18 Burst results for "Atsu"
"atsu" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Your local dealer. It's hard to stop a train. Jason Adam veto on this A Friday evening Friday Blue? Yeah. Okay. What a fun day. It's been you nailed it. What are you doing here? You sing it from the mountaintops, right? Oh, yeah. So much. It's only only took you what a year and a half to nail. Yeah, only Longhorns and Rod Rod Tszyu tonight at 7 30. It's gonna be on ESPN. You television. This is Big Clements. It's big. Series for the long hearts. We what we want one into verse Tech when we hosted them here, Yes, And that was kind of like the largest the biggest challenge that this Longhorn baseball team had faced right on. They went they undefeated in the month of April, right, and this is their biggest biggest Syriza's. Now through the conversation. Excuse me. They've got West Virginia at home in a few weeks. West Virginia's there, Okay, but T C was really, really good they need they need to take care of business this weekend because that's the tough one. S so when you know, West Virginia gets here because, dude, I mean, we're talking rare air Eric territory here for the post season. We are and we're talking hosting regional. Of course, you got the big 12 tournament, Then hopefully regional, Then the goal is on the Omaha. I see no reason why this team can't go toe. Don't get to go to Omaha. No, but would you rather have, like a top four seed going into that tournament? Yes, that would. Yes. You what? The higher the better, my friend. The higher the better. Yeah, I'm s Oh, that's good. Well, what's that Azul weekend progresses. Looking forward to that anything else I'd like on top of mind that you want to get into you Still watching Like your Spanish novellas. I'm finished. I finished my it was the Israeli a TV show on stage show. Stitch ship? Yes, about this stuff. Orthodox, too. Yeah, By the way, Tszyu 15 and three in conference play Texas is 13 and five going into the series tonight. Yeah, So that's good? No, not nothing, Nothing huge plan to watch a little golf. This. We can see a filmmaker was gonna make a move looking for the Cramer Hitchcock on the PGA Tour. Yeah, looking forward to that were kind of that that area of the season Now we're waiting for the MBA. Taylor. What I'm interested in well even broach that. Are you interested in the N B? A? Yes. Yes, we tease that I am because I am because of the Dallas Mavericks. You know why I am? Why are why are you Because now I want to see the Lakers just keep tumbling boy. How do you They're just they've got to. They've got to play hard just to get into the whole dang deal. Now I think it's just because of how LeBron has changed his tune when he was in the bubble, huh? Man playing games of the greatest thing ever, And now they're on the verge of having to do so. Could you imagine them getting bounced? In the play in game playing games. They're currently six place in the West behind the Mavericks. The Mavericks are game ahead, Lakers or 37 29 maverick, said 38 38 28. But, yeah, You don't want to go down that playing games. That's the something weird happens. And that's when the network boys were going. Oh, God, please LeBron play place target Well playing. You think all the refs are getting that special kind of memo before the game to like here, Angelo, As you know, we need the Lakers in the NBA Finals. Lee Street. Do whatever it takes Heat. LeBron kindly yours, Adam Silver. Yeah, that's what I think that's gonna happen. I'm sorry. You weren't here for Jimbo Fisher yesterday. He is a fast talking, dude. I like the guy. I think he's great for a and M Oh, my God. Yeah. Did you ask him if he has read column? Lang's book? Oh, I didn't ask you didn't I'm sorry. 101. Aggie fax things every Longhorn should know. It's a best seller. Our guy column. Playing Wii. He got the sports talk bump, uh, pushed him up there to the bestseller out there. It'll be Atsu Patrick next week with, although he's signing all the books that sell it to Patrick 50 to 20 to bring it up Now, I didn't ask about that. But why the funny? Well, I wanted to talk football. I don't want to talk about cows book and you know a lot of actors don't like that book. Well, you just should have said, Have you heard that there's this bestseller out there? Well hold 101, Aggie fax things every long work should know. Authored by our very own column. Ling Jimbo got in trouble winds down at the Houston touchdown club by somebody asked him, I'm sure he gets asked all the time. What's he going to take for the AGS to beat Alabama? We're gonna beat him after after Nick Saving retires. No, And he said, quote, we're going to kick his ass. Before he's retired. I guaranteed or something like five years from now, we'll use, he said. That recruit stopped leaving and Nick Saban said golf. They thought about golf. That's the next name and said yesterday. God, I love that. But no, they had a huge crowd with the AG ease and, ironically at the bullet museum in the shadow and again to review he didn't want to play Texas. He don't want to play Texas, he said. Until Had benefits Texas and AM I don't see any reason to play Texas and here's a guy with all the respect of Jimbo Fisher. He's never seen a Texas Texas ain't him again. He's never been Texas, Texas a name game and I talked to Maggie Front of maybe he thinks that this Syriza is lost. Because it's been so long, 10 years since we played, and now the perception with the Aggies and with some long or fence pump, I don't care. We don't need them. I don't remember it. And we're going to keep saying that because their last memory is of someone's leg, kicking a game winning field goal at Kyle Field, Justin Tucker. Yes, and I think there's a French word for it puts Wa is that that's probably what I have said to him yesterday. If people didn't catch that, producer Brandon put that block up with the audio at news radio, Caleb ej dot com slash sports talk. So if you want to hear the conversation with, but it was it was interesting to talk to him because their schedule Even though I think they're in the toughest division toughest conference with the SEC. I mean, they essentially had a second round draft pick. They did Helen one. They got Alabama at home. They got all murdered home. They I missed City state at home. It's a favorable home schedule. And then also they've got 12 F CFCs seems that they've scheduled so they've got can't state Prairie View A and M and New Mexico on the schedule, you know, make Aggie to say. Well, Texas has Louisiana. Well, we schedule Louisiana when Louisiana one very good Now Louisiana's pretty good you get are gonna be ranked. Yeah. Oh, yeah. You get Arkansas, which possibly could be rank and you got to play. That's your bro cation up there. I think we're driving. Oh, boy, It's a long drive eight hours. Yeah, but I think with the flights and then you know, there's no direct right to Fayetteville. Thank you. God, you still have to dry I don't want I don't want to go that foreign country. Go Oklahoma! Oh, eight hours. They're not a big deal. Yeah, I'm worried about after I've been up there for 72 hours, the eight hours pacto. Awesome. Oh, man, so I, uh We're doing it. You're doing it. Yeah, we're doing it shot out to Mike Murphy from last stand hats. Beautiful head..
How much money do you need to be happy?
"Time and time again. Research has shown that not on Lee You need a finite amount of money to be happy, but that prioritizing things like friendships, hobbies and family may actually lead to long term. Well being. Reporter Brian Walsh, it Milly has a look at some of the studies. Briana, What are we learning? Well, I think that what everybody knows is that Americans are pressed for time right now. And the pressure that you don't have enough time to complete. What you want to do is leading to a lot of unhappiness. So that was kind of the overall scene that I found from the article and the really most important muscle. That I learned from the study published in 2018 in nature, human behavior that sounds that the ideal salary for life satisfaction is $105,000 a year. Not for an individual or a family it would run for it would be $210,000 a year, but basically it found that if you make less than that, you struggled to pay for loans. You struggle the paper based that kind of life necessities. And if you make more than that, You are often working harder and spending less time at home, Speaking with Freon Walsh control contributor at Millie, and she's written a piece entitled Here's Exactly How to Spend your Money if you Want to be happier. About the value of time and there also, I think positive, people said they were kind of more happy when they were focused on hobbies and friendships. Yes, exactly so that people who they this is a study that just studied 1000 recent college graduates and some of these recent college graduate chose careers. That were more intrinsically motivated, meaning that they would spend a little bit of their week working. But they had a lot more free time. And then some of the recent college graduates chose careers that were extra sickly motivated, so they were making a lot of money on, you know, hypothetically saving money, but it's something that the people that shows the careers that were left high pressure and left high stress often. On prioritize things like friendship. Andre Spending time on Hobby is a lot more, and that generally leads to more kind of long term feelings of satisfaction and happiness about the impact of just to a little bit of savings. Yeah, that was really interesting. You know, Atsu beginning of the pandemic, we found that a lot of Americans did not have that three months of emergency. Fabian's only 23% of Americans. There's a lot of talk about how you know Americans or not. I'm not really been able to say then that leads to a lot of Anxiety, especially the bigness of pandemic when everything shut down. But in 2017 researchers with the Urban Institute on the families that had even a little of $250 saved Avoided. Ah lot of things like being evicted, missing belt payments, applying for payday loans that have long term really negative financial consequences. So this idea that you have to have the reruns of emergency savings is great. The reality is that most people don't have that much money on. Moreover, you might not even really need that much money in order to kind of feel a sense of safety on kind of happiness in your daily life and finish up with that study about how giving away money makes us feel good. Yeah. I mean, I think that's pretty obvious. You know, if you walk that somebody you know who's asking for a dollar on the street, you feel a little bit better if you give away that dollar, as opposed to just kind of ignoring it. Um, well, if you have a friend who's going through something really rough, buying them a coffee feels really good. So these researchers 2017 at the University of Dork gave 50 people $100 and told them to give it away over the course of four weeks. Um, excuse me. Half of them are instructed to keep the money on. Half of them were instructed Tonto give it away, and the people who gave it away reported much higher levels of satisfaction and happiness. S so the lesson is that you don't need to be like a philanthropist like just basis and feel good giving away money. You could give away that pocket change or whatever. And it really does kind of lead to similar feelings of doing something kind for
"atsu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Slash contests. Can we use your time? 7 26. It is Colorado's morning news with April on, Marty this morning. We're waiting to hear from Governor Jared Pulis before we do get into him. We're asking this morning on social media on Twitter on Facebook. In light of the fact that is taking a long time to count all the numbers and all the votes should there be some changes to how we do this. And if so, what should those changes being, Robert says, voting in person and on a computer. If the U. S can't make that happen and not make that go smoothly, we are ajoke, Lin writes in on Facebook. Same rules should apply in every state for presidential elections. A lot of people weighing in saying You should be ableto only vote in person with an ID. Yeah, And on Twitter this morning, most people think there should be yes, some changes, but also in second. It makes sense depends on what those changes are were learned from Ken Victors today, saying that state sometimes when they have the ability to have some autonomy, they make the better changes, whether it's mail in voting or something like that. I just wish there was some uniform uniformity as to how they count and how they'd decided the timing of it because I feel like with everybody doing their own thing. We have weights and delays and confusion, confusion because I know there are a lot of people yesterday that we're wondering, you know, how do you Atsu point in the county and let's say Pennsylvania have 200,000. Votes for Biden Shoot up, you know and spike up. People are like that looks suspect to me. Really? It has to do with what ballots through the counting. First. In what order? What about the in person? What about the absentee and every state does it differently, and it falls down to that phenomena that we talked about the mirages, Whether it's a blue mirage or red mirage, depending And like all these votes are coming in for one side, realizing well, most of side of the electorate votes this way, and another one uses a different method to vote. We were forewarned that was going to happen, but still as you're watching those Results Come in. You're like, Well, that looks kind of weird. It was so refreshing to see how Colorado does it. We made it look easy, didn't we? We have pretty much all of our results by 7 30 After the polls closed at seven very efficient system, you had alluded to it earlier. In this era of a 100 year pandemic. There's going to be some fits and starts with it as well. Right? Not a normal election cycle at all. Not a normal year. It all either. Eric writes in on Facebook. Yes. Other states should learn from Colorado. If you I'd types want I d It should be your fingerprint, not a counterfeit double ID card. If security is what you want for riel and some of these races right now, or within the least, maybe 2% points or even less in certain states. As we watch Georgia. We're watching Nevada. We're watching Arizona and Pennsylvania all seem to be tightening up right now. Right now, Pennsylvania Trump has the lead by a little bit more than 2%. It's gone anywhere from 1.5 2 2.5. He's now at two, and that race has been too close to call by NBC News. Same is true in Arizona, but reverse it with Biden in the lead there. Nevada, half of a percent separate the two men with Biden and lead and then in Georgia, half a percent separate the two men with Trump in the lead. You know, Arizona, well, miracle counties that the biggest Cockney county and the fiend Greater Metro. I haven't lived there for many years. My family still does. But when I grew up there it was such a red state all over the place. Maricopa County included, but I think With the housing crowds crisis in 2008. All those houses fell in price. You had a ton of people moving in and buying up. Those houses got more young people. It's a college town with Tempe right there and asks you so that it has definitely trended more blue, but it would stun me if that county is called all Blue. We have the governor on the line. You're going to get to him in a moment. Let's check traffic, though. First right now, before we get to the governor, John Morrissey, What do you see him? Emceeing a sun filled drive this morning, but not a lot of Rex filling up your drive this morning. There is one Christ South bound tower at 96 out near Dhia north north of Dhia are actually west of Dhia north of Pina Boulevard. Your drive this morning downtown in pretty good shape south on I 25 is heavy from I 70 but in the bad French sports traffic Center. I don't see any hidden dangers Downtown. You looked pretty good. As far as accidents go your crowded in the usual spots to 70 that I 76 drive even South found 2 to 5 heavy into the Tech Center from Parker wrote this report sponsored by indeed dot com If you need to hire you need indeed, indeed delivers quality candidates so you could focus on hiring the person.
"atsu" Discussed on Cup of Tao
"And humorous at the same time if that's even possible. All, right. So Is SPEC. Ice. Out there as I understand it. You're going to talk about why you are not a daoist, right. So. This should be interesting. I think the yeah that question popped in my mind you asked me you know what? Maybe we could talk about and I don't know that kind of struck me because I think we've talked about this before man but I don't. I don't really think of myself as a daoist. The. Past based on some things that I've said. that. You think maybe I am doused. That was impression I got. You did show up to a Dallas Dallas meet up okay. Yeah. That's that's another thing that's clip. Yeah. You show up to a dow is of meeting. But you know. My background is far as my studies in philosophy go to Alan Watts. In Buddhism. Taoism that's what I'm drawn to you. or at least his have been through most of my life. Hinduism interest me quite a bit now. But? I don't consider myself any of these and I don't like to put that. That is stone. That is. Something about that, and you know if you go and you look you know I was looking at the at the book here Dow Teaching. and to me, it's the first align. It's the first line. And that's all you need he then it's like all this other stuff is elaborate. and. I'm sure he gets the same thing in. Buddhism. You know I think there's like there's a central key. Teaching of Buddhism that you can seat insane a single own right. But it doesn't stop there s to turn into an ISM at a refresh people that are listening the first one of the Dow Deja in being something along the lines of the Dow that can be told is not the eternal Tao. So in that sense, I think you're in great company because I don't even know if they Atsu would describe himself as a daoist dislike. Jesus probably wouldn't say I'm a Christian or Buddha Sam a Buddhist that's correct. It, and another thing is all these teaching all these different religions I don't even want to isolate myself away from them either you know so. Alastair Kreil perhaps is the occultist from the early twentieth century. One of the things he said was that. You should be able if you're truly kind of at the at the highest kind of evolutionary state of. Human. You should be able to get up on any given day and be anything. The one day get up at your Christian and one day you get up in Europe? Indu in one day you get up in Europe Europe Muslim. One day you get up you're hardcore no. Scientific materials whatever. They all I think have a basic. Entered to them. Yes And it's that first line in the Dow chain its end if you go to Buddhism, it's basically the root of all suffering is attachment. That to me is the really all you need. Now. Let me also say that I don't know what the Hell I'm talking about a guy. So. I'm not. I'm not I'm not trying to spray. I'm trying to say that other people should. Feel. The same way about this as I do I don't want to. Present this as though, I'm offering here. Let me ask you this me throw something at you. Because I because I'm not a happy person. So it's not like my route has led to this kind of you know happiness or light matter. Buddy This isn't thoughts I had Often looking at some studies and see what you think about this. It seems like there's some people that have an adventurous brain. They are they tend to? Explore different kinds of foods they see a pet as a member of their family they tend to have more white questions so they might be more likely to vote liberal in politics because they're more likely to question things. And they. I think when they read religious scripture, they're more. Likely to look at it in context or see the symbolism there. Then you have people that have that more conventional brain. And they tend to. Eat traditional cultural. Foods. In here in America would be meat and potatoes. Not Try Thai food. Obviously, a pet is a pet, it's not a family. member. They tend to vote more conservative and they tend to want more of a a black and white in their scripture if it says. So in the religious scriptures of their reading, that's the way it is no questions asked. And? It seems to me that combined with. In Western societies, we tend to do a lot of branding. If you for example, drive a certain brand of car, it doesn't work for you or maybe your dad always drove fords. So you're a Ford person, you drive Ford trucks and Chevys the enemy we do that with sports teams, we tend to do that. In all sorts of ways politics. and I wonder you know some people if there was a movement called Igli Azam. So let's get Taoism out of this. There is an Igli as a movement. Some people will join on it with the adventurous brain because it's new, it's exciting. It's like wow I wanna find out what this IGLI ISM is about. Other, people were join it because it lines up with their beliefs kind like A. In America, we have Cunanan or we have. Different Different the Green party movements in the new deals and the things like that. Anyway. So I'm wondering how Would you think of some people? are excited by Taoism because it's different than what they've learned or taught, it's new other people it winds up with their beliefs maybe they. Weren't happy with the. Primary religion and it just seems to fit with the things they believe in. You think that's why people have a tendency to label this cross between. the adventurous brain branding. Is it. It's categorization. And it's something that really irritates me to like this. There's this tendency now. I do this too. So I'm not saying I don't dude but. This tendency now to like rank. Everything's gotta be like ranks. Top Five top ten or you can't just say I like the Beatles it immediately goes to name top five Beatles out. In, that is a function of language. And this is another. Problem I have in you're absolutely everything. He says absolutely right by the way are these different personality touches no question about it, and if you're the type that is drawn to like an organized religion. And just buy into it. You're probably gonNA live a happier life. Try. because. You can just I I never thought. Well, I'M GONNA say with a couple of exceptions try won't will not go into right now I find it very difficult to totally commit myself to anything at any point in my life like just like reading a book I, feel like I'm always distracted. And so if I had that capability to dislike embrace something. Without thinking.
"atsu" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"But he's got his mouth full. There's really well. And Marcus you guys are in Chinatown, right? We are where we're just on the Chinatown. I'm gonna tell you something. Chef that stunning. It just on me. And I know you've been dealing with Greg our producer did Greg actually say to you that he's rooting for the saints. He did indeed. He said that he was reading for the saints. He picked the saints. What an ass. I am reading. LA? Good case. All right. You can't you can't punish someone for that whole. How about this? Who that? That's what you're going to get. Hey, chef Marcus was your restaurant open when drew Brees and the saints win the Super Bowl last time. Oh, no, not at all. We were germinated and looking for a spot actually, do it. I went home for it though. So I'm thinking if they win your your business is probably going to go up if people have Super Bowl parties and stuff, you're probably do you cater? Oh, I'm down ably. We cater we cater and my wife handles all of that. She's the second partner in this. I names. Does she she she here all the catering, and they can anyone get in touch with us. And we can set you up, and we train the jumbo Eliah red beans and rice Gumbo. Muffled autos, desserts, bread Macy ever, had Jim belie. I may have already had it, right? Jumble. I as we make sure you threat from hot dog on that. Yeah. There's a there's a crawfish in it. And is this a piece of crab in it too? Oh, you're eating Gumbo. Gumbo. You wanna throw some right in that? We got the Packer writes that should be around there. It is. It's it's awesome stuff. We'll listen. Chef thank you very much for coming on. I will root against the other route for you the other three hundred sixty four days of the year, but not on Sunday. And you know what? Vice a Los Angeles is definitely I are present home. We love it here. If I was if we're gonna lose anyone they okay with you guys. But we don't want to see that happen. All right, and Jeff we're masonite are coming into the little jewel one of these days. We'll come see in person. Thank you for coming on kickbacks from a beers. All right. Sounds good. All right. There's a chef Marcus little jewel of New Orleans located in Chinatown, he gave us a who DAT. Speaking of who debt this next guy coming up, you know, the I know the guy that holds up all the signs at the lake sure what I forget what his name is Gary Martin Gary Martin Ganic Lakers fan who puts a lot of time in thought into those signs. This guy is the saints attempt at Gary Martin, I doubt. He's good. I doubt. But we'll we'll get to the bottom of him net. Yup. Mason Ireland ESPN LA three words for you. Crawfish. Head fat. That MAC and cheese is fantastic. Is this the version they play at Staples? Yeah. But but here's here's the weird thing about this. Oh, it's meek mill on this. Right. Yeah. And meet isn't meek mill of giant Sixers fan. Yes. He is from Philly. Okay. There you go. I think when he got out of jail. One of the Sixers owners picked him up and took him to a game. What one point I know he and Bob Kraft went, and they they spoke in Washington about criminal Justice reform. So is very political minded guy. All right. So the food is going like crazy here. We we thank little jewel of. Well. Yeah. We do we do think little jewel of New Orleans for great stuff. There are aright. So John we're trying to bring people some atmosphere for Sunday's NFC championship game. We'll let you know coming up for you at one fifteen of Atsu bots is gonna join us zoo. On believable game last night. Okay. See Jonah's in Houston with the Lakers. Joining us right now is Larry rolling. He is the sign man at the Superdome. Larry, how are you? How is everybody doing and sunny LA, I guess stunning? I'm not sure if it's been raining all week Larry, but it's getting better today. Oh that might be like a little omen. That's happening. Maybe a little gloom. Maybe a while. We hope not. But now, but Larry how do you?.
"atsu" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Three week Mark on Jack Callaghan. Fox News, the partial federal government shutdown now, and it's twenty first day Senator Lindsey Graham who was trying to strike a compromise deal tells Fox News he's given up and is urging President Trump to go ahead and declared a national emergency at the border always said, it would be the last resort were there. There's no pathway forward that I can see. So the president says his power seems to me the only way left is for him to exercise authority democratic congressman Chris coons is calling that unwise advice, I suspect. If the president listens to that advice hell end up in court fairly quickly. And I suspect he won't be successful. President Trump remains convinced that he does have the legal authority to declare national emergency. With Kristen Fisher today. We'll be a PayLess payday for hundreds of thousands of federal workers the second like a roller rookie police officer has been shot and killed this time in Davis in northern California police chief Darrel pie tells says it started with. A traffic accident during the investigation of the accident. Shots were fired krona sustained a gunshot injuries and was transported immediately to the UC Davis medical center, where she passed the officer identified as twenty two year old Natalie Coronas, you just graduated from the police academy last summer police have surrounded a home and Davis where they think the gunman may be hiding a Wisconsin teenager missing three months has been found alive. Jamie clause vanished October fifteenth the same night her parents were found shot to death in Barron. Wisconsin late Thursday afternoon in town about sixty five miles to the north a woman walking her dog was approached by a girl who said she'd been kidnapped and needed help Jamie's Atsu Ellard telling FOX nine in Minneapolis. You don't know how happy I am because I can. For her to get away. And to do this twenty one year old man in custody. The sheriff says he believes there are others involved as.
"atsu" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Malone, overall baseball dot com. Joe for sorrow reports that the Marlins or quote engaged in substantial discussions with six clubs regarding a T. Rowe Muto trade. I'm Dan strafford. And this has been your fantasy sports radio network. News update fantasy sports radio network keyword fantasy on your iheart radio. Talks affiliates. Coming up at the bottom of the thirty thirty newscast. Anchored by Carmen Roberts. Top story on this constant Wisconsin missing thirteen year old teen found alive. Details. Bottom of the hour. Thirty thirty newscasts. Missing team found alive. I'm Jack Callaghan. Fox News, Jamie Kloss who vanished from her. Western Wisconsin home the same night, or parents were murdered nearly three months ago has been found alive FOX nine in Minneapolis reports. The girl ran up to a woman walking her dog in the small town of Gordon Wisconsin said she had been kidnapped and asked for help Jamie's Atsu Ellard reacting to the news. Because I can. For her to get away. This. I mean, I guess. Three months now and anything can go through your mind. So. Oh my gosh. I give Jimmy credit in the world love that girl. A twenty one year old man has been taken into custody. The sheriff says he believes there are others involved as well thirteen year old Jimmy clause being treated at a north western Wisconsin hospital expected to be reunited with her extended family in the next few hours as midnight passes in the nation's capital. The partial federal government shutdown has reached its twenty first day Senator Lindsey Graham who was trying to strike compromise deal tells Fox News he's given up on that. And he's urging President Trump to go ahead and declare a national emergency at the border. Always said, it would.
"atsu" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Matches. That's still incorporate historic Japanese rituals. Sport is so revered by the Japanese that the sumo association is given quasi-government status and pays fewer taxes than other private organizations. But despite its government support, women are prevented from entering the sumo wrestling ring, which is considered sacred. Is these discrimination? I don't see greets right. That's Naomi Koshi. She's the mayor of a small lakeside city called Atsu later this month, thousands of fans will come to ought to to watch a major sumo wrestling match on its annual summer tour. Normally, the mayor welcomes the crowd in the wrestlers and gives a speech from inside the ring, but coachie is a woman. So she is prohibited from doing that. I'm a mayor and I'm fewer. So I can't be too different from men Koshi and some other female mayors in Japan have sent a petition to the sumo wrestling association, asking that it change its policy and do away with the ancient. Bishen of excluding women from the ring earlier this summer, the issue major media attention when a male politician collapsed in the ring before televised match, and a nurse rushed into begin CPR but was immediately ejected by officials. Panicked officials can be heard on the loudspeaker yelling ladies. Please leave the ring. That incident struck a chord among Japanese women who saw it as a symbol of their second class status here. Neo me Koshi sought as an opportunity to use her political office to further the constitutional rights of women in Japan. Be goods Douchen grow by manned. Women should be treated equally. There is a national station about Leland Congo in link. There are seventeen hundred. Mayors Japan and only twenty of them are female coachee at forty two is the youngest. She says, she knew she wanted to go into politics at a very early age growing up, not sue. Her mother had to quit her job as a designer when her grandmother got sick. So she could take care of her and that's when coachie realized she can make a difference through politics. It was hard full from you is think about, we have to change this system. So I start thinking about politics, especially. Actually a little politics, but she soon learn. There were different roles for men and women. When she graduated from college, she saw Japanese employers only offer job.
"atsu" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Of a mishmash of sound there for a much tuesday night in sports i was pretty cool though dwayne wade there he had a game winner last night there was a one of the students from that from the shooting in florida for met high school was buried in a two way way jersey dwayne wade was honored by that and then came out in hit a game winner in his in the first game back after that that pr pretty incredible stuff follow d yet at debbie was kitchen heart really done here man i mean with us we're trying to keep sports in perspective here and what they mean but sports are away to escape man and and be being a sports fan is about building character and went out when a pro athlete than could reach out and do something cool like that and and just seems like there's a a larger power behind that with something like that happens between way is always been a a role model athlete in a a great player in the state of florida that britain one of the best miami's ever seen oh yeah absolutely a now my favorite guide tommy hearns years ago he fought a guy named james shuler knocked him out but a few days after the fi james was killed in a car wreck tommy presented his family with his championship belt that they had fought for saying that he had held a longer than him so he was buried in an it kind of reminded me of that because you do you put yourself you take yourself out of who you are and you humble yourself that's what herds did and that's where dwayne way did i really liked doing to for doing that yeah pretty cool stuff and in a big moment in a season where the miami heat are really not playing up play and all that great at all which kind of brings me to my next point here and what we'll get back to the a we are talking before about players that they you love to see go from your team for players that you were devastated left the team atsu bunch you check your on the touchline we'll get into that but in the in the moment here wall the we're talking miami heat miami heater there they're having a terrible season the sigmatic eight spot in the east which means you're may be what a twelve eleven seed in.
"atsu" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"He's funny and kind and pete's broccoli more than anything these always up frigate movie in you know better than anyone there's so much more to him than his terrell anyway melee and anyway you pay one and anyway meet kendrick lamar kiss fm atsu this is incredible number spencer alec and anthony they they say five hundred people on that fifteen seventeen train in paris which was was in august the 2015 yes for they just they rushed to gumnan saved all those people's lives they're coming in here next justin timberlake accra stapleton enough of him luke being their there the laura ingraham show the committee we were luke maye everyone everyone all of that the annual moslem weird lorde still back don't go away ever south the loan than this in the mood again yes and the no la la land ma'am yes.
"atsu" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Anyway melee and anyway you pay one and anyway meet kendrick lamar kiss fm atsu this is incredible number spencer alec and anthony they they say five hundred people on that fifteen seventeen train in paris which was was in august the 2015 yes for they just they rushed to gumnan saved all those people's lives they're coming in here next justin timberlake accra stapleton enough of him luke being their there the laura ingraham show the committee we were luke maye everyone everyone all of that the annual moslem weird lorde still back don't go away ever south the loan than this in the mood again yes and the no la la land ma'am yes oh all of them is ran pledged sterling math way need full may mean to them london not without the song the news good and again no no man iraq again and again within the mother he was on alert sean miller an arcade two the two men were wounded madam <music> <music> the those there is nothing no no no not a man who no man non are now nine on no yes two sir sometimes not to say something one or two point seven kiss suburb sped sir alec in anthony we've been talking about him dear here in the studio the are as as you know if you or the mere last time on the show reallife heros the train heroes from the paris train attack in 2015 they stop the gumen hundreds of lives were saved three guys and now here's it's switching the reason one of reasons are back but with so interesting is that they have been cast by clint eastwood to play them in the movie of what they already did and mata remember great this i know it's great to see you on say it like that it sounds ridiculous
"atsu" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Dot say com york do what would you say if i told you that one of the tax riders when i asked him about this said your damn right we're removing the duct ability because it's about time these people in these states found out how much their liberal leadership is taxing them oh great me where you know we or answers i said they already know as soon as well a lot of people who've leaving whole revie yup okay so but but what could be done to otto atsu with your feelings over this other than me in stop using the words subsidy i'll just be honest about it um using that word subsidies is it i don't i think it's kinda like making a sound like oh it's due to them because the thing it for so many years the fact that people in these states can deduct those taxes is what allows governors and legislatures in those states to charge such high tax rates and yet the people in those states don't really end up paying it because they get to deducted off their federal and so i think i think the the meaning of this here is is that because you are able to deduct that from your federal taxes you're not paying as much to the feds as you would be because you get to the duct what you're paying to the state and its if it ends up being an out of proportion foul ones based on the high tax rates that you're pay the doctor you get a huge compared to people and other states as rates are not as high who still deduct dr state local taxes and i don't doubt is a politic called component in may i i don't know that anybody would own up to admit it but uh i don't i don't doubt that there is uh in a white why should democrats you want to charge people ten and twelve made california 14 percent state income tax rate why should they be able to get away with that non suffer politically ford and the way they get away with it not suffer ford politically is that you get the deduct it a portion of it and so they get to continue to raise your tax rates and and and soak you uh and and don't pay any political price for it uh we'll see the.
"atsu" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The bucket off it was forty eight thirty four fourteen point margin oscars lead five minutes into the secondhalf lose palmer said another a screaming reversed reversion not a rosy uob gives out front two palmer rightside two watson atsu for roby they worked though a little too man who now back to watson he wants to screen from okc does a bogeyfree called late mason got here and they'll go the other way old ktk set a screen his second fall and mention sold the call and they'll go the other way nate sooner smiling and two miles smiling hasten did a good sales job this coffee gets the handoff from mason outside work in the perimeter that site to mesa though wanted backdoor nothing there now a handoff uber mcbrayer edberg outs of her if he puts it on the floor and it occurs at age travel as he lost his i think he may have stepped on willoughby's foot lost his balance not say will come in rex you went to a breather here golfers down fourteen 48 thirty four fourteen twenty six we go isaiah washington would come in and ran declare will get a breather golfers need a spark of some sort here down fourteen they have hit one field goal in seven attempts here in the second half eighty two hot streak watching gives rightside on the wing guild whose into the game deal with a left hand verbal who is now on the left wing the watts of or get on coffee into a triple team pass it into the corner eker potter palmer got his man of the year shovels the end of the quarter for roby a watch the good ballpoint out to kill his open free no good rebound could not say for the golfers outlets for washington eu center the floor just at the top of the peace i bow to the paint off the window good isaiah washington coast to coast his first points tonight it's border role for the golfers they feel it 48 36 quickly the other really able to paint watson vis shot in a foul called on murphy or cannot do pretty soon shots and mesa wishes into the falsehoods is heard and this twelve point deficit here to shots four watson said once.
"atsu" Discussed on WCHS
"It can also post your post your answer on my facebook page strangest thing you've ever eaten on thanksgiving keep morale's even come to mind and i had a really exciting when you're not in that department steve i'm basically you know turkey and paid is can the guy that's okay i don't have anything that would uh would be exotic against what an emmy i guess just dial will consider to be weird but if you just do the normal uh uh uh in uh a we'll catch kim told apologize nearly 30 to 40 up through this afternoon uh i'm sorry about ducks in a row get started at six o'clock and figure out what we got going to deny them a little bit you know with this week's kinda busy kept some basketball mart i got football this week all through the week given that are high school playoffs at least one i i thought i lost she per second that's why the okay maybe maybe he went away for some reason sometimes as phones do that let's talk about unless it's been talking about football and oklahoma's coming up on saturday for west virginia will greer you know the status to him for the rest of the season and beyond that so um your take on last saturday's game a i mean having him go out there leach uh changed the game and you don't want people like to think change the outcome of the game too yeah yeah certainly it it throat a wrench into your plan and again you know it it it throws a damper on the whole game from the fans and um name for west virginia fans i i uh you know when i saw it live and i just thought that doesn't move good and it looked initially like he was gonna walk off and they were gonna pop it back in the place as if it were dislocated but then when they started asking him to the locker room i knew something was up but um the i i will give texas credit they can they came out played really hard and really i thought they uh they did well up on the water scrimmage both defense and atsu kind controlled it but you know napier in there he adds another dimension so um you know the youngster had to come.
"atsu" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The low governments then the government said yes the government pisses me gene given hunnam the gene sri of the photos of the now of the mouth of i'm quite lurie's ambitious here's ground zero to sign by the rolling stones mothers little help her she goes when she's feeling really it also there's a little yellow pill her mother's little helper another pill that skilley help doctors of the oligarchy succeed in monitoring everything you do his appeal those approved by the fda that will actually your schwalier transmitter i mean they're they're calling of medicine voted it's uh there was a company called atsu pharmacy company ltd there the guy's bring you a bill of for schizophrenia bipolar disorder oppression and what you get as you get this tracking device in the pill developed by protease digital help now what they're saying this is from their news release also i mean this is i'm reading of renews release a says the system offers doctors and objective way to measure if patients are swallowing their pills on schedule opening up a new avenue for monitoring medicine compliance that could be applied in other therapeutic areas the fbi said that being able to track ingestion of medicines prescribed for mental illness may be useful for four for some patients although the ability of the digital pill to improve patient compliance not been proved yet but it's having big brother in your stomach teddy big brother in your system riots biomedical big brother orwellian medicine i don't even think of george orwell would brigitte that too much so what happens you take the pill and then the pill works by sending a message from the sensor that's in it to a wearable patch that then transmit the and then transfers the information mobile applications who had patients can track the ingestion of the above whatever medicine is going into the patient on a smartphone now get a little now get a load of this he wouldn't believe the size of the monitoring device in the pill.
"atsu" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The low governments then the government said yes the government pisses me gene given hunnam the gene sri of the photos of the now of the mouth of i'm quite lurie's ambitious here's ground zero to sign by the rolling stones mothers little help her she goes when she's feeling really it also there's a little yellow pill her mother's little helper another pill that skilley help doctors of the oligarchy succeed in monitoring everything you do his appeal those approved by the fda that will actually your schwalier transmitter i mean they're they're calling of medicine voted it's uh there was a company called atsu pharmacy company ltd there the guy's bring you a bill of for schizophrenia bipolar disorder oppression and what you get as you get this tracking device in the pill developed by protease digital help now what they're saying this is from their news release also i mean this is i'm reading of renews release a says the system offers doctors and objective way to measure if patients are swallowing their pills on schedule opening up a new avenue for monitoring medicine compliance that could be applied in other therapeutic areas the fbi said that being able to track ingestion of medicines prescribed for mental illness may be useful for four for some patients although the ability of the digital pill to improve patient compliance not been proved yet but it's having big brother in your stomach teddy big brother in your system riots biomedical big brother orwellian medicine i don't even think of george orwell would brigitte that too much so what happens you take the pill and then the pill works by sending a message from the sensor that's in it to a wearable patch that then transmit the and then transfers the information mobile applications who had patients can track the ingestion of the above whatever medicine is going into the patient on a smartphone now get a little now get a load of this he wouldn't believe the size of the monitoring device in the pill it's about the size of a grain of salt.
"atsu" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The mound woo to run diamondbacks lead top half of the fifth bases empty chewed on four nolan erin auto left the righty and a pitch off speed followed said over the outside cornerbrook halt strike another good one that's a scary thought i'd made my living off lefthanded pitchers in what they could throw that kobo before strike girl at old this development trouble the oon swearing in of air son and other breaking ball nothing at suwon era not off and a chance to strike out the side perotti ray dole inherit out was the best hitter in the national league against lefthanded pitching at fort twenty and raise beta look bad atsu pitches the too under the hands at narrowed auto flails away from home plate the cell it a little bit on a somewhat close pitch it's wanted to purpose put up a change the level ray stairs in he turns at fires line shot foul up the leftfield side into the seats two of the bus fitters against a left hand the ballpark way down once at the plate yadel explained right field for the arizona diamondbacks jd more somebody the diamondbacks went out a guts almost specifically to be able to battle the left hated pitching in the nl west specifically the dodgers once to pitch swing a pop up back behind home plate mathis chasing he's over at the national watch that go just barely over the screen and in front of the seats behind hold plane that's how close it was being it play the toot out top of the fifth inning 64 diamondbacks leave the fall into strikes on dolan arranhado facing robbie rein one 15 games in 2008 starts this year love it the fell turns and throws wants to swing and a fly ball towards the rightfield quarter martinez over along the warning track makes the catch anti it again silver robbie ray makes a statement out of the bullpen for the first time in three years he goes onetwothree in the top of the fifth or a halfway through the wildcard gave it six to four diamondbacks this is.
"atsu" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"The commissioner still going to come down on ezekiel just for domestic abuse because the nfl things were there was all that smoke there had to be just a little bit of fire in because the nfl has been under such scrutiny in criticism for lack of reaction to other domestic violence cases in recent past they are going to make an example out of his equal elliott in what did you say that day if you're easy kill and they do come down you'd say atsu are right away but now this explained to me skip after two years wide this is still ongoing if those other owners bent won't let it go so he has to you at the end of the day they are his bosses now we can get all this you know he's the commissioner and hearing he doesn't raise those birdietwo guys they actually mean he'll in when thirty once they have we need you to do something with birdie could myth graf probably talking right now but with thirty said we need you to do something or out of large majority say we need you to take some kind of action he's going to have to do something yet to me and again i'm a lifelong since i was ten years old cowboy fan so maybe i'm not objective enough year but it always feels to me like roger goodell goes out of his way to come down harder on my dallas cowboys just to show that even though he likes jerry allott clearly their their bodies but i think he likes mr kraft a whole lot and even though jerry and robert kraft are the two most powerful owners in pro foot aluminum even in sport kerosene sports rob whose those yet powerful knows yes right that he's going to go out of his way to show everybody i'm going to be.