23 Burst results for "Chadha"

"chadha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 6 months ago

"chadha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Director Janet chadha I began by asking judge it how bad he thinks it's actually going to be for Brits in the coming months We're terribly worried about consumers at the lower income level whose wages have started along for the last decade or so and they're going to be hit by another inflation shock We think while there is some upward pressure on rages there's not a lot of scope for people who rely on solely their wages for income To see a material increase in their living standards over the next couple of years It is a great concern in the economy more broadly though There will be growth and we don't see inflation running completely out of control but there is this medium term and long-term concern that you and I have spoken about many times before We don't seem to be able to get into a higher growth equilibrium of video such as world in which we're just growing at two to two and a half percent a year Which was our more like our historical norm We've started and split it along at these low growth rates And they typically affect the poorer households in the way that we've outlined in the review in the outlook And so the kind of government idea is a high wage high productivity economy leveling up In using the phrases that we've all heard so many times from the government But I want to put that perspective You also concerned that isn't happening that there's going to be rising inequality significant rising inequality Absolutely We don't particularly like the phrase leveling up I think it's an objective position to talk about things leveling and then moving up as well It's not crazy It's the regional regeneration I think it's much better way of thinking about the problem We clearly have centers of excellence international excellence throughout the country and good example is the way Scotland Edinburgh has gone in the last ten or 15 years developing regional recognition or development recognition centers of international expertise in the financial sector And that helps support wages there as well as local demand to service people on higher salaries in that area Clearly we have it in the city absolutely obvious coming into your offices and wandering around We can see that there's a center of excellence around the City of London But we have too far far too few of them around the country We don't have them in places we are not that many in the northwest northern northeast or the southeast Outside the southeast And that seems to me the strategy the government needs to be very clear about how do we get internationally competitive firms cited on a persistent basis around the country that can raise the level of local demand in that country and create stable and robust jobs further down the skills ladder to people who want to live there That's the process but what's missing I think in the dialog we have in the public domain Is that this can not be done in one budget or spending around it It got to be something that's pursued over over a decade or more And I think that's the thing that businesses need Is that sensitive direction that will pursue We see that in Germany in the lander We see it in many states in the United States as well where it's something that can be done locally year after year decade after decade So that was jacked it chatter director of the think techniques are speaking to me earlier this morning They see a December in June rate rise from the Bank of England We get Q three UK GDP figures tomorrow will break them on Bloomberg radio Okay for the latest in global news here is the Bloomberg sea and pots you want it Monty Tom U.S. president Joe Biden and his Chinese cardstock as Xi Jinping are to hold a virtual summit next week It comes with the two nations spa over Taiwan and alarm grows in Washington over Beijing's expanding nuclear arsenal Bloomberg's head Baxter reports Sources say they're still negotiating on several things and don't expect any solution to major issues but some sort of stabilization of the relationship They do say discussion about consulates in both countries off the table She will be coming out of the Communist Party Plenum expected to have increased power within the party and the country no specific date has been set In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak Europe Elsewhere U.S. lawmakers have visited Taiwan in the move likely to further inflame tensions between Washington and Beijing The Pentagon confirmed the congressional delegation that arrived via military aircraft The defense ministry in Beijing issued a statement strongly condemning the visits which it says interferes with China's internal affairs In France president Emmanuel Macron is encouraging relations to get vaccinated in a televised address just months before the national election Bloomberg's Caroline Conan reports from Paris The situation on the COVID front is not as bad in France as it is in the UK or Germany But the last thing the French president wants is another lockdown in France just 5 months before a presidential election So eminent Macron announced last night that the booster jab or third dose of vaccine will become a condition for people aged over 65 or vulnerable but these televised address was more than just an update on COVID It sounded like a pre campaigns peach In Paris carrying culinary Europe Meanwhile U.S. vice president Kamala Harris is embarking on 5 days of diplomacy in the country as she looks to heal a rift between the U.S. and its oldest ally She's meeting with French president Emmanuel Macron at the elysee palace later today When you use 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take part by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm you and Potts This is Bloomberg Thank you so much You and good morning Let's get these sports.

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Kim & Kanye Recreate Wedding During Concert

Daily Pop

02:11 min | 9 months ago

Kim & Kanye Recreate Wedding During Concert

"You would often. I really love kim's wedding draft as second wedding went down at as donde listening party last night now during the final song of cayenne was greeted by kim in a wedding dress chadha veil covering her face and at the time fans weren't sure if it was actually her but e. news can confirm. It was kim and that belonged siaga gown. Now this for a loop. It did not throw me. You think they're getting back together. I think they've ever separated in the way that we thought that they've separated. I feel like. I've said this a million times this week or maybe on another show. I can't even remember. But i just don't feel i feel like kim and kanye our souls that are going to be linked for the rest of their lives whether they're in a traditional romantic relationship. I feel like they have that gemini libra bond and i. I don't think there's there's no one else for konya and there's gonna be no one else for him. It's really hard to replace those two people in your life. I mean there have such magnitude. I just i don't see it. I don't see it just dissolving into nothing. And this i mean they are. I mean. They know how to get attention. They know how to get press. I mean everyone sick. I saw the he was with a model. Yeah so she whatever arena shake producers. But the thing is that we saw them. We saw photos of them sixteen feet. Apart in france like that could've been a very deficit. nothing about their dynamic between the two of them that we've actually physically seen has been romantic or at all sexual. I dunno if i get no private jet with the mansa france. I'm definitely gonna showing my ugly. But i feel like they're in that fashion world together. They're both like ricardo tradition. No i'm definitely if i'm not listening would say something that was going on. I think would kim chi or doing here is konya. Did him the favor through audible. When kardashians i started he would come on the show he would make an appearance. He would show his love for her. Now she's doing the same thing. She's returning the favor years later. This is kinda sorta like christina hack. Entire mussa can't stand in a room with each other but what they understand. Is the branding and the bigger

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"chadha" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

04:59 min | 9 months ago

"chadha" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"Brad is on twitter at noisy hobos and we love having him here on you better. You bet brad. Happy football friday. It's nick and can hear you better. You bet bet you l. What's going Let's make some cash money. Nine the preseason. Because i need something to do this evening. Then please by all means if you would like to start their laid on us. I mean they can spend brad. We spent like so much time on the show going over. Every preseason game this. I mean really like a creek like an hour show spent like i spent like two hours this morning. Things like or smith falcon start like starting quarterback disease absolutely out just completely raised. So i mean yeah. Lay it on us like we can start with. Tonight's games if you want to do saturday separately with so many games going on to you. Do you have anything tonight. Specifically bred for the people. Of course i. Do you know what i find. Tonight is the total in the kansas city arizona game because it is estrin omically high by preseason standards in normally preseason total and the thirty five thirty eight range never never like in a blue moon. Do you see creep over. Forty but word forty-one tonight guys and i find a little bizarre now i know. Eighty read is come out. And said hey. Our starters could play the entire first half but he wasn't definitive about that. I'd be shocked at patrick. Mahomes play any more than maybe you know. Two or three series in the game tonight and caliber is already come out and said he's like man the three season who cares like i don't really care about it. you know. my coach is gonna make me play but it sounds like he's gonna put half ass effort and everything so in terms everybody else disorders across the board fair zona. It's anyone's best gas. How much action. How many stamps. It really gonna see. So i think forty one is extraordinarily high total unless you believe in the power of colt mccoy and chadha henny then by all means bet that over. But i'm gonna take the under on that..

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"chadha" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

02:08 min | 11 months ago

"chadha" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

"End starters. And i think that's what you're hoping. But they've on mitchell in so if those guys around to i think probably make sense david mitchell around to which might sound higher spot before this season. He wasn't even like a top hundred prospect is. Is there any argument to make here with mitchell. That the fact that there was a three headed experienced back court with mossy teague and jared butler That that devalued some of the impact that that mitchell could have on offense that you know he wasn't expected to be the guy to go out and create. they had three weapons they. They used all of them fairly equally and in fact really he was probably the third scoring weapon On baylor that that if he had been on a team that didn't have this high level of guards. Three elite guards viewed played on. Let's say usc for example that this would this would look different for him. I don't think so because he just doesn't look natural off the dribble. And if you are a natural ball handler. Nec still can create just based on equipped i but i think also in certain ways that makes life easier because he's not meant to really carry an offense in having to other guys you can really handle and shoot. Well that's gonna make life easier for him certain ways to so in some ways. I think it was kind of the ideal situation for him all right. He's dean democracy at dean on draft dot com. You can go over there and read all of his analysis One of the things. I love about dean is. He's not afraid to go after the consensus all of his arguments are well reasoned. He's got statistical proof that the backup point of view. I've really enjoyed checking out his website. You should check it out to dean on. Draft dot com dean. Thanks so much for coming on the show. A picture of me. Chadha great time when alert our listeners. That next week the ultimate mock draft two thousand and twenty one presented by locked on an odyssey. it's featuring analysis from me as well as odyssey experts. Brian scalp brainy and former general manager..

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"chadha" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"chadha" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"I'm. I don't want to be precise and say that that it has to be from a seven and it's it's it's a matter from from government but at the earlier end of secondary school not i had one one parent. I spoke to said that that to school had entered Was doing the senior eleven. That's clearly to eight. I think. I think i think earlier. I mean if you hear about paul nine hundred sixteen nowadays extremely light and what you've just described the landscape or anyone who's got anything to do with young people said that this this this is something at the early under prime school obviously the adolescents. I'm puberty adolescence. Kick around that eleven. Twelve thirty thirty eight so that You really need to stop talking about eastern. it's always wants to get in ahead of pornography. Don't you to to start your hook healthy relationships and the boundaries of acceptable behavior before young people start experimenting for themselves rather than after. If you're just joining us. I am with the chief inspector of state which is england. Schools watchdog. Amanda spillman is safe to say inspectors not always teaches favorite people. It's safe to say that you're now going to include having done this report this elements of safeguarding and changing culture. As part of what you mark school zone we have always included all the different aspects of bullying. Hey babe behavior problems in safeguarding our inspections but what we what we started doing from from twenty from twenty twenty seventeen was strengthening inspectors. Training introducing specific requirements tha to six schools about reports a sexual harassment violence. And what we're doing in the light of this is strengthen the expectation inspectors to really push on this one because one of the things that came out of introducing requirement to oscar for this ahead of inspection was discovered. Anyway i think six percent of schools gave us anything in response to that request. Nearly half the others. I'm gave us a new return. Essentially saying we haven't had any so comparing this with with what we hear from young people. It says the this point about so much. Not getting reported is desperately important here and we went into this sunday..

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Digging Up The Past!

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Digging Up The Past!

"Are Adventure. Time begins with our hero. The world's most brilliant scientists Dr Floyd currently on the bridge of his time and space ship along with his young protege Dr Grant and their faithful robot companionship's on them are currently hurtling at full speed through the time space stream doing gypsy. Conducted fever ship with us. Excellent so we're finally going to do it. Dr Floyd we're finally going to capture Dr Steven Fisher a Dr Grant will harpooned under Stephen fidget ship and told them back to the present and bring them to justice. That's fantastic. Dr Floyd. High. Target. Target. Nothing's GonNa stop us now. Oh hang on the phone ring what Dr? Fluid nobody's got the remember our time and space entering the. Race, we can't just let it ring. You Cook Meat Important Call. Yes. So Dr Floyd chips, you better power down the Harpoon and the dramatic music. Oh. Come home. Well, right in the middle or something and besides I told you that we can't puppy Mr Beauty Jen's anymore. Well then why do you need us to come home? And See. We'll be right there mom. Okay by. Chips said, of course for Settle River. City. My mom tells present day. Dr Floyd. What is your mom? Okay. She's she's find out degree. Then what's the matter? He's backed actor he's come back after all these years I'm not following who has come back Dr Floyd may my father? Dr Floyd's father has returned where is he? Why has he been gone so long and why haven't we heard about him before these we'll have to wait for later as it's now time to see what that low down Lone Light Dr Steve, and he's sunk shape assistant featured are doing their own time and space shift step on it fidget there right behind us. You do know what they'll do if they catch us right. They're going to bring us the justice. Will I do want to be brought to justice? Could you imagine how boring it would be to be stuck in Oklahoma? There'd be nothing to do. Justice Oklahoma the population there is only like thirteen hundred at last count each boredom city. Enough Chadha keepdriving. We've. Got To escape. What do you mean? We have escaped. They've stopped following us. We'll where. They made a time jump back to settle river. Well. How Rude Is Rude fidget, and very disrespectful I'm his odgen Nemesis for Pete's sake he supposed to never give up trying to bring me Justice Oklahoma. This ship around fidget. Yes, I know if they on following us, we're free to go anywhere we want but that's not what we're going to do. We're going to follow them back to settle river and make duck Lloyd pay dearly for giving up the chase chairman Dr. Steven turn around to head back to celebrate our city. We now join our heroes who are just parking their time and space ship in the driveway of thirty-seven Pablo Avenue Subtle, river city, the ancestral home of the Floyd family okay we landed. On now, how come you've never talked about your father before Dr Floyd what's to talk about? He's my dad. Years, where was he? He's a world famous archaeologist and he's always off exploring the world for lost ancient cities. I can be. Kinda to but not so much in that we get sued for copyright infringement or anything I. Don't understand why you wouldn't talk about him more I mean if I knew my dad and he was as cool as your dad sounds I talk about him all the time. Sure. Huge. Amazing. All right He. was always out traveling the world picking through dirt or giving lectures at museums. No time to read with his young son no time to be there when his young son wins is first blue ribbon at the kindergarten science. Fair she I'm sorry Dr Floyd. Floyd. No I'm sorry. East that gave you your sense of adventure and so on. TV Exploration. Well, we'd better go in or mom we'll be out here banging on the side of the ship soon, heroes are walking up to the front door, the Floyd family home what will Dr Floyd's father be like we'll Dr Floyd able to work out his differences with his father, and we'll Steve Ever learned that there was actually another type of justice that he could be brought to. All right Mr. Narrator that justice in Illinois to that sounds worse than being Oklahoma find out next time on the radio adventures of duct. Lloyd.

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"chadha" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"chadha" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"I, don't know what's going to happen you know. It's an interesting thing. AC- The future of the show go on without the era, the house originator, I think it would be unfair and I think they should keep the name repulsed drag race. Even Paul does decide to leave the show. I don't know if they'll be able to. Say I own fifty one percent of this company and you use my name. Well, you know. What would it just be drag race, right? It's not the same. rupaul add so much. Please resolve your if you're listening out there, reach out to somebody. Somebody Trust, and talk about these things and please put a contestant on the show that has breasts. Or or put you know put people that are different than what you've been putting in past experiment. It's okay to. Play a little with the show's format. You know have fun. Don't forget why you did this in the first place I'd said that to L. Fuck things up, right. What say that to to report I would say that to Madonna poor, Madonna we we went to see her. Madame X tour when it came here to Chicago and I thought, it was a beautiful combination of a lifetime of a person who dedicated their career and their life very successfully to give attention to lgbt people across the world to people of Color to let Latin American and Latin Global Pan Latin culture. And to music, and it was just a wonderful show and it didn't even feel like. A Madonna show and felt like a celebration of well, he's. Was In, dot as like Nadia Ginsburg who's GonNa Guess to this podcast? Does a phenomenal job of imitating Madonna and Cher when a rider and whatnot. And so it was you know because it was her quirky sides. She wanted to show a bit of a cabaret show a little bit of a pop princess show. But also you know that she's still got it and she has artistic chops and that that she's an artist who wants to shake things up, 'cause the power of the artist is to disturbed things and boy has she been disturbing things in quarantine. We started to see Madonna's struggling with her her knees or hips. Chancellor Tour Chadha counselor tour, and she's not she. I'm sure as a dancer I in a musician second. For somebody WHO's body is giving out or challenging them. As, somebody who myself struggles with my own body. With, chronic back problems, it is so debilitating and so depressing and frustrating, and you just have to reach deep inside and got a lot of ice packs on your body. To just overcome this stuff and I can imagine that someone in Madonna shoes, who's feeling so much pressure to perform to be out there. To be in this situation is a mind funding..

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"chadha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The band is called Syriana it is led by the Syrian condo in or sit there player of doula Chadha and the London based guitarist and bass player Nick page and big band at times that's kind of got a big sound to it of sort of classical Arabic pop sound all already is the name of it from Syriana's record road to Damascus prior to that we heard the Syrians the Franco Syrian singer and composer Ovid oz Reay and the song from his album called R. Ahmad the only one of his many records to have been released here in the U. S. the song is called the soup to the breeze and at the beginning of the SAT we heard again this instrument known as the condom played by Maya Youssef rare female performer on this traditional classical instrument of of the Near East and from her album called Syrian dreams we heard a piece called bombs turned into roses most heartbreakingly optimistic title from Maya Youssef and her ensemble we're hearing music new music from Syria from Syrian musicians most of whom now live in exile outside of their native land and still to come we have electronic music orchestral music improvised music all written and played by musicians from Syria so stay with us I'm John Schaefer and you're listening to new sounds your outpouring of generosity during hours shortened spring pledge drive validates the hard work we do every day the W. NYC news I'm Cindy.

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"chadha" Discussed on Docs Dial Reps Podcast

Docs Dial Reps Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on Docs Dial Reps Podcast

"Moment please stay home. Good advice before we let you go. What are the main things that you want to have? People remember from our conversation today in the main thing. I want people to remember if they're just stay at home and I noted this hard especially when you're young if vibrating docker to get sick them over nineteen maybe going to be a little. Bit Of Cauca Davis Fever in flats on easy to thank you. I've been able the please. There are patients who are immuno-compromised ed. There are patients who are sixty sixty five and older and there are people were diabetes heart disease and rock disease. And even. If you don't get fixed you could infect other people and make them so severely ill that they end up in an ICU on a ventilator or pass away so I think that's the the most important thing to say is that we are a family as Americans and to help each other out and if you don't need to go out. They hold on exercising home. Legs Cook some good food. Have a glass of wine with the help of one last question before I let you go. The information about our situation with with the pandemic seems to be changing really rapidly. Is there a place that you could recommend? People go to get the latest information so that they can stay updated and stay away from a lot of the chatter and misinformation that may be going around obsolete. It's ABC is one fight and they updated every single day multiple times a day. So I think that. That's the most accurate at the rotator and up-to-date way to get information. Cdc DOT works perfect. Dr Paulie Shaw. Thank you for joining us today. On the DOCK STYLE REPS. Podcast.

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"chadha" Discussed on Docs Dial Reps Podcast

Docs Dial Reps Podcast

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on Docs Dial Reps Podcast

"Episode of the Dock Sale Reps podcast. I'm nate darling. Joining us today is Dr Polly. Todd how Dr Chato. How're you thank you for joining us on the dock style? Rep spot gassed. I'm doing well. Thank you for having me so just a letter audience. Know where are you based in Newport? Beach California sounds like a great place to be so let. Let's get right to. The topic is at the forefront of everyone's mind the corona virus or Cova nineteen for anyone unaware of it. What is it and what makes it different than say the flu or any of the other viruses that are floating around for living mentioned it the virus just like the flu maybe but it is particulary Unique virus and that it is not a human to human virus it actually I originated originated in Amel and then has been transferred over to a Cuban makes it unique are pretty much three features. Their first one is that It is much more infectious than the sloth so infectious basically means you eight. One person gets sick being too many many more people then they flew Other unique differences are the symptoms that you experienced Sh- flu you get Malays get chills and US develop a fever and all of that with Krona virus a lot of people don't have chills body aches raves. They will just develop a fever answer. The presentation is different in Bosley and most alarming unfortunately is at Corona virus and leads to more deaths than the flu so it is a much more serious virus in that if the Klay Leads to rapid deterioration in a certain direction population. Which is what we're looking out for right. Now what is what are the best practices that people can employ to stay safe from the corona virus for the number? One thing is to wash your hands so just open. Water for twenty seconds is good enough. Many people are very concerned about not having him fantasizes about their verdict. But yet sanitizer is really useful. When you don't have those and water for pumping gas but other than that. Both people can quickly get through his gang. So is your hall Roy Alerts and that's all really leads to keep yourself safe The other main important practice if to say that's from as much as possible directors translated just like the fluid grew droplets in the air or the virus live and then gets onto their food for your hands and then into your body if you keep away from people that will help a lot because he will. You've been around the virus begin. Wrap things hand washing and keep away from other people now. What are the most common symptoms? What are the things that people should look out for for themselves and others? Despite the corona virus so car viruses. You mean can that is produced. They rely cough and high fever. And those are the two main symptoms that people get before they develop shortness of breath which kind of indicates that the virus leading the upper respiratory track down to the lower respiratory tract. Getting more serious now You know those are the main things but I want to add if say that many people don't have been them They they have a mild course not have any symptoms to speak of but there is still contagious. They still have the virus. So that's why again this cracker says keeping yourselves. This is why gardening restaurants are. She gave it out so that we can keep an separation from other If we don't have some better for him to our grandma she that risk and there you go now she's going to have the symptoms but if you do develop a dry cough and high fever It would be a good time to call your physician and we're advising people not to flood the emergency room unless they're really big Simply because of restarted the that we have available and also because we don't want you become petri dishes where everyone catches it from each other. Now we've heard a great deal about social distancing. Let's talk a little bit about why that is so important to help. Contain the spread of the virus. Even if you're not sick right now a great question because a lot of people are questioning ninety shelter system richly forty six percents from other people as well as Dana. Home as much of your chance that if your employer. Can you know work from home? That doesn't mean that it's time to go to the pool or and it's time for day at all and the reason is think of What happened or toilet paper? So everybody needed to be a writer. They thought they can get with you and they all went to the store and all the toilet paper. Now it's gone. It's not that we don't have enough vote paper for all Americans immediate post as people running to the store and Brad and quicker. Diminish that availability. The same thing happens in healthcare. There are only so many hospital emergency rooms and reportedly physicians. The nurses take care of you. So if we're all out and about and where the highly contagious virus and we're rolling then are there that it'd be over fled the country and unfortunately with fire he found people will require health and breeding is developed developed acute respiratory distress syndrome. So that there's a big concern if you've been her you quote flat in the cars and I'm sure there will start to that heard of that term and that basically just needs that if you said on your contact people are GonNa get sick at a lower rates so that way will have enough urgency where doctors there's ICU mental later available country rather than all at one. Well put now as a doctor. You and the other. Healthcare workers are on the frontline of treating patients. What are some of the challenges that you're facing right now and also? What are you preparing for moving forward? I think the biggest challenge for us right now If we have to be there they were going to be exposed. We need P which is personal protective equipment and we don't have enough available Part of the issue was that a Lotta people went out and bought the and ninety five mask or the burden from the hospital and took them home. That's part of the part of the problem. The other problem and supply chain issue which has more to do with how Little Matt in our healthcare industry get products to us and we'll kind of shortages they create though not to get into that whole rabbit hole. But we don't have enough personal protective equipment that the challenge will see he also as I mentioned if that curve goven. We're just not going to be. There's not enough arrest accused of our view on the other side of that. How have you seen an uptick in healthcare workers? Coming Down with this there is there has to talk that. Healthcare workers are getting thicker. But the big the big caveat in all of those that don't have the amount of testing we need available just yet Our government and even gift from other governments are trying to help prepare for that that we can test people Got One or two issues but The other concern is that there is a hypothesis that the longer exposure you have Hugh Cronin virus and more L. You can become now. There's no data at the point. This is just something that Healthcare workers and Italy observed that their doctors and nurses were back at a higher rate or a more severely sick at this is all just observational right now. We don't really know the big thing with this virus that I've heard is. It's so new that like you said we don't really know what to expect yet and everybody is just sort of learning from the last country where it became a problem as it sort of domino walking around the world. That very true. But I'll you know that's why it's better to be safe than sorry has wouldn't you rather look back and say? Oh Valley so overreacted. And we'll have to stay home for two weeks and watch ethics. Oh what about our business and align people died so you know? Look at the two alternatives. I think You know I know. People are concerned about the economic and financial impact of danger and not working especially in people especially in people who cannot work from home. And you're GONNA have to just basically take a pay cut But still are Tempe lives. It is right now. I'm a prudent to kick more extreme measure. And but like I said better safe than sorry at this point. No turning two reps in particular understand still being called into work. What can a surgical wrap? Who still supporting hospitals going into surgery due to help. Keep everyone safe. If you are fair can you have her call out? And I know that that's not easy to do but we might do that. That is our moral duty to other human. But if I felt care for ourselves before Gary Loud please stay at home and she you have to go in and you don't have a fever you just have to go and because it's your job Practice good hand washing keep as much distance from people as possible and ready five. Now if you care things like that working now. Is there anything that you'd like to say? In particular to companies that employ the reps about the pandemic the pandemic situation that we're in now. Yeah if your employees are not immediately needed to save lives in hospital. Please let them stay home. And I can't emphasize that enough the only people that you'd be working right now. Our first responders like firemen and police the other half of first responders or health care professional. The doctor's visit their employees staff like respiratory therapists who are obviously very needed and by now And then ACACIA and other fees that government action if you are not required to keep the world turning around at the.

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"chadha" Discussed on Docs Dial Reps Podcast

Docs Dial Reps Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on Docs Dial Reps Podcast

"Take more extreme measure and but like I said better safe than sorry at this point. No turning two reps in particular. I understand. They're still being called into work. What can a surgical wrap? Who's still supporting hospitals going into surgery due to help keep everyone safe mark? You aren't fair in your advocacy. Hurt call outs and I know that that's not easy to do. But we do that. That is our Moral duty to other humans but if we're sick and also good self care for ourselves before arguing. Well please stay at home and you have to go in and you don't have a fever and just have to go and because it's your job Practice good hand washing machine keep as much distance from people as possible implant. Ninety five mask if you can things like that will definitely help now. Is there anything that you'd like to say? In particular to companies that employ the raps about the pandemic the pandemic situation that we're in now. Yeah if if your employees are not immediately needed to save lives in hospital. Please let them stay home. And I can't emphasize that enough. The only people in should be working right now. Our first responders like firemen and police the other half of first responders or health care professionals. The doctor's visit the employees staff like respiratory therapists were obviously very needed and by now And and other basic government option if you are not required to keep the world turning around at the moment please stay home. Could advice now before we let you go. What are the main things that you want to have? People remember from our conversation today in the main thing. I want people to remember the day at hard at. I know that this is hard especially when you're young vibrant and you're going to get sick from Kobe. Nineteen maybe going to be a little bit of a car. Dave a fever inflammation e Vita. Thank your and the ball. The please there are patients who are immuno-compromised. There are patients who are sixty sixty five and older and there are people with diabetes heart disease and lung disease. And even if you don't get fixed you could infect other people and make them so severely ill that the end up in an ICU on a ventilator or pass away so I think that's the the most important thing to say that we are a family as Americans and to help each other L. at if you don't need to go out day home exercise at home Rochford. Athletics Cook some good food. Have a glass of wine with the Hell. One last question before I let you go. The information about our situation with with the pandemic seems to be changing really really rapidly. Is there a place that you could recommend? People go to get the latest information so that they can stay updated and stay away from a lot of the chatter and misinformation that may be going around articulated. Cdc's website and updated every single day multiple times a day. So I think that that's the most accurate authoritative and up-to-date play to get information dot. Org Perfect Dr Repel each other. Thank you for joining us today. On the dock style reps podcast including geographically life spine is focused on providing innovative solutions to address. Spinal pathology are comprehensive product portfolio centers around fusion and minimally invasive surgeries and is driven by patient and surgeon needs. We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for patients by increasing procedural efficacy and efficiency through innovative designs uncompromising quality standards and the most technologically advanced manufacturing platforms for more information about distributing our products and sales training programs. Please email Shawmut at Oem. Surgical SOLUTIONS DOT COM that show. Mitt S. H. O. M. I. T. at O. M. SURGICAL SOLUTIONS DOT.

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"chadha" Discussed on Docs Dial Reps Podcast

Docs Dial Reps Podcast

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on Docs Dial Reps Podcast

"I'm doing well. Thank you for having me so just to let our audience know. Where are you based variety in Newport? Beach California sounds like a great place to be So let's get right to the topic that's at the forefront of everyone's mind the corona virus or cove nineteen for anyone unaware of it. Why is it and what makes it different than say the flu or any of the other viruses that are floating around for you mentioned it the virus just like the flu maybe but it is a particularly Unique virus and that it is not a human to human virus it actually. I originated originated. Amel and then I've been transferred over to Cuban. What makes it unique? Are Pretty much three features? The first one is that It is much more infectious than the flows so infectious basically means eight. One person gets sick Gingrich. Many many more people than data flew Other unique differences are the symptoms that you experience the flu Lou. You get Malays get shells and you develop a fever. And all of that with Corona virus. People don't have chills body aches. Malays it will just develop achiever into the presentation is different in. Bosley and most alarming unfortunately is at the corona virus on leads to more deaths than the flu. So it is a much more serious virus that if the way Leads to rapid deterioration in a certain patient population. Which is what we're looking out for right now. What is what are the best practices that people can employ stay safe from the corona virus? The number one thing is to wash your hands so just open. Water for twenty seconds is good enough. Many people are very concerned about not having had that. There's a verdict but hand sanitizer it really useful which don't have been water for example winger puppy gapped but other than that. Both people can quickly get through banking. So is Your Hall Roy. Orange and that's really BA- keep yourself safe The other main brackets if to say separated from people as much as possible. The virus is transmitted just like the fluid grew droplets in the air or the virus. Live and then get onto those those for your hands and then into your body so if you keep away from people that will help a lot because you walk around the virus the beginning this is the two things hand washing and keep away from other people now. What are the most common symptoms? What are the things that people should look out for for themselves and others to spot? The Corona virus their car viruses immed- IT PRODUCER. Viduthalai costs and high fever. And those are the two main symptom that people get before they develop shortness of breath which kind of indicates that the viruses leading the upper respiratory track down to the lower respiratory tract and getting more serious now You know those are the main things but I wanna add. Say That many people don't have there's been done They have an loud chorus and not have any symptoms to speak of. But there is still contagious. They still have the virus. So that's why again this cracker says keeping yourselves. This is why our guardsmen restaurants are out that we can keep some separation from each other If we don't have been read all for him to our grandma she is at risk. And there you go now. She's going to have the symptoms. But if you do develop a dry cough and high fever It would be a good time to call your physician and we're advising people not to flood the emergency room unless they're really big Simply because of resources that we have available and also because we don't want yours become petri dishes where everyone is catches it from each other. Now we've heard a great deal about social distancing. Let's talk a little bit about why that is so important to help. Contain the spread of the virus. Even if you're not sick right now it's a great question because a lot of people are Crushing University of Shelter System which is forty six percents from other people as well as Dana. Home as much of your chance if your employer that can work from home. That doesn't mean that it's time to go to the pool color and it's time for stay at all and the reason is you know. Think of What happened with toilet paper so everybody needed to be bright or they thought they get toilet paper and they all went to the store and they all the toilet paper. Now it's gone. It's not that we don't have enough votes. They prefer all Americans effects that immediate post people running to the store and Diminish that availability. Same thing happens in healthcare. They're only so many hospital emergency room and reportedly physicians and nurses to take care of you. So if we're all out and Abou- and R- highly contagious buyer and we're willing Willie. Then our premiums that it'd be over flooded really have ventilators the country and unfortunately with this virus some people will require health and breeding is developed developed acute respiratory syndrome. So that you know big concerns. If you said you quote flatten the cutters. And I'm sure there will start to that heard of that term and that basically just need that. If you said on your limit your contact people are GonNa get sick at a slower rates. Go that way will have an emergency where DR versus an ICU. Ventilator available flow. Get RATHER THAN ALL AT ONE. Well put now as a doctor. You and the other healthcare workers are on the front line of treating patients. What are some of the challenges that you're facing right now and also? What are you preparing for moving forward in your your challenge for us right now If we have to be there they were going to be exposed. We need PD which is personal protective equipment and we don't have enough available Part of the issue is that a lot of people went out and bought the end. Ninety five mask or the glory with them from the hospital and took them home. That's part of the part of the problem. The other problem supply chain issue which had more to do with how little met in our healthcare industry get products to us and what kind of shortages they create. So you're not to get into that whole rabbit hole but we don't have enough personal protective equipment that the challenge Lucy. He'd also as I mentioned if that curve dozen flattened. We're just not going to be. There's going to be enough of US care of our view on the other side of that. How have you seen an uptick in healthcare workers? Coming Down with this so there isn't there has been talk. That healthcare workers are getting thicker. But the the big big caveat in all of this is that we don't have the amount of testing we need available just yet Our government and events gift from other governments are trying to help prepare for that so that we can tax people That one of the issues but Other conservative that there is a hypothesis that the longer exposure you have cue corona virus and more L. You can become out. There's no data to support. This is just something that Healthcare workers in Italy observed that their doctors and there were eighty six at a higher rate or a more severely fiqh but this is all just observational right now. We don't really know the big thing with this virus that I've heard is. It's so new that like you said we don't really know what to expect yet and everybody is just sort of learning from the last country where it became a problem as dominating around the World Eric. That's very true. Are you know that's why it's better to be safe then? Sorry has would you rather look back and say? Oh Valley so overreacted. We'll have to stay home for two weeks and watch versus. Oh no what about our businesses? Otherwise people died though. When you look at the two alternative I think You know people are concerned about the economic and financial impact of her and not working especially in people especially people who cannot work from home basically take a day cut But still in our lives.

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Dr. Rupali Chadha Reps and the Coronavirus

Docs Dial Reps Podcast

08:29 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Rupali Chadha Reps and the Coronavirus

"Get right to the topic that's at the forefront of everyone's mind the corona virus or cove nineteen for anyone unaware of it. Why is it and what makes it different than say the flu or any of the other viruses that are floating around for you mentioned it the virus just like the flu maybe but it is a particularly Unique virus and that it is not a human to human virus it actually. I originated originated. Amel and then I've been transferred over to Cuban. What makes it unique? Are Pretty much three features? The first one is that It is much more infectious than the flows so infectious basically means eight. One person gets sick Gingrich. Many many more people than data flew Other unique differences are the symptoms that you experience the flu Lou. You get Malays get shells and you develop a fever. And all of that with Corona virus. People don't have chills body aches. Malays it will just develop achiever into the presentation is different in. Bosley and most alarming unfortunately is at the corona virus on leads to more deaths than the flu. So it is a much more serious virus that if the way Leads to rapid deterioration in a certain patient population. Which is what we're looking out for right now. What is what are the best practices that people can employ stay safe from the corona virus? The number one thing is to wash your hands so just open. Water for twenty seconds is good enough. Many people are very concerned about not having had that. There's a verdict but hand sanitizer it really useful which don't have been water for example winger puppy gapped but other than that. Both people can quickly get through banking. So is Your Hall Roy. Orange and that's really BA- keep yourself safe The other main brackets if to say separated from people as much as possible. The virus is transmitted just like the fluid grew droplets in the air or the virus. Live and then get onto those those for your hands and then into your body so if you keep away from people that will help a lot because you walk around the virus the beginning this is the two things hand washing and keep away from other people now. What are the most common symptoms? What are the things that people should look out for for themselves and others to spot? The Corona virus their car viruses immed- IT PRODUCER. Viduthalai costs and high fever. And those are the two main symptom that people get before they develop shortness of breath which kind of indicates that the viruses leading the upper respiratory track down to the lower respiratory tract and getting more serious now You know those are the main things but I wanna add. Say That many people don't have there's been done They have an loud chorus and not have any symptoms to speak of. But there is still contagious. They still have the virus. So that's why again this cracker says keeping yourselves. This is why our guardsmen restaurants are out that we can keep some separation from each other If we don't have been read all for him to our grandma she is at risk. And there you go now. She's going to have the symptoms. But if you do develop a dry cough and high fever It would be a good time to call your physician and we're advising people not to flood the emergency room unless they're really big Simply because of resources that we have available and also because we don't want yours become petri dishes where everyone is catches it from each other. Now we've heard a great deal about social distancing. Let's talk a little bit about why that is so important to help. Contain the spread of the virus. Even if you're not sick right now it's a great question because a lot of people are Crushing University of Shelter System which is forty six percents from other people as well as Dana. Home as much of your chance if your employer that can work from home. That doesn't mean that it's time to go to the pool color and it's time for stay at all and the reason is you know. Think of What happened with toilet paper so everybody needed to be bright or they thought they get toilet paper and they all went to the store and they all the toilet paper. Now it's gone. It's not that we don't have enough votes. They prefer all Americans effects that immediate post people running to the store and Diminish that availability. Same thing happens in healthcare. They're only so many hospital emergency room and reportedly physicians and nurses to take care of you. So if we're all out and Abou- and R- highly contagious buyer and we're willing Willie. Then our premiums that it'd be over flooded really have ventilators the country and unfortunately with this virus some people will require health and breeding is developed developed acute respiratory syndrome. So that you know big concerns. If you said you quote flatten the cutters. And I'm sure there will start to that heard of that term and that basically just need that. If you said on your limit your contact people are GonNa get sick at a slower rates. Go that way will have an emergency where DR versus an ICU. Ventilator available flow. Get RATHER THAN ALL AT ONE. Well put now as a doctor. You and the other healthcare workers are on the front line of treating patients. What are some of the challenges that you're facing right now and also? What are you preparing for moving forward in your your challenge for us right now If we have to be there they were going to be exposed. We need PD which is personal protective equipment and we don't have enough available Part of the issue is that a lot of people went out and bought the end. Ninety five mask or the glory with them from the hospital and took them home. That's part of the part of the problem. The other problem supply chain issue which had more to do with how little met in our healthcare industry get products to us and what kind of shortages they create. So you're not to get into that whole rabbit hole but we don't have enough personal protective equipment that the challenge Lucy. He'd also as I mentioned if that curve dozen flattened. We're just not going to be. There's going to be enough of US care of our view on the other side of that. How have you seen an uptick in healthcare workers? Coming Down with this so there isn't there has been talk. That healthcare workers are getting thicker. But the the big big caveat in all of this is that we don't have the amount of testing we need available just yet Our government and events gift from other governments are trying to help prepare for that so that we can tax people That one of the issues but Other conservative that there is a hypothesis that the longer exposure you have cue corona virus and more L. You can become out. There's no data to support. This is just something that Healthcare workers in Italy observed that their doctors and there were eighty six at a higher rate or a more severely fiqh but this is all just observational right now. We don't really know the big thing with this virus that I've heard is. It's so new that like you said we don't really know what to expect yet and everybody is just sort of learning from the last country where it became a problem as dominating around the World Eric. That's very true. Are you know that's why it's better to be safe then? Sorry has would you rather look back and say? Oh Valley so overreacted. We'll have to stay home for two weeks and watch versus. Oh no what about our businesses? Otherwise people

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"chadha" Discussed on The Heat

The Heat

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on The Heat

"You live without fear and I want the government and the society to take responsibility. It is not me who has to constantly thing that came. My battery has to be charged. Buses should be save. COMMITTALS should be safe. And I'm out because I don't want to live without fear. India is reckoning the rape problems according to the latest government figures about one hundred sexual assaults are reported each day but many more go unreported because of the social stigma attached to victims the fee issue remains front and center last week. A twenty three year old woman in the state of Uttar Pradesh was set on fire as she traveled to testify against the two accused of raping her. She died from her burns the next day in a separate incident four men accused of rape and murder of twenty seven. All veternarian was shot and killed by police in what many believe was an extrajudicial killing with demonstrations nations throughout the nation public outrage has reached fever pitch and India's women are demanding action. Hello I'm on night. Welcome to the heat. PODCAST in this episode. Assode we feature an interview from the broadcast with Bollywood actress. Richer Chad how. She's been speaking out on the frustrations faced by India's women as they struggle to be heard by law enforcement want the government and culture as a whole which are. Thanks so much for joining us. I thank you for horrific case in India. The most recent case that's being reported report about the woman who was raped and then birded full men were arrested And then the accused were killed by police. And there's been a lot of controversy over vis in India some according to justice others in India saying that it's a travesty of justice. What is your view? I tend to agree with the chief justice of obey. WHO said that? This cannot be the thought that we choose. There is a place but every institution democracy and the police cannot be performing foaming digital of the judiciary in a sense. That absolves the release of Dan Responsibility. Case like this when the woman's family I went to complain. They're addicted psalm. One station to another Omega distinction about which area Decisi this crime happened. Then end the fuss statement to come out the next day from an official said that widened the victim. I called the police. And why did she call the sister. And then after today's Yukio that the Florida keys mated on footage encountered doesn't also point to the fact that there's also a great deal of frustration in India over the way in which the justice system handles cases like this including the man which the police handle this tation trump. Both the police and from the judiciary which is why you see you this support for this quick dispensation of justice among people there was a section of people who said that this was the best thing that could've been down ice see like liberties the minute you ignore the rule of law in favour off fucking sentiment. You're bound to go wrong if we do not follow due process. It's going to be very dangerous. We have seen outrage on the streets of India over this most recent gang rape. You have said that the country is not safe for women. What needs to change? The first thing that needs to change OSCO lost is how we days the children that we have in our country. India is one of those countries where violence against the gun starts in the womb. We have have a high native funeral if you decide and from then on gloves charter schools and often bed. Instead of trade that they were listed assaulted GPD on the re three areas and so on and so forth bust. It comes to conditioning then. Hopefully people understand the importance of following the legal costs of things that needs to be greater greater amount of sex education. I did some readies new. That a shave is sexualize suggestion but it is addition and it is widely towards the theme. Year there's been a lot of coverage over these protests in India. There was one very anxious. Young Girl Oh who was at a recent protest. She was talking about her concerns. Let's listen to sell what you have to say suffering from this every scattered off after tonight often even after nine every every goal is like scared to go out and every parents are thinking that it's a it's a far for good. She's wearing charred. What does this? And it's not that that episode doing this that yours defendant. Debbie is only that yours restrung restrung words give us your sense of the mindset among women and girls in India blend. It isn't that women don't come forward to park art crimes like these to the gentleman sexual crimes is because it is a bobby accustomed victim shaming the often asked why lead was out to lake. What is she bedding? And it was kind of gas gas lighting. That can happen because the last report was about nine month old baby being raped by that were uncovered so I was going to question why that infant choice of clothing was no we have to look at this as an objective issue and we would be foolish to believe the men in India will be foolish to believe that if women get lived on the streets that it's not something that is going to affect them. You're in a recent movie. You played played a prosecutor. The movie was called section three seven five and as a prosecutor you were trying to get justice for a rape victim. How did that role and you? Apart in that movie we inform you about the ongoing problems of ripen into read like. I knew off the shelves before the phone if you're kind of raised in India. There's no way you'll really skip that reality on the road using public transport where you study who you hang out with. It's something you deal with on a daily basis so I don't I don't think that the film added to my knowledge needs substantial ray however it was a stop was over damped and it looked at the section Balkan sent in the Indian constitution attention reach after the horrific twenty briefcase which is populated call. That was a few amendments to that and the the definition of rape was broadened. It's not like the laws are not in place of me. Gap Doesn't exist is just that nothing seems to change Wjr that case that you talk about an India in twenty twelve there were laws that were passed in the aftermath of that case but those laws acted as any kind of deterrent. And I'm On models stand jail I believe they have what forward mercy petition won on his take on his lousy perdition back one was juvenile so nothing happened though. Who to root for the documentary about the same issue you in the key? Saudi claims that it was in fact. Okay actually this is. That was that you've talked about the need for change both was in government and in society in attitudes. That's the big challenge is an Italian accomplish that the government is not something that isolation should the government exists. Because we want these people into our cottage lead ruling power has the ruling regime has a high percentage of people have been either accused or convicted of gender gyns including a former union minister gone. MGM Brush and Emily Brown could lead singer. That is a says started who bulging my own and and there's another guy on this on on right now he's on his on island saw Saami so and I just want to get back to the judicial system again. The court system has been extremely slow to act act against alleged rapists according to one children's rights organization even if there are no abuse cases reported abroad after twenty sixteen it would take the Justice Justice System Twenty years to conclude pending trials again. Why is this not a priority for the state? The answer is our judiciary additionally so clogged up or cases at on finds of dime. I'm surprised you said that the backlog would only be twenty years. Uc only even just that scraping the depth of the ice bone because these are just the number of walking Cases soulmate gases. Go onto bordered both iota. Social Amelioration Lucien the idea of shame that companies initially the word for day in the phrase used for day in. Indy is now not Cortana which needs to beat off the wants dignity to adopt the ones on The honor of the woman in the family and in so many a lower case as sort of gloves unofficial courts. They often insist on the Matting the you know Looking at all these protests across India but what else needs to be done saline society needs to together civil society needs to forge. We want our leaders onto will and ask why. Why are you being salaries? Oh forty percent off your emily's and MP's were sitting in our father meant. How do we expect them to get them in safety when they've been accused array in? Which one does that make sense and it which one is Gong to say? That leap is wrong. Societal attitudes all over the world problematic with this issue. But it's just the next level here and where do you see this go for yourself. What's next for you Do you see yourself entering politics. So would you try to work from the outside. To effect change I would like for our elected representatives resentatives to remember that the elected representatives. And do what needs to be done for all the people without ordinary. That's being citizens. It doesn't like me having to join politics. I don't think I've got out but I wish that the voices citizens and in jail was powerful enough to be good by the people who in fact you have elected whose salary some art of our tax breaks in all. This is something that affects us on an everyday basis. Everything we how we dress when laws in the north of world mortar cons for everything. It's affected by this Richard Shutout. Thanks so much for joining us. The heat is produced by CGT. In America I executive producer is the t h on the senior producer. John Gilmore our guest producer use. It was Messina Wayne. Joshua Barlow and Jeff Most introduced today's podcast and our director of digital development is Michael Sugary once again. I'm on ninety. Thanks for listening. Do you have a comment or question about today's podcast. Send US an email. You can find us at PODCAST AT CGT IN AMERICA DOT Com. And please if you I like. The heat helps spread the word by subscribing rating leaving a comment with your favorite podcast provider..

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Even in Real Life, There Were Screens Between Us

Modern Love

10:23 min | 2 years ago

Even in Real Life, There Were Screens Between Us

"Caitlin Dewey was a senior in college orage when she thought she'd met the man of her dreams and then she decided to spend some time with him in person Isa Ray who recently starred in the movie little reads Caitlyn to his essay even in real life there were screens between us crawled up at the foot of my bed. My face inches from the laptop screen. I stared anxiously at Google. Chatterbox will is typing. The box told me helpfully force myself to read email. I waited for his message. Then I refresh rush my twitter feed scroll through my blog post and began brushing my teeth. Still the box said will is typing. Don't you dare get hurt by this. I met at around my toothpaste. This was a stupid idea and you knew that from the start but recognizing the stupidity of falling for someone on the Internet does not prevent you from doing it. My friends net a college radio. Dj Chats constantly with some music bloggers. She met on Tumbler. My friend to one who lives in Los Angeles days up until after three to talk to his London base girlfriend and I had just driven nearly eleven hundred miles round round trip to visit. Will I guy I met in October at a web journalism conference and got to know almost entirely on skype. I I noticed him across the table at a noisy hotel bar will own thick black frame glasses but no hairbrush comb traits that lent him the look of a basement bound attacker. If you've ever attended an Internet conference you understand how Pale skin thick glasses and scruffy hair can be attractive otherwise I can't explain it to you you in either case I liked wills weirdly overconfidence smirk and his obsession with wordpress he regaled me with the merits of plug ins and PHP until I became tired and went to bed. I'll find you on twitter. I joked when I left. I didn't expect or even want to see will again again after that weekend since he lived three states away further facetime seemed unlikely. I followed his twitter pose with detached curiosity city in January G. Chadha me to complain about work then he got drunk and message me again sometime near midnight as I uploaded photos. There's an otherwise wasted bandwidth with obvious sarcasm he wrote. Do you have that skyping. Kids talk about these days. I I've read that. Ninety percent of human communication is nonverbal skype capture that ninety percent on a low resolution video camera compresses it funnels it to a node computer and reproduces it on a screen anywhere in the world skype eliminates distance. That's why it works and and that's exactly what it did for us with my skype screen open and my Webcam on I. viscerally felt that will was sitting a food away on my bed. Ignoring The Times the picture froze or his voice cut out. I thought he looked in sound exactly like he did in person sometimes times when he leaned into the computer to read an article I'd sent him. I could see the pores on his face. We started video chatting for hours every night. Uh He from an ascetic all white bedroom me from the cupcake print corner of my studio apartment I learned that he ate takeout for every meal and slept a series of identical White v Neck t shirts and smart with one side of his mouth. When I said something clever I knew his preferred coding languages his least favourite content management system and his general hatred dancing small talk and girls in bars one one night when we talk too late I fell asleep with my laptop open and woke up seven hours later tangled in cords and he was still there asleep been the light from an open window paling young and pixellated eventually he stirred link at the camera and said Hey you. Hey I said easily. How did you sleep as the weeks went on. I told you about my last boyfriend. Agai admit in psychology class and dated for almost two years. He listened quietly his glasses reflecting my image each from a computer and gave good clear advice about letting go. I can't remember the last time I met somebody that smart and talented in ways. I certainly certainly wasn't he told me about his ex girlfriend who never appreciated his work and I texted him from classes. When I was frustrated or bored in the safety of my apartment I could see well but I can touch him. I could summon him when I wanted to talk but I never knew him in any light of in the one from his bedside lamp. This phenomenon worked in my favor as well. You know I could call him after a few drinks thanks when I felt sufficiently talkative and social I could avoid him. If I had videos to edit or blog post to write I can say whatever I wanted and risk awkwardness renews because at the end of the conversation one click of the mouse would shut him out of my room. The irony is that we flocked to the Internet for this type of safe sanitized intimacy but we want something entirely different in real life or irl is a popular term online parlance at Internet at conferences like the one where I met will twitter exploded with people celebrating Iro meetings. Oh so nice to finally see at so-and-so. Iro If so and so. I can't believe we hadn't met IRL yet. The Internet brings these people together with Hashtags and message boards but it it never satisfies them. No matter how much you love someone's blog or twitter feed it isn't there post you actually want and so so slowly cautiously will and I began circling the question of what it all meant. I really like you. He said one nine after getting home from the bar. I really like you too. I said I don't know what that means. I I wanted to find out so in early. March I rented a car begged my professor presser to let me out of Class A day early and drove five hundred forty miles to spend a long weekend in the mid sized city where we'll when I got closed closed. I called my friend to stop where I fix my makeup and Chew Gum and generally tried to calm down. Whatever it's terrible I demanded what if he's nothing nothing like I expect in fact we're was almost exactly as I expected them. Lips straight knows ooh small. Hayes allies classes. He stood waiting at the side of the street while I parked my car going forward and back four no word back until I nervously got within two feet of the curve. We kissed on the cold blustery sidewalk as the win with my thoughts around mostly. I felt relieved. I thought this works in real life. It's means something but after we kissed eight pizza and went back to his house we struggled for things to talk about in real life will start off off it nothing while we talked in real life. He had no questions about the drive or my work or the stuff that waited for me. When I went back to school. He took me out for dinner and read his email. While we waited for our food he apologized profusely but still checked his websites traffic stats while we sat in his living room mm-hmm he took me to a party at his friend's house where they proceeded to argue for hours about web design while I sat on a futons tonic stared at the ceiling drunken board and terribly concerned that I look thinner online at points. He grabbed my hand and gave me a small apologetic. Smiles seemed like a strategy game a constant dance of reaching for me and pulling back of intimacy and distance a real life and internet make believe on the last day of my visit will overslept. He rushed around around the apartment with his hair. Wet Tie tied looking for his laptop. According to the plan we made the night before he would go to work and I would leave when it suited me dropping his spare keys in the mailbox in the front hallway where I stood rubbing. My eyes will hug me goodbye and told me to drive safely. He struggled for a closing statement. It was great to see you he said at last I didn't leave right away after I showered packed and studied the books nearest fireplace a set for a long time at his kitchen counter trying to work out what happened. I didn't like being surrounded by his things. I I felt more comfortable in my room with my things and with his presence confined to a laptop screen. I wrote him a note before I left. Dear will thank you so much for having me this weekend to spend time with you. In Person I signed my name left on the counter. Then willing myself not to cry. I dropped his keys in the mailbox walks and gundy home

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Rare total solar eclipse in Chile

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Rare total solar eclipse in Chile

"Chile and argentina of just experienced a spectacular sunsets solar eclipse and from astronomical point of view who's even better with a passive ted tallahassee crossing almost directly above the european southern observatory ciller observatory in chile and it also passed close to the central bona series in argentina a solar eclipse occurs when he passes through a shadow cast by the moon which fully partially blocks or cults the sun this only happened when the sun moon as nearly aligned on the straight line in three dimensions joining in human when the moon is close to clip diko plane ecliptic if the plane upon which the us it's the sun you other important thing is that right now in our solar system history some distance from us is that four hundred times the moon's distance from us and the sons diameter just happens to be four hundred times that the moon because these ratios are approximately the same the sun and the moon a scene from a paid be approximately the same size about half a degree of a in a measure in a total eclipse the disc of the sun is fully obscured by the moon of course if the moon were in a perfectly secular robust end on the same overlook plan is yes then they'd be total solar eclipse this every new moon however since the millions over these tilted mold and five degrees today us open around the sun chadha usually mrs yes the thing is it the moon's orbit around the earth is also slot elliptical so its distance from there is an because of its orbit around the sun is also the nickel its distance from the sun similarly ferry throughout the year now this affects their parents as the sun in the same way but not as much as it does the moon's wearing distance from the f when the mood approaches effigy it's the distance from the earth and of course that happened this month a total eclipse some more likely whereas conditions favor in an uber eclipse when earth approaches parrot you closest distance to the sun you know january what this means is that the good citizens of argentina and chile wherever the sit back relax and enjoy an evening

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"chadha" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on KTRH

"As we normally do every week, courtesy of executive producer. Chadha. Coney nakanishi. Hey, y'all wanna see my area, the cat food get out of there? President has announced an agreement with Mexico deal with Mexico that promises a crackdown on legal immigration, Mexico will deploy national guard throughout the country focusing on its southern border for six thousand troops will be placed. This is a major win for Donald Trump. And he's racking among measure raising the smoking age from eighteen to twenty one now has the governor's signature raises the age that people can purchase and consume cigarettes, e cigarettes, aunts have back. Oh, products from eighteen to twenty one with the exception of active duty, military understand. Some people are gonna say, well, we got paid for by healthcare. So we all we're not, not that you do nothing. We don't lie. And that's why the public financing of healthcare is really, really pernicious slippery slope, because it does end up with people, actually believe in. I don't believe in any freedom. No liberty at all. Pay for everybody's healthcare. I want everybody put under surveillance twenty four seven New York City. Mayor Bill, the blonde calm you process, this information, not one, single voter named you as a first or second choice in this new polling on six hundred Iowans, eight months before the caucuses. This is just the beginning of a very long process. It was only six hundred. I mean you know, if you had eight hundred I'd probably would two hundred twenty five percent to six hundred is not sufficiently represented. You gotta have thousands and thousands to find one reminds supporters. It's Father's Day. Data honored. Dan, dad, literally never missed an event that I have never missed a school event in never missed a sporting event coached every year, that there was dead coach available in anything where a parent was allowed to be never missed one. That's, that's a wreck. Danny and nine. Read his letters. Is it? You don't do. My name is Michael berry. And I love my because he takes to stuff..

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"chadha" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Go. Yes, sir. I can't even front. The weather June behaving. And of course, chateaux gem king, all my summer baby happy birthday toss. Of course, Chadha, Johnny Depp, Natalie Portman Laurie Hernandez. TD Jakes, happy day. Don't forget, we set it off today from forty four she's six avenue to operate flow. Bilby with us can we please big of high bridge, boogie down? Bronx right now CIA own the nyah what it is bro. Back. Good. Bill. These. The. Got that. Money. Tell you sound. Dow. Walk into talking. No. Don't think is. Naby. In the. It does that bag at the Iraq. So. They guessing me. Radio. No. But I say is yes, hottest. They know everybody knows back. Good. Bill. On.

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"chadha" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on KTRH

"Now shonda important to me important to me that I listened to every listener out there. Bad idea. Bad idea. I liked what you say. But sometimes every so often like a like, you know, you and I agree on nine hundred number ten things. But sometimes you'll play a song for like three point eight seconds long. I will act you to play it. Bad idea. Michael berry show believe that at the end of a loan or. Ronan manner. Lamasion woman on top coal beer in this week. We do so to executive producer, Chad a Coney Nakanishi. Such an amazing job on our show. Chad Conan, DACA Macias kinda guy. That every organization would be lucky to have. If you were remote if you were saying, in, if Chadha Conan Nakanishi, where the, the New England Patriots, who would he would he be that the west Welker, who would you have him because he's the guy that is incredibly valuable. But sometimes you forget how, how valuable he is. He can't be Bella check. You can't have him be. You got him beat. Wow. Correct. A strong. Wow. Chan Nakanishi as Bella check. Deflating the balls. He's the one who was at the Vietnamese massage parlor was he? That's not okay because I don't see Chad. Chaz very moral man. Tom, Tom.

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"chadha" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Money radio. I am Chadha one safe-money retirement specialist. The financial guide for my client. Sometimes I have to ask tough questions and give people take a reality check on their finances. I'm not the type of person that will just tell people what they wanna hear when it comes to then -portant things of life. I believe your retirement is one of those topics. I wouldn't consider important running out of money in your retirement is no joking matter are you a saver investor or speculator. I that many of you would consider yourself as savers and investors whenever consider yourself spectator. What is a speculator a spectator is someone who invest in things don't understand an assumed risk of loss. What is an investor and investors someone who invest in something that they have knowledge of but they also some risk. Call us now for a copy of our free seventy eight page safe-money book insider's guide to save money accounts. That will show you how to protect your money from fees and market, downturns me, a call anytime. Eight six six seven. Four nine safe. That's eight six six seven four nine seven two three three. Also, make sure you ask about our free customize safe-money kit. Wouldn't you rather have planning based on guarantees instead of sumptious? How about a guarantee of bonus of up to ten percent of your money or how about a guarantee that your income account? Value will grow up to eight percent for the purpose of receiving guaranteed. Lifetime income. How about guarantees that your principal returns will never decrease due to market losses guarantees are what you can count on. And we all know what assumptions are for if you'd like to learn more, call for a free safe money book and safe-money information kit at eight six six seven four nine safe. Again. Our number is eight six six seven four nine safe. That's eight six six seven four nine seven two three three. There's no cost droplets. Wouldn't you rather count on guarantees than assumptions when you're out of retirement plan based on up to eight percent growth in a.

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Cronin leaves Cincinnati to take UCLA job

Gary and Larry

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Cronin leaves Cincinnati to take UCLA job

"Hey, hey, Jason before we Chadha here. Couple of college notes are of note one. I hope the warriors bring back Chris Mullin in some capacity. He's going to step down as head coach at Saint John's. It sounds like the, you know, spent thirty years at Duke and watts Bobby Hurley to leave ASU to to. And then the one that came down. Just now Mick Cronin is the new head coach UCLA which me Cronin. Leave Cincinnati to take the Bruins job. Rick Barnes opted to stay at Tennessee. Instead of instead of or go to Tennessee instead of instead of take the UCLA job. What do you think? What do you think of those three college Garrett sells weird like if you guys remember Oregon like about eight or nine years ago had an opening head coach and bass warned everybody Tom Izzo. They made every play every coach they approach basically got a race and they settled on like their seven choice. Dana Altman, we'll guess what? Six or seven years later day gets to the final four. So I know Mick Cronin in number one target probably four or five or six, but think about a guide when you making a move on your girlfriend wife at the time before she became your wife option. I don't know that I was, you know, sometimes you got a, you know, just be happy that you get picked down the list for you. Jay were you were you an undrafted free agent. Were you a seventh round pick? I hope I wasn't. I never asked my wife that, but I have joked around with guys who whose wife is hotter than them as my wife is more tractive than me. And I'm like, you're not your life. I choice, but to the overachievers club, Gary the overachievers club going my old lady. Did you did you romance with money? Did you do give Bela's? What what do you think? You you got to wonder over the podcast. I was working at a newspaper in New Jersey living in a studio apartment twenty five thousand dollars. Here. We didn't meeting her a month later. I said boy, I gotta get an upgrade here, and I left it pathetic newspaper industry and just made my rise to where I am now in. Yeah. I couldn't I was it was definitely not

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"chadha" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This home crowd at the Eastern Conference rival check a chance to not the next down pay. You bet those next Tuesday at seven on WGN TV lose that game. That's what I really. Yeah. Check Chadha game lose the game. Check I want you to watch that game on channel nine only. So they can lose that game. Check you want to is the only time I've ever said this, and we'll ever say it again, I want you to root for the Knicks at home. Well, they've already clinched the worst record. So. Oh. Oh, yeah. They've got that going for them them. Yeah. That helps it doesn't even matter. Well, we could drop address think blocked into the fourth not as an astronomy, they're going to pick for the odds in the lottery, it gets complicated. Anyway, lose check loose. Just lose can't hurt. Losing right now. Not gonna help yourself by winning only hurt yourself a winning. He must help yourself by losing. They're sitting Kevin. I were asked to go play. Right. They're pulling people out of seats. A beer vendors are pulling off their little beer vending gear and going out there and playing I've no idea after team is right now. Nobody does they don't even know the coaches like, hey. You. Entertain whatever shirt white guy. Here are center. All right here. We go. Continues. Three. All right. So last week we played this old town road.

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"chadha" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"chadha" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"It's going to take twenty at least twenty minutes just to apologize for it taking so long. I know everyone M O workman has told us only have thirty five minutes to talk about race. And you should have seen the look on Carla music and my face not only that, but I had no idea the last time we recorded rice that I was literally going to have to wait until the next year to talk about race again. I know I mean, one of the most just some of the most positive feedback. I've ever received was from the rice wizards Chadha to all our race was urged taller rice wizards keep swinging those staff and growing those beards. And also, I just do one of Hodge is on behalf of bona petite, and or it's minute particular for making it take this long. We're so sorry, you know, the people want what they want, and it's not always up to us. If we give them what they want. Yes. It's not like you can order up race three point oh podcast on Amazon prime inexp-. To show up the next day. Right. It just it doesn't. It takes takes time literal time and on that much time. In fact, I feel that we may be wasting time. Do you know what I was kind of imagination another also wasting time? But it's kind of like a giant our glass, just has grains of rice. And it's just been it's been flipped upside down in a rice wizard has just been watching. But maybe before the race grains, got put into the hourglass. I the race wizard used like a special tool to Pulver hesitant smaller pieces. So it would pass through broken rice. Which is a thing which is thing which I was reading about just earlier because of a topic will get to reading about it in seduction of rice was in fact, I I have I have two books with me today. I have seduction of rice, which I just can't I'm seduced, and I can't quit it at all. And it's filled with so much information is Fernando about the seduction. No it stays at. That's an office sorry for office book, and then the other one I brought was Lydia's Lydia Bastiaan. It should just go to the first name like a rockstar mastering, the art of Italian cuisine. I love the subtitle on this book, which truly lake over reaching everything you need to know to be a great Italian cook. That is a big promise. It's big promise. But you know, I mean, probably you're writing a book, you know. What's what's the, what's what's, you know, you gotta have something? I mean, this book has one of those special ribbons in it. No. That's how you know. It's it's serious real a ribbon instead of posted notes to your page would have walked away from that book. If it was like, quite a few of the things you'll need to know in order to be a great. Well, maybe not great. But you know, good at first. And then if you practice a lot great Italian cook, right? Like, I think it's good enough recipes. I liked it. You didn't puke or get sick a book of recipes? All right, Carl. Let's get right down to business. Stop racing around. I'm to talk. It's not a never run. I was gonna say it's not a marathon. It's a sprint race. Yeah. It's it's a rice. It is a rice of source of sorts the marathon or a sprint. It is a rice the amazing rice sill. I think what we realized talking about race in the past was at rice is a fantastic ingredient one of our favorites. Like when it comes to a whole food, a whole grain just ingredient that is minimally processed out of the ground race is one of the greats one of the greats. And I think we've already established that if we had to choose between rice and pasta, you know, forsaking our ancestry and everything else who's industry my own rice wins. Yup..

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