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"garg" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Be. I don't know if they're really happy. Or they have their accepting thing as you say that you got to ask too does coupled were i feel. I feel. They just love. Did you grow to love each other. That's what i've but also it's not entirely prearranged right. You have potential suitors that you can still choose from but it just. There's not really a dating process you meet each other maybe a few times at most and then you get married. That's how it works right play. You see a photo. that's it. Start maybe on matrimonial site or whatever you see a photo like oh. She's cute mom. I want to marry this. And then they'll fix up to date on one meeting. They expect you to just see he. S and then the match process begins. Yeah that could be really dangerous because after one date yet even if you are attracted to that person so much stuff that you don't know yeah that's that's a lot of pressure in need is and what i feel is. Oh my my attraction thing like the the thing that i have experienced I'm seeing that. I am experienced that. Like i have experienced a lot of things. I'm just nineteen the but would i feel the attraction thing begins. Even i get to know that person. Well that's good because then you don't let their good looks cloud your judgment yup possessed can happen to you. See someone and you think man. This person's really good looking and then you might put up with bad behavior more because they're really good looking people do that so a lot of that. So it's good that you're putting personality. I it would be funny. New lakers asset that on record and the next thing. I'm like oh i believe in love. It was now when it comes to looks though. I assume that's important too. But it's just that but but you have the ability to if someone is really good looking but they're just not a great and you start not into them at all right up you know. I have seen this thing in this show. How am i have you seen that. I've heard about it and people talk about it a lot. I haven't really seen it myself this. This guy named barney stinson and he also Some lake crazy heart skin. Like manip- crazy basically compatibility thing so if a girl is hard enough i think if each like his heart she's beautiful but that thing has to be like What do we say. What's that word has to be covered up with the equal amount of intellect. They because usually like that person is hot and beautiful but she's not really she's dumb she is she. Has that bad behavior. Bad attitude as you said so you have to be very that that scale you have to match that scale you have that at. Both of those should be properly intersecting. That's the idol match for you. I will say though when i did watch that. Show indian matchmaking. So they had people in india. They had some people in the us who were not arranged marriage people but they said well. Maybe i'll give it a try. Maybe they just wanted to be on. Tv i don't know but i don't know if anybody from that. Show actually founds their partner. There were a couple people. What one or two people on the show at the end where it showed. It could be promising. But i don't know if that ever turn into real life if if that's a fictional show that i don't even know that it's like reality tv. So i think it's real to an extent usually with reality. Tv it's like some of it's real but then a bunch of stuff in the show is kind of staged but i think the the whole premise was legitimate and some of the characters in the show are just terrible though i got entertainment out of some of the people and just how some of the people were great and other ones were like man i would never wanna marry this person so an interesting mix of people i would i would give tower if i'm like to see maybe well it just depends what you like. I enjoy stupid shows like that sometimes. So lake you've been doing this podcast for lake homemade. But how many how many months now since august still relatively new. I release one episode every week team. Deck with podcast. Yup i would love to. I would love to have you on my podcast. Oh you never even mentioned your podcast that a little bit. I thought i did. I used to plug in on the in those my seats. No i forgot that. I have to mention where it matters to all right. Well what is the podcast called to the gusts. Name is a competent. to dump. Talks counter intuitively dumb talks. Basically we just Pick up at topics. Which are trending. And i have a partner. But he's he's a lousy as but yeah. Whatever but i have a partner. And i do. Some people there are few episodes very likely pick up round picks trailing maybe aren't about it maybe five to ten minutes cetin just dog about it. Make it really funny thing and Mid august i like the cover art. I would love to have you there man. Yeah that'd be fun and of course i'll put lincoln description so everyone will notice. Check that out unless they only have time to check out one podcast then. Do not check out your podcast.
"garg" Discussed on Everyonecast
"You can do dart. thanks man sure. I guess i don't know if it'll actually work. Yeah you'll figure it out now does what you're studying in. School have anything to do with entrepreneurship or comedy north. Really i mean. Yeah kind of with entrepreneurship. I mean have the degree. Which i'm doing his business administration bachelor's in business administration so that has something to do with entrepreneurship but not really there are certain aspects which can go that. Yeah i i could see that i want. I want to know about the ause things like. How's your journey. Being from a software engineer like the puts it aid has no. I'm thirty one while okay. That's not bad old me okay. No it's not that old. I mean it's a it's all in india. Good thing. I all live in india but not one in india. It being imagined that you have three kids. You're married for five or six years now. It's just like that. I'm not in favor of that. I feel like opposing shouldn't be married till he's for twenty to forty life. You have to adjust late isn't it. There's also concerns about women. Have a harder time conceiving if they get older that's one thing but if you don't want to have kids that if that has to be heard right yes for me. I have zero kids and zero marriages right now. I i mean i. I don't know if i should have said nice took now. I'm enjoying life. So it's all good but indian culture. Yeah that kind of makes sense to me from the very little. I know now with americans. It's not really like that so much but there are some common tropes. Like if you're there's all these cheesy tv show is about others. The main characters are woman. She's around thirty and she's still single. So that's like a common trope but in real life. It doesn't really seem that unusual for people in their thirties to be single whether it's men or women new dogging mode yoga. Yeah i don't. I don't really think it's that unusual. It's it just depends. There are plenty of people who are thirty and they have three kids. I wonder if i actually like that. I don't think so. Actually i well. I know people in their late twenties early thirties. Have maybe one kid. I don't know if anybody i know has three yet. I mean. I know people who have multiple kids. But they're usually a little bit older. There was a show. I saw on net flix called indian matchmaking. Shit okay have you seen that show no. I haven't seen that show just started the dieting cringe like that. You're i mean it was entertaining. But i thought it was kind of interesting how they had some people in the us and some people in india a lot of people had requirements. That in the us would seem really strange like a lot of them. Wanted to be married to someone. Lighter skinned so lake In in use is it common lake arranged marriages happening. You is also Oh no no not really not at all unless you're from some culture like maybe you're indian and living in the us or some other culture that does it make manages on Now i met a few indian people in the us who have gone through the arranged marriage process. But if you're talking about your typical american person yet. Nobody does that. I'm kind of surprised that that surprises you. Like i thought it was surprise me. It's lake fee lake dam. You guys are so lucky. Oh is that something. You have to go through in india personal north. Really me personally. But i've seen arranged marriages because it it. It is the thing in india. You just can't deny that because if you if you come up to your parents and say mom i love. It is good. And i wanted to marry this and there'd be like consequences bag. Do your parents do that to. Are your parents like that or are you lucky enough to not have to deal with that. I mean Stole my mother about my girlfriend. Haven't told her about the break-up yet. But i wrote my girlfriend and she was pretty pissed and she was like down. This love is not attaining. This is this is a stupid relationships are not meant for few people. It's a very stupid analogy. But eventually she kind of aid she was crying. She kind of accepted but Since my break having. I'm better fire cheese. I told you. I told you know this will happen. She's going to leave. You are so yeah pam. I haven't told her yet. Are your parents arranged marriage. Yup newer every second bed. And i'd say bedding because the generation in oxygenation on. Maybe you won't see many marriages. I feel inauguration. Won't warranty many arranged marriages but every second Definitely so it seems like their marriage. Has it worked. Well known not really. My father left us around my father. Lifted in two thousand fifteen. So it's just me and my mother also did one joker like what's the difference between boomerang and my dad boomer. I'm comes back. I probably could've guessed that punchline exact even if even without knowing it can yup yup exactly. Yeah that's a little bit strange. How your mom would defend arranged marriages if exactly talking. Yep but love. Marriages aren't foolproof. Either there's plenty of people who get divorced so it's not like necessarily i don't. I don't know the statistics on whether one is better than the other. it's not either. It's not a valid argument. Either to say oh yeah. Like look arranged. Marriages are terrible and.
"garg" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Deliberating. I've learned about the delivery. I guess i was. I was i delivered but didn't wait for the law firm clubs to go around. I mean they were none would still have to still wait for certain laughs and claps to just go around V in continue with your said so. That's two of the team which i've learned. Ill i mean i belong to. Maybe while you still have a long career ahead of you. So that's not anything to worry about. Do usually perform at local clubs only or have you traveled around as if no i'm doing clubs only have you gotten any hecklers a lot man. Had you deal with that like i know. There's some comedians who handle that really well and then there's others who do not handle it so well so what. What is your strategy for dealing with that. Do you have to come up with some kind of joke in the moment to throw them off. That's one thing you can do like The only defense mechanism if there is nothing knowingly defense again that leftists come on man. If you think you can do it please come. That's one thing that's the least thing Least preferable ideas. But besides that i feel yeah you have to loose them back there Only i remember back when i was. I guess it said this only near the twenty twenty year only i did one sect so there was this I had a bag on it was. It was a really big bag. So i like left the backside only so he kinda made it remark on my back and i said The so he said he asked pull what's in the bag monitor It was like he was settled it. What's in the bag man and undock Moment i said your dad's ashes. I mean i don't know it was. It was kind of like that. I mean you're talking about dark. Jokes and jokes counts. Yep can you have to. You have to give them back today as the the get in your head. You aren't even deliver your set properly your entrepreneurial ventures what's that about is it like a are you in school or did you go straight to doing entrepreneur stuff as of now. I'm in college and doing that. Entrepreneurial stuff in being away being in college all right but what kind of entrepreneurial stuff do you do so basically It just started a month back. only so You know just taking things one of those things. so it started Basically that the company which manages bands and artists to do that also if we basically do ending earned management that's what basic work is. Oh so you started this. How did you find bands to an artist to start managing. I have certain this partner in this business he Performs like lucas loves. Not he performs he vid- some bands of he also does some solo shows. The basically. we came up with an idea that let's plan and started. We'll begin could hear the platform where banks and the hotels which highest ban photo gigs in all can actually come and you know a some In what we can tell you. Have you heard about the guy. Booting go Now what is that. Did i these hotels and Suppose we have to a room in in a hotel so we just go to an app and see you which room available in ritual and then bukit. So it's really a b. two c. venture but What was b. two inches so basically it was like a hotel warns back. There's going to list of bans which you can in which you can build from which you can choose and hotels will choose which one they warned and they can of that bank can perform gig so docked was line initially but the me we would wing to start the field work than this stupid shit. Corker will happen and we actually didn't do anything at all. Of course but then after everything was getting control and all we did some pretty so media lays that the it's not a right to twinjet jeff audio so because the Because the country is that hotel usually directly deals with them so Being meteor would not be the right thing for both of them may be ends on end. The barons is another location. That would be better for that sort of thing north really because in india. It is like dr. Tony maybe Metropolitan cities daily mumbai. It could be but We shifted adventure. Reshifted business plan from that but So that we can grow from here so we can like start a thing so we shifted at plan. We should re restarted data management companies. We can manage binding artists because we are. We are in touch with bands and artists because we also we contacted them for that winter. Eventually you know you have. Don't jane the business plan so imaging business plan. We are talking to those bands and all to be hired someone to clients in the first month. So what we are planning is that Grow this business. Grow this business plan and start that one after growing up to a certain level and start that thing in that city. That's the basic plan as of now all right so you wanna make your own app. That does that functionality. Yup exactly do you have any app development knowledge or. Do you know somebody who can do that. I don't have op development knowledge. I have website development knowledge pipeline to develop a website based on that. But i know a few people who do that may be velasco him. I don't know it's futile He'll handle that. that's true. And there's also certain services on the web allow you to set up bookings maybe you can integrate in existing booking tool into your website or app. I'm just. I'm just thinking about it. Because i have software engineering experience. So we're trying to think how i myself might approach that problem..
"garg" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Nineteen years old comedian slash entrepreneur. Are you like an entrepreneurial. Comedian is that part of your entrepreneurial ventures or two separate things. It's two separate things but it's really two separate things i Have a business wind chill. Which includes thing but i prefer it separately all right. Let's talk about comedy though. What kind of comedy do you do. Do you stand up de record funny videos. I do stand up only so i started signs Started doing starting up in two thousand sixteen but in particularly i have a jaunary It's really storytelling It it has a storytelling wipe but at the same time. i do. Add some doc jokes in it so mixing it little. Are these like realistic stories. Or are they embellished comedians. They tell stories and a lot of times. They're just either made up or embellish. Which is fine. But i'm wondering if you actually have real experiences that you talk about on these routines the pieces of course listrik. Oh i mean. I just one not one not before. Only i just did a set on that it was. The base was realistic. Only at the started on a note. I just had to break up. Bart ended on a note that the break-up was sort of that the girl had a sixteen domination. Of course it didn't happen by. I of added that in so that i can have my led redesigned to to do your part of acting to lake. You did that. The podcasting is part of that bind. Mika you just want to from the start It's not really related. It's something i came up with. Independently that's Beautiful yeah i like it. Podcasting is very very pretty interesting thing to do. It's already like i don't know about your culture but in india board gusting Broadcasting has not still established So maybe there's some opportunity there. Are you from india. Get them from india. Their lord stand up comedians in india against some. Of course you haven't heard of heard of them. But i guess you heard about view thus we've does his pretty big thing in india the also done he'll he. He actually started his up Us only. i don't know if you heard about him. I haven't. I'm not too familiar with stand up. Comedians i know there's a lot of funny bollywood movies. That have very over the top kind of stunts. That can be funny. Heavy almost Twenty percent off my content from that. Only there you go. Yeah i was gonna ask what sort of themes your routines follow. And i suppose one of those routines or one of those themes is bollywood movies as you just mentioned he up bollywood into some jokes. Maybe story dating showed etling his main. My main thing that i follow that i have in every days The everything everything was behind Beside it like the word we save some. If i doubt jokes like the stories constant it has everything is mixed and matched. Do you give your sets in english. It depends on the covered. I mean i've done. I have fewer than in english also in the also have done in both of the bridges that must be extra tricky because different languages. Have different ways that you enunciate things. Different ideas so comedy is all about the delivery and that means the delivery must be a lot different you have to match the accordingly laking leash stunt building in english has some different way delivering india. Some different life. Are there any videos or recordings of your stand up the videos into gordon's out of him. The only i'm planning to do Planning to do some Open mics in english than sure. I'll get in touch. What inspired you to do. Stand up comedy in the first place. You said you'd have been doing it since two thousand sixteen so honestly speaking attention seeking. I'm being really honest here. So like back in two thousand sixteen now was this happened in my high school. this happened. nichols a talent. Show things so. I wanted to participate. But i don't know what to do. I mean i can sing. I'm i'm really average guy. Nothing good so. I don't know like honored. I'm not ready to be stayed thing but I have two friends who are like brilliant singers. They already close to me and They are pretty much attention as i warned this. I want to do something at least like okay. I think i can crack some jokes. Maybe i look back. And i did my flow sick bombed. That's not too surprising if it's your very first time. I don't think anyone gets it right on the first. Try exactly exactly that happens. Of course. I mean my. I do three stupidly. I mean i if i look back those videos like i even doing man. So how did you improve from. The first sets like what went wrong. Basically would i feel What i was doing wrong Lake it was a mistake. I didn't use to the fullest info. Must thing would act only i. I didn't use to write on. So i started doing because if you have a tort lake suppose you plan thing you have talk but when you known that taught there are some additional minute details that you can add vile writing that gums than in their only certain job sites within minute subtle things that i can add while writing so that i learned the hard way. So tins have started writing. I guess i have improved and.
"garg" Discussed on Venture Stories
"And that's gonna that's gonna be hard work. Updating the fed systems in hell money flows zero flows out to the banks gets into the economy. That's a lot of work. That's going to take several years on the reality is the chinese government isn't working on this for five years already far head and so that's unlikely to be competitive like the reality is. You're not going to beat the chinese government to market on this and so you're essentially starting from five to seven year a delay. So that's not enough. It's important to do. The government should absolutely do that but it will take ten years to play out by then. It's too late because if if most of the world has now moved to this digital currency salman platform. The chinese government has bill. You lost your strategic advantage of all of that happening on the us dollar and so prong to should be to support the crypto dollar ecosystem. That's emerged so if you look at crypto turned out one of the killer. Applications on crypto is the us dollar there now about twenty five billion dollars worth of crypto dollars floating around in the group. You go system. The majority of these are actually backed by real dollars sitting in banks somewhere and people are are trying to acting on these cryptic platforms. Because it's just a better user experience you can send money instantly The markets operate twenty. Four seven Near the settlement is seamless. Like after you use a dollar experience like us dc. It's just you realize how busted and how antiquated the banking system is so our second proposal. Actually the us government should be embracing this in supporting this making it so that ultimately those dollars are held onshore in us bank accounts because actually most dollars are held offshore right now and it's unclear what it does those dollars or one backing these scripted dollars. Or you know it's it's just not a very transparent system two prong to is mentioned support. All of these dollars that are you know that crooked ecosystem that's emerged as a very organic killer feature on sukkot and then third is in our opinion that the us government should much more actively supporting the decentralized cryptocurrency ecosystem so in some sense if The building of a central bank digital currency and a supporting of dollars. It's sort of defense like you're going blow for blow with with the chinese government is going to offer the market and getting out there. Very quickly with crypto dollars already out there. Now you're allowing those dollars to flow into the rest of the world with oversight happening in the us You can actually compete. But the question is how do you win. And as you know from from sort of up one theory the way that you win is not by trying to play the same game as your competitor. Will you try to do is try to switch the rules of the game. You try to offer markets on thing that structurally your competitor cannot offer so for example you know i think part of what made snapchat work was that in the early days was a creation based experience. Not a consumption experience when you open the app it just opened into the camera whereas facebook opened into the news feed and fundamentally the thing that you were creating was ephemeral in sacha The one not like facebook where facebook is really built around permanent identity. The entire point face look is all of your photos and everything you've ever done and so whether by design or by accident or or intuition snapchat essentially created the one thing that facebook could not do right they created aac creation based ephemeral experience and facebook was fundamentally about primarily consumption and permanence. Structurally facebook was was unable to compete and setting aside gone. What happened down the road and white happened you. I think that was..
Pandemic Economy is Making Revenues a Lot Better for Better.com
"Linked in just named better dot com number one on its list of top fifty startups, which means they're hiring like mad. The company is the sleeper success of the mortgage world. Undoubtedly, you've heard of its huge rival quicken loans, the largest mortgage lender in the US, but despite the eight billion dollars in loans, better dot com issued. Since March, you may not be familiar with the four year old company founder and CEO this. Shaw Garg tells a classic origin story in two, thousand, thirteen he and his wife were shopping for an apartment in New York City finding the right place at the right price was hard enough. Then they applied for a mortgage it was so much harder than it should be like horrendously bad guard told linked in writer Devon boundary. Their mortgage processor was so slow that they lost the apartment and get this. They weren't exactly slouches when it came to understanding Finance Guard was professionally managing billions of dollars in mortgage backed securities in his wife was a banker as battery reported guard thought if it's so bad for us, we'll how bad is it for everybody else? That's when he decided to start his own mortgage company one that would do things better. BETTER DOT COM launched publicly in two thousand sixteen like quicken loans better is an online firm that allows customers to apply for a mortgage and complete the entire process without speaking to a human being. Choose for the most part algorithms decide whether you get that loan or not, and what it will cost better. Dot Com sells the loans to institutional lenders a common mortgage industry practice. The big piece that guard changed industry-wide loan officers operate on a commission not. So at better, the company says its model freeze it up to match the right loan with a customer rather than incentivizing staffers to sell you the most expensive they can in addition customers say that commission fees as well as some other fees that guard wrung out of the process once launched better dot com did fairly well given the scads of competition out there, but it's the pandemic economy that. Shot better to prominence not to mention made it profitable as we've reported here before refinancings hit record highs after the federal. Reserve, dropped its interest rate to zero in March in an effort to save the sputtering economy additionally social distancing made online mortgages far more appealing to customers who previously may have walked into a bank or at least met with mortgage broker over coffee. The bottom line revenues were about one hundred, million dollars. Last year this year better expects to take in eight hundred million dollars in revenues. A newsletter called the information reported. The information also reported that better is trying to raise another one hundred million dollars in advance of a possible IPO. If it succeeds, the company will be valued at about four billion dollars. That's an insane amount of money for someone who used his apartment down payment to fund his business launch. That's right and his wife never bought that New York apartment. We're betting that they're glad they didn't, but and there's always a but right as high flying is this startup is it's a mosquito on the back of quicken loans and rocket mortgage both owned by the rocket companies together those two companies earned almost six and a half billion dollars in revenue just in the first half of this year both are household names unlike their smaller rival rocket companies went public in August in what the information says was the second largest IPO of the year, it rocketed to almost two billion dollars. With the economy faltering again though rocket share prices down ten dollars from its high of thirty dollars at the end of last month questions abound about how long the housing boom will last.
Highlights from the First-Ever AJC Virtual Global Forum
"This week thousands of global Jewish advocates were supposed to have been in Berlin for the AJC Global Forum. Unfortunately, the pandemic had other plans, but we weren't just going to cancel our critical conference, so we took the global forum virtual all week. Thousands of people from around the world have been tuning in on AJC DOT ORG to watch high level addresses, intimate conversations and fierce debates over the future of Israel, America in Europe over the course of. Of this episode, we're going to bring you. Parts of those conversations Dr Anwar. Gosh is the United Arab Emirates Minister of State for Foreign Affairs this week. He joined the J. C. Virtual. Global Forum for conversation with his friend and our chief policy officer Jason Isaacson in doing so he became the highest level official from an Arab country without relations with Israel to publicly address an American Jewish audience. Let's listen in to some of that conversation now. I want to begin by thanking the distinguish minister, not only for taking the time to share his insights with AJC and our many thousands of guests on this virtual platform, but for the multiple times that he and his colleagues in the leadership of the UAE have met with AJC over the twenty plus years that we have been regularly traveling to his country in pursuit of regional peace and cooperation and understanding or meeting with government officials when they have visited the united. States Dr Guard Gosh. It's very good to see you again. Thank you, Jason. Thank you I'd like. Like to begin by thanking you for boosting need today and I that this would be opportunity for a frank and constructive discussion, which is much needed I want closer to take the opportunity to thank ag see for what has been quite remarkable bridge to the ridge. There has been an octave work that was done to numerous visits to all the countries of ragent, all the countries of the Gulf and I think this sort of visiting and understanding the food of Fiji sees. Look over this city has been quite busted sounded, so thank you very much for that. Thank you very much. His remarks Dr Garg. The has a proud tradition of philanthropy including major charitable dishes here in the United States. How has your country contributed to the global fight against Akron bars pandemic, and what is your assessment of international cooperation in this fight generally closer to home, please talk about public health cooperation across the Middle East. How successful has it been? How can it be improved going forward? What specific role has the UAE played and I note by the way that the has twice in recent weeks, Asakusa and medical aid to the Palestinians by Israel feel free to discuss that as As well. I would actually agree with lock analysts who have said that our national responses have been more important than what I recall regional responses or googlers, every country, really as sort of look into its own and thermal situation, and this raises a lot of issues rarely about global cooperation, regional cooperation on issues such as the CAL now. If you look really adept policy, it's interesting, because in my opinion, we have come with a very I would say organized which nationally which is allowed us to actually and pry and help others and Binat relations originally and. We I think done something very successfully. Separate. Elliptical from the humanity so here for example we have no relationship with is ran, but at the same time we have recognized that this isn't Adia that we need to cooperate together because it is one that edges human beings finally from the religious affiliations at. Let's look at the long term effects of the pandemic on. The long lockdown of the widespread in deep economic disruptions, the effect that they will have on regional stability and security. Not every country in the region has the kind of resources that the UAE. Does you throw in the recent plunge in oil prices on the crisis across the region really is amplified. Are you forecasting a regional power relationship restructuring a potential conflict between states, says spike and out-migration, perhaps from the Gulf states. Where do you see a softer landing after the pandemic? I would say that things will change and things will stay the scene. To suppose that fundamental issues that we have not been able to tackle for forty and fifty and sixty s will suddenly change overnight I think is expecting too much unfortunately, but at the same time I think that we need to try and work at the edges of. So clearly I think we need to avoid rhetoric that leads plus colletion. We need to avoid confrontation because everybody will be affected the dubs. Demographics guns. Economy and so on so
"garg" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"I mean do you have a strategy where you're just GonNa let my my thought processes? I'm probably going to open up hours if if people are wanting to If people are wanting to I I think that I'm gonNA open up our something to make it easy for them to get in. And I don't think my team is going to be too frustrated with that being offer as long as we have been so Our might Fridays. I don't typically are might open the only ones things where let's get. Let's make hay while the sun shining because who knows when they're going to do this again. I can't I that's a fear based thing it's not typically my thing but man. I feel like now I feel like I wish I'd get in there and do it you know so. I don't know I mean it's it's based on numbers if they have save on this in numbers go up a significant amount but who knows If they don't have the medication for it then yeah the fleet shut us down again so yeah. I'm talking about past. We going in on Saturdays for older patients and I told my wife is like you know if somebody wants a crown or something like that right now if they want to come in on a Saturday and they're good patient than an for an hour to a crown head back home. I kind of feel like that's going to be like if I've got people who are into it. I think I don't know. I think I'm probably going to do I. I wasn't always liked that. I was the guy I wanted my time off. Well I've had a lot of time off so I'm looking. I'm looking to to make it happen. I think so. Yeah I think I think that's Gonna I'm hoping and again I don't know. I suspect that I will bless all over the deel hacks nation. I know anything more about Michigan by thinks. It'd be well I honestly there's A. There's a thread in one of their from Michigan people. And there's people that I think it's going to be September and I'm like you know what how many Hani dentist don't make it September like a lot. That's like six months man that's crazy. I don't know I mean I think the chances even with with a month or two I mean I think ninety five percent of dental offices are not prepared for more than a than a month And I think it's just kind of being propped up right now some of the P- P and all that other stuff but I think when it actually comes down to it and things start coming do that's it's GonNa be hard to tell you when I it's a lot of a lot of people put on a brave front or they put they. They say they're doing a lot better than they are. And Talk to the reps and stuff like that. It's like these people are paying stuff on reading cards. Living off credit cards in the month they are not at Success. Wasn't got wiped out. I mean when you think about that. It's you can only hold. You can only hold that for so long. I mean like the loan deferrals are only GonNa be for so long I like I. I got loan. Deferrals was grateful for that. That's really helped a lot but I'm thinking to myself man. They wouldn't. They're not going to do that forever. That's that's tough man. That's that's so we've got that to potentially look forward to but I do feel like there's a certain amount of she can't do too much like that if there's a bunch of states around us that opened up to dentistry there's not a wild like viral spreading Ohio and Indiana and all these like in Virginia like if people aren't if they're not tracing back to dental offices. It seems Kinda hard for her to continue to do that. But whatever I only WanNa talk about anymore because it makes so there you have it so jason you and I got a chance to talk to Dr Garg. Last weekend it was really it was really good. Talk in. Everyone knows Dr Guard from implant seminars. He sort of. He's one of the premier implant educators in the United States but we. We didn't talk about that at all. Actually the thing that people might not know about him is. He's also a multiple practice owner. He owns like six practices to in the Dominican Republic Zone or a couple of Arizona Bunch in Florida and I think the really refreshing thing was how open he was about the fact that this is affecting him in the same way. It's affecting the rest of us like he's he's having to put together. He had to decide when to close his office. He had to decide how he's GonNa put open office. Backup and everything like that. So that was really cool. This is that's what our interview is today. what did you think of? What do think Dr Garg? I thought he was really good. Those really interested in you know I've had some friends that are specialists the on the have multiple offices that have reached out to me. And you know some of them are really say a man I. I don't know if this is. This model is worth it at or So it's I know it's hitting some of the big guys pretty hard to I can. I can definitely imagine there's different types of different types of struggles in a in a small mom and pop up. Yeah so a lot of moving parts you know. He's he also literally runs classes courses all over the country like in there pretty much stopped dead too. So it's like you know he's I mean. I think that I think he's going to do fine. I think he's well known enough and I. We didn't really talk much about it with him. But it's like part of how much of that is going to have to go online at least for a little while just because people won't be traveling I don't even know it's it's it's interesting to think about. What the continuing education like angle on all this is going to end up being. I don't know I Kinda WanNA think about it. Maybe once you start doing podcast. And that's what they'll do. They shed retired as well. It will hand the mantle over them so okay we got a good interview with Dr Garg. We think you should listen to it. And.
"garg" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Would present. Bet She crazy now. What what percentage of the world do you think is just nuts one hundred twelve percent discussing? Oh my God it's at least half and half but I love him. I mean you wouldn't want to be born on Earth alone on a desert island. How boring with Abby and the the only thing about life is the other crazy people and if you ever went to a friend family reunion I mean I think the CDC should be. They're doing genetic testing to figure out what went wrong as a recessive gene. I mean you know I love crazy people but what are you GONNA do? You're you said doors doors. Go back up. It's GonNa be a all right there. It's it's in the eighties. The mature revolution the cosmetics. They were all so good that they didn't differentiate US eight became a game of volume. And so we signed up for all these. I want to go over overhead. I in nineteen eighty seven. I would do a crown and Root Canal Bill Bill Delta thousand region they pay and now they're giving me six fifty four crown like six fifty for a mall route now so when people tell you their overall say. What's your overhead? They'll say well you know. Labor is a twenty five percent and Labs head and supplies six and rents five and marketings three and they missed their number one overhead. The number one overhead in America Ninety five percent of all the dentist lineup for Delta and that fee is forty two percent last than what you signed up for the number one overhead. Feeding America is the fee reduction. I charge a thousand dollars for Crown. But my PPO only gives me six fifty. I charged eleven hundred for root canal. But this plan only gives me six twenty five so there fi reduction. How does that were? Well I go in there and none of this patient and I run over here hygiene that I do see many crown. Then I come in here and proud that I'm gonNA leave. You packed the cord. That's dad it's dead for half now half of Americans if they got a Magda hat on trump's that magna hat was read for a reason corona viruses red and that that that red hat. I mean. It's it's the perfect color. It was designed read by trump just for the corona virus. And that's a joke and a half the nation including three out of four of my children and my eighty three year old mother. My eighty three year old mother every time I tell her to say home she tells me. Howie of all my children. You're the one that's afraid of the ghost. I cannot believe what I'm hearing from you. I figured you'd been the first one running down the street naked with a beer in your hand. You're coward cave all scared to death. What has become of you? So that's that's fifty one percent of America so all your big way and Bam thank you man like like I have an eight offertory office for thirty two years and half of America. That's their minds at my mother. If you came into her office will I? We're GONNA take your temperature and ask you if you have a offer. Cold She'd be rolling is like really rally so half an America that went to the lowest price that went to the volume that went all all that is the same as soon as you open up the market and by the way as far as pent up demand will notice during the quarantine everyone started brushing and floss. Saying they all stopped drinking coke There hasn't been any candy. So I'm in Arizona. They haven't sold any candy. Sensei the last time I had to buy that You Know Cinco de Mayo a thing I I I mean I mean my God I mean how could a dentist think that something changed in the d. m. f. t. rate did something change in the disease messy infiltrated if anything I know? They're increased their sugar. Smoking drinking. I mean a lot of people a lot of dentist friend at least my friends. I'm Irish so you know. I wish we were burn. That we are first bottle is just JAMESON STRAIGHT BEFORE MY DENNIS. Franz opened up their office. They'RE GONNA have to go to Rehab. I for about a week Just until the shakes are over. And then they'll try to go back to work but I mean so half of America they. They're mad this happened or it's not GonNa Change but the other half the value added that you're half who teaches them get their diplomat and International Congress Oral Policy. I got my FA Gd Madd. I got all these rentals. The people who wanted to go to the guy who was a diplomat in the AFC. That crowd is GonNa go to the American Academy of Disease Dentistry. And they're gonNA. They're they're not gonNA play volume and they don't care what the crown looks like as much as they care about not dying from this Corona virus and so they're gonNA go in there and the new the new dentists so this is what I would do if I were already go back to the class of twenty twenty the corona virus classes twenty twenty. I would get out and I would go read five hundred square feet and I would build to opportunities or and it would be no volume. No nothing and seventy goes around. I'd have the UV lights on their on the ceiling. I would you know the customers dad. The gloves the mask the facials. The suction is going to be the shop. Back machine the negative pressure. You'RE NOT GONNA be able to run three or four rooms. You're going to walk in a room. You're not gonna lay either. Gets even the rebirth of. Maybe I'm maybe some of this. I A chair side milling. Because I don't want to see you again. I'm going to go in there and I'm going to be the root canal buildup crown. We're GONNA be together for a couple of hours and you're GonNa give me a credit card for twenty five hundred dollars and I sense. This thing is gone. I know dentists. Who are cleaning up because eighty percent of the dentist like me or in their house all naked in the corner crying sucking their thumb. You know afraid they're gonNA get killed by Casper the corona virus and and they're going to those Denison and they say okay. Well you know I. It's just me I'm GONNA meet down there one assistant and we stop taking. All the Medicaid Medicare all the insurance whatever and they go in there. And it's a Tuesday. They need original villain counts eight me three hours to do the whole damn thing and it'll be twenty five hundred dollars on your debit card. And if you don't have twenty five hundred dollars and go to the frigate emergency or whatever and they are cleaning up. My friends are telling me that they saw two people today and made five Grand. I I mean. It's just unbelievable. I talked to guys wearing in Arizona and on a Guy Command. He just had a crown done before the pandemic and it's been killing him so he did a root canal through the crown charge. Some fifteen hundred dollars a guy paint on his debit card. He went in there. Nobody he would end by himself and got fifteen hundred dollars in his credit card. He didn't have the twenty five percent staff. He didn't have the forty two percent reduction in price for the volume discount from PPO's he didn't have twenty five for staff. He just went in there and drove a hole through the top of the crown and did a damn root canal and paid fifteen hundred dollars Zebra card so I think half of America didn't change their diet. They got the same number of cavities. They just got bigger. You know they're just you know the the disease infiltrative. They still want to go to the lowest price. They still want the volume discounts. So you're asking me to coach someone like I'm just big clinics. You know I mean I mean when Pacific and Hartland these guys are putting in new clinics. I mean do. They're like ten twelve chairs. They just keep getting bigger and bigger and bigger Bob Fontana when he puts an aspen dental I mean it looks like it's You know it's a huge it looks like a CVS and that market is not going to change. The trumpers never cared they. They're not afraid. And statistically the right eighty percent of the people I guess it's infection they. They're not going to know it. That's why I'm not as scared as the Third World because unlike home Third World. But they're the underdeveloped world because like you take You Take Italy. That's the oldest median age of Europe on Japan. Their median average age is forty one years old In America it's like thirty one years old in the continent of Africa with a billion people. It's nineteen is. This isn't going to hurt Africa. I mean from what we're seeing so forward to nineteen year olds aren't the problem. It's the sixty seventy eighty ninety year. Old People that have diabetes and High Blood Pressure. And all this stuff. It's not like the influenza an epidemic in one thousand nine hundred nineteen that actually really wiped out young kids that Corona virus that came here in two thousand twelve the killed thirty eight million souls and I love pigs more than I think. I Love Pixel than human. I mean you can fix a salad with Bacon. I mean you can fix in. I don't care how bad your wife cooks you. Just add bacon and it's good it killed it. Killed Thirty eight million pigs and it was the baby pigs. It was all the babies they. They lost a year baby so I I'm not a virologist. I'M NOT EPIDEMIOLOGISTS. I I do. I do know a lot about viruses. I've had everyone on my bed Irby's HIV corona. I listened like the top ten biases that are circulating now but the bottom line is the bottom line is i. Don't know why that Corona virus take out the kids and they they h one n one Spanish influenza takeout kids and this one's not It looks like it's an old man's disease right now. Looks like you know fifty you know but I'm lucky I shouldn't even worry his the people that are getting screwed over sixty and I'm fifty seven. I mean only be fifty eight in August. I mean I know that viruses look at me thinking now way let them wait two more years and then they fly off to the next guy and so I'll be say but I think the value added market differ in your either your either cost leadership who wins every market the lowest price deliver on airline. Southwest Airlines has twenty seven percent of all the fleet mile sold. Costco Walmart I. He is the biggest furniture store in the world. I bet you I bet you a dollar that all of your furniture and your houses bought it. I Ki- inside. You're probably have you been assembling all your furniture that you bought over the years on during his pandemic but the the cost leadership crowd wins. That's why everybody takes. Ppo's that's why everybody takes Delta. That's why that's why everybody doesn't because there's a hell of a lot more poor middle class and there are millionaires but that value added crowd which in dentistry as always been half the market. Anybody who's ever shown their math. A lot of people always turns as things like Bogota. I'll say well can I? Can I see a rougher injure a paper or anything that number just kind of fell out of my ass but I know it's true but when I see data this market is always half? It's always happens on. Price cost leadership the other half by on market differentiation sometimes in Arizona. It's as little as you know. It's a grandma from Iran and she. She speaks Farsi. She wants to go to Persian Bennett. She'll she'll drive from all with all the way to North Glendale at the dentist is going to speak her native tongue. Sometimes it's cosmetic sometimes it's your group implant all Jonah Branch. I don't want to file down virgin tooth which is bizarre because I can tell you. I've never caught two teeth having sex in thirty two years so I think all the T- their version and and by the way that name as well. I don't want you to file virgin teeth but you you can put a whole dead. Cowan my sinus. Oh Yeah you can feel it with paper Clemson and I mean I don't care if you just take a dump in my sinus. I mean I don't care but just leave those little virgin teeth alone. I'm like well all your teeth are technically virgins. I don't see. I don't think any of your teeth had saks. But so so. What's the deal? They can't see their sinus of you. Fill it out with paper clips and bone augmentation and you could use a bone graft from like an old shoe you got in the garage. They don't care they don't see it that crowd. If you if you really have feelings for a virgin tooth you're GONNA pay extra money for market differentiation. And that crowd is not GonNa slight volume and so what died while I. It was not wearing gloves and it was customer doors than it. Was that office section where you put in office suction in the first room like suck your wig off. And then in the fifth room it could even suck the slime out that's dead. He can't clean all at the bottle water. But you'll have the infrared lights and that'll just look really safety and then you walk in there at the facial and you'll close the door and you'll never leave and they'll get it. They'll get it that you slow down well in Lisbon Portugal. Talk enough slow dentistry. And you know it's not about slow dentistry. It's about perception and when when they perceive that the waiting room is dead. We now change the waiting room. It's gone full circle from McDonalds to sonic drive-in now now we're clear back to where I started and sonic drive-in stay in your damn car will bring the hamburger out to your car. You're not coming in here and get in French fries. Stain your damn car. And and the waiting rooms dead. And then but when they come in you're gonNA have to screen them like you have a fever coughing you you know. What your centers and I held history's always the same. I just tell them that only burns. I only pain when I P I don't know why that's the only time. I have any discomfort and so so and then you'll bring him into the room. The Dennis will do the whole thing you won't you won't be on a game volume so you might only see three patients on Monday but each one of them paid you fifteen hundred on a debit card. So you went home with forty five hundred dollars and I hate to say this. But I'm hygienic or GONNA have to go to independent practice began by.
The Ferocity of the Gargoyle
"Morning sun signaled sold the end for those that were condemned the jailer lined up the prisoners checking that their chains were secure before the Bishop. This ship arrived. It had rained the night before the stone gargoyles protruding from the nearby. Church dripped black water from its gaping mouth a grotesque sight but for these prisoners it was also a symbol of hope of potential Dole Salvation. The bishop arrived and went inside the church to pray while the executioner insured that the chopping block was secure for the prisoners side. The dark bloodstains left by the countless men who had lost their heads over that wooden stump. The bishop emerged from the Church Bible in hand. He moved along the men he offered each of them their last rites and the chance to confess their sins before their time on this earth head ended the bishops stopped at the last prisoner owner. He stood taller than the others and his eyes sparkled. With a strange fire he had not yet been broken by the stagnant purgatory of imprisonment. That one the bishop said drawing a finger over the man's forehead without a word word. The guards moved and released the man they gave him fresh clothes. Sturdy boots a bag of supplies and coin and sent sent him on his way. The released prisoner thanked the bishop for his kindness and swore that he would earn his salvation. As as the exonerate made his way out of the village he stopped once more to consider the gargoyles mounted over the church. It was because of that Garg Oil. And it's kind that he had been offered his freedom he would never forget it.
"garg" Discussed on The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian
"Having said volley left turn left. I think Garg about a show this where to go, but they didn't have to go far floating in front of the explorers. Where the two thieves they'd seen leaving the Marlow the figures dressed in black. Abigail cut the thrusters of the explorer pod and as their small ship began to drift. So the thieves floating right in front of them Bush. Should I do said Abigail should we try to talk to them or shot? Just high tail it out of here. Let's let them make the first move said fin they came to us after all the two figures who were dressed in black cloaks with black masks continued to stare into the pod without moving or saying anything. Yep. Said fin the first move is. There's just you wait. The pod continued afloat the two figures floating right along with it keeping the same distance from the explorers. Any second. Now said fin they'll make their move. Podcast floating, and nobody did anything. Do we have some music or board games on here said volley, you know, while we wait for them to make this. I move. Maybe I should just float out. There said page who was still a cloud of light filling the pod. Maybe they're here for me. That's exactly why you shouldn't said fin. Okay. That's it said allies, I'm going up there. What sit Abigail you why? Because I'm always the one who gets taken I or kidnap I or goes missing I or guess transformed into some weird other being first but the last day or so it's been page doing that over and over again being the first one transformed the first one gone is not fair. That's my thing. That literally makes no sense said volley. Yeah. Said page, it makes perfect sense said allies now helmets on three. Oh one and please open the hatch Abigail Finn was about to protest, but allies winked at him before closing his visor fin realized what allies was doing if heated and step forward page was going to be the first one out there and allies was protecting page by jumping in head first. That's how good of a friend allies was to fit in page the explorers all buckle themselves in. So they wouldn't float away and secured their helmets. So they could breathe Abigail open the hatch in allies connected to the ship by short tether line. A sort of rope that extended out of the pod swam out to where the thieves waited for their part. The mysterious figures did nothing, but turn their heads to watch as allies approached allies was within arm's reach of them. And yet still no reaction so civilize you guys come here often. We don't have time for this sort of allies couldn't tell which thief had spoken. In fact, he wasn't sure how they were hearing him at all sound wasn't supposed to travel in the vacuum of space. You don't have time for my jokes, sit allies. Then why have you been standing out here? All this time. You are listing. Our time said the voice allies look back at his friends. Okay. Civilize then let's get to the point you stole our robots, and we want that back. Time is our most precious item. And we own time fascinating set allies. Now back to our robots you'll hand it over now. So the voice the explorers all looked at each other. Then at Garg Abban who hadn't moved. That's not gonna happen stead allies. We would maybe consider a trade of this Garg Abbad for our robots and all of our documents, and explorer pod you stole assurance that..
Ford’s self-driving vehicle division is set to go — autonomous
"Welcome back to overnight America I'm your. Host Ryan record and I am checking on a couple of different stories that are going on out there one of which is Ford so it looks like they're going to follow GM's crews in making a self. Driving car in some companies approach this in different ways I know apple and Google and all of them want to create their, own Atanas vehicle GM got into it there spinoff cruise. Drew an investment from SoftBank group two point two five billion dollars boosting their share price by about thirteen percent in a day in a Ford said, we want to boost our share price too. So they gave it a shot Even though. It only went up maybe about one percent of that but Ford has seemingly taken a step in that direction. So it looks like they're going to move towards the more, self, driving vehicle I don't know why it would take him so. Long Ford is one of those companies, you would think would be on the forefront. Of it there Ford come on But. On Tuesday for said it would invest four billion dollars through two thousand twenty three in. Its newly formed Ford Autonomous. Vehicles LLC including a billion dollars a previously earmarked for Argo Pittsburgh-based self-driving startup that Ford. Acquired in two thousand seventeen they said they hoped to accelerate business opportunities with. The creation of the, new unit in I'm looking at some different photos and different things that. They have up, there it's kinda cool alphabet which is Google's. Parent company plans to launch, a self driving ride service later this year I would not try that later this year We have. So many issues what are they gonna do cameras inside too like they did that, one Garg Aker whatever guy, here in the we're gonna be streaming the rights to kind of scares me, I know that autonomous cars have received disproportionate amount. Of press I know that it's going to be newsworthy when an autonomous car gets into a crash because people are. Talking about are they safe or are. They not safe and it's still the testing face so I, know that they report on them have more heavily compared to other crashes but I, just do knock you'll comfortable about flipping on auto mode. In living my south in my family whoever else is in the car do their thing. It does scare me that there are hackers out there that can control your. Vehicle if you like, it or not so vehicles now are so computer based like when you..
"garg" Discussed on WJR 760
"That Uber just. Can't catch a break and, in this latest incident Certainly with his driver, this, one driver they shouldn't there's a guy named Jason Garg he is a Saint, Louis Missouri Uber driver who apparently is an aspiring broadcaster because he has his own reality. Show starring the people that, ride in. His Uber vehicle rideshare with him unbeknownst to them so imagine you get new an Uber maybe, we got a couple of drinks you're with the buddies in your. Chatting and your animated and maybe your little silly because you've been. Imbibing, unbeknownst? To you Jason is live streaming your conversation on a an app called twitch twitch right I'm not familiar with that are you Danielle might know little more than I do. From what I understand it's this live video streaming service where people can sign up to be subscribers and you get and you get paid for those subscribers somehow and people can donate money to. Be made over like three thousand dollars off of this which I hope it was worth it. For them yeah I mean. I can't think of a I. Mean it's a it's certainly, a, violation of privacy but it's not against the law and it calls into question, that is people want their little fifteen minutes of fame that they will apparently do anything. For that we need to, revise some. Of these things in one party states as much as they can in some cases helped the, media and things like that that are trying to do things on. People there has to be some punishment for somebody that's trying to..
Additives In Processed Food And Plastic Packaging Harm Kids, A New Study Reveals
"That didn't make it to television 'cause it's too preposterous, that, the suit. Said SNL said. Nah come on that's too crazy. No one's going to. Buy that this. Is for real this actually happened this. Is how stupid this guy. Is he knows he's. Being videoed the cameras are there he thinks that Sasha berry baron. Cohen Colonel is actually doing this this is a real life lesson. In how to deal. With terrorists it, is beyond hilarious and of course Jason Spencer, screaming that he's, been set up which he did which he was he's been has been taken out of context which it wasn't because I don't know how you can take this one out of. Context and it is In this day and age especially with the bad news we're talking, about the fires were talking about the shootings. We're talking about the war is about to happen between, Iran, in the. United States which. Of course it is in but. We brought it up. Another notch in. Terms of the hot hostilities it's wonderful. To see stuff like this. Is just fantastic Representative. Jason Spencer Republican what a shocker I wonder if this is gonna. Hurt his candidacy I'm willing to bet night I'm willing to bet. That he is going. To score big, in the next election I don't know enough, about how he's, doing in the. Job assuming he he's doing a good job for his constituents they are going to take his side that he's the victim of this, liberal prank yeah Gophers but he revealed a lot about how he sees the. World Oh good Lord okay coming up handle on. The news, late addition right, here KFI AM six forty Jennifer Jones Lee Europe police in Toronto asking people to share videos and photos from the scene. Of the mass shooting that killed two people and hurt twelve others a man dressed in. Black fired. A gun from a sidewalk in Toronto's green town neighborhood last night the Toronto police chief says. The shooting was not random and terrorism has not been ruled out the shooter. Wes killed by police news is brought to, you by Mike diamond the smell good plumber police in Santa Ana say a woman who was, killed in a skateboarding fall had been pulled along by a car the twenty four year old woman apparently fell about one thirty yesterday, after getting separated from the car that had been pulling. Her officials say alcohol may have. Contributed to the accident mayor Garcetti he's leaving on a jet plane he said into Asia to lead a delegation of leaders from the ports of. Los Angeles world airports and the l. a. tourism and convention boards the group will spend the, next ten days in Tokyo Seoul hotel in city in Hong Hong working to, strengthen relationships and boost investment in tourism in LA China Japan Korea and Vietnam are LA's four leading trading partners and almost, two million people from Asia visited LA last year alone the trip will be our cities. Fifth out. Of the state in six weeks Amy king KFI news ridesharing one thing streaming it live is. Quite another hundreds of Uber riders on these Saint Louis area apparently had no. Idea their conversations with the driver were not, only being recorded they were being streamed live to his channel on the website twitch the driver, Jason Garg ACA fluorescent Missouri has been suspended from both Uber and lift Gaga said he was just trying to capture the natural interactions, between himself and his passengers passengers seen and heard on. The feed include children drunk people. Some vomiting and people talking trash about friends and relatives and even their bosses Michael KFI new a new report from the American Academy of pediatrics. Says food packaging can be bad for children plastics chemicals in cardboard food packaging and nitrates Processed meats, have all been linked to worse immune systems, and higher obesity risk the, report also says cutting out synthetic food coloring may reduce ADHD symptoms the, pediatricians, recommend eating less processed food and keeping plastics out of the microwave or dishwasher and the governor of Tokyo's Tokyo Japan. Says beating the heat wave is. An important consideration for the twenty twenty Olympics, the temperatures, reached one, hundred, two degrees today in. Tokyo some outdoor events like the marathoner scheduled now for early morning officials, also are working on. Special lower heat road pavements miss Breyer's and tall trees. Along the roadsides traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center, let's..
Trump warns Iran's president in all-caps tweet to stop threatening U.S.
"NBC News. Radio I'm Mark Mayfield. Toronto police are confirming that a. Gunman and one other person are dead after a mass shooting here's Toronto police chief Mark Saunders the fourteen archaic, I can tell you that one has, succumbed to their injuries at this point in time a young girl is in critical state right now. The shooting happened in the eastern Toronto neighbourhood of Greek town on Sunday night one person was killed thirteen others are in, the hospital police chief Saunders says the suspect who was armed with a handgun exchange gunfire with. Police before he died police don't have a motive for the shooting but investigators have ruled out terrorism Saunders is asking that witnesses come forward if they have any information President. Trump is issuing a harsh warning to Iran's president about threatening the. US and all caps tweet address to Iranian president Hassan Ronnie Trump caution him. To never threaten the United States, or quote you. Will suffer consequences the, likes of which few throughout history of ever. Suffered before he added that the US will no longer stand for what he called. Ruhani's demented words of violence and death. Trump's tweet seems to, be a response to a warning from her Hanie about risking war with Iran if he pursues hostile policies toward the country. Over four, hundred members, of the Syrian rescue group. The white helmets and their families are Jordan after being evacuated. By Israel soldiers Israeli forces, brought four hundred and twenty two people into Jordan. Via the Israel occupied Golan Heights eventually will be resettled in Germany Canada and. Britain Uber and lift. Are putting the brakes on a. Driver who live streamed video of his passengers without their knowledge the Saint Louis post dispatch says Jason Garg streamed, his interactions with hundreds of Saint Louis, area passengers on the popular video gaming website twitch Garg ACA suspended from working with the ride sharing. Services but he didn't do anything illegal because Missouri only requires one person in a conversation to consent to a recording the, mega millions jackpot is still up for grabs in it's worth nearly five hundred million dollars beware. Is going to be entitled to.
Israeli military evacuates Syrian White Helmets
"Try babble for free download the app or text happy to forty eight forty eight forty eight text happy to forty eight forty eight forty eight to try babble for. Free that's h. a. p. p. y. two four eight four eight four eight an, extraordinary, overnights secret rescue operation in Syria this, past weekend at the, request, of the US and other European, allies the Israeli military says. It's evacuated hundreds of Syrian rescue workers known, as the white helmets, from serious volatile border near Israel ABC's Jordana Miller is in Jerusalem with more on this unprecedented mission. The white helmets have been described as the bravest of the. Brave this is a network of volunteer rescue workers who have been operating. In rebel-held areas and. Essentially following bombing campaigns They go in on the ground and they've really tried to. Save civilians provide medical care for them pull survivors from the rubble the evacuees were surrounded by hostile Syrian troops in ISIS affiliated groups. They've been transported by bus to, Jordan eventually they're expected to resettle in Europe and Canada some Uber, and lift passengers live streamed without their, knowledge it. Happened to passengers in Saint Louis. Who wrote in Jason Garg ax car, while he was driving, for two. Companies here's ABC's Adrian banker in statements both. Uber and lift say they've deactivated carjack Uber says the troubling behavior in. Our videos is not.
Graham warns Trump he's being "played" by North Korea
"Other way to explain why he would side with the. Kremlin over. US intelligence wins news time ten oh five now the official ten ten wins AccuWeather four day forecast. A few showers and thunderstorms around the tri-state overnight low seventy three gray skies tomorrow and possibly wetted times again high eighty some sun on Tuesday's still muggy with a shower thunderstorm in the area high eighty four Wednesday some clouds some. Sun high, eighty one and again we. Can't rule out some rain right now seventy four degrees with light rain going down to seventy. Three, in midtown Friday's news the President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen recorded conversations he had with then candidate, discussing hush money. Payments to a playboy playmate has caught the attention of Michael often naughty attorney for adult film star stormy Daniels the president. Has denied paying hush money to Daniels or model Karen McDougal but avenue says the tape proves, the president is lying he also tells ABC's, this week that he's been in touch with Cohen who thinks who he thinks has. Made an evolution in recent days think he's ready to tell the truth and ultimately, I think he's going to cooperate with us as a relate star search for the truth of an audio also says the tape proves. The, president. Knew the payments were being made prior to the election contrary to what he's said wins news time ten oh six one month after publicly proclaiming that North Korea is, no longer, a nuclear threat The Washington Post reports the, President, Trump has, been frustrated by the lack. Of progress, being made toward denuclearizing the Korean peninsula diplomats say the North Koreans have canceled, several follow up meetings after the president's, summit in. Singapore with Kim Jong UN and, that's even, been communicating with the US even as its relations with China and South Korea seemed to now be improving as a result of the summit South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, said on CBS face the nation that President Trump is being. Played by. The north we, need to make sure that China North. Korea no and believes that you're different than everybody else restart these military exercises and put on the table removing our dependence from South Korea. As a real star warning to North. Korea what, happens if they play you the north also hasn't yet followed through on a promise to return the remains of US troops killed during the Korean, war a short-lived taste of freedom is over police say, for a Brooklyn man who, escaped from police. Custody. Last, week the NYPD says it's caught up with thirty nine year old Derek Robinson who Managed to take office was? Being arrested in SoHo Friday and a petty larceny case investigators say. They traced him to a youth hostel after releasing surveillance. Photo a North Carolina woman twenty one year, old Elise Scruggs is also facing charges in that petty larceny case. But she did, not run police say Robinson is now also, charged with escape Wins news time ten away well privacy has become. A growing concern in this electronic age now an Uber and lift driver in Saint Louis has been. Suspended Jason Garg act reportedly, take reportedly, took liberties with the privacy of his passengers in statements both Uber, and lift say they've deactivated carjack Uber says the troubling behavior in. Our videos is not, in line, with. Our, community. Guidelines and twitch the live streaming service. Gar CAC was using to share the video wouldn't speak to. This particular case but in their posted policy they state we do not allow people to share. Content that invades others privacy that driver reportedly live streaming as passengers without their, knowing that's correspondent Adrian banker reporting wins news time ten oh nine let's say you just bought a, house bad news is you're one step closer. To becoming your parents you probably multiple on anybody noticed you. Mow the lawn told people to..
"garg" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Checks how hard of that i mean they do it when we board planes hell when i give a clennett court the somebody i gotta show when i d mike 21yearold son god bless them looks nineteen has the show why d how about some shrek the tracks like if you're on a terror watch list you can't buy one this was a give me this should never have happened this guy this animal should have been scott deaden his brick in tracks but wasn't because is no logic in the system and the body needs the put some logic in the systems he's going after the bob stocks let's get expand the bratt background tracks all military style garg's out of the hands of terrorists domestic abusers mentally ill anyone who's a threat up next will finish this off that lots to talk about on markets will segue i'm gary this little.
"garg" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Certain mindset needs to be able to win consistently uh that's that is the biggest challenge and uh probably probably the thing that i'm most proud of this and i'm i'm happy we wanted to ask champ ship that's great but that's so hard to do i need everything's gotta go right i was always been just consistent rammed that year in and year out is in the heart you know and and that makes a lot of uh by and it takes the right culture and um and so for me that's what i focus on every single day is is making sure that we got the mindset right that's without staff us with everybody in the building uh certainly out of colliers will you certainly established that and now we got you as the number one team going into conference championship weekend we're looking forward to seeing in that game clemson miami saturday at 700 eastern on espn radio and eight o'clock on abc data we appreciate the time thanks so much besse luck this weekend intially beyond tanks coach appreciated garg you're lucky off thank you we're going to need than you i say i love what he said about young players and then getting the vine is while you have your leaders in your and your veteran older players but get everybody tobias to step into a situation they know that mindset i i love that of roh of basically when they step on campus get him in that mindset and certainly there is an expectation now clemson because of dabble the habit there since danny award gather okay what pizza for all the students how awesome his rock act rock solid no audience hits number one could for dabbaransi sec championship game coming up rex ryan and.
"garg" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I won't really know until i really put diet like kevin spacey film on glenn garg than ross is a film i am constantly drawnback to is on the west end of the moment with a with a different cast and so it's been it's went on my mind i think do i do i put that on an how i feel about what you kevin spacey i don't think it will change my reaction to the film too much but again as hell and said your mileage may vary yeah it's it's a it's a it's a tough one but i i would say that bear in mind as well as homes at the on this is work of uncertain films 100 or different people hundred fifty two people every hundred peope people whatever it is and um maybe think of them as well when you're approaching that film or lap play or that book or that song whatever it is not a definitive answer but i don't think this is a a topic on which can be additive definitive answer but if you do want to have your question red up apropos cast he could do so find number methods i were on twitter us at empire magazine used to hike and for podcast as michael axhted and we will see it i want on facebook as well as empire magazine and you can email us podcast app empire online dot com time now for our first guest this week and she is an acting legend has been nominated for several oscars are yet to win she's been the likes of since you women which is fantastic film you haven't seen that already do check it out the kids are all right uh the griff tres open range american beauty uh bugsy love affair she is of course the great annette benning completing our one to said of the bending household the bending beatty household so if you have an listen to the warren beatty interview special from latin from earlier this year do check it out it's a lot of fun.
"garg" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"I know us movies to get yourself into the proper mindset what movie would you or your wife recommend specifically for women i feel and the wrong person to answer this question and my wife is working somewhere in his nowhere in ailine so i don't know what movie she would recommend movie would i recommend for women i'm just gonna say the matrix is good for everybody that's a crutch a total cop out but love to get you a better answer from leesa all right question from she rogge garg that may be one of the coolest names of all time i wanna know if as a real name or not as on facebook so i guess we have shot my question is how to embrace uncertainty what we want to do in the future is all our imagination question mark how to truly believe that i can make it happen embrace that i will figure out a way even if i message this is awesome okay so this is like v v questioned the people need to answer affirmatively right now and that is you need so humans lead with belief have the arrogance of believe as i say but the belief is not that you are already capable it's not that you will be able to do this anonymous up it is only the only thing you have to believe in lien close here my words the only thing you have to believe in right now is that humans are capable of learning that humans for whatever reason nature has chosen to not endow us with a whole bunch of like preprogramme things so for instance a baby horse a fall i believe is how you say that when they're born that can already walk literally boom they come out in their walking in all is well because that's all hardwired into them but horses horses a horse and they're gonna stay a horse and that's that and you're never going to find a horse reading chaucer just not going to happen so that's all those decisions are pre wired humans on the other hand come out they cannot take care of themselves very lump of flesh the basically know how to suckle and that sort of the extent of it.
"garg" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"A twenty two nothing now the games that are still going on lives you just got a key turnover with under two minutes to go hanging onto a fourteen to seven lead over the minnesota vikings rams were they thirty two to thirty lead over the dallas cowboys dallas scored get a twopoint conversion but it was nullified by a holding call the second attempt was no goods what's thirty to thirty rams have the ball in cowboy territory right now with a two point lead under four minutes left to play jaguars had a goahead touchdown nullified by a penalty but they got a field goal twenty seconds to go in the metal is right now they are tied with the jets and stared down over time it 2020 and the steelers try to close out the ravens just over two minutes to go in baltimore pittsburgh on top 25 denied drawback to you well thank you scott this was a very significant domination by the houston texas certainly frustration for the titans begun the year two one microchip learn today the education of young quarterback continues outstanding against new england outstanding today looking forward to his challenge next week with kansas city let's not forget that hopkins at wide receiver had ten catches rover owner garg lamar miller had 23 touches one thirty one so just totally dominated run game task quarterback defense specialties it was all he's the texans certainly old the day we hope for more competitive affairs but this one was fun my friend at a different way we're seeing that a versions of one of the game's great young stars shawn watson the i always balpa fourletter word hold hole and when you get a young potential franchise quarterback into a city energizes everyone not the least of which are the guys he's playing with got us as well up on our fees bottle score fifty seven to fourteen one of the games for the ages in terms of well certainly in this divisional rivalry the texans all over the sites you've been listening to westwood wants coverage of the national foot fall league would like to.
"garg" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"Why do you get that sensation uh is there an attacker fair is there an insect on me is something about to crawl on me that could bite me or sting me mayor kill me or whatever and so that sensation makes you immediately grab at it scratch added brush head off that can affect hooker um it's also helpful for grooming this is probably also like a vestige of grooming prior to to mirror overnight sufferer exactly 'cause you have that sensation or like if you've got like a big clot a dirt or something i don't know on your face you feel it and go hunger supplement face so that's one kind of tackling garg leases like i said is that deeper rougher touch that makes people laugh and mrs humans in an all primates rats can be tickled there are lots of studies on tickling rats because they can be and we're interested in it's kinda cool i actually read one researcher was saying you know we spent so much time researching the more negative sides of human emotions you know the more negative extremes so that we can understand better conditions like depression and anxiety in that kind of thing but we don't spend a lot of time researching things that make us happy like tickling and so that's why he likes to go into it he likes to study tickling because it's a it's a happy fagan it makes a happy that those but i think of as human fingertip the things that make us happy we attribute account of magic to and we don't necessarily want to delve deeper into scientific explanations of it because it's like trying to explain a joke where you lose the magic thing in the trying to understand better and i think with we're talking about sad things are anger or whatever trying to understand them clinically his way for us to process them and make them seem conquerable make them seemed like something we can handle.
"garg" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Uganda you know cook it up nice and similar listen very fine chopped onions along with some bell peppers imai one cuts loubna colors he wants him yellow and green ansa maria to add to it little small onions a little bit of garg not much just enough in its celery not oh you salary i'm sorry not anez back isa some it is when the glare in their from from a saw standpoint i wanna use just basic a base of of some sort of a pasta tomato mira nair sauce but then i'm gonna add all at two wouldn't put my foot on it i'm a drop in some slice roman tomatoes and slice of nice in the dropped her them into it is will put it all together now i'm not mixing ma pastor with the sociedad doer no no no no we not mix lol gather you are count baptist here we not doing that nah among taken put it all gathered in a poor deposit assault on top with the ground turkey in mckay her nego wash it now with some wine if you like or some beer robot some key sodano room god to use the donald trump is coming to you soon without lz well we my let him make the shot glasses on air tardy that of course brought to you by omaha stakes shift where a key this segment though brought to you by state farm because our nba draft coverage is brought to you by state farm talked to an agent by combining your home and auto into a plan that's right for you at state farm here to help life go right dirty linen of pro ask him all talk joins us next every bit steady part of the show you could always subscribe to the podcast on the listen tad of he has anap or on your either.
"garg" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Kenyan a single player after cargo and blackmail not one pitcher on the staff but that's why they're so good i mean they have a bunch of nameless guys that you don't know about you never heard of here they are fortysix at 26 pets team of the national league other nationals are you are you running out of breath because you're just ty is really tight on me and the collar shokhin me at the last time i wore this was at my daughter's bought mitzvah and i'm telling you i must again fifty pounds since the wall and it was a month and a half of the the haircut did add thirty pounds in thirty years ago ghirma can you put on the poll please what does still god's look most like paul fine bomb jeff van gundy garg amount dick vitel danny devito at lebanese hard show what is to god's look most like what other options are there jeff van gundy dick prides how what a amal one other me nagwa forty pounds on van gundy what others one other options are there those are good ones it's perfect all right good contribution echoed iq me hasn't get on asylum he has throughout another route one you bow that code he's given us nothing for two out nothing done liberal tarred is the second most famous frank frankenstein to god's pretty good it's also not his name ma frank cold frankenstein front new forces fringe new calls and frankie d c c don liberal i show with this to god spontaneous pm radio time now for greg code is back in my day we wanted to do it last segment but still guys became a rodeo bull of hot takes fix the caller on your jacket please.