17 Burst results for "Zemin"

"zemin" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"zemin" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Year old Zemin camelback was shot eight times by the responding officers the family of George Floyd held an emotional memorial service today felonies flowing says the George's legacy is inspiring change all around the world all these people came to see my brother and that's amazing to me that he touched so many people's hearts you know get the bed sets in our hearts you know thousands also gathered in Cadman plaza park then March across the Brooklyn Bridge into Foley square for the first time in months cash toll collections have resumed at the New York State Thruway the tolls had been put on hold in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus we get more from Lisa cell battery tolls were put on hold in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus drivers without an EZ pass will once again need to get a ticket when they enter the Thruway them pay a toll collector when they exit anyone with easy pass will continue to have cashless transactions return of toll booth workers will only be for a few more months since the state will be switching to fully cashless tolling by the end of the year Lisa cell body W. O. R. news talking about coronavirus calling all contact tracers the CDC desperately needs up to one hundred thousand people to help contain the next wave of the virus and to prepare the director told a house hearing the tracer system needs to be built by September he also confirmed he spoken with states about hiring contact tracers and some have already begun governor Phil Murphy announcing recommendations for new Jersey's long term care facilities Liz Warner reports the governor says they are trying to remedy the acute problems facing the state's nursing homes which are among the hardest hit by the virus with a long term care facilities remain far below where we saw it at the peak there remains a disproportionate share of the strain of these facilities New Jersey is now following recommendations for implementing a plan to strengthen emergency response bolster long term care work force increased transparency and accountability and build a more resilient system overall Liz Warner W. O. R. news president trump is getting rid of an obstacle for a variety of projects that commander in chief signed an executive order for federal agencies to bypass environmental reviews for the construction of highways and pipelines among other things the president noted the coronavirus pandemic as a reason for issuing the order it would remove requirements and such laws as the Endangered Species Act and clean water act he argued quote unnecessary regulatory delays will deny their citizens opportunities for jobs and economic security end quote the news is sponsored by unbound dot org right now other young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or.

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"zemin" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"I'm just very heartening if I setting also is a debate from an almost house in coral bees being sold out almost every single day we've trickle down to less than three in the course of the last couple of days let's wait and watch of this becomes a train or is this a bit of a one off. Davis. thank you very much for that ride that ninety said Davis is the gas and power CEO Zemin's no small job she joins is not W. E. C. twenty nineteen welcome to show good to see this morning so we are being card died from from the family what does that mean of course the gas in the car business and I said to you is this freedom hi would you respond to me it's it's the ability to be independent what we're doing is creating a company that will be very much focused on energy very independent able to allocate our resources around just our business and respond to just our customers and be independent and be it's it is freedom but it's really about the independence accountability and the ability to respond just to our market so we want to know about continuity are you going to stay with a business are you gonna be the CEO well you know as you know I extend my contract for two years or twenty twenty one just for this purpose and the purpose of carving out and and creating this independent company and this company is going to be I should say the only company that has the ability to to play in all aspects of the energy value chain from conventional energy to renewable energy to new feels like hydrogen and synthetic fuels as well so really excited about that gotten great support from the gas and power team I'm very proud of the awesome power team the managing board that we had is been very supportive of this step forward and I'm really pleased with the support of had in that so it's still really looking forward to this the one thing that everybody's gonna give you this is the margin compression and this is a story which country from a number of different gas a bit on the side yeah in your margin compression continues to resume yes about energy so that there is a major question the other Z. Gyptian energy ministry what do you say well you know we see a very competitive marketplace and when you have a competitive market place excess supply lower demand typically that means margin compression that's been the case for the last four years four to five years but I'll be nearing a trough. we believe that the business our business my business is very much stabilizing now and I would say at a bit of a trough if you look at the the power business so we have and we've taken a lot of steps of the last few years to be more competitive in today's more difficult challenging market place so feel like we're in a good place okay I'm told to me by da eighty eight at a rock because it's a story that we've written by many many times I know the C. E. O. Joe was going to Iraq this weekend so I wanted always easy he sign you signed seven hundred million euros whether this is this year we expected big data pushing back against what he called me back to this weekend. continue to work this we've got a road map in Iraq were going through the process and working all of the different aspects of the roadmap for the first set of projects we're working through the financial close in working out with all the ministries and then we continue to work on phase two as well so this is a continuous process and Joe Joe goes to Iraq this weekend to continue with that what's realistic I mean that we we've written a story fifteen billion dollars worth of contracts going head to head with G. Joe was criticized you know he's been very vocal last time I interviewed me was certainly very vocal so are you gonna win more you gonna push back against G. and high you know I mean there is so much work that needs to be done in Iraq to rebuild the energy business that there's plenty of work for both Siemens and GE and we're working closely with the ministries so for us it's not about Siemens says Gee it's about us and Siemens being able to implement a road map to help the Iraqi people to refer to improve the energy system so that everyone has access to electricity astral focused on. he talked about an unusual set of forces the last time I spoke to a man on a level playing field what is the on a level playing field well I mean we we would like and and we we look for this in markets around the world where we can just compete we can compete with other companies we can compete to win the deals and that's the level playing field that were after and that's what we see today and and in different markets the biggest opportunity for you you get this created this independence as you said so for use which part of the base is cheating has the capacity to deliver the biggest margins. now we see a lot of growth opportunities both you know top line and profitability in is continuing to build power plants around the world I'm also we're working hard on how do we do carbonized the energy system how do we move to lower carbon fuels in power generation how do we move to new fuels like hydrogen and we moved to synthetic fuels so we see a lot of growth opportunities moving forward into that space but we also want to recognize that we have a lot of customers out there with installed fleets around power generation with natural gas and such so we're also working hard with those customers to make sure that we improve the performance of those assets to. rising today's access and looking to bring new technology to the market for tomorrow please we wish you outcome is either an aba dobby or device whenever you in time we've got a studio we look forward to wish you well with that did you find freedom is Lisa Davis the gas and policy of Zemin's use.

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"zemin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The I I mean the economic situation at Germany's very good. It's no no, no problem in terms of unemployment that's historically low. But it's a very fierce cultural debate going on in Germany, and it is fueled by sad incidents where there were several criminal cases of while, for example, a German girl that was raped and then killed by a refugees. Again, this is I mean, you have to see that in perspective. But of course, this is fuel than the right wing propaganda and very very ugly polemic in there. Especially on social media. It is it is a difficult situation. And at the same time, the the coalition government continued heckling and having arguments among themselves, and the the the general elected, you of the public is can they just not get on and do their work. And but it just doesn't stop one thing comes after the other. And I think maybe a new election could mean a fresh start in the next year. But was Stephanie bolts and thank you very much for joining us here in the briefing. Let's get the latest business news now Europe's largest engineering company has raised its dividend. Despite problems at its struggling powering guests division you and puts joins us from Bloomberg. What have we heard from seaman Marcus Siemens of Germany has raised its dividend off the gains that its health business and it's industrial software unit. Now, those things are helping to offset a loss of its struggling power and gas operations the market for these joints. Our guests turbines has really collapsed in recent months and years, it's been a very difficult business Zemin's this is one of their flagship businesses to lay off nearly seven thousand people from the division. Take a big hit to their prophets. It's been even more difficult. Their rival General Electric of the US. They've had to slush dividends unannounced billions of dollars of writedowns in their power division. It also makes. The battle for a contract in Iraq all the more critical. This is worth as much as fifteen billion dollars. This is for new power plants in the Middle East. An interview today with the Bloomberg they see of ziemens questioned whether the competition for this per plant is fair. He says he's noticed unusual forces at play as the US administration works to secure a deal for its own General Electric, so pretty interesting thing to watch out for in the power plant market. And then another interesting news story, you are Greek retirees heading to Bulgaria forty years ago when George's wife died, he's a seventy five year old retiree. From greasy rented out his apartment in Saloniki practice bags and moved to Safiya the capital of Bulgaria. Now, George says his monthly eight hundred zero pension on our team.

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"zemin" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

Doublestruck Stories

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories

"Be back Friday. The music gets louder and still more aggressive accu- for the NFL m a crew to finish stretching. I join them because I wanted to experience what makes this place different Zemin suggested I work out with a pros. I look around me. I stretch my triceps. The room is thirty paces long and field turfed with MIR's lining, the left wall. What will happen here. I think Zine walks before us. He is all broad chest and cauliflower, ear and alpha male energy Hollywood would cast him as a successful d, one wrestling coach. He likes to listen to. People. And when he last interjects his honesty is often bracing, take a lap. He says, in the voice of your favorite PE teacher. And so we do out against the cool breeze past the tech startups in the park where the homeless mingle. Then back into the gym in the calisthenics room, we will do a leg workout, high intensity using only our body weight Zime teaches humility. He says, and if NFL guys, ESPN riders struggled to even their own bodies, perhaps they will pick up on the deeper lessons of temporarily how death is coming regardless. And if one prepares for death, one conceived fully be not just a sack leader, but a great husband father brother human, and they are not normal people. He says the economy class and castoffs of the NFL and combat sports. The workouts aren't only about getting comfortable with discomfort, but metaphors on the redeeming qualities of the human condition. It is threatening message, especially for leagues at ask their athletes to play hit. But never question. It is also. A message as loud as to move from an outsider to the insider's insider, the sort of guru who turns away more athletes and he could ever train and declines routinely, but also respectfully the offers from NFL club to come on,.

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"zemin" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"There's just a lot of i'm gonna use the word fluff but there's there's nothing out there really that's he's trying to spread education like a big broad purpose for for what we're doing here that could be a huge advantage who has because the studio that you building that's what we could work i'm sorry dutch best did you mean that were built yes i'm signed the studio that we're building yes it gives us the leg up and we'll be working towards but what is it about wisdom in the variety of wisdom and spreading some type of education and empowerment why isn't the world pushing that what is it about the world in in in what can we do changed so i think that their vitality is what happens when something leverage is the the most facile instincts in impulses that we have zemin so it's the easy stuff it's the if it bleeds it leads is a thing for a reason right so we have an amid said just right above our brains them so it's like the most primitive structure that we have in our brain and it's designed to keep us alive rides what they call the lizard brain so if we know that life from our evolutionary pass this is the thing this is the very reason that we've made it to where we our because we have an instinct for survival then if you can tap into that i mean that's powerful and that's why like for better or worse we do pay attention to bad news more than good okay so that's one of a whole host of things that people that are going for virology go for also like the little trickle of dopamine followed by the ob at like response when you get it said this is like read it to me is the perfect fucking thing so it's like you've got that seeking j talks about an episode you've got the seek and the find seek and find seek and find so dopamine is actually anticipation so people think of it as reward the swai cocaine cocaine is so dangerous because it it triggers like every dopamine receptor you have it just goes bananas so you're pouring dopamine in this of now dopamine masefield grapes you like something amazing is about to happen but the amazing they never comes so you always want like.

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"zemin" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

My Brother, My Brother And Me

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

"It has not appeared on the latter is it we'll call is one annabel randy at ran the bell asks if someone came up with the idea of a meet drink would you drink it it seems as if people will try any big these days what i what i order you did come up with the idea of drained well we d oh no i just came up with the idea for metering we've made drink out of every thing yeah vegetables yes fruits yes gray orbits orbits the fifth element zima zemin of a sixth element but now meet you got a cloak it pretty good i think like v eight won't even let them have the courage to put vegetable in it sure and if they can is call that drink vegetables lots no one would like it but you do how they put an aide says a finite number like yesterday all your selimovic number i'm drinking eight no veggies though you got to hide the me so what i think you should do is just say on the bottle pepsi but then and really small ladder for low that is as me and it and it doesn't have a lot of me i guess we wanna start production of just one tiny little boba t bubble of me in your pepsi unaware and just like leaders went cowards you need drink your pepsi and think i wonder what's in this so what i'm saying is you do that and then gradually over the weeks and months you add a little more me into it and you make the fought bigger on me so eventually adjust says me and then at the bottom like printed on the bottom is like a pepsico product and it's pretty much all me at that point just a big cylinder of me in a drink this is great because they feel wind the biggest roadblock of aiming new culinary idea she just getting people over theor hang ups.

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"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"The core nope bob with raised of my upon his between you teach put the hank hank back dabsha came back to bob burns rian johnson he was more often personal by the late 90s early 2000s the despair that had once been abstract was now crushingly concrete studio i got a phone call mas said the home void he just wanted to these it's called him in his for unity you are women that called cold call fat more widespread no there's always been plenty of nihilism if rage in gangsta rap i'd be inclined to say if belongs there it's a power thing i like to feel powerful too but few rappers have connected so deeply as scarface with the aftermath of trauma there are so few emotionally honest stories in wrap about the day after the gears after about the moment you face your maker scarface was wise at nineteen he's weiser still today almost thirty years later listen to scarface as he croaked a message to you gangsters don't live that long don't zone on the could make guy is me rugged aiming us dream tickets more than grain was the only way we fall back ones antidumping you woulda gone way it was gone wrong as or live in the lab nosing in british rail waiting wing triggered bring the only milan of deal with these lenient one way is on the us when a garbage say's jiang zemin when i came explain what it feels like about this in the brain may have been embroiled door.

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"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"The core nope bob with raised of my upon his between you teach put the hank hank back dabsha came back to bob burns rian johnson he was more often personal by the late 90s early 2000s the despair that had once been abstract was now crushingly concrete studio i got a phone call mas said the home void he just wanted to these it's called him in his for unity you are women that called cold call fat more widespread no there's always been plenty of nihilism if rage in gangsta rap i'd be inclined to say if belongs there it's a power thing i like to feel powerful too but few rappers have connected so deeply as scarface with the aftermath of trauma there are so few emotionally honest stories in wrap about the day after the gears after about the moment you face your maker scarface was wise at nineteen he's weiser still today almost thirty years later listen to scarface as he croaked a message to you gangsters don't live that long don't zone on the could make guy is me rugged aiming us dream tickets more than grain was the only way we fall back ones antidumping you woulda gone way it was gone wrong as or live in the lab nosing in british rail waiting wing triggered bring the only milan of deal with these lenient one way is on the us when a garbage say's jiang zemin when i came explain what it feels like about this in the brain may have been embroiled door.

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"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"The core nope bob with raised of my upon his between you teach put the hank hank back dabsha came back to bob burns rian johnson he was more often personal by the late 90s early 2000s the despair that had once been abstract was now crushingly concrete studio i got a phone call mas said the home void he just wanted to these it's called him in his for unity you are women call two zillow coal fat more widespread no no there's always been plenty of nihilism if rage in gangsta rap i'd be inclined to say if belongs there it's a power thing i like to feel powerful too but few rappers have connected so deeply as scarface with the aftermath of trauma there are so few emotionally honest stories in wrap about the day after the gears after about the moment you face your maker scarface was wise at nineteen he's weiser still today almost thirty years later listen to scarface as he croaked a message to you gangsters don't live that long don't zone on the could make guy is me rugged aiming us dream tickets more than grain was the only way we fall back new ones antidumping you woulda gone it was gone wrong as or live in the lab nosing in british writer rail waiting wing triggered bring the only milan of deal with these lenient one way is on the us when a garbage say's jiang zemin when i came explain what it feels like about this in the brain may have been embroiled door.

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"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"The core nope bob with raised of my upon his between you teach put the hank hank back dabsha came back to bob burns rian johnson he was more often personal by the late 90s early 2000s the despair that had once been abstract was now crushingly concrete studio i got a phone call mas said the home void he just wanted to these it's called him in his for unity you are women that called cold call fat more widespread no there's always been plenty of nihilism if rage in gangsta rap i'd be inclined to say if belongs there it's a power thing i like to feel powerful too but few rappers have connected so deeply as scarface with the aftermath of trauma there are so few emotionally honest stories in wrap about the day after the gears after about the moment you face your maker scarface was wise at nineteen he's weiser still today almost thirty years later listen to scarface as he croaked a message to you gangsters don't live that long don't zone on the could make guy is me rugged aiming us dream tickets more than grain was the only way we fall back ones antidumping you woulda gone way it was gone wrong as or live in the lab nosing in british rail waiting wing triggered bring the only milan of deal with these lenient one way is on the us when a garbage say's jiang zemin when i came explain what it feels like about this in the brain may have been embroiled door.

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"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"The core nope bob with raised of my upon his between you teach put the hank hank back dabsha came back to bob burns rian johnson he was more often personal by the late 90s early 2000s the despair that had once been abstract was now crushingly concrete studio i got a phone call mas said the home void he just wanted to these it's called him in his for unity you are women that called cold call fat more widespread no there's always been plenty of nihilism if rage in gangsta rap i'd be inclined to say if belongs there it's a power thing i like to feel powerful too but few rappers have connected so deeply as scarface with the aftermath of trauma there are so few emotionally honest stories in wrap about the day after the gears after about the moment you face your maker scarface was wise at nineteen he's weiser still today almost thirty years later listen to scarface as he croaked a message to you gangsters don't live that long don't zone on the could make guy is me rugged aiming us dream tickets more than grain was the only way we fall back ones antidumping you woulda gone way it was gone wrong as or live in the lab nosing in british rail waiting wing triggered bring the only milan of deal with these lenient one way is on the us when a garbage say's jiang zemin when i came explain what it feels like about this in the brain may have been embroiled door.

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"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"The core nope bob with raised of my upon his between you teach put the hank hank back dabsha came back to bob burns rian johnson he was more often personal by the late 90s early 2000s the despair that had once been abstract was now crushingly concrete studio i got a phone call mas said the home void he just wanted to these it's called him in his for unity you are women call two zillow coal fat more widespread no no there's always been plenty of nihilism if rage in gangsta rap i'd be inclined to say if belongs there it's a power thing i like to feel powerful too but few rappers have connected so deeply as scarface with the aftermath of trauma there are so few emotionally honest stories in wrap about the day after the gears after about the moment you face your maker scarface was wise at nineteen he's weiser still today almost thirty years later listen to scarface as he croaked a message to you gangsters don't live that long don't zone on the could make guy is me rugged aiming us dream tickets more than grain was the only way we fall back new ones antidumping you woulda gone it was gone wrong as or live in the lab nosing in british writer rail waiting wing triggered bring the only milan of deal with these lenient one way is on the us when a garbage say's jiang zemin when i came explain what it feels like about this in the brain may have been embroiled door.

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"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"The core nope bob with raised of my upon his between you teach put the hank hank back dabsha came back to bob burns rian johnson he was more often personal by the late 90s early 2000s the despair that had once been abstract was now crushingly concrete studio i got a phone call mas said the home void he just wanted to these it's called him in his for unity you are women that called cold call fat more widespread no there's always been plenty of nihilism if rage in gangsta rap i'd be inclined to say if belongs there it's a power thing i like to feel powerful too but few rappers have connected so deeply as scarface with the aftermath of trauma there are so few emotionally honest stories in wrap about the day after the gears after about the moment you face your maker scarface was wise at nineteen he's weiser still today almost thirty years later listen to scarface as he croaked a message to you gangsters don't live that long don't zone on the could make guy is me rugged aiming us dream tickets more than grain was the only way we fall back ones antidumping you woulda gone way it was gone wrong as or live in the lab nosing in british rail waiting wing triggered bring the only milan of deal with these lenient one way is on the us when a garbage say's jiang zemin when i came explain what it feels like about this in the brain may have been embroiled door.

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"zemin" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"Now every single dot on this map represents an agonizing story of struggle and survival but i want to briefly tell you about what's not on that map and that's internal displacement are more than thirty six million people who've been internally displaced around the world these are people living in refugee like conditions but lacking the equivalent international protection and assistance and to understand their plight i want to zemin briefly on syria syria suffered one of the worst droughts in its history between two thousand seven and two thousand ten or the seventy five percent of us agriculture eighty five percent of its life's livestock were wiped out and in the process over a million people moved into cities like aleppo damascus and homes as food prices begin to rise you also had equivalent levels of social unrest and when the regime of president assad began cracking down you got an explosion of refugees you also had over six million internally displaced people many of whom went on to become refugees and they didn't just move to neighboring countries like jordan or lebanon or turkey they also moved up north towards western europe see over one point four million syrians made the perilous journey mediterranean and up through turkey to find their way into two countries primarily germany and sweden now climate change not just route but also sea level rise is probably one of the most severe existential threat that cities face that's because two thirds of the world's cities are coastal.

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"zemin" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast

"Has now been removed he was the party secretary of the southwest province of chungching a major municipality most people swore him as a rising star but he has now been removed about a year ago perhaps less on charges of corruption we'll be removed from the party and in fact it's interesting because in recent years we've seen it almost every party congress arrival being removed from possible power and corruption being uses the charge against them uh in the old days of his ideology you're a leftist this or right is that but in the modern world that doesn't mean very much so really corruption has been the weapon of choice so that i really means we do not know who would be the likely successor to xi jinping what we do know is it he's been able to put in place in june jing uh someone is very close to him uh who presumably will have a chance to move up in the future any has been very successful restructuring the militry restructuring lot of the civilian and party apparatus to bring in many of his own supporters so it looks as though after this congress ill ever pretty strong base and a majority to push ahead with what he would wish to do now the related question has come up of course is people who said we'll as he really paving the way to stay for a third term and that again is something we don't know nothing should have a surprise you were the chinese communist party there are no rules and regulations which are hard and fast and in fact although the president of china is limited to two terms there is no such restriction on a general secretary serving beyond two terms and in fact one of the predescessors jiang zemin did stay on longer which created complete confusion with uh moving forward.

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"zemin" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"And vh one couple separate so today's topic is essentially why people cheat um and we'd like to kind of concentrate on specifically heterosexual males uh but we'll just kind of start on why people chee and ashley lauren do you have any specific questions room to start off well i guess like you keep saying heterosexual then is there a difference between heterosexual men and heterosexual women when it comes to cheating the other there is actually a difference um you know so the male brain and a female grain uh are quite different in the way that they respond to laws and also sucks um and it also affects whether or not uh and also why they cheat so we know that men are actually more likely to than women we ocean wilson on personality type uh if i do some personality testing on you i will also a predict uh whether or not you are likely to be a cheater so you are a sensation seeker and if your brain really likes that thrilling up chemical dopamine you're more likely to be a cheater that somebody who is classified as a sensation avoid or shell and like drag yeah yeah so you know if you're if you're meeting that great guide a bar barring he's the life of the party and that's why you fall in love with him he's also a slightly more likely to cheat on you then that that quiet guy in the corner musicians in rockstars' key it's 'cause they're still president jiang zemin's anshan yes and then like lawyers and whatever professionals tend to not i had a lot of professionals gee i i'm moving in silicon valley him over them is there a certain profession that statistically cheats more than any other.

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"zemin" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"zemin" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Because they couldn't run their large geographical territories easily in the days before fi cell phones interstates airplanes took a long fucking time to move your giant army the have to feed a drag on these cannons you gotta move it from from one group asshole zemin slapping around you know down in asia minor somewhere and then you've got some other bass holed up in greece give your problems near fog in the moon all over there you know a lot of times if you just be easier to give the second group of astle's you know just demand some money from them maybe some men for your army owners cow works out for both places and then they don't have to all fucking die by fighting you don't have to move your army and just more more beneficial to your overall plans longterm for world domination than trying to kinda like takeover everybody at the same time so there's always deals being made of lads father vladara cool also ruled in uh as i said a was the one time principle ah he also offer both the roman church and the eastern orthodox church in various battles in search and this was of the happened uh kind of a line themselves which uh with whatever half of the church made the most sense of the time uh the two halves of the church don't has actually come together in the occasional crusade against the muslims and the blending of roman eastern christianity is how the name actual actually how the name direct cool became associated with the devil because holy roman emperor had founded in order of nights you know like i said the the order of a round table pizza that exists to this day now the the order the dragon and and because the holy roman emperor founded this group it was a catholic order of nights and when jack cool returned of block yet local saw the new dragon insignia on his shield and on the coin cemented catholics were did they didn't they light statues and fucking images and things but the eastern orthodox did not the kinda found that to be a form of idolatry they didn't like it as much and they started calling him direct cool which is roman for dragon or to the dragon but romanian for both dragon and the devil primarily the devil.

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