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"janai" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"Let's say that ray fin do start a order and they build this thing up and it falls again similar to what happens with luke after return the djeddai kylo ren and all of that. Yeah maybe ray comes to the realization. That luke strategy or luke's thought process in the last jedi is actually accurate that this time for the jeddah end and so she ends the jedi order. She's earned that from master luke so she sees falling apart. She ends the jet. I mean these are the types of questions that this show or this episode brings if you really want to. You can connect this episode with another episode that we saw visions. You're connected with the dual the multiple sip. He is hunting the fifth. He himself is a just in case. People watched this episode and hadn't watched that one yet. Let's avoid spoilers further at this point but all of what we've just talked about for the last five six seven minutes something like that was just the setup. We haven't even gotten to the episode for this episode so again. Let's let's have some last jet. I fun here in the immortal words. Of master luke skywalker. This is not going to go the way that you think this episode twists and turns all over the place. First thing that we learn about these potential janai they're they're trying to restore the jedi order again is that they have lost the ability to crack their light. Sabers they have no light sabers at this. And what's funny is throughout all the episodes okay. I don't want to say that too much but this is more just. A general theme that runs through each episode. Might see are very important. They are every episode much like samurai and how they're sort of weapons are important but they really. That's like the main focal point of this. Episode is the fact that the i do not have these sight savers. And so it's such a. It's as much a weapon as it is a like ceremonial peace or a badge in a way. But there's this group of seven jet. I right who have been called to the temple with the promise of receiving these these sabres after this has been lost time so this is like an ancient idea because i raid..
"janai" Discussed on Wellness and Wanderlust
"And so i reached out to her and said hey you know i'm really interested in working with you. Do you need an intern. And i am so grateful that she was looking or you know she was open to having one and we started right away and i really at that. Time did a wide variety of things from nutrition research to blog posts to customer service and recipe creation. And it was really great for me to kind of get my toe. And all of these areas of entrepreneurship as we built our personal and professional relationship. And since then it is just continued to blossom. Yes i mean now us one of my closest friends. That's so nice. I didn't know that the bio make you feel like you're already france. It makes me so happy. Oh yeah you're so great at just showing up fully online and you know. I think a lot of people could relate to that. They feel like they're your friend even though they've never met you you i love you. I love you too. Yeah and so now we do. I am the in house. Nutritionists from cycle bakery. So i will help answer questions that come in through. Customers related to our treats and nutrition. And then i develop the recipes for the cookbook and we do some content creation together. So yeah we're kind of just like ebbing and flowing and creating together and we also created a course that is launching at the end of august which was so fun I for me to work. On course so i just love you. Know being able to experiment in all these different facets within cycle Honestly moon cycle would not exist without janai when i first started in cycle. I knew that. Because i don't have a nutritional background and i want to do it with the most utmost integrity that i needed someone with nutritional background. And she's amazing i really. She's not only created recipes for the cookbooks but she's created recipes for our treats. It's just been such a wonder to work with. I'm so grateful because it does feel like it happened with such ease. I really don't feel like. I can even remember what it was like for having a. That's so sweet. That's amazing and just so lovely to see how such a strong friendship has blossomed from this as well. I'd love to know to. You talked a little bit about the nutrition involved in these recipes. And i think so many of us we we know that we have certain vitamins depleted at certain times of the month. But we don't really understand it for ourselves. Can you walk us through that a little bit. And kind of what nutrients we need to replenish especially especially during our cycle. Of course i'd love to so there is a lot that goes into it because there's so many different nutrients that play within our body So i will keep it rather brief and just touch on one or two nutrients per phase..
From Computational to Cognitive Systems - Ryan Steelberg President of Vertione on AI Applications that Mine Unstructured Data - Voicebot Podcast Ep 222 - burst 06
"Big transition that we've been dealing with your in terms of ai. Machine learning is really transitioning from computational systems in decision making to cognitive right decision making out in insights so Baritone fact became a open platform. Call on an operating system for os. That is really good at ingesting. All different types of data then being able to use our suite of over four hundred fifty different cognitive engines and models to to be able to analyze interrogate and ultimately you know empower our business customers with you know the tools applications in unstructured data so they can advance their business. Why do you have so many machine learning models because every job it potentially warrants a different bespoke recipe of cognition. So if i say for example Where presented with australian english. Right you absolutely potentially want to use a different train model as to glowing. Wash 'em in saint louis true for like for example variances in near field or barfield audio right throwing one transcription engine Tire corpus of audio You're gonna get you will get varying results in. Our job is to be able to analyze the data sets in ben in effect programmatic find in orchestrate. The right hung recipe to get the best results and to be clear. I'll give you some examples. The best results is not always accuracy. Right if you're dealing with so much tonnage of data some projects that we work on. You know they're okay with eighty percent accuracy. Because it's it's there's so much volume. They have to meet a price point right. They can't wait ten dollars or fifteen dollars an hour of content process it so and that's in that thankfully that decision being kind of model agnostic in being able to normalize. The output of these different cognitive classes really was the cornerstones of verizon's
"janai" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Date podcast today. Janai are on our on our own all by ourselves. But it's it's going to be a good one because jen there has been something in the news at it. Got me thinking about you. Know brad booker by we started at and you know what we were hoping to achieve so before we get into that. John how are you i am so well. It's friday. it's not one hundred degrees where i am for a change. I'm stoked i'm stood for the weekend. How about you say although we are getting.
Arrest Warrant Issued For Boston MIT Grad Student Qinxuan Pan In Slaying Of Yale Student
"New developments in the murder of yale college student kevin shang authorities issuing an arrest warrant as the manhunt intensifies for an mit grad. Student out charged with the shooting. Here's abc's janai norman. Tonight the manhunt growing more urgent for an accused killer believed to be armed and dangerous police in connecticut today issuing an arrest warrant charging mit grad. Student king's swan pond for the murder of twenty six year. Old yale student kevin zhang jiang was found shot multiple times near the yale campus. Later dying at the scene just days after proposing to his girlfriend twenty twenty was year of blessings. Because i met my dear heaven i will always love him with the love of christ on was already facing charges for allegedly stealing. Suv he test drove in massachusetts. The same day zhang was killed. That was later found by police in north haven connecticut. Investigator say pond was last seen by family members in the atlanta area february eleventh carrying a backpack and reportedly acting strange in the days following the murder and us marshals raining confident that they will catch up with pawn but tonight he remains on the run facing that murder charge and a five million dollar bond. When he's captured
Prince Harry and Meghan are expecting their second baby, spokeswoman confirms
"Harry and meghan announced that archie is gonna be a big brother. That news comes just a few months. After megan disclosed she suffered a miscarriage. Here's abc's janai. Norman tonight big baby news for meghan markle and prince harry sharing this photo smiling at each other. Megan hand on her baby bump a spokesperson confirming. Archie is going to be a big brother. The duke and duchess of sussex are overjoyed to be expecting their second child. Today's announcement hits quite a few not only will be the first american royal baby but also one of the first royal babies to be born in the us we have very transatlantic royal family news of that child. That would be eighth in line to the throne coming just two and a half months. After markle revealed the couple suffered a miscarriage in a new york. Times op ed writing. I knew as i clutched my first born child that i was losing my second hours later. I lay in the hospital bed holding my husband's hand. I tried to imagine how he'll after the difficulties that megan faced in the closing of two thousand eight hundred twenty. This is a great start at twenty twenty one
"janai" Discussed on How I Built This
"Hello everyone, , and welcome to how I built. This . resilience edition on these episodes were talking with entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how they're thinking creatively during such a disruptive time and today we're going to hear from the Co founders of Rinse Ajay precaut-. . James June. . Rinse is a laundry and dry cleaning service that picks up cleans and delivers close right to their customers. . Doorsteps Rinse was founded in twenty thirteen. . When Ajay wanted to start a business. . so He approached his college friend James who'd worked at his parents dry cleaning shop as a kid this year rinse has seen a drop in dry cleaning orders, , but their laundry service has stayed steady and they've been able to avoid layoffs so far I spoke with a j James from their office where they're practicing social distancing in order to keep their essential business running. . Explain what what is what is ranch? ? How does it work? ? Yeah, , I mean Ranson had simplest form is pickup and delivery of dry cleaning and laundry. . We started in two thousand thirteen to give you a little bit of background at the time I was looking to start a company and I was excited about a couple of trends. . One was the idea. . Of bringing technology to Old-school Industries and then. . James Actually. . Came to me with the idea of doing something dry-cleaning. . You guys are college friends, , right? ? Yeah exactly. . I'm not Ajay for twenty years and you know my background was more healthcare but my first job and live album my parents into dry cleaner store. . So they put me to work when I was young. . My uncles and aunts are awesome in the industry and so for as long as I can remember during family gatherings, , we would talk shop we talk dry-cleaning you know all the time more recently the discussion is really Focused on wise business. . So slow why isn't there as much business as there used to be in? ? So in two thousand thirteen, , Noah Janai were <hes> for breakfast to discuss ideas start businesses i. . just come back from my parents store ends wanting to hear that business slow and then to seen in person is just stark. . appeared see customers machines running in silence, , and so that image stuck with me, , and so it was <hes> going to eat breakfast with Ajay Ajay <hes>. . You know, , what can we do to help drivers? ? Yeah, , and and that was a moment for me where the the bells kind of went off and I thought dry-cleaning was perfect for the trends I was looking at I'd always. . Be James as a potential co founder but you know I think it was too good to pass up unique advantage we brought to the table with him understanding <hes> the dry cleaning side of the equation. . So we ran out a week later, , the test with eleven of our friends we picked up their clothes we cleaned them James James's parents shop we delivered them back and from. . All of them. . We got this unanimous responsive. . Hey, this , is awesome. . When you guys coming back well I mean I love that because the business model right for dry cleaning has been more or less the same. It's . been small mom and pop shops like James like your parents or maybe they've got some people have a few dry cleaning shops and there there's like zips and some. . Of these small chains but really, , it was an industry ripe for a completely new approach. . Absolutely I think the biggest thing is that as consumer behavior has shifted, , what's become very clear dry cleaning is that it's just it's full of a ton of friction and it's not one big point of friction. . It's a lot of little points of friction along the way. . So if you think. . About the the dry cleaning experienced historically, , you don't know who's a good dry cleaner. . So you just go to nearest one your held hostage proximity. . You can't assess quality until after the clothes come back. . So it's a bit of a crapshoot for us as customers. . The model is very vendor centric in the sense that they're open nine to five closed on weekends, , which doesn't work if. . You're actually at work during that time and there's limited technology limited customer service, , limited transparency. . We call internally death by a thousand cuts and when we were getting rinse started our idea was, , let's systematically create a seamless experience from start to finish work with the best cleaners out there who are struggling, they , don't know how to get volume. . Let them do what they do best which. . is clean the clothes and then manage everything else and so that's that's that's how started. So . essentially, , I mean, , you get you get an APP and you putting your order and then it <hes> somebody comes picks it up, , and then you partner with different dry cleaners to clean it. . You don't you don't own your own facilities on cleaning facilities. . That's right. Yeah. . . So you schedule A. . Pickup, , we only serve the customer. . We continue to serve the customer between eight PM and ten pm because that's more in line with the customer scheduled more customer centric, , we send our valets to come pick it up. . They're all W. Two employees. . They're the front lines of the customer experience and they'll come get your clothes answering questions similar to counter person might do at a cleaner. . and. . Then we bring it back to to Pacific and our cleaners. . We'll clean it, , and our goal is to work with the best cleaners. . The the reality in the industry is that all cleaners are underutilized olive excess capacity and they don't WanNa know how to get volume and then to because of the vendor centric approach, , their world tends to be very spiky during the week they'll get that Monday morning rush, , and then the rest of the week is Kinda quiet. . What we've done is built a model where we're GONNA send our cleaning partners of predictable steady stream. . Of volume allow them to clean the clothes, , fill their capacity, , but then also allow them to grow and actually be able to plan for growth because we're we're sending volume
Interview With Ajay Prakash And James Joun of Rinse
"Hello everyone, and welcome to how I built. This resilience edition on these episodes were talking with entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how they're thinking creatively during such a disruptive time and today we're going to hear from the Co founders of Rinse Ajay precaut-. James June. Rinse is a laundry and dry cleaning service that picks up cleans and delivers close right to their customers. Doorsteps Rinse was founded in twenty thirteen. When Ajay wanted to start a business. so He approached his college friend James who'd worked at his parents dry cleaning shop as a kid this year rinse has seen a drop in dry cleaning orders, but their laundry service has stayed steady and they've been able to avoid layoffs so far I spoke with a j James from their office where they're practicing social distancing in order to keep their essential business running. Explain what what is what is ranch? How does it work? Yeah, I mean Ranson had simplest form is pickup and delivery of dry cleaning and laundry. We started in two thousand thirteen to give you a little bit of background at the time I was looking to start a company and I was excited about a couple of trends. One was the idea. Of bringing technology to Old-school Industries and then. James Actually. Came to me with the idea of doing something dry-cleaning. You guys are college friends, right? Yeah exactly. I'm not Ajay for twenty years and you know my background was more healthcare but my first job and live album my parents into dry cleaner store. So they put me to work when I was young. My uncles and aunts are awesome in the industry and so for as long as I can remember during family gatherings, we would talk shop we talk dry-cleaning you know all the time more recently the discussion is really Focused on wise business. So slow why isn't there as much business as there used to be in? So in two thousand thirteen, Noah Janai were for breakfast to discuss ideas start businesses i. just come back from my parents store ends wanting to hear that business slow and then to seen in person is just stark. appeared see customers machines running in silence, and so that image stuck with me, and so it was going to eat breakfast with Ajay Ajay You know, what can we do to help drivers? Yeah, and and that was a moment for me where the the bells kind of went off and I thought dry-cleaning was perfect for the trends I was looking at I'd always. Be James as a potential co founder but you know I think it was too good to pass up unique advantage we brought to the table with him understanding the dry cleaning side of the equation. So we ran out a week later, the test with eleven of our friends we picked up their clothes we cleaned them James James's parents shop we delivered them back and from. All of them. We got this unanimous responsive. Hey, this is awesome. When you guys coming back well I mean I love that because the business model right for dry cleaning has been more or less the same. It's been small mom and pop shops like James like your parents or maybe they've got some people have a few dry cleaning shops and there there's like zips and some. Of these small chains but really, it was an industry ripe for a completely new approach. Absolutely I think the biggest thing is that as consumer behavior has shifted, what's become very clear dry cleaning is that it's just it's full of a ton of friction and it's not one big point of friction. It's a lot of little points of friction along the way. So if you think. About the the dry cleaning experienced historically, you don't know who's a good dry cleaner. So you just go to nearest one your held hostage proximity. You can't assess quality until after the clothes come back. So it's a bit of a crapshoot for us as customers. The model is very vendor centric in the sense that they're open nine to five closed on weekends, which doesn't work if. You're actually at work during that time and there's limited technology limited customer service, limited transparency. We call internally death by a thousand cuts and when we were getting rinse started our idea was, let's systematically create a seamless experience from start to finish work with the best cleaners out there who are struggling, they don't know how to get volume. Let them do what they do best which. is clean the clothes and then manage everything else and so that's that's that's how started. So essentially, I mean, you get you get an APP and you putting your order and then it somebody comes picks it up, and then you partner with different dry cleaners to clean it. You don't you don't own your own facilities on cleaning facilities. That's right. Yeah. So you schedule A. Pickup, we only serve the customer. We continue to serve the customer between eight PM and ten pm because that's more in line with the customer scheduled more customer centric, we send our valets to come pick it up. They're all W. Two employees. They're the front lines of the customer experience and they'll come get your clothes answering questions similar to counter person might do at a cleaner. and. Then we bring it back to to Pacific and our cleaners. We'll clean it, and our goal is to work with the best cleaners. The the reality in the industry is that all cleaners are underutilized olive excess capacity and they don't WanNa know how to get volume and then to because of the vendor centric approach, their world tends to be very spiky during the week they'll get that Monday morning rush, and then the rest of the week is Kinda quiet. What we've done is built a model where we're GONNA send our cleaning partners of predictable steady stream. Of volume allow them to clean the clothes, fill their capacity, but then also allow them to grow and actually be able to plan for growth because we're we're sending volume
MAC postpones all fall sports, including football; plans on spring season
"Football appears on the brink of possibly postponing the season the mid Atlantic conference cancelling games this fall because of the corona virus here's ABC's Janai Norman. Tonight a drastic decision a division one college football conference cancelling the fall season over concerns of Covid nineteen the mid American conference postponing kickoff hoping to play in the spring. There are simply too many unknowns for us to put our student athletes in situations that are not clearly understood. I am heartbroken we are in this place all eyes are turning to the major conferences to see if others have described the season the University of Alabama one of college football's most dominant programs hit with a small outbreak forced to cancel its first game. The SEC POWERHOUSE is vowing to kick off the they believe that is Part of the fabric of the State and university and they want to continue to play, they can do so safely crimson tide school leaders argue campus may be the safest place for their athletes. After already during an outbreak of Cova cases, those schools certainly have the financial resources to be able to test at a high rate to be able to protect their players. And Tom Rutgers football program had to shut down some workouts because of a Cobra outbreak as other programs try to nail down plans for season but so much is still changing.
Police seize gun from St. Louis couple who pointed weapons at protesters
"You'll remember that couple seen waving guns at protestors, those weapons tonight now in the hands of investigators. Here's ABC's Janai Norman. Tonight, the firearms at the center of this controversial confrontation are no longer in the hands of the couple who brandished them outside their saint, Louis Mansion police, executing a search warrant at the home. Seizing the rifle is evidence and investigating whether the couple committed a crime and these images that went viral last month based upon Missouri, law, and what they refer to as to castle doctrine. Individuals unlawfully enter onto cry property. You have the right to take means reasonably necessary in order to descend I. This was what happened here. American Patricia mccloskey Seen June twenty eighth, shouting and pointing their weapons at protesters, who their lawyers says broke through a gate and onto a private road outside their home. Terrified that we'd be murdered. Within seconds, our house would be burned down. There would be killed mark mccloskey, also telling a local TV station the couple grab their guns before protesters allegedly threatened them the city's chief prosecutor, saying in a statement we must protect the right to peacefully protest, and any attempt to chill it. Intimidation or threat of deadly force will not be tolerated Tom. No one was hurt in that confrontation in that couple hasn't been charged with any crimes. We did reach out to the prosecutor who told us she cannot comment because this is an ongoing investigation
In Washington, DC, 'Dad Gang' works to break negative stereotypes about Black fatherhood
"A father's day March today in the nation's capital it's organized by a new online group is called the dad game which looks to defy stereo types and redefined what it is to be a modern block dad here's more from ABC's Janai Norman meet Sean Williams a devoted father of three four years ago a woman approached him at the grocery store and commended him for sticking around you know we're not in a non believer not unicorns Williams realized his friend shared similar experiences
"janai" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"What it is to be a modern block dad here's more from ABC's Janai Norman meet Sean Williams a devoted father of three four years ago a woman approached him at the grocery store and commended him for sticking around you know we're not in a non believer not unicorns Williams realized his friend shared similar experiences and decided to rewrite the narrative on black fatherhood by sharing the reality of their families the father means everything to today's March began this morning at the national museum of African American history and culture and ending at black lives matter plaza near the White House father's day also being honored and observed on the other side of the pond CBS is Vicky Barker reports from London as in the U. S. many families are spending father's day in lockdown William and Kate no exception they released a set of photos of William tumbling and playing with his three children wife Kate isn't in them she was the photographer today is also Williams thirty eighth birthday is two seventeen if you are wondering about a rather unusual scent emanating from the Franklin park zoo don't worry it's just the corpse flower in full bloom is a staffers have named their flower faster apparently in honor of the smell that resembles that of a rotting carcass it's two seven after a day long standoff with Attorney General William Barr U. S. attorney Geoffrey Berman has now agreed to step down as head of the powerful Southern District of New York Berman's office has been investigating a number of trump associates including Mr trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Michael Cohen it before that on CNN's state of the union house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler criticized bars handling of Berman's departure and says bar deserves to be impeached we've seen a pattern of of the president opposing of of of bar correctly impeding all these investigations so this is just more of the same burning initially refused to leave his post after bar issued a press release about his removal bar yesterday said Berman a letter informing him that president trump had fired him but the president later told reporters he was not involved and that Geoffrey Berman's dismissal was up to William Barr meanwhile South Carolina senator Tim Scott was asked about this on ABC's this week president trump actually hired Mr Berman and he fired Mr Berman everyone of the DOJ works at the pleasure of the president over one number two there's no indication whatsoever that whatever is being investigated will not continue to move on barman lead bill Barr no he was willing to leave after being reassured that his deputy we'll continue to run the office until a replacement is approved by the Senate former federal prosecutor Laurie Levinson is among a number of experts now questioning the timing of the Berman firing she is suggesting and maybe connected to the recent release this week of former national security adviser John Bolton's new tell all book the concern over the president trying to fire Berman because he doesn't like words investigations are going it's probably heightened by what we're now reading and Bolton spoke for Bolton says that the president has been using his office and his powers for his own political purposes and the way was cleared for John Bolton's book to hit store shelves when a judge ruled against that all the ministration lawyers efforts to block the books are released new book the room where it happened Bolton described a chaotic White House where he claims trump's only strategy is reelection in an interview with Martha Raddatz Fulton says trump's attempt to block his book was not about national security the president isn't worried about foreign governments reading this book he's worried about the American people reading this book the president firing off a Twitter attack on Bolton today taking the judge's words as a victory saying multi broke the law and has been called out and rebuke for so doing with a really big price to pay that's A. B. C.'s Andrew timbered reporting should salons across New Jersey are preparing to open tomorrow with virus productions in place here's CBS's Nick Calloway tapestry hairdressing salon in Ridgewood owner CD del ocular remembers vividly the day she was forced to close as the corona virus pandemic was exploding in New Jersey it was.
Atlanta police chief resigns over shooting of Rayshard Brooks
"Protest of ramped up in the wake of another deadly police shooting in Atlanta Georgia the city's police chief has resigned ABC's Janai Norman has the details Georgia Georgia authorities authorities reviewing reviewing video video showing showing Atlanta Atlanta police police shooting shooting and and killing killing Richard Richard Brooks Brooks the the officers officers claim claim he he failed failed a a sobriety sobriety test test they they say say when when they they went went to to arrest arrest him him he he resisted I do not believe that this was a justified use of deadly force the mayor calling for the officers involved to be fired police say the race shard Brooks in a struggle with officers managed to grab one of their tasers one of the officers shot him when he was running away he turned around and pointed the taser read them L. Chris Stewart as an attorney hired by Brooks family according to him the officers have no justification for shooting him saying that a taser is not considered a deadly weapon in Georgia you can't say he ran off with a weapon that could kill somebody when you say it's not dead you can't say you don't have other options what what was going to go he was very jogging away
Namaste Trump: US president fills world's largest cricket stadium for political rally
"Almost two weeks ago the US president. Donald Trump was in India for a quick two-day tour. They were no major announcements expected but donald trump was to speak in front of over one hundred thousand people at huge cricket stadium in the city of Ahmedabad it was an event that piqued the interest of South Asia correspondent. James Ocean Bash. It turns out local media when more than a little curious why an Australian journalist had decided to go along to the spectacle on me. That's the sound of more than one hundred thousand people welcoming. Us President Donald Trump at a new cricket stadium in Ahmedabad not just any cricket stadium the largest in the world. According to seating capacity the president is used to speaking at large political rallies but even hey admitted awake lighter went back in the US that this was something special. This was a political party. Indian style music was blasting people were dancing in the stands paper masks and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and president trump will being worn with glee and they were baseball caps with trump's name on them. Lots of baseball caps the back of the stadium. I'm sitting among many local media and a few other foreign journalists just trying to absorb it all and then something unexpected happened. An Indian TV journalists came up to me and asked if she could interview me a mistrial Ian replied assuming that she thought I was an American. It doesn't matter. She showed me turns out. She wanted a foreign perspective about Modi meeting trump. Why was an Australian journalist here? Does this change the way USTRALIA views? India is big news back home those sorts of questions now. India has a lot of rolling news channels more than twenty. I'm told and that means a lot of hours have to be filled with content on. Saint Live crosses done here for less so when I figured why. Not and within a minute of saying yes. We relies when all of this about say the cell but I will give you a sense of that. Maybe guests with me right now. James Lee Denisov Eaton. That's fine birth names off food related daily. Denise these all Geisha going to spawn in with ABC The Australian Broadcasting Corporation. James. I want to ask you. You obviously definitely give me the foreign media perspective. Paul you wheeling this particular democracies these elitist. Then you've seen a lot of billboards around which summit ipod nausea you've got the world's largest democracy welcoming the first democracy in fact the most powerful democracy so I certainly pro-meta Strategy and perspective with a lot of interest in how they get along and how countries get along as well On. Tv The interviewer and occupying about a third of the screen. Another thirties live pictures of the rally and surrounding. Those two boxes are distracting amount of flashing graphics with the American Flag Waving on screen and headlines about mody welcoming trump constantly changing before the viewers is Indian media is certainly more shoddy than back harm and that includes the news animations anyway back to the interview Australia itself. It's always how to focus on China and you can say that starting to shift quite significantly and even the fries. Indo Pacific is one that you hear a lot more nowadays now. That's the point of made a fair bit recently. In fact the last time I was on this program I said I expected to hear more from India incoming years but if that's true change will surely be gradual industrial change. The Way Australia looks at in there. I wouldn't say a particularly changes to why you've seen to be honest. I likely wouldn't have gone to Ahmedabad either. Weren't for this. Visual spectacle with Donald Trump went on to discuss Australia Mont possibly join India Japan and the US in naval exercises this year or next and that was the end of the interview. Only Latin that perhaps the media not belong to either in America. Third-country thought that would be the end of it. I sat back down waiting for the main event to start but then a man with a golden microphone started chatting to me. He was a reporter with another news station India. Today within minutes on back on the air answering the sign. Top of questions. There was also a bit of Banter about how Australia no longer had the largest cricket stadium in fact that was repeated to me several times in the Strip opposite studio me like this random person who answered a question about Donald Trump explaining that the M. C. J. was no longer the world's largest cricket stadium minutes after the interview with India. Today I had another request for a TV interview and then another eventually. I decided because I had my own reporting to concentrate on now as I mentioned before. There's a lot rolling news platforms in India. Sorry grubbing may or any foreign Janai for an interview. Could just be filler. But it did get me thinking about the rise of India. He had the president of the United States showering India. And it's people with price. I got the sense that this was a proud moment for many here. Regardless of their politics it signified a in. The wider world is viewing India having foreign journalists to report on that reinforce this view but regardless of what the future holds for India. It seems one thing. That's not in dispute. They now have the world's largest Cricket Stadium Great Story there with South Asia correspondent James Oaten.
"janai" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast
"The network has jammed and he can contact you directly his aim wrote just when Kushner climbed out the well tank route came to get him Seora Janae had arrived through a holographic imaging to give them a message that was fast source said in surprise because it was more concerned about something else. Asthma had said in his email. Thanks to you the network has jammed oak. Oshiro had done was hacking to the network. Not Do anything that he could surmise that freezing and shutting it down or was it because he set up the new inbox and it caused some sort of blew up. In the system system a large cactus stood behind the world mill and that was where the children and their digital world gathered by the time. Kosher and the others got there they could hear touchy in the middle of handing down on Janai Khosro only go to hear the last part of his words but it was why the Holographic Janai held his hands together behind his back and on slightly slow. You've evolved The thing is there may be a many possible parts of evolution. None of them are true or wrong path. But the reason why you didn't achieve the evolution you wanted his because you are astill very inexperienced and experienced. That's right you did your mom evolving reflection of your own personal growth. Then what what do I do to grow. I'll send you a train. He's name is static suddenly infiltrated the whole ramp. Mon- listen to what he's the Hologram Graham shut off abruptly Cochrane said he had wanted to ask him any questions like how this came about or how the evolution mechanism some what and also what was the reason for why the network had gone weed but he hadn't had the chance he he said he was going to send a train. China did he meows. Pell looking for confirmation. Yeah he did so. Maybe that means we'll get a body God. If we're lucky joe whispered none of them appeared that expectant it seemed that they still had some misgivings about trusting Janai maintenance complete send Ataman will be irritated by now at it. Still being unable to connect to the network not alone sent him an email to confirm that it was back online right after he brought back the security system from suspension none of them had noticed. Kush Rosalie Lexus. However instead of shutting him down he had stopped the security system and end cut off from the network of course? He didn't intend to report any of what happened to him on. It wasn't like he had negation to. He decided to let it alone. The inbox Kushner had made illegally in the network and JEN is loss woods. Interested him and it was possible that he could use this information in some. I'm way all right. So as always a very large thanks to on K.. Friday us with this translation and we'll be reading pot for next time. Some of chapter three the link dumps description and of course you can find all von case translations linked there and you can also find Republican description. You can get more on just jets there you can contact us and stay update you can also get lost in translation gmail.com or in Communist on this episode own message on a website lost in translation dot com. You can false transitional twitter and you can find some lesson transitional tumbler facebook instagram and Youtube. We have scripted that on with the will and Iran throw in the Digital Sabat Abbott. We would appreciate if you add podcasts. Stitcher and any other pulled consisting. FDU's we have website voting polls check Alicia Joel and check blog posts. You can tonight to page almost name description from little as a dollar a month that gets you access to liskeard server. But there are high levels of more awards such as L. E. Episodes and mall and thank you. Twelve support is on page on enemy guy. WHO'S AMICI CREWS SAKE? One Youtube Stephen Race whose whelming sixty four WANNA uncover Ron Carter washy. She Sai volunteered. Blat cheese cy two three six kyle. Tom Elizabeth who's elected tumbler. Nicholas Sam spiral case as from computer. PODCAST on the Internet. Magnus he me Alex and look and we also have a paypal and a Kofi in case you wanted to do. One of the nation. Saw Pay Pal is paypal. Donna Mason Edge and my coffee is Komo Hyphen F.. I dot com slash and next time.
"janai" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I have the high fructose corn Syrup jammed into everything without government intervention sure we subsidize subsidies for the sugarcane manufacturers Janai section of that I'll that is all high fructose corn syrup Sodas and there's a little biddy strep of its that's Kane are getting a hankering it's I always get cherry soda used to Dr Pepper but Dr Beverages Caffeine. I can't have caffeine so I get a cherry soda instead and it's close enough for me it's all like acid.
"janai" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"The rest is history so let me ask you this because I kind of did the Janai both have had done the reverse we did wrestling and then we've tried acting and I wished that I had had some acting experience under my belt before I hey did wrestling because I think it would so beneficial just in terms of just in finding a character and trying to create a character and create layers to a character and not be monotone into to have inflections and different emotions instead of having to figure that out on live T._v.. It would have been nice to have some training beforehand and I we talked about it last week on the pot. I wish they had some. I'm kind of acting training with the W._W._e.. Currently because I watched some pre tapes and they kind of make me cringe. Do you find that I'm not gonNA name names but I just like inwardly I kind of I and my guts when you get four someone let's create into the loss elevate as well you kind of get embarrassed for someone and you're like old good. I get the feeling sometimes and I know I've been involved in some of those so I I'm not in any way like looking down my nose or anything but do you have having that kind of <hes> <hes> experience the coming into this helped you yeah I think you do. It's not like it's not like how many twenty the boards or had most the real exposure in that it was just something it was. Just I suppose more so that you practice. There's a lot music videos that local artists that would do you know acting like funny skits in that. I meant to get that one together over a cheeky little role in the transformers five he can see me on the mind credit screen. Everybody says someone so more story much fun but yeah like I I think the one thing though it was more of an exposure into into the way the industry works which I think has helped a little bit more especially going into into you know developing the brand and stuff and kind of start from almost the grand dope is just the appreciation just things can how quickly things can move and you know you seven eight nine ten hours in the Khyber Content Roman soldier or whatever it was and then put twenty minutes you gotta go out there and you gotta would appeal inform the craziest level even before nine not completely mental after Danny in social talk for hours and then what's the level of production that goes into everything you know you don't see those folks runners and and agents and people really around doing of eighteen and that was the kind of thing the most out of it you know obviously it was a great experience you know being direction from being produced and that's great but I feel like now when I look back at it especially like I save you know we we've been so excited about involved in the the next thing you know he's just when you said you know when you go to for the first time you backstage at war right now or pay per view and I on kind of breathtaking how how many people are involved or you know how many how many working cogs. They're all the machine just to produce as a fine you know you. You never thought that use for okay cool during the match night we start this fifty sixty basically takes just for that one-match top and we'll just for that one Toronto..
"janai" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Twenty four. twenty minutes now we're talking about james o'keefe project veritas nailing google busting them for their bias here's what a top executive at google her name jen janai says the undercover video and i quote we played for you but it's really hard to understand i mean you know with with captions you can understand but it's it's hard to make out quote we all got screwed over in two thousand sixteen again it wasn't just us it was the people got screwed over the news media got screwed over like everybody got screwed over so we're rapidly been like happened there and how do we prevent it from happening again we're also training our algorithms like if twenty sixteen happened again would we have with the outcome be different edgy also declares her opposition to elizabeth warren's proposing a break-up guru why because geniza says if google broken up it can't prevent another trump situation and of quote now she's a pretty high up in the google a management and stratosphere franken again if this is jen janai that's articulating this kind of stuff this political propaganda and pablum then you think it's pretty much a prevailing thought i would think at at google in fact to folks are now suing this story broke two weeks ago a judge ruled in a class action lawsuit filed by two former google employees claiming discrimination the base of gender race and political bias that that lawsuit can move forward so we've got people suing google we have the wall street journal reporting that they make them under the antitrust across areas of congress and now this bombshell from james o'keefe well we all know that all the social media of types are are way out there to the left and they're going to do anything and everything against conservatives or anybody that represents conservatism and to get their own views their own more liberal views out there we're talking about you know every one of them and they've gotten to the point right now where they are a monopoly there's no it's almost incestuous the way these social media giants operate and if they think they're untouchable well think again think of standard oil thank a._t. and t. where they were monopolies at one time and they were broken up and to be honest with the i'll particularly you know like the see these kind of things but and the government getting involved but i think it's getting to the point right now where they had pushed the envelope just too far and there should be attempts to break them up yeah and again it's hard to argue that they have a monopoly because their competitor competitors out there they are just the best at what they do compare them engine yahoo and bing duck duck go whatever and it's just there's not a heck of are some other missoula is another browser out there that that you can't use google chrome but there's all sorts of issues here with these big tech companies first off there's the political censorship a question which were discussing here this morning secondly there's the privacy issue google which owns youtube they're now being investigated for violating child privacy laws with what they've done and then there's always the question of facebook has come under a lot of scrutiny for basically violating privacy of of it's you know folks so again because they're you know they're selling data and then these are free you know software or apps or whatever the case may be so that's how they're making money they're selling your data they're selling access to your life everything about your life you know what you shop for where you live how much you make it since a they're selling all of that and most americans are in a willingly handing it over and that's you know if you as long as you know that up front i then that's your decision to make i would say probably the vast majority of people don't know that in fact they scratch their heads and wonder why They can basically look at one thing, and all of a sudden, they got all these pop ups, you know. of the of the thing that you you you brought up the begin with it might be let's say a toyota car one of the next thing you know you got all these pop up ads for toyota automobiles the fact that they are selling data and using this for something more than just what you know communication with with each other Indicates to me that this is a much much bigger entity than than just communicating ideas with each other. i as i said i just think that they've gotten to the point along with amazon amazon's another one has gotten too big in fact they may be the primary example of getting so big that they are a monopoly five twenty nine and you can give us your thoughts as well four ten w._t._v._n. succeeded coming up next the president's slapping fresh sanctions on iran right now with an update on traffic.
"janai" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Janai Norman Facebook had less to cheer about on Thursday. The New York Times. Published an op Ed written by the companies co-founder calling on regulators to take strong action against the social media giant more from ABC, Sherry Preston. Chris Hughes says Facebook head Mark zuckerberg's influence on the entire world is staggering far beyond that of anyone else in the private sector or in government Hughes who is alongside sucker. Berg at Harvard. They invented Facebook goes on to say the government must hold Mark accountable. And it's time to break up the company. Facebook says you don't enforce accountability by breaking up a successful American company on Thursday, Amazon, founder and world's richest men. Jeff Bezos made a major announcement to the moon. We're going to build a road to space Jeff bass revealing plans to build the infrastructure for space travel and colonies space os introduced the blue origin blue moon. Lander a robotic space cargo carrier and land or with a proposed twenty twenty four launch date. It's time to go back to the moon. This time to stay human space travel will also become the norm. He says nothing except. Blue origin would send humans into space on the new shepherd a sub orbital tourist vehicle flat in twenty twenty one for the first time the colonies would serve as artificial planets bazo says which would help curb pollutants on earth, we will run out of energy on earth. This is just a risky tick. It's going to happen. Michelle. Franson ABC news. This week. First lady, Melania Trump celebrated the anniversary of her be best initiative. First lady, Melania, Trump speed best initiative is turning line. I'm very excited to announce be best an awareness campaign dedicated to the most valuable and.
"janai" Discussed on WTVN
"Stand Thursday against tax abatements that they say takes money out of the classroom. Teachers at Avondale elementary school here in Franklin ten say, they are working here with no full time school nurse. No full time school counselor. They say that is a major problem. But they also say the school would be able to afford more staff if the districted not agreed to so many tax abatements for big companies ABC six Lisa Ron Tulloch says the teachers specifically targeted cover my meds, which received an. Eighty million dollar tax abatement to build a new headquarters in Franklin all this as new contract talks continue between the teachers and the district Ohio health Forty-six million dollar plan for Marion General Hospital is now when action the project will eventually turn most rooms into private spaces and renovate the endoscopy unit. Developer say this changes important because Marion county has the highest rate of colon cancer in Ohio. The project is scheduled to be finished in two thousand twenty two house. Democrats are looking at what options they have in order to force the White House to comply with their subpoenas house intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff says when it comes to getting the administration to comply with their subpoenas. They're looking at all their options telling axios could find someone twenty five thousand dollars a day until they comply, and that will probably get their attention. He explained they'd be using the rarely used doctrine Congress's inherent, contempt power that could also allow for jail time. It'd be the first time in nearly a century the mechanism has been used, but it has been held on multiple occasions by the supreme court. He said the. Reason they may go that route they're going to delay things. And they are going to blame Democrats for how long the investigation has taken chords are also an option, and they'd urge their case expedited is not a guarantee. Serena Marshall, ABC news Washington. Uber has made its stock market debut and the company's IPO could make early investors. A lot of money with the asking price forty five dollars per share. Could mean that prices will go up, and that's because becoming public company means investors will now be more focus on earnings to this point has never made a profit the company lost one point eight billion dollars last year alone. So over will likely have to raise prices riders that means spending more money that is ABC's. Janai Norman req- chino. Stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour, thirty minutes past and as news breaks. The Rush Limbaugh show is up next. WTVN sports former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL quarterback. Tim tebow is in town this weekend. He'll be in the outfield for the Syracuse Mets as they play the clippers and the three game series at Huntington park. Cincinnati Reds will stay in the bay this weekend. They'll play the giants tonight. Cleveland Indians will take on the flex out in Oakland second round of the Byron Nelson. Some canyon the lead at fourteen under or years forward. Kevin Durant will miss game six Friday against the rockets. He's dealing with a mild calf strain, and we'll miss game seven if Houston wins tonight from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk. Eric resear- NewsRadio six ten WTVN bluecross. Blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. No matter who you are or where you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training. Former military medics to serve America to helping expectant mothers recovered from opioid dependence. We're investing community by community for the health of America. Learn more at BC BS progress health dot com. The Blue Cross Blue shield.
Months before shooting, parent warned Colorado school could be next 'Columbine'
"New developments emerging in the investigation of that deadly school shooting in Colorado ABC's. Janai Norman has details. The chaos of that stem school shootings in a school. We're learning that one parent warned about in events like this that anonymous parent calling to board of education months ago fearing, a repeat of Columbine at the stem school, the parent outlining serious issues like bullying and violence, saying some students are suicidal and violent and school and citing the high pressure environment apparent caller told the school board member she wanted to remain anonymous for fear. Her child would be expelled the school sued the parent for defamation in January four months before the
"janai" Discussed on KOMO
"Janai Norman MacKenzie base is waking up the fourth wealthiest woman on the planet. Jeff in the corner, please this after she and now ex husband Jeff Faso's CEO of Amazon record divorce settlement as they dissolved their twenty five year marriage MacKenzie will keep twenty five percent of their joint Amazon stocks with her share currently worth about thirty six billion dollars MacKenzie. Breaking the news on her brand new Twitter account writing grateful to finish the process of dissolving my marriage from Jeff with support from each other happy to be giving him all of my interest in Washington Post. And blue origin and seventy five percent of our Amazon stock plus voting control of my shares. She now ranks only behind Lori L heiress France wa Bettencourt Meyers Alice Walton, the WalMart family and Jacqueline badger Mars of the Mars candy family. Meanwhile, base still retains the title of world's richest person boasting net worth of more than one hundred ten billion dollars that you I met at a Manhattan hedge fund after Jeff graduated from Princeton their offices right next to each other through walls. I would hear him laughing that giant all day long. And it was it was totally love if they got engaged in just three months, married within six months moved to Seattle staying in this small home while launching Amazon raising their four kids base os posting his own statement about his ex wife on Twitter saying I'm grateful for her support. And for her kindness in this process. The news coming just three months after the former power couple I announced they were splitting up that. Ounce. -ment soon followed by explosive accusations in the National Enquirer about in affair between Faso's and Lauren Sanchez, the tabloid releasing intimate messages between the pair ABC's. Janai Norman new college admission controversy at Harvard. The school's investigating its longtime fencing coach over a questionable real estate deal involving the father of vents on the team. ABC's Paula ferris now with the story Harvard University finding themselves in the center of an admissions controversy homes. Former owner Harvard head fencing coach Peter brand he sold the house in two thousand sixteen at the time. It was valued at nearly five hundred fifty thousand dollars. But when it sold in may of that year for nearly one million dollars eyebrows were raised. It was very strange indeed for a house to sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars above market value. Local taxes tells ABC news that this transaction is not unusual the ball. Austin globe say the home was purchased by Jack O THEO of Eitan global communications both of his sons fencers on brands team Joe telling the Boston Globe, he acknowledged purchase may look suspect. However, it wasn't meant to help get his son into Harvard, adding with his family's ties to Harvard and his sons good grades. It's a no brainer. I don't have to do anything. All of this comes on the heels of the controversial operation bar city blues the scandal that has raised serious questions into the college admissions process for wealthy parents and their children Harvard University, which has not been linked to that scandal tells ABC news, there's a lot we still don't know. Adding the new allegations that came to light is against one individual regarding transactions that pertain to one family. We are now moving quickly to learn more about these claims through an independent review. It was a week ago. We told. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. For money and business update for you. Come on news by propel insurance from ABC. News Wall Street now.
"janai" Discussed on KOMO
"Janai Norman MacKenzie base is waking up the fourth wealthiest woman on the planet. Jeff in the corner, please this after she and now ex husband Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon reached a record divorce settlement as they dissolved their twenty five year marriage MacKenzie will keep twenty five percent of their joint Amazon stocks with her share currently worth about thirty six billion dollars MacKenzie. Breaking the news on her brand new Twitter account writing grateful to finish the process of dissolving my marriage from Jeff with support from each other happy to be giving him all of my interest in the Washington Post and blue origin and seventy. Five percent of our Amazon stock plus voting control of my shares. She now ranks only behind Lori L heiress Francoise Bettencourt Meyers Alice, Walton of the WalMart family and Jacqueline badger Mars of the Mars candy family. Meanwhile, base still retains the title of world's richest person boasting a net worth of more than one hundred ten billion dollars that you I met at a Manhattan hedge fund after Jeff graduated from Princeton their offices right next to each other through walls. I would hear him laughing that giant all day long. And it was it was totally love at first. They got engaged in just three months married within six months moved to Seattle staying in this small home while launching Amazon raising their four kids base os posting his own statement about his ex wife on Twitter saying I'm grateful for her support. And for her kindness in this process. The news coming just three months after the former power couple I announced they were splitting up that announcement soon. Followed by explode. Accusations and the National Enquirer about in affair between Faso's and Lauren Sanchez, the tabloid releasing intimate messages between the pair ABC's. Janai Norman new college mission controversy at Harvard. The school's investigating its longtime fencing coach over a questionable real estate deal involving the father of offense around the team. If he sees Paul ferris now with the story Harvard University finding themselves in the center of an admissions controversy homes. Former owner Harvard head fencing coach Peter brand he sold the house in two thousand sixteen at the time. It was valued at nearly five hundred fifty thousand dollars. But when it sold in may of that year for nearly one million dollars eyebrows were raised fate. It was very strange indeed for a house to sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars above market value. A local Texas tells ABC news that this transaction is not unusual. The Boston Globe say in the home was purchased. By Jack Zhao, THEO of I talk global communications both of his sons fencers on brands team Jau telling the Boston Globe, he acknowledged the purchase may look suspect. However, it wasn't meant to help get his son into Harvard, adding with his family's ties to Harvard and his sons good grades. It's a no brainer. I don't have to do anything. All of this comes on the heels of the controversial operation bar city blues the scandal that has raised serious questions into the college admissions process for wealthy parents and their children Harvard University, which has not been linked to that scandal tells ABC news, there's a lot we still don't know. Adding the new allegation that came to light is against one individual regarding transactions that pertain to one family. We are now moving quickly to learn more about these claims through an independent review. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news now for money and business update for you. If you come on news watch by propel insurance from ABC news, Wall Street now stocks closing broadly, higher.
"janai" Discussed on KOMO
"We hear more from ABC's. Janai Norman, the mother of a young boy is speaking out after her eleven year old son was charged with a misdemeanor for refusing to stand for the pledge of allegiance, according to charging documents. The sixth grader at a middle school. Jesse Tampa Florida wouldn't stand telling substitute teacher. He thinks the flag of this country is racist the substitute then confronted the boy that exchange outraging. The boy's mother decuir Talbot. My son go back to his homeland. He was confused. He was like, what do you mean? Africa say, yeah. After that, the confrontation continued with the substitute calling the school's student resource officer to the classroom. The boy initially refused to leave the SRO claims the child was crying saying I'm going to beat that teacher. And I'm going to get all of you fired. The boy's mother denies those claims to he was being treated like he was the one that is wrong. He's become ultimately the eleven year old was charged with misdemeanors including resisting an officer without violence. The school district reportedly says students are not required to stand for the pledge, but the substitute didn't know about that policy. The district is now looking into how teachers are trained and won't allow that substitute teach at the school again this never teach again, look, look, what the impact that has had my son and the school district says it respects shootings right to freedom of expression. The substitute won't be teaching in any of the district's schools again. School officials say it was the officer who decided to arrest that student in that no school officials requested that they press charges once again, that's ABC's. Janai Norman at the site of one of the world's greatest natural wonders, a he said, she said is developing over a potential health risk that thousands of people might have been exposed to ABC's. Jim Ryan says details coming from a self-described whistleblower. The Email went out to the twenty seven thousand employees of the National Park Service earlier this month, if you've been to the Grand Canyon museum collection building since two thousand you might have been exposed to elevated levels of radiation. Elston Stevenson, the safety health and wellness manager says three five gallon buckets of uranium or had been stored in that building since two thousand a spokesperson at the grand. Canyon says an investigation is underway that the buckets have been removed. Stevenson says he's been stonewalled in his attempt to alert the public. Jim Ryan ABC news Oscars are Sunday the race for the best picture still wide. Open more from ABC's. Jason nathanson. Usually by this time, we have a pretty good idea what film or films or the front runner for best picture, the Oscars. And that's because usually one of them is one a couple of the guild award..
"janai" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"So he tries to pick it up by the trigger and blows off a chunk of his own leg. Then they write a really Big Joe. Journalist joe. I'm good. Good. He blows off a chunk of his leg. And then everybody listeners said now is it a chunk, or is it a really biased mall small chunk, right, Dan, really big chunk? Okay. Hope the prisoner wrote. This was the like percent. Typing it as happening Hicks shit. All really big junk. Really big God that's a chunk of your guy with the gun. That's now gone off into his legs. Like, you just take the wheel for just a second. We're going to trade. Picturing chunk. You picturing like something that you can hold in your fingers like a small death there. Ball his entire balls entire calf got show. Like like, a like when I take a handful of pretzels. That's what I. Like a handful of pretzels of ones. Like when a shark bites through someone's calf. And there's just all that amount. Yes. Missing. The what I wish the writer would have said like a really big chunk picture Fisher the handle of fronts. Handful of pretzels at a party sized chunk of. That's the guy who who's the bad person the state. He then tries to jam the truck's transmission into park as it's hurtling down the highway heading out of the pride sheepdogs pride the Saskatoon. Yes. So click have you ever when we Janai did a trip across country or we had to drive four Toyota an MR to spider, convertible, all the way across the ten and then all the way up the night add promotional writing this job. So they said we're paying so it is pretty good. It was good. But they said do you know how to drive stick shift? And we just said, yes. And did we know how to drive the ship? No now, we had our friend come to Torrance with us in americ- Friedman who came to us, and he we got into the car, but then switched and let him drive it off the line because he knew how to do it. So there was a moment as we had a learn how to drive six before we're gonna take their precious car cross on. And the other thing about it is they will want us to film using their cameras. Yeah. A bunch of stuff throughout the day. And then they were gonna posted to this new thing called the internet, this align ninety nine and. And we like back when people didn't believe that Al Gore vetted it. Yeah. Right. That's how long ago, so so we would record and we'd have music on the radio because we just want to listen to like our CDs in this car, and we would send them hours of footage of us talking with this music in the background. And they're like we can't use any of that clear any of that music and reading are like well PSA. Meanwhile, we're in Phoenix, and we're driving on the ten and I'm like, I have we have to get off. And I not knowing took it from fifth to first rate to I. Sounded like we had stepped on a diet. Like literally stepped dog the car was like fuck, you smoking smoking, we stopped. So so I can only imagine when this guy your Phoenix. The good distance not knowing what you're doing. No idea pretty good, no idea. So he tries to the bad guy. Tries to jam the truck's transmission into park and hurtling down the highway heading out assess catoon, why was that his process the guy in the passenger seat figures just get out of here and just go park. Yeah. I do I make this situation. The guy in the passengers figures at this point one of three things is going to have the journalists. Write quote, all I could keep thinking was oh, God one of three things is going to..
"janai" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"More attuned to what she was about to say than some sort of contrived media, showcase like this was with proactive where then you just start to tune out because you feel like you're being played sidebar. I just wanted to say no that someone's probably taking this. I do think that like her stood if she was a serious acne sufferer, which she says, she was like, I don't think that it's like not I don't think it's trivial tab acne. And I do think that like if she was a serious acne suffer, and the whole idea was that she sharing some story about how acne ruined her life or made her like, you know, mentally unwell. That is serious. I'm not like side eyeing this. I'm just side eyeing the the general idea that like the idea of sponsorship today. Yeah. You know, I think we all need to be a little bit kind of with a raised eyebrow and take things a little bit with a grain of salt into your point, Jen like I think people need to be a little bit savvier about this stuff about. Yeah. Exactly quick question before we wrap this up. Who was the old proactive spokesperson that I do remember as a musician. I wanna say was Britney Spears that you shouldn't Timberlake. Oh, and they would show pictures of when they had acne when they were being shot by celebrity photos. And I was like well that seems. Real you know, how like it was like celebrities. They're just like us. But do you think that they did use Proactiv as former proactive user when I did have much worse acne than I do? Now, truly bad acne. That's the whole thing. It works. If you work and you've got to use it the micronized. Benzel approximate was like the only thing that worked for me their version of their face wash. Not all the whole lineup. Just the face wash Kozelsk would dry it out. So it actually really did what you have. But you have to use it consistently not light. So funny. Hey to the point that you think oh, I'm cured. But then you stop using it and then it comes right back. So I luckily got through that. And I actually think it's a great product. I think it's sort of doing a disservice to it to be honest. So I don't know what everybody else thinks tell us. Janai hair issue. Tell me all about it. It's been very pesky. And it's been bothering me. So I don't I would never say have frizzy hair. I know what frizzy hair looks like in don't think I have it. But at the top of my hair was the crown around the part line, my hair, which is like very kind of like its course. But it's thicker eight gets a little frizzy just around the part line. I would like it to do member. Like the game when you were little you would like rub a balloon like a party balloon up against the wall create some static and like put it on your head. I believe that was science class not a game. But yes, I do mister wizard or something like that like that you have Sadeq electricity issues. All the time is what you're saying. It's not static on my head. But like it's it just kind of like, it's not smooth. It's not like blow out smooth. And for those. Who can't see us, which is all of you just has straight hair rights. Here's textured or curly. I know it's probably less of an issue for people with curly textured hair. But when your hair straight, these things are even more obvious, right, right? It creates a textual inconsistency. So what are you gonna do about it? So I brought this up with a couple of different people and actually brought it up on Instagram stories, and some of you folks were really nice you sent me a ton of different tips. And some of them worked some of them didn't one of you guys had recommended the Christian s root touch wand. I try that the other day, I think user error used it onto hut too. High of a setting, and I think I created some more breakage. So definitely gonna try that again that one's like a tiny curling ironed that has a like a precaution. Her on it. So you can get really close like almost five millimeters away from your scalp regular curling iron you'd have to be further away..
"janai" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
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Police say there's video of alleged Kevin Spacey sexual assault
"Said lights out now. Critics are raving about escape it. Dan, Amora the show chronicling the infamous twenty fifteen prison break in upstate New York. That's already up for two Golden Globes, including best actress for Tricia, our cats dramatic transformation into prison worker. Joyce Mitchell and into anything wrong, but the real life. Joyce Mitchell is fighting back at the Showtime series calling director Ben Stiller Aligarh Mitchell, pleaded guilty to helping convicted killer, David sweat, and Richard Matt escape and was sentenced to seven years, please allow me to start. Sorry Mitchell claimed the end makes threatened to kill her husband. If she didn't help them admitting. She smuggled into inside hamburger meat, including hacksaw blades, chisels a punch and a screwdriver that Matt and sweat and used to cut their way through their cell walls. But in the series, then fifty one year old is portrayed as more of a willing co conspirator drawing Mitchell's, I are in a new interview with the New York Post in which she slam Stiller saying he doesn't care about the truth. All he cares about is making millions off me. He's an idiot. Mitchell takes particular exception to how the hit series depicts her having a sexual relationship with both inmates something she and sweat both denied, but Stiller is fighting back defending the series telling deadline. My guideline was to try and tell what I thought happened. She can dispute it, but the reality is she was kicked out of the tailor shop for inappropriate conduct for going in the back room with David sweat. The director told variety how he personally convinced New York governor, Andrew. Cuomo to grant permission to film at the Clinton correctional facility where the events took place, even filming at the actual manhole cover the inmates daringly escape through escape it down and was a real commitment for Ben Stiller as a director he devoted about a year of his life to filming the project in evidently in any of these true life true crime stories, they're going to be people that come and say, no, no, no, that's that's not my version of events. Ciller also said he was trying to tell the story as real and hopefully as entertaining as possible without exploiting, adding it can't be fun to be in prison. So seems like no love lost between those two ABC's. Janai Norman with the story. Some people are calling this next story Christmas day miracle a nine one one dispatcher helped save the life of a one year old child in Florida. The frantic call came in on Christmas day, a one year old had fallen in a pool in central Florida and had no pulse. A neighbor trying to perform CPR. Pump. And he doesn't know. Okay. Just tell him. I need him to lay him fight on his help is on the way. But the Orange County Fire rescue dispatcher waste new time. She starts instructing them on CPR over the phone. I need him to place his hand on his forehead the other hand under the neck and tilt the head back. Forehead and Nathan neck back. Closed and completely covering his mouth with your mouth and blow to. Into the lung moments later, gargling gurgling. Okay. But the boy wasn't in the clear
Democrat Andrew Gillum concedes Florida governor's race
"Could pick up more democrat Andrew gillum has ended his quest to become Florida's first black governor conceding a very close race. Janai a wanted to take a moment to congratulate Mr. Santa's on becoming the next governor of the great state of Florida Ulama ending his time as mayor of the capital Tallahassee next week as well. He says he will remain active
Obama Administration, ABC and Trump discussed on Howie Carr
"Will sue. The Trump administration they want to. Block the proposal the administration made today to roll back gas mileage, requirements for cars. Put in place during, the last administration the Obama administration required carmakers to nearly double the fuel economy standard passenger vehicles to an average of about fifty four miles per gallon by two. Thousand twenty five the Trump administration is moving forward to put that on hold the sets up a potentially nasty, fight with states including California that to set their own higher, gas mileage standards the acting chief of the, said this week the administration doesn't want federal standards to contradict states that want to require. Higher gas mileage and the goal is a. Fifty state, solution Karen, Travers ABC news. The White House the White House acknowledged today that Russia did interfere in the two thousand sixteen presidential election and is trying to do the same thing in, this year's midterms efforts are under way to provide cybersecurity assistance to state and local authorities and actions to investigate prosecute. And hold accountable those who Legally attempt to interfere in our political and electoral process for. A secretary Sarah Sanders it's day. Three of the first trial spawned by special counsel Robert Muller's Russia, investigation and we've. Learned a star witness, could soon take the stand prosecutors kicked off the day saying they have every intention of calling brick gates to testify in the case against Paul Manafort the one. Time Trump campaign aide who has already pled guilty to conspiracy and lying to federal authorities will testify as a, key witness ABC's Janai Norman in California the deadly car wildfire, now covers more than one hundred twenty thousand, acres but it is moving away from houses big news today for apple a company that. Was on the edge of bankruptcy in nineteen, Ninety-seven stock, was trading, for less than, a Bach but then came the iphone apple now valued at one trillion dollars as other tech stocks have been faltering apple is setting record ABC's Alex stone, at the close on Wall Street stocks are mixed you're listening to ABC news Walgreens has good news for anyone managing. Diabetes we've Got your back that's right.
Flight loses cabin pressure, sending more than 30 to hospital, police say
"The new test is designed to improve soldier physical readiness and reduce injuries the army says the new fitness test is gender and age neutral well there's good news about the coach young soccer players rescued from a flooded cave in thailand is making a strong recovery the public health minister giving an update on their progress saying they're gaining weight physically active and could be released as soon as thursday in a video the boys thanked people around the world for their concern and said there's no longer need to worry doctors are now focused on the mental health of the team warning them to limit media exposure to avoid ptsd symptoms the twelve boys in their soccer coach recovering well and they're eager to eat their favorite comfort foods after their expected discharged from the hospital this week the group has regained much of their weight of doctors are concerned the boys especially their coach may feel guilt or shame about what happened nearly three dozen airline passengers were hospitalized after their flight from ireland to croatia took a sudden plunge abc's janai norman speaks with some of the passengers about their harrowing experience air flight f r seventythree twelve apparently losing cabin pressure rapidly descending more than twenty eight thousand feet in less than ten minutes rocks and brownlee describe what it was like children crying and shouting mommy am i gonna die where oxygen masks on and the plane has just plummeting the flight making an emergency landing in frankfurt germany thirtythree passengers had to be hospitalized many people were treated for burst eardrums but no serious injuries were reported ryanair says it will pay for hotels for affected customers but there there is a shortage of accommodations we'll salem is sprucing up its witch trials memorial after some people have complained that it's starting to look shabby just one year after it was unveiled about a dozen young trees at the memorial for nineteen people who were hanged at proctor's legend sixteen ninety two have died and the area is overgrown with weeds city officials say they plan to replace the dead trees with one's better suited for the terrain a bill aimed at helping the state adapt to climate change while protecting natural resources and investing in.
Albuquerque, Illinois and Arson discussed on Dean Richards' Sunday Morning
"A fatal shooting by chicago police officers set off protests in the south shore neighborhood yesterday chief of patrol fred waller said the man was confronted by police who suspected he was armed he pushed fat put your hands away flailing and swinging swinging away trying to make his escape and as he was making escape meets his weapon those who knew the man said he had a concealed gun carry permit several officers injured during that violence after the shooting and that investigation continues late word from new mexico three people are dead over twenty two injured after a bus and three other vehicles crashed on interstate twenty five north of albuquerque authorities do not know if the three killed were bus passengers it's also unclear if the bus involved was a tour bus or where it may have been headed president trump is on his way to finland for a summit with russian president vladimir putin is playing has left glasgow scotland it's a three hour flight to the finnish capital helsinki president trump and his wife alania spent the weekend at its golf resort in turnberry scotland twentythreeyearold oregon woman missing for several days was found alive this weekend after her car plunged nearly two hundred hundred feet off a cliff abc's janai norman reports hikers spotted angela hernandez knew the wreckage on friday i think he'll say she used the radiator hose from her car to get water in a nearby stream to say hydrated that's how she managed to survive being stranded on the side of a cliff for seven days she is still recovering in the hospital and the incident took place in the big sur area outside monterey california four children and three adults managed to escape arson fire at our home in harvey last night authorities say someone threw a molotov cocktail into the home near winchester in honore shortly after midnight no injuries reported a new roof an air conditioning system a new entrance and a visitor center all included in the renovation of the illinois governor's mansion a privately funded roughly fifteen million.
WORLD: News in brief - The Morung Express
"All of new wbz news time is twelve eighteen it's eighty one degrees and mostly cloudy in boston good afternoon i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now a weymouth police officer is in critical condition after being shot several times early this morning the suspect who is in custody crashed his car then fled on foot and shot at police as he was being chased president trump is now on his way to finland for tomorrow scheduled summit with russian president vladimir putin the president and white house officials are downplaying the meeting saying not to expect any major results the trump administration is ramping up its efforts to reunite children were there undocumented parents this comes ahead of a court deadline which is less than two weeks away nearly three dozen airline passengers were hospitalized after their flight from ireland to croatia took a sudden plunge abc's janai norman speaks with some passengers about their harrowing experience ryanair flight f r seventythree twelve apparently losing cabin pressure rapidly descending more than twenty eight thousand feet in less than ten minutes roxanne brownlee describe what it was like my children crying case shining mommy am i gonna die where oxygen masks on and the plane has just plummeting the flight making an emergency landing in frankfurt germany thirtythree passengers had to be hospitalized many people retreated for burst eardrums but no serious injuries were reported ryanair said it would pay for hotels for affected customers but that there was a shortage of accommodations big changes are coming in physical training for army soldiers cbs's jim krasula has that the army is changing its physical fitness test after three decades it will phase out situps pushups in a daily two mile run a new combat fitness test will simulate soldiers lifting heavy objects similar to amion mission boxes or wounded.
Durango, California and Thailand discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"To the high chateau fire burning intel or county residents of the panorama and ranch resort subdivisions were allowed to go back home yesterday that fire has burned about fourteen hundred acres seventy five percent containment and improving news just in from the four sixteen fire north of durango while that fires burned about fifty four thousand acres that containment on it has now gone up to forty five percent and firefighters say they're close to achieving their objectives in fighting it the cost of fighting that wildfire now approaching twenty nine million dollars to northern california there's a huge fire burning near napa valley the county fire northern california burning through eighty six thousand acres thousand homes and buildings threatening twenty five hundred people evacuated firefighters gaining some ground but still battling those dangerous winds and brutal heat abc's will car reporting the race is on in thailand against the weather to try to rescue those twelve trap boys in the flooded caves crews are trying to pump the caves out build a dam but heavy rain is in the forecast and it could undo all their progress abc's james longman says some of the boys are being taught how to swim it's really a difficult thing for anyone to learn how to do but this is not just a tunnel this is a deep dark passageway much of which isn't just swimming underwater it's rock climbing suggesting is the each boy would come along one by one with a professional navy seal to come along long passageway but so much of it you can't swim to by two you've got to do it on your own bad news monsoon storms are expected in thailand by the end of the week and rescuers say they need to get the boys out before the cave becomes fully flooded the president heads to great falls montana today it's a state he won by twenty points in two thousand sixteen thursday afternoon president trump will rally support for republican candidates in montana we've recently seen the president campaigning for republicans at rallies it seemed more like his own campaign rallies look at the victories we've had when he arrives in great falls president trump is expected to talk tax cuts in illegal immigration and already protests are also expected abc's janai norman reporting montana democrat senator jon tester is quote unquote welcoming the president is state with some tongueincheek ads testers thanking the president for signing several bills that he himself had sponsored nine zero six up.
G7 allies confront Trump with trade numbers in tense G7 summit
"Good afternoon i'm gene wexler and by now you've heard the news that broke this morning cnn host anthony bourdain found dead in his hotel room in france at sixteen one years old c n n's brian stelter says he committed suicide his series parts unknown has won almost every award possible he loved producing the series traveling the globe talking with people about life and love and death fourteen was working on an upcoming episode of parts known his suicide comes just days after fashion designer kate spade hung herself into new york city apartment recent numbers show more americans die each year from suicide from car crashes over the president trump canada for the g seven summit with some of our biggest allies abc's janai norman says it could be tense with those recent tariffs on steel and aluminum us is already at odds with allies on issues like climate in iran french president emmanuel macron tweeting the american president may not mind being isolated but neither do we mind signing a six country agreement if need be at washington watchdog jamie pre says it doesn't seem to be that doesn't seem that the president even wants to be there after trading barbs with the leaders of france and canada this week you can tap the jamie dupree button nina are app to read the full story and of course the president sound a singapore next week for his plan summit with north korean dictator kim jong un a lot of our listeners are asking us why the pulse lawsuit against the city and police is being filed now it's been two years since the pulse nightclub shooting and they're just now doing.