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"chaiman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Side, a mother held her five year old daughter and jumped off the roof of a 13 story building on West 53. It's really sad, and especially that you would Make that sort of plan to go up there because it was something that you don't you don't just happen on the roof. That resident telling CBS to the woman was identified as 39 year old Oksana patching of Brooklyn. Her daughter, five year old Olivia and Y. P. D Sources say the mother did not leave a note. In Chicago A man went on a shooting spree on Saturday, killing three people, wounding four others. Correspondent Charlie Damar says 32 year old Jason Nightingale posted bizarre videos in which he threatened to blow up the whole community. The crime spree spilled into suburban Evanston Nightingales, accused of accosting a woman inside a CVS. And taking another woman hostage at an IHOP across the street. Nightingale shot her in the neck, according to police. The chaos coming to an end when police shot and killed Nightingale A relative of the gunman said he had problems that he was fighting demons. They were Americans are driving during the pandemic that that hasn't kept gasoline prices from rising even though there's weak demand, here's oil industry analyst Trilby Lundberg. US. Average price at the pump has been moving up for about seven weeks. And that's a total of 17 cents is very closely following what crude oil prices they're doing. And the code Oil pressure's. They're up for a number of reasons, two of them being OPEC and the weaker U. S. Dollar. National average price at the pump to 35 a gallon up next intent and wing center. Chaiman who's back up on the top of the charts, wins news time a 36 Wow. I think we can all agree.
"chaiman" Discussed on The Combat Divas Podcast
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"chaiman" Discussed on WEEI
"Parts studios years Lee. And now we're back in that bracket show. And now on the line, we have coach Tim craft of the Gardner Webb running BULLDOGS BULLDOGS twenty three and eleven winners of the big south conference coach let's start there talk about what it was like to in this magical run through the big south conference chairman going in what you talked with your team about. And then how on three nights in four days. You guys were able to -ccomplish what you set out to do. Well, I think you know, when the regular season ended, you kind of try to refocus your team on, you know, the the next step which is now the conference tournament, and it's kind of a new season for everybody. And you know, the thing that we talked a lot about was that we felt like we were playing pretty well in that, you know, we finished the second half of our our season our competencies and winning eight of our last hand. But but we really kind of felt like we had more to give and that we were still making some. Stakes we should make. And you know, just correctable things that we could really either play better. I think our team agreed with me. But you know, we did feel like we're playing, hey, you know, we won eight of her last year. Then you know, we still can play a lot better. And you know, we were just trying to continue to try to put our best forty minutes together in the next game. And you know, the other thing we talked about was we felt like that are are are season from the non conference to the to the regular season had really put us in position to. To kind of be ready for anything and we played in six overtime games. Which is you know, one of the most in the country, and we're four and two in those games. And didn't always handle all those situations the right way, but felt like we had been through almost every different type of scenario you could see in a game. And I think that gave players a lot of, you know, just a lot of confidence in being in those pressure packed situations that you know, they could make place on either end in those type of those type of close games. This team was dramatically improved in its offensive efficiency. In a ranking perspective. Let's talk about this near fifty five percent affected field goal percent in the top thirty in the nation. And what you did in the off season to get this offense clicking and moving in this great direction. Well, we did we did change the way we play a little bit offensively. And you know, we have been a little more traditional in terms of, you know, play in two big guys and this year, we we played a little smaller. You know with kind of more of a forward has our as our as our five man, and then really with with more for perimeter players on the floor. And and I think that helped us a lot, you know, just create more space than we really just tried to emphasize cutting and movement and ball movement a lot more than we have in the past. We just coach those areas a lot harder. And you know, it certainly helped us I think it really helped us and allowed us to create driving lanes and don't get into the paint to get to the foul line. And then, you know, and then we we, you know, we did have I think a lot of our players just have gotten better, you know, a lot of returners just work really hard over the off season and a lot of our key role. Guys. I just think really improved. You know are two point guards Eric chaiman. Those those those three guys need jobs. Those four guys I just think drastically better over the all season. And you know, we we felt like David f DJ last or we're going to be all conference type players, which they were. And then we had a freshman named Jose Perez who's really been a huge part of our success as well. So I think all those factors combined. You know have have led led to us having a really good season. When it comes to our offense efficiency in the conference in the big south Campbell with their explosive scorer, Chris climates and Radford received much attention talk for a moment about how good this conference was. So that the national audience gets an appreciation for what life is like in the big south night in night out. Yeah. You know, our league is always been very competitive. And a lot of a lot of parody. Good players could coaches, there's been a lot of years where you know, there's there's only a game or two separating, you know, number one. From number six, and you know this year was similar to that. And I think we had eight teams this year in the league with winning seasons. And so so so the league was really strong top to bottom. And I think we felt like, you know, kind of any of the top eight I did certainly I think all the coaches would say could could legitimately have one two tournament. So it it the league is really good. I think it's it's it's better than it's been this year. I don't came Palmer like nineteen or something in the country, which is a little higher than usual. So. Yeah, it was you know, I just think a great year for the league. A lot of good non conference wins for a lot of teams in the league. You know, big time scores like Chris Clements Germain Merrill, from Hampton Radford who had won the league a year ago. Just had a tremendous tremendous season. All the way through from start to finish finished Campbell and rapper finished tied for share the regular season. So definitely it was it was a it was a great league this year, and you know, one that top to bottom, you know, every night you're going to have to play. What is the atmosphere like on campus leading this bulldog team to which I ever NCAA tournament experience. What's it like in the community and around campus? Well, our community is is really really excited. I mean, every there's a lot of just a lot of excitement in the community our campus. Actually, we're on spring break right now. So students aren't here other than like our baseball guys. And so so, you know, we haven't seen our students a whole lot. But we're looking forward to welcoming welcoming them back on Sunday and and getting getting kind of packing our student center for our selection show event. But. The community is just on fire. We had a huge crowd come to Radford, which is about three hours away for the championship game. We had a huge group of of people bulldog club members and just community people here from Cleveland county there to welcome us back when we pulled back in on the bus, and it's been pretty exciting around here. So this is year six for you there at Gardner Webb. When you take a step back, and you look at it being able to bring the program to the tournament. Do you get a sigh of relief and feel like you set out? I mean, you've had some good years yet a twenty win twenty fifteen campaign. It's predominantly been at minimum of five hundred team in the conference. Do you feel like we're finally got this program to where you hoped it would be definitely definitely. And you said it, you know, we've been we've been really competitive in our league last year was our worst year at nine nine. But but we've we've kind of been we felt. Like every year we've gone into the tournament with a team that was capable of winning the tournament. And you know, had had really, you know, some solid sustained success here over these last six years, but you know, just you know, it's been trying to break through and take that take another step. And you know, we lost in that we've lost in the semifinals conference tournament three times. And you know, they're two of them were one possession games. I think women lost by six. So it's like, hey, can we just, you know, the details, and and just you know, the can't you know, the the margin for error trying to coach your team on what the margin for error. How small it is and trying to just be more detailed played a little bit harder. Have a chance to get to Sunday. And I think that was a breakthrough for us, you know, to be Campbell and and win in the semifinals and get to Sunday and they'd be able to play. Terrific on the road there on Sunday afternoon was certainly I feel like, you know, I it's kind of like we we have broken through for sure and coach Tim craft of the Gardner Webb running BULLDOGS BULLDOGS winners of the big south conference waiting to see where they will wind up on selection. Sunday, Ken Pomeroy is kept his since two thousand into. This is the first time to make south is ranked as a top twenty league nineteenth. It'll be interesting to see if that FEC Gardner Webb in their seating. They currently at twenty three and eleven last year Radford was a sixteen seed woke Gardner Webb be sent to Dayton for the first four or will they play as a sixteenth seed against the number one sometime next Thursday or Friday, all this will be revealed soon enough on selection Sunday, we'll be right back right after these messages only here on that bracket show state. John. Power hour with Jay gas. But this idea that Bryce Harper in Mike trout in Harper saying that hell, yeah, I'm going to recruit mi- trout in two years is bad brain. This is good. We need more about guy teaming off and becoming great together. Enough of this old school baseball rules, not sets baseball needs to be strengthened and needs to be able to adapt to today's fan, and the buzz and social media aspect of all this. This is fun. This is sports. 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"chaiman" Discussed on The Big Picture
"So I'm like myth or thinking about it. Then maybe they will vote for this. You also one for LA La Land. They like to crown someone recognizable and despite one last year. So I love your reasoning. Yeah. I think her what's his score is the best of the bunch. Yeah. I think this is also much like the foreign film category. Missing two or three of the best scores of the year. Right. I don't know where nNcholas propellers for Bill street could talk or vice. Yes, I don't know where the old man of the gun score. Is I love that score. I pick Mark chaiman. And it I think it's just because that's a famous movie that people are interested in and I man is not a famous movie. Yeah. Mary Poppins returns is probably the third biggest head of this much. I think there's an outside chance that Ludvig goeransson gets in here. Do you know much about Ludvig I down he most famously is a long time collaborator of Donald Glover's. And a lot of childish Gambino songs are composed by him in Gordon's kind of making a move into scoring. And that's a great score to it. Interesting thing when like a Swedish guy makes African music, nevertheless. Okay. We'll go to the next story. Best original song motion picture. This is going to be easy. This is shallow. Okay. So I'll read the I'll read the nominees all the stars. Black Panther get some girl in the movies dumpling never heard requiem for. I've it worked part time out. Okay. All right. Keep moving. Okay. Thank you. So yet girl in the movies dumpling requiem for a private war private war, which isn't any Lennox long. Just plays over the. The end credits of a private war. I mean weird flex but. Okay. Okay. Revelation. Boya raced I believe that's choice of on. Yes. That's correct. Who also co stars? And shallow star is born. What happens if shallow doesn't win will people be screaming and tearing their skin off because like this category. Famously not on this show in particular is a car crash like we we should definitely focus on it in a future episode. But I feel like it'd be fascinating. If they got it wrong. I think there's a decent chance at the Oscars that they get it wrong. I keep fixating on the fact, and I knew I mentioned this last week by there's a short list for the best Oscar song and there are to marry popping song on there. And only one star is born song. And that is like trouble that is a big flashing warning sign this, you know, we've talked about it a lot, and I don't want to over rely on the Golden Globes as star fuckers, but a little bit. I mean, you just have to pick lady Gaga on this one. They just they. Will they picked her for American horror story like come on? They will while. So let's that's tougher any Lennox. I think it'll be shallow. There's no musical performances at the globe train anonymous. Cheers. Okay. Do you gotta keep it moving show. There'd be no I find we've talked about this. I find musical performances live musical pharmacies at awards excruciating. The Grammys are a real trial for me every year, and the Oscars is really awkward and the nice part about the Golden Globes as they keep it moving. So okay, moving sidebar. Do you do you like the musical performances during the independent spirit awards when the host sort of like do a musical number about one of the films nominated if it's good. Yeah. Like, I mean, millennia Kroll don't really sing do they it's sort of a spec-? Yeah. Random style. Also don't want to pretend that I was like above Billy, crystal doing a fake thing in The English Patient plane, which reference you don't understand but familiar with that thing though, I have not seen right anyway. I you know, I. I enjoyed that. If you can pull it off, there's kind of a corny razzmatazz aspect to those performances and also the awards shows that I don't mind it's when someone is really earnestly just like I'm gonna I it's me and my guitar singing about my soul to you based on the movie dumpling. Like, just like I loved die part and could sell it. But you know, if it weren't deli pardon..
"chaiman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"There's a lot going on this afternoon. It's all about judge cavenaugh for the most part about this twelve hundred law professors signed a letter saying that they believe the judge Cavanaugh is not suited to be on the supreme court. So interview this morning. Yes, we're going to talk about that with Bruce and Kovac from Saint Vincent college. He's a law. Professor their former federal prosecutor and get his insights, whether or not he signed the letter, and whether or not he actually agrees with the letter that's there as well with that the entire contents. We'll talk about that coming up. Also, get a report from Bill Rakoff from CBS news in Washington regarding that too and all the talk that's going back and forth. Ultimately, it's really coming down to a few US senators, and if you don't have their ear, it's almost completely irrelevant. What's being said, otherwise because if they vote for him he's in if they don't then he's not it doesn't make a difference. What Mitch McConnell is calling for? Or Lindsey Graham or Dianne Feinstein or anybody else we're going to get to that coming. I guess what they are going to vote for him. They're going to vote it's going to happen now. Whether or not those swing senators do that's a little slow on the if you think they will. All right. We'll monitor that also Amazon raising their minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Could it then have a ripple effect across the country? We'll talk about that with Joel's lesson. Amazon's going to automate everything and get rid of those people. So they can three to fifteen dollars an hour. Into the robots take over a all, right? Thanks, a lot look forward to show men Gina. The news is next on Katie cave. Chaiman lo HANA law firms studios. The voice of Pittsburgh deals from Katie K, a radio now, many seventy degrees at three o'clock. I'm rose. Ryan Douglas,.
"chaiman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"News on NewsRadio nine fifty Good morning thank you for joining us. I'm Roberta justina I'm Tom Jordan these are the top stories at five twenty two police are investigating the overnight shooting that left a twenty. Year old man dab the incident occurred shortly before two this morning at the Newman. Court apartments on Kettering avenue near University Drive when county sheriff's deputies are here investigating what we are told is a fatal shooting of a twenty year old man there's also a number of shell casings and bullet markers out here in front of the, townhouses and actually between the two sets, on either side. Of the street. That runs between these two, sets or rows of houses had WWE J's Mike Campbell police eleven people dead after a tourist boat capsized and sank in, Branson Missouri the, stone county sheriff says stormy weather is believed to have. Caused the boat to capsize, and Jason chaiman is a national weather service meteorologist in Springfield. Missouri Branson airport recorded a wing Speed of sixty three miles per hour right around the time that boat capsized, county sheriff's deputies, you're here investigating Sixty three mile per hour wind. Gusts are is enough to down trees in some cases can. Up fruit trees. It can cause damage to, roofs she's removing shingle seven people were, injured a five or six. Others remained missing divers have suspended the search but it will resume. Later this morning careful on Lake Erie today lakeshore flooding and dangerous, swimming conditions. Today on lake Erie's west shores we'll have more on that ahead w. w j news time five twenty three this. Is supplier spotlight Say, they're. Worried about terrorists time w w j auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert and Wilson from the motor equipment, Manufacturers..
"chaiman" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Was he having rechange his face in romping shows like oh this is just recognize was rediscovering chaiman check him and also what's funny with this guy is that every time when he plays because he's he's in all the films of the apes and stuff like that yeah and he was has his daughters to play baby monkeys in the phone and so we always credited and i noticed injury sweetman i mean from his internet presence yeah we'll do quite menacing in the square oh anyway nash was saying he hated mother and he just four film club how about taxi driver and or life is sweet agree suggestions antony as well as let the sunshine in we're going to talk about that guns e film named phil yeah if you need the wooden named in that sense girona huben says since it's almost eason's jonathan dem passed away we should rewatch his best full nine hundred eighty six something wild for phone club by the way another thing we're going to be doing next week because it is an anniversary or the anniversary also of the start of truth and movies we're going to be picking out osceola contributors for their favorite three films of the last fifty two weeks convention see what makes the list there do feel free by the way listeners to send in your top three now anyway aids time to tackle film which might make somebody's top three of the western western kind of reverse evita pet group of jim and construction worker started tough job in the bulgarian countryside but it's the work fulltime and tensions bill with the local villagers one of the work has tried to construct something else entirely elena western first of is it a western well i think it's really funny that we have found that if you watch as not really listen there's no cowboys anything but it's called western is like the time when people said logan is actually a western well this one is playing that game as well but i very obviously i don't think it is western but it really taps into so many elements of the western it's actually quite amusing when you watch in you you notice oh they're taking over this land over meeting the people who live there and the outsiders oh there's the beautiful lady of the village and he wants to seduce they're all these elements but they don't feel.
"chaiman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Of the massacre when u s forces slaughtered more than five hundred vietnamese women children old men a group of vietnam war veterans and peace activists have traveled back to vietnam to mark today's anniversary democracy now is one gonzales and i recently spoke to three members of the delegation that are in vietnam today the at phnom veteran paul cox who later co founded the veterans for peace chapter in san francisco susan shnell former navy nurse who was court martialed for opposing the vietnam war and longtime activists ron carver who's organized an exhibit honoring the gi antiwar movement at the war remnants museum and hokey men city i began by asking ron carver about what happened fifty years ago today and me lie five hundred four civilians noncombatants were mowed down by soldiers and she said it was horrific but it was not an isolated incident it was part of the culture of the war that had been created and fostered and was largely a product of the pentagon's insistence on high body counts in order to justify their continued war effort and they're continuing escalating insistence that the us congress gives them ever more money in ever more troops this is what led to these kind of of massacres significance to to me however is is of people like hugh thompson who at at great risk landed is how a copter had his crew train their guns on the soldiers who were committing this nascar and telling them that they had to stop or they would be shot themselves and that's part of what has led to the development of this exhibit that will be held in saigon ho chaiman city today it's called on the nineteenth of march three days after the anniversary of the massacre it's called waging peace the us soldiers and veterans who opposed america's war in vietnam and it is to give credit in honor the folks who took great risks to oppose the war some of them went to jail in this country like dr howard levy who refused to train green beret troops in the medical techniques there are people in this exhibit arner those who refused to pull ploy to vietnam like jay jay johnson and the two others who made the fort hood three people who went to vietnam like paul but then confronting.
"chaiman" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Holly weird okay let me acknowledge at the very beginning that that black panther is unlike any movie you've ever seen before and it is based upon name marvel comic book character and it features an amazing cast their whole bunch of oscar winners in this movie and some other oscar nominees forrest whitaker who won an oscar playing eighty i mean he's in the film he plays a high priestess chaiman uh in the ah in this wonderful african kingdom that has created here it's called war kanda are you see angela bassett in the movie and she uh is terrific and of course uh oscar nominee of the past she plays the mother of the main character the main character is a young king who is playing beautifully really by chadwick boesman is very good in the film is visiting riveting to watch he's played james brown screen before he's played jackie robinson on screen before here he plays a regal figure whose crowning is welcomed by his mother angela bassett it is time cape to decide what to kind of king youth going to me don't fleas enough i waited bias highlight the world's worst start over burma burn it all what happens now the tmn's attempted to the rest of the went okay the the speaking there that was not in an african accent uh was by michael jordan he plays the chief rival to the king of what kanda and and look this is very difficult because there is so much enthusiasm about this film and its created by very talented people the the the creator of the film is a.
"chaiman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The stairs jackie robinson and i'm like jackie robinson this thing 19th sixty four and she says she is the first caller man to play baseball i'm like white but baseball's been around what is two hundred years old she they know color man couldn't play bolton 1940's ever like how and then you know the dan i should i didn't know and eased on reading story the budget rousing like oh my god i didn't know thereby knows it here note though the deal now but you know you're a kid you just like i like baseball i didn't yet baseball's been around for a thousand years what you're always been black poor play the seem everyday no no no it was and he just you know you take the logo he accepted and you move on and at some point you do you research i think i'm look wavell walk to washington to chaiman what was it that used to be the st john's redmond what you call now to read store you know certain things that you could say and do years ago unacceptable now and rightfully so for robert in red bank roberts you're on the fan what about the chicago on all black hawks why fox added a on that's i never is funny i've always heard the redskins indians um kathy guelleh's stands out the people complain about the never here i never i would i was in florida out by younger days the florida state seminoles on when he would say knew about the seminoles because it was i think they see every day only they always have those uh their spare on our how my right i thought the spirit you know uh the atalanta another went out yeah well that's somewhat the rich should do backed i think they had a back and then days they use those acted ira finished carla why quotient just go to tomahawks on the cross of bomb offs they have lamont they have them on their shoulder arthritis right on the shoulder associate should have put it on their on their thing well that's a that's exactly what us and we're talking about the hall of fame bill i know i thought i i forgot was off the hong what about fred mcgriff oh and hall of fame i i thought he would have been talk about.
"chaiman" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Idaho offer cbs monday or stream it live or on demand in 38 now tension wednesday entertainment news ratings were down again this year for the grammys correspondent oscar wells gabriel takes a look at some possible explanations after being destroyed years as being the granny's fourteen bracing pop stars of other genres like hiphop and rap the grammys have tried to step up their game when it came to nominations for example jay z had eight nominations this year most of any act but failed to win any for some view as the wrap heavy selection and no appearances from stars like beyond say dell could have prompted them to find something else to wives for just under twenty million people watching the grammys last night that's down twenty four percent from last year florida is shooting back after reportedly being denied an invitation to perform solo at the grammys last night she tweeted today telling folks to see for themselves what she can do at a stage adding a link to buy tickets for her to our lord was the only woman nominee for album of the year she was also the only album of the year nominee who was not asked to perform first it lists walt disney then sully someone burger then ben bradley and now this word the tom hanks will be playing my mother pretty big name in a movie river according to the hollywood reporter hanks will play mr rogers in an upcoming movie called you are my friend anna chaiman news and thirty eight minutes past every hour i'm ten ten wins.
"chaiman" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Of the most innovative egyptian musicians of all time laying the foundation of a new era of egyptian music with his use of non arabic rhythms and his refined allude to claim now that that recording that was not him playing that is from a 1990 recording uh published by simone shehade who is a very when although he's also he was inspired simone shine was inspired by i've been i i can see what i might seem on chaiman he came to them that was one in twenty years ago i have a line i don't think he's been sidelined fleet is now and then we'll grape thank you ruin that was ruin off the la a doing our music feature speaking of music art could be taken in any way in any direction a palestinian artiste draws vivid pictures of women's suffering enrage uh here and or there and palestine her work could be considered a palestinian a summary of palestinian woman living under occupation a from gaza city and mrs hanaa amash art is about expressing herself and giving a voice to the suffering palestinian women her exhibit shin is december 20th or the 22nd in a last december was titled thirteen million was a symbolising work of a number of palestinians around the world focused on the strength of the palestinian women who live in harsh conditions under occupation she's only twenty seven uh but she is full of wisdom she went on to say i wanted to convey to messages first i wanted to send a message of love to all palestinians who find themselves uh a dispersed uh in different countries around the world as a result of the palestinian knack by 19 48 and to emphasize that the palestinian people are still united despite the distances second i want it to embody the historical role of women and serving their people and the struggle against israeli occupation and of course and other artist uh this one is egyptian but is hoping to um promote egypt as africa as part of you need to promote that it's a fact young pacers now nor sort of is the northeastern tip of africa is egypt basically it's connection between africa and asia major uh this is up the young egyptian and fashion designer strives to launch and ask ro punk festival in egypt to promote african identity and fashion as it relates to the rest of africa fashion designers find themselves caught between the traditional arabic designs and the traditional western designs are non traditional.
"chaiman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Lookout for teenagers in clown masks after fears that the craze could cause violent reactions from those being frightened with dozens already detained now apparently twelve youngsters including two fourteen year olds have been arrested over the past few days there wow steven paddock the man who carried out the mass shootings in las vegas apparently gambled up to a million dollars a night and frequently popped a valium for exactly and a deposition the 64yearold delivered four years ago is part of a civil lawsuit against the hotel where he said he had slipped and fell the one time accountant portrayed himself as a big spender who was frequently caught by casinos for his warms fifty nine people dead five hundred twenty seven wounded a lot of those have been released from the hospital now those who were wounded in that horrible episode on our tober first but let's check in with dr peter bragan our residents psychiatrist author of medication madness and guilt chaiman anxiety dr peter if he was on valium and used it a lot and we don't know how much he used what does that do to someone but first we we don't know um we do have now coop prescription one that way from two thousand thirteen that even given four years ago it came out in the debt bow and then we have another prescription that we know he cook uh that he was given her and milligram tablet hit the about one hundred five david go so he had about one a day if you kamal up well first and we're not hearing how large volume so i i'm not sure what he's doing and there's no question that valley i'm with you that diana pam chemical okay can coy good cricket bachchan violin anc langer in toronto maple can move will become psychotic honored i'd had qe here's where drug right career one go sukhoi epo to get new inhabited and that behavior in wage wear a violent way where they wouldn't path what should prescribed four doc well it it must be prescribed for anxiety city original mothers little help or used to be called the decades ago uh for uh for anxiety in pension and some people you if you're asleep the.
"chaiman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That brings us to five thirty three on wall street the very latest knell on that menace named earn a from bloomberg's michael barr good morning to you you'd morning bob the dutch government is holding a crisis meeting to discuss its response to the damage inflicted on the caribbean island of st martin a former dutch colony by hurricane erma interior minister ronald plus turks said early today that ministers would huddled in the hague to coordinate the aid operation after initial bill real images taken from the navy helicopters show the extent of damage to the island remote devastated a chaiman small caribbean islands a bettered puerto rico as it adds toward florida bloomberg meteorologist robbed caroline has more on the category von storm michael the southern i of hurricane erma spend over three hours yesterday wreaking tour toll of virgin quarter st thomas and st john other fort the devastation are catastrophic the storm system is now going to be skirting the north side of the dominican republic worst the weather stays north of the dominican republic and it is on track to potentially hit south florida we in the weekend in the go up the florida coast towards the carolinas we're going to be watching it very very carefully over the next several days michael begi robbed the federal emergency management agency she says they abbot of resources to take on erba in the wake of hurricane harvey fema director brock law category five land falling events are very rare find if my memory serves me correctly only have free category five star sesay fifty wild surface fisted make landfall the calf five we would be breaking a record is senate majority leader it's regrettable says president trump and congressional democrats are the main architects of the new deal to extend federal spending and borrowing authority for the next three months the president and the senate democratic leadership agreed to a threemonth contrary revolution and a debt ceiling entered december mcdonnell and other republican leaders have been pushing to increase the debt ceiling for eighteen months president trump's oldest son is scheduled to make his first appearance on capitol hill.
"chaiman" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Goldstone was also involved in 2013 miss universe me you're done down say real class done junior did say that they get most of their money overwhelming amount of their money from russians and then eric trump i guess was that in a golf magazine said that they get a great deal of their money from russians as well it it's all coming down to that it's all and and by the way i mean they can try to brush those aside but as clint said this is fine anything also wrong they're going to be able to track it down so you can lie in you can talk about fake news all you want to you can make quotes and then try to run from them it's out there be able to track it down but yeah there's so much russian money around these people and there has been and you know how we now because they've admitted it in newspapers back before they thought he was going to run for president in hindsight it's kind of remarkable that during the course of the campaign in the coverage of the campaign chaiman us to a certain extent the fact that the trump family specifically donald trump and elements of his family's the is they grew older have been meshed with the russians for thirty years financially real estate wise both here and overseas death thirty years how about how angry the president got ran you continue to be credit critical even after you've had lunch at the white house.
"chaiman" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Soi never said because we can always try our best to put ourselves in other people shoes but that's athena just figure speech to actually put yourself in some also shoes is to know their experiences and what they've gone through and so you know to your point of our parents are sometimes doing the best they can when i learned so many things why mom they have never known before i thought why she's actually going above and beyond to what she has experienced in life russia'sshe's gone through some things man and she did her bazin i think i turned out out right here the more influence world mom not too shabby himom what would you say who was the most influential person for your mom or dad mmi'm gonna have to go with my it's kinda to fall by but my first answer would be my mom because ithinki spent more time with my mom and i'm a little bit i think we have more indepth conversations me my mom and she's gone to love adversity as well ithinki don't wanna come across as if and my entire upbringing was completely sexist known that would be ally that would be means advocating but you know the southasian community the one igrohmann does have levels of sexism abetted into in so when you see contrast my mom and dad imam definitely had to face more adversity when it comes to what was expected of her and what she had to sacrifice and things she had to do and so i think especially being woman chaiman i relate to that and i see that and i know the i am sought spoken because she taught me how to be that way her hip now when it comes to business though a lot of things i've learned about business is through my dad roar but as great businessman he's great at speaking to people i'mandi worked with our family business for a long time.
"chaiman" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"We kind of had an idyllic life in ohio growing up until hasty football games my dad without levelled athletic and sparked my mom taught english at the university but my sister night experienced something very unusual for three months or six months or year at a time dad would disappear it's still a aliens to come in the house suburban columbus at night and then at a duck did him noone said where he was he would come back without warning as if nothing had happened what we didn't know is this is lead psychiatrist back and columbus had said your children ever learn the reason for your disappearances your psychotic schizophrenic episodes in your mental hospitals asians they'll be permanently destroyed so you on your way i forbidden from ever raising the topic while so this is silence in chaiman stigma it wasn't until i was eighteen back home from the east coast my first spring break from college that dad put me down in the seat in the study and said sun perhaps you should here's something about my life for nice it's nice of you sell free to do so by slinky went against doctor's orders finally 'cause i wasn't a child anymore earned eighteen in the interim and so here i am maybe i should major in psychology and learn about mental health i had a mission but i was terrified for many years 'causei didn't tell roommates or anybody else about my dad's like coast and some mental hospitals asiansi did know that that kind of mental illness probably is transmitted by genes like continued to walk a pretty street narrow past thinking that i would be next to go into the next nick pits so you've gotta have communication and good knowledge if you're gonna help families deal with mental illness and we had nothing of that at the time heyrichardquick break here to talk about our friends at true car car you wanna make sure you're getting real pricing on actual inventory a lot of times that is not the case people configure karzai line oil later to find out they are not available.