17 Burst results for "Kim Chan"

"kim chan" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"kim chan" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"A call you out because he he he he won buddy laws. You know what i'm saying. Like on paper he lows even though boxer right move them up one position regardless of how things is. But what about o'hara date nine. That's not a us name. What about recipes. You think you could do these right now. Branches barthelemy the cuban. I'll be down. I'll be a good fight for me. Also i've been from me also the shoreline. We can definitely. We could definitely make having we can make. I'm not ducking nobody. I won't forty s. That's that's that's like definitely Something i want. Everybody know. I ain't nobody at one. Forty yes that's doesn't i'll fight rance's off mario's our for jose ramirez if he was on on their side out foot josh taylor if he was on his side of kim chan we said yeah upset yet. I'm saying once. I get the development fight definitely very for for the champs but i take somebody like the ranchers is the victim. Postal the Did vic ready for victor says name right. I say i love. He told long arms no decided but he also talked down right. I don't know how to find a tall person too. I mean i know i know. National is different bar. But i know how do i find tall person to. I worry about that. I'm telling you i worry about that. If i had to have them.

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"kim chan" Discussed on ¿Quien dijo miedo?

¿Quien dijo miedo?

04:36 min | 11 months ago

"kim chan" Discussed on ¿Quien dijo miedo?

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"kim chan" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"kim chan" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"He's also going to China I want to go to China to they have reading, which was Super Yeah Yup toilet really exciting. I Love Yeah I'm excited to to see the new frontier of Barbecue. So we'll see how other people not how other cultures are interpreting. Texas. Barbecue is also equally exciting because obviously they're gonNA take what we do and put their own spin on it, which is I love seeing the evolution. I mean, even in Texas you're seeing I was talking about on my last episode you know Coy, I love it. Yeah. the. Viet tax there. There's all these little fusions with that. You're saying I mean, even you guys aren't really. Fusion. But yes, I know. The big dumb idiot report or no? No. No. No I know and that's I think fusion is also. We are fusion I mean, I hate to say it but we are also just trying to take a lot of different influences and utilize them in a different way. People. Walk Up. They're like Oh. You Have Kim Chan the mini o's as a Korean barbecue blaze and I'm like at one point we kind of when a Korean direction for some pop ups and explored with I could look like but you know Evan Has Mexican roots. We definitely Barbara Coa we have sauce on the menu we have Kisa Fresco on many items. We like to take influence from all over and really melded together in a unique way. I guess you could also say it's like new American right. I I. Think I think the chefs. I spent a lot of time at interstellar barbecue as well, and it's unique to see how it's wouldn't call it a fusion. But when you put a chef in front of a smoker, you just get something a little different because they have an understanding of flavors. They have an understanding of ingredients deeper than the average our react cook the average pitmasters so when Evan is looking at something. He's he's doing math. He's he's calculating things that you and I don't necessarily understand. Because he is you know he he took a class on knife skills. I watching Youtube. Man Evidence also just supernatural creative he loves taking he loves to eat. He loves food I..

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"kim chan" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"kim chan" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"Ticket fair-minded, but it was it was it was. A real mini think oh, that there is A. is a place for the kind of conversation. You can have in this medium that. You know you could hang on television for whatever reason you're over Lawrence, haven't. Decided to take to learn the lessons that we've had about cash for US wheat. That's a that's a classic mistake. Kurt, you think their overlords in there's not. I know that. My friends who were various Kim Chan. Shockingly little direction I mean maybe there should be overlords, and then they'll be the, but actually Masha Gessen raise a similar point in her book, surviving autocracy, which just recently came out that you know podcasts are more effective way to cover trumpism that trump should be covered as a system not as news and I think that's the very something very similar, but we're talking about about the. Magical thinking of Americans by the way, how does this all linked to to a? That's the other part of this I think we should explore is. The rise of conspiracy theory caught like Cunanan in the trance. Yeah, well again I mean when you an on happened. Not only like a year may not even a year after came out I I really I literally thought about I should just write it on a new chapter because they're you know they're putting new books. Culinary on is extraordinary because it is, it is first of all the beginning. It was there was a question of. Is this fiction is? Are these are these fiction writers were. You know having fine. They found some you know. Trump's believe it or what, but it is you know. Talked about in the book so much can of conspiracy fear rising has the vices of add fiction, which is just the these impossible just so stories with incidences. That couldn't happen. Omnipotent evil. Genius..

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"kim chan" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kim chan" Discussed on Double Toasted

"All this right here. They say we're going. We're going thank you guys man. I love what I make them. Nervous person something really good Thank G say Jayson Blair says great conversation? Thank you man thank you so much love from Chicago thank you. I'm I'm mean Khan. Amin Khan how you doing shining? Kim Chan says I'm going in great sermon preached. Hey thank you thank you Mr Putin. Thank you thank you. Thank you so much for those of you who didn't know We are very much supported by the Russian government here. Working working with trump went on us. We're America so much goes without saying let's see here. Let me see Caumartin Chris. Thanks for the great conversation. Thank you thank you. I'm glad you guys enjoyed that enjoyed that. So by Said Review Him is sucks as you review Gaz. Awesome me dear locks thank you so much. Thank you so much. You guys are awesome man. I really do appreciate that. It's been a good crowd today. Ground follows it was worth coming down here and getting the crumbs money man. Yeah the rich will.

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"kim chan" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"kim chan" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"Drinking your follow besides of course Actually I know. Follow any sports teams or our rakers. Lakers you now. I usually just follow soccer. But I've been out of it for so long You know just club soccer. I was big Manchester United Fan for me to. Oh you treat your back to galaxy. Good rivalry could to mix superstars superstars and Chelsea Chelsea. Yeah Yeah saw previously. When it's about the timing. It's about the technique only watch document buddy plays. Mls Sir you kind of stuff. So that's the only games. Every watch was Iraq. That's the thing you can't you have to watch your talkie. European soccer is the best watching hockey mountain dew. Hockey is the best sport life that I've seen Agri remember. No one game. Yeah I was fucking for a couple of playoff games during their first Stanley Cup run. That was incredible ticket for like thirty Bucks Dude. You couldn't give them away and then for the final they would like over a thousand for the same seats. I was sitting next season tickets. Were like dodger tickets like hundred Laker tickets and shit for like the Glass. One game against the blue on the glass like fucking little kid like that. She'll still do twenty bucks twenty-five good time so you're going to happen in two weeks if not white. I wish Tony would've waited for cubby. Wait a minute he's ready. He's he's there and you wait another month or whatever it's going to be or retrain somebody go get that fight in if I if I could be doctor put it. Let's say he loses to just engaging than those goes at fight you know. Then he's got a loser because H if you'd be true you'd you'd think it would have been Mcgregor gateway to see who wins for goals for the title win McGregor by educate you Mercante lakes like hangman. Dan Heymann bed he goes. Yeah Gregor. He's crazy he's crazy. What he writes sometimes boxing. Or just my dad. You should watch it a lot like back in the day when was. Bj Penn interest. That's my favorite vitamin time. Bj Fan got knocked down the street a couple months ago. I saw that I do. I still follow him. I still keep up with what he's doing fucking day the first non resilient to win the World Brazilian Games in Brazil Romania. He was he was bad. And he was a quickest quicks American to get his lap belt. Yeah Georgia saint-pierre factored why he fought him at that weight you know. Are you guys both time? Slow time I was hard for me because I do. Anybody could do it into bj going to class and the time. It was really doing that. Should now you got fucking champ champs two classes but at the time that was unheard of those two thousand seven two thousand eight and I can almost Kim Chan Chan so he has got Honda. What else it gives us any other PODCAST ON RADIO. Podcast and listen upon save America. And that's a good one. I Love Positive America. It's good and then I listened to what fly it's Obama's One of Obama senior adviser to speechwriter in an one of like his national security adviser who got together they're super young and they have their own podcast Nelson just cover politics left-leaning or is kind of like central or do they It's pretty left leaning. I mean they were Big Elizabeth Warren supporters and big Bernie supporters but It's You know it. They're not like super crazy. They're not like conspiracy theorist or anything like that digital digital talk about what's going on in the White House and what's going on in government today but they are pretty anti trump though yeah triple-triple out on this word. I listen to the Ben Shapiro podcasts. Even though I don't agree with like most of the stuff who does I find him entertaining as fuck. I have a good time. I do this. This is how they theme almost like Dude. You could be a fucking comedian takeaway. He talked so fast. And it's like. Oh Oh fuck you break it down. He has no substance use like the headlines headline headline headline to attack attack attack. And then. When you're GONNA use your rebuttal. He just couldn't. He's a professional speaker little following. But it's not because he has context or substance. It's just attack attack attack attack. Don't give them a chance. Obviously politics guy like people. Mad and pulsing might trump news. Or that's said my boy. You guys have been hearing about killing Bennett. Pro Gun activists girl. That's been going to camp around. Grow like curly hair Jewish day and they were so hard on her they had like a mass off coming after her and get squirted out crazy but when you got the other guy. What's the other guy the guys that WANNA go talking? And and the food's push him out like her who is Gay Guy Jones. No no no no no easy. Believe Young Police. Yes he wants to any. He's paid to go speak at a college and they're like bumping like it's cool eight nine trip in like decide goes asset goes and talks. I everybody going to fucking If you don't WanNa hear him they'll go fifty people there fifty thousand. Let's go talk. That'll I think I'll I don't agree with sometimes for either side? I mean if it's going to kind of bumpy zest out or or from insight and still such away but sometimes it's not your demographic they do that on purpose to make that handling they go to Fuck in Berkeley. 'cause they know nobody likes them. They're exactly when they go do that. Fucking on what's a Republican? Ask like say Kentucky you know. They're going to be loved but they'd rather get the headlines at all Who Bama Bama exactly what you go there you go to Berkeley. Try to get those guys you trying to get an A. You gotta be. Somebody's go to Berkeley. Go train you try to get those people. I try to flip on. 'cause THEY'RE GONNA they're gonNA fucking help you later on. You could say but I just GONNA say. That's what I tell them doesn't hold any rallies in California he heals rallies in Ohio and Pennsylvania. And here he doesn't go. He comes he comes. He doesn't Comma. California isn't going to Washington because there's nobody I mean. There are trump supporters in California for sure. But that's what I said. Hey I remember. I voted for trump blessing Eight is really count easing to Jewish is he? He's GonNa lose the HE'S GONNA lose the state anyways. What not only from a Cowboy Bernie DOT COM. Yeah ooh I've been talking about in the group chance. They started with the grassroots movement. You know start off with local politics. Who's your senator? Your fuck in Congress. Person just to be able to resume is giving me a gift. Does running out of time we removed. Oh Shit cool gift from soon that yeah running out of time. We ruined the forty nine it cool. Let's keep it going time. So we're good through that issue grassroots movement. You know started local. Talk to your friend you know. Because some of the groups had some of the guys are already like fuck this or of fucking. Nothing's ever GonNa Change it like this. I would change you know. Four years ago we well. Yeah we were for years but say eight years ago. We weren't having this conversation. And now I told amber before we started recording. You could talk about anything you want. Everybody says they don't WanNa do politics. They don't want to corona virus. But that's what we talk about. I don't push it. You know it just comes naturally because that's what people have on their mind eight years ago. We'd never talk about Medicare for all or universal health care that could be just given at a small deductible we'd never talk about free. College would never talk about you. Know even maternal paid maternity leave or or paternal leave. We never talk about that if it wasn't for people like Bernie or Lisbeth. Warren came in kind of raising the minimum minimum wage. Yeah in raising minimum wage of marijuana yes although and you talk about that interest initiated that message people people used to laugh even talk about fifteen dollars an hour in like minimum wage workers. Were entitled to have fifteen an hour. Now it is is. It's not euros right now. Working those grocery lines fucking starfish. Also you deserve it. And I'm going to market looking on the funky shops. You gotta go morning when they were starting to everything but toilet paper and they're still learning. I went to rouse at six o'clock in the morning and there was like twenty five people outside and that was the first week like maybe three days after the shutdowns. That goes for any real right. But it's a weird time to be like we're stuck inside government saying stay inside unless you got to. This is what this is the kids who have a Aiko southbound softball and high school football so both of my teams were freshmen. When when I started so now they're all seniors and these going to be the first graduation. I went to for ever coaching six years ten years and I was going to go to this. Look at these kids. Grow Freshman dorkcast freshman to dork seniors. And now I can see she saw got stuck for these would all they should go in on. Going to see I saw four players by football players graduate. This damn the bug massive when they said that I am these all these kids that took care of or or fucking sucks we saw. They're talking about some of the kids are I. Don't even know that I kinda check it. Check more like the big news not too far. As a macro micro are the school's GonNa graduate or the coming back for another year. No No. They can't come back from a near so doing online courses during I'll get lower so so if the seize every governor you can't go you hire can lower And there's GonNa know what they're gonNA do for. Their party is going to get their diploma in the mail. Yeah no problem. No Grande. 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"kim chan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"kim chan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome back to let you know USA I'm Megyn hosa and we're gonna continue our conversation now with thank you your new album it's called the middle swing he can now yes and you know there's something really beautiful about kind of being very Mexican and kind of proud Mexican there's also like some criticisms of being too nationalistic especially in this moment in history what I'm wondering for you as a young Kim chan yadda why is it so important for you to say the medicine he cannot first of anything a Mexican well because there are a lot of people that are like over you were born in Los Angeles like that's not wait wait you mean you get that yeah there is so so you'll be like so give me an example of what that what that looks like so I would be like in an interview or something and I'd be talking about my CD and they were like oh but you were born in Los Angeles and I'm like yes yes I was born in Los Angeles that's good to know that Blake it doesn't take from me being Mexican or not let his employees the people have decided that it's called Los Angeles in a place that people have decided that it's the United States of America it's not where my ancestors are from and now where I came from you know so like even if I was born in in the United States it that doesn't make me any less Mexican or anymore Mexican I really love what you're doing can this come on nine only if a school like it's very fresh it's very it feels very honest I watch this blog video that you put up just a couple days ago it's already got like probably over eighty thousand views at this point it's super well edited who is it that's kind of working with you on on the social media and then how do you kind of manage the fact that there is the social media world that we live in I think social media is part of my job of course I love to be on Instagram and watch videos of cats playing all day like it's it's really cool and pretty funny but also I see it as a way to transmit to my audience where I'm at in my life so I will be like Hey I have a press day today so come with me to my pressed and I'll take them here all recorded video here I'll show them the microphone I'll show them where and how I dress who I am with stuff like that and like.

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"kim chan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"kim chan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome back to let you know USA I Medina host them and we're gonna continue our conversation now with a healer thank you your new album it's called the middle swing he can now yes and you know there's something really beautiful about kind of being very Mexican and kind of proud Mexican there's also like some criticisms of being too nationalistic especially in this moment in history what I'm wondering for you as a young Kim chan yadda why is it so important for you to say the medicine he cannot first of anything a Mexican well because there are a lot of people that are like over you were born in Los Angeles like that's not wait wait you mean you get that yeah there is so so you'll be like so give me an example of what that what that looks like so I would be like in an interview or something and I'd be talking about my CD and they were like oh but you were born in Los Angeles and I'm like yes yes I was born in Los Angeles that's good to know that Blake it doesn't take from me being Mexican or not like this a play is that people have decided that is called Los Angeles in a place that people have decided that it's the United States of America it's not where my ancestors are from its where I came from you know so like even if I was born in in the United States it that doesn't make me any less Mexican or anymore Mexican I really love what you're doing Guinness come on now from left a school dance like it's very fresh it's very it feels very honest I watch this blog video that you put up just a couple days ago it's already got like probably over eighty thousand views at this point it's super well edited who is it that's kind of working with you on on the social media and then how do you kind of manage the fact that there is the social media world that we live in I think social media is part of my job of course I love to be on Instagram and watch videos of cats playing all day like it's it's really cool and it's pretty funny but also I see it as a way to transmit to my audience where I'm at in my life so I will be like Hey I have a press day today so come with me to my first and I'll take them here recorded video here I'll show them the microphone I'll show them where and how I dress who I am with.

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"kim chan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:34 min | 2 years ago

"kim chan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Shay Stevens. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is giving no indication that he'll comply with a subpoena for several years of President Trump's tax returns. A house panel has made several requests for the information initially signing a decades-old provisions of the tax code the notion, and the head of the IRS refused at a Senate subcommittee hearing Wednesday Mnuchin appear to suggest that the matter will be decided in court. This is why there are three branches of government. So if there is a difference of opinion, this will go to the third of branch of government for now. Mnuchin says he'll defer to the Justice department for guidance on the issue. American manufactures agricultural producers are worried about the increasing tit for tat tariffs in the US China trade dispute Colorado public radio's Anthony cotton checked, in with ranchers in that state fifty overseas, global commodities for the Colorado department of agriculture. He says the escalating tariff wars threatened an emerging market. For the state, this latest round starts to impact on the frozen beef exports last year was about four million dollars worth of beef in total from Colorado, but we already saw that volume in the first three months of this year. So we know that trajectory is growing. The Pinski says Chinese tariffs on another, Colorado staple. Soybeans are also disrupting prices in the state by creating a glut for feed products. The latest Chinese tariffs on US exports will go into effect June first for NPR news. I'm Anthony cotton, infant, Colorado. President Trump has signed an executive order. It gives the Commerce Department one hundred fifty days to develop restrictions on technology and services from quote foreign adversaries considered a risk to US national security. Trump says the move is designed to protect the nation's telecommunications and IT systems from sabotage or espionage world leaders global tech giants are promising to fight online extremism NPR's, Eleanor beers. Reports that they're gathering in Paris, this week came two months after the mosque massive her in New Zealand new-zealand prime minister just into our earned said, the role social media played in her country's mosque massacre was huge to livestream was freed at such a pace that YouTube recorded one, upload seekin platform within twenty four hour period, president Emmanuel Macron are Dern and other world leaders were joined by technology. Giants pledging to address the role. The internet plays in terrorism are called the initiative, known as the Christ Church call an example of unprecedented cooperation Neva before have countries and companies come together in the wake of her fica take to commit to an action plan. Facebook said it would limit access to live, streaming Google YouTube and Twitter also promised to act Eleanor Beardsley, NPR news, Paris. And from Washington. You're listening to NPR news. Conservative televangelist. Pat Robertson says Alabama has gone too far bypassing Bill. That would make performing an abortion of felony in nearly all cases Robertson is a longtime abortion opponent Albama governor Kay Ivey signed the measure into law Wednesday evening. Although it is expected to be challenged in court. Some Alabama lawmakers are hoping to ignite a legal battle in hopes of getting the US supreme court to reconsider the Roe v word way decision on Thursday. 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The state of Idaho says Edmore does not meet the criteria for surgery set out, an international standards of care in two thousand twelve prison providers diagnosed EDNA with gender dysphoric a condition where persons outward appearance of gender does not align with their mental and emotional state at MO is serving three to ten year prison sentence for sexually abusing fifteen year old when she was twenty two she's scheduled to be released in twenty twenty one for NPR news. I'm Amanda pitcher on stock markets in Asia shares are mixed at this hour down a fraction Tokyo following gains. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrials rose one hundred fifteen points. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the air Nevada brewing company. Family owned operated and argued over since nineteen eighty proud supporter of independent thought whether that's online over the air or in a bottle. More at Sierra Nevada dot com. Welcome to forum, a Michael Krasny. The Alabama state Senate passed a Bill last night, criminalizing all abortions, except were pregnancy poses, a serious health risk to the mother under the legislation, the most restrictive in the country, doctors who perform abortions at any stage of pregnancy would face up to ninety nine years in prison. The Bill, which now heads to Republican governor Kay Ivey comes after four states enacted so-called, heartbeat bills, which affectively ban abortions after six weeks. Well, discuss the Bill, that's practical implications. And the legal challenges ahead joining us. I Kim, Chandler, she's reporter for the Associated Press. He's base in Montgomery, Alabama, and she's at the state house. There Keller welcome to the foreign program. Good to have you with us. Good morning. Thank you for having me. We'll good morning to you and to know where we are on this. Now, there was a lot of fighting over whether raping and says, should be included in this, and I believe they are. No, they are no exceptions for rape, incest, and the Bill that an attempt to amend that legislation to allow exemptions were those cases sailed with only four Republicans joining Democrats and seeking that exemption. So this is mainly Republican heralded and move forward, Republican legislatures for the most part that we're talking. Yes. It is sponsored by a publican, while make artillery Collins educator, and the Alabama legislature is overwhelmingly. Republican Democrats, hold only eight seats in the thirty five member Senate, and those on the democrat side with the they were the ones mainly who wanted to include exclusions for rape insist. Correct. They Democrats argue that perhaps, this Bill goes too far even conservative leaning state, like Alabama, so we have the Republicans who are supposed to be against government intrusion going into the private lives of women and choice of but that. We've got mothers as exception those who had died possibly because childbirth, that's the only exception, correct. Right. There's an exception of forward, help health risks to the mother, as well as the smaller exception for, like a lethal, fetal anomalies when it's very clear that India would not survive, then there's still go to governor Kay Ivey. Who is a Republican woman, but is pretty much in favor of this legislation. Her wreck that should at the land on protests today. She said this morning, she will with the Bill, but it should be clear that she is has been consistently on piebald. There's a political career she was asked this morning, about the pencil, legal fees, and she said that those should not think the cost of defending something should not the are protecting the unborn is heard that, quote, getting him Chandler, joining us from Montgomery, Alabama, Alabama based reporter with Associated Press. One more question for you. Can there's a sense in all of this, that, well, they want us to go to the supreme court, and this is true for many states, now that have moved forward on the heartbeat laws, and we'll talk with professor Mary? Ziegler about this in more detail. But is that pretty much the plan that you get the sense of Alabama? Yes. The Bill sponsor is pretty for that. Is that her goal to launch something that may one day, get justices to revisit Roby way should be often? They clear that even if it's into law, this isn't taking fact anytime soon, there's a six month delay, and people on both sides of the issue. Expect it to go to port and be blocked from taking effect as they like legal challenge upward with an ultimate, I on the supreme court. They're going to be a lot of court battles in this and Kim. Chan thank you so much for joining us. Good to have you with us on the foreign program this morning. Compiler an Alabama reporter with the Associated Press and Mary's English professor at Florida State University college of law and author of a number of books, including beyond abortion, Roe v. Wade. And the battle for privacy. And after the lost history of the abortion debate welcome professors, thanks for hunting whether to be. Quite a movement, orchestrated. A footer affect Justice briar just said something about justices have to realize how important precedents is, and that seems to be at least kind of clarion, call about the concern where all this is headed. Let's talk about actually what may be on the court's docket sooner than Alabama or Ohio. Whereas we heard over the news. The ACLU Planned Parenthood is going against his heartbeat law, that was passed and, and has been passed in a number of other states. The court can hear actually Indiana case about family planning that's going to go could go at least pretty soon, couldn't it professors. England smell that out for us. Sure on. So this is a law that dates from Mike Pence's as governor of Indiana, and it has two parts, one part mandates. Lawmakers there called the, the humane disposal of fetal remains so like cremation or burial, another part band of worship for reasons of either the race sex disability of the fetus, and the court has had that law in conference. So, in other words, has been considering hearing that case since January and hasn't really come down either four against hearing it. So we can learn about that relief soon. Another possible candidate is a Alesana law that the court has already blocked from going into effect, and that law bears striking resemblance to one that the court struck down in twenty sixteen. It's Louisiana law that requires abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a hospital within thirty miles of their practice. Well, of course, of course, also blocked, restrictive law, and Florida and one in Iowa passed last year. But. These heartbeat laws are going to move forward in a number of Stacey already have in six, and they, there seems to be a fairly well, orchestrated plan here by the pro-life people. Sure. And I think it's worth noting here that there are multiple well, orchestrated plans. And there's actually kind of a strategic division within the anti-abortion movement about the best way to proceed when it comes to the supreme court so hurt. Be bills began in twenty eleven with a group called face to action on led by women Janet full reporter who played a prominent role in ROY Moore's Senate campaign and those laws reflect, I think the point of view of worship Ponant to believe the court is ready to overrule Roe, very quickly, and who also believe that it's worth in their view doing the right thing. Even if the court strikes down a Bill, there's more kind of pragmatist wing of the movement that still believes the court might take a matter of years to be comfortable overturning Roe and would prefer to do it over a series of cases. Probably starting with laws involving later. Portions rather than something like an Alabama Georgia laws, which begin with fertilization, this all in the face of what may be a potential disaster. Particularly in states like, Alabama ninety nine years possibly for physicians who perform an abortion and disaster, as far as healthcare is concerned talk about that. Would you. Yeah. Access to Washington. Alabama is already pretty limited. And they're very few abortions that happen in Alabama, as it is one of the sort of on known health impacts of laws like this is that it abortion pills are now available for women online. And if women take those pills, and suffered complications, they may be afraid to go to the hospital. I think that's true. Even though Alabama legislators have said clearly that they don't think that they're going to punish women. I don't think women are necessarily gonna understand that..

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"kim chan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"kim chan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Only have as many customers in as we have seats looking around goldfish. I can see that as you said Monte, the it's a mix of. Additional and modern very stylish colors kind of earth. Tones dark green and Brown, and let's have lead there, and it just looks very cozy. And interestingly looking at your cocktail menu, you've divided based on elements, water earth fire and air. Can you talk to me more about that? We pick out a theme every year and this year, it's the water fire air and this cocktails under each category. Now, it's really up to the bartenders to build a cocktails and the the recipes behind it. But it can come up as an ingredient it can even be I don't know maybe song lyrics. These are the four basic elements, and this is a seasonal menu. So it changes four times a year under these categories then after year, we'll peak all and I think and I noticed in addition to this elementary also have let's same what traditional cocktails plastic ones. Yeah. Classics definitely we we wanted to keep that they're so it's not only the seasonal cocktails. But this selection of classic cocktails that are also divided into you know, I bowl since hours and. They've drawings and pick me ups. You know, we wanted to showcase the talent that all the bartenders have. So you can come up and order pretty much any classic owner off the menu and they'll steal execute. It a token of goldfishes and bishops goals and potential. He's the fact that they've attracted bartenders from some of the world's best cocktail bars. We're a really new Bleier coming up to six months after opening, but yeah, we're ambitious in a way that we want to make ourselves known and really one of the best ways to do that is to do guest shifts to have bars over here doing this thing or or and then returning the favor and visiting those boys and we've so far had bulletin place from Sydney that was here just before Christmas. That was great. We had the pleasure of hosting Ryan. Tea and the dental eye and crew in January those really big I believe might have been there last international gift shift that they did with Denver lion. So that was a beautiful couple days. And we're just returning from London where the boys did a gift shift at happiness forgets insured it next Next. week. We were joined by goldfishes head bartender and the creative genius behind its cocktails Hendrie hall on and a few glasses of tasted tipple. Get looks. Like, we're getting some drinks now. So. We were given drinks by the head bartender Hindi Helen in Hindi. What are we having? Well, the first one is basically like high bowl with soccer, and then up a cordial so really fast nice long string. Then the second one. We have a little bit drum boy they be at all their showroom and a little bit super SABA. There is more like acid that brings the sourness into enjoy. All right serious. Serious. So you've been open now for a couple of months, and you've been very popular I can say that as somebody who lives in Helsinki, and what have been some of your most successful and loved cocktail so far. Well, I think when we open we made a kimchi MARTINI. So there was like kimchi the we have a restaurant guide, gene. That makes really good Kim Chan we wants to use that. And that was something that went all across Finland like people are talking about. How can they do Kim Jin drink and people were really excited by it? Because he was really spicy. And something that nobody has seen before in Helsinki that it's really more closer to food than cocktail. And that's also what we do here. Like, we want to show that it can be closer to plate of dish than just a simple Cox. Oh, so we want to be challenged people. But still that you can enjoy every cartoon that we have many..

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"kim chan" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"kim chan" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Injunction by the New Mexico state supreme court this Sunday. We set our clocks ahead an hour. I know you're gonna lose sleep for an hour. We're gonna hit your head's going to explode your entire life is going to disintegrate, you won't know how to deal with it. Spring ahead. Sunday morning, two am. Talk to Kim Chan today. Formerly with the Santa Fe area home builder's association. We'll talk about this weekend's home show Simon Brackley CEO president of Santa Fe chamber of commerce at two o'clock two thirty today, the head do principal at turquoise trail elementary middle schools, Ray Griffin will be here. Going to talk about the lottery. Sign up Kurkova trail, three o'clock today. We're talked to at least one maybe more students today. We're in talk about the global strike for future, which is on the fifteenth kids striking about climate change kids. Promoting the green new deal. We'll have one maybe more students in and one possible. Dr Leslie the kind. That's at three o'clock today. We'll talk about climate change. Did you see sixty minutes last night? Did you see the first segment in sixty minutes last night? About Giuliana V US about the climate change kids lawsuit moving forward phenomenal. I mean, it was amazing. The work being done by our children's trust. And these young ends who would like a they'd like a planet like a place where they can call home. Whereas they grow old. That has been made fairly insecure by the rest of the.

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"kim chan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"kim chan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Bowing to clear his name. I'm Pam who sell Fox News as a second woman, accuses Virginia's Lieutenant governor of sexual assault. Justin. Fairfax says he won't resign. And he calls the allegations a vicious and coordinated smear campaign. Fairfax's second accuser claims she was raped nineteen years ago, while the two were college classmates Duke University tells me that they have asked Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax to step down from the board of visitors at Duke Sanford school of public policy this after a woman came forward claiming now Lieutenant governor raped her in two thousand at Duke University when they were both students the law firm, representing this Watson says Mr. Fairfax's attack was premeditated and aggressive and that quote, miss Watson shared her account of the rape with friends in a series of emails and Facebook messages that are now in our possession. Fox's Ellison Barbara the first allegation against the Lieutenant governor was made by a college. Professor. Who says Fairfax assaulted her in a Boston hotel room during the two thousand four democratic convention Camp, David will serve as the backdrop or my partisan border talks eight lawmakers heading there today, an agreement could avert a second government shutdown. President Trump has been demanding billions of dollars for a border wall. The groundwork is being laid for President Trump. Second summit with North Korea's leader the top US onboard for North Korea says three days of talks in Pyongyang were productive. President Trump says he plans to meet North Korea's Kim Chan and Hanoi Vietnam at the end of this month, the president tweeting I look forward to meeting chairman Kim and advancing the cause of peace. Fox's Sean landfill. Since the first summit back in June, denuclearization talks have stalled winter weather to blame for the cancellation of some two hundred flights in Seattle officials spent the night getting people off the streets.

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"kim chan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"kim chan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"When he was found to have a cancer of the spine hit a biopsy of this mass in the spine at the t four thrusts fourth body. That's right in the middle of the back, and it showed at an old carcinoma. Oh, so he got that. We came to us. He wants to be treated to get better. That's the work. We do. We treat many people with cancer many people who have pain who wants to get their cancer under control who wanna get their cancer in remission and want to get rid of pain. He's been left suffering and pain without adequate medicine for two years. So it's a sign if you got something going on in your body. And if it's not explained that you may wish to come to radio surgery, New York. At thirty four Broadway. So we're going to hit the cancer get rid of the pain Gifford of the cancer most probably and tell him exactly where the cancer is. That's what we do is staging even though I'd been at all the hospitals. You never got fully stage to know where the cancer is exactly or the origin. It may be an unknown. Primary about twenty percent of cancer summarily car on known primary where we never learn or the primary site of the cancer is better man who came in his eighty sixty cameras wife and his daughters daughter. So lawyer she flew in from Florida to be with her father for consultation. He's eighty six years old and very sharp. Lots of questions lots of sarcasm and he's had a history of urinary retention. He's at a catheter in place for a year can imagine that he's at a catheter in place for a year is PS as been all the way up to four hundred and these undiagnosed and he's going and kidney. Failure. And he's got obstruction of his kidneys, both kidneys obstructed the as what's called. Hydro enough roses hydro if you'd think about landlords Minch water in the frozen kidneys got water actually, the urine is backing up on both kidneys, even though. Yes, a cath burn place by these other doctors and hospitals, and he came to us to finally get diagnosed two years after having a PSA in the hundreds having his kidneys being destroyed is crap which is a measurement of how much proteins in the body of specific type reflects the function of the kidney is near the level of Reno failures. When I go into dialysis we doesn't get cared for and finally after two years of this process with catheter and discomfort in despair infections, he came to us in one afternoon. I was able to arrange for him to get a biopsy in all tra- sounded systolic Skopje to finally get a diagnose. Basis. So that we could shrink down his massive prostate, which is most likely statistically, it's most likely cancer. All those yet to be proven also some x-rays, which showed possibility of bone metastases. So after two years came to us and one afternoon, he got the answers he wanted or the answers he needed to know. So you commence effective therapy? He had lots of questions is daughter had lots of good questions as white bread costs of questions, and we were able to answer most all of them and get him going in a direction where it never been before. That is no what he has. And how to take care of his situation shrink down the prostate and get the PSA under control and open up the kidneys and get him functional. That's what most people want is to have their questions answered and to get better and not to have kidney damage and pain and suffering. That would talk about a eighty year old woman who came in. She is interesting. That she came for valuation of a breast cancer was biopsy to just this month her last mammogram was four years ago. So she went four years without a mammogram. She felt a lump in the upper outer quadrant of the right breast biopsy with all tra- salad showed poorly differentiated cancer before she came to me. She was scheduled to have surgery. Well, she wants to have the best possible treatment and the best possible answers. And I examined her I found the mass in the breast, and I should tell you that she has a family history of breast cancer. Her mother seems to have died from breast cancer and a niece has breast cancer. This is a woman of Kim Chan states from Poland thirty years ago, and she's very physically active. She swims every day and this very good medical condition at age eighty. So what do we do? Well, we like to stage up the cancer. We know that she has breast cancer outs in the upper outer quadrant on the right breast. We need. Ow. Cancer. Markers to build a follow her and a scan of her whole body scan is a pet scan PET pet scan which looks ahead to likes of her body to help us though, where the cancer is. And how guide advice as to what to do with this cancer. Obviously, we believe that the woman gives to choose whatever treatment that she wishes, but she should know that for most women one does not need to lose the breast. I know a lot of hospitals. They do a lot of mistakes as well that can be a woman's choice. But it's not necessitate for most women medicine. There's never one hundred percent, but I can tell you that for most women, it can save their breast and devoid that deforming surgery whenever possible, I think psychologically, women do better with a physically, we know. So so many reasons why won't with breast cancer would want to come in to us at thirteen four Broadway where we do. Accept most insurances Medicare. Medicaid. I was speaking about a sixty one year old woman who is marriage has two children. She came in with her niece and her daughter for valuation of metastatic thyroid cancer. I she was diagnosed a year ago. She lost her voice you seen by throat doctors a year ago at a big hospital. They said that the vocal cords were paralysed due to a cancer in the neck shed, a cat scans showing metastases to the lungs. She had a biopsy in Albany and then transferred care to New York City to some of the big hospitals here, and she had standard radiation to the knack Renault that standard radiation doesn't work very well for thyroid cancer. Why is that will tends to resist? It is a variety of cancers that resist standard therapy. We brought stereotyping body radio surgery to America. What is that some more intense more focused more convenient more effective method of treating cancer so fewer treatments? More. Effectively. That's the work that we do the cancer traveled to her brain several months ago, and she had surgery at that one of those big, hospitals and radiation radiation surgery, and spines, you get the picture the doing a lot of things tours surgeries and radiation were if she came to us most probably should have only radio surgery only if that's what she wanted. Obvious of explain everything in a patient decides himself or herself, but we believe most patients would rather have avoidance of hospital stays on the voice of radical surgery whenever possible and exchange have of non invasive treatment, she was eating poorly, and she has poor function over tongue. And so she actually has a tube in to get her food. And she came to us to try to get better to learn about second opinions should had difficulty with blood clots and aspiration pneumonia, which means it. So the food going down to the food. Tube. It's going until the lungs says lots of things that we can do to help her for metastatic cancer. And that's the work that we do every day, we stage up the patient, and for this woman, we advise to stager up. No, exactly where the cancer is. And then discuss all the options about affective therapy. Which is what we do for thyroid and other cancers in this case, metastatic stage, four cancer. We get lots of calls people. Call up and say, my loved one, or my friend has stage four cancers, that's something. You do something. We do every day because often people with stage four cancer have had other treatments. It just don't work sometimes even sent home to die or going hospice when there can be effective therapy out there just because chemo doesn't work doesn't mean. That's the end of the line. We see plenty of people with stage for cancer can be effectively treated, in fact, some of those patients you can read about it. Our booklets who have a brand new book within the brand new DVD, which will be happy to send to you at no..

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"kim chan" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"kim chan" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Come here on the program conversation for my sweet aboard the Jerko cruise with mardi girl villain. Really a great talent. And we we had one of our we have one of the more enlightening conversations that I've had with the talent quite a while from resting stamp, mardi just really really out. He's just really honest any. He didn't dodge any question. I thought softballs so it was good. So still to come stay with us for that this weekend wrestling, we'll we'll get through these. I like this segment because it brings back a lot of memories enough for you as well. Thirty three years ago Rosemont horizon, call the AllState arena in Chicago, Rosemont, Illinois and more specifically it was the wrestling classic. The first ever w w f nationally televised pay per view, and the way you get somebody over you haven't won the tournament. And you haven't be somebody big on a finals junkyard dog defeated Randy savage sixteen man one night tournament that included a recent guests, Ricky steamboat, the iron Sheik Terry funk Ross you bastard, when you say my name, you fat son of a bitch. Paul orndorff figures will he's been field fully card, and of course, the undercard says here the undercard, but really we know that HOGAN vs Pfeiffer heavyweight title was likely the main event, but while that on the road to that main event the fans got to see the junkyard dog be made thirty three years ago. Nineteen eighty five and moving on to Denver twenty five years ago, nNcholas sports arena. It was USC one. I remember that very vividly watching that with my late. Wa Jan we had only been married a month. I was so intrigued by him in a in ninety three n beyond and before. But any of that, no way classes, no time outs. No judges only two rules, nobody know gouging and so future UCLA Famer eventual w e Intercon. Champion. After be technical the world's most dangerous man, Kim Chan rut lost and found eventual champion hoist Gracie Gracie won that tournament so submission. That was I remember very well. It was very kind of rough course production, but it was fun to watch. It was slick, but it's real organically real just like the date was November nine nineteen Ninety-seven Molson centre. Montreal. WW survivor series. You don't people forget about all the card? Remember the Montreal..

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"kim chan" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"kim chan" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Don't tell people to shut up shut up digman. We thought what I was saying here. Wait a minute. So this is a show. This is a show about drag queens, and the guys that are in it are straight guys. And they're not doing it. Very well. Right. I mean, the whole idea is they don't commit very well to they drag Queen thing. All right. So cut to after the show the after party, this guy, Jim Champlain's, one of the actors, and apparently she was worried that she was still being perceived. She might still be perceived as gay or too comfortable in the role in the in the in the main role as Betty who is the lead, dancer and singer and all around organizer of his effort to get money for the children's hospital. Betty's the character Betty's, the character guy, Jim Champlain place. Yes. Yes. So in order to I guess you can pick it up from here. Margaret, let me do this. Well, I dived. I did good right to then. I'll Frankie issue did accept now. It's it's what it's just too much dispersion. The point is this guy Champlain who's amend. We're talking about put his hand on my eye on your boob. Well, no the other area. Oh, he put his hand on. He put his hand on your ass. Then we'll come on. That's what you're describing. Right. Yes. I am. Well, she put her hand right on Margaret spinal area. But whole I didn't say that. I said Buttle how about the ass that seems to work. I might as well get to it. Okay. Fine fail. The ans- like I'm nothing more than just something that looks out for backstage with nothing on. And you take a look at yet next. Pardoning Margaret can't leave. I'm not, where's he going just to take a walk? Yeah. So and I and I had a quite frankly beat her up. What happened to you, man? I'm sorry. He who I had to beat up Chan plane, Jim Champlain or Kim champlin Jim clean. Jim. What is it? She. She said Jim chimp, lean no Kim Chan champlin Kim campaign. Jim Joan Olympic Jim Champlain. I just remembered law. You didn't just remember because you got it wrong. It's Tim clean. Our Jim Camplin never mind guy. You beat up right? Yes. It's a guy I had to beat up because she put her hands on his ass. And I won't allow any guy to do that to my wife now, that's it. Now when you see beat beat him up. What did you do? Exactly, I took the guy outside. I punched her a couple of times knocked around her ass. And that was the end of that except he felt it please report by all right? She found a police report. And I got charged with assault, and I paid a fine. Fortunately for me. There was no civil. Action that guy could've could've zoo. Yeah. Well, in those days, nobody ever thought about doing those things and the fact of the matter is jam was on the wrong. She had her hands right on my wife's ASO. You get you know, and I'm looking at him. And he's looking at me as if to say, well, what are you gonna do about? It. Don't involve me in this. I Bill you knew his hand was there. I thought something the left buttock, and I turned and when I did turn Franken already grabbed this guy and dragged him out front and punched him out. So. Well that ends well, I wouldn't call. It ends. Well, you know, I sweated it out at the police down. I'm gonna turn. Okay. So I I can't afford any kind of nothing on my record. Do you get like disbar possibility of being disbarred? No. I don't let me tell you something, I know Johnny Hodges and some of the guys over the bar association to protect me. So. What do you mean? It's not illegal. They can get a little bit influence influence. They had their influence. What are you guys? Try to say..

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"kim chan" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"kim chan" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Hr professionals can post job openings with screener questions than sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard learn more at indeed dot com slash higher there's a lot coming at you right now turmoil tweets an insane amount of chatter i'm brad milkey with abc news and i'm here to throw you a lifeline it's a new podcast called start here where are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day we're going to give you some context some clarity among the chaos twenty minutes every weekday subscribe now on apple podcast over ever you get your podcasts and start here back now with the growing questions about the possible explosion of a vaping device florida investigators say vape pen may have blown up in a man's face abc's aerial russia picks up the story tonight new concern over those popular vape pens after fire officials in florida say a battery and one of the devices may have exploded killing this thirty eight year old man small or you know a little margin than a firecracker can your hand and it can explode the cause of death still under investigation but a say it could end up being the first death nationwide from a vape pen explosion there are reports of vape pens and e cigarettes erupting into flames mike von kim chan from texas says he was holding his e cig when this happened pretty glad that i didn't have it up to my face fema says there were nearly two hundred such explosions in seven years in some cases with the batteries and those devices overheating and igniting turning them into flaming rockets while they are not likely to fail when they do fail the failure can be catastrophic the american vaping association telling abc news incidents like these are not common when charge stored and used under proper conditions they were products posed no more of a fire risk than cell phones and laptops that use similar lithium ion batteries and tom experts say if you're using a device with a lithium ion battery be sure to use the charger a pain payment and never leave those devices charging when you're asleep or away tom burial real russia froze night aerial thank you know with our index and the dangerous flash floods overseas take a look at this dramatic video coming in from turkey's capital a made on the.

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"kim chan" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"kim chan" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"I am too i am to here's another line that is surprising to me and this is this is another one of the really good games carolina at new orleans carolina in new orleans i think have the same record at this point to yep carolina is getting four at new orleans at that's a higher line than i thought if you say that the homefield is worth three i would have seen this as a two and a half to three not a four what are you like 102 then what you're saying it but you're thing you think on a neutral site you'd be carolina better i actually do i idea or base cnn in your idea i think vegas obviously degree yes yeah i look i've struggled with carolina all year they're not a they're talking about another team i'm a avoiding using real american dollars with yes um is them i i'm gonna it's i'm going to stick with new orleans at home only only to help my son feel better his best friends the saints fans so you know i got to come up with some rationale give you a hut take that's will be really you know what that that's good to the kids come on and it for the kids that's just ray here is another and this is potentially a great game and obviously a lategame unless it's a sunday night game ice into his the four o'clock game but i'm not sure philadelphia at seattle philadelphia has been the best team by record in philadelphia has been crushing people but philadelphia given far five and a half is a large number against a team that's pretty good depleted secondary seattle who covering yet who is going to hold hearings are out carson way no kim chan over and over german i'm surprised i thought it was a little bit high i get i take it you like philadelphia in this one.

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