18 Burst results for "Araj"
"araj" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"This business? I don't know. I mean, you know, I'm over fifty so I think they might think, well, he's just been around multifamily so much designing. He just he picked it up. Probably would be my guess. I don't volunteer the fact that I own apartment complexes, it and, you know, kind of feels like I'm showing off in a meeting if I if I brought that up so it, it, I don't, I don't know to be honest with you. But I certainly think like I'll architects. I'm a landscape architects on design, and the swimming pools, and the, the cool Cabanas and entry signs landscaping arrogation that kind of stuff is what we do. And so, you know, on our consultant teams we have architects, and civil engineers, and you see them throw out ideas, and you, you just you can see clearly they don't understand their client and what they're trying to do. And so I I don't. I think I don't make those kind of mistakes in front of our client, you know, making making oddball suggestions that. In bring it up. I could see why you wouldn't bring it up. I mean it'd be a little bears. And you tell the guy sitting across from trying to build an apartment complex you own sixteen department complex it's two thousand six hundred seventy eight units. Give you that look like what, what are you talking? So I could see that. Let's step back. You're now you're doing well in the business, and then two thousand eight kind of snuck up on everybody isn't it? Oh my goodness. Yeah. You know. So I, I was seeing it firsthand all my clients, they're there is large developers. They live and die by getting loans, you know, they put small amounts of equity twenty percent into their properties typically so eighty percent of their, their projects are financed by banks and the lending just disappeared. I mean within like three months it was. Well, there was this funny period, like for the first three months of Bank would only lend a forty percent. But you could go get a second Bank to lend you nother forty percent and you kind of made your eighty percent that way. Well, it's, it's like having two masters, and you just get never make the deals works that they did that for about three to six months. And then finally that went away to. And, and so there was a good almost a year. No one was lending, a dollar. And so, yeah, I, I had about ten employees in two thousand eight I-. I laid everybody off, but to people, I get out of our office building. I moved us that we I finished out my garage, and I moved in my office into Mike Araj and we just hunker down and it was it was, you know, looking back, it was like it was kind of a big deal. But really wasn't. It's nice thing about a consulting business. I can shrink to the size of the volume of the business that I have in. So that's what we did. And we leave for about a year and a half. We just worked out on my Karaj and kind of clawed our way back and the financing started coming back. And, and certainly the funny thing about the whole thing. Was everybody was it? No one could get alone. So no one was like even going into a single family house. Everybody wanted to rent, there was just a surplus of renters. So my clients had a demand, huge demand for their product, but they just couldn't build it because they couldn't get the financing. So even though you had the ability to contract, your business very quickly. Take it back to your garage into some -ployees. Did you have an I'm looking the way to ask this? So it doesn't come out wrong. Did you have any animosity even that was did you did it, Bob you that this is this taken such a large toll on your business and your financial situation? Business. No, you know, when you have you have.
"araj" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"You ride as you travel in Connecticut on the Connecticut turnpike. Northbound two nine at Stanford a project blocking at least one lane our next traffic update. Less than ten minutes on WCBS. Here's smitty Araj est Mike Klis, Seaney, cloudy and damp with areas of rain, drizzle and fog early this morning. Temperatures nearly steady in central park in the lower sixties overnight. Later today becoming mostly sunny, unless humid, high seventy nine mainly clear and comfortable Friday night, low sixty two. Mostly sunny pleasant Saturday, high seventy seven Sunday, variably cloudy with some showers and thunderstorms around high seventy five breezy and cooler on Monday with mixed clouds and sunshine. High sixty nine Tuesday, sunny department cloudy, high seventy and we have sixty five degrees and damp in the Bronx Fifty-nine in White Plains. It's sixty five degrees in central park with some fog at twelve forty you Hampshire is the latest state to repeal its death penalty after the state Senate mustered enough votes to override Governor Chris soon, sununu veto, the repeal takes effect immediately last week, the house narrowly voted to override the governor's Fito Hampshire's death penalty applied in only seven scenarios the state hasn't executed anyone since nineteen thirty nine and there's only one inmate on death row. But the repeal does not apply. Retroactively to Michael Addison who killed Manchester police officer. Michael Briggs in two thousand six but capital, punishment supporters argue courts, might interpret it differently sununu, vetoed. The Bill last month at a community Saturday in honor of Briggs hit is twelve forty one. Hey, Dr drew here and I knew Trish is important. Part of health. There's all kinds of fans out there will now we have an ability to personalize our eating based on our DNA on here without your Sherry, Zhang, the founder of Gino,.
"araj" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Just a really unique unique experience, we're giving you access to a celebrity that you might just absolutely love. And I'm a huge fan of pink and talked about it. Yeah. So that's coming up. When you're the song dry. The time you had to call your parents for something utterly ridiculous. I mean, my story might be a little more common. But it's still super embarrassing. I was like a freshman college. I think my parents were nice enough. They're wonderful enough to buy me a carves. An old crown Victoria, pretty old. It was whatever. Brecca turn the music down. I just want to make sure everyone. Here's Kevin's embarrassing story in the total clear driving's car. My parents gave it to be wonderful in my girlfriend of the time. She which different schools three and a half hour drive to go see her if I wanted to a weekend. So I was doing I got about halfway there and the carts completely died, and I was stranded on the side of the road. So I did have a cell phone of the time. It was you know, for cell phone and call my parents, my dad had to come get me. And we had to get the car towed. And everything I mean, they gave me this car. But no point that I think that I would need to get an oil change your take care of it or anything. So I had it for a while never even thought about anything like that. So it just it just you'd never seen your dad change oil in a car in the driveway. I just at the. At that stage of my life. I think about it. Yeah. I just I was I was an idiot, right? And the engine just totally seized up. Yeah. The new engine probably I think that was just the end of the car because it was pretty old, and it was on the side of the road. We had a tote somewhere. We did something with it. But it was that was the end of that for me. It's not that bad. It's barrett. It's no Joe story Jill taught the jug. Integral was on fire. Laundry, and I dropped something. I'd bet down. I look up at this big jug in the corner. My garage. What did you think the big jug did did something? But I don't know what it was called or anything. I've seen them around garages all the time when I bent down and looked up. She's speaking of the water heater as the big jug in your garage. Lame inside this jug. And I thought what the world and I ran outside. My dad like the jug is I'm fired. Mike Araj Joe Joe the jug is on fire. Oh, that's your water heater. And that's what happens you're safe. But thank God. You didn't take the fire things you start spraying, you know, g magin your panic. Put the jug afire out. You didn't do it. I did the right thing. Right. Lena, you right there with Jill. Oh, man, never related anything. So hard in my life. Yes. I'm pretty smart..
"araj" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Go have a bowling trophy. Mike Araj was pretty good. I'm not gonna lie to you little spin on that thing joy and not a good bowler. Pretty excellent Eddie house. What Eddie house look at the new thin. Eddie house for our radio audience. Let me describe what any house looks like handsome. How much you lose any like thirty. Uh-huh. How hooping playing basketball, and then changed my diet a little bit fish chicken rice. How come geez? Jeez. Did your wife say, no, no, no, not at all really are the big three the big three. And I mean, you know, what the other thing was I was you know, as I was walking around a little plump. I was getting compare. Everyone's like, oh, you look like your brother, and I'm like well. Yeah. I know we kind of got similar trae. But always been the handsome one. Yeah. And as I started getting compared to I'm like, you know, what I can't have that. No one let me fix this. Can't get confused with him. No more. I love you might he he loves you, Mikey. But he's a good looking one. So, you know, whatever. All right eleven years in the NBA first of all come on. Let's give it up for Kyle guy. Hit Noche three free throws. You're not no not impressed. Because that's what you do. I mean, he's the best shooter on the team. He probably was the best shooter in that game. He's supposed to walk up there and knock them down not to take anything away from the fact that he did it. I mean, but you've you've ran over that scenario every single year since he was eight years old whenever you're working out. You you you put them scenarios on your? So we're down by one. I got two free throws. I gotta make you've already lived a situation. And I is and him being the best shoot on its shouldn't be no pressure you so walk right up to their and knocked him things down is not as impressive as as everybody's making it out to be. I find was a foul. I thought it was a it was a foul. You got protect shooter. It was definitely a foul. He was getting hit on his legs before the ball was even released. He got fouled twice. He got fouled before the ball was shot. And then he got fouled because he wasn't able to land to land. So he got out twice. I always thought that that you have to protect the shooter that guy invaded look at it. He moves under him. You can't do that in the NBA or college. We keep. The inbounder what he should have that pass. It never happened that big massive in Sade in that direction. Anything anything going to the basket not allow a pass going towards the basket anything away from the best? You can live with that with one second because he the ball's going that way and he's got a heave along. But anything going towards the basket, you gotta try to protect it. And that's twice armor. Let Kyle guy. Get a shot at three he scored nine point six points in nine seconds. Yep. You're right. All right. So the athletic is it's like a sports page subscription based sports page. They interviewed about twenty five thirty percent of the guys anonymously and the NBA national a bunch of questions, and which player would you build around and they had Janas number one by a mile, and then they had Anthony Davis way ahead of harden way. I had a staff, and I don't get it because it's a guard wing league..
"araj" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast
"When you know your body's doing what it's supposed to do. So that's why the adjustment period is tricky. If someone starts on day one and never fast it before your body's going to have a little bit more adjusting to do than mine. Does my body knows how to be in the fasted state? So the fourth day, I'm boom in back to myself, exactly. And this is something completely anecdotal. But I typically because I eat a lot of carbs will allot a lot by the low, carb standards, but not a lot by standard, American diet standards. But I do get most my car smo- from fruit, which tends to be higher in more, like fructose, more balanced ratio. Not straight up glucose, like more, starchy carves or rice or something. Like that. I do find. That. And this is very consistent with me. Whenever I for some reason, try the other types of carbs like rice or sweet potatoes or something like that, which is pretty rare. But whenever I do. It's really weird. It creates a very can tell that. I'm filling some sort of like gin storage. I think in my muscles compared to my liver that I don't normally fill and the next day or later when I'll be moving around and stuff is just a very different. I can just tell that I'm burning difference hub St. of energy, if that makes sense and even a burn feeling in my muscles that I will not get. I never get that feeling when I follow my typical diet. And I wonder if it's because of my muscles, you know, filling up with Lijun and then burning the glycogen and creating lactic acid from fiscal activity. Whereas normally they would be pleated. It's very fascinating very anecdotal. But I've noticed it very definitely does that make sense. That's interesting. I do all the car. Cbs? So I haven't I don't have any any noticing the difference. 'cause my Diet's pretty much. You know, I have the starchy carbs. I don't eat a lot of fruit, actually. But that wouldn't make a difference the scenario you're talking about. But yeah, that's that's Nateing. You know, I think we do become more in tune with our bodies. I'm definitely could tell I felt different. If I didn't have an understanding of the process like I do I might just thought gosh, my body's really tired from all the fun. I had but it's a lot deeper than that. Yeah. Definitely. So I do think there is something there though with filling liver glycogen versus muscle glycogen and things like that. So. Yep. Jonathan it's a good question. Long story short do think you will deplete your source faster. Definitely with weightlifting H I T actually burns preferentially both like gin and fat. So that would do it as well. But no the numbers are not sending stone for everyone. So all right. It was a little bit out of order. But it it was perfect. It flew it. Did it did our things with you? Everything is really good. I did one of those crate remember how I threw my retainer away in the trash can yes. And had to go digging for it. I did something even worse this week. A what was that? I threw away Mike Araj door opener at a Ralph's like forty five minutes away at of course, like midnight. Gosh. So you have a garage with your apartment. Okay..
"araj" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Like you guys really make our day. So even. I want to let people hear the work. They've done. I appreciate the work did them. All right and loading. And here we go and you use. My God that was out. Bring it down notch. Oh live production here. All right. So how do we algebris fresh refresh? Do you have to meet yourself? We're good here. We go. Things that knowing me. So both good. I appreciate the second one for the Mario day tie in. But I think I'm going to go with number one number one is more in the spirit speaking rotated, it's working. Yeah. But thank you. Thank you who created that. Second one. Mark, mark. Thank you, Mark. He's a been other music for our show. And Dr daft created the first one we're gonna go that I did you want one? Yes. Well, look, these are obviously the short little things, and we're going to pull them from your notepad, I know one. So I apologize. If these are things, you guys are all over already. But just maybe you can help me understand why this happens. Let's let's give you one this week. Why don't people back into parking spaces? Why don't people back into the garages? It is this drives me crazy because it makes so much more sense to back into a parking space back into two took Araj back to driveway. Be and people don't do it because they're short sighted. They don't do it. Because they're thinking in the now, isn't right. Isn't the time commitment the same not same? Not. It's not the same. Because more efforts is an investment now to to pay off later to easily pull out of a spot later more safely. Yes. More safely. But I would argue that if you're going someplace being on time to get somewhere is more important than leaving somewhere. Presumably not in a rush, but people are more more in a rush to get places. They are to leave. But we're talking about a matter seconds. Right. We're talking about maybe five extra seconds toback in. Now. Granted I have a backup camera. Right. I have three sixty camera and top down through thick, and it makes backing into places remarkably easy, of course. But I've been backing into places since I. My first car like this is in in the nineties when there wasn't such things backup stick shift, and I could do it. And I did it because it makes so much more sense. And there's people who pull into their driving, you know, their driveway or into a parking space because that's the easy thing to do when you got there. But then it's time to leave and they're in the car backing out. They can't see anything. They can't see any pedestrians or walking by the Kinsey cars coming. If they would just back into begin with when they had a much better vantage point on the pedestrians that are walking there because they're driving down that road. They have a sense of where people are they've back in then when they pull out they've got full range. You can see everything. You know, I did not know what to expect the segment, and I can tell you. I have not disppointed. I have not this appointed. I'm retracting, my hustle. Buff claim in this feels a little more slithering. You're you're you're is one hundred percent valid what you're saying. Okay. Good. Thank you. Thank you think. It's that's gratifying though. You're not you're not not concede that that is a thing that people will do or should do. We don't think it is. How could it be valid and not all should valid in that I can see why bugs you. Oh, I see the logic behind this. But I'm terrible driver. So I'm just going to keep doing it the way you put in forwards. Oh, yeah. All the time..
"araj" Discussed on X96
"Eagles fan assaulting her girlfriend and putting her dog in the microwave when the eagles lost the game two the saints. Yeah. Because team lost. Amend Boehner candidate number two. And why bread she enjoys beer like beer, I like beer like working out with squeeze. It's a Donald Trump's nominee to replace Brad Kavanagh on the bench federal bench. Once she wants wrote that women should stay sober to avoid date, rape, other reprehensible climate change denier. Well, apparently, she's sup- support a dry dwarf tossing and some and then Boehner candidate number three. If you can't be safe passing out at the waffle house means shouldn't that be a safe zone of some sort? Thank you. The waffle house employees put condiments on a slice of cheese on this poor guy and then manipulated him. Like a puppet. David sessions wants a motto expo tickets from us for being random voter in the winner of the round two was Boehner candidate number two and light bread. She likes beer. There you go. That's the winner of around two is not Boehner of the day yet, it has to defeat the winner of around once voting we're gonna throw both of those winners into Boehner fight at nine twenty. So in about a half hour from now, you will decide who is Boehner of the day. You know, my house has a we have off street parking. But we start an attached garage. It's garages detached from the house. So you, and we have a sh- we share a driveway with our neighbor and she has a garage detached garage as well. And so the two garages face each other her garage and Mike Araj, and so when I back out of my garage, I backed ward or garage, and then I have to turn and go out the driveway same same with her. She bats out of her garage toward my garage. And then turns her car and goes out the drive. And. And it's it's tight there. It's tight little small space, but we're lucky to have off street parking because it's a busy street and art and. It was bound to happen. My neighbor's daughter yesterday. Back into my garage door. You're not going fast when you do slow. But I.
"araj" Discussed on Upgrade
"Changing hardware of the year. The upgradings voted with the twenty ipad pro eight point eight percents. This is both models. The ten point seven percent goes to the episodes people still love those episodes and it's back again twenty percent apple watch. Oh, there's a lot of lives being changed out there. Mike in most definitely especially by apple watches people love their apple watches. Yeah. About that. Now, I want you to tell me ios because I'm astounded by. I'll just go back again to a couple of weeks ago where I talked about it. I feel like the apple pencil to the most life changing hardware for me because it is changed. How I had a podcast currently this. I'm using because I'm using fair right on the apple pencil and editing. My podcasts in the warmth of my house instead of the cooler climate of Mike Araj, which means that I'm around like my pets and my family, and I'm more visible, and I'm not behind closed door on Saturday, mornings editing, me and comparable. And that's a life change that is enabled by that. Now. Yeah, I use a laptop out there while I could. But I didn't like if I was gonna use logic on my. Medicare? I just would use logic on my MAC pro. But. I don't do that now. So I'm gonna throw that out there. I think the applicants good product good update. And I have started to use it. And it's changed my workflows. So that's why I mentioned it. I wanted to pick something completely different. We go to an Espresso machine this year that I love. It is hard where it's kind of technological in some ways. I guess it is the barista express which is made by Brel. But in the UK as branded a sage they did like a deal of big chef who anyway, but his branded a sage I really like the I've really really liked this product. It's changed my life because I use it multiple times a day, and it makes the vest coffee that I've ever had home. I absolutely love it. So I'm going to go with the sage barista express. But obviously the apple pencil to is going to win this category. Because I love the pope until or is the apple watch gonna win. No one of the wash because you know, I I would prefer to vote the apple pencil to the apple which is a runner up because I don't this was the year. I stopped wearing it. So yep. I'm super excited to see how happy you have been about the pencil this year pets you like so much. Yeah. Well, it's. Much better product and adopted it so all right Jason. So should we move into all final set of categories the podcast award section? Well, it's all that's left. I don't know. What else we would do? So.
"araj" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"He ran the ball the first time he called a play action bootleg, I think that went absolutely nowhere. And I think there might have been a penalty on the I'm not I'm not a hundred percent. Sure. I wish I had the drive truck pulled up in front of me. But it was a third thirteen or something you might have lost some yardage on the run or something like that. But and then they throw the screen if it is third in thirteen or more it is a screen to the running back. I was actually funny. You said that I was watching the game with a good friend of mine that happens to be Tennessee titans fan. I forever when the boss now, he Joe. Going. So here's here's on the screen. They are running and intact pass Zeke news, we started laughing because how predictable I tweeted out from the account also about five times last night. Here comes the screen disease. Here comes the screen Araj Smith here the screen disease that is because all the second in every second long in third long. That's what they do. Yeah. I mean, it's literally it's not even like it doesn't take anyone who knows anything about football to watch three of their football games ago. Men every time the TV reads third in thirteen or more. They hide. Quarterback. Takes a step. The offense align starts moving forward. And then they throw the ball to the guy standing beside the run the quarterback. I mean, literally, my my brother, you know, a six year old kid could watch it and go that's what they're probably going to do here. Because this is what they done the last three hundred times in it's just so infuriating, like the fact that. I don't even mind the screen on third loans. But every once in a while throw it to wide receiver, you know, throw a wide receiver screen throw at least mix it do something different run draw. I don't care, but literally every one on defense knows that that is coming on third long day. No, it's coming Risley Woodyard yesterday every time it was third long. When the ball was snapped. He would take three steps backwards in flow to the sideline where the running back was then come up make the tackle seven yards short of the chains in the punt team would walk on. It is so frustrating to watch. And again, if the quarterback is that bad that you have that you know that much confidence that he cannot throw a pass thirteen yards..
"araj" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Jackie Bradley, jR, and Mukhi badge. Represent three of the Red Sox who won Gold Gloves in in in the American League. Lakers. Followed up Magic Johnson's chiding. Coach Luke Walton by having their worst first quarter in franchise history. Going down twenty five. Tone. Right. Oh my God. Stephen agents Michael urban. He's got a cigar for some reason. What? You'll be clean. I must confess I do like the outfit that is an improvement compared to that white. Check it out you want to open a week. Got another point. You and I go back many years. Got me down for you. Walk. Long. Nine years in the last twenty three games Jamaica. In their one Twenty-one one. Oh, seven lawsuits Araj, Joe Johnson says that he will not fire Luke Walton? Proudly. You got it become a cheerleader. A winning championships. And finally more monopoly money is printed each year, then real US guaranteed. I've.
"araj" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"What happened on Joe Joe show? What I've seen concerts even kids are the crazy ones. Right, right. I've seen moms lift their daughters over fences and dig under fences to get their daughter backstage to see it was like I forget what back in the day like in sync. I don't know why that sticks. Like a lady is lifting her daughter over dude. Oh, I'll tell you another thing. But this wasn't at a concert. This was just speaking of crazy fans stories. Back in the day. We had week lacy glossiest coming to visit for an interview. Okay. And he was coming into the kiss FM garage. And we were in a different building back in the day. This is you know, I don't know how many years ago, and, you know, most of the time now when you see a garage if you put your hand as the garages closing if you put your hand in there, you'll trigger it and opened the thing back up this this garage didn't have that it just kept going down. Oh, no this lady as Rica pulled in the garage goes to shut to make them stop the garage door. She sticks her she holds her baby into the garage puts her she holds her baby underneath bigger Araj door like like, stop it. Or you're gonna crush my kid that was kind of like the standoff. Of course, we stopped. But just yeah. No, don't don't do that. For more go to kiss FM dot com. Joe joe? Hey, what's up? It's BB Rexona. And you're on the move with my man at K Santos. Yeah. Baby. Yes. Homey. Undo. Alex. Standard. Style. Jay. Your whitney. Came about. Awesome. John. Puerto rico. More of Mordovia. You're whitman..
"araj" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Week an off-duty Dallas police officer entered a neighbor's apartment and shot. Him dead officer, amber, Geiger, said she entered both John's apartment by mistake thinking, it was her own Geiger says she saw a figure standing inside and thought it was an intruder. She drew her service revolver and fired killing John, but John's family and many people in the community. Our question, you officers version of events NPR's. Wade Goodwin is covering the story from Dallas either would go warning. Would you walk us through the known facts in order? We just heard affectively the officers story, but there are some other data points here. Yes. So here's what we know. So far about the ten PM last Thursday after a long shift, and she was still under his police uniform, amber Geiger park their car on the fourth floor apartment building Araj. Normally, she parks on the third because that's where apartment is. Geiger, then walks into the buildings hallway somehow enters the apartment that's one floor up from hers and shoots John in the chest. You know, he's minding his own businesses an apartment when she comes through the front door draws her weapon weapon and shoots him in the chest. Is there some information to to challenge that story? Well, there are three different stories about how the officer got into the apartment the Dallas police department. Search warrant said Geiger encounter John at his front door after she unsuccessfully tried to open it neighbors reported. They heard words exchanged and then two shots. So in this version Geiger kill John after he opened his front door. And she standing there in the hall, but then in the arrest warrant, which was issued by the Texas Rangers. The story has changed in this version officer Geiger gets to the door in search your key into the lock, but while doing so the door just swings open because she asserts, it's not even latched. So she enters sees John standing there draws her weapon calls out to him and fires two shots killing him. Geiger says she then turns on the lights in the apartment realizes she's in the wrong place and calls nine one one. And so we're talking about really subtle differences here, but things that could make a tremendous difference as to whether this this killing could be seen in some way. As explainable or not. It's also been reported that the doormat has something to do with all of this. What would it have to do with John put this red semi circle doormat at the front door to his apartment, and I've seen the picture and the apartment door in the matter, and this well that interior hallway one would have to stand on the mat when you face the door if you look down to insert your electron key-fobs into the lock you can't help. But see yourself standing on this read Matt it's bound to raise questions about why Geiger couldn't deduce from the physical evidence. You know, she was literally standing on top of them. This was not her front door on this subject. Here's Benjamin Crump lawyer for the Sean family in an interview with NPR is very important because both them putting that read Matt there. So his apartment would be clearly identifiable to people who were coming to visit him and that red Matt stands out. I mean, there's a bright red. And these are the kinds of details that make this case. So perplexing evidence that points in both directions. And of course, there will be funeral services today for both John Wayne. Thanks very much. You're quite welcome. That's NPR's. Wait could..
"araj" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"We're both in beautiful San Diego. And I'm happy to be back here hanging out with you, my friend. Well, welcome back. Welcome back bread. What do you think you learned in the days of hold their feet fire there? Well, listen, the intensity still burns, very strongly. People are really committed and I can tell you based on the calls. We were getting in the guests. We had and listening to the other hosts who were surrounding me. People are really engaged on the immigration issue in a huge way. And I think we saw that in the Rasmussen numbers that came out a couple of late last week. That said listen people are on fire about wanting border security. And I think the average person is doing a pretty good job of separating the noise of abolish ice and all that and keeping that separate from the securing the border need that is I think clearly present so. I think we've won the argument over all. But it's important to keep reminding people about why winning that argument matters to them. Well, it also the translation of winning that argument into actually something political happening for sure because the political institutions are dead set against any kind of border security for a whole variety of reasons we've discussed at nauseam without a doubt without a doubt. It's true. You know, I had somebody on from the national border patrol union. But but from the local here in San Diego, he was at he was at the at the at hold their feet to the fire. And he was we were talking about this. And he reminded me of something about the border patrol because when these men and women are out there, bravely patrolling some, you know, some pretty open wide space out there solo running those operations when they come upon people that are in genuine need, a mother and her children are a family or a group of people who have been trekking across the desert in the in the in in the heat at that moment, they're acting as both police officers and sorta like EMS workers after rescue these people and what the border patrol the from the local here in San Diego said to me is. They more rescues the board of troll effects more rescues than any other federal agency on an annual basis, which is remarkable. And you think about the coast guard you think about everybody else, but the border patrol rescues more people. Happens every day. It's absolutely true. The ugly flipside of that is it's often deliberately done by the coaches and their cartel masters to get the border patrol into the saving people mode. So that they can slip around with the drug ship. Tackling in an area does not now covered by the border patrol because they are off saving a great point. This is a war, and it's an unconventional wards asymmetric war. And we we've got to we've got to win it. So with that in mind, what do you say we jump into the bare knuckled naked politics of the moment, shall we? Why why not? All right. So there he was the one he showed up at the university of Illinois Araj on the scene, Barack Obama. He's back rested. And ready taken on Donald Trump. He said, yeah. Nice. Nice economy. You got there, Donald you know, it all belongs to me. Don't you? What do we what do we make of this Raj two hundred and ten thousand new jobs in this latest report and Barack Obama what's credit for everyone? It's a it's a speech that is testimony to the fact that ex presidents ought to keep quiet for a long while George Bush understood this he kept quiet. He didn't say I told you so or anything. And and he was right to do. So because you know, better to be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. In a sixty four minute speech, Barack Obama referred to himself either. Using the words I me or mine a hundred and two time. Oh now because he wanted to take credit for everything blame everything that's going wrong in his view on Donald Trump and the Republicans, and it was the most partisan most superficial most unpacked checked speech that any major politician is given in this country in a long time the fawning the obsequious reporting by by reporters who are tough on getting the facts it right now where it was Chuck Todd for crying out loud. This is a this is a parody of a speech with regard to. Well. Let's take the economic thing you brought up with regard to him saying well things are going. It all started with me. Well, let's see now record number of people on food stamps down four million people since Trump was elected true. You can go through all the stats this month. Two hundred one thousand jobs created there wasn't one single month in Obama's term of office in which two hundred one thousand jobs were created the black unemployment rate is near a record low of all time did that start with Obrock Obama. You know, I don't remember that. I remembered the black unemployment, particularly youth unemployment numbers being astronomic and the answer. The Democrats had was let's increase welfare food stamps and Obama phones. So this this whole speech again was proof positive that former presidents really ought to keep quiet and let history do the talking because they are they are. You know, this this speech was an embarrassment. Okay. I'm gonna aggravate you just a little bit. I want to just give you want to give you like fifteen seconds of what he said because there's something because this was something you documented extensively from the moment. He took office fired up. We're just about ten fifteen seconds of this go when I came into office in two thousand and we were losing eight hundred. Eight thousand jobs a month. Eight hundred thousand millions of people were losing their homes. Many were worried we were entering into a second.
"araj" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
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"araj" Discussed on WDRC
"I will admit it how to reclaim your garage there is a a book out called every day real estate melissa rowland is a real estate salesperson and an accredited home stager juno that one in four american say that their garage is so full of stuff that they can't that their car inside well we're going to help you this morning at eight thirty five melissa is going to join me on the radio and we are going to talk about how to reclaim your garage and i thought it was about time that we get into it and this is a guarantee as i take you that long but can i gotta tell you something my garage now is like a new garage and i have to say that then a couple of very good friends of mine were the ones that decided that they wanted to do it so i said go ahead volunteer if you'd like and boy i'll tell you i've kept it that way too and it's not that hard so we'll have that for you anybody out there that has been saying i got to do something with mike araj well we'll have that at eight thirty five with a berry special special guests and it is a coming up to fourteen minutes now fourteen minutes before the hour up six o'clock in the morning if any of you have anything that you would like.
Norwegian wins Iditarod sled dog race across Alaska
"A norwegian has won this years i did araj sled dog race in alaska carry anderson reports your olson a thirty one year old musher from norway is the two thousand eighteen i did rod trail sled dog race winner he completed the thousand mile trek by dog sled in nine days thirteen hours all some cross the finish line hours ahead of his closest competitor nncholas petite from france petite held the lead until he lost his way and lost his lead dozens of musher still on the trail will finish the race during the next week carry anderson four cbs news anchorage power remains out to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in new england from tuesday's nor'easter.
"araj" Discussed on USA Today
"The by now everybody knows like this sunday is mother's day the real holiday and how convenience that you can vouch your mother to a movie called mother's day but should jio we will discuss wait first i really want to just read forever the rotten tomatoes description of the mother's day we'll be because they think it's give full i'm so this is as appalling araj mehta's aggregate site of all movie reviews that gave it a very low rating to get that nine present right now on ninety percent to less seed vetches not gloss over the fact that it that currently sitting at nine that chechens okay so here's the discrimination thursday on the website arguably wellintended yet thoroughly misguided mother's day is these cinematic equivalent of 11 gift that only underscores it's embarrassing lack of effort i really like was an apt description of a movie it's by one of these gary marshall movies which no you probably know new year's eve you know valentine's day where he gets a bunch of these big stars together and they do an ensemble booths like kind of a feelgood romantic comedy type thing going on you know the truth is sitting through it's two hours long and you just think to yourself a comedy of this nature should never be more than ninety minutes two hour long comedy and so old fashioned it's like it's legitimately dusty and calmly this accurately i actually with andrea an array velaphi lower well you during actually in the movie there's this one scene where there's a couple i don't feel like explain the backstory as who really cares but anyway they want to go to paris and instead of you know looking online for different with a visit in paris are for member three they have a brochure of paris they're looking at a brochure of peres paper pamphlet about packed 20yearold and her lake sugar daddy husband are looking at a brochure of paris.
"araj" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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