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"ghandi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

03:19 min | 2 months ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

"I love it. It's beautiful thank you very much. Gosh i had one what ghandi's painting these paintings right and doesn't artwork get more expensive if the artist is no longer with us. Are you gonna murder her. I'm just saying like she's prolific. And they're really really good paintings and there's only like a half a dozen of them well not yet she she needs. She needs to be a little more recognized. Then you kill her all right with report coming up after headed heart zone. We.

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"ghandi" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

06:29 min | 3 months ago

"ghandi" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Strange sweaty weird person who wait until election day to decide who to vote for that. I haven't asked if if if you know this is one of my greek peeves about and others for twenty years because of the nature of how a two party system works and gada political science. Every election is basically decided at the end of the day. The most crucial voters at the end are the undecided voters who tend to be either literally or figuratively morons Because if you can watch an election for like eighteen months and not figure out who your four and like every every four years we have a presidential debate. And the cnn or someone go to these focus groups and alaska them all of undecideds and it'll be like no what you think. So i i really wanted to hear more about education like it's like late october and you hinging on. Who gave him one. Kier answer on on education. You could have looked up their positions if they positions mattered on their website for like a year. So anyway just again. I don't want to discourage that one person who has an epiphany and decides that who wanna vote for my prediction is trump loses I say my prediction It's it's more of a prophecy in the sense that not because my name is gina But because prophecies biblically understood are. I'm i'm trying to talk to you. Your language. here are their warnings. And if you do the right things you can prevent the thing. That's being warned about from happening. You know like nova and all that stuff that my namesake did so I think if you had to bet right now it really looks like donald trump is gonna lose but it's not impossible for him to win and it's just it's becoming more and more like a five game parlay then a straight up easy for him to do gotcha so if it comes down to one vote decided the election and it was you and you didn't vote. We can blame you wash. Which shouldn't run for biden by about ninety two percent so my vote Literally doesn't matter why i feel perfectly free not to vote for him in california. So yeah we were in the same situation here. I feel bad. Because i tell people. I don't vote but it's not this big moral. Because i'm like it's easy for me. I live in california. My mom doesn't matter for president. anyway. I've never lived anywhere. My vote eight to one. So voting has always been a statement of into vanity or minor issues. You know down ballots type stuff. I grew on the upper west side of manhattan christians in ancient rome. 'cause we were conservatives and And the only other places. I've lived in baltimore prog in washington. Dc so like my vote is meaningless. So what if your father on your deathbed and your daughter was harassing you to to vote against to vote as a democrat. What would you that girl on twitter and tiktok or go. Yeah yeah. I did see that. I think i would tell my daughter. You really don't want to have this as your last memory of your wonderful dad so maybe you wanna walk some cold water on your face and bring me a drawing of something but no i i. I don't know who i would let. Let's let's hope. I'm not in that situation to figure it out. I'm question we ask questions dump people. There's some dumb questions on the ship. We'd we aim for them so speaking of dumb questions for trump if he provided a loving home to every orphan basset hound in the nation. I would get much closer to saying yes Embedded in the the premise of the question. Which is why is contracting. I said moments ago. There was no such thing as a widespread organ. Basset hound problem because basset hounds. Puppies are scientifically proven to be irresistible. No one would let a basset hound puppy suffer or be alone on the street for more than a nanosecond before they took it in but once they get big. I mean they take the worst smelling dumps their big and slow. They're stepping on their ears than do people get rid of bass hands went their big some. I am a former. I'm a. I'm part of the international order of current or former. Basset hound orders. And i think that the bassett is the noblest of beasts Do not recommend it as a dog for everybody because they were basically built like imagine you have a factory like a garment factory where they make dogs and they had a lot of extra skin but just had bad logistical inventory management and not enough leg and so they're just really weirdly constructed as if they're made from excess scraps of some stuff and short of other things and they are the most stubborn of beasts. But i love doing those right. I mean this is good. We're just gonna give you a few things. See how never trump are you. So i thought that was they. Were trying to convert into a somewhat about if you fought. Basset hound cancer. That's our basset hounds steadfastly against basset hound cancer. But again i think fighting. Cancer is a bipartisan issue. Already doesn't need donald trump But yes i let let let me skip ahead before you run through all my favorite animals. i m sure you could construct in some scenario in which the alternative is. I have to watch jeffrey. Toobin on zoom call for the rest of my.

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One nation, under gods? Indias divisive temple

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:55 min | 6 months ago

One nation, under gods? Indias divisive temple

"Off. Today India's Prime Minister Narendra. Modi. Traveled to the northeastern city of yoga which was hung with saffron flags and more than one hundred, thousand jobs. He came to lay the first stone of temple to Rahm incarnation of the Hindu God vishnu with believed was born in the city. This isn't the standard fare of a politician pressing the flesh for a photo op. It fulfils a promise Mr Moody made as a young politician to return to iota only when construction on a new temple began. Key. Speech at the dedication broadcast into the whole country he said the temple would be a symbol of unity that the weight of centuries and today. Agreement nation. Idea A symbol of unity. It is not the weight of centuries as Mr Moody and his BJP party see it goes back to the founding of a mosque on the site that was razed to the ground nearly thirty years ago. When we're talking about a Yoda today, we're talking about a very specific place just a couple of acres off the center of town where there was a great big mosque built in the sixteenth century and destroyed by Hindu activists in nineteen ninety-two. Alex. TREBEK's is the economists India correspondent based in Delhi the site of that former mosque is what's under contention? It's been the most controversial. Acre. In all of India. Ever since and the question is whether or not Hindus may bill the temple to Rahm right there and so how did things progressive since nineteen ninety two when the the mosque was destroyed how does that end up as a temple concentration today? It's been a terribly. Tortuous story through the courts after decades of legal stasis and very bizarre humiliation the supreme. Court. Last November, few months after Narendra Modi Wins, wapping reelection decides that the most crucial part of the ground ought to be given to the Hindus go ahead and build the temple that you've been clamoring for these decades. The court noted that the demolition of the mosque illegal in sort of compensation that no one appreciated very much allocated several acres of idle land outside the town to Muslims. In effect, the court just gave the Hindus white they had wanted and I mean the Hindu nationalists, the very groups that had clamored for the destruction of the mosque and eighty is a ninety S. And so what precisely is happening today then so today is the last of three days of the ceremony. Put. In which people most notably the prime minister are doing various prayers, offering ritual sacrifices, and so on. Around the site itself most spectacularly in the middle of all the Prime Minister Narendra. Modi ritually lifted into place the forty kilograms silver brick, which serves as temples foundation stone. Now it's consecrated and all its left is to keep on raising money and build the actual structure itself and what's the reaction been from Muslims about this this contentious building. You know in a way Muslims and everyone cares about civil rights and the secular foundation of India knows what to say no. One's happy about it. firebrand Muslim leader in Parliament Assadi. Noisy has criticized the prime minister going to a religious event and it's indeed striking that the prime minister should be there on the temple grounds with a bunch of priests and Politicos all mixed in as if they were a single class, it's shocking if you've been sleeping under a rock as India's changed in recent years and in fact, I was Struck that there have been no mass protests by Muslim groups either after the Supreme Court's decision last November nor today it doesn't mean they're happy about it. But at this point, the thing to protest, we talked a lot about Narendra Modi's brand of Hindu nationalism I. Guess This is kind of a pinnacle. Then for his aims I mean what? What does this mean for him and his party it is a pinnacle of sorts but I think it's more important to look at this as the end of a long first stage of Hindu nationalism. Movement. In India. We're looking at something more like a capstone than a foundation stone and at the same time this date August fifth was chosen for quite obvious reason. It's the first anniversary of this government very bold move to strip the state of jump in Kashmir India's only Muslim state a year ago of its status as a state and rule it directly from Delhi that was one of the main three goals that the Hindu nationalist movement had till. Now now, the third of those goals creating a uniform civil code that would bind. Muslim family law into line with Hindu and secular family law governs most of the rest of India is a less inspiring goal and it's been half accomplished. Already what Mr Moody is going to need in future is another another series of rallying cries like build the temple and where he's GonNa find them it's just not obvious at this point. So today's ceremony is is not a cause for for great triumph. This is this is not the the the end of this long road for the Jay he's hindu-nationalist goals and therefore mission accomplished. This is a triumph. Yes. By all rights Mr, Modi a good one to be taking the victory lap for his party is ideologically movement but that's also very backwards looking Mr Moody was elected with a terrific share of the parliamentary seats in two thousand fourteen in the first place. Because of these hindu-nationalist goals which attracted the devotion of his base, but because Indians were eager for change for economic development and good technocratic governance of a sort that he seemed specially poised to offer, there are various reforms for which he and his government can claim credit over the past six years. But there are many many more disappointments and in particular over the past two years say before the covid nineteen pandemic and then much much worse since it's begun, India's facing an economic crisis, it's every indicator is worse than they've been in a generation. So there's GonNa be a very strongly felt need. A week the opposition to come up with some way of rallying the country some nationalistic theme or series of themes to distract from the sort of impasse in India finds itself had economically this Hindu. Nationalist ideology offers no guidance towards what India's trade policy ought to be say or how environmental law to be fixed or scrapped. They've got a steady ideology, but it's not tacked onto any particular policies at this point i. think that the government we have in place right now strong government but in dark turbulent times is going to be almost desperate to find something to replace the impetus with. Altogether, though these changes that have already gone through, do you think it chips away at the basis of modern India's government? The the idea that religion shouldn't be a part of it. Yeah I think that India as we know it maybe as an idea we almost to retire Mahatma? Gandhi. Still on on every currency note but this is not Ghandi's India anymore you might almost say that the the anti-secularist of one it's now very ordinary to see symbols of state power mixed with. Symbols of sectarian dominance over the hindu-majority expressing itself often revanchist terms, which is why this template a Yoda really does. Alex thanks very much for joining US Jason. Thanks very much.

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This Day in History: Sarojini Naidu Born February 13, 1879

This Day in History Class

03:38 min | 1 year ago

This Day in History: Sarojini Naidu Born February 13, 1879

"Find US This Day in history. Class is a production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm Eve's welcome to this day in history class a show where we one day ship nuggets of history straight to your brain. Your ear hole today is February thirteenth. Twenty twenty the day was February. Thirteen eighteen seventy nine Indian poet and activist fair. Jamie I do with born. Naidoo was also the first Indian woman to be president of the Indian National Congress. Her poetry earned her the nickname. The Nightingale of India do was born in Hyderabad India. Her mother was a poet and her father was a scientist and philosopher. She was the oldest of eight children and some of her siblings were activists and poets. Naidoo spoke several languages and she began writing poetry at an early age. She began attending modulus university age. Twelve several years later she moved to to study at King's college and Girton College there. She became involved in the Campaign for women's suffrage when she returned to India in eighteen ninety eight she married a non brahmin doctor though he was from a different cast. The families approved of the marriage. The couple eventually had several children together. Her First Collection of poems the Golden Threshold was published in nineteen o five that same year the British partitioned Bengal which separated the majority Muslim eastern areas from the largely Hindu western areas. Having gained an interest in politics through her experiences and England. Naidoo turned her attention to the Indian National Congress and Ghandi's non cooperation movement. The Indian National Congress is a political party that formed in eighteen eighty five and was at the forefront of the Indian independence movement. The non cooperation movement was a nonviolent effort to get the British government to grant self governance to India. Naidoo joined the Indian National Congress in Nineteen Zero Five. She travelled around India. Speaking about women's education helping impoverished people nationalism. She met with social and political leaders and artists like Gopal Krishna. Go clea- robin threat. Takur in Sarala Debbie to drawn in one thousand nine. Seventeen Naidoo helped found the women's Indian Association along with Anne bessant Margaret cousins and others in the following years. She continued to argue for women's suffrage and speak out against issues like child marriage and Sati when Hindu widows would earn themselves to death on their deceased husbands funeral pyres

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"ghandi" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Damn it. No the other people down Colin. I Know Correct Colin for. I'm an idiot. fucking idiot the Capri. I'm so sorry but you didn't give me we'd or anything so fuck anybody's game. That was my fault. You shouldn't apologize. I was totally pool the pool so you started watching the movies when winter show is pregnant. Yeah we have gotten all the way your baby is sixteen. It is to next month. It's been a long project to my credit. The first fifteen twenty years our trash Asia. Hey Gone with the wind. All at the win it happened. One night is the first good one then gone with the wind. But I mean if you tried to watch wings is Sark DOC Jacksonville. I don't know but there's been so many and then they start getting good eventually but for a while you're just like people are just like look we. We have a camera we can move it this way. Best Picture Gandhi Ghandi's great now. Now we're in the good zone really. That was fun to watch. I love love. Gandhi seen the scene the sequel Ghandian sixty would have it so good our saw donald edited out all and I. It's gotten you know. Yeah in sixty.

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"ghandi" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Venture Stories

"He'll more bill more challengers. I'm about into both of your time. Switches which arap soon is there. Any last points are that we didn't get discussed that you think are interesting for it was any threats. You WanNa poke I think people just generally Less intimidated by healthcare intense. Like that's like running theme of my life is like how do you make healthcare like more accessible place for people because the this is not going to get better or less a smart people common fried egg stab at it and I think a lot of people get turned off because they think it's really impossible to solve an in and and so much regulatory burden etc like you really encourage people to to take a look deeper into this because there is a lot of really meaningful problems to be solved and and a lot of very interesting businesses and problems Tackle so yeah I mean my my one piece is more just like healthcare is is not as intimating as you think it is an and there's a lot of opportunity. Let's face it onto this morning. Here you know came came. Tacna alter background has been spending time on like the EJ an elderly space for the last few months when this morning he said it was the most encouraging urging talk that he had not not saying that about me but like literally everyone telling adult work. Healthcare that he's been meeting which I think is unfortunate like to sort of like tell people that it's too complex or too hard. isn't complex hard. But I don't think that we should be trying to keep people out of it. I think we should be encouraging us. Brightness in space the one place Eric we didn't talk about that and kill touched upon was like one of your one of your question was just like you know like what's Kind of like an issue in healthcare that you know in the is talked about enough and One of our advisers. I think he doesn't get job of pushing a lot on like sort of Everyone thinks about TAC TAC. Base this rupture or whatever you WANNA call them like McVeigh's innovation and healthcare space but he pushes a lot about like stroke of a pen Innovation so like whereas the regulatory landscape awfully debt change and and create an opportunity like a good example. Nicole states would be a bad idea that we would no longer have to prove. That drugs are efficacious in order the on the market. If you don't have to prove that drug safe it moves the whole balance of the game from sort of this. Regulated clinical trial environmental more quote unregulated host market market The environment we're getting all this people into those clinical trials with sort of matter less or a changed the laws around how by similars sort of come to market it would it. It would dramatically change. The way thinks about their products notes. Ip Things like that. I think we tend to sometimes under thank the amount amount of impact. Simple regulatory changes could make an healthcare. I don't mean simple easy to pass that they would be really stroke of a pen. Could up end entire entire business models overnight. It's always worth on. I think spending spending time on. I'm glad like one of our advisers on it at Whitewater those opportunities that could so you know emerge Or that we should be doing market shaping work around. I would deeply benefit our company and it just to give you come in there if you had a request for a strobe obstruction of any others. That come to mind. That would be game changing for for companies. I think the lowest hanging fruit here is literally just e coupling the employer health insurance in a relationship. Right now it's you know it's crazy that that were one of the few developed countries in the world where your employer chooses your health insurance plans options for you and just totally messes up. The market dynamics Generally I'm excited for next year when more of these. HRA rules kind of kick in to see if maybe some stuff changes but but this is like one of up like should be. Bipartisan support on both sides because it's the worst of a marketplace in the worst of a regulated area right now Where employers employers giving basically giving their employees dollars to go shop around on a marketplace as opposed to incisions for them I think would would would be relatively low hanging fruit and like really change how people think acton purchase healthcare the important humane thing to do is to get everybody covered like we make make sure that everyone could access healthcare but then give them agency put the money in their hands like they've found the accounts the government funded the accounts? Whatever it is but give them agency through Through money spending power and agency through data control and shut up. Thanks related to your own related to unhealth. Is Those feel like the big the big piece to me like that everyone in and and give them give them more agency agreed a lot of. US healthcare issues get blamed on systemic inefficiencies profiteering etcetera are their ideological the differences a country that as a as a country that are healthy. Expensive I don't know I mean I I feel like you know you reinhart's cover this cover carbon this many times minds. It's the prices like that's why our healthcare system costs you know Much like it's it might be true. Dad's there are places to get the world's best healthcare Like in this in this country but it's I think unequivocal Nicole bad is not uniformly distributed. You know like people down. Most people don't have access to you on at type of healthcare like I don't think having the top up and a healthcare here is what drives like the quote like systemic inefficiency in the market. I do think there's some false false choices we make like the idea that we We have so much choice. There's no care rationing and all that it's like I don't know man. I just pick up the newspaper Lebron. Somebody's died from not having access to insulin. Like it's just not. We're not a country where everyone is getting Getting health care Sort of sort of services were clearly rationing or our budget here too. So I don't know I to me it's not it doesn't feel like values or ideological goal question. It feels like we do Systematic inefficiency problems that I said. It's like labor costs which are tied up in hostels. All the doctor said to me. That's the place to start to address address insights and made me last you you you If there was anything you can do to rewrite everything we talk about employer but anything else if you could rewrite the system redesign it any other edits sir. Major changes evening. I I think a big one is like around just data interoperability. Generally I think I think we built basically our health. It infrastructure with Providers in pairs is like the first entry point into how data should be kind of captured and and and disturbed and created I think if we have rebuilt built today with a look way more like a consumer driven health record system So so I think figuring out a way to get from from year there is going to be kind of challenging partner. I think part of it is going to be around giving consumers agency to like make their choices and figure out where they're gonNA pay money because that's how that's like how kind of infrastructure is going to be rebuilt But but I think I think we I think we made a mistake in in howled the Laura Systems were rolled out in the incentives at play. There that did not that that basically prioritized custom building of of of solutions as opposed to creating platform. That was I think they were still feeling the pain of that now. And and hopefully and yet Italy. I would rewrite that Nigerians big gigantic wasted gigantic waste of taxpayer money. A boondoggle and like patient asset-backed tour of their own data's to me like a logical POPs forward I'm the custodian an eye provision Access to information rates might to help other beat me chatting about like the agency of money and agents the data like the last piece I would pesch is really in around around anti-trumps Action like looking at these locals sort of monopolies that we built in the healthcare assisted systematically market by market starting to break the break them apart. is. I I yeah I just think we've Everyone who's within these local communities is sort of trapped by their local local provider. Systems in telemedicine burchell Carol by some some role not think we'd get seven additionally anti-trust activity even though they're quote nonprofits and everything else. I think there's a lot of bag. Assorted Marquette market behaviors and consolidation resulted crown. I'm are pushed towards quote value based care. ACO's is Hudson negative market. Could it back soon. I'm consolidation Look at that. Chart.

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"ghandi" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Yeah you know. We were thinking about on in in terms of Like solve is again. You know like a good a good example company and I can't I can't speak were You know the benchmark mark side of it but I'm having worked with early on Doing the deal at at gray lock shoe. I actually think most of the thesis has been absolutely right which was really about shit convenient care. And where those people where they live. And all of that has been Exactly right shrew like I think the idea of lower barriers On people wanting to access highly can be care Not Adopt date not really having a primary care physician or a major medical home and especially actually use amongst sorta parents like many of those trends of actually played out when he has always really really challenging. Ed in the healthcare space is like what is a was is a well thought through business model that enables you to capture that value. But I think from sort of like where was the market going that pieces played out. You know reasonably well but I think I bet the biggest challenge with many of these companies. It's not I'm not not speaking Saul specifically for just a lot of healthcare businesses once you sort of created an attraction action point work some consumer demand and adoption like what is the software business model. You you build around nine probably like the best possible example of that of somebody somebody hitting a trend squarely on the nose and making a ton of money. Doing good. Our price of drugs begins you. Hi People on cash pay. High deductibles is all list weird pricing arbitrage and the market able to kind of get in with a really simple solution for consumers grow Option Brandon had the business model to back it. I'm not seen anything like that. I think that's like one like was a very unique company. But I'm I'm guessing they'll be more more of those types of were of those types of opportunities teenagers I think hard are defined even when you manage to get distribution and traction which is one of the most challenging things to do in the health space. It's still not easy to have. It's like a business model. I think that's where I would agree with. Nikiel like taking attack business model and just lumping onto the healthcare spaces is challenging like it's not. It's not so easy like there was a like marketplaces are fascinating. SORTA like transactional fees. It was literally just like two weeks ago. The L. A. G. Finally issued an opinion is ach allowing them to charge. You know booking like so. It's you couldn't even have a similar marketplace like an exactly similar marketplace replace business model you couldn't do promoted listing since like our considered against the law took them. I don't know they've been around for over ten years to actually get that. Get an opinion but now now you know a a bigger a bigger more wide open game for things like that. Yeah I was just going to jump in and just say I think one of the big big big points that that Malays bring that was also. I can't stress enough. How important customer segmentation is in healthcare healthcare because people have really really differing health? Needs Right there are people who have a physically just need commodity carer and for like their her ex problem. They don't really care which they see a just need to get it done. And that's like Entirely convenience in price. That's all they care about. Like what are they hitting paying out pocket. How fast can they do it etc.? Then on the other side if you have people who have like a very specific disease or or a recurring chronic and condition that has had a high unmet need excetera. They developed very strong relationships with Their specialist of choice and specialists as a lot of the things that their. PCP does so I think for companies that are tackling. This sometimes what happens. I think they tried to create a horizontal solution. Serve designed to try and treat every -tations needs But really I think it's it's you have to do strong customer segmentation figure out like what what is what are the issues. This group is facing from end to the end and just really target that group and move down move down the like the you know the customer journey of just at one specific person rather than suddenly trying to like expand expand all of healthcare which tends to be. Fatal mistake was with stitch. I think the slack for dockers is that an example posing a I guess that is a provider. Id Company you mentioned your your company's needs to be true for you to the excited about what could be This is exactly the care coordination stuff you're talking about but Yeah I don't know I mean the world would like we would often storrow term providers like I'm not I'm I'm not sure like maybe one that serves you know a provider. It over that is serving us. Modern provider's getting back into kills earlier. Point like are is it possible now that some of these quote like smaller like non healthcare. And it's getting to a point and like a scale where you can actually serve them And solve problems for them so I would. I would be interested in business. That's able to serve serve as company company a minute. No I think one area. That's come up a lot. There is a company last in the last night. See classes billy is a good example that I I won't talk about any specific companies but I I just knew like looking at the Rock Oleo virtually every company built their own billing solutions to able to sort of manage that everybody was working with employers. Goya's and working with payers. They did goal to billing solution. And now are they're not sort of like new style providers you to kind of service that so I I would guess it was something in the provider like invested in stocks provider. It space it would probably be survey like the next generation providers rather than anything within the legacy within a legacy nation. Yeah I think I think it's I think they'd have to be a wedge into some more interesting larger platform on business rather than trying to like slog it out and go provider to provider and sell intrepid I'm curious to watch a lot of these like voice documentation companies as because. I think they sell the really really. You know. Specific Pain points for physicians around documenting their visits. But you know there's an interesting world where that just becomes uh-huh a wedge into building a more interesting data platform for or people to build on top of right like that I think there are a few documentation companies openings. That that I think would be interesting but I haven't I haven't seen one yet. That also is like get a hundred percent great at like replacing the existing documenting process us which then kind of makes it for not if they check over the notes all over again south but but I I think that's I think that's a really interesting space so these It was a moment where people were encouraging sort of this one medical for acts like take a bill or go whole stack solution against a disease and the medical for musculoskeletal medical or for women's or what happened in these companies. What would you think about? I think people misunderstand why one medical is successful. I think the I think the big having with one medical is that they really tapped into the fact that like this great pirker employers to offer their employees because when you go from one one company to another company. It's literally the same exact questions get asked. It's hey what does anyone recommend a primary care physician. That's under our network KC one medical basically makes that super easy in the sense of like. Oh we have one medical. That's just going to be. PCP that US and it's great that like my information in for my last employer. This employer now carries over and I can continue my care. I think what people misunderstand that Sorry sorry sorry I think people misunderstand is that it's You know people are people are not like willing to pay these subscriptions just to like have like a commodity access to some like commodities specialists etc.. CETERA right like I think there are a few areas that might be the case. I think primary care dental arguably and then maybe something like physical therapy or therapy are like the few areas. Sorry my fault Yeah so I think those are like some of the few areas where that happens but you know building a one medical for like gi or something like just doesn't make sense to me. It has has to be something where there's a high variance in the in the quality of rand that Brandon like services that are offered so people are looking for like this like standardized solution is got to be something that I think is like a really nice perk that people would offer a and I think it's I think it's gotta be something where where people like we would theoretically use it enough that it would even be worthwhile for the employer. Offer it as a as a as an offering a space and then you dumb either way. You're you're bullish verizon or a specific hot acre opportunities within so for fertility of blame mentioned. You're excited about the consumer tests. Where are we are excited infertility? I'm excited by what halley staring at Metalitz. I think Komo people like trying to conceive. Should be a natural healthy process. Not for everyone. Obviously I think we should buy bind solutions for that. A good right starting point is one. That's based on science not fear and helping people through that journey some pretty exciting about what what how do enriches basically citing like. We're not trying onto scam. You or scare you or trying to get rippling spot for most people. This is the way that it it should work in a dozen than Matz like starts there revisit. Revisit Babba to me. It's like a little bit of the different Super Tilleke in today. So Something I'm more more bullish on. I feel like it's been a a little bit. Tricky to find good investments in the women's health space in a sense of like feeling like they're very offset Jake Message of Berry scientifically typically dramatic night. Fear fear.

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"ghandi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"And take the risks. Maybe you still stay happy. I always say that if you don't take care of yourself. It's very hard for you to take care of somebody. Yes. So you cannot neglect yourself. Sometimes it's not easy because obviously, what their wellbeing and taking care of them, and take care of your husband or. Your wife or whatever that has to come in. I and you know, when we go on a trip, I make sure they're all taking care of before. I pack myself or before I take care of what I need. I make sure you know, but that's just the way that of think of it this way. Think of it this way you get married. And then those voices in your head like, oh my God. Did I say something that made a mad or God, I better do it this way? Otherwise, I'm gonna get help from them in maybe, I don't want to go do that. Even though I really love to go do that with my friends, because it'll, it'll cause a problem at home when you start getting into those enter conversations, I think that's the slippery slope. Will you stop being yourself? You're with someone who's not allowing you to be yourself. Yes. And maybe partial your fault. You're not communicating to them. Hey, I love you, but you need understand if you don't let me be me and take my chances in take my risks than I'm not going to be good for you. That's so important. And also you fell in love with this me. So why? Change this me too. You know what I mean? It is all about compromise, of course. But, you know, this is the person you wanted to be with. So why would you wanna change that exactly? You got to be used. So what you said Ghandi's to important. You've got to continue to be you. If you want a relationship to work, right? Yeah. Frog would you in Daniel kind of touched on it? You kind of lose the person that you were that this person net that made them want to change their life and be with you and fall in love. And then you don't become that person any longer because you're trying so hard to please them that you've lost. You scary tend to be you addicted true, though. I think if you're looking for a balance for married women that the balances, you need time away with the girls, I need time away with the girl. All.

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India's Prime Minister Modi headed for landslide victory: what it means for India

Here & Now

05:12 min | 1 year ago

India's Prime Minister Modi headed for landslide victory: what it means for India

"You, Robin will- India's prime minister Narendra Modi and his party are celebrating today after winning. Landslide victory. Today's news sent India's stock market soaring. And it follows six weeks of voting in the world's largest democracy. Joining us now is the BBC's REI. She's in Delhi divvy Narendra Modi was not on the ballot. But this election was a referendum on his leadership, so far and it seems like a pretty big vote of confidence in him. Indeed. We haven't seen a body comeback to power in India with this kind of mandate. He has overdone him said from the last time the numbers have gone up is still waiting for the final results. But the tally that's coming up is pretty clear and the whole election was fought in his name. Not even in his body's name every candidate in every constituency spoken in bed rallies, about Mr. moldy? So it was very clear to the water that your vote is not for the member of parliament, representing your constituency, but for Narendra Modi and it is to represent the whole country. So help us understand how voters. Did what they did here. Because since Modi has been prime minister there's been a farm crisis. There's been problems with unemployment, and growing religious divides, when Mr. moody has done an extremely successful communication campaign, and he has explained to the people that he is the kind of leader they need, because he can take decisions when they needed the strikes, that will made into Pakistan, right off to a terror attack onto a security forces forty-one security, forces were killed in the state of Cushman just before the elections was shown, as an example of what how countries should respond, especially to Pakistan with a country with whom we've had changed since for a really really long time. And we fought a couple of wars as well, his whole his party's whole attitude towards the Hindu-majority was another strong signal that went out to the public that the Hindu-majority is better off in the governance of Mr. moody, and his body. Not the secular congress party, which. Ruled the country for many decades. And even today when I went out to speak to people to find out how they were reacting to the government's re election, this is exactly what they were looking forward to this ad now, the Hindus will feel that they're not being discriminated. And what about the Muslim minority? Well, the Muslim minority of has seen a lot of, you know, there's been a lot of fear that the Muslim minority has experienced seen it among spears amongst educated, upper class, beatha Rian tracked with. We've also seen it in areas where mob, lynchings have happened people have been lynched for carrying transporting cows because cows are considered sacred in Hindu religion, and even people who are carrying cows of a slaughter, which is legally permitted were targeted. So the has been a sense of feel and a lot of people on Twitter today, for example have been talking about how going forward, the minorities will have to be subservient in a do the majority to live in harmony. But of course, the BJP potty denies all of that, and they say that, if you look at policies when the implement them we do not discriminate on the basis of religion, and that is what matters at the end of the day, where do these results Lee. Leave. Rahul Ghandi's party, the Indian National Congress. Well, it's a huge defeat for him. He just came in address the press a little while back, and he said he humbly accepts it because that is the people's worked, and he was asked about his leadership, and he said, that's something that the party will decide so lots of questions for mister gone to answer. And also, to reinvent because the congress if this is not a wakeup call for it to sort of strategize its messaging. It's the body workers and what it stands full. We don't know when it will be one more thing. What is the relationship between India and the United States like, and what is it likely to be like, with Narendra Modi staying in power? Well, the relationship has been pretty good. And Mr. moody has been credited with the, you know, refurbishing all his relationships across the world. He's seen to be someone who's been very successful with his foreign policy. He's made visits to the. United states. There's a strong community Indian community that that's supports him. And of course between him. And President Trump, of course, there seems to be more points of agreement than disagreement. Both of them have a very nation. I kind of agenda, not to say that the congress party here did not. But Mr. moody has also spoken about stopping immigration into the country. They're talking about bringing a citizenship Bill, which weeds out people who are not citizens and illegally. They've come into the country. So there, lots of common ground. And of course, the Pakistan being a common enemy China, of course being a common trade challenge to deal with. I think going forward, this is going to be probably good for both leaders, whether it's going to be good for both countries. Of course, is a question that icon onto at the

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"ghandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"ghandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The beef that up. My host rotten Sharda is one of five million are assess volunteers they March. And salute a saffron orange flag. The color of robes born by Hindu monks. But they do more than morning calisthenics. Says also runs summer camps where cadets train with rifles and bamboo batons. It goes back to nineteen twenty five when India was still ruled by the British Mohandas Gandhi was agitating for independence, a doctor named Katia head give our broke with the pacifist Gandhi. And founded the RSS where Gandhi preached nonviolence, the RSS emphasized military discipline and Hindu scripture. This is the house the police where was started seventeen people pleasent. It started with seventeen men in the founders living room says are assess member Samir Goethem gives me a tour the house in the central Indian city of nog poor is now a museum. So this is a visitor's book. People from all over India. Liam leaves out some parts of our history though, like how the group initially opposed the idea of a secular Indian constitution and called Christians and Muslims internal threats to India. One of the most famous ourselves members was not on good say better known as Ghandi's assassin.

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"ghandi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Saying he should have you should stand up for something. Righteous. He's going to deliver something righteous through his. His music that's way, he's making it sound. Like, I hear you don't were the messages coming. It's going to be dramatic shut up. Gotta be kidding me. There's a hip hop artists on them a guy supplant Austin. The name escapes me is he from outcast. I like outcasts alone. No. But it's not like Outkast is Ghandi either. It's all pretty much pop. Gosh, it's for ladies that have time to get higher you. So you could go. You know, often some depressive rant and some Hendrix song. They hired you. So people drink Chardonnay will watch halftime. That's it. What's the propaganda to go off on if he goes off on some college? He won't be one righteous. He can't he's only that thing. Like, Rosa Parks or something. This thing is so choreographed by this. You know? No cut him off to they'll cut him off. Oh, yeah. No, doubt doubt. And they'll just play the music and people won't care because they don't want some righteous speech from this, dude. And you'll see those people jumping around all the fake models. The teen models that they have run down the field. And they kick them back out. The big day of bubblegum pop except the football. Dental even want the horror stories on the football. If they try to air some story on Tommy novas CTE, the NFL would flip out don't do that to our day of pop. Now, they will this is America, pop culture. Soft and stupid all day. Don't get in our way. Don't make it complicated and harsh we want it soft today of soft. Do you want? Tony to go. Day of just make it peppy. Judy you're on KLBJ. That's a good thing. You guys aren't speaking experts and. In. Yes. I'm calling about Jesse by the way, marine five is outstanding. I dig music to Judy you. But I'm calling back. What message has maroon five delivered? That is so powerful. They are great. They're music is great. They're not one of these bands at every single day. Sounds exactly like the other song. Entertainer. He's very.

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"ghandi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Every welcome all new listeners from around the world, including Ghandi's dad, just say the word vagina. Oh, man. Nice compliments. I hope he sticks at that. Listening around the world. Thank you for turning us on so much to get. We'll start with froggies go around the room froggy, as you know, you're moving from south Florida to Jacksonville. What's your temperature in Fort Lauderdale right now right now, it is sixty degrees. It's thirty eight Jacksonville. I'm gonna need a coat now. It's going to be a little different. What's on your mind today? Elvis. I know we talk about we think that our phones are watching us. But yesterday something happened to me that's never happened before. So I was cooking something, and I took a picture of a bag of something. I was cooking. That's all. I did. I took a picture. I didn't go online and search it. I didn't do anything and within three minutes. I had an Email from Amazon asking me if I wanted to buy that item. They're following the pictures that I take your phone will sort your pictures you knew that right into like like questionable. If you take some questionable pictures. It separates those weird. I've never had that happened before. It was like, whoa. Okay. Question. Do we find that invasive or do we find it helpful because it can be argued as both? I was talking about chocolate all of a sudden Amazon told me they chocolate on. Chocolate. I don't know. So there you go so froggy what are you doing for Saint for for Super Bowl for Super Bowl? I am going to a hundred big we're having to be downtown Fort Lauderdale watching the Super Bowl with a bunch of listening. Look, I know that I'm having some friends over and I'm gonna get over to party city 'cause I got a decorated up..

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"ghandi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"What I do. I don't want the kid be join tryst. All right. Good answer. He's learning Johnny with your dentures. How do you eat? This candy. You got to go back home and put more in there. Thank oh. So we've got we've got a spend a moment with our girl. You're it. So. I ready started crying. You know, what I was about to say that we watched her during her time on our show, go from a girl to a woman, and you are a woman in so many ways, but you're always going to be my little girl. You always will be my little girl. You know? That's just the way it is Ghandi stop it. I'm crying. I don't want this video. Okay. Then smile web girl. Kathleen cameras. Cry. Angles. Rich, look, thank you. Thank you. You don't think you seriously each of us have our unique journeys were on. And watching you on your unique journey was definitely definitely worth worth every second. And you know, what not every moment is always like a plus perfect, and whatever, but it's all a part of the journey. Sometimes we have potholes on the road. Sometimes we have detours. But those are the things that make getting back on the road, more worthwhile. And watching you and your growth here has just been tremendous on ever forget a day. It's a very personal moment. We had where we were talking out in the hallway. And I gave you a look at you. And I said may I give you a hug because I didn't know if I was invading your space or whatever because you were in a very very vulnerable moment. And you said absolutely I gave you that hug. I'll never forget that hug that you gave me back this last thanksgiving. Yeah. Well, I love you. We all love you changed my life on April twenty third twenty sixteen news when you fill overdrawn. Yes. Yes. One of many times down on one knee. And I asked you to come work with us. My mom was there. I'm always remembers that she's she's leaving. You know, I know, but it's not leaving into towing meet again. Oh, no. I don't wanna cry. Here's the thing. We it's not that way. Look, I it's like the first time when someone moves away from mom's house, it is a very emotional thing. But it still mom's house bomb is still there at the house. I'm the mom, and this is our house. Thanks. I always have. I have a lot of kids. I've got enough teats forever. Come back for more comeback. Big baddies big got a teat for you. There you go. Exciting for you. And I'm so proud of you. And I try to live by the notion that life starts outside of your comfort zone. And I know you're taking a big step. And I think this is so awesome. So get it. Yes. I'm getting good way to California will tell you. I'm a concerned parent though, Richard walks in and says, I got good news. What's that? I'm moving to California. I'm like, oh my God. You got to know. Don't have a job. She's just moving because you were at that age where you can do it. You don't have kids kids do. You, but you still have a very firm hold onto this place. And these coast is your home for now, always going to be my home. I know follow you dreams because I wish I did years ago. Johnny you move from Boston to New York, and you didn't even know what gay meant back, then you just knew you liked boys. He moved to new okay? Here's how Janis should've known. He was gay back in nineteen eighteen sixty four sixty whatever he moved to New York or the drag Queen named charity, and they moved into an apartment on gay street. Error. Lots of Waverly I want you to do something that when you get off the airplane for the first time, and you're standing there outside the airport, breathe in and go. This is the start of something amazing. That's what it's going to be a major gonna do amazing things. And we've watched grow so much in the last couple of years, and it's it's it's all good. And we love you. We love you bring it on Johnny out to see that. We're leaving. Take care of you get..

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"ghandi" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Z100

"Mirror from England. That story. Failing. Last night. When I walked into my bathroom. I snapped up. Big pile up shaving cream. Claim. Ghandi's never heard. Welcome to the show. Break off with my girlfriend. Doc, we're all admit. Hi, darling. I love you. She tells me that I should. Thinker catching on I get it. What are shows? All baby fell out the window. You think that her head would be? Let. With her. She. Being. A ghandi. Always look keen shaving cream line. One more verse. Okay. It's very important. Bat. She died from a little bit. And was buried in. All. Good vision. You know, a Ghandi's something.

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"ghandi" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Z100

"Knows how to remove bodies. I don't look at you to guilt the bug. It's your fault. Why are we running? This is trying to put a Cup on top of you. Only Ghandi's house would have sent him. He'd be of forty seven. Anyway. I agree with that. Because what if that has a family what if he does the, mommy bug and the other and the baby bugs are looking for nursing reason. Maybe this bug was just out doing its daily job. I happen to be the same way. I cannot kill bugs. I can't answer difficult. I mean, I can't get an outside. Anyway. How do you corral? An aunt get it outside. I live on the eighteenth floor whenever it's like. Okay. Fly little ant on top paper underneath. Hello. Dominic. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning to renew sister Ghandi. Hi, guys. Good morning. Welcome to the show. Thanks dominic. So you have an unhealthy obsession over cue tips as well. I definitely used to all my years. For no reason at all. Besides the fact that it just feels good. Yeah. Scratching itchy or is it you just love that little pad of scratching and every now, and then I'll just getting a feeling in my ear where I'm like. Oh my gosh. I have to go clean my ear right now. Just to get a get that feeling going for a few seconds. Well, you know, what let's hear for people who use Q tips here here. Your ears louder. We sound good for ratings. All right. Thank you. And so far Ghandi so good. Ghandi's awesome. So far. So glad to have a new person on the show me too. I know you're getting tired of us. I was getting tired of us. We have our here. Thank you. Dominic saved drive. There you go. There's fifteen more. I wish I.

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"ghandi" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast

She Didn't Text Back Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on She Didn't Text Back Podcast

"I'll be there. He's like a robot. I'm really like I want to. I mean, you know, every fucking movie, they paint the future to look like some fucking future Rama. I wanna see that. I think it's going to be. I think the future be a lot of my friends are like really sad right now. They're like, oh, shit's going to hell. And it is. It really is going hill, but it has to go to hell before it gets really fucking good. Yeah. And like our generation people use millennial as a bad term, like we're dumb or stupid us, millennials are the most open minded people yet. Yeah, when we're, I mean, you know, as people get older, they do get more cranky painful her much. I think we are the most likely generation yet to if we grew into adulthood, we could be sensitive and we can see what the world really needs. The old people today are like, bring back call jobs. We're like, no, bring back break, create solar panel jobs, like dumb shit. Are we going to be saying he animals? Oh Oh, yeah. yeah. You did say that I was talking to a friend at a birthday party the other day and he and his girlfriend are now. She's been. She's been vegan for a while, but he's vegetarian now ever tried to be, and they're just like telling me about their diet, and it sounds so hard and impossible for me because I like we were saying McDonald's too many times not proud of it, but it's too easy is too easy to have it set up. You can drive right in from in the freeway. I know. And it's right off the bitch. You could see it from the exit. It's. How do you not eat fast food one? It's there. I mean, I guess it's really, really if you cook, you go the grocery store like a normal person. It makes me think, because like I like, you know, I'm a lover of Mahatma Gandhi teachings. I get a love that piece stuff. Every time I ever post about Gandhi on the internet people or commenting Ghandi's. Fucking racist o'really. Yeah, because he, he was gone. He wasn't prison gone. He's been locked up. He was locked up in a South African prison in the nineteen thirties thirties, in his book he row like all the these inmates. They're savages and people like Gandhi, said, black people or fucking savages. So now we ignore the entire us. Yeah, he did use the worst average. Yeah. So that's why people I was telling the story. Oh, yeah, but so now people don't like Gandhi, all of that peace standing against the British government, uniting his country. People are like, well, he said a couple of bad lines and his book. So now we forget his entire lineage and I'm just like, it kills me. And I think that's what I think about myself. I'm like, man, what of eating animals people in the future? Like people back then where are typically good, but they were killing animals. They will then damn idiot, will they will. Yeah, because it's fucking up the you ever been in and out tastes shake shack. Oh, my God. But love animals. They so cute. Yeah, I know they really are got one tattered on me. Mad. We get when Aweil is killed Oculus many chickens and then little. Well, I was talking to a friend kind of on that was talking earlier and us talking about how his business donates to dog shelters and thinking about that. It's very interesting that I'm very happy that people donate to shelters, and that's that's a thing and there's charitable acts for that. There's like so many homeless. We were playing basketball. There's a homeless, not right in front of us, and it's so it's so weird..

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"ghandi" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Is the extent to which has gone on commented upon now in here in london there are ngos specifically address these kinds of medical needs one of them being medical aid for palestinians and they have been for example trying to highlight some of these enormous economic and social costs that come from maimings and injuries of palestinians but we don't hear very much of it and again it is in some ways it's profoundly disappointing that the press is not more interested in this one of the stupid cliches they often we often here's is whereas the palestinian gandhi now we've got all these palestinian ghandi's they don't have to be a single leadership marching every day they are rejecting their own leadership who are profoundly problematic the leadership and yet nobody's taking notice of this it is very disconcerting it's very this in some ways it's also quite important because palestinians are ultimately going to be the ones who are going to be able to remove the system of apartheid very quickly as you talk about the palestinian youths and the people who are leading this talk about the convince the conventional traditional leadership of pasta and and as well just overall of the plo yeah the plo is a much more complex body and it is supposed to include exile leadership who tend to be far more radical and far less compromise than those people who are sitting in in the west bank in ramallah now has lost an enormous amount of credibility among the people and in fact it has had very little credibility abbas and the leadership of a fighter has been kept in place not because he's popular not because he supported by palestinians but precisely because he makes the perfect kind of foil for israelis he has acted as.

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"ghandi" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"House with him that was with them even in the india days and so they were together for a couple of decades it was told to us that was like his longtime she said it then i have to right exactly i never i really never heard any differently from anyone which was like oh no they both are kind of in on this little intense think it had to be some sort of intense gurus in india have kind of personal secretaries that are like these fall on the sword type of commitment devotion i mean it's a little bit of a tradition of this in india and we weren't quite able to get into the documentary but sheila's father who was a part of like this kind of independence move and he was part of ghandi's independence movement was i think a little bit older than guan but really respected guan kind of as this up and coming philosopher guru whose provocative and pissing a lot of people off i mean she lives father was really prominent member of ghandi's inner circle and also spent time in prison his involved okay we weren't able to include but sheila grew up seeing her father is a freedom fighter who fought alongside gandhi for his for the independence movement served time in prison pivotal moment in her life and i think she felt that she was doing the same thing with the guan and i hate to make the to pock comparison again but fox mother spent time in prison you know after doing stuff with the black panther so i think that you know there's no other rapper that's to pock but sheila is like the to park.

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"ghandi" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"All right so in early influence from grandfather yet parents were successful and ambitious and working hard the irri kids were taught stories about one of the most um worldchanging people in the world and in very personal intimate ways like when the movie came out i took a great deal pride in the fact that my family had a relationship with ghandi's family uh in a way that up until that point i didn't know what to make a my ethnic identity because i was the only indian and most of my classes i was only hindu at my catholic school i was always the other and my parents wanted to raise us american let why don't you folks and he took affleck school because in india the best schools were catholic schools or jesuit schools at my mother went to one so they didn't send us for the mass they sent us for the education okay so you got early on you got the fish shadow water it's a little bit different experience very early and i was right law newport beach which is in the most diverse place and you know my grandmother would pick me up and her stari from work or from school and other kids were being picked up by you know their parents of their brothers and sisters in our family really stood up we we didn't we stood out in school we didn't take communion we stood out in the classroom because we are often only brown kids so i had an experience of the other where i didn't feel american in the us and then when i went to india to visit family i didn't feel indian indian india yeah a u s u s r one samis indian and in india everyone's armies the american yet i didn't really feel like i belonged in either place.

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"ghandi" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ghandi" Discussed on WGTK

"You don't have to agree with the guy i never problem with that i i i just i just think that there's some sort of a lack of stability that did that come first in the politics of jumped into that ordered the politics great this lack of civility where we can't get along with each other in and i don't know if that's me maybe a macro statement or whether you really do find people that you know neighbors friends family coworkers that you used to get along with that you can't anymore because of the political strife in our country it i think it goes an an and the the the emotional feeling in the politics they breed each other in the you only agree and the only associate with people that politically associate with you and it'll show media you get in the news feed that and it you snowballed and i don't think it gonna stop in i think he'll only get worse in um there are no ghandi's anymore in in or martin luther king if if trump doesn't fight it and he doesn't go on off and then he's gonna be a lameduck president on oregon impeached my opinion the while they would like to see that i just don't see it i don't see it happening i do not i think that is a fanta is he the people on the left ab i don't think he'll be upbeat spanich he's gonna be a lame duck well see i blamed the republicans for that i don't blame the democrats i understand the democrats are going to oppose him on on policy that's okay but you've got a majority of republicans so why aren't you getting things done european these yes so these leave these are the and by the way i've by talk about them how i hi look down on the on members of congress he minded students not the brightest bulbs in town so they get shot at this morning everybody all of a sudden says well you can't talk that way you might make people mad at him you might make people go do violent things seattle connect the the media with somebody's personal behaviour i think for you to pick up a gun and and plan on killing people.

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