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India court upholds ban on hijab in schools and colleges
"An Indian court upheld a ban on wearing a head job in schools and colleges in the southern state of Carnatic the High Court ruled the Muslim head scarf is not an essential religious practice of Islam I'll Leah a Saudi was turned away from her school for wearing a head job it's not just a piece of cloth but it's a beast it's everything it's emotion it's my pride and I think I would not be done by Gandhi managing my life opponents consider the job a symbol of oppression imposed on women among member of the right wing Hindu group says they are demanding for his job right now tomorrow they will want space to pray later they will demand for a separate classroom in schools how can this be allowed what happens to uniformity and dress code student I guess Shah Anwar says it's a calm before the storm something huge is going to happen and this is just the beginning and that is basically a student I Asha MTS says it's Islamophobia in India will win because they think we are weak but yeah I'm at Donahue
Why Is Kyle Rittenhouse Charged With First-Degree Murder?
"Let me ask you, I never understood this and quite honestly, we did a Kyle rittenhouse story 6 months ago talking about how I don't understand how these charges can be. What is he charged with first degree murder? That's right, two counts. How is that possible? It's an altercation. I mean, first degree murder is where you're like, I'm going to murder this person and go to their home with, you know, not some sort of bar fight going wrong. Yeah, so you're right, actually, that would be what you're talking about would potentially be either voluntary manslaughter. Yeah, that's what I never understood about this. War second degree murder because it was more indiscriminate. What they're saying is that the prosecution's argument is, is that Kyle rittenhouse brought his gun because he intended to murder these VLM protesters and that he had a vengeful intent. Now, what's interesting to me is that the prosecution just a few minutes ago before I came on the show, just rested in this case after about a week and a half of testimony. They did not present a single shred of evidence. The Kyle rittenhouse showed up with intend to hurt anyone. But this is what I can understand is that the judge, the pretrial arguments because this is just you have months to submit, you know, motions to dismiss. You're trying to tell me no one looked at this and say, wait a second. You're charging a guy who got in an altercation was, by the way, the guy that Kyle rittenhouse killed in self defense was like a child rapist or something, right? He was like a child pedophile or something? Is that right? Multiple count child rapists and honestly the I'm not saying he deserves to die because of it, but let's just details of those Kate that case if anyone wants to see it, it's absolutely. This is not Gandhi, okay? What is actually relevant? What's actually relevant to this is that he had just been released from a hospital where he was being held on a psychiatric hold, and we're told that he's been on and off anti psychotic medication, including seroquel. If anybody knows anyone who's been on that spectrum or takes that type of medication, this is very, very powerful medication. I think he killed him, right? He's dead? Is that right? He's dead, yes. Okay. But throughout this whole process, I failed to understand how this could possibly be presented in premeditated terms. And I thought to myself, maybe they have text messages of Kyle saying something with intent, maybe they have there's no such evidence,
Leadership Lessons from a US Army General Maj Gen John Gronski (retd) - burst 11
"A gunnery. Sergeant michael burkhart was the who was the explosive ordinance disposal team leader went down to that site with two young marines and they were going to conduct a post blast analysis to determine a tactics techniques procedures insurgents. Were using so we could try to prevent these attacks from happening again in the future and when gunny burkhardt got down there with two young rains was chaotic. The soldiers were cisterna. Seen the ad that a chaos there were two reporters from the omaha world herald newspaper there there were embedded reporter so anyway going burkhard gets down. There sees the destroyed up. Armored humvee sees a crater near that up armored humvee bow four feet in diameter a couple of feet deep makes an assumption that that's for that roadside bomb that destroyed that humvee was placed jumps down into crater. Take a closer look as soon as he did that. He realized he made a mistake because he could see in the dirt in front of him to artillery shells. Red detonation cord running in the nose was a roadside bomb. That an insurgent have placed their so. He took his k bar knife. Cut the red debt. Detonation cord to neutralize that roadside bomb. He didn't see a third artillery shell into dirt behind him in that crater. An insurgent was off in the distance. Hit a button. On a that nation device that artillery shell exploded not going burkhardt about fifteen feet into the air lands on the dirt road unconscious pants soaked with blood. Our soldiers call a medevac helicopter. Ride away go up tomb start. Cut his pants off. Start tending to his boons after few minutes burkhart regains consciousness. The soldiers couldn't believe that and and he's laying there and he asked the soldiers if he has both of his legs because they had no no sensation from the waist down. They sure to me had both of his legs. They continue to work on 'em couple minutes later. He gets a tingling sensation in his legs. He tells the soldiers he wants to stand up. Soldiers couldn't believe that this guy had just gotten blown up and so we struggles to his feet. He standing there to soldiers around him. The medevac helicopter comes in lands on the ground behind them. The soldiers point to the stretcher On the ground in front of the misogony. We've got you know. Gotta put you on a stretcher and carry you to that helicopter. He looks at the soldiers and he says i'm not going to have you carry me that helicopter on a stretcher. I'm going to walk there under my own power. Because i don't want the insurgents of the pleasure of seeing me being carried that helicopter and easy. He says that he raises his hand into the air and gives the insurgents which i will call a one finger salute reporter reported from the omaha world heritage takes a picture of him standing there Groin protector. you know. In in front of his private area there. No pants on finger thrown up into the air soldiers around him. You'd say the helicopter the background. That picture became an iconic picture of the iraq war but what is deleted Point of the story. And the reason i tell this story and the reason. I think it's important. The leadership point of this story is member told you. He had two young marines with them that day. He knew he was going to have to recover from his wounds. He knew what all the roadside bomb attacks were getting that those two young marines were going to have to be out there probably later on that day routes realizing roadside bombs. The reason he wanted to walk to that helicopter instead of being carried there had nothing at all to do with what he thought and surgeons for thinking. He wanted to walk to that helicopter so we would not shatter the confidence of those too young marines. Pseudo leadership point is even after getting blown up ten minutes earlier. His main concern was not with his own wounds. His bank concern was with those two young marines. Who he was leading an isn't that what leadership is all about. And we talked about that looking out for the welfare of those you lead rather than your own welfare and that's exactly what gandhi burkhardt exemplified that day. And that's why. I like to tell that story that i read read that story. I had to read it again. Because i was laughing because i could just see i. I have friends who are marines right by the way. There's no such thing as an ex marine okay. the just doesn't exist. I've been told that countless times by my friend there's just no such thing they they may be quote unquote have retired at the end of their name. But they're still all. And and and i just thinking about them go. That's exactly what jimmy would. That's exactly what he would have done. That's what bob would have done. He would have done the same thing. I i can. Just see it. I just great story but it was truly the surprise in that lesson was not. I thought it was going to be resiliency. It is but the point is that he cared so much about making sure that those other two young marines were their that their mental emotional state was not shaken. Yeah and you know jay that think about this as leaders we face adversity almost every day in whatever organization were leading the some degree and and sometimes things get tough honest and the point is as a leader. You can't be thinking. I'm an figuratively. I'll use this. You know you can't be thinking. I'm cold i i'm hungry. You know i. I'm shivering right. No you you've got to show those you're leading that you know what i've got the resiliency to overcome this. And because i do you have the resiliency to overcome. They might be called. I might be hungry. I might be weak. But i'm going to take care of you before i take care of myself. And that's the essence of leadership. We underestimate the modeling of behavior. Don't we when it comes to leadership absolutely. Yeah and you know what the other thing i learned in my forty years of leading soldiers also leading teams in the business sector. Is the people you lead are always watching you practice. You know you could. You could put down in writing. What your leadership philosophy is or you could verbally give some guidance about behaviors. You're looking for but those you lead are going to be watching to see you. Know how do you adhere your own guidance. Behaviors that you're looking for you. Exemplify those behaviors and your followers are always watching and your actions speak so much larger than larger louder than your words. Do
"gandhi" Discussed on Nationalism in India
"Hello everyone. Welcome back to to the third episode of my podcast gandhi and nationalism. Who you all fine and taking very good care of yourself very good today. I'm going to tell you very interesting story. And those who love to listening stories. The must learn only one subject. And what's that history right now before i tell you the story. I request you all to close your eyes. And i didn't defy fables personality. He was a feeless. Ingen lawyer and g. All nationalist political artist who launched knowing more into resistance against the mighty british true. Not only this. He launched famous geogra- against john's route idiotic audience in south africa for which he made comments release injury relief. Act last but not the leased. He was devoted us baucus. Yes he voice. None other than mohandas karamchand gandhi father of nation a man who took grains of indian national woman and guided its density through its most climatic years and to speak about him to learn about is indeed very interesting. So are you ready to no doubt ten. Okay listen to me very carefully. As a young barrister he landed in dublin in eighteen ninety three from eighteen ninety four to nineteen zero six is setup natal indian congress there and started a paper coal india new video. And why did he start a paper in a foreign land for the indians as the condition all the indians were not good when he reached still he was convinced. With this fact the tell the federal indians living beer are being discriminated by the foreigners so from the erating ninety four to nineteen zero six. He followed a moderate face the mortgage policies to help his fellow indians right. And then the goldman there in nafta it or i can see bossed ishii the glow amendment audience. He used passive resistance to help indians living bill. Now what was the slow. This act was an humilating and discriminating law against indians and forced indians to carry registration certificates all the time it forced them to take out the certificate of registration which helps their fingerprints so this was very annoying so gandhi cheese role was very important. He started the thought of. He asked his followers to follow the path of trump and set the other. He urged for repealment of black act. Finally that if lord resulted in sweet foods the passing of relief act in nineteen fourteen and gandhiji left south africa with this foundational. Learning of jeff levine saddam. Radio so now he already knew the strength and the weakness of this metalled and he was ready to use this in india. He came in and deal in january nineteen fifteen year round. He spent traveling around his country. People used to flock to him for has dushan as he was really great. The ear dining seventeen and nineteen eighteen was very important as it witness. Three significant struggled struggles involving gone peachy in three important areas. Jump barin and about here. Now let us examine the cases of these videos. The first important trump pardon here. What happened the european plunges be forced cultivators into agreements to cultivate indigo on three by twenty of their holdings and this system was thin. Your system right so. They were forcing cultivators to grow indigo and when synthetic dyes came it force indigo to cut out of the market. Then what happened to the cultivators. You don't plan to secure more advantaged by enhancing rinse from them and other illegal jews. Why as this was a price from them for releasing them all from the obligation of cultivating indigo and then gone gandhiji king. Please note it down what happened. Go meant appointed a commission of inquiry to go into whole issue and nominated gandhiji as an one of its member and this was the initial success of gandhiji in the indian struggle for the independence. This leave when he came in what he did. All evidences collected from eight thousand reasons convinced commission to abolish the prevailing system and not does left convinced. so this was the initial success of gandhiji. Now end up at. The dispute was brewing between workers and the mill owners over the question of plague bonus employers. They were not willing to increase the plague bonus they were not willing to give this while the mill workers they wanted so herod on digi worked for the compromise between them and made them agree in arbitration by tribunal. But what happened. Mill owners withdrew from the agreement and offer twenty personal borders with this gandhiji advice workers to go on strike. He address them every day on the banks of southern fever and he set an example of strength for them by going fast.
Taliban Enter Kandahar City and Seize Border Posts
"Have made further advances by capturing two key frontier points. The Islam Carla crossing with Iran and the town of Tour Gandhi on the border with Turkmenistan. In the south. The insurgents had briefly entered the city of Kandahar before being pushed back.
"gandhi" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"The armstrong and getty show. I think a lot of things about this country are really embarrassing. Just like i mean racist. History colonization even currently. Just what's going on with politics and the cops boy. That's one of those deals where you stick a microphone in the face of a young person and ask them. What do you think of. The country are well the good folks at campus reform which are actually a fabulous website along with the fire the foundation for individual rights and educational. They're keeping an eye on college campuses and what's being taught in the student's attitudes and that sort of thing. Yeah they're talking to young college people and it turns out to be women in the georgetown area. Which if it's not georgetown. It's a american university. George washington university all sorts of liberal schools in the area. We want to hear more from asking people questions. Oh absolutely i do clip. Are you proud to be an american. No i feel embarrassed to be an american every day. I think that's a complicated question for me. I think. I i. I think most of the time no at least over the past four years. It's been tricky to love to be an american half. Seize on that like partly. Because like i feel like there's certain topics where it's like very controversial but like i don't know i would honestly bother kind of live somewhere else. It's it's i wonder. Has this ever happened in history. Are there other countries where this has ever happened before where they're young elite and these are young elite whether they're up and coming elite class is taught to hate the country. They live in his. That is that ever happened in a in a country before. Well and to be contemptuous of the greatest experiment and governance in the history of man. Well i mean that's an especially severe the thing to do right but just even if even if you're from a crappy country i mean whatever your country. Has this ever happened in history before where the young people are being taught to hate the place. They live gosh not in this way. Now everything about it systems. It's judicial system it's legislative branch. It's schooling everything is bad and wrong and she writes. Droid i mean has this. Has any country ever tried this experiment before it's interesting to hear the voices some those young women. They are clearly mouthing that which they've been told they have to say or their social group has has made clear that that's the only opinion should hold. There's not in some of them. There's no conviction there just again mouthing. Well yeah well you know you believe what you're taught that's just the way it works to seize on that. Have these on that. That i know a couple of very bright like among the brighter people i know have known people who have those attitudes. Because that's what they were taught in their very expensive school. Well and i think part of it has to do with youth has to push back against authority and the the big and powerful because it makes them feel brave even though the risking absolutely nothing but our parents generation were young once. We were young once lots of people young once. They didn't have these attitudes. You're right you're right. Click fifty two. Not most of the time i think. Sometimes it's just a little embarrassing. We claim to like support. Everyone but you know we continue to support israel. Which is you know which are dislocating. Quite a few palestinian people. And that's you know it's sad. I don't know i think that our economy just cares about money and not like are like they're humans like yeah in general. I wouldn't say that. I am as proud as i was but i would still say there's a little bit of country pride very. Go worry child go do something else. You know what you are reminded of how seriously you should take the opinions of people in this age group. I some of that here. go ahead. How about the crowd that wants to lower the voter voting age. Oh well the yeah. Yeah it ain't. Because those people are hard to brainwash fifty-three please i know. The american dream is so thaw after that. It's not even a thing anymore. Even really think. There is an american jim really anymore. I mean like. I would honestly bother kind of live somewhere else i mean. I don't know. I'd say that it's like the greatest. Didn't like the olympics skull fix to. We have to get to fifty four. Can you name a country. that's more welcoming than the united states who Not really. I don't really know that i don't really have that much information key. Name a better country than the united states in your opinion. I'm not sure if i can. I don't think i can I mean there's probably a really tiny european country that thriving. Ooh the question at europe europe's not a country you go to seize on that that all those discussions should be followed by the compared to what compared to it. What what what are we using as a standard here with an imaginary place that has never existed in never will exist that the standard well then we failing quite a bit but isn't joe biden. One of those politicians says. Hey compare me to my opponent not to the almighty god almighty compared when you them we. We need to do that with the united states all the time on these conversations. Yeah every country is a work in progress all the time. yeah we get. We're imperfect let's work making it better. Europe go have these on that. I love it slurs. We're gonna talk afghanistan to kick off hour to armstrong and getty. Have you ever wondered what the media and big tech is hiding from. 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"gandhi" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"The armstrong and getty show official now that orange haired fast running american woman that was going to become a household name. It's not going to compete in the olympics because she smoked marijuana in a state where it is legal but it is not legal for your men olympic athlete. So she's officially out. Yeah seems kind of silly but You know you can't just pick and choose who gets You know who faces the you know the rules who faces the consequences for breaking the rules is is there a case somewhere where you know. Some vaunted boxer we really counting on or some can name make exceptions if they can. I'd say go ahead. I'm surprised they didn't somehow behind the scenes. Just it's a tv show like we always say it's a tv show. It would be a better tv show with her running in it. But what about the sanctity of the -delity now that's hilarious. Lob writing that's hilarious. A bunch of euro fat cats get rich well and a bunch of your Your communist countries who cheat like crazy and always have so so. We've got an athlete who smoked marijuana one day a month ago and she can't run but over the years the east germans back when that was the thing or the chinese the soviets whatever they do all kinds of crazy. Crap they're women had penises freedom-loving quote of the day once again the great thomas so both the sicilian mafia and the criminal tongues in china began his movements to defend the oppressed. So perhaps we should not be so painfully surprised that venerable american civil rights organizations have begun to degenerate into extortion rackets interesting and then another one of my favorites. You might say the road to hell is paved with ivy league decrees like that maalik. Hey fellas read shame. Fan of armstrong and getty over ten years. Some really nice things. Thank you sir. But he goes on to write I had a quick thought on the decriminalization of crime which is also popular especially on the blue western coast of the us working great. Oh yeah it's just super everybody's loving it. All the forty percent of people who vowed to leave san francisco in next year and nothing to do with skyrocketing anyway carried quarters that say that the town has gotten crappier. Their standard of living gotten crappier in the last in the last few quarters. That's amazing job. Jorge casco and chesapeake bodine your radical. Da's anyway Shane writes if cops cannot are without a recipe for for doing crime. That i suppose regular everyday folks might get out of hand stopping crime and will not get arrested for their vigilanteism. I could see this. Get out of hand. Rapidly turned into mayhem. Which is what. I believe the weirdos that wanted decriminalize crime want to accomplish in the first place. It's only a matter of time. Before law-abiding citizen citizens start taking care of their fellow law abiding citizens you know. It's a good point chain in. It reminds me so many of the radicals and the two guys. I i mentioned our way left. Marxist radicals part of the strategy is to make the system breakdown because if it breaks down completely than you have an excuse for saying well. Obviously this old racist system didn't work. Let's usher in a marxist utopia everybody and people think well. Yeah it did break down. But that's part of the strategy to intentionally make it fall apart so i wonder if that's what those radical as are doing. They know exactly what the results of their their plans. I don't know how many of them think that or how many of them are just delusional enough to think. If he didn't have cops that people would behave themselves. It seems like there. There is a constituency for that idea in chicago over the weekend. A hundred people got shot in one holiday weekend. A hundred people got shot not a single arrest. Holy cow incredible. Can you imagine sink about that. A hundred people getting shot. Ten people getting shot his astounding. That happened ten times at having every six hours over the long weekend. That's crazy hundred. John eighteen killed no arrests. We'll sprinkle some more male bankin throughout the morning to talk about that hack turned out to be bigger than we thought out of what looks to be about same russian group from a couple of weeks ago and we thought it was plenty. Big things are getting worse in afghanistan and we thought they were bad already. A bunch of different things and talk about armstrong and getty happy hour can finally live up to its name with the introduction of solictor spirited ice slick as a brand new boozy freezer pop that is crafted with elevated flavors to inspire. Good times it's available in different premium. Spirit offerings including vodka a gubbay and rum and slips frozen cocktail varieties. 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"gandhi" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"gandhi" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Studio. See see senior. You know what it is into. Dimly lit room it is dimly lit from the bowels of the armstrong and getty communications compound today dimly lit dark dark enough Our general manager the american federation of teachers one of the great forces for evil in america. Wow and why do you say that allen number reasons Of course the keeping school shots in the kids miserable when it was unnecessary during govan. And now they are vowing to teach critical race theory in every school in america. Now what's going on. They're insanity will break it down for michael insulation party that's what we're doing day patching around nap and chips verbs of information. We've got big heap in helping. The entrees have been information the whole thing not a bad metaphor. Keep working on it. You know eventually will get right. The salt of sarcasm. Exactly then the delicious cooling beverage of you're so we understand our technical director board operator. Michelangelo had an incident on the way to work today. what happened. michael was in a car accident. This morning i'm good. I'm number one. Thing is when i got hit and i pulled over. I said hey i'm fine so that's good. I'm still here and getting off the off ramp of the highway and somebody we rear ended you right in the side of me. So my right Rear door is completely smashed in well right rear door. How do you get t-boned like that. Getting off a highway. Yeah i i don't know exactly and it was dark in that area so at the time is early so both pulled over exchange insurance information. And here i am. You know safe safe and sound cops involved or do it on your own now. Very nice person and Got all the information but the thing that's hard as you got a call right away and it's not a quick process. No i'm sure and it took me a long time on the phone explaining getting the claim setup. And you got to know what happened in this. What your vin number. What you're you know. Get with their their number. What their insurance and it goes on and on and on so who had the nicer car. That's what i always wonder. Oh i did car. I think but to drag. You wanna be you hoping. Interact that you've got the yeah crap here anyway. Well everybody's got a crappy car now so glad the number one. The other driver was insured. I'm a little surprised that cops were involved. I haven't gotten in into a fender bender and forever. But in both instances the cops came and filed a report drew little pictures and the rest of it. Who that fault was there. Any discussion of that company urge that are now I'd certainly rather have a You know half hour ordeal rather than a two hour ordeal. I had my option. Oh heck yeah yeah absolutely. Well glad you didn't get hurt. Cars drivable. How's it is drivable. Looks ugly but It's driveable how long are you going to drive around with it looking like that. Not very long. Any windows smashed out seeing the the because the black trash bag in the window is a good look excellent maybe you roll down your windows and then put the black trash bag in the window to make it. Look yeah michael. I know you don't like to talk about this. But how long does it take to get parts for rolls royce race here. I wish i had that kind of money. So if the silver shadow he commutes in it one thing about almost always driving a car with a lot of like. I'm driving a truck with one hundred twenty thousand miles on it so like if somebody's about the merger i think go ahead do ahead come on come on way ahead me. Feel free hands on the steering wheel. I'll be fine. Get a new car different car. Whatever but that's that's the advantage driving somebody new wave and go on sorry on. Oh yeah i've had. I've driven many vehicles where there are little minor. Fender benders like taps in the run burdens. Just like whatever you know doesn't how am i gonna have improved it. You wanna knocked back into alignment. One person hit another person to knock it back. Yeah all be fine. Yeah well. I'm just glad i'm safe. I'm glad i'm here in here. Goodness you don't you don't actually know if you made a mistake. They made a mistake. I made a mistake yesterday. And like i thought i looked all the lanes i started to go go over to another lane. It's a hornet loud. there's somebody right there it happens. Sometimes i try to remember that whenever somebody does that to me. They are out to kill me. They aren't maniacs. they may have just made a mistake. Like i do like once a year on wrong. That's wrong you force them off the road yet get out. You fight 'em every time. That's what i was afraid of it. I finger than fight him. Who am i involved with here. It's dark i'm on the highway. Who am i am. I going to have to fight somebody here. Give them the finger then them force them off the road than fight them. I think i've told the so. I told who'd i tell the story to the other day. Somebody talked about giving somebody the finger on the highway. And i said i did that. One time and a guy chased me for like an hour and a half. And i've never done that before and he was clearly a lunatic. I mean he he was driving like a seven hundred dollar car and he had cut me off in a way that all i thought was going to kill me. I mean it was just crazy reckless. I think he was hired drunk or something. And i flipped him off and then he got behind me and his eight hundred dollar beater car and he had i mean he just had the look of the lunatic boy and he was so mad at me. And he's saying his screaming and both barrels and f. You f. You and i thought i don't want to deal with this guy so i just kept going. I took an exit. He followed me. He followed me all over town before calmly. Lost is mel gibson. Perhaps this is the days pre cell phone so that wasn't an option. But yeah scenario like that. I'd had for police station and try to figure out where the cop shop. While i wouldn't have the slightest idea Aware that would be But cell phones change that. Oh yeah yeah siri. Could you direct me to the nearest police station. Yeah we use cellphones a lot. Actually we we both went around. Taking pictures of the damage of our license. Plates are dis so we did really good thorough job. So i wanna get attacked in the parking lot of a police station. You think that'd be better. Well at least a cow response. Time would be short. Exactly as your heads bounced off the kirby. Wait for the cops. Doubt a guy's gonna follow me into a police station parking lot and commit a felony. Although if he is indeed a maniac you never know never flip off a guy in an eight hundred dollar car. No no he's got nothing to lose exactly michael and his silver shadow go ahead. He's got a great coupon in one hand if you remember the old commercial steering wheel in the other year five but so i had. This happened the other day. And i thought this is a common experience. Have you ever done this before. Where like somebody. I don't know some minor traffic in incident. Where you you might be angry at. Normally the light turns green and they don't go or they tried to take your about whatever it is something like that but then you recognize. Oh hey it's jim and then you wave and everything like that so immediately any anger you had goes away when you recognize that some and i think that that's you know i tried to take that attitude toward people. I don't know because if when once you realize it somebody you know then you think okay there. A normal person. They just made a mistake. They just didn't notice like turn green or didn't see me or whatever you make all these but if you don't know them you you'll assume the the worst they're out to get me. They're doing this on purpose. They clearly shouldn't be driving. They probably voted for biden. You know whatever whatever. Gandhi still got fight him next door neighbor. That doesn't change the rules. You gotta be consistent. The rule of laws what separates us from the apes. It got to be consistent that that voice guy cut liners. that would have been a good or whatever gandhi. You've gotta fight them. It's the armstrong and getty show. Jim.
Reach Your Highest Self Through Anger Mismanagement
"Do you ever wake up some days. Shasta lusting for a tussle yearning for an altercation on the press of bashing your mother fucking head through window schussed for fun verbally assaulting an innocent bystander. Because their face offends you. Gandhi would encourage you to channel these vitriolic thoughts into some measly on dick. Slap her third eye and to enlightenment and send you packing sands of motionlessly disturbed baggage here on and body no soul we embrace inner anger because it is inherently heart of us and win exercised appropriately can be beautifully incredible force of natcher. Being obscenely. Angry can be a motion elite depleted. But it can also be super super fun. I liked to think of myself as the very best most articulate abrasive and masterful version of myself. When i am able to channel can arrange
Jokic leads Nuggets to 8th straight win by beating Spurs
"Another dominant performance from the coli okay draws just enough as the nuggets racked up their eighth consecutive win one twenty one one nineteen over the spurs yup it's logged a triple double with twenty six points thirteen rebounds and fourteen assists between Gandhi from really really good most of us passionate people online I think again we did a really good job on the on the global and on there are there are kind and may make her truce losers of five straight San Antonio was down by eighteen in the first half of the spurs Derek white hit a couple of free throws to make it one twenty one nineteen with ten seconds to go Bruce Morton Denver
How to Pay Down Debt
"High one. I'm completely fines would come in our website. We took above financial literacy and financial independence. Today i would like to say a few words about the first section that can take defiance independence and that is no other than paying down order. Your high interested it. It is important to make the distinction between high interest in low interest. That as there can be good. Low interest heads with interest is no more than five percents and in the long-term term can increase your income or net worth some examples of gupta it's mortgages or low interest business loans. So today we're we're talking about things down high interested in food and as fast as possible. First and foremost you need to have a complete view of volume debts. List down all your debts. Such as credit cards and personal loans and include the interest rates. You bay on needs of your debts. This will give you a food picture of where you are with all your existing debt. Secondly you need to ensure you get to a surplus position every month and that your monthly expenses do not exceed your monthly income. This is the most mentally challenging part as it will require a mindset shift from overspending to living below your means and may also require some temporary lifestyle changes you can save getting to a surplus position by increasing your income thing down your expenses or by doing both leslie on some practical ways on how you can pay down high interested faster. You can negotiate with your lenders that interest rate your gandhi pain. You can consolidate your debts to one or two lenders to contract them more easily. You can move your kind that balances to lower or even zero interest rate could facilities some lenders dual for promotional low interest rate periods. When you move your credit balance to them you can set up automated payments each month so that you do not forget making your payments as this is something that can also hundred credit score. You can pay your suit bait more than the minimum balance and you should start paying down. I the dead with the highest interest rates as this will allow you to save more on the on the interest rate. Expense your thing. You can also seek financial advice from an expert on how you can respect your existing that balances.
Indian farmers begin hunger strike amid fury against Modi
"Indian farmers taking part in more than two months of protest against new agricultural laws have begun a hunger strike to re offend the peaceful nature of that movement following violent clashes with police deleted say the hunger strike is timed to coincide with the death anniversary of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi who was famed for his non violent resistance to colonial rule tens of thousands of farmers have been camped on the edge of New Delhi since November seeking the repeal of rules they say will favor large agribusiness and corporations moody and his allies say the laws and necessary to modernize Indian agriculture multiple rounds of talks between the two sides have been unsuccessful get both sides appear to be growing more entrenched I'm surpasses
Indian farmers begin hunger strike to protest agriculture laws
"Of Indian farmers have been observing a one day hunger strike to protest against the new agriculture laws, which they say will benefit big private buyers. It coincides with the anniversary of the death of the independence leader Mahatma Gandhi. Tens of thousands of farmers have camped on the outskirts of Delhi for more than two months. The government argues that the new farm reforms will attract more private investment.
A Ham Sandwich Is Contraband in the Brave New Post-Brexit World
"Right. Let's go over this if someone just posted this video and they are in the uk and they can't bring their sandwich on a ferry and they say according to this article because of brexit but as gandhi was telling me that this has been a thing already but this guy couldn't get his ham sandwich on a ferry the meat on older breath. Yeah okay let me take them all. Yes i take me. Leave me the breath. Everything will be Go skated to the breakfast. Sorry oh my god branch you mentioned going to work your sandwich made at home and then he just gets confiscated on the ferry
12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.
"In my weekly readings. I came across a new website that ooh got lost in a little bit. it is gail brenner. dot com. that's b. r. e. n. n. e. r. Gail you spell it. Well i guess. I should spell gale g. i l. brenner. Dot com. dr gail brenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience offering psychotherapy and she digs deep in to the sacred space in us. The tagline on our website is sacred space for awakened living and what that means to me after reading a little bit about her and her writings is that she got very curious about what causes human suffering while a subject to we all are pretty curious about but don't tend to spend a lot of time on researching and she developed ways of looking at things for herself and then went on to get her Degree her doctorate in psychology clinical psychology and now helps others transition journey into that well of wisdom deep within ourselves in her bio she states. I'm a psychologist. Who loves this human life and the freedom that's possible to live it fully so good in one of her blog. Post twelve enlightening ways to find peace. In any moment she starts off by using a quote by gandhi. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance. And i'll slow. Roll the word ignorance. A lot of people get triggered by that. That's one of those words. My dad used to us. It's okay it just means not having the facts having the knowledge so he goes on to say as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounds it. It shines clear. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounded it shines clear. Love that quote. Because it's at the very heart of how i work with people to become aware of your inner world to the extent that you don't let these automatic thoughts rule your behavior your emotions and continue to trigger you being this loop of of action reaction action reaction he c- inner peace is not religious or spiritual choice. It is something we all have access to no matter our belief system. It's right there within you right now not to say that. Religion and spirited journeys buddhism other means of interpreting. Our inner lives aren't valuable but they aren't necessary. You can actually do this by understanding your connection to a greater good. You do have to have this belief in something outside of yourself. As being more powerful you are not the sole person re responsible for this entire world you are responsible for your internal inside peace. Inner peace has little if anything to do with the outside world that's why it's called inner peace you know. It has nothing to do with how people see you. It's how you see and know yourself. It is not influenced by the practice of changing externally physically. It has influenced and achieved if you will inner peace by what you do inside of yourself in your times by yourself with yourself. I like to call it. Well mindedness if you want more contentment. More peace more calm. You gotta get in there and clean out the cobwebs and the dirt. That's been accumulating in my case all of the dust balls for balls for my for babies that internal stuff that you've just been collecting frankly ignoring for so long. We've got to clear that out we've got to make sense of it. We've got to put it in piles decide what to do with it. We need to stop hoarding. Ruminations and resentment you see many of us have little hope because we don't understand our own strength. I'm adamant about this in my practice with my clients. You have strength within you right now that you have long forgotten that's gone and unintended to. We've gotta get in there and put your arms around it figured out. No it no you and how you do that is i. Go back and learn to cultivate ways to be aware in ways to be in
12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.
"Hi everyone by the time. You will be listening to my voice in this moment. Twenty twenty will be in our rear view mirror class. Hey or so we hope it has been a tough one and you have made it. That's a strength and strength is what we're going to talk about today. Strength in peace and trying to find both through the mucky muck of years like two thousand twenty. How do we make this transition. Where do we go from here. All of these thoughts are percolating amongst us right. Really trying. I did a podcast on hope last week. About really digging in to our inner strength which includes hope and i'm going to go further with that this week and talk about how we find the strength within us when we don't think we have any. And how do we find a pathway to peace within ourselves whatever you are struggling with addiction or depression or god bless america and the whole world. All of us are slightly anxious these days. Whatever it is you have with a new two day means to make it better. We have to dig deep for that. And i'm encouraging you to turn to others in your life and reach out your hand reach out your hand so someone else can help you. It is not this life about helping other people all the time we need to receive it as well so twenty twenty one here. We come in my weekly readings. I came across a new website that ooh got lost in a little bit. it is gail brenner. dot com. that's b. r. e. n. n. e. r. Gail you spell it. Well i guess. I should spell gale g. i l. brenner. Dot com. dr gail brenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience offering psychotherapy and she digs deep in to the sacred space in us. The tagline on our website is sacred space for awakened living and what that means to me after reading a little bit about her and her writings is that she got very curious about what causes human suffering while a subject to we all are pretty curious about but don't tend to spend a lot of time on researching and she developed ways of looking at things for herself and then went on to get her Degree her doctorate in psychology clinical psychology and now helps others transition journey into that well of wisdom deep within ourselves in her bio she states. I'm a psychologist. Who loves this human life and the freedom that's possible to live it fully so good in one of her blog. Post twelve enlightening ways to find peace. In any moment she starts off by using a quote by gandhi. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance. And i'll slow. Roll the word ignorance. A lot of people get triggered by that. That's one of those words. My dad used to us. It's okay it just means not having the facts having the knowledge so he goes on to say as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounds it. It shines clear. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounded it shines clear. Love that quote. Because it's at the very heart of how i work with people to become aware of your inner world to the extent that you don't let these automatic thoughts rule your behavior your emotions and continue to trigger you being this loop of of action reaction action reaction he c- inner peace is not religious or spiritual choice. It is something we all have access to no matter our belief system.
12 Ways to Light a Path to Peace in Any Moment.
"Hi everyone by the time. You will be listening to my voice in this moment. Twenty twenty will be in our rear view mirror class. Hey or so we hope it has been a tough one and you have made it. That's a strength and strength is what we're going to talk about today. Strength in peace and trying to find both through the mucky muck of years like two thousand twenty. How do we make this transition. Where do we go from here. All of these thoughts are percolating amongst us right. Really trying. I did a podcast on hope last week. About really digging in to our inner strength which includes hope and i'm going to go further with that this week and talk about how we find the strength within us when we don't think we have any. And how do we find a pathway to peace within ourselves whatever you are struggling with addiction or depression or god bless america and the whole world. All of us are slightly anxious these days. Whatever it is you have with a new two day means to make it better. We have to dig deep for that. And i'm encouraging you to turn to others in your life and reach out your hand reach out your hand so someone else can help you. It is not this life about helping other people all the time we need to receive it as well so twenty twenty one here. We come in my weekly readings. I came across a new website that ooh got lost in a little bit. it is gail brenner. dot com. that's b. r. e. n. n. e. r. Gail you spell it. Well i guess. I should spell gale g. i l. brenner. Dot com. dr gail brenner is a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty years of experience offering psychotherapy and she digs deep in to the sacred space in us. The tagline on our website is sacred space for awakened living and what that means to me after reading a little bit about her and her writings is that she got very curious about what causes human suffering while a subject to we all are pretty curious about but don't tend to spend a lot of time on researching and she developed ways of looking at things for herself and then went on to get her Degree her doctorate in psychology clinical psychology and now helps others transition journey into that well of wisdom deep within ourselves in her bio she states. I'm a psychologist. Who loves this human life and the freedom that's possible to live it fully so good in one of her blog. Post twelve enlightening ways to find peace. In any moment she starts off by using a quote by gandhi. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance. And i'll slow. Roll the word ignorance. A lot of people get triggered by that. That's one of those words. My dad used to us. It's okay it just means not having the facts having the knowledge so he goes on to say as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounds it. It shines clear. Truth is by nature self evident as soon as you remove the cobwebs of ignorance that surrounded it shines clear. Love that quote. Because it's at the very heart of how i work with people to become aware of your inner world to the extent that you don't let these automatic thoughts rule your behavior your emotions and continue to trigger you being this loop of of action reaction action
FDA panel to review second COVID-19 vaccine
"The food and drug administration panel is expected to recommend approval of a second covert nineteen vaccine today the maternal vaccine is made the same way as the Pfizer shot approved last week Gandhi administered this week health and Human Services chief Alex Cesar says FDA scientists gave the maternity drug a positive review the vaccine is ninety four point five percent effective in reducing the incidence of covert nineteen among the treated group which far exceeds the standard FDA has set forth for emergency use authorization and they concluded that the vaccine is safe in independent FDA advisory panel will publicly review the data today and is expected to recommend emergency use which would clear the way for agency approval and distribution next week Sager mag ani Washington
One half of the 'Property Brothers' praises solar
"So our friends drew in jonathan scott. The property brothers right. We've had our show many times. So danielle when you think of jonathan drew scott you think of what they do. What home improvements. Yup yup gandhi that they flip property and make me feel bad about my own home frog you when you think of the property. Brothers you think that they do for a living fix up houses and sell them for more money. Let me tell you what jonathan scott is doing. He's the one on the left. He is a new documentary. Coming out Actually it's out. I think it came out friday. Hold on. I'll check and see. It's called jonathan scott power trip and it's about renewable energy the environment and social justice. I know a whole new lane for jonathan Find out when it started. I think is starting friday if not starts tonight on. Pbs at ten nine central and if it already played you can watch it on demand. I'm sure it's pretty amazing and i. I love the fact that he is so known. Jonathan scott part of the property brothers is known for that. And that's it you know he's a nice guy he's a friend of ours but the fact that he decided no. I want to do something else. In addition to what we do and he he made it happen. It's pretty out by. The way came out november twelfth which was thursday out thursday them all right so it's called again power trip with jonathan scott. Pbs look for. Thank you for my toast. Thank you to alex for bringing my toes. I put it in the toaster in new downstairs. Can you butter this and bring it down to a hope to do everything. Yeah thank you anyway. Isn't that neat. I mean it reminds me of what god is doing. Gandhi is on the air. She's a she's a well known radio producer and she's now she's co host and she started painting she started doing artwork. Made a business out of it. I have and it's been going so well. And i think a huge part of that as obviously you guys but it is fun to like lanes and still have support from people. It's great it makes me feel good so good for him go jonathan. I know it's great. Jonathan scott again Do a search for power trip and see if you can watch it on demand on on.
Ron Rivera to wrap up cancer treatment on Monday, says everything is headed in the right direction
"For a Washington football team. Head coach Ron Rivera told us today told the after practice that his final cancer treatment will be on Mondays. That is really good news. He said. He's been told it's headed in the right direction. There will be follow ups. But his final treatment set for Monday as they get set to face Dallas this weekend City Charles Antonio Gandhi golden going to be out as their right also going to miss the
Mobile Voting's Future
"Many of us can get to the polls on election day if we prioritize and make a plan and everything goes smoothly. But for some people getting to a polling location isn't even an option whether they are in rural locations or in another country. Really out there the ends of the Earth it's it's ugly Afghanstan. It's middle Afghanistan. That's where West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner found himself in twenty twelve after more than a decade serving in the military he was working in. Afghanistan is a military contractor, the roads there were under frequent attack. The mountains were treacherous and the weather could be nasty, and so there were literally months. Wouldn't get mail. Just part is the acceptance of that type song. I'm that meant Warner couldn't vote in the twenty twelve primary. Fast forward to two thousand. Seventeen. Warner's back in the US and becomes West Virginia Secretary of State. So now he's in charge of his State selection and wants to help military personnel to vote more easily. Assistance is just kind of an afterthought or any cases. So what I WANNA, do I wanNA give soldiers and opportunity to vote and I think the Electric means is the most logical place to go. Warner. Started thinking about a guy he met back in twenty fourteen budding Entrepreneur Nimitz. Hani. So my brother and I viewers go. Up and to be at a hacksaw at South by southwest in Austin. Texas. At south by southwest side was just a guy trying to break into the tech world. He wasn't thinking about voting what really intrigued US besides the in the free food. Tons was the prize money and the team of the on was hacked to the future. Was One thing you would do in the future and how you're doing. So as he thought about the future and what he would do. So honey actress past growing up in India as a member of the Sikh minority A separatist movement was ascending in northern India led by seeks that was swiftly brought down by then prime minister Indira. Gandhi in Nineteen eighty-four she was assassinated by her Sikh bodyguards. There was a lot of political and religious turmoil and election soon after for the new communist and there were some very unfortunate incidents which happened under time and one of them was as a little kid see people being coerced ward at gunpoint. Coercion to vote at gun point that can stick with a person and in Austin under pressure to create an innovative APP. Sahana. Used that memory and pitched mogul voting after that used a digital ledger called the blockchain that was invented to help, buy and sell crypto currency. And when we pissed onstage, it was printer of silence in. Maybe. The completely bombed when they announced the first by it was a shock. So honey. Took that prize money found investors and developed the mobile phone voting APP called votes. That's V O. His first client was Mac Warner, the former Afghanistan contractor who's now West Virginia's secretary of state in two, thousand eighteen. The state became the first in the country to try it out in a federal election when Warner launched small mobile voting pilot program for his states military personnel serving overseas. But there were issues and there were critics
Woman dies after gang-rape in India, second in a week
"Two leaders off the Indian opposition Congress party have been arrested outside Delhi after they set out to meet the parents of a teenage gang rape victim who died from her injuries. Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka was stopped as they attempted to walk across the village walk towards the village of the victim in neighboring utter Pradesh state. His and Barrasso Natarajan. Television pictures showed the Congress Party leader ruffle Gandhi falling to the ground as police officers tried to block its progress. The put up with the state government has imposed restrictions on gatherings in the village off the rape victim was died. Two weeks after she was assaulted. She was from the marginalized the Dalit community who often face discrimination despite laws that protect them. There has been a national outcry over the incident on India's governing Hindu nationalist B. J. P has been criticized for failing to act after the rape. Protests have been held in several places for a second day over the incident
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran's Daily Highlight
"You know we're a part of this Karen problem you know every time it seems someone's out there. Jaw Jack in for the wrong reasons and making people feel like crap and. Just hanging there stuff on other people it's. It's like okay. Take a seat, Karen and we call them count. Does it. Do what does it do to? People who are actually named Karen I know? It can't be totally fair. Do we have Karen Online twenty four? Here. Karen Nice. I might try to be kind to everyone I'm always giving people. Not? I'm not that burial typical Karen at all. How is how is this electing? Knowing knowing that your name is being used in this way. I I cannot tell you how many times a day I get named text message to me Caryn names. It's crazy. I mean. Time by laugh some because they are funny, but I'm like. I'm I'm starting to regret. My parents named me Karen. I'm not quite sure. How did the Karen Tag Begin. I don't know I've wondered that myself I haven't done I via look I can be a pain mess times, but not because my name is Karen more because I'm the Spicy Puerto Rican? Gandhi. Do you know are the Karen? Tag came from? So. Karen really started because it was just like the stereotypical complaining like soccer, mom, it was interchangeable in the beginning with like Linda. Lisa all kinds of stuff why Karen got stuck with it, but Cairns are now stuck with. Let's see no sorry. We don't want you to feel like you're disliked, have you? Have you ever said my name is Karen People? Look at you and go oh. Yes. That's not fair. Sometimes! I'll just give fake name or something. Yeah the do you should not have to give a fake name? Karen, someone sin taxes I'm Karen. I'm the most uncaring Karen you'll ever meet. Now. Have you ever complained to the manager? I will admit. I have complained to the management in the past, but not like little things. Like little chief as You know the nasty cash. Here's something that is clearly taking their day out on me. Then yeah I have. Complete. Okay, Karen is your good Karen 'cause you have an intervention with the bad. Because Karen, an actual Karen ruined my fun this weekend and I matter. I need you to talk to the other ones, yeah! What happened. Okay, so we went to a bonfire this weekend, and it was this guy's birthday, so we decided to bring him a gift and I'm in Michigan Right now where apparently there are no laws, and you can buy the craziest fireworks ever just on the side of the road, so we bought a bunch of fireworks, and we went over to light them off legally and right before we did it. This guy's girlfriend was like frees everybody know. To get pissed. He's going to call the cops. I thought she was joking about the neighbor. No, they have a neighbor named Karen. Who calls the cops on them? All the time and I couldn't shoot off fireworks because Karen, so I need you to have. Some. Coincidence it's a coincidence. The complaining Lady's name was actually Karen kind of. Do we all. We feel your good Karen. Daniel Right, you hear good Karen Right here, right? Good Karen through and through. Yeah, he's very all right. We have another. Happy to talk to you too Karen. It's nice to talk to a good Karen. You really are Kinda. Turning turning US around on this have a beautiful day Karen and take care. Thank you thanks for coming on with US line twenty three Karen. Let's see how his. Other Karen. See Karen so far having very good luck with Karen today. Yeah I I tend to think of a good Karen I. Hope I'm a good cairn. I heard that this was a mean thing like a year ago and my daughter's soda was really funny. I'm like what do you mean and they started showing me? Things like this is terrible like I don't think I'm a that. Kinda Karen Karen. have. You actually had to ask other people Pardon me. Do you think I'm a good Karen to see? Overall. But I I do find that when I'm going like if I'm calling someone and I say my name I feel like I pause after I say like Oh. My God I shouldn't even give him my real name. See, that's not good. If you resort to not using your real name because your name is Karen, that's that's not fair for you. Hey, don't you the clip from Dane? Cook here somewhere I'm. Where's this friendly system? If we have it, I don't know if we we do. Care and listen to this. This is Dane Cook. Let's see what he says. There's one person in every group of friends that nobody likes. Basically keep them. They're tainted guts. That's the short version I don't know anyway. He goes on to say her name is Karen. Don't know why. Oh Tire. He certainly. Did. We ever figure out what the male equivalent to Karen was or no. Do we just call him Karen to? We did we had at Chad Carl? Carl. Carl. I don't think we're doing I. Don't think we're doing anyway service. It's okay we've moved on. Good all right, so look Karen. 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"gandhi" Discussed on Podcast Generator Demo
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"gandhi" Discussed on Podcast Generator Demo
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"gandhi" Discussed on Podcast Generator Demo
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"gandhi" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Gandhi wanted to connect with his fans on a more personal level but it kind of backfired few weeks back he tweeted out his what's up number and invited fans to text or call ME then expect much of a response but in a twelve hour period he was overloaded with fifty thousand dollars in tax naturally did not have time to respond all of them but he did hop on a few calls and he answered a lot of tax this is what if I told you that I love you number thirty nine what if I told you that I love you would you tell me that you Love Me but if I told you that I miss you would you tell me that you miss me what if I told I mean it's would you believe me would you tell me the truth what do you tell me that you was I don't I don't know that you miss me I don't want to say it wrong.
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Child. Answering. Ever Stu. He says that you. Don't you're an idiot? That's not true. So far, what's the score? Do we know Lisa and froggy have one? Brandon and Gandhi have won a okay one more tied. Brandon. What is the most annoying thing Gandhi does? We asked her what. She thought you would say what is the most annoying. Whether we're on the phone or she is with me in my car. It is turned on the put on the seat belt. Turn on the radio. And Put Down your phone one hundred percent of the time, so she's very very. Yeah. There you go. You go she she the rules. Funded Air Tasting There's nothing more irritating than a seatbelt Ding through an entire phone, conversation or someone who is a pretty good driver swerving all over the place because he's literally doing math equations with his calculator, not okay, not okay. So you find that she chastises you. What about you guys foggy and Lisa? Lisa! What do you think froggy thinks is the most annoying thing that you do? Or. Is it the way around? What? No? No, what's the most annoying thing that I do? Yes, froggy does annoying things. Which one is the most annoying to you? Get the list. I would say. Farting, farting. Sure her. I mean man. You do it a lot, don't you? Does he do it a lot? Does it smell you know his burping? You've heard is burping before. It's like a whole conversation of BURP. Felt it out and finally walking, lift my leg and like force it. You know. We're tied. With two again. Gandhi and Brandon correct. Yes. Of all the people. Lisa that you have slept with. Would you say that froggy is one of the two best one of the five best or one of the ten best? To. Why do you say like that? that. He's the biggest. He also said that you said. Shoot You're. Right that's. All right. Of everyone you slept with. Would you say that Ghandi's in the top to the top five or top ten best you've ever been with. Top two. Okay good. What a stupid question.
"gandhi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND
"Kim Old I'll be back in fifteen minutes, Babe. He's GonNa. Be Mad mad as hell alert. Again, so, what did you? What did you do now? You're on your third fight of the day. It's only like seven thirty playing around. She walked in here today. What time are we doing and I said? Oh, it'll be some time around eight o'clock. She's like okay I'm ready I, said Oh, I thought you said you were going to look cute for this and then sheet storm out. We'll see this is. A joke it was it was I was not. She hates you whatever? He was checking on straight eight straight eight. How are you? Heather doing. Intermittently wanting to kill each other. I think like couples. I think we're going to be happy when the quarantine stay at home order lifts. Out. Because she's been working from home. And then I get home, and then it's two of us in this small little place, so it's kind of like the situation Gandhi as right now, right? Wow it's it's. It's a little stressful to say the least, so I was talking earlier about how more and more people are commuting in the mornings now. people are slowly going back to work. People who still have jobs anyway and. Scary was saying he actually had a little difficulty finding a parking place today, so the city's actually filling up. Yeah, they normally I could park right in front of the building in these last couple of months, and now here I am circling the block. I'm like wow on like. There's a lot of cars here, so that's that's an indicator. Happy I was happy that I had a circle for a spot. What's up Gandhi Improv? We know you weren't you want. I can't find a parking place I'm so. I guess has jumped like forty forty five cents and just two days. That was pretty surprising. It's been really really cheap where we are has been like a dollar. Twenty five yesterday it was a dollar seventy five so fifty cents up there. Wow, well, my partner from yesterday's round of the newlywed game just. Meandered into the studio here in the base your. Hi Alex. How'd you sleep? You snored. Yes, you did yes. Ally of we started. farted any snored. Playing with this belly now he can come to the microphone. Okay here, you. Why are you playing with your your belly? What's going on well? Yesterday we ate and drank so much that a belly was bloated, and you could hit a liquid sloshing around, so I pretended I had like a hula-hoop on and I was making those movements, and I was making. Noise coming from my belly I'll tell you what happened. He's a listen to this, and so he. He put his belly right next to my ear. He would jump up and down. You hear this. Sound like you know gasoline tank. And then turns green. He runs the bathroom and he vomits. Your. Jumping around the liquids, we're going back and forth in my stomach making noise. while. Your body is a wonderland. Sick jumping around listened to. Can you make the noise on the air right now he's. Making! Thank you Alex. go hang out. there. Anyway so today we do the newlywed game that's coming up at about twenty minutes. Can you have brandon out of bed and twenty minutes? I will wake him up. He's going to get out of bed. I promise. We discussed this last night. Take Max out for a quick walk Let's take a break. We'll be right back after this. From the Mercedes, am g interview lounge offering frank, Kobe. Oh, we're letting know that you were coming in today. In the number, one thing they said was don't talk about.
"gandhi" Discussed on Life of an Architect
"That and you work in a collaborative office. Are you having to deal with the idea that they come to Omar Gandhi because they want Omar Gandhi. They don't want you know the next man up. So Do you feel that what two offices is and the staff that you have and the number project you have that you have to be present at certain times because people expect you to be president. Because that's why they came to your your firm because they want you. Yeah I think that that potential certainly exists but I think that it becomes quite clear right off the bat that you know even from the first meeting really when I'm sitting with one of our team members that are with me. It's not really that place so you know they might come in thinking that that's the case but I think in the end they're really happy with working with more than just me so I think it's about managing the expectations as early as possible. Missile with respect to that but in the end I think they definitely get a better product by working with more than just me. That's for sure because you know there's things that I'm strong at and they're definitely things that other people in the officer much better at so I think in the end they get a product of the office. I got a kick out of the fact that you've recently changed your website and and where I work. Now we're in the process of changing the website which some reason recent everywhere I go. That seems to be the harbinger of changing the website. I haven't comments about. Hey websites are changing. You know architects use design websites. Lights that same like they were for the ego of other architects. They weren't very friendly to us. And there were overly complicated and tricked out hover of your mouse line. Shootout does weird stuff and yeah yours was very clean and simple and I liked it but one of the things. You're so you have a new one now. You had a landing in page on there for a while and you've got your new one up and running you've got rid of the staff photos and not only. Did we get rid of that. We got rid of most things on a website like really announced. Just sort of like these are the progress it's photos and that was a conscious effort. I'd say the one thing about websites is does anybody even looking at websites. We spent a lot of time. Rethinking our website knowing that. I don't know if anyone actually looks at them. Because you know things like instagram are are way more prevalent than actually clicking on a site and trying to navigate through to find that information so in the same way that we don't have staff photos including being my own photo. We don't have our awards publications and all that kind of stuff that again. It's just nonsense that no one cares about. I know for a fact that when people go to our website it it's because they're looking for a project or looking at the work and if they like it they're going to click a button that connects them with us. Basically just taken taken out all that other stuff. That just is kind of filler. And I hear what you're saying. I just don't think anyone is going to hire us based on that I wonder So hijack this conversation to completely so I tend to think that architecture is a personality driven business for better for worse especially when when I was doing residential work because if somebody was looking to have a house built there's already a certain amount of ego that's involved because let's face it. There are a lot of houses that are out there that are already built and so for someone to come to an architect and say there's nothing out there that suits my needs. I need something that reflects who I am. As a person they already have very strong opinions since about their place in the world. And that's not that's not from judgment that's just you know it's it's they can appreciate the nuances of what we might bring to a product so that means it's no longer about I want five bedrooms. Five bathrooms a living room and a place to put a pool table. And I don't want it to leak and I WANNA have a nice window so it's not about those things anymore. It's about the process. It's about that final product. And it's about the journey from A to B when they decide they're interviewing Omar Gandhi and some some apple picker somewhere else. Why would they choose one person over another and I think it's because they like you better her they're going to choose you because of who you are as a person? Yeah I do think particularly were were residential. Work is concerned that these folks do their research and I know that just because of the amount of work that kind of got brought in from my website because people know you seem like like a nice person I think that the way you think aligns with how I think and there was a connection that was made in take with a grain of salt. There's no finish work on my website. Right that's the whole point of it minds all about process. And how do you get from A to B not. Here's the destination and so and I talk about making mistakes and this didn't didn't work out right and now I've got I've got this in my bag and I won't make that mistake again. I think that website serve a purpose to help convey who we are as people. I agree with you. I don't think that people look at it to read square footage and what type of rooms are in. But how long did it take to build. And who was the bill. They don't care about that stuff. I want to project themselves into the process and go. Do I like the product and do I like the person. So that's what it's about for me. It's about people and it's about what people can project it themselves into. That's why I will say I did enjoy the fact that you had people on your website. It wasn't just work. It was these are the the people that do these projects that you see yet. No that's fair for sure and I think that you know. A lot of that is reflected in the spirit of our instagram for sure. So you know I would say that in terms of communication. That's our number one tool the other thing about you. Know when you Google our firm for more me or whatever. There's over the course of ten years there. I was fortunate enough to have some nice articles. Written people are GonNa find out about the practice and maybe some more of the personal things through that. I don't have a place on our website anymore where I say that we won the Governor General's award order any of that stuff just because that's you know I'm really proud of the work and I don't really want to emphasize that other stuff very much and so I would say if you WANNA see construction photos and the process and snapshots of us in the office. You know you see all that on instagram. Where things kind of change very quickly loosely? But for a certain demographic and most people are looking at things on their phone not on a computer pewter you need to make it as easy as possible for people to navigate through projects so imagine you were sixty five years old. You're retired right now. You're building your recreational home in the mountains somewhere you're using your phone because that's how people google things now you don't see all that stuff on on your phone and I don't think people really pay enough attention to the way in which information is both delivered received and so that was really sort of that product. What's really imagining sort of a demographic who we do a lot work for and making it easy as possible for them to figure out how we did that stare in that house there are? I will say this and since you're who you are think this works for you because you've achieved some notoriety early and you're like you don't need to say okay that you won the Governor General's medal in architecture because there's fifty other people that are saying it on your behalf other places not everybody has that. It's a very a clever way of you to hey. I don't need to toot my own horn because all these other people are doing it. We can be more focused and distilled into the things that we want to convey ED matter to us which is the product and I like that. There's a peters zoom door quote that you might appreciate them because you know he's famously slow. Oh in doing the projects that he does and he has a a lengthy kind of portion. That leads up to this but when he talks about I do it for the work and it's important to get the work right and it takes a long time because that's how long it takes. He says the finished product is your best argument. I think that aligns with what you're saying and that you do it for the work and for the end product not for the ACCOLADE. That's a Nice Cherry on top. But that's not. What motivates you? Yeah an Indian Dan Product. I think like the process of doing it and like sitting together and you know we laugh a lot of my studio. I don't know why but I think maybe it's it's just a group of people that enjoy each other's company and we have a law firm you know really. That's what makes me happy like that is the best part of the job is kind line of you know working together and you know like I said being on site until working through problems. That's the gold right there. That's the best part of this. I agree well On that conversation. Final point I think it's time for us to get to the hypothetical question which is really the only reason y the first part of this podcast exists. It's all leading up to this moment with you Omar and you're familiar with how this works sort of case so just to lay the initial rules that I will change after you and Andrew gave our answer and I'm wrong. That's part of the rules. My answer is always wrong. Ah Yes Andrews always wrong and you'll come up with your answer and I'll tell you can't answer that and I'll introduce a new rule. That's just the way this works. So here's the question sure. Would you rather only age from the neck up or from the neck down right. Yes our our guests so you can either go first or you can make Andrew go I will. Can I follow up with a question of gorgeous. Most definitely always. Are we talking about physically on the exterior like aging or talking about like the way in which things. WHOA that all of the above? Well I gotTa tell you. I played baseball pretty seriously seriously for most of my views and it was a pretty sad day a few years ago when I was playing with my son and I just turned forty this year like just a couple of months ago and you know I played shortstop and you wouldn't have thought twice about diving for the ball or sliding into the base like the thought of doing that. Now like the ball is there. It is three feet in front of you. It's just a lunge away away like it's just a lunch you know. You're the thought of even doing that right now. Just is so far beyond comprehension. That makes me really. 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"gandhi" Discussed on Life of an Architect
"Hi Everyone I'm Bob I'm Andrew Haug and today we're introducing a new series. We're rolling out for the twenty twenty season of episodes titled Talking Shop With Fill in the blank or insert guest guest aim here. We're going to be doing one of these sorts of episodes throughout the year and we decided to come out of the gate strong with our first guest Canadian architect and emerging invoice in the architectural community. My friend Omar Gandhi. Hey Armar thanks for joining us. Today is going great. Good good I can tell. Oh you that. I'm going to be listening for the Canadian accent. That's what people are going to notice. What's right we'll have to wait for it? Oh I can already hear some of it. I'm I'M GONNA figure out how to make you say about as much as possible but now you've warned him. It's true probably so with all the Benelux that I have in my system right now. There's no the way that well we appreciate you joining us today. And I have this whole intro. Let me read that so that we can set the table a little bit for the people people who listening to understand that. You're not just some guy on instagram. You've actually got a lot of really nice accolades here. Let me read this intro paragraph real. Oh quick after studying in the regional arts program at Mayfield secondary school and then the inaugural architectural studies program at the University of Toronto. Omar Move to Halifax six Nova Scotia where he received his master's degree in two thousand five at Al-Hussein University after graduation Omar worked for WHO Bara Pain McKenna Bloomberg architects young and Wright architects and finally McKay Lion Sweet Apple architect upon his return to Halifax Gandhi started his own design firm in two thousand and ten and became a registered architectural practice in two thousand twelve. Omar is the recipient of the two thousand fourteen Canada Council for the arts professional pre to Rome Rome and was listed in wallpaper. Magazine's two thousand fourteen architects directory. Their list of the top twenty young architects in the World Omar or was named one of the Architectural League of New York's emerging voices two thousand. Sixteen one a monocle. Magazine's twenty most influential Canadians and was named one of architectural contextual record magazine's design vanguard for two thousand eighteen most recently the studio was the recipient of the two thousand eighteen governors general metal Canada's highest highest honor for built projects in architecture for the Cabinet Rabbit Snare Gorge Omar was appointed as the Louis icon visiting assistant professor in Architectural Design Zayn at the Yale School of architecture for the fall semester of the two thousand eighteen nineteen academic year. Wow that's a lot. Did you see any of that coming. It's not really that I didn't see it coming. Thought coming it was more just. It started happening quite quickly. I was sort of working at a rate and things were happening ending so quickly that it just sorta started pilot line. I gotta say it's Pretty Weird and it's also weird thing to say because it's only been ten years since I've had my practice. It's almost thirteen year anniversary. And it really yarded in a weird way so it's kind of just been absolute insanity for almost ten years and I WANNA just starting to pick my head up a little bit hearing these things you know when I first read this list of accolades such you had. I made the connection. Because it's something that at Andrew on occasion will make fun of me of is that would he graduated with your masters in two thousand and five you ended up working for three different offices is before you open your own firm seven years later. These were quick. Stop overs in these other firms. Yeah absolutely do you know the first one was young and right and you know I got some really great experience there. I was there for maybe two of those years and then moved to affirm affirm- Guevara McKenna Bloomberg which now call Kpmg Architects in Toronto which is arguably the most respected for its scale in Canada. And so that was something that it was like a move. That was a huge jump up to be around so many talented people and work on incredible projects. You know that was for about a year and a half or so and then I moved from Toronto to Halifax at that time it was because of a family decision between my wife and I to move to Halifax for her job but it was where I went to school so I was familiar with the place. So that's how the third job happened but yeah it. All all sorts happened pretty quickly but I sort of went from you know. Gigantic commercial firm to a really respected design firm of a large scale to an extremely extremely well respected small-scale firm but did smaller projects so it was sort of like you know maybe in the back of my mind I was being strategic Jacob. Oh what those firms looked like but again it happened really quickly so you know and and the other thing was all that sort of happened right out of the thesis and you know you're kind of exhausted Austin after that as well so from the beginning of school to the end of school through work experience and then this the last ten years. It's just been Vinh exhausting. Honestly you know one of the things I really wanted to voice I want to have you know being on this show because it's you know something. I really respect about the things that you guys talk about is it's it's very honest and in our profession. I think there's so much Pravada. Oh all the time that I think it's sort of a perfect time for me specifically where at least is that just feel like it's a great time to just trying to loosen your shoulder a little bit. You know like let your guard down. I think that's a nice way to put it and I appreciate appreciate the acknowledgement but my question is where in the world. Are you right now. I am in Halifax Nova Scotia. Which is on the East Coast coast of Canada? It is freezing cold outside. Although it's probably a lot colder in other parts of Canada it's on the coast gets pretty windy and chilly out here here. It's pretty dark outside. It's two hours ahead of you guys. I think right now so it's a little bit later. It's a great city to live in a great place to work without me actually doing doing the research on it and then coming back later adding it as if I already news. What's the population and Halifax think the population here in the entire cities? Around four hundred thousand and Halifax is really one of the commercial center of the East Coast of Canada so there are other cities scattered scattered around in New Brunswick Nova Scotia. But it's really the business center. I know you have offices in both Halifax and in Toronto. How much time do you spend in each location? Nation is a kind of a fifty fifty or who knows. It's wherever you need to be over the last. Let's say four years I went back and forth. Maybe every five or six days between the two offices in both offices are quite small outlived out here on the east coast in Halifax for the last twelve years so when I went to school here but my family and you know most of the friends I grew up with our in Toronto. So it's a funny thing going back and forth but it's really been in quite fun in the last couple years though I guess in the last couple of months of really sort of tone it down a little bit because we project sort of all over the place now so the going solely Toronto been spreading around and really trying to make Halifax a bit more of a hall. So let me ask you this when you started your firm. Was it something that you had been working towards and decided that moment had arrived or was it something you just found yourself it and it just kind of happened. It was absolutely not something I planned. I got laid off And so I found myself in the city that I wasn't from and not really knowing many people it was sort of like announced do tech situation and there ended up it just sort of being. You know I'd say maybe a year probably a bit less than a year of just doing kind of odds and ends Dax of little Renault projects and certainly nothing magazine. But you know worked for some very nice people and you know I. It was sort of like the ball started rolling and all of a sudden I had little projects to support myself that I needed. And then you know one thing sort of led to another and it was just a massive. What a snowball effect lousy Canadian snowball? I don't know if you guys say that. And we say it I mean even though we don't hardly ever see him here in Texas. Yeah Yeah we we say snowball. When do you get snow? Maybe once or twice every winter. If we're lucky reluctant at which I know Uh lucky is not a word typically used from people who deal with Snow Day in and day out is just. It's like seeing a unicorn so it wasn't something laid planned but what I did decide. was that everything I was going to do. I was going to do the best job I possibly. Could you know one of my former employers. Remember him always saying that. One of the faults with architects is there waiting for the project. But there's really an opportunity and everything and whether or not it gets into magazine or accept awards. These things have effect on the next thing. You know whether it's just taking up a little bit of confidence along the way or building building a relationship with people and so one of the first ones was a product of that I worked on and this was all really animal attic at that point just sort of pretty small space and the staff of reference books because you know in our profession no one really teaches you how to do any of this at school and even in school you know that sort of advice prices not necessarily applicable. So you're kind of figuring out how to run a business all that sort of stuff all at the same time and amazing amazing relationships with builders in clients that ended up leading to the next one and then not let right to the next one at all happened very quick. You know. That's one of the questions that people who listen to this interview might be thinking it's GonNa ask it. They always want to know. How do people find work so when we talk to folks like you that have started humbly and small mall and you just started getting work in and I know the answer? Khanna's well you know you do as good a job as possible on this one in. That's what helps you get the next one. But you've mentioned about building relationships with contractors builders so how did that actually work. How did you actually.
"gandhi" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Our leader today has a complicated political school history. She was at times both highly popular and extremely unpopular. She imprisoned others and spent time in jail herself. It took occur years to come to power and her long political rain came to a sudden bloody end. We're talking about the first female. Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi Indira narrow was born on November nineteenth nineteen seventeen in progress India. She was an only child and was steeped in politics from an early age. Her father was a key player in India's fight for independence from Britain and his association with that struggle meant he spent years. There's in jail. During Indira's childhood Indira's mother passed away in the Mid Nineteen Thirties and endure subsequently spent much more time with her father becoming further entrenched in the world of politics she hoped to host events for her father and traveled with him. Indira attended with Peaceful Barati University and at the University of Oxford. She joined the same political party as her father known as the Congress Party in nineteen thirty eight in nineteen forty to endear married for Rose Gandhi another member of the Congress party Indira and Feroze relationship caused significant controversy. I their marriage wasn't arranged inched. which was unusual at the time on top of that India was Hindu and feroze Percy making them a rare? mixed-religion Marriage Mahatma Gandhi who is of no relation to feroze had to step in and offer a statement of support to quell the public outcry Indira and Feroze had two children named Sunday. Rajiv despite overcoming significant challenges early in their relationship their marriage was not a happy one endure a spent most of it estranged from her husband until well his death in nineteen sixty when India gained its independence from Britain in nineteen forty seven Indira's father became the country's first prime minister with the powerful full Congress. Party ridden the Indira began working for the Party's committee in Nineteen fifty five from there. She continued to climb the political ranks in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. She was elected party. President and in nineteen sixty four. She became a member of the upper chamber of parliament. The prime minister who succeeded Indira's father appointed her to be Minister of Information and broadcasting when the prime minister passed away suddenly in nineteen sixty. Six enduro was chosen to replace Sam that she became the first female. Prime Minister of independent India voting was already known to be enthusiastic thousands outside the the parliament building. Indira Gandhi has the good wishes of most of the world as he assumes office Indira faced a lot of opposition from the opposing using right-wing party which was under the leadership of Mirage DECI- decide parties soon won enough seats in lower parliament for him to become deputy prime. I Minister the Party then expelled Indira from office but she wasn't finished politics. Indira gathered members from her political party to form the new Congress Congress party which won the nineteen seventy-one elections by a wide margin without victory Indira claim the prime minister seat once again during during this period Indira supported Modern Day. Bangladesh through its nineteen seventy-one secession from Pakistan and became the first leader to publicly recognize the new country. This led to a boom of support in India. That helped her party win. Many more local elections but a few years after her second victory a political opponent clammed claimed Indira had broken the law in order to win the nineteen seventy-one election. The case went all the way to the High Court of La bad which ruled against her though. She tried to appeal the decision. The sentence was upheld and she was barred from participating in Indian politics for.
"gandhi" Discussed on KOMO
"Missing this Gandhi's rose is managed by Seattle based mats and management the vessel went down amid forty mile per hour winds and twenty foot high seas the Coast Guard says it is suspending the search after exhausting all leads and after what it says was careful consideration of survival probability Corwin hake komo news results of a new study show Washington state troopers are more often searching drivers they stop from minority communities particularly native Americans than they do wife solos Carlene Johnson reports Stanford researchers obtained the traffic stop data for the state patrol and other agencies across the country and they share the Washington results with Washington State University spokesman review reports it looked at data from nearly eight million traffic stops between two thousand nine and twenty fifteen focusing on twenty two thousand hi discretion searchers that's one to rehab leeway to decide whether or not they should Pat someone down or search the vehicle black drivers were twice as likely to be searched as whites native Americans were more than five times as likely to be searched in than whites and yet when troopers did decide to search white motorists they were more likely to find drug these are other contraband Chris Loftis with state patrol says they don't just be the findings and they're committed to doing better but also point out that the was researchers did not report of the fact they also found the type of violation the number of violations driver's age and time of the stop had just as much impact on the decision to search or not Carly Johnson come on news an African American woman so she was singled out ten targeted because of her race she checked in at her hotel couples Brian Kelberg reports this woman has now filed a lawsuit and it's the second one of its kind against hotels in Portland and it happened just blocks from where a Seattle Microsoft employees as a security guard singled him out in the lobby a year ago call counseling I like to know why you probably remember the story of Jermaine Massey his lawyer says Massey wasn't allowed into the Portland hotel where he was already checked in because of his race is first night in Portland Oregon his whole life he's never had any racial discrimination so like this in his life Massey in his attorney filed a ten million dollar suit against the parent company of the double tree hotel near Portland convention center now we're learning that just blocks away at the residence in Felicia Gonzales says she was required to sign on no party pledges she checked in she observed that white customers checking in weren't being made to sign the same policy Gonzalez and her attorneys have filed a three hundred thousand dollars suit against Marriott for embarrassment frustration and humiliation Brian Calvert komo news new year has brought new benefits for people who are about to have a child or experiencing a major medical emergency the state's paid family leave law is now in effect in calls Joe Marino explains of benefit is available to a wide range of workers so long as it been with their employer for at least a year log enough time on the job I think that's a basic human right I mean it should have been implemented a long time ago paid family and medical leave can be used to deal with an illness care for a loved one or spend time with a newborn.
"gandhi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mahatma Gandhi's be removed from the university campus in gonna activists in Ghana and allow your angry about his early writings in nineteen oh three when Gandhi was in South Africa he wrote that white people there should be the predominating race he also said black people are troublesome very dirty and live like animals Gandhi was a cyst Ramachandra goo highs Gandhi's biographer he thought as he strained peas that Europeans are the most civilized Indians will almost a civilized and Africans one on scene however the outlook is this isn't quite decisively and for most of his life as a public figure he was an entire desist talking for into discrimination of all kinds including gender discrimination Gandhi championed women in politics but he was also obsessed with his own celibacy in his late seventies he slept naked with his grandes when she was in her late teens he said he wanted to test his will power nowadays we would call that abuse Gandhi was all too human to be a Saint India's first prime minister famously said but the my heart but he is treated as a Saint here as the father of the nation. yeah. one nine year olds recite Gandhi rhymes at a poetry slam in Mumbai Gundy's faces on Indian currency his portrait hangs in government offices..