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"bangladesh india" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
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"bangladesh india" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"We're not seeing a ton of original movies. So could rake could rake become us. Dave up there with the fucking indian jones. I did a wick. Or john. Whitney a wick rake wicker like rake lives. Rambeau arapoff our. Yeah our yeah. I don't i don't like the name rake is this. Is that a good name. Rake live well. The problem too is hemsworth is already. I guess john wake is an exception but hendra already a bigger name than the character. He's playing Yeah i guess. I guess keno evolved into wig. John john wick arnold schwarzenegger in what's his name Stallone both did multiple household character named. It didn't work as tom. Cruise as Jack reacher anybody wants those. Tony reach around very successful. Buddy check reach out But listen if they can bring another fucking same action. Amine should be good. Well hopefully this one. They did this one and went. Indio you just. You would just go nuts if they did this one in pakistan. Oh shit there's my household. There's the house i grew up now. I don't know this was in bangladesh. India bangladesh east pakistan us. You see things. Actresses choose to be pakistan bitch. Don't forget that's what the pakistanis tell bangladesh's every time don't forget you fucking pakistan bangladesh. My ass you still east pakistan to me eight months. They hate comments on your door banging my i even said that needs okay next one. The prequel michael equal to zack. Snyder's army of the dead. The vegas that was fun. Movie minded There pickle movie. Aria thieves about deter the safecracker. And this time we got a full like three minute trailer. There's those zombies. What quick clip zombie. So i'm confused as to when exactly this before the zombie outbreak. But this looks like a fun heist movie anthony. What'd you think about this have rugs. Gophers i'm watching it as we. Okay i stick it on my ass and not know the one. Yes about october twenty ninth. It looks it okay. Why whatever it looks like you don't care about your i mean it doesn't it does look a little entertaining and somewhat enjoyed that character in army of the dead just a weird character to to to make a zombie zombie. Prequel zack snyder. Making it you know. I think at the guy played actually drone dragged this. I believe it's got the girl of game of thrones sunday saas any. Yeah i was like oh shit but sundays in this anyway. It's coming out relatively soon in one month. So okay baby rugs. Maybe you'll like this next one. They're doing live action adaptation of cowboy bebop anime and they release a trailer but they released the opening credits. Which is fucking fantastic. What do you think of this. Oh i've been on. I've been hip to this for a while. There was some online controversy where the the everybody looks on model for the anime except for the girl character. Okay and of course like the animators us on what he's drinking there but she's wearing practically nothing right so anyway so this girl was like she went on twitter and said you know..
"bangladesh india" Discussed on NOBODY LIKES ONIONS
"I was telling moody about it this weekend. And he's like. Hey whatever mander you look. I know i understand an offset smoker. I'm from central florida. I am white garbage. not trash. Garbage trash is something people go through and might find something you know what i mean you ever. The saying. one man's trash is one man's treasure that's what trashes. Okay no no. No no no no garbage. I'm white garbage. That's what i come from okay. We knew how to do everything from beer. Kim chickens to whole hogs and a pit over called buried overnight most succulent pig. You've ever had in your life. I went with the pit boss brand of grills now. I researched all the triggers. I researched them. All from what i've heard about traeger overpriced gross alexander popping up in the chest saying peleton makes grills now. How dare you pro. I'll tell you this. It came out great so some people have already gone over and checked it out over on the old instagram email and said my pulled pork looks delicious. Now look that was the first. I know where. I made some mistakes. I would try better. Triggers are trash via from what. I've heard they're really garbage. So i bought a pit boss. I research pretty heavily. What i like about the pit boss. It's got the slide -able sear plates. Tm so i'm not only able to smoke meat But i'm able to slide it over and give all my stuff. Direct access to a flame so for things like burgers are chicken or vegetables. Even i can put them straight over flame just like a regular grill and really really sear it. Now i've made chicken on it. I made the pulled pork over on my instagram on it. I think it looks fantastic. I don't care what any it'd be all say. I never really knew how to grow before. But i really have researched this heavily before he got into it. When i decided when researching charcoal grills gas grills my house actually is wired piped plumbed. I don't know you say it for a natural gas hook up in the back for either hot tub or natural gas grill so that would be cool but after researching. What i want is to smoke. Meets to do long smokes on meets briskets pulled pork things like this and i want to get that smoked flavor but i also want to be able to fire it up now they have these combo. Charcoal grill offset smoker gas grills. You can get their massive there. Fucking twelve feet long. They're also kind of like Every other appliance you know if it doesn't nineteen things it probably doesn't do any of them that well and the more i research the pellet smokers very simple devices what's called a controller which basically just up tries to maintain temperature and figure out how many pellets to feed into the fire pot to keep the fire going to keep a steady temperature that i've set the old set it and forget it. What the rondo. Peel and the pallet are one hundred percent. What if you buy good pouch you. My garbage pallets that are held together with binders and glues and oils and all kinds of other shit. But you know. I i buy good pellets. And you can get you know cherry. What apple would you can get. Pecan you can get hickory. You can get blends. You can make your own blends and it's basically a very simple machine hold on. What is this. Somebody says i used to work for traeger and my dream. Smoker is a yoder. They use that fat boy gauge metal and it holds heat more good. Lear meinhold very well. What i found so the apps not the best. It's improved from. When i i was researching and people were complaining. I find meinhold temperature very well. I find the grell surfaces anywhere between twenty degrees to fifty degrees cooler ban temp. I said it too but this is easy to compensate for holds. Which is the most important thing. So i can dial it higher than i need it to get the grill top temp. You know the plates as hot as i want. And it'll hold steady. Which is what's great about it. So i yeah i love it man you get the flavor you can do long low cooks on it. I can cook on this thing. I i can do a fire on this thing in one hundred and eighty and keep it going so it's very simple. A heating element and augur and the jeter calling me dad. of course. this is everything i've ever dreamed of. I want to just give up and be a dad but without the kids even lazier ease even lazier. You know what. I mean Green eggs for smoking. Yeah i hear that everybody says green egg are great but they are. They are more labor intensive. We have to do a little more stuff. Do you have a little lounge setup back there by the barbecue. Yeah of course but vegas is today after one hundred seventeen you never invite any of us. I don't know who that is. Who's george because i don't like people and if this guy thinks he knows me i came to check out the end surprise surprise. Patrick talking about food again. I don't appreciate that at all and by the way remind me to come back to mike booth. Everybody we've got. I've got a dick to suck. He's getting his setup ready to invite tie over for some barbecue and beer. George are you in vegas now permanently. I was invited just out of time. Patrick are you becoming curren but with better things like that. I liked that. I've got a real big mike. Buddha story to tell When i finished with us. Anyway what i'm saying about the pellet smoker and this you know texas people especially you may be a very we. Maybe we do a do a meet up for the birthday. I told you guys now look. I'm not having over to my house. You fucking psychos him. I miss patrick bitching of chubais cooking. Well i imagine now that choubey highly engaged. I've been sent my save the day card. He's having two weddings one in the noma wine country and then one in like you know little bangladesh india. Thanks for that scrubbed up whatever. It was So listen so yes so. The pellet grills great. I recommended anybody who wants to like barbecue without the cleaning. 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"bangladesh india" Discussed on Bobkast
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"bangladesh india" Discussed on Los' Lounge
"I want to get into a little bit about police accountability in this country with a because my goodness just even in the last two weeks we've had so much loss and murders and sundowns of black women black nan marginalized people and even even people. Now it seems like there is no remorse point because there was a violent takedown of a seventy three year old woman. What is going on with police in the united states of america. What is policing like in your country. Because i see listeners. From everywhere. And i want to remind you those listeners specifically come from on break it to you right now not on this particular. I mean this. Scroll back Policing here in the united states for all of the good cop slithering for all of the good law enforcement we salute you and we thank you and but fit those bad at apple's make the whole tree spoiled. You see what i'm saying. So how's policing in germany and the uk in well. We're going to touch russia. Sorry to my russian audience but you know mexico. Canada japan blessing ireland philippines austria israel sweden france for the horatio netherlands bangladesh india malaysia ukraine kenya. Saudi arabia saudi arabia czech republic singapore australia belgium south africa a big salute to south africa with respect to the entire continent the motherland of africa. Egypt spain indonesia kenya shuttled to kenya. Charlotte period the fact that africa is listening. I feel so honored. I feel so honored and i okay. Let me stay on track. How is policing in europe. Because over here as you read in the news it's ridiculous. It's ridiculous it's become the next normal and we rebuke in the name of jesus in the name of jesus and so we must continue to hold our local police departments. You know accountable for these violent acts lot of conversation going on around the young lady who was shot five times with the knife who called the cops to look for defense because she was being bullied and harassed by people that showed up keeps. It keeps becoming a topic of conversation here allows because i just i'm so against all this man like it's ridiculous. It's ridiculous anyways. I wanted to read to you Something from excuse me need some water. Something i'm getting like getting a timeout. Here how can we enhance police accountability. In the united states. This is according to our friends. Over at giving compass dot org the recent deaths of george floyd brianna taylor and rayshard brooks spurred. Wait a minute. Let me look at the date of this article November twenty seven. Two thousand twenty. That's the date all right. Let's keep that in context. The recent death of george. Floyd brian taylor. And rayshard brooks spurred widespread protest against police brutality and racial injustices continuing the protests is a recent video recording of police officer in kenosha wisconsin. Shooting jacob blake a black man in the back multiple times as he enters vehicle and his children watch from inside the vehicle. Federal local law enforcement responses to the shootings and the protests have both come under fire but these responses are characteristic a larger law enforcement and police institution. Black people are three point five times more likely than white people to be killed by the police. When blacks are not attacking. Do not even have a weapon. Let me read it to you again. Black people are three point five times more likely than white people to be killed by police. When blacks are not attacking. Do not have a weapon. George floyd perfect example by teenagers are twenty one times more likely than white teenagers to be killed by the police. That's tamir rice. That's anton rose and the black person is killed about every forty hours and the us. That's jonathan ferrall and corn gains. One out of every thousand black men can expect to be killed by police violence over the life. Course this is tamir rice philander castro so many more..
"bangladesh india" Discussed on Podcast – Women in Leadership
"In behind. Few people know from big investors from singapore lady. Coming up on the podcast in a few weeks. Who's going to tell me about that house. Driving huge lot of women's investment as well. It's a real game changer. Money then really now care. And i think when you look at what is driven like person i hugely respect will be you know. Mark carney is former governor of the bank of england A n envoy. He was very instrumental in setting up the task force on financial disclosure which is basically that started economic so. It's that extra nauseous piece. It's going like there's so much on a candidate for risk investment portfolios because we're not factoring in the risk coming from climate fluctuations from disruption of supply chains because climate russians. So we're not assessing with correctly. Assess the risk of a pandemic. And i think as well as the climate keith. What we're seeing against hope to a lot more of our companies abated as all our issues human rights. Like when you when you pick up your packet problems has ever been paid fair wage in the development of this. You know people. I think realize issues or modern slavery the human rights aspects. You know when you are buying your your top you know what happened in bangladesh. India i think heightened people's understanding of where still comes from And i don't think no one wants to see child labor in any products that they buy. So i think there is the environmental risks. There's also those kind of human social factor risks that no one wants to stand over from business point of view it's reputation it's you know and also your back to basic ethics and values so i think and the capital markets. Begin to understand this now so it is. It's really changing space so that you are quite progressive within this was all so we're quite what about the united. You mentioned the un then. Mark carney the united nations sustain of strategic development goals. They seem to be kind of under the radar with everything. They're seeping into all decisions. Are they kind of driving. Change within the irish market particularly ucla. I really hope so. I think they are. I think for me. It's not everyone knowing the seventeen sustainable development goals and knowing the details..
"bangladesh india" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"December referred that game still get up. It's getting updated of until they They launched one hundred three. I would damaging content. What about you. Reg sorry meeting. What are these pepo bismarck. So people don't think i'm doing throughout the year in the video Yeah no no not really new games. The only additional new games That are still on. The plan are cyberpunk and The what was its phoenix rising. That's it for new ones apart from that. I didn't even get around to to really playing seven yet. Known as two million underplayed. Yeah i mean that's another thing so many games. Now that i think it's difficult for us to parse even what's going on even our own discord somebody be like. Hey is anybody played bubble blonde. Sometimes you'll see that like some people haven't even played the game other than that like that one person has played it. It's pretty crazy when you'll see that even all go in there it'll be like as anybody playing this will be like now you know. And then sometimes it's just the longevity. These games like von hall is so big that you know. What do you do like wh- at that point. It's you can't even play five other games. If you're if you're too busy plan that looking here. Somebody's returned to mass effect in also picked up mass effect. Because they announced the remo selection so i think a lot of people to the started. You did right. Yeah i i did cut the state i think It wasn't he also streaming. He was. Yeah someone else was as well. I've seen a good number of people start playing the originals again. Greetings from romania. Yeah where are you guys all at in chat whereas everybody were in austria. I'm gonna get these right australia. London oregon and norway sweden norway sweden. Not because he hates e denmark denmark. Okay denmark see. I was over there somewhere else. Bangladesh india massachusetts. I know you guys are all here for the ps five. Don't worry i. I'm not gonna be bad or the xbox when you guys leave. I'm just trying to figure out where some people are from norway..
Rape is wrong but death penalty, castration, not the answer: UN rights chief
"U N High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has called on governments worldwide to redouble their efforts to prevent rape and other forms of sexual violence. She also appealed for a right spaced approach to prosecution after highlighting a new law in northwest Nigeria, which allows surgical castration for male rapists and the death penalty where the victim is under fourteen tempting as it may be to impose draconian punishments on those who carry out such monstrous acts we. Must not allow ourselves to commit further violations she said in a statement, the development follows numerous rapes reported around the world in recent weeks including in Algeria, Bangladesh India, Morocco Nigeria Pakistan, and Tunisia people have rightly been outraged and are demanding justice for the victims and measures to prevent such assaults from happening. Again, Miss Bachelorette noted in an appeal for greater assistance for victims prompt criminal investigations and prosecutions. I share the outrage and standing solidarity with the survivors and with those demanding justice but I'm concerned. Are also calls and some places loss already being adopted, bringing cruel and inhuman punishments and the death penalty for perpetrators they main argument being made for the death penalty is for it to deter rape. But in fact, there's no evidence that the death penalty deters crime more than other forms of punishment the death penalty or other measures such as surgical sterilization of perpetrators will not resolve the barriers victims of sexual violence face in accessing justice misbash let said
"bangladesh india" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Nation we're living in very very strange times in these and these are the times that that really how shall I say a challenge a man's soul because I never thought in my lifetime that I would see a naked communist openly and nakedly espouse Trotskyism and try to pass it off as mother's milk and have so many stupid people drink from the order of the street that's nice that's well phrased alike that is very Florida so Bernie gives them the orders of the seat and like the little children that they are they drink from the owners of the seat not knowing that what he is espousing has been tried before and resulted in a hundred million deaths do you realize that if the communists took power they would round you up not the first day not the second day not the first month not the second month what you have to study what they do to those like us who would resist them at all costs remember now we're on to the teeth that's the one differential we are armed to the teeth and they are every other country you would say they weren't on the yes they wore I have post the picture posted pictures in the past often I'm pen Cambodia on my Twitter feed the I. year months ago six months ago of what happened if the poll pot the little Marxist professor took over Cambodia I know there's some Cambodian people listen to the show religiously they ran from the killing fields their parents were killed in these were kids who came over here they know exactly what will happen if Bernie Sanders wins they know that the first thing they will come for is your guns the second thing or maybe the first thing you will come for is your freedom of speech and of writing already we see it on Twitter where I am shadow band yes I have almost two hundred thousand followers whatever they call it like I should have two million since I have about twenty million listeners to my radio show which is much freer I'm stuck at a hundred ninety nine thousand because I never bought any and they have people from Bangladesh India god knows where little little tiny people who sit there and follow my tweets and block them they say it's objectionable content or the outright ban it with a shadow Bennett is their website they can do what they want they don't like my politics they can manage make believe they're not doing it next time I see president trump I'm gonna put that on top of my agenda speak to Jack Dorsey about what they're doing to me on Twitter today I posted a question is America ready for left wing Jewish billionaire hateful Jewish communists that could easily be misconstrued as a racist a question no I'm not raising the issue of their religion because they did especially one of them Bernie Sanders was never Jewish he said in the beginning for many years as a politician he he issued his Jewishness he laughed about it he said that although what was what was born George I do not identify in any way with a religion no I do not that's what he said for years now suddenly he gets a Jewish outrage director who says Bernie's values a Jewish five says Jews understand white nationalism better than any people on earth again he goes to ground and attacks white males now that type of communist you Bernie Sanders that I knew in New York what the type that spin on the Bible their own Bible let alone the Christian Bible they would laugh at religious people mock those in black because they believe in call Marx's saying religion is the opiate of the masses that's that's who years did I ever think I would wake up to one day and see a man like this a soapbox communist get so far only in America it's a free country and apparently is a lot of stupid people do not know the history are condemned to who are condemned to repeat it not only do they not know their history they never at something on the great Spanish philosopher will be remembered for that one line those who do not know history or their history are condemned to repeat it so all of the slavish worshipers of the communist joke Bernie Sanders are condemned to repeat their history screaming and yelling for that which has been tried as that was brand new as though he'd invented it no he didn't invent it well our other topics to talk about the Roger stone case the corona virus bringing coronavirus patients and to treat them in America's criminally negligent anyone who makes that decision for Americans is not only a not a good doctor or scientist there it with their committing a crime but then again I have no power million opinion maker that's what I am you know that after twenty six years in a March for whatever it is I'll be twenty six years on the radio if I make it to that point my dog teddy by that many of you ask about him it's funny when I throw it in the house are we got the AKC papers again with dust them off because he's very tired and very all these blind set to watch him go up and down the steps because he follows the pack of the other three and we almost lost him last winter looks like it's going to get through this with the March fifty will be sixteen at all I will do a live show with him on probably periscope on Twitter of off Lexus it is very easy access to.
"bangladesh india" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In New South Wales warned third lives and homes would be at risk with no let up in the high temperatures strong winds and low humidity a powerful cyclone has killed several people as it hit the border region between India and Bangladesh India reported two deaths qualities three Bangladeshis were killed by falling trees about two million people spent the night in storm shelters a cyclone Google made landfall between India's cigar islands and capoeira in Bangladesh the British internet stock K. aside has beaten his American rival the can pour in a much hyped boxing match in Los Angeles the two celebrities who have huge followings on social media will walk away with prize money of more than eight hundred thousand dollars each annex Richmond has this report the battle to crown the toughest internet personality round the full six rounds and ended in a points victory for the British you cheap stock KSI the balance was a grudge rematch which followed to drool forces Amasis in Manchester last year prior to his boxing career KSI made his name uploading videos of himself playing the computer game FIFA Logan pool previously made headlines when he filmed himself discovering a suicide victim in Japan whether the fight was Randall just on for the publicity the TV revenues are estimated by some pundits at more than a hundred million pounds I was Alex Ritson reporting BBC news welcome to in the balance this week coming to you from the city of Kilkenny in Ireland and the home of the kill economics economics and comedy festival I'm Laurie cassman judge we.
"bangladesh india" Discussed on Folklore on the Rocks
"We took a stopover in Spain to have a quick drink and now a back on the plane. We are going all all the way to India. Not just you know mainstream Bangladesh India. We're not going to you know the places that people actually have been or they shot movies. We're not going to Bollywood India. No we are going to a place up in kind of if India was like overlay a map of the United States. The northeastern part of India is an area called Uttaranchal Pradesh is that where the like borders like Paul yes so it is sandwiched actually actually it. Everyone is kind of used to Nepal being northern India Nepal is actually further west <hes> than this this part so Bhutan now this is. It's like a points the point exactly exactly it's it's like the New England Maine area yeah so it's right near Tibet <hes> and <hes> it's got China right on the side of it now. It is still <hes> on the west side of the Himalayas so it does have still a whole lot of mountains but it has a really rich and broad river that goes right through the whole thing down toward Bangladesh cool and this river is called the Brahmaputra river around Mu draw yeah. It's only I'm hoping I'm saying I couldn't tell you where the one thing Himalayas like okay so listening to starchy legends one time which is another podcast. They are wonderful. If you like this kind of stuff that we do you would love them to but I digress these said one time that it's Himalayas apparently Himalayas by colloquially be surprised. colloquially we know it is the Himalayas so we'll say that but it has done a really great job of deliberately misunderstanding. We're real that the area and everything having to do with it so yes we recognize that there may be different pronunciations of the Himalayas. Has Yeah slash is they're both really cool means. I should send a tweet out to the two hundred people at the in line at the top of Mount Everest right now because they have nothing better to do totally that can discuss it among themselves Himalayas Himalayas alias. We got to be able to say the right thing when we get home just ask their guide usually don't have a guide with them. Yes they're Sherpa which I learned okay fun fact about the Sherpa they're more. They're more Nepal than India but anyway fun pumping about one thing about the <hes> the the Sherpas the see if I remember it. I don't have my nose in front of me for him so anyway. I usually claim that I'm like a Sherpa for the Salt Lake City Valley. I work as a local guide occasionally for movie crews when they come in to scout locations nations and they come into town. I don't know where anything is. I'm their helper monkey. They're equal and shorthand I for years of just called Sherpa work. I'm why because when when a film crew comes to Utah They Wanna go up the mountain. That's no as a matter what they're filming or what they plan on filming before the shoot is over. They want to go up the mouth and so pretty you so I take them up the mountain you know and so that's that's always been my butt so Sherpa is both a people that is native to that area but it's also the job of of Mountain Guide and it's a one word with two meanings. If you hire a Sherpa they may or may not be a member. We're of the Sherpa people interesting yeah something I learned on some other news story about those people who are waiting in line for the top of Everest heard it somewhere at sometime be true that being said if you're planning adding on climbing Everest there are better things to do. It's I will photoshop you a Selfie on top of it and you don't need to go put some garbage of some oxygen tanks. Maybe freeze to death on the top of that mountain. Go do something else yeah. I mean. If you're super earns mountain climbing good for you. I could never do it so props there so yes on our on our little cross country air trip we passed Mount Everest. We waved at all those people up there. They waved back because I just freezing waiting in line for their herself fees and we land right near the Brahmaputra river in an area called Rilo. Okay Yeah Rilo is it's in this right low rent Rilo Ren yes. It's in this child Pradesh region. It's it's heavily forested right between a great big mountain <hes> mountain and forest area down into this this great big river now what we talked about from the the scene that we said at the beginning here. This is a river monster. The Buru through is really WanNa talk with talk about it from just the the the quickest shorthand of like someone says Oh you're going. You're going to our chopper. Dash Watch out for the boo then this. What's the Moore as like a crocodile but bigger watch effort afford and shorthand stare vein yeah no that would get their point across but it doesn't fit with any crocodiles that we know it now it could absolutely be just a big Crocodilian lives lives in this particular region and if it did it would probably have more of a Gabriel Diet <hes> being more fish based than jump out and eat people because it seems like it's pretty elusive? It's not something that comes out and sons lends itself or anything like that <hes> it it has very kind of restrained behavior. Now it could be it could be as simple as a crocodile or or a monitor lizard. There's been a lot of thought that it might be a monitor lizard because of the description of the head. The head is supposed to be something between a crocodile and snake where it has a finer scaling along it and kind of a smoother texture and when you here that that that it has some snake mixed into it well on one hand it could be a snake started also tells you that it's got some different features than just a long snout did just like rookie Aloun yeah so the so the illustrations situations I've seen it has a rounder snout and a more kind of Bulbous head to it with sorry to interrupt what's the difference between a monitor Lizard. The Komodo Dragon Oh looking Komodo dragon is any type of monitoring stir is the Hilo Monster is regular lizard. I don't believe they are a mature in my brand. They're all just lumped together. In like large lizard creature sure yeah enthusiast. I would not call myself a herpetologist if anyone is looking for some really great information about reptiles especially towards people who might own one. I would recommend the <hes> let's see Clint's. Reptiles on youtube sounds like Larry laidlaw. He's you know for B._Y._U.. Professor he's really he's an okay guy I re. He's very passionate like I. I'm like B._Y._U.. It it's funny being exactly the same way about Brandon Sanderson. He's a man he teaches at B._Y._U.. But he's one of the best fantasy authors I've ever read and it was a professor there. I was like Oh we have to explain. <hes> B._Y._U.. Is a local university. <hes> it's a cool one. It's a private university and it's it's run by the Mormon Church basically which you've got Utah. You probably know about Mormons. You've heard of them. Yeah Ahead Latter Day saints or whatever but it's it's a specifically private school. They have like a strict honor code they. It's it's everything that you most normal people don't want in college all these restrictions and like yeah and it does provide families that want that kind of Environment Journo a place where they can learn and uphold their their own you know beliefs and everything like that and that's cool because all about it has its problems just like any the other campus does but yeah for Logan and I just kind of roll our eyes at the fact that it's it is we both we both attended the rival school the university they're automatically arrivals so we cannot by by default but Clinton laidlaw a zoology professor he runs a youtube channel that is Clint's reptiles. Definitely check that out if you if you like reptiles at all it's become one of my new favorite channels awesome awesome. I Love I also look it up and learn more lizard since I don't know what he's apparently just universally enthusiastic about the creatures who's presenting and a lot of the time they are creatures that most people might think are ugly or dangerous or not something to be loved. <hes> and Clint can find something to love about solar so into what they're studying like you know they dedicate their lives to it already because it's their profession but they are just mm-hmm overly enthused about it and like it's just bubbling over and they want to share it so they have stuff like a youtube channel or like a podcast. You Know Oh yeah yeah. It's just fun to have to share in someone else's passion and and I guess that may be why people are listening to this or maybe they just like to hear us talk but I did. I did find a super cool. There's this really neat snake. I sent you a link earlier. I don't know if you saw it but that was a that was a super sweet. Take Sunbeam snake and its IRIDESCENCE which is like my favorite thing in the whole world and so it's like silvery but it has this iridescent sheen to it skills looks like a beetle or an oil slick or something like that sink more in my life. I totally want to get one. I love a danger noodle. They're so cute but anyway I just saw that. I was like dude. Logan will love this so you should look it up. Lincoln show notes but it's a cool look super cool yeah and you know owning reptiles is not for everyone they can be challenging pets but learned to appreciate them from afar. They're valuable members of ecosystems and I don't know when a creature doesn't really when creature doesn't have to evolve a couple million years it tells you they must be doing something right. Yeah Snakes Sharp Satan. They know what's up man. It's true yeah so we're we're going back to India now. We talked about how it could be a Crocodilian. Let's let's add that. It to the list as far as the might be <hes>. It may not be the most exotic conclusion to this story but I love that it there's a very real possibility that this is a real creature that they just haven't documented very and then emceeing crocodile or whatever and gets across the point that hey this is dangerous. Stay away so if they said maybe some of the other things that could possibly be it makes us less threatening. I guess there's actually quite a few things that could be so. We talked about a crocodile in looking at the rations. I haven't found a whole lot of documentation that says it's that reminds anyone else about it but it's head shape looks far more amphibious to me. Okay okay then Reptilian with that round kind of pod shaped head it really it looks in many illustrations like a hell. Hell benders salamander just Hughes so really a big one a few inches long usually <hes> they can get up to like. I think the biggest ones are fourteen ish inches light. They're they're they're big ish but they don't get man-eater size they did though there are prehistoric salamanders that were gigantic yeah the mega theory on the grounds law so cool Slavs man one of my favorites but it could be like a giant giant salamander type creature and that would account for spending so much time in the water okay with such a limited data set most of what we have our from reporters years and <hes> a couple of scientists went down in the forties and after and got reports from local villagers and there were a rash of sightings between nineteen forty and I think somewhere in the sixties sixties and then they just Kinda died out <hes> this was not something that was very popular to continue seeing or it could have been killed elsewhere or died. I don't know I hope it didn't die but salamander a possibility the the other possibility that I kinda like just thinking again there are a lot of creatures that can breathe air that eat things on the surface but spend almost their entire lives underwater and do that and I just get this kind of itch on my back that it may be a cello did a snake necked turtle so that's all they see coming extreme like a turtle with a really really long neck is that basic would be correct yeah. It's actually an older body type that was evolved and it's not very effective oddly enough clint laidlaw does a far better video on this than I I do yeah. It's something that a lot of turtles in the early days of that body type they would protect their head anyway they could and they started turning their head to the sides and that works around having a very very long long neck but also does expose the neck when the head is withdrawn so in many ways it seems kind of a disadvantage but it would create that that creature on the surface of just ahead snaking up out of the water now also the the obvious answer is it could be a snake a snack S. N.. E. K. could just be a great big Anaconda type thing out there very big danger noodle yeah but it doesn't coil coil around things. It just grabbed things. It's not like I can start your snake. It's some other hearing this week indeed swell yeah and <hes> it was under Ralph Izzo Yard or Izard third. Maybe related any so maybe that would that would be great but nevertheless he was he was a pretty good scientist and an fighter fighter for the British Office of Naval Intelligence and well he went and documented a lot of things from the area.
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"Mexico are through to the final of the CONCACAF gold Cup with a one no victory over tiny Haiti and they needed a controversial extra time penalty to do that and away from the football India have sealed that place in the semi finals of the Cricket World Cup after a hard fought victory over Bangladesh India and Australia are confirmed as making it to the last four which leaves three sides vying for two remaining spots those three Pakistan New Zealand and the host England and the last to play today and what is close to a must win game actually and at Wimbledon the biggest names to go out on the second day with Dominic team that's the men's fifth straight and the former women's champions copping a murderous I'm Maria Sharapova Serena Williams and Roger Federer away tested a bit before going through with relative ease and Rafa Nadal wasn't tested to tools are he and those are the two safely through to the third round today Billie James will come from center court on Wimbledon as I say it eighteen thirty GM take few canyon hall he needed drink now the fans are absent right cockroaches they love to live with humans well particular type known as German cockroaches they've taken over the world I'm scientists who would try to work out the best way to kill them with pesticides and had a bit of a nasty shock the roaches seem to thrive on pesticides and they breed so fast that they become immune to many pesticides in just a matter of months professor Michael Shara from Purdue University Indiana says cockroaches may soon become nearly impossible to control with bug spray we collected cockroaches from actual apartments or flats where people were living in low income situations and then we brought those back to our lab and reared them up to large numbers in these large plastic boxes in environmentally controlled chambers so how many are you dealing with at this stage tens of thousands of individuals and then we take them and then test them on insecticide residues to find out their survival after a certain amount of time on the insecticide residue so you got these different classes of insecticide you use them over different periods what were you trying to find a you basically trying to find out if you could kill the cockroaches right and so with that part of the experiment was done actually in in the field in apartments and we're trying to manage the cockroaches to bring the numbers down and we got the exact opposite result in most of the cases the Roach numbers kind of just took off what we thought we had a failed experiment so at the end of the study we did some things to try to make sure we could control the roaches for the people who had to live there that's the first priority but at the end of the study we collected more roaches and brought them back to the lab and reared them up and did the same thing we found out that the resistance levels that increased from anywhere to four to six times what they were at the beginning of the story so what can we do I mean if the best that you can do is you can keep the population level and at worst you end up increasing the number of cockroaches they are indeed going to inherit the earth is people suspect is always going to be the case that you know that they're going to be left off to the nuclear bomb Monday right so we humans have to get better at doing the little things that help stressed the cockroaches like taking out the trash she today not feeding your pets around the clock when you see the pet food believe it or not coverages love dog and cat food we get lots of nutrition from that and so just by feeding pets once per day for example we we recommend that sanitation taking out the trash non chemical approach is light traps you.
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"The festival is happening in September September nineteen th through the twenty second to be exact, but they're accepting submissions film submissions that can be part of the festival, and we wanted to give you information on that. And give you guys a chance to maybe submit if you're if you're a local filmmaker, and you want to be represented in the the Chicago, South Asian film festival and welcome back. Thank you make back again. Absolutely. Absolutely. Okay. So you are accepting films in which categories are you accepting a film submissions? So be four category. The category are the pitching short the fiction documentary that fiction feature films, and then there is another another special category, which is the pitch and feature documentary films. Okay. And so what are the what's the criteria? And and how can people submit? Do they have to go to the af dot ORG? And then once they entered the left side, there is a link or stuff mixed film link one. They click on the subject of link there'd be able to fill up the form of the film and all the details. And that's it and committed and wouldn't you be what what what's the criteria? What what? What is the actual rules of the criteria to submit cure for the criteria for submitting the film to Chicago festival is that the students should have some Saudis and content in it based out Asian. It could be like a foundation director filmmaker or anyone salvation associated with the film or short in a solid Asian country. But that has to be some relevant to Saudis, you got it. So that's the only real Yankee. I was going to say that makes sense since it's called the Chicago South Asian film festival. So that may. Yes. So so people who submit their films. Okay. And then you you do give awards out could correct if the. In two thousand fourteen you introduce the South Asian films in America awards, correct? Correct. And so God Saudi films. Yes. Avoid yet. Absolutely. So the filmmakers who are going to submit have the possibility of winning in war, correct? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. The devoid it basically the audience choice awards we have in each category that are four categories and for every category will have the audience who come to watch the film. They both for the film, and the film, which has the highest number of votes from the audience win that ward. Oh, that's great. Yeah. Yeah. That's really that's that's sounds like that sounds like like a like a great festival. It really does. And now, you have you you've had a repeat filmmakers, they already submitting. Now, our people have you got have you gotten a lot of submissions already here in may. Oh, yeah. We have actually gone a lot of mission so far, and we still have it have a month and a half that the submission. And they'll it still coming up every day. We did like new submission. And and you know, that new film get into a portal, so the super excited submissions that are going on. And we still have some time before we ended up mission to that. We can all screen, and we can get the final decision out for the sexual if you are interested in submitting a film in documentary feature film documentary short film fiction feature film fiction short film as well. You can go to see as a f- f- dot org that see as a f- F dot org, and there's a submission tab. You can click on to fill out all the forms and submit your movie that way. That's that's really really great. Now. Let me let me ask you this jigger, the one what is your take on Hollywood films versus the kind of films that you guys are showing at this at the festival of body. Would Bollywood is a is a term which was coined, you know, we had lot of John Ross films together India, right? So it has different different moods different different connections. Whereas also is mostly about this independent than evolve colors, you know, the the independent issues. The messages any any special special things which are happening in the society still makers come up with those two topics which had some message back to the community. Not that you know, the other teams do not have message. But this is like purely based on unknown experience on a particular topic on an associate of 'cause issue, but those those actually come under the independent. Category. Got it. And that's what. Yeah. Okay. Let me ask you this films that have been shown at the festival have they'd gone onto to success. Elsewhere, whether it be in in America or in South Asia. Yes. Actually, you are very good question in two thousand seventeen rescreen it's been Newton and be had actors celebrity who flown all the way from India to Chicago for two Andy around for the red carpet, and that movie was nominated for Oscars. And it was such a great feeling and such a such a feeling of pride for us that we cleaned that building a Takata salvation festival and was nominated for the Oscars. That's really great. So congratulations on that. That's a lot of fun discovering. A filmmaker like that and the star. That's great. That's really bad. Thank nick. Absolutely. Some of the movies that you enjoy. Oh. Very good question. I enjoy all kinds of movie, you know, I also am a part of the programming team of the festivals that I get to get, you know, all the all the terms of midday with my team, and my Judy I enjoy all kinds of films. Especially know in terms of comedy comedy drama pillars are like my thoughts category. But but in general, I just enjoy all kinds of things. Yeah. Well, you would have to in the position that you're in. Have to watch a long to watch a long. Yeah. Do you ever do that? Do you ever just get, you know, like Girardi ever getting like bleary eyed, and like, I don't know if I can watch another movie considering how much content you have to watch. Sometimes sometimes especially in the evening. It started watching this film's. And if there is a film, which is really heavy on on a subject or something. And then I feel that you know, that there have been moments like while, you know, look at the creativity. And, you know, look at this film, still I do I do understand those emotions at times that. Yeah. All right. Well, the the the event happened September nineteen th through the twenty second. That's this year. The submissions are being accepted right now. Once again, go to see SAF dot org. C A F F dot org. For more information. And and then keep us posted g Gherman as we get closer to the to the festival, but we can have you back on September to talk about it. Okay. Absolutely. And I would love to have you come for the festival. Yeah. So it'd be nice, you know, you can get introduced to couple of allegations films and walk the red carpet with a great time. It sounds like fun. It sounds like fun. Congratulations on ten years in present you taking the time to talk to us. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. Absolutely. Was not really. Yeah. With me if you're Shah everybody festival manager of the Chicago South Asian film festival celebrating its tenth anniversary ten years. They've been doing this now, and again you can submit if you're interested in it has to have a obviously connection to South Asia. Your film does. And if the categories that they're accepting films and submissions for our the documentary feature film, the documentary short film fiction feature film fiction short film, and the they've had motion pictures from if ghanistan Bangladesh, India, Iran, the Paul Pakistan, Sri Lanka to bet also films from Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos Singapore. Thailand, Vietnam, they've also been showcased as well. So there's lots of lots of different places that are being showcased here..
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"Tens of thousands of tourists have fled some of the most popular resort islands ahead of a powerful. Tropical storm, which is set to bring heavy rains wind and waves of up to five meters high its peak holiday season there and storm public is due to make landfall later today. Let's cross now. Chuck correspondent Jonathan head. Who's in Bangkok? Hi, Jonathan tell us. What's the latest? Well, it has already made landfall. It's struck the coast in the province of Nakhon si Tamerat's, which is on the narrow is misundersta south of town. Just south of the holiday islands of Cosa movie. Coping and towel and is bringing as expected very strong gusts of wind very high waves and a very large amounts of rainfall around thirty thousand people have been evacuated from areas rice along the coast where there were vulnerable to tidal surges they've been a lot of tourists leaving the islands to but not today because all see an air transport links have been suspended so they've mostly been leaving in the past two or three days to avoid getting stuck there. Those who are still there have been are being advised to stay away from beaches. They're still risky. There are no boats at all going out and to stay inside solid buildings mostly because of the risk of of debris flying around as well. And the storm will continue to pass across the southern Thailand, a win effect beaches on the other side on the end of NC side as well. Although it is expected to diminish in strength over the next twelve hours. Now, we've been hearing Jonathan that this is a highly unusual to have a tropical storm at this time of the year in Thailand. Is not unusual to have storms, but it is unusual to have one at this strength. It's been thirty years since we had anything like this in the Gulf of Thailand, you do get very big storms in this region. Of course, you get massive typhoons out in the Pacific that tend to hit countries, like the Philippines, and Taiwan, and Japan, and you also get cyclones in the Indian Ocean that affect Ma Bangladesh India, but the Gulf of Thailand does get stormy weather. I mean tourists come here at this time of year because in fact, the weather on the rest of Thailand, and on the end of and seaside is usually very nice, and it's much cooler. This time of year for the Gulf of Thailand does routine to get quite choppy weather. This is unusual. They'd have a storm which is forcing evacuations. But the tile thirties are aware of them. There have been storms in the past occasionally which have caused very high levels of casualties at many many years ago. This time they have taken preparation proper precautions that have provided. Evacuation shelters. I should say there are a number of tourists who feel they haven't had adequate information. And I think their biggest problem is going to be for those who are stuck on the islands who've missed flights is Justice have finding enough accommodation with themselves and rescheduling those flights and they're going to have to do that. Once the airports reopen again, perhaps in about twenty about probably twenty four to thirty six hours time, it's a very busy time of year for tourists are an awful lot of people who were affected and no doubt. There will be a huge economic impact following the storm, and the fact that these tourists will be leaving. But I'm getting a sense though, that the authorities were very aware. There was sufficient warning evacuating thirty thousand people cannot be easy, but they must be more challenges to come. Once. The storm has passed. I think a lot depends. I mean, this isn't as powerful as the very big storms. We've seen the Philippines, which are massively destructive what ready to what what it really depends on is whether there are areas that get hit by either a very sudden tidal surge they can be lethal or flooding or particular landslides. They can be very destructive or we simply don't know at this stage. How much of that kind of destruction? There will be other Matt I would imagine they'll recover pretty quickly. K Johnson have thank you very much. You're listening to news on the BBC World Service shaima in Kearney with you this morning. A reminder of our main stories the US house of representatives now under Democratic Party control has passed legislation designed to envy, partial government shutdown without paying for President Trump's border wall, China, and the US are told trade talks to hold trade talks in Beijing next week as they try to resolve a dispute that is heightening nervousness on financial markets worldwide. And just as we heard. From Jonathan head. They're the most powerful storm in thirty years is bearing down on the southern coast of Thailand. Let's get sports headlines now. Mike Williams is here. Thank you. Shauna. Say Manchester City reignited the Premier League title race on Thursday as they ended Liverpool's twenty game unbeaten start to the season and reduced year than club sides lead at the top of the table to four points. Sterling.
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"Point six billion, and then pretty much drop it altogether had his head handed to him by people on talk radio and on television. And I'm sure he heard from his base. And then he regained his. Backbone on this issue. And is now said that he's prepared to take credit as you know, he famously said when he had his meeting in the Oval Office with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer that he would take blame for responsibility for the shutdown. He's now blaming the Democrats. But a border patrol agent was talking about the conditions on the border. I played you part of it. Let's play the whole thing. And he was asked what does he need? Good morning. Having me on the situation at the border is unprecedented. My thirty years of working for the border patrol. I've never witnessed the situation that we're faced with today. We are being overwhelmed with migrants principally family units and children and people that are from countries other than Mexico in the first time in the in the border patrol history. The majority of our arrest or what we call other than Mexican nationals people from China Bangladesh India, and then of course, Central America, the fight over the border wall or border structure, whatever it is is extremely political right now, you have individuals who are on one side or now switching sides. Let's remove politics from this for a moment. What can you want? You're on the ground you need resources. What do you want? But what we need along the border is a border enforcement system. There's no singular solution. What we need is a combination of factors a border infrastructure roads that provide access to the border technology ground sensors night vision cameras drones. And then, of course, wall or fencing to secure the border. It is a comprehensive system it's complex it's multifaceted. And what we need is an entire border enforcement system in your opinion. How would a structure wall whatever help with the current situation that folks like you and your colleagues are experiencing all along the southern border over the course of the last few months. And again after thirty years of working in border enforcement. I can attest to the fact that walls border fences, do work was here in San Diego back in the late eighty s early ninety s we began to putting up fencing in the mid nineteen ninety s and that had a dramatic impact on the flow of illegal migration. Newman Arizona, excuse me Zona in two thousand and four when we we're going to put a fencing the same thing unfolded there as soon as he put an infrastructure and fencing technology and agents, it has a dramatic impact on that flow of illicit migrants. Illicit narcotics brings control to the border now, a legal alien murdered a northern California police officer with the Newman police department whose name was Manila sing and the status law county sheriff said that his hands were tied even though this illegal alien had been deported before an ice wanted him. Are there was no detainers signed by judge? So we said we could not turn him over to ice. So he was released and he murdered. A police officer northern California. And now he and four people have been accused and arrested accused of assisting him. And the brother of this officer the officer's name rhino R O N. I L seeing S. I N G H spoke about his brother. We've bear would be very easy for me. We're not thing was my older, brother..
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"Says we're being overwhelmed by people OTM's the designation other than Mexicans which people as you noted from India from China. It is a matter of national security. At some point. We have to realize border security becomes a matter of national security. You simply cannot have unabated mass migration of who knows who in this country. Oh, yeah. But what about the Canadian border? Should it become a problem with the Canadian border? We address it when it becomes a problem. This is kind of a straw, man that is up out of the political left or. Yeah. But what about if they sailing to San Diego or sailing to San Francisco? Well, again, you address that issue as it occurs. We have a definable real issue on the southern border and sometime today, the president was going to sit down once again and talk with Nancy, and Chuck, and it seems that Nancy is driving this particular bus, not Chuck and say you care about security or not. No, walls, don't work. It's old technology. And there's a pro he was great great quote. I r. Are the wheels and old technology to? But the fact is in works wheels work walls, work, we all went on to say about the way that we have to be in the fake steps all inclusive steps to secure our border. We are being overwhelmed with migrants principally family units and children and people that are from countries other than Mexico and the first time in the border patrols history. The majority of our arrest are what we call other than Mexicans nationals people from China Bangladesh, India, and then of course, Central America. All right. Sagan was five. We put the wrong coca for. All. Right. We're good. Senator Richard Shelby weighed in on this as well. As to what we should be doing win, the three of them sit down and talk, and he points out that the long the Democrats go on this the more foolish. They're gonna look all of this will end, we don't know win in negotiations. It's not a question of who wins a loses. Nobody's gonna win. This kind of gain. Nobody wins and a shutdown. We all lose. And we kinda look silly kind of look silly. I just love the way the man talks as to how long the shutdown is going to last. Well, the good Senator went on to say encourage just lasts for a lot of gumption to say it can last for a good bit right now. We're at a standoff ethics. That's not good for the Senate. The house are America. We can do better. If we blame each other this could last a long long time there couldn't be Randy's. A Baltimore next up on talk radio. Six eighty WCBS. Good morning, Randi. Randy. Randy. Unfortunately as little Randy. Hang on telephone. Here's four one zero WCBS six eighty this Email in from John morning. Bruce, Democrats support illegal entry into the US facts of life. By definition, if you support sanctuary cities, and several you support illegal entry since the rule of law seems to not be enforced in this country. Anything goes as long as it fits with the democrat party agenda, a very sad situation for sure. Again, it is perfectly keeping it should not be a surprise. We had a president for eight years who promised a basic transformation it transformation of this country. And he went a fair bit down the road to making that happen. Kunis congress to pass legislation. He had a pen and a phone, and you can do all of self. You can push socialist agenda on us, regardless of what the house or the Senate had to say it is. The nature of the beast. And this is John wait a minute. But the thing in Florida, I thought rhinos were harmless. Paul Ryan, certainly is he was out in that particular rhino cage zoo down there, by the way. I know mitt was there and Senator flake was there. Or at least I think they weren't. I think apparently they've they're they're missing a home life a good bit because you should see the horns on these guys. I mean, they are significantly hornet Louie Gohmert as to win. This is all gonna end he said, this is all kabuki theatre for the uninformed. It's gonna end wants the Democrats decide they've milked it for all it's worth going to end at some point. Because there are things that have not been funded that the Democrats desperately want to find me at, HUD, and some other things, but the truth is there is nothing more important than the nation's security. It's our number one job in the US, congress keeping America safe the number one job and the number crafts are refusing to do it. The president talked with Fox News yesterday about this. Was on the all American new year special was on on New Year's Eve. He said that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer need to sit down and to go. She he's there. He's in the White House. They know the address column Uber get their butts over and sit down and chat Geiman, Washington. I'm ready willing and able men the White House. I'm ready to go. They can come over right now. They could've come over. Anytime. I spend Christmas in the White House. I spent New Year's Eve now in the White House. And you know, I'm here, I'm ready to go. It's very important. A lot of people are looking to get their paycheck. And so I'm ready to go anytime they want. No, we are not giving up we have to have border security and the wall is a big part of border security. The biggest part, by the way. The the swamp media is now accusing Trump of lying about Wendy's in the White House. Reporters at the White House. Tried to call the president's bluff on Monday. And said that well, we don't think he's really there. They say that we don't see the armed. We don't see the marine guard outside the door. The president is not their members of the Trump administration. Very appreciative. Of course, the oppressors observation tweeted this out from HOGAN Gidley who is one of the upper ups there. I just looked into office myself. The president was in fact city behind the resolute desk, working synon- just waiting for you and the rest of your either stop jumping to false conclusions. Correct record or here's a fought. Call the press team and ask rather than simply accused the president of lying about his whereabouts. And of course, the press is perturbed because the present actually got over to Afghanistan rather, Iraq and then Europe while he said there's going to be in Washington. They're not gonna let that happen again. So apparently if HOGAN can give his word is not enough, then Lindsey Graham must also be another con because he tweeted out that he'd had lunch with the president regarding the president's plan for Syria. They dined at the White House. Well, the press is unsure as to where the president is even when he's sitting behind the resolute desk. They're not particularly interested in where Nancy Pelosi has been. Well, eight hundred thousand American workers working for the government are not being paid. It's nice. That Nancy Pelosi was relaxing this past weekend of the Aloha state. Hawaii. Spotted relaxing. They're behind walls, by the way. Behind walls walls, which apparently have no impact. Which is sure they don't because the Democrats say they don't. So they must not the president tweeted about this. You said I'm in the Oval Office. Democrats come back from vacation. Now, give us the votes necessary for border security, including the wall. You've voted. Yes. In two thousand six you voted. Yes. In two thousand thirteen one more. Yes. But with me an office. I'll get it built and fast. This proves folks this is not about border security. This is about Donald Trump. This is about whether or not the Democrats can prevent Donald Trump from fulfilling a campaign pledge even if it is one that they have endorsed twice in the last dozen years. Mike is not again, he's next up on talk radio. Six eighty WCBS. Good morning, Mike and thanks for hanging on good morning. Happy new year to you, sir. Thank.
Chinese investment in Bangladesh rings India alarm bells
"As part of its belt and road initiative to play a big role in world affairs. Justna sing talks to the South Asia correspondent Kirin Stacey about why India of used China's expanding footprint in the region with suspicion, anxiety. Sakina. Let's start with the scale of Chinese investment in Bangladesh. How much is China investing and what kind of things is it investing in the scale is absolutely enormous, and it's not been very well noticed. Most people talk about Chinese investments in Pakistan and to a certain extent Lanka. But Bangaladeshi is the second biggest recipient of Chinese money in the South Asia region. China has a global policy of building what it calls a new Silkroad of trade routes that go through Asia through Africa, through parts of Europe. It's known as the Belton road initiative, and it's being pushed by president Xi Jinping himself. The South Asia part of it is largely focused on Pakistan. Pakistan is receiving about sixty billion dollars worth of money, but Bangaladesh's not too far behind. China is planning to spend around thirty billion dollars on Bangaladesh's infrastrure. Lecture on projects like bridges on power stations on roads on railways, but also there's another twelve billion dollars worth of private sector investment going on as well. So there's a lot of Chinese companies that want to set up in special economic zones that the bungalow Desi government is promising to create, which will give them tax breaks, for example. And why does Beijing see Bundy as an important place to spend its money? So it depends you ask as to why China wants to do this. The stated reason is that it's part of Belton, right? It's part of this idea that it wants to open up trade routes around Asia and elsewhere. So what bundler Desch gives China is a port which is close to Jin Jiang province in China's west to make sure that goods that are made engine Jiang can get out to the sea much quicker than if they had to go all the way east to Shanghai. For example, another. The reason is that China's simply has a lot of money to spend and the seas fast. Growing economies like under dash is a good way to invest its money and make returns, however, speak to people in India and elsewhere as well. They see a more geostrategic reason for China's to spend this money in near in particular is concerned about China's designs on the bay of Bengal, which is an area that India feels is very much part of its own sphere of influence. And it has complained about certain projects threatening the undermine islands, for example, which are several hundred miles to the south, but which India thinks will be threatened. If China was to build, for example, a big deep sea port on the southern tip of Bangladesh, the island, particularly of consent, India, because they have a lot of military installations that so any is very worried about being encircled militarily by China, which is building ports. It is already taken over a Putin. Sri Lanka is building a deep sea port in guate- in Pakistan. And if it starts to do the same in Bangladesh, India is going to get very nervous. Has there been a formal