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Aaron Rodgers Opens Up About  Engagement to Shailene Woodley

Mojo In The Morning

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Aaron Rodgers Opens Up About Engagement to Shailene Woodley

"Green bay packers quarterback. Aaron rodgers is opening up about his engagement to actress. Shailene woodley saying his next goal is to become a dad. The next great challenge will be being father. Thanks a lot of my friends are. I'm an age where a lot of my close friends from high school in college. Violators now have families of their own. The nfl mvp said he is super excited about starting a family. Maybe in immediate future but definitely sounded that. I really look forward to. It's it's gonna be a really fun. Challenge yasser said being engaged to the love of his life has brought him incredible happiness over the past year recently. Engaged so vin enjoying that part of my life. The best thing that's happened in the last year and there's been. There's been a lot of good

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Checking In With Ilyasah Shabazz

Checking In with Michelle Williams

03:02 min | 7 months ago

Checking In With Ilyasah Shabazz

"This is a really important podcast. I'm sharing with you today. This podcast is definitely based on my mental health journey It's also based on the book of the same name. But today my guests el-yassa she has me Checking back in on my journey of faith. Today's theme of strength and as a community. And i believe you guys are going to hear some inspiring word from this amazing powerful guest that will help us continue to prevail through these difficult times in our country in in the world. This recording today is something very special. Something very spiritual. My palms are sweating. Because i have the privilege and the honor to have ilyasova chubais checking in with us today. Ilyasova is an author and educator professor at activist and she is the daughter of malcolm x and betty shabazz size. Yup please welcome. Ill yasser shabas. Thank you so much. It's such an honor to be here with michelle. I was really looking forward to this. Because i thought this was going to just a relaxing living room kind of conversation. And oh i tell you. It's been a long year. So i was looking forward. Were not a long day. It's been a very long here is been a long year and we are two months into the new year and end this new year. You released a book and january copy awakening of malcolm x. And it is an account of his adolescent years in prison and. I know that this is what you've been doing all year long. Not only all year long. You've been doing this all lifelong. Yes i have. I've been doing this for a while. And you know i've had many people ask me. When did i know. I was going to step in my father's shoes or or something like that. And it's definitely not stepping into anyone shoes not taking someone's legacy it's way. My mother raised her girl. She always said today. Elliott suggests must drink water. When must give back and you know. She was this example in spite of having six daughters that we felt constable enough when our girlfriends had questions. If i didn't have the answer. I knew my mother had the so. We always we will bring our fence over to ask my mother questions that we needed answers or encouragement or solutions and she was just always there. And so someone who has such compassion. Trust love all. So unconditional makes it easy for you to be the same and so here you go.

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"yasser" Discussed on TechSperience

TechSperience

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"yasser" Discussed on TechSperience

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Ethiopia: a Nobel Peace laureate goes to war

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:39 min | 11 months ago

Ethiopia: a Nobel Peace laureate goes to war

"There is no hostage to fortune. Quite like the nobel peace prize. Just as the peacemaker of today you can often be the munger of yesterday. They can also be the warmonger of tomorrow. Abi ahmed. Prime minister of ethiopia was two thousand and nineteen nobel peace laureate recognized for finally ending eighth european hostilities with its neighbor and former province eritrea a year later ibm prize. Looks like one of the nobel. Peace committees hastier. Garlanding along with those of yasser arafat. Suu she and henry kissinger ethiopia is at war with tegray. A region in the country's north the immediate cause was to graze decision to hold in september a local despite being told not to by abbey national government sheduled elections across the european were postponed due to the covid nineteen pandemic behind that lies to gray and resentment of amid efforts to reduce to graze dominance of ethiopia's national politics before abi ahmed became prime minister. The to gray in people's liberation front had effectively governed all of ethiopia for nearly two decades. It's hard to know exactly what is going on into gray right now. Phones down. the internet is off. It's not much easier to speak to theo. Paeans elsewhere in ethiopia several people. We asked to participate in this program. Responded that they were simply too scared but over the news there is none of it is good

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Palestinian official Erekat in critical, stable condition

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Palestinian official Erekat in critical, stable condition

"The family of senior Palestinian official Saeb Erekat says he remains in a critical but stable condition in an Israeli hospital after he was infected with the coronavirus Erica's family has told the official Palestinian news agency W. A. FAA that he's receiving artificial respiration in an intensive care unit at Israel's Hadassah Medical Center the hospital says every cats cases challenging as he suffers from a weak immune system and a bacterial infection in addition because the nineteen Erika has been one of the Palestinians most recognizable faces over the past several decades serving as a senior negotiator in talks with Israel he's also a senior adviser to late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and current president Mahmoud Abbas I'm Charles collect as much

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Boeing 737 EASA Testing

STRUCK: A Lightning Protection Podcast

04:11 min | 1 year ago

Boeing 737 EASA Testing

"Talk first about the seventy seven Max. So Yassa has been testing it. How's it? Been, going. Seven thirty seven fight testing concluded up in Vancouver British. Columbia just recently with look like there's multiple. Certification authorities participating in that Yasser. Obviously Transport Canada would have been there and it sounds like the Brazilians there too. So there is A lot of balls on the seven, thirty, seven, the the flight task. would be a low risk thing at this point. So there's been at least listened to the news reports has been no unexpected outcome of that. Boeing would have been flying at any way in and check in to make sure that the angle of attack sensors and all the. all the sort of the flight management difficulties that they had. What would have been taken care of. So it's it's a check in the box but also to to. have. Some external is watching what happens in the cockpit and see how pilots respond to stuff so. That's a good checkpoint to have done. The next step though is probably the most important and. I always get frustrated when I see this when I think it was in the US representative said while we're going to make sure that it's safe well. The FAA is the Prime Certification Authority. It'd be like F- Airbus certifying a new Airbus, a three whatever. That, he also be the lead on it, and the FAA would just be sort of verification mode, not a recertification mode. So when we see things in the press that sound like Yasa's taking a recertification mode that they're gonNA, take the FA data as a something nice to have but. They're GONNA do their own little certification approval in a sense that's frustrating. That's really frustrating because then it's just left up to opinion. There are rules the rules between the United States in all the other certification authorities in the world are pretty closely aligned. I doubt there was any differences between Yasser. And the FAA in these particular areas. So what's the holdup once the FAA has signed it off and blessed it and also can do the review of it like they should rightly. So but now now aren't some sort of negotiation face. So they're going to be meeting at Gatwick Airport in London Boeing, Jasa Transport Canada's sound like the pretty much anybody WANNA show up to to the party. And talk about things like pilot training issues. What is involved with that Any sort of flight manual adjustments that are proposed would be discussed in there and hammer out those details and I would assume the FAA's going to be there also. You're you like to be a fly on the wall and that place because this is probably a little bit allowed talking will happen and we're in an election year, the United States, of course, which adds to level infant Sensiti to what's happening I Dan I just really struggle with some of these things. It isn't like the FAA made a horrendous mistake. I. Think there's just a lot of complexity to what had happened originally and he also didn't catch it either In their view and they had a chance to review to and I think it just the complexity caught up everybody because systems were cutting more and more complex particularly as we add them onto older generation aircraft, and now we're in this sort of. I don't trust you Scenario which is doesn't good. Bill doesn't build good bilateral relationships and the FAA has been trying to do that for the last several years and this is not good for industry and hopefully they FAA doesn't do it to Airbus. Is that we don't hold it up because we can we're holding up because there's some real risk. And None, of the accident happened in in European. Plight territory so We'll see I don't you don't you get the feeling like some lessons political at this point. Yet feels a little strange like they're not necessarily working together and that they're trying to go their own way. It's yeah it's it seems strange.

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The DNC and RNC are going virtual. What can we expect?

The 3:59

07:35 min | 1 year ago

The DNC and RNC are going virtual. What can we expect?

"So actually the coronavirus pandemic everything has gone virtual. We covered all digital conferences like Tho- launches, apples, WDC. In DNC are completely different animals Taco bell expecting to see well I. Think it's GonNa be a very, highly produced. Event just like it normally is but it's GonNa be really different because you know when they. When they usually do this, you've got like thousands of people in a huge arena you know you have people talking. And they're they're mostly talking to the to the people, the viewers and the audience. Sitting at home on their couches. Anyway. But you have that vibe you have that you know the people cheering it's it's like being in a live sporting event in a sense you know so like that's going to be lost a bit. Yeah. We've we've had instances with like the the NBA right they put up digital boards with with people that are virtually in I've watched the most games. It's definitely not. It doesn't really replicate the feeling of being at a game where the ambiance there I imagine a lot of the energy that would have been in those conferences have people been there. Is really kind of sucked away, right? Yeah and you know and that's really political conventions are basically like cheerleading events right? You know it's like the party faithful as there you've got these delegates from all around the country they're like really Gung Ho for their party and their candidate and they wanna like. You know just cheer their heads off and it's you know. So you know I think that energy is going to be a bit different but I'm also curious to see like what creative things they come up with right like like you mentioned the NBA thing like like are they going to do something like that? You know I mean? It'll be interesting to see how they approach it. Yeah. Have you got any kind of indication on on what they might do to create that excitement that is would be missing from having all those folks there. Yeah. So the the DNC they they have been, they've definitely said that they are going to try to involve people like regular everyday people. So I'm wondering if it is going to be something NBA like right where they have screens. Right there. But we'll definitely be having some like. Some people getting beamed in from all across the US whether it's you know. Politicians or or just SORTA your regular everyday folks who are like either live on video and a lot of like these pre produced videos people have been they've had this campaign where people are able to. Send in their videos like with prompts like I know Joe and talk about like why they're excited about Joe Biden and that kind of thing. So they're going to have that SORTA interspersed throughout the program. So it'll be interesting to see like how it all Kinda comes together. To DNC specifically, what what is that? GonNa look like will anyone actually be in Milwaukee? So there will probably be like a skeleton kind of crew in Milwaukee like I've heard that that Tom Perez, who's the chairman of the DNC was still planning to go to Milwaukee to gavel in the convention officially. But the big speakers you know like Joe Biden, who's the presumptive nominee he is not going to be there he's going to be somewhere in Delaware. Now, they've said he's not probably going to do it from his basement. So some place else in Delaware. In the Wilmington area where he lives. So that'll be interesting. I wonder how they they might dress up whatever venue he's in. You know like he was speaking with. Kamala Harris. You know the other day they've had actually a couple of speaking engagements and they've got the flags everywhere but like the backdrop didn't really look all that interesting to me. So it'll it'll I wonder how they're going to you know jazz it up so that it looks cool. How's the Brokaw can work? Yeah. So the roll call and by the way like I got to go to the convention in two, Thousand Sixteen, the roll call is pretty cool. Just in general when you're there in the room, there's like this vibe all the people stand up and they say, you know I'm from South Carolina and they were the whatever state and we pledge our ex delegates to. And so it's like an exciting moment. So it's going to be totally different this time 'cause they're all not going to be in the room but I you know they've said they're. GonNa. Kind of pop around all all the states and so you're probably going to have people from those states. Doing their call and I'm sure they're gonNA do something jazzy about like. You know I'm from Delaware. So it's like Delaware the first state in the nation. Allah. Probably say something like that I don't know. So it'll. We'll see. We'll see what about the NC I know there was a lot of back and forth about where was gonna be in whether it was go digital What is that GonNa was so that you know I think that's still to be determined right? Like they're still they haven't put out a whole lot of information about like what it's GonNa look like exactly. So I mean I want I wonder if some of this might change in the next week but. So far they are. Going to have a very reduced crowd in Charlotte. President trump will not be there to accept the nomination. In they're gonNa have like something like you know three hundred or so delegates there. So you know I don't know I don't know if they're going to try to do some things kind of like in in the arena although I think that would look pretty. bleak. If it's people, you know space really far apart. So I think that's still Kinda to be determined with what they're going to be doing it wear for folks who are watching these where can you check out the streams? So the DNC they've announced a whole bunch of places like you're gonna be able to stream, it live on youtube and facebook and twitter and And then the convention is officially you know airing from nine to eleven every night and all the broadcast channels will have it for the last hour. And and then they're gonNA have it on like TV and Roku and so they were going to be a lot of opportunities for people to stream it or. Even, to SORTA catch it on the networks got looking at some of the other challenges I mean we talked a little bit about the lack of energy. But what are the potential pitfalls who going virtual? Yeah. Well I mean we've all been watching. You know some of these cable news shows lately right like in sometimes you get like the guests who are like pixellated or their screen freezes. You know so I think that's going to be a challenge. You know you don't want somebody to be mid-sentence and all of a sudden they're face completely frees up. So that'll be a challenge. Yasser. Don't want it to look like a really boring call. With. With everybody with the bookcase in the background. So I think they'll have to figure out ways to to make it look interesting and you know. And not have any sort of technical glitches.

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Boeing Completes 737 Max Certification Flight Tests

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Boeing Completes 737 Max Certification Flight Tests

"And the FAA have completed the certification flight testing for the seven three seven Max. So that's done There isn't a lot of detail about how that went. everybody seems to be saying well. It went well. The FAA has to take a look at the data that they collected during these test flights, and then we'll see see what happens next. You know if the FAA certifies that based on what's happened with the FAA recently, our feelings about it worldwide, what happens with the rest of the world and other agencies doesn't need to be certified every place again well. The. The other agencies need to issue the directives that would put the plane back in service I guess Mike. The the open question is what are they to base that decision on? Are they going to just sort of rubber? Stamp the FAA's decision now. They GONNA WANNA. Do their own analysis I don't know if we know well. It's several other organizations like the Europeans and Some of the other Asian countries want to do their own certification so just because the FAA. I have a feeling is going to be triple. Check quadruple check. Yeah, no doubt now I mean whether or not there will be. A requirement for additional test flights is is a good question. I mean maybe these other regulatory agencies around the world can use the data that's been collected for these test flights. It'd be kind of. Kind of An issue. I think if additional flights are required in order to satisfy those. regulatory agencies desire to do their own certifications. It'll be curious to see where where the FAA stands worldwide now well, yes, because They have a reputation that got somewhat damaged as a result of this. Yeah I'm curious to see how quickly that gets repaired I think it will get repaired. maybe not instantly but I. Don't know I'm I'm thinking? That maybe won't take too long hopefully. Well I think they're going to be more interested in involved this time around simply because of you know the two crashes. has expressed interest in getting involved in recertification, as has the Canada. There's no doubt about T- ten days ago. That said that Yasser has been prevented from travelling to the US. Because of covid nineteen restrictions to schedule Max certification flights, so my guess is, there might actually be a delay in getting certified for use again in

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Dressing your child in a gender neutral way

This Is Why You're Single

05:22 min | 1 year ago

Dressing your child in a gender neutral way

"This week we have a message from listener Allie and Allie wrote twist, and she said in reference to you and Rilo. She said I like how you always dress Rilo in cute, but mostly gender-neutral close. Maybe an episode on that and other parenting choices would be interesting. Yes, I thought I would just talk about my choices of how to parent like. Laura! Laura's because very my not the expert but I. Do you are aware of an expert more of an expert than? I. Genuinely. Don't even think that's true. I have the viewpoint that I am one hundred percent the best mom in the whole world for Rilo. And Not for any other child, so I can tell you how I parent Rilo, but I very much believe that everybody is the best parent for their own particular child and nobody else's child. That is something I. believe so strongly, so I can give you my take. It might not at all apply to you, and also it might not even it might not apply. Apply to my hopeful-. Hopefully, I have more children or a child. At least it might not apply to my second child. It may not apply to Rilo. In two years three years I have no idea but going into it I very much was like we chose the name Rilo when we didn't know if it was a boy or girl wanted to gender neutral name. I tried to kind of dress. Him Gender Neutral I. Give Him toys of all sorts. And then you just see what they're. You know I really try to not. Be Conscious not to push. Gender specific stereotypical things on him. But I fully support it whatever he's interested in, so I bought him like baby dolls and his kitchen, which I guess, unfortunately are things associated with women, and he has his cars in his trained in his truck like stuff and I'd say he likes both right now he is fully fully into like trains and trucks and cars, and then and so we buy more. More of those books and he'll like. Tell us what books he wants. He'll look on the back of his books and point to other books. He wants because he sees the pictures of other books, but like the other day he said I want this book. And it was like a book of a Princess so I'm going to get a firm. You know so right. Much, take that stance I'm not gonNA like I'm not like dressing my little boy, and like to to for like that would feel like performance. Likely asks for two unless Yasser Tutu exactly so. Like! Whether we have a boy, a girl or boy next whenever whenever that is I hope I'll use. His hammy downs and I don't know I kinda just try to dress him. Gender Neutral I. Guess would be the Word I. keep his hair long. He's got his little bond I don't think about it all that much, but like before. Da Grana we were in a little kid store, and he pointed to a shirt had lake just like trucks and cars all over it, and it was not something that I would ever picked out for him myself, but he's like. Do. You want this shirt and it's his favorite shirt and he goes in his journey grabs it so sometimes you try your hardest. It's been interesting because you try not to push these gender things, but sometimes kids kids are like into certain machines or In his case, he really loves cars and trucks. Not just like what he's in do it's not my passions, not nick's half in. But like my nightmare nightmares, having a child, and then being really into sports. They chose sports I would support them. Exactly I wouldn't know how to navigate it, but you don't have like deep thoughts on the issue other than I'm consciously choosing not to push the. Words you will never hear come out of my mouth. are that's for a girl, or that's for a boy? Like those are words they would never cross my lips or like he wears pink pants and I got him like I was looking for a Sippy Cup. At whole foods for him. When I was ordering my online groceries and I was like sippy cups for kids, one they had was like bright pink with red. Pink Flower Ping Carts and I was like great, perfect cue, cute for a kid, Q. Boy girl, and I bought it for him I'm not like. Like you know like I'm definitely socially conditioned to be like. Oh, they have a girl one, but I like very quickly after like. Check my own bias against that and say like He. I am going to buy him. This Pink Cup with pink hearts, and like that will be my son's next cup. You know that he carried with him. Everywhere are little. cousin Henry who is going to be a ring bearer for our wedding. He loves pink and Purple They are his favorite colors. And when we were picking out all the stuff for them to wear for the wedding he really really wanted a pink flower. Give him a pink flower and we. You will one day Angela one. Day But the point is. He loves PINK AND PURPLE AND WE don't make a big deal that we just we get him pink and purple stuff.

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President Trump's executive order criticized for not addressing racial bias

ABC Perspective

04:21 min | 1 year ago

President Trump's executive order criticized for not addressing racial bias

"A series of executive actions introduced this week in the rose garden by the president were aimed at curbing the use of deadly force by police encouraging a ban on chokeholds and setting up a database for police departments to share information on officers with the history of misconduct and excessive use of force so they aren't we hired elsewhere Jon Cohn is an ABC news contributor with an extensive background in law enforcement he told me the president's executive order could have done more I thought it was a missed opportunity you know I've worked in law enforcement and homeland security for thirty four plus years I've worked with police departments around the country I've been involved both the national level the local level present really had an opportunity to come out and make a strong statement saying basically police are vital to our society they protect our communities from violence and the need the people of this country will not tolerate individuals or police organizations allowing racial bias to influence the decision making officers aware these organizations and you know we're we're seeing a very strong statement being made by the people of this country through these protests as somebody who's very proud of that a police officer and who has worked closely with law enforcement officials you know across the country for years hi I really urge them and our elected leaders in Washington to listen Johns a former police officer and he worked with the department of homeland security knows a lot about law enforcement one of the questions that people I know ask about constantly as wide a police officers have to shoot to kill why can't we train people to shoot for the leg yes you might not be as is as accurate every time but white we you wouldn't have a person die I mean that's an interesting question I can just say that the way you're trained is if you're going to use lethal force if you're gonna use your firearm it's you're shooting to stop you're shooting to make the person who is a threat I'm incapable of taking those actions what you want but when shooting somebody in the legs do the same thing when that stopped that person if that was the goal positive it's really hard I mean I've been involved in shootings and you teach an officer to eighteen center mass because that is where you're going to have the highest likelihood of not only striking the individual but striking him in a way that stops them from doing whatever action is that Yasser deem to be a threat it's not easy particularly when you're in those situations to a team you know to hit a hand that may be carrying an item or or lack and that's why they train officers to essentially aim and nationally for the percent of mass I know when I've heard that over over again but in the case of of of ray sharp drops in in Atlanta if he had been shot in the foot he would have stopped it would have been as easy I understand that and I get that and then you would have done that but when they're talking about changing police training in police tactics is what I'm suggesting just completely out of there not something it would even be considered yeah I think I would be difficult I my belief is that where we have to focus our training is in the area of teaching officers how to at the initial point of a call I set the tone in that call so it doesn't escalate you you hear a lot of people talk about the idea of de escalation de escalating something that has already gotten ratchet up is very difficult so the key is making sure that an officer approaches a situation whether it's J. responding to a call for service or an interaction with somebody on the street at the an officer initiates that you handle that call in such a way so that it doesn't escalate to a situation requiring the use of force if you've lost control of the situation there's a high likelihood that the result is going to be something that isn't good so if you're drawing a gun in your firing you were in a life or death situation but a lot of these calls the officers approach the situation correlate they allow you to get under competitiveness role and then they use deadly force with deadly force wasn't necessary with someone's running away from you it doesn't matter where you you know it and you're shooting a gun at them it doesn't matter whether you're shooting game for their leg or their back you shouldn't be shooting your gun

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Clyburn: I 'cringed' at Biden 'you ain't black' comment but compare him 'to the alternative, not the Almighty'

Politics and Public Policy Today

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Clyburn: I 'cringed' at Biden 'you ain't black' comment but compare him 'to the alternative, not the Almighty'

"One of Joe Biden's key congressional endorser saying that he cringed at the former vice president's comments last Friday on the African American vote congressman Jim Clyburn of South Carolina giving the Biden campaign a pivotal endorsement before that state's primary today he reacted to by this comments on ABC but first here's part of that breakfast club programme in the comments made last Friday by the likely democratic nominee Joe Biden listen you got to come see it when you come to New York VP Biden well it's a long way into November we got more questions you got more questions I tell me if you have a problem figuring out where you're for mayor trump and you ain't black they don't have to do is drop it has to do with the fact I want something for my community I would love to see a record extending the voting rights twenty five years I have a record that is second to none the N. double ACP is endorsed me every time I run the war I mean come on take a look at the record yeah I've been critical you I have a few things I want to talk to you about I know yeah you don't know me no I don't that's going to get to know you today when you get to know you today only talking about mostly black stuff I get overwhelming support from the black leadership young and old every poll shows me way ahead and black people save your political life in the primaries this year they have things they want from you and one of them is a black woman running mate what what do you say that what I said is that man's that I'm not a knowledge and anybody who's being considered but I guarantee you there are multiple black women being considered we see more clearly now in a in a black majority county are six times more likely to die in the pandemic from the White County are disproportionately uninsured African disproportionate make up their central jobs in that that they can't do at home the rest of our lives every day I'm not enough that from a radio talk show program last Friday with Joe Biden and today the house democratic whip Jim Clyburn within this reaction on ABC's the view I always think it's a mistake why folks want to sellers and think their home they did talking to friends and stuff because they just go out on a little on edge so when you heard this what what was your response to the comments thank you very much for having me on no question about that isn't there are you know it's all men Nardin is from South Carolina as well in fact here my why is my late wife share the same home town of Moncks corner we hung out together last homecoming at South Carolina state so I'm doing very well and know his job is your job isn't Mister buttons and he does that very well in this instance where your did not and do as well as I'd hoped respondent but I will say this I go about my business every day Aaron Joe Biden to the alternative not the oil market is not a perfect person you know there was talk soon now this is in doubt is determined I feel but it should be the next president of the United States and I do that by comparing the candidates to each other not to the almighty this is these are his words and his apology but basically shouldn't have been so cab cavalier he said during the interview like what he says he probably you know I was on hold on the stock in he does not take the black vote for granted he said also what do you say to African American voters who feel that they have been offended by this remarkable how do you what do you say to them look it's not a perfect person all of us in this program I'm a great admirer will be Goldberg Montero long long time I remember a few times yeah I was a little bit scared isn't our house in our own way of saying thanks I'm doing all and so we sometimes say things we do not agree with me and they come out a little bit wrong and that's what happened here I think all of us no joke but I'm not sure that I'm doing he knows me he knows there are very few minutes well I've done a lot of stuff written about and over the years and I would not have supported him if I do not think he was best suited to be the next president Yasser is just that

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"yasser" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"yasser" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The second armed gunmen one of the individuals try to engage Yasser by tripping him and we locked him up several guns recovered by police three people taken into custody the man was killed as not been identified yet but again this is the fourth homicide in Boston in the last six days ten thirty one a new study is out red flagging new risks associated with hydroxy chloride Quinn here's more according to a new study published in the medical journal lancet those with corona virus who received the anti malarial drug hydroxy chloride quit had a much higher risk of death compared with those who did not this study involved ninety six thousand hospitalized covert nineteen patients on six continents president Donald Trump is said he has been taking the medication calling it called a game changer in the fight against the virus CBS to Jim Christie love with that report governor Charlie Baker's hometown is issuing new social distancing policies I had a Memorial Day weekend the daily item reports Swampscott is implementing a no congregating policy and it goes beyond the state's ban on gatherings of ten or more people the town's guidelines for re opening the beaches and businesses are also going to be stricter than the state's plan any business looking to re open in Swampscott must first get approval from the town ten thirty three back to the roads with traffic and weather together Kevin's back with us as well the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes are they headed to the beach is I'm curious well you know what I'm saying a little company here heading over the Bourne bridge heading on Cape right now no you're not terribly jammed up here but you got some slowdowns off the bridge itself heading into the born rotary and over on the mid Cape highway heading westbound you got that lane taken for bridge work soon after exit nine here route one thirty four in that Dennis stretch not seeing any heavier volume around the area just seems to be the Bourne bridge delays heading on Cape Sagamore is looking pretty good both directions how to the west route two west bound you're jammed up here on the road work getting by route thirteen that lay Leominster those delays are pushing back to route one ninety and you get some more brake light to the cruise after Marion mad here in Fitchburg all up to the north it's one twenty eight north bound slowing of the street sweeping crews here after route one in Peabody route one eight north bound the McClellan highway still closed here before Boardman street in East Boston for an earlier crash crash investigation still there detours are set up in the laser solid back to the airport over in Somerville that ramp to mystic Avenue from assembly square getting on the ninety three north bound is closed for roadwork for the next couple of minutes or so this report sponsored by DuckDuckGo privacy fed up with companies selling your data duck duck goat sonic they help billions of people like you take back their privacy online with one download you can search and browse privately avoiding trackers all for free DuckDuckGo privacy simplified Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on.

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"yasser" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"yasser" Discussed on Latino USA

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Algorithm Targets Marijuana Convictions Eligible To Be Cleared

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:56 min | 1 year ago

Algorithm Targets Marijuana Convictions Eligible To Be Cleared

"Thousands of people with marijuana related convictions in California are getting their records cleared and most of them don't even realize it a pilot program in five counties has just wrapped up that uses a computer algorithm to instantly target eligible records code for America is a nonprofit that is partnered with district attorney offices in California to develop the program and we're joined now from San Francisco by Leah Tran Burrell senior program manager for code for America welcome to the program Hey thanks for having me so you were able to do this project because of prop sixty four a two thousand sixteen law that legalized marijuana use for adults so how does this algorithm work so the algorithm works out by reading bulk criminal conviction history based on the district attorney's eligibility criteria and produces an output with eligibility determinations that a district attorney can then provide to the court for for updates so your algorithm in essence sort of gobbles up records that meet the eligibility standards and then what happens it produces an output similar to an excel spreadsheet with all eligibility determinations I'm already complete so the alternative would be that a district attorney would have to cull through hundreds of thousands of lines of conviction data to determine eligibility for each of the convictions and their county that might be eligible so this technology allows district attorneys to do this and incredibly streamlined way so that people can get record release sooner and so that the district attorneys and government resources are are safe for other important things and and these are for what simple possession low level dealing Yasser one prop sixty four was passed it identified four different types of marijuana convictions that somebody could get relief for her so things like possession things like use the problem though was that the vast majority of people who had those convictions weren't getting relief through the petition based process so the position based process meaning you have to go to court you have to and a lot of cases have a lawyer you have to take time off of work tend to have to pay money and so there were hundreds of thousands of people in California who are eligible for this condition relief we just weren't getting it and I think we're talking about two hundred twenty thousand convictions yes across California two hundred twenty thousand connections were eligible for relief and and so once this happens people may not even be aware that the records have been cleared why is that sure the law itself didn't specify a method to notify those people who received conviction relief code for America is currently exploring ways that are effective to notify people and each district attorney's office and county in California also embarking on ways to get the word out to people in their counties who might have eligible convictions what is it practically mean for someone to have their records expunged sure so one in three Americans have a criminal record that number is immense so that's between seventy million two hundred million people a lot of people it's a lot of people yeah and convictions present thousands of barriers for people moving on with their lives things like getting housing getting jobs getting education and so the ability to clear records is a way for people to get rid of these barriers that are potentially holding them back from being successful in their lives and their communities so the pilot phase is over what happens now while we were embarking on the pilot we realize that we can actually expand the technology to help serve every county district attorneys in California and so we developed an easy to use desktop application that any disorder trees office can I can download onto the computer so it's a way for every county in California to take advantage of the technology that we provided to those five pilot counties originally

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Amazon Product Photography with Danny Carlson of Kenji ROI

Amazing FBA

09:24 min | 1 year ago

Amazon Product Photography with Danny Carlson of Kenji ROI

"Ladies and Gentlemen Boys Girls Michael Visa hit from the podcast. I'm here with Donny. Calls from Kenji. Roi Why that is one of those underachievers Founded the optimization enlisting agency Kennedy are Y is is to Actualize Freedom Caucus and Waco's a lifestyle enthusiast living in Bali. I guess if I lived in Bali I would probably be more enthusiastic chrome lifestyle as well so along with apparently quite a few of the US by While as an Stocksi living the dream so we had a really fantastic presentation down the summarizing the staying the three elements which you mentioned which keyword optimization key info communication and persuasive desire to Seemed like tastic three so big picture hooks to hang stuff on so the next obviously to look at it. Listing is can we dealt with woods a great Didn't catch folks. I Radi Greedy Edgy. To listen to watch even better. The presentation on the video. Formats educates amazing. FDA DOT com slash. Kenji K. E. N. J. you'll be able to find. And if she downloadable Donnie as well. So let's get into photography that and so what are the basic principles fuel product photography. So you've go to very principle driven strategy driven way of looking at words quite sure you have a similar strategy from the products. What are the first principles would be? Buy Y yes. Product photography is the most important part of an Amazon listening for the conversion rate actually converting people to sail. It's not going to get people to your listing except for the main image because you need the rescuers and everything like that but once they're on your listing that's basically their impression of your products and a lot of people will they're cutting out the wrong impression and just because they have a couple of good images doesn't mean you can get away with having one or two really terrible Just think about it this sway. You know we're human beings and we do actually judge each other based on appearance whether you like to think so or not and if you show up to work does address really nicely for seven days in a row but then on the eighth day you showed up without any pants on people are going to judge you pretty strongly based on that right. I don't think you're go that you're less Depends on what kind of job you have. I suppose. But that's the impression that you're putting if you have six really great images in any seven images just garbage edged like with your iphone and the lighting this you can barely tell what your product is right. So every single image matters on Amazon. The the second biggest principle I think people get wrong is not having a very specific purpose for every single image. Let's just say that a lot of Amazon shoppers. Do not it read. You're listening they're just GonNa read maybe your title and maybe scan the bullet points maybe scan over your description. better if it's an eight plus content or ABC description but probably. They're going to look at the photos the price and they're gonNA make a buying decision. People are lazy and was an image. You can communicate a much more information in much less less time even if there's no text on image br example if there is a model that is wearing a rain jacket for example wearing a rain jacket. And they're out in the forest forest and they're getting rained on his and his ripping over top. There is a ton of information in that image. Right there it is showing roughly how the fit of the rain jacket jacket like is it. Does it show up really drooping model to show up super tight in showing that the hood is over in a show that totally waterproof or shows the water coming off there. It shows edited song geared towards hikers. People are using it outdoors. It just. There's so much information your brain can insulate take in from an image rather than reading which is much slower so you WanNa have a very specific purpose for each one of these. I recommend creating your shot list in advance. Whether you're doing the voters yourself or you're getting a professional the company that you report your your buddy create a shot lists that is based around the most important things to show about your product. So it's kind of comes back to copywriting principals identifying what the most key benefits your product provides are based on your research and then creating the shortlist from that maybe one of the key benefits alleged that you have. Is You know it repels water right. Let's go with the rain. Jacket example again. How is the best way to show that repels water? You could show. That was a graphic design image with like a rain droplet on it with an icon but probably a more effective way to show that it'd be having D'Amato wearing a rain jacket and a bunch of water. Actually she coming off it. It's it's a flasher way to show that but something like sizing is probably better shown in a graphic design image. Where you have the rain jackets sitting when you have some markers showing okay? This dimension is strictly three inches. This dimension like Chess Dimension is twenty two inches and stuff like that so you really gotta think once those who have your amount of images and you have each one of those filled out. What the key benefit? What is the best type of image? Actually show off that benefit and you wanna be using a mixture of less model graphic design images was some graphics added to them and some studio images was white background. Even if it's just only your niche which are just because Amazon requires that that main image so that is just an overall concept that a lot of people just don't put enough time and energy into and one more thing when it comes to you lifestyle images I see this all the time and it makes me cringe so much when you have a model using your product make sure that the model is actually actually in the act of doing something that you're trying to show. The model should not holding the product in posing like looking at the camera. And like the worst is. When it's a supplemental laments? Something like that or like a skin care product and it's like holding the packaging and just like looking at the camera like they're trying to show but it just blows my mind that people think that that's a good idea. The whole point of having a lot is showing the customer. What they're like? There's going to be like after having products and you know what what kind of benefit you're trying it show comprehensive Elsa so Yeah I like the The Klay mindedness. You very very good at cutting to the chase of this. This was something is really helpful site. Where every image masses Yasser that people will judge and rightly has its against world? Djembe sleep trying to put on some kind of best front especially in a work situation but in a sales situation we all know. It's exited the pets tried to put on the best fraud. Said they show some colored biddle problem even when the Up in what north is going to be like what it tends to your house. Rise was the feeding the APP. The question happened lines. Yeah I was just thinking about. It's it's completely relevant to Amazon Bud. This way you get away with wearing pants. New Pants Transition And not get if you look at online. David conferencing type stuff like with say US the other way. If you get away without Kadett craziness so very good point but joking aside Kevin King these very very strong image at Decades says the secret to be judged on your worst image which is a great old of thumb. So I love the you've reminded us about. I think the point where if you can get get five fantastic images out there but at six one in if it's going to be mediocre so very good reminded on the second one is every imaging having a pep is really important and then the cartoon benefits which is the basics of good salesmanship but a Lotta people mess it up completely. They get abused by this object in front of them stop. Budget crossing offing Why are we so tell me a bit more than if we're going to be very clear about the purpose of each image tightly? I don't say the Started image being. I used to communicate bests than how do we decide. What sort of voter or indeed waltz the machines because the missionaries top purpose? Again that it needs to be benefit different but how do we structure listing as whole so that the flow into each other in some logical order. Yeah so the logical order in my opinion is to go off key info optimization if you guys heard the other podcast episode or we're going over the triple optimize listing. One of those. Three pieces is key impo optimization. That's basically just whatever that list of the most key benefits that you came up with the shot list order those and or importance for the your customers your products and the most important ones should be in the most prominent places realistic. So so the two most important places would be the first three images and then the first little snippet every title after Your First Main Keyword is should be your first name followed by. I most important piece of information. So let's say on a really common one is with food containers kind EP free. He has a real trigger word. People were only looking for BP free food containers. They don't want the cheap Chinese ones that are going to need help but this crazy hormone meddling chemical into their bodies I would put. BPA Free in that second all snippet of the title and then after the main image images by regulations has pure white background and just product product. But I would put that whatever image you have created for. EPA would be the second image because it's just the most important thing

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Attorney: Mar-A-Lago Checkpoint Crasher Is Mentally Ill

America's First News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Attorney: Mar-A-Lago Checkpoint Crasher Is Mentally Ill

"A defense attorney for an opera singer who drew gun fire while driving through checkpoints outside president trump's Florida home so she's mentally ill the attorney for hand real mild pulled up Palm Beach county judge Monday should stop taking your medication which caused a Fridays at wild car chase Yasser Arafat a prominent appearance on behalf of my client your honor the state and the defense have agreed subject to your honor's approval that this matter be transferred to mental health court can be scheduled for a hearing on Friday my client to remain in custody of course Hannah has a long history of mental illness she was not taking her medication I've made arrangements for her to be seen by Dr Steven R. Alexander the former courts psychologist and by Stanley McKnight a certified mental health professional authorities say the woman drover rented SUV at secret service agents and sheriff's deputies at check points she was being chased by a highway patrol trooper who thought she was

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Waking From The Dream With Dr. Kirsten Van Heerden

9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

08:21 min | 1 year ago

Waking From The Dream With Dr. Kirsten Van Heerden

"So the question that everyone that Oh come on it? When you're younger has an athlete will bigger than the gold you went to achieve? It's an interesting question that when I was young athlete and often talk to people about this and and say I was not one of those athletes. That's when I was young dreamed of being Olympic athletes. I think I just if I'm honest. I love swimming and I was super competitive additive so I swam. 'cause everybody just loved it and I was obviously That even from Gina level at school and I just love love being in the water and I'm super competitive in whatever ideas that kind of suited me and they just found my way within that then of course as a status train hard it was probably in just entered. High School is around twelve twelve and I decided to stop doing the sports. I used to do a little bit odd gymnastics until I grew six toll. I can't gymnastics to told to do it. I did a bit of basketball okay of Naples but of high jump but you as a win. It's too high school. I really try something. That was the thing that I wanted to do and really became focused on that from Yasser around twelve eighteen years of age End of mates genius African teens and progressed to some senior African team so my career kind of just suppose it flowed from nats and it was really just something to say. I love to end enjoyed competing in flow going on that. Have you find flamingos by one day being fined the pool one day. Anything I love this. I'm actually a mismatch and so when I was younger the young kid. The doctors That she takes me swimming because is being is pretty good for asthma. Actually a lot of Zuma's that I know have have esmer's well and so. She decided to take some swimming lessons. I have all the brother and he was going at the same time so I think it was convenient for her to take together. So y'all got into. It's probably from the age of roundabouts three. I was in the pool and really as I got in. I just remember accidentally loving being in the water and something that kind of came naturally as foes and we would spend some. I remember my my brother and I in the neighborhood children in our swimming pool and pain gains. And you're running around crazy. Certain has always been around horror and then we would have cepal days we would have family holidays at the beach McCain from the ages of love being in the water at the beach each say something to say from the Seemed seven affinity full. Lucky could I had asthma too. And my day run more doc icon. Brenham come out of it and now they okay. We'll get they're gonNA run so when you started kind of seeing you Kinda went all in on the Fleming economist at age twelve and Says at what point did you say I wanNA take this to be the next web for me. You almost around about that age. Say as I got into grade eight at high school in the the middle of great eight assay ahead some decisions to make around various different sports. I thought to myself at that point. You know what I couldn't imagine myself is carrying on gymnastics. I'd go into the provincial cuts for its net end soon with Nipple Hijab but I thought to myself you know when I finished school I can really see myself carrying on swimming. That was the one thing that I really love. And so has steadily from say probably that middle of great age. It was a conscious decision that this was something that I really wanted to do. And then by the end of Grade Eight said made my fist acid African junior team. And so I suppose I kind of got rewards straight away. Wait for that decision which was great because okay this on the right path yet and every year after that I was fortunate enough to make a team to travel whether whether it was to Europe or the states or something like that and compete and so getting those kinds of awards for your hard work really motivated me to keep going and keep the suing it. Sometimes when we these like at a young age we know it can not either you know give of competent world or you know kind of backfire on though so for you. What kind of cup? Humble you know an offensive you know you achieve great thing but always More work be done better. Yeah I I think there were a number of Vista. I think my family kicked my feet on the ground and I'm always incredibly grateful for that. You know when I was at home. It was very much you simply Chris. We don't care what swimming team rewritten you. Part of the family things that you need to do here so they say my family rarely did kind of keep my feet on the ground and as much as I say that I made some African something teams which I did. I was never travelling overseas. And being the best in the world from straightaway and even in South Africa. You know there was some competitive. The report. me so I think you had to in maybe at school level. It's a little bit easier into into the higher levels and other that had quite hard to beat the goal that was in front of me. I'm going to make the teams and you go the season. You realize WHOA. I'm at be good inside Africa but I'm not that great internationally and because of my competitive nature I think that was just kicked me pushing me motivation to push further rally and yes. The safe was both of those things in my family instrumental. Tremain Tal in just helping. Keep me grounded said lots of friends I think as well that were nonstop is unknown athletes. And she's saying to someone earlier today in the best possible way. I didn't really care about you. Know as it was really fantastic that you could go and just hang on him and not have to be kissed in the summit you could it just via self. I love the Laflin because he kriton yourself having a lot of time. You know like we don't really like her last call that we have to call them in our did any of being you know Kobe. The athletes Stand your kristen. Yeah exactly it has sometimes. Yeah people don't even know your name that would just use is a summer where you're the one at school is being called from the stage for example in assemblies and that you get whatever crisis that might be and as much as it was great right your identity entity can become wracked at the net. And I think all athletes union was the soft place to land this alternative world because the world of elite sport can actually be pretty cautioned. Tough and you need this other world that you can just be a selfish and self worth as well you know for me. And I'm sure we'll get onto this. You know not drawing that Ernie from my formats and the swimming pool being able to see self worth a posh from that and you hang out with friends that disliked you for you because you were doing one on the swimming pool thousand South I learned the hard way got hurt my tomato and along the athlete and I saw how the world kind of shifted for me a little bit. You know the longer no the guy like just another do not like oh different world at this way absolute is trying to figure that out and again talk a fad at old figured out. That didn't they. Were certainly times way. It was incredibly difficult when I didn't make team why didn't perform well. It's taught not enjoy yourself with from that it's hard not to see yourself as that and actually it was just off to school. I had qualified qualified for the Commonwealth Games. And Americans know the Commonwealth Games up all the Commonwealth countries are involved end. It's quite a major event and I'd qualified for it but some Africa have a standard way you have to make the qualifying time in the final at nationals and had been in the week eating up to the nationals. I didn't make time and I remember being completely devastated that a hedonist made the Commonwealth Games and it was almost a sense at that point of the second was who am. I haven't made this team. I say I remember so clearly thinking and family will love me but I had to go until my friends at this is what had happened and and your moment's started to realize that I couldn't only see myself as kristen head to also really make sure that I was seeing myself as someone else

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Building Great Teams and Obsessing Over the Customer Experience with Scott Becker, Founder and Publisher at Becker's Healthcare

Outcomes Rocket

09:04 min | 1 year ago

Building Great Teams and Obsessing Over the Customer Experience with Scott Becker, Founder and Publisher at Becker's Healthcare

"I have the privilege of hosting Scott Becker for the second time I had him on the podcast about three years ago we. We talked a lot about leadership and a lot of the trends in healthcare. Lots has changed in the last three years so excited to have Scott back on in in. What's close to five hundred episode So we've had many conversations if you don't remember Scott is the partner at McGuire Woods Alpi and also publisher at Bekker's healthcare Scott previously served on the McGuire Woods Boorda partners and served for nearly fifteen years as chairman airman of the national healthcare the apartment. He really the the firm has one of the best regarded healthcare practices in the world and Scott got has played a major role there. He's also the founder and publisher of bekker's healthcare and Becker's hospital review and it's related events and publications he remains remains. The publisher and chief content officer of Bekker's healthcare Yasser produces the BEKKER's C. Suite report and related media which is all focused done business outside of healthcare a graduate of Harvard law school and also Author of four books in a CPA. I don't know how he does it all but he does it. He's one of the best thought leaders in healthcare in my opinion and Excited to join him in a conversation once again. So take a listen to this. Awesome interview. you're gonNA enjoy the thoughts that that he has to share and the fun that we have during our conversation and with that introduction. I WanNa give you who a warm welcome Scott. Thanks so much for joining me again. Well thank you so much for having me always a pleasure to visit with you. Thank you sir. So Scott. You're doing on. I really cool things and and before we get into the meat and bones of today's interview is I do WanNa Park at the work you've been doing with your podcast uncast. Can you share a little bit more about it and why you guys started. There was sure so the core that we do. At bekker's healthcare has two parts of it. Our digital media efforts in our big conferences and events around three or four core core sectors and healthcare hospital systems health. It surgeries others is by so to get your of course podcasts. The podcasts are sort of a fascinating to me. It on. They're more sort of a as you know a magnificent way to just visit with interesting people people in a format you might not otherwise get to visit with them in and so yes people listen to them but the great pleasure for me is getting talk up to a whole range of leaders and people in all aspects of life. I mean yesterday at a podcast with a woman physician who's Muslim background. Speaking about being a Muslim docker America two weeks ago I spoke with Jean Woods. The CEO of Atrium health also former chair of the HA and one of the great growing systems. Those are the country. Here's get a chance to visit with magnificent group at different people and twelve chance to visit with interesting people. I tend to enjoy people. So that's that's what I love most about the podcasting and then people listening to them. It's more of a kind activity tool and a way to visit with people and if people visit in the conversations or anything else I think it's great and you're so right about that right. I mean the the ability to connect with others. That are doing great things a while. Back AGO folks ahead Scott on the podcast. He was At the very beginning actually and for those that have been listening for quite some time. You know that Scott was is one of the key people that inspired me to do my podcast so awesome to see him doing his his podcast. Now it is a great way to visit with others. And if you haven't but listen to that first episode with Scott It's episode number five. You GotTa Outcomes Rocket Dot Health type and Scott Becker. You'll you'll see where we focused on being patient centric and building outstanding teams which is something that Scott does so well and and and Scott. What's inspiring your work today? I I would say really two things inspire what I see. One is with all the talk about healthcare which you are seeing is tremendous advances in some cure for certain diseases. So oncology sort of almost didn't make that much progress for a long time in certain kinds of oncology and now making crazy progress so that inspires me just watching those things inspires me. I don't have anything to do with it. But they inspire me and then the other thing that spires ars me just you know working with magnificent people in visiting with people and hearing their stories and seeing what they're doing it so those are the two things that sort of excite me the great advances out there all all the negative talk in to just talking to people Scott and I've been to to your meetings and there are a lot of. I always connect with so many great people people to your point. You know the speakers and the keynotes are always super entertaining. What would you say makes what Bekker's offers different than what's out there? We're trying to is be queer concise fast moving and try and be very clear about our goal to teach people and entertain and the core of what we do is building everything we do around the core audience the core participants in the sector. So if you're looking at are hostile meetings it's really built around the jets built around three hundred great hostile leaders. It's not built around us. It's built around the core audience. The cord leadership in our we were in four different areas health. It also some surgery centers in spine but dissimilar a similar rasping everything. We're really built around the audience. Not around us and we try and teach entertain in clear concise simple content. And we've got a great team that implemented we've got great editorial team a Great Jenner team great leadership and Business Valentin which you can't do anything without those so it's it's a mix of things that we try and do to make work well and and it's a constantly changing environment but we've got a great team and we try and save very close to the audience really counts. That really. Is the driver behind everything we do. Love it serving bring. Your audience is super important. And it's hard to do in easy to be distracted. Can you share what you do to stay hyper focused on your audience against well. It is a is a great question. We have very very clear goals and directives on how we try and build everything that we do. And how now it's built to be audience centric versus vendor centric. And they're two very different things and we focus. I making sure our team and our audience dance is well taken care of we those things then things seem to work out well and it just a constant clarity of focus on what really counts. And we've got you know we've a few constituents. We have to take care of the audience. First and foremost doing short commercial interest. It makes sense for them and obviously our speakers speakers in our team are the other parts of that sort of stool love it. How about on the law side of things? You're still a practicing partner at at McGuire. Woods anything that you WANNA share to the listeners. That that are thinking about their their Legal Affairs and the things that they do there air. Anyone WANNA share. Yeah no it's. It's a great question so I've struggled to forever in one of them really out of the other. All my work has been in healthcare for thirty years. Now it's started as a law career and then built this media business almost by accident but grew into serious company money due to great leadership of our team. There are editorial team are Jonah deem our our business team just call and everybody else the On the law side ride the biggest congressman I've had is pretty similar built in its practice but to do that and build a practice in healthcare and then insert your center selfless equity. I was able to early on start to build great teams and everything that one dozen life. Today it requires great teams so the thing most of proud of him most excited about at the law firm is a team I built in the number of people there that have become partner in the firm that were under my mentorship. It's our ship is a whole cadre of people that really were part of my team originally and now grown to be leaders in the firm partners in the firm and one of which is now the cheer of our national healthcare practice but just a great group of people from you know give shots to all them you know people like Melissa. Holly Barks Howen Gretchen amber in more and more and And and others that really came up under in with me and Jeff cockrel perspective. Some practice that came along with me now of largely built greater backs may but was just a magnificent experience.

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What sets Trump's Mideast peace plan apart from previous proposals?

Ben Shapiro

10:10 min | 1 year ago

What sets Trump's Mideast peace plan apart from previous proposals?

"The trump brings out this peace plan yesterday is this plan is effectively very simple basically get knowledges realities on the ground that's what this from Middle East peace plan is that what you're hearing from the media today is that trump has changed the game in the Middle East that from his abandon prospects for peace when what to wear is about this is the prospects for peace have stopped all wounds the reason they have stock always in the Middle East is because you have one side that would like to white the other side off of the map now a lot of prospects for peace over there in order to understand the Middle East conflict what you have to understand is one very simple truth Israel has accepted every piece offer that has ever been put in front of it and every single piece offer has been rejected by the Palestinians and the Arab world generally back in nineteen seventeen when the ball for declaration was first promulgated that said there would be Jewish national home in Palestine meeting now will be Jordan as well as Israel when that was first put out there the Jews immediately accepted the herbs turned it down and when people talk about this vast territory for the Jews get let let's be real about this there's some fifty eight Arab and Muslim countries on planet earth Arab or Muslim countries on planet earth all the Arab countries are all Muslim country there is one Jewish state I'm plant earth it is tiny Israel is something like fifteen thousand square miles is extraordinarily small Israel is half the size of New Jersey in a region that is extraordinarily large so the idea of a Jewish national home there not only is not any sort of giant cram down on the on the Arab population it is eight eight eight tiny percentage of the total land mass in the area and of course Jews have never stop living there there is a historic Jewish tie to the land of Israel but the reason I'm going back in history is you need to understand why it is the pieces never happen there and then because of the Jews okay so the Jews were originally told by the British Mandate by the British they're going to get Jordan as well as Israel okay then sliced off Jordan then they slice off half of Israel are they sliced away most of today and Samaria they sliced away half of Jerusalem it's like the way the Gaza Strip and then did you accepted that you like okay the U. N. says that Israel can be a state jurors will be an open international city right under the tutelage of the west right will not be in fact owned by the Jews are owned by the Arabs will be under the tutelage of the United Nations whatever is real touch that deal except it right granted an indefensible rum state in the borders in nineteen forty seven Israel accepted and the Arabs rejected has been termed by people living in Israel be out of its borders because they're completely indefensible completely understand how small Israel is you have to understand the borders before nineteen sixty seven included an area of Israel that is nine miles wide okay the distance from our office to the Santa Monica beach and that is the distance and and without traffic okay for without traffic you can travel the with of Israel with a bit of the state of Israel you can travel that without traffic in four in forty seven forty at worst you can travel that in under fifteen minutes and that is the worst in the entire country in that particular area if you've never been is really don't understand the geography you don't actually understand what's going on and understand how closely everything is packed together okay so Israel accepts that and the Arabs rejected and they declare war the Saudis the Jordanians the Egyptians the Syrians they all declare war on this new state the British were very much afraid of taking off the air is because they didn't want to drive the Arabs in the arms of the chair of the Soviet Union they refuse to allow Jews to emigrate to British Mandate Palestine so during the world during World War two as the Holocaust is happening the British mandated preventing Jews from moving in specifically because they don't want to take off the Arabs in the area the Jews largely go along with that Ben Gurion largely goes along with that in the interest of venture we getting state the state is finally granted by the United Nations and once that happens the user like okay fine I guess we'll just accept it okay if I like okay good at least we have a place to go at least now there is a Jewish national home and everything now okay this is when all of Japan's Maria Andrews wasn't international control and the Gaza Strip all of that is delegated to the Arabs who had pre sixty seven borders and say no and they want you in an isolation attack on the state of Israel and Israel fights back in the early stages of that of that war Arabs are urged by the Arab leadership to flee the area specifically because they're supposed to get out of the way of the onrushing Arab armies are gonna come in and crush the Jews and so they they're so hundred thousand Palestinian Arabs for living in the in the British Mandate Palestine in the Jewish area of what will be the the Israeli state of Palestine the the Israeli area Palestine hundred thousand arms fully he then as the war progresses it turns out that a lot of the Arab villages are actually if columns operating on behalf of the Arab armies which is exactly what you would expect because this is an ethnic conflict Hey the the Arabs are using these as bases of attack against the Jews they're cutting off supply lines supply rolled and the and the Israelis put in place some called operation dollar which says we are not going to lock down our tiny army in guarding these villages that are effectively in many cases a fifth column instead we're going to tell people that they need to leave these villages and move over to the Arab side okay now remember when the state of Israel was declared the state of Israel declaration of independence urges the Arab citizens to stay to stay here be part of the part of the work that we are doing be part of the state Ben Gurion didn't understand why the Arabs are fleeing using you can live here what's the problem she's lived as minority in Arab countries for thousands of years why exactly should there not be one Jewish state where Arabs are a minority and the assumption on the part of the Israeli leadership is that as all the Jews flowed into Israel from the other Arab countries and from Europe that that would become minority population more minority population their population okay sell people flee and then the Israeli army in the second wave is fighting these battles in in the middle of war there's always population term well people always leave to get out of the way I'm on rushing battles and the Israeli army can't afford to be locked down pin down transitive van insurgent campaigns in certain villages into the clear the population out okay so after the war ends there now something like for it anywhere from four hundred to seven hundred thousand Palestinian refugees at the same exact time nearly the same number of Jews are expelled from Arab countries around the region of ever talk about this right like the reason that there's so many Moroccan Jews who live in Israel the reason there's so many Iranian Jews living in Israel the reason there's so many Syrian Jews living in Israel is because at the time of the Israeli sounding seven hundred thousand Jews were expelled from the surrounding Arab countries and Israel took all of them in all of them it'll take all of them and with no international help he normally the U. N. helped fund the placement of refugees in new places no help at all Israel takes all of them in the Arab states instead of absorbing these populations into the general population decides that they're going to keep these populations refugees so the first movie is we are not going to actually allow them to return to the state of Israel when I can allow them to move back to division because that would be acknowledging that we lost the war and that they would have to then be Israeli citizens then very quickly within about a year the Arab leadership says you know great if we could infiltrate the state of Israel with a bunch of people who are on our side one of his state of Israel destroyed at that point the Israelis like well guess what we are not letting people in back into the state when they fled their homes were not letting them back in just to stand in favor of the destruction of the state is not never in human history has been the obligation of a of a state that was declared war on by its surrounding population to take in large numbers of members of people who are trying to destroy the state from within that has never been anything okay in in the aftermath of everywhere they're refugees the idea of resettlement of the refugees back in their original homes has never really been a thing either in fact is in the aftermath of World War two there were huge population transfers all over Europe they're in the aftermath of the of the declaration of the division of Pakistan and India there were tens of millions of people who are refugees and they were taken in by their countries and they did is that Indians live in India and Muslims live in Pakistan and the specific area where there is no separation cashmere has been a hot spot ever since but there's never been any call for less sixty years for all of the Indians were expelled from Pakistan and left Pakistan to have their original homes back in Pakistan right is never been negotiation point the Palestinians then are used as a tool by the Arab world to club Israel into submission and their use as an excuse to claim that Israel ought to be is right this is the so called right of return it's a great book on this at recommended yesterday called the war for turn by a couple of the leftist Israelis one was a former labor MK member of Knesset and one of them is journalist hearts okay so I'm just explaining history because it you're not going to stand from fees plan until you understand okay so there's never been anything internationally that says the Jews cannot live in Judean Samaria it's a ridiculous suggestion the notion that it is somehow a violation of international law for the Jews who won a defensive war in nineteen forty to settle in the areas they want is upset it's absurd okay in nineteen sixty four the Arabs still have yes merry on Gaza Egypt is in the Gaza Strip but has not an exit specifically because it does not actually want the Palestinian population absorbed into the Egyptian population density area have not been annexed by Jordan right they've not been technically annexed by Jordan for the exact same reason but Jordan is ruling intraday and Samaria Hey this is a so the notion that Israel was always ruling all of these errors all is just not historically true the Palestine Liberation Organization which is Yasser Arafat's organization now the Palestinian authority which rules the Palestinian areas in the west bank an area act the Palestinian authority effectively is founded in nineteen sixty four now you might notice something on the time line here nineteen sixty four is before nineteen sixty seven in nineteen sixty four the Arabs are talking about the liberation of Palestine at that point Jerusalem is split the Jordanians are in control of the old city of Jerusalem they've banned all Jews mentoring the old city of Jerusalem they discriminate against Christians in the old city of Jerusalem they build barbed wire fences around Jerusalem Hey they already control Judea and Samaria Egypt controls the Gaza Strip and yet there's something called the Palestine Liberation Organization weird what exactly are they seeking to liberate make very clear in their charter what exactly they're seeking to liberate every square inch of territory between the Jordan River in the Mediterranean Sea in other words the murder of every Jew in that region and the ethnic cleansing of Jews from that region a second Holocaust get a made this clear since nineteen sixty four in the nineteen sixty seven war happens and all the Arab countries under the leadership of NASA in Egypt decide to mobilize against the Israelis they decide they're going to want to second war every time shin against the Israelis and the Israelis get wind of this and the Israelis

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Suspect in Hingham SWAT Incident To Appear Court

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect in Hingham SWAT Incident To Appear Court

"I hang a man will be in court tomorrow after allegedly firing shots of police holding them at bay for several hours pharaoh cheops whose facing several charges after police say you're fired at swat officers from apartment in Hingham shipyard investigators say they were first called to the scene for a report of domestic dispute neighboring apartments were evacuated as a precaution officers negotiated with Yasser was for several hours he gave up without incident police say they recovered a handgun hidden in the ceiling vent in the apartment we also say a GPS tracking device had been ordered to wear had been cut

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The Methylation Diet with Dr. Kara Fitzgerald

The Dr. Hedberg Show

11:49 min | 1 year ago

The Methylation Diet with Dr. Kara Fitzgerald

"So some really interesting things to talk about today. And as I mentioned we're GonNa talk about relation. And why don't we just start with with some bedrock information for Are Lay people and practitioners about you know what is methylation uh-huh and if you could just give us a basic overview of it is and how it works Yasser. Listen if you've got any serious sort of folk history geeks It was actually we just the body it was just we were D- Our ability to mesylate compounds To detoxify them was first discovered in eighteen. Eighty seven if anybody needs a cocktail party factoid. But it was it was long after that before the methylation methylation cycle was actually characterized SEM SEO. Methionine was discovered. You know it was in the twentieth century. When when all of that was teased out so methylation is really quite simply as you know either were putting a a a methyl group with his car which is carbon three hydrogens either were? We're I by adding it to a compound or we we are. We're removing it from a compound or we are producing ESA Dennis on a seal methionine. which is the cofactor that carries that methyl group that can be put on compounds? So that's fun. That's what methylation is and it's everywhere you know it's it's in Internet Lord says Those those those folks talking a lot about methylation say it's happening in every cell all of the time crime and I would argue that. It's probably pretty close to that. I mean it's interesting to me that we use this addition of a methyl group Rupe or The methylation cycle which interfaces as you know intimately with the full late vitamer cycle insult curation. But you know it's interesting that we use these. He's in such important fundamental Processes you know body wide just to give you a couple of ideas nick of its importance. Three of the four DNA bases require a functioning fully slash methylation cycle for production three of the four basis and that fourth base which has cited scene is the base that Indiana methylation gets methylated. So Oh for D for for gene expression fundamentally for gene expression. We have to have good math elation and for DNA repair. We need good mcmath elation so just think about it to make DNA to regulate DNA expression to repair DNA all requires really you know high functioning math elation and sue just as I've been into this more and more and more right from an evolutionary perspective I I just ponder How interesting it is that we just we use it everywhere so and then additionally a lot of the folks interested in methylation know for instance that we're detoxifying hormones toxins oxen's Histamine Clarence neurotransmitter synthesis phospholipids at the US? Like you know choline is a really methyl donor a demanding process. We use it to to Make creating you know in in in Muscle Energy In you know in kind of on and on a stem cell. So here's another really interesting thing going. Back to the EPA genetic regulation. The regulation of DNA expression are stem. Cell fate is determined by our DNA methylation patterns so Camino Genesis Genesis and Embryo Genesis High methylation activity times very much. So so are you going to be a brain cell or a lung cell or a Gut Sell Etcetera Etcetera Sarah. Although stem those pluripotent stem cell roles are defined through DNA methylation patterns And prior to that you know the DNA methylation Asian patterns from Mom and dad you know in the sperm and egg those are mostly wiped clean and the new patterns are laid down. They're not completely wiped I to clean and so the Herod Ability of DNA methylation is actually established in this really early time and I know you're paying attention in this Serena how much you're focusing but I know that you're a really smart guy with a broad area of interest. So you know. The the the heritable the EPA genetic Connecticut ability is Is In this arena. The fact that we don't completely erase all of the DNA methylation patterns from mom and dad or grandma. AM ON GRANDPA and generations prior and they're carried forward so it's just it's extraordinary. This whole areas has become quite interesting. Today I'm going to stop for a minute. I mean so with with so many connections to to methylation since it's kind of at the the core of of what's going on the sell. It has to be difficult at times to figure out if it is truly connected to the patient's condition and good question. How how do you approach was the need or you know the the interest in looking deeper into methylated in particular patients? Are there any particular conditions not sendo. Well that's a really good question arguably we all need to be addressing methylation Dan and arguably we wanna be doing it really upstream. So there's you know there are certain times we're GONNA be leaning more heavily like you know pre preconception. Planning you know when you know women who are pregnant we we want to be leaning on it more heavily I know there are host of conditions nations that you know some of us in in in our arena have associated with elation defects more. Obviously it probably the best evidence is around depression and You know other neuropsychiatric conditions certainly in autism we we we comments commonly method methylation defects. So I ah but I want to. I guess I want to say that my my so a big practice exchanger for me has been thinking much more upstream and globally about methylation in really putting a lot of attention on EPA genetic methylation and I want to give you a little bit of the backstory neck. Interrupt me if I'm going on too long but let me just talk about that and that I think this will kind of elucidate where I'm coming from. So you know back in the lab you know years ago we were looking at methylation all the time looking at amino acids associated with the methylation cycle. Of course we always look at home assisting at Sarah we're looking at self Eurasian and so we've been thinking about it for a long time and then we started to layer and single nucleotides polymorphisms and you know in the hopes that we would get sort of a more for a deeper more useful clinical picture arguably. I don't know we we didn't. I don't know that that that. Mta chaffar status always always lens much clarity to a patient's condition. I don't know that it you know I I would say it's actually the exception that it really game changes how we approach patients nations So we had the organic acids and the various biomarkers there. We layered in the single nuclear type polymorphism and you know maybe a little benefit not that much. So I flash forward EPA GENETIC RESEARCH STARTS really really pouring out over maybe the last eight eight years or so. I mean extraordinarily so and for me in about twenty twelve twenty thirteen enough studies on epigenetics and cancer. Were moving across my desk that I realized I needed to dive in like I needed to start to understand. Stay on this and a deeper way. Honestly you know it was yet another. Oh Mix investigation and I had a little bit of comics fatiguing at that time and I was like Aw You know here's just another really complicated kind of Arcane physiologic processes going on that. I need to understand dammit but there I did dive. And and the bulk of the research is in the epigenetics cancer and by-in-large you know the most important genetic mark appears here's to be DNA methylation as I unpacked it. It became a practice game changer for me. So the background in it is that in cancer. So the tumor number micro environment is very effective. At harnessing our own EPI genetic machinery intake taking Over DNA methylation for its own nefarious ends. So when we hyper mentally a promoter region of a gene that gene is effectively turned off when we hypo methylated when we win those when either there is an absence method groups on The the gene need or those methyl groups are removed. That gene is allowed to express so the tumor micro environment can very efficiently hyper methylated tumor suppressor genes and so the first question for me as a as a functional medicine doctor looking at methylation prescribing vitamins. HIGH-DOSE B twelve full eight. All of the time and was well. Geez you know. Do I need to stop doing that. In my patients who I'm suspecting cancer in or who are in an age range of an increased risk or who have cancer etc these. These stopped me in my tracks. These papers that were pouring out hyper methylated and you know could could who'd supporting or pushing methylation for a word have some kind of an impact and it turns out. There's an a suggestion in the literature that perhaps perhaps it could now has that stopped me from prescribing vitamins. When my patients need them no not at all but I began to wonder about it an upstream approach to math elation? There's nothing in the literature so wit. Let me actually back up and say HYPO. methylation of the DNA so global global Haifa methylation of all the DNA is something that happens as we age all of us are moving towards less global methylation but then there are these regions of hyper methylation where we don't want them it's like are it's like our DNA methylation becomes disordered as a part of the aging process and you can see that it it underscores all these complex chronic diseases including auto immunity. You had mentioned that your audience tends to be interested in that you seeing these disordered patterns happening putting in all these diseases of old age So globally it's an it's low methylation but these pockets of imbalance hyper methylation good genes being shut down like nerf to tumor suppressor genes and on and on so so my first question was you know. Can we effectively move upstream upstream and prescribe a a methyl donor rich Diet and looking in the literature as you know there's there are no studies on Greens on Leafy Greens cancer. So we know these are safe. You know beats beat rich Diet and cancer really not out there even liver which is a methyl donor superfood you. You know. There's no sociation unless maybe eight really really lousy liver With causing cancer so we saw that we could actually push athlete with a diet and beyond safe if grounds

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"yasser" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"yasser" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Like the way we're playing Yasser reminder for me today we address you know the same time we're taking that came over and we had a little laughs at the end of the second where we got away from a shop and tell animal to shop we had a chance last night we were almost two three to when we were in the seventies and eighties at one time and they were in the teens but the last five six minutes of the second we'll have four five of those seventy eighty we got away and sure enough we cost one up transition and we handed them three two thanks a lot different game three one three two after a second for sure and as he said overall feels pretty good about the way the team is play but it's those mistakes it seems like every single time is hurting the lightning and again you don't expect that to last the whole season but at least right now through thirty three games it has a rating point says at some point things are gonna turn around especially if they keep playing good hockey like I said he's got sick whether bounces that they'll eventually turn and I was just nice not getting down is not sound trying to force things and going forcing us Megan troublesome just plants on school and help with her first Tyler matter rats from SiriusXM manager radio told me a leading power play live today he feels like the leading or just not getting rewarded for their good play recently without a doubt yeah lighting of them playing some great hockey as of late and the crazy thing is I think the one downside for them has been goaltending and Andrea about the less you kind of been mediocre over the past couple games and you just go back to the third that stars game at watching it there are three two are the Tampa Bay Lightning you're thinking all right there they're going to close this game out the lightning and answer cog Randall throws one on that that somehow some way under about the lucky can't catch or can't keep them as a quick minute all right on the creek and the Dallas Stars just like that by the game and all want to go to overtime editing possible and unfortunately for the lightning fast lefty Tyler second I was actually getting pretty hot lately when the game for them so you're right lightning have been playing well as of late they were absolutely throwing everything on that in that game against Dallas but unfortunately could only come out with the one point and really when you look at the standings right now Tampa Bay is only two points out of third place in the Atlantic division again the lighting is only played thirty three games they have a couple of games in hand on teams in front of them in the standings so it's not time to panic for sure however string someone's together would go a long way in reinforcing to them the how they are playing is the right way and tonight no doubt it will be a good challenge for sure not triple A.'s proud partners of the Tampa Bay Lightning Goebbels coming up soon or lighting a radio pre game reports we've got Eric Rawlinson Dave Mishkin and Kaylee chili else coming up it's all right around the corner as we get set for lighting caps come up in about twenty minutes on leading radio.

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"yasser" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I mean is he she or it here or is it somewhere else and and Yasser is really there at a different frequency that you know like a different radio station like at this very moment you know coast to coast maybe broadcasting different shows a different time or is somewhere in LA there's a radio station that broadcasts different shows at the same time and you can choose one into whichever one you want to listen to night even if you take one channel is the other one not existent is because this thing is broadcasting also but you choose not to listen to it so the same way the spirit guide there at a different frequency there here present so what are we need to do we need to change the frequency of our mind and so how do you do that now there are techniques that we can use one very powerful technique in that's the previous lady that just called in is that breathing exercises so by breathing exercises you can really and quickly and efficiently although your brain waves and then you can use sounds like you know you have this you know sounds that I use them in my practice you if you put the headphones on and they they kind of synchronized to two hemispheres and all of these techniques breathing miss sounds and then the meditation as follows helps you to change the frequency of your mind so that you can become aware of what exists at that frequency in this case could be spirit guides or could be greater beings are teachers that so they're all here that's the basic concept and not not here they're always here and Stephen you have a second question go ahead my second question was in the Bible talks about when clients came back unrecognizable because he was in a different body some people believe that he was reincarnated and that's why he was recognized well my question is wanted is Christ this has been the same kind of being at us I mean you have to look for the you know all kind of stuff but he was the person that never happened but there's lots of but I have not experienced this one this year god or into your claim of the but the interesting question because in my in my book I had a client it's one of the last chapters in my book I had this beautiful clients who when she went in dis life between life state she added to embody the Christ energy for a moment and she was confused as to how can this be ME how good it cannot be I'm just an ordinary person and then he came to the understanding that the crisis is the consciousness is yes it can take the forms like you have an ocean and then a part of the ocean freezes it becomes an Ice Cube board can become gas like divine question is can take these different forms you can take the form of Jesus is a convicted for a good hour whatever great being and that ocean you know materializes and so but it can also start working through us you know and the client in this case is started channeling some of that price in it yeah why not if god why would be limited to one body I mean if if god is omniscient if god is ever present why would exist used in one manifestation in one body it doesn't make sense you see so yes they can come as one of a tar one great being but it can also work through thousands of other than and maybe you when you tune your mind into that high frequency so that energy can work through you and you can become a healer you can become can't give her you know we don't commit crimes but to that degree that we open up to that frequency we can receive that divine energy I think we need to look at Christ and and all the great teachers not to necessarily as just me our bodies but as the intelligent consciousness that gonna work through bodies tell me about the yoga and how that ties into this well if you look at one definition of yoga incense greet and I don't want to get all technical here but incensed Reid the definition of yoga is your guide to de de de Niro that means yoga is the sensation of the waves of the mind so when the wages of the mind sees I mean you know that so what is the that mean it means union union with what with the divine consciousness so basically we hold the keys within our minds to connect to that Christ consciousness or blue deck consciousness or divine consciousness if we change the brain waves of our mind and that's really what we do in regression if I open sensors on you during this session I could see first and as you and I talk to you would be in a beta frequency is short wave but then if you start to be grass and you start to slowly relax that and I can do that just by having you listen to some relaxing music I could see the brainwave change into an alpha waves which is really a meditative relaxing state if you ever do yoga I you do should not then at the end of your grammar you just lay down the best part of the whole yoga yeah that's that's the alpha way for your really relaxed but then if you start to applied regression techniques or for example deep meditation techniques you could go into that they that way and it they're wave com they did a really long mind way that we can actually see that on the screen this is no hocus pocus this is actually hard core science you could see the long beta waves on the screen and there are the embedded memories of our past it's also a trap door into a so the relationship between yoga meditation regression they're all based on the same principle like to access the super conscious state I need to change the frequency of my mind waves a my normal day to day conscious is I mean the beta consciousness which is just a restless state of the contemporary world and so I can change that and accordingly my reality changes instantly with it let's go next to John Wayne in Maui in Hawaii welcome to the program I joined hi thank you for taking her my question is one re grass is it possible to receive information from the existing lifetime for example why did I choose to come into this lifetime as an adoptee when at age six and indeed he I remember many of the details but not all of them do things like that come true regression or only previous lifetime no that's a good question because that is the exact purpose of why we do the life between life regression because the light between life regression gives you that kind of elevated consciousness that can where you can do back objectively about this life because in the line between life regression we can get access to the information.

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"yasser" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on KCRW

"Then only appeared dental that is immense. Chalan also known as my mom like a month after we got married. We just had all his friends deducing me to that. And as I was ruining the food on the table. One of his friends pulled him aside and said tell me why does she keep Yasser? Was it awkward, but it was? Sometimes harder to explain it to the air component than it is to the American component. Because my given name is Yasser when you're changing get your own most like betraying, but it's a bit of a compromise. I I remember when we first came here. What I hear somebody from the Middle East has an Americanized name. I think why are they doing that? That seems really silly. And it feels like something is wrong. Like, you're hiding something. Now, I'm doing it. So I feel awkward about it. No question about it. I think it has to do with how you carry your name. Sure, if you have a confidence about your name, and you correct people when they make fun of it. And he tell them not to do that. Are they have a lot of respect for you? I willing to go along with it. For for me at this point. I really want to change back to two s but it's very difficult. If I had to do it over again, I wouldn't change it. If I do it over again, I would keep my name struggled through the process and come out stronger and better on the other side. I think it was a little bit of a cop out to give up the name be just confusing and. I'm not I'm not that. Is.

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"yasser" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on RobinLynne

"In bonn the thought of the leap up in yasser deng did bought them one takenaka in the new polling again the most severe whom thank you you the good luck one good luck the patch the no two the brown he him the core it is got it it is the david.

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"yasser" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"In bonn the thought of the leap up in yasser deng did bought them one takenaka in the new polling again the most severe whom thank you you the good luck one good luck the patch the no two the brown he him the core it is got it it is the david.

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"yasser" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"If we make are bowler he can't talk about that it's a good business model right uh the esi has a couple of wrongheaded a quotes that attempt to explain their point of view here they say although the proponents purport to seek the broadened exemption of the purpose of for the purpose of preservation proponents appear to view recreational game play as within the ambit of preservation yeah their video games there for recreational play i thought the whole reason that they exist that would be like saying uh you know watching the film is not unimportant part of preserving the for exactly where to preserve it but nobody can watch it all the paintings are in the museum but the museum as always close cap at them it doesn't make any sense they also say online multiplayer game play is not necessary for preservation or a subsequent scholarly purposes i mean that so bogus right it already i mean it's just weirdest it here's someone type that out aqua and caught think they sound like they're not on the right side of preserving video game number vert preserving history of game so what what's the actual industry dasa represents the industry young men and they put on e3 yes so what what's the real story behind this like why why are they epa just like a gerdts said earlier they're trying to uh a guard there i ip even if these games are abandoned they still own the ip and they don't like the idea of dr teething i just don't see what the distinction as between online games anonymous i'm i'm not a legal expert but i do know that there are some circulations aware for example if you don't try to protect trademarks they can be lost yeah they're not doing that for all their static off on yasser are stand well i feel the types of game through to be talking to us examples i take the stand i guess it there the issues that they could make money off of the online servers yeah i but why would they charge for the online games and not the use of the online games that is really make any some of the just boils down to it's mine and you can't have it yeah sure i mean that's that's some is like we own this it's not your.

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"yasser" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"A women pedal upi flo rida began the board rejected by yasser little had looked shielding people by that upi rickie that combining that mattered the meek attitude by cannot be at him with linnet deputy will not be be inviting me to reply go piracha luggage the of you made it two tangled blaming the unbelievable new at the mutilated when did the derby the ban everyday living might that dave meggett gradually big rubric us we will not be beaten up to him if people cannot put applicable came up with it it will be hoping and unique ludi lin and i gave gordon deal good bye they must be looked at by nickel it is a good moment though that got them they've got your combined paladino commented opening now that we did what i thought that would have been on sunday what happened of that there had been less limit but in on it net depending upon the ultimate in the the battled in your made those today happened by then the in though the ordeal indonesian but he does the poll after poll yet it it could be a goal of you to these london one for the money please.

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"yasser" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on RobinLynne

"A women pedal upi flo rida began the board rejected by yasser little had looked shielding people by that upi rickie that combining that mattered the meek attitude by cannot be at him with linnet deputy will not be be inviting me to reply go piracha luggage the of you made it two tangled blaming the unbelievable new at the mutilated when did the derby the ban everyday living might that dave meggett gradually big rubric us we will not be beaten up to him if people cannot put applicable came up with it it will be hoping and unique ludi lin and i gave gordon deal good bye they must be looked at by nickel it is a good moment though that got them they've got your combined paladino commented opening now that we did what i thought that would have been on sunday what happened of that there had been less limit but in on it net depending upon the ultimate in the the battled in your made those today happened by then the in though the ordeal indonesian but he does the poll after poll yet it it could be a goal of you to these london one for the money please.

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"yasser" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Mm emily the ukip will be included in the final board rejected by yasser will renewed had of building it people by that nickel lower reviewed at government can that mattered the meek echoed by antimuslim that deng had gone up by the immediately go piracha luggage the ricki you made it two tangled like being the new at the needle in your big bddp the tiger by the appropriate madam predicts the me give the sheep a p rubric a uniquely pulled were met people uplifting came up it that way b b billion unique ludi lin hang on gave in my opinion the more because they must be looked at me nisa mickens it is part of a good moment though a got there.

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"yasser" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Mm emily the ukip will be included in the final board rejected by yasser will renewed had of building it people by that nickel lower reviewed at government can that mattered the meek echoed by antimuslim that deng had gone up by the immediately go piracha luggage the ricki you made it two tangled like being the new at the needle in your big bddp the tiger by the appropriate madam predicts the me give the sheep a p rubric a uniquely pulled were met people uplifting came up it that way b b billion unique ludi lin hang on gave in my opinion the more because they must be looked at me nisa mickens it is part of a good moment though a got there.

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"yasser" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"Gulf you know it's like it you is when i feel yasser what is not involved saying yeah because i know it's no what i'm saying is one of the top me or have kept me a little apprehensive to really go down that white male rabbit hall is i have to learn what it is i have the laura white dick and wild wild nonno dickey's the same there is a a whiff to black dick build a mosque their auditor an ivy live off it's up if i was against man of musty edged it sucks it's it's a certain must and i'm saying i'm going down the cause dick's smell understand is a day of the epa best efforts to wit that i'm sure is a different ethical in a different we won't be like this is this is different you don't like i we say in the war and i get a lot of flak could his but i'll say this in the morning time overnight white people mirror late right in their in their seasonings okay and in the morning time the is like a sweat that white people in mixed that to the black knows is like old astle white person next week i know this because i have woken up surprisingly enough next one you wake mall to nor balls are different the book i not say morale with three i'm not for those names that were not widen listen we have different balls with three wall i'm not what i'm saying i got a triple dippled other when i wake up next to a black person there is not that whiffs of overnight nece that when i weakness it's what the heck.

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"yasser" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Yasser to laugh to us that it ought to be bullies aides have do not these absorb suggests our telephone number we got more people colonna tumba wedding quit football was at fault thought mark in texas marked as the call in the right time hey will monday with all male of the show thank you man a mental protect without menem originally from new york right but ten years old you're ready during the flu thermally may team we got to thaw one thing came from but they will look to tackle i'm playing defense vein but don't live in tech i'm out american going to be a bad day 'cause i woke up to the line they wearing all white of don't look like steph walked like like the abominable snowman racist flannel white white helmet quite a huge blow 12yearold the do had to be six nine swiss today uh he walked up to everybody else you know you say break you went up to the line everybody run until i he walked up to allow his big so anybody me welcome to the worst day of your life winner god welcome to the worst thing of your life right so but in a um quarterback coal hut and then do what one hey just puts his hand the middle of my chest it's kind of like you went in place but you're not going nowhere this is his new much if like right up one of them up peace math invite a woman nick hold me in place i go through the side up four he'll pancake me but news only no one me oh my chest and it's like a turtle trying to get from almost with back county after that i walk through the sideline.

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"yasser" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!

Are You Hearing This!

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!

"It's live with my key now remember that no you don't know all this christmas you go the walmart you look in the fight aliban fighters of life with mike in you ever to walk on me i i don't i don't wanna watch your maguire look forward it's awesome and while we're going to walmart look look forward because it's going to be in the five deng have internet these days made we don't get a west tapes should be normal histories dinner what he believes meant you do i do uh car bluray aware what we were airing every country mr four k through the call by before k all day known kosmina is adnew but so we're gonna keep disclosure all right so jay go back to the future you're saying classic keep it cubit okay so the seems like seems like it's my turn so and we have a theme going here kinda seems like we're sticking in the 80s little bit eleven '80s '90s a low so here we go the karate kid tell yasser gale works are way so boom boom so now he classy is still great movie i can look at karachi right man what did you think about number two number and number three not not the next cardi kid kratie kids three karachi q three michael don't without a book karatnicky you too i liked garrelts you too i just in like the ainu of karachi key to okay they played a little drums yeah he would've would've near with a hand in hand was drums man i don't like did.

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"yasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"yasser" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Yasser missing or are right now we we make it we're hoping look no viewers golf open is amazing senses to him i will only my jill you wear that to the new stadium when green bay comes comes the town will you take a photograph of it done and done and tweeted tweeted out with a whole guy not since the hero that i spotted in the crowd using the defense klett instead of a capital the and the picket fans holding it up the cardboard in the crowd the picture of de from what's happening or that's my mom i can't remember his rogers sisters let's out enter how big picture of a thirteen year old black girl and then fansa awesome your role as exiled go down you'll go down and stadium animals that even above the defence guy all right i love it back you mapra are you going to home games oh i'll i'll go now or even now all obama bear ban what i'll go i'll go or the earth where the viking new stadiums open oh yeah super bowl here that i mean the the haas of an minnesota sauce the old old standing monica lack of access other amac of about come back to the bar if the error the bit by bit i'll pick up the upper of graham archer uh dot has now finished with babe i want fit at the saint basil's you respect you yeah that's a we went the hungarian food like me mike august's in mike lynch and uh some guy work there just sat down with us just of a four top the three of us he's like.

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