18 Burst results for "badghis"

This Bat Wears a Facemask

60-Second Science

03:26 min | 2 months ago

This Bat Wears a Facemask

"What do you call a bat. That only eats fruit. But isn't classified. As one of the fruit bats. One species that fits. That description is thought to live in forests from southern mexico to the north end of south america. But they're so rarely seen that very little is known about them apart from their unique appearance which is why the species is called. The wrinkle faced bat. Many people say that these bats are really ugly but the bird is forget. Biologists forbidden bird. So i think we all agree that they are pretty special. Looking bats university of own researcher. Marco chop his colleague. Gloria guests inger agrees. most bats. Look like you'd little puppies but they have very wrinkly face and it's just a lot of wrinkles everywhere but something else about the males. Maybe an even more unusual facial feature. It's very easy to distinguish between male and female because the males have this funny face mosque using their little bat thumbs. Males can pull up a furry slap a skin to cover their faces like a mask. The bet almost tries to hide its entire face inside of the mosque and people have suspected for a long time that these mosques have something to do with matings but the bats courtship is difficult to study. Because they're so hard to find that is until two thousand eighteen. When chopko i'm guessing Colleague university of costa rica biologist bernal rodriguez herrera received a tip that a group of males had been spotted in a highland forest. His team rush there to record their behaviors using infrared video. Cameras and specialized microphones the objective. Was that we get as much information as possible about these animals and the bat state therefore something like six weeks the animals formed. What's called a lek. Where a group of males hangs out in a small area displaying extravagantly two females an uncommon reproductive strategy and bats. The male start their display by rubbing their fingers together for hours which looks really re it. Eventually they begin to sing even with their faces covered and they do these trails. An echo location calls from net purchase. Detroit sound something like this and then to echo. -cation calls in between central's again. The ultrasound recordings have been slowed down to be in the range of human hearing. Sometimes they put the mess down and up again and then they continue singing. But if another ben approaches they start making noise with their wings. Followed badghis super loud whistle sequence after sequence of sounds the researchers documented one meeting between a male and a female. They think the raised mask and sounds along with odor. Queues may play an important role. In the wrinkle faced bats courtship. The study is in the journal. Plus one many questions remain so researchers returned to the site a year later in hopes of learning more about the elusive bats courtship behaviours. But the bats. Nowhere to be found so you really need to have a lot of luck to learn more about this.

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"badghis" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

Death, Sex and Money

07:10 min | 6 months ago

"badghis" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money

"I mean we worked around it. We. Relied all the time. We said, we were reds houses. Then we would go to that friend's house and say we're going to the other house and then we would just you know. Galvin's. About. Tomba even Dan like honestly I grew up. So sheltered. That my idea of what was rebellious. Very. Very mild like when I came to the states implied I went to a club I was like. Oh My. My. College was like Ooh, this is what people do this free time. Have a HA-. When do you think of the time in your life when you were the most sort of Without gravity kind of like free and off. Off. Without. Constraint I guess. Quite honestly right now. Out of all the lives of lives dishonest my favorite. Oh tell me more about that. It's having a home. It has been a really big part of that I grew up in a bungalow. The had little farm in the back, and that was all I want to I used to talk about it on twitter years before I started writing professionally, I can't wait for my bungalow and I used to buy things for its and then keep them at my mom's garage. We would go antiquing together and I would get all these like old copper kitchen utensils and she's like, why are you getting there? I'm like it's for my bungalow. Like I will. and. All the things. And now I have a bungalow. and. I have my little guidance slash little farm in the back and. As terrible as this pandemic has been in several ways, it's also allowed me to spend like the longest amount of time in this house to since I bought it last year uninterrupted time. and. And find a delightful a Mike you know it's just me and the kitten and the garden and it Knicks. Really. Happy. Do you think of this time as a time of solitude or have you been sort of on the phone or on Zoom with other people in your? Life? A lot of solitude at been avoiding zoom quite a bit. The bookstore destroyed that. I. But other than that. There was there was a lot of solitude and. Ask thinking back to something you said earlier about like being alone in isolation I want that's kind of been my and I realized that one of the things that it's kind of forced me to do is to witness myself. I'm used to, I'm usually somebody who is kind of unsure about a lot of things like unsure about safety unsure about kind of being stable and I would lean on my friends a lot like you know tell me I'm okay and and because we have that kind of community was like okay. Yes. A lot of supporting each other and sharing each other but for me It felt like a lot of things in my life were real. Unless someone else looks at them. And said it's real because I didn't trust my own gays and I didn't just my own assessments and that just goes back to how I was amazed. Everyone was like Yo hurry acting and your to sensitive and. A lot of past trauma. We have literally been conditioned to not trust my exits to not trust myself to not trust. All of that, my intuition. And so I see affirmation from people I do trust because I trust them more than I trust myself I used to at least. And this amounts of alone time. Has Really challenged me. Okay if you're going to paint your walls discolor. no-one else can see it right now. No one can and say like, yes, this is the Kobe shoe painted. You have to make the decision alone and at first it was really sad like made me really sad to be making decisions alone because I wanted sued, you know have my friends come over and we do a guidance together we step together I'm. Someone who likes little bubbles by like my bubbles to be full of like people that I love. I, like the company and like us to be like a low together like I'm over here in my little bubble but you can be right next to me. And we can be alone together Here. In this pandemic in the house, I had to be alone. By myself. And it taught me to trust myself mourn. It taught me that if I am You know nesting and I'm making my space. Beautiful. What does it look like to make it beautiful for only myself? Because I'm only and the only person who's seeing it. I'm not making it beautiful. My friends to show to other people. If I might only audience and in Badghis kind of like sent up this whole cascade like if you only audience what has that change, what does that change in how you act or that changing how you think about yourself? What does that change in your work? If you just removed idea of anyone else being a witnessed and you witness yourself and Baddeck and has been a real fundamental shift. Yeah because you you have so many stories of these wonderful offerings have permission from external prompts at key Elman's in your life. and. Besides painting the wall and choosing wall colors. Is there anything else sort of significant that you know it's like? This was something I'm deciding to do as my audience of one. Of them. I think a lot of the things I'm doing with the garden. It's excessive and I do. Really is. I do things on like a large scale. So it's just like, Oh, painting law it's like Oh. We're doing like a mini little renovation for a house that didn't really need it and we're reorganizing. It's. It's always grab and say, Oh, we're getting a ton of plans and now we're landscaping. I got into landscape architecture accidentally because I was like, Oh, I want my to look like this and then I started looking into what it would take to make that happen and I, was like this is landscape architecture. Wonderful. So now I'm doing inside pig in interior design and another side landscape architecture, which is separate from my gardening. and. That was a lot and sometimes. Backing of investing in yourself you know like the decision to go into writing was like well, if you're going to put all this effort into something for who and so with all the stuff up in doing with the House and the property, it's been like. Does it matter if it's just you living here. Does it have to.

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"badghis" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"badghis" Discussed on The NFL Show

"The league. A lot of times. The mark of a great player is if an alien came down to earth and you had to. The sport to them, you would show them that person. An alien would say oh I get it right. The exact opposite of that is if you wanted to show them a bad player with the eye test. You could show them. The steelers backup quarterback stuff last year. I mean like as you said you, don't. We don't need fancy stats. We don't need to look at pf for Devi away here. Badghis looked bad. It just looked real bad and I thought you were going to say that. Then you show them, Ben, Rothlisberger playing really well, and they're really confused about. Yeah, they're like of what. This guy, a is a hall of fame quarterback wait! What? Yeah I get it I think that a lot of the steelers. Expectations Danny to go back to your earlier point I think that they are confused a bit because number one. They looked bad for stretches. Is journaling. People forget sometimes how good Belzberg can be in that offense. And there's a lot that goes into that, but then beyond that I think the ravens are expected to be, and we'll be such a juggernaut that any team that's playing for second place in their division is automatically dingle bit in the conversation I. Think that there absolutely playoff contender I think if if there's. If, there are breaks. They could be divisional contender. I just think I. I don't see anybody catching the ravens is either of you to see that competition. It's closer than I do. I think if Raucous burgers healthy. It I mean it wouldn't be the craziest thing in the world for them to win. The division I'm not predicting it I think the Ravens are. Definitely, heavy favorites, but I mean I. Don't know that the I've probably maybe the gap is a little bit smaller than you do. If if the quarterbacks healthy. Yeah, I'm kind of in that same. I'm in that same boat. I think that. I think the Ravens are like fourteen Wendy. Maybe fifteen and then the steelers are more like eleven. That's why when I say the gap. Is Big. I don't mean that we're looking.

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"badghis" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"People would trauma and you have to be in this therapy. The good news is therapy. Works a lot faster than talk therapy. But I think it's it's clearly this is what's going on the other things of long-term relationship and not feeling sexual. But it sounds like you may have never felt that sexual or turned on since you've had trauma. And so I think that going to this member love that you're already in therapy. So let's maybe try to mix up therapy that you're doing and see if this could help you 'cause traumas real. Yeah. So that might also have a works pretty quickly like few months time of really sticking to it. Yeah. Because I'm sure that has to do with a lot of this to let's start there. Okay. MDR? Yeah. All right, Laura. Thanks down. Yeah. We can put a link. Yeah. Of course, we can. Thank you for calling Laura and keep me posted get into this therapy. We can put a link in the show notes. I think there's like a main if you Google it like an EM DR site. We could put in the show notes that has like AMD are practitioners near you. And it's been around for a long time. Now AMD are me maybe about twenty years, but I'd say in the last ten to fifteen it's been, oh, it's AMD are dot com. I think it's become a lot of people are saying not just myself that it works wonders because if you are dealing with sexual trauma. No matter how old you are. And you know, this trauma happened. It is having an impact on your sex life right now. And it's because our body has attached our brains of attached to the trauma, and it's really hard to have a healthy sex life, and it helps you release it. And you know, there is some talk in it for sure and talking it through the, unfortunately, not the kind of thing we can figure out ourselves as much as we tried to repress the memories and things that have happened to us with trauma. It's a very specific animal that we just kinda got rewire. So we can have healthy sex and relationships pay we have atom whose twenty in New York, and he wants to know how to deal with foam. Oh in his relationship. Hey, Adam, thanks for calling foam. Oh, fear missing out. I'm good. How are you? Okay. So what are you missing out on? Honestly, I was kind of a late bloomer. I didn't lose my virginity until I was twenty five surprise saying bisexual to live from Badghis tiny, bisexuality, everything and. This is my first serious relationship with guy, and I just don't really feel like I got much chance to explore my sexual elti completely in the four this. Monogamous? Okay. We've talked about like an threesome with the guys because he's gay and. Two girls. Unfortunately. I just don't really know. I forget married moved cross country and. I he shuts down a lot when we have like card con- conversation. That's really tough..

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"badghis" Discussed on Chapo: Kingpin on Trial

Chapo: Kingpin on Trial

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on Chapo: Kingpin on Trial

"By the way, we have left the pavement behind and are now on what did they very muddy dirt road that has basically small ponds water at some points. That looks like a leg. You're fending for lake. Rental just from a small town. That's in the middle of where I was wrong. It's not like this. This is a real pig. We're going to tuna for a bunch of reasons not only is it L Trump was hometown. But these mountains are considered the birthplace of the Mexican drug trade almost all of the top leaders of the scene a little cartel came from here. It's not like there are hotels so Miguel on how is setting us up to see with a guy who's related to Trump. I mean, let do nicest mall town blessed and fifty families living here at it safer floss to stay with people related to shop. Also this guy to help us with access to the family. The roads are rough. There's very limited cell phone service or internet, the military patrol some areas, but for the most part it's under the control of cartel factions. The idea behind us going to tuna is with that's like on the ground. Tell us about the first time it came to Latina was afraid I was thinking out. I'm not sure if I'm coming back. So I was was willing to ride the wheel. Remm serious gives you know, you hear so many stories about these people from the mountains that you're you know, what you don't know What what to. what's going to be the outcome? You don't know for sure if you're not make it back. Up into the forbidding majesty of the great Madria range. Go man this area has been pretty infamous and seen as being lawless since long before El Chapo was born take a look down that means all our funerals if you're into classic Hollywood movies. It's that police were Humphrey Bogart got into trouble with prospecting for goals in the treasure of the Sierra Madre. Why guys are Yoder? We are all this. No, the Mon police. Police wear your badges Badghis Wayne got nobody's. I don't have to the drug trade here dates back to the late eighteen hundreds and surprise, the US plead a big part in how it came to be American companies back then who've relying on immigrants from China to build railroads and working minds. But in eighteen eighty two congress passed the Chinese exclusion act, which banned Chinese labourers from the US many of those workers ended up in northern Mexico doing the same jobs and some brought opium poppies with them for personal use. And then the people of this region. Learn how to refine but begun into heroin, which they start so keep in mind up until the nineteen twenties heroin was legal in the US and Mexico and now roughly a hundred years later, most of the heroin in the US comes from Mexico and the scene allure cartel dominates that market. Well, let's Sierra is a lot more advanced today like more. Have electoral team four wheel drive cars, but things like the roads are much better than they were like one hundred years ago because the government doesn't really seems to about this region. And it's actually the drug lords who tried to take girl things since the ones leaving here. Which is why these guys are so respected and people like them. I'm gonna off the guys and roll roll down the windows. Please just you know. So people are going to be washing us. They can see inside how many people we are. And there is a woman here also. We clubs..

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"badghis" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Savings account, go to their house, swindle them out of it and make them invest in Latin American mining operations. That's a, that's a really, that's a perfect thing for a young couples retirement. Yeah, right there and they're, they're, they're gonna live another ten years and now you're activating. And of course that goes bust. All their money is gone. Right? And there's there these letters that you can read in in library of congress, where people just writing to their members of congress during the glass steagle hearings. The court hearings to glass steagle saying, please ask Charlie Mitchell, why he would target us my. I'm sitting now next to my wife's coffin. She died early because of the stress of realizing our nest egg was gone. So that was a big scandal. I see Wells Fargo's being pretty similar in scope, but now compare the difference in the reactions to them. Right. I think we've come in your to these sort of things that was the takeaway from the great financial crisis. It my cynicism is whatever you think it's much worse. Let's talk a little bit about the Federal Reserve in central bankers, and I'm going to begin with something from lumbar street. A description of the money market. A very famous quote is lend freely at a penalty rate against good collateral that that comes supposedly been called Badgett's. Dictum. The first question is by the way the whole purpose of that is an articulation of how central banks should respond to a panic to avoid a full blown crisis. I who is really the author of that rule, you suggest that it wasn't badger? No, it's it's. It's not Walter badger. You can read the entire book. You know, was many times you'd like him. Never find Badgett's dictum. He hints around it. He talks about lending freely and liquefying. Yep, he's got two chapters that are basically about lending freely. He does talk a little bit about what was good collateral, but mostly on as a set of shared assumptions that everyone would have about what constituted good collateral, which were essentially, you know, good collateral was going to be on these commerce bills, which is basically here. We've got a contract already set up. The refers to real business. It's been done. It's not speculative. Right? That's good collateral, right? And that is not our definition. A good collateral. Good. Glad can be securities right, good today. And that would not have been his definition. He mentioned that just in passing penalty rate, there's a sentence about the idea that like, oh, you wanna you wanna make it hurt a little soldier, premium above what you could get if there wasn't a back in order to discourage this behavior in the future. But interestingly enough, the rest of the book is about not doing that very thing, right? Because if you make, if you stigmatize lending by a central Bank, which penalty rate would do, then you've created the very scenario that badges saying you shouldn't do. So there's no badges dictum. You never said that his book is not about that. And indeed it's ironic because you know, one of the things that he writes in that book is that there are people are so eager for you to say, all right. Well, our central banks, good things or bad things, and you say, well, it's complicated. They're like, why don't care? Right. Welcome to the modern world of politics and he's writing this, you know, in the late eighteen sixties. This is published. Eighteen seventy three. And then he also said, you know, people just don't have appetite for long books. They want short sentences. Uh-huh. And it's hilarious. Move out. This is the thing that bandits book is remembered for short sentence that he never wrote. So who did right that, you know, it's it's hard that I would be interested if our, if our listeners can track this down, I haven't succeeded. I can tell you to people who have popularized it. One is Paul Tucker, who's a great scholar and practitioner of central Banking's got a new book that's just come out. Somebody might consider for for your own for your podcasts and and and for this radio show, he was the deputy governor of the Bank of England during the crisis, and he his has written a lot about this idea and he's the one who's quoted most often for Badghis dictum..

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"badghis" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Al good afternoon to you. And good morning Dr Hutchinson How are, you. Sir Well thank you sir Reverend. Al over the weekend I went ahead and I. Put together a letter I sent a letter to the honorable Sirkin Durocher Badghis ambassador to the. United States of, America And to make a long story short I went ahead and I apologized on behalf of all of us here in the US towards the recent behavior exhibited by. This so-called leader towards her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth and Prime Minister Theresa may and the people of the United Kingdom for. The lack of manners and etiquette that Donald Trump, has shown repeatedly all throughout but especially to, the British people the pictures that we saw on Friday Reverend. Al were just downright and balancing humiliating and if no one in this, country wasn't appalled then I'm sorry as Dr Hutchison but say you must, be on another planet if you didn't see, it all, I, can say Reverend Al is. That if President Obama had said what this so-called. Leader said upon arriving back at Andrews Air Force base he would have been told that he That there was now, a measure in the US congress to start impeachment proceedings and. After those impeachment proceedings he would be put on trial in the Senate, is terrible wherein out and I look forward to hearing what you joke, two gentlemen have to say about it Thank all.

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"badghis" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Like if mitchell is more like dennis smith where we asked to attack the rim the team kinda has to be perfectly built around him to succeed but a guy like mitchell i think he's shooting like seven threes the game you could almost go anywhere and shoot seven threes game you can make them i imagine badghis makes some so much easier having that shot on your bag i was looking back at the mitchell scuttling report from our twenty seventeen and be draft guide last year and like some of his weaknesses they're still kind of there in a way they haven't necessarily gone away we'll take some wild shots he's still not the most efficient guy so that makes me think like usually when i'm looking for the quote unquote next mitchell i'm looking for inefficient guy i'm looking for someone who's not gonna take wild shots but i think the unique thing with him that's maybe not so common as the fact that he does play within himself development hasn't happened yet and some of those years but he knows what to do as we saw in game two the other night where when he needed to playmaker with ricky rubio out he took that on did take less risky shots granted it wasn't efficient night for him which is a really strong over all night for him right and there was that one pass that he made he funneled into the defense and then just wits this like magical pass out to joe ingles for three it was like i i have no idea he had that in actually it's kind of cliche but like he has a good feel for the game like mitchell just a smart basketball player and that goes a long way to and you're a young guy he doesn't need to be coached about basic things he found his role on both sides of the ball he reads the floor reasonably well see no he takes a lot of bad shots at times he's able to exist in the psych very disciplined system so i'm gonna pitch you a guy as i think the same players donovan mitchell but this is my guy miles bridges i think there's something there in terms of miles you'd pretty projectable three point shot he's a great athlete he's got reasonable amounts of feel for the.

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"badghis" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on WCTC

"Was talking to a friend who badghis just went to your was was at sea yes and and he told me the demand seems to be from the consumer that we want our phones to do more and it to perform essentially automate if you will or assist with our daily tasks for you and isaac extremely yet imperative because uh there are days i might go days with but i do a lot of work on my phone now yet so you you know our work is what we're doing you mentioned the other night on the show that that uh you know people looking at you might look like your face booking or texting someone but a lot of times were looking at our phones were work yeah uh it and it might be anywhere so we as a society we look or that's what that's where the man is going right now we want more assistance uh from our our fault we want it whether it's the apps or the the actual found in proprietary items and features on those funds that do that that's gotta what uh what they saw with the the iphone and and apple had ended especially in their last quarter where their profit so were really really strong by the way those ads at facebook and the fact that you sir judge when you service for something and then all of a sudden it a facebook at those ads that entire implementation came from the c o and that is but she basically brought that to google by mean that she was really responsible in a ford by most of that.

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"badghis" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

"You know often largely psychological that have to do with like our upbringing in like our parents and the our culture ends where we live and what country we live in separate cetera and then there are limitations that are um wednesday that we probably have to acknowledge like i i have had to acknowledge that i need a lot of time in badghis lake not doing anything um and allowing my body to rest or ethnology that if i go to like a big lau party i'm probably going to crash and not be very physically capable for you know a number of days or even have like a bad fever or something like that for a number of days afterward so i think it's both um and also just like a quick note i think that it's important to mention that boundaries that are psychological or ones that we have somehow created by being raised in a certain way or or traumas that have happened to us or what not like they're not any less quote unquote real than the ones that are physiological like i it really bothers me when people use that kind of language or talk about things that have been related to mental issues in that way like i was just talking to a friend about how trauma is so often linked to the illness fibromyalgia uh but just because fibromyalgia often happens if was trauma doesn't mean that like it's not a real pain in your nerves and like pain in your joints and like fatigue they it also rienzi of like a fianna apple lyric that i really like that's um he said it's all in your head and they said suzanne everything but he didn't get it does beautiful i love how referential you are it's it's really it makes me really happy that you're able a poll in such diverse field outlawed a sports metaphor like it's it's wonderful.

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"badghis" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on WWL

"In your time sending text you probably sent one or two perhaps to the wrong person where i am i wrong they're possibly maybe some pictures but not enough in badghis pictures that are embarrassing pictures that in bears i grabbed that line if it cannot that why does it not surprise me osama gretna what's going on a your on wwl sam or question a just one that will not more on decided to a youth up at fifteen seconds so fame i was wind up to call the couple met uh lipka courtney on a report matter of voice my you maybe the specs sense for you possibly uh but i i felt like i was listening to keiper terrel with the knowledge and not realistically and as uh and and then you know a and you write to cut that got off in my view of what the believe me i'm not a prude i am not a prude and uh wouldn't be qualified the big church deacon i assure you let slip when set that a buzz stores wise zacklin that's exactly why do the same because i would wanted by talking about my my daughter or white that way and that's that's all to me why did it and look i've said some dumb things in the past all right but i've also been collateral though no i said a sense of governor like that but i said some stupid things i even said some insensitive things at times but but i had somebody check me so everybody has to get check every once in a while just happens feel like he bob oh boy there was a check out how i mean does look like great sharper bought by most you buddy there but but again win or lose you know something well what but let's not do that everybody you know already i was hoping for nine in southern when the first try to play offs so don't get me wrong won the gold away dummy they've already exceeded what i was hoping for showing thoughts not let us not throw mud on it win or lose you know and thought but anyway currently courtney's were quote was very were thorough it like you when she was going through the also il putts of wind i'm thinking at least cents one area where we match.

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"badghis" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on WEEI

"Have now that you didn't have is that you have football teams playing meaningful football games later in the season everyone has a chance when you've got eight teams that can make a play off i think it's very challenging for up letter directors and finance people to travel to places that are not familiar but at the same time a team that gets hot late in the season that might not have been a let might have been eliminated years ago under the old system midway point ten in one two years a row didn't that plane a playoff game in you've got other teams in other sports ago three in seventeen and they get a playoff spot so i think it's good i think it can be tweets and i think thanksgiving we have to honor all those traditions in massachusetts that's what makes massachusetts football unique i think in in uh as we having unique situation in you know we have the thanksgiving rivalry and by yet which trying to have uh a tournament you know when it stopped surrounding halloween and it just it just seems like an eye on this end it because i but i thought i league was a good league and we had a rivalries in the league in there was 10 12 team league but i i know why we had to go to this because some of the yellow leaks basically blew up in badghis just weren't the same so i missed the all the old system been around a long time but hey hey it's so way it as in you know the kids the kids like it i think and so that's good mom little selfish because coming here from canton but we will once the small school nhaca mug league so i am far it it's given us an opportunity to split the league into which can happen any way but now we definitely go well weekin weekout against schools that are similar enrollment lives with us and and then you get into the playoffs in you all anything can happen so for us definitely far it it's kind of read the little life into the programme you because you know we can channel we've had two six in five seasons last year we step backwards a little bit but winning is winning.

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"badghis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

"You're listening to your rica a monocle 24 this week we hear the story of george bevis founder and ceo of the innovative thing tech company tide which is on a mission to revolutionise banking for small business this week george shares a story unless the students there's an exciting time i started as not credit when tony badghis on his election and those whole coup britannia mood in the air and so much as students who issing name change world i think my generation had a particularly strong sense of the after another tbilisi of all of us changing all aspects of a few of anti and while as the student added low stuff in student politics i thought a lot about potentially mean career in politics but i also graduated in two thousand men the dotcom bubble was as a peak actually the point that i left universe out already started a little south up to that point my immediate view with that i was going to be doing talking entrepeneurship sadly the dotcombubble had its own history to it happens and so did that that little venture it was like a very early facebook with the unfortunate failing that nobody yet she had digital cameras in those days so whereas facebook growth backup people checking each other out university checking allowing that just tax perverse wasn't quite exciting so we tried to him as startup in two thousand and did a reasonable festival in missouri different times no real support around for young entrepreneurs and let the loris now.

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"badghis" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on No Jumper

"I've i've seen him uh i don't know him personally but i've seen him talk and you know what i'm saying is listening to i know he's a smart guy so i don't think that uh you know what regardless of public perception in what people's he'll are all he's crazy you know what i'm saying d'une is he doing it i dunno presently so i'm not saying they whatever's going on as well badghis noda i've seen conversations day he's had where he comes off as a smart guy so i note noted the dow like he's aware whatever he's doing he's conscious of everything that he doing in i just hope that is a plan to it all and not just hold as a message you know when you're in the that a writing rooms scenario did that occurred you of like you know because being a writer for a big tv show is like a very like rare covered the thing you've here in the tv industry or whatever but you're used to doing stuff on your own and a lot of wiz that it occurred to you as like i could like do this for career liberians these right him scenarios be evolved the production of shows are do you want to have more of like a strain of handson approach to your concern our own whoa whoa like i say i'm used to light pudding hours into light mark kraft so i won't whenever some i see like a whatever minute video like i put ours into is so is is like i'm used to like if it takes me to sit there and we got a script out you know what i'm saying where forward everything that's going on and dana goes to the next level where we're talking i'm talking to meyer viagra for his in china communique would then what i want to do and then he goes to the next level wound say and now we worked what everybody china communique was going on now working language in this in that so i was i was already you know what i'm saying use to the different views to the different uh that element so is just like.

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"badghis" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Badghis judged blow remind you uber and into luck factors that in and goes i'm not playing because i need a new coach which it's the most anti anderlecht thing you can imagine yeah look probably wouldn't do that the gap i'm healthy i'm good to go but i want this gotta get can't i don't think he would do that but it's just a weird twist on the whole deal on abc the colts draft sam darnell you are fake news that's that's probably not going to heaven brazil show willgame came today is being radio joe mix in hussein and in due to andrew lockwood luck did manning the saying i'm not saying i'm just saying how about what was it was at this week will people wondered if the now we had one guy there was only one guy one guy rule suggested they trade looking keeper set percebt can move one guy we have one guy said he had this account okay an audience of one i think joe mix in being frustrated and martavis bryant being frustrated two different teams here i think it's a new thing this isn't just the old school selfish a new thing is it play here and i'll tell you what that is an extra bouquet and it's easy and radio tim aspects gonna be with us for a couple segments stocks metaph l with him coming up at the end of this our top next hour as well and a little baseball for the world series sovereign duty good to go sports illustrated the that's going to happen brazil show on espn radio presented by progressive insurance progressive is celebrating five years and more than five hundred cars donated to vets to learn more visit keys to progress dot com.

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"badghis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The continuing our series on the media in transition now and we're off to france some of the country's biggest publications the doing what was once unthinkable teaming up with former competitors to fight off the threat posed by facebook and google so how does it work monaco's reese james has been speaking to a paris correspondent tom badghis will soon okay thank you joining this tom so france's biggest meteorite lisa making something of a stand against can gugel and facebook's digital advertising jewell play how are they doing well as as people know facebook and gugel all within the reach of billions of people and they've got a huge wealth of data and these two big john's the titans of digital advertising basically take around half of all the revenues worldwide now what's left off to those two is an extremely fragmented market in france is a good example of that because after facebook and gugel you've got dozens of much smaller players but no one even comes close to google facebook when it comes the digital advertising but that's until now and so what the what various a publishing outlets have decided to do is the joint forces of they have something that resembles of comparable size of of machine to compete against those two when it comes to the digital advertising proposition and telling clients that we have a reach not far off the reach of of the likes of and facebook and why they doing this but it is the only way that they can compete with them it says we here with highly visible we know the french market so advertise with us that's the message if you could tell us a little bit more about who's in these new light is to reach you'll have once they join forces.

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"badghis" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"A horrible idea them you take away a huge rooney source biride run in badghis could happen that we can have that that's just not permissible i'd be curious know every time we run a surplus in social security how much of that gets rolled over to the next year or will how much zero they'll do that a little over the spending and they're onto they don't caring for the didn't they just don't does it would make sense that if you did have that surplus in he could rolette over a hill a couple of years been he's actually like lower the social security tax according to al gore goes into the trust one yeah okay you know what the balances and the trust one russia wellknown zero zero there is no such thing he has allied to you i'm sorry to say but out entail truth so there is no money from you to your social security kugler boundaries all published in get on the web if he lied to me about that i trope it's not to me about the global warming of till the polar bears i heard they'll would experience so but i will anyhow before i forget social security private hasn't so scary chile the nation of chile where i lived platforms exchange student many years ago privatized obscured a few decades ago but two decades kelly privatized just obscured and they did it in a way that was pretty well thought out and pretty smart they put a couple of safeguards in one this gives you you're counties you contributed use like your phone k y you could say where was invested much a return ones that can they controlled it the keppy and blowing themselves up which is the the story that nancy pelosi company will give using single they're humans stock market oats risky what were you think 401 k is bright run saint place anyhow with it isn't in chile was they limited the options to the people like government here the government first program has like a stock option he treasury option in a year and teed option that's it in his count that it within the game like three options to invest in a relative very conservative options they also give them a floor so they said daca of you invest all your money and you believe yourself up get the.

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"badghis" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"badghis" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

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