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Pakistan's powerful intel chief arrives in Kabul

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pakistan's powerful intel chief arrives in Kabul

"To Pakistan officials on officially say the nation's powerful intelligence chief who's made a surprise visit to the Afghan capital Kabul it wasn't immediately clear what general far as Hamid had to say to the Taliban leadership but the Pakistani intelligence service has perhaps the greatest outside influence over the Taliban the militant group had its headquarters in Pakistan and will often said to be indirect contact with the powerful inter services intelligence agency although Pakistan routinely denies giving the Taliban military aid the accusation was often made by the Afghan government and Washington I'm Charles Taylor this month

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University Students Stranded in Afghanistan, Terrified to Be Identified by the Taliban

Mark Levin

01:58 min | Last month

University Students Stranded in Afghanistan, Terrified to Be Identified by the Taliban

"From Blaze. Media News American University have In Afghanistan. Students terrified after being told they can't evacuate and their names have been given to the Taliban. Anybody who wanted to get out could get out. That's what the secretary of state just said 45 minutes ago. Hundreds of students at the American University of Afghanistan. Have been left terrified for their lives or to being denied evacuation from Kabul and told that the US government gave their names to the Taliban. In a stunning report published Sunday, the New York Slim's relay that roughly 600 students, staff and the relatives have been left stranded in a safe house in Kabul amid the Taliban's violet take over the country. There are hopes of evacuation debt. So let's assume 600 of them are citizens. Or dual citizens. Isn't 600 more than 250. Mr. It is. I think it is. Ladies and gentlemen. The group reportedly boarded buses set for a Hamid Karzai International airport on Sunday. Final attempt to flee the country. But after seven hours of waiting for clearance, the group was told to turn around the airport remained a security threatened civilian evacuations were to be halted permanently on Monday. Which they were. I regret to inform you that the high command at H K K I A. That would be the airport has announced there will be no more rescue flights. Imagine getting that email from American University president Ian Pickford Sunday afternoon. The scholar pilgrims who were turned away today while seeking safe passage to a better future need the help of the U. S government who gave them the hope they must not lose pick for it added While being instructed to return home. The defeated group received the worst news. Their names have been shared with the Taliban by the United

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U.S. Officials Provided Taliban With Names of Americans, Afghan Allies to Evacuate

The Larry Elder Show

02:03 min | Last month

U.S. Officials Provided Taliban With Names of Americans, Afghan Allies to Evacuate

"Vitamin admits to he may have given the taliban kill lists. No he didn't. He didn't may have anything he gave. The taliban a kill list a potentially deadly blonder biden's administration effectively handed. The taliban kill list the target afghans who aided the us according to a report thursday and he admitted it may have happened when ass later at a white house briefing following the taliban okay so everybody in that white house knows this guy's out of his mind and i understand that the buck stops with him but when the buck stops with him it stopped with his entire administration. Because this guy is incapable of making a decision alone. I mean he did it with this. Pull out apparently. And then the rest of his administration went wild because no one in their knows what the what to do. Following the taliban takeover in kabul us officials there gave the islamic extremist group. The names of american citizens green card holders and afghan allies so they could be allowed to enter the taliban control perimeter around hamid karzai international airport according to politico so all. The taliban did thank you. You came to us now. We don't have to search for you and we can kill you. This is the dumbest thing ever and then couple that with the fact that obviously americans are stuck there and i'm hearing reports that it's over ten thousand. Have this press. What's john kirby not The spokesperson for the The department of defense talking about there's a thousand people there or fifteen hundred americans. I'm hearing numbers. Reportedly that may be as high as ten times. That and the biding is prepared to leave. Americans behind for the sake of hopefully winning an election or In twenty twenty two instead of just using the troops that are there to take back the ballgame air force

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UN Entities Condemn Terrorist Attack at Kabul Airport

UN News

00:53 sec | Last month

UN Entities Condemn Terrorist Attack at Kabul Airport

"Un security council has condemned the deplorable attacks in the the hamid kazai international airport in kabul on thursday which were claimed by islamic state in carson province. The bomb blasts reportedly killed at least eighty five people and injured some one hundred fifty others including women and children. The council members reminded that all parties must respect their obligations under international humanitarian law including those related to the protection of civilians. Terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security ambassadors stated. The deliberate targeting of civilians and personnel assisting in the evacuation of civilians is especially abhorrent. Must be condemned. They said the security council urged all states to cooperate actively in holding accountable. The perpetrators organizers financiers and sponsors of these acts of terrorism and bring them to

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Pentagon Officials Expect Future Attack Attempts in Kabul

The KFBK Morning News

00:42 sec | Last month

Pentagon Officials Expect Future Attack Attempts in Kabul

"U. S Service members were killed and 18 others wounded in a complex attack around Kabul's airport today. CBS News Pentagon correspondent CAMI McCormick has the latest Hard day today, the Central Command's general Kenneth Mackenzie, on the attacks in Kabul. Two suicide bombers assessed to have been Isis fighters detonated in the vicinity of the abbey Gate at Hamid Karzai International Airport and in the vicinity of the Baron Hotel, which is immediately adjacent. He says Isis gunmen then opened fire on civilians and military forces. McKenzie says the evacuation mission will continue. Even though there are more imminent threats, including rocket attacks and vehicle borne suicide bombers. That could happen, he says. At any

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Deadly Explosions in Kabul Complicate Hard Journey for Afghan Refugees

WSJ What's News

02:06 min | Last month

Deadly Explosions in Kabul Complicate Hard Journey for Afghan Refugees

"Powerful explosions ripped through crowds trying to enter kabul's airport today. The pentagon says at least twelve u. s. service members were killed fifteen more. Were wounded marine corps. General frank mackenzie commander of us. Central command spoke with reporters earlier today. This is a hard day today as you know to suicide. Bombers assess to been isis fighters detonated in the vicinity of the abbey gate at hamid karzai international airport and in the vicinity. The baron hotel which is immediately adjacent. The attack on the abbey gate was followed by a number of isis gunman opened fire on civilians and military forces. A local health official said the attacks killed at least sixty afghan civilians and many more are still fighting for their lives. Our chief foreign affairs correspondent yaroslav trofimov says the blasts of added turmoil to what was already a highly tense evacuation with all these attacks these no access to the airport right now because the gates through which people have become mass murder scenes. We're talking about multiple multiple casualties there. It's really the carnage a lot of the european and other countries that were assisting the us in this effort Working together have already health evacuation flights from candidate to the netherlands to denmark and the us itself had warned. That doesn't there's not a lot of time left for this fights because the military needs to dismantle its infrastructure and joy on troops that are more than five thousand new troops on the airport ahead of that august thirty first deadline that president biden it sets the window of opportunity for people to leave was rapidly shrinking ahead of this explosion and now it's pretty much shut justice of people making out a digestive people leaving afghanistan on its flights are very slim and we're still have hundreds more than a thousand and probably the american citizens stranded in the country equal or larger number of european canadian citizens and then there are tens if not hundreds of thousands of afghans with valid reason too few of the taliban who will not make it.

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Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby Holds a Shocking Press Briefing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby Holds a Shocking Press Briefing

"Pentagon had a press briefing a remarkable remarkable press briefing for what was not answered and the way that they actually skirted the real issues. This is a man who is a disgrace to the uniform. He wants war. He is the official press spokesman for the pentagon. Admiral john kirby who was telling us The state of america in afghanistan. Today video cut eleven. Play cops john who's guarding the. Us embassy right now who will guard after the us military pulls out. Are there any contingencies. I do you have an agreement with the taliban and in terms of the airport. Do you have an agreement with any nato allies to keep like the turks to keep the airport open after the us. Military pulse out. So i understand i know. There's no military assets guarding the embassy compound the us embassy is operating out of hamid karzai international airport as for the turks they are still on ground at the airport assisting in this security mission that we have there. I won't speak for their intentions one way or another going forward but there's not going to be when the mission is over and when we are leaving the airport the airport will not not be the united states our responsibility anymore so how it gets managed going forward will be something that that the taliban who are now in kabul we'll have to manage them on their own and i assume with with the international community but that won't be an american responsibility. How did that man get to be the the official press spokesperson for the pentagon. How did that man get to be an admiral. How on earth did he get to be an admiral in the us. Navy is the question. john. Kirby can't give answers and the most the most egregious of all is the fact that this man can't answer the future of us representation on the ground in afghanistan. It is

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7 Afghan Civilians Killed Amid Chaos at Kabul Airport

News, Traffic and Weather

01:48 min | Last month

7 Afghan Civilians Killed Amid Chaos at Kabul Airport

"To Afghanistan now in the ongoing humanitarian crisis as the U. S tries to evacuate American citizens and thousands of Afghans who want to escape the Taliban Chaos turning deadly outside the airport gates in Kabul amid a crush of people desperate to get out. A B C's Ian panel has the latest on the ground there in Afghanistan. The US evacuating nearly 4000 people from Afghanistan over the last 24 hours, but there's still fewer than the day before. The U. S military airlifted nearly 6000 evacuees in a single day. Six U. S. Military C. 17 and 32 charters departed Kabul. Now the U. S administration, insisting evacuation measures are ramping up President Biden telling ABC News there was anywhere between 10,000 and 15,000. US citizens still in Afghanistan, with 2.5 1000 Americans among the 17,000 evacuated from Kabul. This is the chaos and confusion outside Hamid Karzai Airport enters its seventh day and this is how bad things have got The UK Ministry of Defence confirming to ABC News, seven Afghan civilians died in the crush Saturday, right outside the airport Gates. Devastating video showing bodies covered by white tops. British soldiers trying to keep people hydrated in the blistering heat. Stay there. Stay there. Despite the growing turmoil, tens of thousands remain many scrambling to get out of the country. The U. S embassy now advising US citizens still here to avoid the airport altogether and seek shelter unless they have quote individual instructions from a U. S. Government

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Taliban Militants Violently Disperse Rare Afghan Protest

AP News Radio

01:08 min | Last month

Taliban Militants Violently Disperse Rare Afghan Protest

"Taliban actions are being watched closely now that they've re taken power in Afghanistan with the signs are mixed and many remain skeptical the Taliban pledged to form an inclusive Islamic government and today they released a photograph of the delegation meeting with former president Hamid Karzai along with the head of Afghanistan's national reconciliation council the chief of Britain's defense staff general Sir Nick Carter says he sees a change they recognize that if of course the last twenty years Afghanistan has evolved Carter says they are keeping the streets of the capital city print com it was a different scene in the eastern city of Jalalabad the protesters took down the white Taliban flags and raised the black red and green national flag our system on some Taliban on the scenes firing into the air and beating the protesters with sticks local health officials said at least one person was killed and six wounded former NATO adviser Charlie Herbert says he doesn't trust the Taliban have changed that is simply no evidence that they have moderated in any shape or form they'll wait check that biting my time into relief couple and then the bloodletting will stocks I'm Ben Thomas

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Taliban Seek to Project Calm as US Speeds Chaotic Evacuation

AP News

00:38 sec | Last month

Taliban Seek to Project Calm as US Speeds Chaotic Evacuation

"The U. S. ministry took over Afghanistan's has space in the chaotic at times with accu rate that's the Taliban rolled into the capital Kabul the Taliban swept into the capital of to the western backed government collapsed in president Ashraf Ghani fled the country the militants trying to project calm amid widespread fears of unrest videos circulating the internet sales team hundreds of people based on my naked Hamid Karzai's national anthem as they tried to flee the country the U. S. embassy has been evacuated and the American flag loads with diplomats relocating to the apple to aid with evacuations I'm Karen Thomas

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Terror Reigns in Kabul, Afghanistan, as the Taliban Take Over

600 WREC

01:08 min | Last month

Terror Reigns in Kabul, Afghanistan, as the Taliban Take Over

"Dave Anthony Fox News, U. S defense official tells Reuters. They're still trying to clear out thousands of Afghans who rushed onto the Kabul airport tarmac trying to get out after the Taliban took control of the capital. There's a frantic scene at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul as people are piling into planes, some even just trying to grab onto the outside and falling off. The aircraft mid air trying to escape the country where the Taliban are going door to door, murdering anyone who helped the Americans and confiscating weapons from everyone else. Foxes Peter Doocy at the White House where President Biden is not home, he remains at Camp David. What we should be saying is him coming off a vacation in front of the cameras and explaining what the next moves are going to be. Republican Congressman Austin Pflueger tells Fox business The Taliban uprising as U. S troops withdrawal left Afghanistan and turmoil that is really disgraceful. And shameful for our country, National security Advisor Jake Sullivan tells ABC. Good Morning America will hear from President Biden soon he is right now actively engaged with his national security team. He is working the situation hard. Covid is starting at 10 times the level of early July in a six month

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US Sending 3,000 Troops to Help Evacuate Some Embassy Staff in Afghanistan

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | Last month

US Sending 3,000 Troops to Help Evacuate Some Embassy Staff in Afghanistan

"Key cities in Afghanistan. Kabul could fall within 30 days. As many as 3000 troops being sent in to help evacuate the embassy. Here's Deputy Opie's national security correspondent JJ Green 3000. Troops are on the way to Kabul. The first troop movement will consist of three infantry battalions that are currently in the Central Command area of responsibility. They will move to Hamid Karzai International airport within the next day or so. Two of these battalions or Marines won his army. Pentagon press secretary John Kirby made it clear this is not a combat mission. I want to stress that these forces are being deployed to support the orderly and safe reduction of civilian personnel at the request of the State Department and to help facilitate an accelerated process of working through s. I V applicants. This is a temporary mission with a narrow focus. Another 1000 army and Air Force troops are being moved to facilitate the processing of special immigrant visa applicants. There are thousands of Afghans and their families who have helped the U. S military during the war who need to get out because if the Taliban captures them, they will surely be killed. J. J Green W

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U.S. Sends 3K Troops to Kabul to Evacuate Some Embassy Staff

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

U.S. Sends 3K Troops to Kabul to Evacuate Some Embassy Staff

"As security quickly gets worse in Afghanistan the U. S. is sending troops to help evacuate some personnel from its embassy the Pentagon is sending three infantry battalions to Hamid Karzai International Airport approximately three thousand personnel spokesman John Kirby says will arrive in the next two days to help with the partial evacuation the announcement comes as the Taliban continue with stunningly fast defensive weeks before the U. S. military pullout ends the militants have now seized nearly a third of Afghanistan's thirty four provincial capitals including its third biggest city the embassy pull out and security bu suggested by the administration is not confident Afghan forces can secure at the national capital Sager mag ani Washington

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Some Winners From the Second Annual Gulf Coast Poker Awards

The Bernard Lee Poker Show

02:35 min | Last month

Some Winners From the Second Annual Gulf Coast Poker Awards

"Second annual gulf coast poker awards was held this past weekend on august six. It was held during the main event of poker gras. Twenty twenty one series which was running at harrah's new orleans. The gulf coast poker awards had a several different categories and seer are some of those categories had female player of the year and that ward was presented to chris read as she has been dominating her local games and regional games Over this past couple of years the first awards just so everyone knows was in twenty twenty twenty nine teen. The twenty twenty one was combined with twenty twenty of course due to the pandemic also. They had an award for senior of the year. Seems like this winner was nominated every category in two thousand nine eighteen but now he is a senior of the year gulf coast poker award winner. Hamid izadi also. There was the best content provider this content so many people have contributed over the years. One of those people was recently a guest on our show Jesse phoolan however the award went to poker news which is there podcast is featuring our good friend chad holloway. So the poconos podcast was named best content provider of the year. Another category was Industry professional there are so many players in so many personnel who have contributed a to the gulf coast area whether it is in the new orleans area or whether it's in texas this winter is in the booming texas poker scene. There are so many new poker clubs down there and he actually was behind the scenes of the recent lone star poker serious. He is determined director of the prime social club. And congratulations to justin

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"hamid" Discussed on And Now The Hard Part

And Now The Hard Part

06:49 min | 3 months ago

"hamid" Discussed on And Now The Hard Part

"Of which are among the five countries that have the most muslims. So i guess the question is who gets to decide what islam is who gets to decide islam's role in public life yet so i think that when it comes down to it. Muslims are individuals especially in individualists culture. Like america's where we do value that each individual makes their own choices and ops for their own approach to religion and we have the freedom to pursue that here in the us as muslims. Than i've said. Before that. I think america today is the best place to be a muslim in large part because muslims don't have to worry about being persecuted by the state if they have unorthodox views that they can be muslim in their own way. And that's a very powerful thing. There's also some tensions too because if you're a muslim people think that you represent your group and sometimes you're expected to speak on behalf of muslims read large which is problematic in one example of this i think is whenever there is a terrorist attack that is committed by muslim. There's pressure on american muslims to offer condemnations that we have to put out a disclaimer on twitter or something before we say whatever else you wanna say we have to have a kind of pro forma denunciation. I've actually have a policy where i don't issue those condemnations because it should go without saying that as an american i'm against terrorist attacks kill civilians. No one should doubt that. Just because i happen to have been born muslim and so i think that we have to start moving away from this idea. In his ershad said it's muslims ultimately through their own individual actions who will shape how a slam evolves in the coming decades or centuries. I don't think that islam can be anything we wanted to be. I think there's a cradle foundation. I think there are things that just like to be a christian you believe in the divinity of christ in some fashion to be a muslim means that you believe certain things about the koran or believe that prophet muhammad was the last prophet so on and so forth so those are the core things but beyond those core things there is incredible richness in diversity shoddy. I was struck by how you said that one would rather be a muslim in the united states today than in any other country on earth. And you think of bangladesh or indonesia or even saudi arabia just expand on that a little bit wise it better to be a muslim in the united states than anywhere else. We'll first of all in the country of my parents egypt. Egypt has been pretty repressive country for much of its modern history. Unfortunately and if i had been born raised in egypt instead of the us. I would've lived a more constrained life in terms of the opinions that i could hold and share publicly so i think that islam flourishes in context of freedom and pluralism maybe not unlimited freedom. There's always limit to to freedom in different societies. But if you look historically at the so called. Golden ages of islam we see much more intellectual openness in intellectual inquiry where people weren't condemned for having an unusual position on a theological issue or debate and america provides that space to have intellectual debates about our faith and about deeper questions around doctrine in theology. So i think that if you value this kind of personal search for religious truth and being comfortable with your own religious identity and what could be more personal than that right than the. Us is a very good place to pursue that which by the way is precisely why in conversations like this. it's as important to analyze pressures to clam up and conform that are coming from within muslim communities as it is to look at pressures from mainstream society so square the circle for me your shot because on the one hand what i hear from you both is is that the united states is is a great place to be muslim but on the other hand so many of its policies have also showed an america at its worst. We've seen native ism. We've seen xenophobia. We've seen islamaphobia. How does that all add up. Well it adds up because human beings are complicated and when we don't know the other whoever that other may be it could be a muslim. It could be a queer person it could be somebody living in the south a white guy living in the south whoever your other is it's very easy to dehumanize that person or that group because you don't have a relationship with them but when people begin to develop relationships across divides that is when the love of which i spoke earlier in this conversation begins to emerge and the trust begins to develop and people begin to see well for all of our differences. We actually have some shared ground so it turns out that you're part of us and my us just got bigger money thanks earshot monje shoddy hamid shot. Monje is a scholar and author of. Don't label me how to do diversity. Without inflaming the culture ones and shoddy himmy is the author of islamic exceptionalism. How the struggle over slam is reshaping. The world. He's also a senior fellow at the brookings institution. Thanks for listening to global reboot. I'm raw viagra. While foreign policies editor in chief our podcast is a partnership between foreign policy and the doha for our production. Staff includes rosie. Julian rob sachs dan. Ephron darcy polder and simone peres next time on the podcast. I'm joined by professor and author rachel vogelstein to discuss how the fight for gender equality has been impacted by the pandemic. Let's face it. Women have been disproportionately more affected than men in terms of job losses shouldering more housework and family care so the question is how can the world do better at not leaving half of its population behind. That's next week on global..

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Sadharan Baatein

45:08 min | 5 months ago

Why Only Engineering ? Is there world outside it? - burst 3

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Building a Community Where Your Clients Feel Safe and Happy With Trish Hammond

Healthcare Business Secrets

01:57 min | 5 months ago

Building a Community Where Your Clients Feel Safe and Happy With Trish Hammond

"The side. Were talking with trish hammond. Trish hamid is the ceo of plastic surgery hub a platform where she helps thousands of men and women that want to improve the body's find the best surgeons available for the cosmetic medical plastic surgery needs and as one of the largest directories for plastic in cosmic since in australia. Welcome to the show and keystone notch. Thanks for having me here. So it's thought going to give some context as to who you on what you do and and sort of a to lead them into. Why go you on the show. So tell us about how you got into to what you're doing now and also give that a bit of a background and what you do issue. So how am i got into what is now is is about seven years ago. Actually belong let While it lost this white aviv's i've been big on my life. Loss fight and that in itself brings its own set of problems like you. Have accents skied. If you had like massive bursts which i actually had it on my life and coastal las way. I decided to have a breast reduction leaf to end. So i had that surgery in the syrian. Well how the. My recovery was quite horrendous. Started double dicing Just was really depressed and Feel better after surgery on felt worse model. Was you on. Dr google trying to find out what's going on everything that came up was a doctor's website and i thought i don't want to stay to a doctor. I don't want to speak to anez. Wanna speak to someone who is actually going through what i'm going through. Obey to what. I'm going straight so i wanted to connect with someone like may patient and then i thought they really needs to be at in this gap in the market to facilitate the conversation for people to speak to each other and that's how plastic surgery Started realized very early on the pace that ten. Oh you need to actually get income from a website to run a website. So it kind of evolved from there into direct remodel. And and now where we've evolved still. We keep evolving as we goes. We're a community now on facebook so we kind of have information on the website and in the community applies to be thankful that people can speak to each other.

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Man reported missing from Near North Side Chicago

John Williams

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Man reported missing from Near North Side Chicago

"WGN News, a 27 year old man reported missing from the near North Side neighborhood. Omar Abdel Hamid was last seen last Sunday is missing from the 1100 block of North Orleans Street that was from a missing persons alert from Chicago police. He's known to frequent the area of the Harold Washington Library, Police said. He was last seen wearing a white coat with brown fur and black pants. He's believed to not have identification might need medical attention. Area Three Detectives are investigating anyone

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Texas Faces Water Shortage as Many Are Still Without Power

Seattle Now

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Texas Faces Water Shortage as Many Are Still Without Power

"Texas close to five hundred thousand people are still without power which is actually an improvement from earlier this week except that the power crisis has led to a water crisis and now millions of texans are under boil orders to make their water drinkable. Do either of you know anybody in texas. Who's having to deal with us. Yeah yeah. I got friends in texas. I've been texting them today of gotten through to one so far. This is there okay. They got some power and water. My main takeaway is like you know. These are the things that we have to prepare for because climate change. That's a great example of what is happening now. I know you can't maybe pin that particular storm on climate change but climate is changing. And we're having severe weather events and we have to get ready for this. I mean i'm from vietnam and this is things that happened my country. I'd never imagined. I would see something like the country will be so when paired with texas will be so unprepared. It's just mind boggling. I don't know if you guys have heard of pin boy. He is the mayor of colorado city in west texas. Who would that air. We're asking for assistance. Because they had no electricity no running water and the mayor of colorado city. In texas responded. Take care of it yourself quote of sick and tired of people. Looking for a damn handout. He said the cdn county law will pal providers you nothing. He says only the strong survive. When i read this. I was like an onion article right like this is satire. Right it is not. It's just amazing. Just can't make this stuff

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"hamid" Discussed on DocsAndMore

DocsAndMore

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"hamid" Discussed on DocsAndMore

"Which are the most hostile rams? It's not a beautiful jungle book jungle. No wasn't wasn't because I remember you having to basically just Russia signed with fines and these other branches of trees and you know thorns and everything else. That's coming out. You not just like you know. What were you walking? But also just across your face everywhere actually. Yeah so there. Was that kind of difficulty but also the difficulty that we were living born. rations you know we had taken. Ma'am Army Supplies give to soldiers out in the field and that little packs that we would warm up so we had very basic food. We had to keep moving because There was always the threat of the Lao soldiers intercepting a US because they're always on the lookout for foreign journalists coming in to tell the story the monk in a this is a story that they don't want told and so we were always on God. We quite often had to walk through the night just so that we'd get as far away from the road as possible and it was something. I had never done before. Making documentaries is an adventurous. Or you know it's one of curiosity it's one that takes you to places that you've never been to. It's one way you must find your feet as soon as you land. Even if it's in a language that you don't understand you have to find ways of communication. There's one very moving moment in the film. When you eventually reach succumb to three days of having to trek through the jungle and when you reach their suddenly everyone is crying. Everyone's in tears. Yeah that was probably the most iconic moment I've ever captured on camera. It was incredible because I guess you have to understand that these people have been hiding in the jungles for about twenty seven years since ended the Vietnam War. They have never really seen outsiders. No when it comes to their rescue they have been waiting for those twenty five twenty seven years for the Americans to come and rescue them because they feel that they fought alongside them that they should come and rescue them. So when we came in those myself and my husband was With me and we had trump later among American when we walked in they thought because we were foreign that we had come to save them and so they would just all crying in relief in frustration with all the emotions in a and I. It was really really overwhelming for me. It it's funny because as a filmmaker to remain detached and carry on during the job. You're not carry on filming up to a certain point when I could no longer take and I had to have the camera over to me my husband and he told me and at that point the women stop speaking to me and I couldn't understand what they were saying but I could understand and feel the depth of the emotion and feeling of abandonment and it was really overwhelming. Actually what happens subsequently was I would phone was used as a witness accounts At the UN to a framework team of different agencies who carry out humanitarian work on behalf of the UN and then we also went to present our film to Congress in Washington. We did everything we went on a one month tour around America just basically raising awareness around the plight of the mall so you know that sort of took me above and beyond just being a filmmaker. But that's incredible. Isn't it that you're able to able to do that? And you are able to create some social change just because of the work that you do. Yeah I think it's a privilege and an honor to be able to do that and I think even if you can change one person's view on another person's life you've done your job as a documentary maker know. We are here to document the lives of people in as authentic away as possible and for me it is about you know bringing about change with my films just before we leave the question of people together off to use spoken to The people in Washington and he did. The torn raised awareness. Did anything actually happen? On the other among people still in hiding jungle or have things improved for them. Well in some ways things have improved over the years. There's been some kind of lobbying from different congressman different international agencies. And what happened? Was I think it just became untenable for the mall to stay in the jungle because they were literally being starved out the jungle? And eventually most of them have left. Some of them ended up as refugees in the countries. Like Thailand of those got sort of reintegrated into what they call rehabilitation villages. Which is that. They're back in the fold of loud society but they are very well wanted and in a way treated as a class citizens now. Let's a documentary making as well as working on all these furry deeply political and and serious subjects you've worked on one series could famous babysitter as well as a whole bunch of films with Reggie. Yates be three now. These are very different types of films. Was it very difficult to switch? No not really you see. I think when you become an experienced control maker basically you become a storyteller and it doesn't matter what genre you takeoff. We have the skills to transfer those into those different genres. However having said that I have fallen foul of my own success in a way and that success is that I'm very good at being thrown into a very difficult Country somewhere in the Falcons of the world and I can come back with film and so brought costs here particularly in Britain. Find it very difficult. See me now as someone who can do domestic stories. Because they think Oh. She's really serious. And does this difficult You know things in in in the international arena. But I think they're wrong in putting into that kind of folks and I fought to get out of that box and luckily I was able to make that series last summer famous spacer which was so different to what I normally do. It was a rig show which means that a family home was rigged with about twelve cameras where foaming with celebrities who basically want to be a parent but before they choose to have children they want to experience what it might be like to be a parent so what we did was. We matched them with certain families. So for instance. One of my contrivances was professor. Green The Rapper. And we put him with this. You know and professor green grew up in inner city London. In very difficult circumstances with absent parents grow up Vice Grandmother and we put him with a quintessentially English family in the COTTON SWABS. And it was all about you know exposing them to have families can function you know that the but within even what we consider to be a nice sort of middle class family there are issues and so the rig cameras go real often close and intimacy in foaming at but at the same time. We did a lot of observational style documentary. Making I really thoroughly enjoyed it and I kind of proved the point that just because I do oems about Brown or black people in so-called Weird countries that are dangerous and hostile doesn't mean that I can't do stories about your average English Joe Blokes in living in the console's now coming back the fact that you want or woman and use of all women of color has has that meant that. It's been quite difficult for you to work in. This industry has count against you. I think it's really hard to actually pinpoint and say that it's worked against me but what I do know is I have to work ten times harder. I have proved myself over and over again. I have to even despite your track record is pretty clear. Yeah even despite my record I'm respected. There's no doubt about it. People look at my CV and say oh how wonderful. How amazing my gorgeous made so many films and yet each time I go for job. I'm up against quite often white middle class males from a certain kind of background and I have to prove myself. I have to convince them that I can take on a story that they think is an English story. You know and what they don't realize is I've lived in Britain for the majority of my life. I've gone to school in Britain. I and surrounded by all things British and for them to think that I don't have an understanding of what it is to be. British really makes me laugh because I know more than just that I also know that diverse world that we are living in Britain in. I know Asian people. I know Muslim people a African people so what I feel sometimes disappointed as they don't recognize just the skills that we people of color bring to the table to enrich the television landscape. It is still a constant fight. Unruly sorry to say that that in thirty years we've been talking about diversity and to this day diversity whether it be people of color whether it be women whether the people You know disabled people. It's still a struggle and a fight to be brought to the table. So how do you think things Schick clearly things change? How can they change? Well I think it is for the people in positions of power to generally want to bring diversity onto the screens in because it's it's only good for everyone and they can do that by getting rid of the unconscious bias. They have to become doubly aware of that. They have to look at every application and assess carefully who it is that they're giving jobs to commissioning editors can turn to independent companies and say to them until you bring me a diverse workforce attached to this project. We're not commissioning you so I think it takes a huge effort and I think the F. has to come from those people sitting in positions of power it cannot rely on constantly. Try to push down doors. I mean I've been doing that for thirty years behind the doors. Do I need to knock down to be given the same starting point my white counterparts? And I'm sat. You know. Scientists say that really but you know we we are still dot kind of situation related. Can I just say thank you very much for coming onto the talk more? You've been listening to the DACHSHUND more podcast with Lucky Dodwell if you enjoyed the show review and subscribe to the series.

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"hamid" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"So you can watch duper Hamid super Hammerton. Like stuff as their faces the about to vomit or be one of those dizzy, happy people. Okay. So the largest waves eighteen twenty. Those was trying to get to largest immigrants came from Ireland, Germany from eighteen twenty to eighteen seventy the Irish and Germans made New Orleans. One of their main immigration ports. Second only to New York for head of Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore. I didn't know that man. I, I'm guessing that's why there's such a large Saint Patrick's Day celebration now. 'cause there's a lot of Irish immigrants who came in Orleans nor liens I sitting in America to host a significant settlement of Italians Greeks Croatians. Filipinos just before the opening the twentieth century, thousands of Sicilians came to New Orleans. In the early twentieth century New Orleans was still I remember about the Filipinos part because I wrote Filipinos joke at one point. I don't know if it made it to the final draft. Now I'm questioning the Filipino. I don't know that a large Filipino population made it in New Orleans in the nineteenth century out think so. I think but Italians Greece and quite that part's true in the early twentieth century New Orleans was still very French. One, nine hundred to report described. One. Fourth of the population of the city speaks French, an ordinary daily intercourse. That's how they wrote it while another two, fourth is able to understand language perfectly essential later after it's essentially African-American takeover the culture still predominantly very French Norma's happening place in early twentieth century by nineteen hundred. The city streetcars were electrified New Orleans. Jazz was born is clubs and dance halls of revolutionary way to combine ragtime blues. Spirituals in American songbook into something brand new and souls. Tree man, ragtime I would rather be, I think, just like hell. L. down and tickled than have to listen to a lot of ragtime. I liked a lot of music. Fuck, I don't think I've ever heard a ragtime or like, hey, turn it up tonight. Hey, turn up that ragtime. That's fucking that's hot jam that people say that his twelfth largest city in America, nineteen hundred almost three thousand people just a few thousand less than San Francisco, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, and and then inventor a Baldwin wood created the screw pump nineteen. Thirteen, powerful ingenious mechanization that allowed New Orleans to develop much swamps that surrounded the city and grow. Even more of this new pump technology drove the ambitious draining of low lying swamp swampland.

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"hamid" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on Here & Now

"Now dot org two more things that are very topical one is a book by a pakistani born author most and hamid exit west which you call a real novel about the daunting subject of the global refugee crisis especially relevant right now is i included yeah and i mean he's a great writer and also he just he's a real novelist so i was struck over and over again by the brilliance of his inventions and by the things he found to help him do things i mean for example through these kind of slightly supernatural things that happened in another and one of them is that there's a kind of portal through which these characters go as they become refugees and are chased from place to place and just a portland it allows them to go from point a to point b instantly within the space of a paragraph rather than humming having had narrate their entire journey from place to place i thought what a brilliant way of saving yourself trouble of pages about a journey that people think they might know the details of and just getting his characters to the next place they have to be why don't we finish up on the novels of jane austen they've always been extremely popular in part for her humor but you say she's also a keen observer of economic conditions how so well she understood you know why to her characters so desperately need to get married i mean it's partly for love and partly those books are about finding someone you love to marry but it was also an economic consideration i mean the fact that property and money were not left to women so women had to find other ways to survive economically and financially mostly through marriage i mean fortunately most of that has gone by now but she was so astute and understanding the ways in which money and finance affected everybody's everyday behavior and which would you recommend oh pride and prejudice sense and sensibility can't go wrong there also great and francine in summer you've given us a lot to read and the specific reasons why we should read each of these but in aggregate what's the thrust behind these recommendations in their entirety what do you want us to get from them well i would just like people to keep reading and to keep reading really good books and what are the reasons for reading i mean they're different for everyone of course but among them are pleasure or wisdom or understanding other human beings or appreciating someone's use of the language i mean they're endless numbers of reasons and all of them seem important me and all of them are reasons why i keep writing and keep right at francine prose thank you for all your recommendations thanks thanks so much printing roses newest book is called what to read and why.

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"hamid" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Have a greater tendency to be monogamous so some of it may have to do with testosterone level some of it hamid had to do with culture and some of it may have to do with the by talk about that vasil preston receptor gene in that there seemed to be in the little prairie voles studies that we look at there's a vol that is called the role in the males in that species are berry monogamous they pair bond they take care of the pups and his cousin the mon tain vil is just the opposite he's kinda hit and run guy he's very promiscuous and in simulates many females doesn't do anything to take care of the pups progress even know who is pups are so they're very different they they've discovered the bays or present receptor gene which is another hormone in the brain in those ones that are monogamous are very along receptor and the ones that are promiscuous or very short in humans have that same kind of as a present receptor gene and in some males it's long and males short actually seventeen different links and humans so is a very large range and some studies have looked at that big swedish study looked at that and found that the males that are have the longest phase of receptor gene would be hypothesized to be more monogamous actually have the longest longterm marriages so there's something to do with genetics culture and hormones all wrapped up into that which don't i think that's this fascinating that we humans would have that type of diversity propensity is really interesting over so guy falls in love all these hormones or bathing his brain and his body to pair up with of email they do and baby results so i so it's like what happens to omit the male brain when he he becomes a father so fascinating thing about the fatherhood hormones the testosterone drops by.

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"hamid" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Because that's what they think the cia is there to do to to get context on the ground in syria who will tell the cia where alqaeda is so i said well there's like abdul hamid and his number is four five six seven three two you know i had to make i decided that under torture in a way that sounded plausible and i couldn't change the phone numbers because he changed them they go you're lying so i had to memorize all these phone numbers well you say enrolling stone that you actually lost control of your store retail sometimes of course i mean i kept lying to them i couldn't remember the lies and all this made them think that i was lying more so they tortured more i did terrible terrible kind of system but i can imagine the our our own torture victims that people were torturing go through the same stuff so they because oftentimes those people don't have any useful information either and i'm imagining that you know people who support you in a hospital and people who believe that instant arrogation as it's called actually work that for the cia they're professionals in alqaeda well those are the amateurs of course this this is not a good way to go what would you say to them i would say that torture bureaucracies they tend to resemble one another they corrupt the minds of the torturers is a very harmful thing to do to these people part of the reason why alqaeda was having children torture me in the first place was because they know that it it like perverts your sensibility and they want to bring their children and outsiders and everybody among them into line with a commanders it just distorts your consciousness when you inflict pain on another human being so we don't want this to happen to our own military guys it is happening of course to the alqaeda guys because they have no conscience about this but we should have we must have a conscience when we deal with our enemies.

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"hamid" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Yes yes i think you're right black mother white father there's a side with a black actresses like you want me to do jaquet like sort of like you know his basically making fun of them for hamid yeah but now still uncomfortable and they keep on the succumb the worth so broadened so hammy they keep on talking this crying she has to do and you're like we're what a crying fit and the thing this seamy shoot i have no idea what it is right nece in the sitcom what is it especially multi camera sitcoms try to avoid a motion seems as much possible they would do one very special episode every season maybe maybe in the pilot though but that's sort of like a it's sort of like a fax alight type i dunno right so they're like grilling her on why she's been acting out so much and she's rocking back and forth on this life along much pause think she looks like to me yes but then she says the line right and she's saying the other kids make fun of me because i'm i'm not black no she says a worse word than oh yes the worst word colored okay right and everyone in the audience but they're not shocked because of the word they're like oh yes she doesn't get it the white guy says something go white guy says like you don't say colored say black i know black lady says you don't say black you say african american and the whole audience laugh laughter.

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"hamid" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Look like we were ended up very you a helicopter to fly down on this stage and have you come back and play drums now these set him up lescot lane a little bit a double based on i don't want to ruin it because people come in there to see you in it was too could you during a festival so i figure you played a shorter said like if if you're going then it's a fullon you show if you have some jerkov comic come on for one song i think the crowd can handle that but if it's just like hey we only got time for six dogs it on one of the guy from g h ones i love the eighty strikes practice going to play drums and i know you guys like get a kick out of that i'm just worry that you've fed ziglar what they're going to fucking throw at me when i'm up there my favorite guest appearance for us of all time was during law palooza we add kirk hamid from metallica oh wow at come on stage we'd known kirk for awhile we'd we'd opened up from metallica on a bunch of dates in europe and so we got to be friends and kirk came out and we did a cover of a black seven songkold super not at a festival and we're playing it and we gave him the second lead in the song so he started going crazy i mean his hair was flying it looked like he had one of those industrial blow dryers on his hair and there was yell blow drier at says his hair was fling in iran's into it he was into it and all that but it just went on for fucking ever and so the rest of the bandages right well fuck it we're outta here so we all just walked off and by the by the tommy realize what's happening he's still in the middle of his lead there's no band members up there and four called stand in there on the side of the.

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"hamid" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Bringing no the in the past upon in the fbi of the man by the way first man wait i'll wave the federal way day and i'm mad both of them laura back oh man hamid film and two by two that day upi the yup on them not the to back luke maye hag down it away their day.

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"hamid" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Bringing no the in the past upon in the fbi of the man by the way first man wait i'll wave the federal way day and i'm mad both of them laura back oh man hamid film and two by two that day upi the yup on them not the to back luke maye hag down it away their day.

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"hamid" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on The Watch

"Best single episodes of the year mastered none would be on there for me a hamid told the on their game of thrones lou trained battle episode topthree absolutely that question well this is this is why this infuriate season was overall disappointing and i think you are talking about the achievement of beni often ways and the production values are certainly as they've ever been in the performances but i think that they the seems right and that this year i i don't think the writing because i think they were too many shortcuts this year that where i guess necessary because they feel the need to end the show but i did not have the emotional weight to counterbalance the action that i had that we felt in the past it set a very high bar uh i mean you know you and i feel like 'cause he hit inner sneaky p l i also don't this is on alert light let me just say this let me say this you know tv shows especially like shows like game of thrones and especially if we're going to go into this more sort in the atmosphere where shows are gonna come out to tell a one to tell a singular story they're gonna have seasons where they take those steps to setting absolutely setting up the next thing that doesn't mean that because you don't have every answer every pay off a rare every thing kind of a kind of coming to a conclusion by the end of the season that they've made a mistake as you think that the reason why this one of the reasons why this show is so unique was that they did that they did what now had that season in five seasons five which by the way was bemoaned every critic out there hated i loved it i thought it was great and he set up at season's sex and i and everyone than just went ape should overseas in six seasons six would not have worked without see us in.

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"hamid" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"You know to turkey and stuffing and gravy and and then of course hamid and everything else that comes with the fixings the you know few weeks afterwards this ruin your holidays or could this be a great thing for your heart to lead into the to the second barrett only of the year for me that was pretty pretty awesome laugh i think lafayette far allied day before thanksgiving yeah it's definitely you know we're we're i wanna fight but this year i was able to um i just cut down a little bit i feel was able to have i would still like uh a couple of weeks out from our fight i was able to have like a sample of everything that we all know under in uh based give it as long as they didn't get you crazy in in um to top it all off this by is on my birthday birthday is the day that i'm fight so it's going to be a you know a hell of a way to end in the year for me fall society christmas one of those people who qualifies for here's your gift for your birthday i i the double we're hey you're at double a definitely my whole life family i mean it was all one kinda one celebration you know so but it's it's funny to got um i recently got married and we we got married on by dr anniversary sunday and my wife grow and birthday is thank you my wife's birthday is on the fourth everything we got coming up in december like we're we're up he was just that'd be one one day celebrations won't spinner.

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"hamid" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I on the phone i'm like i told him i'm done saturday hamid received friday subtle measure in they worked it out and i went to new york it's kind of an intimidating guiren he's not an intimidating guy i think his accomplishments are intimidating um he's a very sweet guy very you know you very approachable i you know i guess depending on who you are i don't know i hear so many different stories might um i get there on the sunday shows me his studio which is a museum because he keeps everything from every project he's ever done and it is a story behind everything and at the end of the day he says all right cool so jameel for st me smile we we dabbing and on my way back among watch has happened like it doesn't get a job on my i understand the tom tell me a little bit about nola nola is a woman who who martius to tworoom beat an wants to live her life not the life that other people want her to live she's an artist she is a free spirit a feather in the wind if he will and she strong she's she's giving she's motivated in ocis bribe end she's flawed she's flawed and i think she's also i think she's also hurt in seoul she's she's looking for she's looking for certain purpose or certain meaning in her life that only she understands now i want to go i want give people an idea here what we're talking about because if you're listening to the show sous shows the variance interviewing you haven't seen the show you might be under the impression that this is did you know this is just a love story this is just a story about romance it's about it's about so much more and i wanna make a clip that might help you understand a little bit of that.

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"hamid" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on Tech News Today

"And i was like oh school so um i had a friend who's nuclear scientists don't ask of uh of long story uh trump hamid caleb got together and i am defies a m two simple way possible device that can detect gamma radiation show um it's just in a a switch is just kind of like just is telling if something of offer on and the and the obstacle part of it is what makes she'll cheapest because basically so slight and so uh gild would have to explain it but basically does this if they detect worth they're not that that lightest been split by by gamma by chief by a particles gamma radiation and ocoee i he presented his arm after their can occur society on conference vegas it was also a round the turkish birthday so those are perfect timing adam and out a lot of people were impressed by truly sugar really great um i'm i'm curious to know how you feel i mean i feel like the story around uber often kenneth ventures into the story rowe this like growing trend towards autonomous vehicles and while you're talking about the technology the yuban working on israeli geared towards actual human drivers and not you know not machines not robots a driving the cars does this shift towards atanas fleets as i keep you hope for the future of auto safety compared to kind of what we've grown a costume were used to now right so when you think about it um to autonomously already has a strict algae it already has to sunshine redlight show all all i'm asking is that we miniaturise and um um that from other from that technology and make it available for for english irish but yes the autonomous thomas h cars already have astrology bilton and i'm sure there will be in oh dirt they're testing it to make sure that you know they facials lives don't endangering lives there i guess what i'm saying effect is kenneth opposite if affect the technology this pink kinda shrunk into this autonomous model should be um also kind of fresh wracked if you're looking at people who were actually driving on harsh right and if it's a raspberry pie and you know the can i tell our camera um it's something that's affordable it's not crazy expensive technology ad.

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"hamid" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Good new an and but like hamid you actually use on a radio riyadh not three hundred eleven like i probably use something like twenty or thirty on a regular basis i mean the the mac emac tools tend to be larger in scope and fewer in number for a lotta people i i would bet on the there's a lot more like large park tiffany tools large creation tools large library tools as opposed to an ira west where you have a whole bunch of stuff that does like little things or one one thing at a time that's mentioned i always has games and the mac unfortunately does i do have a subculture for games see what's in that i have voted for mac ports that i haven't touched it i mean i have esteem icon there to or it's in the game solar only have forty two items but there are some folders in there so just goes on on on i got gotta lot out but here's the thing with the reason i have somebody applications as they don't unimak applications don't aren't in your face like they are in iowa like an springboard your inyerface unless you bury them in a folder like all the mar again in i don't watch applications but on the application will like nobody else you to commence face or wherever and whenever i use like disk inventory acts or whatever to find our on my space has been taken up it's never with applications because in the grand scheme of things they're tiny in our one tower by dr even a huge application like maybe occasionally like marco you get crank it some multi gigabyte sound samples that are part of some stupid apple application but other than that all the data is elsewhere so i never end up deleting applications like i look inherent i've got like.

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"hamid" Discussed on SRSLY

SRSLY

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on SRSLY

"The other thing we wanted to flag up is that the handmaid's tale is now available to viewers in the uk you can watch it legally usual none of you what she illegally siro certainly wasn't nice so now you now to your chance so it sound channel four on sunday night's the first episode ed sunday just gotten we're not going to talk about it for a few weeks because we already talked about it on episode ninety one when it launched in the us so if you would like to hear our thoughts on the hamid style though this does elizabeth mawson and expedite the exact tra i need to go back and find that upset and maybe will revisit in the future he knows seriously and now on with the emails we have a really great one from amy responding to our discussion of kimi schmidt last week she says i started watching it initially loved it but honestly couldn't make it past the first season but because the too many things to watch party 'cause i flip say much between finding hilarious thank you titus and getting increasingly uncomfortable about the minor extra characters which is interesting because i'm not sure i would think you can be schmidt as a massive on sombo drama like lab mice knows they're all probably six to eight sort of less important guarantees you get little skits did that said i have watched the laminating episode and it made up for a lot my office also obsessed with pena noir and the lyrics and so we onto shamed and then she put the idea of titus like throwing off his jacket going pino nauw rouz loudly which was excellent thanks amy i definitely share your reservations about the show in having unequivocally loved it in its first and second series etiquettes.

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"hamid" Discussed on English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast - Learn English Online

English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast - Learn English Online

02:10 min |

"hamid" Discussed on English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast - Learn English Online

"Hamid says that's a good reason for you to stay home from work today he's telling her that she should not go to work because her vision is blurry sue however says i can't i can't stay home i have to give a presentation this afternoon and i can't flake out on my coworkers the expression to flake f l a k e out is a two word frazo verb meaning not to do something you are supposed to do especially something you are supposed to do with another person for example you say that you are going to go to a movie with your friend and that you will meet at the movie theater but then you decide you're not going to go to the movie and you don't even tell your friend that would be to flake out even if you did tell your friend that could also be considered flaking out especially if you do it at the last minute meaning right before the actual time you are supposed to go to the movie we can also use the verb to flake to mean the same thing but to flake out is probably more common the chew word frizzell version suit is giving a presentation with some of her coworkers people with whom she works and so cannot stay home hamid says what good are you to them if your blind as a bat what good are you to them means how are you going to help them if you are blind as a bat.

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