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"chand" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"chand" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Correspondent Tasha Chand DC mayor Muriel Bowser announcing updates on the corona virus in the city mayor Bowser today says there are a hundred and thirty four new cases of coping nineteen in the nation's capital and nine deaths bells are also outlined improvements at the DC jail to protect the prison population as you noted some crime is down in the city what we've seen is that property crimes have decreased by nearly forty percent over the last thirty days announcer says police are enforcing coronavirus restrictions our officers are going out to tell people to disperse our report possible business violations for brit WMAL WMAL dot com politico reports that is the government watchdog is about to probe the federal government's handling of the corona virus the government accountability office or the GAO will launch investigations into a wide range of issues including the distribution of medical equipment and handling of the national food supply the investigations are required by the cares act that's the massive stimulus package passed by Congress the GAO conducted a similar analysis of the federal response to the two thousand eight financial crisis correspondent Linda Kenyon the Supreme Court has ruled juries in state criminal trials must be unanimous to convict a defendant the justices vote today overturned the conviction of a Louisiana man who's serving a life sentence for killing a woman after a jury voted tended to to convict him back in twenty sixteen organs the only other state that allows for non unanimous convictions for some crimes now the same rule apply in all fifty states and the federal system checking your money this hour the Dow down two hundred ninety points the S. and P. five hundred down eighteen the nasdaq.

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"chand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"chand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was Warren at the end making specific comparisons between her support for Medicare for all and what she sees as the weakness of others I did one fact check on that exchange this morning on how much the booted Chand booted judge plan caps any costs other than premiums because she said it only caps premiums but still leaves people vulnerable to other things and I found this from a review of his health care plan on vox from a few months ago it says besides the premium cat the bridge is planned also places a limit on out of pocket costs for the traditional Medicare program no such cap currently exists leaving some seniors on the hook for thousands of dollars to cover their medical care the campaign is not however according to vox saying what the out of pocket limit would be it adds that the bridges plant also stop surprise billing by introducing a new requirement that all services received at an in network facility be billed at in network rates that prevents the possibility that a patient who goes to an in network hospital could be treated by an out of network doctor and wind up with a large bill and it would cap the price that providers can charge insurers for out of network care at twice Medicare rates which the Buddha judge campaign says should lower premium so it looks like one exaggerated a bit how little the Buddha judge plan would cap in terms of costs but Alexandra Jaffe from the AP there's a war going around on Medicare for all again do you think anything to happen there last night I mean that debate has been going on for months so I think that voters who are making up their minds based on that issue has probably made up their minds that said I think again it was another good moment for a little bit more and she had she came with some very heavy sharp one liners and she went after just about every candidate on stage not just like Bloomberg so as money or colors said that that makes a lot of voters weren't there forever I think that that's the Elizabeth Warren a lot of people are waiting to see and she seemed in that exchange to be aligning herself with Bernie Sanders again on the concept of Medicare for all I think maybe one of the reasons she had gone down in the polls and Bernie's been going up is that he's very clearly for what he's for the Medicare for all planned the way he describes it even though he has not gotten specific about how to pay for it which is a weakness in his presentation but he's been specific in saying well there are various ways we could pay for these laid out some options but he's been clear on Medicare for all in what he says that would include and one was trying to walk away from it a little bit in the past it seems to me last night she was trying to align herself more fully with it again did you get that impression I think that's right and I also think she's been given some cover in recent weeks is some of Sanders supporters to come out and sort of acknowledge that you know a public option may be the best that they can do politically at the end of the day every in Alexandria Casio Cortez server knowledge that may be the ultimate and pushing Medicare for all so I think at this point in the debate over sort of purity when it comes to health care it's it's a little bit of a moot point and it's clear now that Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders both share the same goal let's try Tyrone in the Bronx again I think we got it now I kind of run around W. and I see Hey Brian wait Oct by didn't win twenty twelve Barack body when fighting all the way last night he looks like sleepy gel so I'm Feelin Bernie's up there with the energy just bang bang and talk about workers owning companies that's where I'm at you know I'm a worker I want to own and that's my way is Bernie Bernie got this figured out we gotta go burn feel the burn Tyrone thank you very much Esther in Merrick you and W. NYC hi there Astor hi there so we had to rule out culture last night I felt she looks shaken and her exchange with to judge I think really got under your skin I wanted to be for people to judge but I felt that mostly his message with content free Bloomberg I thought came woefully underprepared so I'd like to believe he could at some point give solid candidate and because of the foreign really came out swinging I think she understood that she needed to try to make it in this one she was going to be eliminated and so I still have some hope for her but we'll have to see where it goes from here if I had to go tomorrow I really don't know what I would do Esther thank you very much so there we go one who kinda got a little turned off to both of which are included judge last night obviously as we said before an informal unofficial thoroughly untie unscientific sample of anything when we just take calls from the public but a smattering of opinions on how the debate last night changed anybody's minds on anyone Alexandra Jaffe from a P. as we finish up most of the Nevada voters with their very large early voting turnout this week may have already voted before the Nevada debate the finish on Saturday but of course South Carolina is next week and super Tuesday right after that three days later and this debate was more for everyone else the end of that is specifically I guess when you come right down to it so how do they follow up what happens next yeah I think you're right I mean well she is worn strong debate performance came in time for her to make a showing in Nevada obviously there's a than the debate next week in South Carolina so that's another one where Mike Bloomberg has again qualified and it's going to be interesting to see if you improve the what the dynamic looks like on that stage but it's it's really hard to predict what the next two weeks are going to look like I mean you've already seen in the past two weeks have changed just about every day so these dynamics will will be interesting to see how they play out of on the next debate stage Alexandra Jaffe Associated Press national political reporter following the democratic primary race we always appreciate when you come on with us we'll keep talking yeah yeah Brian Lehrer and W. NYC more to come in the world of magic it's long been man holding the wall the problem is it's a very insular ingrained culture that has not had much feminine influence for a very long time that's finally changing I'm a room Vidigal Paul and that's next time on the takeaway a weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine FM.

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Predicting the Decade and Distributing Conferences

Talking Machines

09:58 min | 1 year ago

Predicting the Decade and Distributing Conferences

"You are listening to talk machines. I'm Katherine Gorman Neal Learns and I know it's a little bit belated Neil but happy new year. Happy new decade if you believe decades does come from complexity about zero counting depending on. Whether you're a Fortran or C I. I don't know how do you and happy do you decorate. Yeah absolutely and try to see whichever exactly but you know however you counted. It's a nice. It's a nice artificially artificially imposed time to think about what this last unit of time has meant and what is next unit of time might hold so I would love to do the traditional navel-gazing commute period of time kickoff that journalists love to do which is thinking about what we might see in this next unit of time in this next decade. And you know Oh is informed by what we've seen in this last decade. I think that we've seen this kind of reflection right. Now is so important because I think we have seen humongous change not only early in the the research and what has been technically accomplished but the way that the practitioner community works and the implications of that four four things going forward. So what do you think. Neil if you had to choose one sort of hallmark of what you think signals what we can see in the future around how work gets done. I think there's lots of lots of crystal ball gazing about. What kind of work is going to get done? And that's very exciting. I Yeah I think the how that work is going to get done and how we talk about how that work gets done is going to have a huge impact on what problems picked up in solved so it is appropriate that we choose an arbitrary number based on number fingers we have only Chand for period of reflection it makes the universe make sense with tens right. Yeah Yeah I B as being an amazing decade in terms of adoption machine learning techniques. That's absolutely clear and I guess if I look back to twenty ten I don't think I would have full cost tool that. We would be where we are now a common who who says that the things happen slower than you expect in a period of years but a period of decades same false and that seems to play. He's he's something that I I was reading over the holidays. which is the printing press was being developed? The fourteen forty S in mind in Germany by Gutenberg and I think the prince his first Bible in fourteen fifty five by fifteen twenty Martin. Luther is banging things on church. Dole's saying saying he doesn't like the pope anymore and you've got a sensitive the beginning of the reformation of the church which I find extremely interesting vesting when you compare nineteen forties when people building computers in various parts in the world And I it it'll technology to two twenty twenty. It's the same seventy eight year period and first of all it makes me think. Wow actually things happen. Pretty fast with the printing impress and wild things in some sense happen pretty slowly with computers but one of the things that happened with I think the printing press some Some point was initially. It was a tool that was used by churches to print indulgence season. Bibles and things like that. And then it was used for descent and I guess one of the things we can we seen in communication is the increase in social media and it being used in that so really radically changing the way we're having conversations not necessarily all to the good. I think probably would say the same thing about the printing press but but it takes a while to assimilate how to to do these things I think. For example. You can see changes in the way. We're doing politics and that I think he's not he's not I don't I think when people are becoming popular major politicians are becoming popular on social media platforms. I don't think it's because they are sort of spend golly geniuses that know how to conduct population reputation. I just think that there's a coincidence between that politicians personality and way of communicating and things that well on these platforms and that's that's kind of interesting and I think Yet so there's some of that going on and I think we have hope we're going to get. We need to be able to use these tools to do better communication in science as well which I think is really interesting challenge. Yeah and I think that we've we've started to see that right. I don't I I don't know when I mean you know this. I don't know when archive opened up but like I certainly became aware of it And its impact within the last decade decade and then. I think that we've seen so so that to me. Sort of took the the model of or at least the timeline of publication location of academic papers especially for this community which seems to rely so heavily on archive to communicate this information that changed radically but also the journal structure in machine. Learning at least has never been what a traditional journal structure would be like. It's sort of relied at least from my point of view relied more heavily on the main the main flagship conferences. But but now even those main flagship conferences were seeing things like people putting their posters online heavy use of QR codes in posters to like communicate back to the paper. And then also this idea that I think naps is taken up That seemed to be growing in popularity. We saw the meet UPS last year. The idea around decentralisation allegation of these larger points and I think that that Willie roles in neatly and nicely to your idea around like the printing press was a tool for four the well-established to communicate. And then it became as the idea as the technology became democratized became used to express a wider variety including dissenting opinions. And so I wonder if as we see not only the communication but the community the practitioner community become decentralized and reach a wider population and include a larger number of voices if we're knocking to see a larger variety of research questions getting chosen particularly with response to the on the ground questions that people are facing geographically being wider. I don't know does that make sense. What do you think the so many things going on? I guess when people look back at this period you suspect then they they might just say Oh and then all hell broke loose a hun- because actually there's something else that went on win. The printing press was developed at a similar time. The Ottomans Monds I think the second sacked Constantinople and that actually cools A large number of written works to leave Constantinople things. Things have not been known in say Western. You're sorry very European perspective and that sort of gave material for the printing press to welcome and one of the things things that's going on when you talk about ideas and dissemination of ideas. He's also the ideas that came out so people then started re translating the Bible. But in this case it's very complex because when you mentioned archive I see that as an old combination of the old and the new. Because this genuinely if I speak to most people that finding sort of clarification blog posts all software perhaps the most useful thing and driving through their ideas but when it comes to their citations they will cite archive papers but not those blog posts all very often not the software despite the archive papers. It's not having gone through a sort of a more formal peer review process. I think Perot Tom Dietrich how to sort of check many of them to make sure they're on subject great service to the community see but they haven't gone through a sort of formal pair of you yet. Somehow they had artifact which is more tracing back to the the notion of what a written piece of work is and how it should appear as a paper which in some sense is also relatively modern notion. Only two hundred years old. But it's so important important an interesting the what you write this disruption. Going on there's also massive conservatism. In the way we expect to do things it's not like let's revisit everything we think about scientific if it communication and conferences and everything else because in some sense I would say. Many of conferences have become undermined by the status. We place on on getting a paper in that conference. Venue for conferring they have become a status symbol for getting your tenure or students are in a very difficult position because I think they feel. PhD students that they feel that unless they have a few Europe's papers papers or you IRA. I starts papers the they I see la so now now you have to start worrying. Which conferences have I missed an GonNa Win Fund and other really good conferences that I forgot to mention they feel the the pressure to produce these papers because they feel that probably the only mark of success that came up with the new? NFL meeting. which which I thought was a great innovation this Europe so there was a meeting for people that machine learning once? You're on the stand about the community a lot of questions around this and I think that there's a way what I'm slightly worried about. Is The misalignment between those contributing to understanding and those being credited for that contribution it almost seems like back. Once you've got this idea that someone's explained clearly in a blog post you. The archetype is to cite this paper that you've never really read. Don't really understand now now. Of course the idea maybe in that paper and so forth but it's really sucked too sophisticated ecosystem communication now and I think that that's opening up challenges which you see reflected in people talk about

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"chand" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"chand" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of so I I just I mean that that quote goes on for quite sometime there is a room full of what looked like about maybe seven or eight year olds sure false everybody vote born with a Volvo is a woman I am here to make sure that we're on the same page folks it is true that everybody born with evil is a woman is female is of the female gender this is a fact facts first doesn't matter what people feel like things are what they are situations are as reality dictates they're trying to teach kids this nonsense now and look I I I know that this always gets caught up in you know should should anybody ever be rooters scrimmage Tory or our unconscious somebody who's Chand transgender genderfluid off of course not but then again as as ethical moral people we understand that you should never be on Khan rude to anybody for no reason enough for no good reason ever doesn't matter who the person is but that certainly extensive somebody has a gender transition issues or whatever I mean you treat everybody with with the kindness and decency that you would want for yourself and for your own family that said policy has to be rooted in some reality when you're talking about policy matters we talk about also education we need to educate people with what is true what are facts and that is not happening here it is in it is the case that for a vast majority of the human population your genitalia course but your genitalia dictate your sacks and also your genitalia dictates your gender identity now there are some instances there's there are people who are intersects formally known as hermaphrodites there are some in a biological irregularities that can occur working a little more complicated that but that's not the claim that's being made here the climate was made is actually your.

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How Augmented Reality Works

How'd It Happen Podcast

02:28 min | 2 years ago

How Augmented Reality Works

"So imagine walking. In a minefield in a war zone. You want to know where the mines are any want, walk through the minefield without stepping on a mine, you could put on an augmented a set of augmented reality glasses, assuming you're the one who put the minds in the minefield. You know the locations as I'm looking down on the ground, you can show me exactly where the minds are very second. Just walk right through without stepping on a mine. Let me give you more positive examples sin factory automation, typesetting. I can look inside the machine with my augmented reality glasses. So I can take the information I'm getting from the machine. Like, for example, what's the temperature of this pump, I put on my glasses. I look at the pump and I can see the temperature. I can look elsewhere on the pump I can see the flow rate of the fluid flow into the pump. So now I can see information that could not see before without a tool of some. Without a tool Asakusa, taking more. Digital information and presenting it in a way that can overlaid on a reluctant. So that's off mentoring reality, that's called augmented reality. And how does how does that change Rockwell's world or how does that change all of our world's down down the line today? You're seeing a lot of augmented reality. And games kids are, you know using augmented reality. What gaming rember Pokemon go? Oh, yeah. Everybody was using augmented reality with their phones searching poking and yeah, yeah. So that's an example of augmented. Reality being utilized in the gaming industry. But audited, reality could be very hopeful in many different sectors. Like, for example, in the area that I work in for diagnosing machines for training, people on how to use machines for taking apart machines, I. No. That BMW built and augmented reality -plication that guide stick missions on how to disassemble different parts of the injured, of course, you won't need this for an EV, but certainly for the internal combustion BMW. It's very complex. So they developed an augmented reality -plication where you when you're looking at the engine, it'll flash on the balls that want you to take out first and give you the numbers, the sequence on how to disassemble. Okay.

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"chand" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"chand" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Off or indication of fairness exactly in all fairness. I I have had cases where I've been on CNN, and they would ask me couple of question that went exactly to get what they wanted to gender. Sure to make sure that nothing else. Got in there. And. Sometimes the answers are not that simple. And and and that's exactly what they want to give to the people. This Chand perspective was sized. I'm prepared by them to be served to the American public on the platter as eight years it crude. And here's what's happening. And this is what's being. Absolutely. I don't participate any longer in those good for you. I wouldn't either. If I were you because I would feel like why why contribute to that? And you want your story told and you wanna told the right way? And I love that you're about truth. And I love your website. I really do. I have to give you props for that boiling frogs, post dot com. It's amazing. And I know we went way overtime. So I really apologize. But. It's been such a very important issues as you said before we began recording. And I'm glad to see that some people are still trying and that being you because it when people say, well among all these pessimists thick and the situations. How do you maintain hope because it's not full that? Because once in a while, I do come across very good website or or a podcast.

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"chand" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"chand" Discussed on Unchained

"Borders privacy coins will protect journalists and dissidents from the tyranny of corporate fascist iron fists retail investors will once again, stampede frenzied by the fear of missing out and greed institution. Oh money will buy bigger slices of the pie. A new one percent will bribe regulators to comply maximalist will bet on which chains might fall. Traders will get wrecked in short squeezes and margin. Calls math or kissed uprisings will bring corrupt nation states to their knees. Rioting protesters will post QR code southeast. If you ask me what really matters most his honoring. What may be our dear beloved Saito? She's ghost. Oh, keep fighting to make her proud by sending peer to peer transactions through the uncensored, cloud using electronic cash that will always be trustworthy and sound. I absolutely love this mission. If anyone knows victim south's writing. I immediately thought of how he wrote the Golden Gate the Golden Gate in verse. And I think it takes a special talent to do that. So thank you. And this next recording one of my favorites. Similar to how my interview with this guest for the podcast is quite possibly my favorite. This is from finance. I want to say congratulations to the one hundred episode of own Chand is the toughest interviews. I've ever been to. I've no idea how the other one hundred people may through it. But congratulations is one of the most interesting podcasts. Two thousand eighteen was was equally tough. But I think the beauties have been building into eighteen pot for two thousand nine hundred. I think we will see a lot of real products and real applications coming onto the market before I fully turn the reins over to you all end this bit with my predictions for twenty nineteen. I'm feeling right now like a lot of ideas. I've heard from my smartest sources about where the space would go could be up ended one area in which the conventional wisdom might turn on its head at least temporarily could be central as Asian. I'm starting to wonder if we will see centralized companies and projects do while. Now in this early wave of crypto, adoption, and then it remains to be seen whether or not the centralized projects really will win out in the end or whether the centralized products will just Almirante and these aren't predictions necessarily. But I am also keeping it my eye on stable coins, and gaming projects sable coins. Simply because digital version of a dollar is something people can easily grasp. And I feel like that's an important way to achieve actually utility particularly in payments. And I think a lot of people. Could also end up just using a stable coin without even knowing anything about Blockchain's or caring about crypto or anything like that. And I did notice right before recording. This that I did see Bloomberg reported that Facebook is working on such a thing for use in what's app, so who knows stable coins could end up being one of first so-called killer apps. I'm also keeping my eye on gaming because as I've said before in previous podcasts, the gaming community is one the already understand virtual goods in con- digital economy. So I think that industry is right for crypto. But I am fully prepared to be completely surprised in every way by how the crypto space develops this year. The only prediction I can make confidently is that develops developments in crypto will not be boring with that handed over to you all with your submissions. I have mixed in recordings from pass gas alongside the listener recordings. I enjoyed listening to all of your thoughts who thinks again for sending them in without. Further ado, I'll now let you take over the show. Hey, this is Joey from Antar capital auger. I think it's really cool that you decided to let people just kind of take over unconfirmed of this podcast episode in twenty nineteen. I'm looking forward to launch of new to augur chess import for die. Still has a dollar. She's a pretty cool. He had successful cable in spite the fact that eaters down ninety percent says they time they launched such a huge mental. And also looking forward to some saleability stuff starts to launch the beginning of next year. Yelling at arbitron thunder. Also kinda plasma staff like flow and plasmas doing it. Also blocks out kind of homing networking layer is not very making focused on the app night super important, so we can actually hit some high through. But and it's what else the only other thing in twenty nineteen..

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"chand" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Brendan maher writer and editor for nature quote as far as whisper networks go this was a roar loud enough for even me to have heard and quote it was certainly a crafty of the buzzfeed people to think of making allowed whisper network that even a male writer for nature would would have heard of those very that's crafty a conspiring right there carolyn porco planetary scientist and senior editor of astra biology quote i've been wondering when this particular case would come out and quote also quote in case you missed it standing in recent allegations of sexual assault against stromer learns cross finally come to light and quote check out the statement by chand chandok prescod weinstein theoretical astrophysicist quote i spent my career avoiding places where cross was i've missed conferences award opportunities and job opportunities the men around me didn't have to that enough to worry women and gender minorities miss out on so many opportunities because of when they know to be harassers men continue to work with him also quote i can't stress enough how important the story is krause is a theoretical cosmology just and i've spent my entire post phd career afraid of him because of what he did to women and quote all sarcasm aside i mean that's a truly truly depressing and sad statement here's another one meek uh mckinnon geophysicist so many people have been waiting so damn long for this when to come out of the whispers also so grateful buzzfeed tackled bringing krause out of the whisper network i've turned down a lot of science and sifi gigs to avoid working with him and quote yeah uh there's some there's plenty more um i i think filled did an excellent job by collecting these i think of course the people who were quoted also did an excellent job by coming on the record in saying something but thanks to fill for that great resource a link it you can look at some of the other quotes about it skeptics which.

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"chand" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Money and turkish center the wall street journal is written about this chand and joins us now and how our company is helping their employees manage money for a lot of company but you know they've been putting a lot of money time and effort into 401 k plans and there is growing concern that um you know employers obviously put in not only a match that they put a lot of effort into educating people and a lot of money and educating people on the 401 k plan but there's growing concern that people really aren't managing their underlying finances very well so the idea being that you know no matter how well you are doing it even if you're saving in a 401 k if you're not budgeting and you're not paying their bills on time then that kind of jeopardizes the money that you put into a 401 k people you know we'll take loans will take hardship withdrawals when they leave companies spell cash out their 401 case to help them deal with their financial issues so companies are trying to go above and beyond just educating people on how to budget and how to manage money um they're trying to incentivize people to first of all take advantage of these classes and second of all to take specific actions um often at the top of the list is establishing an emergency fun and why is it important for companies to do this well beat like i said you know e e e as a company a as an employer you know you often want to incentivize people to see for retirement um so that's one day they they.

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"chand" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"The subway and then though went up got up again after fuel stations and on the way up there was an accident someone fan left to bear the top of the escalated and you had the domino effect through the whole long escalated everyone was falling backward and i were some way in the middle and a big big document and on top of me meet and conduct pushed me into this edged of the escalate to you know those sharp edges and might wonder my legs was almost p though but uh survived it but then that came to the hospital and that picked up during the short hospital stay the hospital bacteria you know what this of course c diff and almost died and afterwards scenario recovered from its accuracy just using my method of the white light that i talk about in my book and then i looked at the book again and a set no that's not the right book it has to be different and just decided to re write the book in that took another to yes to sit down and get into the mood for that and then when s sat down and got into the mood dan i was vets to just chand or or the inflammation hmo and that's very apparent that when you is currently going the slow i bought a new car this week i had no plan buy a car and it was in my intention somewhere that may be next year i buy a car but literally one thing occurred in that i had a thought that i went somewhere and i walked on the lot there was i called my bank and then i went and it was like in 24 hours it was the simplest thing i've ever done and i said well when you're in the flow things actually come when you open your book it does seem like you have these incidents or where you know in the in the first part of the book where you think oh she died and came back here and in iran another and i'm like what is up with this woman she's gotta go way out there to get an you know this part of your life story so let's talk about macron couple minutes to open it when you're in the dentist to mean it truly completely off after i made the first chapter like the first opening and.

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"chand" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Uh you know in the tea party which became a here's conduit for the patriot militia movement um dan and likewise we've seen yet hour with trumpism is just as you become this huge conduit for the outright and white nationalism so the other racist outlet is four chan and they really going after bannon on four chand wanted them his quoted here bannon is too chummy with media and i want you use the word but it's a slur against jews trump talk to them but he is the front man and he also has the personality to not get stead pie them for all his talk bannon didn't really understand that the media is the enemy again attacking bannon but praising trump and then another one went after bannon for condemning the white nationalism on display in charlottesville in august and a you recall it happened in a sixty minutes interview and this is a quote from fortune bannon disavowed you not the riot trump at least put blame on the left for charlottesville so i don't think it she can make this point strongly enough david that the real heroes of the ort right bannon that donald trump and vladimir putin and i don't understand why the american people down and the media in this country don't recognize that trump has support from these people and that ought to be a a wake up call in itself should will yeah you'd think so i mean look in we have people out there committing hate crimes by uh while on you know using trump's name chanting trump trump trump as they commit assaults against minorities uh uh you know particularly moslems hispanics and lgbt people and.

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"chand" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on WLOB

"Long game that's the so forth a lot of folks so far i'm just wondering what this is going to do the economy even you've got now the tax cut that's going to help the economy obviously but now these people getting these bonuses just like that by the end of the year and what that could mean for the economy for the fourth quarter for these retailers out the interesting chad you're up next chand what's up uh i just wanted to explain to you folks y even if they if companies by their stocks back wow that's kind of a red herring by the democrats uh you understand the term large institutional investors like majel and then vanguard and mutual funds you know oh they're the ones that on the stocks that they're buying back in usually they buy back stocks when they've got a hit up hit a ceiling now i gotta go any higher so these two most the central loose talk oh you're you're covering your mouthpiece we came here you know i'm not going male anyway there they're glad to sell them back their stock because then they get money to invest in young up in common companies that are gonna spend money and hire people grain so this is a good thing right what's good about corporations by back stops the mutual funds will turn around and reinvest in hungary young companies that are wanting to grow there you go so it's good it's a winwin if they win win even if they buy stop back then you go all right she appreciate i thank you very much larry.

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"chand" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Scouts and the boy scouts girls are now part of our scouting programs venturing and see scouting geared towards outdoor activities exploring which is a career oriented mentoring program and i will but was by the way and explore as well as stem focusing on science and math but those programs are not offered a packed the eagles scouts for girls i don't know how many young ladies there are clamoring for an eagle scout designation the earlier this year the national organization for women urged the boy scouts to admit girls to their entire programming program rather supported the efforts of a new york teenager they sydney ireland to attain the rank of eagle scout as her older brother had done i just want to do with the boy scouts do earned the mirror badges and earn the eagle award the girl scouts is a great organization just not the program but i want to be part of i think girl should just have the same opportunities to be a member of any organisation they will by they for party they want regardless of gender and again i understand chand the mindset yeah then why not just add those elements into the girls it doesn't make any sense here's what i think and i heard somebody float this this morning why is is it really that they're trying they're they've had this huge response from families and and and kids he want to be a part of the boy's gals at their female or is it better attendance and na enrollment is down in the boy scouts in they're trying to increase their numbers that attempting in others partially them yes we'll see now and also are they not taking away from the girl scouts organisation as a whole when they start allowing i mean what's next the girl scouts are going allow boys and then what's the point would you believe that that was an app absolutely perfect segue the girl scouts have been cool to the idea of admitting girls into the boy scouts citing research that shows that many girls learn best in an office male environment now what they're referring to is and this goes back to cover the blending of the.

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"chand" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"A wheel a punishment on a bet if you're willing to put up a wheel a punishment on a bet i would i would that work with uh buffet well we we have hidden your face we could be creative could we could be creative in fact if you're watching now that you could see the chain arriving is really not that he's there but not there we can figure out are you willing to put up a bit of huila punishment impair you know looted appar because as far as we say no to bet that will have a very strong track record of that was not really there i mean what are the after the wheel ponca right now we don't have any way we can come up with a one but this is for seton and pauley if they're going to go a tandem with you since it's those two against you drug pushers they are you're happy with them so how about about only bali pitches a game here i'll give shape to bets to choose from michigan michigan's giving tend to michigan state we will take michigan state getting ten ships you want a piece of that goal although there you go that was you don't want the other option go khaki let's go 'capi all right all right so you got the harbaugh's given chand michigan state and a wheeler punishment is going to be on the line here all only what was.

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"chand" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"48 of new england on a quick out route june mike evans catches made on the far side at evans upset about years not been a huge factor here evans has the most targeted in the nfl her game entering week number five but tonight getting that passing game on track it just hasn't happened four catches 34 yard let's give gilmore lot accredited enacted above against ever go over the field and he's taken out of the gauge their fog you'll bore criticised wayne well tonight second of two from the forty handoff to sam's running to the right incentives have slammed down by butler malcolm butler a scrappy but it's a first out and so much was bela gill warned the belong coverages company and then he was the man caused the ball out of the big blaze in the butmir looks like what they're doing it is just saying listen goebel yuko point dan a bike evans will figure out what to do everywhere else and he's playing the heck of a game tonight for the patriots it's a first in chand at the thirty seven for tampa bay brock is move it we're down to eight tend to play fourth quarter sixteen seven pats take the jet sweet winston deep drop flow took four roger of the catch puts his foot in the ground an offfield with a cut and a first down out of bounds albany ershad chuck whereas rogers he's got that lower body strength a nice change of pace comparisons to guarantee scrolls.

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"chand" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"If you get really close will bark might while bite that's the dog of course you know has been abused a dog unlike this adorable little puppy i got to hold yesterday that has had a hard life has trusted and had that trust not be returned yes of course some human beings are cruel to animals cruel to dogs and most dogs suffer with it for years later i have so much love for those people who will actually take and abused dog there's so much harder to take and then just a new puppy its new puppies are just a joy but a dog has been abused a dog it's been mistreated a dog that has post traumatic stress it's very hard to get that dog to trust again it takes generally years not weeks not months years of kindness to undo the pain of a dogged it's been abused the same is true double with people if a child is abused if a teenager if uh some one is abused by their intimate partner it can take weeks months years to get over it if you're in the military and you've seen your buddies die of you've been attacked by terrorists maybe you knew some one on september 11th that can also take a very very long time to heal heck if you're out there and you see someone lost in a flood that could take a long time to heal as well i fear that our body politic suffers from this post traumatic stress i feel like and this by the way this isn't a republican or democratic thing i've seen it on both sides i've seen it on the left and the right and center and certainly on the fringe people are so angry they just can't think anymore and and i get it i get it don't some people say are mark you know you're good year state legislator and you know you've you've worked to congress in you've gone to all these ivy league school zd you know i get it i get it when confronted with things that i don't understand chand if my car isn't working.

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"chand" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"chand" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Point one wash your film on facebook and you'll know the latest celebrity news throat not sure if you saw the mtv video music awards last night but one of the stars that appeared was this woman who was on there and she was very excited an honor to have accepted the mtv michael jackson video vanguard award and during the broadcast as she gave some advice to her young daughter on loving yourself or hurry who you are i said sir i say a d themey growing my hair said no mama i said de cmi changing my body no momma dc mottain gene away i present myself to the world now mama do you see me selling out arenas all over the world yes ha ha look for her maybe girl we don't say we take the graveleine michelle and we make a pearl and we help other people to change so that they can see more kinds of beauty and in that it's shin they center locking on chand go i'll away mm he just like the.

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"chand" Discussed on RadioLab

RadioLab

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"chand" Discussed on RadioLab

"While chanting not divide not divide us but within hours his us his trolls iraq it was immediately seized on by four chan as a thing to ruin chan yes hey spell this word four chance each chand leaving know who is this four how do you describe four chan it's a it's a breeding ground for troll dumb basically the original purpose of it was a message board to discuss enemy but because it's this online forum that's open to anyone where everyone is anonymous it starts branching out in all these other weird direction some people want to do these funny innocuous memes were they wanna a lake make we know gifts of cats and they wanna keno rick role people and whatever but others got really dark keno they fit boats they started harassing women hosting a bunch of racists stuff and then it also turned into just this competition for who could do more taboo rude terrible things like their whole ethos i mean they really don't have any of those other than don't get so offended so they just say offensive shit until you get offended and at some point the troll east of the trolls thought the best way to be the greatest troll of them all is to be a protrump nationalist heat will not highnose so when shaya's livestream went live we're not to by knows they just sort of couldn't resist us trolling the shit out of shall of a so immediately they started to show up and start chanting things like fourteen 88 which is like a nazi fang or they would just do weird stuff start chugging milk or whatever and then lied milk well it's almost become a game to take the most innocuous thing and make it into a symbol of hate see no pepe the frog as cartoon character of a frog it it looks a little bit human but it slight green and has the big holding eyes so pep a was really just a regular old cartoon there was no nazi dna to pepe originally.

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"chand" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"chand" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Deal hurry it won't last long i'm ginger chand your air with ryan seacrest i wanted to win some of them i yeah seven the duma go was as soon guy phone tap with your drought the problem alban's grandma i don't know the job within julios these days you gotta deal if you moan it's pit you've then can you just the is oh sza lucky that's what this out of luck d formulas look this the as yes for this the puerto rico site in waco may modify go girl a bad thing good promised that gene the problem is hands is going as breeze of paris regards wanted vote remember but that's how they whose is name is dream been optus can you just there is great sza lucky that's what this lucky leslie this this.

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