25 Burst results for "nobis"

"nobis" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

"nobis" Discussed on WSB-AM

"He had Tommy Nobis Center. Donate at Tommy Nobis center dot org or by calling 1866. Nova's auto news, weather traffic 95.5 W S. B Atlanta's news and talk At nine o'clock. I'm Jennifer Griffis live in the WSB 24 hour news center with WSB s top story this hour CBS News Special Report. Hurricane IDA has weakened slightly to a Category three storm with maximum sustained winds of 120 MPH, CBS meteorologist David Parkinson says it's city in Mississippi and Louisiana, New Orleans. Triple digit wind gusts along with all of that rain and all of that storm surge. This is a really, really uniquely historic storm. New Orleans police chief Sean Ferguson with a plea to the residents of his city. Ask you to please please right now hunker down yourselves. Do not put ourselves do not put our fire department do not put our TMS in harm's way. As you're putting yourselves in harm's way. National Hurricane Center's John Cangelosi on how long this will last, in addition to the strong winds are still concerned for certainly the heavy rain and storm surge along the coastline. So although the system has made landfall the impacts Will be continuing for the next day or two over 720,000. People are without power. CBS NEWS Special Report I'm Stacey Lynn 81 degrees in Atlanta. Partly cloudy tonight lows in the seventies. Some isolated showers tomorrow highs around 90. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up the Atlanta Humane Society to the rescue, bringing dozens of pets here to Georgia ahead of hurricane itis. Arrival, The society's disaster response team.

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Can A Son Lead His Mothers Business When She Sells Exclusively to Women?

The Small Business Radio Show

02:06 min | 5 months ago

Can A Son Lead His Mothers Business When She Sells Exclusively to Women?

"We have forty one thousand investors out there that are selling beauty. They're selling wellness and they're also selling relationship ads for products so this business actually was started in nineteen three the base in our house. I was still in high school at the time. My mom founded the company and was out there because she solar niche. This whole need about people losing connection divorce rates creep in a sixty percent nobis out there communicating. Few new people needed more information on their bodies how to keep the relationship you know fresh and fun and so we have forty one thousand pastors that are during that exact same thing across the globe that are going out there in basically being like the petrous for some us in a relationship love life how to keep creativity coming back in to your relationship so i i was. I was fortunate that that my mom asked me to come into the business in two thousand Businesses doing about a billion dollars right. It was great. We had about three hundred and fifty people. I remember my mom sitting there going okay. So you know. I'm bringing you back in to come on lurking in atlanta georgia right. I'm having a great time and worked publicly traded company. There and i remember you were to come back now. I thought when. I come back and i started selling release student hansard products. This is in two thousand this list as being true today. I'm never going to get a job eating chris. What was your last job grades is. We have no no no. I'm saying people gonna ask you. Chris what was your last job. I mean this is the funniest part is that i didn't know it was going to work out the way it did when i came in patty stuck to doing product and product development and training a mindless strategy. Growth vision. Where we going. And either we really set back and dividing the concord in taking the company every asked what is the secret and the secret was we literally moment. I got in hugh hall and went from city to city to city in in looking for people that want to own and operate their business. You know they use the word side-hustle. Today i love the fact we've been new inside. House aligns their nineteen

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Tough Questions About Lightroom and Photoshop

This Week in Photo

01:56 min | 5 months ago

Tough Questions About Lightroom and Photoshop

"Guys. Know the resistance to the creative cloud and the switch to a nobis from from a consumer standpoint the switch to the the subscription model which has a lot of people looking for alternatives. Maybe not a core audience because they're going to stick with it no matter what but there's other people that are like there's this there's that or whatever and i can cobble together. Something that gets the job done. It may not be as integrated as creative cloud but it gets the job done. And i'm only paying one fee for you know i capture one and affinity photo etc matt authority. I when you're faced with somebody that's making that decision you know. Let's take let's take funds out of it you know. Even though the subscription things a big deal take funds out of for this this chat or for this question. And they're just making a decision on where to place their bets because they want to be in this creative world for the long haul and they don't have to relearn stuff you know. Is it better for them to just you know dive in with the new kids because their doing cool stuff in ai and all this stuff or should they go and buy a brick building you know dobie side and just deal with and change the furniture out every now and then. What are you what he say. I mean i i'm always i look at it this way And i'm i'm gonna speak more toward photographers. That's that's primarily. Who i talked to but of of all the things that photographers spend money on ninety nine a month is the cheapest thing that you will spend money on as a battalion And and we can argue aside from the camera and the lens. It's the most important thing that you'll spend money on for for your photography. So i usually just frame it to people that way that ill. It's this ten dollars a month for arguably one of the most important steps in your

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Why You Should Stop Snacking And Start Fasting

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

Why You Should Stop Snacking And Start Fasting

"Hello Jason. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks for having me on. We're GONNA have a great chat I. Loved Your Latest Book that you co wrote with eve and Meghan, and this is titled Life in the Fast Lane. I'm curious to start. How does somebody WHO's a kidney specialists get? So interested in fasting as a subject yeah. That's a great question I think that what happened is that as? A kidney specialists, what I do is I see a lot of type two diabetics and as we've had this sort of increasing obesity epidemic since the nineteen seventies that sort of was followed by an epidemic of type two diabetes starting in the late nineteen eighties, nineteen nineties, and then type two diabetes is actually far and away the most common cause of kidney disease. So as you know we went into the two, thousand, two, thousand ten we started to see much more and more of type two diabetes related kidney disease. So I actually encountered it quite a bit and as it became more and more important part of my practice I started to think about weight loss because the entire way that we treat you know. Disease is sort of backwards that is if you look at type two diabetes related kidney disease, for example, we spend a lot of money and effort trying to design drugs and dialysis and all that sort of stuff. However, the actual treatment doesn't make sense because we have kidney disease from type two diabetes while the answers to how to get rid of it is. Telling you right there if you have if you don't have type two diabetes, then you can't get diabetic related disease and if you lose weight year type two diabetes will get better. So the real answer to this whole problem lies in getting to the root cause, which is the weight. If you lose weight, then you don't get the type two diabetes. You don't get the kidney disease and that's really the only good way to treat the disease yet as a medical profession nobody was interested. In weight loss and to a large extent nobis really interested. We started gave up this entire concept which is so important. So fundamental to human health because this is what we face in North America today, lot of problems of of touchy diabetes and obesity, and we gave it up to like you know weight watchers, Jenny Craig and all those sorts of things it's like that's fine but it's really an important subject. So that's when I started to look at the question of weight loss and When I looked at it was clear that there wasn't a lot of really good thinking in the area. The entire field was dominated by sort of calories in calories out theory that is you know we've all heard this before you know it's just a matter of eating fewer calories and exercising more like if you actually think about it for a little bit, it actually makes very little sense that is you know it's a very sort of simplistic argument because the question is not whether people are eating more calories or burning less calories. The question is sort of wire the eating mark how And why are they not burn as many calories and it turns out that the real answer to why we're gaining weight is more likely related to our hormones. Then the number of calories were eating as an example, you can eat two different foods of the same. The same number calories. So you could eat broccoli or you could drink Soda Strictly Soda. Well, it's very easy to gain weight if you're drinking soda. But almost nobody gained weight eating Broccoli. So the point is that for two foods that are the same calories they're completely different in the minute you put it in your mouth. The hormonal response to those two foods is completely and utterly different. So if the hormones different the hormonal instructions that we deliver to our body or going to be completely different. So a simple example as tidy if you drink sugary soda, there's almost no sitadi signalling. You don't feel full from drinking sugary soda yet if you eat a large number of calories of Broccoli or steak or any sort of real. Natural food you will get full. So that's a simple example of how the body responds to these calories to foods of equal calories but totally different response from our bodies, and therefore what's important is not just the number of calories that this sort of hormonal response and that's you know that's what I talk about. A lot of is this sort of trying to get to the root cause of what causes weight gain rather than this, very, very simplistic sort of calories in calories out model which to be honest hasn't really helped anybody that is it's in the standard sort of advice for. Doctors and Dietitians everybody to count your calories yet it almost helps nobody. So you know here we have a treatment which is counting calories and doing calorie restricted diets, which has a failure rate's probably on the order of ninety nine percent. So it's like why would that be standard treatment if the failure rates like ninety, nine percent I, it's not just my opinion you see it in the numbers like the numbers don't lie there's more and more obesity out there people try to lose weight they count their calories and they don't lose weight. So it's not a very good strategy from all sorts of from all angles

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Selling the Brand Name

Android Central Podcast

06:21 min | 1 year ago

Selling the Brand Name

"This week it was revealed that Mark Levin who used to run Google, the pixels camera program, the of H plus computational photography at at Google. Search for the person who brought the Pixel name into the mainstream when it came to great photos, has he left's? You left a few months ago. We didn't know where he went and we now know that he ended up at Adobe to build. What is essentially the next generation of Adobe Computational photography APPS? Adobe has a lot of photography APPs. We spoken about this on the show, but they recently came out with the dedicated adobe photo. APP, and it was. It's basically a way to. Bring realtime effects filters to your phones. It runs surprisingly well on android that well as obviously on Ios, but. I think the move was interesting. Because lavoix brings so much of that legacy, science and Authority to Adobe. Where he's GonNa Build, Cross Platform. Products so. Andrew. This was a big deal when Andrew when mark left. It's an even bigger deal now that we know where he ended up just giving nobis. A. Massive massive influence in the in the industry. What do you think about this? And why do you think it's a big deal? And now that he's there? It makes a ton of sense I mean I i. don't I don't know we didn't really do a lot of speculating. When it was revealed that he had left, and we kind of just assumed he was going to go back to doing a lot more research stuff and continuing to be just focused on the things he was doing at. which he was doing can concurrently with his position to Google. So. It makes a ton of sense that he would go to adobe, but I was just happy to see that adobe set like their official statement was. He's GonNa work on a universal camera APP. He's not just going to go work on some like color science inside photoshop or something like that disappear. I think he's clearly too important to be kind of just put in the back. Behind the scenes for adobe. Obviously. It was much more excited until jerry crushed everybody's dreams with his follow up editorial mine, which was you know appreciated I? Suppose I like being checked on my enthusiasm, but the idea that hundreds of millions of android users could have more access to pixel like. I'll say pixel adjacent camera features. is just really enticing. I mean having it locked up inside. Google was great for the Pixel and great for pushing the industry forward from Google's perspective, but you had to buy a pixel in order to have access to that not. Just install an APP, but now I handed over to Jerry. Tell me why that's not possible. It's. Because of the way, Camera APPs work now. they use. Hardware and software inside each individual model, so there will never be a great universal camera APP. It's just not possible, and we know that this this has been a pain point for so so long of you know didn't give proper if he is even to access low level camera hardware. And then they tried a little bit harder, but is very clear that when you install a third party camera, APP, even if it does the the right things I'd still doesn't have the low level access that the default camera. APP does right and that's. Google didn't do that from the beginning, so that forced companies like Samsung and LG to build their own, and now they don't want to abandon that. That's yeah work they've done and. They depend on. You know the way they interface with any image processing hardware. And that's not open. Ye Adobe can't just say well okay APP, check and see which camera it is and then decide. which hardware you want use to help build a great picture, and that gets more complicated now with multi camera arrays is well. I assume right YEP. It's a you know I I don't WanNA crush. Crush. It's going to be a good APP I'm sure it's it's going to be you know cream of the crop for third party camera APPS, but it's not gonna be near as good as the APP that came with your phone. If you bought you know A. Flagship android phone. Yeah, the one thing I can. I can hear everybody screaming right now is well side load Google Camera APP on my Galaxy S. nine and takes amazing photos. Yeah exactly and this is. This is perhaps why people have a little bit of optimism for this because. The thinking if some random person on day, or whatever can reverse engineer this and have it run pretty well on just your most high end, qualcomm chips, then surely the guy who had a central role in bringing that whole system to be in the first place, surely He. The most he has of the cloud that adobe has potentially would be able to work with qualcomm to come up with something relatively universal, even if you know of chips, exodus and and stuff a little bit of extra challenge on top of that she'll they can all work together and based on common platform. Most android phones have with with QUALCOMM DSP. Surely they can, at least do something special in the way that maybe you'll built in. Maybe a building smartphone camera isn't necessarily as good, but maybe dysfunctions in a different way and is better at certain things. It's what it's not gonNA. have any access to the machine learning stuff that all companies use. That's where the sticker is because. Nobody including Google as an open machine learning platform inside their phones.

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Honeybees Need Your Help

Short Wave

10:36 min | 1 year ago

Honeybees Need Your Help

"Today, a non coronavirus. You about honeybees from a guy who knows all about. Them Sami Ramsey Aka Dr Bugs. First of all can i. just ask you how you got that nickname, so actually got that title Doctor. Bugs while working at the Supreme Court of the United States I work with the Supreme Court in. I know, I know I was the only intern some measure and the deputy clerk of the court referred to me as bugs, and then told him that I was going for my doctor. He's like Oh, Dr Bugs so honestly, the Supreme Court just did not know how to handle your entomologist and all they could do was just yell but. They really did not know what to do with that. And of course, nickname stuck, which is perfect for savvy. A honeybee researcher at the US Department of Agriculture also props to the Supreme Court for taking an entomology and turn the best science. Yeah, I, said it. Okay. So how is play an important role in our ecosystem and for our economy, but the cells as you might have heard are not doing so hot. we lost. About forty percent of our honeybee colonies left with deeply concerning and unfortunately, as continued a trend over the past decade, or so of US losing close to thirty percent of our bees every year. And that could have huge consequences for all of us. So today the show what's killing the Bees Sammy Ramsey tells us what's driving these die-offs including a wild critter straight out of a horror movie. And he tells us what we can do to help the base. Two semi your friends, the honeybees. They're not doing well. Can you give us a quick snapshot of Why that matters Honeybees are dramatically importance to the environment in a number of different ways We could survive without them. We would just be really really bummed out because we would lose things like coffee. Avocados lemons limes oranges. Fruits and vegetables are pollinated by Honeybees, and while they wouldn't disappear entirely the huge amounts that we produce them in with simply be unsustainable, and they will become incredibly expensive prohibitively, so honeybees are worth more than eighteen billion dollars to the US economy every single year, primarily because of their pollination services in the night off that you mentioned earlier. Is this at all related to you know news reports that came out a few years back about bees kind of vanishing. Is that related to this dollars that a different thing? Who Okay here we go, so? We were talking about the colony collapse disorder. The defining quality was really that would open a colony that had been fairly productive, and just days before, and there would be pretty much nobis there. We have not seen that particular set of issues in more than half a decade now. We don't know whether it was a virus. Weather is a novel parasite whether it was just the confluence of. Of all of these different issues all coming together that the bees been dealing with stress climate change because it disappeared so sharply that we still haven't had the time to fully flesh out what occurred there. Okay, so so that is not what's going on now. That has subsided. We're not exactly sure what caused it. We're not exactly sure what ended it, but we're glad it's gone. So let's talk about the actual issues. That's making it hard for the bees to survive now so there's a triangle. Factors called the three piece, and that stands for parasites, pesticides and poor nutrition. These are the three main issues currently impacting honeybees now while colony collapse disorder is not still e problem. It did open our eyes to the fact that our bees are really unhealthy. What is? Is potentially the case. Is that colony collapse disorder isn't the issue. The bees were dealing with, but just sort of the punctuation mark at the end of a very long and very concerning sentenced about the state of honeybees around the world, so let's talk about the I p. the parasites you study that one that sounds like honestly to me a transformer. Tell me about that one. Varroa destructor does sound like a transformer, and while you might think that name is melodramatic, it's not I mean this parasite is off the wall wacky this parasite small about one point two millimeters long it climbs onto a be, and it will actually wedge itself between the exoskeletal plates that make up the bee's body so pretty much the be skin. It wedges itself under their. Their kinda levers one of the plates up and breaks through the skin under that with this mouse parts, and it releases this cocktail of digestive enzymes that break down the tissue in that region into a slurry, is literally turning the beasant cream of honeybees soup, and then sucking that out of their body so deeply concerned. You didn't have to say that with the Soup Yeah Sorry I you. It's a very good metaphor, but you didn't have to do. Well I. Want People to understand the horror story that honeybees are living through on a regular basis. It gives us more of a respect for them. You know. Yeah, okay, so let me get this right so this particular parasite this in. Might you know the way that it acts on the bees is extremely destructive in an also kind of them up suffer even more from poor nutrition exactly so let's talk about poor nutrition. What does food for a be look like in in? Why aren't they having much access to it? As they need great question so honeybees, the visit tons and tons of. Of Flowers, and they drink the nectar from these flowers. They transported back to the colony They regurgitate it into the cells. at they dehydrate it and turned it into honey they also collect pollen from these flowers, and all that pollen is used as a source of protein to then rear their offspring. So when these BS don't have a lot of pollen or nectar, they begin to starve, and they go into this stressed out sort of crisis mode. There's a lot of stress that they deal with as a result of that, and unfortunately, it's not just the matter of starvation. Them having a diet that is not. That can be really problematic. An individual, who is constantly eating French fries isn't starving, but they don't have the full complement of nutrition that they need in order to be healthy, and that's sort of the scenario that we have the bees in at this point and that doesn't allow the bees the sort of diversity that they need when they're feeding. Of Our land has been turned over for of course, the development for. So. There's a lot of monocultures out there of plants producing the exact same nutritive in their pollen. Okay, so final P. Pesticides. What are we talking about exactly? And what's kind of the problem? pesticides win used responsibly can be very effective at reducing the numbers of destructive insects that are destroying crops and keeping the cost of producing these crops down Now we have a lot of pesticides that are systemic there absorbed by the seed, and they ended up in different parts of the plant, such as the pollen or the nectar that has been collected by the bees and brought back. Back to the colony, and it moves all through the colony in addition to that there are chemicals like my decides mixed in with the herbicides and weed killers. People sprayed on their lawn, mixed with the Agricultural Insecticides while those chemicals may be used responsibly. We actually don't know what the interacting impact is for all of those different chemicals together. We've found that colonies on average have between three and four different chemicals in the colony anyone point and upwards of fourteen times, which can be really concerning, because we just can't account for all of the different effects that can have Gotcha Gotcha. So Okay Sammy if we as humans don't take actions to intervene. What. Do People that study? These think is going to happen. ooh, okay. We don't take action to intervene. I can tell you very clearly. There's going to be a dramatic economic impact without the bees. To produce those plants and native pollinators would take up some of the slack, but we would not be able to produce them nearly the large amounts that we produce them in. But I do want to say. Very clearly that this is being blown out of proportion by the magic of the Internet, people think that everyone will die if the B.'s disappear, but there are plenty of wind pollinated plants, corn rice, that cultures have lived off of for ages, and they've been fine. The problem is we will lose so much diversity in our diet and food would be a lot more expensive because there would be a massive drop in supply. Gotcha, so okay, what kind of solutions or things you know that we can do as a society would have the most impact in helping the Honeybee. Wonderful that Anyone can do. leave those dandelions alone. Don't mow the lawn in a way that is getting rid of all of the the difference Dandelions and things that we typically considered to be weeds, the wildflowers that spring up in your lawn. Bees love them. Leave them alone nowhere. We killer on those. And if you really want to be a huge help, plant tons of flowers and your front and backyard make a be sanctuary out of your living space. If more people did that, the issues that the bees deal with in terms of poor nutrition would be mitigated in a number of different ways, because bees are capable of self medicating if they can get a lot of resin and different kinds of nectar and pollen from flowers, able to medicate themselves, but they can't do that when they only have the offerings of that one plant. Okay Sammy I appreciate you and I appreciate the bees hall. That, warms my heart to hear I think. B.'s actually really love being appreciated. Well. Don't we? All I'm going to go home and not kill any dandelions implant some flowers. My Work here is done. Sammy Ramsey Aka Dr. Bucks and Tamala just with the US Department

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What The NBA’s New Salary Cap Projection Means For 2020 Free Agency

Pop Culture Cosmos

03:32 min | 1 year ago

What The NBA’s New Salary Cap Projection Means For 2020 Free Agency

"It gets closed the trade deadline headline then you have GM sweating and Al and the GM's that really need to make a trade for whatever reasons. Those of the deals that may slip under the radar that may be the difference between a team really producing. NTN`Er team really not producing a right next to the trade deadline. Those the ones I I really wanna see because those the ones that are executed in haste there not couple cited some those have a tendency to be more one sided than any other traits that we see so. I'm looking forward to that a whole week. Well this whole week when it concerns the NBA trade deadline A lot of things going on right now with the rumors and all the stuff. That's out there. One thing I do want to tell fans out there before we head on out is that the I know. There's a lot of things that are being set out there from these experts from these journalists from these podcasts that you're listening to out there as far as NBA hardcore fans are concerned. One of the things you're hearing is bird rights pertaining bird rights. Oh this guy doesn't have a big rides. Oh the the team will get his bird rights. I WANNA make sure everybody understands. What are bird rights at Burger is basically it stands from? Yes Larry Bird dealing with the contract situation. -Tuation the Boston Celtics longtime ago. Basically it's something that's now done on. The collective bargaining agreement and also with the players and owners has been formally set up bird bird rights according to go ahead with sports lingo dot com user exact termination. Here's someone to quote them. Bird rights is a term used to describe a tactic an NBA free free agency or trading or trading where a team is allowed to exceed the salary cap at the maximum salary in order to sign one of their own players. That's something that a Lotta people need understand what it concerns the lingo. That's going on right now because you're going to hear a lot about those two words bird rights you know if they trade a player and the the team can still retain the bird rights or if they can't because if they can't that makes a lot of difference especially those tax strap teams those those that are over or close to the tax if they cannot retain these players if they don't have their bird rights so that's something very important key to listen to down the road over the next next few days whether team is going to trade for a player that they can keep their bird rise because it it helps these teams for the long term if they want to go ahead and resign nineties players with Saudi. I JUST WANNA go ahead give heads up because I hear all this bird writes this bird rights at at nobis explaining really what bird rights are player has asked to stay with the team for three years in order to earn his bird rights in bird. Ruts don't do anything. Help team avoid luxury taxes. But what they they do. is they allow an exemption so that they can basically pay the guy whatever they want they allow them to go over the CAP. It doesn't prevent them from making taxes. They can go over the cap even go into a luxury tax situation. But it still doesn't prevent them from pain a luxury tax. So t Michael Akers. For example the Lakers signed demarcus cousins to a one year deal if they signed him to a two year deal next year next summer then he would be a three year contract contract and at the end of that contract they would have his bird rights they could then sign him to whatever amount they want regardless of where they how over the CAP. The cap gap doesn't even matter to them it would put them into luxury tax of the gave him a big contract and they still have to pay the luxury tax but they would be able to go ahead and sign him. No matter are

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Staying on Top of Housework While Working from Home

A Slob Comes Clean

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Staying on Top of Housework While Working from Home

"Okay so I have a clean slate. I work from home now. I've never had the schedule before. Nobis you know everybody goes away during the day. What what do I do? What's the best way to have some kind of home routine that allows me to then not think about the home and do my work so and it's hard I mean it's it's a weird challenge to have for me personally? I have to think of myself still as having work hours like I I. Can't you know it's separating out those that container of time into these are my work hours. These are my home hours and so I try to get as much done as I can before the work hours. So for me Of course I have kids. That are leaving for school in the morning and so I try to do my emptying getting the dishwasher. Starting another load if I'm behind. Whatever in that same time that everybody's getting ready and that's an advantage because I don't have to actually get dressed you know so I can just use that time as you know because already told you my pajamas right like you look very nice so I try to you know? Use that as a chunk of time instead of just thinking. Oh I have to get that done throughout the day because that doesn't work very well for me I also You know once once. The kids are home from school so for me that you know I try to work from about nine until four and I give myself self permission during that time to not worry about the house because I have a job and that's what I'm supposed to be doing right now and so because I think sometimes it set tension of I'm trying to get work done but oh my goodness I look around and there's so much stuff that I can visually see. That really is on my to do list. But I can't do it all at the same time and so on Laundry Day I try to you know. Get a load started the night before. Change it over during that morning time that I give myself and afternoons as you just saw are less predictable. People just randomly stop by and So I try to use that. It's basically basically forty five minutes to an hour in the morning and you know so for you. If you don't have kind of a routine of people are up in bustling around and doing things you know it might just be okay. I'm GONNA give myself forty five minutes between coffee and breakfast and getting started for work where you know. I would have been in getting ready and traveling and commuting before I'm going to take advantage of that amount of time to be focused on my home and this is my work hours and I don't know what you you found so far but I know for me I especially when working on a book specifically I have to get out of my house like there's I get so much more focused work done when I get out of the house so I go to our local library. A Lot doesn't open 'til ten and so a lot of times I will do. Tend to to this not the most ideal because that's also lunchtime during their so. I have to eat like a little bit bigger breakfast and then get going and see if I can hold off for four hours while I'm there But I think it's that you know putting things into certain blocks and then you know treating your okay. This is the commute time that I would have had. So I'm off of work now and I'm going to use that to knock out the things that maybe I you put off because I was tired from the commute before you know what I mean. So it's it's that looking at it in that way and giving yourself permission to get the work done at home without out feeling guilty about the house. Because I do work from home when I'm not working on a book I can pretty much work from home when I'm working on a book. I have to get out of the house so you know for you. If you have major the projects that you're working on for work it might require changing your environment just a little bit For those but I don't know is that helpful at all it it is and what's going through my mind right now is just that just like I try and time chunk the work that I do I just need to own it and chime chunk what I do around my house to an honor it maybe even setting timers about my right. You know as much as I hate them and I'll probably turn them off. I might try to get started because 'cause you can keep going forever and ever because you don't actually have to get up. You don't have that it's GonNa take me in because I think you said in your didn't you have a three hour commute I I was a little over an hour and a half each way. So that's over three hours of my day. That was gone. Yeah so looking at it that way and is your job completely different now or her. Yeah totally I was a school principal before okay. Yes and so then. You're supervising all of that kind of stuff. Yeah now I'm doing different work so right. So you're in that hour and a half you have that morning and evening hour and a half that you think okay these. This is my gold time. This is my time that I've never had before four so it's a way to look at it and kind of value that as okay. What can I do in this? Maybe that's your decluttering time because if you were getting the dishes done before you you can do that the way that you were already or just enjoy that. I'm going to do thirty minutes and rest for the other. Our whatever 'cause realistically realistically if you were doing and if you're doing three hours and you had an hour and a half in the morning you know if once you get on top of these routines you're going to be getting them done in in thirty minutes you know you're not going to need two and a half hours to work on your house and so then you're going to get that time. Back is what you were longing for when you change jobs jobs right Yes yes absolutely unexcited for you that you've had such a that's like what a lot of people are hoping for you know and working towards so I'm excited and proud of you for young. It's a leap of faith and yeah it comes with a whole new set of learning because I have to give up a work routine now too because I worked in a world of reaction all the time I'm reacting to everything else that came to me to going. I'm totally in charge of all my time so almost just frozen.

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"nobis" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Which your favorite of these for your most anticipated nobis spirits s legend of heroes do you actually they know that gave him very impressed. I don't know what any of those games are now that especially that game being on p._c. I don't know what the fuck it is. Another game you know another what game tension ten- shoe <hes>. I couldn't hear you sorry i know attend to is <hes> the hasni speak into your microphone. No it wouldn't help you all know that kevin second of all the kids can hear me and i was explaining. They get attention game way too long ago. There was like a similar. It wasn't that <hes> i._p. But there was a game a._m. I forget the name of it that came out that was like an indie game a couple of years ago they'd played for japan and it was pretty much like a kind of like one for one one of that game and it was really fun and cool. I wish i could remember the name so i could tell you kevin so you could play it but i don't so sacco is and what do i know what you're looking for is not like a true stealth game. There is stealth in it. Obviously that's more of a of a. I don't want to call it a hack and slash because it's not that either. It's hard the boss. <hes> people who play that game in like say it's a self game are people who are like die hard like dark souls fans into stealth game in the comparison to other dark souls games but as a whole it's not really mary mechanic in that game like there are moments where aid is vital but yeah. It's not like the it's not what you you go to <hes>. Let's not why you're playing fief right. Look i want a game where i can kill everyone on the map and then just assassinate the last dude and i want a game or playing arcade kind of more sneaky. You know where it's nighttime because that's good feel for the most like old school assassin's creed sure sure yeah yeah oh man the prime disc black-flag possibly the best one on the series now brotherhood. That's the best that's the best one all right. Let's talk about some new dates spunky to has been delayed. The rug like platformer mer won't make it's previously scheduled two thousand nineteen release date developer derek. You broke the bad news on twitter yesterday saying that the follow up to the original spunky simply needs more time. He tweeted unfortunately personally. I don't think we're going to get to release to this year. Development is still going well and we're not far off target but the density and the detail the game is demanding more time but it's noted he did not commit to a twenty twenty release date but i hope we could assume that it's not going to be pushed a twenty twenty one them. I andrew goldfarb in alex o.'neil our crying somewhere for this pushback but pushback your game take the time that you need to <hes> to make it and stuff. I remember when they i revealed this game. I'm not a guy <hes> like. I don't think i've ever played the first but i remember when they revealed this game and like the little trailer that they had. I was like oh the looks like something i would like actually try to invest in so if you're spunky fan out there. Maybe try to convince me why should go back and play the first one because i have been interested. I just you know barely had the time or interest even though i've been entrusted. I don't know what i'm saying baloney or tweet about ten shoe how you doing. It's fucking hot in here. I'm giving you a nice long. Pause to see what you you would do with it. Just be really uncomfortable like i always put your improv skills to the test continuing on independent game publisher modus games in conjunction with developers gallopers ace team and giant monkey robot announced today that rock of ages three making break is rolling. It's hilarious style of destruction onto playstation nintendo switch p._c. And xbox one and early twenty twenty straight from the press release..

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"nobis" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Let's get to Liz in Lawrenceville we call her Lawrenceville. Liz on New Jersey, one zero one point five, I Liz. Good. How are you? Pretty good. About the homework. Go ahead. There's like Nobis. My grandson has a great teacher, right? Homework. That she gives these kids is reading they have to read each day and write something about what they okay? That kids are into for them now is a day, right? Teachers have the most more parents. Right. Right. So they're in school. Right. They do their lesson. So, like they should have their lesson. They do the homework from that math reading whatever they have site history at the end of that year. She did she like fifty minutes at the end of the period, or whatever I love that what's her name. What's her name again? Just give her tickets visit teacher. She she is teacher my book. Yeah. Uh-huh. They have to go home with homework. We mir. Will you go to work for eight hours a day, you go home? I do. If you own the business. Into our night will be a test pattern of her job. The move people after eight hour shifts go home and do what they have to do. Exactly kids have to go home after spending the whole day in school. They. Do with the parents that don't even know the new math. That's the way we learn that stuff that we learned to. Right. Right. Late, but they will get more out of it. If the teacher stop fifteen minutes at the end of the period, or whatever. Reviewed, but. And that's homework in school. I'm for her. Liz. For congress. You, you are the best that, that debt is brilliant. It know what give us tickets to give tickets to answer right to get a quote me the hell you twenty people that don't pay people want to pay it all sorry as we Jimmy, Jimmy, you sent to the catch cafeteria, the.

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"nobis" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on Full Court Press

"If I but in the last year, I just think that the optics of having on this roster in the fact that basically he impasse calc- kind of flipped roles where last year Siachen was kind of, you know, coming off the bench with Pertile to decrease the second defense, L Siachen is kind of their stopper. And and you know, Colli can do that for stretches. But and games where they need a lot from at least the outcome can handle that offensive workload. So I want to debunk any sort of view that I didn't know be has regressed. He has not regressed the team doesn't need. Precisely what they needed from him last year because of the price of stuff why? And because the president sociale com. Now does that hurt potentially Anna Nobis ability to further develop because you need opportunities to develop you need workload to develop. And it could be that. If they make a move that. I don't know, but he's trying it out and that's good for Toronto. And it's good for and only because he gets into a role where he he gets the workload. That's has development. We'll we'll see weirdly he's struggling at the free throw line fifteen to thirty eight small she didn't sample, but that's pretty weird. But but so Norman Powell playing backs some really helpful. Fred family be able to four stretches man the starting point guard position. When Lowry is dinged up at at his age, and how much multi has is good is second best player in the Eastern Conference. I think you know, I probably have to break our discussion between him and Kyrie right now. But as a two player, I think he's ahead of Kyrie and be at that discussion as well. Well, but in terms of you know, guys that are really kind of forceful players in similar way, both ends he's right there. But that's what I saw this week was Powell's really helping then envelope continues to help. But I'd be concerned. If he had to handle starters workload for a month. I don't think he'd hold up physically there. And then I wanted to kind of just debunk any narrative Edito b has regressed with. That's not the case. What else did you see this week? Right. Yeah. I mean last year. I mean, nobody was like you said, he, you know, he's guy coming out of the draft that everyone was like, oh, you know, kinda had injury issue coming on the graph didn't thought he wouldn't even be rotational player. And he comes out. He started, you know, and he's walking down on the wing and play great, great defense and Bisher Ciocci. I'm kind of doing the same thing with Siaka was just giving them a little bit more on the offensive ETA think and they can actually run a little bit of office through Siaka especi. With you know, coli gets a little bit arrest here and there, and I do think Hawaiian shown a little bit of fatigue at times when the schedule's been a little bit challenging I think he's been playing. It's a big minutes. Think it's up around thirty six game. I'd like to see them Dow down a little bit, and they've got the depth to do that. But I know I agree. Totally when Ana Nobis in there. I mean. There's there's really not a drop off key say outcomes doing things and trending upward. Like, we talked about last week when we did the the midseason award show sacraments trending up and a lot of ways, but it's almost like Siachen trending upward makes it look like, I don't know, but he's trending down. But he's not he's doing me statistically, giving you everything he gave you last year. Like, you said giving you solid defense. I think also I mean when he goes in there he understands his role..

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"nobis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In the Denver tech center is well house speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited President Trump to give the state of the union address on February fifth. The invitation came in letter form and Pelosi said that the two had spoken earlier today agreed on the date state of the union speech was postponed because of the government shutdown KOA NewsRadio. Of course will carry the state of the union speech live here on February fifth. The Justice department is indicting Teluk. Com giant in China acting attorney general Matt Whitaker says it wa way conspired to steal trade secrets from T mobile. We need more law enforcement cooperation with China. China's should be concerned about criminal activities by Chinese companies in China should take action the indictment also alleges Bank and wire fraud. Meantime, Whitaker urged China to do more to combat tech global crimes the US imposes sanctions against Venezuela. There are now limits on buying oil and other products from Venezuela as the crisis grows in that country. The Trump administration says any oil sold from Venezuela will be put into blocked accounts in the administration bits. The sanctions may affect fuel prices here in the US the suspect in last night shooting up to Denver police officers has died. Police department says the man died at the hospital this morning. Police responded to shots fired that call was made is met by gunfire at Inca street near sixth avenue both bouncers listed in fair condition today. And remain hospitalized park county. Investigators are looking for three men. They believe are connected to the murder of seventeen year old Maggie long. Maggie longs. Body was found after a fire at her family's home at Bailey back in December twenty seventeen investigators believe she was set on fire and burned to down these three men may or may not have prior criminal arrests or be who you might expect to be vault and such a crimes sheriff, Tom. Mcgrath says a fifty thousand dollar reward is being offered to help crack the case..

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"nobis" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on KTOK

"A sad day in Guthrie Calvin right in the KT. Okay. News center Guthrie school superintendent, Dr Mike Simpson says the three children who died Sunday an apartment fire and northwest, Oklahoma City, attended the school district release the names the pre K student paisley Evans, first grade student Bentley ovens and a sixth grader named Carson night. They were saying her aunt her apartment. Melissa evans. Also died in the fire her boyfriend escaped by jumping off abou- Guinea, the cause is not yet been released now homicide and southwest Oklahoma City police called her residence a five hundred block of south west sixty eighth street Sunday now on the body of Thirty-three-year-old Cesar. Lopez say you had trauma to his body consistent with homicide. They believe he was killed during an altercation. No arrests made President Trump not very optimistic about the prospect of a compromise with congress before time runs out and another government shutdown might occur in February. Here's John decker. The president telling the Wall Street Journal that he sees the odds of a border deal at less than fifty fifty and White House spokesman Mercedes slap telling Fox News that the president has choices. We're trying to see if we can get this legislative fix and ensuring that we're able to fund the border, and if he also has perfectly set the table for other options, as well we need to look into other options in order to fund the border one option is to declare a national emergency and use Pentagon funds to build the border wall that however will likely be challenged immediately in federal court at the White House John decker fucks new to people facing charges after a thirties busted, a suspected chop shop and Mogi county deputy patrol saw suspicious activity in a property in Hector Ville once known for drug activity over the weekend. Thirty two year old Shannon, bond and Thirty-one-year-old Danielle bond arrested and the latest numbers from the Oklahoma State Department of education show, the number of students in public schools. Is continuing to increase numbers collected October first show about six hundred ninety eight thousand six hundred students enrolled pre K through twelfth grade. A half percent increase.

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"nobis" Discussed on X96

X96

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on X96

"Of its success. But but he didn't he doesn't. He's not. His name is non Nobis it. But he I think he's still somehow connected to it. I guess is what he's thinking. He got it going. Probably has a piece of it. Somehow, it wouldn't be there if he hadn't started. I'm sure he's a producer singer whose director all credits include multiple movies in the X men franchise was sued in December of two thousand seventeen by a man named Cesar Sanchez Guzman who claim the filmmaker raped him in two thousand three when he was seventeen on a yacht. He spoke to Atlantic. The Atlantic for the new report and claims. So you're told him not to talk about the alleged encounter afterward. Saying that the director told and nobody will believe you singer has denied those allegations and contents. He never met never even met the guy. That's funny. If you go to IMDB, the listed director for bohemian rhapsody is brain singer, and they don't list anyone else. Really? Which is kind of weird. Hm? News of the lawsuit emerged as after singer departed production above union rhapsody with only a few weeks of filming left after a series of reported absences from the set singer later contended he was spending time with a sick parent. He was replaced by Dexter Fletcher. Who saw the project through to the end he didn't want credit. Lady Gaga has responded to reports that has responded to the Bradley Cooper not being nominated for best direct. I'm surprised he was she had kind words for Bradley. You never know what's going to happen. But at the end of the day, he knows that he is the best director in my eyes and in all of our eyes as his cast. I know that he's so happy that we've all been nominated, and that the film was recognized, and we feel really really beyond waited for that recognition. You really have to look at him being a best director in that. He got that performance out of lady Gaga, you know, what I mean, she someone that's not not known as an actress. And he got he was nominated for best actor for his performance lady Gaga for best actress. And of course, Sam Elliott for supporting actor, and then, of course, the music and all that. And the movie is nominated for a best picture. It's always been seemed odd to me that the best picture, but the director doesn't get nominated director that seems stupid everything about it. Except the one person that brought it all together. Or just gonna Alec Baldwin? Of course, he plead pleads guilty for this celebrity blow up in a parking lot. And there there's a list celebrities here who've been in anger management classes, we'll save that list. Good list to look at that..

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"nobis" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on Nerdificent

"It's only going to be ten usually goes to twelve but they've actually sorry about like twenty two minutes. Nobis these ones are about an our father. Who was an okay. Yeah. Okay. So there are fifty minutes not counting commercials and breaks and stuff like that her doctor so far is a little bit. She apologizes a lot more which has been criticized because the woman, but I don't view it as much as women saying sorry, I think of as character who is who has all this weight on her shoulders from what's come before her 'cause peer Capote's whole run was like am. I good, man. And it's like, I don't I'm not, but I should try to be the last words he said before regenerating into her was talking to himself and his future. Regeneration saying run fast, laugh heart and be kind. And that was the like the rules doctor gave themselves, and so I feel like that's what she is doing. And so she's funny or she's she has a lot of what tenant had going on the kind of like manna kness and kind of like getting distracted and trains of thought. But she just seems to have a lot of empathy in a lot of concern. There's an an episode in this current season where the companions like to begin with with her by accidents. And like they got sucked into space together. And then they got they found the Tartus, and we're trying to get back to home, and she got them home the same day they left, but then they decided to go travel with her more anyway. And she's worried about it. She's like says like I can't guarantee you'll be safe. And I can't guarantee you won't be the same. You won't you won't be very different by the time. They get back like, and she's like worried about them. And so that was a moment where that that was very different. Because usually thinking how fun this'll be great. We're like are you sure you want to do this? And then when they say, yes, she's like, okay? Cool. Come on. And so it's fun. So she flips on a dime, emotion wise, but is very fascinating excited. I if very much feels like a character who had been dragged down by life for a long time who suddenly has a new lease on life. So for me narrative -ly, I feel like you can see a very strong thread of what was going on with Matt Smith and Peter capacities, doctor, especially and Jodie Whittaker is doing now, I think it's really interesting. I'm really looking forward to seeing what happens with her. I hope she's around for at least two or three more years. But I I'm curious because like right now, I think we're still establishing her, but I will say that it was it was very quick where I thought there's always a adjustment period with a new doctor because you're so used to the last doctor where it's like this person's not the doctor that was very short with her. And by the third episode. I kind of forgot that was supposed to be thinking about it. So when they generate is she regenerated as like what we're looking at right now like with her costume and her age, and she. Picks her the costumes or not regenerated with the doctor typically they like go clothing shopping or fine. Clothes are they just like naked?.

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"nobis" Discussed on Sold In America

Sold In America

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on Sold In America

"If your head is spinning little bit from all of this talk about decriminalization legalization. What means what? And there's just too many terms too many concepts. Trust me, you're not the only one my head has been spinning to and to be honest. I'm still not really sure how decriminalization is going to help people who are being exploited. So I wanted to pass the mic I invited somebody in to our studio who really knows this issue inside out Sasanka Jenner DASA. I take convey them pronouns, and I am in advocate educator in DC, working in a sex worker rights struggles, our house, gender Justice and criminal Justice reform. Remember that woman who stood up in those questions in the city council hearing. Well, she did ask a question. That's just kind of stuck in my head. Why should we decriminalize something that can be so dangerous? So I wanted to get some answers a lot of people thinking about the sex industry is like inherently coercive that capitalism is inherently coercive. The fact that we have to like work for money to work for resources, inherently coercive. And that it is the stigma attached to working in a certain way in a sexual way that often has people experiencing violence, so the sex industry itself is not inherently violent. It's not inherently violent to use your body four labor Nobis arguing that other dangerous bodily professions like coal mining or domestic labor should be illegal people. Don't argue that cleaning houses should be illegal. Argue an exploit hit of practice of trafficking people for labor, and I would argue the same thing with the sex industry rather than trying to keep people from trading sex, which people have been doing for centuries and centuries we should focus on eliminating exploitation in the sex industry. Right. But like how does decriminalizing sex work help alleviate actual exploitation? Yeah. I mean, I think that because sex workers criminalized the rules are sort of made up and nobody's looking out for sex workers or people trading sex. So people are being exploited all the time. There's no market rates. There's no minimum wage. There's all those things that apply to other forms of labour. Just don't apply the sex trade because it's criminalized a lot of people are being exploited by their employers. Right now, it's just that way in the trade is criminalized. It's a lot easier to be a different kind of violent kind of expletive a like, deeply deeply. Inequitable form of exploitation as possible because of the criminalization rather than it's criminalized because it's so expletive in terms of practically I think the rules that apply for other forms of sex should apply to sex work. That's like practically I think for me the exchange of money should not affect the way that we think about sex whether or not people get money for I just don't think there should be laws apply sex work in any way, but they're not applying to sex in general..

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"nobis" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"The chorus, and then you can go through and make a comp where you take. This was a great section here this the sentence was perfect. Let's move that. And you you create sort of a best of list. Now, if you don't get it with that best of list, then you gotta go in in with the knobs when no I I would go in with the singer say, let's sing this like this because we don't have it in the comp we don't have the greatest hits. And how do you say that to them without? I mean, when you're working with the people you've worked with sure this amigos involved and do not suggest hey, would you mind coming into? Baby. Give us another version. Yeah. Actually, surprisingly, not those not. There's not a large issue with egos because we're all they're on the same where we'll at the same goal and make it sound great. And so when we're all behind the scenes, I think that's why people can drop their ego. If we're doing in front of the audience like saying receiving that part, you know for recording this in front of people that would be one thing. But you know, all this is done. Just you know, it's all behind the scenes, and I haven't really had an issue with. With really any musician or singer? If I make a suggestion. And maybe it helps was singers because I'm also a singer. So they're more apt to take an an idea, right? Why? So you know, I've been fortunate in that that Nobis gives me any pushback with that. What's your favorite genre of music to engineering record? Is you like you've done so many like do you have one where you like, oh, it's a metal record or a pop record or punk record..

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"nobis" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on Drink Champs

"So when you think about the word lonely, the first thing that comes to your mind. Dekalb county. Celebrate jail. Is that a? That's that's. Why would saw. Didn't know that. Smokes. Had no idea, but had locked up in lonely next to each other had no idea. So lonely. It was locked up in jail. Yeah, that's why would why that whole first album which already of every song was wrote in jail except trouble. Nobody. Because I like don't the reason why like ghetto was written in there. I mean all except trouble by show by only song off that that I didn't write one of those locked up. And I wrote that after left court. Got out of court, and I wrote that one because the judge told me not the Trump, nobody. So you come. Makes you want to keep these homes? Not right. All new material. I, I wouldn't know how to write new material because all my sons based on my experiences. I didn't know how not talk about what I was already going through. First of all close around about, like I was being drowned by everything that I'm going through anyway, so can even think outside of what I was dealing with to even make up a story or make up a. A song for that matter. You know what I'm saying? So that experience actually became the content in which I wrote about before you were. Were you already aspiring artists before? I was in, I was inspiring hustle. I think the music was more black. A way of kind of. A bit, you know, event kind of platform for me 'cause I don't really talk to many people. I'm a problem. So when I was going through somebody's very about it, yeah. So music is more like a hobby for me at that time. I think it would be utilizes career. Okay. Now invest Africa. Nobis touched on a little bit earlier are like a little bit more deeper than debt. Wash it. Actually, we invest Africa. I know we invested Avak I would like for us to tell the masses, the whole world. Well, this this, what I can't tell you. I know a lot of times we, we have the tendency to blame the white man for everything that's going wrong. Right? And why fucked up fucking play just playing. I mean, that's that's majority of African Americans in America field. You're not saying I don't feel. I mean, they don't necessarily mean it's true, but, but with the circumstance Desa around is why we believe that way, you know. So at the end of the day, it was like, if you are in a position in life where you feel like you don't own your own content own anything, and they should be investing in. This is the opportunity now to be able to own that in which we complaining about because an Africa is clean sleep. You can build at empire there you can build it infrastructure there it just and you already got the, you know, the formation, you already educated on how to do it because we've done it here and made billions of dollars for corporations all day Africa's the only place in the world, what black people can go in Bill fortune five hundred companies from scratch within five years. China easily, no series. And this took them hundreds of years Bill. You can build it. Now within five years, China took the same. You know, mind stay twenty five years ago. China was from Africa, twenty five years ago. Go to China now. Look at Dubai, the Middle East. They started fifteen years ago and I'll I'm, I'm kinda me me just wanna be one to say that I understand. Would you exactly me? So you saying that Africa right now, so how, how could Africa beat a new China? How do we say that. All black people. Yes. Go back to Africa. Okay. Whatever you doing here, do it. There was a real estate into taint. Vegetation, sneaker company, whatever, clothing line, whatever started there do it. They're not the start. It do it and it's going anyway, but Africa's big enough. You won't ever have to need no other country. Anyway, think about everything you do to Africa. No, you don't? Well, depends on second biggest training narrowly, it's over billion people who who's the based Europe, the biggest country concert in Asia, biggest continent, Asia Korea is all Russia, India, India, all put together, though. That makes Asian. And it's not that much bigger than Africa and second biggest continent with more natural with all the natural resources. That's the difference..

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"nobis" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"Was like john oh lord i don't i was like what no i have to say you guys that's what i think is so special as says there's no other music festival in concert in the world where you can go and get your whole musical childhood life yeah like you get your throwback nostalgia and your current and you and you know you got ella mae herbie's daniel caesar and then you have teddy riley fantasia happe whole lay when i'm pepper came out i was what's yeah africa i mean you don't right you really pepper i got my whole life that whole with that okay i was queen set and teddy riley yeah that was you know those things that you don't know you need it to you need it yeah i need every second of that my i know we're talking to big free today on the podcast but i was i left the teddy riley moment to go see big free because i was like we're else am i gonna see big free to ino yeah true so i got up there i did have a couple of clutch my pearls moment as much as i'd heard about the torque and stuff it was amazing it was amazing and then there was a part she did the nice for what she did the opening of nicer what she did she did the formation she did the intro to formation but then the real good part was she was like who's coming on stays with me she's like i don't wanna see no faces i don't wanna see no faces and it was a tour competition i it was and i was just like i wasn't prepared and this girl behind me she's like going up there going up there baby and i was like i'm good ready had my moment you very east coast no beim nobis delano who did you love what did you oh i love mary j blige mary comes the festival quite a lot maybe i'd say the last four years straight yeah never like you know i just thought okay you know she's been there all these times but this time she totally changed her set it was all the remixes and if you're from the east coast like you remember all those remakes that didn't make it big in the south and the outfit she had a dapper dan outfit she had to aberdeen office maybe three but she just looked amazing as i love the whole set and then of course janet janet was amazing flawless skin vocals she's not fifty i don't believe it i really appreciated she chants professionalism like there was no moment will you like oh what's he doing now she knows i mean real talk the fact that she still performed a week after bearing her father and now yeah and that volubility yes she shared so she you guys she opened up and she said she almost cancelled yeah she almost cancelled everything and her brothers too harsh numbers at which brother but she said her brother said to her would dad tell you he would tell you to finish what you start it all i had shows i just got children you said yeah oh my god and that and then bentayga oh my god fantasia in that jumps the bodysuit coming out giving asia her i mean it's like god jumps in her chest and and the angels and then comes i mean like but her brother who almost i yeah you're gonna accident last year yes and he's recovering and she brought him out in the wheelchair and i looked at you on both our line which everybody was crying everybody started crying she was like believe you know and they showed clips of him saying like i'm fight i'm b okay he he looked like near death one of my uber drivers was like i heard fantasia put on a show yeah she did any daytime highlights for you you.

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"nobis" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Richard is in el salvador reporting with the story of one man who was sent home from the us without his daughter nearly one hundred rents arrived today in el salvador deported for entering the united states legally many didn't want to show their faces among all these arrivals we saw no children so where are they vent is the echinacea they it's been twenty six days since i've seen or heard from her says are novi guido about his six year old daughter maybelline the two left el salvador for the united states last month he says the dangerous trip was worth it for reasons americans just don't understand you love your lands okay they don't know what it's like in el salvador he says they don't know how bad the violence is here they say we are like a plague but that's not true are no bits and his daughter were arrested in texas by border agents i was told my daughter and i had to get on different buses because there wasn't enough room he says but when they were driven to mcallen where many migrants are being processed six year old maybelline was suddenly nowhere to be scene don't let me as i said where's my daughter the border patrol agents told me they didn't know anything about her that it wasn't their problem now or no bus was deported back to el salvador without maybelline desperate and confused mealy don't separate us don't let us in but don't rip us apart he says we reached out to the department of homeland security repeatedly but received no information are nobis tells us he did manage to speak with sixyearold maybelline he says she's still in the us richard engel nbc news send salvador el salvador our thanks to richard for that reporting what this is when you look at it as the story of just one father deported without his daughter i think any of us can imagine how difficult it will be for this person this one man to find and reunite with his child now that he's there in el salvador where richard was talking with him because this person doesn't even know where she is now it's also proving incredibly hard even for those parents who are inside the us so they're theoretically of course closer to their children over twenty three hundred children by the counts according to the administration have been removed from their parents and they've been distributed in these shelters or foster homes around the nation that includes as rachel's reported babies as young as eight or nine months shown up in the middle of the night it shelters it's far away from the border as michigan or new york state there was an attorney in texas telling the washington post she's heard that more than two dozen stories from central american mothers who've been detained for up two weeks without their children and that attorney says they haven't been able to locate a single one of the children knows cases saying quote it's just a total labyrinth the post reporting the government officials say they've given detain parents of flyer with a toll free number for the office of refugee resettlement as the us agency usually in charge of providing shelter for unaccompanied immigrant children but not a single one of that attorneys clients had received one reading again from the story lawyers maintain that when they have called the number off a no one answered in some cases when someone did pick up that person refused to offer details of where children had been taken and other advocate telling the post either the government wasn't thinking at all about how they were going to put these families back together or they decided they just didn't care and today we have word that the department of health and human services has created a quote unaccompanied children reunification task force which may sound like a good idea but it also appears to be more evidence that the administration had literally no plan and no assign staff in place beforehand when it made this new policy to under the old policy and try to reunite some of these families split under president trump's orders i'm joined now by ephron oliveira's director of the texas civil rights project racial justice and economic justice program appreciate you joining us this morning you told people gathered outside one of these court houses this was in mcallen texas this is the first day in over a month where you've seen that there has not been charges for people on illegal entry separated from their children what does that mean what more can you tell us so it appears that there is finally changing the policy now.

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064: Lessons from a true #GIRLBOSS with Jacyln Johnson

The Influencer Podcast

00:01 sec | 3 years ago

064: Lessons from a true #GIRLBOSS with Jacyln Johnson

"Your female in the creative space you you've likely heard of the uber successful creighton cultivate conference and website which jacqueline johnson is the ceo of creighton cultivate host influencers and brands from around the world when given women the tools that they need to create and cultivate the career of their dreams the conference gathers curious creatives entrepreneurs an girl bosses to spark conversation around the topics they are passionate about and has become one of the fastest growing conferences for millennia women prior to create and cultivate jacqueline founded her first company at creatively driven marketing and influence innovates agency and y'all she was only twenty three years old clearly the girl is creative force with business on the community we've built nobis been doing since early two thousand two thousand ten thousand eleven we didn't set out to build this business you know as a multimillion dollar venture backed company it's completely bootstrapped it's completely self funded in our community sees the hearten that you'd see the journey alongside their journey on in can relate to that so i think it's it's you know that's what's really sad is a part is the tone and and the quality of the blood sweat and tears that goes into building this business alongside these

"nobis" Discussed on Courageously Go

Courageously Go

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on Courageously Go

"Over the years and i watched everyone goes through the stats free and the low calorie one hundred tally packet phases and you know watching people's health decline and really being just concerned but also wondering why all the heart disease and cancer nobis city and so that he decides over and i really started looking at research and reading and reading and finally went back to school while i was teaching to i n where most also went so it's funny that we met each other and there's a lot of people in our world right now doing that in our area and it was so fulfilling because integrative nutrition incorporates lifestyles spirituality not just food and not just exercise it takes an account relationships and home cooking and so we have so much bigger ways to help people in such a very crazy world right now but i did and that melissa in the gym and we had a funny way of meeting but we got talking i know what we did and she brought me in and you know i had stepped out of these world and became a health coach and started my own business but i did not have retreats on my radar i didn't understand it i didn't know it and i'll be honest those extremely fearful because starting a new business had been very scary and just to make that jump was kind of kind of hard and i was working through it and loving it so when they brought me in it was amazing because i really trusted and had to pray a lot about it and become courageous and just go from what was going on my heart and i knew just by knowing these women that we were going to be able to do something wonderful.

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"nobis" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Most unexpected thing he's he's been such a star in the democratic party and you know i don't think nobis taking any great pleasure in this is these are women who supported him who's too i think you know were crazy about him at some point but they they were stuck in this situation that was really like being battered women it was kind of amazing before the attorney general announced his resignation tonight he did give a comment to the to you at the new yorker saying in the privacy of intimate relationships i have engaged in role playing and other consensual sexual activity i have not assaulted anyone i have never engaged in nonconsensual sex which is a line i would not cross is there in your reporting did you find any possibility for confusion here about his view of sapping ashville you know and and it was something we were very sensitive to not wanting to invade someone's privacy or you know that was just you know some kind of you know idiosyncratic sex life or something like that but what what the to there to women in the story who are on the record and they are speaking out because they really felt it was so important at this point and they wanted to make sure that other women didn't fall into the same situation with him but the both of those women on the record use the word assault and they say that this was nonconsensual and that they were subjected to it over and over and it included also a lot of very demeaning psychological what they describe as abuse and and the pattern just having done a lot of the reporting here it just repeated itself with each person that we interviewed and it became familiar it was it was really.

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"nobis" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"Yeah i think so i was right yeah to be the thing came from a biker tough handle appropriate era i learned that saying london i prescribe bucket but i also had a family had a father who is a big large in life also bright boys will and i played football i played all sports i was singing the dead food you know i'm i never kill friends shit with girls but from that share ago odorless because you're too busy though wasn't too busy i was just like not for lack of trion didn't try i wasn't just wasn't very confident i think nearly age i was still kind of in numbered with the idea of love ideally when we happens happens and like it never also brought by women every woman in my i was reading by women the men with nobis most of the time you know they were either problems alcohol or they this way or that way they would just pull by these reading nutrient women and i think i saw girls really only my life more like friends i didn't the idea of actually having girlfriends i think yeah it didn't pass me by what it's all it is because you just also the way the irish remember thinking senate high school go seems to be growing up yeah much quicker the we're still not pacing about bahir school kids walking around the wall where we had options nighty night with eva and she's thirteen right rachel.

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"nobis" Discussed on a16z

a16z

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nobis" Discussed on a16z

"Unfortunately i was working with a bunch of other people who also thought it was crazy and we came up with these ideas around deployment automation and scripting and stuff like that and suddenly we sold the same ideas up everywhere basically i mean it's realizing that if you'll working in a large complex organization i've always going to break wool because unlike the things we building in the sixties pro development means that things are changing evolving will this time so as not good enough to get production the first time you've got to be able to keep getting there on and on and that really is what devils comes in sight will ashley we've go away to build nivel products but how do we keep deploy into production and running the systems in production in a stable reliable life sakina distributed context so if i phrase it another way sometimes there's a joke says day one is short and day to is long whether that mean right so day one is one we like create that you have to explain the job to me but you know you have to know nobis some day wanted when we create all of these systems and a two is when we deploy to production we have to deploy and maintain forever and ever and ever ever though day to is an infinite day right exactly yeah so successful products hopefully we hope that day too is really really long and we're fond of saying agile doesn't scale and sometimes i'll say this when people shoot laser beams out of there is but when we think about it agile was meant for development just like jazz said it speeds up development but then you have to hand it over and especially infrastructure and it operations what happens when we get there so devops with sort of born out of this movement and it was originally called agile system administration and so then devops sort of came out of development and operations and it's not just devops but if we think about it that's sort of the book ends of this entire process actually like day one and day two combined eight one to the way i think about this is i remember the stories of like microsoft and the early days and a waterfall cascading model of development leslie lamport what's wrote a piece for me about why software should be developed like houses because you need a blueprint.

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