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Keith Morrison reads Dr. Seuss How The Grinch Stole Christmas

The Mysterious Mr. Epstein

05:07 min | 9 months ago

Keith Morrison reads Dr. Seuss How The Grinch Stole Christmas

"How the grinch stole christmas by dr seuss. Every who down in whoville light. Christmas a lot but the grinch live just north of veal did not the grinch hated christmas whole christmas season. Please don't ask why no one quite knows. The reason it could be as head wasn't screwed on just right it could be. Perhaps his shoes are too tight. But i think that the most likely reason of all may have been that. His heart was two sizes too small. Whatever the reason is hard or shoes. He stood there on christmas eve. Hating the who's staring down from his cave with a sour grinchey frown. The warm lighted windows below on the town for he knew every who down in whoville beneath was busy now hanging mistletoe wreath and they're hanging stockings. E snarled with a sneer. Tomorrow is christmas it practically here. Then he growled with his grinch figures nervously drumming. I must find some way to stop christmas from a main for tomorrow. He knew all the who girls and boys would wake brighton early. They'd rush for their toys and then whole the noise show the noise. Doi's noise noise. That's one thing. He hated the noise. Noise noise noise. Then the who's young and old would sit down to a feast. And they feast on they feast and they feast. Feast feast feast. They would feast on who pudding and rare who rose beast which was something that grinch couldn't stand in the least and then they do something he liked. Leashed all every who down in whoville. The tall and this mall would stand close together with christmas bells ringing. They'd stand hand in hand and who's would start singing. They'd sing sing sing. sing sing. Sang and the more the grinch thought of the who christmas saying the more the grinch thought. I must stop this whole thing. Why for fifty three years. I've put up with it now. I'm must stop christmas from coming. But how then he got an idea. An awful idea the grinch gonna wonderful off idea. I know just what to do. The grinch laughed in his throat and he made a quick santa claus hat and a coat and he chuckled and clucked. What a great grinchey trick with this code in this hat. I'll look just like saint. Nick all i need a reindeer. The grinch looked around but since reindeer are scarce there were none to be found. Did that stop the old grinch. No the grinch simply said if. I can't find a reindeer make quan instead. So he called his dog max then. He took some red thread and he tied bighorn on the top of his head. Then he loaded some bags and symbols empty sacks on a ramshackle sleigh and he hitched up old. Max then the grinch said got up and the slaves started down toward the homes. Where the who's they snooze in their town all their windows were dark quiet. Snow filled the air. And the who's were all dreaming sweet dreams without care when it came to the little house on the square. This is stop number one. The old grinchey clause est any climbed to the roof. Empty bags his fist then. He slid down the chimney around tight pinch but if santa could do it then socal the grinch he got stuck only once for a moment or two then. He stuck his head out of the fireplace flu where the little who stockings all hung in a row. These stockings grin are the first things to go. Then he slithered and slunk with a smile most unpleasant around the whole route and he took every president. Pop guns bicycles roller-skates drums checkerboards tricycles popcorn plums. And he stuffed them in day than the grinch buried nibley stuff dole the bags one by one then. He slumped to the ice box. He took the who feast. He took a who pudding. He took the roast beast. He cleaned out the icebox. Quick flash way the grinch even took the last can of who hash

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"doi" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"doi" Discussed on TechStuff

"Soft and vivendi were still jockeying for position in a battle to own the company. Ubisoft soft kept doing the two things that really it had become known for publishing video games and growing expanding the company even more so it opened up studios in the philippines and opened up one in serbia ended. Acquired a mobile game studio in france called ketchup and be soft. Did shutdown one studio and twenty sixteen. That was ubisoft casablanca in morocco They said that the way that the video games industry was moving. There was just no real place for that studio anymore. So that one got shut down but also in two thousand sixteen a former ubisoft developer named maxime 'bo-doi wrote a blog post explaining his decision to leave ubisoft. It was his quote unquote dream job now in that post. He revealed that the process of creating a game. Ubisoft was just so gargantuan that it was hard to feel that you are actually contributing anything significant and explained that ubisoft just had so many studios working on each title that development literally never stopped during the week because while it was quitting time at one studio. There'd be another studio in a different part of the world where the day was just getting started in so developers would just be picking right up where the others had been leaving off and with as many as a thousand people working on a single game. He said you just couldn't avoid but feel like you were. A little cog in a giant machine and cogs are replaceable which he said was having a big negative impact on morale and motivation. He said that if you get to a point where. Each person is specializing to such a minute degree. Because you have just so many different bodies working on this game then it take a lot of imagination. To to envision a scenario where the company replaces you because it's a very specific task that you doing so he said that that was really demotivating for a lot of people. He said that these were problems that go along with creating huge games with a huge teams and this was not necessarily specific to ubisoft itself rather as an industry problem. And the push to crank out title after title in big franchises..

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"doi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"doi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Music and the musicians who inspire them. Last week, the singer songwriter Mia Doi Todd told us why she's grateful for the basest producer and singer Steven Lee Bruner, who performs as thunder cat bass frequencies, they move the heart and the core, so I just love the base and thunder Cat is a genius Bass player, super lyrical. Like Jacko. Pistorius, We're gonna go to Thundercats next. So what would you like to say to him High Thunder Cat. T o E. I hope you're well these days. Put on your records, and I don't feel lonely. Even in these crazy times. I feel like everything's gonna be okay. And thunder Cat joins us now. Welcome to play forward. Thank you for having me that was very sweet. What do you think of what you just heard from you doing, Todd? I think that was it was a little slightly overwhelming. You know, it's ah, appreciate it beyond reason. Make me feel better about everything a bit right now. Yeah. Very sweet of her to do that. What's it like Tonto here that people are listening to your music and feeling less lonely. It's trippy. It's pretty trippy, You know, um It's so weird how it translates. I feel like it's a sometimes you don't know how it's going to translate. So it's always like.

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Duch, Prison Chief Who Slaughtered for the Khmer Rouge, Is Dead at 77

Forum

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Duch, Prison Chief Who Slaughtered for the Khmer Rouge, Is Dead at 77

"Rouge commander who ran in infamous prison for the regime has died in the Cambodian capital. Michael Sullivan has this story 77 year old King Yukio, Better known as Comrade Doi died early Wednesday morning and phenomenons Compare Soviet Friendship Hospital. He'd been sick for years. In 2010, a joint compare U. N tribunal found him guilty of mass murder, torture and crimes against humanity linked to US time is commandant of the notorious Tool slang Prison. Where an estimated 14,000 people died in a prison. Few left alive. The tribunal sentenced to life in prison. A former schoolteacher, was the first high ranking member of the Khmer Rouge to face trial. At least 1.7 million people were either executed or died from torture, starvation or overwork under Camaro Rouge rule from 1975 to 1979. For NPR News on Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai. Thailand again on

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"doi" Discussed on The Anthropocene Reviewed

The Anthropocene Reviewed

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"doi" Discussed on The Anthropocene Reviewed

"So one weird thing about me is that I have signed my name over five hundred thousand times. This effort began in earnest. Back in twenty eleven when I decided to sign the entire first printing of a novel had written the the idea was that I would sign sheets of paper that would then be bound into copies of the book as they were printed and so over the course of a few months signing between lean six and eight hours a day I signed around two hundred fifty thousand of these sheets. Sometimes I listen to podcasts or audiobooks while signing but a lot of the time I just sat there alone in my basement signing my name over and over again I never really found it boring boring because each time I was trying to achieve some ideal form that I have in my head of what my signature looks like and I can never quite achieve it and paying attention to the slight variations was also engaging in a way I find really difficult to explain. There's a very specific each within my brain that repetitive action scratches. I realized there may be some connection there to my having obsessive excessive compulsive disorder but then again lots of people enjoy doodling which is really all my signing oils. Down to doodling is good even for healthy brains. It relieves stress in ways. Similar to pacing or fidgeting and it can actually aid with attentiveness. A two thousand nine nine study published in applied cognitive psychology found that people given yson's to doodle recalled more information than non dude lers perhaps because doodling requires just enough brain power to keep the mind from wandering. Now I wouldn't say I enjoy repetitive tasks exactly but I do benefit from them. Sometimes when I feel really burnt out and exhausted and I don't know what to do with myself or whether my work matters or if I'm ever going to do anything of use to anyone I asked my publisher publisher to send me ten or twenty thousand sheets of paper and I signed them just to have something specific and measurable to do for a week or two. I don't even know whether those sheets up in books I hope they do and I hope they make readers happy but to be honest I do it for myself breath because it makes me not happy exactly but engrossed which is what I wanNA feel most of the time time. I think it's such an ugly word. Engrossed I such an absolutely beatific experience. I I saw the ink. Drawings of here Yuki Doi in two thousand six at the American folk art museums. Show about obsessive drawing. Doi's drawings are epic conglomerations of circles. Thousands or tens of thousands of tiny circles is tightly packed together combining to form vast wildly intricate abstractions. Some people say they look like teeming masses asses of cells or like Galactic Nebula. Why or like souls Trans Migrating? The one that struck me most was two thousand three redrawing shaped vaguely like a human. I turned on its side fifty five inches high and twenty seven inches wide like many of of his works. It is untitled at times. The circles branch off from each other. Like blood vessels at others. They seem to swirl around centers is of gravity and as I looked longer and longer at those circles they took on a third dimension and I felt like I could step into the drawing doing like the circles. Were not just before me. But also above and below and behind and within Doi didn't set out to be an artist. He was a successful chef in nineteen eighty. When his younger brother died of a brain tumor overwhelmed with grief he began to draw circles and found? He could not stop drawing them because they helped him find quote relief from the sadness and grief. What fascinates me about Doi's drawings is partly the glaring obsessive -ness of them they look like circling recur Sive thoughts made visible and they are deeply engrossing? You can lose yourself inside. Annoy drawing growing which is maybe the point but they also communicate the desire to find relief from the consuming pain of loss. Deutsche uses that word regularly interviews relief and that is what I am also desperate for whenever I get knocked over by grief or pain or panic when I was young a friend of mine died and afterwards I would wake up each morning and for a moment I would not be aware of her death. And I'd feel normal for just a millisecond before the great eight stifling curtain of grief descended. Sometimes I would try to go to sleep just so I could wake up and have that precious moment of innocence of relief. We talk of grief in stages denial bargaining acceptance. And so on but for me. At least it is mostly a series of tightly packed circles fade over time like ink exposed to light until you can't remember what you want to until there's no you to do the remembering. Why have I signed my name? Half a million times. Why Hiroyuki spent the last forty years drawing tiny circles? I don't know here's what he says about it. I have to keep on working working otherwise nothing will be brought into existence and I guess that's true but sometimes I feel like the paper is better before we get a hold of it when it still would other times. I love the marks. We leave the few like gifts and signs. Mike Trail Markers in the wilderness. I know we've left scars everywhere. And that are obsessive desire to make and have do and say say and go and get six of the seven. Most common verbs in English may ultimately steal away our ability to be the most common verb in English. Even though we know that none of our marks will really last that time is coming not just for all of us but for all we make we can't stop scribbling. Can't stop seeking relief wherever we can find it but I am nonetheless. Glad D- that here Yuki Keeps on working bringing things into existence creating out of the materials of the human spirit. Something which did not exist. Just before as William Faulkner put it I am grateful to be unwound in those cramped circles of restless yearning. I give here. You can doors ink drawing four stars. Thanks for listening to the anthem. ASEAN reviewed which was written by me edited by Stan Muller and produced by Rosanna House robots. I am Tony Phillips. Joe Board is our technical director and Hannah's Brown makes the music. Thanks also to Leia. Who wrote in to share with me? How thoroughly human rectangles are and my wife? Sarah who suggested the topics of today's reviews. If you'd like to suggest a topic or just say hi. Please email us at anthrocene reviewed at G MAIL DOT COM. We get such wonderful emails emails and I apologize for not responding to any of them but please note that reading them makes me feel like an Agnes Martin. Painting does thanks again in for listening. We'll see you on the last Thursday.

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How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal

ESPN FC

06:19 min | 1 year ago

How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal

"Program affirming league matches over the next seventy two hours. Big Tomorrow Chelsea against also at Stamford Bridge. We focus on Chelsea because it really me has been quite a roller coaster. Franklin pod side over the last few weeks they just can't get any sort of consistency going. Frank Leboeuf let's start with view is a former Chelsea man. How concerned are you with that form of late? I'm not too much concern about the fact that Chelsea he has no consistency Because of what happened last summer the fight it couldn't get any a new player. Franklin pod with a young coach as many young players in the squad. And and of course you're going to find an experience in that in that matter and for me just normal to see after Boxing Day player need to digest the fact that they are to play too many. I need to many games in the short show. Timing so I'm not surprised. A little bit frustrated sometimes especially against Newcastle. They saw the game. And then you say Oh my God. Yeah Yeah they should have done better. Of course he can do better every time better but Nobody could have bet jussie could have been do know fourth Even in January five months ahead of bunches to united and some other clubs. So it's not that bad but consider that you have what joining you you can t willion as very experienced top world players. Otherwise very young gems mount police each Arab labral Doi and some and some other. So it's just normal to suggest strugging little bits at some point but but I think it's stealing from me a positive season and a good season from Franklin pollen the players. Well it depends. I suppose on how it all ends. Isn't it because as much as he's gone gone in good grace considering the start of the season. You're in a position now. Where Really Champions League has to be your goal considering as well? Let's go number on the uniting right and Spurs and also Latin mass which you talked about before you wouldn't talk four. I understand he's done well. But Cohen you need to get over the line. Yeah absolutely it's good to be an optimistic and rightly so but at the same time I think frank of all the manages a thing he'll be the straight one listen asking we're going to need it. A complete rebuild united as we said a way off and I think frank will be frustrated because the losses at the bridge the losses against West Ham Southampton bomber loss loss against Newcastle last week. It's Jones Park. This team could be sitting in second they could be well. Clear and nailed on fought for so frank will probably be for straight because Frank Atlanta's John about it'd be frustrated because you'll be looking what's behind him and it'd be thinking if inconsistent and all of a sudden if spurs or United Wolves can really really good run together we might be then endanger missing out on top four so that will be a real concern. I do happen to find some against at home so a little bit of a contradiction I know but awesome in great form under medical arts. Only one winning five. They look very flaky leaking goals of fun and I think this might be the ideal game for Chelsea. The last thing they would've would've needed was a was a tricky tie against someone that's going to sit in and that's why they've struggled. I need more goals from areas so I think this type again going to come at them actually might suit Chelsea going frank quickly. Yeah just one. To two done of course is frustrating and of course Franklin Paul can be an could have been better but again you know when when you see when we talked we can talk about mentioned saination and we did a lot of time in every shows that we do when you see us and as you said you know. Shrugging you can wonder you know if it's not something positive. Don't forget that Chelsea is still in the Champions League so it means a lot you know with the young and experienced players achieving. What Franken Capote's doing right now is something for me and I think we try to de mean what is doing and what the players doing? And we can't have too much into to team who does well overall doesn't know what is the biggest level. Yeah I think I agree the same time. When you look at the squad's that are going for the top? Four take take months in Liverpool at the equation Chelsea of the best squad. Another young still got in my opinion. The best squad at of all the big teams trying to get in the top four in you mentioned the goalkeeper who's not ungrateful got good defenders. James is a very promising play until you ruediger. That is one of the Best Senator Offs in my opinion the League. Then you go into midfield and we talk about Canton Coverage Georgina. They've got the talent in our no. Franks looking for someone. That's going to score them. Goals Dell's because Williams hasn't got too many to shine. That put a sixteen injured but the looking for more from Hudson adopt more from Pedro who hasn't started to many games so anno- is quite happy with is the front man that he's GonNa bring crust strike or of course but I know that he's looking from goals in a wide area pre in the studio call him Lampert. BFF Traffic Birth Frank. They were talking about we. We've gone too much time. Well I don't Care Chelsea we'll just stay on whether we can move the break then whether we sit here and talk show scar till the coast. Come home until I know the different because the transfer of Baden Lost Eden is odd. But Let let's. It's not cry about all that stuff. We're talking Solska with heads injuries and has job frontline. Pop cannot escape scrutiny. If Chelsea I self destruct and overtaken by this horrible united site or will or maybe even taught them lit run so he can't. We cannot judge and sit here even save source guys not necessarily as a Frank Lampard. Doesn't get them into four from the position. Then I'm afraid and he's going to have to come his way who wins tomorrow. Chelsea Elsie to catch up with more HISLOP's fascinating musings. You can catch all day podcast which is available on the website. Plenty of bonus material there as well

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"doi" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"doi" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"Intuitively that that now since i went over research old i'm going to happen to me you. Can't you might be very unlikely. That happens to you at all but it's the way we want tube sort of apply. It sounds like everybody deep down watts certainty about these things and it's just it's just not doable. Absolutely absolutely are there is a great point that we want. I mean we feel good about certainty if feels easy it's the emotionally safe place why can be certain about this and science actually in skepticism and rational thinking actually demands that we allow uncertainties that we realize that okay we can't actually be completely certain that we have the whole world pick down and from there in every topic you start looking at you will get a better knowledge if you acknowledge that there's uncertainties here but for us emotionally. It doesn't feel easy. It takes cognitive energy yeah. It doesn't feel good. I mean speaking of energy. I spent some time in cognitive behavioral therapy specifically for my o._c._d. But one of the biggest things we worked on his just the sitting with uncertainty in k. with it and they have i mean that's something that i'm still working on but it's a <unk> realized how important it is in order under to just be able to live your best life in some ways but speaking of uncertainty as well since we're getting a little low on time <hes> i wanted to ask about something that that both of you bring up in the in the series in that i've heard alison talk about <hes> a few times because it does seem and that worth talking about and that is that stress about risks pose a health risk. That seems kind of annoying. So what do we do about that. You read you read our risk post and you reduce. Yes and that's a big. I feel so sorry when when when i feel like saying to people like you shouldn't stress comes to me and says relaxing look what do you feed your kids because i'm worried about this and this and i tried to say that this is probably not going to be such an issue and this is not because because so and so and then i say that and you shouldn't worry doi's it's because worried self is a risk but i don't want them to worry about worrying. There's no finland soup but i think giving giving posted messages and not distress out people we warnings would be a great start alison. You always say that especially when it comes to the parenting issues right that stress about risks pose health risks i could i can sort of feel it may chesimard these recipes of stress. Hormones can't be good for me but i've at least learned to sort of not stress about the stuff that as as we talked about earlier may not matter as much <hes> slow from going to stress about. I'll say what my kids are eating. I'm stressing about whether you know they ate fruits and veggies for the day and i'm a real stickler for that but outside side of that i've again give that i'm privileged enough that their environments in their lives have so many beneficial protective <hes> aspects that i don't know there's there's enough to worry about gullikson. I would agree..

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"doi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"doi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's called DOI trying. The nine and a half minute music. Video is shocking depiction of Germany's violent past. It includes a scene at a concentration camp. Music critic, Jens Christian, Robert translates, the lyrics Germany Mahad flames a one to love you, but I want to continue to Germany, your love is a well curse rabbi has criticized Ramstein in the past for using violent German stereotypes to sell albums. But this time he says the band actually seems to be sounding in the lawn for Europe. But when you take a look at Poland, or even Italy, you have a lot more successful right wing parties, down rice over here, too. And that makes a song like stance, dodge creepy. Eighteen year old Henry Schultz, Ramstein superfan, who sees how right wing nationalism is tearing Europe's unity soon ommercial goes Biden, on the of the enzyme, too. I think of myself as a European who is also a germ. We're go to my parents told me about growing up in a divided country. My grandparents told me about the war, I'm proud to live in the European Union. I've learned, it's a place where we work together with others, instead of fighting alone German. Mom acre, Peter Beyer faith how working together in post-war alliances remade, his country, Germany, as stance today. What not be there without the permission in support, but others after the allies, defeated the Nazi regime, the US help rebuild Germany's devastated economy through the Marshall plan, I love United States of America, always wanted to go there we spent a lot of vacation in the USA and for the past year buyer has been coordinator of transatlantic cooperation in Chancellor Angela Merkel government we thought it was a given thing. Everything is going smoothly. Transatlantic relations words, synonym for NATO, then came Donald Trump. He called NATO obsolete and complain loudly and repeatedly about Germany, not paying its fair share of defense costs. He declared that German car exports hurt the US and accused Chancellor Merkel of ruining her country by allowing in my grits. The strangest best this president of is very vocal about staying. There are. Different started approach that is a very nasty. Donald Trump, like the populist politicians rising in Europe, has denounced, globalization word.

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"doi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"doi" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm doi- cycle kowtow in Caracas green uniformed officers. Standing with Venezuela's top military brass pledged their support publicly for embattled President, Nicolas Maduro. Meanwhile, in Washington Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo called Maderas authoritarian rule illegitimate invalid saying the US now recognizes that country's national assembly head one Guido as the interim president I asked my colleagues to reconvene a meeting of foreign ministers to continue our conversation on the peaceful democratic transition for Venezuela. History will remember whether we help them or not Pompeii was speaking at a meeting of the thirty five member organization of American states. He told the group the US is ready to offer twenty million dollars in humanitarian aid to support as he put it then as well as return to democracy, and he repeated that the Trump administration is not withdrawing its diplomats, California fire. Investigators say that a private electrical systems sparked a twenty seventeen fire that killed twenty two people and destroyed more than five thousand homes Maria lay goes from member station. K acuity reports the findings are good news for one states. Embattled utilities, which may file for bankruptcy next week back in two thousand seventeen the tubs. Fire raced through neighborhoods in sonoma's county, ultimately reducing an entire subdivision to ashes and causing some ten billion dollars damage. Many victims blamed PG the state's largest utility for sparking the fire but state fire. Investigators now say that privately maintain. Pain. Power lines. Started the blaze PG stock shot up following the news. But the company is still expected to file for bankruptcy protection. Next week PG is still blamed for eighteen other fires in two thousand seventeen and is now under investigation in connection with the massive campfire the killed eighty six people. You're listening to NPR news. And you're listening to KCRW news. I'm Steve shiitake is five thirty two. Here's what's happening right now. The top story is something that's happening in downtown. Los Angeles is the one zero one freeway.

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Alibaba just had the biggest online shopping day of all time

CNBC's Fast Money

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Alibaba just had the biggest online shopping day of all time

"You can even call it the Super Bowl of shopping on steroids? Now, here's what Allie Baba's president had to say about it scale on CNBC earlier today. This year, we expect it will be well more. Well, over a billion packages and our goal particularly with the investments in the enhancement that we've made in smart logistics, both domestically and for our international consumers, we would expect that people should be receiving those packages within three to four days. Many people will receive the packages on the same day. Now a billion packages expected, and that's just ten years after Alibaba created this holiday to celebrate singled him now to put its growth another way look at the sales over that time in two thousand nine gross merchandise volume or jam v was eight million dollars last year. It was twenty five billion dollars and this year. Evans says will be the biggest yet. But guys are could be some headwinds for Alabama this year. There's the slowing Chinese economy that could dampen some shopper enthusiasm, and there's rising competition from smaller ecommerce players like JD dot com and pinged doi- who have formed strategic alliances with Alibaba's. Biggest competitor China. Ten cent. Now, it is possible that these factors also dampening sentiment. Among investors ahead of this weekend. And according to data don't hold your breath for pop after the event after this weekend. No matter how big the headline jam v numbers are shares traded negatively on all singles days or the first trading day after singles days since Alibaba became a public company in twenty four. A month later Alibaba traits lower seventy five percent of the time underperforming, the SNP, Melissa. Alright deirdre. Thank you, not very good odds in terms of Alibaba stop. But I think a lot of people will be looking at the numbers come Monday and trying to extrapolate what this means for the Chinese economy, which could affect sentiment in the broader

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"doi" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"doi" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Me with it geic. Why? Why? Why are you? So we'll go around into tractor, eating fresh things out of the ground. I wanna housewives, seeing get the hell out of a forum. Listen, you're the one who is like all, like, like like like vegetarian now that you should be happy by there you go. Face diet. It's taken me one week with carrots, and now everybody needs to die around me. Okay. I'm gonna start with my hands just because I'm getting so angry on my diet. I was actually happier to see them in at a little farm as opposed to sitting at another like ridiculous copy shop and strip mall called something like coffee and me something something ridiculous. Like here we serve coffee and cheesecake and also dream catchers. That's so so. So yes, gene is complaining about Shange Shannon. Doi- is not nice to meet. She's cold. She's a pole of what text poll of what and I guarantee come reunion time channels like, apparently I'm cold. Apparently I'm Paula vote or Czech's low pressure system living in from the north. I guess that's what I am. She's gonna. Remember that police strike. Apparently I'm polar bear. Well, hey, it's anyone see the train. I guess I was expecting the polar express, the come through on account of my more checks. So then nothing to say about polar, isn't that Adam sitting here racking my brain? There's nothing else that. That. Well, I guess I'm the polar vortex no one's a care that I'm melting away because climate change Gina. So. Make sense. Vortex is a weather, polar cancer. Apparently. L.. I guess I'm Canadian, how coming in from Canada with my cold first year. So. Good day. Gina, though I actually do think Gina has a point because anytime Gina says something, you know, she's like it's an opinion and they're like shut up, Gina..

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"doi" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"doi" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"When we first went in there, we we were allowed to do what we were brought to, and I don't even did we uncover a lot of PD abuse, but we also uncovered as the book says, a lot of other abuses, like, you know, human trafficking like domestic violence. Like in the Dominican Republic and Venezuela, we had age ide- Dentin fraud, which has always been a problem and was never really looked at by major league baseball before we were formed and as well as scouts American scouts and international scouts dealing lodge amounts of money from young players than Dominican and Venezuela outta there, you know, the signing bonuses, and those are things that had been reported, but nothing had been done and we took the bull by the horn and you know, we, we got a lot of people fired a lot of scouts internationally, and we put some people in jail. And of course, that's only one of several instances in which as you documented the book, your investigations lead to action being taken, didn't have anything to do with steroids, but other kinds of illegal activity. Yes. I, I mean, what? What? The Senate. The Senator Mitchell. What he wrote is that you know, we were to look at anything that bought into question the integrity of the game. And at first there was my to supervises Dan Mullen, George Hanna, and then there was three of us. And you know, when I when I joined, I thought that at first it would be all PD's, but it didn't take long for us to realize how many different issues Braun bring into question the integrity of the game, and we were, we had a handful. I can tell you that. I mean, we had anywhere on a weekly basis, you know twenty to thirty different cases that were coming in and we were running around all over the country and all over the world. Why does baseball considered important to have its own investigative arm to? That's a question that you know you'd have to ask baseball. I, I think that you know, by uncovering the things that we kind of, we obviously brought bad news at least it appears that that's the way major league baseball. Sorry. So. So the fact that we income it so many things in Latin America as as baseball cop says in the book, sandy Alderson was brought in to take over international operations and Latin America operations. And and you know in, I mean, that was a major move at the time and it was done because you know the papers, the media was getting a hold of the information about the things we were uncovering. What would you say was the biggest case that you guys broke? I would say biogenesis and a matter of fact, I would even say that it probably the the biggest investigative case in in the history of sports. I mean, when you consider, as I said earlier that, you know it was done, you'll fashioned way, and there was a lot of work done between us and the drug enforcement agency. Unfortunately, baseball at some point broke off from our investigation, and they hired other five investigators to get Anthony, Bosh, cooperate. And as. As you read in the book the statements made by the drug enforcement agents, they will be wilted by the way major league baseball and the Labor Department chose to go on an investigation that they were well aware that we started. They will all four it at the beginning and was being conducted in a great and professional and federal manner and with the United States attorney's office. And unfortunately, I believe that you know things like the lawsuit, which I call the Philis lawsuit at the time that was filed by major league baseball against Anthony, Bosch and people's like Kalos estimator. Who was really, his name wasn't really known. And by the time you know, we went up, not we, but the DA went up on a wire. Basically, Anthony Bosh was in the background because he was targeted, but I wasn't and he was one of our main targets and this particular lawsuit bay. Basically gave of a warning that you know he was one of my targets. Any Linguses new book is baseball cop, the dark side of merica 's national pastime. An inside, look at a very difficult period for the baseball's department of investigations so many cases that it was investigating and cracking Eddie Dominguez with the inside story in his new book any..

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"doi" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"doi" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"These on now is terrifying know. She'll always be like six. Couple of she's a woman and you do. This happens and you look back and take stock on your life and so on and so forth. One of the things that came up in various discussions is all you know off droid DOI who gets the stuff, which is her, but then what happens to the increasing percentage of my stuff, which is digital. I started poking around and looking into this question and there were various different approaches. You can take various different software by suppose to giving people your passwords, people access to your counts and so on so forth. But so first of all, I'm interested in whether you've got any particular advice on these things. But more interestingly is the kind of underlying issue. I mean, I don't think I won't people to have access to. So this kind of a bigger picture, not just if you decide you want to hand over the keys to the kingdom to someone off to die, how do the, but how do you decide what if anything, you want to hand over and all you can sit down and delineate all the digital stuff you've ever done into? Yes, they can have this. No, they can't have this clearly. No one's going to so interested in what preparations you've already made for this kind of thing and how you handled it. I've a simple answer to that question. I've made no preparation. This. Yeah, it's one of those. I think this in the similar way too. To, you know, having a will, right. Like thinking about what happens upon your death is a subject most people think about, and I think people put it off. And that's why people put off getting life insurance. So putting a will in place or whatever else. And then you basically even realize I actually really have that stuff obvious to me, but this is obvious like what happens. Yeah, I think it becomes the point the no same thing. If you die intestate, which foot Jonah's Pepsi's means without will without testing. If you if you think you without a will, there are rules in place to show what happens and because you'll stuff his physical. I mean, essentially will be everything goes Marica few. But the point is the stuff you these physical. She gets your talls for example, but she can't get your Email account because she doesn't know the password. There's no way to give it to unless you prepared for that ahead of time..

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"doi" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"doi" Discussed on RobinLynne

"In a statement adopted is one of the big troubled with all mike kemp mike the man should join first have they wouldn't need you to become a relic of day of the word that it does make a bad thing as you would just before the words wet hair sorry and chris how we just want to know who the network comic who connected to putin to win right wing but nestle picket as we go liquid with doi linked with whom he dipped zero s beat the price with the launch i appreciate that might steep price with feel the lots of thin no long term has a home that is a control the price grip was so outraged the next round a brazier bledsoe house the his every show as well as well my face is so great but um like there's been a mazes this i join the team people think this music is a build a dreams but my told me every being what be so let me take dahbi hanna seemless they say what is it like this without first the the thing really youngest name like his he was replicated villa blocked the mark with a romantic kauai be via twitter it's one amusing double move toward bennett what's that but we know book report plus we never look at his home with drives live it may be that the reason edel were like has been may decide to and the people people think this is the two of the three main told me every king.

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"doi" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"doi" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"Felt good that in my fantasy i i stood up for myself even though none of it happened you know i did a whole larry david episode in my head and even though it didn't happen i felt vindicated i drove home like yeah that'll fucking teach them didn't happen you guys do that shit to i know you do how fucking crazy is that the shit you think of you ever think of fucking crazy shit like that and then you're like oh god this is fucked up like the i'll straight up think sometimes i'm hanging out with somebody and i'll think what happens if i just stabbed him up they're fucking neck what would happen the able to be all fuck goofy in real you know he's a global all all the allowed they'd make that noise you know and then they fall down dead and i'd be a fucking criminal i'd be a fucking criminal and then i'd have to run or turn myself in if i just fuck and founded a sharp fence and then below a local logoglu all gulgul and just fucking talk about gargo gargled dude and then just bleeding all over their fucking massimo shirt or sometimes i fucking i mean i here's the thing i think about that shit i do i don't care and and and then i think a lot of you guys do to one time i was hanging out at fuck in some mexican restaurant with my friend morgan doi's ocoee did i was always the friends with and we were just kids men when i was in high school momma be like how come you can't hang out with people who have parents i can hang out with.

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"doi" Discussed on Warm Regards

Warm Regards

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"doi" Discussed on Warm Regards

"Uh communities of color american indian alaskan native um poor communities that are bearing the brunt uh for the most part of these impacts i think puerto rico's is another really good example of that and i guess we we have to on one hand hope that the disasters don't come but on the other hand build resilience with and focus on resilience in a way that we'd never happy for ends unfortunately it's costly so whether weird thing is building resilience to hazards of this sort is something that has at least a certain chunk of the conservative libertarian community is very supportive of the britain about this off and on for republican than earlier for the times were um you know libertarians hate the idea that were subsidizing insurance so that people can build badly you can get repaid for their bad behavior yeah repeat glad they get it you know that doesn't seem to be reflected in the sort of the trump style response to its base no that's why i say the full extent of their strategy is just to reverse the prior ministrations work and it is a total lack of vision or even ideological consistency and as you mentioned a costbenefit analyses have always been something that have been promoted by the the gop an and the conservative side of the spectrum um we're seeing that go out the window now obviously building resilience now saves billions more than having to fund the disaster response so like they keep said and i'm sure you've written about.

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"doi" Discussed on Warm Regards

Warm Regards

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"doi" Discussed on Warm Regards

"And you started a seven years ago what's your background your euros in signs well i i was a forced to college just before i got into some of the public land's issues out west at a private foundation so by training was uh as a fuel biologist started to work on climate change adaptation uh in the early part of the century when it became clear that a lot of our public land's assets in the west were being compromised quickly already at that time uh by the impacts climate i'm had you already foul signs of political intrusion starting in january or was this i got to the blue well you know honestly i after the election i thought well you know this is bad news for epa 'cause they work on climate change mitigation and greenhouse gas issues but our work to address the impacts of climate change that we're seeing right now as shouldn't be compromised and i i the ominous reminder that i was being naive was when president trump rescinded the north bering sea climate resilience executive order that uh president obama had signed the previous december that was an executive order that provided for the resilience of the alaska natives that i was working closely with at when that was rescinded i realized that gushed there now they going to come after everything that even has a whiff of climate change to it regardless of whether it's greenhouse gas related or or impacts two to merit.

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"doi" Discussed on Warm Regards

Warm Regards

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"doi" Discussed on Warm Regards

"This is former kearns dialogue linking climate scientists news majors journalists and other human on the front lines of climate change on mandy rabkin pro a senior reporter for climate recording today and calls for new york where it's been in the '70s for a very long time although i from one eric holds house told us so by via twitter the first game of the world series will be the hottestever than that high 90s la area when we're recording jacqueline gil are resident panel colleges is in kuwait and eric hold house our master meteorologist and grist blogger is to whose family so is just me today by i'm thrilled to be able to have a conversation with joe climbing a longtime department of interior staff scientist in see your poly policy analyst back in july clement stirred things up by filing a complaint and a whistle blower disclosure form with the office of special counsel at the interior department why not explained in the washington post on that very day he was one of about fifty senior department employees who received letters informing us informing them of involuntary reassignments as he said in his op ed citing the letter cited a need to quote improve talent development mission delivery and collaboration and he said the letter informed him that he was reassigned to an unrelated job in the accounting office that collects royalty checks from fossil fuel companies irony alert there's other news but i think we're going to focus on this because it's so extraordinary easing he has set in motion and so jal greetings and thank you for being with us i any thanks it's good to be on.

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"doi" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"doi" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"Yessoi uh i would like to just get a window into the producers minds and understand what what was it like in the late seventies putting thing together yeah it must have been and that without it but literally were died already right yesyesjeff debt ibmnoma him that our the reality landsberg lands pass is he still with i'm sure he's not should win what's the show like what are these are the 80 doi was on for five seasons six how many episodes there a law watt full 24 episode seasons so you would think that's there's nothing else to talk about a sunny but in fact there was one about how the finish and landed in surei familiar with early minutes towards the end right it was bad enough rueing life before birth that was the last the the ultimate episode which is what it's like to be an unborn baby aware of the world around you the ultimate disaster what how will life on the planet eluay i is wisely ultimate it's the ultimate disaster birth its identity the beside him the last thing the subject with final five episodes evabraun all walls of jerichobishoppike who is bishop the ultimate disaster meaning like armageddon and then what it's like to be a baby in the womb seclude by the end they had reached thetheveterans nothing left to the salt all the mystery arrears harry's reaching out to the the pro life crowd a good way to think about it it's good would think but the thing i was going to say to go back to ameliaearhart the ameliaearhart episode uninsured jeffbasically touch on the very same things that we just on sunday night in which was that they ended up inside pan and it's a it's a kind of an old theory photo or no photo sunny the weirdest thing about it is the eyewitness accounts and said people who said they saw them and that ed that's i think more of it.

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"doi" Discussed on Apple Byte: Extra Crunchy

Apple Byte: Extra Crunchy

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"doi" Discussed on Apple Byte: Extra Crunchy

"Doi love it when he jumping the stuff we did have one about the let me saving and scroll back rolling back looking just interrupt me some times they can write him out again year i'm trying to find there was a good one about theandi'm not being able to find it right now but there was a good one about give me the just about the facial recognition unlocking your phone ya and they're wondering leg what if you get a suntan that was the funny we would have you all know near vase fiatkuna of idle now it is it'll be of to appleii guess i don't know of the skin tone is a true indicator that is prevents you from getting in or not i don't know this right again it's just one of the aspects of their facial recognition system we don't know exactly how it's gonna be implemented yeahand then we'll have you on white pacy skinny think you're dead body in the doesn't work i don't know to hear cold their body noand then like totally just jumping around people were making a lot of comp comments about the home pod and like we're talking about how expensive it was and some people are saying like if it's under 300 maybe like three 50s too high it's under 300 maybe i think when you look competitively with what is out there knowing that apple puts a premium on it i think there are those borderline people that are still curious are willing to give it a spin it like a sub 300 price like 249 doesn't seem like something apple do find to 99 but we'll see i they're going to stick to the 39 price we'll see how will again i'm.

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"doi" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"doi" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"I'm sorry i mean oh yeah you didn't mean fills laughing intelligent if selves assault who've it sounds then why spill because mostly it's funny it's it's funny why would you know to cook you'll pay she that will be the movie with a guy was doi am a funny do you have to use you so funny do what my clown you're right here you view sounds like reallysoi am i am a clown well you're supposed to kill herself at least for petchey would i'm saying that you feel it the slogan that people we tested people like so you tested the slogan my meets arrived at it's going into your mouth where the take it or not yes philted with that no i do mean a good luck with that and you know we're we're waiting for that billboard do what i see that billboardi'll tell you what if you got the guts to put that billboard up i'm coming directly to your place and ordering a five course meal starting with your most expensive state which i know is the porter house for you got that are a general you're on you come to buy restaurant lord of the porter house for for italyb eating rights brother the ted zero unbia jimmymaher yet threetenths everything that's what i the pit so if you get there you heard but only i'm not giving you that you'll because you led the charge making fun of it the generally at least ehilbert's held his put off so he gets the freestateyou don't get the.

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