17 Burst results for "Jogesh"

"jogesh" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:30 min | 7 months ago

"jogesh" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news on trial snyder. President trump still not conceding defeat in the presidential election. But he is hinting at the possibility that he will not be in the white house next year. He delivered his first public remark since joe biden was declared the winner by major news organizations last week speaking during an event in the rose garden where he gave an update for kron virus vaccine. Ideally we won't go to a lockdown. I will not go to this. Administration will not be going to a lockdown. Hopefully the the Whatever happens in the future. Who knows which administration will be. I guess time will tell president speaking there. As a nation sets records for confirmed coronavirus cases saying a vaccine will ship in a matter of weeks to vulnerable populations of the food and drug administration has not yet been asked to grant necessary. Emergency approvals are trump nor joe biden have any public appearances on their schedules. Today but biden is expected to meet with advisers about the transition. He's pressing ahead. Despite trump's refusal to concede president trump supporters expected together in washington dc today to show support for his refusal to admit defeat in the presidential election. Police say a dozen or so groups will be hosting demonstrations in the nation's capital rallies are also planned in several other states including michigan's capital as michelle george polo reports from member station w. k. a. r. in east lansing. Their rally is planned in lansing michigan in support of president trump in verifying every vote for president in the seat protesters alleged without evidence that election officials in detroit use illegal practices like not allowing republican challengers into the building wind county volts. Those allegations are disputed by officials including secretary of state jocelyn benson. This rally comes. On the heels of michigan circuit court judges decision there rejected claims of fraud in detroit and denied republicans requests to stop election canvassing and certification in wing county for npr news. I'm michelle jogesh polo in lansing. Virginia among the states imposing new rules at containing the corona virus estate broke its daily record for daily corona virus infections on thursday. Emily allen is with west. Virginia public broadcasting west virginia has had an executive order in place for face coverings and social distancing since july but now republican governor jim justice is issuing a stricter order calling on businesses to better enforce mask wearing indoors. You.

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"jogesh" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"jogesh" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"So they're all being. Was there painted up. I would say like kiss right there. The whole thing they're white rappers. They are kind of Grungy chubby their songs are about. Sometimes death my weird stuff right. Might you have pretty weird stuff And so like a lot of like horror. What year is two thousand four? That really. I'd say before that I I. I remember hearing that but I didn't know who saying that. I didn't really even try to research. Who's saying that? And they were very independent but they made a lot of money Last year PSYCHOPATHIC. A record label may more than ten million dollars last year. They have the gathering of the Juggle lows a three day festival. It's been going on for almost twenty years. Jogesh shook his head like he knows big Fan. Cheap I researched the what. What's the thing it's like? Everyone Paints up like clowns festival US and they spray soda in each other really. Yeah so that bones. Extra I don't know enough about them to give them a rating 'cause I never ended them enough to not be into them. I don't know anything about all the rest of we were so exposed to. We could hate them or love them. I'M GONNA give it a I my number a incomplete because I don't really have exposure to them. I would know you know what I know. The most from his Howard Stern they were gonNA show alternate really And interviews that he likes him liked him as people. I don't know he liked music. He's there were nuts. Yeah Limb Biscuit. Ooh That's a good one eleven..

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"jogesh" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

Yeah, But Still

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on Yeah, But Still

"Them one day. And then you're just you have all that money and like, didn't have a normal childhood Jogesh c dark reboot. Yeah, I mean yeah she lays me very weird. She needs. You star her breakdown at eight. Yes, you can't really pool like Miley Cyrus. Early. Yeah. Turn into an adult and then. Yeah. Because it's like it's not. Yeah, it's, it's fucked like, at least, like Hannah Montana was for like tweens, but they were the differences, like they were acting. Yeah. It's not acting correct. Like this is on scripted. Yeah. Go to go to Google image really live. This footage OJ. I saw her. The reason why I know about is video of her babysitting northwest. I just was needed to know what was going on there, and she's who she is personality. By the way, I even scare brought up north west. So do want to address adults who post photos of a celebrity child post photos of north west, and are, like, the, this is me. Like photos of yet. North me like, well, big mood. Yeah. That's a stranger's child says. Yes. Literally never dressed to that good. Maybe this is that's bonkers that is this is a. Oh, yeah. I she has to be on all the time. Yeah. I think back to when I was sixteen. And yeah that's really being on camera. Kid be like, oh my gosh. I'm so excited. Yeah. Snap into that I. Parodies her. What's that? I hope the new the new all that. Really smart? Bringing right on that show. Bring him back all that. Quinta. The needs of comedy. We know people, I know people will miles. Come come mom, and I was highly offended, but I was like, okay, the kids. No, I couldn't because I had to I wanna shot at the old that writers. Really? Yes. I mean, it's so you guys it's going to be so cute. Also, can we talk about all the grown as people who are mad at it. Deuce looks sped. Oh my God. This looks so bad. This looks like it's for kids, it is for kids. Well, that's what I hate about any sort of, like, whenever they bring back like a an old cartoon. Yeah. Or anything like just nineties nostalgia, in general, is like a fucking disea-. I agree. When people are like, I like court tunes were so much about her when I was a kid. Yeah. They were making your for you. Child for you children's cartoons. Now, they suck. My.

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"jogesh" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Come on. It's amazing. When you look back at Kennedy, you know, just passed away at ninety six. Henry block, you know, that as a ex-minister H&_R block. It's exactly right and wild because I read head read his stories life story. And he and his brother he was the guy the pitch man and television commercials and using hospice care, but they built this info, they didn't business and industry. There was really no industry like this. Because I think the government at that point was also helping people do their taxes for for free, which they should be doing today, except that all these tax preparation. Businesses have lobbing, and they don't want the government to help us do their taxes and their pitch was don't face the tax laws alone. So he was born in Kansas City in nineteen twenty two. His father was a prominent lawyer. This comes into play later on his mother was a homemaker who read philosophy and whose ancestors were among the first pioneers to settle Kansas. So I'm guessing that they had some point the reason I say that is because when he started the business in this crack me up, which is why I'm talking about it. He noticed the speed of the guy who taught it car. Harvard was talking about arguing about the importance of small businesses. To help after the postwar American economy, and he envisioned starting his own firm. So twenty four years old. He was a stockbroker with five thousand bucks back, then it's a lot of money barred from great aunt in New York City, he and his older brother established the United business company and a storm office that they rented for fifty bucks a month. Okay. The great aunt. Is Kate Wollman who lived in the walled off of story hotel. So you have to have major coin and donated the woman ice skating rink that was later furbish by Donald J Trump's of the connection here. So they soon landed bookkeeping John's, but growth was slow. So he took out a help wanted ad. This is this is I've read this three times make sure it was right? He took a help wanted ad to find someone to replace his brother when his brother left to go law school it drew a response right to help. On response. Mother who suggest the team up with his younger brother graduated to school. Wait a minute. You put an ad in the paper and your mother. And hire your brother hired, the brother, they launched the service. The built the service and the company has about twelve thousand tax offices in the United States and other countries. It used to have revenues more than three point one billion it prepared twenty three million tax returns in twenty eighteenth. Pretty amazing in nineteen sixty two the only two hundred six offices and. The shares were four dollars each or about thirty four dollars today. But amazing he retired in nineteen seventy one. He had come about cancer. And he became big time philanthropist one another backstory that, but the the interesting thing is your mom really have the answer an ad in the paper. Don't you? See your mom. Mom knows. What's going on? Is that you mum. Okay. Thank you very much. The other thing that's watching. Now that fascinating in Jogesh reminded me we had the calls junior people in here a couple months ago for one of the Subaru live studios. I think was with Jason Alexander and Wayne night, maybe that night and the beyond burger because they're all pushing now to do a meatless meatless burgers because it will save the planet because the grow grow beef to do beef in and take care of the fields in the grass and the the the amount of effort energy expend the amount of water that's needed. They're all looking for plant based vide- burgers. This thing. I gotta tell you. It's a bit expensive. But the beyond burger when you cook it up it actually believes they put a diner some kind of natural food looks like it's a burger that's being made a grills up pretty normally. And it looks like a girl burger and is more protein sodium calories and fat compared to normal burger. But it was really it was really really good. What she had to let us the tomato ketchup man, it I couldn't in a blind taste. I probably couldn't tell the difference. And it supported by a Bill Gates in a lot of other big time folks beyond meat wants to shake up the forty eight trillion dollar global meat industry by creating palatable alternates, it's got a lot of hype from vegetarians meters. Although the one thing I can't my daughter does too. Does anybody here take photos of the food? You know, aren't you? Don't take of your food Joe dozen in era. Please don't tell me take pictures food. She's not answering machines if she probably does I don't get that. I if you eat an egg a potato, I don't. The see that I know in again potato looks like if you haven't soup in and Meatloaf. Oh, okay. I don't understand what other people get from that seeing that you just had Meatloaf and soup in what world does that mean? Anything to anybody who has followers. I get if you're going to gourmet places maybe, but these average restaurants folks in there. They're not talking in their their photoaging, their foods and whenever move. I also went to a vegetarian restaurant 'cause my daughter's vegetarian, and I gotta tell you. It may have looked like sushi, but it wasn't may have looked like Meatloaf. But it wasn't everything was kind of like mushy and highly seasoned they have highly season it because it's plant based. But man, I could not I could not take that. That's the only time as a matter of fact, I photographed my because I wanted to send a picture to my daughter, but man, people sitting restaurants taking pictures of just cracks me up because who were they sending who's going. Oh my God. He had a potato. Hey, your son out of potato, aren't you? Aren't you proud? He managed to get it in his mouth and sour cream shines and saw them in an amazing. Oh, he just ordered Meatloaf too. That pictures coming shown..

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"jogesh" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"And then trade for another with other assets rather than signing two. Well, and you and I both feel like the clippers. Have the best trade package out of anybody? If a D has to go this summer, right? The the pack would be it'd be Gallinari. It would be shade. Jogesh Alexander the unprotected Miami pick, and I think you have to put heroin. Ironically. I think that's the trade. And I think that's a really good trade for New Orleans now, whether they whether that trade makes them a little too competitive, I don't know. But if all of those things are on the table, then a team like the Celtics would have to put every draft pick. They have Tatum and smart to try to trumpet will immense. The fascinating thing about this little run for the clippers is the these assets these players are showing how valuable they can be to another team if so if David Griffin new GM of the pelicans looks at the pelicans, and he values guilt Alexander over Tatum. Well, it's going to be tougher Boston overcome that unless unless they do throw all their picks on the table. And you know, what maybe they will. And maybe they should right and unite don't think in the Knicks or the other team, you think the? Lakers would be number four right now for who has the most assets to get him with Ingraham's health up in the air. Yeah. I mean, it's going to be it's gonna be tough for the Lakers of that Ingram variable. If he's healthy, if there's then maybe they have a chance, but I I have a hard time putting the Lakers higher than third or fourth. But there's always a surprise team though. Right. Like right now, it's still hard to rank them. Right. Yeah. A team like the nuggets if let's say the nuggets lose to the Spurs in the first round and they're feeling pressure this off season. Maybe they're like, let's put Jamal Maury on the table with with other assets in a trade for Anthony Davis, and maybe that's more appealing. Maybe that leapfrogs over some other teams. Yeah. In the sweepstakes. There's always surprise team that could enter the sweepstakes. Well, if they're going to try to trade your mom Murray. Don't send the game one tape. Let's go quickly of four minutes left. Don't speed round Houston. Golden stay right now gun tear had taken Houston me too. I can't believe it. But I really I really think they're going to beat the warriors. And I gotta say catching them down round two right after the bogey injury helps them. Could work out. Yeah. That was the talk. They're a little bit in flux. Ben Simmons you wrote about him today. We saw the worst. Ben Simmons a game one. We saw the best of him in game two. He's attacking the rim really really really aggressive. The nets. Never worn. Stand in front of him. They didn't learn any of the lessons that they had from game. One. Is this just who Simmons's for next couple years of his career where he's really really up on game really down the next game..

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"jogesh" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"Oh, he's just a little brother that would take you off a little bit. There's some jealousy there. And I don't blame him. Yeah. So that would be that'd be fun. So again, your team is Steph Lillard Harris, Dirk Kemba, I got Booker healed Middleton set curry Danny green also picked because I want to root for me. This is probably his last. I am see he hasn't announced his retirement hasn't really rooting for to know. He has he said he's done waiter. Okay. After I know Wade said, I'm not sure of Dirks did. So we're also looking at the skills challenge man and the players involved. We got Tatum we got vich. We got coups MMA trae young we got joke. It's we got lucrative chew centers in the skills challenges. Impressive Darren FOX, Mike Conley wrap it up. So all right. So the skills challenge I picked I I took Luca Danni sich. And then you went with FOX. And then you went with joke. It. Time like that pig probably be my next pick. And then I went with Tatum. And then I went with Conley Tena was my next pick to Conley. Because I needed a point guard like, you know. Yeah. Link up there in age, which is a little name age. He's not the same easy used to be. Well, you know, I went with Luca was my rookie Tatum was my second year. I needed a veteran presence on the team. Right. I want with calmly you went with kouzmines. So you got that youthful exuberance on your team to any of tree on you easily the youngest team if we're looking at it usually this is the youngest team advantage though in this situ, which is my last one. So I wanted I was thinking about getting usage, but I was like I can't have two centers. I think one centers enough, and I picked the probably most let it center in Jogesh who is averaging triple doubles, basically right now, I'm being averaging, but he's getting them on constant basis. Have you seen impassable? It's gorgeous joke. It is great. That's That's it. it. There's FOX win. I think my only problem with Joe is taking to get to where you pass the ball. You know, you have to do the dribbling in between. That's like my only issue with that other than that. It's fun. But he's may sometimes these screw up because they like take a bad dribble or where I feel like he's very careful. You know? Yeah. Joe is arguably the best pastor Senate passing center in the league. Yeah. For sure. He's he's throws any throws it from the full core passes to they're beautiful. Yeah. He's a rate. Yeah. So we'll see who wins that. I'm looking forward to that the dunk contest. I don't really wanna talk about to be honest. Nobody there's no none. No offense any of them. But just you're not the names that we look at as big time dunkers if it was like, let's say LeBron. And who else is a big done flash user flashy dunker in the NBA nowadays. Anyways. Which would be like Terrence Rawson there since one Deng put him over the top. I mean like the biggest name that wanted dunk. Contest recently is like Blake Griffin. And that wasn't that big of a name. But it was like he was he was he was high up in the rankings at the time of popularity. So that one made sense there's been not a lot of big hype names when it comes to the dunk contest. And it's very unfortunate. Yeah. For sure it's it's a. It's thing of the past. Honestly, the rid of it. I don't think anyone would really fight it. I will be honest with though, I was never big dunk contest fan. Even like when it was good. I mean, it's cool. But like for me, there's just like there's only so many dunks. You can do you know, like they just kind of get what about between the legs traced between leagues twice three sixty. Yeah. Sure. That's cool. I mean, I get it. But at the end of the day where like owed who did he jump over? Oh, oops, jump in the air to a front flip..

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"jogesh" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Time the women's thought to think about what they could do to make their own voices, HUD. An International Women's Day. They organized a much in the camps. A peaceful protests to highlight what they went through my mom. It said that Cullen ISA found a voice by giving a speech. Farina women who were raised in a very conservative tradition. This was really incredible traditionally women on even allowed to raise the voices. Let's give speeches in public. And it was then that they name themselves. The shunt Mahinda the peace woman as a group they decided to petition the Bangladeshi Prime Minister we've help from aid because the eventually sent the prime minister list of twelve months Kooning for better treatment for the Ranga people. They asked for the right to return home to me in mar to be given citizenship. They also demanded Justice for the wrongs done to them to further their cause the women of Shanti Mahela also decided to share their stories some of the most powerful testimonies came from new Japan teenage daughter, minora night company, set known as a community to she invited us to show that talk about these testimonies. Okay. So we're going to Dan's Place. Just as we got there. It started to pour with rain camp was rapidly turning into a sea of tan-colored mud. Her shelter was leaking. Jalen lives in this dark and damp shelter with her two daughters. They say, they're the only survivors of their entire family is believed that changing circumstances back in my Ma they had a good life minorities to have fun shopping with friends like teenagers everywhere, then in the summer of twenty seventeen the Myanmar. Army attacked their village minora says she ran in hidden a rice, Patty, she stayed the days when minora was finally rescued. She learned that both her father and brother had been killed in the attack. Nurjahan survived but she says a long scar on her stomach came from that day. Many people in the camp Beth physical scars from my muscle ges. Many of the women were raped Nurjahan tells us about children being gang raped and about pregnant women being raped with bamboo sticks. Some are rumors, but she says she knew other victims personally. Oh, when I remembered this kind of things what happened with us in Myanmar. I cannot control myself, even I don't know how we can tolerate this things and more. If I tell you all the things what happened with us evil die. You cannot control yourself and one point. She starts talking about revenge about all the things should do to the people who hurt Ranga goes and women who hurt her and her family. Him cruelly end and eat his meat roll meet. It's clear that women like, you, Hon, experienced horrible things. It's also clear that the family hasn't been able to heal all. hustler critically. Testimony is big had eight has compiled all of the testimonies given by the Hedda imposs- them onto a human rights laugh. He's been figuring out. If the women have a case against the government of mama, this food, I traveled to the Netherlands to the Hague whether women's testimonies of being processed at the international criminal cooked, the ICC there, I met with human rights lamb, Wayne Jordache who took the shunt him head his case. He I had about them in twenty eight teen at the time. He was already thinking about what was happening. My mom. I'm wondering if amounted to genocide gender soy is very specific crime which requires verse specific intent even that we were fed to genocide a lot is actually legal Tom an encode it setting this very hard to prove. In fact, there are very few cases that legally amounts genocide, which is strictly defined as the woeful destruction of a group after reading the testimonies Jogesh full, they might have a case he wanted. Include the stories of sexual violence, even the in the past sexual violence hasn't been included in genocide cases, the Mon who prosecuting and investigating these crimes were blindly prioritizing of the crimes above gender-based violence and sexual violence because they were men because they didn't understand Jordache wants to build his case on those accusations. If the case goes forward, this'll be the best time claim of genocide is based not just on mad, but also mass sexual violence in the spring of twenty teen. He filed the case with international criminal coat, and then Hindustani Mehanna awaited. It took months for the quotes respond..

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"jogesh" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Welcome back to the GMC sports podcast. We were finishing up our NBA talks. And we were hype we were hyping up. What was going to what we're talking about tween, the jazz and the nuggets and well things got a little heated. Okay. Maybe very heated. Okay. Brawl happens. Not abril. I just close enough NBA. Yeah. You know, which means nothing happened. Yeah. Well, unless it was in the palace too soon. No, it's been a long time. Has it was it doesn't four spent a lot of in a long long time since the mouse at the palace. It's still it's still it's like, yeah. It feels like yesterday on those because now people still talk about it today. Really? I feel like it's been like twelve years it. Well, yeah. Is been twelve years, but it's an expression feels like yesterday. Yeah. I know because I remember that will watching that game. When it was the news is breaking about that incident. This one was obviously just two guys pushing and shoving, but it kinda got as laid over the fact that everyone's heard a pile in and break them up like it was like their stabbing each other. Not to be loss. Of course. You also sorry, but I forget who was in the fight. But I remember someone going after someone else's throat. Definitely Plumbly plumber. That's right. He was going after his throat which was like Derrick favors or the two players. It looked like he was trying to choke slam favors. But like grabbed his arm and kept pulling them like, I don't know what that was all about is kind of favors instigating it. No. To me, it looks like favors. I mean, he definitely goes out of his way to bump Plumlee. But Plumbly like overreacted my opinion. I don't know what was said that we don't know the words we know that they're talking trash, but we don't know what they're saying. Like, I know there was a little Plum, we gave him a little elbow after the shot and everything, but you didn't need to grab his arm and just throw him to the like, what do you think he's going to respond with? He's not gonna react. I'm sorry. But like, you can't you can't add a push within you can't retaliate from like a push or a show with another push because that's just going to lead to stuff, and this is likely what happened. Yeah. Both ways rejected two forty six left in the first quarter pushing shoving talking. Now, there's in issue if joke it might get suspended because he came off the bench. He took a couple steps on the court. So I guess by the definition of the rule they can suspend him even though he didn't actually go like he stepped on. But he realized his mistake. I hate that rule. I think the NBA should not suspend him because he didn't get involved. Like he realized what he did. I reaction was go out there in the news. Like, oh, I know better than this. I understand. But if you get involved, I understand this suspension, but if you step onto the court that should not be a suspension that is the most like that that is affected playoff games. I hate that rule. That's the one the main rules. I think should have been changed as soon as Adam silver became Commissioner. Because that was that's an that's big by the jazz who don't have a tough schedule all the of the easiest schedule after this season. And they beat probably the best team left. NBA tv. Twitter Gramley make a grammar error in their post about the game. They said though, the nuggets came up shot said a short. Oh, I see. It's a Freudian slip. I know, but it's like shouldn't you see that in immediately ended it. Yeah. Yeah, they overlooked it because it made sense to put the word shot, you know, came up shot, whatever I thought it was funny. Jogesh again had a monster performance twenty eight points, twenty one rebounds. If it's not for James Harden's, dominance, he would be up there in voting for MVP, and my opinion, he's certainly having one of the best. I think I would say top five seasons like MVP season. Is this coming to know where to you? Or did you expect to you this coming?.

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"jogesh" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"On trade kyri for Anthony Davis because they can't they can't have both on the roster of the season are allowed to so they wait until the summer, blah, blah, everything we just said about all these players left Kyrie everybody wants to play with Kyrie points to the fact that like if they think they have a shot at Anthony Davis. I think they need kyri to. To be in play for that too. For that to be a thing that is appealing. Anthony davis. So complicated. I wonder what would happen if Doc Rivers called them right now and said, we'll trade you shade Jogesh Alexander in the Bobin and me Los expiring for Kyrie right now. Whoa shape. What just happened? I thought you were just going to call the Bobin the when I thought you were just gonna call them the think I was trying to think could they turn kyri into assets to go make the power play for Anthony Davis right now 'cause you can't trade for Dave's until July. I don't know. I'm just thinking about I don't think I don't think I've had a goodly been able to explain how upset I about the Celtics. Thank you that one form ext me. I just got flummoxed for a second there with the moment. You said the bowl bond starts on me, Los expiring. I know. I know there was did you see Boba and riding around on the RV last night. No, I think it was. I think it was last night. I don't know. I was watching the clippers pelicans game this morning and one one of the commercial breaks, they when they came back from commercial. There was a shot of Boll Bon riding around the bowels of the clippers arena on and RV where it looks like he looked like a children's RV Boba was on it. But it was as Ralph Lawler clarified irregular-sized RV. Let's talk hard and really quick. He's up to last time on your podcast which was nine weeks ago. But actually was six. Days ago. I talked about the thirty three point club. He's now at thirty four point eight since then which the thirty five point club is wilt five times, Jordan, Rick Perry. Kobe Bryant has not happened since two thousand six I don't even think you said this on my part. I think you said the son with Joe house the next day because I listened to that one. Anyway, we're getting into podcast Musha. Oh, it you're right. I we didn't talk about this at my bad. I'm sorry. I love you equally two thousand nine thousand nine hundred compared to two thousand six Kobe compared to nineteen eighty eight Jordan. It's really funny. So these are like the three great shooting guard performances. Just the typically the last thirty years, right? Jordan thirty five game. Didn't shoot threes. Two zero point six three three point field goals a game made thirteen percent of them. But still was able to get to thirty five because he shot fifty four percent. Twenty four field goals a game ten enough thrust. Kobe now six people are starting to take threes. More.

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"jogesh" Discussed on JKNews

JKNews

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on JKNews

"Jogesh sushi men if you guys. Ever like film were docu- documentary series dreams of sushi was the one that put like docu series on the map that can be done cinematic. Yeah, that's true. It was because I love documentaries. Yeah. All the time. But the ones I was used to just like on the history channel or just like the basic National Geographic kinda shit. You know, there's this other one on Netflix that has to do with a socket. Have you seen that one? There's no words in it though. Not really, and you just walks poison called in soccer or some shit. Like, it looks like it's all visuals right fest. Same shit meticulous as fuck on. God damn these people do like this is fucking stock. I mentioned, but I guess that's why it tastes good. And that she gets pretty pricey to. Yeah. I mean, I think it's it comes from the culture of like, you know, back in the day where your family had a trade in something in. It's like that was your livelihood. Like like, if you guys were beat farmers, then that's it. Right. You just do beets. And then like, maybe your kids will open up a bakery. See that specializes in beats and then like you create this empire, which your family around beet farming or some shit. So like, it's the same thing where like in sushi like you hear Jiro students us you hear a story. He was dead fucking broke. You know, like he was like an orphan pretty much. Yeah. Hewing? No sushi that's his survival. Like he has to be the best in doing that. And then there's we don't really have like we don't really look down on jobs. People don't go like, oh, why working at McDonalds or anything like that? So like everybody is kind of doing their job to the best of their ability in. It's like we'll need janitors. Yeah. So it's like, yeah. It's it's very different from like America where you like look at people at work fast, food, or or WalMart, or whatever you kinda look down on them. We don't. But like a lot of people here do all you want work that job because she's a pen have like their minimum wage is actual a living working wage. Right. Like, if you work at a house, you could actually get a place and live, okay? Well, I mean in the city, it's no matter where you go. It's kind of it's it's expensive like you're not living. But like as far as living standards as a country goes, you're not living in poverty at all. Yet. They're socialized medicine. There's like like in Tokyo though, like you're living in a box. But that's the same in like New York and shit like that right up. But yeah, you can you can live a decent life. Compared to the rest of the world yet..

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"jogesh" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I'm simply using this example to say to you that there are people like that everywhere who may have been historically democrat voters on a number of issues that perceive the Democrats as fighting for the working, man. And now, they see Trump out there with this shield of self perceived invulnerability going out and taking on the rules in general. Here's a perfect example on the Trump side of what I mean. This nationalism thing that's going on right now. Lisa gentleman, the term nationalism. As been monopolized by the left to mean, something it doesn't mean the left is taken this nationalism term to mean, some kind of racial connotations. That is not the case that is not what the term means. Now took our call. Fox's been all over this. And it is a rebellion against the rules imposed by the left the left. In other words, the cultural elites and the media people who put out these articles like you're not allowed to use the term gay. You're supposed to use the term homosexual vice versa. Whatever the article said have now said that if you use the term, nationalist, you were a racist. Now. Commonsense people like how does that even make sense? I don't get that. I'm a nationalist. Meaning I care about the world. But I care about the interests of the United States. I because I live here. That's not a controversial position. The left is now put out in articles, these far left websites and the media types CNN and all those other folks, if you're saying nationalist, you're racist and everybody runs scared. They're afraid of being fired from their job. They're afraid of social pressure the freight of their neighbors looking at them funny. Well, Trump went out the next day at a rally and said, I'll say what I want. I'm a nationalist. I care about the United States, and the media's terrified the media doesn't know what to do Joe because the rules in the past have been the media, declares a word off limits. And what happens everybody runs away in panic subjectivity in the meaning of words, Dan has been a big part of tyranny for ever. Yes forever. At has. We've said this one of her earliest episode still up on sound got it how the left loves subjectivity in the analysis of things because the subjectivity always airs in their direction, but why because they control the media, boom. So even though you and I both know that nationalist has an. Objective. Meaning I care about my nation national list there is an objective readable. Meaning about what that means. The left understands they can change that meaning do culture power and the media cultural power Hollywood elites academics and the media by just getting the right? A few pieces thing if you say, you're a nationalist. We're going to call you a racist. Everybody goes out. No sodas poor union worker in Michigan. He goes, I heard Trump last night this nationalist thing. I liked that we should care about the United States. I that's a good idea. We've got a lot of people struggling. Sir. Please come into HR HR guy sits that right? We bought in there. Right, johnny. Johnny one more. We're going to give you this lecture one time at one time only you say that and work the workspace. Again, you are fired four fired for why you can't say nationalist why I care about the United States or in the United States. That's the CNN told us that's racist. Looking too far. How do you think that union worker feels when he gets back on the line? Do you understand what the Trump effect is? It is a rebellion against what Jogesh accurately stated the subjective setting of new rules that we all haven't been briefed. And on we didn't agree to this. I didn't agree that nationalist means racist. I don't agree at all. It is a very definable objective. Meaning. The fact that media leaves the side that they were going to change the meaning to paint dust, racists or out absurdly ridiculously racist. Conflicting? These two terms does not mean we accept that. And the Trump affect is not chaos. I believe the authors misreading this perceived chaos. I believe it's a perceived rebellion. And a rebellion against the rules themselves. It's not perceived this chaos. I believe this is why Trump has taken over in a lot of states that were rust belt states in working class where people are tired of this..

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"jogesh" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Four percent, plus the one percent dividend tax free. The other one is the cost of insurance. So keep going then let's say I want to take out all the money that I have overfunded. And just walk away. Right. What's your question? Yeah. That's my question. Okay. But they over-funded two hundred and fifty thousand dollars over my life. Here's what they do take that money and walk away. You can take any money. Listen any money, you contribute since you already pay tax on it. You don't have to pay tax on it again. But they don't let you say this. They don't let you decide. To the government. Oh, I'm only taking out the money. I put in and I'm leaving the money. I earned in there. There's a calculation so when you pull out money, no matter what they don't because everyone would do that. They're saying to you a certain amount of that is gain. In other words, you have to pay tax on it because it grew and you have to pay tax on it. But the way you do it is take it out in a loan. And then you pay no tax on anything. If you wanted to do that, you would simply take a loan out and not pay it back. And and there's no consequence to that. And then the death benefit would pay back that loan, and then any additional money in there would be paid. In addition to that. Okay. Well, that's the part that wasn't jiving to me just the whole payment back. I'm like, well, if you have to pay back, then what's the purpose? But if you're saying that you can kind of skip the system by just not paying that's the whole idea you have to do it that way or you would pay taxes. The money. You take out the money you put in you do not pay taxes on. But you like I said you don't get to say out of each dollar. You take out how much of it was your contribution. And how much of it was your earnings the government tells you that. So instead of doing that you bypass it. In other words, if you wanted to buy a car you borrow it. And then if you're young enough you pay it back with high interest on purpose. Like, you're you're being charged four percent for that policy loan. So you will pay yourself back. Let's say twelve percent. And then an additional eight percent goes to your cash value. Then let's say you're my age, and you start getting social security, and you get two thousand a month, and you want some extra money. So you take out two thousand a month in a loan. And then you simply do that monthly or maybe a thousand a month for five hundred whatever you wanna do and you never pay them back upon your death. The death benefit pays off all. All of the loans, and then whatever's left goes to the estate if you you can never borrow more than you have in cash in-depth benefit. So are we is it kind of like a hush hush thing where you say you don't pay it back because I haven't heard that back on your death. No, no. You know? It's not hush hush. You can in other words does the government say, wait a minute. You don't ever intend to pay this back? It's going to be income. No, it's just like a retirement up. It's it's different than a qualified loan. If you borrowed money from your 4._0._1._K, the government only gives you a certain amount of time to pay it back. And then you must claim it as income with the become the banker because it's not a qualified plan. There is no there is no time limit for paying it back unless you make your own time limit listened carefully. If you take a loan out for a car, and you fund it yourself, and you wanna give yourself a three year loan. Then you must pay it back. According to the terms that you set. Got it. But you don't have the company that offers this makes money because it's actually a life insurance plan. Also, they make premium. Yeah, they make money for the first I think four years of this the first year, they get the most then the next year next year next year, it's called the declining residual commission. Yes, that's how he makes his money by selling by selling life insurance that but the life insurance he calculates is the minimum amount. You can have to get the maximum amount of a premium if for example, you only wanted to take out a ten thousand dollar life insurance policy, but you wanna put away five hundred thousand the government says come on you can't fool you can't kid a Kidder. There's a formula they have and they call it a MEK formula a modified endowment contract. I if you go beyond what's called a MEK. They call it a MAC, and they say now, you pay tax on everything. So the life insurance companies everyone knows everyone does this. Those policies are not. Regular whole life policies. If you go out and buy a regular whole life policy. The cost of insurance is too much. And the return is too low to help to make this happen. Now, there are other insurance policies that pay way more in return, you know, and and you can do it on those two. However, however, they pay way more on return. But those returns are not guarantees. So they go up and down the life insurance policy is a very conservative whole, it's a whole life policy. And and it's a mutual company, which means you are technically part owner in the company and the companies if you wanna do this on your own, you don't know anybody can do this. You have to know how to calculate the amount. And then you have to go to a company that solid. That's all you don't wanna company that you know, that's shoddy. I mean, you need a good one. I have a USAA life insurance plan. I could do it there. But it makes more sense maybe to do with. I don't know. I don't know what your returns are. But you know, what? And I mean this Joe would analyze it. And I swear to God if you have a policy already in place that would work even though he wouldn't make a dime at it. He would tell you if it's a good policy. He's not gonna he's not going to cash it in. I mean, if he thinks it's good. You ought to go ahead. And do it. I know a guy who had a policy, and it was a really good policy and Jogesh showed how to maximize it. So I mean, if you go to the seminars, you can find out, but but Tim, thanks for those questions. I appreciate it. I wish more people would ask questions about everybody. That I advertise for we got more coming right up.

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"jogesh" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Relief factor dot com studios inside Washington DC yesterday. I sat down with the majority leader of the United States Senate Kentucky's Mitch McConnell to talk about Brett cabinet here. Is that conversation? Thanks for sitting with me today. I'm glad to be with you. You've said many times at jets cabinet will be confirmed, and that your major power is controlling the calendar. So the question is when will he be confirmed before the end of September, you'll be on board at the supreme court the first Monday October, which you and I both know is the beginning of the October term any doubt in your mind about that none whatsoever. I think any doubts anybody who might have had been dispelled by the purchase o- performance before the judiciary committee. I mean, it's stunning. He's just stellar nomination. In every respect I'm gonna come back to the his performance in a moment. You got twenty six appeals court judges confirmed. This'll be your second supreme court Justice converter. There are ten more in the cube already been nominated for. Do you expect those tend to be confirmed before the end of the session? Yeah. We're going to clear the deck of all the circuit Jogesh as you have reported repeatedly. And I appreciate the attention given to it. Among the most important things we've done not just supreme court judge, but the circuit judges we set a record for the first two years of any administration. If we can hold on the Senate for two more years, we're going to transform the federal judiciary was young men and women who believe in the fundamental notion that the job the judge's interpret the laws are written. Now. Judge cabinet frequently invoked the Ginsburg standard for nineteen ninety three win. Now, Justice Ginsburg said no hints..

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"jogesh" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on The Corner

"I'm tired of like he's flipping stages like he's doing like you built up so much that now he's indestructible. He's bulletproof. So, yeah, having lose Kim and always like count out to some bullshit have brief as that's what I want to see it. Down a little notch, but to set him up to be even big as far as Braun. AJ sounds Samoa Joe. I don't care who wins give me thirty minutes, but I think AJ sows keeps about this. Isn't that? No, this is not the end which look, I'm just going to go with my heart here. A wholesome, always a wins against title. Oh, but I couldn't hope ricochet wins the titles, but you're Samoa Joe with that. But the reason why I'm saying this is if the only way this makes sense to me is that they have an excellent match Jogos over in Asia because clearly this is an over this is not going to be a one and done feud. This feud is going to extend even further. So I think AJ winning with Jogesh recently coming back with put Joel kind of back in his place, but it could also bring out a more brutal side of Joe, which you gotta wonder like how much more brutal this guy get. But I wouldn't mind Joe winning by just being a savage and then laughing. His last being here with the title he'll champion. So the baby-faced chase what I mean. I think they're. Either way. Let's all hope for is a great match. Whoever wins, I really don't care if AJ was. I hope Joe destroys him after the batch. That's what I hope for if Joe wins. I hope it's because some shit where he just injuries or impairs Asia, whatever it is. I want this to have more heat like these guys are built each other. The massive data TNA were unbelievable. So this thing could go on further in the problem was that Joe has been cutting were excellent, and the whole reading the letter from his wife or whatever it was the end of smackdown do. There's a lot of fire on this match. So I kind of feel like if AJ wings, Joe has to murder him after the match and they have finished, you. All right. We have Alexa bliss, Ronda. Rousey. Well, before before I wanna call tonight against he was there, but I don't think so. I think there's got to be straight up straight up around a wins unless he gets the cute. On the, I would say, Alexa gets cued by someone jumping Rowzee and Alexa is happy doing now. They're running. I think if Alexis going to cute, it's going to be hitting her with a chair or some shit like that's fine. I mean, however, it goes just I, we didn't want to run in just I think if there's a Deke Alexis on the cute and it's not Rhonda snapping, which would be rounder snapping fucking up everyone breath, including getting decode like the helmet. The boat isn't bad. Like if Alexa roles are up something. While and then she just talking snaps that'd be bottom line is I don't think either was originally rounded with the title yet, but that'd be a dope. Wait a loose, you know what the hell. She doesn't have to be on the feed it forever. Alexa bliss get some wack as roll up after on Wepener asks Rhonda snaps and just go full Kurt angle on every. Yeah, I'm not picking run to lose by painful. I just think they'll be allows. And then Lessner versus rains. You know where I've said this since Raines one the number one contender bat, he's going over. He's going over clean, no running no money in the Bank. No bullshit. No Russo booking. It's time. It's time you do whatever the hell you want as it's time. On, don't care. I want Brockton win it and I want to be brought. That's how I'd like to see this go. Chances are knocking look, yes, he can do. He really can't like he really changed his four years Dietrich, you can't..

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"jogesh" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"It's not going to stop until we stop it all right folks i appreciate all your attention hey let me get to one last thing we'd do on time here we'll give you a few minutes all right so matt palumbo my resident the bunker chief who is now writing for my website bongino dot com has a really great piece up about the reagan tax cuts it is important because there is talk of doubling down on the trump tax cuts which were terrific and i applaud the gop for doing that but there's talk about making the income tax side of it permanent even lowering the rates a little more which i think would be a great idea the argument will come up as it always does and that's why matt does stuff and by the way if you have a question for us that the bunk there's a e mail on my website send it to us over to matt and if it's a good one we will debunk it for you any liberal talking points you don't like we will happily take on if they're good but matt makes two key points in this reagan deficits were not caused by tax cuts the pieces pretty detailed very very readable but it's terrific they were caused by defense spending number one there was as an increase in defense spending they combat the threat from the soviet menace no question about that so it was governed the government spending side there was some increase spending but also inflation how inflation was tamed during the reagan years due to volcker's policies at the federal reserve when inflation was tamed people's incomes not not real incomes nominal incomes right that's the difference novas joe makes fifty thousand dollars it buys ten bars of gold that's preferable to joe make it one hundred thousand dollars which only one bar goal you see the difference right now when inflation was high wages went up and not real wages jogesh nominal wages because money was worth less what did that do that push people in the carter years into higher income tax brackets who affectively weren't making more money so joe was making that hundred thousand dollars but it only bought one bar gold where his fifty thousand ten and now joe's being taxed at a higher rate even though he's really not.

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"jogesh" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"Oh little quite hive god now joe just committed a crime right jogesh newburg will rise to house the fact that it's his neighbor's house is entirely relevant joe walks out of the house he knows he's committed a crime put show knows he has to get the neighbor now what does he do he opens up an investigation on awesome here say but i think we should really look into this he then gets a wiretap on the neighbors surveillance them 24 hours a day and finds out maybe the neighbor was in fact uh dealing in painkillers and lock them up in sense of the jail who did more damage to the country this is a very serious question for you to light this trump in light of this what i but i would leave happened now with this trump investigation is it the fbi agent who used authoritarian tyrannical tactics to stop granted what was a crime or was it the guy deal in a painkillers probably route and a lot of lives but probably won't lead to the downfall of the country and faith in the justice apart i would make the case to you that when looking at two wrongs like that unquestionably the greater wrong is the fbi agent whose now when people find out about this entirely destroyed faith in the fbi yeah i'm with you yeah i thought i knew you would agree and i think a ninety nine point nine nine percent of our audience says yeah that's kinda right on that what because the one way to handle the drug dealer would have been joe to call the local cops had something suspicious going on over there that's it pretty simple but now how do you handle an fbi agent who is usurped is a thority potentially committed a crime opened up in a list.

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"jogesh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"jogesh" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That he is gone over the report the nfl quick together and he did not see any evidence of any investi kwalik and this is something nfl has spent oak or you're on right now part of that was delay if he could only this camp turning over mitch burial the nfl but it was still over a year and basically there arkin collecting state lynch in that investigation but the nfl felt it was leaning on the evidence i go back to what the prosecutor in columbus said when he decided not to crush charges against as eq elliott key said that even though key cody there was physical violence that occurred between the two individuals he did not see enough to file criminal charges that would hold up in a court of law the nfl act differently than the court of law it learned in the ray rights incident that it must act differently in a court of law and the nfl basically had gone through the rate rise situation and went through josh brown last year which by the way overlapped wikki ezekiel elliott casing the first time that he wanted to week off the shit in september josh josh rally suspended won't gave last summer and then a couple of months later after italy get interviewed elliott for the first time evidence surfaced in the journal that was documented where he wrote that he'd been in photo quoting a few soups relationship once again the league looks bad though leak was determined to try to get this is right as he could even knew did it was going to be tougher than any ban on rewriting josh brown that did not work towards he kill elliott or the dallas cowboys advantage in this particular case and jerry jones you knew what was going to be very angry this statement that you're basically cherry jogesh powerfully as he is that he might be the most powerful person in all sports if not more powerful than the week office not more important than the league office and he can't believe it nothing happened but the league is still taking a deco elliot off the field for six games now he's gonna appeal that he's got three days to file an appeal their appeal must be heard within ten days but you are appealing it and just put.

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