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"salaam" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:56 min | 6 d ago

"salaam" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I'm well there's gazillion things. You've done that we didn't go. Ziggy a toss it up the low key remakes. That was all stuff that those my first group to dad was basically like going to school so i was in school management and i was well. I need six months off the do this album. So after that. If i don't work go to school and never went back. So that was my first full project. So the root album now streaming stream the flow of it. We didn't reveal everything all right cool. I didn't understand what we just let that. Slide past the five will great. Thank you anyway. It's like this damn near a double episode. jesus on a two week anyway Salaam you know man this is this is probably. I love these. I didn't know you do that. Did that episode where you know and and for real men like seriously like just as a kid like growing up whenever i saw salaam remakes on a record news official i got it so just thank you for all you did news. Thanks and it's so crazy that you said as a kid. Because i'm sending on sometimes i feel it and sometimes i feel it like thirty. I'm thirty nine like work. Mary like soubriquet. Dolly my baby. That was like ninety two. I was thirteen salon. We also have to get you on. Chat went sugar even deeper rabbit holes of a information of music. Wait a minute we lacked. Wait speaking of instagram. Y- you steve do some very worry. Your instagram is nothing but just clip at the moment. first of all. I live clip. You just take them off youtube and you to sounds daily. Motions is looking for sometimes. I'm actually searching on instagram. Just by hashtag by ideas like you know what it was for me over the last year I really felt like is this that thing you know..

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"salaam" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:33 min | 6 d ago

"salaam" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Business helping amy wine-house shapers style and he even shares tales from that. Did that and so much more. So let's get ready for part two of salaam remi from may second twenty eighteen last week or part one. The quest loves supreme and of you would slam ready talked about his early backs like kurtis blow realm the house rockers. Tested work foods. Their breakout single. The remix salaam also contributed fuji lots of the groups wildly successful second album. The score we end department with the question of how the success of that affected members of the food. And i and you know part family member impart outside looking in whatever. Do you think that after eighteen million copies of that album soul did it. Serve them well or not Not like regrets if you could go back and redo it again. Whatever but in the aftermath of it. I think ultimately asserted in really well i mean. I have this thing with artists who've done million albums What happens after that. You know whether it was usher's confessions whether it was you know. Not many artists have been able to come back and having adele moment where they did it twice. I think black peas might have done that a couple of times in a row You know for lauryn hill's career was the score intimacy education. 'cause i sold see. The score is almost like a frank tobacco. Black order a movement. Even though blunt of reality was there there was something to follow up on. That now gave you credibility gave me one opportunity to know your name. So now you had to deliver on your next piece of work not necessarily just have all those pieces on. I think served them well to now get their their ability to still all eat to this day. You know based upon something. I came out twenty two years ago. Why did you guys are doing anything else. Because after that young you wanna miss education. Where my last thing. I did was the sweetest thing. Remix with Swat swat and i was probably the last thing i did. But you know just in general my conversation and who i am is something kind of happy so i wasn't gonna fit into a sad song mode. It wasn't going to work. Even you know people talk to me about you know even more grammy wild house and they're like oh sad songs so make niles. She's talking the whole time..

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"salaam" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"salaam" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:48 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air. What happens after a police officer shoots someone who's unarmed for decades in california internal affairs investigations. How the police police themselves for secret until now listen to on our watch. Podcast from npr and cake unity. Our guest yusef. Salaam is one of five african american and latino men who were convicted as teenagers in the so called central park jogger case and later exonerated when dna evidence confirmed the confession of a serial rapist. Who said he'd committed the crime alone. Salaam has a new memoir called better not better living on purpose in the pursuit of racial justice. You were you were incarcerated in several different facilities some juvenile facilities and then eventually in clinton which i guess is at an adult facility. Yeah it is other inmates. No who you were. What was that like. They did they did. I think all throughout our case there was a knowledge of who we were. You know we had there was. It was very difficult for us to hide right in. I'm saying hi because we wanted to. We wanted to be anonymous but we had been convicted of this heinous crime. We have been vilified in the media over four hundred articles written about us within the first few weeks now faces were on every single front page of every newspaper in new york city for for a very very long time so by the time we got to prison..

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"salaam" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:03 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air. I'm davies in today for terry. Gross you may recognize the name of our guest yusef salaam but you've almost certainly heard of the event that turned his life upside down. He's one of five teenage boys who were arrested and convicted in nineteen eighty nine of the brutal assault and rape of a woman in new york the so called central park jogger case police extracted confessions from four of the five accused. All of whom recanted those confessions saying. They were coerced by police. Despite a lack of physical evidence linking them to the crime they were convicted by jury and spent years in prison but in two thousand and two. Dna evidence confirmed that the assault was committed by a serial rapist who confessed to acting alone in the crime and who gave police critical details corroborating his account the convictions were vacated and yussef salaam now refers to himself and tron mccray kevin richardson. Raymond santana and corey wise as the exonerated five their stories. We're told in a two thousand twelve documentary by. Ken burns in more recently dramatized in the netflix series when they see us directed by eva do vernay. Yusef salaam earned his. Ged while incarcerated and also earned an associate's degree from dutchess community college. He later continued his education at hunter college and in two thousand sixteen received a lifetime achievement award from president obama. He's currently motivational speaker. Answers on the board of the innocence project and he's written a new memoir reflecting on his experience. It's called better not bitter living on purpose in the pursuit of racial justice. He joins us from his home in the atlanta area. Yusef salaam welcome to fresh air. Thank you for having me. I want to talk about your story. And i want to kind of been by talking about the time after it released from prison because i think a lot of people know your story but don't know the whole story and i think there's a common belief that what happened was that you were wrongly convicted sent to prison and then after some years when the true identity of the attacker was revealed you and your for co defendants were released and you entered the world as men known to all to have been the victim of this injustice. That's not the sequence is it it is not. It definitely did not happen. That way Maybe for corey because corrie was in prison and came out of prison as a result of the real perpetrator telling the truth about his his crime. He was in longer than than you earn the others. Yeah yeah he was in there from from nineteen eighty nine all the way to and through two thousand and two and so when the real truth came out as when we got our lives back but for those of us who had five to ten years prison sentences. We had done all of someone else's time we had done all of someone else's parole time and we were in many ways resigned in life that we will be forever known as pariahs as as the scum of.

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"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

08:28 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

07:13 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:42 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"Three two nine three to eighty eight hundred. Here's the host of the israel. Our josh raw my friends. We spent a very difficult week last week. Praying for peace in. Eritrea sri l. worrying about our brothers and sisters in the land of israel hoping for better days for our people well to some extent. We've gotten there. There is a ceasefire in place and it seems as of now to beholding so it appears as of now once again that our brothers and sisters in the idea for whom we prayed last sunday for whom we cheered last sunday. They seem to be safe and sound for now. It's the rest of the day aspe- that we need to worry about. Anti semitism is showing. Its ugly head all over. The world perhaps more than ever on social media yes but in the streets of new york in the streets of los angeles in the streets of cities and towns across the nation and across the world. And it's a scary scary time so what we do here on israel. Our radio is that we spend sixty minutes a week. Spreading love spreading positivity spreading unity and building stronger israel. One song at a time and we thought that it's a good time to use this platform to play sheree shalom songs of peace songs of tolerance songs of understanding songs of peacefulness and quiet songs where that promote the idea that we don't have to be so frayed all the time then we can go about our lives and be with our neighbors in peace. Unfortunately we don't seem to be any closer to that day but we can dream and that is something as rallies have always done since the founding of the state in nineteen forty eight and even before we've reached out our hands in peace time after time after time and unfortunately that hand has been rejected. But we don't we're not going to focus on the negativity here on today's show we're going to believe in peace we're going to strive for peace. We're going to sing for peace. And the song i want to start out with is is one that we played last sunday but a very different version came out today just a couple hours ago before the show started. There is a brand new version of oprah's fee. La out there. We played it last week by o'mara dumb and we're going to play today. This is by a whole bunch of people zahava. Ben lee ron. Danino gumbel boot. Narkis lebron asharq choline north noy fund. Loan the chief cantor of the idea of abramson and many others. It is a beautiful inspirational version of oprah's la and i wanted to start off with that on today's show sheer as shallow. This is episode one thousand eighty three of israel. Our radio voice shambo name goal holy mountain of ready or by who.

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"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

"Then show talk album. Thanks don't a sound. scott. Don go to the israel our connect with us at facebook dot com slash israel our email us at info at israel our dot com seven. Three two nine three to eighty eight hundred. Here's the host of the israel. Our josh raw my friends..

"salaam" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I need you to challenge yourself. Why unusual to do things that will cause you to become the person that you need to become. But even outside of that. When you see george floyd you see brianna taylor when you see a sean bell. The eric garner by trayvon martin. And i'm needing those are just some of the names aubery. You realize that you're always trying to escape because at any point in time to look at you somebody can look at ethan so i could look at any one of us and say they have a weapon on gonna pass judgement on them and therefore we become another hashtag a. We're talking to you like your stories over right like you had this terrible miscarriage of justice. But then you exonerated. This is somehow got a happy ending. No you get pulled over. You're still a much different situation like this story's not over it's not been fixed. It's not your markedly less safe than i am. The story's not over a lot of work to be done. And i think you know better not bitter. As part of that is part of a love offering that i'm giving to the world that tells people that they can turn up their light. When you look at the real issue in america it looks very black and white it looks very race oriented but then the rest of the world. It's not it looks like people who look like each other oppressing each other And so what you see and understand is that we're really talking about battling spiritual wickedness in high and low places the first lady michelle obama. She said when they go low we go high but it's about actively participating in making sure that you always go. Hi because i think the more of us that turnover lights the more of us that vibrate at higher levels the better the world becomes less people choose to do wrong things evil things terrible things and we know that this stuff still exists. But at some point it's asta choose better for our own cells. I think if i look at the central park jogger case would have been great for the prosecutor to say to herself. You know what something is. Just not right this case. Let me revisit a few things. The police officers who were experts at that point in time. Newsweek detectives that interrogated us. You couldn't even get into this detective squad unless you had twenty years on the job. So that made them an expert. If they chose the higher road then ag- they would have given themselves a legacy. That would have been very different than the legacy that they left for their families. That's a hard challenge people disassociate themselves because of that but at the same time people were able to eat lavish to experience some of the best parts of life because they were promoted in their jobs given great vacations because they did a great job until we found out that they didn't. It's so rough. Yeah that story doesn't it doesn't ever get easier. Man it's heartbreaking but at the same time what an encouraging and totally inspiring story because the saddest thing that could happen is they broke this beautiful spirit. You have which you have. That would have been the saddest thing and they didn't. It's incredible and i think too. It's great for us to remember. We all have our challenges. None of our challenges are probably as hard as being imprisoned for seven years. wrongfully convicted. So if you can hold onto your spirit and your humanity and your positively makes me think it's achievable for all of us. So i really i really appreciate you and i think everyone should read better not bitter. I'm in a everything. Goes through that filter but we have a saying which is resentments are like drinking poison and hoping your dies like. It's so true that you're the only one that suffers from that stuff so both guys so great to meet you. And i appreciate you both so much and i hope people read better not bitter and rewatch when they see us two year anniversary. Absolutely appreciate that fuzzier eating you guys. Yeah youtube ethan. Be good get through that organic cam because we're not gonna run on his plans. Go in the gym guys are but.

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"salaam" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:17 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Now if you experienced at all there seems to be consensus around this like i want to say michelle. Obama even wrote about it in her book. What a black students who are in route to a medical degree get strongly encouraged by counselors and advisors to not do it. Have you heard of this phenomenon has happened to you. I have not heard this. And i also i haven't experienced it either. No one's discouraged me on that. I'm wondering if that's before they get to college. Possibly if students are like exploring the possibilities of what to go into when you said that the immediate thought that came to mind was what malcolm x. was discouraged to become as a child when they asked them. Hey what do you want to be and when you think about systemic racism oppression that stuff. A lot of it has nothing to do with physical fighting but has everything to do with what happens mentally to get you to accept whatever definition. They are trying to put upon you. What did he originally wanna be. I don't remember exactly. But i think it might have been a lawyer or something like that knowing it would have been a good lawyer. But it's one of those things where you say you. So damn you know when i went to college after i came home from prison bumped into master teachers. My most impactful teacher was a student of dr john. Henry clarke and i think dr john henry clogged is taught. You know the fact that he was professor maradas hunter college in. He had people under him who were not so talk ahead to go to school to get educated. They're getting their education in addition to what they had under him so with regards to master teachers. What i found was that in educational environments that are breeding ground for success. They have specific things right it. A student to teacher ratio is a balance that you find in a lot of private schools but in public schools. You don't find a lot of people fall through the cracks but with the master teachers. They didn't get the opportunity to look at the child and see the child's gifts that they're exhibiting

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Interview With Yusef Salaam and Ethan Herisse

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Yusef Salaam and Ethan Herisse

"Now if you experienced at all there seems to be consensus around this like i want to say michelle. Obama even wrote about it in her book. What a black students who are in route to a medical degree get strongly encouraged by counselors and advisors to not do it. Have you heard of this phenomenon has happened to you. I have not heard this. And i also i haven't experienced it either. No one's discouraged me on that. I'm wondering if that's before they get to college. Possibly if students are like exploring the possibilities of what to go into when you said that the immediate thought that came to mind was what malcolm x. was discouraged to become as a child when they asked them. Hey what do you want to be and when you think about systemic racism oppression that stuff. A lot of it has nothing to do with physical fighting but has everything to do with what happens mentally to get you to accept whatever definition. They are trying to put upon you. What did he originally wanna be. I don't remember exactly. But i think it might have been a lawyer or something like that knowing it would have been a good lawyer. But it's one of those things where you say you. So damn you know when i went to college after i came home from prison bumped into master teachers. My most impactful teacher was a student of dr john. Henry clarke and i think dr john henry clogged is taught. You know the fact that he was professor maradas hunter college in. He had people under him who were not so talk ahead to go to school to get educated. They're getting their education in addition to what they had under him so with regards to master teachers. What i found was that in educational environments that are breeding ground for success. They have specific things right it. A student to teacher ratio is a balance that you find in a lot of private schools but in public schools. You don't find a lot of people fall through the cracks but with the master teachers. They didn't get the opportunity to look at the child and see the child's gifts that they're exhibiting

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"salaam" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:17 min | 2 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert. I'm dax shepard. i'm joined by monica. Oh we have to focus on. Today is always rare for us out of our comfort. We were but it became comfortable. Yusef salaam ethan. Hurry see now dr yusef. Salaam is a member of the exonerated five previously known as the central park. Five now known as the exonerated five. He's an award-winning motivational. Transformational speaker a thought leader a trainer and a new york times bestselling author and coach and even is an actor who played yousef in netflix's great great film that everyone should watch when they see us use of has a new book out right now called better not bitter. Everyone should check that out. This was very inspiring for us. Because he's in a position. Almost no one is in to have been imprisoned for seven years and for something he did not do and then get exonerated. Such an inspiring story. You're the triumph of will is kind of unparalleled incredible story. I hope everyone checks out. Better not bitter. Please enjoy use of salaam. hurry see on these episodes. We like to highlight some black owned businesses. I want to talk about kanda. Chocolate kanda chocolate is black. Owned and female. Owns which i love and you know i love chocolate sucker for. I really am crave. I crave it. And i liked having some chocolate bars at my house. For pre night's sweetness. Oh pre-nine sweet like pre bed. Okay i like to chomp on some chagas before bed night truck cab. Exactly and kanda has lots of amazing flavors and my favorite is dark. Obviously and it's from ghana the cocoa from ghana. awesome so. Please check out kanda chocolate. That's conduct chocolate k. a. n. d. a. And i want people who love barbecue. Checkout char. char boys delivers the bowl taste. We all crave with barbecue but also manages to cut back on the sodium and sugar found in large quantities and most major brands. That's the thing you love barbecue so and then you look at the backing like a lot. Not which are boys enjoy boys. He's where are you. I'm down in atlanta for the atlanta area within with that gas issue. That's real over there. gas shortage. Well is was crazy because we were in new york. My wife and family he came back and we thank god. We fill the bowl really. We had already had gas. So that worked out for the seventies replaying themselves when you see movies set in the seventies and there's half mile lines get gassed. You think well that'd be impossible in this country absolutely in here just like a pandemic would be impossible. Your it is thought was going to be impossible. It's turning out to be possible. Yeah and ethan where you at you in. La yeah. I'm in california. Actually in irvine school at uc irvine so in my college apartment. Hold on a second. This is a door. you're in college but you're a working actor who would have the integrity to not choose acting over an education. This is startling. Oh i mean yeah. I've been doing both. I've been doing both ever. Since i moved to california so just kept it up through college. Still doing it sa- going well so far. So you majoring in chemistry impressive. Yeah i just transferred to reverse year. What's the anatomical weight of uranium. We have not exploited that. I'm in oak. Ken working with carbon nitrogen. Okay that's so hard. Yeah organic chemistry..

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Halal Food 101 with Florida's Halal Food Guru

The Zest

01:25 min | 3 months ago

Halal Food 101 with Florida's Halal Food Guru

"For some of us. Eating halal food is about discovering our next favorite fil awful cart but for the nearly two billion muslims around the world hall. Food is a way of life regardless of which camp you fall into. My guest today wants you to have a place at the table. He's a leash rally better known to his online followers as the halal food. The orlando based blogger and youtuber chatted with me about which foods qualify as allow his picks for florida's best hall restaurants and how food can help create cultural allies. Salaam aleikum monthly friends. This is allow guru from clubs who grew dot com your local guide to the halal food. Seen what is how food so triple action arabic term which refers to legal lawful according to islamic law. So when you are referring to an act or a food as allowed referring to as permissible or allowed so when referencing allow for food is referring to food that is permissible for muslims to eat. There's the opposite as well. Which is foods that are not allow or considered haram which are foods that are not from missile seats for muslims. It's according to the koran and the prophetic traditions. Okay so can you give me some examples of each absolutely absolutely

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Pope Francis arrives in Erbil

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Pope Francis arrives in Erbil

"Today in Iraq by Pope Francis has had the shirt. Developer Salaam Salaam, Salaam, Francis delivering a prayer there in an outdoor mass at Fresno, Huh Bri Bri Stadium in Erbil, Iraq. Up to 10,000 people were in attendance. It is the part of spinal major event in the country before returning to the Vatican tomorrow. It's really cool.

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"salaam" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

04:40 min | 5 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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interview With Ustadh Asim Khan

IlmFeed Podcast

04:47 min | 6 months ago

interview With Ustadh Asim Khan

"Today. We have a guest who must allow is What we call hitting his hat trick on the on the podcast. 'cause this is fed periods. And that's exactly why it doesn't need any introduction. Masha llah It's our very own. Stop us on joining us this time of actually it said i'm ali consortium while they salamina the law and Doug missile three-time hatrick you get the hat trick. Bonus blades but how you doing okay. I'm very well and I really appreciate been given us all to sit with you. Get an shot lava in Interesting conversation cha thank you for taking the time. I guess i'm in a couple of things that are different from lost. You know the the Fest two times. I guess that you joined us. I guess the first thing is you will with us you know. We were together physically in the same space in the in the studio Now obviously because of events over the pasta zero so You know we have to connect remotely virtually in other words and the second difference. Is that in terms of what we're going to be discussing. Usually we talk about a lot right when we have discussions and today it's not directly related to the hold on. It's more going to be focused on the sierra which is interesting because We haven't we haven't yet on the on the podcast that we've done here had like a proper compensation on this era so i think it's a good opportunity to to get into the of course we've touched on aspects of it but not like a dedicated focus conversation on this year so that should be interesting and before we started recording. Ah realized that You recognize something in my bookshelf. That that we go. I'm pointing at right now. That's my salon salon. Book the heart of the on his commentary and so they seed and we. We are going to speak about books as well today. Write checks and we're gonna talk about some exciting new projects as well. Yes definitely in. Charlotte are super announcement to make Some point jolla. But you know what point you made it in the beginning about how things are different now right so meeting. Virtually and in many ways. There's lots of things got to lose out on the company of each other being one of them and the brotherhood that comes with it But i don't know if you know this but many many years ago i used to work as a pharmacy manager and it was part of a big corporation and read had this appraisal. So you sit down with the guy who's aligned manager took about what you're gonna and talk about what you know other challenges i think is particularly correct that these so basically he the by lineman's game piece of advice and When he said it. That's pretty deep actually and during this whole lockdown and pandemic time that we've been going through that has been ringing in my mind. So basically what he said was awesome. Was what makes a successful business wasn't number one quality that makes us successful business and i was like this that and he's like no. It's actually the ability to adapt house. I interesting he goes yet. Look we're in a crowded marketplace And things are changing all the time and small changes If you don't keep up with them you get left behind very quickly. As a cutthroat business say goes if we adapt continuously to the changes that we will be we will be successful and economic of the business mind and putting that into maybe a spiritual place. I think that looking up. The prophecy salaam for example is a real manifestation of this like you think about how his life began when he's reaching age of fourteen which is usually the comfort zone for many people. He's williston upside down. He's made a profit of law and a messenger to humanity and people that loved him. No hate him. And he's got the way to the world on his shoulders and he doesn't crumble sapan he adepts and every day today because things didn't stay the same from that day until the day passes away twenty three years later What days of loss of sorrow of fighting of dealing with abuse of you know. Unbelievable things happen during his life. So feel like this pandemic Though this so much negativity when you think about it yeah also and there's a lot. There's a lot of positivity we can take chrome especially on that perspective of how the adapt is probably how you succeed

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Interview With Ustadha Muslema Purmul

IlmFeed Podcast

06:46 min | 7 months ago

Interview With Ustadha Muslema Purmul

"Today at handle i have with me. All the way from california will sell them. Monthly muslim pommel style is a muslim chaplain and scala. She graduated from the university of california san diego with a double major in religious studies and middle eastern studies as an undergraduate. She said at bear varying leadership roles for the muslim student association. She completed the bachelor program in sharia from her university in cairo and also completed graduate work at the american university in cairo in islamic studies. She is co founder and scholar in residence at south center for research and education. So a salaam. Aleikum where i lie. You've got to go to lie. Who didn't honor to be here with you and hound ally. I've been looking at some of your talks online and over the years i've heard about you. Masha llah always want to connect with with yourself. And with my sisters in america so This opportunity today to do that. How from the last the likewise. The work that you do is very impactful and And feed panama. We actually. I used to always wonder who. Who's behind. adam. Feed who's behind venus helen. So wonderful to meet you in even if it's virtually into intimidate the lettuce sister behind this this project wonderful community project michela and we are a team of people and masha. Lots of talented people involved joined the scene. So i feel honored to be part of this project because we try to bring positive inspiration to muslims all around the world so that you that also benefited atlantis. I worked the lao. It's interesting that you know. In the current climate of a pandemic how the programs that are being offered virtually and over the internet have now become so much more significant and so work of the work of and feed. You know is is truly a blessing for our community. And i think that that's something that bef- again before the pandemic it was there and it was beneficial but like during the time the time that people can actually gather is these types of projects that are really helping the communities You know heartbeat collective heartbeat keep pumping you know in the right direction with all. Our warton's reported them egis so My husband i founded a community institution. A i would call it like a community space and more. I guess we could. The best words to describe. It will be an intentional community. Third space project But the the methodist literally memes like a place to sit so people can sit really close together and learn and grow and you know have good companionship in all of that and penalty after the pandemic started. You know we we. We were completely puzzled because the whole idea was local. Sit next to each other. Know each other intimately as a community Support each other as brothers and sisters in person have live relationships and all's antisocial media you know the sense of or Was really like go back to the way things used to be where people would physically go out to a program and drop their kids off at the babysitting and that was really emphasizing that in the pandemic hit and we had we had to overnight transition everything virtually a that was a. That was a big just a challenge for us. But we realize we couldn't resist like this is now the way that we have to be both local and global. It's a lesson we learned the hard way. The the the yeah. I think everyone is having to adapt right by whatever plans anyone had had to rethink them But i've seen people being quite inventive quite like Innovative in their approach is to i guess overcoming the challenges of the pandemic so so tell us a also in california in general. How has it been like the effects of the pandemic and you know. What's the current situation. Are you still in a lockdown. Yeah we're actually. We went back to the most restrictive Phase of the lockdown so we're currently in purple there's different colors and purples the most severe and so that means that's the stay at home order. Which would which is how lockdown started and then it eased off. it transitioned in restaurants. Were open again and people could eat outside You know and now it's the opposite where things that were even slightly accessible are shut down again and So i want to say that the numbers are currently the highest ever been In terms of the numbers of people who are testing positive with covid nineteen and The the icu's are are almost full capacity so it's In that sense it is worse than actually. I mean they're describing in terms of numbers and percentages and on top of that people have covid fatigue so as we're in the beginning people were ready to try their best at this point. A lot of people are Are sort of easing off for I wanna say they're tired of keeping masses on things like that so it's It's a it's back in the next. Three weeks are expected to be probably one of the worst. I mean as according to the cdc the one of the worst health Situations in america and in particular california is bigger. I mean it hits california in a way that's more severe than maybe other parts of the country because of the major metropolitan cities rations of people in small areas

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Lessons from lockdown with Nafisa and Tasneem

Not Another Mum Pod

05:58 min | 10 months ago

Lessons from lockdown with Nafisa and Tasneem

"Never, go member one but I can Salaam Haney visa high fiving. I am sweltering melting we speaking literally. You know while I'm just glad that we do sound and visuals right now. THREAT PAINT, down my face. Drooping. Disgusting. Listeners would literally block us if they could see us right now but. Shit. That'll be enough of this nasty window computer screen as well. With more. So what we talking about today, we're talking about lessons that we've learned from lockdown. So with one lockdown behind us and another potentially on the way we thought we take a look at three lessons that we've learned from lockdown. Tasneem. Let's start off with you and your family. What's the one family lesson that you've learned that we can learn from? Okay I'll try and condense it to one family. And okay, so obviously. It's been difficult being stuck with the same people day in day out but I. Realized, that can be enjoyable as well. If you just let go a little bit and not kind sweat the little stuff. Like you I'm so busy at work of time and all of that kind of as she see my kids that much during the week by reading it enjoy spending some time with them and it made me realize I. so important to spend that time with family and not just with the kids there. But with elders, my grandma passed away during lock Tom and I so many regrets because I haven't seen her for about two months because we were in lockdown about six weeks before she passed away. So she had no guests. No one could go see her haven't seen her for about two months and I think that burke me just knowing that she went issue pretty much alone and no one was around with echo she was in hospital and that Kinda thing and then I missed not just her everyone that we couldn't agree together we couldn't mourn together. We couldn't do anything together we would just so isolated and I kept thinking and my parents are getting old or if they go their next and then to see them and not getting to spend time with them, and all of that was playing through my mind and I just realized that is so important just to. Enjoy spending time with family wall. We still have them. All kids are elders everybody just? Yeah. It's priceless. I completely agree with you and I felt some of what you felt as well not taking family for granted and just really missing one after awhile initially, it was kind of a novelty and you think you're a quite like being isolated and thank God we don't have any more guests don't have to go to anyone. So we went through that for a while and then the fatigue slowly started to settle in and we kept thinking Oh, imagine if we could do this and imagine if you could visit that person especially you know Ramadan came and went and eat and the same thing I lost my grandma as well. Just start of lockdown. Husband works from home and I work from home. So we do see children quite a lot when they're at home and at school. So for us even though effect like summer, holidays, Christmas holidays at the beginning, we did slowly start to realize that what the school does for them is priceless as well. My husband especially felt like the school really painted important role in the children's lives, which which we didn't value may be as much or just think about it although we really enjoyed spending time with children and there were so many other things we did that we didn't do before lockdown you know playing more games finding imaginative ways of doing things. We did miss the outside world. We were thinking something simple as meeting somebody or a stranger even being able to walk past without recoiling and things like that I think it really made us realize the importance of simple things that we took for granted I think what you said about the schools do for kids and how undervalue a parochial is definitely true. I think. Obviously, like you said, we really enjoyed the time the kids, but it did come to a point win it was getting overwhelming and I think the home schooling. Pov, it was getting overwhelming and it made me realize that I could never ever heard school my children like every day I'd log on and do the work with them and I just felt like destroying the education. Helping on doing all the good the teachers done the loss. Gee, I ruined all. I'm pretty sure I'm learning feeling like that as well on really tough and to be honest my kids tools the end just lockdown was lifted hunter lot the right time the beginning of feral. Call from outside both. So long stuff that the navy do before they started doing like damn and they need space because everyone doesn he space from everyone else and they also need space from each other and you. Definitely me. And they weren't getting that. Everything, in moderation, right thing is really important to have in life. So you have times but you take some time out, take a step back and just reflect right. But then at the same time, you need other things to go on. So it's important to take a step back ball forever. Yet. That's absolutely true. I do agree with you test the, but he is hunting I'm a qualified teacher by profession even though I don't teach at the moment. So I as a qualified teacher tell you that it cannot teach my children to save my life and then I as a mother of four children. Another lesson I learned was going to be mother. So then you go. To a good job on I, think everyone has as moments right? Who have we just want to pack it all in disappear never surface again Oh, you have no idea whether you do have an idea but you know it was like we're in lockdown with our kids and will in lockdown our minds on the in just everything was in lockdown and our husbands Heller. How Ya. Fifth in my life. No No. Sorry am I really love you and you're not child a promise. On much much. Okay. He's going to be like, why are you talking about me again? It's not gonNA. Listen is too busy. You know I don't trust that man I'm only joking. You'd never know.

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Lessons from lockdown (with Nafisa & Tasneem)

Not Another Mum Pod

04:56 min | 10 months ago

Lessons from lockdown (with Nafisa & Tasneem)

"Never, go member one but I can Salaam Haney visa high fiving. I am sweltering melting we speaking literally. You know while I'm just glad that we do sound and visuals right now. THREAT PAINT, down my face. Drooping. Disgusting. Listeners would literally block us if they could see us right now but. Shit. That'll be enough of this nasty window computer screen as well. With more. So what we talking about today, we're talking about lessons that we've learned from lockdown. So with one lockdown behind us and another potentially on the way we thought we take a look at three lessons that we've learned from lockdown. Tasneem. Let's start off with you and your family. What's the one family lesson that you've learned that we can learn from? Okay I'll try and condense it to one family. And okay, so obviously. It's been difficult being stuck with the same people day in day out but I. Realized, that can be enjoyable as well. If you just let go a little bit and not kind sweat the little stuff. Like you I'm so busy at work of time and all of that kind of as she see my kids that much during the week by reading it enjoy spending some time with them and it made me realize I. so important to spend that time with family and not just with the kids there. But with elders, my grandma passed away during lock Tom and I so many regrets because I haven't seen her for about two months because we were in lockdown about six weeks before she passed away. So she had no guests. No one could go see her haven't seen her for about two months and I think that burke me just knowing that she went issue pretty much alone and no one was around with echo she was in hospital and that Kinda thing and then I missed not just her everyone that we couldn't agree together we couldn't mourn together. We couldn't do anything together we would just so isolated and I kept thinking and my parents are getting old or if they go their next and then to see them and not getting to spend time with them, and all of that was playing through my mind and I just realized that is so important just to. Enjoy spending time with family wall. We still have them. All kids are elders everybody just? Yeah. It's priceless. I completely agree with you and I felt some of what you felt as well not taking family for granted and just really missing one after awhile initially, it was kind of a novelty and you think you're a quite like being isolated and thank God we don't have any more guests don't have to go to anyone. So we went through that for a while and then the fatigue slowly started to settle in and we kept thinking Oh, imagine if we could do this and imagine if you could visit that person especially you know Ramadan came and went and eat and the same thing I lost my grandma as well. Just start of lockdown. Husband works from home and I work from home. So we do see children quite a lot when they're at home and at school. So for us even though effect like summer, holidays, Christmas holidays at the beginning, we did slowly start to realize that what the school does for them is priceless as well. My husband especially felt like the school really painted important role in the children's lives, which which we didn't value may be as much or just think about it although we really enjoyed spending time with children and there were so many other things we did that we didn't do before lockdown you know playing more games finding imaginative ways of doing things. We did miss the outside world. We were thinking something simple as meeting somebody or a stranger even being able to walk past without recoiling and things like that I think it really made us realize the importance of simple things that we took for granted I think what you said about the schools do for kids and how undervalue a parochial is definitely true. I think. Obviously, like you said, we really enjoyed the time the kids, but it did come to a point win it was getting overwhelming and I think the home schooling. Pov, it was getting overwhelming and it made me realize that I could never ever heard school my children like every day I'd log on and do the work with them and I just felt like destroying the education. Helping on doing all the good the teachers done the loss. Gee, I ruined all. I'm pretty sure I'm learning feeling like that as well on really tough and to be honest my kids tools the end just lockdown was lifted hunter lot the right time the beginning of feral. Call from outside both. So long stuff that the navy do before they started doing like damn and they need space because everyone doesn he space from everyone else and they also need space from each other and you. Definitely me. And they weren't getting that. Everything, in moderation, right thing is really important to have in life. So you have times but you take some time out, take a step back and just reflect right. But then at the same time, you need other things to go on. So it's important to take a step back ball forever.

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"salaam" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"salaam" Discussed on Good Life Project

"So you both met originally, , it was ninety nine. . There is a class at Hunter College were you were both attending and I wanna talk about that moment and what what came out of it because I know there was a conversation that began that took you on a walk from sixty eighth straight up to Harlem which for those who are not familiar with New York City is not a walk that's often done. . And then it kind of vanished into the background for a number of years before it led to this recent collaboration let's let's sort of put a hold on that for the moment because I'm also curious. . So the the decade or so leading up to that meeting and ninety nine was profoundly different experiences of life for each of you. . and. I . want to talk about that a little bit and then what kind of work away back to that meeting and then fell from there. . Why don't we actually start with? ? Agree with you. . I know originally born in Haiti <hes> raised in Bushwick in Brooklyn, , at a time where <hes> for those who know Bushwick these days a lot of times people associated with gentrification <hes> a Lotta hipsters amazing street art, , and are quote RT's no food eighties and nineties very different place right i. . Immigrated to the United States from Haiti in Nineteen eighty-one I was four years old and the neighborhood that my mother could afford and was just me and my mother was Bushwick <hes>. . So bushwick at the time was very broken and dilapidated, , very much like the Bronx and Harlem. . So these neighborhood attack rundown buildings burnt out buildings because of the economic strife. . That was in new. . York City in the Seventies. . So she rented a top floor apartment in a Brownstone by a friend <hes> a friend of a friend another Haitian immigrant who had his own business in the basement floor and he was a tailor and Bush get the time was affordable for a lot of immigrants because it was sort of no man's land. . And <hes> for a long time. . It was just me and her I left Bushwick in nineteen, , eighty seven and a we moved to East, , New, , York Brooklyn, , another broken and dilapidated neighborhood. . That's another place that she could afford. . So as an immigrant, I , was aware of New York culture but was not part of it. . I. . Was a child, of , course. . So as a single mother. . She was very overprotective and I watched New York City through the top floor window of a building or a brownstone apartment, , and when I was allowed to play with the neighborhood kids outside I got made fun of in teased. . But one important aspect about my growing up in New York City is a level of fear that my mother had. . <hes> around the neighborhood kids. . So I, , now I know that kids just being kids they are a product of their environment but as immigrant as <hes> a single mother, , my mother was a single mother as only her only daughter for a time. . Neighborhood Kids were sort of a threat she was mugged in Bushwick Park and she was mugged a few times in fact, , and that sort of fear she instilled in me for a very long time up until high school. . When I started, , you know having boyfriends she still remembered the neighborhood kids being sort of a threat and I was actually in sixth grade in east. . New. . York. . Brooklyn when the Central Park five case had happened but before that I remember on gets in the subway vigilante trial I remember all those other racial violence incidents in New York City I watched it in a news I was a latchkey kid. . And this all filtered into just my whole view and perspective of New York City as a child as an immigrant child and as a girl quite frankly. . So I mean there there's a sense of danger that that is built into I and I mean if my understanding is also I mean. . Part of I know your mom sounded incredibly protective I'm curious also whether that was entirely response just what she was experiencing in and around New York in the eighties where there's some of that also was drawn from the circumstances that led her and you to originally leave Haiti in the first place where <hes> she was essentially fleeing a relationship for safety purposes for both of you. . A exactly, , my mother was broadcast journalist in Haiti and my father was the owner of the radio station and he was thirty years older than her. . So. . What she was fleeing a sense with another form of Patriarchy that looks somewhat different than it does here in his country in that women go into relationships for financial support in a in a different way <hes> or fear there is no choice <hes> as I tell young people when I talk about my immigrant story is that there is no sexual harassment in a third world or developing country there is sexual harassment, , but there's no calling out. . metoo movements look very different in the developing world. .

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Dr. Yusef Salaam And Ibi Zoboi On Punching the Air

Good Life Project

05:14 min | 11 months ago

Dr. Yusef Salaam And Ibi Zoboi On Punching the Air

"So you both met originally, it was ninety nine. There is a class at Hunter College were you were both attending and I wanna talk about that moment and what what came out of it because I know there was a conversation that began that took you on a walk from sixty eighth straight up to Harlem which for those who are not familiar with New York City is not a walk that's often done. And then it kind of vanished into the background for a number of years before it led to this recent collaboration let's let's sort of put a hold on that for the moment because I'm also curious. So the the decade or so leading up to that meeting and ninety nine was profoundly different experiences of life for each of you. and. I want to talk about that a little bit and then what kind of work away back to that meeting and then fell from there. Why don't we actually start with? Agree with you. I know originally born in Haiti raised in Bushwick in Brooklyn, at a time where for those who know Bushwick these days a lot of times people associated with gentrification a Lotta hipsters amazing street art, and are quote RT's no food eighties and nineties very different place right i. Immigrated to the United States from Haiti in Nineteen eighty-one I was four years old and the neighborhood that my mother could afford and was just me and my mother was Bushwick So bushwick at the time was very broken and dilapidated, very much like the Bronx and Harlem. So these neighborhood attack rundown buildings burnt out buildings because of the economic strife. That was in new. York City in the Seventies. So she rented a top floor apartment in a Brownstone by a friend a friend of a friend another Haitian immigrant who had his own business in the basement floor and he was a tailor and Bush get the time was affordable for a lot of immigrants because it was sort of no man's land. And for a long time. It was just me and her I left Bushwick in nineteen, eighty seven and a we moved to East, New, York Brooklyn, another broken and dilapidated neighborhood. That's another place that she could afford. So as an immigrant, I was aware of New York culture but was not part of it. I. Was a child, of course. So as a single mother. She was very overprotective and I watched New York City through the top floor window of a building or a brownstone apartment, and when I was allowed to play with the neighborhood kids outside I got made fun of in teased. But one important aspect about my growing up in New York City is a level of fear that my mother had. around the neighborhood kids. So I, now I know that kids just being kids they are a product of their environment but as immigrant as a single mother, my mother was a single mother as only her only daughter for a time. Neighborhood Kids were sort of a threat she was mugged in Bushwick Park and she was mugged a few times in fact, and that sort of fear she instilled in me for a very long time up until high school. When I started, you know having boyfriends she still remembered the neighborhood kids being sort of a threat and I was actually in sixth grade in east. New. York. Brooklyn when the Central Park five case had happened but before that I remember on gets in the subway vigilante trial I remember all those other racial violence incidents in New York City I watched it in a news I was a latchkey kid. And this all filtered into just my whole view and perspective of New York City as a child as an immigrant child and as a girl quite frankly. So I mean there there's a sense of danger that that is built into I and I mean if my understanding is also I mean. Part of I know your mom sounded incredibly protective I'm curious also whether that was entirely response just what she was experiencing in and around New York in the eighties where there's some of that also was drawn from the circumstances that led her and you to originally leave Haiti in the first place where she was essentially fleeing a relationship for safety purposes for both of you. A exactly, my mother was broadcast journalist in Haiti and my father was the owner of the radio station and he was thirty years older than her. So. What she was fleeing a sense with another form of Patriarchy that looks somewhat different than it does here in his country in that women go into relationships for financial support in a in a different way or fear there is no choice as I tell young people when I talk about my immigrant story is that there is no sexual harassment in a third world or developing country there is sexual harassment, but there's no calling out. metoo movements look very different in the developing world.

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Repent or Perish (Luke 13:15)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Repent or Perish (Luke 13:15)

"Luke chapter thirteen versus one through five. They were some president that very time who told Jesus about the gallon whose blood pilot and mingled with their sacrifices. And he answered them. Do. You think that these gala liens were worse centers and all the other Galileo because they suffered in this way? No I tell you. But unless you repent, you will all likewise perish. Or. Those eighteen on whom the tower and Salaam fell and killed them. Do, you think the day were worse offenders and all the other lived in Jerusalem. No I tell you. But unless you repent, you will all likewise perish. There's so much in the short passage, but to summarize it. You have people who are asking Jesus. About. Basically, an instance of moral evil, an instance of natural evil. This instance of moral evil the Galley ensues blood piloted mingled with their sacrifices to basically people who were offering sacrifices and were suddenly killed. Basically mass occurred in the second instance is a tower and Salaam falling all of a sudden and killing eighteen people that would be natural evil something happening not necessarily because. Someone was awesome in the first group. But here in the second group is to situation where a tower suddenly fell and killed eighteen people and you have these people coming to Jesus basically asking him like were these people worse than others and I I read this and I think about. What's happening around us? Now particularly in my country. But also around the world amidst all kinds of. Violence and moral evil on one hand. And then natural evil in the middle of a pandemic. and Jesus words he says it twice. He says, as you think about these things like don't try to determine like WHO's a worse center it's what he's telling these crowds who are asking about this like that's not the point. The point is unless you repent. You will all likewise perish. She says that twice unless you repent you all likewise perish like moral evil natural evil are reminders that we are all one day going die. And so what is most important? Every single one of our lives is that we repent while we have time today that we turn from our sin we turn mark sinful parts and we'd trust in Jesus as the savior and Lord of our lives that we live in repentance every day ready to meet Jesus like in both these groups none of these people knew that today was gonna be their last day. This tower was gonNA fall I mean they thought they were secure their offering sacrifices and all the sudden they're massacred. So. So we pray. God we we know the life is a missed. And not one of us is guaranteed tomorrow. This pandemic has certainly. Reminded us of this. That not one of us is immune to sickness and death. So God help us. To make today count. For Your glory help us to live in a continual. State, of repentance of turning from, Sin And following you entrusting you and loving you and honoring you and glorifying you got if something were to happen to me like. Two seconds from now. Pray I want my heart to be right before you I pray that over every single person who's listening right now If anybody's listening right now doesn't know US never repent turn from their sin and themselves believed in Jesus did they would do that today like right now and God you would help us to live just this constant awareness of the brevity of life and the need for repentance. We want to be right with you by your grace by your mercy at every single moment, and we want to live with urgency to make the good. News The Gospel of Repentance and belief in Jesus known all around God pray for that kind of urgency as we live in a world of moral evil and natural evil guttering pray that you would use our lives to lead other people to repent to trust in you help us to proclaim the gospel of repentance today in our lives God. Please help us not to lose sight of the brevity of life or the urgency of eternity. In Jesus. Name we pray.

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LEC Announces Sponsorship from Saudi Arabia's NEOM and Quickly Retracts

The Esports Minute

01:36 min | 1 year ago

LEC Announces Sponsorship from Saudi Arabia's NEOM and Quickly Retracts

"League of Legends European Championship or C. announced a sponsorship from meal a new futuristic city plan by Saudi. Arabia. Why is a city sponsoring in East sports event? You might ask a great question, but it definitely didn't go as planned because after a day of internal and external outcry riot announced, the sponsorship would be cancelled. So what is NEOM? It's a project from the Saudi, Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salaam, whose goals to build a futuristic mega-city. They'll become a hub for tech in tourism on the coast of the red seat, the project is estimated to cost five, hundred billion dollars. The. Saudi crown prince is a controversial figure for a number of reasons in the West. The murder of Washington Post was Jomo. Kashogi is one of the most notable. The city is also controversial for the displacement of tribe about twenty thousand people currently live in the area of the plan city. The Saudi government has been accused of killing people who speak up about the plans for the new city. Finally. Saudi, Arabia's history of human rights issues. Especially, the people who identify as lgbtq stands in stark contrast to the pride themed logo and the company's statements on inclusivity. Many LGBTQ members of Right Games spoke out about how the sponsorship defies any stay admission to align with the. Lgbtq community that includes many of members of the ilise own commentating staff after a day of outcry which many people inside and outside of Right Games chastised the company for this decision. Right decided to remove the sponsorship. Still plenty of damage has been done a few days ago. Blast premier. A notable cs go competition also signed a sponsorship with NEOM as a recording that sponsorship is still in place.

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Solar Orbiter Snaps Closest Pictures Ever of the Sun – Reveals New “Campfires” Phenomena

Fresh Air

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Solar Orbiter Snaps Closest Pictures Ever of the Sun – Reveals New “Campfires” Phenomena

"With summer here. Most of the news about our home star. The sun most likely will involve sunscreen right And that's something we should all be paying attention to. But scientists are also paying close attention to the surface of the sun, because despite it being so ever present, we still have a lot to learn about the sun. And they have just announced that the solar orbiter a satellite orbiting the sun has just sent back Some photos of surprising events on the sun's surface. Here to talk to us about these new images is Aneke to Groove instrument operation scientists for these solar orbiter she's based in Madrid, Spain, and joins us today. By Skype. Welcome to science Friday. No, I believe that these are the closest direct images of the sun's surface. Is that right? That's correcting the There has never being cameras actually observing the sum from that close, So we have had satellites going closer, but never with images never with telescopes. So tell us this being a radio program when you looked at those images. What air So what was that surprising thing you saw on the surface of the sun? Well, so first. We were really excited to see these first images because these are really the very first day that we got from the satellite. S so it's even just test images still, but we could already see new features. So about what we saw, Mamie was in the B imager. So that is a telescope that is looking at the Somme in extreme ultraviolet light. You cannot see that from worth because the atmosphere is blocking it. But we can see it from space. And so there you see part of the atmosphere that some the solar Corona and that atmosphere is currently very quiet. There's not that much activity on the sun. But now it turned out when we're resuming in that we see very little eruptions, which are much, much smaller than the ones we can usually see. And so this was quite a surprise because we have never seen these features before. And they were called campfires. If I'm reading this correctly, yes, because indeed they looked like this little flashes or flames off off light on DH. Actually, they they look like the many, many brothers ofthe solar flares and solar flares are much bigger eruptions off. Off radiation from the sun, and sometimes they also cause clouds ofthe solar plus muscle solar material That leaves the sun and so this thing to be And micro thin air. So to state so very small eruptions. That's kinda interesting. Do we know anything about Thies? Small eruptions? Ah, and how do we study these further? Well, so that's one of the strength ofthe solar orbiter that he does not only have these camera either has many different telescopes in total six, which will all observe the son of different wavelengths, so you see slightly different temperatures on the sun and slightly different lives. So the next bit will be to analyze these new features. In all those different types of light tto find out what exactly is happen and then we also have sensors which are measuring the environment on the spacecraft. And they can see what's actually coming out of the sun. So the effects ofthe these little activity on the environment of the sun and later also on Earth. So tell me, though, What mysteries you are most interested in and finding out more. About what? What keeps you up at night? Well, One thing that we are really excited about is that Salaam better will also look at the solar poles. So the North Pole and this house full of the sun, and we have never ever seen this before. We also don't know whether there's any activity going on there or how to some structure at these north and South pole, and this is important to wonder. Somehow, all these activity hurts. Because the sun has an activity cycles. It's not always as active. It has times several years where it's quite quiet, which is now the period we are in now and then we expect in two or three years from now there will be more solar activity. There will be some what we call solar storms. So this is the time when the sun is very exit, and then it will go back to a quieter stage. And we don't really honest that how that works, and we think that one of the keys Lie with the solar poles. So that's the part I'm most excited about. You know, I never thought about the sun having polls. I know that the Earth has polls. What creates the poles on the sun? Also, when I talk about poles, I talk mainly about the magnetic poles. So the son has a magnetic field while the earth magnetic things one me the North Pole and assess full But on the sonnets are much more complicated because there's magnetic field gets completely tangled. And this is actually what causes the activity and what causes this cycle in food.

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July 2020 Book News

Books and Boba

05:03 min | 1 year ago

July 2020 Book News

"We're here to let everyone know upheld holly books that you're about to add to your TB are list because. Even though the world seems to have slowed down, due the Cova, the publishing industry has not. and there's there's a there's a ton of book deals in never stops. So. Let's get started. A rewrite wants you tell us about the first book deal all right in a six figure deal. Salaam breeds acquired Hana coughs. Why a novel Queen of the Tiles! When cryptic messages begin appearing on a dead girl, social media account during an international scrabble championship in Malaysia. A girl must investigate the mysterious circumstances of her best friend's death, and uncovered the truth before a would be killer strikes again. Publication is scheduled for Spring Twenty twenty two. This feels like a like a thriller. Yeah. This definitely sounds. Like. It's going to be my jam because it has. Well why? Apple. Grapple murder because of the scrabble, yes. We so well Marvin. Like it sounds really really cool. It reminds me of called God there is this one really bad horror slash thriller movie I watched like a a long time ago. It was about like. This one girl who befriends like this antisocial girl, and then the antisocial girl. she kills herself at, but her social media account is still going, and she's like I. Guess like the Ghost of her is attacking like the girls, other friends and stuff. It was really bad breed, but it kind of reminds me of that. Is that the one where it all takes on the computer screen? Yes. I think unfunded. Right Oh my God. Yeah, you're right. Yeah, what's bad movie? I had a great time. Next up in another six figure deal Thomas and Mercer acquired world. English rights to choose me a standalone novel by bestselling authors, Test Garretson and Gary Braver. The Thriller Follows Boston Detective Francis Frankie Loomis as she unravels the cost of the death of a student intern. More Lewis's investigation uncovers a dark sight of relationships including obsessive. Affair with her professor and mentor. Gets in is the author of twenty nine suspense novels including the Resilient House series, which was adapted for TV BY A T and T. Another murder buck yeah yeah. Also. I don't know Hana's book is about a college student, so I don't know if it's both. Murder Mysteries about college students at Yeah Yeah. I mean this is definitely like if anyone has followed our booklet podcast for any period of time, you should know that we are definitely down for the detective story I think a good half of our book picks out been detected. Fiction earlier feels like it so definitely right up our alley. It's been like maybe a quarter I. Try my best to diversify hard Chandra's at the very least. NEXT UP ABRAHAMS SPOT world rights to Little Red Riding Hood and the Dragon by Ying Chang. Compass Stein illustrated by joy. Hang the picture book. retelling relocates. Fairy Tale in China where it was really the WHO ate little red, not the wolf and read his Account Foo fighter, who doesn't need rescuing publication slated for Spring Twenty twenty three. What do you feel about these like retailing's of? Fairy Tales. I mean, is there. Is there a fairy tale that similar to little red, riding Hood and Chinese culture, there is actually It's a lot darker. which I guess. Fairytales are in general. The versions that we are used to in. I guess. American culture are via highs, version of a lot of these fairy tales right? I remember there is a version of the story Chinese fable. Where there's I think two kids. Who Go visit their grandmothers in the grammar has been replaced by. A wolf or some SORTA creature. And they actually end up eating one of the kids, and I remember because they made the younger brother or sister into like little critters or something. I remember being really really. creeped out what I listen to the story Oh back when I was a kid 'cause he came on the Book fables that came with a a cassette tape, and it would be in Chinese I listen stories, and like this one was extra gruesome, and I remember I. Don't remember the details, but I remember. Like one of the kids got literally chopped up in eight so Yeah, that's not something that's not something. A child should see and yet and yet and yet.

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Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

The Rogue Muslim

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot.

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Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

The Rogue Muslim

05:58 min | 1 year ago

Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot. I just a continually. A has ripple effects and one of those is that you can listen to the series at any point in time and still connected still learn, and still be inspired

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Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

The Rogue Muslim

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Journey's of Ramadhan 2020 Ft. Muslims Around the World

"Salaam of. And welcome to another episode of the rogue Muslim podcast. This is a very very overdue episode. It is the final check in of the Milan series. Is like what. When did Ramona and June May. I actually don't remember it's. A mean I think this is what everyone saying all the time just blends together, and it definitely because I don't understand why the time has gone. I'm so sorry it's delayed. Things came up weighing on some things but Here we are. Of? The time recording is one thirty five am on Thursday July second twenty twenty. So it's late, and Ramadan is definitely definitely over although I hope the blessings aren't Also if I'm kind of. Speaking quite closely to my Mike will also. Relatively softly, and there may be quite a bit of disturbance. There's just loud noise going on right now. so I, apologize for that. You know I felt really guilty. I still do feel quite guilty full publishing this later than I expected to. But actually. I don't know about anyone else. I'm in the state of spiritual suspension I posted about this on my. Instrument page because. You May or may not have noticed, but I didn't upload podcast for the twenty six spiritual habit series. Which for the latest one, which was was to be doing Salat every. And I just I'm in state of spiritual suspension of don't really know how to move forward, but I'm also giving myself that time to just rest, and you know work on those habits that I had lost track of or wanted to perfect or whatever it was right I'm wanted to revisit so. Spiritual suspension and as I was re listening to everybody US CHECK INS I just felt so inspired. And I think some of this could be that you know we're not meeting regularly at most programs, or we're not having just spaces physical spaces where we can connect with one another spiritually I mean there is such a difference between being able to physically and being able to do it online But this did really help I just felt that. Oh Yeah I, am part of an there are people can talk to about this and You know it's just it's amazing. How much the blessings of Ramadan can continue with us, but at the same time. How. Because we're not as focused and intentional about spirituality. How much weaken new sites? Of God and I think that's kind of. That's always the difficult transition post from Avante because of during the month you know our world to stumps in. A to an extent right, and we and that is our focus for that is at the front of our mind. In shallow and so. You know after that we we always go back to reality so to speak, and it's up to us to change our reality up to us to change how intentional we want to be with. Continuing Spiritual efforts, and sometimes that's easier said than done sometimes. If you're in a state, spiritual suspension, the guild isolation like you know, there's a lot but Honest to God if there's anything I've learned, this year is the power of intention and. I hope that the check ins that you hear a revive your intentions revived that connection that you feel if you've lost it. If not a handle of this amazing I hope this just adds to. Your experience right now. But Yeah I just WANNA say. Now. I am so. Unbelievably thankful for the guests that participated. To all of you. I mean this episode I mean the series quite literally could not be done without you. It would just be me checking in. Fort while I wouldn't have done. It would just be boring if I just checked in myself for blonde, so it was just so insightful and inspiring and. I genuinely appreciated the level of ability, because it's not necessarily easy to just share your experiences to people. You don't know to audiences you don't know and. I just felt so connected to each and every one of your responses and. I'm so grateful for that and I know of had messages shared the swift boat with the folks that. I've had messages saying that people just felt very inspired by what you have said, and very connected to it and Sousse of conflict, and so I just can we all pray for the folks that participated in the families that they are rewarded abundantly in this life, and in the hair off made it was be accepted you know in the divine timing timing of a lot.

Milan Ramona Avante Mike
Keeping in Check: Maintaining Spirituality in the Influencer Space (ft. Omar Shahid)

TMV Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Keeping in Check: Maintaining Spirituality in the Influencer Space (ft. Omar Shahid)

"Salaam welcomed another team via podcast brought to you by the Vibe as always I'm your host. Salim Qasim and this week I'm joined by from the Muslim influence and network. The Muslim infants networker, celebrating their third birthday. And I've known Omar for for quite a few years now. And we discuss or about to discuss I guess the general landscape of of influences and the whole space Muslim influences and representation and also I guess how. Influences can. Maintain that sincerity. We spoke a lot about sincerity. which I think is a really important point. When thinking about the the the the digital space and people growing their own platforms. And why they're doing it and whatever else? We also talk a lot about evenly. Miller who was on a previous podcast with us? I can't remember the episode number. It was called a slum in the hood. It was just a few weeks actually before the whole lockdown and Shenanigans took place. We had a fantastic conversation. Please do inside podcast. By. Yeah, so this time almost was actually on the podcast that time he came into office. This one's conducted over zoom I'm, but we didn't get much time to speak to. And delving deeper into will these topics around the influences and the burden responsibilities term I use quite in the podcast. And various other bits so yet without further ADO, here's my conversation with Oma. Consummating! I'm good very much. The Virginia nuns focused Ab. Regulations for yourself on on three years of influence network. You were not us. A few have lost track of time in Kobe, but if you. And January a jury. When the world was normal than you could be office so yeah you with. that. And we were at all about at story. I guess if people do listen back to that in check out the Compensation, we had the shed so much and shows guests like for me. These people uninfluenced should be especially in the kind of in space. But we also discussed on their the fact that we should probably have a separate compensation yourself. Because I think there's a lot to discuss generally around this space. But I staw- off with. Can you share with us with myself? Whatever a little bit of background is the to how you saw at out in Western influences I'm wet weather. The idea came from just a is the genesis of that was the funds the network? Yes so. I'm. Twenty years old colleagues on the. I've been working with influences for. Seven years now. and. It started when I was. Using my. Sheet Autism who approached me and said you know what we don't want to us. Seem that used to be a journalist and use? Oh, Amid if we have some insights into what we're trying to do. So I, said you know what I don't know anything about influence. A management I didn't know what to do. I didn't know what to advise you, but you know what s give it a shot. Silently? We started with them some. In music, the sheet industry. Led to another working with a comedian photographer. You and then someone in school it's. And the previous manage people like cottage city can. Become Allah talked about. cross poss with managing advisers are not. The. Is and what? What specifically is your role? I guess in order the because I can imagine what it is now would be very different when it's not is How how did that come to beats it to be in the place that you guys aren't now because I think. We'll get onto about some of the some of the campaigns, and whatever else now you guys. What would some sizable? Brands and I think on the Rubicon mangoes took my head I. Believe Prime off I could be wrong. Yeah like huge huge names, and and you guys full front of kind of working with them and influences in doing campaigns. How did it will stop? What trump to even want WANNA. Get involved in this space. Yes, I was working with influences story people when I was working at a charity. I'm my business on a safe and we actually worked to name. She wants a campaign together and off to the campaign will be realizes up is actually no one to represent. These guys know into the the cough to them. That will being. No one to think about the future and it's kind of like wild wild west. It's no one nobody really knows what they're doing. Just kind of screwing industry that nobody knows what's what's going on,

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Irrfan Khan Dies; Indian Actor Appeared In Crossover Hit 'Slumdog Millionaire'

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Irrfan Khan Dies; Indian Actor Appeared In Crossover Hit 'Slumdog Millionaire'

"Award winning actor Irrfan Khan known for roles in blockbuster movies such as Slumdog millionaire has died not believed to be related to covert nineteen Khan was fifty four years old and peers Lauren Frayer has more on Khan's contributions to the film industry both Bollywood and Hollywood your phone conclave the police inspector in Slumdog millionaire at two thousand eight film about a teenager from Mumbai's slums who appears on the Indian version of who wants to be a millionaire Khan also starred in life of pi Jurassic world and the amazing spider man he's long been a star of Hindi language cinema in India he made his film debut in the nineteen eighty eight drama Salaam Bombay a that Mumbai's street children Khan died in a Mumbai hospital where he had been admitted for a colon infection he also undergone treatment for a rare neuro endocrine cancer a statement from his team says he was a strong soul who fought till the

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Can Bitcoin Hold $7,000?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

Can Bitcoin Hold $7,000?

"Get everybody. Welcome to come cooped podcasts hut. You've had I Smashing US far and oversee. Which took a Monday? Which is tonight in this one part of the world I am going to enjoy. It just wanted to go through a couple of things with you and discuss what's happened over the weekend so far. There's been some nice opportunities as a matter of fact yesterday to everybody who's in the try to cope community on. Who's following through my youtube channel? you would have seen the video on behalf of F C X Talking about The list that I cried creating that list as a matter of fact I ended up with. Bonnets born has against perpetual ended. Got On the day won't percent it's hit one to once skyler out on that position and things are looking quite good day. The whole market is a you know the market as a whole at the moment this morning is really coming through a bit of pullback and should that be something that I'm concerned about well not really on. Its buys at this at all but a couple of things I do need to be aware of do need you to be aware of as well first things first. If all the tell you about the weekly the weeklies back up into the cradle signed the backup into cradles. Now that doesn't mean it's GonNa full from here and look. It's not the most bearish candles but it's also certainly not bullish if anything. It's a little bit undecided to slightly Berry because of the rejection was an did have a high of seven thousand four hundred seventy seven currently which six thousand nine hundred eighty three we seven thousand we have only got ten minutes a mock right now until this candle close. I'd love to sit close above seven thousand because we haven't seen a close above seven thousand on the way clear for a while now. Is it significant? If we don't close about seven thousand Iman opinion I don't see it as being too significant at all. No I don't see it as being. I A major hurdle full bitcoin but in the same respect I am very much Ivan to looking to save. There are any short trades available at the moment. I can't find anything. There is no need for me to find anything just yet but I will be keeping on that advising not advising all the acting accordingly for my portfolio based on what I say the MOM Long Bonnets. The market does still look relatively strong. We go bitcoin at six thousand. Nine hundred seventy one point two percent on the Diet pullback into that cradles I had a little move from the only reason I didn't get lung. Bitcoin is because the two-day candle is not looking as it needs to be in that cradles on and it's not so from bitcoin. At Sixty nine seventy two at one point two percent. We moved to the theory of a theory. I'm also looking at an awesome shots up point nine three percent sitting at one hundred and sixty dollars on the nose right now to be interesting to see how that plays out once again a pretty good looking Talk of really beyond that. On a theory on excel we do have a four L. higher low and high high sign a theory and many of the top ten to be fair. It's up one percent rotten out nineteen cents. Bitcoin cash is up point. Eight percent right now. A guy that bright the high of yes. Today's Daily Candle. And Look it's it's it's one of the few in the top two that doesn't have a four hour. Optronics go to low low in a high and looking a little bit. Unsettled there on Bitcoin. Cash the moment I to go via one of the top performers in the top ten again. We've got one ninety three dollars and thirty cents. Three point five percent right now again. It'll pull Buckingham that cradle side accordance. It'll pop higher over the last twenty four hours. It's just giving a little bit of rain back now. Once again many having had a good push up a lot of that moves coming back in the form of a pullback now this could represent trading opportunities as well so definitely not not jumping on the bearish bandwagon at this stage is keeping an eye on. What's going on? I am long bonds. Do have my prophet locked. It will at least of brave and tried. And it's just a matter of watching how the rest of it evolves over the rest of the coming die on the log on the one on the top ten that is comedy down. It's down half of Senate forty two dollars and thirty seven cents one. That's none of my right off for any trades thus far today it does have a four hour high low and high hostile that could change later on if it does push on higher once again a offsides thing that God is not very much. He's up to two dollars and fifty one cents to the daily does look quite nas a break from yesterday but it's still got some work to do in. That work needs to be done today. Opinion unless we ought to console it if we do see markets. Go into a consolidation. Well it would be. It would be anyone's guess as to what happens Bonnet while I managed to pick the best move out of the top ten On that try day. It's actually three point. Seven four percents of quantum above everything else other than bs. Vade four dollars and thirty five cents. Daily looks very strong. This as a cradle tried on the sixteen hour. Am I got my one to one once again? Very happy with that. No risk on that trade now. Salaam sitting court pretty to the long side. No shorts on Marcus Look Long. Molin look short for the time. Being on the Donna. Its up point. Eight of a percent. A three point three cents. It's not representing too much of the story fully. We back into an old level of Brazil. She's GonNa get rid of that. Level is nothing really there anymore. It's it's so old that mothballed it did break out throw high of a candle and once again what point four percent rotten and nothing really work with their theory of classic another one. That doesn't look all that great. Four hours in an uptrend but August brought high and it doesn't look all that strong of the moment. It's not one percent at five dollars and thirty four instagram out. The top ten. We're GONNA try at one point two cents. It's up to four percent and it has pulled back and let me just check that level. There is a level that level is sitting bang on the noise of one point two. I sense four hours trend looking really really nice there and look at the level that has held for a little while. I will be watching Point and saying if I can't say oh sorry can't

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"salaam" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"salaam" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Love blameless Salaam Michelle Twenty minutes past eleven on Monday evening <music> traveling rambling <music> <music> yeah Billie Claire uh-huh <music> <music> don't dream it's over crowded house..

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