17 Burst results for "gumede"

"gumede" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on Science for the People

"Only plus minus forms. So is there a need of more than a multiple might mating types at least two of them. That's very interesting question. Some people tried funds that sometimes remorse into making times, but using too. I mean in a thirty few cases, there are many many making time so. Get fusions between most gimmes that meet high. So they are off get into some of the models have been developed. Explain why these different size gammy to the ball in such low reproductive organisms. One of them is Cammy, limitations. So can you explain this model Geragos to destroy them? Simply needs inefficient personalization. So a lot of Gumy's just fail to fuse uncommon use it long ago, not two. Ditto where he showed quite clearly you get more fusions. Most fusions infra population produces some counties of the size you need for survival. An others a smallest possible. So some of the population produce very very tiny. Hence, usually numerous Gumede on others produce some gummy of the size needed for survival. That way, you get more truthful surviving Zion goes than a huge divide everything out equally because that was a population. Never logged actually it was really based on selection on individuals. If you see me is I go you mean effort allies at the fusion of this. Yeah. Yeah. That's fine. Yeah. You cannot see get a gummy imitation model to work in terms of individuals. So that. The you see the John had a cocoa few years ago, much disservice. If you say the meetings between gammy Severi rests on you might the plus or minus making time meat in just passed. So is that real competition between plus plus making times in minus eighteen times because they they've largely when they make something passed. They may as well collaborate than to get the most Ospel fusions because there's no competition between plus or minus at making times. But this very does any work from well, if there's almost no competition between the plus making time in mine nineteen times for fusions. What do you mean by competition? Well, it will be nice where movie Ned competition if say you imagine groups vocalism 's say twenty organisms, so you've got. Say one to better argument ten plus making Johnson ten minus eighteen times. Then you the would of course, be competitions for fertilization between the pluses in the minds is, but if you end up with just a pan one, plus minus is no competition between pluses because no other pluses there. Okay. All right makes sense. All right. And then another model one that you actually helped develop a guest makes more sense in the context to natural selection again at the individual level that is called gammy competition. So can you explain this model? Long time ago. Now, I was quite young. Then he was nineteen seventy-two with Robin Baker and Vic Smith, we we'd really did some computer simulations..

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"gumede" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on Latino USA

"If you're a fictional Latino character chances are your grandmother is played by Yvonne Cole. And even though some might wonder if Hollywood really can't find another Latina actress over sixty Yvonne calls experience playing a range of grandma's does reflect a reality about let me know. Grandparent's many of them are immigrants and fascinated by the Latino grandmothers who I see in all the stores that I go to talking in Spanish to their grandkids and the grandkids answering in English, but understanding the grandmothers are saying, and I've even asked them, I've stopped people say, how do you feel and they keep telling me, I just want them to preserve their authenticity. There were they come from. I just want them to know that Spanish was part of the heritage of their language. And so they are linked to the past a reminder of the culture where we come from often the foundation of our families here in the US today. We're looking at the huge impact they have on our lives. Our former producer Gumede, oh Vargas was visiting his family in Colombia over this past winter break. And in fact, it's that visit that sparked the idea for this show. I literally got off the plane and took a cab and went to my our this apartment to visit her for the first time in over a year. And so I wonder gummy low what was it about your trip that made you decide doing an entire show for let the USA dedicated to those of us. I've always been very close, my grandparents, and I felt very lucky to have their and I feel like the best and the strongest parts of myself come from them. And so that got me wondering, you know, we usually take grandparents a little bit for granted not just because we don't call them often. But because you know, we think well grandparents, you know, everyone has them, and it turns out having grandparents and having close relationships with our grandparents is some. Something that is very unique to humans. And so I wanted to know more about grandparents and why grandparents are so important to us. So I decided to call up an anthropologist that's trying to figure out one big question. What happened in the evolution of our lineage that makes us so different from our closest living relatives, that's Kristen Hawkes what she's trying to find out is what made our ancestors think better breed faster and live longer than other primates, what makes him in being so human. She's putting all her money on one hypothesis. It's really helpful grandmother in that turns that apelike ancestor into something that then comes to be us, scientists call this the grandmother hypothesis, it's a hypothesis that the crucial change that led to other changes that make us human started with grandmothers now to be. It clear it's just a hypothesis and it's debated by scientists but hawks on a team of researchers came up with a hypothesis as they tried to solve one of biology's biggest mysteries. There are bunch of us me included adult females in all human populations that are passed there for Tilleke, which is very weird most living creatures are supposed to reproduce until they die. So what's the evolutionary use of women granny's living so long after they stop having babies to figure it out. They went to east Africa to study, the Hodson a tribe of hunter gatherers will live much like our ancestors did when all of human life was hunting and gathering. Well, the men in the tribe hunted, the older women fed their grandchildren while moms took care of their newborns. Was right in front of our eyes. The enormous productivity that came from these older women and how important that turned out to be by not having more babies and caring for growing children. These older women were giving their daughters time and freedom to have more children of their own. And since these grandchildren would carry the grandmothers genetic material for old age, our ancestors started living longer each time getting a little older and a little smarter..

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"gumede" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Lindsey Gibbs of think progress and the burn it all down podcast will join us to discuss the Kansas City Chiefs decision to cut star running back rim hunt after TMZ released video of hunt pushing and kicking woman the New York Times as Mark Tracy will also be here to talk about Alabama's crazy come from behind win over Georgia and the SEC title game where they were led by one time starter and now backup quarterback, Jalen hurts and grant wall of Sports Illustrated. We'll tell us what we need to know. But the US men's national soccer team's new head coach Gregg Berhalter as well as the tortured process that led to burn halters hiring. Joining me in our Washington DC studio is Stephan fats, author of the books word freak few seconds of panic Stephens, Josh Steph, end should we talk about our holiday plants. We can do that. Or I should we talk about. The the fact that the Seattle Seahawks had a score Gami again over the weekend. Square gumede. I think they score Gumede over the weekend. Forty three to sixteen. I was surprised square. Gami extending Pete Carroll's streak of score Gombe's to nine seasons nineties in the neuro. He's a Cal Ripken of scoring army. That's amazing. It was kind of crazy. Congratulations to to listeners pointed that out to me on Twitter. It's good to have a reputation. I have a brand so holiday plans back to that. So we haven't done a Colin show for a while. We're going to do another one for either our Christmas or near show. We haven't discussed it. We'll figure it out. But one of those, and I don't think we should put any sort of parameters on the questions conundrums are great. If you wanna ask us a question about playing basketball underwater. That's cool. If you would just wanna ask us any thing else random, that's fine too. As long as it's. Good and fun question to answer on sports podcasts. Dunking in basketball underwater kinda hard to score. Otherwise. Depends on if you wait the basketball, but perhaps we don't want to give away the milk for free here. Steph. Okay. So the phone number is seven seven hang up ten and you should call us and ask your question, preferably do it on a phone line. That does not sound like you're playing basketball underwater. Ask us anything that you want us to answer we on calls from men and from women, and we want them on topics that are reasonably evergreen, so ones that we can answer in a couple of weeks. Again, the phone number is seven seven hang up ten. We look forward to your calls. How heavy do you think the basketball would have to be? Underwater. There's got to be a weight where the basketball won't float at all. If we have any physicists out there. You want to answer that question if you like, I'm not really prepared dancer down off the cuff. This episode of hang up, and listen is brought to you by life effects, a podcast from Teva pharmaceuticals and sleet studios in each episode of life affects host Sarah every brings together patients with incredible stories and healthcare experts at the top of their field to discuss.

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"gumede" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"So folks I was reading an interview in, apparently Ryan cooler originally wanted to use the Beales greatest hits for the movie. But then when he listen to strawberry fields, he said, Kanda forever is this. Get it star fields forever. You know. That's pretty good. That was all every fields full around with the Beatles. We're the Beatles. Do Cox. We interviewed the, we interviewed the cast of mid nineties, and one of them mentioned Dewey Cox, that's like one of their favorite movies, what the fuck like. Yeah, did not expect that the mid nineties cast interview coming up in a few weeks or also we're gonna be talking to Monday Barunholtz. We're gonna bring Barron holds on Monday very excited about that big. That'll be area this. That'll be airing on Sunday, the mid nineties little bearing on the Sunday after the movie's release, we were asked to hold that one very funny interviews. Kids were pretty hilarious. All right. Last banal actually, Kendrick, you wrote an article about Black Panther to coup, or you're excited. So that's all it relates to be said there. Yeah, I'm ready. I'm not work cited. No, you're not. I'm more show than you show no way. I'm way more than you. National now over buck panther too. Hobson Shaw. I look at Hobson Shaw. Our second look, I look at idiots Elba and Hobson Shaw. Honestly, I kind of is added in there because I figured could be a folks joke from it. It's fucking picture of your Salva. I mean, there's really nothing to say here, so takeaway the ball. Folks folks the rock and Jason state them walked into studio heads office and said, they had a great idea for a movie, the exotic asked what they had it immediately, the rockstar shitting into bookstore shoulder dodger, and the corner state them started pissing upward spinning into a circle. They danced to the middle room, start punching each other in the butt and farting and shitting the exact jumped out of the chair and said, the sales amazing what's a cold. And they both said the aristocrats and the new said exact said, let's just call it Hobson show. Kaby finally found a way to do it a found a way to get an aristocrat Shokhin here I knew is coming to. 'cause you mentioned it a few days ago. You said you were going to do an aristocrat stroke, and I just totally forgot. You knew it was coming because I out right told you, you didn't say which episode this week ago. He said this. All right. Gumede insulted on be bothered by what's your joke? Oh, it you didn't have one here. I didn't have one. You can just make a fucking Aristocats announcing. Even funnier there. That was my joke that I got a bigger left from you than you got for me. What was the best joke of the night. The doctor Strangelove joke was pretty good. But you I will say the Garfield want. I did like a lot. I don't know why maybe three since he buys. 'cause we just talked to, John are buckle, but it is. It was. It was pretty good. It's a good performance tonight. I like all the jokes. I think there was a mean that was posted on our read it. I'm not going to say what it is that got reported. It's incredibly inappropriate wanna, say police thing, very inappropriate, cartoon name. Pretty fucking bad. I I'm not gonna say what it is, but I'm gonna send it to the group right now and you'll get a reaction. This is what it is. An Alvin and the chipmunks God. It's just not. I opened this up. I add my lock screen, and my background is a picture of my child, and now I'm going to open go straight from that into what you've just posted. Oh, Jesus. So I actually I didn't take it down it got four reports. It got four times. That's level like lacking. A lot of the comments. This guy got a lot of this ain't at comments. It was not Spartan dog Ninety-seven knows. All right, thank God. He's he's too period pro, something like that. Sportin dogmatic. Shot up to Spar dog Michigan state fan. They be Penn State Penn State really pathetic. I'll shout out for that..

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"gumede" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"So folks I was reading an interview in, apparently Ryan cooler originally wanted to use the Beales greatest hits for the movie. But then when he listen to strawberry fields, he said, Kanda forever is this. Get it star fields forever. You know. That's pretty good. That was all every fields full around with the Beatles. We're the Beatles. Do Cox. We interviewed the, we interviewed the cast of mid nineties, and one of them mentioned Dewey Cox, that's like one of their favorite movies, what the fuck like. Yeah, did not expect that the mid nineties cast interview coming up in a few weeks or also we're gonna be talking to Monday Barunholtz. We're gonna bring Barron holds on Monday very excited about that big. That'll be area this. That'll be airing on Sunday, the mid nineties little bearing on the Sunday after the movie's release, we were asked to hold that one very funny interviews. Kids were pretty hilarious. All right. Last banal actually, Kendrick, you wrote an article about Black Panther to coup, or you're excited. So that's all it relates to be said there. Yeah, I'm ready. I'm not work cited. No, you're not. I'm more show than you show no way. I'm way more than you. National now over buck panther too. Hobson Shaw. I look at Hobson Shaw. Our second look, I look at idiots Elba and Hobson Shaw. Honestly, I kind of is added in there because I figured could be a folks joke from it. It's fucking picture of your Salva. I mean, there's really nothing to say here, so takeaway the ball. Folks folks the rock and Jason state them walked into studio heads office and said, they had a great idea for a movie, the exotic asked what they had it immediately, the rockstar shitting into bookstore shoulder dodger, and the corner state them started pissing upward spinning into a circle. They danced to the middle room, start punching each other in the butt and farting and shitting the exact jumped out of the chair and said, the sales amazing what's a cold. And they both said the aristocrats and the new said exact said, let's just call it Hobson show. Kaby finally found a way to do it a found a way to get an aristocrat Shokhin here I knew is coming to. 'cause you mentioned it a few days ago. You said you were going to do an aristocrat stroke, and I just totally forgot. You knew it was coming because I out right told you, you didn't say which episode this week ago. He said this. All right. Gumede insulted on be bothered by what's your joke? Oh, it you didn't have one here. I didn't have one. You can just make a fucking Aristocats announcing. Even funnier there. That was my joke that I got a bigger left from you than you got for me. What was the best joke of the night. The doctor Strangelove joke was pretty good. But you I will say the Garfield want. I did like a lot. I don't know why maybe three since he buys. 'cause we just talked to, John are buckle, but it is. It was. It was pretty good. It's a good performance tonight. I like all the jokes. I think there was a mean that was posted on our read it. I'm not going to say what it is that got reported. It's incredibly inappropriate wanna, say police thing, very inappropriate, cartoon name. Pretty fucking bad. I I'm not gonna say what it is, but I'm gonna send it to the group right now and you'll get a reaction. This is what it is. An Alvin and the chipmunks God. It's just not. I opened this up. I add my lock screen, and my background is a picture of my child, and now I'm going to open go straight from that into what you've just posted. Oh, Jesus. So I actually I didn't take it down it got four reports. It got four times. That's level like lacking. A lot of the comments. This guy got a lot of this ain't at comments. It was not Spartan dog Ninety-seven knows. All right, thank God. He's he's too period pro, something like that. Sportin dogmatic. Shot up to Spar dog Michigan state fan. They be Penn State Penn State really pathetic. I'll shout out for that..

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"gumede" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The olympic athletes mesic hailing team has spike and about these and he says he just doesn't believe this his tree because of course russia the athletes had uh there are under a cloud of suspicion any how damaging is this in that russia's attempts to be included fully back into the olympic fold if it is proved true all you too terrible development for russian sports administrators there they are trying to show the world that they're back when the entire tame as russia has been banned from these olympics and live only athletes who have been allowed to participate here as individuals underneath an olympic flag and so there is a lot of work to be done to regain international confidence in the cleanliness of russian sport after that widespread doping scandal the search she olympic i am so it's a terrible for them and yet i i assume officials would say the good thing about this is that it shows the systems working the people lobbing court out if you like those who've said they think it's like they can't believe it also of wondered why you would set club two going in the games take this drug gumede it seems crazy to be doing that and yet them if he tests while if he files at second test is gone to lose medal okay thanks a nazi metal costs will have more on that as the developments some fall today may hanks customers with the sport more support from cousin in a few minutes time at also business standing by bullets guntalk oxfam of course one of the headlines this morning on the bbc website oxfam haiti scandals suspect physically threatened witnesses now this comes from the.

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"gumede" Discussed on Podcast

Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on Podcast

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"gumede" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"gumede" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Should do that to upstate five did i want wanna one seven thousand eight three nine one five nine and i want to thank over mike mike gumede a good point to about texting and driving but how how they can force that i mean when you see someone texting and driving i guess you could write him up with a stop light but what does that mean now you're gonna have some guber behind the wheel who should be dragged out there and chasing someone down how about our hot pursued here as that does others check he's texting and driving and i'm in hot pursuit on hong auto my way now long oh my god you know i honestly i could see that happening yes your honor i've been deputised by the state of delaware to enforce the laws and this checky over here i know guys who say that you know she she was texting and driving i had the save lives by going one hundred ten miles an hour down route one she almost killed me the way i had to swerve in and out of traffic but i finally caught i wanna have bumped the rear end and she's spun into the median but good this i'm here i'm a good civilian writer up that'll that'll be great city council president darryl clark in philly says the civilian officers would issue traffic citations but would not carry firearms thought why i got i got a permanent i'm good they would not carry firearms or have the ability to make arrests it's it's a citizen's arrest the one who want to save money they don't wanna have to hire more cops why pretty beefy contracts elderly or take it 5july what a one seven why do i care about your brain health because i want you to be in the moment with the people you love i realize my mother's had is in cognitive issues gradually because just like anybody else i don't want to leave it it's my mom and orbeta weak focus a lot on body health and we don't focus enough on brain health how to stay sharp how to say active no matter your age is still a lot of things to do in this world in this life in life is short near to be in the woman delaware's new center your source for news weather.

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"gumede" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"I was sympathetic to that but really the you can create enabling environment uh to help entrepreneurs and and as i said there were just very few role models who didn't see but there were there was also no chocolate companies don't chocolate uh our stores gourmet concern on stores in gumede they made they made chocolate they they grew cocoa beans but they didn't hat they didn't there were nowhere is there right now i mean when i went back most of the retailing was little kiosks there were no like doors israeli oh grocery stores nothing like this and people because of the heat it it's close to 100 degrees and variety amid you people just did me pocket you couldn't score on muted have reliable electricity i airconditioning so it it without though no one had sunday they groom settling the group of people people sacred around the world but they could use themselves yet isn't it ironic yeah so then what i wonder what kind of a of of corruption dirani to well um you know i i came with so little financial resources jim that engaging in that sort of corrupt without of the quake was in your budget wasn't there was that the very although we do we go we should address the legal and i was adamant i didn't wanna go that road um you know he's a you were able that you were able to trump to be successful without that so what what about now you've uganda globalization message here tell us about that right well am i think globalization the term globalization exchange meaning entirely in the last halfcentury the end of world war two the marshall plan where the united states rebuild europe let's call it deficit spending writ large with considered a wonderful thick uh if we try rated with europe if we rebuild europe um globalism in international trade was considered to be the antidote to militarism and fasts that fascism and an extension as them and it worked in the right question did like 1999 the seattle protests the world trade organization globalism it become shorthand for economic exploitation of a search to the bottom for the cheapest labour in the world and and i would take jobs from alabama or wisconsin and ship them overseas and i thought let's go back to what adam smith uh and and david ricardo in the classical economics economists thought about in andhra national trade and that was globalism israeli specializations do what.

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"gumede" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

09:10 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

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"gumede" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on Worldly

"Com a dominant theme in even jelko community in the past thirty forty years or lease the right wing evangelical community and more pro israel in some american jews and some israeli to its yeah i only in his early 70s of being pro israel is is the right way to describe it right because he would say the majority of the american jewish community is pro israel but even jelko community is identifies with the right wing of israeli politics they don't want to compromise on settlements the he drew slim is the eternal and undivided capital of israel and this is for a combination of theological an ideological reasons and that is even though trump himself has no real evangelical belief said this is barely bill even pretends to be religious those ideas have filtered off through the conservative movement that's dominated in large part by even dzhalka lls end and is shaping american politics like when we asked what the positive reason to do this as it's because trump promised a vocal group of supporters that he would do it and that was his reasoning and he did so this that's the right pathway when thinking about how this decision gumede bray at an you're absolutely right and i think that's a huge huge factor that often gets overlooked just to be careful the way we treat every kind of religious group i don't wanna make it sound like evangelical is are a monolithic group of people there are even joe locals especially at some of the younger kind of more liberal evangelical communities who are actually coming out uh more could have pro palestinian and fighting more for palestinian rights um seeing them as kind of like a you know a marginalized a group whose has been persecuted as well so uh the some of them are uh a little bit more kind of in the center or more even to the palestinian side so and but yeah i think we know in general the evangelical christian community especially for the last several decades um in terms of the ones who are the most active inside the gop are definitely definitely staunchly pro israel and that's a huge factor in this and there's a thing zaqueu touchown choose is worth going through little bit which is the cells who abbott on the trump.

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"gumede" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on No Agenda

"No i don't think so i don't know that must have been that must have been gumede up it could have been dummy deputy do that yeah and i sincerely spoof us on purpose bastard nogent are generate are com that's where you can send the art work even uploaded there we chew stuff right after the show for publication of the album art it also gets used on many other innovative ways for a novelty that would say get one nation gmt human no no agenda shop makes tshirts out of it and shares in the in the proceeds with the artists so that's all the great thing we really appreciate it just one of the many ways people helped produce the show and we're going to thank some of our executive producer for episode nine or seven nine and associates secular producers well we have a massive donation that came in it was part of the tenth anniversary thing in a gave his did it came in before the the absolute deadline and his five thousand dollars what mr big d in san diego so it's did this does ensure you're some the glue gun like a money laundering operation he sent is going to you're going to get a knock at the door bros of this is all postal money order sister divorced aca we have a question about the large amount of percent to you is all postal money orders can be traced which i thought us a funny but anyway disguised a he he wanted to do something that no one's ever done before besides being the highest donation we've ever receive ever ever he has ever i think guys my lawn big three thousand dollars from the grandduke fully yes.

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"gumede" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And reed we haven't seen he had this year but they're just not trying i mean they're just not trying if if you look at my friend ben fox site cleaning the glass they are like thirty one link at the right number thirty four percent of opponent possessions that follow a defensive rebound by that team in other words the opponent gets a stop four percent of those are are inning in ending a transition chance based on playbyplay did and that's like the third or fourth eyes highs merkin league they're just not getting back on defense they're not trying they're not communicating it's like you know wake me up when they try so i can remember when the heat went to there were in their third run towards the final they were playing indiana in the playoffs and i was on a flight with steve kerr believe it or not it was calling the series for tnt and i remember having the discussion with him and it's so interesting that he's now in the exact situation and talking this exact way but he was telling me how absolutely mentally gutting it is to go to threestraight finals and he was saying to me we need is even as he's talked to the media about this week back when the bulls won three in a row and how they struggled their third year and this was the third year of the heat and he was just like he's like it's just so impossible to do that the concept of going to foreigner roe because steve did go to foreign rosa player because after he left the bulls he remember he went to the to the spurs and they're so he actually is one of the few players in the modern air pre lebrun who'd been to four straight finals so when i see the cavs having just in i know that they have new players but ultimately you know the bronze sets the agenda for everybody i'm just not surprised to see that they just have a lack of get up and gumede who who do they fear in the eastern conference i mean you know who they wake up every day and say we tweet challenge ourselves to them and you know the answer is nobody especially in the wake of the the the hayward injury in a granted boston's recovered and is playing much better in washington is a.

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"gumede" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the herbert simon family foundation supporting npr and member station w f y in indianapolis working together to cover stories in issues that inform listeners in indiana and beyond by providing critical information about the factors influencing education welcome back to let me know usa say i might yet wholesome and today puerto rico after the storm when we left off latino usa producer and that is coming you know was important he got trying to get a message to an inmate at a correctional facility from his mom it wasn't easy at all in fact it seemed almost in part civil but after several attempts and not giving up the corrections department finally made contact tamby from outside by him on prison and this picks up the story now i arrive at them by amman prison complex were might us son gumede media is being held the complex is fairly small about the size of a city block but it holds about three thousand five hundred people there's some foreign trees some have been uprooted but mostly the air is pretty clean i see a corrections officer making his way out from one of the buildings i go up to him i asked him if he had been working during the hurricane and he says yes residents it was terrible he says it lifted cars toro group william cars couldn't get through and also the transferred some guys from for highly little too here in by amman i asked them if they had food and water i went over there eating better than we are s to gain in rice and beans not quite the bread and water diet that might have had told me about your while blizzard gland per se i waited they that's haiti ghalam swatted the secretary for corrections and rehabilitation of puerto rico and meet him inside the prison in an office with fluorescent lighting and he emphatically denies the allegations of lack of food and water going thug in a healthy that's not the pr follow him he says the biggest challenge of all was the lack of communication in this is my maliki cheaney he's a sea of correctional health services the private company that handles the corrections department medical services in puerto rico he also has an office at the.

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"gumede" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on Double Toasted

"I mob lima gumede not in word about them the their movies that won't be cool and everything but now i'm just like it just move man come on good would repair that powers like you've been at the party talking to him in black patrick o'neal hate mail hold allotted back yalla's losers dogan media you will tomba shit button uh i'm gonna tell you something with this man i it really is a lot going on in his trailer a many levels that has people excited about it in ours what's your reaction among immediately you'll even go go which your gut feelings right now oh shit i'm excited is hail may now you know are from the first sure that's when the muted that they were playing and the images that there was showing and just the seriousness that they take him says what's the movie is just over the top for me 'cause you used to seeing you know uh the funny side keiko somebody laugh in you know it was going on gatt you know type of thing but that's not happen here you know everybody's taking this shit like this is really happen it i love that oh yeah no there's a lot of things here that they're that they're talking about that you don't see first of all let's just let's just call out the abuse you know that there one of the things that people are excited about is the fact that it is mostly a black castanon's lagdera is is like all black and amy circus circus obviously low set wunderlich shut down with a lot of got american workers are added tell me i was going to be hanging out with blood as is what i was wondering where if you are black actor and you're not in it you've got to be call your aging up going what's wrong with me yeah mayor who did you pissarro that made the move is so black i even like the the way black parented aims blood poor blacks ship he's attacked when he's attack in people with straight for the rooms on the coughed are pocket be carlise mickey miracle on ice maloney all these rams right here but that's the thing with the with the with the with the trailers that.

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"gumede" Discussed on The World Transformed

The World Transformed

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"gumede" Discussed on The World Transformed

"This krickler a week we we've we've got a new labor and i'm gonna tell your thomas threat in the lead up to this i this was the booby that are added walk because it's going to mess with the original order which was this masterpiece the my mopping and uh i'm i'm giving excited about this movie because the reviews or distant critical yeah are a aggregate miniters a good friend of mine to film revering he gave it really i rating so i'm i'm anxious to go see it absolutely get to say at least one vision of of these theories of the future that were talking about course of course it being a typical stock by it's going to be destroyed preempt is to stoke here with a lot of these future start as well so go over your interesting alec forcing i'm alive i'm glad that you're that so many people like it's great all too often the these the sequel just trade on the on how well received the first and third something mediocre out there i'm glad glad some are brought the reagan on so allow to see that yeah i'm life i've always been amazed by all the the writing of philip k dick will who lived in the 1950s and these are the ones that are all the the major sifi movies that we can all relate to i mean 'bladerunner was the very first one guy gumede into a movie and that was that was actually two months after he died he didn't actually get to see us on movie in an an an all new from total recall to minority report can the list goes on and on non of all the major blockbuster sciencefiction movies he had a hand in the kind of how committing that thinking that went into it i i find that be quite amazing somebody that was up are ahead of the rest young girl but i seem like most of the stores dealt with the question of what is real.

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