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President Biden to unveil his $2 trillion infrastructure plan today

First Morning News

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

President Biden to unveil his $2 trillion infrastructure plan today

"Correspondent Mike Power get a little bit Maura on this infrastructure bill that President Biden is going to unveil today. Um, more big spending from the White House, Mike Yeah, You are looking at the White House that is expected to unveil an ambitious plan to spend $2.25 Trillion on the jobs and infrastructure package that could form technically a cornerstone of Biden's economic agenda in Pittsburgh today, that's where he's supposed to make the announcement. I also is going to propose using the revenue from increasing corporate taxes. And pay for eight years of ambitious spending on roads, bridges, utilities and other needs. Technically, really two phases of this plan to the first one is the one that you'll be unveiling today. The next one will be a second when they will be unveiled. We believe were hearing about in the next month or so. But this in this time where infrastructure has kind of been a running joke for the better part of the last couple of years, it's something that always being put off because there's some Sort of a scandal or something that's come up on some level. Now we're actually going to have a plan that will include approximately $650 billion to rebuild the country's infrastructure, Its roads, bridges, highways, ports, There will be $400 billion toward home care for the elderly and disabled $300 billion for housing infrastructure. 300 billion to revive US manufacturing will include hundreds of billions of dollars to bolster the nation's electric grid to enact nationwide high speed broadband and revamp the nation's water system. So there's a whole bunch of elements that are involved here. By the way, just so we're all clear, too. Last minute they're still changes being made. So a Zafar is what is and isn't in it. It is constantly shifting. How things are gonna be paid have constantly been shifting here is well and as one would imagine you are seeing as all of this starts to come together and we'll be eventually announced today. There's all kinds of fighting behind the scenes in regards to what taxes they're going to be supported by Republicans by Democrats. And what kind of a fight we're looking at. This is something that could

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Kyrie Irving wants NBA to honor Kobe Bryant with new logo

CBS Sports Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Kyrie Irving wants NBA to honor Kobe Bryant with new logo

"And he has been campaigning for something. And that has been For the NBA logo. To be changed. To Kobe Bryant. Carrie says it needs to happen. I don't care what anyone says His initial He had an instagram post where I think the phrasing he used was black Kings built this league. On Banesto, Bryant Like the Post or Vanessa Bryant a great idea. A Zafar is changing the NBA logo to Kobe Bryant. Now when

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In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action

All Things Considered

02:32 min | 2 months ago

In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action

"Would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now, researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. It's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple parcels. So imagine you know you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another parcel for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say there are different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Columbia moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the Willie Mama genetic limit, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Havana. Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back the field of ancient DNA's a Twice a Zafar in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super Old DKNY.

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"zafar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:06 min | 2 months ago

"zafar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Changed. Changed me as a person really changed me as a person that affected you. Yeah, I just still haven't shaken that off all these years later. Yeah, all these years later. Here. So I was thinking about that time out, Can you Can you quickly answer the question? What was the question? You like a man, Did you? What did you say to her? Because people are thinking. Oh, I thought it went without saying, OK, Yes, I refused the offer. There you go. That's good. That's good. That's not wouldn't root about how would rude about it, But I said no, thank you, sir. Check this out. US. Cruise lines have announced Copan 19 vaccination requirements before setting sail talking about the American Queen Steamboat Company. And the victory cruise lines. They're the first U. S cruise lines to mandate a Corona virus vaccine for passengers and the crew. This new policy will take effect July, the first the CEO of the American Queen Steamboat Company. Here's what they said in a statement. The health and safety of our gas, two crew members and partners continues to remain our top priority. Vaccination requirements for both our guests in our crew is the most prudent next step to ensure that we're providing the safest cruising experience possible. Yeah, the policy states verified. Documentation of the vaccination will be shown before getting on board. Um, we're going to see more and more of this. And you know what? A Zafar as a cruise ship in that industry they're gonna have to do this. They are to make give people peace of mind and to sell two cents cell to cell cabins. Because people are gonna want to know that it's going to be safe. And there was already a stigma with cruising before way before covet with, you know, just just people. A lot of people thought they get sick going on a cruise because so many people piled in tow. You know such a small area? Well, the industry does have a reputation does he will have gotten sick And during this pandemic people did early going and that they actually have Ah, one ship still at sea where they're not letting people get off of it. Not not people, but to this day, but the crew, the crew well to the Going forward them cruising as a result of coded and all of it. It's going to be what they're going to have to do The precautions they're going to take it. It's going to be safer than ever to cruise going forward. It's good news that they finally come out with this. And yes, so people once they get the vaccinations, and they got the proof thing. They'll be able to set sail it and I'm pretty sure that every cruise line will I'll do this is well, listen, nobody intended but I'm on board. The airline industry's pushing back on this. Yeah, they are. And I know you think you should have to show the proof of the vaccination to fly domestically. Well, the thing is, they're not asking for now that up until yeah. I mean, through this whole thing people have been flying and apparently flying safely. I mean, we're not hearing any stories about people getting sick as a result of the flight. Will. The administration is pushing this the airline industry? They're pushing back on this, especially when it comes to domestic flights. You know, flying from Austin to Houston. I can't understand it if you're flying back. From another country. That makes sense. Yeah, right, Depending on which country it is jump in here at 51283605 90 Go ahead. What we're gonna say, Well, I was just I was thinking I mean this. In fact, this trip we're going to do to Egypt and Israel in Greece in August at late August in early September. My understanding is is that that that that it will be required to show proof of vaccination and also that testing a to least Where we are today. In the course of things. The plan is to also do testing every other day on the ship as well. Listen, longtime family owned and operated Northwest fence and I, They are an iconic business here in town. That's there's no. There's no dispute there. They've manufacturing design fabricated, installed some of the very best fencing products that were available on this planet. They're located right here in Austin. Highly qualified full service contractors with the ability to install well, any time a fencing product that you may need. You know, whenever you know if it's ornamental iron, maybe get something in your head. You want to design they could help with that, too..

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"zafar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:05 min | 3 months ago

"zafar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Thank you and God bless America. Welcome back Todd Jeffries and don Prior. It's true. Ladies and gentlemen, you have found the tide of Don showing. Good morning, You could reach the city time online email at Todd Jeffries, 80 ex on Facebook and on Instagram and Twitter where everywhere on you could jump in on the conversation at 51283605 90. CBS. They're promising to administer 25 million vaccine doses a month. Okay, that is amazing, so lofty. Well, I mean, the United States has had done that yet. Never mind. The medical professionals have administered only nine million doses of the vaccine since it became available. CBS says that he could do a whole lot better. Here's a quote from their CEO when we get into the retail phase will do almost a million vaccines a day. That's what Larry Merlot says He's the drugstore chain CEO. All totaled. Merlot, says he expects about 25 million doses will be administered every month at CVS locations across the country Now, while that number might sound like a bit lofty Karen Witch who will replace Merlot is the company's CEO in February, says CBS has the manpower to pull it off. We have more than 90,000 clinicians throughout our farmer sees throughout our pharmacy techs through our nurses or nurse practitioners. Be able to administer this vaccine. She goes on to say that we do expect that we can administer 20 to 25 million vaccines per month wants this federal program opens up, so I guess the goal it will literally be is easy as it is to go get your flu shot every year. Just run down Tol the corner drugstore, the CBS or the Walgreens or whatever and get it done. Sure, Right now, it just seems like a long way. It's It's just seems to be the rollout. I know it's gonna happen. What will be able to get this done, but The rollout just seems to be not exactly going smoothly. Right now. A Zafar is what we got to compare it to. Well, that's very true. That's very true. I mean, H e B is ramping up. They got a portable You can schedule a visit to get a vaccination. I mean, the fact that CBS could do so well, that's that's great, but there's gonna be other retail. There's gonna be other venues that fill in the gaps and Well in some neighborhoods that don't have a CVS. Yeah, we'll get there. It's just as I was saying yesterday. I know that there's a formula to this. A Zafar is what age group and what? What's your particular health condition is and on and on. Not as farce when that was happened, or I should say the order that will happen when it's gonna happen for me. I don't have a clue. I don't have a clue. Well, Alex a Zara at the got federal level of saying everybody over 65 she get it first. And then those with co morbidity should get its second. Yeah. Saw 16 and above 16 and above with chronic health conditions. Esso whatever is deemed a chronic health condition. If you're 16 above, you're gonna be able to get it pretty quickly. All right, jump in at 51283605 90 so federal law enforcement officials they're concerned about last week's You know the violence there in our nation's capital, they increased potential of armed demonstrations at Capitol buildings all across the nation. In fact, some employees at 7 11 in downtown Austin, they told CBS Austin that they have boarded up the glass windows just as a precaution. They don't know what's going on. It's been so unpredictable and volatile in the past few months. The state capital, had throngs of armed DPS officers on watch to protect people and property. Tough the first day of the legislative session yesterday, downtown Austin business owners like Dave Kruger, owner of Kruger's diamond jewelry there on Congress Avenue they have well. CBS spoke with him Don't really know whether the board up or not since the summer, he says he's boarded up three or four times during downtown demonstrations. Even then, sometimes with minimal damage. And now, with more protests planned, where the FBI says protesters are expected to be armed, he's having the way boarding up again, who anticipated last Wednesday's Uh, thing and in Washington, D c. I mean it was completely you know, unexpected. I like things spun out of control in Washington..

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"zafar" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"zafar" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Zafar, as I know. I never go anywhere, so I don't think so. Okay. All right, But that doesn't stop you. Did you get tested? No, but I will before I leave the house. Okay. Good. All right. No, I can't do that. Yeah. So thank you. All right. You got a bunch of stories for us, which one? You would take out of the quiver. First you wanted to education Yeah, education that affects a lot of people. In fact, it's 40% of the Washington budget is education, and we have gone to court numerous times, saying that we're not fully funding it, so it's always top of mind. It's how paramount concern just like the Constitution is absolutely model for the future. It is the future so It is the Mr Gardiner. Yeah, we're good. No, it is the future and it's gonna be one of the big issues for sure in the upcoming legislative session. There's a lot lot of issues a lot of things having to do with graduation requirements and a variety of other things. One of the biggest issues is the most of the kids in the state are not physically in school. And while some kids are doing okay with that other kids are not. And it's a big question. So there's been a lot of push to bring some of the students back to class, and we had heard a couple of weeks ago. I think there was a report in the Seattle Times that the governor's office and the state health officials were kind of in talks to perhaps look at the guidance that they put out to schools. This district's again and maybe loosen them to certain agreement to get some of the more the younger kids back larger because you know that science essentially says right now that Corona viruses and is dangerous to them as two younger kids as it is to others. And so why can't we have the kids back in school? Right? The current guidances you have counties with 75 cases. 400,000 can If they choose. It's okay to go ahead and bring your kids back to school again. That's not a man natives guidance. And right now, I think the majority of especially the larger counties are something like 300 to 404 100,000 so rough draft of the was going to be maybe 200 students for 100,000 was magic number, but now there's all this misinformation. So the teachers union W E A didn't didn't Like the idea of having the teachers come back. They came out and put a statement out early on and said, Look, until this is all done. We don't need the teacher's back there because we don't have. We don't have the testing capabilities to test every staff and students. We don't have the contact tracing where we needed to be to be able to do that and a few other things, so no, they didn't want the teachers to go back. Well and then come to find out here a couple of days ago yesterday, I guess the head of the W. A put out on his Facebook page that he had some good news to her. All of the teachers. He's supposed to say more here in the coming days. But getting pointed having a conversation with the governor at U of that change in metrics, which would have put it at 200 for 100,000 students. That was maybe not going to happen now. And so did a lot of back and forth where there is being reported that the governor said this is happening on that he had told the W EA that he was taking it back. So it's unclear right now. But I talked to the governor's staff this afternoon. And they said No, it's all everything is still on the table. Discussions are still ongoing, which is what I had been told a couple of weeks ago from our assistant state Health secretary Lacey Far back. Here's what she had the same I can start we have been and we have said From the beginning we would continuously look at the science and monitor the early experiences here in Washington state and nationally as to inform both our health and safety guidance and our school metrics. We are looking at making some adjustments to those metrics. At this point. No decisions have been made, and we don't have an immediate timeline. We're obviously right at the moment, very focused on the surgeon. He says, Uh but, you know, certainly When those changes are our decisions are made and changes published, we will be reporting and sharing them here and elsewhere. And that hasn't happened yet. So it's essentially what I'm getting from the governor's office, right? What she said two weeks ago to me the same holding pattern. So why is there some confusion between the W. E A. That writes enormous checks to the Democratic Party every month. When they had the meeting with the governor. They came out and said something, but then the governor followed it up with. No, No, no, no, No, I didn't. That's not what I said. That's the gigantic supporter, the machine that supports Governor Inslee and Democrats. What did they say? And what is the governor saying That said that he came out with today said No, No, No, I didn't. That's not what I said. So what? Where's the difference there? I can tell you that the governor's staff is telling me that what the W EA said yesterday on Facebook, Which is the message that came out saying that you know these changes were gonna happen. Their governor's office is telling me that that was simply incorrect. That's all I got that they were wrong, and that was not three. I see. So they had a meeting. But apparently the guy walks out of the meeting. Think it's one thing in the governor saying, No, That's not what we agreed to. Exactly. That's that seems to be the case. Yeah, I'm looking at the W E A. Did you see this? Their Facebook post legs? Nothing came of it. But it still could. It still could Right now it's just discussions are ongoing..

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"zafar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"zafar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The founder, the editor, the publisher is our good friend and sometime guest host Chris Buskirk. Welcome back to America first. Thanks a lot. I'm Chris. You are in Arizona. Is this a big deal? We have the Pennsylvania hearing last week. Today we've got the Arizona One in your opinion is somebody who follows these things closely. He's any of this gonna make a difference to the election of the president? You know, maybe I guess the way I've explained it to people is that you know the Actually let me back up a second. I think that they're definite problems with the election in these 45 states that people are focusing on so I just I guess I just want set that as contact. You know, the Election. Integrity in this country is something that we would not accept in any other part of our lives. You know, he said that the Arizona hearing today your ballot is not security revengeful lockdown. I thought that that put a nice head on it because it's exactly right. So coming back to specific question that will always make any difference. You know, The answer, I think is that it might. There's two fold well, doesn't make any difference to the ultimate outcome of the election. And then the other part is doesn't make any difference to future elections. I think Answering. The second part is definitely yes, that's a job that we have to do. If we want to have any integrity in elections going forward in terms of this election, the way I think about it, it is. This is that since Says. It's been since 2015 Donald Trump eyes on his own here, You know, he's got a few people who are in his corner, but it makes it a handful, a handful that not nobody, but the institutions are not are not lined up on his side. Even the ones that you would think would be on his side. They're lined up against them or their passively on the sidelines. And so he basically has the A serious of inside straights while he's playing against a crooked dealer with a mark that that's kind of the analogy that that I have been, you know, using to frame that's so tough. No, it is and let let me ask you if you put it into his story perspective, we were told when Barack Obama won and he had every house and you know the world was going to end it didn't end Is this the same Should should we take a step back and count to 10? Because many people saying, and I've even echoed it at times that if we don't fix These election. How shall I put this irregularities then? That's it. A Zafar as the GOP is concerned for the future of the You know, I'm I don't I don't think history is about Tonto on us. I do think that there are severe consequences, though, for having elections that nobody trusts right. And so you know, Democrats have been have been reading from this hymnal for 20 years now, you know they thought that the 2000 election Was rigged and was a legitimate and porch W. Bush was diligent. But President because the Skoda stolen from him, you know in there telling of it in 2016 was stolen by the Russians because Whatever Russia lots of Facebook ads, and so therefore Trump was illegitimate. And now you have a situation where there are these questions about the integrity of the 2020 votes, and it's just not sustainably, and but you cannot do this every four years where what half of it doesn't leave the outcome of the elections? It's really incumbent upon one Republicans, but I think about Democrats What are concepts or social in the booth ability to figure out how to make sure that elections are transparent. The belters your We are talking to the publisher, the editor of American Greatness. Follow him right now. The Chris Buskirk and you should be watching us on YouTube. You can see his new winter bid. It is coming in nicely. We just broke 21 million views on YouTube. It's free. Subscribe to the notifications Well, and you'll never miss a thing last minute we have with you in this segment, Chris. Just a stupid, naive question. Why does the greatest nation on God's earth the most powerful nation on God's Earth have any aspect any aspect off its elections process through Venezuelan companies, German data centers and Spanish offshore analyses? What's going on? It makes absolutely no sense. I mean, look, the problem is, is that people don't trust it. When we use ballot machines and electronic counting like this, nobody does. I mean, the Democrats were beating this drum literally from 2000 until about 2000 and 19 where they're talking about. Remember back it was the Diebold machines in the early two thousands. You know, his latest 17 4018 Democrats were talking about how these Elektronik counting machines were insecure. They could be hacked and you know what? They were right all along. Not that they had been, but that Were insecure, and that's the point. And you know there are a lot of solutions out there, you know, simple solution, which would just be. Let's do it. Let's do it paper and pen on have you know you can broadcast the counting of live on C span or on YouTube or wherever that's one way you know you can use the Blockchain to secure people's balances a lot of ways to make it secure and transparent. But so far we've seemed to have figured out the absolute worst possible ways to do all of these things that doesn't make anybody happy. We give you Anything here. We're even giving you Chris Buskirk of.

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"zafar" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

06:57 min | 8 months ago

"zafar" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Yeah well, it's it's interesting times. I can't keep you too long because you have to do yoga, you're going to do your show tonight you. Know. People can follow you across. Yes. Repeat slightly lighter 'cause I absolutely love this show. they want mind. And Defy. Do you think being? And being religious mcbain the comedian I don't know how religious you are you all religious. It's not i. mean that's almost the so few people who admit to sort of that's almost the thing. That's the you know I. Mean it's become. It's become so far the other way that is. A few KRISZTIAN COMEDIANS on no. I that's exciting. The religious comedian I think it's being. Is Very different to being a Christian comedian. You constantly getting slacked off everywhere. So People WanNA see your opinion. I get it. I appreciate it sometimes, it's just that it's all ever been asked to do. which winds me up i. say you get the feeling that you become a spokesperson of everything. And I don't know about stuff. I don't care about what some pius sell something. I don't have a say on all of it. I know. I I'm not really that political I don't really know about that that much because I don boring to me to be on. Yeah. Well, it. Is Interesting because yes, the it does. You know as a as a white comedian I can be wherever I want our complete political about one talk and talk about everyone to and people on immediately going Bang you have to talk about this thing, and if you don't talk about it, that's way is why you talking about that one thing that's the big thing and so to be able to get us both twitches giving you that because there's stuff you doing on twitch. Is Not, referencing any and it's just you're a comedian doing funny stuff imagine but pitch football manager I did they'd be. Okay. What's the Muslim. Angle You know. So it did not be allowed to do comedy about without referencing. Yes. Someone. Sent me. Richard Been Brought Christine you have to? You have to do company from a Christian perspective, the rest of your life, and if I don't ask you a question about Christ, you have three minutes took. Which I would love by the way because I love don't believe that Jesus than. But that you know it's so weird I mean there's so many things that I think the writing this book and obviously oldest stuff that's been going on in in lockdown with the. Statues black lives matter Is, sort of just makes me realize to think that is rarely brought home the privilege that I've enjoyed as big a white middle-class ban through the. Years. I've been I. It's a shame for the next generation me who won't be able to get any work. But It was good for me to get. Yeah. Bring it. Could get really wound up about all of it and stuff by just WANNA get on with it like I don't WanNa be also I don't want to be seen as a victim. You know I mean like Amas like being like working class and stuff it's not something I've already talked about in comedy because they don't want that to be my thing like, oh, we should feel sorry for him because I think was funny as any of the push comedians show. So. Yeah. I JUST WANNA be. Funny. And yet that's. See that's that's why light comedy when I started comedy and the circuit was was I've been probably wasn't more. In classrooms, it was much more. Diversified, it probably wasn't Wouldn't that many women doing it, and there were that many black Comedians, some But what I liked about it was you. Go to Atalay Festival and the guy used to be a bank manager makeup university guys, and then there'd be a guy on the docks at the guy. There were all these different backgrounds and just some was funny and a gun. Oh. Maybe I can give the. Socratic. And I think just the way the. Economy is changed means it's much much harder to do that and. God knows what's going to happen after all of this? Yeah I felt like. I. Felt I open MIC level when I very winner I saw it feels like twenty or twenty one and I just love to everyone from from a different background. Yeah. Skies. Simpson everyone was doing their own thing. But as soon as it became I start getting paid for it and People WanNa put me on TV that's when it's just fully pigeonholed. As. Just I was really naive I thought because I. decided to comedy and stuff because I love comedy nutrient. Debates. Diane all of that. That was like my main like. Want to be like those guys. And I just assumed if unfunny at what I do, I'll just get to be on Monday Nici I. Thought if people are at right something and then it's just like like I mentioned before like come on TV on Komo BBC on Sunday morning and just debate a fall right guy. Hustler. By would I ever do that? It's exciting I'm very I'm very you know I'd sorta think. Even when I started podcast thought in and I was forty or so when I focused And Forty and I thought if I add another fifteen years run up to this then you could really get somewhere with this. But I think you're still a still under thirty it sell it twenty, nine now youth twenty, nine, three, hundred, twenty, eight now old age. Yeah so You've got a there's a long period of time you can work at this whilst back doing stand up as well. And I just think the Internet and We're still waiting I've failed like this, the Charlie Chaplin of the Internet somewhere out there right who will become. Like a man because it's the same way that Charlie Chaplin became he became a millionaire almost immediately. Because he made films and no one was doing that make funny films and everyone went into paid. A nickel or whatever it was. A Nickel Charlie. Chaplin became a millionaire almost instantaneously. That's I've always thought. That's that's got to happen with the Internet. It's just you know this worldwide audience if you create the things good enough. Then everyone gives you ten pay and that's a billion pounds that starts. At savage should work I think. Really, set off because someone out there as someone who's GonNa be that person really really breakthrough with it a beauty. Unites Charlie Chaplin you could. You. GonNa put on my next Edinburgh for twitches challenge rich heritage. Easy what you do. I I've been doing comedy for long time and it is not easy. The stupid things today.

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"zafar" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

06:52 min | 8 months ago

"zafar" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Was that Corey Horse it's ten pounds friendship Let's talk about it. Later I'm just being filmed at the moment Hello welcome to another upset of hoste this week with excellent Bill Hausa, who is a brilliant comedian and has taken the twitch world by storm I have not quite taken the twitch world by storm, but it's doing okay. Check out to twitch DOT TV slash hearing you can see snoop from Mondays or Tuesdays. rattlesnakes generally on Wednesdays at eight and the new hit show alleyen herrings. Twitter Fund gets less viewers and listeners every week A. Thursday night at eight PM Holy Hose, who you just saw is on that. Do Subscribe. If you feel like kids are also we have a `nother kick start on their this one Ford self playing Snooka a wonderful benign Puna Ni panini style album. With author to me to freeze two commentators and another four on a big picture of me, WanNa meet together at forty stickers, stats, all sorts of stuff, this t shirts, badges, the membership cards, and all the profit from this once paid for producing all this stuff will be put back into helping live comedy and helping some comedy clubs keep going through this kind of damage. So it's all good 'cause we're not taking any of the money ourselves. You can also get things like. Video. Personalized video message from one of them. As you can. You can actually sponsor an episode of me on buses Metoo, which I think is very exciting. But check that out kickstart. It's. Relatively DOT CO dot EU case kick-started excuse, way to get. Thanks so much for your support. Thanks holding the stone one over the line. Now, let's sit back. Relax enjoy another LASTA with Bill House. Oh Am I in the right place. Welcome these please welcome a man who was many finished. His book is Richard Herring Hello Welcome love expre- back remotely again. With another Richard Herrings little snooka table podcast it's the same as usual, but there's a little snack table in the background. There it is. Company has taken me that long to realize. That fits the acronym but I was hanging out with mobile blacksmith the other day a genuinely saw a guy who was a smoothie like a blacksmith thing from the back of a van he had a portable furnace and he was making horseshoes in this farm. I've never seen none of the is January the coolest thing I've ever seen. He goes it STA anyway that guy but I kind of think, is there any profession that will be? If, you could travel back in time to the original blacksmiths and go that one day. This will not only be able to travel around to make horseshoes, but he'll have little tiny portable furnace in his vehicle as well. It would have blown that blacksmith minds if they thought that and yet blacksmith, she's still needed blacksmiths to make horseshoes. That's kind of crazy world we live in. That's what happens even in the countryside those are the things. That you think about I've been what I've been thinking about this week I know the there's another stuff about. trying to hack stuff and road elections and stuff trying to get the secret recipe for the vaccine. By hacking into the Oxford computers will I think is they should make a fake recipe for vaccine should be like when people have a shad fridge. And some nickel that milk, and then they put like spunk something in the mail code laxatives something like that. We could put in a fake vaccine recipe looks like it works, but it's a slow acting poison and everyone in Russia, will take it and that'll die and then we'll. We can just walk in the staff one and it'll be their fault for stealing. That's the thing. Mean it sort of is a bit genocide Saudi. Is the only way those cheeky Russians will lead what I say. So that's my idea. at what else has been going on my son is obsessed with. The Song Bananas in Pyjamas I don't know if you've heard it but once you hear it. It's diversionary is literally twenty five seconds all it's just the way they did did eighty bananas in pyjamas and it's just not an stops and so we just have to put on repeats wants you for bananas in Pyjamas. Forty Times in a row, it starts to get it starts to get under your skin If you know this is bananas in Pyjamas Coming Down The status bananas in Pajamas Coming, Down Pez, bananas in Pyjamas. Chasing Teddy Baz costs on Tuesdays. They will try to catch them unawares which it seems like a jolly thing on the first rate. But when you hear a lot of times you stopped at read between the lines about on. This. The bananas have been upstairs in bed or preparing for bed understanding that pajamas. But now they're coming down the stairs way they're coming down the morning time not one at time. But Banana Show district banana shoulder. So if you try and run pass them and get back up the stairs to possible safety, there's no chance. This is a wall bananas the to Sinister Bananas maybe not the just the impasse. So maybe four, six eight. The chasing Teddy bears not for fun. Mind you. You might think it's just fun game where fruit has been given close motion consciousness and it plays tag with soft toys have also charmingly come alive. No the evil bananas are attempting to Catch Teddy bears without the realizing wants to catch them unawares. There's no consent in this game consent is the last thing the bananas one they want to catch the teddy bears off guard and Yet. Perversely presumably to shit the teddy bears up if the site of two animated trait foodstuff dressed ready for bed the I think we can assume they'll be dragging the Baz into his not scary enough. The bananas of set this purge of the Teddy bears in the calendar to a specific day. They don't get a cat, this Tuesday every Tuesday every time the hoping to catch around on Tuesday they're not gonNA catch them to in. The third or fourth Tuesday are even if your head is full of fluff, you're eventually going to put two and two together and work out what's happening. Oh, it's Tuesday. It's bedtime the Bonanza Putin that pajamas looks to get chase captured not both ends of a pair of panels inserted do whatever. They can find. Let's not get into this Aku. Bikini indicates listen to that behind the bananas and joining in the back. They are the best the gist maximums. That's what I call it just like Maxwell. Voter this fighting the is encouraging the bananas to go for them. Put on scanty swimwear to encourage engorge the bananas further I know people are trying to cancel inappropriate literature at the moment but how we're not starting with this this is this is worse than the worst thing that David Williams and believe me. He has done a lot of bad stuff..

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"zafar" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"zafar" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

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"zafar" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"zafar" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"And now. It's time for the upgrade of the week. Every week we go around and say that one tiny thing. That's making a big difference in our lives Abu. What's your upgrade? So my upgrade this week came about from some guilt around my subscriptions. I recently signed up for Disney plus because of course I had to watch mandatory baby yoga. And that's when I took stock of my other subscriptions that I was paying for and I realized I was paying like hundreds of dollars a year on just like stuff that I didn't even I mean I utilized it sometimes but I could live without it so I did a big detox. I went through all my subscriptions and was that really gets you are the annual ones right. You pay for once and you're like I don't have to worry about this. I have it for the whole year right and then it just keeps going and you forget about it. I cancelled a bunch of annual subscriptions. I went through and cancer bunch monthly subscriptions that I like I canceled spotify. I don't really listen to music. I've realized I just listened to like childish. Gambino nothing else right. I don't need to access to millions and millions of unlimited. It sounds like music on the Internet when I only listen to one artist cancelled spotify. I canceled my comic book membership. Because I don't have my pet anymore or I gave it gave it to family so I just cancelled a bunch of things that I don't use anymore and it's been great like I theoretically have more money every month now And we'll probably get. I used on other things but had more time. I mean if you're not you know reading the comic books anymore. Yeah a lot of the things. Were I wasn't doing already you weren't even. I think I have done this in the last two weeks right and if the answer was no just cancelled it and the nice thing is subscription. If I really miss it that much I'll just sign up for it again. You know there's no commitment like if I st- so my comic book subscription can never read a comic book a day if I really find myself missing it that much. Oh just signed backup and you'll probably get some sort of deal when you signed back. Oh Yeah Yeah. That evidently happened with audible. Yes you didn't hear from me Nick. What's your upgrade? My upgrade is using my spotify subscription which do not need because I also subscribe to apple music but every now and then I make a spotify players for life actor and that's justified the expense for paying for to streaming services up what I mean Melissa's Megan effacing cringing over here. uh-huh asked yeah. You could use my spotify account we could. We could get. It's it's occasionally nice to have okay. I HATE ADS ADS and I. I will pay a good amount of money to avoid ever having to listen to an APP and spotify is one of those An probably all switch back over soon. Because it's just way better than apple music anyway. spotify every now and then hands out Google home devices to its subscribers or to who people who have unsubscribe to get them back. And I don't want one in my home. I think these devices keep getting handed out for free so often it says something something about what the real point of those devices But I ordered one because I will find a friend who wants it and I will give them my free device mhm for he managed to log out all my personal info on it and they who are less concerned about privacy from Google can use this fund on Google is a free gift to give away. That's like it's kind of a cool gift is still classified as that like. Oh yeah give me a google home. Insist that's cool. I think they have this special running right now for founded out in the life hackers slack. I assume we've written up by the time. This is out. Probably students and premium subscribers to spotify can have and. I think that's a good thing to remember. If you're not paying for the product you are the product and sometimes both you're paying frankly. I am shocked. You don't want an Orwellian device in your home for big brother to listen on. My wife is not happy that I keep Syrian. And that's the safest one what makes you think.

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"zafar" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"zafar" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"I'm Melissa Kirsch editor-in-chief of Life Hacker and Alice is out sick today. So I'm joined by life hackers staff writer Nick. Douglas Haynick. I'm Melissa. Thank you for being being carrying Alice's absence so today we're talking about how to start a podcast. That's right we're talking about how you can create your very own downloadable audio show and make just crazy piles of money like we have here. That's how we painted the ramp exactly. It was bare walls bare floor. There was too much echo so we made a ton of money uh-huh and covered. It looks beautiful and listen to us now. Great Most did you know that according to the twenty nineteen infinite dial report over half the US population over twelve at listened to a podcast. That's about one hundred forty four million people. That's a lot of people. Yeah and according to that same same report there are ninety million monthly podcast listeners in the US but is staggering. Nick did you know that according to the twenty eighteen eighteen podcast revenue report. Which I'm sure you've at least glance through every morning? Read a read a chapter share. I mean I can't wait for the twenty nine thousand one so marketer I spent four hundred seventy nine million dollars to advertise on podcast in the US and are projected to spend over one billion dollars in two thousand twenty one a boy. That's like that's how much instagram sold for. A lot of squarespace advertising is doing quite well and a lot of between Russia's given the popularity of podcasts and how they are clearly your last best hope to retire before thirty five. Nick and I are talking today with Les Packers Very Own Video Producer and podcasting expert Booze Afar to help us. Learn the INS and outs of starting podcast ask yourself why do you some soul-searching because I think the important thing to remember is you have to be podcasting for a reason. It has to make sense in audio for a reason who is the host host of lower party a podcast about video game storytelling that he created hosts produces and edits Abu also recently produced a three part video series for life. Hacker occur called how to start a podcast in which he imparts all his secrets to starting at killer professional standing podcast for the series Abu interviewed such podcast heavyweights as a Roman on Mars of ninety nine. Percents invisible. Josh Clark of stuff. You should know and Michel Yousef of tell them I am Haynick. Es Most you have some podcasting experience ends of your own. Yes I am the CO founder of a fiction. podcast called roommate from Hell. We just started recording our second season. that's been a a lot of fun. I used to be a host on a chat show called. Let's get into it. Those just a sandbox where we messed around made jokes and I very occasionally nationally released an episode of my micro cast. What did you have for breakfast which I started for a life? Hacker Post Nice. What did you have breakfast? I had at a bowl of cheerios. The first of a new box of cheerios and a banana which I failed to a usually do feed little bits of love to my baby daughter. See that's how easy it is to make a podcast. That was a wonderful episode. So knowing what you know now about podcasting what would as you tell yourself when you're just starting out I would say go make things faster. Stop thinking hard about it makes something in secret for a while before you try getting anyone to listen. Hopefully we can help any aspiring podcasters. Listening right now to avoid some of your early podcasting challenges Bruce with today's conversation with Boo so welcome to the upgrade Abu. Thank you for having me. This is my i. We're thrilled to have you here. And just everyone knows. Abu Is very active behind the scenes of the upgrade. And I think it's safe to say that this podcast would not it right now is not for a boo working so hard to help us produce it so tell us about your podcasting back. When did you start podcasting? How did you get into it so breath podcasting for me goes way back? I knew you were GonNa ask me this question. I started thinking back to when I first listened to a podcast and I think it was when I was a teenager major before there was a podcast APP on anyone's phone. I used to listen to the indoor kids from Emily Gordon and Kumail Nangiani who are extremely famous now and back then they were just sort of sort of famous and used to listen to that podcast because it was about video gaming then a sort of dropped off podcasting for a while and then got back into it when ABC dropped in two thousand and eight and it became a little more streamlined. To listen to podcasting back in college I dabbled a little bit and starting my own. PODCAST I was a a political science minor and I thought I knew about politics so I started this podcast about politics that only lasted like six episodes and then over the years. Here's a through work and through friends and colleagues have continued to dabble in podcasting hosting recording writing and eventually a little over a year and a half ago me and a group of friends got together and we launched our podcast lower party and at this point That has grown into a network of three shows that we l. work on collectively so it's been a lot of fun so the first step for people who are thinking I love podcast just like you're dead. What is the first step to starting hurting a podcast? So the universal answer to this question when it came to all the experts that I talked to in my video series was ask yourself. Why do some soul searching because I think the important thing to remember is you have to be podcasting for a reason? It has to make sense in audio for a reason. Michigan USA from till the Miam- spoke to this particularly. Well I think first you have to ask yourself why this should be a podcast like do you just want to be a podcast. Her or war is the thing that you're trying to make something that doesn't exist and should exist and should it exist as a podcast because something can be A great instagram story or a great series of illustrations or a video interview or a documentary or an essay. And I think asking why sound is important and why the human voice is important and why this medium is important is is a big question. And if if you don't have answers to those questions that doesn't mean it should be a podcast. You should probably try to figure out answers to those questions. But it's worth taking the time to try to justify it now. Obviously she's speaking taking more to reported and scripted. Storytelling are very different kinds of podcasts. Out there but this is a universal question to that. I think everybody needs to ask Nick Nick. I'm sure you ask yourself this question too when you guys started your podcast. It's Y. Does this need to be a podcast. Wise this story that I feel like I need to tell and I think think that's soul-searching step is extremely important before you commit to anything yet When we were doing a fiction podcast is weird thing because I came at it from I'm wanting to do video and constantly saying okay? We're spending so much time just doing execution here that none of us are particularly skilled dat and it ends up looking cheap. And here's this medium. Where for relatively little money a lot of time you can look like the best version version and no matter how much money someone had to throw at it? They couldn't look much better. Sound much better than us. I wonder how many people get into podcasting via video in that way or realize I mean. Obviously it's a different medium but that you lose some of the challenges from trying to make videos when you go to make podcasting right. Yeah Yeah I mean I have a background. Akron video went to school for Broadcast Journalism. And I I'm self taught when it comes to a lot of video skills that I have and a lot of those skills have easily transferred over to new audio and audio editing and mixing because half a video is capturing high quality audio and I suspect a lot of people come from video but there are some challenges that are unique to audio that you don't consider when it comes to video for instance. Well I think the first challenge that I came across myself was the fact that there's nothing to see when I'm making video a lot of it is visual storytelling. I don't have to say or do everything because a lot of that is interpreted voted by what I'm capturing on screen what the characters are saying or doing a something as simple as like an eyebrow.

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Over processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day

Morning Edition

03:00 min | 2 years ago

Over processed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day

"Their new diet studies out this week and they add more evidence that when it comes to staying healthy. It may not be enough to just count. Those calories what you choose to eat really does matter in pairs Rb reports on what researchers learned when they tracked the diets and health of thousands of women over two decades when the women's health initiative study began back in the nineteen nineties about twenty thousand women were put on a diet. They were told to cut back on fatty foods such as red meat and full fat, dairy, and they were told to add in more plant based foods, here study, author Rowena Boesky of the Los Angeles biomedical research institute at harbor UCLA medical center, but we ask them women to eat more fruits vegetables, and grains, but also to reduce their total. Fat intake, two decades later, what he and his colleagues have found is that women who were put on this diet at twenty one percent lower risk of death from breast cancer. Compared to women who didn't change their diets. This is significant because this is the first intervention study at anytime targeting breast cancer, where reduction in deaths from breast cancer has been seeing this study adds to the evidence that what you eat can be an important driver of health, but it also raises new questions about exactly which changes the women in the study made that may have been most beneficial. Here's Jennifer Liga belt a medical oncologist at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, there's been a walk that we've learned in the time since the study started about healthy fat, and unhealthy fat at a time when we're told to eat, plenty of healthy fats sources such as KADO 's and olive oil. Was it really an overall reduction in fat during the study that worked in the women's favor? Or was it due to other factors such as all of the good, nutrients and fiber that come from eating more fruits, vegetables, and whole, grains, Schabowski says it's just not clear. We can't really separate out at the present time. Which component was important. But we have blood on all forty eight thousand women, and now we will be a number of analyses to see if we can dissect out which were the important components. So there's much more to learn now. One interesting point, the women in the study were not told to count calories or reduce calories, but overall, they did lose weight. We didn't target caloric intake reduction, but the women did reduce their weight by about three percents. I think it's a message of dietary moderation the signings fit with another new study out this week that evaluated the effects of an ultra process diet compared to minimally processed diet it to finds that an overall healthy diet containing plenty of fruits vegetables, and whole grains can help prevent weight gain Darya schmo, Zafar, Ian is dean of the Friedman school of nutrition at Tufts University. The effects are really consistent with a lot of research coming out, over the last decade that you can't judge a food by its calorie count. And when it comes to eating healthy the quality. And range of foods, you choose matter

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Teen suffering from seizures dies after doctors discover parasitic tapeworm eggs in his brain

Radio From Hell

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Teen suffering from seizures dies after doctors discover parasitic tapeworm eggs in his brain

"An eighteen year olds who complained of seizures in the emergency room. Indian hospitals is not gonna go. Well, turned out to have a parasite in his brain. According to a case study published Thursday in the New England Journal of medicine, doctors nisham, Deb and Zafar of us of the Medical College and hospital and fire Dodd a safari club odd reported the that the patient who appeared in the ER with a swelling over his right? I was having tonic colonic seizures tonic seizures, formerly known as grand mal seizures the disturbances caused stiffen muscles in a loss of consciousness. His parents said their son had felt pain in his right groin for a week. Moved up to his I a physical exam revealed that he had confusion and tenderness in his testy right testicle to learn more about his condition the medical staff performed him. All right. And they found cysts in his cerebral cortex as well as his brain stem, including the Sara bellum. They found out that he had. Parasites that had led eggs in his

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"zafar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"zafar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Six five one thousand nine five eight five five. Is the phone number Use the hashtag t. c. n. t. on Twitter people do they do. People do either of off some, people do. It and say nice things some people do it and say mean things some, people do it and they lie Not. Us no no no not us no Oh they just make stuff up hey? Either of you been to been. To France no desire to, go to France I have not been. There, but, I'm, interested in. Going I wouldn't say I have a strong? Desire to but you know the. List of places to go, would I be on it Enjoyed the gets it probably would, would would maybe cracked the top ten wouldn't mind, seeing a tower of Eiffel Defense Are made of April. France for, instance, steel there was a Oh there's a there was. A French, village. Last week unfortunately Had to put a ban in. Place. James, here by. This so far Zafar resides in France. Okay Wants. To, procreate unfortunately he's turning his romantic interest on people Zafar is a dolphin no k. k. right yeah that. Was that was usually. Tease Unfortunately. The Zafar the dolphin is going well beyond teasing. To the point where a French village last week. Had to ban swimming after the overly playful dolphin reportedly tried. To rub against humans and boats somebody, needs, to have a. Talk, with this dolphin the this is a. Non consensual rubbing is. Is, not allowed you're. Not, allowed to do that locals say Learned that the. Hard way they apparently the dolphins afar is sexually. Frustrated Gordon to locals lonely dolphin the frisky dolphin has tried. To block several swimmers from returning to, land Your mind now One, woman maritime rules apply No WADA's. That's right yeah you're on my turf says the, play by your your laws you. Play by my blowhole rules One woman apparently required a rescue boat to retrieve, her the the. Bottlenose dolphin. Is also. Bumped, up against. Boats and even, flew over one kayaker according to, to a report try new press.

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"zafar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"zafar" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Us no no no not us no No Make stuff, up, hey either of you been to been to? France No desire to. Go to France I have not been they're interested, in going go I wouldn't say I have a strong desire to but, you know the, list, of places to go would be on it Enjoy the gets it probably would would, would maybe cracked the top ten wouldn't mind seeing a tower of Eiffel Michael made of Eiffel France France has got some steel there was a Oh there's a There was a French, village. Last, week unfortunately Had had to put. A ban in place chance here. By. This so Zafar Zafar resides in France. Okay Wants to procreate unfortunately. He's turning his romantic interest on. People Afar is a dolphin no k. k. all. Right, yeah that was that was usually tease Unfortunately the the Zafar the dolphin is going well beyond teasing to. The point where a French village last week had. To ban swimming after the overly playful dolphin reportedly. Tried to rub against humans and boats somebody needs to have. A talk with this dolphin the this. Is a non consensual rubbing. Is, is not allowed you're. Not, allowed to do that locals say Learned that the. Hard way they apparently the dolphins afar is sexually. Frustrated Gordon good locals lonely.

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"zafar" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"zafar" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"In a way they kind of are Zafar will never end up in the. Metoo movement Right the. Story insofar coming up dinosaur news that's not good And Alec, Baldwin news, which, you knew is not good because I said Alec Baldwin oh and Schnitt. Will chat with us here at the bottom. Of the hour coming up here on the on. The show I'm gonna. Grab one more call on, this? Article if you didn't hear I read. It earlier basically Former secretary of. Labor I think he ran for governor of Massachusetts to he's. Been around for a long time serving under multiple presidents Robert rice Reich however, you pronounce it wrote an article, saying you know what forget impeachment he's been reading he's been reading the constitution and it just so happened there was part, of it we. Were all missing and that was a process of annulment so basically it, would be, a, do over and it would be as no the Donald Trump presidency never. Existed which is right there in the constitution. Of only read hard enough using a secret decoder. Glasses and lemon juice. Or something I don't know And he's not a lawyer so that makes. An extra special that he. Was able to find it whereas all those lawyers were unable. To so we have been analyzing that very dubious claim but we've also been, organizing for the do over figuring, out where we're going to have the neuro Liser position to capture all of North Carolina there have been some top of. Graphical concerns now Whereas if you were to put it on top of mount Mitchell which is the highest point there and even on top of those towers. That are on that that that adjacent hill there It's how do I put the shot maybe I should bring Saul into, talk about how signals travel And that could fill the rest of the show You're going to some of the some of the. Hillbillies down in the draws will? Remain unknown realized so what do you do there do you have naturalisation teams? She can go. In and do the mind wipe I don't know the article doesn't go, into depth enough for. Me. To form, an opinion but that's the. Thing so all right. One more call. On this thanks for hanging Kevin you're up next Hey. Hey I.

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Starbucks, Cheri Preston and KOMO discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

Starbucks, Cheri Preston and KOMO discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news this. Check of your money at twenty and fifty past each hour comes to your courtesy of propel. Insurance here's Bruce Vaile stocks rallied,

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Playful dolphin leads mayor to close beaches

America's Truckin' Network

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Playful dolphin leads mayor to close beaches

"News well some frisky French dolphins have caused some beaches. And France to close more from ABC news In this country we have stories every. Other week or sell about shark. Attacks beaches, closed, because of, shark sightings, and fear. Of, being bitten on the north west coast of France they're closing a beach because of dolphins We'll make that dolphin one particular. Dolphin who is writing which means he wants. To mate with people apparently for weeks now the dolphin nicknames afar has been. Entertaining kids and swimming alongside beachgoers in kayakers but now he's getting just. A little too, frisky he's been seen jumping over kayakers last want the woman had to be rescued after he wouldn't let her return to shore and last week he tossed another. Woman into the air with his nose Zafar could cause somebody to get hurt especially with his tail fin Now, with, the, beaches, close he'll have to. Swim

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"zafar" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"zafar" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Dies like, fuck and no sure. I want him to confirm me being a smart boy. He just fucking made me look dumbest. Thanks, Danni jet. And then Donnie will go to you next. I gave it a sixty one hundred. I'm definitely higher than new guys little bit maybe because I don't know it. It's it's. It shouldn't be hard to make a movie with one of the top to your accident stars in the world fighting CJ stark like unentertaining and I don't think it wasn't entertaining. It was a relatively entertaining that that's the biggest. My biggest takeaway from it has the entirety of the movie was I was reasonably entertained. So I, that's why I give it like that sort of inbetween score of sixty, which I might lower depending on how much we read into it. Yes. So I'm more on board with Jeff and trills opinion give it a something somewhere in the low forties. I did think ding being was not really up to the task. She wasn't really selling any of her lines. And yeah, I like I was never scared like there was one jump scare, but like you just knew it was coming when that guy like jumps off the boat and he's like, we killed the shark leg. It's done like the movie was only halfway over at that point you, you just knew there was another shark about the pop out. And like that was probably the only jump skit where it was like where I moved a little bit or like you know, felt some sort of shock, but even that, like I knew it was common. So, yeah, it just like it wasn't gripped. I feel like even making the shark huge like definitely doesn't necessarily make the shark scarier. Yeah. I mean, I think jaws Zafar scary movie in this. It's not big of a shark, and it's also an extremely fake looking shark in Joe's. Yeah. So I mean, I I would agree on all this points. I mean, I think there are some fun elements and actually read some reviews before in. It's how I found out. This was PG thirteen. I thought this was a rate in our movie, and I think they could have gotten away with doing some more fun. Like in your face shit had been rated art and those PG thirteen. I think I read some of the. They took out a few scenes that were are rated, and that's what I was missing. I was missing some more graphic death scenes, and I know that. I know that sounds that makes me sound like a psychopath apologize, but we'll like I was waiting through like an entire will like insides. Yeah, but I wanna see guts. I mean, if there was more traffic, there's a more graphic aquatic dinosaur related death scene in Jurassic world than there was in the Meg. Now disappoints me one set a sad death. We're just getting vote by the cloud and what do you tell them? You're dressing fallen kingdom or the Jurassic world where the system was like thrown into that. Narrow at all. Just just like the producer like a check this shit out. Yeah, that's loose the whale we used to use. Well, guts, Tyke, power lamps and stuff. So the wheel gets reminded me that family guy scene where Peter's trying to get the whale off the beach with the forklift. Keeps poking and ripping into the whale. So I mean, I think we can all even can is rated a touch higher, agreed an extent. I think it be knew what it was, but donny's point of that like in you read that I didn't see that. But I mean, I've said, believe you that they cut some stuff out. I think it knew what it was, but it wasn't exactly what they wanted to be. 'cause they went for money grabbed more than just trying to make it what it should have been, which is our rated Jason stay thumb. You know, the guy trying to be the hero. Some messed up shit kinda horrifying, but it took some stuff out. I think that kind of adds up to why the movie was what it was. I mean, it's still making money. It's gonna ready made back its budget. I believe it's killing it. Has it been released in China, won't get released there for a week. It wasn't child was released in China. Yeah, thought it was funny. They tried to make Shanghai look like it was on the coast..

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"zafar" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"zafar" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Dies like, fuck and no sure. I want him to confirm me being a smart boy. He just fucking made me look dumbest. Thanks, Danni jet. And then Donnie will go to you next. I gave it a sixty one hundred. I'm definitely higher than new guys little bit maybe because I don't know it. It's it's. It shouldn't be hard to make a movie with one of the top to your accident stars in the world fighting CJ stark like unentertaining and I don't think it wasn't entertaining. It was a relatively entertaining that that's the biggest. My biggest takeaway from it has the entirety of the movie was I was reasonably entertained. So I, that's why I give it like that sort of inbetween score of sixty, which I might lower depending on how much we read into it. Yes. So I'm more on board with Jeff and trills opinion give it a something somewhere in the low forties. I did think ding being was not really up to the task. She wasn't really selling any of her lines. And yeah, I like I was never scared like there was one jump scare, but like you just knew it was coming when that guy like jumps off the boat and he's like, we killed the shark leg. It's done like the movie was only halfway over at that point you, you just knew there was another shark about the pop out. And like that was probably the only jump skit where it was like where I moved a little bit or like you know, felt some sort of shock, but even that, like I knew it was common. So, yeah, it just like it wasn't gripped. I feel like even making the shark huge like definitely doesn't necessarily make the shark scarier. Yeah. I mean, I think jaws Zafar scary movie in this. It's not big of a shark, and it's also an extremely fake looking shark in Joe's. Yeah. So I mean, I I would agree on all this points. I mean, I think there are some fun elements and actually read some reviews before in. It's how I found out. This was PG thirteen. I thought this was a rate in our movie, and I think they could have gotten away with doing some more fun. Like in your face shit had been rated art and those PG thirteen. I think I read some of the. They took out a few scenes that were are rated, and that's what I was missing. I was missing some more graphic death scenes, and I know that. I know that sounds that makes me sound like a psychopath apologize, but we'll like I was waiting through like an entire will like insides. Yeah, but I wanna see guts. I mean, if there was more traffic, there's a more graphic aquatic dinosaur related death scene in Jurassic world than there was in the Meg. Now disappoints me one set a sad death. We're just getting vote by the cloud and what do you tell them? You're dressing fallen kingdom or the Jurassic world where the system was like thrown into that. Narrow at all. Just just like the producer like a check this shit out. Yeah, that's loose the whale we used to use. Well, guts, Tyke, power lamps and stuff. So the wheel gets reminded me that family guy scene where Peter's trying to get the whale off the beach with the forklift. Keeps poking and ripping into the whale. So I mean, I think we can all even can is rated a touch higher, agreed an extent. I think it be knew what it was, but donny's point of that like in you read that I didn't see that. But I mean, I've said, believe you that they cut some stuff out. I think it knew what it was, but it wasn't exactly what they wanted to be. 'cause they went for money grabbed more than just trying to make it what it should have been, which is our rated Jason stay thumb. You know, the guy trying to be the hero. Some messed up shit kinda horrifying, but it took some stuff out. I think that kind of adds up to why the movie was what it was. I mean, it's still making money. It's gonna ready made back its budget. I believe it's killing it. Has it been released in China, won't get released there for a week. It wasn't child was released in China. Yeah, thought it was funny. They tried to make Shanghai look like it was on the coast..

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"zafar" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"zafar" Discussed on Overdue

"However that lake so they're like anthropomorphic ice in the book though right layouts how ratty yard they would you say not very ratty at all there's a lot of skittering product we had that's the worst way anything can move by away as to skater anywhere anything the skaters miss me of that thank you miss me with skittering please i gave myself a headache with that he realized slow so these definitely above the board researchers captured rats opted damn street in a market and now they're germ experiments on yes so they take them to the vote to the laborde tori of dr scholtz who has like two assistance or whatever what the rats end up getting super smart and superstrong because they just get injected with dna is not specified what type of dna or how much were wear their injected but there are three groups of rats they're of science i just put demands yeah group a which is where our coal rats come from group b who get like the weaker stuff and are like not as cool and those days get d n yeah not a and then there is out there and there's group c which i guess just gets injected with water or something i don't know they're the control group they'd ours doesn't happen it's very unclear if they're running any sort of like we have male rats we iffy it's very shoddy science i think they're not obviously like what are they even trying to approve to accomplish so a couple of things start to happen they start to notice that the rats uh in group a are getting bigger and stronger and are probably going to live at least double their normal lifespan okay sounds pretty cool zafar sounds pretty cool so far they start getting really smart so they're start bear putting them through lab mazes and stuff in the floors electrocuted and they learned not to go on that and then they start like teaching them to read.

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"zafar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"zafar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I i got getting a bachelor's you're an mba in in finance and economics in this is a very true because they don't teach you these things in those programmes i want to go through and share with you at just a little taste of some of these things you know i find that many americans following the heard in traditional ira zafar when case in the market don't realize that they could probably generate an extra quarter of a million dollars or more by simply learning how to increase safely their rate of return to where it's averaging seven to ten percent tax free now a lot of people say well i'm i you know seven eight nine ten percent i said a bit consistently is that your average because dow bar who tracks investor behavior says the average stock market or mutual fund investor through the ups and downs and primarily because they're buying and selling at the wrong hong times are only averaging about three and a half percent and that's been very very true for almost any twenty year period you can show me in history that if you bought and held you might average ninepercent before tax but when you take out that tax deferred money out of an ira or four when cave you're only netting in about six percent if you baden held most people do not do that they are out of emotion wait until the market surely doing well and then they start buying a almost at the crashed when it's high and then vialli when the market starts losing losing losing they panic and they sell law and that's one of the biggest reasons why people only average about three and a half percent this is why the three thousand clients that i had back in nineteen eighty the that we're in mutual funds were never happier than what i got him out of the market and put him in to tax favored vehicles that have averaged between seven point two percent and some of the worst 10year periods up to over ten percent by rebalancing you know the difference be twain earning just a four or five percent and may maybe seven or eight percent or earning even seven or eight percent tax deferred in a traditional ira or four zero one k verses seven eight nine percent tax free when you take the money out will ease delhi add up to an extra.

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"zafar" Discussed on Start the Week

Start the Week

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"zafar" Discussed on Start the Week

"At to kick someone is good sometimes even zafar say yes you at the kick someone's will you are not as strong a boy and if you sued the generation educated viola inches some seeing limoges tate it and you can lose it we will lose it answer even if you go to iraq and syria can be a you can be very famous right that nobody will respect you if you have two boys and two was to dance every once a year he's a good guy this a difference so sometimes in europe who live in different of illusion maybe knows i in our role and look at the different you have different experience in swu now always you'd have to talk about them because the generation is a part of hugh biography of narrative and you are not finish was his trauma was the past trauma so we are talking about tranz generations from which means we have a trauma events which may be at five hundred years ago but sfu you writers and novels were you writing about this and you passes to the the next generations it meant it but is there a connection between meg raise of back the novel you helped mel peach it's a sort of posthumous collaboration rid isn't it you helped him complete the how much how much of that he grit where i'm coming onto it because it's also about trauma and abuse and how you cake with at now you you heal from it but i will what did you get when he when the envelope arrived.

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