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The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio
Joe Giglio got some time to talk with Debbie Yow about it now being 50 years since Tile 9 was passed and what she's seen throughout its evolution within the business.

The Best of The OG with Ovies & Giglio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 16:37


Joe Giglio got some time to talk with Debbie Yow about it now being 50 years since Tile 9 was passed and what she's seen throughout its evolution within the business.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Deadline: White House
“We passed the ‘break glass in case of emergency' moment”

Deadline: White House

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 86:27


Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th committee's subpoena of former White House counsel Pat Cipollone. Plus, the Supreme Court hands down another drastic decision as the fight for abortion rights continues, Rep. Liz Cheney's role in the GOP, and Ukrainians face a forever war.Joined by: Mike Schmidt, Barbara McQuade, Peter Strzok, David Jolly, Dahlia Lithwick, Fatima Goss Graves, Michael Steele, Miles Taylor, Yamiche Alcindor, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, Ali Arouzi, and Cal Perry

CPA Exam Experience from SuperfastCPA
How Hannah Passed the CPA Exams Studying 2 Hours a Day

CPA Exam Experience from SuperfastCPA

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 42:06


In this SuperfastCPA reviews podcast episode, you'll hear how Hannah realized early on that the normal or traditional way isn't working for her. She came across our free training webinar, followed our study strategies, listened to the podcast and figured out her new study process. Important LinksLearn our “ultra-efficient” CPA study methods here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/study-secrets/ Enter the free podcast giveaway: https://www.superfastcpa.com/enter See CPA score release dates here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/cpa-score-release-dates/ How to study for the CPA exams: https://www.superfastcpa.com/how-to-study-for-the-cpa-exams/ Episode Timestamps00:00 Introduction 07:11 "I just kind of jumped into it without knowing anything..." 10:22 Hannah's Study Routine in the Mornings 11:41 Using SuperfastCPA Study Tools Throughout the Day 15:24 A Few of Hannah's "Aha Moments" 17:51 How Hannah Structured Her 2-hour Study Session 20:00 "I never really used flashcards but I did like write out notes..." 22:25 How She Used Practice Simulations 25:38 Her Actual Test Day Experience 29:13 Studying on the Weekends 31:06 How She Scheduled Her Exams 34:24 Mega Cram Session Before the Day of the Exam 36:52 Rewarding Yourself After Passing the Exams 38:38 Study Tips for People Trying to Figure Out Their Study Process FULL EPISODE PAGE: https://www.superfastcpa.com/how-hannah-passed-the-cpa-exams-studying-2-hours-a-day/ Learn the SuperfastCPA Study Approach, Free You'll hear me mention the SuperfastCPA study process multiple times in this episode.  What we teach our customers is how to have a 2-hour main session each day where you can get more done than someone studying 4-5 hours the "normal way".  We cover this in our free "study trainings", which are 1-hour webinars where you'll learn exactly what to do when you sit down to study so that you can 1) move through new material faster, 2) understand and retain it better, and 3) spend less time in front of your review course WHILE getting better results. Register for a free session here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/passnow OR, just text PASSNOW to 44222 and we'll text you back a link to the training. This is one hour that will literally save you months of time and frustration from trying to figure this stuff out on your own, so register for a session today! Register for a free session here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/passnow

The Real News Podcast
How Georgia's Latinx community is seeking to ‘out-organize' voter suppression

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 7:23


Georgians went to the polls in record numbers during the May 24 primary ahead of the crucial 2022 midterm elections, despite renewed GOP efforts to suppress the votes of the state's communities of color. Passed in the wake of the 2020 elections, inspired in large part by former President Trump's baseless claims of election fraud, Georgia's SB 202 (the Election Integrity Act of 2021) is perhaps the most egregious example of Republicans' nationwide efforts to roll back voting rights through a flurry of restrictive voting laws. Such laws disproportionately impact people in low-income communities and communities of color, and they are being passed at a moment when the power of communities of color to shape election outcomes is rapidly increasing. Case in point: Georgia's Latinx community has grown by 30% over the past decade and now comprises 10% of the state's population. In this on-the-ground report for our special series “Defending Democracy in the 2022 Midterm Elections,” TRNN's Jaisal Noor and Jeffrey Moustache speak with organizers from the Georgia Alliance of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO), an advocacy group that helps Latinx voters unlock their political power, about how they are working to “out-organize voter suppression” by mobilizing and empowering the state's Latinx community.Read the transcript of this report: https://therealnews.com/how-georgias-latinx-community-is-working-to-out-organize-voter-suppressionPre-Production/Studio: Jaisal Noor, Jeffrey MoustachePost-Production: Jaisal Noor, Jeffrey Moustache, Cameron GranadinoThis story is part of a series that was made possible with the support of the Solutions Journalism Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to rigorous and compelling reporting about responses to social problems.Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer: Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

The big d z one
Too close to home another comedian and this time a podcaster passed away!

The big d z one

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 20:09


Said news to report a comedian Nick Nemeroff dies at 32 And podcaster from the UK passed away Deborah James: Bowel Babe podcaster and cancer campaigner dies aged 40. Wow I'm a podcaster and a comedian come on!! Please!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bigdcountry/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bigdcountry/support

Passed Ball Show
Passed Ball Show #633 (6/27/2022)

Passed Ball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 31:14


6-27-2022 Passed Ball Show. John opens up this program by highlighting some of the underrated closers in Major League Baseball this season (in 2022). He then laughs at all the teams' fans that believe their team will be best suited to acquire Chicago Cubs relief pitcher David Robertson. John's first prediction of the show is the statement that Robertson will be traded for a team's top ten (10) prospect. John then talks about the fight between the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels. John talks about how an actual baseball fight, not the dog and pony show we see very often, is more entertaining than on the field action in baseball over the last couple of years. After congratulating the Colorado Avalanche on their third (3rd) Stanley Cup, John reminisces about the Quebec Nordiques and the original Winnipeg Jets (1979-1996) and wonders if the NHL missed out on its last expansion by not adding another Canadian team. John then talks about the Deshaun Watson case and his eventual suspension and the futures of Baker Mayfield and Jimmy Garoppolo, who everybody assumes are going to either Seattle or Carolina. John makes his second prediction when he states Baker Mayfield will still be a member of the Cleveland Browns Week One (1) of this coming NFL season.

The Midday Report with Mandy Wiener
EWN speaks to the parents of the children who passed away in the Eastern Cape tavern.

The Midday Report with Mandy Wiener

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 7:57


Guest: Nhlanhla Mabaso, EWN KZN Correspondent. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Third Hour Podcast
#12. Passed Over

The Third Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 74:05


When Moses and the Children of Israel are finally permitted to leave Egypt, they strike out along an unusual route—after some plunder, of course. This week on the Third Hour Podcast, we discuss the history of the Passover, the parting of the Reed Sea, and, most importantly, how we react when we encounter a God we don't recognize in scripture.

Passed Ball Show
Passed Ball Show #632 (6/25/2022)

Passed Ball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 35:47


6-25-2022 Passed Ball Show. John spends this program talking about Major League Baseball's arbitration system and how very little constructive things come out of an arbitration hearing. John is lost for words when it comes to the Atlanta Braves choosing to go to arbitration with ace starting pitcher Max Fried over $250,000. John talks about the airing of dirty laundry and the personal elements and what arbitration cases do to the relationship between the player and the team. John then congratulates the New York Yankees and their agreement with Aaron Judge to a contract for the 2021 season that avoided arbitration. John expresses his fear that the “Yankee Brand” and the “Yankee Way” could get in the way of Judge receiving the longterm contract he deserves. John gives some examples of some differences between the free agent market now and what it was during the time of say, Derek Jeter's and Bernie Williams' free agency. John concludes his points by stating the Yankees still never miss out on a player they truly want, ie. Gerrit Cole, Masuhiro Tanaka. John then spends some time talking about the struggles of the now 0-35 Empire State Greys of the Independent Frontier Professional Baseball League. He compares their incompetence to the 1899 Cleveland Spiders, though he gives legitimate reasons the latter was so bad. John then celebrates the latest NBA draft by talking about his fascination with parity balanced with his intrigue with dominance (dynasties).

A Lively Experiment - Presented by Rhode Island PBS
The waiting days of the General Assembly feature a flood of bills. We will tell you what made it and what didn't. And will a US Surpreme Court decision have any effect on recently passed gun legislation here.

A Lively Experiment - Presented by Rhode Island PBS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 29:00


Joining us on the panel,  Pablo Rodriguez Retired  Professor at The Warren Alpert School of Medicine,  Former Rhode Island Attorney General Arlene Violet and Boston Globe Report Ed Fitzpatrick.Support the show

In Our Backyard Podcast
12. Georgia State Legislation Passed Unanimously!

In Our Backyard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 24:00


In this episode I check back in with Ruth Ann Tesanovich of the Madison County Clean Power Coalition Chapter (MCCPC) and retired Medical Laboratory Scientist from UGA. When I last talked to Ruth Ann 2 years ago, they were in the middle of their fight to ban the burning of creosote railroad ties at the biomass plant in their small agricultural community. Now we talk about their massive success in getting the State of Georgia to unanimously pass the bill to ban the burning of them across the entire state. And how they are now working on the noise pollution and water quality concerning the plant. Contact and connect with Ruth Ann and MCCPC chapter: rtesanovich@outlook.com https://www.facebook.com/madisoncleanpower/ Learn more about MCCPC and their efforts: https://www.madisoncleanpowercoalition.com/ Learn more about biomass: https://www.leonardodicaprio.org/dangerous-delusions-biomass-is-not-a-renewable-energy-source/ https://www.nrdc.org/experts/sasha-stashwick/health-groups-congress-burning-biomass-bad-health

The Bobby Bones Show
(Fri Early Bird) Luke Combs on his New Album and Baby + We Start A New Season of Easy Trivia + Fun Fact Friday: The Hit TV Show HBO Passed On

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 36:15


Luke Combs is in studio to talk about his new album, who he trusts in his life to tell him if something he writes is good or not and talks about his new baby! After last week winner was crowed, we start a new season of Easy Trivia! Amy shares her 5 fun facts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Red, Blue, and Brady
190: After Decades, the First Federal Gun Safety Legislation Has Passed

Red, Blue, and Brady

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 31:10


It had been almost 30 years since the Senate has passed gun safety legislation, until Thursday night, when the U.S. Senate passed the Safer Communities Act. The bill addresses issues like the so-called “boyfriend loophole," creates new requirements for FFLs (federal firearm licensee) designations, a mechanism to ensure that individuals who exhibited signs of dangerousness as minors are appropriately evaluated when seeking to purchase a firearm, and more. While Brady endorses some of the legislation, and has concerns about other aspects of it (you can read more about that here), this bill's passage is a great first step toward a new era of gun violence prevention.Long time advocates Senator Chris Murphy,  Christian Heyne (Vice President of Policy at Brady) and Martina Leinz (President of the Northern Virginia (NOVA) Brady Chapter), and Brady board member) joined hosts  Kelly and JJ to discuss what it means that the final  bipartisan vote was 65 to 33, why this bill was historic, and what we all must do next to keep fighting for gun violence prevention.Want to get involved?Urge your senators to expand and strengthen background checks.Urge senators to confirm a director to lead the ATF, the agency that oversees the gun industry yet has lacked leadership for years.Join a Brady chapter near you and sign up to attend our new volunteer session.Mentioned in this podcast:House passes first major federal gun safety legislation in decades, bill will next go to Biden for signature. (CNN) We celebrate the passage of the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (Brady)U.S. Senate passes gun safety bill as Supreme Court knocks down handgun limits (Reuters)For more information on Brady, follow us on social media @Bradybuzz or visit our website at bradyunited.org.Full transcripts and bibliographies of this episode are available at bradyunited.org/podcast.National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.Music provided by: David “Drumcrazie” CurbySpecial thanks to Hogan Lovells for their long-standing legal support℗&©2019 Red, Blue, and BradySupport the show

CQ Morning Briefing
House expected to vote on Senate-passed gun violence bill

CQ Morning Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 1:37


Megan Mineiro previews what's next for the bipartisan gun violence prevention bill after it passed the Senate last night. And there's more news to wrap up a week packed with appropriations action. 

The Lynda Steele Show
The Vancouver Broadway plan has been passed by city council

The Lynda Steele Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 14:20


Guest: Colleen Hardwick, Vancouver City Councilor See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning
Hour 2: One of the writers of the Broadway play 'Hair' passed away yesterday

Len Berman and Michael Riedel In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 32:55


Len saw hair when he was a kid. He didn't like it. Lenny says they didn't teach about nudity in Hebrew school.

The Bert Show
Our Intern Literally Passed Out Because Of A TV Show?!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 6:03


Have you heard of "white coat syndrome"? It's basically when your blood pressure starts to rise around doctors. In our intern Bella's case, it's worse than seeing a doctor. TV doctors freak her out too! She explains why... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.

The Full Ratchet: VC | Venture Capital | Angel Investors | Startup Investing | Fundraising | Crowdfunding | Pitch | Private E

On this special segment of The Full Ratchet, the following Investors are featured: Miriam Rivera Seth Levine Nihal Mehta Each investor highlights a situation where they decided not to invest, why they passed, and how it played out. Did you miss our guests full length episodes? For other great episodes, go to The Full Ratchet blog and catch up! Also, follow us on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/27155166/) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/TFR_Pod). The host of The Full Ratchet is Nick Moran (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-moran-a738503/), General Partner of New Stack Ventures, a venture capital firm committed to investing in the exceptions. To learn more about New Stack Ventures by visiting our Website (https://www.newstack.vc/) and LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/11396054/) and be sure to follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/NewStackVC). Are you a founder looking for your next investor? Visit our free tool VC-Rank (http://vc-rank.com/) and tell us about your business. We'll send a list of possible investors right to your email's inbox!

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
‘Historic' birth information and tracing Bill passed by Dáil and Seanad.

Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 6:46


Landmark new legislation giving adopted people access to their birth information has passed through all stages in the Dáil and Seanad and now will go to the President to be signed. Ciara spoke to Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration, and Youth, Roderic O'Gorman.

VPM Daily Newscast
06/23/22 - 50 years after Title IX passed, LGBTQ+ students still seeking protections at private universities

VPM Daily Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 10:32


A Regent Law School graduate is suing the U.S. Department of Education to end religious exemptions to Title IX; Two years after being toppled during protests, the statue of Jefferson Davis is now on display in the designer's museum; The Norfolk Botanical Garden is launching a major expansion, with an emphasis on so-called green building; and other local news stories.

The Richie Baloney Show!
Trudeau INTERNET CENSORSHIP Bill Passes House In Canada

The Richie Baloney Show!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 4:05


DONATE : https://paypal.me/radiobaloneyHelp support the channel, it's greatly appreciated!Trudeau INTERNET CENSORSHIP Bill Passes House In Canada#justintrudeau #trudeau #canadanews #censorship Website : www.radiobaloney.com Youtube : https://youtube.com/c/RADIOBALONEYBitchute : https://www.bitchute.com/channel/radio_baloney/Odysee :https://odysee.com/@RADIO_BALONEYRumble. :https://rumble.com/register/Radio_Baloney/Minds. : https://www.minds.com/radio_baloney/?referrer=radio_baloney?referrer=radio_baloneySpreaker podcast : https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-richie-baloney-show

The Joe Padula Show
Here is why War Veterans need to be concerned if the Gun Ban Bill is passed

The Joe Padula Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 61:32


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Fandom Encounters
Dice and Demigods: Episode 188 - Audio Passed a Stealth Check

Fandom Encounters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 2:45


Hey Campers! Here lies my apology regarding the audio and the fact that I lost the audio and instead made a summary. It's not because my mechanics were bad, I promise!!!

The Midday Show
Brandon Adams Interview: Has Kirby Smart passed Nick Saban in coaches' power rankings?

The Midday Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 12:34


Brandon Adams joined the Midday Show to talk Dawgs and what he's been seeing from the recruiting trail this summer: Brandon Adams Timestamps 0:45 - Brandon Adams' walkup song was used for the Braves game last night 1:05 - Braves fans love Joc Pederson as a unique player in Braves history in terms of his role last season 3:30 - Is there a guy like Joc Pederson across any sport? 5:15 - Kirby passed Saban on the power rankings list per SDS 7:40 - Knowing that coaches have their private threads, what would those threads have looked like during Saban/Jimbo? 9:35 - UGA recruiting updates 11:05 - Stetson Bennett is going to the Manning Camp and that's a big deal for the veteran QB

Passed Ball Show
Passed Ball Show #631 (6/21/2022)

Passed Ball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 37:06


6-21-2022 Passed Ball Show. John opens up this program by congratulating Draymond Green and the Golden State Warriors on their seventh (and fourth in the last eight years) NBA Championship. John was critical of Green's performance in Games One (1)- Four (4), but the all around team leader was strong in Game Five (5) and elite in Game Sox (6). John then discusses the season ending injury to Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon and spends some time talking about the recent (last 10-12 years) history of the Angels giving out bad contracts. John mentions specifically the deals they gave Rendon, Albert Pujols, Josh Hamilton, Justin Upton, and CJ Wilson and the fact that none of them worked out favorably for Los Angeles. Is it the fault of the team for giving said bad contracts? Hindsight says it is. Was Rendon worth $245 million over seven (7) years? Maybe not, but he was due a big contract based off his performance in Washington. There was a market for Rendon's services and the Angels outbid the other teams for him. Pujols' contract does not look good in hindsight, but how does one explain not giving him that big of a deal coming off the run he had over his eleven (11) seasons in St. Louis? John questions some of the blame that is often thrown on a team that signs a player to a contract that ends up not working out. At what point is it the responsibility of the player to perform to a close enough level to their past? Depreciation is understandable, but the dropoffs of some of the Angels players, particularly Hamilton and Upton, could not have been predicted. John makes some similar points about Jason Bay and a minor point about Carl Pavano before discussing the parameters of Shohei Ohtani's next contract. First, John talks about how the Angels cannot let their past bad signings impact their expected investment in Ohtani. Secondly, John breaks down Shohei's value as both a top of the rotation starting pitcher and as a middle of the order bat wondering if he should get paid for both. Or each separately? This, of course, is assuming Ohtani can perform the duties of two specific (and different) players over the course of the next decade. John finishes off the program by proposing a lengthy (between 10-12 years, maybe more) contract to keep the average annual value down, similar to the deal that Ilya Kovalchuk got when he signed a long term deal with the New Jersey Devils, albeit one that the players did not fulfill the obligations of.

Doula2Doula
Passed! - Another Pandemic Parenting Schoolyear in the Books

Doula2Doula

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 45:19


Another school year of pandemic parenting is behind her and Ciana is sharing her reflections on how she and her kids successfully got through it. Both moms discuss some differences in their parenting journeys of school-aged children.Happy summer to all!!!

FIVE MINUTE NEWS
Landmark voting rights legislation passed in New York.

FIVE MINUTE NEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 7:12


Landmark voting rights legislation passed in New York.  Ukraine on the backfoot despite Western arm supplies. Germany maintains 2030 to end coal use despite supply issues.  You can subscribe to Five Minute News with Anthony Davis on YouTube, with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker, or enable Five Minute News as your Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing skill.  Subscribe, rate and review at www.fiveminute.news  Five Minute News is an Evergreen Podcast, covering politics, inequality, health and climate - delivering independent, unbiased and essential world news, daily. 

Literacy Kings: Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Money, and Books with the homies
S8 Ep8 | Why Will Smith Passed On The Matrix and How It Can Help You Financially.

Literacy Kings: Financial Literacy, Entrepreneurship, Money, and Books with the homies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 32:22


Episode Overview Will's Words: “This is one of them stories I'm not proud of, but it's the truth... I had done 'Independence Day' the year before, so I was like, 'Eh, I'm not doing another alien movie, I don't want to be the alien movie guy." And when it came to the script he said, “I didn't get it when I read it. It's a hard movie to pitch. You know: 'Everybody lives inside a computer.' It was only when I saw it that I really got it. They came in and made a pitch for 'The Matrix'. As it turns out, they're geniuses. But there's a fine line in a pitch meeting between genius and what I experienced in the meeting.”

Charlotte Talks
'How The Word Is Passed' author Clint Smith on reckoning with America's history of slavery

Charlotte Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 49:36


In reckoning with America's history of slavery, how the story is told — and by whom — matters. Clint Smith, author of the bestseller “How the Word Is Passed” shares his perspective.

The Best of Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa
Seven days have passed with no sign of the six-year-old boy who fell into the manhole

The Best of Breakfast with Bongani Bingwa

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 6:27


Emergency Management Services Spokesperson Robert Mulaudzi explained why it has taken 7 days to find the body of six-year-old Khayalethu Magadla, who fell into a manhole in Soweto while playing with friends last Sunday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Adulting with Wine
Revelations Since My Father Has Passed Away

Adulting with Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 21:01


Today is Father's Day! Happy Father's Day to all the amazing fathers out there. This week, I'm sharing a part 2 to my father's day episode from last year. Last October, I lost my dad and that brought up some revelations for me. I wanted this experience with you all. Thanks for listening! Follow the podcast Instagram: @adultingwithwine Follow the podcast Twitter: @adultwithwine --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/adulting-with-wine/message

Lehto's Law
I Apologize for the Bad Law Michigan Just Passed

Lehto's Law

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 13:30


I love Michigan but this law is pretty bad. www.patreon.com/stevelehto

WEEI Late Night
Late Night with Brian Barrett - The blame gets passed around the Celtics for losing Game 6.

WEEI Late Night

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 40:23


After the Celtics were defeated in game 6 by the Golden State Warriors, Brian looks into the present and future of the Boston Celtics and where it all went wrong.

Montana Public Radio News
A bill supporting veterans exposed to toxic burn pits is close to being passed

Montana Public Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 1:39


A bill expanding benefits to millions of military veterans exposed to toxins is now one step away from President Joe Biden's desk.

Broeske and Musson
6.15.2022 - BREAKING NEWS: Former KMJ & Bulldog Sports Legend Bill Woodward Has Passed Away

Broeske and Musson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 15:19


BREAKING NEWS: Former KMJ & Bulldog sports legend Bill Woodward has passed away at the age of 81 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sol Luckman Uncensored
Edward Jenner, the “Father of Immunology,” Was a Huckster & Fraud Who Never Passed a Single Medical Exam in His Life

Sol Luckman Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 5:45


Empower yourself with additional Resources for Lucidity: https://snooze2awaken.com Fly high with Crow Rising Transformational Media: http://www.crowrising.com Heal & transform your life with the Regenetics Method: http://www.phoenixregenetics.org Follow Sol Luckman on Substack: https://solluckman.substack.com & Telegram: https://t.me/solluckman Explore the most important story never told & why it matters today: http://www.crowrising.com/fallen-goddess-scenario This episode is also available as a blog post: http://snooze2awaken.com/2022/06/15/edward-jenner-the-father-of-immunology-was-a-huckster-fraud-who-never-passed-a-single-medical-exam-in-his-life Check out Natural News: https://www.naturalnews.com

The Steve Gruber Show
Steve Gruber, The House of Representatives has finally passed a bill to protect Supreme Court Justices

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 7:30


The Perks Of Being A Book Lover Podcast
S. 6 Ep. 137 -Hello Summer Reading with Guest Bookseller Sam Miller - 6/15/22

The Perks Of Being A Book Lover Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 60:08


Once again we have our favorite local bookseller, Sam Miller, of Carmichaels Books in Louisville KY on the show to talk about summer reads. She is like our in house book seller who joins us every summer and winter to tell us what is new and notable in bookstores.   Not all of these books are the typical fluffy summer books about the beach and booze; we have her cover all genres—sci/fi, cookbooks, local authors, YA, and literary fiction. We always enjoy when Sam visits us. And this week besides us, she also got to visit with resident cat Miso who was spreading the love around in the studio while we were recording.   www.carmichaelsbookstore.com  Follow us -Facebook at The Perks of Being a Book Lover - Instagram at @perksofbeingabookoverpod - For show notes for any episode, go to our website at perksofbeingabooklover.com.     Books Mentioned In This Episode: 1- The Tale of Halcyon Crane by Wendy Webb 2- Shirley Jackson:  A Rather Haunted Life by Ruth Franklin 3- In Defense of Witches by Mona Chollet 4- This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub 5- Horse by Geraldine Brooks 6- Wrath Goddess Sing by Maya Deane 7- Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin 8- The Storied Life of AJ Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin 9- Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid 10- How to Be Eaten by Maria Adelmann 11- Final Strife by Saara El-Arifi  12- Elsewhere by Alexis Schaitkin 13- A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow 14- A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow 15- Little Brother by Sallie Bingham 16- The Silver Swan: In Search of Doris Duke by Sallie Bingham 17- Half-Blown Rose by Leesa Cross-Smith 18- Shifty's Boys by Chris Offut 19- These Killing Hills by Chris Offut 20- Kentucky Straight by Chris Offut 21- These Prisoning Hills by Christopher Rowe 22- River of the Gods by Candice Millard 23- The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie Rubenhold 24- You Never Forget Your First by Alexis Coe 25- Rogues: True Stories of Grifters, Killers, Rebels and Crooks by Patrick Radden Keefe 26- Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe 27- Empire of Pain by Patrick Radden Keefe 28- I Contain Multitudes by Ed Yong 29- An Immense World by Ed Yong 30- Tree Thieves by Lyndsie Bourgon 31- The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben 32- Counterfeit by Kirstin Chen 33- The House Across the Lake by Riley Sager 34- The Pallbearers Club by Paul Tremblay 355- Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney 36- Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston 37- We Were Liars by E. Lockhart 38- Family of Liars by E. Lockhart 39- The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert 40- Our Crooked Hearts by Melissa Albert 41- The World Belonged to Us by Jacqueline Woodson 42- Wretched Waterpark by Kiersten White 43- I Dream of Dinner So You Don't Have To by Ali Slagle 44- Snacks for Dinner by Lukas Volger 45- Watermelon and Red Birds by Nicole Taylor 46- Passersthrough by Peter Rock 47- My Old Kentucky Home by Emily Bingham  48- How The Word is Passed by Clint Smith 49- Heartbreak: A Personal  and Scientific Journey by Florence Williams 50- Six Days in Rome by Francesca Giacco 51- The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk   Shows mentioned— Justified (FX and Hulu 2010-2016)  

Chad Hartman
Ask Adam Anything - and paying tribute to longtime listener Diana who passed away

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 13:45


Is it the final Ask Adam Anything? We'll have to find out! And Chad pays tribute to listener Diana who recently passed away. 

FORward Radio program archives
Perks S. 6 Ep. 137 | Bookseller Sam Miller | Hello Summer Reading | 6-15-22

FORward Radio program archives

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 60:08


Once again we have our favorite local bookseller, Sam Miller, of Carmichaels Books in Louisville KY on the show to talk about summer reads. She is like our in house book seller who joins us every summer and winter to tell us what is new and notable in bookstores.   Not all of these books are the typical fluffy summer books about the beach and booze; we have her cover all genres—sci/fi, cookbooks, local authors, YA, and literary fiction. We always enjoy when Sam visits us. And this week besides us, she also got to visit with resident cat Miso who was spreading the love around in the studio while we were recording. www.carmichaelsbookstore.com  Follow us -Facebook at The Perks of Being a Book Lover - Instagram at @perksofbeingabookoverpod - For show notes for any episode, go to our website at perksofbeingabooklover.com. Books Mentioned In This Episode: 1- The Tale of Halcyon Crane by Wendy Webb 2- Shirley Jackson:  A Rather Haunted Life by Ruth Franklin 3- In Defense of Witches by Mona Chollet 4- This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub 5- Horse by Geraldine Brooks 6- Wrath Goddess Sing by Maya Deane 7- Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin 8- The Storied Life of AJ Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin 9- Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid 10- How to Be Eaten by Maria Adelmann 11- Final Strife by Saara El-Arifi  12- Elsewhere by Alexis Schaitkin 13- A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow 14- A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow 15- Little Brother by Sallie Bingham 16- The Silver Swan: In Search of Doris Duke by Sallie Bingham 17- Half-Blown Rose by Leesa Cross-Smith 18- Shifty's Boys by Chris Offut 19- These Killing Hills by Chris Offut 20- Kentucky Straight by Chris Offut 21- These Prisoning Hills by Christopher Rowe 22- River of the Gods by Candice Millard 23- The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie Rubenhold 24- You Never Forget Your First by Alexis Coe 25- Rogues: True Stories of Grifters, Killers, Rebels and Crooks by Patrick Radden Keefe 26- Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe 27- Empire of Pain by Patrick Radden Keefe 28- I Contain Multitudes by Ed Yong 29- An Immense World by Ed Yong 30- Tree Thieves by Lyndsie Bourgon 31- The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben 32- Counterfeit by Kirstin Chen 33- The House Across the Lake by Riley Sager 34- The Pallbearers Club by Paul Tremblay 355- Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney 36- Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston 37- We Were Liars by E. Lockhart 38- Family of Liars by E. Lockhart 39- The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert 40- Our Crooked Hearts by Melissa Albert 41- The World Belonged to Us by Jacqueline Woodson 42- Wretched Waterpark by Kiersten White 43- I Dream of Dinner So You Don't Have To by Ali Slagle 44- Snacks for Dinner by Lukas Volger 45- Watermelon and Red Birds by Nicole Taylor 46- Passersthrough by Peter Rock 47- My Old Kentucky Home by Emily Bingham  48- How The Word is Passed by Clint Smith 49- Heartbreak: A Personal  and Scientific Journey by Florence Williams 50- Six Days in Rome by Francesca Giacco 51- The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk Shows mentioned— Justified (FX and Hulu 2010-2016)

Passed Ball Show
Passed Ball Show #630 (6/13/2022)

Passed Ball Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 32:49


6-13-2022 Passed Ball Show. John opens up this program by mentioning he would like to see the Tampa Bay Lightning win their third straight Stanley Cup Finals and how he is seeing a totally different way that Draymond Green is going to cost the Golden State Warriors a NBA Championship. John spends the bulk of this program talking about the Court of Public Opinion and the fact that it has been against Tony LaRussa since the day he was hired for the second (2nd) time as manager of the Chicago White Sox. There has been a cult that has wanted him to fail from the beginning in a time where baseball's manager has changed responsibilities. John talks about the hypocrisy when it comes to fans, who want a manager to have the balls to do what he feels is right in a sport that follows a game plan created by the front office. LaRussa did that, of course to the worse of consequences, but he did go against the grain and likely did not follow the game plan. John spends the last part of show talking about selective cheating in MLB and how catchers' framing and the left handed pitchers' privilege as they are allowed to balk the ball to first base when throwing out a leading baserunner.

Help and Hope Happen Here
Lorna Day will talk about her son Sam who passed away after a long and difficult battle with Ewing's Sarcoma in 2016, and the Foundation she set up in his honor to fund research for the most difficult forms of Pediatric Cancer.

Help and Hope Happen Here

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 62:35


Lorna Day's son Sam was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma in 2010 and went through an arduous treatment ordeal that included losing his left leg and right foot to amputation. After Sam's very unfortunate passing in 2016, Lorna set out to help other pediatric cancer patients and their families as she set up her Sam Day Foundation in honor and memory of her beloved son.  As its' core principal, this foundation focuses on trying to fund research for the most difficult pediatric cancers including many of the Sarcomas and Brain Cancer.Nicknamed the "Hope Junkie," Lorna will talk about the many programs that she has initiated through her foundation in the Pacific Northwest, as she strives to accomplish a goal of getting as many people as possible involved  in this Pediatric Cancer fight from that area of the country, and especially in her home state of Oregon. 

Bobbycast
#350 - Gavin DeGraw on Growing up in a Prison Town + Wanting to Finish His New Album Before His Dad Passed + Getting Roped into Dancing with the Stars + Opening for Billy Joel

Bobbycast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 74:50


Bobby and Gavin start by talking about the bars he owns in town and how involved he is in that business. Gavin shares the story behind his new album “Face The River” and how it is dedicated to his late parents, Wayne and Lynne which makes him very emotional.  He talks about what it was like growing up in a prison town, how he and his brother moved to NYC to pursue music and how he ended up in Nashville. Gavin also shares stories about why he ended doing Dancing with the Stars and getting to open up for his hero, Billy Joel.  Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CPA Exam Experience from SuperfastCPA
How Brian Passed His CPA Exams Using Becker with SuperfastCPA

CPA Exam Experience from SuperfastCPA

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 48:11


In this SuperfastCPA podcast episode, you'll hear how Brian realized after two weeks of studying the "normal way" that it wasn't working, and so he looked around online and discovered the SuperfastCPA podcast. From there he signed up for the free study training, and decided to give SuperfastCPA a try. After implementing the PRO course study strategies with his Becker material, he passed all 4 CPA exams on his first try. In this episode you'll hear Brian's study strategies, his daily routine, and his insights into the importance of the motivation & emotional side of the CPA study process. Important LinksLearn our “ultra-efficient” CPA study methods here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/study-secrets/ Enter the free podcast giveaway: https://www.superfastcpa.com/enter See CPA score release dates here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/cpa-score-release-dates/ How to study for the CPA exams: https://www.superfastcpa.com/how-to-study-for-the-cpa-exams/ Episode Timestamps 00:00 Introduction 04:36 How Brian Came Across SuperfastCPA 08:03 How His Study Process was Like Doing the Traditional Way 09:45 Realizing His Study Process Needs to Get Changed 11:34 SFCPA Strategies that Made Sense After Hearing the Podcast 16:11 The Switch from Traditional Way to SFCPA Strategies 19:09 How He Used SFCPA Study Tools in His Study Process 21:37 Study Routine in the Evenings 27:00 Study Process on the Weekends 28:23 His Actual Process for the Practice SIMS 31:52 Creating Flashcards Using a Free Card App 34:35 His Mega Cram Session or Final Study Session Before the Exams 41:44 Tips for People Currently Studying FULL EPISODE PAGE: https://www.superfastcpa.com/how-brian-passed-his-cpa-exams-using-becker-with-superfastcpa/ Learn the SuperfastCPA Study Approach, Free You'll hear me mention the SuperfastCPA study process multiple times in this episode.  What we teach our customers is how to have a 2-hour main session each day where you can get more done than someone studying 4-5 hours the "normal way".  We cover this in our free "study trainings", which are 1-hour webinars where you'll learn exactly what to do when you sit down to study so that you can 1) move through new material faster, 2) understand and retain it better, and 3) spend less time in front of your review course WHILE getting better results. Register for a free session here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/passnow OR, just text PASSNOW to 44222 and we'll text you back a link to the training. This is one hour that will literally save you months of time and frustration from trying to figure this stuff out on your own, so register for a session today! Register for a free session here: https://www.superfastcpa.com/passnow

Focus on the Family Marriage Podcast
After the Storm Has Passed

Focus on the Family Marriage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 14:30


After your marriage has gone through a hard time, it can be tempting to bring up past hurts to your spouse. The truth is, recovery is anything but an easy road. John, Greg and Erin share how you can be honest about the past in your marriage, without dwelling on it. Featuring Jeff and Cheryl Scruggs. Find us online at focusonthefamily.com/marriagepodcast or call 1-800-A-FAMILY. Receive the book "I Do Again" for your donation of any amount: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-fofm-podcast-2022-03-08?refcd=1423502 Get more episode resources: https://www.focusonthefamily.com/episodes/focus-on-marriage-podcast/after-the-storm-has-passed/#featured-resource-cta Listen Anytime: https://store.focusonthefamily.com/hope-for-every-marriage-digital-product/?refcd=1423502 If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback: https://focusonthefamily.com/podcastsurvey/

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
6-6-22 - Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Frat Boys At Postino - MLB Prdie Night - John Getting Passed Over For Frank Caliendo - Monday June 6, 2022

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 45:00


6-6-22 - Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Frat Boys At Postino - MLB Prdie Night - John Getting Passed Over For Frank Caliendo - Monday June 6, 2022

Congressional Dish
CD253: Escalation of War

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 104:52


Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began, Congress has signed four laws that send enormous amounts of money and weapons to Ukraine, attempting to punish Russia for President Putin's invasion. In this episode, we examine these laws to find out where our money will actually go and attempt to understand the shifting goals of the Biden administration. The big picture, as it's being explained to Congress, differs from what we're being sold. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Content Ukraine and Russia CD249: A Few Good Laws CD248: Understanding the Enemy CD244: Keeping Ukraine CD229: Target Belarus CD167: Combating Russia (NDAA 2018) LIVE CD068: Ukraine Aid Bill CD067: What Do We Want In Ukraine? Syria CD172: The Illegal Bombing of Syria CD108: Regime Change CD041: Why Attack Syria? World Trade System What Is the World Trade System? CD230: Pacific Deterrence Initiative CD102: The World Trade Organization: COOL? Russian Blockade Shane Harris. May 24, 2022. “U.S. intelligence document shows Russian naval blockade of Ukraine.” The Washington Post. NATO Expansion Jim Garamone. Jun 1, 2022. “Russia Forcing Changes to NATO Strategic Concepts.” U.S. Department of Defense News. Matthew Lee. May 27, 2022. “US: Turkey's NATO issues with Sweden, Finland will be fixed.” AP News. Ted Kemp. May 19, 2022. “Two maps show NATO's growth — and Russia's isolation — since 1990.” CNBC. U.S. Involvement in Ukraine Helene Cooper, Eric Schmitt and Julian E. Barnes. May 5, 2022. “U.S. Intelligence Helped Ukraine Strike Russian Flagship, Officials Say.” The New York Times. Julian E. Barnes, Helene Cooper and Eric Schmitt. May 4, 2022. “U.S. Intelligence Is Helping Ukraine Kill Russian Generals, Officials Say.” The New York Times. Private Security Contractors Christopher Caldwell. May 31, 2022. “The War in Ukraine May Be Impossible to Stop. And the U.S. Deserves Much of the Blame.” The New York Times. Joaquin Sapien and Joshua Kaplan. May 27, 2022. “How the U.S. Has Struggled to Stop the Growth of a Shadowy Russian Private Army.” ProPublica. H.R. 7691 Background How It Passed Glenn Greenwald. May 13, 2022. “The Bizarre, Unanimous Dem Support for the $40b War Package to Raytheon and CIA: ‘For Ukraine.'” Glenn Greenwald on Substack. Catie Edmondson and Emily Cochrane. May 10, 2022. “House Passes $40 Billion More in Ukraine Aid, With Few Questions Asked.” The New York Times. Republican Holdouts Glenn Greenwald and Anthony Tobin. May 24, 2022. “Twenty-Two House Republicans Demand Accountability on Biden's $40b War Spending.” Glenn Greenwald on Substack. Amy Cheng and Eugene Scott. May 13, 2022. “Rand Paul, lone Senate holdout, delays vote on Ukraine aid to next week.” The Washington Post. Morgan Watkins. May 13, 2022. “Sen. Rand Paul stalls $40 billion in aid for Ukraine, breaking with Mitch McConnell USA Today. Stephen Semler. May 26, 2022. “The Ukraine Aid Bill Is a Massive Windfall for US Military Contractors.” Jacobin. Biden Signs in South Korea Biden signs Ukraine Bill and Access to Baby Formula Act in South Korea. Reddit. Kate Sullivan. May 20, 2022. “Flying the Ukraine aid bill to South Korea for Biden's signature isn't unheard of. It also may not be totally necessary.” CNN. How Much Money, and Where Will It Go? Stephen Semler. May 23, 2022. “A breakdown of the Ukraine aid bill.” Speaking Security on Substack. “CBO Estimate for H.R. 7691, Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2022, as Passed by the House of Representatives on May 10, 2022.” May 11 2022. Congressional Budget Office. Christina Arabia, Andrew Bowen, and Cory Welt. Updated Apr 29, 2022. “U.S. Security Assistance to Ukraine.” [IF12040] Congressional Research Service. “22 U.S. Code § 2346 - Authority.” Legal Information Institute, Cornell School of Law. Representatives' Raytheon and Lockheed Martin Stocks Kimberly Leonard. May 19, 2022. “20 members of Congress personally invest in top weapons contractors that'll profit from the just-passed $40 billion Ukraine aid package.” Insider. Kimberly Leonard. Mar 21, 2022. “GOP Rep. John Rutherford of Florida bought Raytheon stock the same day Russia invaded Ukraine.” Insider. Marjorie Taylor Green [@RepMTG]. Feb 24, 2022. “War is big business to our leaders.” Twitter. “Florida's 4th Congressional District.” GovTrack. “Rules Based Order” Anthony Dworkin. Sep 8, 2020. “Why America is facing off against the International Criminal Court.” “History of the multilateral trading system.” *The World Trade Organization “Facts: Global Inequality” Inequality.org “Timeline: Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin.” Apr 23, 2007. NPR. Crimea Kenneth Rapoza. Mar 20, 2015. One Year After Russia Annexed Crimea, Locals Prefer Moscow To Kiev Forbes. “Crimea exit poll: About 93% back Russia union. March 16, 2014. BBC. Shifting Strategies Economic War Larry Elliott. Jun 2, 2022. “Russia is winning the economic war - and Putin is no closer to withdrawing troops. The Guardian. Nigel Gould-Davies. May 12, 2022. “We Must Make Sure Russia Finishes This War in a Worse Position Than Before” The New York Times. Weapons Escalation Jake Johnson. Jun 1, 2022. “'Slippery Slope... Just Got a Lot Steeper': US to Send Ukraine Advanced Missiles as Russia Holds Nuke Drills.” Common Dreams. C. Todd Lopez. Jun 1, 2022. “Advanced Rocket Launcher System Heads to Ukraine.” U.S. Department of Defense News. Greg Norman. Jun 1, 2022. “Russia stages nuclear drills after US announces rockets to Ukraine.” Fox News. Christian Esch et al. May 30, 2022. “What's Next for Ukraine? The West Tries to Figure Out What Peace Might Look Like.” Spiegel International. See Image. Alastair Gale. May 24, 2022. “China and Russia Sent Bombers Near Japan as Biden Visited Tokyo.” The Wall Street Journal. Mike Stone. Mar 11, 2022. “Exclusive: Pentagon revives team to speed arms to Ukraine and allies, sources say.” Reuters. Secretary Austin and the Pentagon Jim Garamone. May 20, 2022. “Austin to Host Second Ukraine Contact Group Meeting Monday.” U.S. Department of Defense News. Natasha Bertrand et al. Apr 26, 2022. “Austin's assertion that US wants to ‘weaken' Russia underlines Biden strategy shift.” CNN. David Sanger. Apr 25, 2022. “Behind Austin's Call for a ‘Weakened' Russia, Hints of a Shift.” The New York Times. Mike Stone. Apr 12, 2022. “Pentagon asks top 8 U.S. weapons makers to meet on Ukraine -sources.” Reuters. Glenn Greenwald. Dec 8, 2020. “Biden's Choice For Pentagon Chief Further Erodes a Key U.S. Norm: Civilian Control.” Glenn Greenwald on Substack. Democrats Still All In Marc Santora. May 1, 2022. “Pelosi and Democratic lawmakers vow the U.S. will stand with Ukraine. The New York Times. RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service. May 1, 2022. “Civilians Evacuated From Mariupol; U.S. House Speaker Pelosi Visits Kyiv.” Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. “Ukraine war: Joe Biden calls for removal of Vladimir Putin in angry speech.” Mar 26, 2022. Sky News. The Laws H.R. 7691: Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2022 House Vote: 368-57 Senate Vote: 86-11 Transcript of House Debate S.3522: Ukraine Democracy Defense Lend-Lease Act of 2022 Passed by Voice Vote in the Senate House Vote 417-10 House "Debate" H.R.6968 - Ending Importation of Russian Oil Act Senate Vote: 100-0 House Vote: 413-9 House Debate H.R.7108: Suspending Normal Trade Relations with Russia and Belarus Act Senate Vote: 100-0 (amended the original House bill) Final House Vote: 424-8 House debate 1 (on original version) House debate 2 (final version) Audio Sources Joe Manchin at the World Economic Forum's meeting in Davos May 23, 2022 Clips Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV): Speaking about Ukraine, first what Putin, Putin's war on Ukraine and Ukraine's determination, resolving the sacrifices they've made for the cause of freedom has united the whole world, that it's united, US Senate and Congress, I think like nothing I've seen in my lifetime. I think we're totally committed to supporting Ukraine, in every way possible, as long as we have the rest of NATO and the free world helping. I think we're all in this together. And I am totally committed as one person to seeing Ukraine to the end with a win, not basically resolving in some type of a treaty. I don't think that is where we are and where we should be. Reporter: Can I just follow up and ask you what you mean by a win for Ukraine? ** Sen. Joe Manchin:** I mean, basically moving Putin back to Russia and hopefully getting rid of Putin. The Ukraine Crisis: Implications for U.S. Policy in the Indo-Pacific May 19, 2022 Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Asia, the Pacific, Central Asia, and Nonproliferation Witnesses: Charles Edel, Ph.D., Australia Chair and Senior Adviser, Center for Strategic and International Studies Bonny Lin, Ph.D., Director, China Power Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies Tanvi Madan, Ph.D.Director, The India Project, Brookings Institution Dan Blumenthal, Ph.D., Senior Fellow and Director of Asian Studies, American Enterprise Institute Clips 6:57 Tanvi Madan: One implication that is already evident, most visibly in Sri Lanka, is the adverse economic impact. The rise in commodity prices in particular has led to fiscal food and energy security concerns and these, in turn, could have political implications and could create a strategic vacuum. 7:15 Tanvi Madan: A separate and longer term economic impact of the crisis could be renewed goals, perhaps especially in India, for self reliance and building resilience not just against Chinese pressure, but also against Western sanctions. 7:28 Tanvi Madan: The second potential implication of the Russia-Ukraine war could be that Beijing might seek to take advantage in the Indo-Pacific while the world's focus is on Europe, between the Taiwan or the East or South China Sea contingencies. The contingency that would have the most direct impact in South Asia would be further action by the PLA at the China-India boundary, or at the Bhutan-China boundary that could draw in India. This potential for Sino-Indian crisis escalation has indeed shaped Delhi's response to the Russia-Ukraine war. Despite its recent diversification efforts, the Indian military continues to be dependent, if not over dependent, on Russia for supplies and spare parts for crucial frontline equipment. India has also been concerned about moving Moscow away from neutrality towards taking China's side. Nonetheless, there is simultaneously concern that Russia's war with Ukraine might, in any case, make Moscow more beholden to Beijing and also less able to supply India, and that will have implications for India's military readiness. 10:10 Tanvi Madan: The fourth implication in South Asia could flow from the war's effect on the Russia-China relationship flows. The Sino-Russian ties in recent years have benefited Pakistan. However, they have been of great concern to India. If China-Russia relations deepened further, it could lead to increased Indian concern about Russian reliability. And a Dheli that is concerned about Moscow's ability and willingness to supply India militarily or supported in international forums will seek alternative partners and suppliers a potential opportunity for the US as well as its allies and partners. 18:15 Bonny Lin: China has shifted its position on the Ukraine conflict to be less fully pro Russia. Xi Jinping has expressed that he is deeply grieved by the outbreak of war. China has engaged in diplomacy, called for a ceasefire, proposed a six point humanitarian initiative, and provided humanitarian aid to Ukraine. China's position on Ukraine, however, is far from neutral. China has not condemned Russia or called its aggression an evasion. Xi has yet to speak to President Zelenskyy. There is no evidence that China has sought to pressure Russia in any way or form. China has amplified Russian disinformation and pushed back against Western sanctions. To date, Beijing has not provided direct military support to Russia and has not engaged in systemic efforts to help Russia evade sanctions. However, China's ambassador to Russia has encouraged Chinese companies to quote "fill the void in the Russian market." 19:14 Bonny Lin: The Ukraine crisis has reinforced China's view that US military expansion could provoke conflict in the Indo-Pacific. Chinese interlocutors have voiced concern that the United States and NATO are fighting Russia today, but might fight China next. China views NATO expansion as one of the key causes of the Korean conflict and sees parallels between NATO activities in Europe and US efforts in the Indo-Pacific. Beijing is worried that increasing US and ally support for Taiwan and other regional allies and partners elevates the risk of US-China military confrontation. This pessimistic assessment is why Beijing will continue to stand by Russia as a close strategic partner. 19:56 Bonny Lin: The Ukraine crisis has reinforced and strengthened China's desire to be more self reliant. China is investing more to ensure the security of food, energy, and raw materials. Beijing is also seeking more resilient industrial supply chains, as well as PRC-led systems, including alternatives to Swift. At the same time, Beijing is likely to further cultivate dependencies on China, such that any potential Western led sanctions on China or international-community-led sanctions on China in the future will be painful to the West and difficult to sustain. 21:15 Bonny Lin: China has observed that Russia put its nuclear and strategic forces on high alert and NATO did not send conventional forces to Ukraine. This is leading China to question its nuclear policy and posture. 21:57 Bonny Lin: As Beijing watches the Western and particularly G7-led unity among advanced democracies, it is also seeing that a number of countries in the developing world are not joining in on the sanctions. As a result, Beijing has tried to increase its influence and in many ways building on Russian influence in developing regions. And Beijing is likely to try to get all that influence moving forward. 24:24 Dan Blumenthal: China took the opportunity of Russia's invasion on February 4 to lay out a document that criticizes, very specifically, almost all aspects of United States global policy. Very specifically, including Oculus for NATO enlargement to Oculus to the Indo Pacific strategy. It got Russia to sign up to Xi Jinping's theory that we're in a new era of geopolitics that will replace US leadership, that US leadership is faulty and it's dividing the world into blocks such as NATO, that NATO expansion is the problem, that Indo-Pacific strategy is the same thing as NATO expansion. 25:45 Dan Blumenthal: We should take very seriously what they say, particularly in Chinese, and what they're saying is very clearly pro-Russia and very clear, specific, searing critiques of the US-led world order. 26:47 Dan Blumenthal: And frankly, while the West is unified, and the US and the West and some of our Asian allies are unified, most of the rest of the world is not with us on this issue of China and Russia being these authoritarian, revisionist great powers, and that's a real problem. Middle East, North Africa, and Global Counterterrorism May 18, 2022 House Committee on Foreign Affairs: Subcommittee on the Middle East, North Africa, and Global Counterterrorism Witnesses: Dr. Hanna Notte, Senior Research Associate, Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Dr. Frederic Wehrey, Senior Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Caitlin Welsh, Director of the Global Food Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies Grant Rumley, Senior Fellow, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy Clips 12:55 Hanna Notte: First, Moscow's military presence in Syria has given it a buffer zone on its southern flank to counter perceived threats from within the region, but also to deter NATO outside the European theater. And second, Russia has turned to the region to diversify its economic relations with a focus on arms sales, civilian nuclear exports and wheat supplies. And in building influence, Russia has largely followed what I call a low cost high disruption approach, also using hybrid tactics such as private military companies and disinformation. Now, these Russian interests in the region will not fundamentally change with the invasion of Ukraine. Today, Russia's regional diplomacy remains highly active, aimed at offsetting the impact of Western sanctions and demonstrating that Moscow is not isolated internationally. 14:09 Hanna Notte: Starting with arms control and Non-Proliferation, though Moscow seemed intent on spoiling negotiations to restore the JCPOA [Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action] in early March. It subsequently dropped demands for written guarantees that its cooperation with Iran would not be hindered by sanctions imposed over Ukraine. But still, I think the geopolitical situation might make Moscow less willing to help finalize a nuclear deal. As in the past, Russia is also unlikely to support any US efforts to curb Iran's use of missiles and proxies in the region, because essentially, Iran's regional strategy pins down us resources while elevating Russia as a regional mediator, which serves Russian interests well. 15:17 Hanna Notte: Just a few words on Syria. Security Council resolution 2585 on the provision of humanitarian aid to northwest Syria is up for renewal in July. Now, Rationally speaking, the Kremlin should cooperate to avoid a worsening of serious food crisis, especially if an end game in Ukraine remains out of reach. But considering the current level of tensions between Russia and the West, I think the United States should be prepared for a Russian Security Council veto regardless, alongside continued Russian stalling on the Syrian constitutional committee. Moscow has no serious interest in seeing the committee advance. It will instead try to foster a Gulf Arab counterweight to Iran in Syria through normalization, especially for the contingency that Russia may need to scale back its own presence in Syria due to Ukraine. 16:14 Hanna Notte: First, unfortunately I think there's a widespread perception that the Ukraine war is not their war, that it's a Great Power NATO-Russia war, partially fueled by NATO and US actions visa vis Russia. 16:27 Hanna Notte: Second, there are accusations of Western double standards. The military support to Kyiv, the reception of Ukrainian refugees, these are rightly or wrongly viewed as proof that the West cares significantly more about conflict in Europe's neighborhood than those in the Middle East. 16:42 Hanna Notte: Third, regional elites worry about US conventional security guarantees. They fear that the threats posed by Russia and China will accelerate a decline in US power in the Middle East. And they also fear that the US will have limited bandwidth to confront Iran's missile and proxy activities. And with those fears, they feel they cannot afford to put all their eggs into the US basket. 17:07 Hanna Notte: And then finally, each regional state has very distinct business and security interests with Russia. As a result, and I'll end here, I think us opportunities to get regional states to turn against Russia are circumscribed. loosening these ties that states have been building with Russia will require a heavy lift. 18:57 Frederic Wehrey: This engagement is largely opportunistic and ad hoc. It seizes on instability and power vacuums and exploits the insecurities of US partners in the region about the reliability of US support, and their displeasure with the conditionality that the US sometimes attaches to its arms sales. Russian arms deliveries, in contrast, are faster and free from restrictions related to human rights. But Russia cannot provide the security guarantees that many Arab states have depended on from the United States. 19:29 Frederic Wehrey: Now, in the wake of its invasion of Ukraine, Russia is trying to reap dividends from its investment in the region, call in favors, and capitalize on local ambivalence and hostility to the United States, both from states and from Arab publics. America's Arab security partners have differed on joining the Western condemnation of Russian aggression, and some of refuse to join efforts to isolate Russia economically. 20:31 Frederic Wehrey: Russia's disastrous war in Ukraine is tarnishing its reputation as an arms supplier in the Middle East. Russian weapons have been shown to be flawed in combat and often fatally. So, Battlefield expenditures and attrition have whittled away Russia's inventory, especially precision munitions, and sanctions have eroded its defense industrial base, especially electronic components. As a result, Russia won't be able to fulfill its existing commitments, and potential buyers will be increasingly dissuaded from turning to Russia. This shortfall could be modestly exploited by China, which possesses large quantities of Russian made arms and spare parts, which you could use to keep existing inventories in the region up and running. It could also intensify its efforts to sell its own advanced weaponry like drones. 23:50 Caitlin Welsh: The war has reduced supplies and increased prices of foods exported from Ukraine and Russia, namely wheat, maize and sunflower oil, driven up demand for substitute products and reduced fertilizer exports from the Black Sea. Today's high cost of energy puts further pressure on food and fertilizer prices. Most vulnerable to the impact of these price spikes are countries for whom wheat is a major source of calories that rely on imports to meet their food security needs, and that source a significant proportion of their imports from Ukraine and Russia. 24:38 Caitlin Welsh: Egypt is the world's largest importer of wheat, sourcing over 70% of its wheat from the Black Sea. 25:42 Caitlin Welsh: The Russian Ukraine war is limiting access to wheat for Lebanon, already in one of the worst economic crises in the world. Lebanon has not recorded economic growth since 2017 and food price inflation inflation reached 400% in December 2021. Lebanon procures approximately 75% of its wheat from Russia and Ukraine. 28:48 Grant Rumley: Russia is one of the few countries in the world to maintain a relatively positive diplomatic standing with nearly every country in the Middle East. It does so through a combination of an active military presence, high level diplomatic engagement, and a concerted effort to position itself as a viable source of arms, should countries seek non-US material. 29:08 Grant Rumley: Russia's military presence in the region is well documented by Russian MOD statements. Russia has deployed over 60,000 troops to Syria since intervening in 2015. From its two bases in Syria, Hmeimim and Tartous, Russia is able to project power into the eastern Mediterranean, influence the course of the Syrian civil war, and intervene in countries like Libya. 29:47 Grant Rumley: Russia's invasion of Ukraine, however, threatens Russia standing in the region. Already reports indicate Russia has begun withdrawing some troops and mercenaries from the region to support its invasion of Ukraine. While we can expect these reports to continue if the war continues to go poorly for Russia, I'm skeptical of a full Russian withdrawal, and instead expect Russia to continue to consolidate its forces until it's left with a skeleton presence at Hmeimim and Tartous, its most strategic assets in the region. 30:26 Grant Rumley: On arms sales, the Russian defense industry, which has struggled to produce key platforms following sanctions initially placed after its 2014 invasion of Ukraine, will likely have to prioritize replenishing the Russian military over exporting. Further, customers of Russian arms may struggle with the resources to maintain and sustain the material in their inventory. Still, so long as Russia is able to make platforms, there will likely always be potential customers of Russian arms. 41:25 Grant Rumley: I definitely think customers of Russian arms are going to have several hurdles going forward, not only with simply maintaining and sustaining what they've already purchased, but in some of the basic logistics, even the payment process. Russian bank complained last month that it wasn't able to process close to a billion dollars in payments from India and Egypt over arms sales. I think countries that purchase Russian arms will also now have to consider the potential that they may incur secondary sanctions, in addition to running afoul of CAATSA [Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act-Related Sanctions]. I think from from our standpoint, there are many ways that we can amend our security cooperation approach. The Middle East, I think is a key theater for the future of great power competition, not only have we been competing with Russia in terms of arms sales there, but China increasingly has sold armed drones to the region. They've sold it to traditional partners, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the UAE. And what they're doing is is oftentimes what we're not willing to do, our partners in the region seek co-production, they seek technology sharing. China and Russia are willing to work together to build these advanced platforms, Russia and the UAE inked an agreement several years ago to produce a fifth generation fighter. Nothing's come of that yet. China and Saudi Arabia, however, signed an agreement a couple of months ago to jointly produce armed drones in Saudi Arabia. And so I think the US may want to think creatively in terms of both what we sell, how we sell it, and what we're doing to make this more of a relationship and something beyond a strict transaction. 43:39 Grant Rumley: Their presence in Syria has evolved from a modest airstrip in 2015, to a base at Hmeimim that by open source reporting can serve as a logistics hub, a medical hub, it has the runways to host Russia's most advanced bombers. There was reports before Ukraine that Russia was deploying two 22 bombers there and hypersonic missiles. Their facility at Tartous, likewise. Their ability to stage naval assets there has expanded to they can now stage up to 11 ships there. So it has grown from from a rather modest beginning to something much more challenging from a US standpoint. In terms of what we can we can do, I think we can continue to support Ukraine and the defense of Ukraine, and the longer that Russia is bogged down in Ukraine, the harder it will be for Russia's military to extend and maintain its presence in the Middle East. 1:01:45 Grant Rumley: I think the US has several partners in the middle of major Russian arms purchases that we can, like Turkey and the S 400, that has requested the F 16, or Egypt and Sukhoi Su-35, that has requested the F 15. I'm not saying we have to make a deal right now for that, but I think it's clear that these countries are going to have gaps in their capabilities where they had planned on having Russian platforms to complement, and we can work with our partners and work with our own defense industry and see if there's ways in which we can provide off ramps for them to gradually disinvest these Russian platforms. 1:03:00 Frederic Wehrey: When countries in the in the region buy US arms, they believe they're buying much more than the capability, the hardware, that they're purchasing an insurance policy. I think especially for states in the Gulf, there's a fundamental sense of insecurity. These are states that face Iran, but they're also autocrats. They're insecure because of their political systems. They face dissent from within. We saw that with Egypt. So they're purchasing a whole stream of US assurances -- they believe they are. 1:06:00 Grant Rumley: The issue of of co-production is one means to address a common complaint, which is buying from America takes too long. That its too complicated, that if we get in line to buy something from the US, we're going to have to wait years to get it. A good example is the F 16. There are over 20 countries in the world that fly the F 16. We currently -- Lockheed Martin builds it out of one facility. That facility, if you get in line today, you're probably not getting the F 16 for five years from when you sign on the dotted line for it. In the 70s and 80s, we co-produced the F 16 with three other European countries and we were able to get them off the line faster. The initial order at those facilities was for 1000 F 16s. The initial order for the F 16 plant in South Carolina was for 90 F 16s for Taiwan and Morocco. And so from an industry standpoint, it's a question of scale. And so they're not able to ramp up the production because while the demand may get closer to 1000 over time, it's at 128. Last I checked, it's not there yet. And so I think we can use foreign military financing, longer security cooperation planning, working with our partners on multi-year acquisition timetables to then also communicate and send a signal to the defense industry that these are orders for upgrades, for new kits that are going to come down the road. You can start to plan around that and potentially address some of these production lags. 1:17:52 Grant Rumley: China has a lot of legacy Russian platforms, and will likely be a leading candidate to transfer some of these platforms to countries that had purchased Russian arms in the past and may be seeking maintenance and sustainment for them. I think China's already active in the Middle East, it's already flooding the market with armed drones. It's already looking to market other platforms as well. It's sold air defense systems to Serbia. It's looking to advance its arm sales. And so if if we aren't going to be the supplier, China is going to step in. 1:18:57 Caitlin Welsh: USDA has projected that 35% of the current wheat crop from Ukraine will not be harvested this year. So their exports are curtailed, at the same time Russia's exports are continuing. Russia has been exempted. Russia's agricultural exports and fertilizer has been exempted from sanctions for the United States, EU and other countries. So Russia continues to export. In fact, USDA is estimating that Russia's exports are increasing at this time. And I'm also seeing open source reporting of Russia stealing grain from Ukraine, relabeling it, and exporting it at a premium to countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Sen. Rand Paul: ‘We cannot save Ukraine by dooming the U.S. economy' May 12, 2022 NBC News Clips Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY): My oath of office is to the US Constitution, not to any foreign nation. And no matter how sympathetic the cause, my oath of office is to the national security of the United States of America. We cannot save Ukraine by dooming the US economy. This bill under consideration would spend $40 billion. This is the second spending bill for Ukraine in two months. And this bill is three times larger than the first. Our military aid to Ukraine is nothing new, though. Since 2014, the United States has provided more than $6 billion dollars in security assistance to Ukraine, in addition to the $14 billion Congress authorized just a month ago. If this bill passes, the US will have authorized roughly $60 billion in total spending for Ukraine Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY): The cost of this package we are voting on today is more than the US spent during the first year of the US conflict in Afghanistan. Congress authorized force, and the President sent troops into the conflict. The same cannot be said of Ukraine. This proposal towers over domestic priorities as well. The massive package of $60 billion to Ukraine dwarfs the $6 million spent on cancer research annually. $60 billion is more than the amount that government collects in gas taxes each year to build roads and bridges. The $60 billion to Ukraine could fund substantial portions or entire large Cabinet departments. The $60 billion nearly equals the entire State Department budget. The 60 billion exceeds the budget for the Department of Homeland Security and for the Department of Energy. And Congress just wants to keep on spending and spending. U.S. Efforts to Support Ukraine May 12, 2022 Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Witnesses: Jessica Lewis, Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs Erin McKee, Assistant Administrator for Europe and Eurasia, U.S. Agency for International Development Karen Donfried, Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, U.S. Department of State Beth Van Schaack, Ambassador-at-Large for Global Criminal Justice, U.S. Department of State Clips Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA): Are we making it very clear to Russia that we do not want to pose an existential threat to them, that our only goal is to restore the territorial integrity of Ukraine? Karen Donfried: We are making it very clear to Russia that this is not a conflict between Russia and the United States. We are not going to engage directly in this war. President Biden has been explicit in saying we are not sending US troops to fight in this war. So I do believe we have made that clear. Our goal here is to end a war not to enlarge it. Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH): As you all are waking up every morning, I know with the thought in mind that America's role here is to help Ukraine win and I want to talk a little about how we define victory. When Secretary Austin said after meeting with President Zelenskyy, that we can win this war against Russia -- this happened a few weeks ago -- I thought that was positive. On Monday, the foreign minister of Ukraine, who all of us have had a chance to visit with said, of course, the victory for us in this war will be a liberation of the rest of the territory. So Assistant Secretary Donfried, first, just a yes or no. Do you believe Ukraine can win this war? Karen Donfried: Yes. Sen. Rob Portman: And how would you define victory? Would you define victory as requiring the return of all Ukraine sovereign territory, including that that the Russians seized in 2014? Karen Donfried: Well, Senator Portman, thank you for that question. And thank you for your engagement on these issues. Your question very much relates to where Chairman Menendez began, which is, are we in a position of believing that it is Ukraine that should be defining what winning means? And I agreed with Chairman Menendez's statement on that, and that is where the administration is. We believe Ukraine should define what victory means. And our policy is trying to ensure Ukraine success, both by — Sen. Rob Portman: So the administration's official position on victory is getting Crimea back and getting the Donetsk and Luhansk region back as well. Karen Donfried: Again, I believe that is for the Ukrainians to define. Karen Donfried: Against this threat to regional security, global stability, and our shared values, we are supporting freedom, democracy, and the rules based order that make our own security and prosperity and that of the world possible. Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ): I believe we must also think about reconstruction efforts in Ukraine, the tools and ongoing governance and economic reforms, specifically in the judicial space, that will facilitate rebuilding critical Ukrainian sectors and attracting foreign investment. The Impact of Russia's Invasion of Ukraine in the Middle East and North Africa May 11, 2022 House Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Defense held a budget hearing on the Department of Defense. Witnesses: Lloyd J. Austin III, Secretary of Defense Michael J. McCord, Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)/Chief Financial Officer General Mark A. Milley, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff Clips 21:40 General Mark Milley: Alongside our allies and partners, at any given time approximately 400,000 of us are currently standing watch in 155 countries and conducting operations every day to keep Americans safe. 21:56 General Mark Milley: Currently we are supporting our European allies and guarding NATO's eastern flank, in the face of the unnecessary war of aggression by Russia, against the people of Ukraine, and the assault on the democratic institutions and the rules based international order that have prevented great power war for the last 78 years since the end of World War Two. We are now facing two global powers, China and Russia, each with significant military capabilities, both who intend to fundamentally change the current rules based order. Lindsey Graham declares, "let's take out Putin" and says there is "no off-ramp in this war" May 9, 2022 Clips Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-SC): If Putin still standing after all this then the world is going to be a very dark place China's going to get the wrong signal and we'll have a mess on our hands in Europe for decades to come so let's take out Putin by helping Ukraine Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and Secretary ofDefense Lloyd J. Austin III Remarks to Traveling Press April 25, 2022 Jen's Highlighted PDF Remarks by President Biden on the United Efforts of the Free World to Support the People of Ukraine March 26, 2022 Jen's Highlighted PDF U.S. Policy and Russian Involvement in Syria November 4, 2015 House Foreign Affairs Committee Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)

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Only One Of Us Passed Romeo's U.S. Citizenship Quiz

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