17 Burst results for "Ershad"

"ershad" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

04:23 min | 2 months ago

"ershad" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Were they wait for the water to subside releasing. I a dove then a shot then a swallow than a raven to check for dry land. Then you make sacrifices and libations to the gods and although in lille is angry that someone had survived his great flood Advises him to make peace. And i wonder what animals sacrifice probably unicorns and dragons. That's why we don't have anymore. And they'll now blesses you and his wife and grants them everlasting life. Fuck bro mortality. And he takes him to live in the land of the gods and the island of dilmun. Those a great day for. That's a solid day when you get to be mortal now despite his initial reservations about why the god should give gilgamesh the same honor that he got the hero of the flood. You does reluctantly decide to offer. Gilgamesh chance of immortality. He challenges gilgamesh to stay awake for six days and seven nights to earn it but gilgamesh falls asleep before. He's even done talking fucking gilgamesh when he wakes up after a seven day. Nap this you ridicule ridicules. His failure sent him back to rook along with his ferryman. Ershad nabi. who's now in exile as they leave while they're leaving though yuna pushy tim's wife asked her husband to have mercy on gilgamesh for as long journey and tells gilgamesh of a plant that grows at the very bottom of the ocean. That will make him young again. Some immortality plant. He's been given the chance story. So fucking weird. Random gilgamesh now obtains the plant by binding stones to his feet as one does to allow him to walk in the bottom of the ocean he plans to use the flower to rejuvenate the old man of his city of uruk and then also use it on himself unfortunately he's careless and he says the plan on the shore of a lake. Why takes a bath then wall. He's taken a bath. Fucking snake comes along and takes the plant eats it and then loses..

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"ershad" Discussed on And Now The Hard Part

And Now The Hard Part

06:49 min | 3 months ago

"ershad" Discussed on And Now The Hard Part

"Of which are among the five countries that have the most muslims. So i guess the question is who gets to decide what islam is who gets to decide islam's role in public life yet so i think that when it comes down to it. Muslims are individuals especially in individualists culture. Like america's where we do value that each individual makes their own choices and ops for their own approach to religion and we have the freedom to pursue that here in the us as muslims. Than i've said. Before that. I think america today is the best place to be a muslim in large part because muslims don't have to worry about being persecuted by the state if they have unorthodox views that they can be muslim in their own way. And that's a very powerful thing. There's also some tensions too because if you're a muslim people think that you represent your group and sometimes you're expected to speak on behalf of muslims read large which is problematic in one example of this i think is whenever there is a terrorist attack that is committed by muslim. There's pressure on american muslims to offer condemnations that we have to put out a disclaimer on twitter or something before we say whatever else you wanna say we have to have a kind of pro forma denunciation. I've actually have a policy where i don't issue those condemnations because it should go without saying that as an american i'm against terrorist attacks kill civilians. No one should doubt that. Just because i happen to have been born muslim and so i think that we have to start moving away from this idea. In his ershad said it's muslims ultimately through their own individual actions who will shape how a slam evolves in the coming decades or centuries. I don't think that islam can be anything we wanted to be. I think there's a cradle foundation. I think there are things that just like to be a christian you believe in the divinity of christ in some fashion to be a muslim means that you believe certain things about the koran or believe that prophet muhammad was the last prophet so on and so forth so those are the core things but beyond those core things there is incredible richness in diversity shoddy. I was struck by how you said that one would rather be a muslim in the united states today than in any other country on earth. And you think of bangladesh or indonesia or even saudi arabia just expand on that a little bit wise it better to be a muslim in the united states than anywhere else. We'll first of all in the country of my parents egypt. Egypt has been pretty repressive country for much of its modern history. Unfortunately and if i had been born raised in egypt instead of the us. I would've lived a more constrained life in terms of the opinions that i could hold and share publicly so i think that islam flourishes in context of freedom and pluralism maybe not unlimited freedom. There's always limit to to freedom in different societies. But if you look historically at the so called. Golden ages of islam we see much more intellectual openness in intellectual inquiry where people weren't condemned for having an unusual position on a theological issue or debate and america provides that space to have intellectual debates about our faith and about deeper questions around doctrine in theology. So i think that if you value this kind of personal search for religious truth and being comfortable with your own religious identity and what could be more personal than that right than the. Us is a very good place to pursue that which by the way is precisely why in conversations like this. it's as important to analyze pressures to clam up and conform that are coming from within muslim communities as it is to look at pressures from mainstream society so square the circle for me your shot because on the one hand what i hear from you both is is that the united states is is a great place to be muslim but on the other hand so many of its policies have also showed an america at its worst. We've seen native ism. We've seen xenophobia. We've seen islamaphobia. How does that all add up. Well it adds up because human beings are complicated and when we don't know the other whoever that other may be it could be a muslim. It could be a queer person it could be somebody living in the south a white guy living in the south whoever your other is it's very easy to dehumanize that person or that group because you don't have a relationship with them but when people begin to develop relationships across divides that is when the love of which i spoke earlier in this conversation begins to emerge and the trust begins to develop and people begin to see well for all of our differences. We actually have some shared ground so it turns out that you're part of us and my us just got bigger money thanks earshot monje shoddy hamid shot. Monje is a scholar and author of. Don't label me how to do diversity. Without inflaming the culture ones and shoddy himmy is the author of islamic exceptionalism. How the struggle over slam is reshaping. The world. He's also a senior fellow at the brookings institution. Thanks for listening to global reboot. I'm raw viagra. While foreign policies editor in chief our podcast is a partnership between foreign policy and the doha for our production. Staff includes rosie. Julian rob sachs dan. Ephron darcy polder and simone peres next time on the podcast. I'm joined by professor and author rachel vogelstein to discuss how the fight for gender equality has been impacted by the pandemic. Let's face it. Women have been disproportionately more affected than men in terms of job losses shouldering more housework and family care so the question is how can the world do better at not leaving half of its population behind. That's next week on global..

"ershad" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:13 min | 9 months ago

"ershad" Discussed on No Agenda

"It had everything from twelve hundred dollar checks for people to all kinds of other programs that they wanted the mitch. Mcconnell then countered with something. He called the heels act which is hilarious overnight now h. e. l. s. would have been good but even though it was way lower it was about a trillion dollar deal it did include the twelve hundred dollar checks and so this is set the parameters of like where everybody was negotiating wise. It was going to be like a trillion dollars versus three point four trillion dollars. And you know this is sad were like were scrambling for crumbs and scraps from the elites and were actually arguing about the small pittance. They're they're tossing our way. It's it's really sad after. When was the last stimulus six months ago five months ago. Yeah please sir can have another kiss. Give me a little bit later. Dick dick and sonia dick and sonian dickinson waifs young boys with with crutches. Trying to give some coins that were tossed his way. Sounds like really does sound like please please have a little bit more. Well well i get my last. The last cova clips. I was a little weak from taibbi. I think he's usually bit more thorough on and on. I believe i had to cut it. Short okay He's busy right for sub. Stack your colleague over there. It's upset with we're all. Yes i write for the same publication that mad and glenn sub stack squad bagels staff pay. And and the doing podcast. Now substracted you notice that. Did they give you know. Yeah you can do a pilot in. Yes everybody's trying to get into the act as i just want him to be two point. Oh compliant go go. I'm over there now. So i can probably talk to him about word in. Yeah get get our tags in baby. Okay let's go to roll out of the vaccine. This is the bad rollout. Set setup a bad rollout setup. Abc news tonight. A reality check on the vaccine. Rollout operation warp speed hoping that twenty million americans will be vaccinated by the end of the month but so far just one million people have received the vaccine. So what's behind the delay. And what does that mean for that. Larger target of two hundred million doses delivered by the end of march. Here's abc's victor oquendo. would i miss. I miss the dude that can ensure like there was some reason. Let me hear it again tonight. A reality check on the vaccine. Rollout operation warp speed hoping that twenty million americans will be vaccinated by the end of the month but so far just one million people have received the vaccine. So what's behind the delight. And what does that mean for that. Larger target of two hundred million doses delivered by the end of march. Here's abc's victor oquendo. No lost it. Well it's again the one million where they got this one million number but it's been one million for five days now i keep hearing one million millions but they stopped shooting people. I don't know what it isn. Okay okay well. Let's go to roll out of the The big clip itself tonight as nursing home residents and healthcare workers are among the first to get the vaccine reality setting in that. The rollout isn't happening as quickly as setting in are happening is slower than the vaccine is making me hear things john. I can't hear straight anymore. Health and human services secretary alex. As are pledging this less than three weeks ago and so we're going to focus on those most vulnerable in those most on the front lines of treating people with covert with the initial forty million doses. In the next month operation warp speed. No saying they won't even meet their lower goal of having twenty million. Americans injected by month's end objective is the latest count nine million doses delivered but only a million americans have actually received injections so far the federal government has just not done enough for that last mile when it goes gets to the state and gets into people's arms. I'm hoping that pace picks up this week and next but if it does. And i think we're gonna start getting concerned about whether we can get all these vaccines out to people quickly. You know the federal government however saying they're still hoping to have two hundred million vaccine doses delivered by the end of march some of that hope now coming to rural america maderna's vaccine which doesn't require special refrigeration like pfizer's here about to take off from boise idaho for more distant parts of the state and there is now a third vaccine on the horizon. Operation warp speed expects johnson and johnson to apply that emergency use authorization by early february any given the green light. There will begin mid to late february wit a lot riding on this other. Vaccines victor. thank you thought. Thought since the talking points are in every report the get it into your arm. We want to put the vaccine in arms in arms which is a total research talking point. What is the least offensive way to tell people. We want to get it into them as soon as possible. What the most effective way and they came up with get into arms as quickly as possible. Don't even say shoot you in. Just get it into the arm. Is it possible. Did they have nine or ten million doses out there and really only a million people have showed up so far and they're grasping it up to get people. Hey we gotta go now. Everyone evacuate ed new variant. Is it possible. People are just sitting out for a bit have every intention of getting it. After some other people have received it plywood. Because i'm of the theory that people lined up around the block. Get his shot because they're told to do that. Their rule followers motion california than you. Get a million shots done tomorrow. But i can't argue against. That's at that being a possibility. 'cause we were giving no evidence one way or the other. Why this is they. Just tell us there's a couple of things they've they refuse to talk about one they want. Is this the case. They have shots available. Everyone's got him shooting up everybody to gary Aoc dot that is one thing that bugs me which is lack of information about that. The other thing is i still have not had it explained to me out or could i find out why the fis ershad has to be damn near frozen. Because it's what if he gets. The room temperature's just go bad into there's one second goes bad not in one second after a few hours. If a thaws out there was a pretty good. let's see if i have it in the shona. It was a pretty good. What is the process of of going bad. I mean is it does oxidized. Which doesn't you can put in in a oxygen free environment to prevent that. So let's just take that out of the equation pay. I think. I think you're asking too many questions i think should have the the health authorities come and check on you. We're one world one health. Baby what's your problem. Be quiet. there's a great article that i put in the show notes way too long to read but it's reverse engineering the source code of the bio and tech advisor sars cov two vaccine and they break it down all the way down to the genetic code. Explain how it's all done but there was kind of something interesting about What was the worst comparison comparison here that i liked. The you can take a look at this in the show notes or being dot. Io.

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"ershad" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:13 min | 9 months ago

"ershad" Discussed on No Agenda

"It had everything from twelve hundred dollar checks for people to all kinds of other programs that they wanted the mitch. Mcconnell then countered with something. He called the heels act which is hilarious overnight now h. e. a. l. s. would have been good but even though it was way lower it was about a trillion dollar deal it did include the twelve hundred dollar checks and so this is set the parameters of like where everybody was negotiating wise. It was going to be like a trillion dollars versus three point four trillion dollars. And you know this is sad were like were scrambling for crumbs and scraps from the elites and were actually arguing about the small pittance. They're they're tossing our way. It's it's really sad after. When was the last stimulus six months ago five months ago. Yeah please sir can have another kiss. Give me a little bit later. Dick dick and sonia and sonian dickinson waifs boys with with crutches. Trying to give some coins that were tossed his way. Sounds like really does sound like please please have a little bit more. Well well i get my last. The last cova clips. I was a little weak from taibbi. I think he's usually bit more thorough g- on and on. I believe i had to cut it. Short okay He's busy right for sub. Stack your colleague over there. It's upset with we're all. Yes i write for the same publication that mad and glenn sub stack squad bagels staff pay. And and the doing podcast. Now substracted you notice that. Did they give you know. Yeah you can do a pilot in. Yes everybody's trying to get into the act as i just want him to be two point. Oh compliant go go. I'm over there now. So i can probably talk to him about word in. Yeah get get our tags in baby. Okay let's go to roll out of the vaccine. This is the bad rollout. Set setup a bad rollout setup. Abc news tonight. A reality check on the vaccine. Rollout operation warp speed hoping that twenty million americans will be vaccinated by the end of the month but so far just one million people have received the vaccine. So what's behind the delight. And what does that mean for that. Larger target of two hundred million doses delivered by the end of march. Here's abc's victor oquendo. would i miss. I miss the dude can ensure that there was some reason. Let me hear it again tonight. A reality check on the vaccine. Rollout operation warp speed hoping that twenty million americans will be vaccinated by the end of the month but so far just one million people have received the vaccine. So what's behind the delight. And what does that mean for that. Larger target of two hundred million doses delivered by the end of march. Here's abc's victor oquendo. No lost it. Well it's again the one million where they got this one million number but it's been one million for five days now i keep hearing one million millions but they stopped shooting people. I don't know what it isn. Okay okay well. Let's go to roll out of the The big clip itself tonight as nursing home residents and healthcare workers are among the first to get the vaccine reality setting in that. The rollout isn't happening as quickly as setting in are happening is slower than the vaccine is making me hear things john. I can't hear straight anymore. Health and human services secretary. Alex are pledging this less than three weeks ago. And so we're going to focus on those most vulnerable in those most on the front lines of treating people with covert with the initial forty million doses. In the next month operation warp speed. No saying they won't even meet their lower goal of having twenty million. Americans injected by month's end objective is unlikely the latest count nine million doses delivered but only a million americans have actually received injections so far. The federal government has just not done enough for that last mile when it goes gets to the state and gets into people's arms. I'm hoping that pace picks up this week and next but if it does. And i think we're gonna start getting concerned about whether we can get all these vaccines out to people quickly. You know the federal government however saying they're still hoping to have two hundred million vaccine doses delivered by the end of march some of that hope now coming to rural america maderna's vaccine which doesn't require special refrigeration like pfizer's here about to take off from boise idaho for more distant parts of the state and there is now a third vaccine. On the verizon operation warp speed expects johnson and johnson to apply that emergency use authorization by early february any given the green light. There will begin mid to late february. Quit a lot riding on this. Other vaccines victor. Thank you thought. Thought since the talking points are in every report the get it into your arm. We want to put the vaccine in arms in arms which is a total research talking point. What is the least offensive way to tell people. We want to get it into them as soon as possible. What the most effective way and they came up with get into arms as quickly as possible. Don't even say shoot you in. Just get it into the arm. Is it possible. Did they have nine or ten million doses out there and really only a million people have showed up so far and they're grasping it up to get people. Hey we gotta go now. Everyone evacuate ed new variant. Is it possible. People are just sitting out for a bit have every intention of getting it after some other people have received it by would because i'm of the theory that people lined up around the block. Get his shot. Because they're told to do that. Their rule followers motion california than you. Get a million shots done tomorrow. But i can't argue against. That's at that being a possibility. 'cause we were giving no evidence one way or the other. Why this is they. Just tell us there's a couple of things they've they refused to talk about one they want. Is this the case. They have shots available. Everyone's got him shooting up everybody to gary Got a shot. That is one thing that bugs me which is lack of information about that. The other thing. Is i still have not had. It explained to me out or could i find out why the fis ershad has to be damn near frozen. Because it's what if he gets. The room temperature's just go bad into yeah there's one second goes bad not in one second after a few hours. If a thaws out there was a pretty good. let's see if i have it in the shona. It was a pretty good. What is the process of of going bad. I mean is it does oxidized. Which doesn't you can put in in a oxygen free environment to prevent that. So let's just take that out of the equation. Okay i think. I think you're asking too many questions i think should have the the health authorities come and check on you. We're one world one health. Baby what's your problem. Be quiet. there's a great article that i put in the show notes way too long to read but it's reverse engineering the source code of the bio and tech advisor sars cov two vaccine and they break it down all the way down to the genetic code. Explain how it's all done but there was kind of something interesting about Let me see. The worst comparison had a comparison. Here that i liked the. You can take a look at this in the show notes or being dot. Io.

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"ershad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"ershad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'm so disgusted by tittle that I find him very intoxicating. All right. Well, thank you for that and welcome back to the show Rick tittle with the you coast to coast and around the world on the American forces network. just got a message that Claudio Reyna will be calling. Which I didn't know about but When Claudio Calls will definitely throw them on the air. But That's why my nickname in college was last minute Jones. Over the new MLS team Austin FC, he's going to be the sporting director there. All right. Well, that's cool. One Eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight play to get in and get hurt. The World Series is this finally the year the dodgers do and if they do, it's going to be because of one guy. And that guy is named mookie Betts. I mean seriously what? What a difference a guy like that makes and you could say, well. The whole team's talented. Talented But for whatever reason, they've never been able to get it done when it mattered. Right. They just they just never have. and. So When you think about. Can, one person puts you over the top and this is why when you have Money that you spend you think oh my gosh mookie betts is Making so much money and it's just insane. What are you paying them all that money for you pam from that money for for times like this. And it can get infectious and I just wonder if you're a red sox fan watching this with just a sour. Look on your face right now. Just, a sour look. Because you realize. That You realize that he. Should still be land. For the beantown squad. But he isn't. So. What are you? GonNa do. Their instances relation ACA. But bellinger. When you think about I, mean Kershaw. Stepping up. Ershad can't get it done in the playoffs Blah Blah Blah I remember hearing that about Barry Bonds. Throw out sid bream at the plate is slower than till news with Pittsburgh. The Gyros he just goes away and then in the world. Series Jarrod Washburn I've never seen A. Home run in my life. Just have never. Ever seen it. So that's why I. I just think when you have one guy. Who is Going to be. A difference maker. That's why you pay all that money and it could be the difference between. One hundred million dollars over the life of a contract. For one at that, and I made a note of that few years ago when the as lost to Detroit in back to back years. And they lost to the Tigers because of one guy and that's Justin verlander. You won the deciding game both times and you think about the money he was making. which was an insane amount of cash, but he does it because. Of the fact that he He's You pay a guy that much money to make a difference when it counts. All Right, very happy to welcome to the show Claudio. Reyna. One of the best players that the United States is ever put out on a soccer pitch. And cloudy Arenas here to talk about Austin F C as he'll be running things down in Texas and Claudio I got to see it twice. I. Saw you play White Hart Lane when you were with city Tottenham Fan I also got to see play in Gelsenkirchen against the Czech Republic when you. When you hit the post, is that seemed like one hundred years ago to you or does that seem like yesterday? Yeah. I it does feel like many many years ago but. I remember him at least. I get sometimes asked about moments back in the day high school and college that I. Don't remember. Those Games and playing White Hart Lane then also at the World Cup so funding fun memories not sure if we wanted lane but and we didn't win with the US against Czech Republic. It's still looking back critic experience. Yeah You didn't win that game at the lane, and of course, we remember three nil. Game in Germany, but let's move onto today and by the way, speak in Germany congratulations on your son must be a thrill to watch him Yeah, it's great. It's great. It's fun. He's At a great club and in a great league and you know, so just the sort of its breakthrough. Getting experience getting there is fantastic. So yeah, it's of course, fun to watch and and proud to as you know to see him develop and grow as a person and and players. It's it's awesome the city. Let's talk a little bit about Austin fc it's a brand. New Team is going to be an last next year you got a brand new stadium. As. Well but what? You must not any sleep right now I mean it's the busy as we gear up and busy. As we get closer to our inaugural. Twenty twenty one. funder building being part of building club, and. The staff I The team behind the team of players that will then bring in we're ready actively, of course, scouting and working on recruiting players and. I made. To to build the first professional sports franchise in the city like Austin is a great privilege all of us at the club and you know it's a a great selling point the incoming players.

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"ershad" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ershad" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And here's her show. Ershad's bounced out and he's double You scored the only run in this game. Obviously, the Giants You can't walk him. You can't pitch to carefully to him. But pitchers have done way too much damage already this year at the plate against the Giants, and Kershaw in particular. So here's Kershaw Giants. Now relax in the in few golden throws to Kershaw and it's low one ball and no strikes and part of the pressure of the situation is It's Kershaw, who's on the mound tonight. If you fall behind by more than a run, it's your chances are not good. Go down again throws and there's a strike at the knees. Her. She'll look back to see if Joe was called it on the swing. I think he called it on the pitch, and it's one ball in one strike. And the pitch swinging a broken bat grounder to scooter Scooter, awaiting for bill to get to the bag he does, and her show is thrown out to end the inning. So opportunities wasted again. For the Dodgers is they leave them loaded. Giants do.

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"ershad" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"ershad" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

"Child. Were really you could go to your new therapist and spend a year in psychology therapy which is great but or you can take one bath and go. Oh shoot God it again it. It's the easiest form of inner child work potion kind of the case. That was it. That was so cool. First of all she'd totally nailed me with the chatter rain rate that I have to breathe and use my vowels. 'cause I totally get monkey brain and I can't sleep at night and I haven't million lists in my head and that's so me so I need to start doing. I have started a little bit but I need to get good about it and the moon and the whole thing and then the bathtub thing. I did it last night. You were coaching me like you need to do it. I decided since we're in quarantine. I don't WanNa waste my milk so I used eggnog. That was still good from Christmas even tasted if I was okay. I figured it was milky Yeah it just happened. And it was weird. So I made a video I'll put it on patriotic by the way so I yeah I did the whole thing. I just sat there. I put all the ingredients in the bathtub. I let the candle told everyone. Leave me alone. Lock the doors. Lay there for a while. Got Really into that head. Space of little girl five or six years old and really did kind of channel. That feeling of that was like wonderment. It was like anything's possible. And I love drawing and I love creating and I love writing and I'm no good artists and I was just so confident about everything and I liked my friends and I like school and then the one big kind of armament was probably because I was. I remembered being on a playground and playing. I like boys I was always boy crazy and so I would play chase pin these boys down and kiss him right. That was the game and I did just one little boy and then I got made fun of for it and it turned out because he was black and so for me is just like what just flabbergasted by the whole thing so that feeling came back and but it was weird while it was happening in my heart rate was going crazy. Maybe I was thinking about that. Kiss no but my heart was really being fast. An tears are coming out of the corners of my eyes. Even as Ershad was kind of crazy and but I think the takeaway really was get back to that place of confidence and not let anyone knock you down and be creative and own it one hundred percent and just know that it's all good and so that's kind of how I came out of. It was really cool. It was really cool. Highly recommend everyone do the good witch spell. Very cool okay. Let's do a quick shout for podcast. Friend her PODCAST IS NAPTIME Nancy. Let's here do you have an.

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"ershad" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Peak years and if not they're going to. They're not going to be reward on the way out anymore. We gotta find some Middle Ground here. Teams don't WanNa play a player late and they don't WanNa pay a player early. So you gotTa pick one. You GotTa pick your poison and the reason this came up. Kershaw brought it up was because at the home run Derby you have Vladimir Guerrero junior and you had a pita Lonzo from the mets the final both guys are making five hundred two thousand dollars here and the winner in the home runs ever is GonNa make a million. They're going to be double the money that they're getting paid. That's wild that is why they're talking work stoppage now. I don't know if baseball though can sustain that because they're already clearly the third sport I think in the national national scope that has to hurt George. You remember like fifteen years ago. People would say the N._B._A.. The baseball players union was the strongest unionists for it was right and that and it might still be and baseball bowl like baseball players have a better in terms of their benefits and everything in totality than any other sport and now here we are like just shocking to me that were to play baseball. Players are are the things it's because the owners and the G._M.'s changed the game basically the last two offseason right so they're like well. We'll we'll we'll. We'll now like one years. An outlier in anomaly two years is a lot different you know so I don't blame Clayton Kershaw for saying that now Clayton Kershaw Ershad the benefit of the doubt he got a sweetheart deal but he's what he's saying speaking for those players speaking which is honestly that's good. That's very because not every guy needs he. You know he can very easily. Just be like you know what I'm saying so I'd like that. Clayton Kershaw Shaw did that because you've got to think about when you bring that up as a concern in collective bargaining agreement that means you're going to have to concede something and the the concession that will probably happen is something that impacts a guy like him a guy like him exactly right but I think if you can shave off two or three years of that first of the arbitration of those young is then. I think that's that's a huge win for that. The other thing is also did not have a excuse my ignorance. They don't have a rookie scale or something like that they do but it's so basically my question is was was bladder junior a diamond in the rough. No no no no he's he. He's I know so he gets a signing bonus right and then after that he's getting paid garbage Reich comparatively liberty speaking five hundred thousand dollars a lot of money for a lot of people compared to the other business they they have him under cost control for six sizes. Gotcha show that that's a long time that's too long. That's way too long because even the the N._B._A.. At six seasons you're you're into your private right right like N._B._A.. About say we got four years I bryant but you have to if you're going to extend you extend <hes> actually before the beginning of the fourth year right so the idea that like imagine a great example for people who are N._B._A.. Fans <hes> Janas was drafted in twenty thirteen. He just finished his six year. Imagine if Janas making half a mil right and doing what he just did it is insane M._v._p.. Of the League sixers too long yeah it's just ridiculous. I'm just trying to think. Why wasn't that an issue earlier for I'll explain on the other side plus? I want to get to the man at E._S._P._N.. WHO's blaspheming against the Lakers Asia and their place in the southern California sports lexicon? We'll get to that in four minutes. I mean hanging out Saddam Show E._S._p._N.. Sit Down and show your at E._S._P._N.. L._A.. We have a would bump so we're GONNA have to put everything on hold. The Oklahoma City Thunder have agreed.

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"ershad" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"They made them more human like the Monkees got smarter and had superior memories compared to an altered monkey also trending of his our Bloomberg is reporting that Amazon workers are eavesdropping on people who talk with Alexa, including listening to people singing to themselves in having arguments. All right when you hear the name, Kathy Ireland. What image does that conjure up? Really good one. Right. And especially if you're like thirty forty years old, probably a few Sports Illustrated swimsuit covers because she was thirteen of them in the nineteen eighties and nineties Ireland. Cindy, Crawford L McPherson. They all just dominated the modeling world. These days Ireland is on top of a retail empire with seventeen thousand products under her name. She is my guest this week on my podcast. I call. Call it a fresh agenda. I talked to innovators entrepreneurs and thought leaders and Ireland credits her parents for her entrepreneurial, fire and social activism for labor relations. But you know, we grew up his kids valley says Ershad as we were never allowed to eat great, Emily trips border on a where you know. We would see the cardboard houses where the majority of people on earth may have been those kind of conditions. Helped to shape my thinking about how people are treated what we began our brands that a single pair of socks surprise factor in sections. That was the first thing we did in. It's something we continue to do that. With our diamonds. We do it with with everything and mom is amazing. My mom is ultimate entrepreneurs. She I mean, everything during my childhood from babysitting jobs to she would make these hoax or downs in the seventies. And I would make jewelry that when I was seven years old that would go along with her Holzer downs. And I'd make handbags and we sell them at art fairs on the beach. She started at how cleaning cleaning business which do anything but back to school when I was a teenager to become a nurse. So about gave me a lot of courage and confidence to but I always knew I could do anything for a living. I mean, you know, I was blessed with good health, and I. Really do anything. She comes from humble beginnings. Right. Yeah. Exactly her mom did house cleaning, and we'll a bunch of different kinds of jobs as she was growing on. And. Yeah, she she really does. And we want to talk a little bit more. But first we do need to get to traffic..

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"ershad" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"To answered back Barca farside equa past the neutral zone. Dad Nov off to the far. Wing for Barkov chara clogged the lane Alberta on back to play around here. But your side, it's McEvoy and outlet pass finds Marcus Johansson, he'll take it through the neutral zone. He drives down to a right stays with it on the four check to Boston. He's taken down side of the net. Sure. On the drive in front of goal and the puck rockets off to the far corner. Ershad had a chance in close. They're out to the far point sharp. You'll keep it in for Boston. It's rattled down to the end boards at glad is tied up by Marsh and the Bruins keep control Johansen out today. Right point McEvoy axe crossed the line. Charles F, circle and fraud Johansen. Dad like Mattison able to steal it away for the Panthers. Gives to Hoover to-, he'll bring it up towards center. Dumps it down to our left wasn't quite the center though. It's going to be an ice and call panther sixteen twenty-five left here in this first period of action, no score between the Panthers. The boston. Bruins a off coming up dead or right in the near circle inside the Panthers zone. Mentioned the Panthers back home against the Washington. Capitals. Defending Stanley Cup champions come at seven o'clock on Monday night by four eight three five four Panthers. Dot com. Ticketmaster dot com. For tickets off the face off down to our right, Erin. Plaid able to grab control the Madison skies went out towards center that clears the zone Panthers. Get a line change in the Bruins back ahead. Doc. Dumps it down to a right preachy. I one in Boston each running to the boards by Josh Brown rolling puck to the near corner. Mark passed back up the nearside couldn't retry Shan with that one. But Bassus to Dryden hunt, and he's going to set one across to the far side for Josh Brown gets over the Bruins line roles. One of the boards and the Panthers looked to keep it down low. But Boston breaks it out quickly Ross long pass and on the right side. It's not try to wrap. It around centers won his past bound star Troy hours mishandled a little bit by posture. Inaugu took a town behind the Panthers goal now from center ice. It's ripped in by lock it away by to harass and the puck cleared out by Carlo so down to our right Keith Yandell to play. Picked up his fiftieth assist.

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"ershad" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And gene of it's realty executives integrity. If you have concerns about moving out of your house or having a loved one move out of their house sell their house down. Downsize their treasures this event. Coming up is something you do not want to miss. I was there last year. I'll be there this year, but the real star of the show, Bruce, and gene, and their panel of experts Gina tough part can be knowing when it's time to sell that family home. It's very hard. But we work with all of our clients. And we have a group of people that we rely on to help them financial planners downsizers to get ready and prepare their home and right now as a peak time to get it on the market, and that's what we're here for seniors a lot of nervousness too. I sense it that people aren't sure where the real estate market is headed. Yes, I will be covering that in great detail at the seminar in March fifth there's going to be experts in every single area that are going to help you realize we can do this. We hope you can make it. It's March fifth burner botanical gardens. Seating is limited. So please be sure to register at senior realtor dot com senior real tour dot com, gene. Thank you so much for what you do. Thank you. John. Twenty-eight? Wisconsin's morning news where Steve Steve's feeding is next morning, sir. So are both old during the break. We're talking about neighbor placement Sydney surgery, and Jim peck, always calls at the organ recitals guys of our age get together, and you start talking about everything that's falling apart on you. Did you play football? No, I didn't either. So why the heck did we have all these expeditions AWS, all my professional life? Anything in my knees? Ershad how did that work and all that grilling and fun stuff? I think it's as bad bad life choices. So we are. We are functioning. That was the way our voices still work a great show today. We're gonna cover a lot of different topics. Of course, the president of the state of the union speech tonight. We'll we'll deliver some of his last year's speech. Just give you a flavor with that sounded like, and then I'll give you my take. And where I think he needs to go tonight the opportunity that that exists in the speech, he'll be addressing Madam speaker. So that that's a significant change from last year. And some interesting stories is Mary Poppins racist. I saw that story pop last night. It's like you really gotta make that stretch should Columbus park become indigenous peoples park in Milwaukee, that's one of the ones we're going to dissect on the show today. And I'm going to have a guest on eleven o'clock are talking about food allergies in adults. Nurse practitioner is going to join me and talk about what's going on with that. We saw story on CBS Sunday morning about children peanut butter allergies. Peanut allergies, which always fascinated me. That never was a thing when I was a kid. No for someone to ask you about that. And how that relates because that's one of those things that people really aware, especially when you're on a flight. Citing southwest. No peanuts anymore. I saw the interview with on CBS. And the woman says, I don't want to change our kids behavior. I want other people to change to meet those needs. So it's an interesting dilemma that a lot of businesses face and community small dip into that one about eleven oh seven or so so lots to talk about today right now, it's eight thirty WTMJ breaking his center. Here's Jane Matenaer. Thank you. Steve general Mitchell international airport is now named Milwaukee Mitchell international airport the official change came Monday. It's intended to prevent name confusion for out of state travelers. The airport says the museum honoring general Bill Mitchell stays signs with a new name will be going up throughout the year. A spokesman for the president's inaugural committee says a subpoena from federal prosecutors in New York is being reviewed, but they do intend to cooperate. Prosecutors. Want dark documents part of a federal inquiry into a fund that it has faced mounting scrutiny into how it raised and spent the money. The investigation is the latest in a string of criminal enquiries. The president delivers the state of the union tonight will carry it live starting at eight PM on wwl. TM J bail has been set for two adults and a teenager arrested in the death of a seven-year-old Wisconsin boy who was allegedly beaten forced to carry around a heavy law for hours and buried in the snow. The fifteen year old boy charged with I agree reckless homicide in the death of Ethan Hawke Schultz, his cash bail set at one hundred and fifty thousand dollars bail for Timothy Schultz at one hundred thousand dollars Tina mckeever households at seventy five thousand dollars. They were court appointed guardians time for the WTMJ Drake in associates market update at the opening bell. The Dow is up forty eight at twenty five thousand to eighty seven. The NASDAQ is up twelve at seventy three fifty nine the SNP up five at twenty seven thirty stick out the roadways. How's it going Debbie lives again? Well, at this point, we're moving on relatively well. We got eastbound ninety four between the zoo and downtown back down to.

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"ershad" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"So share what about you what are some some outstanding questions things that you're exploring that we don't have full answers to yet well what i need to get smart on it is more lid i guess immediate and logistical than anything else which is how will these tariffs be imposed they're supposed to get imposed at customs according to as i understand it the customs value at the time of import so what is that price right and that dictates how big the tariff ultimately be and thus the final price of solar panels in the us so you know prices had been in the high 30s in the us in the runup to this decision they they jumped up into the mid or high 40s will they pop back down into the '30s who reports at price what is that actually even in terms of you know how basically how do you impose a thirty percent tariff um what is that calculated based on at so that presumably has been solved in other cases where their import tariffs but i don't know how it works with glee shell konjic ershad catherine hamilton thank you all so much for taking the time and to explore this issue every every one of you is travelling this week and you all made it happen so our listeners benefit greatly and we're going to continue exploring this issue over the the coming weeks as you know the projections get more refined and we start seeing how the industry reacts m than the international negotiations unfold if it up if it all they do i'm steven lacey this has been a collaborative episode between the interchange and the energy gang thank you all for tuning in if you have other questions you want us to answer contact us at podcasts at greentech media dot com be sure to follow both the interchange and the energy gang anywhere you get podcasts and follow us on twitter as well take care we will catch you next week this has been a production of greentech media doc.

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"ershad" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on The Interchange

"Um so share what about you what are some some outstanding questions things that you're exploring that we don't have full answers to yet well what i need to get smart on it is more lived i guess immediate and logistical than anything else which is how will these tariffs be imposed they're supposed to get imposed at customs according to as i understand it the customs value at the time of import so what is that price right and that dictates how big the tariff ultimately be and thus the final price of solar panels in the us so you know prices had been in the high 30s in the us in the runup to this decision they they jumped up into the mid or high 40s will they pop back down into the '30s who reports at price what is that actually even in terms of you know how basically how do you impose a thirty percent tariff um what is that calculated based on at so that presumably has been solved in other cases where their import tariffs but i don't know how it works with glee shell konjic ershad catherine hamilton thank you all so much for taking the time and to explore this issue every every one of you is travelling this week and you all made it happen so our listeners benefit greatly and we're going to continue exploring this issue over the the coming weeks as you know d projections get more refined and we start seeing how the industry reacts m than the international negotiations unfold if it up if it all they do i'm steven lacey this has been a collaborative episode between the interchange and the energy gang thank you all for tuning in if you have other questions you want us to answer contact us at podcasts at greentech media dot com be sure to follow both the interchange and the energy gang anywhere you get podcasts and follow us on twitter as well take care we will catch you next week this has been a production of greentech media doc.

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"ershad" Discussed on Women Worldwide

Women Worldwide

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on Women Worldwide

"And the house of the role that i was playing in hr communications i got to work on some of the integration communications anc began working with my counterparts on the fives ershad i'm which for me wound up being wonderful explains um and then fis are asked me to join them and i wasn't sure if i wanted to or not um because it wasn't what i had been thinking up but my second child came along and fis her lina was whose rather generous with wanting me to stay with new company i thought okay one out so i did um and then i got involved heavily involved in integration in some when i less them in two thousand in aids i moved to merck um knowing that i wanted to get back into more traditional corporate communications overtime and i was with them for about nine months and boom scheringplough merger came along and because of all the experience i had had with fis room pharmacia and not integration um i was i was wellpositioned to be able to help merck i'm on the inside with without acquisition as well with that was it easier the the second time going through the acquisition process it was easier for me individually because i sort of new the ropes i mean each situation is different course but there was a lot of familiarity with the territory en en from me on burma career and in really from a psychological perspective it was it was familiar to me it wasn't familiar to a lot of people that i worked with because moore didn't have um i history really of mergers last merger that they done was in the mid on twentiethcentury larger last large scale much.

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"ershad" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Now these mother fuck has bypassed ershad's spot and decided to go ahead opened up a set of heat on steve almost it she had their they've was kagan might ask thing initiate outta me i was selling lack ricky more than a soldout house white neat baby face and i'm thinking to myself now you know i'm dome for stand in his damn ants but i ain't stupid stupid would be standing air longer so they can continue to kick my ass and you know it's one thing if i'm a bother the aunt if i had intended to bother him that they would sning me but i'm just dan and out there trying to groom us in my chicken ain't trying to bother nobody i'm sorry ants if i have invaded your territory i'm just passing through about a thirty day stay and i will be off an out of your way but no these ungrateful sorry mother fokker's don't wanna share a meal they go to war goma fee my toes my ankles that'd be it in the fuck out a me i'm going to shan spot so i figured okay ganked up my socks against on my shoes beat misuse together get all at am and south of him and i said well she had i ain't got no gasoline to put on him i ain't got no aid sprayed apart on him and him gotta flies water if i wanted to hit him on the ground among us that they're unbeatable mmma shoes and it just took off something a what can i do to extract some revenge what can i do to make some type of comeback because they drew first blood that's a rambeau said that's what john j rambeau said they drew first blood not be for mother fokker's you drew first blood on steve altered and i don't take it too lightly modifiers goes thing in my fee when i'm just trying to grill subscribes chicken at you ain't gonna get away with it so i said was shit iin rocket scientists how do you whip up a comeback on about four hundred ads.

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"ershad" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"And once again my meal sweepstakes on twitter or instagram let me see what do we have here of this news just happening the ravens ofensive wyman john urge show is 26 years of age he just retired he'd been there i think three seasons as baltimore's often should wyman and this i guess this is based on what the study that just came out on ct is is is that the reason why he's announce his retirement or is it just the timing of this seems coincidental pauley there's been no statement by ershad but he the peach state candidate mathematics at mit he's i taking classes there now um he said he wanted to play in the league in a heated article in 2015 for the players tribune why i still play football who said he envy chris boardman of leaving the sport really early he also said that he understands the risks of football but he's also addicted to it he said i love hitting people that's rush when you get out there on the field that nothing else in life can replace ledee here's something that says a team source said that his decision was linked to the results of that study that came out two days ago about a ct so uh the ravens don't abdul flaco may be for a month and they've lost an offensive wyman are urged it was in that a commercial with jj watt isn't he at like a a smart guy commercial young he's i get the black port way calling djidji what though was out there even jj's like your smarter than me i don't know what you're talking about yeah yup oil that have a couple of years or tyler varga the running back out of yale that we had in studio here he got a concussion as rookie and he was getting a lot of playing time for the cult at running back he got a pretty serious concussion who retired after i think just one or one and a half years a.

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"ershad" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"ershad" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"As a reporter for the for the dow's point news i mean i'm beginning to go to communities whether it's with here in chicago for example in san diego in in dallas where employers are beginning to ask me why aren't the mexicans coming anymore uh there's a real sense of what's going to happen next i i i think that i mean the mexicans are the boogeyman there the punching bags these days but i think that the day is coming soon were americans will really miss mexicans mean you can't really talk about onesidedly other without the mexicans and i i am i can tell you i mean it's i don't i don't detect outrage underpar when whenever an interview immigrants about the current climate a but there is a sense of a people being feeling betrayed being hurt people feeling like you continue this path you're basically second the way the soul of this country near the whole sense that uh that this can be a better country this will be a a two when when anecdote that always resonates with me and this was an nineteen sixty eight and was still debating this i've been living in in in the united states for three years when california were in the fields bobby kennedy had just been assassinated and a just three interject you your your mom was involved with the farmworkers ends says ershad is an eight was no famously leading a movement for farm worker rights the bobby kennedy embraced as his own right my mother's very involved which is kind of controversial because as a tara's in those days did not really walk on undocumented mexicans felt that they were driving wages down my mother was a green card holder and she would argue with us with the task people and say look we all care about human rights we need to find villabate i mean it was interesting to my mother will a homemaker look very quiet kind of meek at home you you come to the united states and sunny she becomes a raising help bad left and right there with the unity or even lead in strikes and i would i would just watches who is this woman now but when bobby kennedy died.

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