21 Burst results for "Babu"

"babu" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on The Good Problem

"But actually that they guided by. Somebody's prospection dealing to you. It's like even the every ngo people for the volunteers there at this polling that stories. That story has come up from the organization site rate. And did they really believes this soil recess like ask hundred People help it's not gonna destroy anything if you don't help but if you help it knowingly that you're gonna make sense then it's good and social. I'd like to take you back to when you were around seven years old. You left your harm in a remote village in foulest nepal. You went for a walk. Can you tell us what happened next or yeah now my family lose asking me like what was the problem. What you left home. So i give a simple answer to them the way with the left. Don't bitty cutest kid. I was growing up in blaze. I dunno actually. I was like my family. Detroit to put me in schools to actually. I was going this class. One thing in school. But i was like. I'm not enjoying cool or that. Lays i was always blame. I was making my one boys. I was making cars these that everything that i was making tv. When i was kid and s of course my dad had some this little alcoholic problem but everybody does but he was not that bad. Actually no more bad hair with lord people comes so my family wasn't that bad but i still. I'm confused way. Elect home but it was the moment. I told that need to become king. You know i came to do. Actually become king. King was killed and i told okay. There's nobody you know. So i need to go to the governor and us seven years old. How far did you walk. I think that it was like six seven hours. And then i govern tubas A wind in the city so in another city. I don't know. I was in a street for a while. Then i started. I spent almost seven months in the end of the city. And then i heard that king was killed. You know so. I was like okay now me. There's nobody i need to go. This is as ambitious kidding. Some i'll i find..

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"babu" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on The Good Problem

"Before you rush into something and bleep one side of the students to get different perspectives. And we knew us sure that you'd help is actually going to make an impact on. Somebody's life without any harm then helped. I'm leigh matthews and you're listening to the good problem podcast. A weekly series unpacking sticky. Doing good today's guest has quite the life story. Born in a remote village in the far west of nepal sushil babu chatree went for a walk. One day at the age of seven heading off beyond the hills that surrounded his village and a few months later he found himself homeless and living on the streets of kathmandu ciccio story of straight living his time in an orphanage and he's perspective on volunteers. That won't to help children like him as invaluable. it's says shiels and my hope that by sharing his story we can continue to amplify the voices of other children and adults who've been on the receiving end of peoples good intentions to support children in orphanages and three that changed the way we care for formidable children. Welcome to the good problem podcast. Cecile thank you. Thank you for inviting me in your duty. Report cuts very happy to talk about things that i know it on this topic. Thank you so much. We're very happy to have you social. I want to ask you a question. What does the idea of doing good mean to you personally will like this. Doing good tang is especially when it comes to religion when it comes to impressions everyone actually when they want to give something do other vision that who is in need and it's always very convincing. What is good or bad law. People will help to people you know. We want to good because the good intention is inside ourselves. If we see anything children begging or anything that it makes us feel too good and unrelentingly trying to good. We don't see the behind the story when doing good so it. Your question is what is doing. Good is of course you're going to head to other people but but you need to understand yourself that you're doing good or you're feeling good is actually bringing the desert gold. It's not always about giving them. It's a lot of people his all. I feel good. I want to keep Do pulling your hair. I asked this question a lot of bamboo. Volunteers and people like is it. Volunteering as selfless act and a lot of people saves me please. I'm bringing this not getting back anything. I just want to help right so you just wanna have been wrong if you're doing good not expecting anything back. Then it's not right in my prediction. It's always have to be two way of the giver and receiver disability.

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"babu" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on KGO 810

"To who will get it and how it'll be just gonna distributed by state and I don't know what that happens. Colombian traditions. Don't screw it up. Mom and Dad live in Washington, D C and things don't always go great there. It's not good, but so far the situation So if you guys I'm just the scenario if you guys were offered a vaccination, would you take it? Absolutely not. Don't Why not? There's 27 80,000 reasons. Yes, we would take it. Yeah. Why? You wouldn't I know that there are some people who fear that it's being rushed through. Um s o, but I don't want to have some Russians allow it. If it was, if you Sandy doesn't agree with this. But if you if you looked in at the The fox guys they have They have savage. They have savage south face. They think fast. He is wrong. And he won't admit that is wrong. Anything on Babu? No. Well, their idea is which may have may not be true is that there is Actual data, which indicates that kid's one don't get it as much for if they do. It is very, very mild, so the idea off closing the school and if you follow that was a basic mistake. That's the Fox position. That's great that you've somehow been, you know, sucked into the death star's station position is that there is apparently some data for that. No, no, that's not just Fox. I mean, there are others and even epidemiologists who support that. Here when I was in school. I remember not just the kids, their aunt, They're adults. Also around bus drivers, people in the kitchen teachers administrators. That's right. That's right. Yes, I was in favor of some sort of schooling in a sense, because the kids.

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"babu" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

Wealth Management Today

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Wealth Management Today

"It's a fantastic day and the wonderful one of our Tech welcome to episode 70 of the wealth management a podcast. I'm your host Craigslist goats, and I run a consulting firm called Ezra group where experts and everything related to wealth Tech. We deliver growth-oriented solutions to Banks broker-dealers asset managers are aggregators long as well as their wealth Tech providers through our premium advice and targeting market research on this podcast. I speak with some of the smartest people in the industry who are on the Leading Edge of Technology. Innovation, please remember to subscribe and leave us a five star review on iTunes and share this episode across your social media networks. I'd like to welcome our guest for this off of the wealth management play podcast. It is none other than Babu adoption co-founder and CEO of Jiffy. Hey, boo. How are you off. Thank you. Thank you for having me happy too. I hope you're here. We haven't spoken in a while, but I was getting worried about you you heads down working so hard and build a new company. It's a great to sing. Yeah. No, it said it's been an experience, you know just hunker down and that's that's what everybody is doing. You know in the process of creating something again, so so very excited about doing that. I'm excited to see it. I mean you and I go way back. I mean I first thought That you would think a 2005 or 2006 so we'd impressive to see growth. What a while ago, is it quite a while ago things have changed a lot since then. And I remember like such a small company and its during those three days, you know, so we have come a long way and investment, you know, and now I'm back to you know, being small again back to square one. That's how you get everything started. So speaking of square one. Let's talk about Jiffy. I love the concept of what you guys are doing their. Can you give me the 30 second elevator pitch? Yes. So we are a hyper automation platform hyper apps off, you know, if you look at other price application so that we have built over the last thirty years, you know, they you know, they're extremely agent, you know, they have been built with the fundamental assumption that the humans are going to operate with the advancement and they had technology and things like that. So we're delivering Next Generation Enterprise applications that are hyper apps that are extremely resilient and Extremely autonomous applications Enterprise on the lack of this and and extremely engaging friend and databases to go with it, you know, so you look at down the stack and you're looking at possibilities of making those applications Economist in with the evolution of a I yeah, I want to get into that and how you're doing that and and are they offer a lot on in this but first so you you know you and I met before even investment I think investing had just been founded or has merged with the two companies are investing it in net Asset Management back in the day you were in the The Wealth Management space and you know in training and building applications for advisors. So what gave you the idea to build this company, which is really very different than a completely different take on things and I'll be built that capability for that vice versa. But if you look at within the Enterprise and if you'll get middle and back-office wage Enterprise, you know are kind of price that is quite a bit of activities of that are extremely manual or or things, you know, that that requires a lot of stitching things together a lot of things, you know that you know at scale if it tends to be very challenging, right? So you need application of Technology package a lot of dads and we left on I looked around and looked at all the automation Technologies so that we're out there thinking of that could you could do at scale where you took a lot of documents a lot of you know applications so that if it's together to perform and doing business processes and you know. There was a need for something from the ground up with the foundation built on machine learning that allows you to make a lot of those decisions and also truly bridge the gap that dead. Divide between humans and machines where traditionally, you know, you've always had to employ mechanisms, you know, like data entry like, you know, how long you have to stitch applications together where you have to you have to hand it over to people to kind of do the next step and things like that, whereas, you know, using machine-learning, you know, they you can you can today's technology allows you to bridge that Gap very effectively. So we build a lot of capability machine learning capability and things like that that can understand any type of documents, you know that they you have to deal with so instead of you having to look at it read it that kind of do the Kiki that in make decisions based on that machines can do that. So out of a i models of our machine learning models or do all that they have cognitive abilities that allow you to understand any kind of documents or it can have a play a game. So that you're looking at just just like humans. We look at things to be immediately understand things from we you know, we listen to things and we immediately comprehend what it is. I'm thinking that level of comprehension to to to the machines. So I always hear a lot of firms say that AI. Yeah, it was a big this big boom in and firms adding a pending to their name exactly so long but so I'm assuming you're really a I so what is the difference between firms of say they have a i vs. Firms that real using guy? So yeah, I you know is brought a used or misused right now people look at rules-based, you know logic, you know that you're right in applications. And then then you just call it a I am. Yeah, it's you know tried to machine learning in general right now is trying to replicate how our brains work. So you're looking for patterns and you're trying to make decisions on you know, you're training yourself Based on data and and training the system right now and then you encounter wage. Instead of that you haven't encountered before a rules-based system will immediately fail because you haven't quoted for that whereas, you know, Michelle learned system Will Will Smith Rock Summit and try to make a decision based on that and it's the same way, you know our brain works and you.

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"babu" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

"Didn't really is a lot of times. Unfortunately i so piece wild girl. Greetings to you so I just mentioned earlier that you know i will that she grounded you know and I wanna touch upon that and that's important right because when we're trying to we're trying to command anything we're which initiate anything we're trying to launch anything. One of the important things that needs to happen is that we have a stable base to launch right. You know whether it's a plane or two rocket you know when you're launching something of of significance that's going to go into another spear from where it came from. You typically have to launch or step off from something in which you step off from has to strong well I didn't actually put a title on today's segment Why have the title of my mind. I just didn't put it on Trees right so these babu to so to recognize the significance of us as being that need to be. Grounded is essential man when you're when you're trying to so that's a fairy. I've been sitting here before. I started to segment. I was sitting in the same exact spot for these thirty minutes on my nothing. I started talking. I saw like a glimmer of something. The same thing. Yesterday you started doing the segment. The sun came out and then when i ended the segment was cloudy again so we were able to crack the sky. A little bit will some of the things that we look. We were covering love so onto that. So yeah really recognizing the value of the metaphor of trees. I mean or trees period casino the presence of trees on the planet..

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"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

"Clinton always annoys meeks there's no words I do love classical music but for some reason I, right I get completely caught up in have you ever tried listening to like classical music when he right I do yeah I have done some of it I it's funny because I love class music as well as violinist I know and for familiar with a lot of it but for some reason, I, don't typically write with Glasgow on I. Don't know why. It's You know I just don't find it to be I. Don't know if the lack of words because I do listen to like you know Like EDM but, Yeah I don't listen to much of it when I wrote. Overdone the thing where you like put the TV on or put a podcast on and try to right and then you completely like write down what the characters are saying. Exactly that is something I. Absolutely cannot do. I cannot listen to podcasts or something or TV show law to ride I completely complete out. Yeah. Sometimes that happens to me like if I'm even just writing it to a friend and I someone is in the other room talking and I can hear them I write down there. And I don't want to send. What they're like I don't want to send their words over to people. Have done that too. Won't meet you want to be a writer. No it's a really interesting question because I you know I don't have a background writing I went to college at Mitee and major mass. I decided to go into finance because the mid nineteen nineties forty percent of the graduating crafts classroom it was going into work on Wall Street. Because they were paying lots and lots of money So I did the same things in my job as a traitor didn't require much writing. So you know it was an unusual path to changing over to being an alternate age forty but there were a couple of different reasons..

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"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

"One of them is that the way that people write a series typically you're right the first book try and get it published. If you do get it published, then you'll write books to book three. If you don't, you're going to scrap it and Brunswick a project and the second that's our ever get written. But the problem with that is that you can't headed a published book, right? So what happens is your first book is out there you're writing your second book, Your Third Book and it's very possible that you yourself boxed into a storyline with details like Oh, my God I really wish I introduced this character and book one that I seriously need to or you know and my books, for example, the characters but much aware of the characters and the expedition need to know how to ride bikes. So I did go back and mentioned bike riding in the initiation just a grounded. So stuff like that that comes up. and. So what can happen you can ended up in book three in the trilogy with with the story line that kind of ridiculous you know and that doesn't really make sense and you wish did you go back and re map thing works and so I thought it was important for me I, wrote the first two books and planned out the third before the first book published and there were many things I had to go back and change so I feel like. that. Is Responsible and that that's the way that that's the way you need to do it or at least how I felt you need to do it if you wanted to series that grew more cohesive and more intricate and interesting as the series went on the decline in the quality of the books versus the opposite way which you see all the time, which is where we see books that kind of fall apart at the end and you're like, Oh, I, still love the series book. MAZING. I'm just going to forget that books reading books. We ever happened I wanted my students to be one that got better you know. And I love that yeah I know that I've found before with books that it's like, oh That was like a rough ending, but it's Like you still love it. No matter what. So now I'm delighted to keep reading yours to see what happens and like thank you for saying that it gets better I'm excited now. I really feel that I mean, obviously I'm biased but I really believe that the series gets a lot better by the third book and you know again storylines and all places to come together and cool ways and you know the explanations for how things are happening make more and more sense as more clarity you know sometimes particularly in science fiction. You know in one sense you know the way it works is that the first part of the first act or maybe in the first half of the book raises really really interesting questions and the end of the book answers, right?.

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"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

"But then there's also this and this in this in this amiss. But they all you mentioned that they had riots for all of those things and that's very much how it feels right now and so how did you choose New York as the setting though? You know I lived in New York You know I was in New York City for twenty years and you know I didn't find that there were that many. There's a lot of movies or some New York. But find that there were that many like young adult books sat there and I really thought that the subway system would be an interesting setting for the book and you know again, a lot of it goes back to my personal experience. So I used to work on Wall Street. And I think the subway. The two three line subway from seventy second street on the upper west side to Wall Street every single day and that's the route that the Garches Day. So it's not a coincidence that I wrote a story about a hellish journey to the subway tunnel that. Muir. Every day you know because it really like previewed live in New York City that have to commute on the subway. I mean it is a nightmare is such a nightmare that's five million people the subway every single day you know most times during rush hour you have to wait for like. Training go by before you get on the to fall and you have to like push and squeeze in and bump people the way I mean it's it's it's archaic. So, that experience definitely colored the setting for my book and the other thing is I wanted again with my sense realism in the book I wanted all cases to be real I want people to know where I was talking about. So again, all stops are the real stops all the locations I describe in the book a real place that you go visit you know even you know trading houses a real house. funny story actually on my website, which is all mentioned. It's Chris Babu Dot Com. There are photos the photo gallery from the initiation and one for the expedition because my friend is a for went out and photographed a lot of the locations that I mentioned and one of them is straightened house and it's an actual house. It's an actual townhouse on east thirty first street. When he was photographing it the people that owned it call the police. They call the police. There's a stranger photographing my house and the police came and it was a big deal. He didn't get arrested or but but it was like he said, it was like a heated fight with the homeowner because they were like you don't have the right to photograph my house and he's like I do I'm across the street..

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"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

"So it's trying to find a way to embed that inside of a novel and so that was kind of like the genesis for The idea of the initiation of this test. So So yeah, and again it's it may not be for everyone but I did try to know what it was edited. We dial back the madness. Bit So it wasn't like to you know. So it wouldn't be like math talk you know, and if people that hate math, they still could read through the puzzles and not try to solve them. So that was kinda coming from that, and then there's two more books in the series. The expedition and the insurrection the expedition takes the characters on a journey outside the walls new America reveals a lot but what's going on in their world and the insurrection take them back to new America where you know I would say there's a battle, but I'll just leave it down. Question for you about this did you draw any inspiration from books like divergent or any of those because I noticed some themes that were similar like? In diverge in it's based on equality where like in hunger games how they've got like the capital is very much like. The I'm playing on the part, but the zone for the government and that kind of thing, right? Yeah I mean I absolutely did I would say that between Hunger Games, divergent honor those three books are the most similar to my own books in board absolutely an inspiration I loved those books Yeah they're they're really amazing. You know those are sort of the last Last real kind of science fiction books that were popular. You know all about fantasy now right way. So and you know those books really Kinda did stick to sci-fi there isn't much fantasy in those books which I like because I'm sort of old school in terms of science fiction. And you know I wanted to I, wanted to sort of pick up, not pick up where they left off but they definitely motivated the story and clearly there's a lot of similarities part of it is that you know why dystopia in Geneva automatically is going to You know in view a lot of similarities because there's almost always going to be taking place in the future it's exciting character is battling some sorts aired regime. So there are going to naturally be some similarities but I certainly did draw a lot of spreadsheets most clocks. Well. They're great books drunk inspiration from and it just. So wonderful in the world building is so intense and so amazing. So like what was the World Link Process for you? I'm so happy that by the way. Thank you for that Yeah I mean look. What are the things that So if there's one thing that I don't like about a lot of sci-fi books, especially teachers Sopian ones is that there isn't always a ton of attention paid to small details because they can be a little bit tedious and maybe they don't impact the store like Howard people getting food. How are they getting know power? It always bothers me a little bit. There's like a you're in a futuristic setting that's bleak. You know. Where there's people don't have access easily to food and water, but there's also like teleportation machines like well, how'd that happen you know and sometimes it.

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"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Read Between the Lines

"Molly Southgate Dude I am interviewing. Chris Babu. How are you doing today Chris? I'm doing wonderful. How are you? I'm doing pretty well, I was actually reading your book today. It is amazing. Do you think you can tell the audience a little bit about what you've written? Yeah. So thank you very much by the way for having me on. Absolutely, I'm excited to talk about ibooks So you know my debut novel is Dopey. In science fiction it's called the initiation I don't WanNa, give any spoilers away but I'll give two seconds. You know sort of summary over looking at It's always a story of a sixteen year old map peak named Raden living near Featured York City, which is now walled in quarantine and called. New America. As a result of a global pandemic as well as riots over inequality. By the National Guard. I was reading. Oh. No Ono..

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"babu" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I love the way this story is written by the way in the Pigeon Express. This. My favorite sentence begins with on the golden night, meaning the night that Suri Babu decided he was going to commit this crime of burglary. He entered the unlocked house, and he slipped into the bedroom of the of the victim. By that time, the victim was fast asleep. And so, Mr Babu I went to get the cash from his bedside table where he knew he kept it. But he did so by crawling under the victim's bed. At which time he realized it was really hot outside, but very cool in the bedroom. And he thought I might just take a little nap here. Um, so we fell asleep under the bed of his victim, who? He was there to burglarize under the bat under the bed. While the victim is sleeping in their bed. Mr Babu is snoring. My Khan, at which point The victim awakens. And realizes there is a human being snoring beneath you. Imagine when you walk into your Room and you hear? Oh, my gosh. No, not even walk into your room. You awaken, you know, to use the bathroom like one does in the middle of the night. And you hear that rumbling underneath your bed? Also, I'm just really impressed that they're like is nothing underneath that bed that is prime storage real estate in our house. That's true. I'm trying to think now what's under my bed? Said nothing. Actually, we don't use that. Really. Oh, it's the best shoes. Yeah, it's the best all of our sheets in a little under the bed. I mean, it's just great. Anyway. What I'm saying is nobody could make it underneath our bed to snore. But that was not the case in this story. So the homeowner like wakes up. Here's the snoring, and he's like, what the heck? Any locks Prabhu in the room? Will. He had the forethought till we get out of the room? Shut the door And then I would be afraid. Like, you know, somebody grabbed my finger or my keys. Throw crab, my face and what would happen no me to him, But he flew out of bed and got out of the room and locked the door behind them. So he's locked the perpetrator now in the room, and so the authorities came and they were able to get him out and Arrest him Turns out his family members set of Siri Babu that he ran a small, sweet shop but didn't make a lot of money out of it, and he was drowning in debts and thought this would help him out on his family admitted that he's an amateur thief. So he wasn't so good God, even his family's like, Yeah, he's not really good at it. That's stealing. I mean, he had a good plan. But then the falling asleep part was really where it all went south and I feel like this is not. You know, Mr Babu is not alone because we've read several crazy stupid idiots. You've fallen asleep on the job, right? It's true when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show. It's time to play a game. That game is called the throwback alive. We're going to do that after this on my talk 1071 Julia, aren't you glad they're not making us do a project down and dirty this year. I know it's so great. Some girls we are doing Project down a dirty this year. Yeah, it was announced.

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"babu" Discussed on Alley Chats

Alley Chats

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Alley Chats

"I think like we've all read like you could do the same thing with you know, Harry Potter, as well raking jumping radio series, but it always wanted something a little bit. Yeah it is exactly. So you can do it I would recommend reading the books in order But it is possible to read them. However, the just came out in my opinion, it's my favorite of the three books I I. Think a lot of people love the initiation because the first one and I think you know look I think it's one of the things that makes my series a little bit unique is that most series kind of fall apart by book three, right? Like the first grade it's like, okay, let's terrible. That's my experience as. A. Reader generally speaking reading trilogies and it's not a surprise because you know the way that people published a series typically as they right the first book if it's good and it gets picked up and it gets published, then they write the other books in the series right and if it doesn't they abandoned the project and I wrote the first two books before the first book has been published and outline the third under the first of all so. He know the difference there is that if you have, you can't editor published book, right? So you know if you have a story that's already out there, you can't go back and change anything in the first book that you might need in the third book and say you can quote Kinda boxed into a storyline. and so anyway. So what I what I was really really intense is making sure that the three books together were a cohesive story that got more complex and interesting and not more ridiculous and audible. So anyway. So I'm really proud of them really products rape you shouldn't have love for people to read the. Writing. I'm finishing up. So after I finished my master's program it's it's tough to read a book. Your brain gets a little mushy for a while finally back and what do I do I pick up Shinohara Mike. Oh. I'M BE READING FOR EVER SO I. Finish finishing Ara I'm going to pick up initiatied and I'm going to go through that It's not gonNA BE A and I. I'm just in love with the but I'm like my God seven hundred pages I feel like I've been reading for a really long and not even worked up. Yeah. But it's so good. Great it's an awesome book. I mean it's definitely worth it worth of seven hundred pages. So everybody I put I put Christmas Info in the show notes he gave it live on here, follow him by his books, and if nothing else just like we say with the podcast, give him reviews it truly helps defend you do if you white what he said here even if you haven't read the books. Share the interview and share his stuff out there like, Hey, here's a great book series. You might WANNA check out. It doesn't matter if it's a kid or not. I mean your stuff is why but were adults loving this stuff. If it's somebody who has a sense of adventure and want something really tool. If they liked the hunger games is this is a this is a layup. So Chris I'm just so honored you came on. Thank you so much and I want to have you back on when this new book that is unnamed comes out maybe we'll do a special upset just talking conspiracy theories. Daylong. Rob. I really appreciate having it was a pleasure talking to you guys and thank you so much for your support. You Bet man thanks, Chris. You can find allie chance on facebook by searching for at Allie chats. You can also visit us at our webpage s mg pods, dot com slash L. E. Chats for wins to all our episodes of other cool stuff. One Way to support our show is to rate and review Ellie chats wherever you listen to your podcasts. Those ratings really help us out and help others find our shows. Well, Ellie chances produced an edited by Rob Southgate for Southgate Media Group be sure to subscribe to Allie chance because you definitely don't want to Miss An. Episode. Thanks again to our affiliate sponsors hunter killer and tweaked audio links to them are on our webpage, and in the show notes, this wouldn't be possible without them our theme songs by Bennie.

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"babu" Discussed on Alley Chats

Alley Chats

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Alley Chats

"Of psychic spies. and one of the interesting things about it is that they took people that didn't show any psychic ability before. They enter the project and they train them to be psychic, which is I found fascinating, and this stuff is all declassified in the last year or two. It's so my my new book a lot of people believe that even though the stargate project for shut down in nineteen ninety five, but it really wasn't and that it was sort of taking more underground and was too well no and a lot of people in Congress didn't approve of US spy program because they thought it was hogwash. So my book sort of takes off whereas projects and. and so that's what I'm working on right now. Chris I can't wait to read that I'm all about that stuff. My Dad actually took the. Remote viewing classes I can't think of his name, but the guy who like started that taught classic Mar which one and goes on English one. I. I know the name I don't know if that was the guy. I can't remember what I've read a bunch of books on it my dad took the his and then he ended up saying that he had a group and they do these things that he said yeah we we. You don't see things you don't go like. They give you numbers and coordinates and it's kind of this weird throughout all of a sudden everybody starts seeing things. And you piece a story together out of that and. He would say it was interesting. There might be you know five people in the room. And five people completely separate. We talk about this refrigerator. Like. It's hard to understand how it's possible it does work in reality is anybody can remote you? Yeah which I think is Great Sir I read a book a Guy that cloudy remote viewed and it was so fascinating until it got to this point when I'm like, okay, you're making this stuff up. Just completely went off the rails. It was like man, you had a good narrative going man. I think he got too excited and. Star Trek Rep is episode was. Produced by aliens in Jesus told me what I my views, and you're like that's not how. That's how it works. Great. He got my money I. Mean I read the Book Got That project to look forward to now do you do anything with like Patriot or anything you have a way that people can support you as an author. I don't you know I don't use patriotic If if anybody wants the author I would just please actually read my books reinitiation series even if you don't buy it from the library. Now, if you enjoy the book maybe tell my friend about it or leave a review. Reviews are huge Amazon. Good reason now, even if it's bad, it doesn't he's a great So that's and of course, following me on social media would would be really helpful especially in this day and age as you know. We can't I do a lot of skiing that schools and libraries and bookstores and all that has been canceled. So you know trying to do everything online. Now trying to maybe put some more stuff out on social media. I actually do run a lot of So since you know a a main theme throughout the initiation series of problem solving I do run pause I do run contests on my social media where sometimes just all terrain cheese or or or marriage, and prizes and. You know they're not like you know bookmark they usually like a gift card. You know something like that. So you know I think it's that's kind of a fun thing that usually gets huge participation I. think not just because people wanted it applies but because it's fun to do stuff like that now dad's interaction is the way to go. So we will put your social media in all the show notes here but do you want to give a couple of your like places most active out? Yeah. So instagram. Place sort of focused the most My my handle is real Chris Babu my my handle the same on all social media. So real crispy Bruins to grab also on facebook on twitter I'm not like advanced or cool enough to be on snapchat figured how to use it yet and I'm not I'm tiktok but Yeah. Mostly on Instagram I think is a place where I tend to do the most and talk about the most like what's going on what I'm working on a run contest things like that. So yeah love people check me out there. All right here's the big question. This is your dream. Khan. Who would you most excited to meet? You know I I I was thinking about this at. It's so hard to come up with one Burson. Now, by the way, if we're talking of all time like dead or alive which I don't have any game and. There's no rules but I'm GonNa do dead or alive version, and then a live version. So dead or alive I would say is asthma because I would wanna like pro bed brain and find out what was going on and he's sort of like probably you know, I think most people favorite science fiction out there and he certainly has mine and I'd love to like have a conversation or just like, say hello or get an autograph like stand but If I had to pick. A real person in today's world I'd probably pick required and. So. I love his writing, I love his writing I fancy myself with having my own writing style of course, like every author. But if there's one writer who's writing I, am you the most it's probably his I love the way he writes his storytelling you know writing storytelling are related but sort of skills right? You signed some people who are really like gorgeous pros but dot great storytellers and vice versa you know we we all know of others or. You know fancy themselves as storytellers aren't great writers I feel like he sort of maximizes both he's amazing storyteller I love his simplicity of pros. So I'm just a huge huge fan of that guy is met him and I would you know I would be waiting in line overnight she was going to be there at a con-. That's a great answer. Man my molly. She was one of them. She started reading his was a titans curse or whatever the started with that she started with that series and it was. She couldn't put it down. I mean, she just rolled right through it, and then she ended up playing a character in a live stage version of one of them and and then she didn't love the movies but she's excited. I. Guess There's a Netflix series coming and she's like they're to get out. Right? They're going to do this right so we'll get it right and he'll he'll be I. Believe he's going to be involved in a which is key because he he's the one that's GonNa. Make it good. You know if someone takes it in the data without his participation, you're GONNA get a lot of like the bad Stephen King movies where he wasn't involved in the production but yeah, that's key. So it wasn't involved y'all training and he that was a hell of a movie. I thought it was a great. We the funny thing about that. Right she hates us. He hates it. He thought. Yeah which. One he approves of the TV version with Steve. I did and it's okay it's Okay I. Don't think it went anywhere nearly as good as Stanley Kubrick's version. You know like not even close I. Think what you really have their it's it's probably not that he thinks it's a bad movie it's that it's not his movie. It's it's not Kubrick's vision of of that story and I think that's why he ripples because it's like, yeah, that you're missing these things that I put in there you have it doesn't matter. It's a masterpiece. It is it is a masterpiece it does deviate from the book quite a bit but it's I. It's one of the rare movies that I feel is at least get the buck. Yeah rarely happens I I totally agree totally agree. So Okay we've got your social media out there. We know what you've got going on what's the name of the new book again? So. Does never title. Now, one just came out. Oh, the one that came out with all the insurrection. Yeah. So so we have the initiation, the expedition insurrection direction just came out Now by the way, my books can be read standalone. Some people just jump right into book three and actually can like I. Make sure that I give you all the backstory story that you possibly need to understand the context of the story and what's happened in the prior books So you can read the votes of standalone you always WANNA jumping book three which is probably the most action packed three bucks You can do that. However you know.

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"babu" Discussed on Alley Chats

Alley Chats

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"babu" Discussed on Alley Chats

"Chats, today I have a really special guest I e you guys sort of this talking to him for fifteen minutes already at I just wanted to continue the conversation with you included. I've got author Chris Babu Chris Thank you so much for being an alley chats. Thank you very much for having me here. Yeah man and. You know what the audience might not know who you are hopefully some of them out there do but if not, this is their chance to meet you tell them about yourself. Very. Much. So I'm Chris Bloom and author of a young adult books You're not science fiction primarily I'm a fulltime writer I. Live in Eastern. Long. Island with my wife and daughter. I'm forty five I didn't start writing until I was forty years old or writing seriously until I was forty odd before that. I worked in science for twenty years and you know my background. A little bit nontraditional an author I didn't major in English a didn't work in publishing or the journalist I went to mit and then majored in math. So So yeah. So I I sort of caught the writing bug a little bit late But I originally started writing actually as a stress reliever but because then you know twenty fifteen or something when sorta started writing it was time for me Works and I found that writing was a great stress reliever. So then I actually wrote the initiation, which is my debut books while I was working on Wall Street I was running at night. I was reading it on subway New York, city and that's how I got my star and I decided a that's what I wanted to do. So I quit my job and I started reading full-time. It's interesting I know that the initiation has the the whole subway thing knowing on and you were sitting on. This idea of Clive Barker when you wrote midnight meat train and it was just from on a subway and going, here's what happened I. I have a story about that too with him where he was in a cab I believe this is correct and he had to drive through Cabrini-green and he got stopped right at this intersection and it's an intersection I was by thousand times that had this weird bathroom outside that was frightening as hell and in his head he saw that and win what if there was a number legend in there and that's where he wrote candyman. So it's lots. Stating that those environments can create these other like really creative stories. So at a high level. You know one of the things the initiation is about about a journey to the subway on those and you know near future New, York City they're abandoned and the route that the characters taken the story without giving away between West seventy second street on the upper west side down to wall. Street and that is to work every day and so it's not a coincidence that I wrote a story about a hellish journey to the subway system on the road. It's like for twenty years. Because anyone that's ever lived in new. York? City knows like the specific a hell of commuting on the subway in New York. City even pre covid especially the event. I. Are Elements of your experience that came in there to of people and and. Just like this is just this is what makes it a Hell Scape Exactly. So tell people what your book series is actually about own before we go any further, I want the audience to know and I want you to know if you hear like crazy screaming in the background, we've got my nieces daughter here who's two and a half so You want a quiet environment it's not going to happen so. Did here I did hear crazy screaming I didn't ask you what it was. That's what it is So Chris go ahead. Let's let's hear what's Your Book Series About Yeah. So the initiation series is why just opn science fiction sort of in the spirit of the hunger games of the maze area really popular votes of like two thousand, ten to two thousand, thirteen that were a big inspiration to the series and basically the story follows a sixteen year old keith named rate and living in near future new. York. City, which is now quarantined and Walden called New America as a result of a global pandemic and riots over inequality that were called by the National Guard so. Just, as a you know, even though this book was published, the first book in the series was published two years ago happens to be a lot of what's going on A. Timely right now. Very timely. Yeah, exactly. So as far as they know the only people remaining in the world since inequality was one of the things that destroyed the were. Based on equality for all on the surface but as much darker place. Than it seems. So when drains mother is mysteriously cost out of the city, he begins looking into it. Any uncovers a dark secret everybody. There is in danger the only way to protect themselves and the rest of his family enter initiation, which is the test that takes place me abandoned subway tunnels It's only available to kids just graduating high school it's optional and it offers one winner the chance to join the government to there's, which is the only safe on them city. But failing in exile, which means death. So Drayton, in enters along with five other teenagers and story follows his journey through the tunnels where the test involves like ruling physical trials and brainy puzzles, riddles and brain teasers. So you know as of the reader so inclined, you can try and solve them. Hugs, and is that the characters encounter to see if you would have initiated book a little. Little Interactive I. Guess. You could say and the rest of the series, the exhibition and takes the characters Jeremy Out side the wall in America where you sort of find out really what's going on a lot of surprises there and the insurrection was just came out all the characters back to America where you know I don't WanNa give much way but battle ensues truth versus lives the whole bad. So it's it's sort of You know it's three separate books that each beginning and end but It's also one continuous story sort of our Lord of the Rings. Molly was reading them here and her reaction when she got to the end of the first book was Oh my God did they send the second book so? I have a feeling that you've captured that you mentioned like hunger games and you mentioned as runner. I read those as I got to the end of those. It was like I. Don't know what I would have done if I had had to wait. You don't mean. Doug I, read them after all three was a good. It was good to hear. Yeah. I, I love those books are you done with that universe after book three or have you thought about going back to it is or another story there or going on? So I I am officially done with it after the insurrection which came out right before corona virus However, I will say, I left the slightest window open. It's there depend for another book So I you know it could potentially have a fourth book or have a Prequel. But at the moment I, I've written another book in a completely different world. So So that's sort of my focus right now. Cool. Some something to look forward to. So you do have other products come out. Are there any other projects or anything that you are involved with? So, this new book, which is why a paranormal science fiction and paranormal not in the ghost sense, but if the psychic abilities sets, so the book that I've written is Described as stranger things meets a Jason Bourne. So it's a little bit of a It's a little bit of a thriller but with a huge psychic alleman to it. WHO's actually takes off are you familiar with The stargate project? Absolutely. Right. So it takes off sort of you know stargate project took place between the mid seventies mid nineties US, army I recruit people to remote view, which sort of apply clairvoyance secret targets, and they train them as sort.

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"babu" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"babu" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Should be in the in the arm otherwise they'll knowing they shoot him in the leg hilarious good it's just really really funny i think you know this this might seem like a surprising contrary and perhaps even nonsensical pick but i'm gonna throw it out there for the sake of discussion on the one hand yes he is a primary character in the film is is even in many ways the premise of the film but if we're thinking about what he check is you shoot and shoot and shoot yeah yeah your locker runs out k. fallacy i'm throwing out i mean listen eric during his a fucking legend and if there's one huge electrified silverline movie that we got mcdermott against him back in his power role chewing scenery like a fucking sarlak back digesting chew by chew over a thousand seeds we get to see him say a natural a good and all of those moments you just absolutely crushing it until he literally obliterated by his own stop shooting yourself a member i this i will never know when it starts to hurt you stop doing it only has the one move to the day when the power is limited i guess it's really hard on the limited that's to be fair though that's like what waiter says himself every his numbers called unlimited power and then eventually it ends i i would imagine that that the consensus is probably babu frick among others the greatest fans in general baba's crushes it he's the one one thing that everybody can kind of agree on was oh yeah baba was great an electric handful of lines and moments from bob and really is kind of sucking all of the air air into the lines as they are delivered but in a good way you're only interested in looking at babu when bobby was on the screen and that that is very heat check ask but also like there is this kind of over the top quality to it again in an appealing way i throw out landau as a heat handed it.

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"babu" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

15:25 min | 3 years ago

"babu" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Broadcasting from the lower fourth dimension otherwise known as Chicago. We're your hosts and head meteorologists way. That's not that's not right. Well either way <music>. I'm John Go forth and this is Brent. Hand pressure is moving in from the East John. I'm seeing some the next few days followed by a catastrophic explosion that will obliterate everything then rain on Sunday they obviously referencing our topic. Today Brent the Tunguska event meteorologists and the women they enslave. I I looked up the wrong thing. I think on this one thing so to it was an apparent meteor or some thin that exploded with the force of and I looked this up rent a Jillian nuclear bombs ever take they said Oh did that. Okay Yeah I'm actually hearing from the booth that is that is not correct <hes> anyway. It was a big damn explosion pleasure already. I have some news that other voice you're hearing is the wait. No I'm sorry that other voice your third of the show and the only one wishing for explosions when he sees shooting stars. He's the one and only conspiracy back. Let's see what is a robot breads built in his lab to help producing edit this particular show instead. He sits around watching Terminator two all day drinking well. What are you drinking nowadays right? I'm glad you asked as I mentioned I have some news. Many of you are fans vans of my product Babu's however I have had some complaints like death complaints no silly I keep hearing they can't find a mixer bold enough to stand up to the amazing taste of booze well my friends. I have answered the Clarion. Call introducing bought use.

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Family of Shamima Begum, ISIS Teenager, Says Britain Plans to Revoke Her Citizenship

BBC World Service

05:19 min | 3 years ago

Family of Shamima Begum, ISIS Teenager, Says Britain Plans to Revoke Her Citizenship

"Home secretary has made an order depriving Shamima Begum of her British citizenship. She's the British teenager who ran away or one of them from her London home when she was fifteen to become a so called Islamic state bright in Syria. She's just had a baby the question is. Of course, what will she do? Now, Dow Babu is a former metropolitan police chief superintendent who is a friend of the Begum family, and he joins us live now on the program. Great to have you with us. Good morning to you. First of what does the family been saying? Quite surprised that they should happened. There seems to be some concern about the ecology of the home office decision. She does not have dual citizenship. So effectively she stripped of citizenship. She's be stateless. Well, there is of course, the issue of Shamim is mom having a benefit is being a Bangladeshi national. And it's believed to be the case and under Bangladeshi law. Shamima then is a Bangladeshi national doesn't that give her Joel citizenship? Legally incorrect, there's no guarantee that the the Bangladeshis will be prepared to accept her as a citizen. So I think the make this option and actually if she today she could government refused average citizen, then she will be she will effectively become stateless. So legally if that happens what happens next in the magically have the right to return. Well, she she remained spacious at the government. The lawyers are challenging the government decision. So the government I think this is a knee-jerk reaction by the government that company I haven't planned ahead in in real what's going to happen with the returning fighters from. Icees families from ISIS and Dave now seeing the public uproar and have played to garrison made the nature decision. I think you'll be legally challenge. And there's no guarantee that the government's position will be upheld in the family has been quite outspoken that they want her back that they're going to take legal avenues to challenge. The home. The home secretary's decision has the family actually spoken to her yet. Details about what what what are the communications that family had what why would like to just remind listeners to. The reality wa- watch when she initially was a grid and radicalized she effectively you had a fifteen year old child who is being. Been radicalized. And the police knew about this the school about these entire council were aware of this. And despite that they didn't share that information with the family. In fact, they gave a letter to the girls takeover decided I wanted to interview the individuals and surprise surprise letter. Never got to the paddock's. Wisconsin the school's back. So we country failed in safeguarding somebody who's been radicalized. And when we say, we talk about jihadi, brides sexual abuse. She went there a fifteen year old girl within within day issues ninety a man almost twice right? This is not normal behavior. I think Jamaica is is was brainwashed. And she was brainwashed over the internet. Do they take the point just the family take the point though of what the home secretary was saying that the priority is the safety and security of Britain and the people of Britain, and that Shamima Begum could potentially be a security threat. If she returns. I think the family except there's a legal process to go through. But there there is several hundred individuals from ISIS area coming back to this country. I think that does appear to be an element of planes that kind of race with actually looking at the legal process the legal law. So there's a lot of some sumptious here that the Bangladesh is just gonna except somebody who has never been to Bangladesh ranks. I want to bring I want to bring you view of guests that we had earlier for Musso any rack were obviously, you know, I the so-called caliphate was announced these people have lived through hell as he put it as Allie put it. For us under the so-called Islamic state. And he's watching this from Iraq saying, I just cannot understand this. This is someone who chose to go and join a so called Islamic state knew exactly what they were up to new exactly what they were capable love didn't show remorse and now is asking for a second chance. What about the people of Iraq? What about the people of Syria? Well, I think. Even organization and tie, basically butchered demoted people. Shimmy shimmy knows part of that. She was a fifteen year old girl that was groomed. And and the authorities were aware the police the school the Tammy's council where where she was being blamed they didn't share that information with the parents, and he was only they gave her letter to take home. I think I think we shouldn't lose sight about the failings of the was in terms of safeguarding. And I nobody is gonna question. No sane person. You're gonna question Caesar's an uneven organization. But the reality was she was a fifteen year old girl old child who is being groomed on the

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"babu" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:28 min | 3 years ago

"babu" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It's well, then I guess one could say that's a crazy stupid idiot. Colleen and Bradley present C S I stands for crazy. Stupid idiot shirt. Does why? Well, because the world is crazy stupid dumb people doing them things over and over again oftentimes in the state of Lauretta with an accent. That sounds like Howard Cosell. Remember him? Okay. Let's start in. Oh, florida. You don't say. Hold your coffee because this is a good one. I want to tell you about a fourteen year old name Jesse beg. She's fourteen years old. I'm gonna make fun of fourteen year old. She's a child Yano. I'm gonna okay were the original one to do it. So nice ride. Don't even start with me. Do you? Remember how much you used to go after willow Smith? And then I would shame you for doing her parents treated like an adult. Anyway, my point is my point since trap and listen to my story fourteen year old Josie. You acted like a juvenile order today. Thank fourteen year old. You just did it go here. Fourteen year old Josie Bigalow did something that's going to drive. You Tiffany Alaska. Okay. What did she do? She lives in Lehigh acres. It was the middle of the night. She's like. Oh my God. I need a semi boyfriend. I want him shove out. But she's fourteen years old, right? You're gonna go. See her boyfriend can't drive across town. Yeah. I mean Skype. Yeah. Dirty pictures on Skype. Okay. Fourteen year old top player and doing that. Edward G, Robin. No kidding. All right. Gives these days anyway. Instead this kid give her a scholarship to Harvard. Here's what she did. People Babu beep papajohns our lack to order pizza to my neighbor's house. K to figure out how she got her boyfriend's. She ordered the pizza tornadoes house on the pizza person got out of the car to bring the pizza to the doors took the car, she jumped in the car and drove. Oh my gosh. Smart girl. She ordered pizzas to a neighbor's house then popped out of nearby bushes stole the car driven by the Papa John's deliveryman. As the driver walked to the front door of a residence with pizza in hand. She emerged from nearby bushes hopped into the forty nine year old delivery man's unlocked two thousand six Ford, Taurus, she was arrested about six miles from the scene where investigators say she sought to ditch the Hot Wheels and a strangers driveway before getting collard she escaped twice and led sheriff's deputies on a chase. She was hot to see her boyfriend. She really had some needs. She needed fulfilled. I mean, how is she gonna get home? Was she going to do this again? Why why I'm eating at home? Yeah. Look what you done seen her boyfriend lecarr, presumably, no, but she was about to dishes trying to being chased by the cops. In an interview with a local TV station. Her father said the juvenile needs a good asks weapon, okay? Okay. That and jail. He said he then told police that his daughter quote had fallen in with a bad crowd. Oh my gosh. Something tells me. I don't know. Anyway, I think there's probably more of that story. But luckily for her juicy Bigalow, she's behind bars. And we'll never see the light of day. My gosh, fourteen years old and she's life in prison for ya. Literally was booked and is now facing the death penalty. Kids. See screw up once when you're fourteen minutes over it's on your permanent that the death penalty for let that be your left. Now, she actually went to a juvenile juvie. I think is what they call juvie. Now. How horrible too. Don't let that face fool, you issues. I am already. Good girl. You should give me a six six figure makeup sponsorship and call me behind. A hobby. Is it again? Bad bad, the hobby spelled. Had a hobby B H B H A B I E for tonight. Nice day was bad. Bob. Bob, Bobby or something called her bad hobby, by the way, for those of you who don't know what Bradley's referring to is the cash me outside girl who was created by accident by Dr Phil who now has a million dollar makeup deal and also a wrap contract and goes by the name, bad, baby. Which is apparently spelled Beth behead h. How do how do you get bad baby out of Bahadura hobby? You just have to know the h is silent the head the habit. Yeah. That's how you say, Bradley. She stops everything in the middle of a wrap. Say it again. But I don't get how it's a long if it's eight B H A D is bad. Okay. Stop and be h hi. Make him. Stop from. Maybe. Sorry, Bradley, you're asking I just want to be real about what you're asking the same. How the cash me outside about their girl Cashman alcohol doesn't understand the rules of spelling and fun through fair point. Thank you. It did not work for her. Hooked on phonics. Well, shos higher LA. Well, on her way. Thank you. All right for our next story. We need to go to New Jersey, and we need to meet Alexander golden ski he's fifty seven of Randolph New Jersey. I want to tell you. I wanna tell you about a big mistake that Alexander golden ski made. But he didn't realize he was making. It turns out he he had a he had an accident at work. He slipped in the kitchen at at his at the at the place where he was working and he heard himself. It was a bad slip and fall he slipped and fell on some ice. There's a problem now. Bradley. What do I always say? Behaviors though, you're always camera. Exactly. He had not heeded that warning. Okay. Because now he has been made aware of the fact that there is a surveillance video of that fall that resulted in a trip to the emergency room in an ambulance and some workers comp. Turns out there's a video surveillance video of Mr. golden ski taking ice cubes from an ice machine. Dropping them on the floor. Oh, no. And then lying beside them. While he yells. Help. Holland. I can't nice to that more. No, Bradley because well it works until they saw the surveillance video. And now he's in some trouble. He did apparently at the time of his fake fall. He lied on the floor until somebody discovered him, and then took an ambulance to the hospital and was treated and released. But then he filed claims he turns out he's facing one count of insurance fraud and third degree and one count of theft by deception and the third degree now because they have the evidence that he faked the whole thing by there, you go where was that you who that was in New Jersey. So just again, my advice always act as though you're on camera. Always. When you've got the trots. Yeah. Just do it gracefully. Saying always assume there's a camera on you. Get good with that. And life will be so much better for you. Okay. Decent person. God if only that seems a little too much work. Yeah. Sorry about that. Can we go to our back door? Do we share one? To like to open the door. Okay. Can we go to a backyard? I think is what I was trying to say maybe Saint Paul's regions hospital. Yes. That is our back yard work. You know, how that thing about the freezing and the water hot water? Oh, jeez. Everybody knows. It's called the Pemba. Fact, everybody knows I didn't know that I didn't either. But Mark Sealey, you know, him climatologist Marsili them. He has talked about this. Are you? Okay over there. I just accidentally put a highlighter down, my shirt awesome. Hey, guys and girls don't mind me as I interrupt your radio program. It's Sharon trop ner. Neuro brain mapping expert. Do me a favor and don't touch that. Dial. That's a mistake. If you've been listening to this station, you've probably heard of limitless the potent all natural brain booster pill, as a brain mapping expert, people constantly asked me if limitless really works to improve memory and concentration or is it just another scam. Good news. I can tell you that limitless really works. 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GoFundMe for homeless man: BMW seized from couple who raised money for vet

Doctor Health Radio Show

00:31 sec | 4 years ago

GoFundMe for homeless man: BMW seized from couple who raised money for vet

"A feel good story hits a speed bump but gets back on track homeless. Good Samaritan and former marine Johnny Babu. We'll get all four hundred thousand dollars raised foreign says go fund me he rescued a stranded driver in Philadelphia using his last twenty dollars to buy gasoline for her car. She and her boyfriend then raised four hundred thousand dollars for him online. But he's suing them alleging they mismanaged. The cash police raided the couple's home in New Jersey and hauled away a new BMW. They denied doing

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Facebook suspends U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

Brett Winterble

07:21 min | 4 years ago

Facebook suspends U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

"Of a trade war a new European Through the seven sixty degrees today first of all. To work together towards zero tariffs what's now I, have left a glimmer of and that his plan is to make. It so oppressive that. Other countries they aren't find we'll get what's next. Short term. Plan to give farmers billions of dollars in, aid, well, billion dollars welfare payments which is what that is seven sixty, talk breaking you What will show him. Some sixty talking breaking. News Facebook is, suspended US. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones you could tell this is from Reuters overseas, because they, refer to him as US, conspiracy theorist Alex Jones where here in. The states they would just call it Alex Jones he's, been suspended from Facebook for bullying and hate speech and as close to having pages tied to him. And his info wars website removed. From the platform social media networks said, on Friday so if you're an Alex Jones fan you may not be, able to find him on the Facebook. Radio hosts personal profile was banned for thirty days he's in Facebook jail, after it was, found to have uploaded for videos published on pages maintained by Jones and info wars that. Went against the commute and standards of Facebook, content removals count as strikes against individual pages pages maintained by Jones and Infowars remained active because they had not crossed quote a certain. Threshold of strikes necessary for them to be unpublished why. The hell, are any of, us using. Facebook anymore like I I'm no fan Alex Jones I think he's kinda wack I think he's a total wack but why are any of us using Facebook I mean really. Like you want to send a. Message does occur Berg that that little, weasel doesn't have power unsubscribe unsubscribe to face but just quit Facebook page, don't cause remember what did him in. Was falling numbers of daily users that's what did him in with the, investors so these, guys live on users and I'll tell you what maybe we need to start a jail. Facebook jail Facebook movement we'll do the jail, Facebook movement and we'll just encourage people Ujail Facebook tell them you're not, coming on a stupid site for thirty days I'm not going. On your stupid I'm not looking at cat videos I'm. Not playing, candy crush I'm, not playing. Fruit ninja how about that I, with an ice offer from a listener whose Michael Ramona. He has five acres of land. That can be used to house. Any animals if needed I'm. Guessing for an evacuation due. To the fire If if you are somebody who's in need of that you can reach out, to us and we. Will put you in touch with Michael speak show we got. That number written down I'm not gonna just going to give the phone number out over. The year because you know he doesn't need Babu's So there's a couple in, their house demanding their business and a seventeen year old broken just doesn't sound good, sounds really. Disturbing a seventeen year olds been. Accused of breaking into a couple's home in northern California and you know what he did he gets in the house He doesn't tie him up he. Doesn't duct tape. Them doesn't handcuff from. Doesn't threaten them does it take food doesn't do any of, that stuff he wants to know. What their wifi password is What Police in Palo Alto said the teen whose name has not been. Released you got to release his. Name Because we got to know who this dummies went to a home in Silicon Valley late Saturday and ask to use the residents wifi network because he was quote out of. Data before he stole their bicycle Oh gosh Just after midnight, on Sunday he broke into a nearby home and woke up a sleeping couple and ask them for, their. Password idiot you're dead asleep and you wake up and some some little seventeen-year-old weasel is standing over. Your, bed well it's it's, Silicon Valley so they clearly did not have anything under the pillow that they would use to escort him out of that out of. That place and if it's, still compelling couldn't escape that wifi from like. Any tower Governance Starbucks man they give you free three internet the male resident pushed him down the hallway. And out the front door, of the house before calling the cops good The Paolo Alto. Police sergeant Dan PO Janna Motte told the Washington Post on, Friday it's unclear whether the. Juvenile suspects was really seeking wifi access or was, using it as an excuse but he did occupied did occupy house. That. Was otherwise occupied right anyone in the. House he was arrested on charges of, residential, burglary, prowling, and providing false information to an, officer according to, a police statement okay let's take this for an example here this what we call a teachable. Moment For me you're in your. Bed and you're asleep and? You're doing your thing and all the sudden this kid is, standing over. You you wake up and you say he. Says to you got wifi password okay so the the man pushes him down the hallway and out. The front door and then calls the cops and the idiot, stays there till the cops. Come and they take them into custody now this, person is arrested on charges of residential burglary prowling and providing false. Information. To the cops so how is this different how exactly is this different from Somebody. Who comes into the country in an unauthorized fashion they crossed the border. At. An illegitimate crossing point in the desert they come in and they ask the, American government to provide them free stuff why are those people breaking into the country not charged with burglary prowling. And likely providing false information to law enforcement because you don't know who this person is that came. Crawling out of the desert? Think about that for a minute You would think if. You broke into a country would carry the same charges breaking into somebody's house. Right now it's just a civic violation it's a border violation doesn't really matter police responded to a call early Sunday from the couple in their sixties reporting that they had just awakened to a stranger. In the bedroom of their home You know I'm. Just going to. Say something here parenthetically I'm glad this all ended peacefully okay but he had a black t. shirt wrapped around the back of his neck under a sweatshirt He may have been wanting to use that to cover his face during the burglary You know I know we got all kinds. Of people that listen to this program and it's one of the things I love I also know that we, got people who are very aggressive utilizes of the second amendment in our community here and I, just got, a belief if this yoyo had decided to go in somebody else's house this yoyo would it be Well he would certainly have something that would be a, memorable night I mean for sure you go doing climb through a window in Texas or Zona or Nevada, good luck dude Good. Luck now, you notice they won't mention his name why won't they mention his name it's residential. Burglary it's prowling I. Don't care. About what the loser he's a loser he. Deserts deserves to be named and? Shamed he's got. Any shame Megan Barth. Is gonna come by she happens to be the co chair of the media. Equality.

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The 65mm Woman: Natalie Portman To Star In Sia Musical VOX LUX ...

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The 65mm Woman: Natalie Portman To Star In Sia Musical VOX LUX ...

"Mama. Mia, here we go again. Exactly. They really might go for it and sort of Italy kick the movie off like it'll even some good momentum as enters the false Hollywood Foreign Press. Is this the people that gave lady Gaga her Golden Globe, right? Ready for her second. Like if she doesn't win it, I think there's an they're gonna burn. Think she already one. There was a press release about that. I Richardson up for you at the Venice lineup. We've talked about, we talked about the trailer last week, but I'm really curious about the favorite yoga's slams most movie, but one that kinda snuck in. Don't know. It's going to be other festivals is Paul Greengrass movie twenty two July, which is, you know, just a cheery comedy about the Norwegian terror attacks of years ago. I did speak to a publicist for the movie a couple of weeks ago, and she told me that. I mean, it's her job to tell me it's good. But what she described to me was not just, you know, it wasn't ninety minutes of a terrorist attack. It's actually more about what the what, Norway did afterward to kind of come together as a community and to prosecute the guy who did it Andy. Now given that he's like a Neo, Nazi, blah, blah, like there's some, sadly, some really pertinent relevance to today. So I'm really curious about that. And then vox Lux which is another musical. I think with Natalie Portman, there should just be a musical festival. Actually Br brilliant idea which you know it stars, Natalie Portman as a pop singer. It's billed as a musical name, UB Jude laws and Jennifer, Jason Leigh and directed by Brady Corbett who we mostly know as an actor from funny games and various other things, clouds cells, Maria. But he directed in two thousand fifteen a movie called the childhood of a leader, which was really well received by some kind of sort of pretentious. Art has piece anyway, I'm very curious about that. I feel like that could be like a slow burn, kind of like dark horse contender for something. Maybe Natalie apartment, I don't know and kind of buried a little bit below the films, I guess because this playing out of competition, there's going to be preview of my brilliant friend. The HBO Elena Francais adaptation, which I'm very curious about. I'm gonna go pick a couple of like fancy director titles which got knows when we'll see them. Some of the may come out last year next year, but you've got the first film from Florin handled von Donner's Mark since the tourist, which was kind of his. Follow up to the lives of others, which was this hugely successful German film. The tourist was disaster. So it's interesting this evening could come back there. Jennifer Kesse director of the Babu has a film competition. The only woman with the film with the foam competition, which is its own thing that I'm really excited to see the film from Laszlo name. As the I think he's a Hungarian director who made on of Saul, which was incredibly Graham kind of them the Paul Greengrass style just deep dive into humid privacy of, but he's got a new film coming. So I'm intrigued to see it has to be lighted than son assault. I don't think there's an option, so we'll see what happens with that. The exciting thing about this lineup and the Toronto line which will talk about is that this year was so weird because there really was not a big awards contender that came out of Sundance. There really wasn't one the came out of can. There wasn't one of the south by southwest, really. So like it's just like, I guess we have Black Panther. That's one we think is in the best picture race. But like beyond that, like we're all of this is like new exciting. Like heaven's seen it stuff. Yes..

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