18 Burst results for "Karaj"

"karaj" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"karaj" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tickets go to museum dot TV and $2 off each ticket used the promo code W G. N Let's rock on TV. 80 is currently 10 make that 11 45 here in Chicago. 7 20 wg and Steve Bertrand in for John Williams. Dimitrius, Ivory Meteorologist from WG and TV is on the phone line as well. Dimitrius. Welcome back. Nice to talk to you. Always a pleasure, are you? I'm fine. I don't know where to start with you because I kind of thought I really I thought the smoky son would be gone. But I'm driving in today and it's just that you re sort of Science fiction is looking orb out there. How long is that going to be with us? So we should start seeing some change tomorrow on your right. It it is. It's really serious matter fact are sunburned time at 4 P.m. is 90 minutes. You know, we've never I mean, at least not this even except for on a cloudy day, 90 minutes, pretty on time. And you know otherwise, on a sunny day out there so we wouldn't know. You mean it takes 90 minutes to get a sunburn. Is that what you're saying? Well, and that's you know, obviously everybody was sure right from are, you know kind We don't want folks to think. No, no, I know, but I 89 minutes right. But Yeah, and it's I mean, it's beautiful. In a way I feel almost guilty taking it in because it's so much worse out in the Northwest. That's true. I mean, those number they're usually usually for the four PM you're talking about 35 minutes. 40 minutes. Ah and 25 minutes, right around 1 P.m. put there right now, and I think they're up to 40 minutes and 90 minutes. So it is beautiful Karaj because it's so higher and so high in the atmosphere right? But it's just that beautiful kind of milky sky and red Sunset is certainly not his bright, but does it have any impact on the temperature?.

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"karaj" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"karaj" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Karaj for the number forty three car the Talladega superspeedway outside Birmingham the car is driven by Bubba Wallace who is African American the incident happened after NASCAR bans the possession and display of Confederate flags and images at all races a move the twenty six year old Wallace have been leading Wallace's a Cup series driver for the racing team owned by NASCAR legend Richard Petty Dave seven there was a shooting around midnight in Charlotte North Carolina two people dead twelve injured either shot or hit by cars as they ran away in Seattle last night's it was also late last night it was in the shop sold more shots fired I'm running away that's from a post on twitch by showing we one person was reported in serious condition at several block area protesters took over shooting left a man dead there on Saturday John Bolton claims his new book out tomorrow is about making money the ex national security adviser claims president trump try to get you crane in China to help in his reelection Democrats are upset Bolton didn't testify in the impeachment trial but he tells ABC news it would have made no difference because minds were made up on Capitol Hill but you're also saying no Bolton hopes FOR a trump twenty twenty loss just a one term presidency didn't plunge the country you're retrievable a into a downward spiral we can't recall from another president called him a wacko this is the book is illegal full of classified information in the president's just tweeted again about expanded mail in voting claiming the twenty twenty election will be rigged with millions of ballots printed by foreign countries and he also tweeted overnight the surgeon coronavirus cases in many states is because of.

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"karaj" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:28 min | 11 months ago

"karaj" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Home watch it on TV listening to it on the radio put your flag like you said you didn't Karaj and enjoy the race but if you're going to attend a race and you have a flag and you feel like you need to fly it you're probably not going to get it the stereotype of the NASCAR fan would say that a majority of them support the Confederate flag and that's why they fly that racism you're not you're closer to NASCAR you know the sport you you've been there what twenty plus years connected to NASCAR tell me is that a stereo type that isn't true absolutely absolutely it's not true yeah I'm I'm I'm a I'm at thirty one races a year and have been for twenty years do I see a flag flying from time to time absolutely thank you and certainly there are tracks were it's more prominent than others if we go here to Michigan international speedway there's a pretty good chance that you are not going to see a flag a third of a Confederate flag flying anywhere on the property there are other tracks that when we get down south where you're more apt to see it but I I will tell you this huge there was no the opportunity to fly that flag but I can tell you this that over the years the times you see that flag have diminished a lot so if we go to a track down south and I don't really wanna pick on one over another but if we go to a track down south yeah you may see a half a dozen of those flags compared to what we used to see you know it's no where near so absolutely that's a stereo type it is warranted it's unfortunate that hangs over NASCAR's had and I think anybody that goes to Michigan international speedway would agree with me that the Unabomber huge you know what I'm talking about these are families a lot of families go to the race track sure they're still the guys that go but there's a lot of women that they'll call a women's weekend and go to the race track so salute Lee a stereo type and one that we need to abolish immediately and NASCAR banned Confederate flags in their races in NASCAR events and facilities they immediately and they sent out a press release just about thirty minutes ago and on the positive side of things NASCAR is the first board to announce and they were but I think the first to come back to announce plans to welcome back fans to select NASCAR Cup series races will begin this week and with the Dixie vodka four hundred at homestead down in Miami and also a tele Dega on June twenty first so that's good news yeah it is you know it would be in you and I've talked about this before and and I think that a lot of people that are listening right now that may not have been grass carp bands have been some of those that have to stand again either on radio or on television because the NASCAR numbers are up dramatically our people have been tuning into NASCAR there's nothing else to watch maybe we've created a new fan they've got Martinsville tonight under the lights and by the way he's that's the first time we've ever run a couple races on NASCAR's oldest track on a light seven o'clock tonight on fox or FS one so yeah there we go off to homestead just gonna be a thousand people there first responders in front line workers that they're bringing in at homestead just outside of Miami from there we go to Talladega five thousand only five thousand me to place holds a hundred thousand huge but we're gonna see five thousand fans bearing NASCAR is working very hard with every state trying to determine whether they can allow fans on the property or not the struggles of voice of NASCAR on the motor racing network west Michigan based joining us on the metro health sports medicine guess on so before I let you go who do you like the other night at Martinsville I'd like you know little surprise here what is the number forty eight is a seven time champion and he has a one twenty sixteen Jimmy Johnson I think goes to victory lane tonight this is final run his year isn't it yeah it is right I think everybody even if you didn't you know grow up if you will is a Jimmy Johnson fan I think everybody in the NASCAR community loyal NASCAR fans well over dot would like to see Jimmy go to victory lane at least one more time just because of all he is meant to the sport in the US car hopefully comes to light Jeff we'll stay in touch my friend stay safe I will you too but you still don't the struggle tell it like it is clear with me long overdue by NASCAR he's been at those tracks and races for twenty four years NASCAR has banned the Confederate flag from all races and NASCAR events we'll wrap up our coverage of MLB draft day two thousand and twenty Tigers are sitting there with the first pick tonight all the reports out of Detroit say they'll go with power hitting first baseman slash L. fielder Spencer Torkelson from Arizona state portal since that's it just torque Emily Walden from athletic she covers the Tigers minor league system she.

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"karaj" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"karaj" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A totally false prospectus and I'll tell you what the one thing Boris these today if he gets back off fishing rights give Scotland two hundred miles from the mall so you that's that would be the end of a separate is not that great of a great are you going to the state units and I yeah hi set the Avalon good but I will see you there in in the in the house chamber thank you so much by Nigel Karaj former member of the E. U. parliament back in just a minute thanks for your listening to Glen Jack so it turns out that this corona virus is real and they're talking now about China quarantining the entire country they just did another city there say on all its it's getting smaller now we just did another five million people this morning and they're talking about quarantining you know just the one and a quarter billion people so it's great what is this going to mean to your stocks what is this going to mean to your money if this is an actual global pandemic nothing good and that's why gold is going up I want you to call gold mine right now they're giving away a ninety nine point nine nine nine percent pure silver bouillon a coin it's three quarter outscoring just for calling in having a conversation about your retirement portfolio and how to protect it please I urge you to.

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"karaj" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"karaj" Discussed on The Big 98

"Time play Amy verses lunch box here we go maybe a question we go gold trivia questions for dudes we ask them to you yeah they're supposed to be hard are you ready for question number one ready action what is the lowest ranking belt color in corrente what is the lowest ranking belt color and got out there yes I mean all I mean I know black sells the highest it's ever so glad the highest of feel like Lois is either like I don't know something like purple or yellow something that maybe yellow red black and red or black they getting the snakes right yeah because who's a very right now the lowest colorful yeah once but you can still on when I used to do karate I'd say white bill why then they sent out a day I've heard that before in Karaj today on dozens of my backyard training videos for MMA UFC Amy engine string is measured by one engine string is measured by what horsepower I think you're ready give me a multiple choice and I was like well I'm not an answer no okay listen to it out are you ready the ravens play the Packers in NFL's in it and it's L. preseason on Thursday who is the Packers quarterback the Packers.

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"karaj" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"karaj" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Man in okay then still roll one hundred forty four thousand never been wow that's great not now the the engine works great but is it kind of rested up well you know that I've got personal experience I used to talk about my red white and rusty S. ten all the time and motor coach the first one is no more what the program the special black and will you get a gallon of motor so do you optimizers than in the original black with gold emblem first yeah and I still have that Hey skirt yeah that's a collectible now yeah well I'll try a new one fortunately I've taken a devilish here I don't you get you get stuck with what I think is Tucker it is very pretty Styler what is which singer is married to Trudie Styler I don't know who Trudie Styler is his car in a garage in Chicago but I was in Chicago we was Michael Karaj mate so is this singer connected to two of the city of Chicago you know I don't know yeah that's a good question I'm looking for anything and I'm trying to help a brother out here he Hey I know these but a lot of times now it's time eighteen maybe getting now.

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GM Doubles Down on Self-Driving

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:55 min | 2 years ago

GM Doubles Down on Self-Driving

"If you're bullish on ridesharing firms Uber, and lift both now, public, you probably believe in a future, where fewer people owned cars more people hill rides and self driving cars will eventually show up when you need them and disappear when you don't this leaves a big question unanswered. However, if fewer people own cars, who's going to provide all those vehicles that Uber and lift now. Essentially rent from their owners, General Motors thinks it might be the company to do it. Here's Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance, Rick, what you have a lot of analysts think is going to happen. Is that the ride hailing company that went public recently over lift, and there are some others, but these companies are going to increasingly. The way people get around, we may have self driving cars eventually, and if you have self driving cars, and you don't need to own a car so much, if you can summon, a car, whenever you need it. How, how gonna fit into this? One of the things jam is planning to do is, they're planning to operate the fleets of cars that were, and lift and other ride sharing services might offer to people. So these days, GM, basically sells cars to individuals into fleets, and so forth. I mean mostly, that's what they do. They sell cars. They don't operate fleets. But in the future, they could actually operate fleets of hundreds of thousands of cars that GM owns and live contracting with GM to have their cards, going out to pick people up and who knows maybe GM watch. Telefe and become a competitor to lift, you know, it's interesting because General Motors has its hooks in like a handful of these related companies, right? Yeah. GM owns a six point four percent stake in lift. So it has good insight into how lift operated probably access to some of the data about how people are using cars. Of course. It has a lot of data on how its own customers used cars, and what a lot of people in the transportation industry think is going to happen is, there's just going to be less need for people to of equal in the future. Some people still, you know, some people will think that's the ultimate convenience. But if you think about it people who own a car, most of the time, it just sits there, whether drive to work, and then it sits in a parking lot for eight hours or cheating, your Karaj overnight. I mean, no one's making money off of their car, no, what shooting it for any purpose in one of the things that ridesharing could do. I I'm not sure it's going to happen. Fast or easy. But one of the things you could, you know, you just get out of a car, so if it's not your personal vehicle anymore, but it's part of a fleet, well, it's kind of like an airplane, you know airplanes fly airlines fly planes. It's often as they can match return on investment in the airplane thing. Same thing with people who operate right hailing services that car to be moving around making money for you, generating revenue as often as possible, and once that actually such to save money for consumers, and it could at some point people will own cars. So that's a big risk for companies make cars, General Motors, Ford, and Fiat, Chrysler speaking with Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance about his piece, entitled, how GM plans to prosper when people stopped buying cars. How about this cruise automation that it owns as well. Jim. What was basically a startup? I think in twenty sixteen. Crude automation, does self-driving software accord General Motors has Joe technology. Now regard, Jim actually has a sort of a moderated self-driving system already for sale in some tattle. It's called super crews, and it's similar to what tesla sells with autopilot. But you wanted to make sure it has all the technology needs show crews in cruise automation, which San Francisco actually has its own internal ride hailing service for employers, and they, you can tell one of their own cars, which are Chevrolet volt electric vehicles, and some of those are fitted out with self-driving software. And I think at this point anybody who's doing test self-driving cars safety driver in the car, but sometimes in cities where they allow it the car will operate in self driving with a safety driver there to intervene, but there's all kinds of experimentation going on. On auto makers, of course, conservative that somebody might some tech company might come along with a better idea. Do it faster. One of the things Mark rice told me, the president of GM when I interviewed him recently is comfortable, their automative technologies said, we really know how to build cars, and we don't think anybody's going to do that better than us. But we are bad at is moving fast. And they have gone studied a lot of what happens in Silicon Valley. They wanna tap silicon valley's ability to just turn technology around very fast, instead of, you know, what's basically a five to ten year planning cycle, if you're an automaker, thanks Rick. Rick Newman senior columnist at

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"karaj" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Question. One two, three. Now back to your host, and John pay. Hey, thanks for stand through the break. We appreciate you tuning in this morning. This is the in the house radio show. Brought to you by universal roof and contracting. If you have any questions we'd like to talk to you honeydew list around there any project. She got going. We've been talking about the tools. You use when you do that, and not being Milwaukee and we've been talking about the project. We've had my big garage thing here going. But we want to talk to you about home improvement, anything you have we'd like to talk to, you also talked about a lot of storms stuff that we've been out looking at and people with leaks in roofs, and taking a look at those, and we do all of that for free. We're glad to give you an analysis of your roof and what's going on with it, and using a local contractor. I founded the business and started in nineteen seventy-two been around a long time. So love to help you. You can reach universal roof and contracting, four zero seven two nine five seven four zero three and we come right out and give you hand quickly talk about a couple of things that are with the building that we've got help from the Milwaukee tools, we talked about the Karaj floors, and the puck see that we're doing also the garage doors that we put in were done by a local company that I would totally recommend that did an amazing job, eight-plus, plus garage doors. They use some Hosters that I think are the very, very best stores I've ever seen on anyone's garage, and they're absolutely amazing. Done by a plus garage door. If you have any needs for garage or maintenance on it or on your own garage doors, the number to call is three eight six two one six three four seven nine also lift master, doors, the doors, the openers that we have put on or just absolutely amazing their sight, mount system. Tell us about Josh. Yeah. So it's the lift master eighty five hundred w and, you know, I would recommend it if you, if you have the space and you can do it, as a retrofit the, the differences is that a standard crotch door opener and at my house, I actually have the right obese which are kind of cool because they have a lot of attachments in excess series that, that come down, but I have a lower ceiling and. That's just how it was set up the way that it works with a with a side mount. Is that the track in the middle the chain the belt doesn't exist, the motor is not located above the door. The motor is actually located to the left or right attaching directly to the shaft that the that the spring is mounted on bandits bolted right into the to the would right on the side. So it's bolted it can't move. It's not sitting on some kind of brackets are very strong right? It's mounted directly to the structure, and the way it works is that it just basically spins the shaft and the door raises in the door lowers, and so actually and talking to the guys from a plus they, they explain that realistically, the motor never really lifts the door the motor just starts to lift the door. The actual lifting power is in that spring. So. The, the motor, you know, having a motor to where it's mounted directly to the shaft. There's no slack and a chain or belt that can start to sag over time means it's very smooth lift in a very smooth. You know lowering action. Another great thing about this is that when it lowers its attacks at the doors closed and shoots out automatic, locking. Pins on each side of the door. Yeah. So that means that your door is not only closed but it's locked it's locked at the shaft because the Motors, not moving. And it's also locked on the left and right of the track, which is a great option for security. It contains a battery backup and it's also WI fi connected. So you can get an app on your phone and all that. Great stuff the best part about it, though. Living in Florida hurricane season, is it. If you just say you had to evacuate the door would be closed at the motor, and it would be locked securely on the left and right. So that. Would be a very big security deal, especially if the power goes out for extended period of time and you're right. It is amazing quiet. And then we'll talk about that more coming up. We're coming up onto a break, so we'll be back in a few minutes. We'd like to talk to you, so during the break, give us a call eight four four to two zero zero nine six five for Texas question. Two one two.

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"karaj" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Nice garage for the house picked out some beautiful beautiful doors with glass in them. All insulated meeting all the new wind mitigation uplift stuff just phenomenal. How Joe and Tom with a plus Karaj or have helped? This with us. Yeah. They've done an awesome job. They truly have and the phone number for a plus is three eight six eight seven eight six one four zero. So if you like what you're hearing about us telling you about replacing your garage door. Give them a call eight plus three eight six eight seven eight six one four zero. I do want to go to a text question. Because this is this is right on with the start of hurricane season. So they have they have concrete stained floors during rainstorms, strong winds water comes from under the baseboard beneath each window builder. Says it's normal close. Not. Yeah. There there should never be the entry of wind-driven rain. That's what that is. It's wind-driven rain. But there should never be the entry of water into a home. You know, unless obviously you left a window open. Yeah. I mean that that. Brings up a number of points. One of the recommendations that we have for windows. You know, we would we only use renewal by Anderson. That's the company that universal roof and contracting.

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"karaj" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on KTRH

"The website. Their name is in the website, Houston. Paddock coders dot com. Do you think other people know that at this point? Yes, I think that's a given all star construction. Houston owned and operated by the same family since nineteen seventy nine A plus rating with the Better Business Bureau. If you need to knock down walls expand build a garage apartment, building Karaj building addition do interior remodeling all-star construction can help you make the house. You have the home you want to eight one eight four seven zero two nine four two eight one eight four seven zero two nine four thinking about buying a new car. Visit car pro USA dot com to get expert car buying advice, read, independent reviews and connect with highly rated certified dealers, car pro USA dot com turns buying a car into a priority. Experience. The folks at independent electrical contractors. They know you're already a good electricity. They want to help you become a better business owner, Leanne loss labor laws contract laws form and training project management training OSHA laws in classes, continuing education tax seminars human resources, seminars succession, planning who are you going to sell your company to who's going to take over as you get older, I strongly encourage you to be a member of a group. I'm a big believer in and have been for many years. Independent electrical contractors seven one three eight six nine nineteen Seventy-six from the Gulf Coast windows dot com traffic center this report is sponsored by indeed dot com. Indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings screener questions, then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more at indeed dot com slash higher. Things are happening..

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"karaj" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Because I was thinking that way in doing that way. I mean, I started working my family business before the internet came out. And so I know exactly what I'd be doing. I'd be building bricks and mortars businesses. You know, I'd have stores. I'd be a merchant. That's good. That's good real businessman. Always you know, like selling lemonade and going to Karaj sales and shoveling people's snow and raking leaves and mowing lawns and selling lemonade and baseball cards, and I've never known anything else. Ever ever? Also what you? That's awesome. What would you advise basis on what he that's looking at going online and studying either business blowing away side? Let me tell you what not to do. Don't chase the money too, many people that are watching this right now aren't going to do homework and read things that say will find in the streets that pay well and pay for click. They start building websites about cancer because cancer terms over three hundred dollars a click or or cancer. It's a little extreme or they're selling. The hot thing right now. Silly bands that make bracelets chasing the dollar. They're chasing the moment instead of chasing what they're about. So let's say before you start any internet business. Take a look in the mirror a real hard. Look and say, what am I good at self-awareness rubber? What am I good at like, what am I good at what stories can I tell what have I done in my life? A lot of people don't know. So then ask the ten people around you like going ten people that are close to you in ten people that you know, a little bit. You went to high school with you. I mean, it was here's a good example when I started getting internet famous all my friends from high school, it showed up on my Facebook wall. They were all like, oh, we always knew. And I was like really because I do ask them those questions. Right. Like like, it makes sense. Like, so I think what you need to do is audit needs audit yourself with yourself. And be honest. You need to audit yourself with ten to fifteen people that are closest to you and say, what do I bring to you like funny? Reliable. What do I was talking about? Oh, you trust my opinion and movies. And then you need to ask ten people that are kind of around. You you worked with them. Once you've talked to them a bunch on Twitter. You can just tweet and Facebook and ask people what they think you bring in value. And then you start using that data and saying, okay, I need to be a movie reviewer like online sort of podcast reviewing movies. Things like that. Okay. Good of last one that I think not too many people take. That's very true. What would you say is next biggest platform? That's that's coming out the things on paying attention to or medium Snapchat, vine and when they lo- W E ELO. Which is like a mobile type thing..

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"karaj" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"I'm looking at Lexus right now, Nike and decay. Mine coach, new balance. Steve Madden is perfect. All these brands. And about social media and marketing thing. That nature, I'd be lying to say that I'm so drawn to, you know, very into my roots very into an I just also, no, I can do it. I know. I know it's not glamorous doesn't seem like this remarkable. You know, not a genius, not a maven, but I know that I could walk into that Tommy hilfiger right there. Zuma deluxe obey dick. I know I can walk into that Tommy hilfiger. Outlet store. Right? I know that I could search things on completed, auction completed auctions, not listing price. A lot of people look at what it's listed for doesn't mean it's sold for completed auction price. Money twenty times. Twenty seventeen flip challenge. Help people at into a twenty eight team won. But I think twenty nineteen will be the year of the flip. I literally think I'm very passionate about it and we're definitely filming this Karaj sale for Saturday and you're gonna kill it. And then the sports card unpacking thing. Like on the talked to that, I've about twenty teams of Callan does not that knee. Dan are now me doors, EBay deal like Amazon arbitrage advice of China, solid. And now the bully visit. Of course, brother. Who do you think I am by the new jets for billions of dollars on the back of like flipping sports cards, you have to learn..

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"karaj" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Time entrepreneur. Oh, my gosh, this is this is super easy to answer a hate, sacrificing human context, and I never ever ever thought. I would say that because as someone who is an introvert, I get my energy from being able to refuel by myself or at home just Chilin. I am not the person who needs to go to social event every single night and needs to be around other people to feel happy or energize. I get my energy from alone time. However, I took for granted how much you're little pieces of human contact is helpful and refreshing. And I think the mind, I think I need that in a way that I never knew. So those things like the chats with co workers in the kitchen in the Ella. Vader in passing saying, hi, the security guard all those things, it's mental stimulation. It's fellowship and that fellowship, I miss even if there are people that I don't miss that fellowship is missed. So that's something that's for granted working alone working for yourself can be very lonely, and I have to be intentional about going out and getting that for myself. So some ways that I do that now, obviously joined a co working space of talks about that so that I can see other humans still. It's not the same, right? You don't know these people. You see different people every time you go. So it takes a longer and more effort to form the kind of bonds where you're having conversations regularly. And as an introvert, it's not easy for me to just start talking random people. That's just not my MO. That's not my style. So it is something that I'm going to work on, but just being NS. Space with other humans, especially other women is still nice to be around. So I do appreciate that just seeing other people and not being just in my home with just me and my husband. I also missteps. So that's another reason why I had to go out and join a co working space steps, taking steps, like senior Fitbit, go from fifteen thousand steps to like four thousand. It's it's startling right? You also take for granted like men. It's going to take me a lot to get these steps in. Take me a lot to be physically active unless I actively make plans to like, go from here to here and here here. It's not as easy anymore, but it's so important. You need those steps, the suggested number of steps that everyone should take every day, ten thousand steps. So I have to make sure that I'm not just taking three thousand steps because before you know it, you are putting on weight, you're on healthy, your into your body is not. Feeling as well as they could. And so so are things that I hate sacrificing. So I go out of my way to make sure that I am being active and that I am getting that human contact because I refuse to let that suffer. Number seven. What podcast program do you use to interview people remotely? I'm interested in podcasting. What tools do you use to record? Edit? So I use Skype and e Cam call recorder to record most of my interviews with people. All my interviews are remote. No one is in the same room. As me e Cam call recorder is for MAC. If you are recording and you use a PC, you can still use kype, but in order to record, you would just use the Pamela software that is similar to Cam. But for PC's there are other options that you can use the us. There's zoom. There is an caster and even heard some people use Uber conference send castor is one that you know every one of these platforms comes with some technical limitations, and there's some people that always have issues within caster. They're people who always have issues with Skype. It spans again, cabinet. I've had times when Skype, for whatever reason just crashed, not too many times. Thank goodness. In that case, I have tested out zoom for an interview before, but I think Skyping econom- gives the best audio quality so far says my producer, so I'm going to stick with that. However, I will continue to dabble when needed to see what other software is out there. But that's what I use as far as editing. I just had it directly in Karaj ban that comes on math, but they're other programs out there. I break this all down actually in one of my lot post. So if you'd like to learn more about how to get started, I wrote a guide about this..

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"karaj" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Now wmal traffic and weather every 10 minutes first on the fives here's jamie whitten in had deep carpet cleaner traffic center just a couple of areas where we have semi delays here due to a crash on sixty six eastbound at the beltway still at the right lane blocked coming from fair lakes ferrell's below speed in through south deriding the accident slows you if you take fifty for your morning travels lee jackson memorial highway fifty as you come up toward pleasant valley road so that's the stop and go once you get past then you're good to 28 and then continuing beyond 28 look problems unto seventy just some pockets of delays forming it's been lighter than normal out of frederick down to the beltway so watch approaching passing at urbana again at 109 and now briefly in rockville felt ways been jammed up for awhile now trying to get prama college park on the inner loop side around the two oon kennelworth avenues started off the rush hour box truck went off the roadway than we had a second crash rate in that same area so ninety five south south of the icc that stop and go delay takes you onto that interloop stretched too kennelworth and beyond you are in good shape no problems report heading into town on southeast south west freeway looking good tightly at lighter than normal new york avenue in bound up the signal lights up laden's burt road of with heavy a stretch with their now karaj door repair dot com the wmal weather channel forecast the windy colder force year today decreasing clouds with gusting northwest winced temperatures falling back through the thirty the with the wind feeling even colder twenty tonight sending it around forty saturday how you can do and from the weather channel on wmal case thirty two degrees in the nation's capital temperature dropping sell seven forty seven on wmal all right so we were talking a little bit earlier about you know at least three hundred companies have offer bonuses and pay raises and in.

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"karaj" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Absolutely so we saw that was under the thing is he yes honda i showed off their fuel electric car in fact antoine goodwin on our team drove one from champions go down to las vegas for the building of the car which is pretty cool now the avenger fuel cells the basically electric cars but rather than having a big battery they pull their electricity from an onboard hydrogen tank and even refill those in about five minutes give or take so yeah and zero you could basically get a full amount of range from compressed liquid hydrogen in about these him outta town will take you through up your car range on those test destined to be in the 2 officially three in amal range let's this planning and again no emissions of the water vapour we've seen more and more companies working on it both honda and toyota have been come taking the lead here but honda i now has this car is well which is pretty great to see necessary acquitted nicelooking little crossover suv on but they are actually the problem is much bigger you know if i have an easy in fact i do have any be like as plug it in my garage charged up in in the next day is fully charged with i don't go further than not the range my car i don't even need to think about charging with a hydrogen system you don't probably have a hydrogen filling station in your karaj so that what you need to find one and there are you know i think maybe a dozen or two in new york state's which a pretty big in california there's more but still there are very very hard to find on and getting those things deployed in metropolitan areas actually pretty difficult because hydrogen is of course rather explosives so the needs to be some regulation on that front too so the potential is there the emissions are great the rangers great assault a lot of the problems and the nice thing is a kind of piggybacks on ed technology from a drive train standpoints that's nice to be distribution there's actually even harder than on the sad because you can put a charge exertion privilege and where he wanted to the we store big tank hydrogen anyway he wanted georgia how much is is.

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"karaj" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"You get shots of tom cruise a writing a karaj rocket reaching for his gun holster sh and then shots of a waitress walking by tables and then shots of tom cruise jumping out of an airplane and then more shots of the waitresses feet maybe i mean a her feeder exciting to a lot of the trade of did that's a good point that's a good point advocate for the community but of course when the verse finally comes back in we get back to the narrative element of video which involves west berlin dressed like a waitress this is of course a larry kooky bearing on my way you haven't even heard that way you haven't even heard the best theory when that so crazy you haven't even heard the funniest part yet key tell me he looks at the camera and shrugs and then he has a face where he like i can't even describe it it's like kind of like my hey hey it's like officials show it's worse like it's like like part of the shrug to commit at attempted it like he likes shrugs through the fourth wall it's very funny yeah it's like what he alan like it's hilarious woody allen for you down break down that wall we got to talk about was borland like a little bit like he's got the chinstrap he's got the big o t but no mustache man no mustache dis him not having the mustache facilitate the makeup.

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"karaj" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:41 min | 4 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on WTMA

"And the star of biodun spy harden pumpkin head to gave line who else having a birthday today as stale getty from the golden girls was born on this day in nineteen 23 and walter payton said sweetness chicago bears legend was born on this day in nineteen fifty four by the way today is national hot fudge sundae day yes go out and celebrate accordingly we've got about thirty eight days and told labor day weekend it was on this day and 1950 to puerto rico the rich port became the cell selfgoverning commonwealth of the united states i believe now they want back in now that there are a billion dollars in debt a yeah daddy can we come home nineteen eighty caddyshack was released of course starring the incredible bill murray it was on this day in 1990 roseanne your member her roseanne grabbed her karaj while butchering the star spangled banner at a san diego oh padres game she was booed like crazy it was on this day and 1999 i dunno remember this they tried to relive woodstock back at 1999 they had this music festival in rome new york it ended in fires looting and raping well that's just lovely and it was on this day in two thousand texas governor george w bush selected dick cheney to be his running mate for the office of vice president it's fourteen minutes past 6 o'clock on the big talker twelve fifty wtma access charlie james at eight forty three five five six twelve fifty or email charlie that wtma dot com charlie james and the cna morning show tna morning show with charlie james one nation undo savvy it doesn't look ahead twenty years and think about with the country's going to be like it grandfather i like a grand by the bar on your raise bottled from four years at the back and forth called progess they're not going to be the next einstein and the next cycle of skis how do i know it because you know it that's how i now and micheal savage savage nation that weekday afternoons at three honda of the top carrier wtma progressive presents mindfloness with flo you are a mighty fortress of supreme knowledge progressive direct has not only revealed their rates but those of us if you're on the morning you may be drowning woo hoo now compare progressive direct.

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"karaj" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"karaj" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"Not that impressive a song third birds it's so exciting to see humming birds can fly off down backwards even upside down in some cases they're very small birds even the giant hummingbird is only about the size of a starling or a cardinal and the b hummingbird is not much bigger than its namesake a b one time i had to rescue a hummingbird that got cotton my karaj and when i held it i was surprised it was so light it almost didn't feel like i was holding anything go grab a us nickel and you got the wheat other ruby throat at hummingbird in the palm of your hand hummingbird's only live in north and south america so if you live somewhere else in i've never seen one have an adult help you find a video there are some great videos about hummingbird's and thanks very much to the mccauley library at the cornell lab of ornithology for those great hummingbird sounds next up a question about a much larger bird my name is annemarie and six years old i left in boesman montana my name is and i'm 10 years old and i live in plymouth thing hampshire i question is my question is why do i mean goes stand on one leg why you from and go stand on leg our answer comes from paul rose he works at the wild fowl and wetlands trust at slimbridge in the united kingdom question by scientists for a number of you who are going to thumbs.

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