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"kabeer" Discussed on The Mr. Warren Hayes Show
"Emphasis was placed on success within women's divisions and promotions. Good to see you jason. Ps three welcome so so as you probably heard by now the number one pick here for for the for the list of the one fifty by the way first year. That list is at one hundred and fifty. It was at one hundred last year and was boosted up to fifty and even at one fifty something that's important to underscore even at one hundred and fifty. There were some very difficult decisions that we had to make at some point. We're like who you know. Who are we leaving off. The list at some point was just. It was a extremely tough despite having a hundred and fifty spots for women to be like wow known. We're gonna raise a few here okay. It was really tough but bianca blair tops the list at number one And you know the here. let me. i'll rattle off the top five in case you don't know in case you're not aware yet beyond kabeer was at a topless number one number two was tommy. Hi ashta number three was gonna paraiso number four brick baker and number five thunder rosa before. I say anything individually about all five. I want this is what i'm really really proud of. Last year's one hundred was entirely the top five was made up of. Wwe women you know just was wwe women and this year. We'll go we have we have. Wwe we have impact we e w and we have stardom. We've got some some joshi representation and tommy coming in at number. Two is the highest ranked female japanese wrestler and And at number five. You've got thunder rosa. Who in my opinion represents is the perfect representation of the of the forbidden door of someone who who's wrestled everywhere right and everyone just been all over the place so on top of that. You know on top of her being extraordinarily talented. Well like. She's the perfect encapsulation of this forbidden door. Stuff that happened within the past year or so. And that's something that got me really excited. I feel like we're like the top five is really representative of how great women's wrestling has been across the board and how diverse it is as well. It's all this diversity stuff in here and you know you can always you know you always see those comments. The force this one here because they wanted. I wanted a person of color but it wasn't even forced we didn't we never had that co well. We never had that discussion. I don't wanna talk about pass lists. I wasn't on them but we never had a discussion. We were like we need to. We need to put a person of color. heroes it everything just fell into place really naturally bianca number. One made a lot of sense. And i'm not gonna lie. Listen here.
"kabeer" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala
"The the guy a little. Oh yeah jeff straw is that what was that his name. I thought it was mike something. That's mike elmore. He's voice guy. Now yeah he did some stuff with us towards the end and then stuck with us for. Mg live and he's amazing. Yeah he's kinds of real stuff to besides the ship. Yeah he did yeah. He does like commercials and video games and all that stop by jeff's trod with our first guy or straub or strode or whatever that's like he's real he's like that what he call the guy from scream the caller by what you did last summer got one. Okay no no. That's right moving july scary movies. I'm gonna fill mytalk now. Yeah talk out and nobody say anything. Because i don't want context right making people think that you know i'm bigger right on a big right. Yeah he's filming has His talk now. That visser talking leaky and the camera right. He has a camera. And that's the first time i've been on. Talk me gary go talk. i'm scared. You took my data sums up the last fifteen years of my life right there so i was thinking you know. Still your dance moves. Yeah we had update about us but we didn't get an update from you. Michael what have you been up to. Three years ago asked three years ago today. Tragic scooter accident that that totally changed my point of view on life. Can we get the truth about this. What really happens he was really iowa's i went over a manhole cover lost my balance. He was looking for men and fell over. Yeah i fell in a manhole. We were at a gay club. The night before i was at clubs sodom and gabor and god was striking down. He said no more gay clubs for you just a few weeks ago. all right. So let's get into these old clips. Great these are these are in bad. I felt some good ones so this one. We played actually not too long ago. Best so you voided the ones that would get you with the sites of canceled culture right. Yeah these have been vetted They all have a stamp of approval on him. I don't talk about your mom in any of them. Do no but that would have been good. I forgot about all those clips. Now she has him on her phone. She's doing all right. It's got a growth on her back. I don't know what that's all about. But that's a whole another thing high anti vaccine now. She's thinking about getting nasty really. Yeah what should it call me. We'll talk about all right. So this one's titled the bad word. I have no idea what this word is. He amazes me. You know you give the guy. Credit he talked about he has no talent. He has nothing the man is. He's a dancer. I have no room to talk there. But i mean because i can't dance put my goodness. He's dumb as a box of rocks and yet we're all sitting here talking about him. And he's got jennifer who kids with britney spears and now he's hanging out waiting out arguably beautiful women in the world. Yeah bridge is a total. You know what. Now the only thing i think of is. Maybe it was douche. Kabeer demands a total. The one said the word. Yeah oh i wait now. that was somebody else. I'm just kidding. I'm blaming you i was wholesome sir. I'm thinking maybe. I don't know though did now. Is that a bad word. Well yeah can we look up and see if we have to edit what is off. Maybe we didn't vet all these clips. I'm i'll look it up. Go to urban dictionary dot com. It will put a silencer on it. Goes here's here's a description of it. A word to describe. This is another spelling of it. We're describing individual who has shown themselves to be very brain. Listen one way or another. Is that douche. Pretty sure stu medical device got what you got you gotta remember. We're looking at this up on urban dictionary at the time so true a medical device. I don't think they have on there. You you gotta read it out go ahead. We did that a lot to a new to the mic. That's cool. No i did. I just didn't put it in the right context yes. He thought silence every time that we said the word. You silence it and that'll be a secret of the show only ask for will ever know who you're talking about. Nobody care cares nobody remembers. It's gotta be douche right. I'm pretty sure it was dish. All right this one. I don't think you're out dub. But james and i are interviewing Crystal khalil both. I wasn't behind the mic. It has to be one of the better clips there definitely was. We're interviewing crystal clear a khalil for mob days of our lives or something. I don't know. And i decided that. I wanted her to do a bit. I wanted to record my outgoing. Voicemail on my voicemail and this is awful and i thought it was gonna be funny. Plus i also thought. Have this hot chick from you know this soap. Opera all my voicemail. How cool is that. A lot of stuff. Going on my mazing. Nice this lady while you're sitting in a youth pastors laptop feet up on the desk. If she had any idea who she was talking to like she would have just been the mixed. Pot mixers literally sitting on piles of paper and important documents. I want to do something real quick. I don't know i've never done this before. But i've always i always forget everytime. I have celebrity or something on the show. I i haven't really crappy voicemail on my voicemail. And so i thought if they could just record when formula and then they can plug whatever they're on like. Hey this is crystal and watch me on young and the restless whatever time whatever networks on and i just wanna see if that extra publicity. Yeah it's extra publicity for you guys. See i'm thinking about you when i do it. As plus i'm too lazy to record my own voicemail. Okay you wanna hang on for one second. Try to figure out how to do this. If it doesn't work then i'm not even worry about it. What do i say this is michael phone. Sure just just be creative. Micheals phone works. What show is it on by. I mean what is what time your time. Eleven thirty okay. 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"kabeer" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia
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"kabeer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Our next Updated 6 30 Rick you Chino NewsRadio 700 Double The oil. W It's utf Peach Ice Cream Season. Hurry in before we're out, Fresher, PG and PG or G F. All right. Good morning, 607. We got 700. W well w Good morning to you, Uh, case you have thought of trying this. It doesn't work. You pulled over by a cop. You want them to go away? So you pick up your phone and you call in a shooting a few blocks from there, hoping he'll leave you. And go after the shooting. Instead, you get arrested for calling in a false report. This happened in suburban Cleveland, Cleveland Heights. Mohammed Kabeer age 34 driving Saturday afternoon vehicle pulled over by South Euclid, the police officer. Um, cover lives in Cleveland Heights was behind the wheel despite having a suspended driver's license and a vehicle with expired plates. So I want a misguided effort. To avoid the citation. Called the fake 911 call of a male being shot. On the street not far away. Police didn't fall for it. And in fact courses caller ID on the phones, so they know it came from him. Um, the dispatcher was able to ping the caller, The 911. Back to this guy. The phone number is 911 caller matched The male that was there for the traffic stops, and then he's arrested. Of course, he's still charged with the two traffic violations on top of this multiple traffic violations. And arrested for false alarm. To be arraigned tomorrow. See where that goes, So it doesn't work for the record the headline and this is asinine Ohioan Infonie 911 call. As in in Ohio, and that's who did that. All right. Stand by. We'll check markets Next. Joan Doniger is in today. Call Anderson automatic heating coin. 513574 triple 05. This report is Service of Western and Southern financial Group. Translate your future into.
"kabeer" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy
"Built their businesses. And i occasionally complain about my schooling. I've done that for so long that you might have heard that there was a teacher who came on here years ago. Who said andrew stop complaining. And i was. I was very sympathetic to her point of view that i shouldn't just be knocking down. I should appreciate that. The teachers are trying really hard. But truthfully i don't think. I took the right approach there. I think the right approaches to say i empathize with what you're going through. I know that you're working hard most teachers but they're still needs to be a better way and you know who decided that he was actually going to do. A better way is elon. Musk he for. His students hired a teacher that he admired redid the whole curriculum the whole structure the whole approach and he had a great school. I kids and today's guests men. Frank went into see one of these classes. Was i guess so blown away by that. He partnered up with the teacher who elon. Musk hired to teach his kids and his some of his employees kids. You so blown away by it. That kristen joined with with the guy would josh. That's his name. I right christmas right. Joined with josh. Created this online school for anyone's kid to learn using the same the same structure the same methodology that elon. Musk had for his kids and for his some of his employees kids anyway invited crispin franken to talk about how he built up the school. How big it is already what his vision is for it and we can And i should introduce Synthesis as the school that teaches kids. The art of solving complex problems through team games and simulations right An interview is sponsored by hostgator. And memorable but i talk about them later. Crispin kabeer. thanks for having me so. This is not a replacement for school. It's an online addition to the school. The kids are already going to my right. Yeah that's right As you mentioned. Like i i went down to the school. The eel my co-founder josh created. And in you know it was. It was a great school in a lot of ways but kind of the most innovative thing..
Peer Recovery Specialists With Kabir Singh
"Kabeer introduce yourself thanks. Thanks for having me on. The addicted mind today really honored to be here. So yeah that's my name is could be are saying it's funny because there was a bollywood movie that recently came out and it was titled kabeer saying and the funny thing about that is it was about a guy that turns inflict a massive hall because he loses the love of his life and fills out and people your movie. I was totally before this interview. Doing some research and totally giggle and got that. I'm like. I don't think that's the comparising i'm going to interview very. Yeah the there's also a comedian. How out your way in the west coast that could be. You're saying so there. There's a i am neither of those people. I am a person in recovery in a proud of that and with that means for me is that i haven't found it necessary to use a minor mood altering substance since may first two thousand eleven if you do the math awesome. Got ten years awesome awesome. So let's just start with with your story first and then and then we'll talk about peer recovery and how that can help people and how people can use that as a tool in recovery. But i how did it all start for you so it all started for me. I'm a garden variety. Sort of story. Here there is a fabulous theatrics to my story. They're using started around fifteen years old and introduced to alcohol and weed. The regular progression. They're not a whole lot of problems. In the household were regular family. There is no perfect family. Parents still together today married. I think this year will be fifty three years two older brothers. Yeah two older brothers that i really kept their noses in the books and and didn't require a whole lot of interaction with the parents that but i know how to when when i was a kid
"kabeer" Discussed on Feed My Sheep Christian Podcast
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"kabeer" Discussed on Feed My Sheep Christian Podcast
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"kabeer" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Scrambled Teo get about four yards to the 29 mark amount of 28 of five yard pickup for cars. Stop the clock with 43 seconds to go in the half. The Raiders are out of time outs, but that's the big thing right there on the scramble to get positive yards. And he gets out of bounds to stop the clock. So the shard to the left of car. Out of the shotgun. 2nd 5 28 of the Brown takes the staff steps up Hit gets added inside the 30 running to the your side he has hit knocked down before he could get out of bounds. He gets about a yard. Kabeer Thomas came upto level car before he could get out of balance in the clock continues to run. It's a bad play by Derek Carr. 31 seconds. 30 seconds. 20 seconds takes the snap sets up in the pocket. Soft over the middle of restart inside, 20 takes down 15. But there's only 11 seconds. 10. They've gotta hurry and spike it. Out of the 10 yard line. Clock running down 4 to 3, and now Carl's car will spike it with two seconds to go before halftime. And they'll send Daniel calls for the field goal. Kick around. Okay, alright. They still get down job getting the ball down the field. With no timeouts left give good field position to the kicker who had no problem with 29 yard field goal attempt in his last trial, This'll be 33 yards equivalent of a Point after the wind is back. That spot kick on its way It is up. It is good. Carlson connects from 33 yards, and that's the final play of the first half. They go to the locker room. With the Raiders on top 6 to 3 Way return John Ross from our Dear studios of the Geico halftime report. He'll get you the latest scores from around the league plus the first half stature listening to the NFL. Wait first open about 10 years ago. We were were small, just a few of us, but it was exciting. I always dreamt of having my own business kind of slow at first, But things started picking up way had big plans. But in our wildest dreams we never Never thought we'd have this much work. With so many businesses cut off guard by the storm read. Waste management has never been busier. What will become of your business after a disaster? Nearly.
Pilgrimage to Sacred Activism
"Hi Andrew and welcome on to the hey house meditations podcast how wonderful to be with you and how wonderful to have the opportunity to speak to whoever's listening from my heart. Out wonderful wonderful. I'd like to talk to you today about the Fifteenth Century Poet Mystic Kabeer. Who you've been doing so much work on and and perhaps have you read a few of his lines. That articulate a meditative experience that is at once transcendent but also completely grounded I really appreciate that in computer But before we get there, there's a pilgrimage that I like to ask you to take us on a pilgrimage to the ark of of your own spiritual journey. An ARC that is has taken pauses with a variety of traditions, teachers, and Gurus and especially that are of the internal pilgrimage of the heart. So I wonder if you'd take us on that pilgrimage and then we'll sort of maybe conclude with Kabira. Does that sound all right with you? That sounds wonderful. Today and your little remission it it's. Never ends. I remember when I was with father bid when he was dying and. The thing that struck me most and move me most about him here. He was the greatest living Christian mystic but even on his deathbed when he was eighty seven, he was still striving for deeper and deeper realize. So he gave me a permanent image of what this really is journey of endless expansion. Shems of Tabriz said to Rumi. The world of God is wealth of endless expansion. We don't ever arrive. We just go Diba and DEEPA and Deepa went blasted where wild enough were brave enough into a mystery that always keeps opening onto wilder and holy vistas. This is my experience. Yes, and you're well I must say your your life has demonstrated that but I'm not exactly certain if you knew that when you were born. In mother India right you are. You're born in south India early in your life. You earlier in life you're surrounded by multiple religious by religious face including your your parents Protestant faith. And among the Hindus and Muslims. So how did that early on your life? How did that shape your outlook on the nature of humans on the nature of people and the nature of the divine? India is too big bomb in a well the distill known that live as cred experience. And that mock me forever I feel that I have an Indian. So a European mind and an American mission. So my deepest deepest ground is always in there especially in south India. When I was born. Nineteen fifty two was the twilight of the Rosh. So this. Was the atmosphere of an. Empire would still. Diffused itself through everything but India itself although it had been dominated by the British in never lost its passionate spirituality and that's what I met in the earliest and most impressionable years of my life. I loved going to temples with my Hindu coke. I loved learning the hail. Mary from my Catholic nanny and I loved it when the driver that we had to as a Muslim stopped the car in the middle of traffic and put his. Prem Don and chunk to Allah. In very early on. I met a saint and this is an extraordinary story because I had white Russian. Godmother. who used to smoke cigarettes out of black along black cigarette holder in Lyon dressed in gold she fall she looked like a Russian Melena dietrich and I was crazy about her she's. and. Every day off to school I would go running up the stairs of her flag. And jumped into bed between her and have great friend who is huge Rowley poterie Indian woman Shanti. Of course as a child I didn't know. Shanti Shanti, later revealed to me it was India's greatest living Quila and she is the child had been. A welcome to previous incarnation and a gunman, a group of journalists to the village that she'd been born in. As, a nine year old recognized absolutely everybody and Meta previous husband and said the money looking for is under a break in the back. So he went and found the money that he'd been looking for. Any. gave. Me a lot of profound simple instruction. She told me two things that have not my whole life. She said God is one. God is the sea and all religions alike rivers that run into the sea. So. Don't get hung up on anyone religion realized that they're all different expressions of the same unity, the different expressions of the same reality
"kabeer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Him right now, and I think he's aware that, you know, I mean, he told me himself. He called the FBI because he found out from somebody that the FBI was looking into him. He told me that he called them himself to try to get out in front of it because he doesn't want to be the next David crash and he brought that up. He said he has been studying what happened to him to try to learn. Kind of like what? Not to Dio. So he is aware enough to know. Yeah, there are some really similarities here, and he's afraid, you know, after what happened with the Christmas program and all the news reports that went out about that, and he's afraid that people might attack him. He doesn't really understand why people think he's dangerous on why people are afraid of him. He's more afraid of the other way around like the effect will raid him or another religious group will raid his property. Oh, he he brought that up himself, which I thought was really interesting. Kalen Caylor joins us here on ESPN Radio. The shell Pennzoil Performance Line. Talking about her article on s i dot com About Kabeer, Bobby Miller. Full disclosure. I covered Kabeer during his time in Green Bay, and this is what I will tell people about Kabeer. He was always willing to fill your microphone or fill your notebook right? And he would talk about the game. He would answer your questions, you know, talk positions, talk match ups and all of that stuff. But inevitably, the conversation would turn to religion. And so as an experienced reporter, you would have to kind of remove yourself from the scrum. Before it turned to that, or you would get sucked into where he would basically be using it as a pulpit. And so reading this. I was like this makes sense. Like he was so passionate about his religious beliefs. Then they hadn't taken this extremist turn. At that point. It was still like I said, based in Christianity, like you mentioned what was interesting to me, though Kalen is that he is not the only NFL player who has aligned himself with this organization. So what is it about this group that resonates with former players? Yes, that was the most like, kind of like the twist in my reporting when I found out that Robert Mathis and Daniel Meera were also part of this group, and I found that all because Kabira posted a video of his wedding. His most recent marriage to a woman off the part of the religious groups and Daniel and Robert or in his wedding party like dancing down the aisle and I recognized Robert Mathis. Oh my God! That's Robert Mathis. So I think what really appeals to them is and compare, said this is in his own words. He said that the leader of this group, his name is Castor Charles Dowell. If you watch videos, he's very masculine. He's super muscular. He does a lot of sort of like body language was very macho. He speaks directly to you not sugar coat anything. Compere said that appealed to him because he seemed like a coach. He was like a coach figure to him like the same kind of authoritative male figure that he'd been playing for, you know, during his playing career and his whole life playing football. He said. Dowel is a man's man, and he sort of said Well, he said directly that Christianity was soft and Christianity was feminine. And I think what happens to some former players on don't generalize too much, but certainly in the case of good beer, he retired and he entered this more like feminine world where he wasn't Completely always around men, especially for him. Of his eight kids. He has seven voice so he had always, you know, had a more masculine upbringing in a more masculine family, and so then when he retires I think he was looking for that same sort of coach figure again, and he said that Christianity was really feminine. So I think that's one of the things that really appeals to them in this, and I also know there's a lot of ex military guys who are part of this group as well. So there's a similarity between ex football players. An ex military and Robert Mathis of Daniel Muir made the same comparison of towel as a coach, so I think there's really an obvious connection there between You know their background is a football player and why they're attracted to this religion. Kaylen I found it. Educational thought provoking downright fascinating, Right? What do you hope people take away from the three chapter serial long form serious that you posted on this site. Yes. So I think like the biggest thing that I learned was just how easy it is, You know, And I think when you look at could beer from the beginning of playing days, Jen just brought up how he was really fanatic about Christianity then, and it's not shocking to see where he's ended up now. When you look back, you can kind of see incrementally every step along the way. And that was what was so fascinating to be in the process of reporting is that you know you could so easily because of YouTube. Because of everything that we can find on the Internet these days, you can so easily change your whole life just based off of watching a few YouTube videos that turned into a few more YouTube videos that turn it to a few more And so for me that was really fast and write to me on the podcast Rabbit hole, which is about radicalization on YouTube and sort of extra extremism on YouTube and how you can easily get into that. And so that's really what I took away from. This is like how you know beer is not a crazy person like you. He wasn't you know, out of control like wild person. He was a normal guy, and he still is a normal guy. He was just kind of fallen into this. Gravel. I guess that was really fascinating to me, and I learned a lot talking to his former teammates about with general talking about about how he was so into Christianity. That and not afraid to challenge people in that's great. Have uncomfortable conversation. And so when you look back, you could just see how it all played out. And I think that is sort of left. And I learned that just how you know available things are online and you can really change your life. Kaylee Kaylee joins us here on the shell Pennzoil Performance line, talking about her peace. Pray for Kabeer, which is available on sports illustrated dot com. Right now, you can go to her Twitter, which is Kalen Kaler to find it. I'm curious about you personally and how this may have affected you. The story was very difficult for me to read,.
"kabeer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Suspects. You're listening to NPR news. Japan is deploying thousands of troops to join rescue operations on the southern island of Kyushu. Heavy rain has triggered flooding and mudslides there. Video footage shows people stranded on rooftops and cars submerged in muddy water. Media reports say thousands are being asked to evacuate their homes. More of the dozen people are feared dead and the prime minister is warning that the heavy rain will continue into tomorrow. In London. Authorities there say seven police officers were injured and violence last night at an unlicensed musical event in the British capital. London's Metropolitan Police say bricks and other objects were thrown at officers when they arrived to disperse the gathering. American top 40 that weekly music countdown that became an institution turns 50 this weekend from member station wks you, Kabeer Bhatia reports. 18 40 debuted on just seven stations during Independence Day. Weekend 1970 when the number one record was Mama told me not to come by three Dog night host and co creator Casey Casey. I'm delivered interesting facts about the artist and later added long distance dedications. By the early eighties, More than 500 stations aired the program, and it spun off a country music countdown and a weekly TV show case. Um, departed to host two competing countdown for a time but eventually returned and retired in 2000 for uttering his signature closing line one last time, keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars. American Top 40 is today hosted by Ryan Seacrest for NPR News. I'm Kabeer Bhatia in Cleveland, and I'm Giles Snyder. NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include.
"kabeer" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"He's got a new book out called everyone can be an NGO find your inner warrior and achieve your dreams, former NFL player and an NFL network fantasy live analyst, and co host and better, yet, and even better person as he's on the board of the awesome wa foundation, the Michael J, FOX foundation. And he celebrity ambassador for red nose day. He is none other than Akbar. Bajour BMI elevated Caesar having be giving of having your man. Thank you so much love, having again, I tell the story almost every time, I'll tell it again. I met you for the first time with your brother with Kabeer two thousand four on the NFL network said, yeah. You were what you were you in the second year in the NFL. I just grown up my hair. I thought I was cool just Peterson my ear. Yeah. Oh man. I'm I'm bling bling it'd in the whole night. I, I'll never forget that. And, and you can Norton ga- and, and Seth doing this, and then it was you and your brother could be. Yes. And it was the Bajour be Milas versus the NFL network. Analysts the game of family feud. Yeah. And I guess that was was that your first ever, I guess game reality shows game. First time on a major, you know, TV network that was the whole thing. And I still remember how gracious you were gave us a tour of the control room asked to have the picture of miles. I still I still have that picture of miles. I also remember where you were realizing fast that your NFL playing career would not need to lead to something else. Yeah. And you were trying to figure out what that was and how to go ahead and make that transition in the transition. You've made is, is, is been remarkable and second to none. I mean, how did how was that process for you? I, I will tell you, it was extremely tough. I'm there's this transition period that you go through where. I call it an identity crisis. You've been identified for so long as an athlete. And when people see you your size suggest to other people that, oh, you must be an athlete, you should still be playing. Why aren't you playing? And so there's that part where you're trying to figure out who you are. Because I truly believe that the hardest person to know is yourself because you have denial you have all these other things expectations of other people. And once you kind of get through all of that, you kind of figure out, who you are what you are what you wanna do. And so for me it took me a while. But there was this, a ha moment that I had where I'll just tired of being identified as a former athlete. I wanted to kind of redefine that, but also knew to getting into this business would be hard for me, because I didn't have the career like my brother, I was very much a journeyman had two career sacks. So that doesn't suggest that, that will turn around into a TV career. And I just remember saying you know what I'm gonna take the back door in the back door approach was going to a place where I had a little bit more equity, which was San Diego, spent one year with the chargers. Played for the ass techs. And so I went to the local NBC affiliate there and said, hey, I'd do the ashtec pre-game impulse game show in the chargers post game show for free. They looked at me and go, what for free go. Yeah. I'll do it for free. I did that for two years to learn the skill set for nothing for nothing. But that was all inspired by an interview that I had with ESPN where I met with Al Jaffee and Fred Brown. I know I know Allah's for sure the one who, who called me and a on my job, KRC, our TV the local food in Redding, California to say that he'd seen my tape, and he wanted to interview me, and I almost dropped an M F bomb on him because I thought it was like a joke, yet because like an agent had called me few minutes before at my desk, and readiness say that he had seen my tape in wanted to see more tape..
"kabeer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At a small health clinic in one of the refugee camps in Bangladesh to clutching her three and a half year old son. Yes seen now seeing is running a fever, and he's got small red dots. All over his body. Chaz skit goals these babies, he's not. That pain says her son's started getting sick about four days earlier at first she thought it was just a common cold in. Then the menacing rash emerged now seems older sister. Also got sick Koch. You had no idea what this disease was or how bad it might get. The young mother says she'd never heard of chicken pox before. And even says, there's no disease like this back in Myanmar. Late in two thousand seventeen caught to along with nearly seven hundred thousand other refugees fled from me and Marta Bengladeshi to escape attacks by pro-government militias, the Ranga or a long persecuted ethnic minority but having lived in Myanmar for generations. And my government refuses to recognize them as citizens Dr club year runs this clinic that was set up by local Bangladeshi NGO. Doctor could be your says, chicken pox does exist in me, and mar, but he says the ring of so isolated that many may have never been exposed to it. What is clear Dr career says is that the Ranga had very limited access to healthcare. The didn't get any vaccine they don't know the because before coming here. They don't have any idea about vixen and not just the chicken pox vaccine. Dr Kabeer says the Ranga weren't even getting the basic childhood vaccines that the World Health Organization has been recommending since the nineteen seventies vaccines for easily preventable diseases like diptheria, whooping, cough, measles, tetanus polio. This people you know, that they're not wrestling. So that people did not at all whether this soon after the arrived in Bangladesh health agencies launched massive exhibition campaigns to try to get kids immunized against the most serious and potentially fatal illnesses. Like diptheria measles. Chickenpox wasn't on the top of that list. Doctor says he I started seeing a few kids with chicken pox here in December by the end of March to nearly sixty five thousand cases reported throughout the sprawling refugee camps, chicken pox is highly contagious virus can move mung family members people touch each other or share blankets or even touch the same. Table can also spread directly through the air. There's not much doctor can do for these kids can help. He's there fever encourage the kids not to scratch, drink lots of fluids, and the disease will usually clear up in a week or so what's difficult for him is the terrified parents and having to calm, their fears that this horrible rash could be fatal to is not at all fatal. Not at all..
"kabeer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At a small health clinic in one of the refugee camps in Bangladesh. So Monica twos. Clutching three and a half year old son. Yes seen now seeing is running a fever, and he's got small red dots. All over his body. Chaz skit goals these babies bitty you'll he's not that says her son's started getting sick about four days earlier at first she thought it was just a common cold. And then the menacing rash emerged now seems older sister. Also got sick Koch had no idea what this disease was or how bad it might get. The young mother says she'd never heard of chicken pox before. And even says, there's no disease like this back in Myanmar late in two thousand seventeen caught to along with nearly seven hundred thousand other refugees fled from me and Marta Bangladesh to escape attacks by pro-government militias, the hangar or a long persecuted ethnic minority, but having lived in me and more for generations me, and my government refuses to recognize them citizens Dr club year runs this clinic that was set up by local Bangladeshi NGO. Doctor could be your says chickenpox does exist in me our, but he says the ring of are so isolated that many may have never been exposed to it. What is? Clear. Dr Kabeer says is that the Ranga had very limited access to healthcare. The didn't get any. They don't know the. Before coming here. They don't have any idea vixen and not just the chicken pox vaccine. Doctor says the Ranga weren't even getting the basic childhood vaccines that the World Health Organization has been recommending since the nineteen seventies vaccines for easily preventable diseases like diptheria whooping, cough measles. Tetanus polio. People you know that. Rest. So that people did not at all this people soon after the arrived in Bangladesh health agencies launched massive exhibition campaigns to try to get kids immunized against the most serious and potentially fatal illnesses. Like diptheria measles. Chickenpox wasn't on the top of that list. Doctor says he I started seeing a few kids with chicken pox here in December by the end of March two nearly sixty five thousand cases reported throughout the sprawling refugee camps, chicken pox is highly contagious virus can move among family members people touch each other or share blankets or even touch the same table can also spread directly through the air. There's not much doctor can do for these kids. He can. He's there fever encourage kids, not scratch drink lots of fluids, and the Z's will usually clear up in a week or so what's difficult for him is terrified.
"kabeer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Encourage kids, not scratch, drink lots of fluids, and the disease will usually clear up in a week or so what's difficult for him is the terrified parents and having to calm, their fears that this horrible rash. Could be fatal is not at all fatal. Not at all. That is. It happened. So so don't feed sometimes, but he feet medically. He says the worst chicken pox cases, actually, aren't the crying speckled young kids. If the adults like thirty year old soda on mean, he's also waiting to be seen Dr Kabir's clinic after both of his kids had disease. He came down with it four days ago. Mother money got eighty at first my whole body aches. And I felt dizzy then I got a high fever then rashes started to come out on my skin the rashes covered his entire face. Dr Kabeer says the pustules around his eyes and mouth or particularly painful and prone to infection refugees, often bathe outside it open water pumps and keeping these source. Clean can be a struggle. But overall conditions in the camps are improving refugees have far better access to clean water and pit latrines than they did a year ago, but so long as so many people six hundred and fifty thousand in one camp alone packed so closely together health officials say disease outbreaks are going to be a challenge while mass vaccination campaigns against chickenpox aren't yet planned there are ongoing efforts to get rang kids immunized against a half dozen other vaccine preventable diseases Jason on NPR news. The measles outbreak in Brooklyn has led to a mandatory vaccination or their tomorrow on weakened Sunday. A look at the last time the US mandated measles vaccinations in a religious community in Philadelphia in nineteen Ninety-one. Can that story tomorrow morning? Just ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your stationed by name. And you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news. Star date April thirteenth. Ten years from today. The asteroid apotheosis will pass just twenty thousand miles from earth close enough to look like a faint star streaking across the night sky. When it was discovered though, it looked like the light show might be much more ominous. Astronomers initially gave office a two point seven percent chance of hitting earth in twenty twenty nine since the asteroid is about a quarter of a mile wide and impact whichever state thousands of square miles. That's scary. Thought inspired a scary name apotheosis is the Greek name for up the Egyptian God of chaos. He was depicted. As a snake like creature who lives in the dark underworld each night as the sun pass through that realm pep tried to eat the sun, God, raw and plunged the world into darkness and chaos as got a better track of apotheosis orbit though, they ruled out a collision in twenty twenty nine. But there was still a possibility that it could hit us in twenty thirty six it would require to fly through a point in space only a few hundred yards wide during the twenty twenty nine encounter. More tracking has ruled out that cost as well. That was still not completely safe. There's a one in one hundred fifty thousand chance it'll hit us in twenty sixty eight I will have a big affect on puffiness during the twenty Twenty-nine calendar it'll dramatically change its orbit moving its average distance from the sun outward by more than fifteen million miles. We have sky watching tips and much more about the universe in Stargate. Eight magazine subscription information at Stargate dot org. I'm sandy wood..
"kabeer" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's sad to see the people that are dying men. I've had so many friends dying so many people that are on on this that it's just they're not this person. And I'm not the same version, and we're not the same people Joe is standing around discarded needles right across the street from building safe house is considering moving into its by a noisy trainwreck platform. Joe says he almost died from opiate overdose. He says if the injection site opens he'd quickly become one of its clients using in front of the medical staff knowing that someone's educated in training, they're gonna get the proper treatment. If they needed versus Joe says using an abandoned buildings alleyways and fast food bathrooms were often fatal. Overdose can happen without anybody watching for NPR. News. I'm Bobby Allen in Philadelphia. The world's largest refugee camps in Bangladesh and workers there have launched a massive immunization drive. Try to protect were Hinga who lived there from contagious diseases. Spite that effort there have been outbreaks of majors and diptheria and recently and eruption of chicken pox. And peers Jason Bobi reports. At a small health clinic in one of the refugee camps in Bangladesh. Monica to clutching her three and a half year old son Yalcin now seeing as running a fever, and he's got small red dots all over his body. Chaz skit goals these babies bitty you'll so he's not paying says her son's started getting sick about four days earlier at first she thought it was just a common cold. And then the menacing rash emerged now seems older sister. Also got sick Koch who had no idea what this disease was or how bad it might get young mother says she'd never heard of chicken pox before. And even says, there's no disease like this back in Myanmar late in twenty seventeen caught to along with nearly seven hundred thousand other refugees fled from and Marta Bangladesh to escape attacks by pro-government militias, the hangar or a long persecuted ethnic minority lived in Myanmar for generations. And my government refuses to recognize them as citizens Dr club year runs this clinic that was set up by local Bangladeshi NGO. Doctor could be your says chickenpox does exist in Myanmar. But he says the ring over so isolated that many may have never been exposed to it. What is? Clear. Dr Kabeer says is that the Ranga had very limited access to health care. The didn't get any. They don't know the vexed because before coming here. They don't have any idea on vixen and not just the chicken pox vaccine. Dr Kabeer says the Ranga weren't even getting the basic childhood vaccines that the World Health Organization has been recommending since the nineteen seventies vaccines for easily preventable diseases like diptheria, whooping, cough, measles, tetanus polio. Because these people you know that. The rest. So that people did not at all whether this soon after the arrived in Bangladesh health agencies launch massive accent campaigns to try to get kids immunized against the most serious and potentially fatal illnesses. Like diptheria measles. Chickenpox wasn't on the top of that list. Doctor says he I started seeing a few kids with chicken pox here in December by the end of March nearly sixty five thousand cases reported throughout the sprawling refugee camps, chicken pox is highly contagious virus can move family members people touch each other or share blankets or even touch the same table can also spread directly through the air. There's not much doctor can do for these kids. He can help. He's their fever..
"kabeer" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"You're talking about the the the veggie Dick's. Yes. Okay. Hold on. So weird to see them tweeting like what has happened like a museum or an aquarium got to have the sort of truth, man. All right. So Chris here is Ila Otit. No, no. I can't show this. I can't I can't show. This really take it off. I can't my mouth keel showed on your laptop Indyk, you're gonna love this heavily to convert people within video. Yeah. You don't have sound. You could buy south forbi- Kabeer. Okay. Cepeda commercial? Yeah. Oh, yeah. It's working on me. Duke. I want to be in this commercial. But the guys such creed. Guy is. Hey, guys, guys going to be like gotta eat a banana instead of that stake. How many of us this kind of thing? Probably a lot because of the Kappa million on the Facebook version, I'm sure there's ton on the YouTube too. Hey, it's twelve on. But I really like how they the launch show. Look like poops. Yeah. Thing. Yeah. Very, you know, you're not gonna you're not gonna it's not gonna work people are gonna eat meat. I wanted to eat meat when I watched that. Yeah. You know, what I literally was like, okay. I should eat something like that. Okay. And then I thought it'd be really good at burger. Food makes me just think food. All right. I'm thank you for coming in. Yeah. I warned Chris. I said, you know, what dude I'm sick. So if you don't want none of this aids. I give you fair warning. But Chris was a soldier. He took the sort of Ruth. He went on a holy war over there. Cross. Let's get him and he came in. And I I had such a great time. Yeah. It was fun such a huge fan. So love you guys man, come back whenever Chris and your latest space fantastic. Always on that flicks. Comedians of the world he's part of that series. Don't want anyone else. Oh, yeah. I see. Man on fire or incorrigible? I two it's all there. And of course, please go watch them on tour. He's hilarious. You're going to have such a great time Kristalina dot com slash tour..
"kabeer" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"I think that all plays into why they've struggled so badly with Lowery off the floor. This year, I have one other name that I think is important to throw out here. And that is PASCAL Siaka. I mean Seok the starter, and he was a big part of the energy and the defensive that second unit. So you look at the d most used lineup without Lowery on the floor is actually still a starter lineup. But if you get into what is really considered a backup one that would be the most used one is Fred Bentley Dhillon rights, EJ, miles, Oji, Nobis, Valentine's. That's just you know, they're certainly has talent on that. But the identity of that group is meaningfully different than last year. And you know, they I think you could make it argument that over the last couple of years, they call lightning in a bottle by player development and having some really good players on that. So, you know, obviously, no slouch they're into Nobis. Also taken a step back this year. So the co linearity I really brought that up just because some of the other players that could help those units just are not playing as much with those unit. Yes, the outcome. I mean, he's been almost seventy percent shooting and pretty decent usage. Like, he he's been a wonderful offensive player as well. This'll be interesting. Can you do a draft of players in Toronto Milwaukee series? This is this is fun. So just for for this year, you know, in a playoff series will say and not necessarily of like, okay? A draft of how they're going to play in that particular series. But just generally as playoff players. I think it's getting a little too Grayndler to talk about that particular series was quite Leonard. I think he's still a I will I will take him over you on us. So your pick. I will too. We might be willing to just do it this way that you all do pick. I'll do a pick. And you we're going to do us like the all star game thing. Yeah. Okay. Well, then that makes it easy for me to take you on us. I mean, the honest is both of our picks for MVP ho, man. So number two is real difficult. So the candidates Lau. Owlry? Siaka Bacchus been awesome. This year. You could throw Middleton in their hoof. I guess I'm gonna go. See aqap out Danny green Kabeer, the I mean, there's so many candidates. This is impossible ship. I guess I'll see if you take Siaka then I'm going to take Chris Middleton and get you know, a rely guy who can get his own offensively and can can defend capably. And since you have Colli than I have Middleton, who's probably the best. So I've Middleton in Janas to kind of go after him. I think that's the best. I can do. Yeah. Well, I guess we're not even necessarily trying to make like a team here. I think we're just sort of ranking? But yeah, I mean, there'd be hilarious all raptors in. You of all you've all box. Oh, man. Well, no, I think my next pick is going to be rap is going to be a rapper. So yeah. Actually, I'd probably we probably should snake draft to I we're out of time. But we're not at the time. I wanna finish this. When this gimme Danny green. I think he he's the guy because there's a lot of other guys who are kind of more replaceable here, but Danny green just to talk to replace that, dude. So for me right now than the choices between Lowery insurgent Baca, and I think a bucket just brings more value over replacement. You know that that he as as a potential to way center can defend can space out the four can be successful there. I trust him more than brook Lopez. And so in some ways, I'm choosing that over the margin between Lowry and Bledsoe..
Hamas and Israel ceasefire talks
"Not also the dipping unemployment rate has made it harder for some manufacturers to fill open jobs. There are very few employees available to hire right now and those that don't have jobs either don't want them or are not hire those stories after this news. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim hawk in south western. Virginia residents of one hundred fifty homes remain evacuated as thority check out a rain-swollen damn to Mitchell Lindbergh's director. Of water resources says the dam is currently stable but he's asking, people who were evacuated to stay out of their. Homes until there's dry weather we want to get past this weather, system is coming up before we allow people to return to their homes but once we get past. That, and determine the dam is safe we will prevail out of an abundance of caution we will be providing a twenty four hour seven day a week continuous monitoring of the dam just. To. Be sure that it's safe out of an abundance of potion again the college lake dam began overflowing Thursday when heavy rain swept through the region. In Gaza the Islamic group HAMAs says it's holding high level talks about a possible cease fire with Israel NPR's Daniel estrin says it's aimed at ending months of Violence HAMAs says it's holding a major meeting of its. Political leadership in Gaza including some leaders who are based in other parts of the region indicating the seriousness of. The talks a HAMAs website says Egypt has brokered efforts to reach, a ceasefire with Israel it's also attempting a reconciliation. Between HAMAs and the rival Palestinian Authority government in the West Bank, and trying to ease Gaza's humanitarian crisis which includes water and electricity shortages Israeli officials said Prime Minister. Benjamin, Netanyahu cancelled a trip abroad he's reportedly discussing the talks with his cabinet Sunday meanwhile there were renewed Palestinian protests at, the fence separating Gaza and Israel Palestinian health officials say Israeli troops. Killed. At least one Palestinian Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem A federal judge in New York. City has dismissed to lawsuits against Fox. News channel over its botched coverage of the death of a young, Democratic Party staffer named Seth, rich as NPR's David. Folkenflik reports, the judge said the plaintiffs failed the state of valid. Legal claim FOX's story alleged that, an FBI, source and a private investigator working on the case had found evidence Richard been linked to the leaking of Democratic Party emails during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign and suggested his death might. Be related to the, leaks the private investigator is rod Wheeler he'd been hired. By Dallas investment manager intent on rebutting official findings that Russia had the emails hacked to help candidate Donald Trump Wheeler sued saying FOX, put words in his mouth FOX. Withdrew the story, after an, outcry the, judge said Wheeler could. Not avoid his own role in quote perpetuating a. Politically, motivated story not having any basis in fact the judge dismissed the second lawsuit by, Seth, rich parents they intend to appeal David Folkenflik NPR news New, York On Wall Street Friday stocks closed, up after a solid jobs, report the s&p five. Hundred index, gained thirteen points the Dow climbed one hundred thirty six. The NASDAQ composite up nine points, this is, NPR news Houston's police chief says. A man accused of killing one of former President George h.w Bush doctors killed himself when confronted by police, authorities say sixty two year old Joseph James Pappas died from a single self inflicted shot. Friday morning he'd been the subject of an intense manhunt since July twentieth the pro football. Hall of fame in canton Ohio will. Enshrine eight new members on Saturday from member station w. k. SU Kabeer body I reports it's a class that's. Generated interest both on and off the field wide receiver Terrell Owens will not, be in canton for, this year ceremony citing a perceived lack of respect for having to wait till his third year of eligibility Ray Lewis Welby there. Honored for an impressive seventeen seasons with the Baltimore Ravens but during his career he also pleaded guilty to obstruction of Justice in connection with the. Stabbing deaths of two men during a Super Bowl after party the senior committee this year selected. Jerry Kramer who played for the Green. Bay Packers team that won the. First two Super Bowls Robert doctor doom Brazil rounding out this year's class are linebacker Brian. Urlacher receiver Randy moss defensive back Brian. Dawkins and executive Bobby Beth for NPR news I'm Kabeer Bhatia in canton Ohio eight places in Portugal broke local. Temperature records Friday as a wave of heat from North Africa swept across the, Iberian peninsula forecasters are, predicting the scorching temperatures could get even worse over the weekend temperatures built to one hundred thirteen degrees Friday and many inland areas. Of Portugal and we're expected the top one hundred sixteen degrees in some places on Saturday I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington Support for. NPR comes from the Lemelson foundation committed to improving lives through invention in the US and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next, generation of inventors more information is available at Lemelson dot org and the Robert. Wood Johnson foundation at RWJF dot org.
Simone, Director and Hollywood discussed on NPR News Now
"Musician's musician simone passed away in two thousand three this year's class also includes the cars dire straits bon jovi an early influence sister rosetta tharp for npr news i'm kabeer bhatia oscar winning director me lows form and has died the czech born director was best known for one flew over the kuko's nest and amadeus but before arriving in hollywood in the nineteen sixties forman directed several internationally recognized films in the then czechoslovakia forman died in the hospital near his home in connecticut he was eighty six i'm barbara klein npr news in washington.