In episode 17 we review the story of Abdul Latif Sharif, an Egyptian-born chemist and chief suspect in the Juárez killings. Join as as we dig deep into the details a decade-long murder spree that began in the Mexican city of Ciudad Juárez in the early 1990s. This is A Grave Podcast.
Hun er model, ejer af en kosmetikforretning, hun er det største debatemne på Reddit, og så er hun pisse træt af ALLE JER KLAMME MÆND DER BLIVER VED MED AT SENDE GAVER PÅ MOBILEPAY OG AUBERGINE EMOJIS! STOP SÅ!!! DER BLEV SAGT STOP.Velkommen til den dyreste pige i byen, Laila Faris Latif!I dag skal vi finde ud af, hvorfor mænd er så fucking klamme, vi skal rate pølser, og så skal vi selvfølgelig riste skumfiduser.Tsunami lærte:- Laila er blevet forgiftet- Produceren på “De Dyre Piger” synes hun er lækker- Hendes livret var engang bøfsandwich- Chano har tørt skæg og tør hovedbund- Hun har ikke altid været kristen…__________________________________________________Værter: Sebastian Peebles & Chano JørgensenGæst: Laila Faris LatifProducer/tilrettelægger: Josephine RombyMusik: Upright-Music
Back at the Banc for the final time on a Saturday night until playoffs, LAFC looked to make a statement. It's safe to say that they did, hanging a 5-spot on Charlotte as they embark on 3 matches in 8 days! Here on Episode 208, we cover all 5 goals, the birth of Filly, and so much more!While the first half was a little sluggish, LAFC had quality set pieces while looking for a way through Charlotte's block of 9 in the back. Brian Rodriguez played well, Eddie Segura got the start, and both Gareth Bale and Giorgio Chiellini got some rest. And then... the second half started. Four minutes in, Muri got on the end of a beautiful ball from Chiqui to begin the spiral. 10 minutes later, Cifu puts home a rebound on a WIDE open net after another solid set piece. The big guns got into the act next, with both Carlos Vela and Chicho Arango scoring just 3 minutes apart, and just when you thought it was safe, LAFC gets some help from Charlotte. Maxime Crepeau plays a beautiful long ball to Mahala, who then springs Latif with a great pass. His initial shot was saved by Kahlina, but Anton Walkes, Charlotte defender, walked the ball right into the back of the net off his own chest. 5-0 LAFC. Also on this episode, we wish happy birthday to Fiily, Sujin, Connor, Magic, Chiellini, Kovar, and even Rodrigo Pacheco! Both Pablo Escobar AND Christian Bale make appearances as the Defenders "switch the flip" several times. We'll see you in 48 hours for 209!
Un grand merci au chat, aux follows & sub ! --------------------------------------------------------------- Un live sans langue de bois avec Linkexelo, M4rtelus, Kima & Arktall ! ► https://twitter.com/kahikusu ► https://twitter.com/Linkexelo ► https://twitter.com/M4rtelus ► https://twitter.com/Kima_Live ► https://twitter.com/iamarktall --------------------------------------------------------------- 00:00 : Intro et programme de la semaine 02:54 : Résultats & actu de la commu 06:17 : Fréquentation de l'EVO par nation 14:23 : La galère des français pour aller à l'EVO 19:40 : Latif vs Hotashi, NA vs EU + dinguerie de Gootecks 29:35 : Les résultats & debrief GGStrive 35:20 : Les résultats KOFXV, GBVS, MK11, MB & SkullGirls 41:17 : Résultats & débrief Tekken 7 45:50 : Résultats & débrief SFV 55:45 : Résultats & débrief DBFZ 1:10:45 : Résultats + cashprize MultiVersus 1:12:48 : L'argent de le esport 1:13:56 : Les jeux indé de l'EVO 1:21:38 : Sticks arcade & écran de l'EVO 1:32:45 : MultiVersus saison 1 en retard 1:34:06 : La roadmap de Melty Blood 1:35:17 : Marie arrive dans Skullgirls 1:36:40 : Le rollback netcode de Persona 4 Ultimax dispo 1:38:42 : DNF sera patché en aout 1:39:23 : L'annonce GBVS fait jazzer 1:50:57 : La roadmap GGStrive Saison 2 (Bridget, vente...) 1:59:19 : DBFZ aura du rollback netcode 2:14:08 : Tekken 8 teasé + plan Tekken World Tour 2:24:51 : Crossplay KOFXV, Team Samurai, Kim + Shingo dans KOFXV 2:31:08 : Garou 2 devient officiel 2:38:10 : La Street Fighter League Europe 2:42:04 : Présentation de Kimberley et Juri dans Street Fighter 6 3:00:30 : Débrief - EVO trop long ? 3:05:21 : Débrief - Hitbox à bannir ? 3:09:47 : Débrief - Pourquoi les japonais sont si forts ? 3:11:22 : Débrief - Les jeux de combat + faciles à regarder ? 3:14:44 : Les dates de l'EVO Japan 2023 3:22:34 : Fin de l'émission, profitez bien des vacances ! Des bisous
About Today's GuestUmar Latif, MD is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology with board certification in General Psychiatry, Geriatric Psychiatry, and Addiction Medicine. He was selected as a George W. Bush Institute Scholar as part of the 2021 Stand-To Veteran Leadership program in service of improving veteran outcomes.Dr. Latif currently serves as the National Medical Director of Help for Heroes, a multisite specialty program he helped design as co-founder, to meet the clinical needs of active-duty service members, veterans and first responders who are dealing with mental health and substance abuse issues. He also works as the Medical Director of Carrollton Springs Hospital and has a private practice at The Noesis Clinic: an adult and geriatric outpatient private practice that specializes in early detection of Alzheimer's dementia and TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation).For a decade prior to this, Dr. Latif co-founded and served as the Medical Director of Freedom Care at UBH Denton, which he helped develop. Under his leadership, this program grew into a multi-location inpatient psychiatry program specializing in PTSD and dual diagnosis treatment for active duty military members and veterans referred from 120 plus national & international installations.His other professional roles in the past have included the position of Medical Director of the Telepsychiatry program at Dallas VA Medical Center, and faculty appointment as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UT Southwestern Medical Center.Dr. Latif completed his residency training at Wayne State University in Michigan and postgraduate fellowship training at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. He also earned a certificate in “Executive Healthcare Leadership” from Cornell University. Links Mentioned In This EpisodeHelp for Heroes ProgramPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor Resource of the Week is the PsychArmor course Barriers to Treatment. In this course, you will learn how differences in military culture affect mental health and how to help service members or veterans overcome barriers to seeking treatment. You can find a link to the resource here: https://learn.psycharmor.org/courses/barriers-to-treatment This Episode Sponsored By:This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
You can't be a ride or die unless you have trust: a firm belief in the reliability, ability, and strength of one another. Growing in love requires that we grow in trust. Trust means relying on one another, being safe with one another and having confidence as well. When you grow up together after marrying young, you discover and rediscover each other over the years; giving into trust fully challenges our vulnerabilities, as we make mistakes and simply need room to mature. Latif and Aisha have grown together and developed a bond of trust that is safe. We'll talk about their life experiences and how their demanding schedules lean hard on trusting one another to stay in sync. We'll discover more about the power of love and their relationship success as we tap into their journey of growing together. Key Discussion Points: Loveless Introductions - 7:42 The One - 11:47 20 Years of Marriage - 19:48 Bringing Up The Past - 30:13 Work Life Balance - 37:19 Marriage Advice - 58:05 Love, Life and Happiness - 1:04:17 Connect With Denise: https://linktr.ee/denisetaylorlive Website: www.denisetaylor.live Facebook: Denise Taylor, Instagram: @denisetaylor.live This episode is brought to you BY: Couples Love Week & I'm the Good Thing! Key Takeaways: "When you find that connection that inspires you that way, it transforms your life." - Denise Taylor “If you are really trying to connect with me like you did, when I was 18, you have to grow with me. You have to be willing to allow me to make mistakes. You have to willing to allow forgiveness to be a huge factor.” - Denise Taylor “I've had to unlearn and I'm still unlearning that I don't have to do it all myself.” - Latif Loveless Love, Life and Happiness Wisdom: Life Wisdom: That it's gonna work out, that it's gonna be okay and that it is bigger and better than what you thought it was. - Aisha Loveless “Life is your puzzle, nobody can tell you where to put the pieces; make the picture what you want it to be.” - Latif Loveless Love Wisdom: “It's a process and it's not what you thought it would be; it's what you make it. “ - Latif Loveless “You just have to surround yourself with people who are encompassing all of the things that the Bible tells us that love is.” - Aisha Loveless Happiness Wisdom: “I don't pursue happiness, I pursue joy” - Aisha Loveless “You deserve it. You deserve to be happy.” - Latif Loveless Welcome to Embrace Your Power with Denise Taylor. If you've secretly wanted more despite having achieved meaningful success & results, you're going to love this podcast. Here, we believe you can build a life YOU love without apology. As high achievers, we often settle for a version of success that seems to prioritize everything and everyone else. Well, now is your season to soar. Hearing from achievers each week that faced this very choice and succeeded at overcoming obstacles, sticking with their true desire, and shaking off fear will inspire, encourage, and compel you to set yourself free to build a life you love. Denise Taylor has over 25 years of proven business and leadership success, over 25 years of relationship success, and over 50 years of life success. Denise's combined experiences position her to help women develop success strategies for every area of their life. When asked, Denise will quickly affirm she lives a “Blessed Life.” Despite facing and overcoming many traumas, losses, and disappointment, she persevered. And now she helps women build a life they love by embracing their power to be, do, have & achieve anything they want.
Another year of drought, another of famine, and even more disasters pile on for the early-13th-century Egyptians. We also see Abd al-Latif make a surprising 20th-century appearance. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here. I'm on Twitter @circus_human, Instagram @humancircuspod, and I have some things on Redbubble. Sources: Abd al-Laṭīf al-Baghdādī. A Physician on the Nile: A Description of Egypt and Journal of the Famine Years. NYU Press, 2021. Barber, Malcolm. The Crusader States. Yale University Press, 2012. Ellis, Richard. Imagining Atlantis. Knopf, 2012. Modern, John. Neuromatic: Or, A Particular History of Religion and the Brain. University of Chicago Press, 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
PKK terör örgütünün Irak'ın Duhok vilayetinin Zaho ilçesinde sivilleri hedef alan manipülatif terör saldırısı zamanlama açısından manidar ve kritik bir sürece işaret ederken aynı zamanda azmettirici hegemonik ülke olan Amerika'yı da deşifre ediyor. PKK terör örgütünün kadın çoluk çocuk demeden sivilleri hatta kundaktaki bebekleri bile katlettiği bu nedenle Güneydoğu illerimizde de 'bebek katili' olarak nefretle anıldığı millet olarak bildiğimiz gerçeklere işaret ediyor. ABD'nin PKK ve FETÖ terör örgütlerini NATO belgesinde terörist olarak tanıması ve kabul etmesi Türkiye'nin
Jassim Latif, Cofounder of Zipper and formerly Slack's first Platform and BD hire, joins the pod to talk about.- Reflecting on the early days at Slack.- Building an early ecosystem and raising capital on someone else's platform. - Gathering insights to build Zipper and unlock cross functional teams.- The boldest things founders have done to get on Jassim's radar and hacks to get on larger platforms' radars.
Das ist die Kurzversion von "heute wichtig", für alle, die es morgens eilig haben: Dass der Klimaschutz wichtig ist und wir unseren Planeten retten müssen, das ist in unser aller Bewusstsein, nur ziehen leider nicht alle Länder mit. China ist so ein Ausreißer. Der Klimaforscher Prof. Mojib Latif sagt, wir müssen uns auf die Willigen konzentrieren und die Unwilligen zurücklassen. Und das konsequent. Latif ist nicht nur Klimaforscher und Meteorologe, er ist auch Präsident der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Hamburg. Im Gespräch mit "heute wichtig"-Host Michel Abdoallhi unterstreicht er nochmal, dass wir keine Zeit mehr haben, Überzeugungsarbeit zu leisten.++++Das Gespräch mit Prof. Mojib Latif beginnt in der Langversion bei Minute 4:50.++++Host: Michel Abdollahi;Redaktion: Mirjam Bittner, Dimitri Blinski, Laura Csapó;Mitarbeit: Jennifer Heinzel;Produktion: Nicolas Femerling, Andolin Sonnen, Wei Quan, Lia Wittfeld, Aleksandra Zebisch+++Wer noch mehr exzellente, journalistische Inhalte des "stern" hören, lesen und streamen möchte, dem empfehlen wir unser Printheft oder unser Digitalangebot "stern Plus". Jetzt einen Monat gratis testen: www.stern.de/gratis++++Sie wollen Kontakt zu uns aufnehmen? Schreiben Sie uns an firstname.lastname@example.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dass der Klimaschutz wichtig ist und wir unseren Planeten retten müssen, das ist in unser aller Bewusstsein, nur ziehen leider nicht alle Länder mit. China ist so ein Ausreißer. Der Klimaforscher Prof. Mojib Latif sagt, wir müssen uns auf die Willigen konzentrieren und die Unwilligen zurücklassen. Und das konsequent. Latif ist nicht nur Klimaforscher und Meteorologe, er ist auch Präsident der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Hamburg. Im Gespräch mit "heute wichtig"-Host Michel Abdoallhi unterstreicht er nochmal, dass wir keine Zeit mehr haben, Überzeugungsarbeit zu leisten.++++Das Gespräch mit Prof. Mojib Latif beginnt bei Minute 4:50.++++Host: Michel Abdollahi;Redaktion: Mirjam Bittner, Dimitri Blinski, Laura Csapó;Mitarbeit: Jennifer Heinzel;Produktion: Nicolas Femerling, Andolin Sonnen, Wei Quan, Lia Wittfeld, Aleksandra Zebisch+++Wer noch mehr exzellente, journalistische Inhalte des "stern" hören, lesen und streamen möchte, dem empfehlen wir unser Printheft oder unser Digitalangebot "stern Plus". Jetzt einen Monat gratis testen: www.stern.de/gratis++++Sie wollen Kontakt zu uns aufnehmen? Schreiben Sie uns an email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Multi-award-winning Global Head of DEI at M&C Saatchi Group, Taz, talks to us about her purpose-led journey from teaching to becoming the only woman of colour in a leadership position at her current company, covering the joys and pains of doing such meaningful yet heavy work.
As we embark on the third century of episodes here at Defenders of the Banc, LAFC heads north of the border to take on Vancouver at BC Place, a stadium that has been more of a house of horrors for LAFC of late. Aren't Canadians supposed to be polite?This match would see LAFC start quite the interesting lineup. With Carson looming on the horizon, LAFC was... cautious. No Chiqui Palacios, Brian Rodriguez, or Carlos Vela, the latter two because of injury and the former because of the chance of picking up a yellow, which would force him to sit out the next match. Only 6 on the bench, because, in Coach Dolo's words, "Everyone who was healthy was there." A 3-5-2 lineup, a formation that hasn't brought much success to the Black and Gold of late. And of course, turf. Awful, awful turf. On the bright side, Latif and Mamadou were back in the starting lineup! LAFC was doing everything they could to get out healthy and ready to take on Carson in 6 days. The only thing they didn't take back home with them was a point.Let's be real: Neither side really created many chances of note. Latif banged one off the crossbar in the 12th minute for the best chance for either side in the first half. Aside from Lucas Cavallini doing all he could to get red-carded in the first half, that's pretty much it. The second half seemed to be much of the same story, until about the 80th minute, when Vancouver took it up a notch and forced LAFC to play defensively in a formation they didn't love to be in. Just before the 90-minute mark, it's Cubas slotting one home to the right of a diving Crepeau after LAFC biffed several attempts to clear, and just like that, it's more horror at BC Place. LAFC falls 1-0.Also on this episode, we really enjoy our time at King of Wings in Lawndale! Filly and Scarf talk spicy food and wearing MLS kits to NWSL matches. It might not have been the best result, but at least it's a fun episode of Defenders! See you at the Banc for the Derby!
What happens when the river fails to rise? In 597 (1200), Abd al-Latif found famine, crime, and cannibalism. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here. I'm on Twitter @circus_human, Instagram @humancircuspod, and I have some things on Redbubble. Sources: Abd al-Laṭīf al-Baghdādī. A Physician on the Nile: A Description of Egypt and Journal of the Famine Years. NYU Press, 2021. Lev, Yaacov. Administration of Justice in Medieval Egypt: From the 7th to the 12th Century. Edinburgh University Press, 2020. Lewicka, Paulina B. Food and Foodways of Medieval Cairenes: Aspects of Life in an Islamic Metropolis of the Eastern Mediterranean. Brill, 2011. Traveling Through Egypt: From 450 B.C. to the Twentieth Century, edited by Deborah Manley & Sahar Abdel-Hakim. American University in Cairo Press, 2008. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Berzahı, bilinenle bilinmeyenin, var olanla yok olanın, sabit olanla fâni olanın, düşünebilir olanla olmayanın arasını ayıran bir durum, diye tanımlayan İbnü'l-Arabî, cisimler ve manalar arasındaki şehadet aleminde özel bir berzah olarak konumlandırdığı insanı da berzahî ilişkilerin merkezine yerleştirir. Bu yanıyla berzah, insanın varlığa ve kendisine dair tefekküründe ayırma vasfının yanı sıra, var oluşu, ruhu, canı, cismi, nefsi ve nefesi, zahiri ve bâtını birbirlerine karıştırmadan birleştirme vasfına sahiptir. Bu esaslarda berzah zaten iki şeyi birleştiren ve onlardan bir toplam olması bakımından ayırandır, zira birleştirme ayrının varlığını gerektirir. Ekrem Demirli tercümesiyle, İbnü'l-Arabî'nin Fütuhât-ı Mekkiyye'sinden belli aralıklarla yaptığımız seçmelere, berzah, ruh, nefs ve nefes temasıyla devam edeceğiz. Şeyh Muhyiddin diyor ki: “Berzah yolunda (...) özellikle Allah'ı bilenler yürür. (FM XI: 314) “Kıyamet de bir berzahtır ve bu bağlamda varlıkta berzah olmayan bir şey yoktur. Çünkü iki şey iki şey arasında düzenleniştir. Berzah, bir şeyin iki şey arasına yerleştirilmesi demektir. Şimdiki zaman da öyledir ve 'süreklilik' diye isimlendirilir. Manevi şeyler dair, duyulur şeyler ise küredir. Oluşta 'uç' diye bir şey yoktur, çünkü dairenin ucu yoktur. Her parça iki parça arasındaki berzahtır. (...) Latif olan kesifle taşınır ve o 'ruh' diye isimlendirilir. İnsan onun nedeniyle canlıdır ve kalbin içinden çıkan, gelişme ve dokunma duygusu denilen bedenin parçalarına yayılan bir buhardır.” (FM XI: 352) “Allah Teala kendisini 'İki el sahibi' olmakla nitelemiştir ve iki el arasında bulunan berzahtır.” (FM XII: 48) “Allah Teala kendisi hakkında hüküm verirken önce nefes sahibi olduğunu bildirmiş, nefesini Rahman'a izafe etmiştir. (...) Nefes kendi nedeniyle ortaya çıkan ve Rab ismiyle bulunduğu ilk gaybtır.” (FM XIII: 3230) “Sana nefsinden daha yakın bir mülk yoktur ve nefsin sahiplik iddiasında bulunan şeydir.” (FM XIV: 58) “Suretler mertebeye göre ve hareket ettirenden meydana gelen kasta göre şekillenir. Misal olarak kendi mahrecinde bir harfi var etmek isteyen insandan çıkan nefesteki harfleri verebiliriz. Nefesin çıkmasıyla (ve iradeyle birlikte) söz konusu harfin sureti, kendine aid mertebede ve mahreçte 'açılır.' İnsan o harfe mahsus bir isim belirler ve bu isim zikredildiğinde harfi diğerinden ayırır.” (FM XIV: 215) “İnsan, aklının herhangi bir şekilde varlığını imkânsız sandığı bir şeyi, berzah âleminde mevcut görür. Hiç kuşkusuz o gerçek bir şeydir ve duyu berzahta onu algılamıştır. Duyu için mekân değişmiş, bu nedenle hükümler de değişmiştir. Aklın imkânsız saydığı durum kendinde ve gerçekte de imkânsız olsaydı, o şey berzah mertebesinde varlıkla nitelenmezdi; halbuki berzahta duyu tarafından idrak edilmiş, hatta Allah ehli hakkal-yakîn bir şekilde onu idrak etmiştir.” (FM XV: 279) “Her uç, ancak berzahta kendisine bakan yönü bilir.”
Hayatı adrenalin dolu geçen 60'lı yaşlardaki Sami, eski bir film prodüktorudur. Kumara ve at yarışına olan tutkusu nedeniyle hayatta dikiş tutturamayan Sami'nin son uzatmalı sevgilisi, şöhret olmanın hayalini kuran otuzlu yaşlardaki Meloş'tur. Gelirinden fazlasını harcayan Sami, çevresindeki insanlara sürekli borçlanır. Onlardan biri de gayrimeşru yoldan zengin olan Bekir'dir. Bekir, Sami'den parasını almak için sağ kolu Latif'i görevlendirir. Sami türlü kurnazlıklarla bir süre kaçmayı başarsa da sonunda yakalanır. Parasını geri ödemesi için Sami'ye süre tanıyan Bekir, süre dolana kadar borcunu ödememesi karşılığında ceza olarak Sami'nin erkeklik organı kesilerek ünnet edilecektir. Sami, borcunu ödeyip kendisine verilecek cezadan kurtulabilecek midir?
A few months ago, co-Host Latif Nasser, who was otherwise healthy, saw blood in his poop. It was the start of a medical journey that made him not only question what was going on in his body, but also dig into the secret genetic story of how we became human. Curled up in a hospital bathroom, Latif tries to sort out whether his ordeal is the result of a long-lost sibling knifing him in the gut or, on the contrary, a long-forgotten kindness shared between two human-ish travelers. Special thanks to Azra Premiji, Avir Mitra, Suzanne Lehrer, David Reich, Sriram Sankararaman, Ainara Sistiaga, Carl Zimmer, Carly Mensch, Latif's GI Doctor Florence Damilola Odufalu and her entire team, and the staff at LA County-USC Medical Center and Keck USC hospitals who looked after Latif during his hospitalization. Support Radiolab by becoming a member of The Lab today. Radiolab is on YouTube! Catch up with new episodes and hear classics from our archive. Plus, find other cool things we did in the past — like miniseries, music videos, short films and animations, behind-the-scenes features, Radiolab live shows, and more. Take a look, explore and subscribe!
We keep the ball rolling as we are joined by a local stand-up comic and Muay Thai fighter Latif Idris! From his humble beginnings in Africa to his transformation into stand-up comedy, Latif shares his story and man is it something else! Where do we start with all the entertainment? From Stranger Things to Star Wars the guys talk about fandom and THE AWESOME 3rd Episode of Obi-Wan Kenobi. As a fan WHAT MORE COULD YOU ASK FOR!! The Next Open Mic Comedy Night is June 7th at Shooters Sports Bar and Grill in Springfield, VA starts at 7 pm Review, Share, Comment, Subscribe and Be Safe
We're all in a tizzy here at Radiolab on account of our 20-year anniversary. And, as one does upon passing a milestone, we've been looking back in all kinds of ways. Two weeks ago, we went out over the airwaves, “Live on your FM dial,” a callback to our origins as a radio show. We revamped our logo and redid our website (get your Freq on, people!). More recently, Lulu's and Latif's first stories came up in a meeting. They weren't always the intrepid hosts of our collective journey in wonder. Soren Wheeler, our editor, thought it would be fun to highlight those firsts for you. So here they are, baby Latif and Lulu, doing their darndest to make audio magic. Support Radiolab by becoming a member of The Lab today. Radiolab is on YouTube! Catch up with new episodes and hear classics from our archive. Plus, find other cool things we did in the past — like miniseries, music videos, short films and animations, behind-the-scenes features, Radiolab live shows, and more. Take a look, explore and subscribe!
Latif schreibt in seinem neuen Buch, dass es in Sachen Klima 5 nach 12 sei, dennoch könne man mit intelligenten politischen Entscheidungen das Schlimmste verhindern. Jochen Steiner im Gespräch mit Mojib Latif, Professor am GEOMAR Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel und an der Universität Kiel
Film writers Hanna Flint (Fade to Black podcast, The First Film Club) and Leila Latif (Little White Lies, Curzon, Total Film) return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Hannah's choice Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a 2000 wuxia (the adventures of martial artists in ancient China) film. Directed by Ang Lee and starring Chow Yun-fat as Li Mu Bai, Michelle Yeoh as Yu Shu Lien and Zhang Ziyi as Jen Yu. Li Mu Bai, a warrior, asks Yu Shu Lien, the woman he loves, to pass on his sword, Green Destiny, to Sir Te. However, when the sword is stolen, Li embarks on a mission to find it. It broke records for its box office gross for a foreign-language film and was nominated for 10 Academy Awards in 2001, including Best Picture, and won Best Foreign Language Film. The highest ever for a non-English language film, until it was equaled by Roma in 2018. The film gave a boost in popularity of Chinese wuxia films and led the way for films such as House of Flying Daggers and Hero having success with Western audiences. Unsurprisingly Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon scores highly from Flixwatcher and guests - with a very, very strong recommendability rating. Slightly lower scores for small screen give an overall rating of 4.39 [supsystic-tables id=268] Episode #256 Crew Links Thanks to Episode #256 Crew of Leila Latif (@Leila_Latif) and Hanna Ines Flint (@HannaFlint) from first_filmclub Find their Websites online at https://www.leilalatif.com/ and at https://twitter.com/artsemergency and at https://twitter.com/thegoodagencyuk and at https://twitter.com/first_filmclub and at https://twitter.com/fadetoblackpod and at https://www.flintonfilm.com/ Please make sure you give them some love More about Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon For more info on Never Rarely Sometimes Always, you can visit Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon IMDb page here or Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon Rotten Tomatoes page here. Final Plug! Subscribe, Share and Review us on iTunes If you enjoyed this episode of Flixwatcher Podcast you probably know other people who will like it too! Please share it with your friends and family, review us, and join us across ALL of the Social Media links below. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Like many people ever since, and even now, Abd al-Latif was fascinated by Egypt's ancient sites and structures, the pyramids and the Sphinx. He was fascinated, but also disgusted with how their stones and contents had been treated as his contemporaries looked to them less with wonder, more with greed. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here. I'm on Twitter @circus_human, Instagram @humancircuspod, and I have some things on Redbubble. Sources: Abd al-Laṭīf al-Baghdādī. A Physician on the Nile: A Description of Egypt and Journal of the Famine Years. NYU Press, 2021. Bonadeo, Cecilia Martini. ʿAbd Al-Laṭīf Al-Baġdādī's Philosophical Journey From Aristotle's Metaphysics to the ‘Metaphysical Science'. Brill, 2013. Ibn Abi Usaybi'a. A Literary History of Medicine. Edited by E. Savage-Smith, S. Swain, and G.J. van Gelder. Leiden, 2020. Joosse, Peter. The Physician as a Rebellious Intellectual. Peter Lang, 2014. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The gauntlet continues for LAFC, as match number 5 in May is a midweek affair against another solid Western Conference foe, Austin FC. What we hoped would be home-cooking turned out to be nothing more than a plate of stale broccoli, as LAFC falls to Austin, 2-1. The start of the match was more of what we have come to expect this season, as LAFC fell behind early. In the 13th minute, after a bad pass by wing back, that's right, wing back Kellyn Acosta led to a corner, Chiqui was unable to clear the ball and gave it right back to Austin. Jhojan Valencia found a wide open Ruben Gabrielsen for the opening salvo. It would remain 1-0 until a spot of brilliance from Diego Fagundez and a spot of bother from Mamadou Fall combined to allow Austin to double their lead. Just 5 minutes later, however, Carlos Vela would strike from the spot, notching his 100th point in MLS play. Unfortunately, it would turn out to be too little, too late for LAFC, and the clock struck midnight on the comeback. LAFC falls 2-1, and falls from 1 to 2 in the standings. Also on this episode, Vegas travels to lovely Birmingham, Carlos has richer friends, and Latif earns a boot none of us want. We will be right back to do this in just a few days, as the boys head to Columbus and look to reclaim their spot at the top of the table. Until then, enjoy 194!
Andrew speaks with domestic terrorist Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif. Abdul-Latif is serving an 18-year federal prison sentence for conspiracy to murder officers and agents of the United States, and conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction. Abdul-Latif and his co-defendant planned on using hand grenades and machine guns to attack a military entrance processing station in Seattle, Washington.www.unforbiddentruthpodcast.com
Episode Description:The first in a series of episodes looking at gestational age in the neonatal population. In this episode, we look at late-term and post-term babies, defined as 41+0/7-weeks or greater. Always the dyad expert, (and the only one of us not intimidated by these babies,) Darla helps us break down:What a late-term/post-term pregnancy looks likeRisks for both mom and babyAssessment findings and expectationsDevelopmental care for this gestational age groupWe also get into the psychosocial implications for late-term/post-term deliveries that end up in a NICU stay as well as some of the “sticky bits” like, how much can we trust the dates we are being told and what does it mean for parents to have access to so much information?BibliographyBannour, L., Bannour, R., Chahed, S., & Khairi, H. (2021). Prolonged pregnancy, incidence andmorbidity....14th European Public Health Conference (Virtual), Public health features in a changing world, November 10-12, 2021. European Journal of Public Health, Supplement, iii538-iii539.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2020). Infant Health. Retrieved from National Center for Health Statistics: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/infant-health.htmGoodman, D., Little , G., & Harrison, W. (2019). The Dartmouth Atlas of Neonatal Intensive Care. Hanover: The Trustees of Dartmouth College.Kliegman MD, R. M., St. Geme MD, J. W., Blum MD, N. J., Shah MD, M. S., Tasker, M. M., & Wilson MD, M. K. (2020). Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, Twenty-First Edition. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.Latif, S., & Aiken, C. (2021). Prolonged Pregnancy. Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Reproductive Medicine, 170-174.Majola, L., Budhram, S., Govender, V., Naidoo, M., Godlwana, Z., Lombard, C., & Moodley, D. (2021). Reliability of last menstrual period recall, an early ultrasound and a Smartphone App in predicting date of delivery and classification of preterm and postterm births. BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth, 1-9. Notes:AGA (Average for gestational age) - A baby who falls between the 10th and 90th percentile on the growth chartCooling - A term used to describe therapeutic hypothermia, a process which brings the baby's core temperature down, allowing the brain a chance to heal from hypoxic/ischemic injuryDubowitz - A scoring tool used at delivery to estimate the baby's gestational age. EEG (Electroencephalograph) - A test which uses electrodes to measure electric activity in the brainGrowth Chart - A tool used to determine a baby's weight, head circumference, and length in relation to other babies of the same age and gestation. There are several different growth charts, all of which may vary slightly, but your facility will have one that they use for their standard, allowing for an accurate assessment of growth over time.IUGR (Intrauterine Growth Restriction) - A baby who measures below the 4th percentile on the growth chartLGA (Large for Gestation) - A baby that measures above the 90th percentile on the growth chartSGA (Small for Gestation) - A baby that measures between the 4th and 10th percentile on the growth chart.
Week 9 of the MLS season is upon us, and a familiar face pays a visit to the Banc. Tyler Miller, no longer the starter, and his Minnesota United FC join us for Sunday services at the Cathedral of the Black and Gold. As the Loons would soon find out, good things come to those who sub in late! LAFC win an exciting affair, 2-0, behind two more goals from substitutes and staunch back line play. Looking to continue the weekend-long party that ACFC kicked off on Friday, LAFC forced several tough saves from the former Forward Madison 'Mingo, Dayne St. Clair in the first half, but the best chance of the first 45' came from Finnish forward Robin Lod. Crepeau made his only save of the half (and the match), and we head to the locker 0-0. Just past the hour mark, Dolo called on his bench to provide the heroics, as he inserted Moose and Cifu into the drama for Latif and Mahala. Ten minutes later, Ryan Hollingshead came on, and the chess match was almost complete. In the 82nd minute, Hollingshead gets on the end of a cross and a deflection for his third of the season to put LAFC up one. In the 90th, Cifu clips the Loons' wings, as Chiqui receives an unreal pass from Pancho before finding his fellow countryman to put LAFC up, up, and away, 2-0. Also on this episode, Filly has the hiccups. And heartburn. And a little indigestion. But really, you could barely tell. The boys cross off a huge bucket list item as well as another 14+ hour day at the Banc, LAFC kicks off AAPI Heritage Month, and Kevin Baxter remains silent. We're just 10 episodes away from our second century, and we couldn't have gotten this close without all the support from the millions who are a part of Defenders Nation! Thank you, and see you in just a week or so for Episode 191!
We continue the Abd al-Latif series and dig into his observations on Egypt. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here. I'm on Twitter @circus_human, Instagram @humancircuspod, and I have some things on Redbubble. Sources: Abd al-Laṭīf al-Baghdādī. A Physician on the Nile: A Description of Egypt and Journal of the Famine Years. NYU Press, 2021. Bonadeo, Cecilia Martini. ʿAbd Al-Laṭīf Al-Baġdādī's Philosophical Journey From Aristotle's Metaphysics to the ‘Metaphysical Science'. Brill, 2013. Ibn Abi Usaybi'a. A Literary History of Medicine. Edited by E. Savage-Smith, S. Swain, and G.J. van Gelder. Leiden, 2020. Joosse, Peter. The Physician as a Rebellious Intellectual. Peter Lang, 2014. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Unnus Latif is an Audio Engineer + Producer at his studio Black Moon Recordings. He shares his story of finding his way into music producing and the very rocky road along the way. While he enjoys creating in many forms, music was the thing that caught his interest early on, but soon became something he had to hide his passion for as some heavy family turmoil surrounded his journey. We cover those struggles, trying to fit in at school, constantly moving, living a double life and having to hide it, his constant pursuit of music production, basically joining a cult & a lot more in a very vulnerable episode this week. FOLLOW Unnus Check out Black Moon Recordings
Almost exactly twenty years ago, detainee 244 got transferred to Guantanamo Bay. Captured by American forces at the battle Tora Bora five months previous, Abdul Latif Nasser was shaved, hooded, shackled, diapered, and flown halfway across the world. The Radiolab special series, The Other Latif, kicked off when one of our hosts, Latif Nasser, made a bizarre and shocking discovery. He shares his name with detainee 244. A man the U.S. government paints a terrifying picture of as Al-Qaeda's top explosives expert, and one of the most important advisors to Osama bin Laden. Nasser's lawyer claims, on the other hand, that he was at the wrong place at the wrong time, and that he was never even in Al-Qaeda. This clash launched our Latif into a years-long investigation, picking apart evidence, attempting to separate fact from fiction, and trying to uncover what the man with whom he shares a name actually did or didn't do. Along the way, Radiolab's Latif reflects on American values and his own religious past, and wonders how a fellow nerdy, suburban Muslim kid, may have gone down such a strikingly different path. Episode 5: Cuba-ish To mark the solemn occasion of The Other Latif's transfer to, "the legal equivalent of outer space, we thought we'd replay Cuba-ish, the fifth episode of our special series which first aired back in 2020. In this episode, our Latif heads to Guantanamo Bay to try to speak to his namesake. Before he gets there, he dives deep, seeking the answer to what seems like a simple question: why Cuba? Why in the world did the United States pick this sleepy military base in the Caribbean to house “the worst of the worst”? Support Radiolab by becoming a member of The Lab today. Radiolab is on YouTube! Catch up with new episodes and hear classics from our archive. Plus, find other cool things we did in the past — like miniseries, music videos, short films and animations, behind-the-scenes features, Radiolab live shows, and more. Take a look, explore and subscribe!
Streaming TV is everything these days, and eyeballs are shifting away from traditional television. The problem is knowing where marketers should start, or how to make sure they get the best bang for their buck. This area of advertising is fragmented, and we're still trying to figure out how to consolidate and best measure our reach. Today we have Omer Latif, from Elemental TV, a leading CTV advertising technology company that is the first to power the next generation of ad break experiences through its proprietary ELM technology and vertical ad formatting.Tune in to learn:What Key Skills Do Marketers Need? (5:26)How to Develop Talent (8:00)The Creation of Elemental TV (11:00)Advertising on Streaming TV (21:20)Marketing Trends is brought to you by Salesforce Marketing Cloud. For more great marketing insights, sign up for The Marketing Moments newsletter. You'll get ideas to help you build better customer relationships, invites to upcoming events, and access to the latest industry research. Subscribe at https://sforce.co/MarketingMoments
Episode 186 - Penso Proves Too Much in CarsonIt's Week 6 of LAFC's season, and with that comes our first of two Clasico Angelinos, this one down in Carson. Carson, a house of horrors for LAFC, a place where we have never tasted 3 points in our 5-year history. And unfortunately, after this match, we will likely have to wait until 2023 to do so. LAFC falls at Carson, 2-1. They say it's not how you start but how you finish, but for LAFC, an awful start did them in early. After a few missed chances early on, Brian Rodriguez pulls up in the 7th minute with an apparent hamstring injury. Shell shocked and lacking composure, Carson and Chicharito pounced, taking an early 1-0 lead off a header from their captain. LAFC kept their foot on the gas, but a post hit by Vela and an erroneous offside call kept LAFC off the scoreboard. To put it nicely and mildly, it was an incredibly frustrating series of events. But nothing as bad as the 31st minute, where Sega is able to get on the end of another cross on the back post to double LAFC's deficit. LAFC would go into the half down a pair, and needing to find a pair both figuratively and literally to level the match. The Black and Gold came out hot, though a Vela goal was correctly disallowed in the second minute of the second half. Chicho and Latif came on to provide a bit of extra energy, and it wound up being Chicho who would get us on the board in the 79' after a great long throw into the box by Chiqui. Vela's initial shot was saved, but the rebound came to the feet of Chicho, who calmly buried it. In the 8th, yes, 8th minute of stoppage time, LAFC thought they had equalized on a Latif Blessing goal after the ball pinballed around the box. However, according to PRO refereeing savant Chris Penso, Mamadou Fall was offside because no defender was deliberately actively making a play on the ball. Horsepucky. In one of the most controversial calls in our rivalry's history, the goal was disallowed, and after 11 minutes of stoppage, Carson takes all three points. Again, horsepucky. LAFC will have to regroup quickly as Sporting KC comes calling on Sunday the 17th at the Banc. Though there are positives to take away from the second half, this result will sting for quite some time. Hopefully, Episode 186 can help you exercise these demons along with us.
The Herle Burly was created by Air Quotes Media with support from our presenting sponsor TELUS, as well as CN Rail. We've assembled a panel to talk housing and housing affordability. Plus all the related social and economic issues involved with the housing industry. As well, some solutions to Canada's housing crisis. Joining us are:Mukhtar Latif - Mukhtar is developer and affordable housing consultant with 30 years experience in the public and private sectors. His expertise is in developing affordable housing policies, products and programs, including modular housing and regeneration projects. Previously, Mukhtar was Vancouver's Chief Housing Officer.Mike Moffatt - Mike is an Assistant Professor in the Business, Economics and Public Policy group at Ivey and is the Senior Director, Policy and Innovation at the Smart Prosperity Institute. Previously, Mike was the Chief Innovation Fellow for the Government of Canada, advising Deputy Ministers on innovation policy and emerging trends, and represented Canada at G7, OECD and Organization of American States meetings.Diana Petramala - Diana is a Director in the Economic Advisory Team at Altus Group. Ms. Petramala has spent the bulk of her career conducting economic and real estate research. Previously, she was the senior economist at the Centre for Urban Research and Land Development at Ryerson University where she analyzed the impacts on demographics on housing markets and urban growth.Adam Vaughan - Adam is a former Liberal Party Member of Parliament and former Toronto City Councillor. He's our insider on government on this panel and he's just joined the School of Cities at the University of Toronto as a Canadian Urban Leader. As Parliamentary Secretary for Housing in the Trudeau government, he played a leading role in the creation of Canada's first national housing strategy.Thank you for joining us on #TheHerleBurly podcast. Please take a moment to give us a rating and review on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts or your favourite podcast app.Watch conversations from The Herle Burly on YouTube.
Born in the 12th century, Abd al-Latif al-Baghdadi travelled the Ayyubid world in search of students, mentors, and patrons. His curiosity stands out, and does his impatience with scholars who, as he saw it, wasted their time with alchemy or other unimportant topics. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here. I'm on Twitter @circus_human, Instagram @humancircuspod, and I have some things on Redbubble. Sources: ʿAbd al-Laṭīf al-Baghdādī. A Physician on the Nile: A Description of Egypt and Journal of the Famine Years. NYU Press, 2021. Bonadeo, Cecilia Martini. ʿAbd Al-Laṭīf Al-Baġdādī's Philosophical Journey From Aristotle's Metaphysics to the ‘Metaphysical Science'. Brill, 2013. Ibn Abi Usaybi'a. A Literary History of Medicine. Edited by E. Savage-Smith, S. Swain, and G.J. van Gelder. Leiden, 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, we explored the ideation, business plans and growth strategies of three innovative and on-trend brands in conversations with Susan Buckwalter, the co-founder and CEO of ginger-powered wellness brand Recoup; Dr. Juan Salinas, the founder and CEO of P-nuff Crunch, a brand of nutritious baked peanut puffs; and Michelle Razavi and Nikki Elliott, the co-founders of functional, decadent snack brand ELAVI. Show notes: 1:02: Interview: Susan Buckwalter, Co-Founder/CEO, Recoup – Taste Radio editor Ray Latif sat down with Buckwalter at Natural Products Expo West 2022 where they spoke about how Recoup has made strides in the two-plus years since its launch and found a receptive audience among consumers seeking alternatives to traditional sports and hydration beverages. As part of the conversation, Buckwalter discussed how her co-founder's personal health battles inspired the brand, how their respective backgrounds supported their alignment as a team and how Recoup set out to create a foundation for success. She also explained why leaning into both flavor and function has supported trial and sales and why she encourages entrepreneurs to build and engage with a network of like minded founders. 26:01: Interview: Dr. Juan Salinas, Founder/CEO, P-nuff Crunch – Also at Expo West 2022, Latif sat down with Salinas, who spoke about how he drew upon his education in food science and sport nutrition and as a project manager with global food companies including Kraft Foods and Nestlé to develop P-nuff Crunch. Salinas also discussed how the brand gained national attention in 2020 following his memorable appearance on “Shark Tank,” where P-nuff landed investment from Mark Cuban. Further topics include communicating the benefits of its key ingredients to consumers, why he's bullish about brick-and-mortar retail despite the brand's strong ecommerce sales and why he wants the company to be known for nutrition, first and foremost. 50:36: Interview: Michelle Razavi and Nikki Elliott, Co-Founders, ELAVI – Razavi and Elliott spoke with Latif at Expo West 2022 about the underpinnings of ELAVI, which is presented as a brand of “functional, decadent snacks to boost energy, recovery, and focus.” ELAVI markets a line of collagen protein bars and a new line of superfood cashew butters that are similarly positioned and described as “protein frosting.” Razavi and Elliott discussed how their work as Equinox fitness instructors supported their vision for a modern protein company, why they sought to position ELAVI as a “luxe brand,” why video has been a key medium for communicating with consumers and why patience and taste were critical factors prior to launching the nut butters. Brands in this episode: Recoup Beverage, P-nuff Crunch, ELAVI, Gatorade, Powerade, Taika, Hella Cocktail Co., Hoplark, Asarasi
Our latest episode features interviews with two innovators in their respective industries: Stephen Caldwell, the co-founder of Swiss Rosti, a unique brand of stuffed potato and cheese bites; and Brent Elliot, the master distiller of acclaimed bourbon brand Four Roses. The Taste Radio team also discussed notable brands from the 2022 Seafood Expo, weekly Web3 primers on Twitter Spaces and a sophisticated smoker. Show notes: 0:55: Expo, Expo, Expo! Craven Chats, Toodaloo & Clio. And, Of Course, Clouds For Cocktails. – The hosts encouraged listeners to check out BevNET & NOSH's Expo West 2022 content and asked attendees and exhibitors of the upcoming 2022 Specialty Coffee Expo to connect with the team before the event. Ray discussed his experience attending the 2022 Seafood Expo North America and highlighted two sustainable brands that exhibited at the show and John spoke about his weekly Web3/NFT forums on Twitter Spaces. Later, the hosts riffed on tasty snacks and beverages to cross their respective desks in recent weeks and offered their take on the stylish Studenglass Gravity Beverage Infuser. 23:22: Interview: Stephen Caldwell, Co-Founder, Swiss Rosti – Caldwell sat down with Taste Radio editor Ray Latif at Natural Products Expo West 2022 where he spoke about the origins and development of his first-to-market brand of hand-held crispy filled potato snacks, which are sold nationally at Whole Foods and are also available at Kroger, Gelson's and Safeway locations. He also discussed how the company's initial business plan, which was heavily reliant on in-store demos, shifted amid the pandemic, and how an unexpected lift from direct-to-consumer television platform QVC drove trial and sales and why he's bullish on foodservice and a new cheese-based line. 45:05: Interview: Brent Elliot, Master Distiller, Four Roses – Elliot spoke with Latif about Four Roses' renaissance which began in the mid-1990's, the usefulness of training as a chemist, aligning innovation with the brand's standards for quality and consistency and his take on RTD cocktails and non-alcoholic spirits. Brands in this episode: Swiss Rosti, Four Roses, Dream Pops, Scout Canning, Neptune Snacks, Toodaloo Snacks, Shaman Raman, Up To You Recover Drinks, Wet Hydration, Maxine's Heavenly, Clio Snacks, Brune Kitchen