On Friday morning Andy Bunker and Randy McMichael were joined by Georgia Football Insider, Radi Nabulsi, who helped preview the Bulldogs game this Saturday against South Carolina. The conversation pivoted to who will emerge as a pass-catching playmaker on this Georgia offense outside of Freshman Tight End, Brock Bowers. “I think it's going to be Adoni Mitchell simply because he had so much work in the spring with Kearis (Kearis Jackson) out and Jermaine Burton banged up,” Nabulsui answered when asked who may become the next playmaker in the UGA offense. “I don't want to jinx it but I'm telling you this Ladd McConkey kid is lights out. He is fast, he is twitchy, he gets out there…I don't want to (say) Ladd McConkey is the guy and then all of a sudden you don't see him again for six months but I would put money on Ladd McConkey ripping these guys (South Carolina) a little bit,” Nabulsi continued. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Friday Andy and Randy were joined by Georgia Football Insider, Radi Nabulsi, who talked about the J.T. Daniels injury and who might start at Quarterback this Saturday versus The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) in Athens. “From what I understand I think they (UGA coaching staff) are going to hold him (J.T. Daniels) out against UAB. You don't really need him (Daniels) for this game and that's not taking away anything from UAB…UAB has a great secondary, two good cornerbacks that are going to be tough to beat but I don't know that you need him (Daniels) to win this game for you. So why not let him (Daniels) rest and get ready for South Carolina,” Nabulsi said when asked about what Georgia will do with J.T. Daniels this week. McMichael then asked Nabulsi, “We shouldn't be surprised if we see him (referring to Carson Beck) under Center on Saturday then?” “You should not be surprised; his trainer (Carson Beck's Trainer) has been telling everyone that he (Beck) is going to get the start…but I'm telling you guys I know Kirby Smart and I know he likes known quantities. He likes production he can count on and it would not surprise me if we saw Stetson Bennett under Center,” Nabulsi responded. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Part 2 in our discussion with Mike Nabulsi. Mike expands on the best waters to cast certain baits, why a damaged bait may not necessarily be a bad thing, modifying his baits, the muskie bait making community, and what his ideal muskie fishing tactic looks like!
Mike Nabulsi from Waterwolf Lures chats with us to discuss how Waterwolf came to be, which baits/colours to select for different water types/locations, the best way to use rubber to target muskies, and how to decide which rubber techniques to use and when!
Since its occupation of the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem in 1967, Israel has practiced a policy of Jewish-only settlement expansion over Palestinian land. A land that the International Community designated as the territory of a future Palestinian State. Jewish-only settlements constitute a violation of international law and international humanitarian law, particularly the Fourth Geneva Convention, but they have remained a stable policy of consecutive Israeli right-wing and left-wing governments. Even with the upheaval inside Israeli politics, the Israeli cabinet still had the time to green-light the construction of over 500 new settlement units in the Bethlehem region, in May. And as protest and legal challenges to forced evictions, of Palestinian families, continue in East Jerusalem, we take a look at the the American non-profits supporting Israeli settler expansion in the occupied territories. Mira Nabulsi speaks with journalist Alex Kane. He is a contributing writer for Jewish Currents and +972 Magazine. His work has also appeared in The Intercept, Vice, In These Times, Al Jazeera and more. In the second half of the show, Malihe Razazan speaks with Palestinian director Farah Nabulsi about her recent film "the Present". The Present was nominated for this year's Academy Award for best live action short film and won the BAFTA Award for best short film.
Thursday 3 June 2021 7:15 - Anna Carlson from 4ZZZ radio reversal interviews Jamal Nabulsi, a diaspora Palestinian writer and researcher, living on the unceded sovereign lands of the Jagera and Turrbal peoples. His research explores the intersections between emotion and resistance, through analysing Palestinian practices of graffiti and hip-hop music. In this interview, which also includes part of Low Key's track "Free Palestine", we talk about some of the Palestinian justice organising that has happened as part of the Disrupt Land Forces Expo. 7:30 - We hear a speech by Tabitha Lean as part of the program 'Infrastructural Inequalities: Resistant Media and Abolitionist Futures' broadcast online on 14th May. Infrastructural Inequalities is a journal and public program that investigates how infrastructural systems distribute resources, capacities, and harms in differentiated and unjust ways. Tabitha Lean is a Gunditjmara woman, activist, storyteller and lived experience abolitionist. Tabitha speaks about why she is an abolitionist and how abolition is a framework for organising, a longterm goal and way of living. 7:45 - We hear audio from Disrupt Landforces. The audio features, part of a speech by Oula, a Syrian refugee who is an organiser with the Socialist Alternative and the current Environment Officer at the UQ union as well as an interview with Andy Paine, Sam Watson Junior (Wangeriburrah and Birrigybba) and George from the Free West Papua campaign. 8:00 - Nerita Waight, CEO of the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service, spoke with Priya earlier this week about the urgent need for changes to bail laws in Victoria and their impact on Aboriginal people, as well as the Victorian government's failure to provide adequate funding for Aboriginal Legal services in the 2021 state budget. 8:15 - Margaret Pestorius gives us an update from the Disrupt Landforces demonstrations in Meanjin, Brisbane
This week, we're looking at the Palestinian struggle through the lens. We're joined by Palestinian-British filmmaker Farah Nabulsi, whose short movie "The Present" has been nominated for the Oscars and BAFTAs. It centres around a Palestinian man and his young daughter, who set out in the West Bank to buy his wife an anniversary gift: a fridge. The director tells us more about this hard-hitting film.
This is more of the interview with Laila Nablusi where we discuss her work on Nothing Lasts Forever, Prizzi's Honor, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and some things hopefully happening in 2021! Hear the rest of our interview with Ms. Nablusi on our Blues Brothers episode.
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2020.09.18.304345v1?rss=1 Authors: Lawrence, K. E., Nabulsi, L., Santhalingam, V., Abaryan, Z., Villalon-Reina, J. E., Nir, T. M., Ba Gari, I., Zhu, A. H., Haddad, E., Muir, A. M., Jahanshad, N., Thompson, P. M. Abstract: The brain's white matter microstructure, as assessed using diffusion-weighted MRI (DWI), changes significantly with age and also exhibits significant sex differences. Here we examined the ability of a traditional diffusivity metric (fractional anisotropy derived from diffusion tensor imaging, DTI-FA) and advanced diffusivity metrics (fractional anisotropy derived from the tensor distribution function, TDF-FA; neurite orientation dispersion and density imaging measures of intra-cellular volume fraction, NODDI-ICVF; orientation dispersion index, NODDI-ODI; and isotropic volume fraction, NODDI-ISOVF) to detect sex differences in white matter aging. We also created normative aging reference curves based on sex. Diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) applies a single-tensor diffusion model to single-shell DWI data, while the tensor distribution function (TDF) fits a continuous distribution of tensors to single-shell DWI data. Neurite orientation dispersion and density imaging (NODDI) fits a multi-compartment model to multi-shell DWI data to distinguish intra- and extra-cellular contributions to diffusion. We analyzed these traditional and advanced diffusion measures in a large population sample available through the UK Biobank (15,394 participants; age-range: 45-80 years) by using linear regression and fractional polynomials. Advanced diffusivity metrics (NODDI-ODI, NODDI-ISOVF, TDF-FA) detected significant sex differences in aging, whereas a traditional metric (DTI-FA) did not. These findings suggest that future studies examining sex differences in white matter aging may benefit from including advanced diffusion measures. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info
Farah Nabulsi is a Palestinian director, writer, producer and human rights advocate. Farah’s life changed totally, after she visited Palestine and witnessed the everyday indignities that Palestinians endure. She decided to become a filmmaker and took it upon herself to shed light on the injustices meted out to Palestinians since their mass displacement in 1948. She’s also the founder of many non-profit production companies and online educational platforms covering news from the Israeli-occupied territories.This episode reflects on Farah’s commendable journey as an artist who dons the hat of a storyteller, director and producer and brings to life gut wrenching stories of Palestinians displaced and left to die. Farah talks about the role she plays as a mother and a woman that arms her with the skills and unending pursuance to continue writing stories that she strongly resonates with. Having the experience and first-hand knowledge of the injustice prompted Farah to do more than give charity and sympathy as that was certainly not enough. Through her work, she aims to re-humanize the Palestinians and draw attention to the atrocities they face at the hands of their persecutors.
In this binge eating and feeling guilty episode Sarah, Nutritional Psychologist explains why binge eating episodes happen, how to control them and what to do about it. A lot of people feel guilty around food, find out the best way to approach food to get better results in your health. Instagram: Sarahelnabulsi