22 Burst results for "Karna"
Gadget Lab Podcast
"karna" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"Whatever it is. Find you a date. Find you a damn, right, or find you a scammer on hinge. But yes, but companies like DoorDash, Uber, Lyft, that have had a really challenging time turning a profit, but are so heavily funded by all these entities. That we are basically as consumers benefiting from this relatively new structure that's in place in society that is funding our rides, right? And so you do have to wonder about buy now pay later and long-term profitability and what their businesses look like in a really serious downturn and how much that quote unquote free money will continue to flow and who ultimately is funding our purchase of the thing. So you talked to levchin about what the world would look like if people stopped using credit cards and started using buy now pay later services. And he has a pretty rosy view of this future, right? Yeah, I mean, he's just so anti credit card. He was very on the message. When I posed the question of what is a society look like when we're buying all of our things on by now pay later versus credit cards, he was just like, well, that's great. I mean, better than credit cards. I mean, he has skin in the game, of course, right? So we can't really trust him to paint any kind of skeptical scenario, but what do you think would happen? If they really did succeed, not just a firm, but karna and all after pay all these companies really did succeed in replacing the credit card as the traditional way of offsetting financial responsibility for something. To the near future for most Americans. I think what you see is then more fee start to emerge. Maybe in different ways. Because what a buy now pay later company has to do is strike this delicate balance between what they're charging merchants to partner with merchants and handle their transactions. And what their what their charge and consumers, if anything at all, or eventually charging consumers. And in the event of creeping interest rates, if interest rates go up again, a series downturn, people stop shopping in 2023, whatever may happen. A company like a firm or its competitors are going to constantly have to manage that balance to figure out where they're going to get money from. And so who are they going to cater to more in that kind of dynamic? The merchants or the customers, the consumers, people who are clicking after pay or not or whatever it is at the point of checkout. And right now, a firm says they only have about 2% of the ecommerce market. So there's a lot of room for growth. So as they grow, where does that cost get shifted? I wouldn't be surprised if it was more on the consumer. Then again, I'm not running the business. So I don't know. But I imagine, yeah, over time, there have to be more fees, or more ways to just get more people onto the platform. Baked in in ways we notice in a ways we don't probably. So maybe what we need to do is watch now and find out later. Yeah, it's like the thing that your editor might never want you to write at the end of a story. I guess we'll just have to wait just wait and see. Oh boy. That's my favorite thing to cut out of any story. All right. Let's take another break, and when we come back, we'll do our recommendations. All right, welcome back.
Journey to Wherever
"karna" Discussed on Journey to Wherever
"Allowed to do And i think you'll you're constantly evaluating that risk though within those boundaries which would be which would would be similar to my argument before of i work. We standards regulations We've got kurds of conduct and practice. And you know what the limits the boundaries because. That's your industry. So i think you'll you'll performing a risk assessment to determine whether or not the achieving the outcome of the patient is worthwhile but to me that there's there's an element of you've probably desire to want to treat the patient to give them the best outcome. Yeah but but along the way send the certain say for example maneuvers. Yes may be deemed too risky. Yes get desire which then means you go to explain to the person while they might get up off the table and still karna feel the same. Yes what they were before. And then you go to mitigate ins explained to them that you know. This is a long journey yet. It's all that stuff that they don't want to hear. Yes so in terms of fulfilling the desire the happiness of wow what a great therapist. I feel much better now. All this is a great. You know all that good stuff. Yeah you got to explain to them. The reason why. It may seem like they've if you may feel like as well that they've wasted time being treatment room with. You said you know what i mean. It's like a lot of a lot of the like your. I think your your probably your probably one of the And this is not take away from industry. I'm just trying to look at it from a from system point of view. Yeah you might be one of the cogs in the wheel that can that can improve or change her situation but this desire actually rests not with you it's really with them With the patient. And it's ease the desire with the patient willing to take the risk and stay with you have faith or are they willing to take a much riskier thing..
"karna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast
"karna" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast
"There was a paper that came out recently called complex neuro vascular system in the dentistry of tyrannosaurus and it was published in historical biology by so chiro koby and sochi tori. And it's around how t. Rex may have had a sensitive tip of its snout like that displayed. A source horny yet but the headlines were more about it being a foodie or a picky eater. Where's the display a source. One was like it was a tender lover. It it's a really interesting. The two different headline types. There's a lot of reasons. It would be useful to have a sensitive snout so to kind of summit up. I liked the way the new york times article. Put it quote. T. rex to eat blindly and basically t rex had these complex nerves and the tip of the jaw may have been sensitive and that would have helped. Tell the difference between soft tissue and other parts of the meat. It was eating so then. If it was available it could choose to eat the soft parts interesting. Which is why people were talking about being foodie. So what the others did was they. Cat scan a left mandible or job. t rex. It was an immature specimen. That was found in the hell creek formation. And they also. Cd scanned some other orna. Fisken's like triceratops montessori fuqua stores and they looked at extent crocodilians and birds and what they were doing was they were looking at the neuro vascular canal. That's this combination of where small blood vessels and nerves collagen fibers and sells stored fat. Were and in t. Rex the neuro vascular canal in the dentistry has this complex branching pattern actually similar to extend crocodiles and what they said were. Tactile foraging birds on his which are also known as ducks. Kind of interesting to think of t. Rex being similar to a duck So they assumed that the upper job t. rex had a similar
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Bill Rogio Describes ISIS-K's Role Within the Terrorism Community
"We are back with the editor of a superlative publication. The long war journal long war journal dot. Org bill roggio army veteran national guard veteran. He's been to afghanistan. He's been to iraq and he's telling us what we need to know about the recent withdrawal from kabul in may. He just sent me the article in may he predicted while the taliban would to build help on millions of listeners who now have to prepare for the twentieth anniversary of september. The eleventh. what you discussed the taliban you've discussed al qaeda where it is isis fit into this constellation of jihadi organisations and especially isis k. Who allegedly were behind the murderer marines coleman on that Army he stuff sajjan. Sure and the islamic state is an al-qaeda of course So al qaeda and the taliban host jihadist groups are in one camp these state is the bastard child of al qaeda they share the same ideology to restore the the calvet and impose islamic state. They just have different ways of doing it. The islamic speech way is basically my way or the highway they wanna declare the california now and go for it. Al qaeda's way is look. We build our emirates. Do this arab. Believe you don't declare until we protect it we build our state is like the The leninist versus. Trotskyite i i. It's the perfect analogy so That's what we have. The islamic state in afghanistan is There is an opposition time because it's opposes. The caliban primarily be a job her however there are reports and some of this comes from the united nations. And i'm not going to be very clear not saying this attacker. Those attack happened recently in kabul. Were related to this. However i suspect they were united. Nations has reported that the islamic state which has been largely defeated by the taliban now operates cellular moving small control. Small territory The reports that at work which is a part of the powerful group within the taliban uses islamic state sometimes to carry out attacks. Use them as a cut out for hang on this. This is getting deep dive. So let's just reiterate i. I love that phrase. Boston child of al-qaeda once the caliphate wants the world revolution now like trotsky did for the communists. I this karna son. Isis in afghanistan is small They're week but there are elements in the taleban like the connie's that use or exploit isis as some kind of cut out for their own personal
What The Flip Podcast
"karna" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"Karna chronicle might be. It might very difficult to convince people who like the first one to like this. One is a bit like he men thing if you accept this is even worse because chronicle set you up for the characters it wasn't about people with powers it was about these characters and then when you make a second one that's not about those characters you're going to have to do as good or better convince people that this other movie is worth watching and can't do that then. You're going to have a tough time. I i do think it's easy as well isn't going to have. It's going to have to tread the same steps. They get their powers. They have to learn how to use them. Was the conflict gonna come from. Is it going to be one of them. Is going to also go by or some other superpower being. Are they going to bring in the we don't we don't we don't know any of those. I don't think there needs to be needs to be a. I mean he's always good to have a antagonists. But i think the the what makes the first chronicle so good was really the the insight and a focus on the character's specifically of andrew and matt the cousins and how he was was kind of like he was the alex of the group like he was like you guys got his powers responsibility. Let's be good. Andrew was the will of the greek words. It's like fuck. I got powering enough training fucking kill. Everyone and in michael jordan's character. Steve was more of like the i. Guess the mark of the group in a sense where he's just like. I can fly anxieties kind of like get killed by lightening but the focus on the character especially andrew where he came from. Abc family how that kind of woman him what happens when someone who has been so hot had live such a hard psychological offering in life where he doesn't really have friends he doesn't really feel connected to the world now he's got powers of essentially nakal god like how does that walker mind nothing with these women for shot college. Who who knows like who knows what the what this stories all like. Who knows if they've got like maybe is racial issues is is somewhat one of them. You know being you know having hard time finding work because of ethnicity or but we don't know it could be anything right and so it's been interesting to find out walk. They can do to bring that alive if they are going to go down route. I want them to do it in a way similar that made the first film good is making sure the character's already good the valid interest in otherwise. There's no point is no point like it's just money grant too much from past iterations of female versions of things about. We.
Naxos Classical Spotlight
"karna" Discussed on Naxos Classical Spotlight
"Music from europe's arnovitz usas string quartet number three. When karna vici was composed his fourth string quartet he was working quickly in his own manuscript. He wrote the date december. Fourth nineteen twenty four on the opening page when he started writing and at the end of the final movement he wrote the date march. Nineteenth nineteen twenty five. This means he started and completed this quartet in less than four months. Here's the very opening.
"karna" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Jack Hana in the Karna. Don't go nowhere. What? Do okay? Yeah. Kisses are worth waiting for be leave me. I don't stay out late. I don't care to go. I'm home about it. Just me and my neighbors radio I can't afford one ain't Misbehavin. I'm saving my love for you Think that's it? Even when people are talking instead of singing, it's riveting. Jonathan get off hosts and provides a fresh and very personal introduction to the T V special. Glenn Close tells of the tragic story behind her big break as an understudy. Lizza Minnelli tells a story I'd never heard before of when she bailed out Chicago when that stage musical was first opening by substituting for ailing star Gwen Verden as an unbilled replacement. For more than a month. And the story that serves as this documentaries climax of the time. Michael Bennett United, the former current and touring casts of a chorus line for one special performance. Is presented so dramatically. It almost makes you feel like you were there. There are some obvious things missing from this overview of Broadway from 1959 through the eighties, most mentions of Stephen Sondheim for one, So I'm guessing he and his works, which include the groundbreaking company and Follies and Sweeney Todd from those years. Being saved for yet another sequel, which, so far as I'm concerned, can't arrive soon enough. So many Broadway musicals were built around the plot line that the show must go on. Embracing both the archive and the spirit of Rick Mackay. That should be the case with these Broadway documentaries as well. David Bianculli is a professor of television studies at Rowan University in New Jersey. He reviewed Broadway Beyond the Golden Age. This month's PBS pledge.
"karna" Discussed on SuperHero Homies!
"So homeboy q. Is referring to. And i'll go ahead and unabashedly mentioned it to you. All i watched about half of it quinton before my eyelids started to betray me. In my energy left me entirely. I home as i have. This bad habits i one of my superpowers is my most prominent one. If i may. I can easily fall asleep. It is most unfortunate in some of these cases. A great for me almost nights but In this particular one and it yep so i'll tell you when i started to get eyelids heavy and that's gonna take. You are bro so what we think of the rest of this episode. What happened and be like okay. I i agree. I don't agree with that bit anyways. So i immediately by not be halfway. Might be a little bit. No no your stress again. No i was conscious. I remember the fuck here so when the news starts circulating around that there was an accident in the amusement park like everyone was starting to get like some type of call or some type of heads up or whatever the case like hey. Something just went down in autumn city amusement park. That's that's when shit after the young man and went back to the restaurant after being harassed by the cops to to for some reason cry at the news announcement that oh man something has happened. Robin's dead in the night wing showed up at the mansion and then my eyelid started to. You know i. I close my eyes a little too long. Homeys okay I can neither confirm nor deny that sleep was involved. My eyes close your and weird. Remain jan you bitch well. I don't know you snore. Nor i do actually have a heavy brief type snore. Yeah yeah but yeah brother. So that's why i'm at what happened after. Then we'll see about that you saw before we move on talking about all so was on the intro. Was who the fuck gizmo gizmo gizmo in his dealers crew getting systematically picked apart by the titans very much so we get sea night wing showing off which is great because season two road that dick so so slowly in reviewing to us. Hey finally here's your wing but Luckily we started off hardwood season. Three like yeah. Look at night wing. This is him in a great form. He's kicking ass and he's he's good at it. The fights cool. He's getting it Somehow not as violent as the would if episode was but still Kicking ass taking names. We see beast boy come out. He doesn't cool stuff. Yeah we see the four main characters connor and it's like if that if that kid They trained karna cancel it. You could just see him by himself. Yeah he's literally clone superman and talk and then of course you have star fire. Who's there as well Yeah so you got just very competent team here and They they quickly and easily take down..
Pop Culture Cosmos
"karna" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"And the fact that this was one of the movies after events in game it you know people still get into it with marvel. What's next thing going forward for the next phase and all that so i think you should have paid her commensurate to somewhere just called. Whatever a billion dollars would have made. Give her that because with disney. It's so funny. Because they send you all these mixed messages were four. Diversity were four. Being woke as a lot of people like to say that that word and we were four being diverse. And all that and you see the changes that they made within their own theme parks in fact i just visited the jungle cruise last week and saw the revamped version of it after they made the amendments which were necessary and needed and they do all these things as far as. That's concerned diversity talk. Their employees are allowing them to be more expressive of themselves. And yet they do something like this. It sends a total mixed message. And i know josh was joking. And he he agreed with me later on in regards to our thoughts on it but he was joking that the normal average individuals. Why should i care about someone for millions of dollars. May nour's yes i understand. It's dealing with someone that makes millions and millions and millions of dollars but still like you said it best. It's it's about the workplace environment. It's commensurate. I mean if this individual individuals karna jansen was someone making twenty five dollars an hour and there were other individuals being paid well more than that she knew and she does the work at she puts in everything necessary. She needs to be commensurate to her equals to her pearson. And in this case whether it's twenty five dollars an hour or twenty five million or thirty or forty million dollars you need to be paid commensurate to what you deserve. And i think for all parties concerned with the best that they just take care of her and move on. I agree. I wish they would have done it. Prior to the and i'm hopeful that they do obviously nobody likes these kind of situations to become public. I don't think she's fired. Many people i mean. I went to a vendors. Campus at disneyland the other day ander so many people so many young ladies so many women so many individuals men and women wearing black widow t shirts. They they'd love to win. Black widow was in live performance watching her. Why is that is because of scarlett johansson. Absolutely it's because of her embodying. That role is because of what she's done over these last twelve thirteen years. Even i sign is clearly upset about the fact that she's not getting paid. He's out there. Crying now. Uses not happy about it doesn't it doesn't change the fact that the house of 'em really needs to look into the mirror and again finally to get this done you know. Find a way to make. The party's happy and yes. This is not a good scenario but it's nothing that them fixing it now with starlit won't fix with the public and especially now it'll give them the opportunities that unilat- we.
Mere Mortals Book Reviews
"karna" Discussed on Mere Mortals Book Reviews
"A bookworm certainly glad that ending cut short. Welcome on the model is to another ran of the book of us. My name is karna. Do these book reviews. Tell those people who want to transcend beyond their own mortality to gain some interesting knowledge on the books that they aren't reading. And today i had for you. The salo who fell from grace with the sea by yukio mashima this book was initially published in nineteen sixty. Three and in the english version has about one hundred and eighty pages. Although initially it was written in japanese it's a story of cactus with very romantic notions that end up crunching against that reality of every day. Life there are three principal characters in the book. The first is nobody who is a japanese child around the age of thirteen. I believe and he does all the normal things that a child will do. He'll go to school. he'll play with his friends. Go on vacations holidays. At but he has this very critical. Mind this mindset of examining everything and trying to find the truth of it. There is his mother who socco who is thirty one years of age and she is a widower who has a very successful business. In the fashionable clothing design area importing stuff from our overseas and selling it in japan and then there is the main character. I guess in a sense which is ryhuji. And who is referenced in the title of the book sailor. And he is indeed a sailor. Who has these grand ambitions..
You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"karna" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Champion now but he got dominated in round one and two out of three judges gave chandler eight before oliver went on to win the belt. How can we not give mcgregor the same benefit of the doubt. Here he might have had a chance to win the fight. Thanks joe hoisted by my own baton. That is an interesting point by you. It really is an interesting point. Now the charlie olvera fight versus chandler was significantly different in all fairness. If we're only going to turn to the ten eight as our reasoning you got legs to your argument. You have legs. They're using some word play but it's still well done. I'm going to give you full credit. That was a different fight. If you'll recall all of our head knocked chandler down had sworn him made the fight eligible for tko which is what makes it eligible for ten eight but chandler came back. do you remember that route. Chandler had his own moments within that fight. Conor just didn't have any. He just did it. I'm not crazy about continuing to speak about this fight. I was just on. Espn doing the tail. Senate show by the way. What appreciate if you all gave that. Watch over on plus. But i want to tell you this. I'm finding myself every time. I talk about this fight putting connor doubt. I just don't like that. I don't like to kick a guy when he's down. I like to offer a hand up. If i want to knock him down later two different story but not once. He's already down. No part of me is looking to do that. And i hope that my words aren't coming out that way. There's also no other way for me to talk about and reflect on that fight and find a positive outlook. It was a beating eating. There was nothing that went great for connor not to mention the i q man i really gotta turn to that and i feel that i'm the only one that's talking about it to poll a guillotine on dustin pouria right with high risk high reward but to pull a guillotine up against the fence. There was simply no chance of that working and he never recovered from that position. So i gotta give him a not. I don't. I don't fault for trying to win the fight and trying to finish it. You gotta go do those things. You've gotta take those risks but to come to that position not realize that it was as soon as dustin cleared the legs instantly get to an under can use that wall to get yourself to her feet. It's just not what con would have done in any other fight so there was some slipping. They're not just what the hands not just with the feet. Not just with the lack of offense from the bottom or the inability to stand up but also with the i q that puts you in that position to start with now. That doesn't totally pertain to what you're asking you're asking. How can we count connor out just because it was a ten eight we can't we simply can't i also don't know that i've heard that argument made. I know that. I certainly haven't made it. I have made one argument which is for the fight that did take place. It was a domination. It was a beating to prove my thesis that it was dominant beating is where i bring in the ten eight rounds. It wasn't three tenths. By the way it was to sal d'amato had at ten nine so i only bring that you because for what did take place under the unified rules. The fighter in the corner did not stop at. The referee considered but did not in a higher power stepped in. That's not great and karna really wanted to be doctor stoppage. He thought that was a good reason. That was a good reason to explain away a defeat while the doctor stopped at as though brushing it off. I'm correcting that. That has never been told accurately and boxing's guilty to when a doctor has to step in. Think about it. A boxing right. You've seen guys get cuts. You sit. Were so bad or as is closed them in some really tough stuff where the referee stops. It brings doctrine. Everybody's breathing everybody's rest. Everybody's getting recovery time and the doctor waves it off. The refs should have made that call in all fairness. That's the way the story should be told. The doctor has to come.
Poke the Bear
"karna" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"And welcome in to poke the bear, episode 50. I'm Evan Aronofsky back here with Conor Ryan. Yes, I'm back from vacation, Connor killed it last week, doing it all on his own, which people don't realize is not easy. That's not an easy thing to do, and I'm not that we don't have a lot to say, but talking for forty-five minutes straight is not exactly the greatest thing in the world for the voice box. So, maybe I'll do the majority of the talking today. You're rested up interests up after that. Yeah, the good thing though, Evan is at least we had to talk about like Oliver ekman-larsson and like it's very easy to get wound up as to why the Bruins couldn't get them cuz he's men legit like a garbage over the last like two years like not not like kind of bad like not Lego little Reclamation project know he costs a crap ton of money and my god he has been absolutely Dreadful so long. Riffing off of a bad for about 20 minutes. Did a pretty good job shutouts Oliver ekman-larsson for hopefully contributing into one positive way. He will on any Bruins discussions because if the Bruins get him we're not begrudge it. Just come out that the coyotes are only. They only want to retain like one point two five million of a salary is that one cameras up. Yeah. Which just the latest and just a clown, a clown show operation about there being this is a team that whether it's the fact that they can't even pay off their own bills for their own Arena, Which is far away outside of the actual City of Phoenix, back to having a horrible farm system to all of their absolute, you know, mishandling of the draft, the last couple of years, or some of the guys they picked coupled with effect. They lost their first pick for things like improper. Like draft testing, I don't know. The exact thing is what it was, losing a first-round pick because of it. So now the new thing is moving karna, Galant Homme. Is they don't want to pay a guy who is been their best foot forward for probably the last two years which seems like he's well in line to get a single. I think he's making seven seventy-five thousand last year. So would seem like he's more than do for that. I would say Evan. Yeah not not going to pay that guy, but then trying to still have leverage when you've got a busted off defenseman, you're trying to offload. So great. Rationale, from that team going to see the NHL's can you to prop up a franchise like that, that seems to slowly be dying in the desert. So, yeah, if we open at 5. So just by burying the coyotes but you know what? They deserve it that reference as a joke I guess they were after a hot start just absolutely ripping ripping apart the coyotes which as you said, very well deserved. I mean, just a joke down there. So funny that like Vegas in like four years. Completely overtook them as like the team in the desert. So happy to see that. Yes, Conor Garland as well. That stuff is great. We'll get into that home..
The Sue Plex Podcast
"karna" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast
"Ago you get into Into things might music as well play music as well and The wrestling scene date. Ss closed barry. Karna moved away from red torch. One of the companies always daybreak liberal Alright w alongside a young pay down and a They closed down as always gonna left with this. Old dominion of like our can move up to Is it norwich. With the. W w where i knew. Some people can move up that or can go back to a previous residents go in london. Which wasn't people went treated very well when it wasn't particularly happy with house treated the and it was a door in is that's going on Play music those shows picking up in konic. You know getting sucked into the lifestyle that comes along with that with the the stuff that comes along with that and to be honest rea- it was never a conscious decision to not arresting maha. It was always very much restaurant with will get that but just kinda say it. Just kind of slipped away a little bit. I got up into some other things. That was a whole journey of his own Like seven years yeah. Seven years again I had some really great times with move music. Ads in great successes Had a track that was picked his truck of the week. Bbc introducing a high big toys in europe. I had some good. Yeah it's a some good success at Fun traveled around the law. Eventually a new. I need to get arrested need to do this. Like this is where my heart is a high opportunity. Come back in a felt like a long story short Came back trained somewhere. I knew they would understand my perspective on wrestling and like what needed to be done by music stuff. Come to an end and did that. First training session Bike ride back from the. Ed was wanting to bucket a talk. 'cause i was in between a cheesy grin it's it i couldn't stop smiling as By couldn't and that's what i knew right. That's it on back in this for good on cutting off. Random gained back into this barbarism and here we are by three years later definitely. It's also that's awesome so the to your church the rest and so far as you think he's been the most valuable lesson that you've learned as a great question..
"karna" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Us off and Warnock are already complaining. Because they're not getting the additional $2000 stimulus checks. They were promised if they voted for him. Biden's plan calls for $1400. One Democrat organizer says I'm a man of principle and morals. And I feel like s a well. Let's just say poop. I lied to them, he says. NBC host. Maybe Hassan says the $1400 stimulus payment is quote Biden's first broken campaign promise. Get in line. You goobers. You signed up for this. You're responsible for everything he did. Everything he will do. Oscars are Oh and Georgia's 14 congressional district. Spurred onto vote. For Democrats. This year, he says, in part due to the promise of the $2000 checks by war, knocking us off, Zaro says the last few weeks heading toward the runoff election. Especially after Trump endorsed the $2000 payments. Warnock and Assaf made it a point to endorse and exclusively say $2000 checks. Lot of the people in my district voted blue in the runoff for two main reasons. Number one. Leffler and produced denying US relief during covert while profiting million's themselves and number 2 $2000 checks. Says. People are angry now. They were lied to Democrats on the campaign trail repeatedly referenced $2000 checks during the final stages of the Senate run offs. Rachel Karna, self described left wing organizer. Is also upset about not getting her $2000 check. She says, quote. In my opinion as a person who does marketing advertising and public communications as my job, I would confidently say their message implied an additional $2000 not $2000 minus $600. Oh, hey, Leola Norris, who message who canvassed on behalf of the Democrats. Says. I was on the ground and I knocked over 1000 doors. At the doors. I was literally telling people $2000 checks you can rely on this. I am a man of principle and morals. And I feel like Let's say poop because we can't say that word. I lied to them. I was lying to them the whole time. I was lying to people that we're relying on this. At the time. I didn't know it was alive, but that was not the reality. The Norris says that many Georgia voters feel taken advantage of Boo hoo ho! You voted Democrat. In 2021. For these two senators. In 2021. After everything these people have lied to you about. And now you feel lied to Get in line, you stupid idiot! You get exactly what you deserve. You're going to steal some of your neighbors money. From this stimulus kickback. But not as much as they promised. Mm hmm. If only Joe Biden could deliver on the promise to make you feel better about yourself. If only he could do what he was implicitly promising, and that is still the joy and happiness of other people. And hand it to you. If only all your shortcomings. All your failings. All your disappointments. That you've blamed on Donald Trump. And the Republicans that you've called white supremacy or Nazism. If only everything about your life that didn't turn out quite like you wanted it to Could be fixed. Joe Biden and Kamila Harris. But hey, Take some solace. In the stories. About Kamila Harris his shoes. Or how much she and Doug are in love. Take some solace in the story about Joe Biden's dog. It's a rescue dog, you know. And so kind of like the king. Your life might be miserable, but you could focus on his life. He's living his best life and you helped him now. Poor fellow doesn't know it. And if you just look at his face while he's speaking or worse when he's doddering alone to get up to the stage to speak, you could tell he doesn't know where he is. But, you know, man. You know what he's enjoying himself. And the media is enjoying themselves last night. They held their first press briefing. And Jen, Pataki said, And don't tell me how to pronounce it up Pronouncing. I want Jen pus, AKI says. We're bringing back transparency. And they said, Um, is Joe Biden gonna leave the colors inside Air Force One the same because you know, Donald Trump had it repainted. Where is he going to go back to what they were before. And she said, that's a great question. Yes. These are the kinds of questions we need to ask and answer. We've already been told Kamila Harris. Where's Chuck Taylors. The low tops, not the high tops. Yeah, it's so cool. Vogue did a photo shoot with her in a pantsuit, but with her Chuck Taylors But when they're released it Oh, there was outrage because you didn't use the picture of her in heels. And you did this because she's black or Indian or a woman. Or something, and we sold more magazines. We told her she was beautiful. We all got so excited. We've got a woman for the vice president. We don't have trump in the White House anymore. This was supposed to make us so happy. This was supposed to solve all our problems. And somehow Democrats were feeling just his empty. Vacant.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"karna" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I got very, very much into dance so much so that when I discovered why they wouldn't put me in any of the performances where the costume had a short 22 Was because I was bigger than the other girls. Specifically, my thighs were like twice the size, at least from the perspective that they made me think because I recently visited my mom and main and dug out lots of old photographs. And I'm like I was not that much bigger than the other girls. I mean, I definitely was bigger. But it was just profound. How the world of ballet the world of dance can't really change how you see yourself and really create that. Dysmorphia. So what happened? Did you decide to give up dancing? Well, it's you know, it's kind of still along ongoing journey. I m E. I want to quit dancing. I went to acting and I auditioned for the Performing Arts High School in Philadelphia. And I thought, you know, acting is the way you can act it any size, any age, any shape And so this is perfect and I still get to be on stage and I still get to store Ito. Potentially stories that are inspiring and stories that have the capacity to change how someone thinks about themselves and their life. So then I go to that high school that I get into Carnegie Mellon, and I think, Okay, this is it. I know I'm on the right path if I got into this school I am definitely doing what I've meant to be doing with my life, which I have to say from a young age. I always knew what I wanted to do. And I wanted to do it wholeheartedly and completely passionately. So I go to Karna Gate. And during my time there, I saw an audition in audition. She reviewed sheet of my audition and It's not a lot of nice things about my monologues. But then there was a note that said she's a little heavy on the thigh. It broke me it really like it's amazing. And this is the in the work that I do now, which is about the power of words and self talk. And the story we tell ourselves that story. Here I am at what? Like 17 18 19 at this point and again. I'm too big. I just like, don't even know how am I supposed to get around myself without hurting myself again? Because near the end of that dancing period of time, I would do anything by any means necessary to make myself smaller. And I move past that, But then it roared its ugly head again, and it was very, very painful. And I really, you know, had a big wave of self doubt. What am I doing here? But I finished. I finished after taking a year off. And during that year off, I came to New York City. I always really loved to ride my bike. My old Schwinn and I brought my bike to the city. I figured I'm not. I'm not. I'm just not gonna take the subway. I'm gonna learn the city above ground, and I'm just gonna ride my bike everywhere. I needed a job. There was an ad for bike messengers. And it said, All you need is a bike in a lock and a bag. No experience necessary. I thought, Oh, cool. I'll go see if that could be my job. So Go in. They asked me. Do you know how to get to the Empire State building and I point in obviously the wrong direction, and they're like Here's a map. Here's a beeper go, and this isn't the day when they would page me. And then I have to go find a payphone and I'd have to have quarters to call to the and then write down on a piece of paper on a clipboard where I was going to go and where was picking up the package and where it was going to go. I mean, what? It was a messy, messy job in this snow in the rain, and then the phone would eat your quarters. It was really rough. Wait. Was this after college? Or did you just say screw it and just moved to New York City? Well, this was a year off from college, so I had very full intention of going back. I always knew I was.
"karna" Discussed on KGO 810
"Been all the rage this holiday season like a firm and after pay and Karna and most of the time, those don't report to the credit bureaus, although sometimes a firm will I think this is one of the next Dominoes to fall. I think of these get more and more commonplace. I think we will see them start to count more. But store credit cards are a great example. A lot of times that somebody's first entree into credit. You have to be careful. They have high interest rates. They have some drawbacks, but used responsibly. It can actually be a good wedge into the system. You say, Toh look at not just one way of building your score, but all the services. How do you find these? You know, I knew about the experience one. I didn't know about all this other There's a lot more popping up in this space, and I think some of it is really necessity is the mother of invention because a lot of young adults are having trouble getting into the credit system, and a lot of the big banks are not that willing to open up risk right now, But there are start ups like pedal and Tomoe credit and upgrade and others that Really trying to get creative about cash flow underwriting. They're going to look beyond your credit score. They really want to look at your individual finances like what's coming in what's going out. I think there's a lot of innovation in the space and I think that that's ultimately a good thing for consumers because it's hard to get into the pool sometimes. It sounds like the main street bank. 50 years ago where you went in, and they're like, Well, let's see how you're spending your money. And so that's what they're doing. This is a crack up like you said, everything old is new again, huh? It's definitely interesting. I think it's one of the big trends that we're going to see this year, too, because it's still very much a risk off environment. And we found that about a third of Millennials were denied credit last year and it was a bit lower for other generations. But it's definitely a big thing, and we're still seeing, you know a lot of caution out there in the lending space. I think that the big banks right now are probably not The most likely to approve you. If your brand new to credit, I think you might have toe either use one of these score booster systems or look at one of the startups, and I think it was interesting on their earnings call this week, Chase CEO Jamie Diamond talked about the threat that fintech poses, and I thought it was interesting. He acknowledged it, But I think as a consumer, we can use it to our advantage. And, you know, maybe you can get Ah higher credit limit or you can get Credit card period. You know, from a company like pedal that maybe you just couldn't get just starting out from a more established bank. Interesting shot. If you want to read more about this, you should go to bankrate dot com. I'm.
active CEO Podcast
"karna" Discussed on active CEO Podcast
"Of the spirit in our innovation of the heart it transcends the would that is immediately experience in his anchored somewhere beyond the horizons. It is not the conviction that something will turn it well but the conviction that something is moral and ryan johnston there for you fight. Regardless of the consequences hope is the quality of character that sustains belief on the seemingly impossible situations when karna seems impossible poverty inevitable when the world seems cruel and life unbearable people encounter sources of hope in their imagination in their words examples of n witness to the natural wonders around us every day does not extinguish suffering but sustains the belief that there can be into it if not in your own life in the future and so hard. Propels you into action. The world isn't connected by molecules stories. Traditions memories hopes and dreams. We are connected by the legacies passed down from those who came before us and legacies. We passed down to those in future generations. That come after us. It's important to realize that we need to do our bit. In the grand scheme of things out. Tiny gestures can multiply insignificance. We need to understand that the would we leave. Behind the world of our children and children's children inherit we know that we have an obligation to help make the future a little bit better than the past. Legacy is very much about life.
All Things Considered
'There's No Quick Fix For COVID-19,' Cautions Pennsylvania Secretary Of Health
"Going to talk more now about how states are preparing to distribute those vaccines as they become available, and to do that, we're joined by Dr Rachel Levine. She is the Pennsylvania health secretary and also president of the Association of State Health Officials. Dr Levine welcome 12 Things considered. Thank you very much. I'm very pleased to be here. Will you walk us through the logistics for when Pennsylvania first receives its initial shipments of vaccines? I mean, where does it go? How do you keep it cold? What do you actually have to do? Sure. So we're all waiting the meeting of the FDA on December 10th. And then they will consider all of the data of submitted by the Fizer Corporation for the first vaccine. When they issue their emergency use authorization or you away, then operation Warp speed will distribute the vaccine. To hospitals in Pennsylvania and throughout the nation just to get specific is the federal government or or fives or corporation, sending it to the state of Pennsylvania to distribute it to hospitals. I I asked, because this vaccine has to be kept incredibly cold. It's not just like you can send a bottle of aspirin, right? So you are correct. This is an ultra cold chain vaccine that has to be kept at minus 80 C or or Celsius. So it will be operation works speed that will be sending it to the hospitals that we designate now will depend, of course about how much we're going to get, and it comes in trays of 975 bottles. So these have to be hospitals that can Deal with the cold chain and can deal with that amount of vaccine to then administer. Now, the CDC recommends that health care workers and residents of long term care facilities should get first access to these vaccines. That's a large number of people have you decided whether you're going to start With older healthcare workers or people with underlying conditions are only doctors and nurses who see covert patients. I mean, how are you going to prioritize within the priority groups? Sure. So we're going to be developing a decision tree for hospitals to use and we'll be finishing that this week. I want to point out that the distribution for the nursing home and other long term kitchen facilities Goes in a different way. So operation works speed working with Walgreens and CVS will be receiving the vaccine with those two pharmaceutical companies, and then they will be working to administer the vaccine in nursing homes and other long term care facilities. Do you have a sense of how many doses The first shipment is likely to include and how that compares to the number of people in this top priority. First group, so we don't exactly know how many doses we're going to get in the first shipment. So you know, we had lots of discussions with Operation Warp speed, you know, will be looking to attack the end of next week or certainly when they're going to be sent out to know exactly how many doses we're going to get in the first week. And then the expectation our weekly shipments to the hospitals and to Walgreens and CVS for those distributions. I gotta ask a lot of depending here on the ability of operation Warp speed to carry this out effectively And with Corona virus testing, the federal government kind of fell down. I mean, There weren't enough tests. Some of the tests were not accurate. Initially. How confident are you in the ability of this Trump Administration program to get this very difficult job done? We have heard directly from General Purna. You know, we have confidence in them, but I'm sure it will be a significant logistical challenge. This has to occur throughout the United States, all at the same time to all of the states, the territories. And then some specific large cities. And are you also concerned about the smooth handoff from one administration to another? I mean, if the distribution depends on Operation Warp speed, which is a Trump administration program will the Trump Administration only has so many more weeks in office. Now, the Department of Defense under General Karna, you know, will still be there in terms of continuity, But in terms of the representatives from helping human services and the administration, we would like to think that they'll be robust conversation. Nation and communication as the administration transitions. Obviously, that has not happened as much as it should have yet, But we're hoping that all those communications will be going on forthcoming. Just to get back to the scale of the logistical challenge here. This is a vaccine requires two doses weeks apart. Do you have the infrastructure to track and time who has had a first dose when yes, we do. But that is a information technology challenge in terms of making sure that we get the right vaccine into the right person at the right time. And then not only the visor vaccine, but the Madonna vaccine that also is a to dose vaccine. We've heard so many states talk about the extreme budget pressure that they are under and this is an expensive undertaking. Do you have the money? You need to do it? And if not, do you think the federal government is ready to provide it well, it will be essential for the federal government to provide more funding to the States territories in cities that will be tasked with ministering the vaccine. Operation works speed cost billions and billions for the development of the vaccine on Lee $340 million has been allocated for the next part of the mission, the distribution and the administration so clearly states and territories and cities. They're going to need more funding from the federal government to finish and accomplish this mission. These issues you're talking about could occupy you for more than 40 hours a week every week, and you are at the same time dealing with a spike in Corona virus cases and having to contact trace people who may have come in contact with exposed individuals, overcrowded hospitals. How are you juggling all of this at once? Well again. This is the public health challenge of a lifetime. I don't think any of us have seen a 40 hour week. You know, in our memories I stand corrected three ways to deal with the pandemic. You can work on containment that involved the testing and contact tracing very hard to contain a virus that has spread this far. For example, Today we are reporting 11 over 11,000 new cases. In Pennsylvania. It's impossible to contact that many people, so we have to prioritize. We prioritize to congregate, setting such as nursing homes and other long term care facilities, Correctional institutions, schools, etcetera, Then we have mitigation. Basic mitigation sets his mass and hand washing and social distancing. And then in Pennsylvania, you know we had to have a stay at home advisory. And you know, we have really tried to recommend that people avoid not only large gatherings but small gatherings. And then they'll be the vaccine those of the tools and the public health to box that we have to work with. When you're dealing with community spread on the level that we are seeing now, where there is so much of this disease and so much transmission of it. Do you have to change your approach? I mean it, Zeke gone from hand to hand combat to fighting an army out. Imagine it has And so the basic public health tool of containment, which we would do for a small measles outbreak or for it outbreak of tuberculosis? That is extremely difficult for public health to do when we're seeing this type of widespread community transmission, and then we have to pivot to more and more mitigation. It's a very unpopular it is made public health officials sometimes unpopular throughout the nation, but they're absolutely essential to try to stop the spread. And then we have the light at the end of the tunnel, which is the vaccine, but there's no quick fix to hope in 19. After Rachel Levine, Pennsylvania Health Secretary and president of the Association of State Health officials. Thank you for talking with us in the middle of everything else that you were doing. My pleasure. Thank you very much.
All Things Considered
International Students On How To Get Trough Holiday Season While Away From Family
"Well, there are more than a million international students living in the U. S. And many of them know what it's like to be away from their families for long periods of time. NPR's Briana Scott spoke to several of those students about how they manage the holiday season. Back in cattle. You ambush Cardona's home country Iran. They obviously don't celebrate Thanksgiving, but she hasn't missed a single one in the last five years. So she's been in the U. S. I'm so happy now that Thanksgiving for me is now another additional celebration. Yes, Karna is a PhD student at American University. She knows how hard it is for American students who can't see their families. That's the whole point of the holiday season getting together, but she hasn't seen her mom or older brother since 2015. I think the best thing that helped me cope with it. It's just the video call. It also helps that she has a strong network of friends in Washington, D. C that she can lean on for support. This cardinal says she knows not Every student has that benefit. Really, I was not. I didn't know what to do. And I was like completely out off everything Please. Venkatesh has had to build community away from home before. He came to America from India five years ago on a 10 Month exchange program, and he quickly found a mentor and his host father. So, when vacant Touch left the U. S after his exchange program and came back this year to attend Mesa Community College again, he was excited that his host father offered his place again. Early in March, his his father passed away after a heart attack like this. Yes, I'm going to really miss my host, Father and I gonna miss the celebration. I still have it. He had to start over find a new home. Ligature says. This, along with the stress of switching to all my classes in the spring has been difficult to manage. So he's been dealing with the stress that way. A lot of us have right. Like Welcome to play soccer. Then actually, I dance so I can put some Bollywood music any calls his family as much as possible. But a little bit of joy. Figured Tess has a new host, father. Nobody like you really like to do it. For that guitar is also from India. He's a student and Michigan Tech University, he said, missing his family more than he thought he would be. The worst part is my sister just had a baby in August. You know that's a big moment, and I was not there to witness it. Oddly enough in our says this pandemic has actually brought him closer to his family despite being over 7000 miles away, my dad has really been a rock like you can just either these sad about it, or you can just take one day at a time and see what
Mystery SARS-Like Virus Spreads as First Confirmed Case Emerges Outside China
"World. Health Organization is working with officials in Thailand and China following the reported confirmation of a new strain of coronavirus iris in a person in Thailand. The traveler from Eoghan China was identified by Thai officials on the eighth of January and hospitalized that day officials say the patients now recovering recovering last month. Newly detected strain of Karna virus infections transmitted between animals and people are so far infected more than forty people in China seven of whom are in in a severe condition initial cases centered around a market in Wuhan which cells live birds fish and other animals the possibility of cases being identified in other countries. It was not unexpected said. Who Monday and reinforces the call for ongoing. Active Monitoring and preparedness in other countries said the U. N. health agency. Who Great Show reiterates that. It's essential that investigations continue in China to identify the source of the outbreak and those animals carrying new strain
John Karna talks "Valley of the Boom"
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Actor John Karna got to play Mark Andriessen who created the Netscape browser back in the pre dawn of the internet era. He plays them in a new mini series about the birth of the internet called valley of the boom which airs on the National Geographic channel, John Carney joins us today on talking tech shares her fluctuations on the early days of the internet. I'm Jefferson Graham. Stay tuned. Yeah. You know, it's an interesting show primarily because you get to see interviews with the real players in ball alongside these kind of dramatic reenactments. But the only person who really didn't want to do any interviews for the show was Mark because he just notoriously hates talking about the past. And and so I got to kind of, you know, do like a mock interviews him, and then at some point somebody stops me, and I break the fourth wall. And I'm like, you know, guys, I'm obviously not market. I'm I'm this actor Jon Karna, and you know, Mark does. I don't really want to do this in in that way. Kinda gives me a little bit of leeway. Just in the sense that, you know, I'm a pretty small guy about five nine, and I think Mark at twenty four was six two or six three something crazy in, you know, like over two hundred pounds, and in this way, kind of gives me a little bit of leeway, which was cool. There's a lot of fun. She played the young Mark Anderson for yes, sir. Yeah. Mark at twenty four. I believe was when he was, you know, the founder of Netscape the first year there, and he was just a young kid. Really? I didn't really know a ton about Mark. I mean, I when I was a kid I remember using Netscape, and I remember, especially using Firefox growing up. I thought that like, you know, at the time that was the the browser that everyone said was way better than Internet Explorer in its cool that that code came from the original Netscape code in Missoula crew is off from the Netscape crew in. But I did a ton of research when I found out I got the Parton I was really struck by just how innovative really was to create a browser at that time in the ninety s I mean, it it just kept getting driven home to me how before this browser was widely disseminated no-one relieving knew how to get on the internet. Even though the internet had been happening for about a decade. It was really only being used by the department of defense in academia in. Browser. The first one mosaic. It really it opened everything up a lot of times. He likens it to the invention of the printing press again, and it in a way totally was that influential right now, did you get to meet Moton tourism? No, unfortunately, not. I'm such a fan. I definitely tried for a little bit too. Just to talk to him to get a little bit of a sense of what it felt like when he was a working Netscape because you know, he is he's just such a private person. Understandably, so and not the least of which because he's still one of the biggest players in the venture capital world right now. So I definitely wrote him like a letter. I I asked kind of like the the music that he listened to at the time because that was a really good way for me to kind of get into his head space. But no, you know, I just have had a ton of conversations with them in my head, you know, to question or treated with us market Newson. I I would definitely ask him about his. Music. I, you know, he just he everyone said he just loved listening to a ton of classical music. And I think like I I made myself a little playlist that I kind of thought that maybe he would listen to. I would also I would also, you know, if I if I really was able to talk to him, frankly, I would wanna know really any sort of details about how it must have felt when all of this was getting kind of on the downhill in a O L, you know, buys Netscape in it's not necessarily a happy ending for that company by any means. I mean, I've even though it saved it from Microsoft's, it kind of you know, that's the end of Netscape, and I would be interested to see, you know, if that if that spurned him on to anything new or if that kind of is something he would rather leave behind, you know, or via valley, the boom is on the National Geographic channel are. It's an eight ups owed for six episodes in where we have they run all of them or the. In the middle of it. Or where's that they're all out now and me personally, I think it's really great to binge them. Some of, you know, sixty episodes on the all flow pretty crazily in. I think you can find him on the net GO app or on the effects now Eappen, you know, hope everyone enjoys it. You've been listening to after John Karna who plays Mark, Andrew sim. Indeed, new National Geographic mini series valley of boom. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You can find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you can find talking tech wherever you listen to online audio subscribe to the show, please favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for officiant? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.