23 Burst results for "Yara"

"yara" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

02:27 min | Last month

"yara" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"Speaking of therapy were onto yara. And jovi lovie lovie. But you know you're right though. I think they're just trying to create problems for the. This is not real. Because i think that they're not the only couple but they've they love each other. These two. yes. Yeah they love each other and i love yard except for that. She's by the pool. In white sneakers stairs so much side boob..

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"yara" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist

Your Presidential Playlist

07:23 min | 3 months ago

"yara" Discussed on Your Presidential Playlist

"Right you guys heard of here. That wasn't exactly a no hope. That safe but i do but i do appreciate that. You've been so candid particularly even in this conversation about being at a really low places like you know i think sometimes the heaviness of our existence I often think about blackness as resistance. I think about joy as resistance. But i also recognize that when you're a giver and when you're a mother and you're an activist you are giving and sometimes you're giving all of yourself. So what are some of the things that you're doing now to take care of yourself yourself care. What what are things that you're doing right now to protect you. Well i'll still take suggestions for sure. But i think it was Protecting where. I felt like i needed to use my voice. I think there's this double edged sword. Social media of not posting and being silent posting and being performative version hued as authentic extension of cell and opinions. And so i think part of it was that i realize i'm not the news. I'm here to amplify the causes in the movements by care deeply about and i want to be as impactful as possible in those faces Now i have a limit on my instagram. Try and limit. How much i'm on look at you like you're doing too much that scroll back. I'm back took no. You're just talking to your friend. Michelle house like our. But oh what i was saying. Basically that especially last year there was this moment of just trying to process the black death that was going on and then also being like. Did you hear about the forest fire and about the this thing. We don't care deeply about oh have you heard about this thing. It's also happening. And i found that trying to figure out how to be a voice or develop an opinion on something. One wasn't giving myself space. Even process how i felt but was undercutting. Just the natural things were doing all the time behind the scenes to be observance employed by taking that burden. Off of me in this expectation offers me of being like i. I'm not a new source. I don't aim to be one. But i aim to be able to walk in with a well thought out opinion and understanding of what's happening and hope be a suggestion. Maybe a suggestion that was really helpful or just be a good human. Yeah yeah so that was. That was really helpful. Because i think it also meant that i got to approach this public world with just a little more agency and then other things really i take. It takes constant reminding. Glad i write a my mom legacy. She reminds me to take care of myself but even a simple of getting enough protein. Because i know. I and i think most of us don't so i don't know your mom at all but i've read your mom's words and she stays with the like a good nugget i was like ooh i'm gonna try that so i just one. I appreciate how much you her. And how you ringer into spaces with you. And i have three girls and one little boy and hoping okay this is. This is a good relationship. So i just wanna give. I'm talking to give props to your mom today. So i know we're running out of time and i. I'm so thankful that you've been so gracious. With your time stacey. Abrams comma harris the most diverse. Cbc that we've had in ages we have juneteenth as a federal holiday. There is a lot to celebrate. How are you celebrating this weekend. I mean. I know that there's a lot of work to do. And like i'm reading what everybody is saying but i also just want to take a moment to just like find my black joy to find this moment where i recognize. It was twelve generations of black people who never saw freedom. You and i am the result of that work. I am their legacy and like now. We're here and so i'm gonna look. There's more work to do tomorrow. I'm going to get up. And i'm gonna do that work but today i'm going celebrate. So how are you gonna celebrate this weekend Well i know a lot of good food is always in star ungrateful. Because i've been able to see family some of our extended family for the first time in what feels like and is probably a year and a half and so just being able to lead into community right now and thinking about the timing of it all of now being in a space where. I'm grateful for my my family and friends being healthy and that we can convene safely in certain situations. It's been really wonderful time to be able to you to gather together with the people that kind of push us through all of these crazy moment and no mass. Like i can see the. I know what people's teeth look like again. Okay have you ever been able to guess what people's faces are like. Because everyone i've met during the pandemic mask i've not one festival looks like what i recognize. Is that if you really can't see below the cheekbones. You do not know what people look like so this time and time. It's like a whole new world. I'm like oh and people are so much either taller or shorter than i've ever imagined i meet them in public. I'm like wow really short so say that about me too. Oh man okay. i'm sorry anyway. Thank you so much for coming on today. Thanks for joining us on your political playlists. I'm michelle trudeau rondo. You were the amazing yarra. I mean i can't say the one place to catch you. 'cause you're either like designing with adidas your own black ish your own greenwich which i love by the way. I mean. there's not one place to find you. But i just thank you for doing the work that you're doing into be the light that you are I'll leave you with this. One of my Feminists she rose taxes. Katie geneva cannon says you must do the work your soul calls out to do and it's clear that you've been doing that work and you give it all back to ask so just know that we love you where you for that. Thank you so much. I will continue to listen. Thank you for having me on. I really appreciate this conversation. All right bank this season by. Thank you for listening to this episode of our political playlist. Don't forget to follow us on instagram. At your political playlist where you can see video of my interviews and join us. Live to ask questions during future ones for more from michelle. You can follow her on instagram at michelle. Wgn wando join us every week for smart bite. Conversations with women at the seat of power and activism subscribe. And if you like us leave us a rating and comment others. No talk to you next time..

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Why Australia just changed one word in its national anthem

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Why Australia just changed one word in its national anthem

"New call to tweak Australia's national anthem. More on that from CBS is Debra Rodriguez. Weeks after high school student Olivia Fox sang the national anthem in the indigenous Yara language at a rugby match. She may have to learn a new version in a Sydney Morning Herald op Ed Prime Minister Scott Morrison proposes changing the song by one word. In the first line for we are young and free would become for we are one and free to recognize Australia's indigenous history. The move is already gaining support across political parties. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News the song Advance Australia Fair was written back in 18 78 became a national anthem in 1984 replacing God Save the Queen.

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Pampering Your Skin and Clove

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

04:42 min | 1 year ago

Pampering Your Skin and Clove

"Samantha. Thank you so much for being here with us again this month. This is a topic that I am so excited to talk about. Thanks for having me. This is one of my favorite topics. So I think one of the biggest questions around this topic is, can I actually put essential oils on my face? I think that is I. Mean. That's a massive question that a lot of people ask me actually. because. A lot of people are you know maybe a little timid little frightened and not sure how they can use them safely and I want to dive into all of that because like I mentioned this. My personal favorite, this is my favorite topic to talk about is as skincare and applying essential oils to your face and really utilizing all the benefits. Like I mentioned safety is something that super important to follow. Here we talk about safety with internal using air matic used topically, US is very important to it's very important to pay attention to the essential label and the usage online. So when you go to dot com on each product page, you'll see these little icons it there. You'll see a couple of different ones. There's N. for need ask for sensitive defoe dilute. It will also say if it's safe to use a aromatic re topically or internally. So. Pay attention to that because we do carry some oils that are considered hot wheels, and those are usually marked with a dilute which means you want to be cautious and careful using those. topically I personally avoid using any of the dilute Wales topically just because I am very sensitive skin and any of the S or sensitive oils I always direct with the carrier. Oil and then with some of the oils, I even have I with them as well on my skin because it's a little more sensitive. So keep in mind your own personal sensitivity everyone else around you as you're using oils on your kids on her family members and you know just play around with different carrier oils on different spots, the skin on lots of your face. So, with that, what are some of the oils that you recommend as using as part of my skin care routine? Like I mentioned, each person's skin has its own individual needs insensitivities like you might have more normal dry skin, and so you could play around with Yara Palm or even rose rose meant to help balance moisture levels in your skin. So if you have more normal dry skin rose could be a good fun. Some. Quick additions for normal to oily skin could be geranium tea tree even hd. Clear. So we have our are skincare blends, right? HD clear 'EM mortell. Those are specifically created for certain people. Skin types of HD. Clears from problematic uneven skin texture and immortalized for aging skin. It also can be used on the skin to help decrease signs of aging one thing I like to do as well as look at the ingredients and blends or skin care products I know in love and identifying essential oil that I think might be advantageous to my current skin concerns. I love that looking at what you already use and what works for you then going from there. I think that's a wonderful idea. So how do I go about incorporating essential oils into my routine at what point and my applying the essential oils? That's a great question, and again, that kind of changes from person to person once you've identified essential oil. And think about how it will benefit your skin. I try to use it consistently for at least a couple of weeks within this timeframe for me. I. Often can tell if the oil will benefit my skin or not. William China nail down the win of SCAP location like you mentioned it can depend on the benefit looking for is a spot treatment at moisture like we talked about or even skin cleansing. So each of these can be applied at different times you're looking for skin causing benefits may be petri into your skin cleanser in you know used twice a day at the beginning at the rebate or a spot treatment take some turmeric and apply that I like spot treatments personally at the end of the day or you're gonna bad because then you'll have to smell like oils all day if you don't want to. that it also, you're not worried about maybe flying over top of them or walking around with essential oil who face. So spot treatments I would sit of the day skin cleansing throughout the day whenever you can skin added moisture could be added to your moisturizer at the beginning of the day or at the end of the day depending on how strong of an additional moisturizing effect you're looking

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Retail Futurist Doug Stephens on How Coronavirus Will Shift Consumer Behaviour

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Retail Futurist Doug Stephens on How Coronavirus Will Shift Consumer Behaviour

"Don I am Ron how are you? I'm very well how you very good thank you. You're joining us from Toronto today. What's the mood like over there moments It's there's definitely a very odd feeling in the air Many of the places that one normally frequents in the morning. Whether it's a coffee shop or restaurant You know even the roads. Frankly are just a lot less busy than usual. And there's definitely a just this this sort of over arching feeling that there's something going on you know it's it's Kinda weird. Actually I was thinking you know. It's it's oddly. Like the feeling I had after nine eleven. You know that that they're sort of A little bit of a state of shock. People aren't quite sure how to react. A businesses are very much in a wait and see kind of posture. And so yeah. It's a really weird feeling. We only have one hundred sixty cases here right now but as just telling. Yara that our prime minister is now in self corentin because his wife was Was diagnosed with the virus. So when the leader of your country is in self quarantine it sort of drives the point home that there's something going on I mean and it also makes it a more human story. I mean yesterday Tom. Hanks revealed that he and his wife had somehow contracted the virus in Australia. It really makes all of US UNDERSTAND THAT. This is going to touch people everywhere and there are no borders and are no socioeconomic barriers for who famous people are going to get it. Every people we know are going to get it. So it's like I think it's really bringing that home. I agree The virus clearly doesn't discriminate and and it's also something that you know for for once politicians can't just point to and say well it's fake news. It's not really happening. Don't believe your eyes and ears you know the the virus doesn't It is clearly doesn't take sides and it's not political and you're quite wrong it's going to touch all of us in some way shape or form will just just an update on the state of affairs In the world right now just so we can take stock. I mean global sporting events have been canceled. Nhl NBA even the Premier League here in the UK. They've all kind of either cancelled or postponed their seasons. Italy has become a real flash point in our Italian friends are in on in our minds and our hearts at this time. Because I think you know the situation. There is extremely difficult at the moment. It's you know it's the new flashpoint in this global crisis Maybe where China was a a month or so ago An in your I mentioned China. It seems for. I'm hearing from our community in China. Things are starting to slowly return to normal. People are feeling cautiously optimistic. That as they go back to work new things will start to take over and people will start to return to normal life. I think there's a bit of a fear that you know. Now that everyone is GonNa be coming out of their quarantine that the virus could spread it band so I think be cautious and here in the UK you know. We've all been told that if anyone has any symptoms of any kind you know regardless of whether they've traveled or not people should isolate themselves for for seven days in stay home so you know it's it's what's interesting is like there's different ways you know they're saying we're four weeks behind Italy here and so I bet you know to see different parts of the world going through this in different stages which which kind also leads me to the conversation I wanted to have with. You are retail profit. Doug which is you know. While of course this is a very important and critical human story. And there's a there's an element of this that's extremely extremely challenging on on a human level. There's also a big business story here. Which is you know. How is all of this? The changes in behavior the changes in the way people are feeling and the changes in literally. The way we're going to be leading our lives. How is that Oakland impact shopping and retail Minnaso-? I thought your comparison to nine eleven was really interesting because many of us will recall. We didn't really understand what was happening because it happened. All of a sudden and it was so cataclysmic in the UK there start to refer to the blitz as a time when the whole country had to come together to kind of combat Global crisis.

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Miami Marlins 2020 MLB Ranking

GSMC Baseball Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

Miami Marlins 2020 MLB Ranking

"So I look through the entire National League will start with the bottom. It's going to be the Miami Marlins this year. Marlins a couple of interesting pieces in the lineup to wear their lineup went from That's just horrific to. Oh you know it could kind of hit. I guess I mean you've got Jonathan Vr. They added that amazes aggie Lars well and those two guys both should be over eight hundred s this year. Vr might get over. But there's just no big Bat Corey dickerson's GonNa back clean up clean up in this lineup we've got Corey dickerson. Banning CLEAN UP. It's just not a good look for the Miami Marlins so the lineup is at best. It's a below average lineup and major league baseball but it might sneak into the top twenty in terms of runs scored. Maybe if some of these guys pan out well if they hit more home runs than expected so maybe some of these guys and up in the top twenty and combine that with their puke or the rotation. They're number one as projected. This year is is a man named Caleb Smith who I'll be frank. I had not heard of Caleb Smith much before doing a lot of research on the MARLINS and the reason for that is. He's turning twenty eight. This will only be as fourth season in the big leagues and he has not had any. Ra below four a single year of his career his debut season in eighteen innings pitched seven seventy IRA sixteen games pitched his second year. Four one nine and last year in his first full season of four or five two and I just don't see a twenty eight year old starter. That's been unable to get under a forty hour that took forever to get a major league baseball getting much better than he is now. And that's pretty much the only hope for the Marlins in terms of any sort of competent rotation and then you go to the bullpen. And it's even worse for the Miami Marlins. One guy is projected under a four Yara and it's Brandon Kessler. Who spoke to be there closer. And it's three eight one projection by Roh world. It's not exactly impressive Kessler Guy. That's turning thirty five. Just coming off his best relief season. And let me ask you this. How many guys have had their best relieving season as a relief pitcher between the ages of thirty and thirty five? How many guys have the next year been just as dominant as a relief pitcher? It doesn't happen often. I The reds had a bunch of relievers that would have a great season at age thirty three and then you expect that type of production to replace itself going into the next year it never does. They usually find it one of the tank. Everybody gets a scouting report on them. They're fastball loses. Some speed they suffer some sort of injury throughout the year. So the fact that that's their best reliever a thirty five year old coming off. His best season is another horrific sign for the Miami. Marlins combine all those facts and that is why the Miami marlins according to pagoda are expected to be seventy one in ninety road. World has them at sixty nine hundred ninety three. They're coming off a fifty seven win season in two thousand

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"yara" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"yara" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Or restricted in the United States trial by combat. Wow said till death do us part. They meant it this. This would be like if marriage story was directed by wins. Herron Zeno and I honestly feel sorry for the wife because getting divorced already hard enough. You know. Usually all my ex's so annoying. He wants the kids this weekend and we agreed and I was like. Oh my ex's so annoying. He won't stop texting me about how I only have six more weeks to forge my own weapon by the way how oh crazy is that people are like well. Trial by combat was never explicitly banned. So I guess it's still like how backlogged is America's legal system because this doesn't bode well for something like reparations because think about like yeah I'm sorry reputations are going to take awhile which trying to outlaw jousting I will say this though I will say. This is a great loophole. If you just WANNA murder someone like if someone at work is stealing your lunch out of the fridge you can just run up to them like Jerry. I challenge to a duel and then everyone in the office has to be Goddamn Jerry. Lost the shit out of that. Finally early last night's democratic debate featured some fiery exchanges particularly between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren but it turns out the real drama happened off to the main event was over one time Allies Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. The two senators. They're working through some issues. They had this moment after the debate. Senator Warren Oren let Bernie Sanders hanging as. He tried to shake her hand. That was followed by brief noticeably.

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Animal Fun Facts

Chompers

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Animal Fun Facts

"It. Started on the top of your mouth on one side makes circles with your brush and make sure to get all the way to the back your mouth. Let's go back under the waves to find out more fun. Facts about fishes with teeth. Yesterday we learned about Sabertooth Tigers. But can you imagine a fish fish with teeth like that. Guess what there is one. Meet the PIE. Yara a fish with teeth as long as grownups finger keep brushing but switch to the other side of the top of your teeth. The pyro lives in a river called the Amazon. The pi-rre has long fangs. And that's why it's sometimes called a Sabertooth Barracuda or even of empire fish but don't worry vampires aren't real and neither UNICORNS or are they. I'll tell you in a SEC. But I it's time to switch to the bottom of your mouth. Take aside and keep rushing. So here's the deal. There is a kind of Unicorn in the ocean. It's called a Narwhal Narwaz live in the cold waters of the Arctic Dick the unicorns of the C.. Because they have something in common with Unicorns they have

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"yara" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"yara" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Did nothing but eventually positive things her, yes, she had those two days, or shake went to that event and went to, sir, like she wasn't wearing her hair extensions, who's just like a sad day, but ever since then I feel like she's better than ever. She looks better than ever and she's everywhere she is everywhere. I just think like. Yara Shahidi is grown ish. Right. And your Shahidi is just like the pinnacle of sophistication for a young woman, like she's, so she's just so put together, and I just can't help but wonder like which he really wanted me pulled into this drama because now associating our Shahidi and Jordan woods. I don't know. I, I feel as though Jordan woods, it's becoming somewhat of an icon like and on one hand. I'm like, totally team khloe I feel when those episodes come feel. So I feel as though when those episodes, come out of keeping up like the world's it's going to be another dark day for Jordan woods. However, right now, I feel as though Jordan woods has defied her cancellation in a big fucking way in James Charles sort of way and as someone who's heavily invested in cancel culture. I'm very mature for it. Okay. That I hear you on. I appreciate anyone who turns it around. But I'm just like not like the world may have turned back for Jordan. But like I just don't I am a Kardashian stand through and through it's in my blood, so. So am I you know, the high, however, anyone who decides the cancellation? I have these are recited. I have the utmost respect for I agree. So I think like I think, as though she I think, as as well. She has big things on the horizon, and it's crazy. I don't know the problem here is, I think my gripe with Jordan was always she's famous for being. Assistant like she's famous for nothing for being someone's friend like being nice to Kylie and six grade before she knew. So it always bothered being she's famous for being friends with people who are famous for nothing. Right. So not only that, now she's famous for betraying people who are famous for being nothing. You know what I mean? So it's just like I'm always bothered as someone who like I feel like I just worked really hard. I get half the recognition that Jordan. What's jordan? Woods, kiss someone like now, she's famous on TV show with Dr. It onto Thuc. I'll do it. That's from borat, Boorda, great movie. Yeah. A matching. Oh, you decided actually didn't make plans to begin. I'm going to see bookworm book smart. Okay. I heard it was the greatest movie of all time. What everyone is saying it and also saying the beef Elting character like is me, and they're going to be like, really offended or like not, because if she's like bull von like it's funny when people compare you to like characters or just like personality types, you better get it, right. Because it can be like way offensive. It's so funny because when you apply to the morning toasters Facebook group, you have to answer questions. One of them is, are you a cloudy or Jackie explain why, and it's really? Harsh reality into what people think of us because, like for me, it's like if you're loud, obnoxious, annoying, you, sing, and people want to kill you. You're me you're messy and like you don't care about the way your hair. Let's if you're like uptight, Jackie, it's like they're just they're like, over-dramatise Asians of our personality type. Yeah. And so I'm really looking forward to seeing whether beef Elsie, there's like a based or she's a cute and funny, you know, scared me too. I don't wanna be offended also someone me very interesting talking yesterday. What the NFL scene is Joan hills sister. Yeah. I know that I didn't know I haven't seen the movie this is her first major role. I hear so I didn't know who she was. I just saw Joan hill sister me felt since I've always associated, the two, I can't believe that Justice furry friends Justice for fuck and Ruthie. My friends, someone made an interesting point that less. We not forget Kim was Paris's excess instant friend whose betrayal cat. Did her to mega stardom Jordan? Woods could be the next Kim Kardashian and we're all just sitting here. Oh my God. You're right. And that means Elizabeth the mom Jodi, the sister, we're getting a whole other show..

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"yara" Discussed on The View

The View

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"yara" Discussed on The View

"Good. So in addition to this film, and starring onto hit TV shows, even called voice of gen X future president, the face of young Hollywood, a role model and style. I con. Pressure in that. Fortunately. No, I've been really, really. Gosh. Darn lucky to have a group of people who support me for being Yara. And I think the way my family operates is just impact over legacy. And so the title doesn't matter too much. Babe. So you very politically involved, I understand, and you will be voting for the first time in twin t twenty my first presidential election, I voted in primaries and mid-term. Oh you did. Yes. So what are you looking for can the candidates? Well, there is an abundance of candidates. And I think right now not too much say, like in terms of this is the one criterion. But I think honestly, what a lot of generations looking for is that I mean, we're dealing with candidate who have a long political history, and some things that we just genuinely don't agree with. And so, seeing how they decide to recount SEL those things, and it's not so much that we have to hold them accountable for something that happened years and years ago. But how do we quantify or measure, that there's actual change? That's been made to believe them when they say, I don't believe that I don't do that anymore. I think it depends on really the actions. And so I can't say that I definitely do don't but it might just wait for the actions though. Right. And it's a, it's a gamble, but it's been interesting to see because I think so many of my peers are politically inclined, and so it has been a group effort to say or figure out that as generation, what matters to us in terms of protecting our community in terms of moving forward, what's going to be a really most influential, especially because jen's is going to be a young adult. So this is really. But one issue, my number. You can't see I think that's the other thing you can't prioritize being at the intersection of so many identities. I feel like it's been of the utmost importance that if you're considering your larger community that you cannot prioritize one issue over the other. But you would never sit out. No, I personally do not sit out because it's the reality that we operate within a political system. And so I I've been grateful enough to be giving them privilege in time to invest in my own knowledge of our political system. And because I have the time to do so. And fortunately don't have an hourly job in families that can drive me to the polls going to take the opportunity good. Yeah. Well, my daughter Paloma has big, big hair, and you've video we'd like we treat it tips traded. And you send her a video about hair care Bank. You for that. And you recently set your hair constantly serves as a reminder that you deserve to take up space. Yeah. Tell me what you mean by that. Well, I think there times in which I mean my hair's up right now but it's usually about a cer- conference like that yet..

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"yara" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"yara" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"As zero point zero Yara, man animal house GPA, and we have talked. Well, love that guy. You guys running? I'm sorry. It's. It's one hundred on me hundred percent. I'm like, oh, we gotta get him on. Let's go. So I apologize shit. It's my fault said stitches. No, no. But I like to blame. I would do view. I saw that anyone. That's my hundred percent funny. You say you're not because I I didn't. I know baseball players. Some are some aren't I talked to Schmidt one time he came on there. And he had a no hitter in Chicago and forget who was catcher infield single. Now's the only hit he gave up. So he came on later. And I said just let you know, you know, trying to prove a point. So she jinx. And I said no hitter, no hitter. No hitter. And you gave up a hit I go. I can't affect anything cannot goes find that the funny. No. Nope. I just kept moving along. Let's get there. He never gave in did not give him did not give in. He was not not thrilled that apparently my words thousand miles away caused the base hit to mazing strong. I'm glad I don't have that. In my head. You know, once you start it people always told me, I'm not superstitious. But they say once you start it. You can't stop it. It's like you put a soft line chats. And you put the soccer on start with this flooding, your whole life is like, oh, I gotta do this or I'm not going to do this or might not get hit have time for that. Well, it's funny because I wrote to the field today with Will Smith, and we live in the East Bay. So we have to go through the tunnel. And as he has probably know there's you can split me, go either left or right. I said we'll which way do you like to go because on the left side? He got some major bumps in. You know, you gotta void those don't want buffs. If you want if you fill in. So what you wanna do today said? Well, you know, I switched up I go. If I go the other side, and he said, unfortunately, we have been bouncing back and forth a lot. So. All right, which way we going. He said left. Let's go. All right. I like left. And but yeah, talk about superstition..

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"yara" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Little Atoms

"He showed us pictures of him wearing the big Catholic robes a teenager, really wearing the big purple priest robes, but he left. I can't remember why? But anyway, but he left maybe he just didn't like it or maybe fell in love with someone, but he left he left and came to some Palo which was where he met us. So afraid it was new to the city. I can't even remember what he was doing. It was the early eighties. Everything was chaos. You know, the do we will student. So you know, we were fighting fighting fighting fist in the air. Clean water free press, democracy, blah, blah, me, an G and wants to do graffiti. Yes. Paint messages all over the public walls in secret at night, of course, because. That was the only time you could really do it those difficult times. So we bought the paint, and we had a black nightclothes and things I used to be very fit. You know, just like you voted bicycle whatever. And we all ready to go with our black paint and clothes in the middle of the night. When little Alfred said he didn't want to come anymore. He was too scared. Poor Alfred he was new in the big city. And they were very scary times. Very scary times if you call anyway, so we left the flat me energy. We said, that's okay. Do by bio flu we went out into the night. We had decided before that we would paint political slogans and then poetry also because we had read a lot of poetry as well as Marx Engels. And then sometimes things about of course, there was a huge wall under a bridge near where we lived. It was a solve late night dusty pink color. So we painted on it in huge. Black letters garage Alfredo. And it became like, what do you call it? Now. A mean, lots of people saw it everybody saw it it stayed there for ages huge big black letters across the wall under the bridge. Everybody in the city saw it and people would say to each other whisper, and they would say good ising gouging of little. So I've been talking to Yara Rodriguez fella about novel stubborn archivist, which is out now in the UK from fleet books. You are. Thank you so much for coming. This episode of little atoms whose produced him presented by me nail. Denny edited by sky Redmond and was first broadcast on one. I four point four f n Latham's is supported by eighty nine up in hosted by cast. If you enjoyed the show, please do subscribe rates Junes and even tell a friend. Thanks for listening..

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"yara" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

Spiritual Expositions

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

"Finally, everybody becomes be you know, what? You know, what these times for duffers donkey's? Nobody is an expert. They can't go from D two because once you become a dunk Yara defer after that this is all knowledge anyway coming back to this. So Ruthie is that Walla tea, which is their in every individual quality. So those qualities are important. And then you do something with the world with that quality. So you use those qualities that you have right? I knew you use it because you have you earn your livelihood? So I hope you understood that in each as the invaluable law appears in this world among the animals human being sages and demigods by his activities in incarnations. He protects the universe and kills the enemies of the culture. So it said important thing, we should know the lar- appears in all this four that. Animal human beings, sages end, the lard appears in all these four Vance. Okay. So he can come as he can come as age as he can come human be, Oregon. Come as an animal also tomorrow, you cannot say, okay? Dr shoe that would might be not G, but D who knows? So we have to very careful, right? So he comes in the form the long comes in this fall. So that he can propagate this enough things for that. And this try those people who are against Armagh that is other. Here's to come to reset the whole thing. You know, you do your research also in each rain Amano six type of personalities appear as the manifestation of lot. Hurry. The ruling the chief demi-god mono in rather. Great sage and the partial incarnations, underbidding person, and guarded diner. Misty's are lines of kings originating without remind extending continuously through past present and future that counts of such dynasties, especially of their most prominent members constitute the subject of dynasty history. We have learned dynasty histories to allow king this king that king did so many things that afford types of cosmic relations. Okay journal elemental continues. Ultimate all of which are affected by the netting. Potential supreme Lord learner scholars have designated. This topic is desertion. Now, there are different kinds of annulation. I mean, you have seen some places like mind, Dr whinge about destroyed isn't people have heard about wines are getting his hair holiday is Dixie Latian gang getting destroyed. How did that happen? Nobody knows may be some comet game and hit it or maybe there was some flags Doppler Yuga, you remember how the entire you know, the island darker wing. Underwater in the same thing happened with Constantinople or what we call and they were hanging gardens of ebanon. I don't even know where they are. Do you not began with that? So nobody knows where these places are today, though, there are various other cities also which will certainly biz appeared like that. So did these different kinds of any relations that happen, and this election's happen because on the divine loud, and this cosmic relations co casual? Elemental continuous are not me. So this kind of relations Newark, we have to all right? I think we have just a few Sisto out of ignorance living being performed material activities and thereby becomes in one sense. The cause of creation, maintenance and destruction of the universe. Some Atari this call the living being the personality underlying, the material creation, others say he's on manifest sent he pulled them since you'll find that today when we are talking about the whole in this guy, ozone and stuff like that. So we are also responsible for Ron destruction right day..

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An Iranian pop star challenges the regime

The Economist: The Intelligence

04:05 min | 2 years ago

An Iranian pop star challenges the regime

"Song is a protest against the war that marked Iran for eight years the war with with Iraq, nNcholas Pelham is the economists Middle East correspondent he's been writing about a new song called pari som- that means broken stone. And it's by Iranian singer, Mechta Yara he in this video he shows missiles falling on families. He shows families queuing it to have because the land is impartial rivers have been diverted their children being sent into minefields by generals houses. Collapsing. The soon as the ribbon is cut because the so poorly built it's really an indictment of the Iranian regime. Should be to numbers money, but it's an odd direction for Mr. Jahr, he to take he used to be pretty beloved of the regime. He sings beautiful renditions of the call to prayer in two thousand seventeen he won the best album prize from the ministry of his lung guidance and culture that it's hard to imagine. Now, he's things dressed as a general Kelly. He's trying to be an Iranian general, but he has a swastika on his arm, and there's a particular dramatic lyric in which he says another generation went to war and did not return on the last one of this tribe, but tribe with no food or water. So why the change of he was a regime favorite? Why is he now this provocateur a lot of it has to do with his origin? He's from the province of quizzes, Dan, which used to be called stone. It's a mainly our province on the Gulf bordering Iraq. But it's a province which has been devastated by the war by Cincinnati elect. He's somebody who seems to have an increasingly conscious sensitive Arab identity. This comes at a time where Iran is under enormous economic stress, and there's a a real struggle for resources and the periphery which tends to be mainly non Persian an ethnic feels that it's losing out to the Persian core, Iran, Matt Yara himself said when ASTA defend his song. He said it's a duty of artists to convey, the voice of the people to the authorities. So in on it self the people have a pretty big fans of this work is images of him being put up in shops. And has the reaction been similarly favorable throughout Iran or just in his home region? If you see a hero in his own province. Elsewhere, particularly on the part of hardliners within the regime, he sees something of a of a traitor. He's betraying the martyrs of of the revolution. They see him as of stooge for Arabs, somebody cool to singer Saddam Hussein. And he's seen as the troublemaker which is particularly worrying for the authorities because it comes at a time with just on the eve of celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the nineteen seventy nine revolution. So what are the thirties doing about it? Or what do you think they will do a lot of contradictory reports at the time as to whether he had been banned or not it does appear that he was summoned by the ministry of his guidance, and according to an official from that ministry. It was said that he he repented and this was denied by Maddie are he's he's. Said that he wouldn't repent that he stood for what he said in his his song. He did try and say that it was more general and not specifically aimed your thirties writing. It's very clear to most rain that this is really Matt Yara representing hoses stone against Tehran against the center and asking for summer address, right through the ministry of guidance. Having said that will we call them on this. And he repented his just needing to be seen to at least wagged a finger at him. Is that the idea it is quite striking at the moment. How the authorities seem to be doing the utmost not to inflame sentiment within Iran. They're very conscious of the year ago. There were mass protests across the country, particularly in these provinces, which are on the periphery with concentration of non Persian minorities. And so they do seem to be playing it down nNcholas. Thank you very much. Jason. Thank you.

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"yara" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"I'm not joking. She's going gonna cry. Really is well lunch. She loves you and to. We have been to the toy store so many times and every time we go in there, she goes, I want pipe face and I just said, no. And somehow yet again, this girl has found a loophole. Founded me the neighborhood premiers this Monday, October first on CBS will be back max Greenville. Mary, you know, who really, really impressed me this last week on the show whose Addy Yara Shahidi. Oh my God, like really, really, really exceeded my expectations. Yeah. Now here a lot about our going into it and in learning about her like, oh my gosh, I just adore her. Well, first of all, blackish. And then second of all grown ish. All right. My my daughter, Sara loves blackish and and loves Yara Shahidi from that show and now is is also in the small foot movie with low wage which my family also saw an enjoyed and and while she's doing all that, she's goes to Harvard. Yes, Harvard and Oprah thinks she should be president and it was her first appearance on our show. She's so composed and like fun and funny. I don't know. I just Duggar but just relatable in sweet and kind and has all this going on. And you could expect it to be sort of accuracy and. Sort of distant and she wasn't any of that. No, she brought me. I will vote pen and I will vote. I hope everybody will vote. Registering people here at the show that's including people show up. If they haven't registered, we're registering a voter, registration birthday party. I know really cold that you did that because you have a new organization eighteen for eighteen eighteen eighteen and it's all geared towards first time voters midterms, good for you. That's fantastic. That's the one of the most important. One of the most important things in eighteen year old can do right now. Okay. So you are quite something. I think you know that, but this is what Oprah said when she was asked, what gives her hope your Shahidi? Of course, I hope I'm still around when she becomes president of the United States that is going to happen if she wants to..

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"yara" Discussed on NWAP

NWAP

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"yara" Discussed on NWAP

"What was that one point like the people who are saying this i i wanna see i was like go back in time and see that thought process when they were like fucking seventeen and the things they thought about tiger until you it wasn't about equal station on a fucking show but i don't even think it's about that really i think as we just they they want i can't argue that because then they can be like well you don't understand they want these people to do everything right in every everybody in the spotlight to everything like view of the spotlight you black you better be speaking some black shit you better be trying to break down barriers like it don't matter where you at eight yo process like if you're on tv or somebody's tv show that you need to be kicking fucking doors don't give a fuck how old you are you might have just barely beat you might really be like they want you to sacrifice everything and it's like i am not saying that i mean 'cause people are basically who has new revolution anyway that's just how she goes down and i'm not saying that young people shouldn't be is they shouldn't engage in this activism like they shouldn't use your voice speak out i'm not saying that but the expectation brand i shit the expectation that okay this girl is in this will use your name is yarra she he just go yar that yara is in this space she was on black ish she's on grown as she started to get all these different lists or whatever and people are looking to her life will she finally got this so you better make sure you do something somebody else it's like let her get settled i you know what i'm saying i let her let her sign up for the battle you know what i'm saying like it is used to cardi b where it was like well you know cardi b's no the epitome of black girl magic and pitted me of carefree black girl but will blah but why is she talking about this why she talking about this like god damn i like she just.

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"yara" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Good Life Project

"New put on your oxygen masks with yourself first is because children do not require the same amount of oxygen that the human brain the adult brain does so if you are an ox sick and yara and you die or you pass albir no use to your kit with your partner know you put your mask on together you have to do that this is the idea that the the couple represents the top of the food chain there're a resource engine they create resources that allow them to care for others to be more creative to be more independent and to be more resourceful so if they couple as the top of the food chain where's the individual the individual exists in the third thing that they create which is the relationship so you and i are individuals we don't serve each other we serve the relationship that we created that relationship is an ecosystem or a two raring him it's the air we breathe easy water we drink based on our agreements were stewards of that system that is fundamentally rooted in assurances of safety and security half slip safety and security does a perfect no but we perfectly agree that is our mission that's were loyal to because the alternative is terrible so here's that third thing the third thing being the relationship that we create which in fact turns out to be like a fingerprint had something that can never be created again it's phenomenal logical it's something that only two people can make an once they break up it's gone forever because it's dynamically involves aspects of ourselves that another person may or may not apply so it's something to be protected and respected because it provides cover for us and this cover again has to do with our agreements it's all about agreement it can never be.

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"yara" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Fiannce goal seems to be to to get yara back which is odd because he really just kind of let her go i know he had some he had some maria he had some ramsey ptsd going on there but but i don't know ultimately if if that's always trying to do is get some people to help him get his sister back that's it like that's what he's doing i the josh is always talked about josh winkler as always talked about how maybe theon the ultimate end for the theon story is he goes and takes the black at the nights watching if that is where we're heading with the on bringing him together with john and seeing some sense a selflessness there maybe that will give the an opportunity now to get back and john's good graces and maybe that will send him north to the wall i think you'll also maybe need some way for john snow to get into a battle with eurobonds somewhere along the way and may be the i is part of what leads john snow into something against you're on but i guess what you owe wait and see how that plays out anything else with john snow before we go to talk about all of the day happenings a winter fell no i think you that it's it is just a matter of like he's just killing time at dragon stone and clearly there are other places that he probably would rather be but it doesn't have a boat so i don't know exactly when he's going to leave dragon stone us ants i did mention him as we'll talk about maybe he needs to come meet aria but i have no idea what will see the rest of this season out of john snow is he going to stay a dragon stone with the and he's going to supervise some mining is that the best use of john snow i'm not sure so i guess we'll just have to wait and see what we what becomes of john snow the rest of the season well you know as a huge night on game of thrones way and where you know over twenty minutes into this and we have even gotten into our is stark has returned to winter fell antonio.

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"yara" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones

"In the narrow see theon looking the color of like spoiled yogurt testing is pulled from the water by one of the few very few we here two or three surviving iron born ships from ioris fleet they are not thrilled to see him in fact they consider his survival disgraceful because is a clear indication that he did not fight to save his sister in king's landing on dry up uh that he drags is human spoils yara loria and tightening through the city to the throne room he places ilaria and in his promise gift at sirc's feet sursee agrees to marry you're on fine print after the wars over the neuron asks jamie whether a finger in the button during lovemaking is something the queen is amenable to dungeons sursee kisses tie in with the long farewell lipstick which khyber and apparently reverse engineered she wants a larry to abbott she was a larry to watch her daughter die aroused by her acts of revenge sir she goes the jamie for some hot murder sex blowing the king slayer in his so large deeply hand on the button getting that leverage in the morning she lets handmaiden see them together and just to make clear that yes we bang she asks for a change of sheets tigana stores arrives to sell the crowns debts to the iron banks or see convinces him for a twoweek stay after which the latter cers will pay their debts as you have heard thus say many times they're always narrow as saying that always say up in winter fell.

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"yara" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"It seems like that there is gonna be um idea the thing is i don't know what to make of yara and lara making out seem like maybe just right place rights like they have the opportunity to do it so why not well a better if they do that i hope it it something meaningful for the two characters and not just like titillation i'm magassa on elio is known for that game in game and certainly has till infertility sake schramm an yara has been already been established to at least be interested in the says by curious hetero flexible so i out of whatever it's fine i'd be i do i am with i hope oil it gets people don't have sex four reasons like all that i that i know that is true i cannot like you have to have a reasonable down agfa then i then that's true especially when you've got like a pirate queen in rugby the lover of oath of overrun 'em go ahead this'll maybe they don't need reasons and i'm trying to may maybe i'm just been a funny that about this i guess on what i'm saying is when i got main characters that are boat i i guess i expect that the means something but you're right there's no that is a that has a not culturally valid way to look into the um then john why would it what do you make about john chokhin ling little finger out in the halls of winter feller maybe even the crips yasser this is something we've long been wondering about who's going to bring to the attention of john his heritage has array um.

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"yara" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Code Switch

"Me oh the as use serves worthy out of via you know the black student union black student union science dropped wrong area this has been success i mean how crazy would it be will not to know with the black student union is right when you see all of these people who are talking about baldwin on all of that how does she contribute to that conversation even though you know you know about baldwin yard knows all yeah and so what's funny is that i mean it's something that we've been going through the entire series their times were yara may identify more with another character than her own and that's been fun actually because there's no acting challenge if you're playing yourself yara we've been asking everyone at the end of the show what song is giving them life right now in these times chanelle by frank ocean your new way i knew i knew it because i sound a little video with you injuries sale is ross supposedly you are just lay blessing that out to everyone on the show and it's night favours i know i'm basically frank oceans publicist he just does it not only those persecuted genius dot com to figure out with the meaning is and just from the first click and read of flake what the first direct meant a my mind was blown i mean you really just talks about the duality of his life and more than just a guess his sexual orientation but.

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"yara" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Code Switch

"This is my generation and these are kids are age point is i care a i just don't know what to do so we that's why it's important that we talk about it too i don't wanna talk about it what's the plate everybody i love is when you're talking about it all night and none of you know what the answer is honestly i don't even know what the point is sometimes i dunno you but i like i know you from social media and you seem to not be overwhelmed and have that hopeless feeling and i was just wondering were you hoping zoe would be a little more yara that episode in particular i was really happy with how it was written mind you we may know what we're talking about in the episode but we don't get the script until maybe a couple days before we start shooting and so when i was reading it i actually had to appreciate zoe stance on that particular issue just in that even as yara even as somebody who's like okay this happen cured ten million organizations to donate your help organize a zoe i think really does capture just the general feeling of melt the melancholy made sure of our generation of feeling as though we don't even choose to intake all of this information but it just happens i remember seeing the arm philander casteel livestream and not knowing what i was looking at of just like somebody at tweeted it and i clicked on it and just being what.

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"yara" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"yara" Discussed on Code Switch

"Uh she had said i am sis gender and my pronoun as they and so i had immediately texted him like hey kenya this is going to be completely generations e but she has to be a if she sis gender than her pronoun wouldn't be they unless he's also genderneutral or gender fluid and he's like hawa okay got it and so then we just went back and forth with alternate lines into we found something worth like okay that's correct so i mean are you schooling him on blackish to i think are set is cool because it is one of those places were especially for my character they want to hear from us or just about how my generation operates because i think for me in particular i am the embodiment of generations e n everything from my hair to the close that i wear they're all really intentional on it's also boast two i guess capsule the different trends and how my generation operates and so there are times in which i'll get a call from kenya so what do you think about this i'm like okay well this is my take on it and that's what i'm gonna tell you when than sometimes my character agrees without yara thinks and sometime she's be polar opposite i really want to ask about that of so in the police shooting at noon your character zoe she has a monologue and it's yes very impassioned and she's sort of overwhelmed and she says she's hopeless about what's going on in the world.

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