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"zaid" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:25 min | Last month

"zaid" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"70 80,000 Year, maybe 100,000 year and eight Tio 10 per cent payout of tax free income. Ah, And so why wouldn't you want to do that? Why would you put it into something that is going to be taxable? It had it would have tohave. Ah, a whale of a great rate of return and tremendous safety. To consider that over putting the money into a max funded insurance policy that passes the liquidity, safety and rate of return test with flying colors. And so a Zaid mentioned a million dollars tax free lump sum payout. A death benefit or what have you could end up a generating 60 70 80,000 Year of tax free cash flow. And at the end of the day when that person passes away, it blossoms, 2 2.5 million and transfers, income tax free. What other investment do you know of that could do something like that. Along these lines besides taking lump sums and generating income, or letting it accumulate tax free, because a million could double in 7 to 10 years to two million, and then two million doubles to four million. I've helped many people with the lump sums a double that every 7 to 10 years. Tax free. But every million you have you, Khun Generate 60 70 80,000 Year of tax free income without depleting principle, and at the end of the day, it will oftimes double or triple and and transfer to the next generation or whoever the beneficiary is Totally tax free. I know of no other financial instrument that does that. But let me say this. You ready? The worst advice I feel. That is given to widows when they lose their husband is Oh, will take the life insurance proceeds and pay off your house. And I go. What? But that is the most common advice I hear given to widows to take life insurance proceeds after their husband is dies in an accident or natural causes or whatever. They take the money and pay off your house. Why is that? The worst advice? Listen close. Because the easiest way for a widow to be able to establish credit a credit history on their own Okay is by doing are proving it without having to qualify for a new mortgage. You wouldn't believe how many times I've seen widows pay off their house, and then it Couple of years later, all of a sudden, they they have a business opportunity, or they need to get an equity line of credit they need. They need that money back out of the house, and they say, Well, I haven't got it in my house. I'll just go borrow it. But the lending institution says Ah, Where's you know your credit? Doesn't look very good. What? I should have super credit. I haven't borrowed money for years. Well, hello. That's why you have no credit history. And so these poor widows are trying to have to prove That they can qualify to use a resource like the equity in their home or whatever, and they could've just continued to pay the mortgage payment for a couple of years out of a portion of the interest on those life insurance proceeds. And that's tax deductible and the money coming out of the life of jerseys, tax free hello and those that have done that have been so grateful because any time they want they could take the lump sum and pay off the house. But if that widow establishes a couple of years of making timely mortgage payments, then they go qualify for a refinance. Okay, I know of two widows recently that have refinanced their homes. They would have a very hard time doing that if they didn't have a proven history of making those timely mortgage payments and establishing their own credit. Two or three or four years after their husband had passed away. But if you just pay everything off, and then you don't have any credit history, you're gonna have a really hard time. Now. That's just one reason that I feel like the worst advice given into widows is to pay everything off you, Khun,.

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Humans Have Caused the Most Dramatic Climate Change in 3 Million Years

The Science Show

11:14 min | 2 months ago

Humans Have Caused the Most Dramatic Climate Change in 3 Million Years

"Recently Assad with some research colleagues at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, a look at a brand new science article in which are climate model for the first time had recreated the climate on earth over the last three million years, which covers the entire geological pleistocene epoch. The Pleistocene is so important as it constitutes a point of reference for life on. Earth. Because although sure our planet has existed for four point, five, billion years it's only in the last million years. That earth has looked at least roughly in the way as we know it, the continents were roughly where they are today. The North and South Poles were covered with ice. The atmosphere had a similar chemical composition to what we have today. Planet, Earth. Our earth has only existed for three million years. All, comparisons further back in time are quite meaningless. And the manuscript I hold in my hand is not just reaching. My brain is also striking straight into my heart. A deep humility settles in when look at the graph showing the variations in mean global temperature on earth over the past three, million years it shows that we have never throughout the whole plasticine exceeded two degrees global warming compared to our pre industrial average temperature of approximately fourteen degrees. Never. This means that Earth despite all the stresses and natural shocks from fluctuations and Solar Radiation Volcanic eruptions, asteroid impacts and earthquakes has regulated itself within an incredibly narrow range minus four degrees. Celsius were in deep ice age plus two degree Celsius. We're in a warm interglacial period lasting three million years. It's absolutely incredible. Especially since we know why. It's earth's ability to self regulate the ability of the oceans to absorb and store heat the ability of the ice sheets to reflect solar radiation the ability of the forests to absorb carbon dioxide and the ability to be a safe and store greenhouse gases. The planet is a biophysical self playing piano whose music sheet stays. Within the minus four plus to scale. If that is not caused for humidity than I do not know what humidity is. And a deep concern in hundred and fifty years. In the geological blink of an eye, we risk now tearing this Planetary Symphony to shreds. Let that sink in. The global average temperature is now changing hundred and seventy times faster than over the last seven thousand years and it's doing. So in the wrong direction upwards when the current orbital forcing meaning are distance to the sun and the current low level of solar activity means that the temperature should in fact, be slowing down. You don't have to be a physicist to understand that we have a problem. Climate skeptics like to argue that historically the climate has fluctuated so much. So why shouldn't it be fluctuating now? Obviously. It fluctuates. But we are now racing towards plus three to plus four degrees warming. Sceptics like to bring up the little ice age the time when Swedish King Call The tenth Gustav Marched His army across the deep frozen great belt and the little belt in sixteen fifty eight to beat the Danes or that the vikings grew grapes in Greenland during the medieval warm period. Yes. Of course, this is true but it all occurred within the natural boundaries of minus four and plus two degrees. And it's here within this sweet spot that we must remain for our own sakes and our future? In August two, thousand, eighteen at the peak of that year's drought and fires in Sweden and Europe. We published a scientific paper where we tried to establish whether we are at risk of pushing the entire planet away from its current state of equilibrium, the Holocene epoch where we have been since the last ice age. This is fundamental. Our Planet Earth can be in three different states. It can be in a deep ice age as it was twenty thousand years ago with large is. Extending over the northern and Southern Hemisphere with over two kilometers of ice above our heads here in Sweden an ice extending as far south as Berlin. This is an equilibrium state as it is not only lower solar radiation that keeps earth in an ice age. It is also the feedbacks caused by ice. As the ice sheets grow earth gets whiter, which means that more more incoming heat from the sun is reflected back to space more ice means it gets colder which means even more is and suddenly you have a self reinforcing mechanism. This is what makes an ice age and equilibrium earth remains. They're not only because of the external forces from the sun but also thanks to these inbuilt biophysical processes in this case, the color of ice. Earth can also be in an interglacial an intermediate state, which is what we have today where was still have permanent is sites at the polls and we have glaciers on land and the biosphere with forests, grasslands, and lakes roughly as Earth as we know it. It is these two equilibrium states and only these two states that the planet has been over the last three million years that is during the entire Pleistocene. But then there is a third state when earth tips over from self cooling feedback loops to self heating feedback loops, which leads to an inevitable journey to becoming a hot tropical planet that is four, five, six, potentially seven, eight degrees warmer than today where in principle, all the ice has gone and the surface of the ocean is more than fifty meters higher than it is today and where the conditions for live is fundamentally different all over the entire planet. This is what we call hothouse earth. Or Highs Zaid hot time in German where the article when we published it drew so much attention doing this burning heat wave in the summer of twenty eighteen that highs Zaid was chosen as the word of the year in Germany. In this research, we tried for the first time to identify the global mean temperature at which we are in danger of tipping over from our current state, the Holocene interglacial, and embarking on a journey that would inevitably take us to highlight our conclusion is that we cannot exclude that the planetary threshold. The tipping point where we kickoff unstoppable processes of self amplified warming is at two degrees. Bear in mind we are today at one point one very mind were moving fast along a path that reaches one point five in potentially only twenty, thirty years and two degrees in forty fifty years. This is one I would argue of the biggest. Challenges of all to test whether we are right. Can the planet cope with or Canet not cope with higher temperatures than two degrees? But. My conclusion based on the knowledge we have today is that the planetary threshold to avoid triggering high Zaid is most likely at two degrees. Of course, it's not so that Earth will fall off a cliff at two degrees. The risk is rather that we would then pass a threshold where the shift towards hindsight would become unstoppable. In other words, we face an urgency at the timeframe whether we pushed the on button on not triggering stoppable warming is within the next few decades meaning essentially. Now, if we pressed the UNBUTTON and kick off the great planetary machinery with feedback loops causing self warming, then the full impacts may play out over three four, five, hundred years before we reach a new equilibrium state hothouse. A planet with over ten meters, sea level rise temperatures, and extreme droughts, floods, and heatwaves making large parts of earth uninhabitable a planet we do not want a planet that cannot support US humans. This requires from us that we understand two different time horizons. The short term time of commitment. When do we push the unbutton but then also the long term time horizon when we have the full impact hitting on people these are different but ethically, I would argue only the trigger moment counts, we cannot leave a damaged planet beyond repair to future generations. So to summarize the decisive moment when we press don't press the button lies within the next ten to twenty years. With consequences for all future generations a moral, bum. Are High site article concluded that degree Celsius is our ultimate planetary threshold that we need to stay away from. This article actually came out six months before our climate modeling showed that we've never exceeded two degrees throughout the whole pleistocene, the last three million years. In Two thousand nine, our planetary boundaries size showed that one point five degrees is a boundary we should not transgress because then we enter a danger zone of uncertainty. So perhaps you do understand my feeling a deep concern of humility in the face of our latest scientific findings, which really only says, one thing tipping points are real and if they're crossed, they lead to unstoppable changes, which requires a new relationship between us and our planet, and that we realize that we are facing a new ethics. What we do today will determine the future on earth for all our children and their children.

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"zaid" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

11:46 min | 7 months ago

"zaid" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"How can somebody? Who's black mistreatment? Well because they're different people mistreat each other. They're not they're not mind control by their skin color by their blood type or or so on and so forth and I think there's a there's something else that I don't think I quite this and any article but For some reason I have these days I I was reading the old radio. Reports from Rwanda genocide They've collected a lot of the radio broadcasts because these were to have helped spare people to take hateful actions. Violent ACTIONS. Spur the summer winter. Enjoy genocide Jews in two zero and one of the gentlemen who was actually. I think he later. He was prosecuted international courts He was asked. I wanted these radio programs. Like why? Why do you really think being Hutu to Deutz these like an inborn quality and then he's taking the guy got furious started quoting other people. Who is at all? There's no difference between Hutus and showed us. How can you say that? It's not a real thing. He started saying. They're saying list of the time when you know Hutus did couldn't even own property. Hutus couldn't do this. You can't bring up all these historical grievances from the past to refi reinforced. A group identity collectively at the present right He. Was this lead to genocide right. I don't think anything somewhere that has happened in the United States but at the same kind of fail thought process that people are being treated as collectives history is being used to produce that bears statistical gains have been used to produce that but the reality is there individuals and yes. There are many individuals who are underprivileged. I think many of the grievances that that people who represented who interests were having probably legitimate. But they weren't really zero-sum took these right because if you looked at an individual by individual there's some individuals underprivileged didn't have access a lot of things have a good life they should have had that Everyone should have that. But it wasn't actually a zero sum game between those two groups and I make how candy rights ending how that Nation of Islam Guy was expecting the friendship Towers situation. Play out all. These people are treating life as a bit. Zero sum game between groups were formed in a very haphazard incidental. Almost irrational way. Right like this. There shouldn't be anything to the core of this but you see it out in different weight. Everything from really annoying Atlantic magazine articles around candy which unfortunately have assessed data even government officials to make the same kind of claims All the way up through actual ethnic cleansing and genocide which is what occurred in Rwanda occurred in other places like Bosnia. And I think that's what happens when you start to confuse Treating every individual decently making sure that they do have decent opportunities versus treating Alexandra some games of our life ward in combat between groups. That really they shouldn't exist. In the first place they existed because extremely raises a rational theories created by people trying to justify slavery in the United States or other places in the world try and justify colonialism and yes they did at least somewhat contribute to Integra inequality but it's Kinda hard To put out a fire like that raises on during March justly not an and reinforcing the strength and power groups that really don't shouldn't exist Elliott and at least not in their current form. I think we should be. We should be proud of having different cultures like I'm on a mishmash of culture. I'm considering a third culture kid right because I grew up in the US. My parents Pakistan or South Asian and Bantu Culture is being able to choose what culture and part of what groups. I'm part of a whether it feels natural. Mix them up together. I don't see myself as I have to be defending you know. South Asians Trauma South Asian Muslim being mistreated. I will help them the right thing to do. I think they should be treated equally. But I don't see myself as having to defend that group interest because I know I don't really see what's what's right about attaching myself to defending tribal versus another I it doesn't seem any more right than doing it in reverse to me. I feel like the the one thing we haven't really delved into a and I think we kinda mentioned it and perhaps of sort of brushed it aside because we share some perspectives around these things or at least feel like other aspects of the conversation are are a little more interesting to us. But to the extent people care about these groups in many cases I suspect their defense would be well. The persistence of certain kinds of disadvantage like forces us to care. We are a collective because of what continues to happen to us in the healthcare system. I think it was magazine. that Senator Harris wrote a piece for. Maybe it was today Perhaps yesterday but recently about Infant mortality difference rates of infant mortality and sort of pregnancy related Healthcare disparities between African American women and particularly white women. That's usually the contrast that gets drawn whether or not Other ethnic groups are racial groups. Tend to have better outcomes than them isn't nearly as important as the fact that white people have better outcomes than them. I make a bit of a joke but this is serious matter too many people and it's not the only place where there are these healthcare disparities in those healthcare disparities in many cases persist in ways. That are weird so year after year. We'll see the same kinds of disparities sometimes the gaps narrow but it's gradual and they'll persist across different income groups and those things can be daunting to explain and if not daunting just from other people's perspective. Maybe it's daunting for me because I think things are complicated but from other people's perspective it's just. This is an obvious example of racism. And even if it's not appropriate necessarily to focus on race in the conversation around Kobe. I wonder what you both think about. Our having looked at this I presume at least a little bit. The various categories of of healthcare disparities that do exist with respect to African Americans than any other group and how best to think about those things from your perspectives Tocqueville made the point in the eighteen. Hundreds when he was writing that as two groups of people become more equal rather than becoming less focused. On the remaining inequalities people become more focused on the remaining inequalities as things become more level whatever smaller qualities remain absorb much more of their attention. And I think that's basically true Definitely in in this case If we talk about maternal mortality this is one of the most tragic things that that can happen to. A human being period is a mother to die in childbirth and it has unfortunately been the norm. You Know I. It's been a routine experience for all of human history until yesterday for all intents and purposes Beyond that sure there. There were enormous disparities that. Wbz deploys pointed out. You know at the turn of the century with regard to blacks versus whites and huge ones at that in the context of the racially oppressive laws. You could you. You were wrong to not be mad about in the year. Twenty twenty there is now something like three fold disparity in the in the rate at which a mother dies during pregnancy between black women and white women the way I just said that is one way of framing it. That is accurate but statistics don't interpret themselves. You have to be an informed. Consumer of statistics there in there are like ten different ways to frame any statistical fact so what I just said could equally accurately be said this way over ninety nine point nine percent of black women and over ninety nine point nine percent of white women survive. Pregnancy that three full disparity all occurs after the first decimal point right so in any kind of broad historical perspective. We're talking about a miracle of health that has happened and that the benefits of which have spread to everyone including black people. Like I said if you're beyond beyond that one percent of that point zero one percent obviously it's an incalculable tragedy. For you and your family I. It's not it's not at all something to minimize. How could one minimized but to say this is a system wide problem it? How could it be a system wide problem when over ninety nine point? Nine percent of people aren't experiencing. That doesn't seem right to me. I would like to see a study that looked at individual cases What are what are the factors that lead to these tragedies happen happening rather than using them as a way to just indict the American healthcare system to to the extent? I've had an opportunity to look at these studies in there. There really are lots of them so it's hard to to paint all of them with a broad brush. I will say that they tend to be. The results. Tend to be a lot more complicated than a lot of the headlines tend to tend to suggest the sample sizes and certain other cases might be a little smaller than one might like and a lot of odd complexity conversations that I might like to have about the data and how to interpret it and what it might suggest and the differences between groups that are presumed to be the same but for their race on the differences that might exist that that the researchers are overlooking the all those things municipal but for the most part people arrive at. There's a disparity and it must be because of subconscious bias on the part of the doctor. I didn't WanNa rob you of the opportunity to comment on that. If you bad I think collins points are well taken while made I think I think Komo's said this before one area where I think there is some legitimate inquiry about this is if we're finding these these outcomes. Puteh result of discrimination of some form because we do need to be Mitchell about that. And that's how we have. The civil rights people died too. Great Civil Rights Act was So that we had mechanisms define when people are being committed against be able to bring lawsuits so on so forth. The issue of implicit unconscious biases. It's a little bit more dicey because we don't know a lot about how they actually operationalize in real life like For the most part only study implicit bias. Harvard has an implicit bias. Like whole lab dedicated as we really don't know how it operationalize is into actual behavior like we can measure because it's kind of like a flash or a split. Second Reaction Your House. People call overwhelm net pretty quickly in most real world scenarios There's a psychologist named Susan. Fiske that for instance says that he tried to imagine people's faces vegetables. You can pretty much eliminate the racial bias.

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"zaid" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

08:09 min | 7 months ago

"zaid" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Okay. I find all very amusing even though it's all wrong 'cause they are vampires and vampire do really bad things it's Witty. It's very witty. And and the characters are very You know they're very well acted and well expressed and think you know like I said you can kind of turn your compuserve and turn the world off and just watch it. Enjoy yourself while I'm GonNa take the opportunity to plug the two shows. I've been watching on Hulu which I'm pretty sure I haven't mentioned any place. I'm Dave is one seen every episode so good so amazing so hilarious and little dicky's also he's actually just bury good. Yeah he is all the great cameos in their. Everybody should be read in young. Doug it is just so good watch David also deb's on Hulu which I don't love the sort of stock look Silicon Valley bad guys but I do appreciate the really interesting in creative way to show his made and it dumps into a lot of goofy physics stuff that I am just naturally interested in anyways and I've actually been reading a tremendous amount about Since I've been largely stuck in the house although I break the rules and leave in various ways and make it a point to do all of the grocery runs and maybe I'm a little more strategic than you guys because I never wait in lines outside the grocery store but it also could just be where I am your mask You know there's complicated reasons for that. Have you been? Have you been having dark sauce lately? And he's suicidal. Know What's wrong no? I don't wear the mask. I don't wear the mask because as a black man in America. I know wearing a mask. Put ME AT MUCH GREATER RISK. I saw CNN had articles about that CNN and the New York Times. Yeah Yeah there are times. I don't want to okay. It's interesting because it's one of those things. Where is a a speculative feature you write a story like this about the dangers? That people imagine they face. I do not know that there are any reported incidents of someone wearing some sort of medical or even T. shirt Created face covering and being stopped by the police more otherwise harassed because they were wearing this face covering and I imagine we would hear about it if it were so but I mentioned the face mask thing because this is kind of what served as the on ramp for this particular conversation taking place. I guess it was last week. Tuesday or Wednesday we recorded the last of fifth column. It was sewed and on that same day. I guess it was just after Ebrahim Kandi had written a piece of the Atlantic And I think it's at this point. He's written maybe three pieces on the same theme of race and the Corona virus and the was initially speculation about whether or not African Americans were profoundly overrepresented in covet statistics in his piece initially was about the fact that we need this data if we're going to be able to confront racism in America and all of its various manifestations that we need to know whether or not people are profoundly overrepresented in Kovic stats and he wasn't alone. There were other people like Propublica. Who'd been speculating about this and investigating. It is well and looking at some early data coming out of the cities that we're actually reporting this but Nicole Hannah Jones was also concerned about this and eventually we actually did start to get the data and since that time and slightly before of The president of the United States essentially every single state governor. Lots and. Lots. Of policymakers are all very very interested in this story about the overrepresentation of minorities in Cova data. I talked about it here of but both of you wrote things about this issue and we. We had some conversations. I think around the time that the story was starting to percolate but I'm confident that we arrived at our conclusions about all of this on our own so I wonder you all are now. We're about a week removed from that. There was a substantial amount conversation about it and still is. I think it was either today or yesterday. That is not found. She make fresh comments about this and suggests that he just met with Congressional Black Caucus And they were having intense conversations about what they could do about this issue both now and in the future and I suspect we haven't heard the last of it so when even candy wrote the first piece just asking the question wondering out loud whether there would be racial disparities in corona virus. I thought the fact that he asks that question. It demonstrated perfectly the difference between how I tend to think about issues of disparity. And how someone like he does. I assume that there's going to be disparities. However we categorize people all across the board. And the reason I assume that is because I've spent a good amount of time looking at just. Cdc Data on the rate at which people of different races die of different. What I found is that each new disease surprises you. You know one kind of cancer. It's black people dying of more than whites. Who are dying more than Hispanics the next kind of cancer? It's the reverse at any common sense you used to predict. It gets frustrated extremely quickly and what that has taught me is that a disparity is the norm. Not The exception and the more important point. Be The disparities. Sometimes they run in the direction that the naive notion of systemic racism would predict which is to say black people. Die More than whites. Blacks and Hispanics underwrites but they often just go in completely different directions. There are a lot of diseases. That whites are more likely to die than blacks and Hispanics in its rent. So you have to look at these on a case by case basis and whatever you WanNa say about why disparity exists. There is a basic sense in which you're almost asking the wrong question absolutely in my article. I thought a lot. About some of the COURSEWORK identing Graduate School. I had a master's in public administration. Syracuse big part of my course was on statistics on quantitative analysis. And you know I think the first radio here in these classes that correlation does not necessarily imply causation. That's particularly true when you're just looking at one variable So for instance. I think that a lot of the politicians the media people were covering this. They basically looked one variable in a few places they said. Well certain people of certain interracial group happened to have a higher. Higher percentage of people from that group died or contracted this disease than is their percentage of the population Or maybe the death rate is highest for this group Therefore there's something about this disease in this group right near visiting looking at a unit area You know one variable Kind of regression or just one variable relationship and you do that You're often missing the bigger picture because you not looking any other variables right I think for a long time you will do with crime. They would say okay. Well you know. In every in every city the blacks are committing most of the crimes that the black this black eventually. A lot of that kind of raises theory was debunked. Because what they do. This are looking at other variables. As well you know whether it's quality policing of the drug trade inequality Sewn and so forth once you start putting in other controls. The relationship between race and crime basically.

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"zaid" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

02:33 min | 7 months ago

"zaid" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Many Big Crowds But I you know in some ways I think it's kind of made me reflect about up being thankful and grateful what I have It's I'm really happy that I'm merely got married in the last year so I have family here with me. I am kind of shopping this out together and you know I. I can't complain knowing you know. All I have to do is go to a website talking about a hospital that has many cases of people or laid off seeking unemployment insurance You know looking at all. I have very little to complain about to myself. Although of course just like everyone else. I do want normal life to come back because I enjoy being outside being among people Having a lot more employment opportunities out there the economy's thinking so valley right now but overall over on wwl similarly able to take advantage of distractions in the midst of all of this. Yes so one thing. I can't do as my apartment building. Actually closed their gem. It's a communal space in. They want people gathering there So I haven't attended a switch. There's a game called fitness boxing. And we like to. We like to use that for exercise. It's fine now that we have video games that have motion controls and things like that so you can exercise. That's doing that. We're watching what we do in the shadows Which is very very funny Comedy show that actually is based off a movie biotechnology and I find it extremely funny and I would recommend that any listeners. Who are who are just into a into watching kind of escape his show. That's just kind of a funny mockumentary about vampires. It's streamlined. Who I've seen that. That is hilarious. Yeah I really liked TYCO. Tyco Akitas the guy who Heading is a producer on this but he he directed I think the film that is based off of It's super like immoral like if you if this was a real situation. I'd be like horrified by it but it's very funny and I guess that Kinda like irreverent comedy that it's Kinda like escapes the normal bounds of what's considered robber I it's like the one place my mind can go where I'm like. I can put put the I kind of moral rules in this. Be like okay. I find all very amusing even though it's all wrong 'cause they are vampires and vampire do really bad things it's Witty. It's very witty. And and the characters are very You know they're very well acted and well expressed and think you know like I said you can kind of turn your compuserve and turn the world off and.

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"zaid" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"zaid" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"That he's decided to quit drinking yeah good sounds like you need to do this next laser story is out of the friendly skies starting July first ferrets goats and hedgehogs can no longer fly even if their emotional support animal Zaid who is bringing to go on the plane they're just three of us somewhat lengthy list of bart animals the airline is put out in response to an increase in customers transporting support animals on board their aircraft which is up more than forty percent year to year here are some of the other ones that you can bring on the airline even if it has an emotional support certificate frogs snakes mice spiders chickens waterfowl bald eagles or hawks really yeah no bird should be on a plane fly themselves insects flies or pit miscue does in particular actually put that on there so tight I can't read my letter to you on the blade yeah like really one flight were all the animals are on a good note yeah they also said any animals with tusks or horns or hooves excluding miniature horses trained service animals because those ones are legit service and and any animal that is unclean slash has an odor isn't every animal kind of unclean and have an order well I mean if they can't get too crazy on that one there's a lot of humans that same issue yeah there's a lot of animals that are way more clean than humans on this nexus stories out of the land of looking good three with the weather getting better a lot of Americans choose to jog outdoors but there's a problem with that if you're taking an hour out of your day to run around the city you're losing valuable TV time that's not right you guys no one new business is stepping up to fill the void it's a health club in England that's offering a new work out programs where you run outside.

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"zaid" Discussed on The Holistic PT Podcast

The Holistic PT Podcast

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"zaid" Discussed on The Holistic PT Podcast

"That is the wedding the birthday the new holiday destination. A new place like learning something new case so just notice discern stock of their little themes here in terms of perfectionism. That you might have noticed. that you may already notice about yourself. But I noticed When I'm speaking about these things Indecisiveness anxiety stress control right. There's a lot of themes that sort of play at. He and I think you know these are really great opportunity to invite yourself to look at whether or not This is you choosing to trust or choosing to actress. Myspace OF PERFECTION. Right these themes like if there are side effects such stress or control this indecisiveness or anxiety. You'll putting things off Because they aren't radio because they need to be perfect fast like it's a really great opportunity to look at whether or not what you're doing what you're choosing is coming from. A place of trust coming from space of perfect right so in terms of indecisiveness. I can always tell when I'm trying to control and make perfect choice when I can't actually decided all right. So as as perfectionists were always worrying about what the better ways slack. What is the best way to do this? So that either Choose from and were waiting or putting something waiting to put something out into the world of waiting to finish something. We'll send it away or whatever it is because it's not ready yet all waiting to have a compensation because it needs to be perfect. Timing like whatever it is with putting it off and we can actually make a choice. The second one is at stake one At another theme is anxiety or work with women. I save is in women and I have experienced since I've experiencing Saudis inside can also like old But I see this as the trade off was striving for perfectionism will having really big ideas about how something should be will look feel In order to be allowed a worthy of doing it yourselves doing Zaid if you means when like I'm losing grip or control and what's really happening is. I'm losing trust in Myself K. and in the divine which probably for another ghost So when it comes to perfectionism the anxieties usually the experience felt when you realize someone might find out something about you or might be what you experience when you leave a conversation feeling like you said something role you might might have upset somebody or when somebody disagreed. It's the feeling you get when you think you're being judged or talk about all in away that is considered battle shameful different And like that's really hard for you to conceptualize And this is like going again..

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Smoke shops brace for impact of temporary ban on vaping products

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Smoke shops brace for impact of temporary ban on vaping products

"The city councils and to look at a proposed a year long ban on the sale of flavored nicotine products going investigation into vaping related long illnesses and deaths across the country coupled with the increase in the youth vaping largely linked to the attractiveness of fruity flavors are white councilwoman Suzy price brought the idea to the table I would like us to the city to look at the health impacts of the thing and mitigate you use the vaping products Zaid store owners have been outspoken in their opposition if you buy and these you will creating a black market you will close so what shops the ordinance as currently written would ban the sale of any flavor tobacco product but price says she wants to focus specifically on flavored vaping products and expects amendments

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"zaid" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"zaid" Discussed on WRVA

"Deductible may apply now this mark Zaid is really trying to spend his own tweets he's been all over the media trying to the dis me when I call them out five or six weeks ago on Hannity on fox said he's a liberal and so he said no no no no I can't be true we represented the daily caller foundation we represented some Republicans and this of course is what the left us to trying keep their status as objective independent people but we knew otherwise Aaron Klein over there right parts been done a hell of a good job tracking these guys down and of course we've been tracking them down somewhat as well so this group called politicized which I touched on last night south characterizes as a fact checking operation for the media it's a left wing out but has another entity called punditfact and it's all owned by point enterprises which owns among other things the major newspaper the daily in Tampa Florida its left wing twenty this so when I pointed out with the help of Erin and others the diocese of of these attorneys representing the noble courageous patriotic so called whistleblower apparently these attorneys went to their favorite media outlets and went on the attack how can there can anybody because look at our magnificent record and put a fact really dug under looked at how they were registered looked at their Lincoln sites look and while I'm not registered their independence and this guy's a Republican but never looked at their social media funny how big media won't look the people who they they might have a problem with who they.

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"zaid" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"zaid" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Deductible may apply now this mark Zaid is really trying to spend his own tweets he's been all over the media trying to the dis me when I called about five or six weeks ago on Hannity on fox said he's a liberal and so he said no no no no I can't be true we represented the daily caller foundation we represented some Republicans in this of course is what the left us to trying keep their status as objective independent people but we knew otherwise Erin climbed over there right parts been doing a hell of a good job tracking these guys down and of course we've been tracking them down somewhat as well so this group called political act which I touched on last night south characterizes as a fact checking operation for the media it's a left wing out but has another entity called punditfact and it's all on by point enterprises which owns among other things the major newspaper the daily in Tampa Florida its left wing twenty this so when I pointed out with the help of Erin and others the bios sees of of these attorneys representing the noble courageous patriotic so called whistleblower apparently these attorneys went to their favorite media outlets and went on the attack how can there can anybody because look at our magnificent record and put a fact really dug under looked at how they were registered looked at their Lincoln sites looked at well I'm not registered their independence and this guy's a Republican but never looked at their social media funny how big media won't look the people who they they might have a problem with who they like in all over social media there's mark Zaid endorsing the coup and alleys says slaughtering all.

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'A coup has started': Whistleblower's attorney's 2017 tweets calling for Trump's impeachment stir uproar

Charlie Parker

01:22 min | 1 year ago

'A coup has started': Whistleblower's attorney's 2017 tweets calling for Trump's impeachment stir uproar

"Old tweets from a lawyer for the whistle blower appear to back up Republicans claims that the whistle blower is a political partisan with a grudge against the president from the whistle blowers attorney including this one from twenty seventeen hash tag is started AS one falls to more will take their place hash tag rebellion hashtag impeachment apparently referring to administration employees who defy the White House and documents from previous presidential impeachment adding next stop Donald Trump attorney mark Zaid adding that the coup would occur in many steps and that we will get rid of him course a reference to Donald J. trump and the president left no doubt at a rally last night in Louisiana about his feelings on the topic is so bad what they do to our country they rip the guts out of a country and it's a shame and they shouldn't be allowed to do it and people should stop maybe go to the Supreme Court maybe but they got to stop it because we have a country to run the house impeachment inquiry continues today with more witnesses called to testify about possible White House efforts to get Ukraine to investigate president trump's political opponents former national security adviser John Bolton has been called but it's unclear if he will appear also called to testify is Jennifer Williams special adviser for Europe and Russia for vice president Mike pence the hearings are set to go public beginning next

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Whistleblower Offers To Field Written Questions About Call Trump Says Was 'Perfecto'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Whistleblower Offers To Field Written Questions About Call Trump Says Was 'Perfecto'

"Well just days after the historic vote in the house authorizing the impeachment inquiry the anonymous whistle blower whose complaints sparked it all has volunteered to answer questions from house Republicans in writing under oath and under penalty of perjury president trump and other Republicans of call for the whistle blower to come forward publicly but attorney mark Zaid says that would jeopardize the safety of the whistle blower and their family correspondent Jeremy diamond has a preview of the testimony that might be a head this week several current administration officials scheduled for depositions including two of the national security council's attorneys who are scheduled to be deposed by house committees on Monday already one administration official the president's as an assistant to the president at adviser to the chief of staff Mick Mulvaney Robert Blair has is refusing to come and testify even if those house committees issue a subpoena president trump meanwhile insisting today that most Americans don't even care about the investigation don't want to hear about it the only one that wants to talk about it is the fake media is the Democrats who basically they work with the media a new fox news poll those says that is not what Americans think it finds nearly half of voters want president trump impeached and removed from office and house foreign affairs committee chair Eliot Engel says Congress can't ignore allegations the president trump essentially tried to bribe a foreign power to dig up dirt on political opponents we have a constitutional responsibility as members of of Congress and the president says that article two of the constitution allows him to do anything but Congress is there to to to prevent the president from doing things that are illegal that fox news poll also found that six in ten voters believe the president did ask for leaders to investigate political opponents and two thirds say that is inappropriate

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Whistleblower Offers To Field Written Questions About Call Trump Says Was 'Perfecto'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Whistleblower Offers To Field Written Questions About Call Trump Says Was 'Perfecto'

"Well just days after the historic vote in the house authorizing the impeachment inquiry the anonymous whistle blower whose complaints sparked it all has volunteered to answer questions from house Republicans in writing under oath and under penalty of perjury president trump and other Republicans of call for the whistle blower to come forward publicly but attorney mark Zaid says that would jeopardize the safety of the whistle blower and their family correspondent Jeremy diamond has a preview of the testimony that might be a head this week several current administration officials scheduled for depositions including two of the national security council's attorneys who are scheduled to be deposed by house committees on Monday already one administration official the president's as an assistant to the president at adviser to the chief of staff Mick Mulvaney Robert Blair has is refusing to come and testify even if those house committees issue a subpoena president trump meanwhile insisting today that most Americans don't even care about the investigation don't want to hear about it the only one that wants to talk about it is the fake media is the Democrats who basically they work with the media a new fox news poll those says that is not what Americans think it finds nearly half of voters want president trump impeached and removed from office and house foreign affairs committee chair Eliot Engel says Congress can't ignore allegations the president trump essentially tried to bribe a foreign power to dig up dirt on political opponents we have a constitutional responsibility as members of of Congress and the president says that article two of the constitution allows him to do anything but Congress is there to to to prevent the president from doing things that are illegal that fox news poll also found that six in ten voters believe the president did ask for leaders to investigate political opponents and two thirds say that is inappropriate

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Second whistleblower comes forward

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Second whistleblower comes forward

"News sport in a second whistleblower has come forward with information about president trump's dealings with Ukraine adding to the impeachment peril involving the White House attorney mark Zaid who represents both whistle blowers says the second person has spoken to the intelligence community's internal watchdog and can corroborate information in the original whistleblower complaint that document alleges that trump pushed Ukraine's president to investigate Joe Biden's family prompting a White House cover up democratic congressman Jim Hines of Connecticut spoke with CBS people around the president professionals who are in the oval office who were in the situation room are watching what is happening in our finally saying my god this cannot happen anymore and they are coming forward on ABC Republican congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio defended the president present release the call on president he release the call with a foreign leader that has been done very often maybe not be before but why won't Adam Schiff do the same thing with the wire that was sixty seven pages of text messages why just a few handful selected highlighted by the Democrats many whistleblower works in the intelligence field and has first hand knowledge of key

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Second Whistleblower With Direct Knowledge Of Ukraine Call Steps Forward, Lawyer Says

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Second Whistleblower With Direct Knowledge Of Ukraine Call Steps Forward, Lawyer Says

"To this point the impeachment inquiry in the house has used information from a single whistle blower whose complaint basically sparked the inquiry but now word of another whistle blower lawyer for the original whistleblower tells the Associated Press he's representing a second person who works in intelligence who has information that backs the original complaint mark Zaid says that second whistle blower hasn't filed a complaint with the inspector general yet but has first hand knowledge of the president's dealings with Ukraine the original whistleblower complained the president trump was using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country in the upcoming presidential election trump maintains he's done nothing

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"zaid" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"zaid" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Time management is one of the essential criteria that people don't really get. I mean, they kinda get it. They asked me about daily routine, but the real things like how do I Mark Zaid or how do I build this app, or how do I raise a million dollars from Kickstarter or a venture capitalist? And I'm going you have a house your time management right now because most people's time management sucks. So what's the truth about making your first million dollars? I'm gonna give you eight rules of the jungle. I call it. The jungle I'm down here on my treadmill desk in the basement and people have been asking me to do these old talks where I just get in front of a camera and just talk for a long time. No flash. No pizzazz. No lifestyle stuff. No cars. Just straight talk. This is basically I did a tweet today. What I wish I had done. They had taught me in school. But more importantly that's eight if I'd controlling my life. What what like what would have done differently? I'm gonna tell you this is unrelated to what I'm about to say. But it's kind of a forward to what I'm about to say. Okay. And that is number one. I would have started a business before age twelve with the encouragement of all the people supposedly around me schoolteachers, Bob LA elders. You know, parents everything number two. I have traveled as much as I could going. You know, of course, with apparent but travel this is by the way instead of school as we know it. Okay. That's number two. Number three. I would Alern immu mastered a musical instrument. Okay. Number four. I would've gotten a Brazilian Jiu jitsu black belt or m may some kind of thing like that. What was the number five is look here. Like, I said a little forward. Oh, learning four languages fluently. Basically the school system is garbage. Okay. We will get mad when I say that. But I'm a call spayed Spade. Now, I didn't have control of my life, and you didn't have control your life when you were twelve. So you got stuck with all his monotonous nothingness. So that's a full word to the eighth things. The truth about making your first million dollars in that forward if that had happened to you, and I would be a lot longer a lot closer to our goals financially because as Warren Buffett says the most correlated or causative factor in making your first million dollars is the age at which you start..

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"zaid" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"zaid" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Four cent Valentine's gift, which you purchased is that worse than not buying anything at all the pulses. What? Well, the polls about three things by the way that again that makes it worse spending. What's worse on Valentine's Day? So in Valentine is a spending three twenty four and ninety nine cents store or buying nothing. At all sixty one percent of the people are wrong. They said buying nothing at all. Maybe you're right. Yeah. Buying nothing is the is the better your own surprise that. You know, you're in the wrong. Win these things usually Rogers Paul even when we're on the road is always brought to you by Buffalo Wild Wings wings road poll. The polls travels wings beer, sports, fat with the with the joke there. I like that. We're on the road. Zaid's the Rivi era. They're playing by the way, they are literally on the first heat hitting. Before we go on with the golfing conversation. What exactly did you buy for three hundred twenty four cents that made a suitable Valentine's Day gift any well, my heart white place, so a card nice card to have those that was ninety nine cents. Yes. Hence the name of the show with the little pink balloon said, oh, Valentine's Day or something. Whatever Ever said. said, not one balloon. Right. Three you get three. No, not those. Okay. All right. And then nice little blue pink blue, and I was floating around with helium and stuff. And so I got three those. That's put aside piece. Right. See now. I'm just see so Travis out there swinging the clue screen real life. It wouldn't go over. Well. Just blew the whistle. Can probably hear that. That they probably can't hear that. Somebody read somebody down the right now here in to turn around with was that a whistle. Somebody a whistle out here. Whistle travels road. They're out there. I don't know how much golf they're going to get into understand if a whistle and the screen disruption flow will what does the rain do. It's coming down your eyes and all the other stuff umbrellas and all those sorts of not when you swing it. But you to step out real quickly and headed from out from underneath the umbrella. It's it's it's. It's not ideal. It's not ideal you doing other things along the way have you ever played. I have. Yeah. It's all right. It's not so bad. Clo football as long as you got a rain suit, which all these, you know, these guys are pros doesn't doesn't run. Nearly it hits it lands at splat, and it sits right there. Even on the even on everything I know in the rough stuff like that. But not on the everywhere this, wet everywhere. Yes. Just off The dodgers. the dodgers. The dodgers are getting ready for spring training. Everybody's getting ready for spring training. But their general manager says that they have no weak spots. Andrew Friedman said the following I feel like we have a chance to be in the team. And I think we have a well rounded roster. It's also got a number of core players won a significant number of games together. I think oftentimes that gets. Yeah. That that's that's reasonably typically front office..

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"zaid" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

The New Yorker: Fiction

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"zaid" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction

"We sailed I dreamed that I killed Zaid. Everything was exactly the same. But this time, I understood his words he said as you now kill me. I shall one. They kill you wherever you may hide. I have sworn to avert that truth. I shall bury myself in the heart of elaborates. So that sides goes will lose swayed. After having said this he ran away. Alabi did his best to think that the more was mad and that his up suit labyrinth was a symbol in a clear Mark of his madness. Then he reflected that this explanation agreed with the extra vagrant building. And with extravagant story, but not with the strong impression left by men. It the come who in you. Whether such tales might not become an in the sand waste of age of who knew whether such quick things. Correspondent like please dragons list to a person than to a culture on a visit to London alibi. Come back numbers of times. He verified defect of uprising and of the subsequent downfall of Abu Khari and of his vizier who is covered is was well known. El-boukhari as soon as the bricklayers had finished installed himself in the center of labyrinth. He was not seen against in the town at times alibi feared that. Zyppah had caught up with the king and killed him at night the been carried to us the Girling of the lion and the sheep in their pens press together, beaten, Anchin, fear. It was customary for ships from eastern ports bound for Cardiff or Bristol to anchor in the little bay the slave used to go down from the labyrinth which at that time. I remember was not its present rose colored but was crimson and exchange. Guttural sounding words with the ships cruise, and he seemed to be looking among the men for the visitors ghost. It was no secret that these whistles carried cargoes of contraband. And if off all Kahal, or or of forbidden ivories, why not of dead men as well. Some three years after the house was finished the rose of Sharon, anchored one oak Tober morning, just under the bluffs. I must among those who so this sailing ship, and perhaps the image of it. I hold in my mind is influenced by forgotten prince of Abukar here or of Trafalgar, but I believe it was among that class of ships so mindedly detailed that they seem less diversified shipbuilder than affair carpenter and less affair carpenter than cabinet maker. It was if not in reality at least in my dreams policed dark fast, and silent and his crew was made up of Arabs and melons it anchored at down and in the late afternoon of that same day, it Haakon burst into rectory to see Alabi. He was dominate it. Completely. Dominated by passion of fear, and was scarcely able to make clear that Zaide had entered the labyrinth, and that he slave and his line had already been killed. He asked in all seriousness withered the authorities might be able to help him. Before Alabi could say word Alba Cari was gun is if torn away by the same terror that had bought him for the second in less time to the rectory. Alone in his library Alabi reflected in amazement that this fear in men had kept down Sudanese tribes by the knife knew what the battle was and knew what it wants to kill. Alabi found out the next day that the boat had already set sail bound for ritzy port of Kim. He later learn feeling it was his duty to verify the debt of the slave. He made his way up to the labyrinth albacore. Is breathless tail seem to him utterly fantastic. But at one turn of the corridor. He came up on the line and the line was an another turn. There was the slave who also dead and in the center of room he found el-boukhari with his face obliterated. At the men's feed was a small chest inlaid with mother of Pearl. The lock had been forced and not a single coin was left. Don ravens final sentences underlined by rhetorical poses were meant to the impressive on been guessed that his friend had gone over the many times before always with the same confidence and with the same flatness of effect..

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"zaid" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"zaid" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"Zaid neo reactionary libertarian which is totally just ridiculous to me he said he wants to protect gun ownership rights established free perk free excuse me established free trade and he wants to he wants to protect benevolent white supremacy as well as legalizing incestuous marriage and child pornography he called adolf hitler a white supremacist two euro which to them sure that's true and he urges congress to repeal the violence against women act he say we need to switch to a system that classifies women as property initially of their fathers and later of their husbands who is this he he said okay for for the involuntary celebrate folks he say is unfair that people who are involuntarily celebrate are forced to pay taxes for schools welfare and other support for other man's children south says you not having six yutian have to contribute monetarily to society yeah oh it you don't have children apparently you shouldn't pay for schools i mean in this doesn't make sense i mean anything you pay for if you pay taxes on stuff i mean this people with children go and bad things or go places that the money supports nevis does ignorant argument he has a three year old daughter who lives with relatives he relinquished his parental rights during a custody battle before his ex wife got court a court order restraining order against him in two thousand fifteen before she killed herself i mean this this entire story this man's entire life is marked by disgusting dister i can't imagine that the reason she killed herself because she realized who she had married.

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"zaid" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"zaid" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hey guys how are you today listen i i look at it anxiety in more complicated way than than the way you described here i think i think anxiety is when you're not fooling yourself or occupying yourself with earthly things when when you have these questions of all the mysteries in life and you're really not in control you catch yourself you you know you're in control on the earth but as soon as you care deep into things in and you forget about all the things i'm here and you look at it just plainly i can't see how someone can not having zaid you know it's it's almost like the question is how soon can you get rid of it what do you think dean you know there's a saying in a in from the zen masters which which your question reminds me of where they say you know at the beginning it's like the mountains are mountains and the rivers are rivers and then after a while it's like oh no everything's all mixed up the mountains aren't just mountains anymore the rivers aren't just rivers anymore and then you go deeper into things and finally you know what the mountains are mountains and the rivers rivers so so you're right when you start to peer to question deeply into these things it can seem very disquieting like whoa things are not the way i thought they were but there are people who we call sages enlightened sages who have gotten to the end of the journey of enquiring into these things people like this socrates and the buddha and jesus and some modern people and what they say and they all say in different language but ultimately they say you know what ultimately the the big picture is everything's fine do you have do you have to be particularly religious now to be able to pull any of this off no no no no no no no you know christ was not a christian book the buddha was not a buddhist later they were they all of that came later that they were people who broke up they were people who woke up to reality they woke up to the deepest reality you know they got below the.

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"zaid" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"zaid" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"And i went over and sat down and i have to tell you that was the second piece of wisdom that helped change my life outside of opportunity versus chance that we talked about before but literally so for that looking at this and then looking at zaid's wheel what you do is make excuses for yourself you gotta make a decision you will or you won't but don't ever say you can't k that stout thank you for that let's go into family and i know you married three boys and families a big focus what are the again yeah the challenges which i'm going to guess maybe saw your travel you already talked about in that health and what are the things that you do to keep it healthy right well challenges is always time and there's always something to do right there's this fictitional thing out there called balance which i don't believe in i think we need to be focused i think we need to be right in the middle of what matters most at the right time when i mean by that is you know being at work when i'm at work and being at home when i'm at home and being one hundred percent there so for family what i do is i'm very intentional i due date nights i do days with my boys where i'd take them to breakfast one on one or as a group but it's about spending time with your family understanding this is what you're working hard for you know don't don't don't have family time in sit all in the living room with everybody plugged into a device right and not communicating that's not connecting so we actually have family time where there are no electronics at all you know we don't have the tv on we don't have phones or i pads actually playing a game and so we're sitting around and i i'm literally a product of this i learned to play rummy and scrabble at like eight seven and eight with my grandparents.

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"zaid" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"zaid" Discussed on WDRC

"God lauded zaid's no new law buddha our new result seltzer when behavior insights so god dotted say was done in me man right garmin the dow down and build up by god not by saying the two two god in days his lorde lorde the damn build up by now hilde gerg not bad zone anwar.

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"zaid" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"zaid" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"Oh god and um and for sheikh zaid dollar budget expenditure it'd be our next to you by disease no the judge j p he's all i and super grateful for you know what you know what it isn't just me and i tell people time you'll be ro god you're like you're saying you're like an angel it's like now i really you know i'm just a regular cat that happens what i have chosen that you helping people is what completes meet you know and i tell people time you're depressed you're feeling really go go help somebody yeah no it's kind of selfish because you know because you indirectly do that lot the only give you a lot of people lifeline give things they wanna know about stops and you know when when you help somebody it makes you feel really good about you and yellow uh for for jake yelled for me to be in all to help pavement turned his life around and you know and jinx doing and so on the basis i mean so i mean he gets exciting you'll call me up you know tell me you know something that he's do or what project gives do it or you know uh it's really all somebody there he's gonna move back to a laminate you just signed another wiese but we used only not least she's going gonna come back to your because it's like you'll can do what are we gonna do year though that the middle part of our sixty percent of worldwide are we going to change things up because i'll put jake involved as much things as many things like can because i wanted though we see it's never too late like that's the whole story that everything that we do with ddt yoga and our whole mindset you know it's too it's to let people understand that it's never too late to do anything like the the opening of own your lights the book and like it's for more my publishers taught me and they're huge publishing company matter of fact the first company just bought them uh they were they were.

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"zaid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"zaid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Time we started to treat holocaust survivor offspring most of them were in their late thirties or 40s 50s and they are mindset was to describe themselves based on who their parents were and multiple at that age are someone's perrine doors some with a spouse you know you're not very few people at that age are describing themselves in terms of of who their parents were and i thought that in itself was very interesting when am what did you learned that was surprising and new oh well first of all this idea that they felt um more vulnerable that could be supported i fact in it turned out that holocaust offspring were three times more likely to develop post traumatic stress disorder if they were exposed to a traumatic event then i'll demographically similar a jewish persons who his parents did not survive also in there i will every time they were more vulnerable to post traumatic stress in whatever answers came their way right but now whatever experiences came their way what was very very interesting was that there were some experiences that didn't register that much but all traumatic experiences they're involved some kind of an internet personality component was more likely to be difficult for holocaust offspring also showed a lot of resilience related qualities but in terms of this idea of being more vulnerable to uh john tunisian abu zaid that was real we also found and this really was very surprising to us that holocaust offspring had the same neuro endocrine or hormonal abnormalities that we were fuming in holocaust survivors and persons with post traumatic stress disorder and later on we refined that even more so that we realized that the specific risk for certain things like post traumatic stress disorder was associated with having a mother that had post traumatic stress disorder.

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