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"yousef" Discussed on Mike Drop
"I'm crappy. I know gutter slang Arabic. There is like the proper. Gutter stuff so they'd get you know. TIKTOK, TIKTOK ARABIC GAG enough to get my ask you know, but here's the thing you know. Seventy percent of Iraqis who are literate. They speak the same thing I do what we spoke in my home in Kuwait so I'd remember this deal. I go to the defense language to learn Arabic for over a year and they fly out there. I remember this This captain's call. I got the somewhat okay, so you got this and he talked to some random guy, and he's looking at me going what the Hell's. He saying he just got there. I'm like the Iraqi. He's speaking like the Queen's in the Iraqi. His guys going what the Hell! Yeah, so they always be like. Mine. So I wasn't even a cat, one linguist or any. They had these people like one guy I, don't they? Didn't like working with them way better. He's like college level Arabic and they'd call me we need. A better job for him, and it's like yeah, but I can't stand this guy. I want you to come here. I'm curious. Because you know non verbal communication and body language plays such a huge role in what you do now. What were the the QS and the similarities? And how much of that did you pick up from? You know in interacting with people because it's one thing to speak the same language and be able to verbally understand somebody, but you know as you will know in in I take a lot from dog training that way, because it's all nonverbal Moore largely not. is how how big of a role that did that play in in in aiding your ability to actually you know, interpret things and communicate. That way. Yeah I'll give you a couple examples so. We. We had a couple of funny ones we do. I'd call called this. I don't remember when I called, but like the dumb American know. And I walk around. You could tell it took a mile away. Iraqis can tell Terp mile away because they've got the old flak on the got no weapon. They look like it bagger ship..
"yousef" Discussed on Mike Drop
"No dogs you listen to I, can his killer dogs, but you know like imagining you with your brain race going through your morning routine walking, Cava Sean male name Muffin while listening to Hell's bells. That's literally what happens and I will appeal someone's skull back for that dogs. Is the Hell's bells compensation for? Call On. A call it whatever you want to make. Sure everyone knows I'm listening to Hell's bells economics up. Step walking while you're doing it. All right so like to get right into the childhood. Obviously obviously, you have a more unique childhood. I think than most of the guests in terms of where you grew up. kind of what that was like. Really want to spend some time on editor. Talk about you know when you were born. In that first, you know ten years of your life and what? That was like grown up. Yeah so my halfway half American, so my my Mom's American my dad's Kuwaiti because the laws and whatever I didn't I didn't get naturalized. Everyone thinks like Oh, Yousef natural. You know Where'd you call? They think I'm a refugee. I went to a church group went on thought it was a refugee from a mission over now. So. I, was born. A citizen came out American Nekia out Kuwaiti at the same time in my house, you know. My Dad was Kuwaiti, we spoke Arabic to my dad and we spoke English to my mom Oh sure. Yeah, that's completely normal like Kuwait as a really weird area. I'm sure you've been there, but where they put us is the boondocks its way out in the middle of nowhere and. There's a ton American and British. Live there, so come into my house. If you've never been, you'd watch me have a conversation with my mom and my data me, I'd speak my Dad Eric. He'd speak back to me in Arabic. My mom would jump in English to him. He'd respond her in and Mike. My friends in your with the hell is going. Call you, so your parents would talk to each other in their in their respective language. My mom spend my mom. My Mom's from Joplin. Missouri and she doesn't get more American than she can speak better Arabic than most linguists I've ever run into, so she would speak English to Your Dad, and your dad would respond an Arab, did they ever cross over into? Do the pidgin Arabic. It's like. Spangler sh, you know you throw in words here and there and it just Kinda, muddles. fucking trip. That's wild. What was the The dynamic in your house like in terms of siblings, what your parents did for a living and just kind of the overall feeling of what it was like growing up there the Aso one brother, one sister both older the gray family's beautiful families My mom was a teacher for a long time. She volunteered for a lot of stuff. My Dad was actually a flight engineer. So they don't I don't. Not sure, but they used to be three guys in the cockpit episode seven. Now there's only two, so he was a pilot, too, but he was also engineer and he retired from Kuwait Airways. Actually okay so growing up. It was travel was now I grew up traveling, so that component was mostly outside of Kuwait Halio. No one stays in Kuwait from where Silver Lake. We're main would. Would you go all over where we'd? My family got state. You know the Richie Kuwaitis..
"Brain Food" Week + Coronavirus Podcast Recommendations
"This week's theme is brain food. The curator is Ariel Retro. Here's why Arielle chose this theme. She says hi their minds. Ariel and the theme. I chose for this week's newsletter is brain food. I chose this theme because usually when I eat I just sort of been hailed the without thinking or chewing for that matter so this newsletter felt like the perfect opportunity to kickstart my brain and to get me to put a little bit more thought into what. I'm eating where it came from. And maybe the story behind to hope you enjoy here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Arielle. Monday's episode comes from Radio Cherry bomb and is called climate. Change Food and you. It's forty six minutes long in this episode is your favorite food headed for extinction. Climate change is causing farmers around the world to rethink what they grow and how they grow it which is going to impact what you eat in the very near future. This climate change food connection is the subject of Mandal's important new book. The fate of food will eat in a bigger hotter smarter. World Tuesday's episode comes from the Food Program and is called Pints of progress. The brewers changing attitudes to learning disabilities. It's twenty eight minutes long in this episode brewer and broadcaster. Jay Go wise visits breweries where a progressive approach to employing people with learning disabilities is pouring away. Preconceptions helping tell the story is Michaela. Overton a brewer at ignition in Sydenham south London a brewery founded to create meaningful work for people with learning disabilities which has gone from glorified homebrew to running to taproom selling their beers in this program. We follow their collaboration with London. Brewer Gipsy Hill to make a beer as part of the social brew. Collective Wednesday's episode comes from copper and heat and is called food delivery APPs with homeroom. It's thirty five minutes long in this episode what happens when tech startups backed by venture capital create food delivery. Apps and a whole new system that is relied on by restaurant folks across the US we chat with the folks at home room to go the takeout only location of the Popular California Mac and cheese restaurant about how these APPs have affected their business. David Yaffe Bellany business reporter from the New York. Times joins us to talk about some of the larger National Trent's Thursday's episode comes from point of origin and is called a tale of two yogurts. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. The tale of two yogurts and the fight to protect goes fishing villages and waters is all about preservation. It keeps US alive and teaches us how to live this episode features guests. I'm Rita Gupta of the food. Radio Project SANOJA. Very Qadri of Diaster Echo and food writer cookbook author preempt Krishna. Friday's episode comes from gastropod and is called the United States of McDonald's. It's forty eight minutes long in this episode. Mcdonald's is mind boggling. According to Adam Chandler author of the recent book drive through dreams it sells roughly seventy five burgers every second and served sixty eight million people every day. Equivalent to one percent of the entire world's population the Golden Arches are thought to be according to an independent survey more recognizable as a symbol than the Christian crosses around the world. Chandler told us in this episode. We tell the story of McDonald's but more importantly we explore what it has to say about who we are those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Arielle for this week's theme brain food? Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a play list on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in brain food into the search bar and the playlist will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag Brain Food. This is usually the section of the show where we talk about. Podcast news brought to us by the inside podcasting newsletter skype Pillsbury. The writer of inside podcasting actually manage to put out an episode of the newsletter. This week. That didn't even mention corona virus which is super impressive this week instead of stories from inside podcasting we're going to direct you to sign up for the newsletter at inside dot com slash podcasting and in lieu of. Podcast news. I'M GONNA shout out a few podcast. Creators AND PODCAST. Industry folks who've been tweeting about podcast news as it relates to the corona virus. I make sure to check out. James Cridland his twitter handle is at James Cridland that C. R. I. D. L. A. N. D. He's the founder and editor of pod. News Dot net. Which is an awesome podcast newsletter? That goes out every single day. He's got a lot of statistics. You might find interesting. Plus he's keeping up with all the PODCASTS that are being launched to cover the pandemic next checkout alley award the host of the podcast apologies in each episode of Allergies Alley Interviews Different August about their profession. Her most recent episode is with not one but four allergists each covering a different aspect of the corona virus situation. This episode is entertaining but it also gives some practical advice for how to stay safe. Plus she's keeping up with the news on twitter. Find her at Ashley Ward. That's A. L. I. E. Ward Last. Twitter highlight goes to Michel Yousef at twitter. Handle 'em Yousef that's the letter M. E. U. C. E. P. H. Michelle is a podcast producer. And she put out a tweet. That perfectly shows the connection between corona virus. Podcasts and podcasts advertising. I'll let you see that tweet for yourself when you follow her. That's all for our twitter recommendations. We'll be back next week with podcast news from the inside podcasting newsletter.
Skin Congestion 101
"Is basically just clocked polls so when you have congestion it basically just looks like He. Skin isn't spotty. There's no real blemishes. It just doesn't look like porcelain fresh like when I've got no make pawn. My skin does not look perfect. And when you've got no make upon your skin is like and smooth remember. That picture of jody came on. I'll store squadra is completely clear on congested skin. See when you said to me about congestion before overlooking ox off say something. I've never really had to do when I kind of pictured like blotchy blemish you. Yes Oh today ready fe. Yeah not really. The case is a no so The long and short is that it is a cloaked poll book. The only issue is a few. If it's not a SPA ECON squeeze in trying. Get rid of it. You can't talk directly As you would a spa or acne which is really irritated but there are quite a few things you can do which will go into later. That can help it. And if you're wondering whether you have Congested skin one way of looking at is to see if even if you've got no spots if it still doesn't look perfectly clear but also if you run your hand lovie skin it generally feels a little bit bumpy I know your skin soup. Soft CEOS probably just feels kind of I do have some bomb you know in like areas that are known by the side of your your ears and stuff like jewel. Yeah so I find. My condition is worse kind of like along my cheekbones and like just under my cheekbones and a new one my acne was really bad When I was younger that was where it was the worst and obviously I've got while I have a little bit scarring that now but I think those polls. Quite prone to being congested. Don't really get it on my forehead or get much in a little bit But Yeah I'm quite happy that I finally figured out that such congestion as of with rather than anything else So I mean we're talking on two different ends of the spectrum here Book I mean as in with you and I will like you said Yousef was conditioned sometimes as well so it's probably handy for any skin type to know what congestion might look
Daughter of ex-Cabinet official charged in stabbing death
"Morning turning the page tell the daughter of a former director of national intelligence is this our behind bars charged with murdering a man in Rockville twenty seven year old Sophia never punting the daughter of John Negroponte was arrested at a west Montgomery Avenue home late Thursday night after police say she apparently stabbed twenty four year old Yousef rest mucin to death officer Rick Goodell with Montgomery County police explains this morning what may have happened here sometime during the night they are involved in a disagreement with each other while inside the home sh and at some point during our disagreements Mr racemosa receipts his own fatal injuries Sofia never Aponte is charged this morning with first degree murder her father served as DLI under the second president George W. bush also US ambassador to the UN ambassador to
Adopted daughter of former top diplomat John Negroponte charged with murder in Maryland stabbing
"The daughter of a former director of national intelligence is behind bars this evening and charged with murdering a man in Rockville twenty seven year old Sophia Negroponte the daughter of John Negroponte was arrested at a west Montgomery Avenue home late Thursday night after police say she stabbed twenty four year old Yousef rest mucin to death officer Rick good Dale with Montgomery County police explains what may have happened sometime during the night they are involved in a disagreement with each other while inside the home sh and at some point during our disagreements Mr racemosa receives his own fatal injuries Sofia never Aponte is charged with first degree murder her father served as D. N. I. under the second President Bush also US ambassador to the U. N. an ambassador to Honduras
"yousef" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Wisber spread through the city like wildfire slipping into every corner of town. Housing American official. These officials like the rest of the American government had been looking for Ramzy Yussef for years since he first planted a bomb in the World Trade Center back in February wary of nineteen ninety-three. The bomb killed six civilians and injured over a thousand more a horrible event but thank thank goodness. That was the extent of the damage. What use of had really wanted was to take down both towers of the World Trade Center and kill everyone inside the act landed him on the FBI's most wanted list but he'd been difficult to track down? He was backed by money terrorist money and he traveled old frequently usually first class accompanied by a retinue equipped with fake passports. Ironic for a man allegedly fighting against I western excess finally a month before the Americans had finally caught a break and gotten close. A fire in use FS Manila flat. Glad had forced him to flee the apartment in the aftermath authorities found bomb-making materials and a computer file called BOJENKA. Aw investigators speculated it was perhaps adopted from Serbo Croatian for Big Bang. It seemed usurps accepts. Newest plot was three pronged. I kill the pope. John Paul the second next blow up eleven flights from Asia to the US. Wes killing around four thousand passengers and halting all global air traffic finally drive a plane straight into the CIA as his headquarters in Langley. Virginia the terrorist had to be caught before he threw the whole world into the chaos. Luckily one of you subs- young recruits wasn't convinced that his leaders ambitious agenda was worth the risk of imprisonment or award death. The kid had jumped ship and today February seventh. He'd sent Pakistani authorities a tip on use of whereabouts the terrorist was right here in Islamabad. A coalition of Pakistani special forces and. US officials scrambled to assemble as the early morning. Light gave way today but once they've been rallied. They didn't have to go far. Yussef according to his recruits tip was right in the same neighborhood as the foreign diplomats journalists and international organizations adult little whitewashed. BNB su-casa Guesthouse Room Sixteenth. They burst through the door and there he was just as they'd hoped caught on aware from there and arrest that for years had seemed impossibly complicated became very simple Yousef Yousef was blindfolded and his hands and legs were tied with rope before he could even put on shoes or socks within five minutes he was dragged out the hotel yelling all the while that he was innocent then he was handed over to the FBI and immediately rushed to an airstrip a US government jet lifted him up into the air two days later on February Ninth President Bill Clinton released a statement mint commenting on the case. This arrest is a major step forward in the fight against terrorism terrorism will not pay pay. Terrorists will pay coming up. We'll hear about use of trial and long-term influence and now back to the story on February Seventh Nineteen Ninety five twenty six year old Ramsey. MCI Yussef was arrested as Lama Bod Pakistan and immediately handed over to the FBI he was extradited to the US where he was held in a a New York federal prison as he awaited trial. There was little doubt that he'd be found guilty. There was a mountain of evidence against him. In in particular his signature style of bomb-making he customized deadly weapons to look as innocent as could be these innocuous looking objects could be smuggled through airport security digital wristwatch modified to serve as a timer for example or plastic bottle for contact lens solution filled filled with liquid components for nitroglycerine in his Manila apartment. Investigators even found dolls wearing clothes containing haning nitro cellulose. A highly flammable chemical on September Fifth Nineteen Ninety. Six Yousef was convicted for his role in the recent BOJENKA plot to bomb. US bound planes CIA headquarters and assassinate pope. Nope John Paul. The second he and two co-conspirators were sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole but the law. Aw wasn't done with him yet. In nineteen ninety eight. He faced another trial for his role in the nineteen ninety. Three World Trade Center bombing bombing on January Eighth Yussef was found guilty of plotting a seditious conspiracy and sentenced to life plus two hundred forty years in prison. The presiding judge also recommended that use entire sentence be served in solitary confinement. Yussef didn't take the proceedings sitting down. He used this them as an opportunity to publicly espouse the beliefs underlying his crimes. This is just a small portion of his statement you call it terrorism terrorism when someone would kill innocent people or civilians in order to force the government to change its policies. Well you invented this terrorism prism you were the first to introduce this type of terrorism to the history of mankind. When you dropped an atomic bomb which killed tens of thousands in Japan? You killed civilians and innocent. People not soldiers innocent people in every single war you fought what the government in its summations and opening statements said that I was a terrorist. Yes I am a terrorist and I am proud of it. It and I support terrorism so long as it was against the United States government because you are more than terrorists you are the one who invented anted terrorism. You are liars butchers and hypocrites but the presiding judge was not about to let the trial end on this disparaging rhetoric about America. He gave his own impassioned reply. To Yousef Stating Ramzy Yussef you claim to be an Islamic militant of all the persons killed or harmed and in some way by the World Trade Center bomb. You cannot name one. who was against you or your cause? You did not care just so long as you who left dead bodies and people hurt Ramzy Yussef. You are not fit to uphold Islam. Your God is death. Your God is not a law what you do you do not for a law you do it only to satisfy your own twisted sense of ego go and I must say that as an apostle of evil you have been most effective. We often think of terrorism as a post nine eleven phenomenon but Yussef nineteen ninety. Eight trial shows that much of the rhetoric fear and emotion around around extremist religious terrorism existed before two thousand one use of however has no active role in the ongoing conflict. He watches it from behind bars and will continue to do so until the day he dies. Currently he's housed in a high security prison in Florence Colorado in a section called Unit D. It's also known as bombers row. Thanks to the fact that in addition to housing Yussef it has served as a home to fellow terrorist bombers Timothy McVeigh and Ted Kaczynski. But Yussef doesn't get to spend his days playing cards cards with other unit d residents. He like every man in the section spends twenty three hours a day in solitary confinement. Just like the judge ordered..
Top UN court orders Myanmar to take all measures in its power to prevent genocide against Rohingya
"The international court of justice in the Hague has ordered Myanmar to take measures to prevent genocide against is throwing a Muslim population this is after Myanmar's leaders defense of the military's actions in court last month learn call Mattel has more from Amsterdam in a momentous decision the court unanimously side of the gun the US to impose emergency measures on me and mark to protect its minority for he your population from genocide and to preserve all evidence that may be used at a future trial judge opted Kali up when Yousef said that the six enter thousand Raheen your remaining in me a marquee protection from the country's military the call is of the opinion that the Rohingya in Myanmar remain extremely vulnerable Myanmar which denies the charges has four months to submit a report to the court on its
“1917,” “Once Upon a Time ...in Hollywood” win Golden Globes
"Among the winners for the movie acting awards were Renee Zellweger Joaquin Phoenix Aquafina and Brad Pitt among the TV acting award winners were Bryan **** Phoebe Waller bridge Olivia Colman and Remi Yousef who joked he knows that no one has seen his show ramie Ricky Jr vase hosted for the fifth time and had no plans for being invited back you'll be pleased to know this the lost time I'm hosting these awards so I don't care anymore I'm I'm joking I never date I marquees are let us
Police Shoot Man on London Bridge in 'Terrorist Incident'
"London's Metropolitan Police responding to an incident on London Bridge as if he if he is terror related though there is no indication at this point that's what happened there just over two hours ago one man was shot by police in the incident incident he he may may have have been been the the person person who who was was on on a a recorded recorded stabbing stabbing spree spree on on the the bridge bridge several several people people reported reported injured injured but but unclear unclear how how this this all all started started or or if if it it is is or or it it is is not not terror terror related ring Yousef was by the bridge when it all started she spoke to Sky News about what she heard I heard shouting I looked up and it paid for the the check for five people it looked like it was a fight then I heard someone shouting get back get back people started running across the bridge and then a Q. comes out and about point obviously around the bridge is closed with a massive police presence in the area several vehicles frozen in place including a large truck that is parked across lanes again this all unfolded just about two hours ago so details are sketchy at this point they're going to let us know when they know
Repeat offender faces new charges after siphoning gas at car dealership
"Of Ferndale man has been arrested for siphoning gas at Bellingham car dealership little did he know though he was being recorded this call was Patrick Quinn thirty nine year old Travis straight out watching county jail under suspicion of malicious mischief and third degree theft surveillance footage help catch this criminal any police believed straight siphon gas from free range Rovers and one Silverado truck breaking the fuel sensors on some leading to more than six thousand dollars worth of damage for GM Riyadh Yousef to make you feel violated right is your business and it's kind of like your home here all the time so it is for someone to come out and and try to take from you it's just insane straight was on the loose for a few weeks until according to Bellingham police on Monday he wound up in jail arrested by another agency committing a separate crime that's when he was sort of the charges for the crime scene at the car
Gulf bond markets: issuers take advantage of strong demand
"Check in on the Middle East markets and see how they fared in the previous session with some old Foxman she joins us from the counter financial center in Dolakha Monique Simone good morning Yousef well as stocks ended the week higher in the United States and that's what drove treating yesterday here in the Gulf and in the region where we saw lots of green across the board I shares in the Saudi market up about half a percent the to double their into by we sell games as well of about seven tenths of one percent that index up about ten percent for the year a little bit higher there in Abu Dhabi but the Israeli stock market leading gains the TA thirty five index up about one and a half percent now we're paying a lot of attention to Israel today because the central bank is expected to make a policy decision to hold interest rates but the shekel has been really strong lately in fact around its strongest since early twenty eighteen and not you know testing a key level in fact that three point four level Goldman thing and the central bank might not wanted to get stronger than that so we'll have to see were watching that decision closely I also want to talk about our bond story we've been talking so much about how golf issuers are rushing to tap the debt markets because of favorable conditions there but we've seen over the past few weeks since the middle of September the spread on GCC bonds against treasuries move quite a bit higher the highest since June something it we want to pay attention to not only as an indication of how attractive this trait is but also for signs that the party may be ending he's so thank you very much for a great around us more Foxman there the cover financial center in
Tunisians vote in unpredictable presidential contest
"Now to Tunisia the cradle of the Arab spring but in just eight years it seems people that have become disillusioned with mainstream politicians the voting in the first round of the presidential election exit polls suggest to political outsiders an independent law professor and a media mogul currently I'm Remond on corruption and money laundering charges are through to the next round of voting while the B. B. C.'s Yousef TA hu these two candidates hi say the law professor he's seen as trustworthy personality he's independent so he does not belong to any political party and therefore he's seen as affiliation free and people have some faith in him as someone by the Phoenician a law professor and a juris as well he would work without any bias to fix people's problems such as unemployment the deteriorating economy as well as find corruption and the other candidate he's likely to meet the other candidate in the real curry is businessman and a media magnate he's got his own TV channel called next month which translates as breeds and he's also has some charity who's eighteen goals is to fight poverty and this residence very well with the masses and the grass was internees yeah because there is of course very high levels of poverty a lot of people believe that the twenty eleven uprising which removes the long time dictator of as in I'm the man I'm the has not exactly borne fruit that day can feel that affect their life to the batter for example the economy has not improved and therefore they have not seen the fruits of this revolution and that's what they like to see what affects their daily lives and what affects their take home pay so the kind of four things prices have been rising why the economy has been going down now is there any and. cation that either of these two men should they become president could actually do something that the mainstream political parties have not been able to do what so far we have these two claiming that they have won the first round and they are going to run off however the Election Commission has cautioned against any such claim saying that it hello and is responsible for announcing the results officially and they're still counting the votes whether these two can carry out their advertised manifestos and fix people's problems remains to be seen because when you are outside powers completely different from when you're inside when you're outside you can make all sorts of Rosie promises and claims when you are in power you're hit by reality and the facts on the ground because I ain't in poetry you govern in prose exactly those you serve
Italian politicians try to keep election, Salvini, at bay
"Yousef Italy faces a new political crisis with prime minister just separate conte resigning and saying the populist coalition is dead Khan to blame the anti immigration league led by Matteo salvini for its decision after it split with the five star movement and withdrew its support for the government sabini hope strong poll ratings will see him with a snap election in rule without the need for a coalition partner
"Hello. This is me. She yousef. And this is tell them I am. In twenty fifteen I went on a road trip from Chicago to Wisconsin. And we went like really far north. Like I think the nearest people to us were a hundred miles away, which now that I think about it was probably a dangerous situation. Anyway, it was stunning if you haven't been to Wisconsin, you're seriously missing out. So it was late summer like early fall. And as we get deeper into the night, it starts to get really chilly, kind of Chris, and in the middle of the night, I go out into the backyard of the house. We're staying and the night is so block that I had to just stand there for a second. Try to find my way. And after a while my eyes start to adjust and there's this brightness remember looking up at the sky, the stars were clear and more crowded than I had ever seen before. It was honestly like the stars where the crowd at a concert, and I was. Onset or something? And I swear I could see the curve of the sky, it was like I was wrapped in almost. It was so literally beyond my reach like forget figuratively. I felt so small in a good way. So the next morning, I'm sitting inside on the couch with my breakfast. The sun is, like, especially bright, the kind of right? That even if it's cold to kind of just warms you up. And there's the dust in the air and for a second. The sunlight, set this crowd of dust dancing. And I felt so small. My name is Vanessa all in the end. I am an astronomer. I think that is the primary way that identify myself when I, meet new people. Astronauts are on a lot of times ex military and engineers like they have survival skills versus strana mors are fabulous nerds. It's Uman to gaze up at the stars and contemplate the cosmos. There's a there's a Carl Sagan, quote, I'm probably paraphrasing at this point. It's not explaining science. Seems to me perverse, when you're in love, you want to tell the world. I grew up with my parents may data's from Pakistan. He moved to the US in the eighties. Horrible up getting. Okay. And my mom is from India, Mark from our message. Good. There. I have two sisters. We're very close knit family. We love hang out with each other like going home. It was always like the highlight of my day. My parents had this interesting parenting style, which I have started to now be more aware of I didn't have a bed time. I didn't have occurred few. I never had any like rules about how long it could stay on the computer or the or the TV or, or the phone, but it was kind of will lose things where if I wanted to do something by parents would be like that doesn't seem like such a good idea. And then I would kind of be like, oh, but I think it is. So they like, they'd say, well, go ahead, try it, and then I would try it, and it wouldn't be a good idea. And they come back like see. I feel like I'm humble Ryan about my parents really amazing people. When is engineers? I was a sophomore in college. My dad got extremely sick. So he was taking a medication for a rheumatoid arthritis treatment, the medicine was I N, H, I, E so Nisaan and it's known to be extremely toxic. We were not told that my dad was prescribed his medications, so he was told to take this six month course of I h and when he was done with the six months course than he could come back to start his Arthur treatment, well, five months in my dad's sorta getting extremely sick. I is getting very confused. And then one day he woke up and was just completely yellow like completely jaundiced. His is really his skin was yellow. And we took him to the to his primary didn't it turned out. He was having liver failure. Annan ver- when I heard that he was having liver failure. I didn't know what that meant, and I remember being scared, but not being sure why I was scared. A couple days after he started to get a lot worse. And there is one to remember it was the Saturday we were all home, and we had to do like basic errands, like grocery shopping. And we're all going to Costco, my favorite thing ever. And my dad was my dad was feed be used completely out of him. We started to get really concerned. So my mom colds, my dad's primary, who is also one of our good family friends. So he came by the evening, putting I remember who's putting on my dad's shoes for him. Like getting him ready to go to the hospital. And my dad was like kicking him in the face. And he eventually got my dad dressed enough to hospital. And like put him in the front seat of his car with a lot of struggle for my dad and drove him himself to to the hospital. NYU langone. Turned out that his liver was ninety eight percent necrosis, which means that ninety eight percent of his liver had died. It became very clear that he needed a new liver, and he needed a liver transplant.
China says Vice Premier Liu to visit U.S. on May 9-10 for trade talks
"Teach. China's Vice Premier Li her will visit the United States with trade talks on the ninth and tenth of may. So we're getting vetted Yousef. We've been wanting to know this. This is a key Bisham information, whether or not you was going to be joining the trade delegation in in Washington after President Trump tweeted that would be trade tariffs imposed on China on Friday. So that head is now on the Bloomberg terminal to vice premier will visit United States with trade talks on the ninth and tenth
Elton John biopic 'Rocketman' to premiere at Cannes
"Depending on where you're watching TV. You can get a very different picture of what it means to be a Muslim, especially a Muslim American. Fox News recently suspended host Janine Pirro. For her comments challenging the patriotism of Muslim congresswoman Ilhan, Omar Brian Kilmeade, a host of FOX and friends also questioned Omar's loyalty, but on other networks, depictions of Muslims have been becoming a lot fairer and more nuanced. And in some cases, their faith is used for comedy, which is a lot different than ridicule. A few years ago, author and religious studies scholar resum s lawn came on the frame, and he talked about why that evolution was important. I feel like as a Muslim in ECE middle easterners. We will never be a part of American culture until people start making fun of us on television. And so I am desperate for the day in which we finally have like a Muslim all in the family. Really? So where do things stand? Now. The rain Ali is the TV critic at the LA times. And when she came into our studio this morning, she cited the Hulu series Rami starring Rami Yousef as an example of a show that humanizes it's Muslim characters and lets you laugh at and with them. Oh, it's fantastic. It's such a breakthrough show in many ways, you know, half hour comedy, you know, lead character is a practicing Muslim, but also millennial growing up in New Jersey about all these things you never think that you would see Muslims paired up with it's like sex sex more sex, stating really edgy comedy. But also with you know, practicing Muslim. So there's themes inside the mosque there's themes during Ramadan. And it's it's hysterical. Let's talk about Ramadan. He talked about how his stand up comedy translated into this series. Here's rob a use of when he was talking with us. Not that long ago. I was fasten during Ramadan doing standup. I start talking about it. And I'm like, yeah. You know, I believe in God and us feel the room go what like. 'cause you know, most comedians punchline like, you know. Yeah. Then we go to church right church is like a joke. You know? And so I would be like that's not my reality. And and very quickly. I realized just talking about my reality made the crowd kind of turn their head like, oh, that's what's real to you. And so that became clear to me that, you know, all I really had to do is just talk about that stuff. Right. And all those things are at odds with each other. And you would think, you know, maybe this is a little too specific. And it's like, no not at all. Just exactly what you said. It goes very wide by being kind of specific and those very areas, but it's also he's the son of immigrants. He's you know, his his friends are Muslim but their varying degrees of it. So it's really nice to see that too. It's not like, okay, I Muslim. So therefore, oh without means. You do all these things. It's like, actually, no it's just like being Catholic or Jewish or whatever it is. And he shows that beautifully and that gets to a bigger point you wrote about this about a month ago in the LA times before Rami premiered. And was about the various ways that Islam is depicted on television. And you wrote at the time, I'm quoting you. Now, never before have American viewers seen Muslims covered by the media with such a broad range of images and narratives as they have this month. Where would you say the patterns of negative depictions of Muslims fall? I think in scripted, you know, for the longest time it's been obviously the terrorists. But then as we got, you know, the wars in Iraq, and, you know, nine eleven we were in Afghanistan, we were kind of looking at Muslims just in terms of war. You know, either the women wailing over the body or the enemy in American sniper. And I think since then, you know, there's been an interest and understanding more. But oftentimes, even those good intentions don't quite work out the way, they're supposed to be now what we're seeing with these new members in the house representatives Rashida to leave Ilhan, Omar, you know, you're seeing that there's different. Creations of what Muslims are doing in public life. I know that sounds ridiculous. But really we've only seen like three or four different kinds through the media. So now, we're seeing, you know, people in government now we're seeing comedians in unfortunately with what happened in New Zealand. You're seeing very human reactions to you know, what had happened to everyday normal people. And you're seeing how the government there reacted to it. Look these are citizens they were under attack rod than than what's been going on here of the mistrust from the government towards Muslims. No. What I think it's a very important point that we all understand how we got here and how popular culture and TV and news contain JR. The way that we think and change the way that we think stereotypically, I think something that we're seeing is there are even kind of small characters or small moments in series where there is a different way of looking at this issue. I'm thinking about Matthew weiner's series, the Romanovs because fleetingly he did something that would have been expected. A couple of years ago. Right. I mean, he has a character in there who is kind of the help essentially she's like a made that's coming into help and an elderly woman. And you know, normally she kind of probably would have been aside character she wears job. She's practicing, but she essentially becomes a central character in this episode. And there's a love affair that happens. And there's an a really deep understanding between an older Parisian with kind of very set ideas of what it means to be French. But she's also kind of realizing we'll that's changing and she's doing it through this character who is Muslim. I've never seen anything like that before. And I thought it was pretty amazing. I mean in a series that wasn't that great any other kind of under the radar series right now that you think people should stop find it somehow and check it out also documentary called the judge, and it was out on PBS few months ago. And it really follows a woman who is Palestinian, and she is. Is the first female judge on sharia court of law into officials slumming clause profound Cuban have a woman president run country and women not allowed to drive in another. And if that sounds like what the it it. It really is. Because it brings you in not only to what sharia lot is. And what that looks like because it's a family lie. It's court. It's you know, divorces things like that. But it also kind of shows you woman maneuvering, very patriarchal system being the first of her kind, and she's like this power house. It's really interesting look at SRI Alah the Muslim world women in a slum. It's it's just kind of got everything all in one.
Portland wins Game 1 against the Thunder 104-99
"Okay, CNN Portland Portland wins this game one zero four to ninety nine. And when you look at this game you look at Paul George eight of twenty four four fifteen from three. And remember Paul George is somebody that was dealing with a shoulder injury for the majority of the season or the majority of the second half of the season and cities come back from that shoulder injury. He has not been the same player. But this is going to be a serious problem for okay? See if Paul George is going four fifteen from three point zero, Tori. This has been your best player all season long. You need Paul George to show up in these critical moments. And if you look at okay, see, it's more of the same for Russell Westbrook. Billy Donovan, Nepal, George in the postseason ever since Kevin Durant left. Russell Westbrook has been able to win in the postseason. We saw last year they lost to jazz team that they had more talent than right? They lost. Series four to one. And now you look at it. Maybe this is just one of those teams that puts up good regular season numbers puts the regular season record. And then they get to the postseason and they don't come through because for years. Everybody had bought into Russell Westbrook being the beloved superstar because Russell Westbrook was the guy that stayed and Kevin Durant was the guy that left, but Russell Westbrook at some points to start back in this stuff up because in the postseason loses in the first round two years ago. And I get that year. He didn't have any other running mate. But last year they lose to jazz. Now if that happens again now, you have serious trouble. If you're okay see because this is your team going forward. This is the team that the thunder will be this is the team. You sunk all the money into Westbrook all the money into Paul George you paid Stephen Adams at ton of money. Like, you can't go out in the open market like max free agent. You this is your team. These are the guys that you're rolling with long-term. So if this gets ugly for okay, see, it's going to be Billy of it. Right. Because we know Sam Prestia loves Billy Donovan. But if you lose again for the. Third consecutive year in the first round when you have a former MVP and Russell Westbrook. Paul George who was in the MVP conversation this year, he'll probably finished in the top five. He was in the conversation for the defensive player of the year. If this team loses in the first round to the Portland trailblazers or what's going to happen? Those guys are gonna look at a coach and the coach is going to be the one that gets fired. It's not going to be something with the players. You're not gonna trade Paul George. You're not gonna trade. Russell westbrook. It's going to be the coaches eventually gonna lose his job. I was surprised to see them go down to a Portland team. Which by the way is playing with its second. Best player all season long. Not out. There Yousef nourish was better than CJ McCollum this year and use of nourishes implying, and then you have a guy in cancer on Portland who was bought out by the next. They say, yeah, we don't watch any more. You couldn't trade cancer. Nobody wanted him. He's on the blazers a guy that the thunder got rid of because they didn't think he could play. Okay. Cancer is somebody that during playoff series a couple of years ago against the warriors when Kevin Durant was still there. And it was Russell Westbrook Durant. And they blew that three one lead against the warriors. Billy Donovan literally mouth can't play cancer. He was saying I can't play Kanter. And Kanter for Portland goes out there any beats okay, see going for. Twenty points and eighteen rebounds out their center, Stephen Adams who has seventeen points and six rebounds in that game. So you thought coming into this series, the glaring issue for Portland, they don't have their set or anymore and cancer is a horrible defender. And Kanter is going to be exposed, right? You've thought that clearly okay. See has a big advantage because Portland is without its second best player. And Kanter is now they're starting center who you didn't want your because you noticed he couldn't play in a postseason series in the past when he was with you. And this guy exposes you in game one of the series. Unbelievable. The way that this changed for okay? See now down a one you look at these teams. How many teams are facing as much pressure as we know the pressure. The warriors face they have to winner. It's an epic failure. Right. Philadelphia's in a similar situation with their coach long-term but outside of Philadelphia. You look at the teams that have the pressure on them. Okay. Sees right up there in terms of the top of the food chain. Because at what point is Russell Westbrook gonna do. Do something without Kevin Durant. That's my question at what point is Russell Westbrook actually gonna have success in the postseason without Kevin Durant. The first year, you can say, okay mulligan, because he didn't have any with buddy with them last year at Paul George. This year has Paul George if you don't get out in the first round of the playoffs against an undermanned team a team that is without its second. Best player that is a major issue for us a Westbrook, and that's a major negative on his legacy. If you will. And I hated the way that Russell Westbrook acted after this game. Did you see Russel Westbrook with the media? And I'm not saying you have to be the nicest guy in the world to the media. But after the game, you're up there doing a press conference, and you're acting like a child Russell Westbrook. Every time somebody asked him a question. He just said next question didn't answer any of the questions just sitting there next question next question next question like come on, man. Grow up like Russell Westbrook. Grow up at some point. You have to face the music when you underperform it's not the media's fault when you perform poorly in the postseason.
Zachary Levi, 'Shazam!'
"Zam is out now, and that you've got to see it. And one of the reasons you have to see it is my guest Zachary Levi, who, you know, it's it's difficult when you describe an actor in a row matching up, but in this case it matches up. So well that you sit there and say this guy's got it. I can relax and just enjoy this movie. So actually, thank you got you. Thank you. You continue to say things about me even to me. Now that are I I don't I the words. I don't I don't have the words that Yousef Teves. No, no, no. But I mean, look actually, no to quite honestly the opposite. I mean, you know, the reviews for the most part ninety three percent of them. Anyway, have been very to me. You get not being asked to post about it on your social media. But no, it's just. That's very kind. Thank you. I really appreciate that. I just I have so much respect for you, sir. So the fact that you are saying such nice things about me making me blush. Filling. We did it do it. What would you do though of the great things about them is saying? Yeah. And just going. Yeah. If you could say it who would you be? I mean to be perfectly honest. Okay. I mean, you know. Yeah. Somebody asked me the other day, you know, what do you want? What do you want to do when you grow up? And and I said, I'm doing it. I mean, honestly, I I've been kicking around sound business for twenty ish years, and I've been really blessed to have done a lot of great shows and cluding Broadway and all that. But. To now be at this point in my career, and to just feel very healthy and strong, mentally emotionally physically. And that I get to now enjoy this journey wherever this rocket ships going to go like this is what I would going to be impossible. You were seemed very nice today. You know? This just now. Able to go on the they want me to do what? Sorry. I do have to protect yourself on some level. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But no, I mean, I just this is all gravy, man. It's a super what's so great about the actor to is that fourteen year old boy. Yeah, they you seem to have, you know, somebody once told me once we all have to get older, but we can stay mature forever. Yeah. It's kinda great. But you get that. You know, when we're watching you do the it looked really natural. So what I'm saying is are just the. Really the people basically give you a schedule and make. Time like snacktime. Yeah. Okay. We're going to read a story. Well, I mean in some ways, I jokingly say that I've resisted growing up in in some areas of my life my entire life, and that's not entirely untrue. I, but I think that that's not I think most of that is that I've just always been a kid who really enjoyed life. I enjoy joy. I enjoy feeling joy in bringing joy. That's probably why one of the biggest reasons I became an entertainer to begin with. I had a very young age that I consciously figured out around four or so. Outlet at around four. I think it was the first time I was cognizant enough to realize that I intentionally make somebody laugh and that made them feel good. And that made me feel good. And I didn't ever wanna stop doing that. I was addicted to that drug and I loved the idea of being able to entertain and make laugh because I could feel the joy and people, and so I've always held onto things in my life. That have brought me joy that bring other people joy. And I think all of that stuff has kept me young enough at hearts to hopefully, bring Billy Batson a way that makes sense. Well, he is brought to life. So I'm hearing things about you being somebody who is not a stranger to the book. Yeah. No. No, no. So we're wishes them in your pantheon of comics when you were growing up. I wish I could say that my favorite. She exact. I wish I could say that I he was my favorite, and I knew all about them and everything. Now, you know, I didn't I knew what I think a lot of people knew which was not a lot of people. But it certainly within the comic world that there was this character that was a kid who had a magic word to them become
Yousef Taha, Saudi Arabia And Riyadh discussed on A Public Affair
"The authorities in Saudi Arabia have released a number of women detained last year. In a crackdown on activists. Yousef Taha has the story. Three out of the eleven women put on trial two weeks ago have been granted temporary release academic. I am Harib retire lecturer as easily Yousef and blogger Email enough. John have been freed following the second hearing of their high profile trial in the Saudi capital Riyadh. The are facing charges connected with campaigning for women's rights to drive and the abolition of the Saudi male guardianship system as well as contacts with foreigners. The court said the women would continue to attend the trial. Hearings until sentences
Algeria, Army And President discussed on City Arts and Lectures
"The head of Algeria's. Army says President Abdelaziz beautifully com should be declared unfit rule following two decades in power booed Affleck has rarely been seen in public for years because of health problems. The BBC's Yousef Taha says Tuesday statement is the strongest signal yet that Algieria powerful military is abandoning the country's leader following weeks of protests GDN media described. The army chief's comments at the dropping of a massive bomb. Addressing the military Lifton in general guide Sala referred to an article in the constitution, which can declare the poster president, vacant if the officeholders unfit to rule General Saleh said this would be an immediate solution to the crisis in ALgeria, which would meet the legitimate demands of the people there have been weeks of mass protests against president under the constitution. The speaker of the Senate Abdelkadar been solid would become acting head of state, pending an election within ninety
"yousef" Discussed on Hello Internet
"Every thing. Now, I three d cards are big deal. I like the dogs. I'm always a fan of seeing lots of chompers on cards. It's just very cute said this one came from Yousef Degray and Dr Brady. Yeah. Dr Brady he says Hello from. And then he puts the exact GPS coordinates of where he is. And then he says a hope that specific enough everyone. But of course, I'm not gonna look those co-ordinates nobody where he is. Do you think that coordinates are too specific in a conversation about where someone's from? I wonder if I put them into Google, whether it would let land like in his bedroom or something tonight. I'm not gonna find out. He says I've been thinking about grad school. So my question to you both is if you had. To go for a PHD next year. What would you study for the next four to six years of your life? If you were going to do PHD program. What would you like to be doctor of gray? I mean, you're already dot. Well, yeah. So I'd be doubling up. You know, I sometimes feel of an envy for people doing PHD's and things like that like 'cause I mixed with people about to have like a part of me thinks I wish I was doing a PHD, and I was going to be a deep deep expert something. And then I think that's gonna take you a long time for not much good. And then I'm glad I'm not doing it. So. I don't know what use it being questioned about PHD's makes it much harder question because obviously I do not have PD, and it was a very conscious decision when I left college. Like, no, no, no. I'm not going to pursue this for the same reason. I'm very glad that we live in a world where people do PHD's where they expand the boundaries of human knowledge. But I also know that I'm I'm just constitutionally unsuited to spend that amount of time learning about one thing very deeply a much more biased towards knowing less about more than more about less and each of those things is advantageous in a different situation. But if I was picking a PHD program, I I would pick none of the above. I don't think I would be able to do it. And I would have no interest in trying to study a single thing for four or six years. I feel like you do that almost like it's a deficiency in my personnel. Like, I know that I couldn't possibly do this. And I still feel a little bad about that. Like, oh, I should have gotten a PHD. But I would have just totally failed out or dropped out from the program. I just never would have been able to do it. I would do something spice. I haven't got the mathematics physics to do it. But I would love to do like a Spacey thing. And write some great thesis about something to do with galaxies and strana me and spend time at telescopes and things like that. So I do the Spacey thing appeals to me. But the other thing I've been exposed to a bit lately that I could imagine getting into maybe would be like a study of something historic like at the Royal Society like getting Isaac. Newton's papers researching things about him that no one's ever known before in writing some great study of some scientists of the past and maybe like writing a book about something like the idea of that is quite romantic and nice in my head the reality of it would kill me. But like, I do like the idea of like you. Just sitting down in a library with a big pile of out parchments discovering some lost secrets from history. That would be nice the thing with a PHD. Is you don't necessarily know what you're looking for. All right. Whereas for me doing some of the research that I'm doing like I have a question in my head, and I'm trying to find the answer. And I know that if I dig through enough books eventually going to find what the answer is. But that is fundamentally opposed to what the PHD would be. So you sitting down with your Isaac Newton books. It's more like you have to find something new in here that nobody has found before or find a connection across all of these things that nobody has found before..
"yousef" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm use of dean live from Dubai, daybreak Europe. We're live on London to the radio. We are indeed. On a morning Yousef. When European stocks are starting the session higher this morning stock six hundred gaining by three tenths of one percent to all sectors of the stock. Six hundred Paul von currently in positive territory bar one is the oil and gas sector, the oil and gas sector being hit. As all prices are back to sliding this morning. Looking at the other main indices across the European equity spectrum the Footsie-100 higher by two tenths of one percent. The CAC count gaining by four tenths of one percent and the dachshund Frankfurt gaining by half of one percent risk of serotonin Asia overnight with iphone suppliers swooning helping to put pressure on stocks overall looking about Asian regional benchmark it is lower by a percentage point. We did see weakness. Japan in particular with the Nikkei two five index shutting up shop with a loss of almost two point. One percent. We've seen a little bit of strength. Meanwhile, coming through from mainland China's well as Hong Kong the hang saying now in positive territory rising by four tenths of one percent. The Cy three hundred gaining percentage point where keeping an eye on those oil prices sixty nine dollars forty nine cents. That's where we are this morning when it comes to Brent crude, which means that it is declining by nine tenths of one percent. Just to put a little bit more meat on the bones. When it comes to that oil story this morning in FX. We're seeing a little bit of dollar weakness this morning, only marginally so though as the Bloomberg dollar spot index is softening from the eighteen month high. We saw in yesterday's session. We're seeing both euros. Well, it started gaining this morning starting about a quarter of a percentage point with cable one spot twenty eight eighty Yousef. All right. Let's check in with some of the stocks to watch this morning. Bloomberg pots joins us in our London. Studio. So you what are you looking at? Said plenty watch in the tech sector this morning shares in major apple apple iphones. Applies. A falling in Asia today. Lamentable holdings promising a record thirty three percents after Celtics second quarter outlook. Now, they didn't name apple, but it's their biggest customer. So what Texas Texas Tech sector? Stocks are in Europe today, we already know that UK based tech company. Dr log is entering a period of sales and earnings declines due to the eventual loss of its iphone chip content through to twenty twenty dollars shares down by two point six percent. So far this morning. All right. We'll keep an eye on those apple suppliers in European trading. We also need to talk a little bit about buyer. You. And third quarter dusted are beating even the highest estimate is interesting only update from by today's the first indication of how the business performing after eight sixty three billion dollar takeover of Monsanto as you say it just a bit coming in at two point two billion euros. That's ahead of average analysts estimates for two point zero. Four billion euros. But online concerns over litigation around the roundup weed killer, and that's costing shadow on future profits growth over nine thousand plaintiffs have now brought lawsuits in the US buy a shares plunged more than thirty percent. So far this year on those worries the shares pretty much flat. So far this morning. I mean, one company that's quite a bit of pain is Vodafone looking at last twelve months return down twenty eight point six percent. They're intending on fiscal your dividend to be in line, but they had planned growth. Yeah. They've suspended a pledge to keep dividends growing as the company. Tries to rein in debt course. Vodafone did that twenty two billion dollars acquisition of liberty Global's German and eastern European units. The company is the world's second biggest mobile phone operator says it will consider increasing its dividends over the longer term once it meets its debt ratio targets. But if I did have some good news on Ganic service revenue growth that grew more than expected on a solid performance in most markets, and that's offset tough competition in Italy. And spain. All right, you, and you and pots thanks so much for talking is three these stocks to watch this morning. I just want to mention one more stock actually use of before we move on. And this is Telecom Italia. That stalker higher by about two and a half percent. Following a headline on the Bloomberg terminal a little bit earlier that the CEO Amos Ganesh is said to resign. So we'll keep following that stock along side, many others. Yeah. At one more red here on Nordics they develop and produce maintain unobtrusively generating wind turbines stock down ten percent after reduction of the outlook revision in the outlook down with four twenty eighteen will cook typical corporates, but let's get into some of the top stories, Marcus. Let's start off with crude oil that's been big Mohammed Kindo. But again, this comes up against the backdrop of tensions between the US and longtime ally Saudi Arabia, those are rising President Trump. He slammed the kingdom's proposal to curb oil production next year, and he's tweeted that should not happen saying prices should fall based on supply now. Opec says the market is becoming unbalanced once more. The headwinds that we are beginning to see the return of equilibrium in the market. As a result of this rise in the supplies over person demand that may lead into resurgence. If you like buildup in inventories, which is not in the interest of anyone. That was the OPEC secretary general Mohammad Burkina sticking to energy, the Italian producer any has won the right to develop major natural gas fields in Darby. It will work with the Dhabi National oil company in a deal that could be worth some twenty billion dollars over forty years. Adna king to launch projects the will keep the emirate to a net exporter of gas. The deal comes as oil slides away from by prospect of one hundred dollars a barrel. The distant memory as a as a tall. You is is a temporary situation equities that there is a gap. And we need more supply to avoid the one hundred dollar Bara. We actually my dad because is not good for the consumer saying the end this is not good for consumers is not good for the producer. That was any CO. Cody discolsed, see speaking exclusively to Bloomberg. And Italy faces a deadline to resubmit its twenty nine hundred. Budget plans to the European Union? Bloomberg's Kevin Kostelic reports Italy's populist coalition has been defiant say it will stick with it's expensive program and the controversial budget deficit of two point four percent for next year deputy premier Luigi Demayo says following EU rules could trigger a recession. But the EU says Italy must follow those rules, otherwise the country may be facing a disciplinary proceeding in Rome. Kevin Costello, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. An update on Brexit as well negotiators have been working through the night. We understand in an effort to reach a deal, but the UK Prime Minister Theresa may says that the final stage of talks is proving quote immensely difficult in an evening speech in the city of London. Theresa May said that negotiations are now in the end game. But that's significant problems remain. And of course, it includes the new relationship, we will forge with our European. Allies as we leave the European Union negotiations for our departure are now in the end game. And we are working extremely hard through the night to make you focus on the remaining issues in the withdrawal agreement which are significant both sides want to reach an agreement. The what we are negotiating is mentioned, mentally difficult, and I do not shy away from that both the UK and EU believe they only have until tomorrow to secure a deal if it's to be signed off by specials. EU summit this month. Goldman Sachs shares tumbled the most it's twenty eleven after Malaysia government said it wants a full refund of fees paid for one MD fundraising. Prosecutors have implicated three of its staff in a multibillion dollar fraud centered on the state investment fund, prime minister in waiting Anwar Ibrahim. He's weighed in a short time ago and said that Malaysia must be more aggressive in pursuing its claims against Goldman. Let's get some more headlines now from around the world, here's Bloomberg's Liam guarantee. Good morning. Good morning, Markus. Undeclared North Korean missile operating bases have been identified. That's according to a new report is belief. The secret sites could be used to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles playing bags Peter pay has the story the research group, which is commercially available satellite images identify thirteen.
"yousef" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)
"Do you have another theory prediction, I don't even know if it's a theory at this point, I feel like it's so confirmed the credence and leader siblings. That's just is does that even count as a theory anymore. I think it's still does. I don't think it's confirmed because like everything that we're going off of is that thing on the wall. But we don't even know if that's true true. Right. We just not true. If that if Grindelwald is created his father. Yeah. Keep up with that. Right. 'cause like that's the whole thing. People think that that's just true now. But it could just be her like guessing like her like trying I guess him. Yousef like being like, this makes sense. Not be real. Yeah. Vigil that Yousef as part of it because that was news to me Yousef would be lead azide as half, brother. So the way the whole fam- USA and his mom was taken by Corvus l'estrange, and they had another daughter and that was leader so leader and Yousef share a mother, but not a father. And then so the way if you break down the dates that are available. It's hard to know when lead it was born or not or whatever. But if in fact. Grendel walled is at least credence his father. If he's if he's posing Corvus the fourth or if he is Corvus the fourth then he basically would have had to have married. Yousef smother at the age fourteen or something in order for lead his age to make sense right on what we know about criminal. Yeah. Which doesn't sound great. What we what we think that? Grindelwald is a seer. And then he produces a prophecy. That says like the offspring of Corvus the fourth or something vague the raven or something will be some insanely powerful wizard. And so he is trying to force the situation upon himself. So we think he assumes the identity of Corvus the fourth and then produces credence in that way. So that the family tree that we see on the sewers is actually wrong. I think it's wrong as well though. Because I think that's why they showed it. So yeah, they wouldn't do. That is that is the thing is that this movie has dropped like a tone of information before it's really right, which makes me think that they're still holding their cards, right?.
"yousef" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"I liked comes from Yousef Roach pass guest at USA fro to said every girl on Tinder wants quote unquote adventure, but the second you find drugs on the ground. It's all put that down. You can follow me on Twitter at Jack underscore O'Brien. By the way, are there. O'brien are there any songs like from Bon Jovi a about like that are about the similarities between being a rockstar and being a cowboy in red. Deborah damp Dempsey. Wanted dead or alive? Yeah. Like wanted dead or alive or there was that other one from young guns two. Oh, yeah. Oh, young guns. Two wasn't. He in youngins. Yeah. That's got shot. He just got hooked. And I remember I was like, oh, Lou diamond Phillips looks like me. Funny. Some tweets I've been enjoying guys. I took took some comfort in Twitter over the weekend. Because even though the world is terrible. Twitter's good at helping me deal with that at really one of the few people. I found that because the good side of the moon. That's right, L Glico. He tweeted a screen cap of the maga- bomber. Then he said this fan looks like what Steve Bannon would turn into a few was a transformer. By the way, Fox News was blurring out the pictures on the side of the van so that it wouldn't be clear to their viewers that it was all like stories from their shit Elissa. Lynn Paris retweeted Henry winklers. So she tweeted me, I hate that person. I'm finally going to tell them off that person high me, and then she re tweeted Henry Winkler who tweeted, I hope you are so fine and we'll have a glorious weekend. Just just weird old famous guy tweet. That is also totally how I get mad at people. And although I don't share some of the other ones with just spent this entire same talking scrolling looking for tweet that was worthy of me sharing on the second one..
"yousef" Discussed on Dissect - A Serialized Music Podcast
"The drummer based on drums of pretty sweet. Are short lived as a song transitions yet, again into a halftime groove in a children's choir enters. All of blondes references to childhood and Yousef pitched vocals to vote adolescence. It's are pretty sweet that we hear for the first time, actual kids singing, they sing Reno your sugar. We know your sweet like a sucker pretty sweet. Given the content of their words. It sounds a lot like playground taunting and given Frank sexuality. We may suspect this to be a passage of childhood torment of one subconscious insecurities about their sexuality while growing up specifically in the south, calling someone sweet or saying they have sugar in their tank is a derogatory accusation of there being homosexual. Many of us this passage at the end of pretty sweet to inform their interpretation of the song as a whole lines. Like said, you wanna hurt me now and said, you wanna kill me now become Representative of cultural bigotry against homosexuals while the lines what it means to be alive on this side. And I'm on this side and you can't hurt me now become Frank on the other side of being out of the closet, a homosexual in the public eye. While understand the temptation interpret pretty sweet. In this way. I'm a little hesitant to concrete. We claim it as such for me, pretty sweet is a fragmented portrait of the subconscious memories. And emotional states juxtaposed patched together is perhaps the most obvious expression of what Frank referred to as brick lodge, quote, how experienced memory sometimes it's not linear, we're not telling the stories to ourselves. We know this story. We're just seeing and flashes overlaid. Sometimes I felt like you were hearing enough versions of me with an asong because there a lot of hyperactive thinking, even though the pace of the albums, not frenetic, the pace of ideas being thrown out is unquote. And so while it's ties to make concrete claims about pretty sweet about by sexuality about life and death about childhood and adulthood, there doesn't seem to be enough evidence to pin it down definitively rather think we're better off with the song pretty sweet to make informed observations and speculations while respecting and experiencing the beauty of. Obstruction. Thoughts on the buddy. We'll be back right after the break..
"yousef" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"I think. If anything it accelerates, it I think what we see. Is in the first half. We have really focused on Catholics efficiency we have taken, significant cost out of our capex plan. Without impacting on our expansion plans we continue to invest but we do so more sensibly we have accelerated Dubai investment we are looking at. International expansion is we've talked about so I'll cop ex is on track we said we would reduce it by to about one hundred and nine hundred million from the original guidance of two hundred and fifty. Million we still on track, for that and then gives. Us the strong cash flow, position Yousef that we've seen in the first half. And I'm not a number in the market's going to appreciate I define number you talk about partnerships again the? Last time, you here we talked about Saudi Arabia so I want a little bit more saris Who are high many parties are you in discussions with win you close partnership dean before the end of the calendar year. Two thousand eighteen give it, give us a little bit. Here so I'm not gonna, give you too much because are you concerned God bless you for. It but I think to be fair from our side what we, have to do is be responsible, we have told the Saudi market is. An attractive market in the long term but what we need? To do is. Make sure we have survived partners we also have to have the device offering for the Saudi market and that's what we're? Focused on and that's? What we're spending our time and can I just jump? In here before you before you it comes back you talk about being, responsible and get and getting the right partner, who might not that like is it another patron vendor is it another distribution what, is the. Right partner look like for you inside it's somebody who understands the Saudi market in our businesses, around customer experience it's about improving not just a few side. But the the convenience side is what somebody who understands the market John.
"yousef" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thirty in dubai where yousef gamal el din is he stepped away from moment he's doing a mission for bloomberg television i'm markus karlsson though you're listening to bloomberg daybreak europe still with you let me bring you up to date with these markets at six thirty seven thirty if you are in frankfurt or paris it was a fairly lacklustre session in the us last night in asia this morning we're looking at a mixed picture as well with the asia pacific index declining by about a quarter of a percentage point japanese equities fueled by week again with two sheba says spiking seven point three percent in tokyo after the company said it would buy back shares to the tune of six point three billion dollars shows in sydney mainland china and hong kong declining shehzad t e have tanked in hong kong after it agreed to a billion dollar fine and overhaul its management as part of a sweeping settlement with the us gold spin weakening alongside the japanese yen amid the prospects of diminishing political risks so we're still looking and digesting the fallout of that summit between donald trump and kim yong earn the dollar is rising this morning with treasury yield as we look ahead to the fed meeting later the bloomberg dollar spot index on the front foot by almost eight tenths of one percent at the same time as the japanese yen is losing two tenths of one percent the euro is little changed we're seeing a marginal loss here for cable this morning at one spot thirty three sixty four uk politics of course in focus alongside later on this morning we get cpi figures out of the uk all is slipping this morning we got wti at sixty six six dollars on the.
"yousef" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast
"Basically sending an email to the wrong person and i've seen this before this is a big problem in i know it's a big problem especially with like auto fill email addresses not that i've ever had that happened to me personally never that recall function not not that this ever happened to me for the record don't do a recall because then it makes us really curious about what you to recall that's right we're gonna go scour it for the details that's right the streisand effect that's right they down in the web application detect section they point that yousef stolen credentials is the top variety of hacking above sql injection which i thought was interesting here's why start to go a little sideways on this report usa stone credentials i often think of almost like a social attack yeah i started the point and this is where you kind of get tripped up on the tax and everybody's got to come up with you know what they believe to be accurate and but if somebody fell for fishing attack and gave up their stone credentials and then so he loves those stolen credentials they really hack me or did they fish me good point i don't know that's just my random this is not the hill and gonna die on but it's my random too so i wonder how much of this is that versus credential reuse crystals found in dumps stole from other sites that sort of thing.
"yousef" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The hour from dubai is yousef gamal el dina very good morning to you yousef good morning good morning markus cloud formation here in dubai which is rare but you know what without the geopolitics we wouldn't have a lot of volatility in these markets because there isn't a lot of economic data out in the next few hours so that's gonna be front and center of our conversations yeah absolutely i mean we have to some extent seem volatility over the weekend with the us uk and franz firing one hundred five cruise missiles against three syrian targets we're going to deal with the aftermath this morning we're talking of course about the diplomatic aftermath with russia uses as well as well here in the uk domestically to isa may maybe facing some questions in parliament today because plenty of mp's think that parliament should have been given a great to say before she pulled the trigger so to speak to gather with donald trump in russia looking at markets this morning use of asian stocks have reversed ernie gains to trade mostly lower the asia pacific index retreating about almost two tenths of one percent we're seeing losses in china and chinese markets leading the way lower the hang seng index higher off by one and a half percent and the shanghai composite in mainland china also off by run about one and a half percent when it comes to fx the bloomberg dollar spot index little changed as we speak cftc data showed hedge funds are the most bearish on the greenback in five years the japanese yen received a bump earlier as pulse sir show falling support for prime minister shinzo are that japanese yen still strengthening by about a tenth of one percent against the greenback rosa keeping an eye on russian assets today in the aftermath of the syrian strikes the ruble is sharply lower against the euro this morning off by one point six percent treasury yields taking higher meanwhile with the ten year at two point eight three four percent and when it comes to commodities all prices softening today brent crude off by percentage points at seventy one dollars.
"yousef" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The rebels there here's yousef taha the military said it had retaken all of eastern rota except for duma and ended a threat to the capital damascus and surrounding areas several hundred civilians mostly women and children from dumas are among the lakers evacuees army units have transported the civilians with temporary accommodation earlier deal was reached evacuate critically injured people from duma to the northern rebelheld in clay of the agreement follows negotiations involving the liberal group joshua islam civic leaders in russia bbc news voters in costa rica are going to the polls today to choose a new president in a runoff vote the two remaining candidates to brazil and carlos alvarado have the same surname baton related their neck and neck in the polls they election campaign has been dominated by the issue of same sex marriage the governor of russia's kemerovo region has said he is resigning from his post in the wake of last month's shopping mall fire that killed more than sixty people in a video published on the regional administrations website a man to yes said his resignation was the right conscious and only true decision following the deadly incident ceremonies are taking place in southern england today to mark exactly one hundred years since the british raf became the world's first independent air force it was formed by the merger of the army's royal flying corps and the role naval air service and played a large part in the second world war where it falls it's most famous campaign the battle of britain robert hall reports the first military pilots were regarded as merely a useful addition to britain's army and navy in nineteen fourteen the royal flying corps and the royal naval air service had less than two hundred aircraft but by the end of the war in one thousand nine hundred eighteen the new orient was operating twenty two thousand plains today sherman is will be held in central london.
"yousef" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"There was a lot of news this week like there is every week but a small bit of important news for me and the show was as i mentioned at the outset that i have the second ever live show coming up at the apollo theater but i want to explain why i'm excited about it personally because it's my guest dr bassem yousef that is inspiring me let me tell you couple of things about dr bassem yousef he was an accomplished cardiothoracic surgeon in egypt during the two thousand eleven revolution bassem was helping injured protesters into rear square he was surrounded by people who as he wants described were asking for freedom calling for freedom protesting singing chanting calling for the removal of the regime plain and simple and yet when he returned home at the end of a long day of helping the protesters he looked at egyptian television and he saw how the media was skewing coverage of what was happening propagating lies and saying all sorts of things that he did not think we're right and the disparity between the truth in what he was seeing reported bothered him a great deal this cardiothoracic surgeon and he thought himself how can there be justice if people weren't aware of what was actually happening in their own country so he did a crazy thing here's what he did he started to record his own commentary on the revolution often with a very significant element of satire in his own laundry room and he began uploading them to youtube as three or four minute long videos and he called it in arabic the show and you know he thought maybe we'll get a couple thousand views because who needs comedy from a cardiothoracic surgeon a few months later bassem at five million viewers people he realized we're responding so eagerly to his interpretation of events unfolding that his use of humor help to make sense of the uneasy cultural shift occurring not just in egypt but across the spring and he was impressively.
"yousef" Discussed on WCHS
"No the good yousef bill sure oh gene no gene two two the uh four right it is well those sir oh no.
"yousef" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"The slice of pizza emoji no i've that was just use it only for you are the only one that yousef alley you've already won the game but let's put some frosting untapped what about the little one where they're going and alert hearts coming out of their mouth that's number five on believable much when i gave gibbs overcoat i have one go ahead of the clash again now that by the way as much as fakes but that it also all right now i have to try to describe what it all started for the face with tears draze number one the heart is number two number three is so f is a no it's a fate it's a crying face that has two lightwater waterfall trying like sobbing sabic is that's importantly is to that i was probably with your guest if we what route number four is with the hearts the the hearts in the eyes number five is the one with the little kissy faced with a heart coming out the number six is the one where the i i balls are looking straight up it's got a it's got a straight mouth it's kind of like i went away like like rolling your iso through more can give me a little bit wrong on your eyes little bit of here's the one that surprised me the most the skull oh the skull is number seven have you ever seen that well and when you sell something year like dead dead may twelve euro girls whose with me number eight is another smiley face with pink rosycheeked number nine is another crying face that has the eyebrows above the is it down turn mouth variations on line three of them and then in the number ten is the one that i probably use more more than anyone which is the which is which is that was got little hand under the law that one is my view so there you go guys those are the top 10 even modi's kevin i'm sorry you didn't win.
"yousef" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thank you yousef first of all for having me second actually either the oil prices according to an raj hit calculation we expect we expect that those should be an average fifty four dollars that could be aligned with the government which is expected to be four hundred eighty billion from oil so the list is the most of the deficity and and the withdrawal of might increase recently the government had issued some had issued bonds locally and had issued the national load three months ago so that actually reduce the pressure in the reserve till now reducing the level of the foreign as it might happen but to cool to be as you so within two thousand sixteen and as such tab in 2016 and two thousand and fifth right there's going to be in the liver from percent until now the liberals two to the gdp eight two percent is very healthy madison so let's one side of the story was the data we got on the that data we got late thursday was a tale the tale of two economic stories of two highlights we put this up on a short because the other batch includes some interesting numbers on what's happening with consumer sentiment gene space has technologies based weight one nine eight and that is your point of sales and claims will the private sector and this goes back to 2011 and quite a marked deterioration even in that last data point that came out late thursday well how do you read those numbers those numbers show again further weakness in in what's happening with saudi consumers doesn't it.