• Assistant Director Robert Caminiti on how serving in the Army led to working at NBC
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    Assistant Director Robert Caminiti on how serving in the Army led to working at NBC

    I used to read a Catholic magazine that was kind of like a Catholic Consider like a Catholic layman’s intellectual magazine that it was not a really a religious magazine but the contributors and the editors were Catholic but they There were strong proponents of Social teachings of the Catholic Church, which are very Marxist actually it’s not generally known but it is if you know, I mean And there was an ad in this magazine was called commonweal and uh They were looking for people who would be interested in becoming labor organizers and you had to write a I Forget what it was Maybe a thousand word essay…

  • In-Laws Play Truth or Drink (Kalani & Julian) | Truth or Drink | Cut
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    In-Laws Play Truth or Drink (Kalani & Julian) | Truth or Drink | Cut

    – Have you ever had sex in my house? – I knew this question was gonna come up. – You’ve had sex in my house? – I’m Kalani and this is the mother of the love of my life, Julian. You want me to start. Oh god. (laughing) Do you think I take good enough care of your son? – I do. – What? Why are you laughing? – What if I said… – Uh huh, what are you drawing? – A heart. What if I… (laughs) You’re gonna break my heart. It seems like he does a lot of chores. (laughs) – He tells you this. He does. –…

  • Slang for doctors
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    Slang for doctors

    Hi there. I’m Anthony and I’m Bron and we’re here in Canberra today and we’re going to talk today about common or strange words you might hear Australian patients say. Otherwise known as “slang”. So let’s get right into it. What’s the first way we’ve got to hear Bron. First word is crook. Crook. Now thats’s got two meanings, hasn’t it? Yeah. So it can mean somewhat just not feeling very well. Yeah. Or someone who’s done a bad thing like a criminal. So it’s not uncommon in Australia. Here are word that has a couple of meetings and you’ve got to understand the context. I would say normally if…

  • Enforcing Sharia in Raqqa: The Islamic State
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    Enforcing Sharia in Raqqa: The Islamic State

    After taking control of the Syrian city of Raqqa, In March of 2013. The Islamic State or IS A group formally known as ISIS Has also taken over the role of governing every aspect of daily life. Under the strict interpretations of Sharia. These Islamic laws cover everything from High crimes, to civil disagreements to economics, and even personal behavior. Such as, diet, prayer and public appearance. Now what was once a very Westernized city. Is patrolled 24 hours a day by armed men known as the Hisbah. That travel throughout the city enforcing their mandate.

  • Channyn Lynne Parker on Being a Trans Community Advocate for People in Jail | We Are Witnesses
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    Channyn Lynne Parker on Being a Trans Community Advocate for People in Jail | We Are Witnesses

    The jail humbled me. It reminded me of my own resilience. My name is Channyn Lynne Parker, and I have been an advocate inside the Cook County Department of Corrections. When I went into the jail, initially no one knew I was trans. But, well, word travels fast and so much for that. The fact that I could walk in and out as a free woman — there were officers who would look at me and, there was such an offense. You could feel this sense of… “If I had the chance you have no idea what I would do to you.” I was someone who came from a population…

  • In-Laws Play Truth or Drink (Craig & Celeste) | Truth or Drink | Cut
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    In-Laws Play Truth or Drink (Craig & Celeste) | Truth or Drink | Cut

    – What did you first think about me when I started dating your daughter? – I was wondering why she was dating you. I’m Celeste. – And I’m Craig. Mother-in-law. – Son-in-law. He’s probably my favorite child. – Yeah, she is my favorite mother-in-law. Cheers. Okay, go ahead. – Were you a virgin when you met my daughter? – No. – How many people did you sleep with before you married my daughter? – Nine. – So she made 10th? – She was 10th. Do you think I take good enough care of your daughter? – No. – Really? She’s got a very comfortable– – She needs a cleaning lady,…

  • Birdsnest Traineeship 2018 – Take Flight With Us
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    Birdsnest Traineeship 2018 – Take Flight With Us

    Before I began my traineeship at birdsnest I loved creativity and the girls saw potential in me to join the marketing team and I began designing for them by doing newsletters and designing website graphics with no experience and they just put their trust in me and I loved it. Hi, my name is Taylor and I’m a graphic and web designer at birdsnest. At the moment I’m working on redesigning the birdsnest website. Hi, my name is Charly and I’m a development trainee at birdsnest. I’m Paddy and I’m the operations trainee. Hi, I’m Sarah, I’m a design trainee. Hi, my name is Gabby and I’m a marketing trainee…

  • Mothers-In-Law Play Fear Pong | Fear Pong | Cut
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    Mothers-In-Law Play Fear Pong | Fear Pong | Cut

    – Spread mayonnaise all over your face like a mask and wear it for the rest of the game. – Not me. (groans) (Classical Music) – Hello. – Hey. What’s up. – Would you tell me your names? – Davion. – I’m Tai. – Jasmine. – Carmen. – And what are you two? – Fiancee? – Yeah. We’re engaged. Yeah we’re fiancees. So this is my mom-in-law to be. – Same. (laughs) – How are we gonna decide who goes first? – It’s Tai’s birthday so I guess they can go first. (groans) (laughs) – Let your opponents give you a makeover. They have to make you as ugly as…

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    Future of the legal profession: views from Legalex

    Looking ahead to 2016 and the challenges that law firms have, I think the biggest challenge that law firms have is innovation and modernization. We as practices need to be thinking about more innovative ways of how to do marketing and also how we should be looking at our clients and servicing them better. Biggest challenges for law firms in 2016 I think is the ongoing power of the client to decide what they want to do rather than what law firms want them to do. I would say that it’s trying to keep abreast of new technology, case management software, developments in ones business while still maintaining your expertise…