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"j j advani" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

02:49 min | 11 months ago

"j j advani" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

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"j j advani" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

08:08 min | 11 months ago

"j j advani" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Quite a while but i'm gonna brag on wall sites a little bit because big congrats to the team for making it on the inc. Five thousand list. I'm serious i'm you dislike. Thank the just the dream of that but you guys came in at number two eighty two and you were also ranked as the number one fastest growing mr. listen. I did my research. So what do you think what what is that about. Do you think that has something to do with what we talked about. Like coming from outside the industry. In rethinking. In or what i mean. What do you think was that big part of successive making such a big move. So fast up. Say no no thank you. First of all. We're super excited holdings really energized by that. We all knew how fast we're going. And how great this is going to get that external validation and be ranked that highly was just a real great up pleasant surprise and excitement for us because they we obviously working so hard to get here. I think yeah it is. It is again. It's the desmond to our teams in a relentless focus on a product. First of all right. That's what he asked me like. You know we we have the squid always great tech right. We've been around several years including another industrial before this and we always had great tech but we were planning struggling finding that right and that's where we were going to try and industrial isn't doing all of that and then really the persistence and the basham that the team has had to stay on point and not give up and keep going at it in trying different things in having that flexibility and ability to give it in a when we knew that okay. This is not working. Let's try that. I think that is fundamentally the reason. We're here today. First and foremost and then of course. It's the believed to into the team that we've put together not just the perseverance and passion and hardworking dedication of the team. But also the people that we've been fortunate to kind of bring on board of both our tech team that has been around with us for a while pretty much on the start. We've got a lot of people have been been with us pretty much the whole time and then of course on your team on the business side which is where we scale the last couple of years where we've in fact you may have heard recently promoted. According williams and jared card ceelo positions of gordon's on new. She was the head of operations of foreign jarreds archie plus more of certain so them and their teams and other players with nari but a new marketing heads comment. And so we've really put together very very strong. team And that i think is another big part of our success here in the people. You're with and the debate. It's issue where you are. Yeah well you've attracted a lot of besting bright talent in the industry. They've all seen taking the magnet over to last year. I gotta talk about susan susan. Yes the g. came. Oh erc to qualify. That was really excited to. So you've got a lot of A lot of moving around and obviously something amazing is going there at the white people who are just really considered pillars in. This industry would not be interesting or looking at it so kudos to you on some great new team members. I love that you mentioned a couple of words that are my favorite collaboration cross pollination embracing complexities are a lot of things but the collaboration is like one of those things. I love so much and just as a thank you for you know four coming and taking your time on show. I wanted to just tell people if you didn't know newhall hall and their team at falsified state ponied up and they decided to help us put on insights marketing day. And that is a gift really. We give back to the insights community. So think about this guy's yes you know. He wants to actually partner in connect with other people in the insight community. But it's also a gift back because this is a day where in the insights community we're bringing seekers together so that we stop and quit working in our businesses and work on it so this is also this is where i see like just great minds is that you're also helping contribute to the industry itself growth and people who can contribute even though that might be contributing to what people might consider to be your competitors. That's big mind to me. That's like abundance theory. And that's like where we can get these really great hoste cross pollination with ideas so thank you to call sites for deciding to help us. Put this kind of thing on. But i'm kind of curious. We're in this weird transition with conferences. So you will be at insights marketing day of so where else will qualify three next. How could we connect with you know. And actually one thing. Thank you for forgiveness. Opportunity in one of the reasons Day for me was actually. That was my one of my first conferences where menu as well and so you know when i was a early entrepreneur in the inside space. It was my first conferences. And i got a whole bunch of value off. Its meeting people like you. And you're in for people like you and others. That would talking about their stories and their challenges and things like that and so you know when we got that email was literally a thirty second decision. Right because there's like. Hey this is so valuable to us and even though you know this is not. This is something for us that we wanted. This totally a give backed up somewhere in a. Hey we want to be able to cultivate that kind of knowledge in the necessary. It's good for all of us you know for for having You know summits like that and so thanks for us. Thanks for having us as for conferences. Yeah it's kind of coming back. You know so i am in At grocery shop in vegas Next weekend And so that's happening. Soon out in vegas and then i am right after that point we of course in chicago. That's a home base. That's easy and then we doing actually go berlin double colleagues for m. r. m. w. and quality sixty europe admitted tober and then finally we also have corks in the member so at least the next year four. That's going up. So basically what you're saying is i'll see you ally okay. Look i know at this point. I mean i'm sorry. But if i like huggy really hard. It's just people. I some of the introverts probably like an all the experts. What is i love it. i love it. Well we are going. See you it insights marketing day. But i just have to again as thank you for coming on. Give us the who is the perfect client for while science. Because i know you enough to know if you're not perfect for someone you will be very quick to say. Yeah that doesn't sound like something we could do for you because you are so focused on that product and really what the application is but who is perfect for you all to even contemplate looking at that flexible insight platform that is qualifies. Yes so the perfect clients for us really. Are you know anyone who is looking to kind of start to do deeper But dude fassino people who have been traditionally doing those focus groups and interviews and rico based methods but are realizing that there's so much more to be had with contextual methods of behavioral methods. And the billy to do those things but do them remotely do them efficiently and whether that's them doing themselves right because they can start being more self sufficient with that from indexed act like us all using the agency partners to add the agency plus architects tactic and help them with their upcoming projects. Those plans across industries we work. Cg retail tech and former awesome. Well i have to stay home so glad that you're joining us for insights marketing day. But i gotta tell you you're joining My other favorite sponsor which is field work because they are as collaborative as kind an as forward thinking as open as giving you know as your teen is. And i just had this. The connection between those two is just really amazing. I feel really Sometimes overwhelmed at some of our colleagues and just how good we have it the way we talk and way we try and help each other out so i at that place in my career where i only have to deal with people that are like so. This is great. When i when i look at this event and ceo brought to you by field work and qualify take. What three super glad rebutted. Thank you for sure. Well you need to check out the product at all sites dot com and that's.

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"j j advani" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

07:59 min | 11 months ago

"j j advani" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"Product. You know very shortly here. That's all around embracing that blend of blurring in between the quantum quarters. You ought to as you said be doing. Both you know traditionally you have. Those in quanta is fast. It's easier it's more scalable and than clawless by last quant lacks depth and context versus call. You get the depth and context but the new high speed in jewelry and scalable. And so what we're doing is truly brewing. Those lines because they no longer do we ought to have a or am. I doing quant or call project. Agree needs to be both blending. Those two in forever project is where we see. The future is going to be and what we're doing is we've both essentially scalable project templates around us because we do this from project to project anyway we you know encouraging clients to even quant question call or vice versa. Now because we've become experts at this we've actually built scalable templates around different kinds of themes whether that be shopping or usage or other types of areas where we've built these templates that people can kind of just us go they can either use our existing templates and can go all they can actually build their own because they may have methodologies that they'd like to kind of stick within their organization and then build normative data and things around and so I think it's a really exciting future because know we ought to kind of blend those much better than the launching a new product a line extension and maybe just always wondered exactly what your target consumer thinks. They shop your website through their cutting edge and patented technology. Kuala sites gives you unparalleled access to your consumers lives and thought processes as you experience. The world from their perspective quote sites is an immersive insights platform that empowers brands consulting firms and agencies to reveal life's meaningful moments and generate authentic insights from consumers on their terms anywhere in the world. Quote sites is the first and only truly integrated solution that seamlessly supports multiple research methodologies blending the death and authenticity of qualitative research with the speed and agility of quantitative research in addition to offering a variety of options to capture data quote sites expedites analysis by providing powerful suite of ai. Tools that make it easy to find and present the insights matter if you're looking for a way to capture deep authentic consumer insights with sites the company that inc magazine just named number one fastest growing market research company in the us so with this new product. That will really lur these lines. I think what's interesting about. It is that you came from outside of the insights industry. You started by saying that. And i do think that kind of cross pollination of ideas relate this openness to could it be different has probably been the seed to you being able to imagine things differently within the insects community right one hundred percent. One hundred percents You know. I i consider that advantage sometimes because i know i don't think the traditional way a researcher would that has kind of been brought up in this industry and that import a guy by nature you know and so that allows me to come in and kind of look at this completely fresh without any bias without knowing what's not possible and then sometimes being able to kind of make things possible that otherwise we're seem- seemingly not possible and so of course technology you know where i'm always giving up. The team is keeping up to date with all the latest greatest technologies. And you know ten years ago Without a all you couldn't have the other half of the equation and you couldn't make announce as much faster but now with the identity are with the bullied you all these new methodologies and new capabilities with smartphones and things like that it's kind of really a combination of the ability ability to think outside the box as well as the way technologies the evolution of technology over the last several years. Both coming together has been What's kind of been story and you know it's interesting. You say that reno your heart. Your product guy and i find that product guys product gals are very focused on the use case. How is this way to practically be used. Who's gonna use it and what. What practical problem is really solving. I think that's really interesting in light of a bigger thing. We're seeing happening in insights community in. I'd love your take on it. But what i've seen from the outside. Is that the skills that are needed on. Certain research teams is changing right and yes you know in clients have their way. So it's nice that you can say. Hey if you want to set your own templates income at your at your different projects that come at it with the same way. You don't have to recreate the wheel over and over again. That's great on the other hand. You talked about a pretty deep tech stack. So you've got a i you're using asynchronous focus groups you're doing combining different methodologies. So what is your perspective about the changing a mix of skills the skill sets that are on in. it's like on client. Research teams absolutely. I mean this is. This is something we deal with on a daily basis in fact is the reason that we've let me think about offering a standard offering. Is this flexible. Insects platform that somebody can use build their own kind of essentially methodology for that project or combination around the methodologies for that project right and that's when they want to go deeply fully customizable really again. It's still very easy. But it has that ability to really customize it the way they want on the flip side that's useful for companies as mention that are ahead of the game when it comes to their skills at inclines that actually have people that are hands on that are used to doing things themselves or at least a building that capability more and more so they are the ones who love that sort of capability. Then you've got him. The other end of the spectrum clients who've been veve ended bennett right on a variety of kinds of vendors. Those are the ones that find it harder. They want to. Everyone wants to kind of make that jump to at least for certain but it may not be every project right but for certain projects being. You're looking to be more self sufficient and when making the jump. That is way they find it hard. Sometimes if you just say okay. Here's a toolbox and you can do what you want with it. And it's for those clients. These templates give them easy and fast starting point so it's catering now it doesn't mean that you know someone who's sophisticated stemp either. They can use them they can tweak them and they can standardize them for their company but it does offer a easier starting point to those clients and clients that are starting to build. That's can associate of taking things. At least partially in house and being more self sufficient in that they can have a much easier a platform he start and then tweak and then go from there and so the skill sets in general like across the board in a way saying again no longer is the need for even as their training the employees. They don't need to worry about all the things that they know. Now i can handle. They can focus on the most digit things but start to kind of build muscle around being able to at least for certain projects where they have the ghibli your bandwith because they are the experts at the end of the day no matter what external partner is out there. They know their products best. And so wouldn't it be nice if they could then do take some of that knowledge that they have more than anybody else in the outside and put that work with the help of some technology to help them get at least for certain projects the insights that they will nowadays a super complex crazy detail project that they need external help for absolutely but i see that shift in happening in happening rapidly. Wow i love that. One of the things that you and i have in common is that we're both ceo in founders. And so. i believe that we are very in tune with what i refer to as the stunning discomfort of entrepreneurship. It can be. I'm just going to say. I'm gonna you know we've known each other for.

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"j j advani" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

Ponderings from the Perch

07:58 min | 11 months ago

"j j advani" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch

"With me today is nicole and fani now are going to give a full disclosure or any hall and i have been longtime online friends in conference studies. We're going to have a good time. And i think that really what the big takeaway from andrea the purchase. That you really need to hang out with me at conferences because i know cool people knee hall welcomes the show. It's taken a little while to get you on my show. But i have finally done it thanks. Priscilla leadbeater yeah I hope you don't mind me super annoying because every time you do a like a demo or any kind of keynote at the conferences there. I am in the chat. Say this and that asking questions online. I asked him three more questions we love. Thank you always like how great. Yeah well there's one thing about paul sites. I think that i love the most as you're the ceo and founder. I'd like to hear kind of the inception story of of qualified. Because what makes it so interesting that really you know. Deep deep kwol but at Speed so i guess. That's the really the sum up about paul site. So tell me about how you dreamt that up and and how did they get started as the exemptions gone crazy. It's a funny story. We started several years ago. Nothing to do with inside who travel company called jarama actually doing something completely different. We're doing basically virtual travel helping people visit places. Virtually the big couldn't go to physically doing that. Through live robust live video technology before this even thing be one of the early start as of this and we we used in education in tourism invite variety of industries and We once Started do a couple of things and insights and we were trying to be. The jack rotates initially oxley And we realized that we needed to focus on one thing and that's why we can win through a whole process that we check you know five to seven different industries as to where technology would be most viable married really see You know the most value And solve the biggest pain point. And that's how it kind of turned. It turned into insights insights to find that we would be insights company. Ironically actually makes needs so happy because as you know. I cried marketing to the insights community. And every time i say oh well where's your sick survey are where your focus groups whereas your waller quiet and they're like we don't do those things i love. I love i love to hear. The qualifies actually has insights about their own company. Thank you that made us going to pivot and go all into insights into thousand eighteen and when we came in we will actually this live tech company. That allowed you to basically do remote ethnography. That was the first thing we didn't have been bought. The technology from the foreign kind of repurpose set in in this area but what we realized soon enough was inquisitive in generally hit to these big players in quantum some great stuff going on there with quality is kind of an open field where there was no clear leader where there was a lot of companies doing one little thing and that's what we realized there was much more even what we were doing initially was that one little thing of live dogfight realized have so much more opportunity out there. Because going back to your question on deep quo deep call is meant to be something where you can really truly mix and match bears methodologies to get those nuance insights and nobody was kind of offering a broad platform yet. Deep that from to do that. And that's why we expanded offering kind of horizontally and vertically to offer this full stack offer qualitative Technology tool that rent beyond if you think of agile quality world throws that solon all the time last couple years right but with agile quo. Most times onto tend to you. Tend to see is a one or two minute video right. And therefore you don't get the depth of course on the flipside he'd put your focus groups and interviews that give you the depth of the not the speed and so what we've done is combined the best of both by giving the body to do ason squall so with the mobile former mobile. I is about from consumers can download our app and bar space and projects that have a variety of different toxin questions involved in various activities those could be ranging from you no longer long form videos in ten twenty minute videos of entire processes for example shopping in a store using productive home any kind of behavioral stuff to mixing and matching those with in a diary study. So it doesn't have to be just a mission type project could be entire dairy studied could be study. That combines mental algae's like a diary study with an interview l. for example thirty consumers on a diary and then taking ten of those and doing an interview all within the same platform because he built a really flexible tech stack that allows our clients to mix and match those technologies seamlessly whether they live like interviews focus groups or eysenck mess and all being done virtual on this is of course precourt and you're in covert of course can even more important and then that's just one side of the equation right if you think of capturing that helps you capture all of this data in vibrator grazyna flexible in deep way but then to analyze data. Especially it's call. It's unstructured data. That's where suite of tools. Come in we really have a very strong tech stack around to truly make it faster for somebody to get to get to those final insights and now we're not saying. Does the work wet. It's a does the grunt work and behaves like an assistant. so you still need the human. You need human nuance to understand nuance like other day. You can tell us that high level human for high level worse. That's the whole point. You'll get to use the human. For the strategic woken up the grunt works the takes away all of the grunt work and gives the human the villages to the work that they love and not the word that they don't enjoy the work that is cumbersome and time consuming process is all about recruiting consumers capturing data analyzing data and presenting the all. Right right. now you you said a couple of things. I want unpack a little bit. I all you talked about you through that word out there full stack and i've got to say i wouldn't use that whiteley because you and i both know that out there in the market. What you alluded to is there are a lot of players tweets little visas as everything but bringing together really becomes the end clients problem so then they have to be like well. Great this person this. This companies created this. This company's created this. The i need all of these mixed methodologies. I need a little bit of everything as dossier so within a project where they've got a project within each mix match couple things within that broader definitely of course across projects as well. That's where then they tend to have to work with multiple vendors and do all the stuff data is not nestle transferable. And you start to get to this. Really hodgepodge of tools put together nance where we realized a big gap. And that's why we built this from the ground up to build mix and match these various methodologies. Yeah i i could ask this. Is it in those gaps when people are going between vendors where some of that nuance some of that juicy. -ness of the insights that they thought are lost or just not. You know they're they're. They're captured in one place but maybe not brought over to the next methodology is. That's what happening for people that happens. That definitely happens at times within. Also things happen so for example. Everybody realizes that they and wants desires to do kwan. Clo- faster and cheaper and better bread and so then. They hear about agile quality doing traditional type wall. Whether it's in person stuff which of course right now in the last couple of years. That's not happening much but In general you know the focus group type of recall based methodologies but then they've heard of agile call and they wanna do that and then they go and they start to do these quick videos they see somebody from that but then they miss the depths and then that is where we fill that gap. Where of course we can do the quick video of too but really when you want to get in deeper quoted project being able to do that still fast using those various smart behavioral capture methods paired with that. Ai stack allows them to really get the.

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"j j advani" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"j j advani" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"j j advani" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"j j advani" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"That's kind of been my like my whole approach to mine entire career in medicine in life in general i just throw a bunch of things at the wall and see what sticks and like you never know what what ends up being like that. A ha moment or the person interviewing like want this person like in my in my in the program and vice versa. Like you're euro-zone interviewing these program. That i ed visits a piece of advice. I always give to like people who are applying to any residency or even medical school. Like you have to really see like the places they're applying to. If you're there could you see yourself. Happy there Like be satisfied with the resources that you have available because there are some places that are great for whatever. Like if you're interested in like i dunno know cell biology. I don't think something totally left field that you're if you're interested in something like that then you choose an institution that has got a cell biolab. I don't know but like something where you're just like. Okay what do you have to offer me. In order for me to grow in a way that i want to grow. I wanna see my career going because like we already know like your smart way. You you take any Crushed like your exams or like you and you have a drive but like really what what sets up all of these things it's really Personal and locations really important being close family friends loved ones. I think that plays into all of these decisions there again. Like i know. I i want to sit there and be like the formula in order to get here and there is no formula like it's just everyone's experiences different if you wanna just keep going for it and don't let people tell you otherwise like i've had moments in my very young career where people were just like its competitive. Do not apply. Oh like you know what if you wanna have a family. And like what is i mean like what. What do you even trying to say here like. I can't apply to something or can do something because saturday Like it and i think people have this notion. Where like specialties. Like gee i where people you know. It's hard to have a family like lifestyle. Actually one of the great things about john. Also one of the major reasons why it's it's so competitive in the way it is is because it offers that versatility in your schedule it offers at lifestyle. It offers like that Ability to just family plan or like you could really make whatever you want with the specialty..

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"j j advani" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"j j advani" Discussed on Chai With The Pre-Med Guys

"As consistent manager slash hostess in the city so something totally completely unrelated to medicine in something. I do encourage people who are pursuing medicine that it's not all about like you having like a clinical exposure medical Though like having those experiences help you with your cv getting into medical school in etc but you need experiences that are going to build you as a person and give you those life experiences. That are not teachable. Those are things are not. They're not something that you can like. Sit there on a chalkboard data could these are the things that you need to do to be compassionate kind human being Which is a I think is a requirement to being a good physician anyway So as being not being in that role in that restaurant had me exposed to a wide array of people from all around the world It was a it was a pretty well known restaurant and it attracted people from all walks of life. And i felt like part of my job was actually to have conversations with these people because i was the hostess so i had these like very intriguing eye opening conversations that i felt. I feel like otherwise in my little bubble in new york city. I wouldn't have had So i think having that understanding of like what you know what types of backgrounds can come from what types of modes of thinking you know. You have to kind of understand that process in order to be as open and as accommodating as a physician definitely completely agree with You're very different outlook into medicine. We're working as a hostess gave you a different perspective to medicine and honestly personally to me. Medicine can be a very scientific field and it is a very scientific feel by the route and at the center of medicine or patients and patients are people so it is very important for us to know out of work with people how to extract information from people in a way that makes them feel like comfortable and makes them..

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Apocalypse Prescribing

Crackdown

09:49 min | 2 years ago

Apocalypse Prescribing

"This is Sam Fan. Crackdown senior producer and We're we'RE GONNA be talking about the new clinical guidelines the new policy here in BC. Basically all show but first of all garth. I think we should start out by just giving people an impression of how fucking grim things are here right now. So what is what? What have the past couple of weeks look like from your point of view? Yes it's bad Overdoses our backup. They were declining bit. But they're back into as bad as they've been really for the last couple of years a harm reduction services and overdose. Prevention sites are closing in the neighborhood or they're operating at a diminished capacity. People can't social distance you know. There's there's a lot of Crowded living conditions and a lot of people. Just don't have housing so people can't put that distance between themselves. I was through the neighborhood yesterday. People were still crowded on the sidewalks and everything and last week we were able to confirm the first person who tested positive for Cova nineteen in the neighborhood so one can only assume that combination of things is is pretty bad and the other. Obviously the really really big part of this is that we keep hearing press conferences from the city that there's going to be some kind of housing option for people who are homeless or who live in a shelter. Sro and aren't able to physically distance right but we haven't. We're not seeing like any any sort of like bold action. Take place there right We we haven't heard anything like that like Vancouver. Coastal health is told people to keep their physical distance. But we're still waiting on some kind of housing option and then finally Everyone's worried about the drug supply running out so there's already been kind of reports of shortages We've heard about prices going up but you know with all the borders and everything closed It's gotta be disrupting illegal. Drugs supply the first person I thought to call was Simona Marsh on crackdowns editorial board. She's also on the board of the Vancouver Area Network of drug users but she understands a lot about sort of the supply and distribution side of the illegal market so I called her up while she was actually working at the front desk. Advan do and good. How's it going? I'm good. How are you good So you can talk to me for a few minutes. So you're talking to us through a mask right anyway little bit but you sound good to me and so you're you're behind the desk there. Advani when people are just in the room there. What's it like there is it? Is it very crowded? Is it normal? What's going on? Yeah more than usual. Yeah because it's really up to you and other places that are opening night so our people keeping you know six feet apart from each other as vca has has told us all to do. I'm not sure how Iraq here we're GONNA have a meeting about it. Yeah and part of Your Job. Sitting at that desk is now to give out harm. Reduction supplies like people can't help themselves anymore right correct. Are you worried about running out of anything? I yeah and if you run out of pipes that means people share pipes and pipes are you can transmit cove in one thousand nine on pipes. That's right I mean not only that like down here. We're dealing with both an could still having this right and you and me were texting a couple days ago and you were saying you were worried about the illicit drug supply. What's going on with that? I'm powder devils like crazy so wait explained that you mean like to get coke is now twice as expensive. Yeah the prices went. I guess not twice as expensive. They run up. So what was it before? Like four hundred three a quarter now by fifty. Three quarters ZIP right. I've never bought in quantity before. What does that? I'm I'm small time? Simona Ground Look. I've never been to really. I don't go shopping at whole foods either or like Costco like I. Don't get a jar of mayonnaise that six feet tall and I'm just like a simple one time guy so because I know you kind of have special knowledge and all this because you have as delicately put it on this show you have helped alligator. Could you say that again agricole subsidies navigator right so? But you've been in this game for a long time. What do you think's going to happen in the next couple of weeks to the supply route borders to being shut? And it's well I can see a lot of people they don't want to sell it because they don't know next one night closed so I don't think it's GonNa be did well. Let's keep in touch about how things are going with the with the drug supply. I'm just I'm interested to see what goes on and I'm kind of worried for everybody. Who relies on it so much? You know I'm worried about them like making shit going down right right. Hopefully not okay. We'll can stay safe if you can do. Ok Tedi by so Simona tells us that coke prices are up and I talked to crackdown DETTORI board. Member Jeff Loudon yesterday. And what he's seeing is a fifty percent increase in the price of down. So you know from forty dollars a quarter now. Seems like it's going for sixty quarter at least where he is. And then you know we've heard from Laura that her connections are telling her Get Ready Droughts are coming better stockpile and there's also some reports of stimulants being harder to come by right now right. So it's it's patchy and it's it's hard to get an overall picture. It always is. But you can really see the jitters now. I guess all of this begs the question of what what it is. We should be doing right now. What would help Keep people safe. I mean it's safe supply. You know I know I know we say that a lot but it's true in in nineteen but it's also been true for the whole overdose crisis and in fact I I heard about it in the last over those crisis so in Vancouver there was overdose crisis and HIV crisis in the nineties. So you actually. You sent me a poster and this is from. Is this from the event that you would have? Is this a rally or something The posters from a meeting that we put together in the summer of Nineteen Ninety Eight. You know there was a like a lot of overdoses. A lot of overdose deaths being projected For the next year and so we were having a meeting about what we can do about this. What we were saying is let's legalize and decriminalize heroin And so the poster is of a fist holding a needle with a circle of chain going around you. You drew this and then stuck in your head right so when you wanted to make the crackdown through it. Again to be the logo the show. That's right yeah and I know you know. At that time I was really new to all this is just trying to stay ahead of my dope cygnus from the day to day so yeah. I was at the meeting. I made the poster but Dean Wilson was really involved in this stuff back then and it was just around that time. He started advocating for the same thing. So I called up Dean Wilson. He's on our editorial board and he's been an activist in this town for a couple of decades everybody. Yep Yep all right. Cool he Thanks thanks for making a little time. How you doing man? Oh I'm all right I'm just I'm kind of tired today just It was good. I saw my son. And Um it's good to see people you love and that you know what I mean. 'cause we're all kind of estranged even though we all live in the same city you know what? I mean right so and so did you guys stay like six feet apart or did you manage that. I gave a big hug and that was close. Then that it was all there was it. Was you know both kept their heads? You know what I mean. It's just you know it was whether it was and if I get the shit because I gave my son a hug well too bad I guess you gotTa do you gotTa do. Yeah Yeah we both needed it so that was all there was to. Do you remember the first time you raise the idea of safe? Supply with somebody Other than another drug user. Actually it was all part of the original insights stuff in our version before it opened up Professionally and like legitimately. We wanted to give drugs out at the place. So what did you call it before before the term safe supply? How did you refer to it like just like we should give out heroin for prescription heroin or well? We always viewed it as a a medical supply of drugs for Addiction. Not for pain not for nothing else. But for addiction we could go to doctors. They would give us a a prescription and you know we always thought it'd be a lot like mastodon well. We went and picked up every day or at salons every day and went home

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"j j advani" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:59 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on KCRW

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"j j advani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And all of. Sponsors natural. And it is not a statement. In response. Some women are like we'll see when they removed their bangles. And just keep it a defeat of Advani seeing that use this Rangel and for raising resources for building ram temple in. Did you see the popularity of the truck becoming bigger DC the crowds getting bigger? Yes. And that showed that the growing popularity of the BJP Ghani was able to galvanize support for his party from men and women all over better will even and we use surprise that. When you saw the amount of people that live that will coming along. And it it was an expected. The response was really on this those moldable. Lose sort of crowd in the news today. And then because I do Gandhi the convoy was on the road for twelve hours a day travelling across central and northern India, the Hindu heartland, also known as the cow belt, thousands of people follow the wrath Yatra across towns and villages to hit Advani tool along with the crowns Yatra also seemed to be stoking into religious tension as it made its way towards its final destination of oil and the hugely controversial lane of the stone. The communal violence was spreading in various parts of central. India basically in Kobe and gone is the least some support because of the growing influence of Adani and also because of the tension communal violence in various parts of central India and Kobe Japan heard at that time. A new government officials say there was little choice but to arrest Mr. Advani..

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"j j advani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:56 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The entire system has system that does not give service equally to the people assist them that live people under poverty a system that does not allow Sudan as a rich country with human natural resources to act as any other country in the world. They have given us a glimpse of hope, but we don't need to it actions. We have many lands. We have many more. We want them to come through Finnan social democratic. Party has won a narrow victory in Sunday's general election. It's leader until said his center-left party has become the largest in parliament for the first time in twenty years, but it was disappointed hadn't done as well. As he expected getting just one more than the far, right? Anti immigration Finns party, which recovered remarkably from a recent split its leader UC hollow hailed its revival as a cause for celebration. We all comes pretty much. What we expected, and we are very happy. It has to be taken into consideration. That just a listener six months ago we were at eight percent. We are no at more than fifteen percent. The party broke up in twenty seventeen and everybody expected the party to go down permanently. And now we are almost where where after the previous elections negotiations to form a coalition. Government are expected to be particularly difficult before the election. Most part is ruled out any coalition with the Finns party. The man of a town in the US midwest Pete booster has become the latest democrat to formally launch bid for the twenty twenty presidential elections. The thirty seven is the youngest candidate in a crowded field of Democrats, Pete Butch is an Afghanistan war veteran a liberal and openly gay announcing his bid he told supporters at valley that the country needed a new generation of leadership changes coming ready or not. The question of our time is whether families and workers will be defeated by the changes beneath us, or whether we will master them and make them work toward a better everyday life for us all the operator of Japan's Fukushima nuclear plunked has become removing nuclear fuel from one of the reactors that melted down often earthquake consume in twenty eleven TEPCO engineers using remotely controlled equipment to whole fuel from a storage pool inside the contaminated building the operation is expected to take two years. Well, news from the BBC the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has said Washington will continue to use every possible political and economic means including sanctions to hold the Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro accountable. His country's crisis, Mr. Pompeo, urged Mr. Madera to allow humanitarian aid into his country. The former Malaysian Prime Minister Gebro SaK has returned to court in Kuala Lumpur. For the second day of his trial for corruption his accused of plundering the investment fund one MD which was set up to boost Malaysia's economy, instead billions of dollars diverted from the fund. He denies all the charges. The international committee of the red cost has said it's still hopes for the release of three staff. Members of doctored in Syria in two thousand thirteen a nurse from New Zealand Louisa Akavi and to Syrian drivers allow Rajab Nobile dunes taken probably by slamming estate militants as they tried to deliver medical supplies to live. The CRC says it believes Lewis Akavi will still alive at the end of last year. Dominic still heart is from the ICRC. I want to tell you Louisa Allah a novel. The have continued searching for you throughout all these years. And we won't give up hope to see you once again among us what we actually know is. That we has been working as a nurse during her up action, which shows how dedication and commitment to the mission and mandate of the Red Cross carrying for people affected by conflict and the Gulf Tiger Woods says returned to the victory podium after an eleven year absence by winning the masters title Gusta. It's the Americans fifteenth major golfing title, his last was the open in two thousand eight his win in return from years of injury problems and personal scandals that had threatened to end his career. BBC news. Hello. This is the history. Our with max Pearson this week flying like a bird, we meet the man who invented the modern wing suit. Also, a famous food scare in the US from the nineteen sixties and the man who taught Marilyn Monroe to don's, but we're going to begin this week in India where right now the world's largest ever democratic processes underway with an estimated nine hundred million eligible voters deciding the fate of the incumbent prime minister Narendra Modi in such a vast undertaking that the election is spread over six weeks for the last five years, Mr. Modi's Benetton Gionta party or BJP has been the dominant force in India, but with its roots in Hindu nationalism. The BJP has been accused of fostering intolerance between India's various religious groups, and that's why we're taking you back to nineteen ninety when the then president of the BJP L K Advani embarked on a political and religious cross country rally designed to showcase a politics based on militant Hindu. Awesome. Provocatively? It was heading for the controversial temple mosque site. At our Yahya found a high. There has been speaking to arcade, Sudirman, a journalist who covered that journey and followed the rise of the BJP. The rati Yatra chariot March was to be a campaign trip, which would loss for weeks and with champion politics based on Hindutva or militant Hinduism it was organized by the leader of the BJP L K Advani the decision was taken to travel to the holy city of iota in process in northern India. L K Advani leader of the right-wing Hindu party BJP embarked on an eight thousand mile tour of the country to mobilize support for the building of a temple dial. Once the advantage plan to lay the foundation stone of a Hindu temple in the holy city thought to be the birthplace of the Hindu, God Lord ram. But the site was also claimed by India's Muslim minority who already had a mosque there. The bubbly must youth BJP to come out with an idea that would ensure that the party all survived and also grew further hundred stroke on the part of okay. Twenty to launch a campaign for building around temple in are you so as to governors the lured to come to you? Do you think they use the religion card to to gain votes? This did it did. It was a main plank case men was the political journalist with the Press Trust of India in nineteen ninety he was assigned to cover the radio or chariot March on its thirteen thousand kilometer journey. He joined the convert start in the city of some not in crop Advani would be travelling in. A specially modified truck designed to look like the Hindu God ram's chariot. Those built in a manner to look like a chariot returned all facilities conditioned chamber in the threat to enable at one list released not campaigning over needs not addressing rallies, and a friend portion sort of an open cabinet. So as to look like a Chadian Advani's to come on. And there's people from there when was on the move. And when you first saw the truck, what did you think? Yeah. It look different all the pictures of and close in the Safran color. The B BJP scholar, and it was sort of a modern track can water to look like a chariot. So that they could have that story. Look at the same time of that don't of her Conover school move fast, traveling with Advani in the Toyota truck, ten chariot with several BJP members including rising star and Advani protege Narendra movie the rat Yatra set off on the twenty fifth of September nineteen ninety dotted of the performance of the two, okay. Daunting under temple. And what was life like traveling in the we used to travel holy long with me of the journalists retitled to win. The Tigers part of the Conroy run over Easter tone to two more very slow speed for many people used to walk along with our many people use to follow the and the used to stop video leeann radius.

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ESPN FC

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Caught offside with Andrew gummy and JJ Davani. Yes. Off side of the Upper West side of Manhattan. Andrew guzzling J J Advani on Champions League Wednesday. What's up there? The busiest. Wednesdays aren't they? Yes. They really are. Because we still have a lot to get to that happened over the weekend. And we've got Champions League stuff to talk about. And we have what to watch for looking ahead to the next week. And so this is book Lynn. It's going to be a grip podcast excited about this. When we've got a good mailbag to oh, you have told me none of what's in that nail bag. I always enjoy having to think on my feet. It's a real strength of mine. I these are some of these are statements some of these are common. Some of these are stuff that you're ready to go on by the way, I meant to mention to you. And I promise we will talk about Champions League in just a sec Barcelona United only wrapped up and you've AIX only wrapped up short while ago. So it's almost like a reactionary podcast. But I meant to say to you here. I was the other night. I thought I was being such a good friend. I started a new show on Netflix called the rebellion, which I thought was was intr- would be of interest to you. And your response to me just was so smug and dismissing. Hey this show. It's about like the uprising in Ireland on Netflix of feels like it might be something. I hadn't even really started yet. It was like the credits, but I was like nineteen sixteen. Yeah. But I was excited to tell you about. And by the way, response was. Half of it is is fair. You said it didn't get great reviews from what I heard. But then you're other half of the response was plus it's a subject that I know so much about already that it almost seems silly to even watch it either. Well, here's the thing. Here's. Who are you start lying about stuff? I did not say that what I said was the characters are fictitious characters did not exist. However, we know so much about the characters the actual protagonists of the of the Easter rising, which is coming upon us, very soon, the nursery, we know so much about it. What would you make people? It's ridiculous. It's like it's like Benedict Arnold. We have Benedict Arnold diary. And we write we create a guy called Benedict. Darnold, right. We just talk about him. We make him. It's ridiculous talk these characters. We we have the writings it's only a hundred years ago hundred. Yeah. So we have enough to go. I went to the museum at the prison in Dublin made him. Yes. So I wasn't being smog. I was just saying, but you still. I felt like you were..

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Caught Offside

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Caught offside with Andrew gummy and JJ Davani. Yes. Off side of the Upper West side of Manhattan. Andrew guzzling J J Advani on Champions League Wednesday. What's up there? The busiest. Wednesdays aren't they? Yes. They really are. Because we still have a lot to get to that happened over the weekend. And we've got Champions League stuff to talk about. And we have what to watch for looking ahead to the next week. And so this is book Lynn. It's going to be a grip podcast excited about this. When we've got a good mailbag to oh, you have told me none of what's in that nail bag. I always enjoy having to think on my feet. It's a real strength of mine. I these are some of these are statements some of these are common. Some of these are stuff that you're ready to go on by the way, I meant to mention to you. And I promise we will talk about Champions League in just a sec Barcelona United only wrapped up and you've AIX only wrapped up short while ago. So it's almost like a reactionary podcast. But I meant to say to you here. I was the other night. I thought I was being such a good friend. I started a new show on Netflix called the rebellion, which I thought was was intr- would be of interest to you. And your response to me just was so smug and dismissing. Hey this show. It's about like the uprising in Ireland on Netflix of feels like it might be something. I hadn't even really started yet. It was like the credits, but I was like nineteen sixteen. Yeah. But I was excited to tell you about. And by the way, response was. Half of it is is fair. You said it didn't get great reviews from what I heard. But then you're other half of the response was plus it's a subject that I know so much about already that it almost seems silly to even watch it either. Well, here's the thing. Here's. Who are you start lying about stuff? I did not say that what I said was the characters are fictitious characters did not exist. However, we know so much about the characters the actual protagonists of the of the Easter rising, which is coming upon us, very soon, the nursery, we know so much about it. What would you make people? It's ridiculous. It's like it's like Benedict Arnold. We have Benedict Arnold diary. And we write we create a guy called Benedict. Darnold, right. We just talk about him. We make him. It's ridiculous talk these characters. We we have the writings it's only a hundred years ago hundred. Yeah. So we have enough to go. I went to the museum at the prison in Dublin made him. Yes. So I wasn't being smog. I was just saying, but you still. I felt like you were..

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"j j advani" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm still Advani. And this is my take will they never load a fifteen dollars an hour. Minimum wage has really bad consequences. One more example has just surfaced Yuba fast in New York City going up and the fifteen dollars an hour. Wage is the coals. Now, you may think this is a minor leagues issue. Who cares if Uber riders pay more answer Oba Rytas calf? And the thousands of old Mary people who shell out a few extra dollars to climb into a ridesharing service, and maybe millions suddenly hundreds of thousands of others in other cities and towns with a fifteen dollars minimum wage is scheduled to arrive later. It's not the people big grudge a strong wage. It's that raising wages by legislation has unintended consequences. You've been to an applet recently and seeing the growing use of tablets for ordering food and restaurants fath- you expensive white stuff. No, you bring in technology to solve your minimum wage problem. Far fewer jobs thought few youngsters getting start go to new cap Hort and look at the acres of restaurant space with humans just running food from the kitchen to the tablet. It's raw the sad. I want more on New York City, and it's buffets. Let's bring in my friend, and colleague, Christina Potts and nebulous who I think has an opinion on this. Which may be like mine, I'm not sure I I it's actually going up to seventeen twenty two. That's what the Uber drivers are going to get this month, and that's increase which is going to be trickled off to drivers will that really stop them. No because it's going to be a small increase that they won't even notice. It's still cheaper a good alternative, especially with the uberpool option, which I all admit. I use in New York because it's it is the cheapest option in the city Yuba pool. So you go from your apartment wherever it is studios here here here, but in general, if I'm going out, let's say or late night, and I'll get into pool because I know it will be much cheaper than a taxi ride. So you all go to be hit. Okay. Yeah. Relevant. The point is old narrowly people in New York City will be paying a little bit more. It's to me, this is part of the unintended consequences. Trying to help a group of people raising the wage legislation by market forces all by skill. Nobody legislation and the result is what you see it new port and other places and yet we still have to tip. That's a whole other debate two because you're increasing the minimum wage because you I think you get the point here, which Stewart is talking about and how crazy. This is. Is that you have a woman demanding fifteen dollars an hour. Criticizing seven dollar croissant which liberals in New York created. And then she doesn't even know that the people at the airport. She doesn't even know that the people at the airport are making nineteen dollars an hour. Minimum wage five three five nine seven three to five three five nine seven three to the eight hundred number one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three to Ben Ferguson show, a lot more coming up on this year reaction is Democrats yet again, go all in on fifteen dollars an hour. Minimum wage I said, I don't fix all of our problems with poverty in this country. What do you think about that more on the vent? Ferguson show five.

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"j j advani" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Caught offside with Edry gumming and JJ Davani. Offside from the Upper West side of Manhattan, Andrew gulling. And j j Advani what's up, man? How are you? Okay. Perturbed? Of course, why wouldn't you be? So it's international week as you know, I'm we're coming off a week of set weekend of celebrating Irishness New York City. Although to be honest every weekend there is Patrick day parade in New York that should be known what? Yep. So there's the bearish Saint Patrick's Day parade next weekend this weekend. There was the Brooklyn and the Manhattan one on the weekend before that there was a Staten Island one. Oh, so not literally every weekend just the week surrounding actual Saint Patrick's Day, obviously. Yeah. In Meyer, you said, okay. Did I have to qualify that? Clearly. So so today. There was some media out of the English cab on as they prepare for their games in the euro twenty twenty qualifying and there was Declan rice who was doing his piece to camera on he's talking about just overwhelming pride. You know, when I went home. My dad was watching television, and you know, just to see my name called out, my Maha burst with pride. And I was like watching that knows like, okay? And then someone on Twitter linked the video from two years ago when he linked up with the senior squad under Martin O'Neill. And there was a sit down interview with the FAA. I should so delight you know, because my name and my Granddad of from coke and Oversea-Chinese training camp is in coke. It was just bursting with pride, and then I just thought about it. And instead of getting angry, I was just like maybe this is just what football the modern day footballer is you put a camera in front of him. And he just says things, and they don't mean anything. He just went for the best option at the end. Of the day nothing to do with nationalism. I can't tell a guy like who who has strong ties to two countries how he should fee. I can't either. But one day you plan on becoming a naturalized American citizen. Yeah. And so let's fast forward. You know, however, many years down the line like you will feel pride in both in both countries. Right. Right. And I guess in normal civilian life. I don't have to make a choice between either. Right. You know in terms of representations. So I understand that. But it's still kinda look I understand why why it would as you say perturb you. Yeah. It put me off a bit. Yeah. I'm sorry. I'm sorry about that. I hope you can recover. I hope you can be professional could be the next and the weekends Guinness talkin, those wells. So of did you got after I'll tell you in Brooklyn. We have some of the finest points of Guinness that you can get in America own believable. Really? Yes. Some grip bars while I'm glad to hear that. I hope you had a good time. Let's see we're gonna have a good podcast coming up for you. We're going to get into some of the the FA Cup drama from over the weekend. Also, of course. Merely drama JJ. We've got an in the club. But it's a little bit different than the in the clubs we've done previously. This one is a little closer to home. We're very excited about it in the mid West LB. Yeah. Very excited about it. What to watch for mailbag red card man of the match. Boy, this is actually this is a big one. This is a big one. Let's see let's start with the fake up and drama with both Manchester clubs. Let's start with Manchester City as they pull off a bit of a great escape against Swazi to keep the quad alive. You made it a thing even in the rundown looking at it just didn't seem right? The quad. What you want to call it the quadruple? Yes. Bows the quad. I think of quad muscle. Think of the quadricep muscle. Look, I don't care what you wanna call it. They're alive to win four trophies. Because of a thrilling three goal comebacks being to down. Yeah. That's swans. Certainly the comeback is part of it. Also, the fact that for some reason there was Novi a are at the liberty stadium..

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"j j advani" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Caught offside with Andrew gumming and JJ Davani. Off-side from the Upper West side of in hat, Andrew gumming, J J Advani, what's up. I was a nice. Oh, yes. Considering you feel a bit under the weather. Yeah. I wasn't gonna bring that up though. Because I don't want to. Selling whiny, baby. No. But I will say if there's a lag in energy won't become there won't be me won't be. You do look a little bit. I know it's not good. It's not good. But it's it's nothing coming out of the Bom Bom nothing coming out of the mouth, right cold. Yeah. Hopefully, that's all this, right? I wasn't talking about any of this. And now you've made me out into this. Just weak. Solis figure. What would you have preferred we open with Brexit? I wanna just hope we would start talking about soccer and sports. All right. This sports really like. Sports will put you on a real roller coaster. I know we know that but just like your weekend this weekend was wild saved kind of like the Manchester. United win over Spurs was probably taught them most gut wrenching loss of the shorn. And then the the eagles happened. And like I'm ready after the eagles to just check out on sports teams. I'll do that mainly for the when the eagles play off when their season ends. I sometimes feel like you know, what I need two weeks. I binge watch shows like I don't want to even watch sports centre. Whatever now happen to work in sports. So it's hard to do this. But I was like you know, what Monday night. Syracuse is playing Duke. As a Syracuse grad. Someone who's obsessed with the team. I gotta watch. I would I'd hate myself forever. If they lost that game. And then they go and beat Duke Indu in overtime. It was like one of the greatest games ever seen sports will just it's what's great and terrible about sports all at once. Just when you thought you were out they pull you back in. Yeah. And now I'm back in and now I'm watching everything again like like at all never felt guilty being happy yesterday after the Syracuse game because I was like the eagles deserve more of a period of mourning now because you're still reflecting upon the fact that you are reigning Super Bowl champions for another weeks. I wasn't angry. But I was really really kinda like it was a heartbreaking loss. I was heartbroken for spars who we're gonna talk about that. Oh, boy that was that was something. I don't wanna look I know that this is not a Tottenham podcast is a general soccer podcast. Try to have like a tone of of bitterness over at Manchester United fans, listen to podcasts just as much as Tottenham fan. We take down the down the middle OG is you're calling him on the run down. I can't type I you could ask me ten times to spell the last name soul Shire, and I might spell it differently on all ten of those times. Let's GS. Everybody knows what we're talking about. Klay tizzy used to say it differently. Original original gangster, soc our soul Shire. And then when he scored fell Shiraz done it. Yeah. So, yeah, we're gonna talk about him and whether or not momentum is starting to build in his favor to potentially permanently become the manager of Manchester, United, obviously, we're gonna talk about David heya and kind of a performance for the ages at Wembley the other day. We'll talk about it from Spurs perspective. Because not only did they lose a game that they probably felt like they should have one. They also lost their best player, and they didn't just lose him. They lost him for a while. And that is bad that is bad. Bad news bears. And we're gonna talk about to heya we're going to Pedder check even talking about Sunderland because they're making waves here in the United States with the Netflix documentary central until I die with David Preece who will be back on the program shortly red card man of the match. I'm really feeling good JJ about my red card and my man of the match. I'm feeling good about the mailbag because there was a lot of tasty things were thrown up ruin Ave Lampert. Jared watch OMO enter I better start looking for it. I found it. Well, it's mostly going to be a Lampert. Watch our rather who was watching him. On gerard..

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Caught Offside

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Caught offside with Andrew gumming and JJ Davani. Off-side from the Upper West side of in hat, Andrew gumming, J J Advani, what's up. I was a nice. Oh, yes. Considering you feel a bit under the weather. Yeah. I wasn't gonna bring that up though. Because I don't want to. Selling whiny, baby. No. But I will say if there's a lag in energy won't become there won't be me won't be. You do look a little bit. I know it's not good. It's not good. But it's it's nothing coming out of the Bom Bom nothing coming out of the mouth, right cold. Yeah. Hopefully, that's all this, right? I wasn't talking about any of this. And now you've made me out into this. Just weak. Solis figure. What would you have preferred we open with Brexit? I wanna just hope we would start talking about soccer and sports. All right. This sports really like. Sports will put you on a real roller coaster. I know we know that but just like your weekend this weekend was wild saved kind of like the Manchester. United win over Spurs was probably taught them most gut wrenching loss of the shorn. And then the the eagles happened. And like I'm ready after the eagles to just check out on sports teams. I'll do that mainly for the when the eagles play off when their season ends. I sometimes feel like you know, what I need two weeks. I binge watch shows like I don't want to even watch sports centre. Whatever now happen to work in sports. So it's hard to do this. But I was like you know, what Monday night. Syracuse is playing Duke. As a Syracuse grad. Someone who's obsessed with the team. I gotta watch. I would I'd hate myself forever. If they lost that game. And then they go and beat Duke Indu in overtime. It was like one of the greatest games ever seen sports will just it's what's great and terrible about sports all at once. Just when you thought you were out they pull you back in. Yeah. And now I'm back in and now I'm watching everything again like like at all never felt guilty being happy yesterday after the Syracuse game because I was like the eagles deserve more of a period of mourning now because you're still reflecting upon the fact that you are reigning Super Bowl champions for another weeks. I wasn't angry. But I was really really kinda like it was a heartbreaking loss. I was heartbroken for spars who we're gonna talk about that. Oh, boy that was that was something. I don't wanna look I know that this is not a Tottenham podcast is a general soccer podcast. Try to have like a tone of of bitterness over at Manchester United fans, listen to podcasts just as much as Tottenham fan. We take down the down the middle OG is you're calling him on the run down. I can't type I you could ask me ten times to spell the last name soul Shire, and I might spell it differently on all ten of those times. Let's GS. Everybody knows what we're talking about. Klay tizzy used to say it differently. Original original gangster, soc our soul Shire. And then when he scored fell Shiraz done it. Yeah. So, yeah, we're gonna talk about him and whether or not momentum is starting to build in his favor to potentially permanently become the manager of Manchester, United, obviously, we're gonna talk about David heya and kind of a performance for the ages at Wembley the other day. We'll talk about it from Spurs perspective. Because not only did they lose a game that they probably felt like they should have one. They also lost their best player, and they didn't just lose him. They lost him for a while. And that is bad that is bad. Bad news bears. And we're gonna talk about to heya we're going to Pedder check even talking about Sunderland because they're making waves here in the United States with the Netflix documentary central until I die with David Preece who will be back on the program shortly red card man of the match. I'm really feeling good JJ about my red card and my man of the match. I'm feeling good about the mailbag because there was a lot of tasty things were thrown up ruin Ave Lampert. Jared watch OMO enter I better start looking for it. I found it. Well, it's mostly going to be a Lampert. Watch our rather who was watching him. On gerard..

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"j j advani" Discussed on In The Limelight

In The Limelight

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"j j advani" Discussed on In The Limelight

"Hello and welcome to the line way. Fanfares entertainment and pop culture podcast. I'm stupid fan because senior writer, and I'm here with Lee Miller Advani Percy. On in limelight, ends and outs of pop culture entertainment and celebrity from the past week from the crash, Ian to Kate Middleton and everything in between big. I apple of twenty nineteen today. We have so much discuss I was just in Los Angeles with truly and we did the Golden Globes after party circuit hard. And we have a lot to discuss about that. And we also will catch up on the Royal news. We missed over the holiday and this week a lot to dig into right? We're gonna touch on Christmas. The holidays briefly, we got so many messages from y'all. So we definitely have to check it on that. We're also going to discuss Meghan Markle's. I guess mental states alleged her alleged mental state these days in her first official visit of the new year. We're also gonna check in on a kind of peripheral Royal character. Right. Josh James Middleton. Yes. A fun mystery to dig into their let's start out by listening to voicemail from our kind of unofficial overseas. Correspondent Helen this is from over the holidays, take it away. Helen. Hi that had from them. Then just wanted to wish she will very happy new year. High tech amazing Christmas. I think it was a great Christmas Voyles..

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Bernie Sanders explains opposition to Syria strike

Mo'Kelly

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Bernie Sanders explains opposition to Syria strike

"Reiterated calls for charges against the two officers who are on administrative leave a sheriff's department suv is hit a protester in sacramento video shows against her during a vigil for an unarmed black man who was shot by police oh my gosh a video was recorded by a member of the national lawyers guild monitoring the protests in support of stefan clark the sacramento county sheriff's department vehicle apparently left the scene the woman hurt was released from the hospital with bruises on her arm and head chinese space authorities say the tian dongwon space lab has mostly burned up reentering the earth's atmosphere and the central south pacific any debris that did not burn up is expected to have landed in the water vermont independent senator bernie sanders says the united states should stay away from the civil war in syria we absolutely do not want to get involved in this terrible civil war in syria which is so destructive the stabilizing for the entire region sanders also doesn't want to see american troops getting stuck in a never ending brutal civil war in syria if the us is going to get involved in a war sanders says it should not be up to the president to make that decision traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic enter crashed in sherman oaks on the one oh one originally came in as a problem on the one zero one southbound their advani's boulevard but as far as a crash not so much a crash but a pillow in lanes now the people are dodging so watch out for that we are getting word of a problem though in the north end of the valley it's the one seventy one seventy freeway northbound roscoe boulevard apparently there was a crash there being investigated and it's beneficially called the alert that's going to have lanes closed for about thirty minutes or so and a don't forget in costa mesa we have a big problem the seventy three northbound at the four oh five getting word that it may have been a fatal crash being investigated their.

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