doha welcome at you. And a at the time it was just my wife and I we said Okay let's let's go do a Doha holiday and see how that works. It turned out to be super interesting. Of An and when I got there, I saw the breath of their problems. And they then went through management changes like a a new data general came in who turned out to be A. Royalty and he was more interested in locking stuff down and at that point I said to them hey, listen he does these projects that we're doing for you but I'll leave. And he said look, can you build also security team and so? Essentially, what I did at that point, and at that point things was just me. So, I had the ability to and I said okay. Hired their team that team up and and something? That's that's not spoken about in the Canadian origin story is after I bought that team and left them like at still periodically. Not so much consult for them as as like give advice to some of the executives like like the head of the new media division or the head of ED Technology Division. and would canetti pitched idea to them of dropping honeypots as as a way to get insight into the new. Satellite Networks and they didn't implement normally they they used to do everything I'd say, and they didn't over two visits and that's when we started to figure the hold on these people want to do it. They just not getting around to doing. And we need to make these. Yeah. The problem that needs solving is is making this thing so easy that people who want to will do it. 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Why Are Potted Tomato Plants Wilting?

Your Gardening Questions

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Why Are Potted Tomato Plants Wilting?

"He also has a question which is very interesting. He Scott some beefsteak tomatoes that he's growing in pots. and. He's He's getting some green tomatoes and you know getting getting some harvest but he's he wonders why the leaves are always wilted any any says you know it's not moisture because he's very careful about you know he he waits until you know he sticks his finger down when they start to get dry a water them thoroughly leave him alone. Maybe just one to two times a wiki waters though so he's he's wondering if it isn't moisture wire the leaves wilting. No I'm not sure I can answer that however. They tomatoes and many other fruit fruit trees, and so on. Have to pump a tremendous amount of water to develop a fruit. And Tomatoes being quite watering I'm just simply guessing that there's maybe not enough route on them to peak to be able to pick up enough water to do the site well, the increase in size and tomato, and hopefully flavor to as well as keeping the league's going there comes another consideration and that is many many plants some that we don't pay much attention to because their. Leaves, hardened and states fairly stiff but eighty six degrees. If I remember correctly is the turnaround point where plants they don't die fortunately, they just shut down their their physiology turns around and and it shuts up what we'll call. Well, they are called stole mates on the bottoms and sometimes ops of the leaves and in some plants even on the stems to where the plant Preserves the water it is within, and then as water is still leaving the leaf to a certain degree and it's not being pulled through by the the normal action from route to top IT, they just may wield over and I'm betting that Bhai Ten thirty eleven o'clock at night they're starting to plump up again and by morning those leaves are probably and pretty much normal but by ten o'clock. In the morning when the sun hits them, which needs to do and then the winds and whatever they're just simply drying out beyond their capability to move water through. I'm guessing it's either or both of those things.

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"wiki" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"wiki" Discussed on WTOP

"Even the president does not claim that Stone is innocent of all these crimes on ly that he should not have been pursued in the first place, because all this stems from the alleged underlying conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia's so very interesting statement put out by the White House last night. And the reaction from Democrats has been swift. Tell us about that. Well, Trump says Stone was treated very unfairly. He now, of course, is a free man. But critics, including these Democrats in Congress, called this clear quid pro quo. A gross abuse of power on the part of the president. Just a quick review of how all this came to be back in 2016. Of course, Stone was the conduit between the Trump campaign and Wiki leaks, and Robert Mueller, the former special counsel indicated just a month ago that he now thinks that Trump lied to him in his written answers about this, and then stone lied to Congress to protect the president. And now AH jury convicted stone Trump is now sparing stone from prison again, Trump because all of this hoax And witch hunt Mohr collusion. Critics, of course say otherwise, and that's where things stand. And the president, of course, has not been afraid to use his power to grant clemency or two commutations before he's done quite a few of these. Well, he's done a ton of these mostly political allies. Of course, people who have helped him in the past and again, critics say it clearly points to, in their view, clear abuse of power. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said there seems to be there needs to be rather some sort of Ah law that prevents Fitting presidents from getting involved in cases that involved there Presidency directly. She points to the stone case as a clear example of that. All right. Thank you, Paul. Once again, that is analysis from U. S A today and Dow Jones columnist Paul Brand is also of West Wing reports. We have developing news out of Northern Virginia this morning. Ah Falk, here. County Sheriff's deputy was found unconscious on the side of the road last night outside Warrenton. Sheriff Bob Mosher says the on duty deputy was knocked out while clearing a hazard on old Waterloo.

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"wiki" Discussed on Les Bons Crus - Rap Hip Hop

Les Bons Crus - Rap Hip Hop

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"wiki" Discussed on Les Bons Crus - Rap Hip Hop

"Edges out that we come clean. Somebody issues need to be addressed. Like i mean like liberty bears. Let's keep rank on georgia. Wiki keep bringing up close together because they brothers from the green light day. We ain't stopping to hit the big screen because no one is free when we get back to nest eagles. People don't understand just like their parents. Don't be caring speaking about you. Play with that only up. Ucla wraps and sadie benton richest. Because you've got to get it but you went committees because you flop in these into driveways isn't in lovely. Smoking sloppy head on highways. As.

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"wiki" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"wiki" Discussed on AP News

"Wiki leaks, founder, Julian Assange is missed an extradition hearing AP's area shaklee reports it was apparently due to health problems. Neue guys pass told the court Assange was not very well. Assange, his forty seven years old isn't Belmarsh prison serving fifty weeks sentence for jumping bail in Britain while fighting expedition to the US, which accuses him violating the espionage act by publishing secret documents containing the names of confidential military and diplomatic sources Sweden. Also seeks in for questioning about an alleged rape which Zahn has denied. It's not clear which claim would take president's Syria shaklee London. First quarter growth estimates have been revised by the US government of it downward, but AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports. It's still a solid number for now. The Commerce Department says the economy grew at a solid rate of three point one percent in the first three months of the year. That's just slightly off its initial estimate of three point two percent. And still the strongest first-quarter gain since two thousand fifteen but there are signs of possible slowing ahead to factors in the rise, appear temporary unlikely to fade a big jump in stockpiling by businesses and a sharp contraction and the trade deficit for the current quarter. Economists are estimating growth will slow to less than two percent, and some worry the growing trade war between the US and China could further hinder growth. Ben Thomas Washington. Radio news. I'm jacking win. President Trump has capped a busy day with an announcement that he's slapping tariffs on Mexico, five per cent on all goods to start divorce that country to do more to stop Central American migrants from crossing into the US are micro say reports the president shared a video earlier to help make point US customs and border protection says more than one thousand vibrance crossed the border around four AM Wednesday near El Paso, Texas, the entire group crossed in about five minutes. President Donald Trump shared a video on Twitter, showing the migrants going underneath a chain link fence, they related picked up by border patrol agents. The president lashed out earlier at special counsel, Robert Muller for announcing that he had not exonerated, Trump in the Russia, probe and against Democrats who are calling for an impeachment inquiry dirty word. Dirty filthy. Disgusting. Word does house intelligence committee, chairman California, congressman Adam Schiff support impeachment. I'm not there yet, although the president seems to be doing everything in his power to get their and President Trump today addressed graduates at the air force academy in Colorado saying that America must rule the sky less the air force, and God bless America. A military judge has released navy seal from custody in advance of his murder trial in the death of an Islamic state prisoner. That's because Edward Gallagher's lawyers accused the prosecutors of misconduct for an effort to track defense lawyers. Emails, they say that violated attorney client privilege. There's been an execution tonight in Alabama Christopher price.

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"wiki" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"wiki" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Seventeen twenty eighteen sitting here, listening to the callers. Vehicle wiki. We keep we don't we don't resell. And we're looking at one of the two but here in Utah. Trigger something, what we're looking at twenty seventeen twenty eighteen or extreme fifty right? It'd be probably twenty nineteen and then turn around the end of the lease. Who've how many miles do you drive Ronnie? Make sure my wife doesn't put more. Here's, here's the problem with your plan. If you're gonna if you're gonna keep it for a long time, and you lease it, I, you'll you'll have three years of a really nice monthly payment at the end of that three years, you're gonna pay the residual value, that's on the contract, and you know that up front, but then unless you've got the cash, you can end up financing that residual value. And most people go for five years, so you end up with eight year note, and a lot of interest in just don't think that's a good idea. The other problem is in Texas. When you buy your own lease car, you've got to pay sales tax again stupidest. That sounds that's the law. So you end up getting double-taxation did then we're double taxation. I hate that too, I you know, if it were main, I knew, I would want to keep it. I think you're on the right track going with the CPO, and I would buy up front and forget the lease in your case, Jerry. Thank you Roddy, be sure and talked to lies Apostol. She is the general manager at Alexa, clear, like you'll find her info on our website, under certified dealers, Ronnie. She is an awesome gal and they do. They do a ton of Sapio. They do a lot of leases upfront, especially on our three fifty and so at the three year Mark, those are all coming back. That's about right now. You're gonna start seeing some twenty sixteen and seventeen come back off lease and the CPO warranty with Lexus. It's fantastic. I think that's the way for you to go. Getting the wrong vehicle is like marrying the wrong person. The right car now at one eight hundred ninety six seventy seven seventy seven. I heart radio station, news, ninety three point one KFC Kay. I'm in Jellico, Obioha, news ninety three point one. K. F B, K R, top stories, the union representing Sacramento city. Teachers is postponing a one day strike plan for next Wednesday. The decision comes as state superintendent, Tony Thurmond,.

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"wiki" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"wiki" Discussed on KTRH

"Balance of antioxidants and plant based fiber for amazing sugar control bio box today. I love WikiLeaks. These Wiki leaks WikiLeaks WikiLeaks as confirmed just today, by Wiki leaks. Amazing what's coming out onto WikiLeaks? They want to distract us from WikiLeaks wonder what WikiLeaks has done a job on our we've learned so much from what we love what you have really WikiLeaks WikiLeaks WikiLeaks IV this WikiLeaks is fascinating. Reveling just days for the democratic convention in Philadelphia. Lookie leaks is exposing the Democratic Party for the frauds that they really are supporting sample. He'll be claim that she never sent more received across information the DNC maintain that it was entirely neutral throughout the primary process. Never tried to slander Bernie Sanders. From leaks proves that that is a complete lie. Julian Assange is now preparing to release more leaked emails and this time he says they will provide enough evidence to indict Hillary Clinton. US media is being a conflation between years leaks. And. Democratic party. Two years. So there's direct evidence of media with the DNC a lot that's pretty damaging. National committee is neutral when it comes to this. Absolutely deplorable. This sort of that thing that people are attacking Donald Trump for during publican pride. Eric this wealthy on that flips down. Now, it's just the iceberg. Stead of biased five thousand emails, but best Coleen, we're gonna take you. We're gonna five whatever's last twelve Veon stupid too. Emails last forever. They're actually saying let's go cash because. Yes. Or maybe he's an atheist. Louis. You are listening to ground zero. The Wikki freaks. Arrested development Wicky break six huger the Wicky Wicky clicking around and Donald Trump. Not my he says. Meanwhile, Julian Assange goes to jail. And you know, we wonder just what's gonna happen next. Because you know, this is something where we could get more files being thrown out there. We get more revelations. You never know. I mean, he's got you never know what's up Julian Assange sleeve, you don't know. What would happen? What informs he has what hackers would do something for him. You don't know. And this is like this the beginning. I think I think we'll be hearing more about this go to Jack in California hijack ground zero. Feeling also is that you could say that right now, Julian Assange is almost like being held hostage, and I would expect it Wicky leak and or anonymous is going to launch some type of revenge attack probably some kind of cyber attack or maybe releasing damaging information until they get Julius solid released..

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"wiki" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"wiki" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lots a Wiki Bloomberg podcast hosted by Joe Weisenthal, and Tracy Alloway odd lots explores everything from how the Seinfeld TV show can teach you about economics to why the Federal Reserve blundered by letting Lehman Brothers fail. The ALDE lots podcast available. Every Monday on the Bloomberg terminal, Bloomberg dot com. I teams soundcloud and whatever app you used to browse podcasts. Are you interested in a challenging at exciting career one where you can be part of solving complex challenges across industries and geographies? Bloomberg's ever-expanding technology data news and media services foster innovation empower clients over nearly limitless opportunities for career growth. Visit Bloomberg dot com slash careers today to view our current job opportunities. Bloomberg LP is an equal opportunity employer. The address once again is Bloomberg dot com slash careers. Did you know that Bloomberg surveillance now has a daily podcast every weekday? Bloomberg's Tom Keene and Jonathan Farrow, speak with the world's smartest experts on subjects including economics, finance investment, and international relations the surveillance podcast available. Every day by noon eastern on the Bloomberg terminal, Bloomberg dot com. IT soundcloud and whatever app you prefer to use to browse your favorite podcasts. As the global financial sector was hurtling headlong into a crisis a network of brokers and traders from Wall Street's leading firms engineered a bolt financial conspiracy. At the center of it stood Tom Hayes, a young Englishman whose genius for math and obsessive personality made him a trading phenomenon and ultimately led to his downfall. Based on hundreds of interviews with unprecedented. Access to the people involved the fix from Wiley and Bloomberg press pulls back the curtain on the live or scandal. Available now in print and e book format. Hi, we're the Google dolls. We're fortunate that our daughters have what they need to grow and learn, but that isn't the case for nearly thirteen million kids in the US that struggle with hunger, childhood hunger is heartbreaking reality that. Feeding America is working to change each year. The feeding American network of food banks rescues billions of pounds of good food that would have gone wasted provides to families and children in need..

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"wiki" Discussed on AP News

AP News

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"wiki" Discussed on AP News

"And get twenty percents off in a predawn raid at his Florida home, presidential confidante. Roger stone was arrested in special counsels Russia investigation AP correspondent, Shelley Adler says stones accused of being involved with leaked emails. Roger stone was charged with lying to congress and obstructing the mother probe. He's accused of being a conduit between someone in the Trump campaign and Wiki leaks to facilitate the information that Wiki leaks had about. Hillary Clinton about the DNC. Former federal prosecutor David Weinstein on what is now the sixth. Trump aide charged in the mother probe. The question remains if these are the people that the president was surrounding himself with what does that say about him as both the candidate? And as the president shunning Adler, Washington. The International Monetary Fund says it's optimistic on Greece's growth and employment prospects for this year, but urged the government to stick to reforms to maintain the momentum in a report published following talks with officials in Athens. IMF officials said the better Greek economies such grow two point four percent. This year up from two point one percent in two thousand eighteen the report also argued the heavily indebted countries. Medium-term ability to repay its creditors. Mostly its European partners and the IMF remains robust. It added. However, the country remains vulnerable to a potential slowdown in the global economy and must press ahead with reform. Terms, particularly to make the labor market more flexible. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers are missing another paycheck AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Reports on how one of the Trump cabinets wealthiest members is facing criticism for being out of touch about the impact in a CNBC interview commerce secretary Wilbur Ross said he knows some unpaid federal employees are going to food banks. I don't really quite understand. Why wondering why they don't take out loans? Instead, the people might have to pay a little bit of interest. But the idea that paycheck or zero is not a really valid idea. Democrats are calling it tone deaf, and pointing to the president's owner barks about unpaid workers earlier this month, they'll make a Justice the president's often said without citing evidence that furloughed workers support his border wall push. Even if it means they don't get paid saga megani? At the White House, the shutdown and federal workers. I'm Tim Maguire within a newsman that President Trump agrees. A short term continuing resolution to end the partial government shutdown. Congressional negotiators at three weeks to work out a deal. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, please that we reach an agreement to reopen government now. So that we can have a discussion on how to secure our borders. Trump says any agreement has to include funding for his border wall having barriers fencing or walls, or whatever you wanna call. It will be an important part of the solution. EPA lawyer Kaylynn Castelli says the shutdown was painful. Definitely welcome getting paid.

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