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University of Houston offering free 'disease detective' course

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

University of Houston offering free 'disease detective' course

"Harris County is deploying contact tracers to follow up on people who have tested positive for covert nineteen with another eighty eight cases reported just yesterday and two more deaths county health director Dr Kumar Shah Shah says says contact contact tracers tracers will will want want to to know know who who those those people people have have been been in in contact contact with with we we are are going going to to ask ask for for information information about about work work do do you you work work are are there there other other places places you've you've been are their co workers that you've been around how about your boss your supervisor how many people do you work with what about your office setting where else have you been have you been to a church or another faith gathering have you been somewhere else in a large group here's county judge Lena Dogo says they're still hiring students and staff members at the university of Houston and now signed up for a free course and how to be a contact tracer

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"shah shah" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

13:07 min | 6 months ago

"shah shah" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"It seems like it's happening more this year but it happens a lot every year. I mean it really is truly one of the best times to beat favorites. Are these two year old. Who were very good at to making their comeback starts at three and you know. I don't WanNA use that. Baseball jet now have used it one hundred times and I'm sure the regular listeners are sick of it but it really just is the case. I mean these other horses mature and catch up to these ones that maybe were a little bit more precocious and I mean the price is that you get on good well-intended horses because of all that money going on an od order and then when Liam's lucky charm breaks if you're if you're against those two I mean how good or you feel it at the top of the stretch and modernists dug in able to get the win for junior Alvarado into trader. Bill gratefully with Major. I thought ran a pretty good one. The the second of the two risen stars I think universally were was pan is not being as good they were about four fifths of a second slower With you know pretty comparable pace times. They literally just finished slower. And so You know make that you will but I thought I thought major fed kind of moved up but really I mean. Modernist was sneaking away their looked like at the end so New York Traffic. Just kind of on battle and but really. Nobody ran on for the back mailman. Money made a move on the far turn like he was going to really mean business and thought he was. I thought he might actually. Kinda pull away with this one at the top of the stretch and just did do it the fierce as I as I mentioned going to be one of those horses. Who when he gets a fast setup might be able to close in but today was not the daily. Lucky charm. I think you do have to toss us a little bit and You know if he's able to secure a little bit better of a Before race pre-race deal with no gate breaks. I mean maybe he comes back and maybe it comes back at a better price because people still going to see that tenth place finish. It's not like that. Goes away even though they might not remember the gate thing but it is obviously in the comments so Certainly I think everybody. Correct the weaker of the two divisions. I mean. Ano- Dior was. I don't think entity or is this even favourite if he's in that I lay probably is favored but not by very much. It was it was certainly more of a three way odds battle in the first edition of the risen star at forcible end up going off your second choice silver state those two of course one two in the LACOB steaks last time out boat. Mr Motorway was third in that race last time out floated up to seven to one. You also got seven to one scabbard. Who in a lot of folks were still flashed a little brilliant early on in his two year old campaign and people still get on that? That bus blackberry windup it down a little bit down to four to one ended up being your Your third choice of this race. Let's take a listen back to the first division of the risen star from Saturday at fairgrounds and they're off in the first division of the risen star stakes perfect revenge stumbled at the start amount of. Moy broke sharp along with blackberry wine and ready to roll his right there front bank as Mr monoploy takes the top portfolio through the inside of long odds. Ready to roll and Bucknell rewind near the speed Shasha. Shake me up running in fourth digital fifth toward the rental as Mr monoploy them to the back of the track. Silver State does next behind horses for Ricardo Santana. Junior scabbard is posted widened before path. But just over six furlongs to go perfect revenge. The blinkers around outside out. Moon over. Miami COMES FARMINGTON ROAD. And we're Julian Perusal. The winter enforceable racing joint last after the nine. Furlong start to twenty four point. Twenty two seconds vistor monoploy. The paint says his vistor leads three quarters. Length of blackberry wine digital biding his time in third three quarters length. Ready to roll in fourth silver state that seven from the leaders joined out my by Shah Shah shake me up within a half mile to go. Enforceable is nine from the front and behind horses Stafford as wide perfect revenge. Farmington road moon over. Miami is being driven to gain after a half mile and forty eight point fifty seven seconds. They turned against three longs to go and blackberry wind. Makes a move on Mr monoploy and these two together coming to the quarter pole? Digital's white their digital is gaining ground. Ready to roll and silver state springs into action on the outside and enforceable follows silver state dance with a stretch. Three quarters of twelve point. Eighty five seconds. It's Mr Driven by flu wrong through. Turn back blackberry wine. Here's digital. Who's charging now silver state than on the outside enforceable means to lift they come down to the final sixteenth where drew vistor modify Mr Montemar weights them home? And the first division other risen star stakes won by three. Mr Munoz basically all the way right. We're calling that a wire-to-wire even though we kinda got headed for just a smidge on the Turin thereby by blackberry wind took that I run at it but I mean to me the bed of the race. It may be of the day in terms of you know he. He had. He was kind of a little bit against the flow. Last time the COP. Everybody was sweeping up from the outside making that move and he kinda got bottled up a little bit of top of the stretch. Just not didn't have the free runs and able to just coast lead through twenty four and one forty four forty eight and two and obviously bred to be talented. You know getting seven to one of the source was was honestly shocking that he floated up that high but Floral Giroux able to ration out the speed and he was gone midstretch. I mean they were enforceable to his credit enforceable put in his run silver state got the jump on enforceable and still got out ran by way of thinking forcible certainly showed a little more metal down the lane than than silver state particularly with not much to run into and to me enforceable is. I don't think this demand I mean he's going to need. He's GonNa need the setup right and I don't know that he's you know it's so cliche everybody is well. We didn't sue Derby winner. Larry's we'll consider Derby horse narrow and maybe you know. Maybe this group is not that. But I don't think they're that far off some of the top ones right now and so Certainly will gauge their speed figures in and all that kind of stuff but To me this these top three are. They're all pretty decent and they certainly were the top three in this group. I think for both Both instances and and I think they'll be three of the favorites in Louisiana Derby. If that's where they they elect to go so Yeah the the double risen star. I think interesting. It'll be interesting. I mean I feel like everybody is on the same page that the first one was the stronger of the two. And maybe we'll see that the odds play out that way when it comes down to Louisiana Derby time and modernised and and some of the ones from lake to Aren't going to get the support that enforceable and Mr Motorway and others Silver state I in that group are going to get and so You know from a wagering perspective. How you approach. That is obviously a little different than me. How you are with your Derby top ten if that's something you're you're into shout at D. But speaking of Eddie we should give any D A proper shout out. The fairgrounds stakes are no. I'm sorry I skipped one. What am I doing here? Where's my charts? Where's my charts? They are we okay. There we go the Rachel Alexandra stakes three year old fillies event and of course the return of British idiom. Who went off your four to five favorite five two on finite coming off that Nice win last time out of the silver bullet day and good support for Swiss skydiver coming over from Tampa and tempers rising. Who IS Late closing runner in that silver bullet day stakes. Those ones at six to one. Let's take a listen back to the John. Call of the Rachel. Alexandra they're off. And the Rachel. Alexandra stakes finite broke sharp. His glory or slow the Graham spite their style in fourth position as they head toward the I turned a leader his glory the inside for James Ram as they enter the first turn. It's his glory. Who takes the shortest way around there? From Ursula Swiss skydiver and finite is running the three path as the go to the back of the track with his glory the overall leader impeccable style drafting and behind phillies the champion idiom as racing three deep as they go to six from home at a break go four more to temporizing who travels the three year old fillies. Septet the quarter for his glory. Twenty seven to one leader. Twenty four point twenty seconds. They have five longs to go. His glory generates the pace fact by Ursula finite is three white uncovered for Ricardo Santana. Junior looking to draw in with skydiver whose saving Brown heading test the half-mile pole on the outside now gaining British idiom who's picking up for Harvey or Castellano as they turn again the trailers impeccable. Style temperature's rising half mile for his glory in forty seven point nine hundred to three furlongs from home. His glory continues to Lita Russillo finite now gearing up for Iran and. Here's finite WHO's coming to take on his Glory Ursula British idiom coming under pressure and sweeps on the four path the street and pass the quarter pole three quarters at one point sixty four. It's finite finite in a fight with his glory. British idiom still has three legs to raise and Swiss. Skydiver is charging hard now as they come down to the final sixteenth. It's finite find out by four British idiom Swiss skydiver his glory and temperatures rising with Ricardo Santana. Junior it's finite and finite brains the Rachel Alexandra stakes and finite with really a an awesome score sat the trip got the jump on British. Just all things went better for finite than it did for British idiom finite was out three path British idiom out. The four of the five path to everything went the way of finite and certainly probably a fitness advantage with that last race under her belt. And you know just the now horse and and really stuck at two British ship. Does that mean British? Idiom won't move forward off this race not at all but again just another glaring example of these really short priced horses. I mean if you're betting these these two year olds the coming back. I mean the. Roi Is got to just be such a pittance. And I know you know we're not we're not crowing about a five to mentioned they're going to give Eddie shadow because he was a big finite fan and it was town the horse all weekend but it was certainly the most logical option. But you know looking at the two in the form getting exactly triple the price on finite. I mean it's you know. Hindsight certainly a bit seems ridiculous but I mean you know like I said you only have to be right a lot less with finite than you do with British and the situation and I think British idiom we'll move forward. It wasn't the certainly contribution came away a little sluggish and because of being heels had to kind of kick out to the to the fire outside but again when you're on a four to five shot that's champion. You're probably you know you're probably supposed to just. Hey don't get or block. Don't don't do anything stupid. And and you can judge whether going wide I mean they were. There was a little bit of pace. They went a little bit faster than the boys did. But of course those racism island in eighth versus a Mile Sixteenth. So all things considered the pacers. I thought evened out a little bit. And they weren't all that contested. His glory with a little mile pressure from Ursula but they were pretty compact group throughout this I think only about six seven lakes front to back and a half mile call only four lakes toback so I think I didn't think there was a lot of excuses. I think the better horse one. I think the more fit horse. One and We'll see what happens moving. Four British idiom. We'll still get bet next time out off dame recognition path achievements off of a decent second place. Finish but you know. She's just not far ahead of everybody else if at all so Yeah I I don't think a ton of gleaned from that other than she kinda ran a race it's just. I mean even on paper. It wasn't that much faster than everybody. Toward a four to five price you know playoff and new track and all that other kind of stuff factor in as well speaking a factor segue Jas the fairground stakes factor. This who went gay to wired. I saw a few people commenting about the inside pass on the grass at fairgrounds looked pretty woman. Of course they've been off the grass roots of the grass. Hasn't been beat up down there in fact this and a number of horses on the card just kind of stayed glue that fence secretly. Kinda had a little bit inside trip before swinging out for the top of the stretch and made a run at actually was goblet. Pretty good grout at the end there. I've said many times I really think synchrony likes fairgrounds because of that long stretch just seems to get going when he has enough time to motor but I thought midnight time if you others might.

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"shah shah" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

02:36 min | 6 months ago

"shah shah" Discussed on The Editors

"Where your your whole world just goes John McCormack was there and he spoke to the young woman who had helped organize all the people who had not met that fifteen percent threshold and ended up hitting the that Cory Booker having the best night of his campaign. Several weeks see left. I left the surge. I predicted all of us here. We are Andy. What's your pick Danielson Romero if you could correct me on the Pronunciation Hilton Neuro- wrote a really insightful. Piece about the scandal of Chinese funding of American Science and scientists and the huge hurdles and obstacles and mountains of paperwork that American scientists have to do in grant writing when working in America and why returnees funding has become so attractive to them so really shrewd piece. So Charlie. What's your pick? My pick is by John. Her Shah Shah was written before the Super Bowl obviously is called Kyle Shanahan revolution and it's not about the forty niners winning the super bowl. It's more about the way in which the forty niners play. In relation to the Revolution in the game that led to it being drunk. Passing League is a really fascinating I think he may have missed a cooling sports writer so my pick is an excoriating cover piece by. Ah Daniel Mahoney on Pope Francis. I'm not a Catholic. I'm not into Any pope although it admire some more than others and and Dan makes a a very good case that Pope Francis is very much off on the wrong tracks. I recommend that you pick it up. Well that's it for us. You've been listening to a national review. podcast rebroadcast re transmission or account of this game without the express written permission of national. You magazine is strictly prohibited. This podcast has been produced by the incomparable Sarah Shitty. Who makes us sound better than we deserve? Thank Charlie thank you thank you Jim. Thank you Michael. Thank you luke. Thanks to nets sweet and thanks to you've all Lynn's new book a time to build. Please please check it out and thanks especially to all of you for listening. We are the editors. We'll see you next time God.

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"shah shah" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

11:48 min | 7 months ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"I believe you I know. One Lady in Women Who Ride Mechanical Bulls get a lot of Chubby chaser. Guys One lady said she went through the phase of dark broody guy liner but mainly the swoosh haircut was the defining the swoosh haircut could where they'd have to jerk their head to keep the bangs out of there is all man. Those were the days. I'm amazed those guys I dated didn't grow up to have neck. Problems jerking they're Hetero on on my chemical romance. Kinda yeah hot topic. JB's guys who played in a band have come up several times when it went through a dating the band. Guy I phase you mean Mean like a Tuba player right just like that more of the troubled musician type one. Ninety T- Texas and said Very Christian guys. I thought they would be nicer. Oh another lady went through a guy with a boyfriend. In fact of guys with Timbaland only date men who wore Timbaland We've gotten a couple of ladies ladies respond immediately to the bull riding conversation yes bull. Riders is with this lady said in another one said that the the ladies who are into the bull riders and Rodeo Gaza called Buckle bunnies. That's funny like Like a lot lizard deserve is our hit list lot lizard. Is it at a truck. Stop this lady in high school only athletes with Letterman. Jackets would get my attention. But I'm currently a preppy white man phase. Another lady said my boyfriend fad was under twenty five year. Old Meat heads. I was thirty two at the time. You let's go pound these nerds it's a vascular. Okay if you flip it. Did you ever have a particular girlfriend fad. Yeah girls who were out of my league girls that liked me that were on the same level. I was like you're disgusting custom. Like why would I date. Women reality like that was who I should be dating. I've always been like that though. We're out of your league trying to were you successful successful sometimes. Okay Yeah sometimes okay. That's the difference in me and you. What well until now never successful dating somebody out of me I I? Yeah you're not you're you're win. Percentage is very low. But you can't win absolutely not a regular season game. It was like winning a playoff game. Exactly yeah without play the season right and I've never met him a woman that I thought was out of my league. Really they could have been. I could've been the only one dumb to that situation but I never like. Oh She's Outta my league and never did that because I mean it's like I got just as much to offer a she. Does this without the BOOBS. Well delusion this the sambo the my delusion is the same as your delusion what that you shouldn't be 'cause we're you successful in every conquest that you were looking to make. Yeah okay well see. And there's the difference in the three three of us. TJ never had the delusion and was successful riggins you had the same delusion Tj head but rarely were you success but sometimes you were sometimes. Yeah I didn't have the delusion I'm self aware enough to looking for something I don't have. Yeah this is not a good package here soon. You know. See what happens when you walk into the bar. One link with the hottest girl in the place. I was looking for the hottest girl in the place that might right like me and that friends is different in this. This is where I dated only girls who wore glasses so I can take the glasses off and they they will be able to see me. I flew in from Scooby. Doo Belmar Elmar. Teaching their riggins Gins in two separate incidents in the past twenty four hours of him hanging with the Hobos riggins. It is Hobo encounters coming up next Alexa Siri. Hey Google voice ready on all devices. Just say play. TJ In here our show live or on demand stay connected funny on the Act TJ APP available on I tunes into Google Play War Ace and TJ coming enter to win with the new AC TJ radio. Family Mondays download our APP to enter and each week will pick one random name and read it on the air sometime after seven forty five. Am Eastern if you hear your name. You'll have fifteen minutes to call in to eight eight eight four one. TJ The new extra cheesy Alfresco Radel pizza from Papa. John's has extra cheese on another three cheese. Bland on Alfredo Sauce on garlic Parmesan crust which is now on your mind and on its way to being your a new favorite thing on account of all that. She's ALFRESCO bet you heard about on the radio get a new extra cheesy. Alfredo Pizza with garlic Parmesan trust for just ten bucks. Better Ingredients Better Pizza Papa. John Not valid with discounts fees and taxes coming up on the act. J. Sho- rundown in about thirty minutes on the TJ. Show some of the stories. We didn't have time for it wrapping this whole thing again. It's kind of weird. Though when you say when we we have a a significant amount of time left in the show that we already don't have time for stories people will probably be saying you got you got time if there's an important put them in there well we're doing it in a half hour. I know but I'm Zane. So how do you know you're going to have time for them. That's the spur of the moment. We didn't have time for this. I see now. So let's do it right now Verbiage whatever you just say changed that tagline. It would be better if we do this. On the Kay Regan's lives in the big city and he has to He has to be outside with his dog a lot and he encounters The homeless people in in his area and I was with him one night walking his dog and encountered honored a homeless person walking down the sidewalk with his pants all the way down his ankles because they just fell off in front of us and look like we were walking behind. Signed a bull. You know what I'm saying. Oh my gosh yeah. Yeah that's true. So you had two instances yesterday this morning both this. Yeah Yeah One guy came up. Well I there was a guy on a bicycle who I thought was trying to ask me a question. Because he was. It was three thirty in the morning. He's riding on a bicycle. He's about twelve twelve feet away from me and the Shah Shah and I keep walking. The dog is like clearly on full high alert. And he's growl and I can hear him under her. He's not happy and so we just keep walking trying to avoid the guy and sure enough he rolls kind of back around show show. Oh here we go. Something's GonNa so we keep walking and then he crosses me again. I go without man. Hey Hey you seen a white woman running around here house now. No but even if I did I wouldn't be given up her location. Probably hiding sure shot now and they may be a a homeless couple. I figured it was probably a homeless couple but I mean how does she get away at three thirty in the morning. Where did he leave her and what he doesn't know he has no way of knowing because he doesn't know you? Is that even. If you knew all the information you are going to get involved in no way shape or form been involved in whatever was going down between him and you now and it would have been that way whether the guy were homeless or the richest man in town as a matter of discriminate. I'm not getting involved. No way shape or form rings have been involved in anything nope so antibody avoid that becomes even clearer when I make it back to my building. And there's a guy kind of walking perpendicular to where I'm going and I see him he's approaching quickly and he goes. Hey Man I was like oh good morning owning and I just keep walking and he goes. Hey man you got a phone like I did have a phone. Sure Buddy here you go to make the call now now man no and he. Is You call nine one one because I just got jumped by seven crackheads under the overpass over there okay. Okay I'll let them know inside. I'll tell the concierge or whatever idea I was like hey just a heads up. There's a guy who said he got jumped by seven crackheads. The kids under the overpass over there and she was like okay. I don't care more than I expected you to sleep. But he was unscathed looking looking. It appeared that way and it looked like he was. It was probably eight crackheads under the overpass coming up on now. All trading with Regan's Demi Levato got some big news about her a lot of new releases this morning. We'll get to all the things in now trending in less than ten minutes. Download the Papa. John's ACE TJ APP. Today here. The show twenty four seven can instant access the TJ on demand and all our PODCAST and enter to win cash from the T to stay connected funny on the act G APP available at I tunes and Google play more as TJ coming. Hi I'm bobby. Barbara Independent since director. 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"shah shah" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

06:30 min | 7 months ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Serial Killers

"By nineteen twenty. One twenty four year-old Earl Leonard Nelson had lived a short but troubled life. He'd been orphaned orphaned. He'd suffered too traumatic brain injuries and he had spent multiple years behind bars. He had committed many petty crimes but in May of nineteen eighteen twenty one. His behavior escalated from minor theft. Two major violence After walking past a home in peering into its basement windows earl spotted a twelve year old girl named Mary. Summers Earl entered the house and attempted to strangle Mary but he was chased off by her older brother. Charles Junior two hours later earl was captured by the police and taken to jail some sources. This is claimed that url spent his first night in jail plucking out his eyebrow hairs and screaming about faces in the walls. The judicial system soon soon realized that URL was an escaped inmate of Napa State Psychiatric Hospital given his clearly impaired mental state. Court psychiatrists evaluated him. A second can time declaring him restless violent dangerous excited and depressed. The courts deemed him a danger to the public and re he committed him to Napa State Hospital even though he had escaped that same hospital. Three times. Before upon readmission the hospital psychiatrists declared Urwah Constitutional Psychopath with outbreaks of psychosis his visions and delusions had greatly Lee worsened since his last hospital. Stay he also presented a clear. Wanderlust that the hospital's psychiatrists called nomadic dementia. Vanessa's Ns is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this. This show thanks Greg. While the term nomadic dementia is not commonly used today in one thousand nine hundred twenty one it referred to a lack of inhibition in the pneumatic instinct that was believed to be common. In mankind and Nineteen fifteen paper titled The feebly inhibited nomadism or the wandering laundering impulse with special reference to heredity declared that the wandering instinct is in man fundamental and basic within the average bridge person. This instinct is repressed where there is good reason why it should be among constitutional mental inferiors on the other hand the inhibitions may be underdeveloped and such persons show a constant roving tendency in other words doctors at the time believed that URL tendency to wander was impulsive and uncontrolled. Much like every other pattern of behavior earl had exhibited. He seemed completely unable to resist the urges of his subconscious hence his perpetual wanderlust was likened to a form of dementia earls nomadic tendencies. Were on display play early in his return to Napa Hospital as some sources report that he tried to escape from the mental hospital twice within his first two weeks however he was prevented from leaving the building on both occasions after his initial failed. Attempts Earl decided that escape was now impossible instead. He cooperated with the hospital. Staff and much of his tape passed uneventfully but as the months went by the hospital staff loosened their restrictions on her all eventually really. They became as lax with earl as they had been. During his first commitment he was quick to take advantage on November second nineteen twenty-three earl broke out of the hospital fleeing to freedom once more with nowhere to go earl return to his aunt Lillian home. His mental state had clearly deteriorated since she had last seen him and when he appeared at her home the look in his eyes scared his aunt taff to death. Lillian Open the door and welcomed him in but to protect your children. She told Earl he couldn't stay the night. She insisted that the police police would assume he had fled to her home and if he wanted to remain free he needed to find another less obvious place to stay. Surprisingly Earl listened listened to his aunt. She gave him some of her husband's clothes then sent him back out to wander once more as soon as he left. Lillian called the police and reported earls escape. She knew he was too dangerous to be left out of the streets after a two day. Manhunt Earl was captured again. The guards at APPA hospital made sure to keep a closer eye on him. But they're reinspired vigilance didn't didn't have to last long even after earls escape no extra time was added to his sentence. Earl was officially released from the hospital. Sometime in the spring of nineteen twenty five his record merely stating that he had been discharged as improved altogether he had been imprisoned for nearly four years. It seems hard to believe that Url Nelson's mental health had actually improved in that time with this in mind it's entirely possible that earls release was handled handled similarly to his previous term Napa hospital that we covered last week. They'd simply gotten so tired of dealing with earl. They discharged him an absent Shah Shah. They had even purposefully listed him as non-dangerous even though they knew he was unstable and unpredictable. It is entirely possible muscle that the doctors merely repeated history by releasing earl when they did however no evidence has been found to prove that this is what occurred. Whatever the case may you been earl was released and free to wander the streets once more unfortunately earls blood loss? Ted only only grown. During his time in Napa State Hospital his release would be the death of women all across the country. When we return? We'll learn about the dark reality of Nelson's twisted fantasies..

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"shah shah" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

06:30 min | 7 months ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Serial Killers

"By nineteen twenty. One twenty four year-old Earl Leonard Nelson had lived a short but troubled life. He'd been orphaned orphaned. He'd suffered too traumatic brain injuries and he had spent multiple years behind bars. He had committed many petty crimes but in May of nineteen eighteen twenty one. His behavior escalated from minor theft. Two major violence After walking past a home in peering into its basement windows earl spotted a twelve year old girl named Mary. Summers Earl entered the house and attempted to strangle Mary but he was chased off by her older brother. Charles Junior two hours later earl was captured by the police and taken to jail some sources. This is claimed that url spent his first night in jail plucking out his eyebrow hairs and screaming about faces in the walls. The judicial system soon soon realized that URL was an escaped inmate of Napa State Psychiatric Hospital given his clearly impaired mental state. Court psychiatrists evaluated him. A second can time declaring him restless violent dangerous excited and depressed. The courts deemed him a danger to the public and re he committed him to Napa State Hospital even though he had escaped that same hospital. Three times. Before upon readmission the hospital psychiatrists declared Urwah Constitutional Psychopath with outbreaks of psychosis his visions and delusions had greatly Lee worsened since his last hospital. Stay he also presented a clear. Wanderlust that the hospital's psychiatrists called nomadic dementia. Vanessa's Ns is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this. This show thanks Greg. While the term nomadic dementia is not commonly used today in one thousand nine hundred twenty one it referred to a lack of inhibition in the pneumatic instinct that was believed to be common. In mankind and Nineteen fifteen paper titled The feebly inhibited nomadism or the wandering laundering impulse with special reference to heredity declared that the wandering instinct is in man fundamental and basic within the average bridge person. This instinct is repressed where there is good reason why it should be among constitutional mental inferiors on the other hand the inhibitions may be underdeveloped and such persons show a constant roving tendency in other words doctors at the time believed that URL tendency to wander was impulsive and uncontrolled. Much like every other pattern of behavior earl had exhibited. He seemed completely unable to resist the urges of his subconscious hence his perpetual wanderlust was likened to a form of dementia earls nomadic tendencies. Were on display play early in his return to Napa Hospital as some sources report that he tried to escape from the mental hospital twice within his first two weeks however he was prevented from leaving the building on both occasions after his initial failed. Attempts Earl decided that escape was now impossible instead. He cooperated with the hospital. Staff and much of his tape passed uneventfully but as the months went by the hospital staff loosened their restrictions on her all eventually really. They became as lax with earl as they had been. During his first commitment he was quick to take advantage on November second nineteen twenty-three earl broke out of the hospital fleeing to freedom once more with nowhere to go earl return to his aunt Lillian home. His mental state had clearly deteriorated since she had last seen him and when he appeared at her home the look in his eyes scared his aunt taff to death. Lillian Open the door and welcomed him in but to protect your children. She told Earl he couldn't stay the night. She insisted that the police police would assume he had fled to her home and if he wanted to remain free he needed to find another less obvious place to stay. Surprisingly Earl listened listened to his aunt. She gave him some of her husband's clothes then sent him back out to wander once more as soon as he left. Lillian called the police and reported earls escape. She knew he was too dangerous to be left out of the streets after a two day. Manhunt Earl was captured again. The guards at APPA hospital made sure to keep a closer eye on him. But they're reinspired vigilance didn't didn't have to last long even after earls escape no extra time was added to his sentence. Earl was officially released from the hospital. Sometime in the spring of nineteen twenty five his record merely stating that he had been discharged as improved altogether he had been imprisoned for nearly four years. It seems hard to believe that Url Nelson's mental health had actually improved in that time with this in mind it's entirely possible that earls release was handled handled similarly to his previous term Napa hospital that we covered last week. They'd simply gotten so tired of dealing with earl. They discharged him an absent Shah Shah. They had even purposefully listed him as non-dangerous even though they knew he was unstable and unpredictable. It is entirely possible muscle that the doctors merely repeated history by releasing earl when they did however no evidence has been found to prove that this is what occurred. Whatever the case may you been earl was released and free to wander the streets once more unfortunately earls blood loss? Ted only only grown. During his time in Napa State Hospital his release would be the death of women all across the country. When we return? We'll learn about the dark reality of Nelson's twisted fantasies..

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"shah shah" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

06:30 min | 7 months ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Serial Killers

"By nineteen twenty. One twenty four year-old Earl Leonard Nelson had lived a short but troubled life. He'd been orphaned orphaned. He'd suffered too traumatic brain injuries and he had spent multiple years behind bars. He had committed many petty crimes but in May of nineteen eighteen twenty one. His behavior escalated from minor theft. Two major violence After walking past a home in peering into its basement windows earl spotted a twelve year old girl named Mary. Summers Earl entered the house and attempted to strangle Mary but he was chased off by her older brother. Charles Junior two hours later earl was captured by the police and taken to jail some sources. This is claimed that url spent his first night in jail plucking out his eyebrow hairs and screaming about faces in the walls. The judicial system soon soon realized that URL was an escaped inmate of Napa State Psychiatric Hospital given his clearly impaired mental state. Court psychiatrists evaluated him. A second can time declaring him restless violent dangerous excited and depressed. The courts deemed him a danger to the public and re he committed him to Napa State Hospital even though he had escaped that same hospital. Three times. Before upon readmission the hospital psychiatrists declared Urwah Constitutional Psychopath with outbreaks of psychosis his visions and delusions had greatly Lee worsened since his last hospital. Stay he also presented a clear. Wanderlust that the hospital's psychiatrists called nomadic dementia. Vanessa's Ns is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this. This show thanks Greg. While the term nomadic dementia is not commonly used today in one thousand nine hundred twenty one it referred to a lack of inhibition in the pneumatic instinct that was believed to be common. In mankind and Nineteen fifteen paper titled The feebly inhibited nomadism or the wandering laundering impulse with special reference to heredity declared that the wandering instinct is in man fundamental and basic within the average bridge person. This instinct is repressed where there is good reason why it should be among constitutional mental inferiors on the other hand the inhibitions may be underdeveloped and such persons show a constant roving tendency in other words doctors at the time believed that URL tendency to wander was impulsive and uncontrolled. Much like every other pattern of behavior earl had exhibited. He seemed completely unable to resist the urges of his subconscious hence his perpetual wanderlust was likened to a form of dementia earls nomadic tendencies. Were on display play early in his return to Napa Hospital as some sources report that he tried to escape from the mental hospital twice within his first two weeks however he was prevented from leaving the building on both occasions after his initial failed. Attempts Earl decided that escape was now impossible instead. He cooperated with the hospital. Staff and much of his tape passed uneventfully but as the months went by the hospital staff loosened their restrictions on her all eventually really. They became as lax with earl as they had been. During his first commitment he was quick to take advantage on November second nineteen twenty-three earl broke out of the hospital fleeing to freedom once more with nowhere to go earl return to his aunt Lillian home. His mental state had clearly deteriorated since she had last seen him and when he appeared at her home the look in his eyes scared his aunt taff to death. Lillian Open the door and welcomed him in but to protect your children. She told Earl he couldn't stay the night. She insisted that the police police would assume he had fled to her home and if he wanted to remain free he needed to find another less obvious place to stay. Surprisingly Earl listened listened to his aunt. She gave him some of her husband's clothes then sent him back out to wander once more as soon as he left. Lillian called the police and reported earls escape. She knew he was too dangerous to be left out of the streets after a two day. Manhunt Earl was captured again. The guards at APPA hospital made sure to keep a closer eye on him. But they're reinspired vigilance didn't didn't have to last long even after earls escape no extra time was added to his sentence. Earl was officially released from the hospital. Sometime in the spring of nineteen twenty five his record merely stating that he had been discharged as improved altogether he had been imprisoned for nearly four years. It seems hard to believe that Url Nelson's mental health had actually improved in that time with this in mind it's entirely possible that earls release was handled handled similarly to his previous term Napa hospital that we covered last week. They'd simply gotten so tired of dealing with earl. They discharged him an absent Shah Shah. They had even purposefully listed him as non-dangerous even though they knew he was unstable and unpredictable. It is entirely possible muscle that the doctors merely repeated history by releasing earl when they did however no evidence has been found to prove that this is what occurred. Whatever the case may you been earl was released and free to wander the streets once more unfortunately earls blood loss? Ted only only grown. During his time in Napa State Hospital his release would be the death of women all across the country. When we return? We'll learn about the dark reality of Nelson's twisted fantasies..

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"shah shah" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

16:17 min | 9 months ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"This week in Robin Akiva meet podcast. They rank the world's thirsty and corneas animals. Come Kawser so thirsty. Come cable seem to be always so quick. Look at those Cocom. Rhinos have such Dang huge. WHO The trudy? Oh yeah find out and Robin Akiva in he the hold on I just see the FBI. Yeah so from what I understand that this person is one idea. That's that were ranking being animals. That are thirsty and have horns this is definitely at least jerked off animal right. Wow Wow what is happening. Okay hope your mom does listening to this podcast Hopefully she tell her to tell her this this she's she's going to have I seven procreate. No yeah well have them call her and give her the the bad news first before she turns it on. Have I been saying until right now. I've never heard awesome awesome animal. I'm not saying that clear not never need to clarify to know. Maybe for the best. We can just have a clip of thing. I've never we will. Okay Oh all right Akiva yes I have a couple of ideas ideas. Oh please please hit us with the guy. All Right Robin Akiva talk to a psychic okay. There was bitter times article this week about that famous psychic with wine for her and she posts all her her ads like on every single. Subway are uh-huh get her name. Okay and don't look at talk. They don't know they they're going to ask for money. I will not psychic money. Okay all right all right for that. Says there's just throwing that out there. What one of the update an idea of the cameo cast? Did you know that there was you know people constantly constantly our work shopping or ideas had. Are you familiar with CAMEO DOT COM book cameo. I've done that idea but for free. Okay so I feel like a real trump whenever I think family out by people with I don't have the time and money to be like emailing out autographs photos which I've been asked or ideal when people have asked me for like a video for their class or their wedding or whatever. I've always done that. And then this APP came out and people started making the money off of it and I was like I've just been doing that. You know. Get a little upset. When I hear about him? Jointed Hannah I you really want a soccer. I think that's the right move. So AKIVA and I have no idea for a podcast called Cameo cast where then it was going to be where we were going going to buy. A bunch of Cameos for each other and the listeners can buy cameos for us and then we're going to play them on the podcast but it is going to to be a kind of expensive. These cameos are not always cheap especially for some of the ones that might be really funny to have on the podcast and so we were like well. We don't want the listeners. To spend a lot of money on this and then I had the suggestion of Akiva. What if I or you wind I joined cameo well I would have to charge zero dollars lose? Nobody would be surprised. I mean you'd be surprised. But what if if you're a you end or just or just myself if you're not into it We were was to join cameo new fundraise for the money for the carry over housed Part of me thinks we should just give us. It's the money would mean I would like give the podcast the money. I don't know we've got something else to do with it but No I think it is a good idea. You definitely could raise enough if if you're on the first few weeks What do you? What do you think you're going to charge that I would say in like what do we need for the cameo casts for four hundred dollars? Five hundred dollars. What can somebody figure out can? Can we get the only thing is like we're surprising each other with our cam. Yeah right yes I would like a listener listener to send me to go through cameo this week and send me a list of just for me. Don't send them all to me. Like semi list of. Here's would be funny and here's like about what it would cost. I think it's reasonable that we could get like a good show because they're spending a lot of money and putting some listeners. To Send me affordable all bras would make a video for an affordable raw. Yeah but now you've had your mom's listen it was. I wear Bra by just send you close. I don't mean that you're listening Jill. I can't afford the new bras and I would really love a couple new bras a couple. Okay Okay and not a ridiculous amount. I don't WANNA have to get engaged to someone. Just have him by me Bras. What works yeah? I'm so sorry I visit. I've lived with a woman for sixteen years and I wouldn't know if women have owned like two bras or fifty this the least surprising in the history also to women wear the same bras like every day or is it like to. I don't answer AETNA okay. This is not a bit that anyone should. I'd be lying on the wheel. Robert AKIVA ause. I yes here's how the podcast the setup you viewers to make women listeners. Submit questions that just basic questions about Ross and we see if you could answer though okay out. We have to buy a new BRA for our wife. Hannah aren't hold on honey. What's the sixty dollar charge AKIVA? There's you know the show survivor familiar with it all right. So here's this. This is something this is to get new bras. I also I liked it. A listener hears me talk about bras early on in the PODCASTS. At this doesn't need to come back with I. I think maybe we're onto something because I think that this is something where that one of one of the things that always works is Robin Kiva are dumb idiots and I wonder either like could we get either like a women. Some submitted like brock questions questions or it could be very specific can expand beyond bras and I always think guys trying to answer. Answer questions about periods are really funny. Robin Akiva attempt to answer basic questions. About yes yes yes yeah every time they get it wrong though. Hannah gets a BRA that I'm making some brown money. I don't know for every question that we're wrong. We have to put five dollars into and then whoever is the woman host and up walking away with the money that for putting up here I picked this amazing idea and then I don't get my Brownie. Find the phone if you want if you want to sit through this. I don't know all right. Tell me your idea. So we have a list listeners. Or submitting their questions. Whether it's whether whether it's a question of that guys are writing in. I legitimately want to know this. More women are are testing us to see what we know we have to answer. We have to answer a question for every wrong. Answer we throw in five dollars okay and then hand takes that money to uh-huh a wish is but he's going to buy is going to I really. I really think this should be on the wheel of thousand thousand times. I understand that looks go. This would go into the one week incubation yary. Definitely go into the one we can. Yeah well we WANNA know you think of this idea specifically how much money I should get for my breath. Okay okay okay. Risk comments or tweet Hashtag by BRAFF. Alright Akiva any thoughts on this. I like it I do. I want to hear the audience feedback. Maybe they can sort of tweak it shall we make it more specific less. Like what are the Qutb. Yes I like the idea of women trying to trick. Maybe they'll be two segments like men asking US legitimate questions and we can do like some sort of relationship advice that sort of thing or or you know. Women just tricking us with like basic questions. We can't answer. I mean I said like I made you know. I don't like when when I started this on fell podcast between like eyebrows. And and what are the other ones Isla eyelashes the as we hold on his. You're a lot of the I four yards eight year. What I'm really upset Seinfeld golden you bring this up like no? It's a gender thing we'll see. I don't know what color is my wife has still I mentioned that has to do not know what color is my wife. It is our. Maybe you shouldn't be buying wrong here. I call her okay. Well he's just losing A game at that point that he's and you're using the money as you see fit. It's not do whatever you want. I think the money should have. Okay what do you think of the name of this game Hannah as a win. Lose or BRA leave us no no. I'm just processing the thing that I've made the discussion. podcast win loser Bra. I think if you get the bras I think better. What would be like? It has to be like sending a winner. I don't know if we could find that up. Do you like men lose your connotation though that like we're quizzing a woman and if she yeah no no no no no. I don't want people get the wrong like loser. I loved author irresponsibly. Yeah we made up to just say. That's what the title is but maybe We'll we'll there's definitely something here but let's see with the listeners. There might be a lot of feedback on this. I think this is great but I specifically want to know out of what do you think this idea. Let us know. Let us know okay. So I'm I'm willing to join Cameo in order to fundraise the money see four the cameos on that and one other idea. Okay Robin Akiva make boomers. Yes and millennials. Okay all right. We mediate between that. We find one of our listeners. A millennial Gen Z.. And one of our listeners. WHO's a boomer and we don't even get into politics but maybe if there's anything else like we'll get them talking at least was like? Is there something in particular. They could argue about. I don't know either. I don't want to like like throw gas on the fire but could we get them. We find some things that maybe they have been caught. I think there's something there I need to a structure. We have to think more of a structure for for the episode to find. Funny Twist Like I think it will get political immediately unless you fine nine maybe maybe maybe the boomer and a millennial they find common ground the the common super fans of this pilot. How they Bo- both boomers Lenny's love Ya rump? Struggling with the Middle Demo wasn't I take it new solved all the generational and I should get to this podcast. Sorry just being of noxious. Now I please. It's so hard when I can't I I I feel like I'm very bad when I I'm already nervous about social. Cues you the person I'm very eight time. Most of my friends instead of just calling them. I have no idea as you guys know we love. You know I've seen it and I see your face so I don't know it could be anything else. Akiva the ninety day fiance podcasting. We really it was year. We ever tell you also said like a weird corner. What's your name? Yeah yeah both have kids that are affected by. He's really lots of skeptical friends. So okay all right Kiva anything else. Any updates Are you may. There's another podcast. I think next week will end sweeps. We've been getting put on the wheel but it's not ready. I think that's enough for this week. Just putting on the the you know greatly anticipated oral history. Sleeper podcast is exciting. It's GONNA be. I want to give a big shout out to our own. Yes and yeah Ye Shah Shah who. She celebrated a birthday earlier this month year in November. But I got a very thoughtful gift. Yes yes we want as well under under from Yes that Butts Person I went to the trouble put together that one of my ideas that did not get on the wheel L. earlier this year was the Redknapp. Twenty twenty calendar of that would feature a bunch of different Rene inspired events on the the calendar and so while it did not go on the wheel I e show went through all the trouble and she made her own original Rene Twenty Twenty calendar and it was one of the most thoughtful Gift Rocket Nita calendar so I tweeted the copper and the first month which is a Me and you as the perfect strangers Larry and Balki our faces superimposed over. That's January. Yes there's a lot of things where it's you Akiva in my head onto things. That Aisha has That she's cropped onto. I have it in front of a few months in on twitter and the facebook group or something but yeah yes great. I thank you so much so thoughtful I just I can't wait now..

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"shah shah" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

13:58 min | 9 months ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Missed you. It's good to hear your voice. Will I missed you. You have quite quite time of it. Yeah while these floods have been absolutely terrible and how people doing well I I think this is going to be slow and painful and the difficult process of recovery and also people have gone through a really traumatic experience. Some of them for the second time universe for the first time the second time is really full of my heart really goes out seventy people in my constituency and you'll the listeners probably know Mike Essentially was affected. I think I love that the now my listeners that you'll is you just said as your listeners will gloves. Sorry it's like you've disowned does. That's a full vice versa. Meiji daily. Pau listen all this the daily podcast. I'm your friend Jones spread. You remember my name. Well it's been lonely headed the night so long doc. Without you didn't take one Tannen Mila. Yeah Yeah so yeah I just needed to find somebody else goes to cling to in these troubled times that that's that's what's been going on air of listened to it yet there is very good. It's very I can't imagine why you wouldn't want to listen to a podcast about the election but it's all eight sleeping breathing every day it's true it's true but letting my now. I'm glad you found a new friend. Thank you another late in life friend. Yeah that's not. So late in his life he's my young friend he probably is aboard ally millennial if not a full-on vallone millennial. I think he might be. What are you talking about this week? This week's an interesting. We're talking about online political ads. Recent general elections the we've seen party shifts strategies to online campaigning. And these ads were pretty much nonexistent a decade ago. But they've grown to just under and a half of campaign. Advertising spending in the last election in two thousand seventeen. Political parties spent three million pounds on facebook ads alone now in the UK. We've had clear restrictions on traditional forms of advertising for decades. You'll know a paid political ads the ban from TV or radio on this basis that there should be a level oh playing field between parties but online ads that just not subject to the same rules now last month you may sit in the news. That twitter announced a ban on political ads on that platform mm-hmm but this really just demonstrates that we're currently relying on social media companies to set their own rules. So I guess this week. They argue that electoral laws urgently gently needs to be updated to keep up with the technology. And I'm going to be talking to some jeffers about the shift to online campaigning. He worked for you into a fifteen hundred runt and yeah and he sets up. Who targets me which is a group campaigning on transparency and online ads and they built a tool to track leads ads? And then I'll be talking to kate dumb it from the University of Sheffield. Who's going to explain the problem with current campaign laws? What we need to do to fix them and then talk about this week in the election? Action You'll you'll be pleased about that. She was a foam reason to be cheerful of yours. Sues Kempner highlights of the week I mean I. I think there's a really good subject because I think what happened is we've had this revolution as you said. In the way people talk it'd yet in a country. The had incredibly restrictive rules of what you're allowed to set into peak bull in a broadcast way and had this revolution which is seems totally. It's Kinda essentially unregulated. Regulated is not. It is baseball is obviously absolutely massive in this election is completely unregulated. But that's what will be getting into this week at what she'll sure reasons to be. Cheerful Meyer is to be careful. It is technologically related you campus but is basically Donald pennant pipe. But we now have something called the doorstep which allows you to do it on a mobile phone all paddle whatever and that is revolutionary originally. And what's more might ten-year-old son. Daniel was hit this weekend. And he will sending people to canvas different Dole's soles using the doorstep wow so somewhat he he's marshalling people walls largely people. Yeah that's fantastic. That's good to know that you wrote attend children's some child labor going directly no pun intended. What what's your reason to be cheerful? I went to circus school. Today will set. It's where you're going learn circus skills. Did you go to your own. No I took Jane. I mean I'll admit that I didn't really join in. But some of the parents they would take it very seriously. They're doing some aerial twelve and climbing up ropes and using the silks and stuff. But I'd because I'm not particularly physically adapt I ah didn't really attempt to any of that myself. And in fact there was a bit where they got every ended the kids rule age between two and four. They got everybody to try and get the kids to climb up onto their shoulders and stand up and I was unable to do it and my son has to do with the teacher. said that is the only sounds like my nine man. I'm glad you you didn't invite me advice for two reasons to be cheerful with flight. Speak now to Sam Jeffers who is co founder of who targets me group of campaigners building a database of online political to collapse as SAM. Hello can we start by talking about the history of online political ads in the UK. It seems to me like every election since since twenty ten people have been describing as the first truly digital election. Does that sound about right. Is that when we first saw this type of campaigning. Yeah convening a write about thirty ten time talking about as big a part of a political campaign even then though paid appetizing particularly wasn't a massive part of it relatively small budget us back then so I think it wasn't until two thousand fifteen that we started to see the full also of digital tools being used in the UK and that was really the Tories targeting. A Liberal Democrat held states in the west of England with about a million quits with facebook was the first time we've seen this sort of nexus between data and messaging and targeting spinning into a meaningful electoral tool. And you will work working in this field during the election. I was on the other side of that campaign so I was looking for an agency. That was Trying actually to get the Labor Party elected elected at that time. And you know I think you you know one of the reasons behind shoot targets me is not that we lost is that we didn't know how we lost. I think we were quite naive to the amount. The other side was spending on advertising budgets. That were very very low We felt like we could run kind of successful grassroots campaign and Wall that did happen ultimately mini election. And so there's this question that begins to emerge is like. How is this being done? What what do we understand what's missing using What data should be available in order to help you understand and this is what led you to create who targets me? You want to tell us a little bit about what it is and how it works. Yeah and they still took a couple years after that because then a bunch of other elections following where each time. There's kind of surprise results. Obviously the Brexit the brexit referendum and the trump victory where each time the win says. Okay facebook ads. The thing that that we already magic hat and put us over the line so when it came to the two thousand seventeen election they figured out. How do we had monitoring what's going on in elections in this way so we built a piece of software which is also called targets me which is a browser extension you can install in your in your name or Goshawks Browser and basically what it does picks the ads out of your news feed and puts them into a database? That then we can kind of play a you back. You'll being targeted during the campaign. So you get a breakdown of the different advertisers who've been targeting you you can see I've been seeing more answering. The liberal. Democrats are wonder why that is yes and I wonder what the messages said. One of the one of the challenges around sizing online is some ephemeral. It appears and disappears and so we're trying to create something where as an individual individual you get more transparency and accountability into the ads that you'll being told so download who targets me. I add onto my browser and then a carry on using social social media as usual. And what you do is start collecting and collapsing. The adverts on being shown. Can you tell me a little bit about what they are. Basing targeting on what is it that I am doing online is it is my behavior that they are then tracking and basing their ads on it can be as simple as where he lives right. I mean obviously in British politics takes it matters a lot where you live then votes a almost meaningless Andrej politics if you live in a very safe seat and nothing's GonNa Change but if you live in a marginal yes yes that's a that's a massive criterias while you'll be on someone's targeted. The next thing is probably how likely they are to think you all vote so older people tend to vote more women. Women tend to vote slightly more than men. Women tend to be slightly more in the category for example in the in the in the two thousand nine hundred general election campaigns. And then the on that you can start to get into kind of more sophisticated stuff so trying to talk to people in there that interests so that patrons of online behavior is enormously potentially actually very complicated picture I suppose allied to that though is the fact that most campaigns chaotic and leading in a very short timeframe the bunch of people throwing things together on fly in so is very interesting to see. Sometimes things do look quite sophisticated other times they look rather hysterical or way off the mark can you tell me a little it'll be about. AB testing. I read this thing about the Lib Dem's earlier on and they were running something sixteen versions of the same advert each with a slightly different photo. Photo Jo Swinson and then constantly refining it. Depending on which photo got the most clicks or likes or whatever it is and so the end up with just one photo which I guess is the perfect Lib Dem advert that the highest number people would click on so is it like life market research. Yeah exactly so you know the way that most of the work or even email When you receive from parties is that they will create multiple variations Gary Asians Of An ad or message they'll send that out to you know a relatively small number of people you know. Ten fifteen percent of the of the ultimate origins and looking for and then and they will send the rest out the best performing examples as opposed the thing that's potentially concerning about. This is the fact that we are. We'll be guinea pigs in this. You know we are and we all the test subjects but we already know that that's happening. We'd already consent to it when already informed about it. We might be seeing a particular message that particular attack Takata's that is just being tried out. You know we'll see if that one sticks and we'll see if this works and you know maybe it does maybe it doesn't. It doesn't feel like necessarily that campaigns putting fullwood would the ideas that are believed to be best just fiddling around trying to find whatever works which are two different things and on the subject of attack ads. Do you find that. Online campaigns tend to be more negative than what we're used to in traditional British election campaigns. I I think either as a result of the fact that these video these ads rather a very video centric which has led. Everyone's look at American campaigns attack. That is such a big part all of the campaigning over there and okay well we can do some of that or it's actually sort of nature of social media platforms themselves where they seem to favor this kind of emotion the engaging aging you know potentially inflammatory content. You know you're trying to make stuff that people will shed and that they were doing that kind of combination of those two things that mean that. Yeah Yeah we think we see a lot more negativity in campaigns. Now that there's this idea that you can attack people online without really being held accountable for the same way that you would be if you want to go and do the traditional all sort of big media launch and you know the newspapers writing about You'll single ad that you're going to run the whole campaign now that you're running. Hundreds of thousands of these as the sort of diffusion of accountability over time ready changes the kind of calculation that people make intelligent running attack. Till is this really happening on facebook in other words is facebook. The the only game in town really. I know twitter of announce this ban on political advertising twitter accounts for a relatively small share of Political ties in budgets. Yeah I mean facebook in in two thousand seventeen was considered as an order of magnitude longer orange and Google which was an older magnitude larger than Twitter you see people experimenting with other things like not chat. A little bit is ready to be small as as there's a kind of budget line Predominantly you know that facebook you can. You can find forty million Britons On facebook or instagram. You know you can hit them with messages You know at a time and place choosing and so I think the vast majority of effort resources going into that problem and how much of what people people say is paid for political advertising versus. How much is content that Political activists parties have created that people just shah shah as they say organically. He's a really good question. And I mean we don't really know that much about people's overall information diet and environment whereas whereas you know growing up in the one thousand nine hundred eighty. We used to have a newspaper on.

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"shah shah" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

15:42 min | 1 year ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Burg brighter said don. I need a little help with case officers yet. That's what's up your that that bribery bust he made on that guy over and a few months ago yeah now. Some friends of mine are very concerned. Show is a good guy and we should help him out. Yeah has that. I take it easy. Take it easy. I'm not asking you to do anything wrong. Under perjure yourself just help him out a little help his lawyer find a loophole. He's fucking chasers. They did this shit all the time. You know that show says well. What's in it for me. You know the tapes rolling and then this is gonna. This is gonna hook in berg brighter. Later on my friend would be very nice to you. I promise you that yeah well. I don't know how this supposed to work. I don't want no trouble out of this. My friends sitting in the back room right now. Do you want talk to him. At talking can't hurt. I guess get up and walk in the other room walked in the back room. Don this our friend joey o'brien joy this officer don show nice to meet you. Officer shaw likewise. Just call me don join. Don understands what we need here. He just needs some more details. Joy o'brien or joey i o possess don. I can always use a good man. Little extra help l. Shah's as joey is that your real real name. Is it or is it o'brien long long quiet then he just comes back back as if he didn't say anything you just gotta give our lawyer some kind of loophole in the prosecution well. How could i do that. We'll start off. Tell let me what went down that night. After shaw said well my whole squad my whole squad resents. I had the joint and saw the slot machines and the crap game going on we announced ourselves and made all the players players lined up against the bar dislike normal while we were getting ideas from everybody. Your man car came out of the office and he got my face. He tried to pull me the away from the others and was making strong gestures with his hands trying to hand me money so i just popped him for bribery pretty simple open and shut case. He asked me ryan's retorts well. Maybe maybe when he handed you the money. You may have had time to ask him well. I don't know what's his money. Your hand is evidence that the gambling was he trying to give me evidence of these people that were gambling. Did anybody over here exactly the conversation you guys had i don't know that might make me look bad no branches well you know how about if you didn't really hear what he said because he talk so soft and you just grab the money thinking was evidence of gambling joss as ad that sounds better to me they go ahead and leave and and that's when when <hes> he meets up with berg brighter gives him the five hundred dollars well they take the tape and transcribe it and go back to the office of sheriff ogilvy takes over and they get warrants and grand jury indictments against burke brighter and isha for this attempted bribery sheriff ogilby will then start pulling in other sheriff's deputies who were they knew who were friends and cohorts <hes> burg brighter. There was david myers and donal n._a. Night donald deep rent who who had been in the sheriff central vice unit for quite some time and they had already been suspended for refusing to take lie detector test. I called them in ended up <hes> getting them fired after the u._k. Bribery tam on donald shaw they were actually had been assigned to protect shah shah had continued to try to sit up other means to you a little further and all of a sudden he turned cold on him and they knew that that the word was probably out and that's when they assigned these two guys to protect shaw these these are like assigned in the fox's to the chicken house turns out as as this is all going down why of course he's got all kinds of contacts doc inside the police department and he knew that they were going to get a grand jury indictment with him so he just had his lawyer telephone sheriff ogilvy and said that he would surrender the the paper stated at the time i hope appeared in a blue silk suit blue-grey straw hat and sunglasses and they put him in the back of a patio wagon with he's blue silk suit and took him to the milwaukee avenue station mug deepen brennan demon held him for overnight jack with the other law enforcement agencies to send these fingerprints if he had any other charges as just kind of a little you know we've got you buddy and we're fuck with a little bit eventually he was able to get out on bond the only at a five thousand dollar bond and the paid ten percent on that five hundred dollars in cash and which <hes> it was reported paid with two one hundred dollar bills in the rest and tony's days burg brighter will go ahead and resign from the force and actually during the same time he had already had his name and address found around as a contact person inside of a brothel that was up there on the north side. He'd been the chief of the vice squad for quite a while had told donncha trying to recruit him. He said hey don't worry about this. You know i've been on their payroll for longtime. I never had any trouble and have done pretty well. I've got a transcript of that tape recorded conversation between hookah and <hes> dutt's burke broader and donald shaw who was the undercover vice squad detective who had busted mister car in busting for attempted oppor offer a bride. He's introduced adduced by burke brighter in a balentine sandwich shop. Dhanjal sis joy has at your real name o'brien gupta. I said where'd you you get. The name. O'brien says well. It's a name i used to fight under shell. Do you know what you wanna. Do show says not exactly opus says would would you have any objection to help john car off the hook in court for consideration and if in doing so it wouldn't hurt your position as a police officer joe says i wouldn't mind at all but in hurt hurt myself as a cop and if i didn't have to perjure myself in court i hope says you won't hurt yourself and you don't have to be in court. Just give the lawyer loophole in your prosecution. I oprah asking for details the night of the arrest and how that went down then i open gave him away to go. He's excuse me. Do you think there's such a crime as playing a slot machine cha said well. There's a log instant. Oprah says oh laws are flexible. There may have been just like a big tree stan. The narrowness may deflects otherwise it breaks. Hoopla continues on us. Put it cold. This is your hometown. These are your people. Are you gonna let outta town. Guy like o'meara command wrapped around his finger like all these negroes in all their demonstrations. Is there an gold you. Is that any goal you to may may to our friends to our kids. It's the law it's not right but it's a law. He was talking about the new boss of the vice squad that <hes> sheriff ogilby had put in a and i guess they probably what he said. You know like all these negroes in their demonstrations. He probably had become unpopular because he'd been assigned in in some of the guys to go work. The the demonstrations is nineteen. Sixty five were first getting <hes> civil rights demonstrations. John replies well like i said it's law. I get paid to do it. I said alright alright understand fine. We understand each other. They're several ways to do things though take this man's man like o'meara. He thinks he's going to whip the world. He can't just go around hurting people like if you find annoying if you find a place open at ten minutes after four that'd be four in the morning and he's supposed to be closed at four a._m. And there twenty people in there he's going to close them up completely. He can't do that to people and get away with it. All all the time and you got to use some common sense you really do. You've got to use them reasoning. Saturation point calms your saturated. Your through our machines aren't taking money away from children their milk money or the money they go to school with every month. I will see that there is a c note or some other worldly goods in your mailbox. You'll be on the payroll pro shah replied. What do you want from me to be on the payroll. I hope says well i want from you is the information that they will not be kicking me with the point of the shoe but uh-huh mainly with the side of it. If you find out something or see something that i should know and you think i should know it. I'll give you a telephone number. You follow me shaw says well. The thing of it is. I would suddenly be out of a job. If i stopped making pinches you can do it. You could do it like that like you. Say in just kick you in the side. I do not the point. I guess oprah says you will never stop making pension you. If you haven't got an out and have to make a pinch you go on ahead. I paid for these pigeons burke brighter then jumps in their he'll give you some good ones maintenance. Some good pigeons in good bust. I gotta looks down looks back shot. He says well you follow me by pigeons. <hes> he also might have meant that he would hand somebody they wanted to rest. He just had them somebody the who would go ahead and take the bust shah says or what area are you in your replies well when you find out about may you'll see. I'm pretty nice guy. All all i'm interested in is gambling and the night spots and cicero. I'm not interested in the residential areas you could go anywhere outside the business district and you'll find nothing but a nice area burke brighter says shaw give you a little advice being a boss like i was out there justice. You mean advice gambling burke brighter. Was you know it was looted device for a long time. Brighter says yeah that's right. Do this on your own. This is between the three of us. Don't trust your partner. Nobody ah says will say the chicago. Police intelligence unit had a game under surveillance for awhile and then gave it to us and suddenly it wasn't there anymore they would get wise can get wise real quick. They'd no somebody blew the whistle. I hope ah says fine. The tables would be there. The game would be there but the money wouldn't be on the table. Do you follow me. I'll never embarrass you on netflix hurt. You and i can be nice to you. I can help if you have any problem. I could be real nice to you. I can decorate the mahogany a little bit. You know what i mean. See what i mean. I can help with the payments on the new car. I can see to it that you were taking care of every month. I can see that every month. There's a little bit of extra worldly league goods in this life for you just like myself if you walked into place and saw men there and your superior said pants me. I never met you. Go ahead and pence me. I go along with the show. Show says i kick you with the side of my shoe. I says now you're catching on or you with me now. She says i guess i said you know. I'm not involved abdin he prostitution at any narcotics. I don't take any dirty money. It's only gambling. It's okay if you want arrest any prostitutes any narcotics people any of those scumbags bag like that go ahead but that's not me anyhow. Actually he wasn't being real candidate. If they started making a bunch of prostitution arrests that was this connected <unk> eight probably would have tried to get him to quit because he did make money off of prostitution in cicero says you understand if i make money on a you make money. You have a chance to make a little money right now. Do you think that the guy with the four thousand or five thousand dollar job driving a new car with one hundred dollars suits you. I think this is all done with his salary to you. Gambling gambling is going to be here longer than we are. Show replies. I could go in this town tonight and round up one hundred gamblers embers burn brighter says s._e. This everywhere everybody's doing it. I upset you know why you are successful man why the marines <unk> our country is successful because we're gamblers every time there's trouble over there we go. We're gamblers. Were gamblers where americans that's a good one. We're americans so i said hey. Here's a phone number. If there's any gambling raids gimme a car and i want you to know that i can get the a transcript of any grand jury testimony that you give about my friend car so i just want you to find a loophole for the lawyer to step through that money. It might have been gambling evidence that he handed over to your. Maybe it was for the bribe. He didn't really say he was trying to bribe you. You understand cope each shot with that says nice joy who possess the pledgers all mine.

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"shah shah" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

The Sustainable Futures Report

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"shah shah" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

"It'll be twenty years plus before children ball. This year will be able to fill those skill gaps. I go texan talk radio next day. Would you be free for a chat with katy. Perry about some people opting not to have kids because they all skied for the planet. Actually i had a very busy weekend. I didn't see the message until after the broadcast gone out. I'm sorry i missed it. Because my view is that everyone has the right to a family as long as no more than two children and if they already have more than two children well every child should be loved and cherished and brought up to be environmentally aware as being pressure from certain reports and articles which suggests that having a child causes the greatest footprint of all in fact. I commented on the work of south winds last july and the previous april he suggested that having a child related to carbon footprint of some sixty tonnes brown apparently he has a new book out about how to live a low carbon lifestyle. It was reviewed in the newspapers this weekend. The reviewers as having fewer children annual saving fifty eight point six tonnes each although his in his p._h._d. Thesis winds leftist one out of his book audi surprising when his p._h._d. Thesis attracted wide criticism for misinterpreting previous research on drawing what many saw as totally false conclusions no one should be probably not having children because of their effect on the planet. There is no doubt that showed will face a challenging future as we all do who already but that's another issue and finally a few points on the news in shooting the messenger corner we austrailia journalist andrew bolt who commented on greta thune bugs autism calling how deeply disturbed freakishly influential and strange i have i have never seen a girl so young with so many mental disorders treated by so many adults as a guru he wrote she responded. I am indeed deeply deeply disturbed about the fact that he's hated conspiracy campaigns are allowed to go on and on and on just because we children communicate an act on the science <music> where only adults also and shooting in jakarta we have higher bolsonaro present brazil brazil's national space research institute has released satellite data showing a rising amazon deforestation which the foul right president is called wise. The director of the institute has been removed from his post. It's clear that the forces of denial are gathering but however laude shah shah. They won't change the science. The danger is that they might change the popular perception of the science and probably promote the ongoing lie that scientists are not yet shaw. Auro is to tell the truth for another week. Thank you again and for listening in fact more and more of you listening and the audience reached record levels in july even though there were only four fridays for only four episodes. We'll see how this month goes but i am going to have the bank holiday weekend off a magic. I'm anti died. That was the sustainable futures report until next week in <music> uh-huh..

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"shah shah" Discussed on Lexicon Valley

Lexicon Valley

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Lexicon Valley

"Is the first time I ever heard, and maybe the last time I heard that word transient and it kind of sticks out. What is that word transit? Well, technically we might say originally, the word is transient a person who's just going through. And you know that word transient is very rich. We're gonna do transient of all things. There's a lot in transient that teaches us what language is all about. What is transient? Well, it's from trans, which is across or through metaphorically, then e is era that is to go. So we're talking about Latin words, trans and then era to go, so to go across go through, and then ent- as in whoever is doing this going across going through so trans era, an end trans e end and those elements come together and become transient. And so that's where that word comes from. But what's all that mean one thing that a lot of you probably thinking is why transient like if the word is transient, that's the way, a lot of us would may be spontaneously pronounced if we saw it written down. Why do people say, transient what we're often thinking is it's wrong to say transient something sloppy about it, but it's quite normal. And it exemplifies actually the exact thing that helped make French out of Latin and French is so elegant even if a transient in this meaning isn't necessarily, why do people say, transient the answer it doesn't sound, very exciting. Although I find it interesting. I have to give you a bit of jargon. It's called palatal is aviation pal. Television makes the difference between transient and transient and then eventually transient what Powell's ation is, is something that happens to sounds often when there is something high and front in the mouth. Going on, or maybe even high and back, for example, let's say that you are speaking Latin Latin from last week. And we heard about the, the vulgar kind let's say that you're talking about something like a castle. And so you say Costello him. Okay in French that word has come out as Chateau so Kostelic becomes shadow had become ship. What happened is that could I change has randomly into kit? So instead of saying, Castello him in real, vulgar, Latin as opposed to that version that we talked about last time, Castellon became Castel him. That's just something that can happen. Well, if you say Kia enough that after a while you're saying kit, and if you say enough, then you're saying shit, and after a while you're saying, and so- Castel them becomes Chateau. That's good old pal to location, the same thing that makes transient become true. Transient, you've got that e coming up, and so the continent moves towards it, and you end up with a ship instead of a sir, and it's interesting it can happen, or it might not. And so, for example, Chateau is Parisian French, but we also have the word castle, that's from Castel him to we got that from a different brand of French Norman, French, I e the French that was brought over by the invaders after the battle of Hastings. They said Castel him or the French equivalent, and so they didn't have Chateau. They didn't have cast Alam Shah Shah. So we have two words from Castel, one of them is the original from Norman French, and that's castle. Then we borrowed from another flavor of French later, where to become Chateau, you never know how these things are going to go, so Paletta ligation is a regular things not just with some strange word like transit. So, for example, issue if you're listened to British people say issue. Do you notice that they tend to say issue this, Hugh? And you think that's cute. They're british. No, it's that they don't happen to pal to lies the word the way we do. You've got an coming up, who is high to notice e e they don't feel related, but those are high in the mouth as opposed to you have to go down to pronounce those eat. So issue, you just know that issue in some dialects at least it's going to be issue, it wants to be that it's somebody's not saying issue, it's because really the printed page is holding them back from doing what comes naturally, so issue, that's pal tools. Asian cat Stella m- to Chateau. That's pal tools -ation transient to transient transient that's palatal sation that is why people say, transient which can sound kind of odd. It's what the word transient wants to do. What would be strange, if people didn't start pronouncing it as transient after a while? But it's interesting, the Powell's. Nation ends up creating a kind of Cheshire cat smile effect in that remember, we're talking trans across e to go and end the person doing it. Well, if you say transient than the e itself is gone trans, and there's no trace of that verb go in it at all. Except for the fact that the became a is kind of, like, if somebody with a big afro puts on headphones and then they take the headphones off in this the imprint of the headphones in their hair. That's the only way you know that they put on headphones in same way transient becomes transient. And there's no more e even though the words started out as a combination of a cross go, and earth notice also transient and then issue issue starts out in Latin is X era. That's out go the going out the issue. Okay. So ex-. Erase that same verb so trans era and an X era that means that transient and issue had the same bitten him, you would never know their pronounce differently now. They're spelled completely differently. But if you say transient and you say issue, you are putting in your mouth, the same Latin word different outcomes of different issues of it so to speak, and that's really something else about how language works. There's so much that we say on the fly that is just chunks doesn't have meaning anymore. It's just the stuff that we say they are called, and I've discussed this on another show. But, you know, it's so interesting that I'm going to bring it up again. It's cranberry morphines, and they're called that, because, you know, what's Cran cranberries have anything to do with cranes. Maybe but you can tell that it's forced and we're just kind of stuck with the cranberry, so we know to Barry is, but Cran well to bed there, also. Lots of things like that. So, for example, let us transmit the message. Let us submit to thirty please remit the money that you owe. We know what transmit submit and re-met mean but what the hell is mitt? Now, if you think about it, or if you have some Latin and, you know, that means to send, but we don't talk about middling a letter we don't have mitt. And so it ends up being cranberry morphine, or for example, transit, rapid transit horrible, repeat, okay, exit. So you're going out transit exit. What's it? It certainly isn't the pronoun, it, it's not like here. Trans ING that thing or exiting that thing transit exit. What's it will actually once against this go verbs this era, the various forms that it takes? We don't have it, so that ends up being a cram Mary morphine. We know what the trans is you have a sense of what X is. But the it will you just have to belch that out and move on, or for example. Here's a Hello from your. Friendly receptionist set. What's CEPT re? Okay. Honest, you can kind of figure out what that means. What's the septa now there is deception? There is inception that movie, I have never gotten around to. I've got to get to it. I can tell it's not as good as people, but except what is Sept? Well, it's a cram berry morphine this thing, that's about receiving perceptionist deception inception, except so we have lots and lots of these cranberry morphines in our speech. We think you say a word and you know what it means or you put two chunks together. And they end up meaning something else, but you know what the chunks means. So there's hunt in this earth, a hunter, is somebody who hunts. Okay. But actually it's more complicated than that, because we have all these cranberries just kind of sitting around and yet, we say them, they're kind of like junk DNA that's very rough analogy. And why do we have them? Well, it's because to a large. Stent of are having such a bastard vocabulary. For example, this mitten it in the sept-, all of that is Latin. Those are Latin chunks English has an awful lot of words. They're not English. They're taken from Latin as well as French and old Norse and truth is we're often told that English is unique in having such a bastard vocabulary, or at least unusual. There's something interesting about truth is that's quite common around the world. Japanese is spilling over with Chinese urge do is spilling over with Persian as is Turkish. It's actually quite common to have a bastard. Vocabulary English though. Does have a more bastard? Vocabulary than any of the languages that are closely related to it. And that means that we have a lot of cranberries. Just kind of happens. Remember there was what Ignace rock and metamorphose, kraken, sedimentary, rock and sedimentary was from sediments. So you have all this powder. All these. Different rocks that are all mixed together often is the sedimentary, rock, sedimentary rock language. It's like bubble gum rock. I'm doing transition. I figure this time everything's going to sound like welcomed day. Because I like that sound where you imagine probably a female person in a certain kind of skirt with her arm stuck out doing that what to see dance. We're gonna do that late sixties early seventies era. And what I'm thinking frankly, is the theme song to love American style. A truly awful show that is an invaluable time capsule, to what mainstream censored American entertainment, gave to the public as a version of hip, nece. I highly recommend watching one episode or the whole first season as I once did when I had less to do, but the theme song was death Louis and just because we're talking about sedimentary rock here. It is. Spag. Isn't that good? Wanna see Vivian Vance and Broderick Crawford, and southern doing their final work. Take a look at love American style..

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"shah shah" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"shah shah" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And you'll leave your bitches a five star review because we would really appreciate it. We didn't even talk about. 'cause Liz height reminded me to- cycle. Oh, we had to recap what a night. What an I o. What? I what. Class. So I was like I don't do. So like all my down for it. But I especially wasn't John yesterday because I was so hung over from Charlotte. And by the time the class rolled around. I had been dreading it literally all day. And when I got there intended to get in the bike, and like do it for a minute. Take a couple of pictures and like wait outside for a brunch. Finish and ended up doing the whole class. Like, obviously took a couple of breaks like Snapchat and just like catch my breath. It wasn't nearly as bad as I thought it was going to be the teacher was awesome. Awesome. She played great music. She had great energy. She she just kept saying, which I feel like my problem with soul cycle is that it's a cult. And it's like if you're a newcomer like just fuck you like just get it. Yeah. Where it's like not like welcoming to like people who are out of shape or like new to don't know how to lock in their stupid shoes. Don't know that you even need shoes. Like, it's not warm to newcomers, but like at this location of the Brian park location, like only the nicest people work there. Right. All the girls were like so worried about me they like literally they set my seat up for me. They put my thing in they put my ass in and they were like helping everyone who was new and it was just so welcoming to newcomers, and it really was breaking down the stigma. That's all cycle has created for itself. And for. That I was very grateful for the nice people who worked there the class was not as I wasn't out of breath, dying as I thought it was going to be the only thing, and I still have to complain about it. I kept having to stop not because I was out of breath and dying. But because my ask was hurting me, and they need to fix it. And I have like a permanent red inflamed asshole right now because of it it's a it's a real thing the more you do it it goes away. But it's like who wants even got to that point because but it's not like it makes the workout better. Like like as if they're trying to like help you something like just make the seat come from more, comfortable, it won't change anything. Yeah. Like, I was standing more which is like heart because I didn't want sit. Yeah. In hurts. Beauty is pain. The device was so fun for me. Like, I was doing it at like taking very seriously. And the songs are amazing because we got to request songs. And then there were all the other sons, obviously, a teacher who's in tune with what's right? She took our list of songs realize what kind of music we were in into and worked with it accordingly and screaming at the top of my lungs, which also gets you out of breath. So I was truly dying. She played shelves played shallow as the song after arm suits, like the hill and in stark and the whole class was screaming. We were a chorus like I was wondering how the people outside we're hearing 'cause we were above the music. It was literally like fifty girls to being like. Shah shah. Oh in Shah. Hello. Hin? Shy. And honestly, I was thinking because I I'll never forget Kelly Rowland on x factor when she had like a group of girls that were hurt meant tease. She had them get on the treadmill and sing because that's the only way to not get out of breath. When you're performing is to exercise while singing, and it really like was a good idea, and it remained me realize like how like if ever want to become a singer, let something I have to do and soul cycle is the perfect thing because you sing the whole time and you're working out..

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"shah shah" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

$hit Could Be Worse

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"shah shah" Discussed on $hit Could Be Worse

"Very good movie. I in my experience. Where was I? But there's a conspiracy theory around that movie that the girl that sense. It's like Lindsay Lohan and her twin sister that the girl in that movie is actually Lindsay Lohan sister in real life, and she died in a car accident and the covered it up. But regardless non-point. But I always say. Tonight, why? Yeah, that's a real thing. Yeah, that's the thing because you know, like the dumb celebrity conspiracy theories like that's one of them that she had a sister, and that's why now she's crazy because she had the hide the fact that her sister passed away so that she could be successful because their parents just wanted to make money off of one of their kids and these. And then she is just has looked. It's crippling depression because her sister passed away. But anyway, thank you. No, all randomly just like I say, the line from holes where she goes, you gonna find. And no one ever knows what it's from. And then when I say it, they're like, but it's a little, it's it's sad because like a lot of people like those that I know, quote, movies and stuff, but I'll quote Disney movies and shit, and they have no idea what that because they're grown, ask men and they don't. They don't watch fucking Disney movies and I'm like, you'll fucking holes was the bombed, so good. Song home. Dude, who's in Charlie. What's his name? Who the main guy. Fuck you guys. What's his name? Charles drive a bluff. He always travel. Shiloh. Sure why this Shiloh. No, it's not shy. His name is sharia sharia. That's fucking stupid. Name's author. Shiloh. No. Liberal off. It's there's no bluff shy of the lie. What is this last thing Shah Shah LA LA buff, but that's what I'm saying. I love triangle, the blah, you're out and you're like five. I'm going to get his name tattooed on me just so when people are like who said guy over there? Fuck it. Say Shiloh blah. It's not a little above sharia Shaya LA LA buff buff Shaya LA buff Shiloh buffs Honey. Seeing you are Shiloh logo Shaya Shaya buff Shiloh Luebbe you're going to get tired of hearing this guy. Damn argument already get this week. Of that is when you trying to say, Shiloh bluffs name..

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"shah shah" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Oh, okay. Donnie, you know that the I officially be mind. It's my birthright. It's like, damn it. Keep singing that same song every time I see you, but I still I enjoyed it, but I enjoyed it on that level where I'm like, yeah, I like it at this point because I can watch it. I can follow it which I couldn't before, and I can have it on the background for the most part, but you very discerning. So you know. Okay. All right. Then why didn't watch the first? Because I said, I got, thanks, it's it's it's far the first one, but the first one was absolutely. Really this. I'm trying to watch so many things now I want to, but I have to watch anime now and I'm getting back into it, but we are starting to do some collaborations with watch Mojo in there was doing anime show. Out in animate. Look, I used to be really heavy anime. Like I raise realized Cartoon Network, had the second series of my. He record Nimia note and fully Cooley. A tackle tight. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So I started getting back into watching that, right. My hero academia. I watched the first couple episodes. I was like, ooh, star watching. So it's too many shows. It's too many, so I'm trying to I'm trying to watch humans an cartoons. Yeah, sometimes puppets. But you know. Some shows where I know I have to give it my full attention. I've been working on some stuff lately like, all right. Well, this is a good time for iron fist and paradise PD. Yeah, yeah, man. It's. It's too much. So give me ten episodes or something. I should be seven. Hill? No. Let me see here. Man who who is this? And if you listen, lemme know these are very short what I'm about to re. And we outta here right after this very quickly, ma'am. Sorry, forgot the name to put on this, but this is someone who says, hey, cruel, is one of you guys can do birthday. Shout off. Me would be greatly appreciated. It was a pretty crappy Dame. Grandma's funeral was today, so big, good birthday. Shout out from the crew would definitely Chimi. Thanks guys and stay toasty, but whoever you are, please let me know. This is an old Email too. So I'm sorry. It was one of those nights we run in late. I couldn't get to it. So belated happy birthday. Sorry about everything you live and I'm sorry about being late. So please, if you see this, please, please. Let me know who you are and will make it up to you one way. Another apologize. Personally, Kyle, Kyle, say core, I'm late to the game, but I finally got around to watching the movie mother, your original NAS, bowler, review, piqued my interest, and I want to thank you for giving me just enough of a clue to help me appreciate the movie simply mentioning that related to the bible was all need to help me piece together. The allegory metaphors watched anyway, I just wanna thank you for being my mother, Jesus and saving me from saying, fuck you to this movie. I also give it a full price, but all people who enjoy those biblical reference points in our into this kind of surreal, metaphorical stuff. You know what that is exactly the right approach. A knows moving that everybody's going to like, but I was still today defend mother and still give it a full price enough other people. But I do like that movie a lot. This is the last ones from Darren Shah Shah shall he says in the most recent movie extravaganza Martin yourself, mention how you don't do post movie coffee. Discussions anymore. It would be really awesome if you consider doing a weekly program with this as an approach where you Martin maybe third guest around table open discussion sport is included in just talk a movie through. I think it would be fascinating and inciteful and offer some really good content bus who loved delving in the movies beyond the surface. Thanks for everything. You know what I would like to do something. And maybe prerecorded, maybe not once not once a week, but I would like to do something. We don't always get movies that are worth talking about. Yeah, but maybe once a month I would. I would love to do something where it's because last night I was I was I finally just. Understood. Somebody said one of my favorite comedians, and I said, you know what to do, make comedy..

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"shah shah" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"shah shah" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Sorta better better judgment than what you think at the end and i don't know how to factor all that in but but it's amazing how many times you know you you gotta judgment at the beginning of the year before a fall has been balanced that winds up being more accurate than your end of the year predictions so if it's era zona against michigan judy have one in that one i still like michigan state arizona's really good they don't shoot a quite as well as michigan state i think michigan say it's a little bit better defensively but arizona's got the andre eight and he's the best player in the tournament and and he's a he's a transcendent player you don't see guys like him very often he'll be the first pick in the draft and he'll be an nba all star be a hall of fame caliber talent and oftentimes in the tournament you know if when all else fails and you're making your pitch count the pros and taking the team has got the most pros because there hasn't been a team that's won in the last twenty years that hasn't had a nba players on it well i mean we might as well get to the whole pro conversation than jay bilas here on the rich eisen show so much conversation as you know on shows like this one and shows and this show about the one and dawn in how the nba needs to step in and fix what the f b is attempting to shah shah shine a light on what would you say is the fix here jay fixes the amateurism piece which the nc double a will not look at they won't even entertain the idea they are they are all in on this amateurism thing and and i think it's a huge mistake when you've got billions of dollars floating around and i'll tell you they they are they are all in on this amateurism thing and and i think it's a huge mistake when you've got billions of dollars floating around i'll tell you this that that this one and done conversation is just a red herring because one i if if everybody could go out of high school it would not change the issues that college basketball faces because it hasn't changed the issues of college football faces reggie bush was not a one and.

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"shah shah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"shah shah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I went out there and my basically tight pair of jim shorts in a tshirt and put my hand in the ground and came out screaming and ran a four seven nine four eight one forty yard dash but let me as request boom yes there it is you played you played in the nfl and he caught the ball that's all the matters well basically they she just worry about the role you the ball and see how many you can catch i was quick though fred ever tell you how quick i mean i was like i was the slowest receiver the combine a two thousand in or excuse me 1909 eighty would have been eighty nine eighty eight season was my senior season but 89 is when it combines as i was the slowest sky there and probably had the one of the lowest vertical jump sitting at the twenty eight twenty okay his laterally i was as good as there was a radio and i was like the quickest in all of the you know when i came to chicago there do you know the 10yard channel i was that's what matters you know what matters more than anything to me is that the receivers that are the team can catch the ball that's well that's true i'm not already knew even catching the ball is altogether when significant speed isn't always what gets yopougon that's true you know i mean kendall writer running good route again i i like kendall right we'll see how the what the bears do i as i did qimlas ryan as your lot as your third or fourth receiver as very functional because think about last year drew risky had a nice little report with him nor games where he hit him of seven eight times a game in that's what he needs and the he hopefully you'll get that with adam shahin shahin caught you don't shahida great numbers twelve catches three touchdowns he led the.

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"shah shah" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"shah shah" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Good lord surya speaking of exciting things like that let's go onto real houses dallas honey what do you call it paid the place that skip off a ball basket up all heart amicability there stephanie the with her gift yeah i was like i wasn't really paying attention it's like we you don't get that joke and you told it don't get over seventy is with cruiser because he's got dyslexia and she's working working with him nicole the tutor comes through nicole is like a long last jackson i mean it was i felt like i was getting a lot of janet jackson parreira that just me and my just crazy i think she's india mao doesn't matter jackson jackson cuts across all races what why would you bring up the rates ronnie why would you bring up the risk zico is i mean i think she's indian the although there is only note on isaiah agreeing as shah's shah's reunion i never we started with jill solloway simao mall paranoid mike god is jozo is actually was learned of mike watching by watching my pronouns now well they came in to teach her the non by mary tudor came in the non binary jackson sibling arrive which them about their letters or who so they're reading a book about carnivores emma he's like i wanna last a lap dare and she's like italy mommy do you wanted to you mommy music yeah i'm credit behind crews he's really cute i think you guys do need to take him indicate those chickenpox taking care of mean he used cardigans parks what it is it's just leg.

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