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"eshel" Discussed on KCRW
"Considered from NPR news. You're listening to KCRW. I'm not going The insurrection of the U. S. Capitol by a mob of pro trump extremists was shocking, disturbing and leaves a glaring stain on our country. While lawmakers did their constitutional duty. The capital was breached for the first time since the war of 18 12. Was a lot to process so we wanted to check in and see how you're feeling about the unprecedented events. We witnessed. Kcrw's Daniel Chard y O has been talking to listeners and joins us now with some reactions and reflections. Hi, Danny and a map. We started asking listeners of what they were thinking as these events are unfolding, and this online responses stood out to me, this person said. Quote. It's another in a litany of superbly surreal days and so hard to absorb the reality of what actually happened. That rings very true for me. Is that the sentiment you've been hearing Oh, yeah, absolutely met something. We've heard a lot about from our audience. Is this fear of our democracy dying one person that I checked in with his Valerie Taylor Stoner. She was at work in Burbank when she found out what was happening. And like many of us, she was shocked to see what was unfolding. I'm sad. Our democracy has become so twisted as to invalidate the very thing it was created to protect its people and its freedoms, so that we also shared with me that she's a buyer. Eshel Woman and the Cheese honestly is excited for the new administration and see a woman like Vice President elect Kamila Harris on your way to the White House. What She did mention to me the double standard in the police response to the insurrection, which was a largely white group versus what we saw this summer. When those were calling for racial justice. We're clear from a squared with tear gas and officers in riot gear. They can't imagine any of us keeping the same kind of access and the police response was so drastically different from when black lives matter. Protests were happening that It trips me out the disparity that exists. That's been a common sentiment we've been hearing about, and another thing that sort of been bubbling up through all this is that yesterday was incredibly shocking, but it was not unbelievable, given the years of incendiary rhetoric for the president and his allies. For every person who told us they were outraged or disgusted by yesterday's events. We were sent a message that said this was the natural result of presidents Trump's actions and his inability to accept the results of the election. I spoke with one woman. Her name is LJ Williamson, and she told me that the entire debacle reminded her of her stepfather's death from cancer. It was this tragic and hard event, but it was also not unexpected. She compared it to swimming in the deep end of a swimming pool. You might feel scared, but you can't be surprised that it's deep and we've been swimming toward this deep end for a long time with Trump's apologists. Allowing this to happen, Shifting blame or denying that this is what his rhetoric is pointing people toward But when he says, go to the capital and be wild No one should be surprised When something wild happens at the Capitol. It would seem the insurrection has been a clear line in the sand for many of Trump's enablers, some of them like Lindsey Graham, saying that they're done with them. And I mean, while all of this was playing out, we're still in the midst of a deadly surgeon in the pandemic. Right now, you talked to a local physician who's on the front lines every day, contending with an overwhelmed hospital. What were her thoughts on what happened in D? C. Her name is Anna Granite, and she tells me that her hospital is like a war zone right now. She and the rest of her staff were falling all of these events in Washington from inside the hospital. Three patients and surgeries and even baby deliveries and seeing the events unfold. Yesterday on the news was just So disgusting. So disheartening. And, um Just appalling. In light of what Well what we should be doing and where our resource is in our attention should be going I'm out of words for the anger and frustration that I feel. Anger and frustration are definitely things that I think many of us have been feeling. But in light of these events, we've been hearing terms like Banana Republic, sedition and domestic terrorism being applied to that mob take over. Are the people that you've talked to comfort it it all by the fact that lawmakers pressed on with their work and certified the election results, or are there still too many unknowns in these final days of the Trump presidency? So Matt, it is that unknown that a lot of people are fixated on right now. The question is what happens next. We had everyday Americans watching live. They saw it on the TV like Mark Willis. First, he told me he felt scared for the safety of Congress as he watched, but eventually all those feelings turned into anger. If the violence is not met with rests on prosecutions. And that means that they can get away with this again in the future, and that Scarier because now they've been emboldened to do more and go further without a harsh response. A response is definitely coming. Federal law enforcement agencies say they're investigating and they're even calls for the president to be removed from office for the role he played in inciting the insurrection. We're just going to wait and see what the next few days hold. But in the meantime, Danny thank you so much for dropping by and sharing these perspectives from our listeners. It's good to know what people.
"eshel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yes, John. What's a pirate's favorite fast food restaurant? That would be Arby's sorry long, John Silvers feel set up, didn't you, Dave? So I was totally set up on that. Today's national authors Day. The idea was originated 1928 by a woman from Illinois be meant Illinois, which is not too far from champagne and central Illinois. Basically, the idea is that we should give some credit to our authors and to give appreciation to them. Have you ever thought about writing a book? This is what I want to talk about. How does the process work? How do you get a book published you self published. Can you get one of the big publishers and with us today is Doug Grant you spend in the business of book publishing since 1986. He's worked with the big guys to Simon and Schuster, Ballantine, Penguin HarperCollins, and since about 2000 and eight he works on the other side of it, and he is in literary agent who represents authors and all different genres. He's got a Chicago connection. He spent four years here at Northwestern. University and edited Dick A monster of the Midway High Dog. Welcome to the show. Hey, Karen, How are you? You're joining us from Vermont, where you have a house and it's snowing or it's snowy, right? Well, yes. Now it's just freezing rain. So welcome to the beautiful fall in Vermont. Yes, right. I saw the picture You sent me was just stunningly beautiful. Let would talk a little bit about just what does a literary agent do? And if you write a book, do you need one? Well, you know, Agent is really a marriage broker. First and foremost, you know, we way match up the authors with the editors on make the deal and make sure everything runs smoothly. And then once that is in place, then our job shifts and we become the marriage counselor. So sometimes there's a lot of hand holding involved. You know, if things get a bit of a rough spot, do you need an agent? No. Nobody needs an agent too, right? Look, if you want to fill one, though, it's it's almost impossible to get a deal with a major publisher without one. They just won't even look at your material. And when you s so if you're out there writing a book, and you have an idea for about quarter some, and we're gonna take a quick break as we had some little difficulties here. But what are some of the things that you should think about is an author. You have an idea for a memoir? You have an idea for how to book You have an idea for a novel? What should you be keeping in mind if you want eventually to sell the book? Well, you know, the first thing you have to keep in mind is why how the story to tell that other people are interested in reading about whether it's personal, whether it's business related, whether it's a cookbook. But with the novel you know, you have to have something to say. If you just think. Oh, this is will be a fun way to pass the time. Find something else. Find another hobby to do, um And you've got to be a good writer. You know, there's no no way around that you so you have to. I'm not saying you have to have a graduate program from a major university graduate degree from Major university. But you have to have practiced your craft. You have to have been writing constantly, um Every day, even if it's just to keep a journal. Just get in the habit of writing. That's that's a great way to start. We're gonna take a break when we come back. We're gonna be talking to Doug Grad who is literary agent in New York. And if you have any questions for him, 3129817 200 back in a minute. Happening. Happiness National authors Day to you into yours. We're here with Doug grad who has dug grad literary agency. Why don't you give out your website, which actually has a lot of very good information on it for people who might be interested in writing a book. Sure it zw w w dot d g literary dot com So it's just land Eshel D G and then l i t e r a r y dot com Okay, dog. Take me through this process. Let's say I want to write a how to book on how to host a radio show in Chicago. What I guess I guess I know a little bit about it. Maybe not as much as I should. But let's just say that that's my book. And I want to target people who always wanted the radio show and I have this experience. What should I focus on? What's the first thing I should do? Well, I think the first thing you need to do is put together. A book proposal on the book proposal is gonna be a framework that hell will tell the publisher what your story is? Without you having to write the entire book. You know, Once you've got a book proposal together, you could get an agent who's going to work on it with you make it ready for publisher to see it. I would say. Most nonfiction cells on a proposal maybe about 30 pages or so 40 to 60 pages double spaced. It makes it a lot faster and easier for editors and publishers to acquire nonfiction makes it a lot faster and easier for authors and agents to sell, not fiction. And how do you as a literary agent get the publisher's interested in the book. First of all, Obviously, you're going to pick and choose what you think a sale, but otherwise you're wasting your time. If it's a book about some obscure topic that doesn't have any sale ability, that's not probably something you're gonna pick up..
"eshel" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They're ready to go to war. We got bored covered on Jonah. Can Ko Phi I'm not gonna talk to you anymore, and I want you to be bored. I said when I get bored, That's why dark on your Dodgers start. Justin Turner will not be punished by Major League baseball for going onto the field recently to celebrate the team's World Series win, even though he had tested positive for covert 19. Turner was taken out of Game six last week after he learned his results. Shortly after when the Dodgers won Turner's celebrated on the field with his team mates and took off his mask when posting for a photo with them. Turner has apologized. The streets have been much safer during the Koven 19 pandemic. In March, when the city of L. A was locked down and people sheltered at home. The freeways were practically deserted, which is translated to a 42% drop in the number of car crashes. LAPD says there were just over 24,500 crashes between January and the end of September. There were more than 42,000 by this time last year. Eshel say is traffic increases. So is the number of crashes but it's nowhere near where it was at this time in 2019 1 thing that hasn't changed is where accidents happen. The most crashes were in downtown L. A both this year and last Aimee King Kay, If I knew the news is brought to you, By MIKE Diamond, the smell good plumber. The Republican Party in Michigan say voter irregularities in the state must be investigated. Party chairwoman Laura Cox is one county thousands of ballots were counted for Democrats that were meant for Republicans, causing a $6000. Let's swing against our candidates Stocks is the county clerk blamed it on a software glitch. We have now discovered that 47 counties used this same software in the same capacity. Cox is all of those counties need look over their results for similar discrepancies, She says. The people of Michigan deserve a fair, transparent and open process closed on Sunday. UMA and the vote count from Orange County shows. Thousands of locals want Kanye West in the White House. West was the vice presidential candidate for the independent party. The ticket received 3641 votes in Orange County. West separately ran for president in several other states. Wei have a stall on the 55 in Santa Ana Downside of 55 Freeway. It's going Tio dire where the left lane is blocked things or heavy coming away from the 405. Meanwhile, if you're heading along the 405 north fence, I think you're slow coming out of west l A from just before the tent all the way to Nord upside down sides going to slow down his welcome Santa Monica Boulevard over to about a century and the things you're patching up ahead from El Segundo Boulevard at the Cherries to make it right into Long Beach. Eating into the Montclair area. Eastbound side of the 10 Freeway right around Central Avenue. Gotta stall big break taking away the far right lane. Something's going to be really, Jim. They're coming away from the 57. Things are slowing down north and 15 through the com pass between the 2 15 and 1 38, Defying the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Jalen. Hi, Dwight. Here from Mesa. Over the past 30 years we've installed a repaired over a half million garage door throughout Southern California. That gives our valued customers peace of mind knowing they're getting the mesa.
"eshel" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Capsules with a glass of water, Uh, five minutes before meals three times a day and you lose fat, but also people who need help controlling their blood sugar. That'll improve also because that's what human clinical trials show. Now beyond not this is anecdotal. Anecdotal means it wasn't studied, but we're seeing this in our clients. A lot, my nutritionist or reporting this to me. People who have carved craving get to carb craving under control. People who are running to the refrigerator 345 times a night, you know, they come home from work to roll stressed out to eat to dinner. They shut down the front of the TV. They keep on going into the cookie jar of a refrigerator, get more and more food. They've actually two dinners by Tom, you're finished. Ah, it's helping those people that are that are ah Ah, binge eating at night to control it as helping people that are eating too much food control. Their appetite are eating less and less. Voluntarily without any problems and people who have carp craving it's getting down under control to, but the two things they show in human clinical trials again and again and again as people lose fat. And their blood sugar improved, so that's really good. So Phase two is under unspecified. It's a great supplement. Damn! Melatonin is on special. And there's some products. They're surprising. Great benefits to melatonin. I generally recommend melatonin three or four times a day. That's what I'm saying, because we've learned so much more about melatonin over the past five years. Melatonin is, um I'll tell you how it works. Ah, the cells in your retina. Um They detect light and dark. And they send a message to a part of the brain called a super charismatic nucleus, which is only a bundle of little cells. It's a tiny space in your brain on that sends. Ah ah, message, too. Ah, you're your hypothalamus. Uh, actually to your pituitary. Excuse me. Let's do that again. You're ice all your retinal cells detect light and dark. Thursday. Detect less light. They send messages to the Super Chi asthmatic nucleus on that, in turn, sends a message to a gland in your brain called a pituitary gland on at night you struck to release Melatonin. So melatonin is well known for making you sleepy and helping you sleep on a mighty basically crowned and said, This stuff really works. They revealed a whole bunch of clinical trials. Melatonin helps you get to sleep quicker. You have better, more rushed will sleep with fewer sleep disruptions. Hannah and Beyond that you sleep longer. So we know melatonin helps sleep. But melatonin does other really important things, too, because you build bone at night. They've shown that melatonin. Builds bone and post menopausal women, older women that have lost a lot of bone when they give women 3 MG of melatonin at bedtime for one year. They restored the thickness and strength of their spinal bone. On their hip bone with a hip fractures. On a wrist bone and her ankle bone and they're much less likely to have a hip fracture, spinal fracture or any fracture. So we know that melatonin and sleep are involved with building bone because that's when you build bone. We know that melatonin heels, digestive tract issues turns out your digestive tract relations melatonin. We once thought that only the brain released melatonin to make you sleep on its true motion of melatonin and your bloodstream is from your brain. But your digestive tract also releases melatonin and helps you with GERD. Now, what's curd? Ah, you know, the people have chronic heartburn. It's terrible. Like some people tell me they can't even swim or exercise because they feel they feel like they're out of breath because they're terrorists office is burning. The esophagus is the pipe from your mouth down to your stomach and what happens to trap door at the bottom of that pipe? It's called the esophagus that that trapdoor Weakens. It loosens so things from your stomach like acids are going up into the esophagus on the mouth now in some people double Donnelly to cancer as her facial cancer, But that's rather rare. They get Barrett's esophagus and then a develop best of facial cancer. But for most people, it's going to burn their lips or their teeth or cause a cough or a shore throat. Some people it's going to cost sinusitis because it's going to reflux up into their Sinuses. Some people is going to trigger asthma attacks and pneumonia because it's going to go into their lungs for their bronc. I Should I give you powerful drugs like, um epistle? Next year. I'm you know, the little purple pill, Peppe said All those drugs Ah, it's effects. Um, problem with those drugs if you use them for too long, they prevent you from digesting your food and absorbing nutrients from your food. So you're not absorbing the calcium from your bones. Or to protect you from cancer. You're not absorbing the iron for energy and the immune system, So it's a real problem. It turns out that melatonin Really helps what GERD because it strengthens the lower Eshel facial sphincter on that works like a trapdoor and things from the stomach can no longer go up into your mountain throat. But it's also great for irritable bowel Shin Roman. It could be helpful but crosses seas and colitis. But it's needed for digestion. If you like melatonin later on in the day of trouble, digesting things. The last thing I'm going to say about melatonin, you need a fear immune system. Just like your brain releases most of the melatonin in your body. On your digestive tract and release melatonin for good digestion on for healing. It Turns out your immune cells can release melatonin. We never knew this until, like a year or two ago. And it's so important to the immune system that they can express it. They can release it, and it's needed to prevent the immune system from getting weak. Like what happens with age. With age we develop, um A problem. With the immune system. It's actually got a name for it. It's called inflammation. Jing, Where do you mean? It's just a no longer works efficiently to fight off cancer and viruses and bacteria showed pneumonia becomes more common. You get to shingles, The flow becomes dangerous, and of course, that's one of Corona virus becomes dangerous. Also. You don't see young people with this problem. Typically you see it and older people. The immune system gets broken down. But also you get inflammation Jing because you're getting older and you can no longer control your immune system adequately the immune system attacks you'll, which is a desperately dangerous part of the flow. Or to Corona fires. That's when it really gets you when your immune system is inflaming you and the viruses and Fleming you so instead of the immune system, being good at attacking the corona virus or a flu virus or pneumonia, bacteria, etcetera. 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"eshel" Discussed on WTOP
"Professionals who are inspired to lead in their field. Push your mind and am you online dot com. Steve Drugs near W. T o P Traffic and out a storm Team four meteorologist Steve Prince of Allie, I thought watch continues until 3 a.m. For most of listening area. Any storms could contain downpours and drop 1 to 3 inches of rain kind of over the same area. Hence that storm came for weather alert mode through the night temperatures dropping into the seventies with some Paki fog and the storms will be around here. Looks like right until about two or three. In the morning. Clouds and sun on your sundae hot and humid, 30% chance of a storm highs will be in the middle nineties. Then, as we had the Monday clouds, McGee, maybe a couple of storms highs loaded Mideighties better chance of seeing some rain on Tuesday from bias and temperatures on Tuesday in the lower eighties, mid operators on Wednesday with son in the lake they storm I'm starting for meteorologist Steve Prince Valley. It is 82 degrees in McLean, 81 in Suitland and 81 degrees in the district at 8 41 There is new competition in the sports betting industry in the district. Now that the city's first sports book has opened its doors. It's a temporary set up inside Capitol One arena right now, With no events happening and no tickets to sell because of the pandemic, William Hill has opened a handful of betting windows and automated kiosks inside the arena's box office. A soft opening began on Friday with an affair. Eshel announcement set for this Monday. The temporary set up meet CDC guidelines for distancing It will be open 12 hours a day. Seven days a week. William Hill says it's permanent facility will open later this fall in the space that used to house the arena's green turtle Bar and Grill, John Doe mend w T o P News. The Corona virus pandemic has led George Washington University to cut seven sports from its athletics department. This comes.
"eshel" Discussed on WTOP
"Maryland state lawmakers to convene a special session right now to address several matters related to the Cova. 19 pandemic in the criminal justice is saying it's simply cannot wait. More than 70 religious groups, nonprofits and union sent a letter to Maryland's legislative leaders to convene a special session before they're scheduled return. In January. Catherine Paul's a research and policy analyst with a group called Casa, an advocate for minority groups, saying there's a failure of leadership in the Legislature understand that their limitations of having Eshel session. We understand that their health concerns but quite frankly, the risk of the Legislature not reconvening for a special session is two great people are dying. Just last month, aides to both the Maryland House speaker and Senate president both said no decision has been made yet on a possible special session. Ken Duffy w T. O P News Federal prosecutors say they have AH drug dealer off the streets this morning who apparently sold cocaine and heroin locally in Maryland and Virginia, But the man will have his First hearing on the charges Friday, federal prosecutors say after police stopped 41 year old Diamante Young senior better known as fats after a suspected drug deal in Virginia. They found two large boxes of drugs in his trunk containing £46 of cocaine and £3 of heroin. Frederick Police say they were investigating Young's potential connection with cocaine distribution ring in town and worked with Homeland security investigation to trail him in February after months of investigation. A search of Young's homes and Frederick and Hagerstown netted more drugs. One stolen handgun in $270,000 in cash. Young has a hearing Friday and is charged with numerous federal drug.
"eshel" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Because he has Eshel hydraulically second cars because it dries me out it Sam apple Sam it he is principal researcher guide has insights does the great wheel bearings podcaster will brings that media but most importantly he's my car guy joins me every week to talk about automotive stuff hi Sam hello Leo how are you today great how are you the weather has been fantastic here this week it's nice that he cooled off a little bit from the the nineties we had earlier in the day it's like right around seventy eight eighty right now and never go to the lake drive the lake distortion in I hear that lake the Lake District in Michigan's beautiful lakes are everywhere around here which is one of the great things one of the following existing internet as you can so you get outside of town there's lakes all over the place is a really nice like that we like to go hang out at at we want actually to Thursday afternoon often went out there and you guys daisy our our dog at all put on the paddle board and I paddled around the late hours okay good problem is winner well I mean you got to get a refill of those lakes with fresh water that's true somebody got to do it and what do I what I see you have an Amazon van behind you Amazon just made a deal with the review and didn't pay they they did well they they invested about seven hundred million dollars and revealed last year yeah but it but a nice big stake in review and and they ordered it placed an order for a hundred thousand electric delivery vans to be built by ruby and a hundred Harding in twenty thousand so we'll see those prime vans everywhere I guess it depends what part of the country you're in but it's Amazon slowly phasing out third party delivery services for in house delivery and I see those granted grace vans everywhere and that would be nice if there electric yeah well they they they've been moving to take over a lot of their own logistics working as though they've been adding you know adding their own fleet and now they're starting to electrify the athlete N. as are a lot of other companies that are doing deliveries you know the UPS and FedEx and they've been testing electric delivery vans for for a number of years now Amazon is really going all in on this with you know they play as though they've ordered a hundred thousand of these things yeah and over the next year so we're going to see several manufacturers bringing out you know this is this is really going to be one of the big areas of growth for electric vehicles especially in North America is delivery vans cargo vans because it actually makes so much sense for you know for the fleets that operate these things you know these vans are often run a hundred thousand miles a year or more and when you're accumulating that many miles the operating costs become a much bigger component of your total cost then just the the up front cost of buying the vehicle and when you're talking about electricity versus gasoline or diesel yeah that's that's a huge amount of savings there that that they say and so Ford is you know they announced that in addition to the machi that you're getting they're also building electric versions of the F. one fifty but also their transit full size van which is also very popular is a lot of those in Amazon's fleet and are also building then GM as also this week news came out that they are building an electric van starting late next year so you know we're going to see quite a few of these you know in the next couple of years that are you know the end there because they accumulate so many miles and you're talking about a vehicle it doesn't get great fuel economy to begin with you know going electric you know on a vehicle gets ten or eleven miles per gallon has a much bigger environmental impact act then doing that you know if you're switching from a fifty mile per gallon Prius to an Eevee you know they're the savings are a lot in terms of carbon emissions a ring or a lot less and because they accumulate so many miles it it has a huge impact on the environment it's not like it's a benefit both to the company they're gonna save money and the environment and the rest in the world around them I think it's a win win right yeah and and this is not the only tech area that Amazon's getting into with with transportation they our last week and a half there's there's a company called souks which is based in foster city south of San Francisco I like that yeah they are you know they've been one of the so far one of the best funded autonomous vehicle startups and what their plan was was you know they were developing not just an automated driving system but also their own vehicle custom built vehicle to be a rebel attacks should be called the ad so you could say it's they can't add souks I released my idea yeah and it you know they they raised since they launched in twenty fifteen or twenty fourteen they raised about nine hundred fifty million dollars but you know they've been trying to raise another in a series D. round since late twenty eighteen and I've been struggling to raise more money and they recently you know put themselves up for sale there they hired bank to help them find a buyer and it looks like Amazon is the leading candidate to buys you which you know would be a very interesting fit you know into Amazon's transportation ecosystem because they're gonna have these big vans from meridian but there are you know Zeus is already developed this smaller vehicle which you know is intended as a for carrying passengers but I need to pretty easily be adapted to to carrying packages now imagine you know if you have Amazon bought Zeus and they had this this vehicle that is most likely going to be basically an Amazon locker on wheels you ever used Amazon locker for deliveries yeah we have one over at the whole foods whole wall lockers yeah yes so when you when you order something and have it delivered to a locker you know once it's available at the at the locker you get an email from Amazon and when you arrive you just tap on the button in the email and it pulls up a bar code you scan that barcode door pops open you take your package you could have completely contactless delivery you know especially in urban areas you know you have a hub of rolling Amazon locker that rolls up in front of your house or your office you know you scan your barcode you take your package out close the door and and now you know it goes on and delivers to somebody else and you know the economics of it yeah I'm not going to get into all that right now but the economics of it potentially work out really well for a company like Amazon or anybody else that wants to do deliveries on a large scale so there's no driver no driver completely out and completely automated yeah but you know it would be operating you know in cities be operating at lower speeds and because it's not carrying passengers it you know it simplifies the design of the vehicle a lot you don't have to have structures the news is a big box right yeah or or or or a box full of boxes basic yes it's still a bunch of lockers and their yeah and and that you know that that could that could make for you know a very interesting proposition so you know instead of you going to the Amazon locker to pick up your package the locker comes to you they haven't bought Zeus is it Z. double O. X. is that what's hooks it is yeah I haven't announced a deal yet but there's been a lot of speculation over the last week and a half or so that Amazon is is the leading candidate to by Zeus it does seem like a lot of the Thomas vehicle companies are are struggling right now why is that well everybody struggling right now you know because with the economy shut down you carmakers are selling many vehicles are not getting much revenue for the AV companies because they don't actually have a business yet the other the other haven't deployed these things that they don't have any revenue coming in they're still spending money on their employees and you know doing development and everything and you know right now you know they're having a hard time raising more capital from from the seas from VC funds and so they it's it's a challenge for everybody you know raising money to keep the lights on yeah yeah so yeah I do you have what we have then fallout will have is that there is gonna is gonna really set us back but these companies I don't know if necessary answers back a whole lot but I think you know a lot of the start ups that we've seen pop up in the last four five years are are going to fade away right and or you know they'll either go out of business like Starsky robotics did earlier this year or they'll get acquired by somebody like Zeus is probably going to the next couple of months the big get bigger that's always the way isn't Sam apple Sam and he is a principal researcher.
"eshel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The prayer times will be dedicated to a specific group particularly affected by the corona virus outbreak the city of Aurora is trying to help out bars and restaurants struggling during the pandemic the allow bars restaurants hotels and caterers to sell liquor off premises mayor Richard Irvin they would not normally be allowed to sell package liquor they are given a limited ability to do that now as long as it meets the criteria set forth the orders will be limited to six cans of beer or one bottle of wine and now WGN sports here's Kevin pal thank you Kim former bears safety ha ha Clinton Dix agreeing on a one year deal with the cowboys to the bears today re signing safety Dion bush reportedly worth one point four million dollars for one season bursts has a mostly served as a special teamer for the bears of the past four seasons it's Eshel Tom Brady is officially the newest member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signing his two year contract with the team today it's worth thirty million dollars per season around the league running back Melvin Gordon the signing with the Broncos three time Pro Bowl running back Todd Gurley signing with the falcons just a day after being released by the rams the XFL canceling the remainder of its season after just five games it originally planned on playing a ten game regular season schedule USA swimming has sent a letter to the U. S. Olympic and Paralympic committee asking for the Tokyo games to be pushed back to next year because of cold in nineteen twenty sixteen gold medal swimmer from Glenville Livius Molina tells WGN many international qualifying events have already been canceled for British Olympic trials are canceled a talented child already canceled Latin American child already canceled I mean they have to do something for just like the general Flynn population you know internationally that will make it like a fair trial process to make the Olympic the U. S. so P. C. does not have a time line when a decision would need to be made on the home of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball Kevin Powell WGN sports your money on WGN the Dow closed down nine hundred thirteen points today nasdaq down to seventy one the S. and P. five hundred down one oh four gold up today oil down five dollars thirty eight cents and twenty one dollars thirty three cents the Vicks at the CBOE down five points I'm Kim Gordon and Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN.
"eshel" Discussed on KTOK
"Showdown with congress brewing, HUD, Jack Callaghan. Fox News at the request of the administration of former White House staffer failed to testify before a congressional Tuesday. A congressional committee Tuesday about security clearances Carl Kline the former White House personnel security director was instructed by the White House to ignore a subpoena and not to show up for questioning by the house oversight committee that subpoena followed testimony from a White House whistle blower who allege that the White House had been recklessly granting security clearances in a statement oversight committee, chairman allies, you're coming said he now intends to consult with committee members about scheduling vote on content of John decker at the White House. The president tells the Washington Post he is against any current or former White House aides giving congressional testimony calling it on necessary because of the extensive special counsel investigation. The house oversight committee has agreed to postpone the deadline that it has set for receipts of year's worth of the president's finish. Eshel records agreeing the wait until the ruling from the federal court in the lawsuit. The president has filed to try and block that subpoena. The number of people killed in the Easter Sunday terrorists bombings three Laka has risen now. Three hundred fifty nine the Islam state group claiming responsibility in a video message released on their official news agency, the seven attack is shown standing in front of an ISIS flag fetching allegiance to the ISIS back Dadi. The prime minister says there are still militants and Bohm's on the news Benjamin hall reports that more suspects have been arrested as well another tourist has died from a fall over the south rim of the Grand Canyon park. Authorities say a seventy year old woman called Rangers and said she needed help. But she plunged two hundred feet or death before they can reach your Wall Street Tuesday record high closes for the NASDAQ and the s&p five hundred the Dow closed one hundred forty five points higher..
"eshel" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Mark in our remote studio, basically outdoors here in Acapulco with Tatyana Moreau's joining us here for the final segment for her. You've got some production. You've gotta do for musical things coming up here. So Tanya Tatyana thank you for joining us here tonight. We're going to the phones to start things out in this segment with gene, the Christian anarchist on the line in Tennessee. Hello, Jean you're on discord. Hello. Hello. I'm actually in dothan Alabama tonight. On my way, down to pick up my helicopter after some. Extensive maintenance. Gotcha. And a big a big fat Bill. Yeah. I can't imagine what cheap. But anyway. I'm kinda strange as you guys know having talked to me all these years, but I've got these two little antenna that stick up in the back of my head and they start they start to vibrate. Whenever I hear something. I think is either fake news or fake science king. And Mark Mark. I'm gonna call you out on that. Methane Ferch thing. Yup. Yes. I looked it up because it didn't sound right to me that methane is going to be a big thing with cows. But not with pigs. Don line. And now it turns out that pigs have methane in their first two. And the thing that causes the methane is the type of food you eat. So they on this. I'm looking I'm looking at answers dot com. Anyway, the first thing that came up I started to search it. But anyway, it says the biggest things that create methane in the digestive tract of pretty much all mammals is either corn or beans. So if you feed the pigs corn or beings, you're probably going to get as much methane as you do out of cows. So it's really this is what I am going to start coining this phrase fake science because most of this climate science is fake science. It's a bunch of BS and to think that you're going to have a significant of methane from cows and a non significant output of methane from pigs. It didn't ring right with me. And then when I check. Checked it. I found out it really isn't. Right. Thanks for doing that joking on the plane. Okay. So here from CBS news cows burp, major amounts of methane, a greenhouse gas that is dozens of times more potent than carbon dioxide their digestive system makes them produce considerably more methane than pigs chickens or turkeys. Do this is according to some expert name Eshel the presume, I'm only calling him expert because CBS news quotes from anybody. The manure used to grow feed for cows also releases methane as does their own bodily waste. So maybe I got it wrong. It's not the cars cows farts, but quite possibly there burps, gene. Which is basically the same coming out of different orifices, smell the methane in it, whether you're human cow or pig. It doesn't it's part of it's a part of flatulence and maybe cows belch up some methane because they have four stomachs. That's a unique to cows. That's the idea whatever whatever methane, they produce. It's actually a result of what they're eating more. So than the fact that their cows, it comes from the beans and the corn and some other things as well. But those are the two major contributors to methane. But then if you look up in this same thing says how much methane is in the atmosphere, methane has small concentration and is a byproduct of nature. So we're talking about a very small concentration of a gas that may or may not be increased slightly depending on what kind of meat you grow. But again, we're straining at a nap just swallow and swallowing a camel because when methane is such a tiny percentage of the atmosphere, and you increase that tiny percentage by another tiny percentage, you're really talking about a lot of nothingness. Yeah. This comes back to statement that you made a number of times on the air, gene. And that is that your belief, and I I tend to subscribe to this as well as that humans are really nothing more than insignificant ants on the planet, and the the idea that you know, we're going to have any kind of significant permanent damage to the the earth seems to fly in the face of reality. Yeah. This if you believe the science has existed for billions of years and it suffered a whole lot greater. Tragedies in the past then a little bit of methane volcanic explosions things like that like there's all kinds of stuff. I'm not worried about the big rock the floats circles the sun going away, and then humans can dissolve it into. I don't know like an ice cube. I'm more concerned as to whether or not they'll make it habitable for themselves. I mean, what we can see a nature is that there are plenty of species that make them that produce, you know, basically, the produce enough waste and destroy their own environment to the point that they die off that happens all the time. And no, different nature nature is is exterminating. I forget you talk. If you look in science, you'll find out how many species are disappearing every day. We're not doing all of that. We're doing a very tiny small percentage of that nature has been executing species throughout eternity. That's why we have. If you believe in evolution. Then that's the process of evolution is one species exterminated, another one moves on in its place. So this whole idea that we have to be some kind of somehow responsible for all of these is ridiculous. We can't do that. We're where we don't have that kind of power. Not only is it ridiculous and sell so ridiculous to believe that we could do something like tax people and somehow significantly change the way things are done. I mean, the idea this green proposal that Mark was reading earlier to get rid of all fossil fuels to get rid of all combustion engines. I mean, these are just pure fantasy. These these proposals, gene, thanks for the call tonight. As always, it's gene the Christian anarchist you want to check him out. He's one of our regular Chatters on the discord chat room. So check it out over at discord dot, N dot FM. That's discord dot L R, N dot FM. Tatyana Moreau's has been joining us here. And you've got your show that a new show. Oh proof of love. That's going to be starting up on Thursday. I think that's right. Yeah. Thursday the fourteenth. And it's going to be with you. And Stephanie Murphy, another lady whose name, I'm not lying. She's a really good friend of mine. She also works with me at my company. Crypto media hub, south only gonna be for checks though. Okay. I want the guys to.
"eshel" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Fly your favorite sandwich up to Gail in pregnancy castle wherever that may be. Just want them to fly food together in every episode that was like my favorite thing. And then they sent that tiny girl out carrying humongous boxes. So has anyone heard of a hot hot Brown and dresses like I have one on both my menus on both my restaurants. And of course, there's like we've one of the menu to. Yeah. And article the hot team Brown's so yeah. I have Brown, and I know I can make it better than him. I'm like, yeah. Good luck. With that famous last words, right? Exactly. They bring in a whole bunch of hot Brown samples for everyone to try and anyone hungry. Joe answer that girl you're up in New York. You can't get here in time. And then the girl with the earrings. It's like this is my first Brown. I don't you know, what that girls like literally done nothing to me. I don't know why. She makes me mad. I'm airing. Yeah. You've been mad at her since we did our preview that those earrings earing. I don't you know, where whatever you want. What do I care, but I do care? I'm hearing shaming this girl. I'm earlobe shaving this girl. It's just I just wanna stop young people from doing this to themselves. I've seen how things sag her name is Adrian. She hasn't aim, and I don't mind her. But what I did mind as she's like like I feel like the only time you have a hop Browne is like right before a long naps. I'm gonna do like a lighter version. I'm like, no, it's you're exactly right. Like. You have something like that late at night. And then you go to sleep. So don't make it light like put that gravy or Greece or whatever anything put it all on their didn't. She makes she make like a really having when she's like, I prefer to be lighter. So I'm gonna make cream using cream, but earn court or something like that. Yeah. So then. Yeah. So Justice doing like Kentucky Fried hop Browne Eshel, which looks delicious. And then Eddie tells a story about driving down a highway and eating barbecue for two days straight with his wife because they would like stop at a barbecue place and like drive-ins another barbeque play something like that. Right. You have eighty barbecue. And they talk about where I'll say were going on the way that the next barbecue place, and he was just like so happy in his fullness. You know, such a romantics, that's like the most romantic story I've ever heard. Yeah. I'm sure she was like I'm sick of eating barbecue right now. But I'm gonna do it. Because all he's doing is talking about barbecue as the only way to make him shut up. Probably. So then jersey for whatever reason they showed the guy from jersey doing this slow motion running I noticed that thought that was so funny to like ooh, slow motion hot Brown. Macon? Things are getting real intense up here. I had to look again and make sure it was slow. Oh motion. It was like is this just a slow because I like when they how slow chefs and they make them rhyme. And they're like I cannot run. Remember last guy who was so tired. Bruce could not make it from the pantry to you'd have to like ask for help. He's like Gary this trae to the debt the thing. Yeah. Thanks. So yes, Eddie's making a spec in Turkey salad with cheddar Spek cracklins, which sounded like not like something. I'd wanna have late at night. And then Brian is make Brian. They jersey is making hot Turkey, and then Sarah is making a scotch egg with ground pen Chetta and Turkey, and and Kelsey makes like a crock Mme or Madam Madam, whatever she called, it crack. Okay. And I had a crooked bam and now on the sandwich shop, and we have a creek dam on my main you just like it's so fucking exotic. Okay. Healthy is a sleeper, and she she bugs me 'cause she she's doing that southern thing where she's like in such a NATs girl. I'm like that that makes me like her. I think she's evil. Yeah. Zibo actually, what makes me like like I liked when she yelled at someone for taking your biscuits out of the oven. She's like these are done. I like that. I like that she came in here..
"eshel" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast
"Morrissey. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you, Tom. Nice speaking with you. I want to hear all about Lydia. It's an interesting company interesting origins. And I think you've got a unique approach. But as always let's find out a bit about you, and our guests like to find out how you found your way into tech for my reading of my intensive research on linked in it looks like you started at Kimberly Clark. Did you go into Kimberly Clark, knowing you're going in this direction? Yeah. So I that's actually where I started out med tech. Was Kimberly Arkan Eshel healthcare division, and it was not completely by design that I ended up in in health care when they offered me a job. It was the best package, and I had just totaled my car, and they offered me a company car the job at the PR firm took a very distant second to Kimberley park. And that is actually how I found my way in to Mantech and said yesterday, tack might think what kept me in midtech was during the training that Kimberly Clark. Does which all big companies? Do I spent a lot of time in the operating room in hospitals? And it was also the time that we learned action sperm into cases. I scrubbed into my first case, and I was hooked. So that's where I got my start notice looking person in the last month of mentioned that the getting in the operating room and seeing it happen was really what what dot them onto miratec. So so there's like this whole kind of faith thing, you know, if you head until your car, you might not be CEO of company that right? I'm definitely a believer. At this stage. I'm like her that I think sometimes opportunities present themselves, and they don't always follow Mike for not following a linear path by any stretch imagination. But it's been interesting. And I think that there is the continuity throughout my career really has been about making a difference. So I've hopped into a few other areas where to nonprofit I also worked in consumer products for short period of time, but I would consider Mantech in medical device. My Homebase for sure looks will your your to turn. In in midtech. After Kimberly Clark, you stayed with a big company. What was your path out of new? Ultimately, find yourself in start up. Say also I carried a bag, and I started out sewing drapes gowns to operating rooms, which was not very glamorous. But was great way to get exposed in a commodity products. That was a pretty tough road to go. But it was a great exposure. And what I very quickly realized was that. I liked men tack. I like the industry, but I really wanted to work for a smaller company at wanted to be more surgically focused in a pretty quickly realized I also wanted to be on the inside not just taking what strategy people had laid out going out and just saying the patch. I wanted to be part of figuring out. What was right pet markets who we be in. And what the products look like I did spend time I was in sales for couple of other companies for I actually went to my first of marketing role, which was actually a company here in the bay area, which was general surgical innovations. They were working in general surgery, cardiovascular and plastic and reconstructive surgery at that time in so I actually join them as a as. A product manager in very quickly. You know, love that and took on started out in their possibly reconstructive group. And then ultimately took over all the product lines there, which was a really fun opportunity for me. It was a fairly young company adjoined right before the IPO. So I got to go through that experience in nineteen ninety seven a lot of So us. that's kinda how I got from you know, from the from the outside into the inside of of midtech million legal as you recall phone or in vivant hundred you've come on that situation. It's a very small. It's very small industry. It was and it still is to hey in in many regards. I actually this is actually pretty funny. So I was at GSI and GSI had moved from Palo Alto to not know, the commute was brutal. I lived in the city, and it was like, you know, I don't know if I can continue to do this this commute..
"eshel" Discussed on Talking Politics
"So that when this to be about Fiqh took about hope that to really important part of this. And I don't want this to be about Trump, but one mode Trump question because reading your account the monarchical baby the narcissist, but also discussed if there's something that people know about Trump he channels these emotions, but he'll say manifest them. We know that he's absolutely disgusted in pooled by the body does whether it's the women around him enough to present themselves in such ways his obsessive hand, washing his fear of germs. And he seems the embodiment of this both ways to be struck by the thought that his gift in channeling this is because he knows it. He knows it. So well, he is he is someone who feels disgust acutely. Okay. Let me make a distinction I because as an amateur singer. Myself you have to be very careful germs. And when they do these little tests about discuss they always include things like hand washing. And would you touch somebody who had a cold and so on, but I think they mingle two different things discussed and rational fear of danger. In fact, we all know that handwashing is extremely important, and that in hospitals, a lot of infections that are lethal or sped by the fact that doctors themselves are not washing their hands. And I must say when I give a lecture and then everyone shakes my hand. And then sits down to dinner, I think this is actually very irrational behavior that take into carrying hand sanitizer around. So I share that one thing with Trump because of course, if you're a singer, and you get a cold, you know, you're just can't do anything, and you have to cancel that appearance. So so that I don't blame him for it. All I think the thing that it gets blended together with is the express disgust about women's bodies women who are overweight. Women who are thought to have their period Hillary Clinton taking a bathroom break during the debate. And of course, that's not about rational fear of danger. There's no danger coming from those things that is true your Eshel disgust. And you know, whether he feels that or not I have no idea. I think it's interesting and significant that it sets off a queue in his space. What is it that people are feeling when they laugh uproariously at that picture of Hillary Clinton's trip to the bathroom?.
"eshel" Discussed on College Football Live
"Coach second year sec media days what do you know this year that you didn't know going into this event last year gonna join us great event not to be a lot of people talking about lsu what their expectations are last year people saying hey i'm not buying stock and lsu i think they may be down what do you say to those expectations about how good this team can be what happens we feel like we're gonna have a very football team play very well start season will have it a great campbell even to see my believable evan heavier was the difference between last year's off his defensive lines in this year's offense defensive line for the tigers definitely have more than we have three or four guys that played a lot of football share that with better top recording the rotation stay fresh that's this year go tigers lots of turnover on his staff greg's that the right move for this program as it tries to take step forward concerned and it's not as much about the personnel that they have the defense i think should be really good and if you look better wide receiver and they have to be better quarterback there could be growth there but i'm really concerned about the schedule i mean you look at the sec west and the addition jimbo fisher you look at mississippi state that's a tougher division today than it was a year ago and ellen miami eshel is brutal miami georgia man i'm telling you it's a scary thought to think that they have to navigate that schedule with the expectations that odor on the tigers always have well here's the thing if i'm concerned about something and i look at it and i look at the way he's run the program so far it was clear the decision was made to keep louisiana guy right a lot of money pay him a little bit of money pay the coordinators a lot right you bring in the best offense of mine in college football matt canada one of the best for sure you bring you keep veran give him a ton of money so that was the plan that's in place right scrapped i don't i don't like the scrapping after one year because you're a coach you interview these coaches you need to figure out if we're on the same page right away it shouldn't take a year in the football season it should be contentious situation the whole time you gotta let him do his thing because you're hired to be the ceo of this team or you gotta stay stay on the mix or higher the guy that you're going to do that and so all fence do i have concern about lsu yeah right every year every years rinse repeat every single year that to me i think lsu found just sick and tired of dealing with always pressure on the head coaches but certainly more difficult if you know someone's looking over your shoulder maybe getting you chop disagreeing with you every every single telling you don't do this don't do that after the game you're in a press conference at your acknowledging that there was some back and forth game they we should be on the same page let's go just lost never guys we move on here on college football live we'll look ahead to tuesday here in atlanta and a lot of people that we cannot wait to see but we also want to tell you that the sp's auction benefiting.
"eshel" Discussed on We The People
"Any the refrain is any any any any look a tooth lilibet the president has colin smooth sloop now second statues the journal to the waiter statue all these those are reading cards so much more near holing specifically focused the thomas so pre courts repeatedly of political ranch and said in the area of immigration and warn policy generally little the decision as has set were charges you know we're not experts on warm all all these people all these one of their specials all these people working for him and what is also trust eshel hours at its peak of the president acts of importance of ads lowest level on the president absent defines this is a situation with the president's asking congress set of pure judges be at the diversity of local rice we can't substitute our political so i think the you know most animals writers thing is they might be a close vote might be four but his ultimately of the minute thanks for that kevin sticking to the statutory argument make the best case for a to count if the justices decide that the provisions prohibiting religious based discrimination what does the argument likely looked by indu the committee will actually tend to agree with jim i think this is going to go the way the administration but probably close stokes five four would be my estimation rose slightly different reason it is true that generally defer to the president when he makes decisions on immigration on foreign policy on matters that are more exclusively his route so that's that's likely to be the case here and under normal circumstances for president were to decide that because of national security reasons a certain group pose a threat to the united states he does have thority of the immigration act to at least temporarily banned those individuals from coming to the united states the difference here is is twofold one we have a very unique administration we have construction that is initially initially came in running on a platform of discrimination arguing that they wanted to ban certain group of people based on their religion saying that islam hates.
"eshel" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Eshel models we asked him to look at the cbs merger and what might come out of that so that would be a very specific financial forecast discounted cash flow here's synergies here's costs energies here's revenue synergies what are some assumptions on it with the spectrum stuff it's much more looking at it's almost like an acid value analysis okay they have this band here what are comps in the market trading for what's the asset value to it but it's been an interesting extras and i personally like it the tension not tension but the thing we're going to have to decide to we really want to grow the sucker and turn the businesses so your some outside capital we do a separately managed account which has been great we do have some friends and family money and that's kind of the challenge is g want to give up the lifestyle stuff or the minute you take dollar of outside money you have to be on it twenty four seven that's just the way i feel sweb believe so you spend a lot of time averick you had your own fund you have well resourced hedge fund with lots of internal analysts very smart people have what you can afford on your own now you've got indianapolis sourcing what do you think the analytics of companies in the financial industry looks like five or ten years from now boy i mean everyone seems to believe it's all about artificial intelligence and counting the number of cars in walmart parking lot s and things like that and elected you know i'm just a lot i'm sure it's just but i have to believe i still prefer what todd and warren and ted do which is kind of the three of them have very little incremental an analytical resources they're trying to find good undervalued businesses and just own them for a long time but i'm swimming against the current tech because all the the dose seems to be moving more towards quant.
"eshel" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Wide brian says within katie agreed on talk radio 560 ksfo 520 okay i'm going to the drudge report for the very first time this morning my favorite website because matt drudge just has the best ha headlines ever eddie occasionally listens to the program hey so uh lead stories all about nato or or more more board now as we told you if you're just joining us uh how come nobody's talking about the democrat who's running for congress in new mexico who friday was arrested for stalking and who in two thousand seven was prosecuted i mean he was charged he was guilty prosecutor f4 out stocky well let's talk about that all democrat dog geez oh that makes a lot of sense now so the how to said to pass tech tax reform i don't know what's going to happen in the senate i would like to see my taxes go doubt i would also like to make sure my taxes don't get wasted on hush money if you're just joining us we i i teed off in the first segment are not going to do it again for all because my hand almost exploded but taxpayer money to the tune of fifteen million dollars was used to uh for as settlements for those working on capitol hill who were harassed by members of congress we don't know their names we don't know the names of the harassers but this was hush money and is your money is my buddies taxpayer money it's sickening okay continuing who charles manson clinging to life in a hospital charles manson the massmurderer cliche he lied anemic poor thing he looks at eu mc okay i'll sad uh yeah i'm just i'm shedding a tear definition of evil that to yes yes yes yes yes yes yes in fact now he was we're where was he being held i was just talking to bury feared california yeah hang on uh he was not a hawker corcoran corcoran guys kind of a is kind of an as firm at met house isn't it what a swiss court corker to male only in located eshel kings county uh yeah i parameters massive heavy coverage was he this going back in time is really before my time but was he was he on death row or no sorry absorption i'm like honored i'm just trying to i'm trying to recall was see visiting the crimes digital's was he.