23 Burst results for "Zenica"

"zenica" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

04:38 min | 8 months ago

"zenica" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Anybody else jay. Yeah i like to say something Lurk personal bob you rate It's would be illegal. For any dr not to cheat anyone coming to the hospital no matter what he did a vaccinated otherwise they there because they got problem and the doctor. Is there simply cheat. People with the problem they cannot sell. Because you haven't vaccinated. Obviously that's illegal they can do it ever There are some people who obviously they pay me. They are healthy enough or careful enough and so they call into better this and then they just didn't want to vaccinate. Of course they have no objection if anybody else does it. But we have so much Conflict report out there people who had the vaccination like for example. I read number of reports that Forty six thousand people that trouble and be this. Johnson and johnson and there are so many people reported in europe at trouble with highs as villas maderno and especially as zeneca so many of them even in europe how thirty people As young as twenty died as a result of zenica so but of course you're talking about millions of people. Did everybody's doing okay. Painted them in my Show which i do Four days a week can they Internet Obviously i have Over seven thousand subscription just youtube Plus p weather site couple of people in fact conde p mandy look ever since they got the vaccination and they became impotent. I mean this is just a told me to men. I them how old they were. One of them was sixty. The other one was sixty-two blaming it. On your blaming it on the vaccine ever since they did this and now i said they called everywhere to get permission. They going to be tested and see what happened. They refer to some urologists or something and then they said i asked him look That could be just You know side effect or you know. This is the first time i ever heard this. He said listen. Many people might be in various tv. Reported and i was a bit surprised so i mean you hear all kinds of stories from the people i mean they. I mean these are. The people told me themselves. I didn't read about them. But you know not to interrupt you. Jay but i just want to give four excuses from four different people why they won't vaccinate and i'm not going to read into why they feel this way but i'm just going to throw this out there for different people for different excuses number one. I don't want to get vaccinated because people die from it number two. I don't wanna get vaccinated. Because i never get sick number three. I don't wanna get vaccinated. Because i've afraid on never have any more children number four. I don't wanna get vaccinated. Because god already knows when he wants to take me so i'm not gonna record for them. These four friends of mine with four different reasons why they won't vaccinate. What can i say about that. Here's my here's my reaction. I have people think we all you know. They're over three hundred thirty million people in this country. And and you ask a question and you gotta probably get three hundred and thirty million different reactions and when it comes down to this vaccine in any the virus vaccine any vaccine getting medicine in most cases all these things react differently to everybody..

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"zenica" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

04:19 min | 9 months ago

"zenica" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Backseat bad like vaccines vaccine making vaccines since like the twenties or something. It's it. I'm not really even try to push back on that china's vaccines are bad or anything. I'm just saying that. The i think what happened from chinese propaganda perspective. The fact that the pfizer in modern vaccines were ninety. Plus percent expected at the spread huge. Blow what was no one expected. That right well no. I think it's a way for country like canada that are not worked players china to kind of flex their muscles and say look. We've backs as these great. It's more of a political move than it is a move to help the people. Because i it's really in the of canada. They should have accepted all the chinese vaccines as quickly as possible. Just to get banned under control and then they thought the irony vaccine the better ones. They been them to the park affects. Women don't know we don't. We don't know how that works. I think again the of public health say we should probably stick to one vaccine or they don't want to start mixing vaccines. Even the fda is worried about doing visor. I mean the johnson johnson and other ones. It's just you suddenly if you wanna create vaccine hesitancy than maybe stacking different. Vaccines probably is in the way to go. I i one hundred percent agree with you. But that's not candidate kennedy encouraged to mix vaccines and adviser. And what was the other one. The british won the game l. Zeneca zenica yet. They were encouraging mixing. And so i'm not. I'm not sure. I mean i'm not i'm not a virologist. I don't know exactly what's going on there. But it seems that is full of capable scientists. They have a science from over there. They're definitely like off of the field. It seems strange to me that you you you just kind of china office their vaccines about yeah. Well it's kinda like you said earlier. People right china off. Everyone lives in a sweatshop. Everybody is in this thing. The other thing going on is that china's diplomatic core is antagonizing..

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"zenica" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

04:30 min | 10 months ago

"zenica" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Amazing i remember the first time somebody from zenica used the word of billion in a in a meeting it was. It was probably only by last you very soon after they signed up with us and that obviously is it's not a number that we had ever considered really makes me feel weakness. You know actually go up at weepy. When i went for my vaccine as well very emotional. I'm going to have to ask you bomb. But it does all come from the very initial stock that we've made time lacking offer so that's the seed stock goes out and seeds. Larger and larger act is to make the dose so every does anybody ever gets did originate from very first bachelor. We made backing march last year. So when you sat down in the woman was saying did you say to highlight gonna tell you this. You don't care. This is catherine on the vaccine and she was like. Oh my god so. We ended up a selfie. Somebody's briefly on twitter of me. And the dice niceness lady who was a radiologist and then come back into the chesterton volunteer to do x. nation centers because everybody from tears. That's amazing that is amazing. And i surprised printed up patricia. I would ask. Yeah def what are you working on at the moment. You working on the one for for the y. So we've been so we've feigned doing some work when developing vaccines against new variance. But that's obviously now astrazeneca's Project so we've been teaching them how to. How do the steps so that they can. Then take that lead with that going forward. So that's not something that we will be doing in the long term because that's now astrazeneca's project and that we're going to all of the projects have been working on before. So i work with whichever. Oxford academic needs new vaccine manufactured. And cya we're doing..

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"zenica" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

04:17 min | 10 months ago

"zenica" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"The government is depriving citizens of their freedom of choice without a meaningful debate in parliament and new measures of credited with boosting vaccination campaign which in previous weeks had lost steam side. Jaya signed the andy vaccine but wants macron has brought in these things saying well you want to eight a beget and drink some wine. You're going to need it. And now that sixty percent of the french iron five of the health pass and there's a remarkable level of support given their previous hesitancy a bureaucracy and frontier. So anyway it's just an insult to what will happen in. Ucf wiles way people are going to be hesitant about vaccines and the risks of the country's gonna say lift again because we don't let me out and and they're into these things and young people are going to take yesterday's zenica just so that they can get to a pub drink. That's the on fist prediction of what's happening in. Ucf miles in what. France is also happening. The greek government introduced vaccine requirements for venues such as bars movie theaters and italy's followed suit and britain says it was planning to make it mandatory for nightclub. The guy inside either of you have a problem with a vaccine pass. would pref- thing to get into vinnie's. Anybody that's where we're heading. I doubt that. I doubt that scott morrison is actually got the guts. But i think you'll leave it to the states. Implementers already local councils easiest way to have a smooth in around safely it depends on the level of vaccination if we get the saif threshold we will need it but if we get above if we get to the point where effectively disease endemic. I make the neither will need. Think will nate. You think we'll get back to zero is only signing. Well i i think with enough people vaccinated though be outbreaks. They'll be pockets. The same as with maizels..

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"zenica" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:45 min | 10 months ago

"zenica" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"That's really stupid. That's what shows you how politics is running everything. It's not about fax not data narrative in politics. It's always been that way though he's telling you is that distinction was actually something they were pointing to back before you know back back when it was different right. And it says. With large phase three trials by pfizer madonna well underway and in november presidential election looming. Many worried about political pressure resulting in the roll out of an unsafe or ineffective vaccine the point. Right they were going. Trump is going to roll this out too fast and it's in danger and now we're going to fast. We had all sorts of time. We can't be this dumb. I mean it's so clear to see how that shave that's ridiculous. The point is they were worried about that. Rollout and how. You know the unapproved. The authorization. trump was pushing it forward and it just disappeared the moment they were in power as the fda also said it would want a vaccine at least fifty percent effective with a confidence interval reaching no lower than thirty percent. I sounds great against a primary endpoint to prevent infection or covert nineteen disease of any severity. Which by the way. We know they didn't do it all. That's what the and that's probably why. The fda was boxed off the table. Remember when and i talked about that. They weren't even allowed the table when this was happening. 'cause they're just a lackey capture regulatory agency think. That's pretty clear my opinion. Oh i forgot that this. This is the part for follow up on that. Last sentence of the last paragraph. they're talking about how trump was trying to use it for hydroxy chloroquine convalescent plasma. And they were screaming. Dangerous and only the point is that now. It's happening the way they want to. Anyway now goes forward and says per parameters had previously defined as necessary for approval and. That's what the fda saying they required to stop infection right. Stop transmission as necessary for approval. Which clearly if they approve it and if not what's happening then they're getting they're going back against what they said that's his point. Even for non clinical parameters like manufacturing quality which they've already failed on especially johnson. Johnson answers zenica which is probably on purpose the fda characterizes expectations for the emergency authorization as very similar for those two approval. Right so the point is that right now..

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"zenica" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"zenica" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Advertise. Their product is more than one point five million subscribers but the the sponsorship offered received in may. This year was unlike any other. I think we talked about this and influence influencers agency called as often obey him to promote with said leaked information suggests the death rate among people who had had the pfizer jab was almost three times that of ours zenica zappia. We talked about this on the show. So yes it could be work in. He says i wouldn't be surprised. Find an enemy before state is behind this anti backs information regards andrew so and by the way andrew is not in the united states just so you know he has a plus four four country code. I'll give you that. I think anders actually watching tonight. So that's a good one. It's true very very true. Could be the case. Also got a Oh this is for the new media. Showed me not readout when here rob also. I've seen much speculation lately unwind. Dinosaurs became extinct. Might theory is so many d- might theories so many dinosaurs eight so many plants that they produce a tremendous amount of methane. Then dinosaurs discovered fire flatulence. Kill the dinosaurs. So now you know okay. And then i got to about the red sox. He always sent me a link to read sunny. Let me bring these up. This was from the fires. So those of you that are listening you can come by and watch later. He sent pictures of the red sun. Several pictures near home in northern ontario read son do divorce. Fires in northern west or ontario preps five hundred or more miles away so yup. That's what happens that that second pictures can creepy. So let me go back and kick on the a vinyl email. He said Those pictures were taken mid july of this year. And i've got one more unbidden lose my train of thought here. Oh boy was. I going to show you guys. There's something i'm missing here and near. I'm glad the go daddy office to carry you. I saw your final resolution with them on glad. It was all situated again. You have a problem with go. Daddy let me know. We got near fixed up the office of the president or whatever they called now officer the ceo Got him in touch with the support team member in in guiding all cleared up. There was one more thing is going to share with you guys tonight. What the heck was it. I guess it's not important. If i forgot it here at the end it's horrible. Were already at an hour. Seven on the show so What did i forget and get old. I'm going to slap myself only get done. Because i will be remembered it in didn't share it with you but anyway what do what do you do. Well it's worth the sponsored by going over to go daddy. If you liked this show and thought i added value to your day. Become an insider to five ten fifteen twenty twenty five dollars and yes the insider. Podcast is still coming. So don't worry it's coming a and Maybe i have time. Actually this week to record. It might have a little gap in my schedule. You guys saw my daily schedule. You and understand why Some days. I only have ninety minutes free during a day. Everything else is booked usually on fridays late afternoon. Fridays i have time but usually by then i'm ready to pass out so Again i apologize is just you just he. Things are never ending here always slammed it's the story of my life but Anyway that's it in a roll out of here when thank you all for being part of the Of the ohana part of the family here and again. It's been my privilege to bring you the show tonight. We'll be back with you on thursday for another additional unicenter podcasts. Y'all take care. Say take care of one another watch over your pets and And and family members and be safe for those of you that aren't tax needed out there and just telling you be careful. Be careful all right. Take care once you next time bye bye.

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"zenica" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"zenica" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"They're already mandate not mandating but using these boosters on healthcare workers thailand thailand soon evac dose tie health workers to get astrazeneca booster the says here in this article a nighttime curfew in other new corona virus restrictions. Monday in thailand's capital and several. Other provinces. As health officials announced that medical workers will will be given booster shots of zenica vaccine after already receiving two doses of china's cinna vaccine was. Oh my god yes and then yes. I'm sorry go ahead. No go ahead go ahead yet. Turkey to more countries. Turkey starts to inoculate healthcare workers with third dose and then also indonesia healthcare workers get moderna jab As cova nineteen booster. So it's it's this booster conversation is really important. We have to look at the healthcare workers because remember. This was the first group that was targeted when vaccines began to roll out with the first group so to see what's happening now in this new wave. They're getting the mandates upon them. They're getting the boosters upon them so this may be foreshadowing. What's going what's going to be happening for the rest of the populations if we really don't pay attention to. This is very very interesting headlines it is interesting when you look at the fact that the cdc right now at you know the fda say no no no. We don't need a booster after. I'm pretty sure. I remember most of last year being promised. You're going to be like a flu shot every season. You're gonna have to get another one. We got a boost coming. They all seemed really psyched about it until now now all of a sudden it's available like no no no we don't need it and i think this is proof. Jeffrey of the power that the high wire has and this community and this movement because we have one this talking point battle we told the world if they need a booster it means the vaccine is failing that it doesn't work booster is proof that you just got two shots. That barely did anything for you. And you're going to need a thought for the third one fourth one the fifth one and six one and they know that's our talking point now and they don't know how to get around it. How are they going to convince. By the way the numbers keep being amazing when it comes to the amount vaccinated in america. It's still. I think it forty nine percent is all that they've got of people in received both bac scenes in america that are fully vaccinated. Only forty nine percent of americans are fully vaccinated right now. That means they've got to get to the other fifty percent of this nation and they know damn well if you haven't gotten it already with all the free donuts lap dances and million dollar lottery then certainly promised to you that right off your first third booster. That's not going to get it done. I mean do you see the. I mean it's amazing now because in this prop this is a propaganda campaign. I think clearly they know. They need a booster in their minds. The way this works they know damn well. They need a booster but they're not going to promote it because it's bad bad publicity for the vaccine for the people they want to get it and so they're abandoning science to go for the propaganda machine and say it just doesn't sound good. I think they're going to have a real problem. Jeffrey because deep down. Here's what i suspect. I suspect the reason that pfizer is admitting. You better get a booster and look at what they did right. Yeah our product wears off six months. Doesn't sound like a very good. You know pitch except that you're gonna get them billions of dollars and more vaccines. But i think pfizer knows and again this gets back whistle blower if you're out there and you know this and one of the scientist that sitting on the truth but i think they know what does that waning. We talked about this years ago. Probably hit on again in the next couple of shows but antibody dependent enhancement or immune enhancement or pathogenic priming. Which was the initial issue that we had from the very beginning. It's the one that dr robert malone who invented the The the vaccine technology what he said. I was immediately concerned about this. Immune enhancement issue that we saw in all the animal trials. I think they know that the theory has been waning vaccine. Maybe what happens. You don't have enough. Antibodies and somehow those antibodies. Instead of protecting you end up helping the virus proliferate sight kind storm which can lead to death there's what we saw the dengue vaccine that killed all those people in the philippines. The rsv vaccine that killed the children back in the nineteen sixties. I think they know that. This vaccine wayne's very quickly and it could lead to the death of people that don't get that booster shot coming into this next season. I've said it before. I believe these variants are going to be very deadly for people that have been vaccinated and they're only thought is you need to get that booster shot. I don't know if you've already gotten the vaccines. I don't know what to tell you. I don't know how to get you off of that tram buron but if you're not on that track i would really seriously think twice and go back and watch the last one hundred episodes of high wire before you think of Going near this thing. It's a tragedy man this it's a train out of control they're lying. They're covering up there saying whatever they need to say and just doesn't seem to be working. That's right booster. Conversation is coming to american shores. It can't be fully released at this point just yet because like you said they're still trying to get those two vaccines in the rest of the really half of american population. I think that's why the big push is happening right now. We're seeing i mean. Let's be honest authoritarian push. We're seeing infiltration of your text messages. Were seeing sarah saying maybe some freedoms biden's going door to door with his with his health teams so this is unprecedented pushes. It's kind of a hard push because that booster conversations coming in like a death star new background and they got they have to make up some time here because it really looks like they're behind that's why they're pushing so hard with all of these things this past week so everyone pay attention tune in next week because it's going to get bigger. I have a feeling all right jeffrey. Thanks for that great report. Brilliant.

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COVID-19 vaccine reaches world's far corners

UN News

01:17 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 vaccine reaches world's far corners

"More than one. Hundred countries and economies have now received cave nineteen vaccines through the un partnered equitable corona virus. Busting scheme kovacs. The first delivery of life saving jobs arrived in ghana on the twenty fourth of february announcing the news on thursday the world health organization. Who said that more than thirty. Eight million doses of astrazeneca fire and serum institute of india have being transported globally. So far the aim is to deliver at least two billion doses of vaccines in two thousand and twenty one. In particular to developing countries. The development comes as who and other health regulators reaffirmed the overwhelming value of the astra zeneca or a covid nineteen vaccine amid ongoing concerns about clotting events among a very small number. You've had the job in statements on wednesday evening. Who's global advisory committee on vaccine safety. The european medicines agency and the uk's regulator or concluded that the benefits of taking the vaccine outweigh the very rare potential risks more than one hundred ninety million doses of the astros. Zenica vaccine have been administered today but only one hundred eighty. Two cases of clotting have been reported. Who said as it advised countries to continue to vaccinate with the as at vaccine not that it had saved millions of lives and prevented serious illness

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EU Regulator Finds Possible Link Between AstraZeneca Vaccine and Blood Clots

WBUR Programming

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

EU Regulator Finds Possible Link Between AstraZeneca Vaccine and Blood Clots

"There's a possible link between the covert 19 vaccine made by drug maker AstraZeneca and certain blood clots. But E M s officials say this is exceptionally rare. When it occurs, it primarily does so in women under 68 doctors, Sabine Strauss is the head of the agency's safety committee. Despite the rare chance for side effects, she urged European nations to use the AstraZeneca vaccine overall. Benefits off the vaccine from us to Zenica and preventing covert 19 are well established on the risks are very rare if manufacturing goes according to plan, AstraZeneca is expected to be the largest producer of covert vaccines worldwide this year. President Biden is

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U.K. says 4000 variants of virus that causes COVID-19

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:14 min | 1 year ago

U.K. says 4000 variants of virus that causes COVID-19

"This from news trust dot org a reuters foundation thompson reuters. Asian world faces around four thousand covid nineteen variants as britain. Explorers makes vaccine shots bullet points here. World faces around four thousand variants of novel coronavirus. Uk trials combining pfizer and astrazeneca vecsey combining the lack scenes now One vaccine wasn't nearly rix risky enough. You know what if what if pfizer got it right nastro. Zenica got it wrong. I mean sure like of your people would be fine. I mean you couldn't you couldn't do that. The uk says vaccines likely to work on different variants. How can okay. I can say that vaccines are likely to make balloons. Come out of your ears. does that make it real. I'd like to see your trials all drug maker. I'd really like to have video on them. Because that would be hilarious. All drugmakers are looking to improve vaccines for new variants

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EU Decision on AstraZeneca's Covid-19 Vaccine Expected Today

WSJ What's News

04:52 min | 1 year ago

EU Decision on AstraZeneca's Covid-19 Vaccine Expected Today

"European regulators will decide today whether to approve the astrazeneca oxford corona virus vaccine for use in the eu. It's a big moment for the union. European countries have been lagging behind in their vaccination rollout compared to the uk and the us one of the reasons for that is the eu had ordered more doses of the astra zeneca vaccine the the pfizer biontech vaccine which was approved in december. They'd been hoping this new approval would get them up to speed but even before that happens there have been complications. Astrazeneca has told the e you it won't be able to fulfil its order right away and now more shortages could be on the horizon to discuss the situation. I'm joined now by the wall street. Journal's boy on panchev ski from berlin. Glad you're here boy on hi there mark boy on. Why is this shortage emerging. So what's happening is this. The european union doesn't seem to have ordered enough. Those is from the companies that kind of in the vaccine in the race to put a vaccine to market. And not only that but now it happens so that astrazeneca which developed a vaccine together with to oxford university seems to have had a problem in its supply chain and it saying econ deliver the original amount does is there were promised for for the first quarter of this year and these two things together have basically created a lack of supply for the european union. And now they are simply not enough shots for for all the people that need to receive them boy on. What is the response from astra zeneca. We heard from an e you commissioner. Recently who expressed tremendous dissatisfaction. Yes well there has been actually a bit of a war of words between the european union national governments and the european commission which which speaks for the european union and on one side and astra astrazeneca the pharmaceutical giant on the other astrazeneca denies that dave violated contractual obligations. They're saying they would been deliver. What they are meant to be delivering. But they have a bit of a hiccup related to a contractor in belgium and therefore they won't be able to meet the target but they're not saying that they are breaking commitments in law and that's the debate between the two sides. The you saying you know you. You've said you'll do this. You have an obligation to do that. The contract we haven't seen it is not public It's confidential and there has been talk now that the contract would be published so we can all see what's actually written in the contract and who is actually honoring mets or not. Can you way the company kind of rejects the european byu. That is done something wrong. Essentially and they're basically in a nutshell saying this is a normal part of this. This huge complex effort to produce hundreds of millions dozes for the whole world in in a ongoing pandemic boy on as that discussion is taking place. What's happening across europe to deal with this well essentially. There's a bit of a political backlash now in some countries of the european union notably in the most populous country germany because it has become apparent that there are not enough those this of vaccines of any kinds against coronavirus in the immediate term and that essentially means that people will who are vulnerable will not be able to be To get the job and be protected he immediately and that means also that the lockdowns were might be prolonged that the restrictions and the measures that we have in place in europe will will loss longer than people have perhaps hope for. There's so much they can do. Essentially what they could do is they could order more dozes from the companies. That have a vaccine that has been authorized by regulators. And so far we've got. As of friday. Essentially three companies astrazeneca is most likely to be authorized in europe. Then we have pfizer and biontech and we have modern. So what the the choice for the european union's toward more is now the problem with that. Is that everyone's those so you if you whoever orders now will be at the back of the queue. there's global q. Of nations or waiting for supplies and and some of them are huge. Markets such as the united states such as great britain and in the case of zenica india. And so on. So that won't be easy and and there will be slight delay in delivering. Whatever new orders might might be placed

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"zenica" Discussed on EGO NetCast

EGO NetCast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"zenica" Discussed on EGO NetCast

"I don't agree with his expression in that case violation that's that's force in a way i used to create value for myself I really do. Because i have no hatred in my heart. I'm grateful for the things. I learned because of that. You know i wrote this song with. I'm proud of and i'm still learning everyday learning. And i can't ask anyone else to do things. I'm not prepared to myself. So i'm listening to you. Do i respect you even if we might disagree cut. Am i willing to learn from those things. I need to work and then to i have hope and i do believe in being good and i do believe in free will. And that's what the thing is we will have. The free will and could be harder for some zenica upbringing and whatnot and we could have had talked about that. But if we don't believe in free will and then it's over in a way and that's what we have also thing. I mean you have to always do the fact check and see what if it's coming from mainstream media or alternative media or new media whatever you want to call it but also different groups as again as as saying. It's even dangerous for me to say this kind of things a day like this because maybe somebody will be offended and won't put put me on some hitless to blacklist to whatever but why it shouldn't be like it shouldn't be like that but of course again we always take consequentially if we say something that's not true or hey but Yeah some some room or whatever we have institutions will have to take care of it. But i see in a follow. What's happening. who is behind who how to say. Tried to get even more violent because they may try to win some kind of but they will not they will only destroy and then it will be other things coming in place so we should talk about that than how you could do it..

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"zenica" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"zenica" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"zenica" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"zenica" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Top stories trending on this Wednesday morning, researchers at UC Davis are set to begin trials on the Regeneron antibody cocktail that was given to President Trump. After his covert 19 diagnosis might be a way that beyond just quarantining people that you could actually prevent many people from coming down with infection. That was Dr Stuart Stuart Cohen, chief of infectious diseases at UC Davis health, he says preliminary evidence shows the drug is effective, but more research needs to be conducted. The amount of virus in their blood comes down pretty quickly. And it appears that the patients do verywell. Cohen says. The trial seeks to determine whether the drug can prevent infection for one month after it has been administered. This morning. California theme parks, including Disneyland are reporting multiple rounds of layoffs. KPK Zenica McGahee's has more now in the severe financial blow to Los Angeles County and the entire state of California, according to filings with the state's Employment Development Department. Universal Studios. Hollywood has temporarily laid off at least 849 employees and has permanently cut over 1300 staffers in Los Angeles County since July. 6 flags Magic Mountain in Valencia also announced Tuesday that it would be laying off 240 employees at the company. These announcements come days after Governor Gavin Newsom said last week he was in no hurry to release guidance for re opening theme parks. Nika Megahits News 93.1 KFBK. Apple is showing off its first line of five G iPhones CEO Tim Cook announced users of It's four different iPhone twelves can expect much faster speeds today is the beginning of a new era for iPhone. Today we're bringing five G to iPhone. Apple has rolled out various versions of the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 12 with the most expensive at about $1100. The death toll continues to mount in the clash between Armenia and Azerbaijan. KFBK correspondent Bill Zimpfer has the very latest At least 600 people have now died in the fighting over a disputed border area since the situation erupted on September 27th. That number could actually be much higher. Azerbaijan has yet to disclose their military casualties in the fighting, and they're thought to be a significant number of civilian casualties. Multiple countries have called for a stop in the fighting, and a recent truce agreement was broken. Almost immediately. Bills in for NBC News radio headline out of the daily Beast this morning, Trump tells California GOP to keep installing unofficial ballot drop boxes despite legal threats he's weighing in on the first time we haven't heard from him on this. He's seen the criticism. I mean, the California top officials have asked the GOP in California to stop doing this right, say it's it's illegal. The California GOP says it's not illegal. It's ballot harvesting exactly something that the Democrats voted for and do themselves right. So the president apparently wrote, You mean only Democrats are allowed to do this Well, it's going to this story's not going away between now and election Day. I mean Democrats are harvesting votes by going door to door, and Republicans have responded by saying We're going to set up ballot boxes essentially harvest in that we're going to harvest them that way. So you harvest your way We'll harvest our way, and that's how this is going to. It's going to be tied up in court is going to its death. You know. In the court leading public health expert now says We need to get kids back in school, and he believes it's safe. Dr Asheesh Asia is the dean of Brown University School of Public Health. Here's what he told CBS News. It is our featured audio clip is our You know, I am more optimistic. I think we are learning as schools are opening. Especially.

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Possible safety issue spurs pause of COVID-19 antibody study

What A Day

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Possible safety issue spurs pause of COVID-19 antibody study

"Gideon, what's the latest there? Right. So first Monday Johnson and Johnson had to pause a large clinical trial of its Kobe vaccines candidate due to a quote unexplained illness in one of the volunteers that news was first reported by the website stat and it wasn't clear whether the individual received the placebo and the trial or the experimental vaccine. There are dozens of companies in a race to have the first viable vaccine out the door but Johnson and Johnson was comparatively behind in the. Process though the company is working on a vaccine that does not need to be frozen, which can make distribution and storage easier. It only requires one dose and not to, and they were hoping to be the biggest trial with sixty thousand participants. It's not the first vaccine trial though to have to pause due to safety issues as Zenica had to suspend trials twice after two participants became seriously ill and those trials have not resumed in the US yet. Experts consistently say that these are good showing that the companies are investigating what went wrong and how to fix it and that they are somewhat. Especially when you're working on something that is going to be for extremely broad use. Yeah. Gideon on one hand. It's it's good that they're actually taking into consideration. The fact that sometimes these things are unsafe in early trials but this also speaks to the fact that this process can't be rushed or conveniently wrapped up before some arbitrary date leg I don't know November third right just any arbitrary date like that. Yes. So That's vaccines but on the Cova Treatment Front, a similar pause put in place for an antibody drug being developed by the company Eli Lilly according to. Reports yesterday the trial was because if he quote potential safety concern and that trial reportedly was testing the company's antibody therapy on hundreds of patients hospitalized with covid nineteen in the enrollment process was sponsored by parts of the National Institutes of health according to The New York Times and news broke after there were a number of officials who cautioned against adding more participants to the trial on Tuesday so that it's two separate trials that we learn were put on hold in just two days. and. This elderly drug, it's an antibody treatment. The kind of treatment the president has been touting as a cure and saying, we'll be freely available soon. You Bet it is he antibody therapy from regeneration, a different company which I guess combined with steroid treatments led him to talk about kissing people in the crowd of a rally this weekend doing a strange Shimmy to Ymca by very. Very strong David Lynch like season one twin peaks vibes in that by the way one, hundred percent he's in the red room and he's having the time of his life. The Eli Lilly treatment effectively does the same thing as regeneration one using monoclonal antibodies to fight the virus, and after trump got the treatment, both companies applied for emergency use from the FDA with Lily, seeking it for mild to moderate cases as opposed to the trial which focused on hospitalized patients. So there have been promising results for both treatment so far in trials, but this pause would help figure out if there are major issues or side. Effects with the treatment for other folks on the other point about how widespread these treatments could be if found safe and effective regenerate has said that at the moment, it only has enough supply to treat fifty thousand patients in hopes to be able to get up to three hundred thousand in the next few months to put this into a sense of scale here right now, there are an estimated thirty, six thousand patients currently hospitalized with co Ed.

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"zenica" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"zenica" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"Or why did do? But these moments. Ground do in in a way that you step back is it will listen this. Maybe not possible before we started this in every. Protest world. Seems to be a motivational endanger. It allows you to recharge and everybody who participates in those walks. Says the same thing. And we had the always do after the. Protests will. Will do little gathering? Obeying. Respecting their. Measure measures limitations behavior. Of that are in place but still the some relaxing than we talk about experience in this time. Grossman to. Have, lunch and went to one of our members owns a restaurant is opening the restaurant. So this was well fully cooked at home and then we had A. Seating such weight is safe and. Any. Of. A lot of actually around and talk but spears. It was so interesting that was one words. That get poppy. In their. Descriptions out even. And how? Ewing in after the event. And that ward was feminity. And saying we often. Often missive, we have to say this is a political party because than. Legally is. Often we talk about the movement it's. Liquid movement whether the party because it's signifies ideas. And the focus on ideas rather than. The the fact that it's overindulge. But this is a step for. People. Save. Did the case exactly with Emily's are. They agree overtime. Often they don't. But they keep each other's back. Than what tough? Gets a members of those that you can rely on. And that might destroy everywhere, but it might be more true in southern countries. Those family physicians are even stronger. and. It is really that that sense of all, we like to see each other counties practice talk can receive you bring in we all make a contribution being we engaged local people including that. The sense of that crowd when they say well, this is. The place for you belong? And that. MAKES A DIFFERENCE In you remember of that statement that phrase words. When. He gets tough leaves suddenly you're part Belgian as it's. All I can say from the outside looking in it's been it's fascinating and it's so fun. To Watch the growth in how far it has come and how far it can go. It's. It's very neat. You your party. Issues..

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"zenica" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"zenica" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"For besides our T. likes to ground. You can keep the guy and say wait. So give him the wireless point. And everything was there the guy who was waiting. He knew he approached me descended into the. And it was adapt. Movement is really a movement. Then I was so proud of the coverage. I it doesn't happen all the time. Where everything together some of. The sense that we get it, you have to think about details. It's important. And another of one and other moments like that I had Of Today's civil tonight. When? I heard about. That event that that when somebody hits they had in the face one of our candidates. or at the least the town. City of religion. In that night. I heard that while I was in another meeting. I was looking at the Bible Group that's Library Group of the. Governing Board of the permit somebody brought out that news. The guy posted at the face of didn't tell US sportsmen. started started Oh am to issue a statement. To, react to protect person. And I I took that. The announcement of all of his facebook status or or video, and I copy that onto the political and I created the Viper Group on the spot. For. The political advisory Boards and I said listen this is what had just happened. One thing we need to share statement organize something else. And sales watching at a two. To two streams -vivor messages to groups. And then I see to all of them concern all them constructive all of them suggesting courts of actions. Then, I was taking. The best responses, constructive spoil them stocks but those that could help the other group for the side of the governing board opping deaths. David. Into the Bible Group or the Political Advisory Board in vice versa. And what I so it said wait. that's a civic processes the merge of the President of the governing board side I basic them listen a political adviser is is meeting as we speak communicating. Let them do their job because this day should be doing, but let me suggest that the two of you. joined the other groups so that we can complete. The Conversation. And, I ended the two more grew to more people from the governing board side to the. To the adviser. The one of the governing board side started to. Wind down by the other one was actually getting into this this vision making process which. To see how to stay. decided to have the press release that's going to go into boarding and the side of the press conference a when we see the activities of towns of it being Ken have. News representatives with US rather than the them being busy with some other events. While we were talking one of the members took the. Responsibility to write to draft the response as winding down with. The draft came out we weekly actress zero the right version. And I said thank you. I copy I. Basically went to the other side to the. Governing Body side basically tell pulled listen even assume see a draft of the of the Press release so that you know and also you will get a set of. Statements that you can use. Should you be asked about what happened but also? How to overview of your your members as to what what happened and how to respond to its how to behave now and Then What to expect in the future? And came back in those statements were written that converted to the other side. Within our basically why in our in fifty minutes we found out about event we discussed it inside of what to do to vice of. Getting world they got to actually. combined harshly to carry out the task. Everybody was informed of the content of the nature of the response. Everybody has a chance to. Give. Their. Comments in case they decided they. Maybe a different kind of response could be. appropriate. On the other side stopped his loud because it was. And I know he was the longest one moment was gun. I felt that that was also. A great demonstration of. What platform progress can or should be that typo communication when everybody was constructed there with no panic though sense of urgency more no, no panic meaningful conversations nobody was. Trying to be. Ten. Just to to to to do something to appear smart everybody was just concerned and constructive. In, the end we arrive at the solution quickly we had of course of action. Everybody will tear to thing and it was done right away. And I really. Felt proud with that group of people, and then I wrote something to the backs. That was really. Tough. Moment for the person who for platform for progress but the moment in terms of hobby reacted to together in an organized stockton coin. And Data minded meal the movement to. And then I often talk about. Events. Often, talk about. What I expect from blood for prefers. People. Different, responsibility different kind of behavior professionals. Integrity and it was A. Full display in those two women's. Denka Gis? 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"zenica" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"zenica" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"Song that was performed by water from musician. Then, there was a performance of the group of people acting our five principles. COUNTRY I capability acknowledge that the. Honesty integrity. and. Then the care for you, and now we added Accountability Responsibility Save Time. So the five principal, these enacting something that would that at that time clearly devastated the importance of those five. So in envy thoughts that it was recognized. Receiving mail carry out some. People reacted really well to be speeches and Zenit to be added to four dimensions. One demand had to clean air. Because of steel means they don't have clear. the either one in. So we extended to. Ecological situation. Protection of the environment. And the sports. Sports care for a finding. Or sports it is so important particularly in Bosnia these days. Where almost anything and everything that has to do with the country's being questioned by somebody Ran The national team especially, soccer national team not to soccer. Or basketball. Well, not a whole but. Most country in most people get around and behind that national. National team. And or squad and chief for them and studies. Also, one of those few times for people forget the daily troubles and it's not about politics. It's about jobs that I have a job or. Disease Colleague Nineteen whatever it's about the national. Pride and It is very important for human body, of course. to the sense of. National Identity. So that came from local team. They suggested we adopted we did just like the the culture. That'd be introduced in Indi- of limbs or two. We know to sports. Anyway. that. The sound twelve. And now. We are planning. For more will see. People have. The. Enough time to do it. I'm going to the US. Now that is going to make it harder obviously. So some things would stop until I can can get back. Album to the elections there was supposed to be in October over Fort Support. November. Fifteen. And most are similar twentieth. and. Kudos. Go to those people who will participate in it. It's -implementation realization their courage to think different than they did. and. One thing that I was so much. Proud of so proud. was. The fact that the. The sound systems beautiful, and I always tell people is this sounds sounds is so important sound is important. You can have a model speech, but if people have to struggle to hear you, it's GonNa get lost. In, here in any has to be crystal clear so that it goes away people don't even pay attention to it because it's so good. It's loud enough. It's clear enough. and. Then you have to worry about the message that it was. The Of Together And also cool enough. They even put stage on that something struggled struggled with by the little cover thinking about lost night what we do holiday to create some kind of stage so that people can see those. Who has scheduled to speak? They stayed the only that everybody used the stage to microphones on the stage. Be Sounds. Else me. I'm approaching stage and are looking. At the stage, the two microphones they're both wired. And Ida. Stage I go over his got a among the people and I talk. I always go only to the states to take the MIC, and then I go down. And as I was approaching the stage looking at those two lace trying to figure out which had a longer. Wire so that I could walk. More. Freely. As. I was approaching state. There was somebody. From back. From the back side of the stage obviously people who on the technical support one a little approaching. In love looking at. What's happening in? He extends his are his hand and there's A. Liar wire Mike. And I was so. I was crying because that was that's what I would. Hope for to have the level of professionalism that you'll have to ask can it's their people note. that. That's what I do when they when they way they said Okay.

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"zenica" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina:  The Quest for Change

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"zenica" Discussed on Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Quest for Change

"This was our seventh of protests walk. Luckily this time they allowed us to. Stop at the end of the protest walk and actually have of meaningful. Protests and their It was there. We had a chance to have speeches, engines, recipe citations, and a poetry, wind performance culture performance, and conceptual performance, but any the cool thing about Zenica. Is, it's a CD about an hour outside of. Always had it was like Pittsburgh of Bosnia Herzegovina Pittsburgh from the steel? Mills air. And They'll going through a lot of hardship now because of the economic can. Economic, conditions. Steal meal, and now he's in the a one Indian company is the owner it's they're not working for capacity of rare limited capacity A lot fewer people employ their editing, some economic issues plus ecological issues. The present in that city. What's good about is the organizing committee platform. Platform presents organizing committee. For Produce is organizing committee started earlier than others because they had the history inexperienced their racer the. And they decided to do something different. We got permission permanent four, hundred, four, hundred people. The mayor will mean today before and said, he'd vicious to be. There is going on vacation with his. Wife. Head, he if. If he were in town the time he would have showed up because eve united him to give him give a talk. Kigoma speech to address me. What was good about them was this is what said okay. They gave us other people with hundred people normally you. uncovered. What half a mind whatever you go from one place from gin to the end, and that sit number of people will see you along the way. We cannot allow we cannot ask them to join. The column because? The number is limited because of the covid nineteen we could only. We had masks of course kept this. Bony did was different. They decided to start look for one place. But for many ways, we'd smaller rules. And then like the tribal tributaries, whatever you call it, they are going into the main flow in the crowd was getting larger larger bewigged but those small groups covered other parts of the city. So it seems like the two hundred people we covered half the city so very light city and it was really cool how we started in the small numbers from the central place, which is a park where they have a copy of Bud? Cooling. quoted Viner by pulling, which was one of the early Bosnian rulers poisoning kingdom rulers who were one of the most fame calling bond. Cooling. Is the name Bonnie is the title. Like a duke or whatever. What he's known for is that he issued a statement urban a document. That allows emerges from the road nick. To travel everywhere was his protection. He also allowed also allows. Allows the Christians to practice their faith. In. Actually knew of. transfigure out. There was no him. Sorry. I'm mixing this with the other one that was issued doing the times This one was that allowing the free trade pre traveled to Of. People from outside. And then it was the. Eight hundred and thirty first year of that document on that date than we started. And then also On that. Day. That was the day of the KANTA resents his. A So that they that Saturday the past. Saturday. was meaningful. It'll be started from the park in which they keep a copy of debt documents of the combined them. The whole park is known in cold Bastogne of that documents. And that's where we started at his home was in a meaningful way signifies or indicates the fact that the Bosnian. Has this historical quincy knew eating. From, century on. And even weights experiencing times now. Eighty is not something. People. Should arbitrarily decide whether these things should exist or not. Age traces its history to tell under. Century. And so. We. we were walking started walking others were joining us that we were going to the center. Of people of Settings Really really really well. from the Balkanys. From cafes from sidewalks parks for the cars. Of forcing us there was wonderful in in the end. We stopped at confront Dow Squier of is Begum to. which was the first president. New of this renewed. The new but renewed bosnia-herzegovina. That was in front of the shopping. Center. And there's also a large fountain with the flags flags of bosnia-herzegovina flying. We pay respect at three to. Three different places. And the end that square we had. Three people give speech. Including myself and had somebody who had a very powerful resuscitation of his own. Co Written for that occasion. And.

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"zenica" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"zenica" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"I can find a Zucchini method teacher and there's only one around here in Seneca. We had one that we went to for Grady Grady. She was right Masan then. She moved to Seneca. And then the lady you know she moved. She's gone very this. Was this would have been when grady was in in kindergarten so it was two years ago now he went and was doing really well with piano. I was kind of excited about it because I want them to be. I want him to learn music And then he dropped them off one day for piano lessons and she's like oh by the way this is his last lesson. Because I'm moving to Wisconsin. Oh Oh was he was Zouqi method. I have I don't know what that is. Okay what does that method It's learning basically. I mean there's more to it but let's shortcut it by saying against playing learning to play by ear rather than play by she music. Oh No that was not what it was. She had used the great thing about like Suzuki method. There might be another piano teacher in Seneca Zenica Right now. It's the same way people generally learn guitar to where the idea behind this. If you're an adult somebody says a song you can literally just start playing it. You don't need to have sheet music in front of you because you're playing by ear bike. Rode my ears are out of tune your ears. Deceive you very much so so I would be completely out of tune out. Some people just inherently are musically talented and some people aren't right and then there's some people that aren't that want to be and they can overcome that destroys your well being on the inside but you can overcome that with a lot of practice this right if I would put time into it. I wanted to buy a Ukulele one time. I was like all into this. I was like I'm buying a Ukulele. I'M GONNA learn this look so easy. And then amy talked me down from that because I get like really into things very hard no I know but she was right in the fact that she said you're going to buy this and you're gonNA put about maybe a month into to this thing and then never probably touch it again. Yeah sounds like you got me there. Probably exactly what's going to happen so I didn't buy one but It's it's not that big of a deal. I'd much rather learn the drums. I would love to learn the drums to have drinks at. That's not something I'm going to bring in my house. He used to have a drum set and I gave it to smarttalk smarttalk listener Ian Hicks Really. Yeah then he sold it good for him. Good for him that's capitalist. I don't know if they sold it or give it away. I'm just joking. That's a really bad trump set but I got it for free actually so really. Yeah it used to be in my living room on my old house really the living room. Yeah I played it all the time. Did you really yeah. Usually with groups of people after Kinsman Bar. Oh that makes okay. That makes much more sense. That's but I had some other friends that a some friends. Why why do we used to hang out? And he's also all music so we go to the bar and we'd come back to my house and we jam. Hey but it usually ended up in a lot of stumbling around usually drums set ended up getting knocked. Act All over the it was your original SNARF Yoki but better probably because you had music or you had like actual instruments love. We do not use instruments in our SNARF Yorkies. Now we're going to. That's my plant. We should it really is but you know I just haven't I need a formalized recording learning studio to have all that stuff available at all times we don't have that now but we will at some point soon within a month within a month you think we're going to have a workable Student by the end of February. If you can find us a table or Bilisam by the end of February okay okay. That gives me time firm. There's a lot of tables on facebook founder. Table in Morris that is six by four perfect exists what we need but the lady wants four hundred fifty bucks. It's just people are really proud of their tables and it says right in the end it could use a coat of paint you would figure four hundred fifty bucks. What's it needs a coat of paint and then you want to spend fifty dollars on paint? No no so I told her I gave one hundred fifty bucks and she never responded she said four hundred and I said hundred hundred fifty. Well she doesn't like you. I haven't heard back from her yet. I said I don't need the chairs. You can sell them separately right and make up your four hundred and fifty bucks. I'm like it's gotta be like fifty dollars a chair. They're six chairs easily. I just that's what I've noticed. People are. People are very proud of their tables. Like this table is beyond any other table. You've ever seen in your life and I need six hundred dollars for.

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"zenica" Discussed on Disconnected

Disconnected

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"zenica" Discussed on Disconnected

"With your character announced taste or what you wanted to actually opinionated and it's actually a really cool to go through or something some of them are pretty interesting characters because you know you could like be hanging out with one start to like him and then realize something like Oh. This person's supports that hat guy who really liked this character until they were sewn supporter. It's like yeah yeah so I thought it was really cool although that's pretty neat because again most of the time the companion always usually neutral and goes I with your totally Armenia. Your what you do and I support it here. They're like no era -tated. Yeah but in this game some of them would just say tell you. I'm going to leave this party and fucking do that mission like I'm actually Out like crazy. It's really cool. They force you to make these decisions companion or doing this faction I've wanted to do like Seneca Zenica. Nia actually will really fuck off. Because I didn't I ended up liking them so much. I listen to them but but yeah no I ain't probably say so. I am sure made it only true. You're right you're right. Yeah Oh God I really love New Dragon. Asia's Shit he couldn't have people. I really good I. I hope it will actually happen happen. I been and then when I hope it happens. Drama near. So there's Latte speaking of Broken Games fallout seventy six is back in and then you because there's a reason staying there's still there's still updating it because for the two anyway and the update actually came up introduced in the already buggy and broken game that that has bugging broken membership. You now what you fire your weapon. It actually fucks up your Arbor and sats and reloaded when you reload degradate it. Yeah Yeah when you love your weapons armor defense the crease and the city. You're Bang Bang Bang time to reload alone during a time when you might need that aren't Not to mention now yeah not to mention. This includes he's legendary. Armored rare drops also naked by this. Yeah so fucking way. Oh my God does it show. That's I've been an ongoing thing you know and as already just the worst asam in recent times. Just lie about how they're GONNA fix. That honestly surprised at this point. They're there's still people playing this game. People did some people surprisingly really love it or some person at this point. I feel like it's just one person but they're gonNA find a different game than playing at Fault Ida brief but that is that is it of the bug. But here's the thing that made me things alright with follow. I what it did was sell you a bunch of features that you wish were just in the game already. What what is Eh goes ahead? One hundred dollar annual sees only ended with broken housing. What is Bethesda goes? Hey that wasn't a bug. That's a new gameplay mechanic but with fallout coerced. You can stop it from happening. Because there are will not do that anymore in your reloading. Their that their that coming into it with because everyone asks more more storage bins astrolabes. They did they did sell mass. That can kill you because of non bad certainly box. Yeah we went over this bill that I I do and it's just funny like yourselves reaction. Everyone is so yes. The hell the canvas bag controversy all the broken the the bank there's no NBC's the ball. That was the the amount of thing where there was the recall because there was reported amounts of mold. So bad he could actually kill you. Dumpster fire this just. I know it's crazy but that's really is just like I think they really just want to see. I think that keeps people in the servers and they're just like how. What can we do to stop it just hard? This client is seeing how far can go to make people not Lewinski. Yeah no kidding. It's just really really bad. Like it's like a social experiment at this. It almost seems like it. I really joke about all the time but I think it could be they team. That's what it is at. This point is like how much will you dedicate to a game that that is absolute garbage. Yeah so Fall at seventy six nonsense aside so are you much of a fan of the fallout series or not so much me Kokin done all right very good any type of shooters okay so in that that sense in a fantasy game what if it was like a person with a Bo is that I've known 'cause I tried to do. What is it like an art with that? Low Horizon Verizon Zeroed on a good game high. I tried really hard. It looks beautiful. I WANNA WANNA play it but I was like I can't fucking second. They were like all right narrative trees and stuff done go kill this robot. I was like Shit. Can't the robots you. You have to switch weapons a lot. It's a lot of one thing I really like about it. Though like the different Type have a robot said you're fighting use different tools different strategies super cool and I love watching other people play in. That's why God bless lets players for for sure for sure and go all right. You got a youtube a fallout led. Yes thumbs uh-huh uh-huh down experience. The fall out. I mean I like I had fun. Playing fallout three new Vegas and four. I like pretty good right. Yeah father spend spend more hours playing elder scrolls but and that's why I was more of the opposite of that but I did a lot of faults. They'll and that's why I was really sad that if all at seventy six six so much because I deal that ass playing fallout with mobile APP dollars. I saw like elder scrolls online two years to kind of get better but you know they figured it out. It also wasn't as big of exactly what it wasn't it. Yeah it was just at the end. It wasn't really like working in game. Yeah she was like it was just pointing how awful it was and Mallard. I mean I watched my brother planet ally what we have fun playing like the way the way we play games. It's like it's like I said if he gets tired I play. I play that you guys are falling asleep in impassable so if we like if I hang out with my brother and like that day we decide we're doing like we're going to sit and watch TV or play video. Oh Games like it all depends on our moods like he loves to play Games like I watched him play a resident evil all the way through but like if he got tired of way playing he would give the controller and I play for a little bit so we switch off and that's just like how we spend time together other than just talking to each other so I mean. I watched him play. All of the fall outs. A all of the fallout series. And then when seventy six came out like we were talking about getting it because I mean I always wanted to play fallout with my brother and making are making our campsite and stuff. 'cause I mean that was my favorite part was literally just making shit on but then all the stuff with it and I was like. I'M NOT GONNA put money into this. He put his money into some of it. Like you Bob game. But and he yeah he bought a few other things on their game. mm-hmm and like I mean he's still like loves the game but I don't know he definitely says that it's like Jenky and he wants a different Game so I mean it's just I guess it's the final guest on getting but he did get get into outer world so that we considered do that all right so the sequel the oriental blindfolds Turkey calling it or he's adventure. I think I don't know how I thought it was like Oriole in the forest. No wasn't like Oris Week week or or he's blindness. I really you really like something. Weird without also oriented adventure. Oh Boy Dory's owning forest hold on. Now you're worried or you live for the sequels coming out Ori. MVP The supposed to come out. I think either late this year first quarter of next year. But it's actually been we'll do martial Evans but again plaza GEICO's goes out good. There's that it's very beautiful game. I think the fact that Xbox is always pushing like well you know. I don't like xbox how about you you play these games on pc then the kind of giving you that option on investment also maybe you have a pc that could run it or you may just be Amer which is a big market. And they're smart to like appeal to that but yeah it's going to be coming around. Same time do maternal. You've sixty four port to switch and then you animal crossing saw so.

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"zenica" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"zenica" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Libya reaffirms commitment to those affected by the conflict

UN News

03:49 min | 3 years ago

UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Libya reaffirms commitment to those affected by the conflict

"These Zenica with you and us do n humanitarian coordinator for LeBron medically by raised. Major concerns on Monday for the safety of civilians and others who are being affected by the uptick in fighting between warring factions across the country in particular migrant in design seekers who may find themselves in detention centers, close to them in areas of conflict, speaking by phone from Tripoli misery, buydell told you unused at United Nations had called for humanitarian truce to allow emergency services access to newly affected areas and their fire mislead vice book, your news of shandra swatch who began by asking for an update on conditions in the Libyan capital Tripoli, as you know, the end of last week, our they that the was a major military offensive was launched around south of the capital Tripoli, and this has led to an escalation in the confrontation of conflict around the south of the of the capital. We are very concerned by the impact on people's lives on ordinary citizens and civilians, and we are in particular aware of the possibility of increased number of the space people wanting to leave the areas the more fragile area. So far guest may two thousand two hundred displaced people. But if the conflict continues, we expect to see an increase in numbers, we are all too particularly concerned about the situation apply plight of my concern for she's and silence seekers who may find themselves in detention centers coast to the areas of conflict D U N yesterday asked for truce a humanitarian truce to allow for the emergency services to reach and where people have been stranded some internationals forces have started to draw from three. New Nuez is not make that the season. Why is that as a sexy general set during his time his visit to Libya last week? The United Nations remains commissioned to the people of Libya and to staying remaining gauge was people Libya and from a humanitarian coordinator, I think I would like to reflect the commitment of the UN humanitarian community to continue to support in response to the needs of the most vulnerable people in Libya for particular does most affected by the current conflict. What are the expectations for the next few days? And our you preparing for that. It's hard to tell at this stage. One our hopes for that the calls for the installation will lead to some sort of a a more daybreak situation. And you know, does all the efforts being done on negotiation on that level. But obviously, we must also prepare for a continuation of the conflict and the impact of this going to have on the population. So we're looking at a capacity and UN humanitarian partners the capacity of our local news passage local Hershey's, and how we can work together to prepare for an eventual for example, increase in the basement greater needs on in terms of the health services by Sean health service, and what he would some of the local emergency teams who already existent who we've been working.

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