17 Burst results for "u._s"

"u._s" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Neutral medical doctor building com <hes> sometimes people if they passed by number because i've called people back the circling. We don't do that. Give them a time. Don't call you back because i get so. I'm so busy you can call me like some people. Try to call them on air or read afterward. I'm busy. Another phone talked to doctors patients all over the world. Just this give me a time window and i'll try to call you when i'm free because i'm a lot busier them for anybody out. There is okay so you put a time limit on your phone number but give me a couple of paragraphs or a page of what health issues are what your labs are what you're what you want me to help you and the starter protocol free and if you've been accustomed already i will call you back if you haven't been meals in u._s. Started protocol of course and again nutraceutical not arrive medical doctor bill dot okay. Let's get into the whole handful but you know it's all under the contact us and it's all under the wellness protocols on the website because if if you're if you're a regular customer you did purchase the wellness protocols when they were available. That's before pay pal. <hes> took us down. There exactly took us down because we had that c._b._d. Oh well if i had no not i would have never put it on there. I didn't realize it was such a controversial crucial. These are a control freak. It is just like wasn't left and right and again even in the medical system to control requires <hes> anyways so also so <hes>. I think simul sam is some point we might be able to find some other way to to work with the wellness protocols but in the meantime anyone can have any of them. Just drop us. Listen email or even call you can always call eight eight eight two.

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"u._s" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"And get the opportunity to showcase. Them is a big part of it for me. <hes> you know there's not much i can't cook out there and you know every time you vote and you cook something. You know you learn a little bit more of it or you know in my case i mean i've traveled the world now learning about barbecue out. I'm not ever gonna stop that <hes> but i love the fact that we could actually consider ourselves definitely a really good level kit nassar's. That's what we are when you are being told about the show i mean. How much detail are are they giving you. Do they tell you who the other two <hes> pitmasters are going to be. They're going to be working alongside of you or are they kind of. Keep you on the dark a little bit on some things and just looking to get you in. What's it's a setup like well. Originally originally you get the rat and you say okay the format. It's something i'm interested in and then the secondary part of course is who. Are you going to be whisked width okay because if somebody genuinely dislike or you don't get along with or what not then you're not gonna mash well. It's not gonna have abide great any t._v. Show has to have a vibe even have to have something or it actually has to have a while drama. I'm not about the dramatis stuff okay. That's bullshit and i'm not interested in it whatsoever so this is one. I've known kerry for many many years. He was actually on my own show on barbecue crawl. <hes> i respect his skillset immensely. I've eaten at his restaurant tons of times. You know moe's this big barbecue personality and you know he's done very well himself with his personality and so i let the characters i like to was going to be on the show so because of that in addition to format. That's why i agreed to do you think most who gets the respect he deserves or does he get the right amount of respect because i you know the certain feel like some people are a champion of him and then i feel like some people think that he may be he hasn't done on whatever enough is in order to get these shots on t._v. Well i think you can ask that of any pit master right. Who is there to decide. What is <hes> you know. I've only one fifteen in u._s. Grand championships. That's it but if you put anything in front of me i can cook it. I've owned sixty five barbecue. Maybe that's <hes>. I've traveled the world. Maybe that's now. I don't know at the end of the day. If it's for the show i'm good for it or it so as we are taking in that first episode i mean i would assume most most t._v. Stuff you're seeing the finish cut for the first time or did you guys have access to it in advance. I didn't want to see it in a band. I thought when you guys thought brought all right so what was your kind of. I smack of how you saw the first episode unfold you pretty happy with.

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"u._s" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"It became clear to me that most of the people who are actually making the porn that we are watching a society. Most of them are men yes and most of them. Are you know kind of similar to each other <music> this little group of men that are kind of into you know boobs and gars ha it kind of sexual but it's not actually a diverse group of people from different backgrounds as sexualities his and identities countries and you know all of it that that's not really happening so we are seeing in what we you know kind of call mainstream stream on what we are seeing its vision of sexuality. You're correct and it's interesting because they speak to a lot of men who like like what a lotta ladies like. They're like i like a man who looks like me who has sex like me and there isn't that much worn out there for me. You like that and i was like how interesting that men. They're like a lot of men like porn from a female perspective told me and i think that's why a lot of men are like by like watching lesbians and i'm like yeah probably because women are softer with each other ryan each other and i don't like that blowjob outburst lake hold a woman on that that force john they do sometimes even tila woman vomit and i mean this is all i get so tired. I'm talking about because i lose could work but it's like the problem problem is that i do love born. Tastic another has a great potential and that can really bring lots to us yes but at the same time hi the reality i mean most people if they go out on the internet which new and the porn serve they end up at all these kind of tube sites. It's you know when you're showing free porn which is not really free porn because actually stolen port your money. It's called free porn and i think the question about that so there's ads that run so these people not being paid through the ads well very little. It's it's a complicated structure because actually these companies. Basically it's one big company. It's one big company owning most of these free to. I don't know it because you think that you see many different brands so you think like owned so many more companies hiddink lori l. and i just learned that yeah totally an this is big conglomerates this big big pharma fashion and big porn the price but that's how it is honestly. I didn't know that and that's kind of wild yeah yeah. It's kinda wild but then but we we we have to really understand is that <hes> so so what they are interested is obviously not showing you the best possible diverse in u._s._a. That's out there in the world. That's not what they are after they are after the traffic because if need lots of traffic they can sell advertising. What kind of advertisement are they selling well. Mostly you know grow your they make your titties bigger. Make your juicier and i'm like i've never wanted a slutty. <hes> in your neighborhood. That's the kind of asset they are so yes and the thing is that people believe fit. They do believe so these all these kind of lonely guys having very sad stikes lives they are only sites and a you know think that maybe this dick pills idea that they do fill into credit cards details and then when the pills arrive save and they don't work they don't go to the police nope. They stu angrily in their basement. Let me watch another forced blowjob video exactly they're opening window after window after window and it's just like you know the sex machines going on on on on on and it's so much i mean what what the frustrates me is is the language that i see on all these of course the images no all the kind of of of women serving men that frustrating but upped also the language that they are using. You know. It's a very misogynistic race. It is because i don't like on these sites that black specific traffic porn is called ebony porn avenue station latina. It's we are all getting divided all but white folks. Yes ask because god god. You're really fucking breaking it down. It's making me angry because white people don't have a category.

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"u._s" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on Oil and Gas This Week Podcast

"From rice rice university in a recent episode you guys talked with the lack of engineers talent in the industry and the potential short supply in the future. You also mentioned that fresh graduates prefer the tech industry overwhelming gas and see what is a dirty industry. There are many reasons why the tech industry is so successful in attracting young talent one such reason is they encourage reach diversity all they care about the brain not the origin or the nationality of their talents over a period of time they able to track the best in the british around the globe however we do not see that much diversity in our industry in the u._s._a. Particularly we do not want to recruit foreign engineers and in fact the willingness industry is the worst in terms of sponsoring a work visa for the extremely talented glow engineers it professionals. There's no shortage of engineers outside the u._s. but we don't want them. If we continue to shy away from global talents it we'll take the industry down <hes> i worked internationally and four comments seen people from all over the world working together in the industry true global industry but not in the u._s. It's the biggest irony that there is no place for global town especially in huston listen in a global industry. One of the solution to this problem is delivering engineers and professionals outside the u._s. outside of u._s. Schools and make deals easier in terms of helping them with work permits. There's no shortage of a extremely talented professionals in the world. Hope industry leaders understand this and take necessary action before it's too late p._s. Lived in houston had i had experienced e._p._s. It was it yes as i don't know. I really hope you guys dare to challenge the status. Quo and clemson show which we did would it. You're here. I wanna talk to just say something first than mark determine if you've ever been to an s._p. Event if you've ever been to a a._t._c. event ever been to any engineering focus event in oil and gas even o._t._c..

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"u._s" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Dealing with mental health issues. It's why i have a hard time. Finding get therapist. Who i feel is a good fit for me. I live in the southeastern u._s. And i've grown up around mostly white people most metal hair melt most mental health care providers. Here <unk> are white. It's been very important for me to find a therapist to. I feel can understand the end my background in a nuanced way. We should also remember that. Trauma is often intergenerational not having the intersection of race and ethnicity and mental health in the picture would be like being colorblind and in parentheses pun intended so thank you paul. I appreciate the way you're able to talk with people and how open compassionate you can be <hes> go fuck yourself jess and then i got an email that i think really helped me understand it even more and this is from a listener named madeline madeleine and she writes. I wanted to respond to your discussion on the podcast today about how to talk about race on on the podcast i appreciated the listener's question and also that you open it up for feedback. I'm white too and i've noticed in myself and others that a lot of white people are afraid to talk about race and get pretty defensive immediately in order to shut down the conversation. We we assume that when people bring up how we might have done something that hurts communities of color. We take us being bad people because we've you racism. Racism is something that is primarily interpersonal rather than institutional and systemic. I've been a regular listener since twenty thirteen and i'm now in grad school to become a therapist i also have done a lot of ongoing personal and professional work around whiteness in racism would like to chime in on this what i heard in the listener's question wasn't that you you shouldn't ask about race with your guests of color but they shouldn't be the only guest that you talk about race with this supports the idea that races only something that people of color have and white as the default like your listener said what would it look like. They have every guest identified their race. Not just people of color. I also the listeners idea of just leading up to the guests to determine if they're races important in the narrative they want to tell for instance how it is whiteness impact people's experience of mental illness and health and then she offers a resource. A podcast called seeing white <hes> on scene on radio encinas as c..

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"u._s" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The sonos move at an event on august twenty six. Oh look at bo is getting in a week early before. Sonos is biggest big announcement of something. That sounds like pretty much. The exact same bluetooth speaker isn't it kinda weird heard that both of these brands which were known initially for like audio quality unsurpassed audio file of yes sumer brand stuff now are like in what had traditionally been the like cheapo speaker game of like bluetooth portable like that that was you would have seen almost a totally brand opposite for bose and sonos a few years ago to be in this game and yet. That's just the place where the market is right now well. It's yeah yeah you're right in fact even though there have been pretty good bluetooth speakers for some time it was you know and i've got a couple of sonos ones they do have great audio quality and and and people rave about their comp competitor good speakers as well never actually been around a homepage in anyone's home only in an apple l. store but again you know good quality for the most part but now we're getting to the point where the companies like all right now. What's an extra thing. I could do a ha- let's add some water resistance a handle handle <hes> and then during bluetooth so they can take it to the beach with after this is right and it'll be better quality than the bluetooth who speakers of yesteryear. I love this. I mean the the fact that all the assistance for the most part are represented and it's if you're a bos person i used to have noise cancelling headphones from bos- they were very nice over the kind of pricey and so is the speaker your <unk> why why wouldn't you go with a third party smart speaker at this point rather than a home pod which is is much less <hes> open well. I mean i think <hes> the home pod is probably the much much like the apple credit card something that people have kind of just ignored wash it gently in putting next thing that might scratch it not look look directly at the only the finest silk when you take your home pod to the beach. The washington post reports that twelve of the u._s.'s largest telcos. I didn't even know we had twelve have signed a pledge to implement technology to spot and block robocalls ashley stories make me so happy making a anti-rebel call tools available for free to consumers and.

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"u._s" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on Unchained

"C._f._t._c. and that's the other thing is that trust is every we trust right and ultimately this is all built on trust i in human trust of each other brain as mike about tressler systems yeah but that's the thing they're not trust louis. It software replaced replace. That's my take. I'm like why i agree with this system that enables trust but anyway. I completely agree with you on that point so anyway but i did want to ask you about this. Physically settled versus cash settled so as you know <hes> obviously c._m._e. Bitcoin futures are cash settled meaning anthony. The payoff happens in u._s. Dollars yet and so obviously if the bitcoin prices fluctuating depending on when you settle you can end up with a different amount don't <hes> but backed an ex are launching physically settled ones where you know if it's a contract for one bitcoin you get one bitcoin which is just one bitcoin so who i just wanted to get your opinion on on physically settled for just versus cash settled and maybe explain a little bit about why the semi ones were cash settled yeah i will tell you it's a very practical problem. Which is you have in seamy for example. How is it made up. You've got the mark infrastructure firm arm sammy. It's got the platform. You've got <hes> clearing members which are attached or connected to sammy's platform. You've got brokers. I write attached and linked to see me see me platform. You also have customers. It's very rare that a customer is is a customer and then a clearing member also directly connected so you go through several layers right and imagine you get a new product out there. How are you going to get all of those clearing members to set up custody solutions for digital assets when they don't even know what is your las are. We're talking about june thousand fifteen in sixteen you tell me how you're going to move all these people to change systems or by new systems by the way don't even exist and risk manage this stuff off an old by the way they're regulated to to some degree and they're going to go to their respective like risk management board or committee mitty and get sign off for something called bitcoin that nobody really understands or knows about. I mean think about the awesome amount of friction..

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"u._s" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on Unchained

"Way. I'll let you guys in on something which i'm enough years out where we can talk about this but <hes> i remember remember. I think it was coined. S. two thousand seventeen i was right before i left the firm because i left siemian july to seventeen and we'd already you know written the specs and we were going through with a whole bunch of people around what that would look like and potential traders and we're working on the design of it and then what the you know how the mechanics would work and people would get connected because there's a whole host of things that need to happen for this thing to trade and i do remember at one point we <hes> we organized a meeting meeting with the top ten to twelve trading houses who would do this crypto and it's all the law the famous names you can think of now in early in the early days as who would have traded this potentially <hes> and i remember we convened this meeting and we were like do not tell people because it was during consensus and we're like do not tell people people. We don't want people gatecrashing his keep us under wraps and i will tell you i was so proud of all of the traders. Nobody said a word. The meeting being happened and it was great. We went over the specs. We talked about the problems of physical versus. Non cash shuttled u._s. Dollar basis this risk like it was a very it was a really great conversation. It was a very constructive conversation and we got good feedback and i will say i was singularly shocked. I was i swore somebody would leak it and no one did <hes> <hes>. I wonder if i know any of those people in widely anyway. I'm sorry i did appreciate it. I mean you know because we have. We could have actually blown up our ability to do this properly. <hes> you know with the confidence of the c._f._t._c. and that's the other thing is that trust is every we trust right and ultimately this is all built on trust in human trust of each other brain as mike about tressler systems yeah but that's the thing they're not trust louis. It software replaced replace. That's my take. I'm like why i agree with this system that enables trust but anyway. I completely agree with you on that point so anyway but i did want to ask you about this. Physically settled versus cash settled so as you know <hes> obviously c._m._e. Bitcoin futures are cash settled meaning anthony. The payout happens in u._s. Dollars yet and so obviously if the bitcoin prices fluctuating depending on when.

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"u._s" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We were talking about yesterday. Equal pay in women's soccer specifically with the national team. I there neither side budging. Neither side is party and you women's soccer u._s. Soccer as a whole but specifically typically women's soccer has released their thing about whether or not they're actually paying the women's players more than the men which if this ends up going into a courtroom they're going to want to see all the financial documents and everything else going forward again a number that's out there thirty four point one million for the women twenty six point four million for the men in the same period of time between twenty ten and two thousand eighteen <hes> the women continuing to scream equal pay and if they're bringing in the revenue we discussed it here and i'm not backing off of that statement if you're bringing in the revenue via capitalism which is how this country works. Did you get paid equal if you're not you don't now if you're in the executive offices of women of u._s. Soccer and you're a woman and you're doing the same job opposite man you damn well better be getting paid the exact same amount of money that's how it works but if you're on the field and you're being compensated by fannies and he's in the seats and ratings you gotta get the ratings up there and get the fannies in the seats simple as that the atlanta football coach m._l._s. clarify his statements statements. He's looking forward to the time when women's soccer is financially on the same par with men so the women could get paid equally all right. He was clarifying so he didn't lose his job. Which what it came down here but again i'll challenge you any of these listeners out there to go. Oh look at a women's professional soccer game and tell me why the maximum amount of fannies in the seat is thirteen thousand for any of their franchises and why the minimum emma is three thousand. That's family and friends took a long while for m._l._s. to get there on the men's professional women's level you look at another decade. Perhaps to all right. We're out. We're.

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"u._s" Discussed on I Mean... Why Not?!

I Mean... Why Not?!

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on I Mean... Why Not?!

"Just talking to read one of their tour hands or about that and he's like he was telling me how he was like the only one like all day j- noticing it and so he went out to remove the mother's age but the fun thing is we're not there. We're sitting on our sofas but we get to watch the whole thing became media so i feel like we all get to be a part of their shows. I was hilar- there's nothing like being shows but still social media's next the next thing next best thing about it so i just feel you like social. Media gives just gives us a window to like what we're missing and so i love social media for that reason. There's so many good things about it but like we were saying earlier. There's also so many things about about it. That seem a little bit fake like aspects of it that like your rudeness can come out and you're like there's so many good things right so many good things. There's a lot of things that i think when you have younger children to like things you want to protect them from absolute which i think a lot of the kids are facing those days which sh we never even our older kids never had to really grow up with the right i mean we're not so different now for like you know recent really on social media to where she's doing it herself right. <hes> you get a little older. You need to interview our kids. Yeah talk to our kids doc about issues that they face or they deal with with it. Yeah exactly. Let's do that for a future podcast. I think so. I think that's that's a good idea i can't i just can't imagine like i think in terms of anna mostly when i think about social media and i can't imagine the pressure of like always like i don't there's just so many people who are like so like fashion oriented in the everything's always perfect and everything looks so good and you always looks like no one has a pimple and no one has and you just feel like so much pressure to be that person and like i. It's just so much pressure. I felt pressure as a kid trying to live up to everybody. Else's like sort of you know the unspoken expectations of what you're supposed to look like getting your terms that we had or whatever to be popular but now it's like a global thing yeah a little bit of next eleven. Now it's own. I agree but so let's do it in the future. Let's have some of our yeah definitely and boy yeah because i know ryan deals with the same kind of stuff but i feel like girls in particular to have a hard time in u._s. Have girls acid totally different. Yeah all right sure yeah. Let's do that and the little guys wanna hear that you guys want to hear about our girl no kids and let in maybe there's certain <hes> topics within it that you'd want to find out more about or you'd want us to cover when we had someone ask us or when we ask questions on twitter like what are you guys. I want to hear on our podcast. We've got a lot of those people saying. How do you navigate social media right you know how do your kids navigate social media. How you know all it does show part of everyone's lives and it is it is a part of life no matter how you try to have to take it you have to be able to to not be so serious about it though you can't make your entire life and like especially these kids who thinking taking yourself so serious and stuff like how many times have you guys had a picture picture taken of you at a show up in your tagged photos and you have like okay for me. I'll speak for myself. I have like eighty seven shins shen literally eighty-seven chins and i'm like okay. That's like flight and i'm not happy about it. I had a show just the last time i was on there. <hes> this girl is like. Can you get a picture and i was holding your phone. I don't know how it went down but she took a picture of me and i looked at it real quick and i had like forty seven chins uh-huh. Oh no no no no. We're taking another picture and so..

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"u._s" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"By knowing what the U._S. U._S. knew about them. The U._S._S._R. was able to stay one step ahead of its Cold War rival in its own intelligence activities as the money kept coming in George found new luxuries to augment his bachelor lifestyle in addition to his addiction to what he called the good good life. Georgia's profligate spending was also a strategy for avoiding detection the K._G._B...

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"u._s" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The children are dirty. They're sick. They're being detained for long periods of time. And they're hungry. an immigration lawyer describes what she saw when she visited children being held at the u._s. mexico border some of the children are given a thin blanket or sheet to sleep with but as punishment sometimes those blankets and sheets are taken away today on the takeaway how the u._s. immigration system treats children i'm tansy vega also on the show the black community and south ben reacts to me or buddha judges handling of a police shooting there's a saying that if you don't practice what you've reached in what you preach only speech and it won't reach and we have the first part in our new series life after overdose and i remember thinking that we would evolved in better off and especially her if she had just died during that first overdose To take away. We'll be right back after these headlines. live from n._p._r. news in washington i'm janine herbst president trump is imposing additional sanctions against iran after calling off a military strike over that country's downing of u._s. military drone last week and peers mara liasson has more president trump signed an order that he says will impose hard hitting sanctions on iran it will deny on supreme leader and other top rainiers access to financial instruments the president said he plans to increase pressure on tehran so that they will never get a nuclear weapon this comes after trump ordered then reversed himself on a military strike against iran after iran shocked down a u._s. drone there's a lot of restraint has been shown by us a lot of restraint and that doesn't mean we're going to show it in the future president trump pulled the u._s. out of the nuclear deal and placed crippling economic sanctions on iran in the hopes iran would agree to a different deal or change its behavior that has not happened mara n._p._r. news washington u._n.'s high commissioner for human rights michelle balat is criticizing governments that prosecute people who helped migrants flee their country or enter another one illegally lisa shlein explains but sledge calls this worrying trend this year should reports more than one hundred ordinary people in europe have been arrested or prosecuted for feeding hungry migrants helping them find shelter or even in one case getting a woman in labor to a hospital to give birth persecutions of ordinary people seeking to helping deals in distress hold taking place in the united states and elsewhere in several countries newly measures aimed to penalize and ios which rescued people drowning at sea bucks let's says criminalising acts of basic human decency must be resisted for n._p._r. news i'm lisa shlein in geneva extreme be easier to figure out your medical bills president trump is expected to sign an executive to order this hour requiring doctors insurers and other health providers to disclose more information about prices before the patient receives healthcare services health and human services secretary alex as our asian empowerment of course requires grandparents around price and quality those rules aimed to bring that transparency to the healthcare system where patients usually don't find out how much a procedure costs until they get a bill in the mail a longstanding ban on immoral or scandalous words and symbols has been struck down by the supreme court the justices today ruled against the trump administration which defended the law involving a clothing brand with a name that could be heard as follow language the court found the law the nineteen o five law violated constitutional free speech rights wall street is trading and mixed territory at this hour the dow is up twenty points at twenty six thousand seven hundred thirty nine the nasdaq down eighteen points at eighty thirteen the s. and p. five hundred is down three points at twenty nine forty seven you're listening to n._p._r. news and i'm jimmy floyd for w._n._y._c. in new york at three or four the democratic presidential debates begin later this week the d._n._c. and n._b._c. networks randomly divided the crowded field of candidates into two groups of ten appearing on two consecutive nights when thursday and thursday ford and political science professor christina greer says for candidates with low poll numbers like senators cory booker and kirsten gillibrand as well as mayor bill de blasios this will be an important opportunity to pick up some momentum their main issue will be introducing themselves to potential voters and potential donors from across the country you know all of them will have their websites that they'll shut out really quickly i'm sure the debates take place from nine to eleven pm on wednesday and thursday nights they air on n._b._c. m._s._n._b._c. and telemundo and of course we will have coverage starting on wednesday morning here on w._n._y._c. a pair of daredevil siblings has successfully cross times square on a high wire nick and liana will end up made the walk twenty five stories above as onlookers watched the stunt sunday it was liana will lend us first stunt since an accident two years ago left her with severe injuries she says she's no longer haunted by that near death experience i was worried i was going to be more nervous but but what i said israel the fear really is gone i had i had gotten fear kind of grip me for a little bit after the accident and i it's gone i was home the will lend us completed their walk across a thirteen hundred.

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"u._s" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

The Side Hustle Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"u._s" Discussed on The Side Hustle Show

"Using different ad network unfortunately the traffic the site dropped off before she had a chance to recoup her full investment stacey said she she had overlooked one thing. It was a fad site based on a single smartphone APP since APPs typically have a short life cycle. She recommended avoiding this type of site in the future she took this as another part of the learning curve and after taking her lumps on these I a two purchases things started to better I recommend really starting small but letting each learn just come with you and you'll be able to start making really good purchases stacey said of her experiences. When starting out your criteria in buying an audience will will probably be different but stacey homed in on a few criteria the made sense for her expired listings by filtering to expired listings on flipper? She sees sites that didn't sell when they were up for live auction this means she doesn't have to participate in live bidding incan potentially pick them up for a better price by talking to the owner monetize with ads sense Stacey knows how to increase revenue by switching at networks improving site speed and testing ad placements so she looks recites making revenue with absence for her those may be undervalued earning five hundred dollars or more per month below that it might not be worth the time it takes to manage the site evergreen niches she now only by sites. They're built around niches. She understands the cover evergreen content no more fad sites when she finds sites that fit the above criteria stacey messages the seller and asks to be added to the Google analytics from there she can verify that the traffic is real. Check for an dips in traffic or abnormalities over time and ask the seller any questions stacey wants most of the traffic to come from organic search in U._S. based viewers. This is because most advertisers pay more for U._S.. Traffic in because organic traffic is more consistent in easier.

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"u._s" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"u._s" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"With chip, Kelly and UCLA as anyone excited about what he's doing, with the Bruins, coming out of the, gates oh, I think people, are really. Interested to see, we're awaiting see fan base here in los angeles although u._c._l._a. fans are out of their mind happy about this 'cause they remember when the bruins used to take on oregon what kind of offense they had i mean oregon is you remember they ran over people they've passed all over the place marcus mariota we we're used to seeing that kind of offense coming from an oregon team chip kelly teen can't that translate to u._c._l._a. if that can translate bruin fans will be through the moon on this because especially u._s._c. has kind of dominated things of late of course darnold has gone a lot of key players for the trojans are gone if kelly system that he puts in out westwood works they were going to be really big they were going to be a lot of fans going nuts on that and of course when the u._s._c. u._c._l._a. game comes later this year that's going to be a highlights so new quarterback at u._s._c. that doesn't sound like eleven win season to me No. The top, it off they haven't made up their minds. Specifically who it's going to be there's still three, guys going after it so the you know the transfer from the transfer from mater dei. Coming in I think that it's going to be interesting to see who he picks I know who use leaning towards but the big question is who's going. To be, there at the. End and then watching that youngster because he's going to. Be young be either a redshirt freshman Daniel yeah exactly, if that's the JT Daniels is the. Guy well then we're gonna see a guy get thrown in there and. See how he, does in front of some really season two college, players and that's gonna be fun he was a hell of. A high school quarterback I'll tell you that much You know. You don't hear a lot about high school football players nationally if you asked me and then I you. Know I had heard about him I had seen highlight so that kid play I can't wait to see how he does at the, next level Randy always good catching. Up, thanks. For all the great insight into what's going. On, around LA all right you got, it Scott all right Randy Kurt dune Canucks ten seventy in Los Angeles on events tonight eight by. By two one two four. Two two seven to get on the bench we. Want to hear from.

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"u._s" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"u._s" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Ensuring. The health and safety of all American athletes and today marks the third hearing in our, ongoing investigation I'd like to. I acknowledge that the incredible statement made at, last week's Espy awards watching over one hundred survivors take the stage to accept. The Arthur Ashe. Courage award if if you haven't had a chance to see that ceremony on courage to do so the actions these brave. Actions of our young, athletes who shed light on, their painful pasts have invigorated a national calling for change and I'm glad to have so many of them with us this afternoon Since initiating are bipartisan investigation the subcommittee has held to. Critical hearings in which the members of the committee and the American public heard from distinct. Witness panels on their experiences related to procedural missteps and. Cultural inaction experienced within these troubled organizations in the first hearing we heard testimony from four survivors of abuse across different Olympic sports who shared personal experiences about the stomach. Practices that have safeguarded perpetrators have safeguarded perpetrators have both inhibited victims from coming forward and, it prevented, victims reports from coming to light all the survivors we've met have highlighted the institutional failures that have allowed these heinous, acts to continue which we recommit ourselves to fixing my being here today once again i'd like to echo my appreciation for those survivors in the many others who spoken to us and to our staff regarding their painful experiences their insight insightful recommendations on what needs to be done to correct these failures are certainly appreciate it and continued to be considered as this committee works toward thoughtful and lasting change in the second hearing we called on former u._s._a. gymnastics c._e._o. steve penny former women's program director of u._s._a. gymnastics rhonda fain and former michigan state university president dr liu and simon to provide testimony and answer questions on how rampant abuse that took place in the hands of nassar was able to perpetuate for as long as it did i would also like to note that scott blackmun the former president of u._s. olympic committee and martha karoly former national team coordinator for u._s._a. gymnastics were invited to attend but declined for medical reasons there were a number of significant details that came to light from the questions posed in that hearing including u._s._a. gymnastics mishandling of critical medical records lack of communication to in within michigan state university related to sexual abuse reports against their employees and most significant complete lack the complete lack of cooperation demonstrated by mr penny refusal to answer questions from these findings along with continued analysis of lengthy documentation produced by u._s._a. gymnastics u._s. olympic committee and michigan state university we continue to pursue answers to many serious questions remain for the current executives of these organizations most importantly we expect to hear today which aspects of their systems and cultures have changed and how they plan to implement serious reforms moving forward joining us today as mr john england interim president of michigan state university ms susanne lions the acting c._e._o. of u._s. olympic committee miscarry perry president and c._e._o. of u._s._a. gymnastics and mister show chair of the u._s. olympic committee athlete advisory council is my expectation we will receive full cooperation of today's panel answering the subcommittee's questions to the best of their abilities We are also honored to welcome the chairman and ranking member of the Senate Judiciary committee, Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Senator Dianne Feinstein of California to the, subcommittee to provide opening, testimony given their, leadership and work with chairman thune of the commerce committee. To, enact the protecting young victims from sexual abuse and safe sport authorization act of two thousand seventeen let me also add the ranking member of. The commerce committee Senator Nelson their testimony today we'll be invaluable in helping this subcommittee further raise. Awareness and, identify solutions that will make a difference we have explored US center for safe sports in our conversations and we appreciate the role that they do and may play let me, thank you Senator Senator Grassley and, Senator, Feinstein for, your efforts in this regard in the past and the time you've taken to prepare and present your testimony today I conclude my opening..

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"u._s" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"u._s" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From n._p._r. news i'm michelle martin we're going to focus our entire program on one subject today president trump's relationship with russia and flat amir putin and we know we're taking a bit of a risk here we know some people may think they've heard enough about it we know some may think this is partisan we know some major say this is the weekend i want to hear about the movies or other fun topics we're going to go back to other stories tomorrow including new movie we think you want to hear about but at the end of what may be one of the most consequential weeks of this presidency what may be one of the most consequential for u._s. diplomacy in decades we feel it's important to take a look back to take stock of what we know and what we don't yet know about what happened and why so let's do a quick review let's start on monday when president trump appeared with vladimir putin to face the media after a two hour meeting staffed only by their interpreters now remember this is just days after twelve russian military intelligence officers were indicted by u._s. grand jury For their role in stealing and disseminating information from, political targets during the two thousand sixteen election Putin denied it. And a joint press conference after the summit President Trump was. Asked who he believed Hooton or US intelligence. My first question for you, sir is who do. You believe by second question is would you now with the. Whole world watching tell President Putin would you denounce, what happened in. Two thousand sixteen warned him to never, do it again so let me just say that we have to thoughts you have groups that, are wondering why the FBI never took the server why haven't they take. The server why was the FBI told to leave the office of the Democratic National Committee I've been wondering that I've been asking that for months and. Months and I've been tweeting it. Out and calling it out on social media where is the server I want to know where is the server and what is the server. Saying, with that being said all I can do is ask the question my people came to me Dan coach came. To me and some others they? Said they think it's Russia I have President Putin he just said it's not? Russia I will say this I don't see any reason why it, would be after nearly twenty four hours of criticism President Trump said he. Misspoke it should have been obvious I would be obvious but I, would like to fly just in case it was an, accused sentenced in my remarks I said the. Word would instead of wooden The sentence should. Have been I don't see. Any reason why would why. Get wouldn't rush the, next day in a cabinet meeting at the White House the president was asked if Russia is. Still targeting the US still targeting after president The president, was overheard saying no and press secretary Sarah Sanders was asked later to clarify that Ask the president. Is. Russia's still targeting US she said no So the president actually believes the question and his, his physician the rush is not doing anything to interfere metal the twenty dealer's chancellor speaking, with the president after, his comments, and the president was said thank you very much say.

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"u._s" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"u._s" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The Minnesota department of public safety says the. One hundred deadliest days of summer on state road stretches. From Memorial Day to Labor Day preliminary numbers show sixty six people have, lost their lives so far that, number was sixty seven this time last year Mike Hansen is director of the office, of traffic safety he says there have been many multi fatal crashes too far too many of those where we're seeing two and three people killed in just. One single it takes an awful lot of things for that to happen and the unfortunate part is all of these are presentable at least five people are known to have been distracted driving related deaths nineteen involves speed thirteen alcohol related seven were not wearing seatbelts the x. games underway for a second consecutive year at u._s. bank stadium officials say last year more than one hundred thousand people attended the four day event in this year even more are expected to see two hundred athletes define gravity attempting moves that have never been done before ryan mcginnis with the x. game says it'll be an exciting few days in and around the stadium the athletes will dictate that for sure i mean it's all about progression we never know what they're gonna do and i think they saved their best stuff for this weekend so we look forward to what they've they're they're going to bring but it's really kind of the youth movement in terms of who's going to be vying for the gold medals this year we got a lot of younger kids that are up and coming that are going to be challenging you know the last year's champ so it should be should be interesting to watch for sure the games featuring skateboarding b._m._x. in motocross officially kicks off today and run through sunday sloan martin w._c._t._c..

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