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"komal" Discussed on Immigrants of Toronto

Immigrants of Toronto

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"komal" Discussed on Immigrants of Toronto

"On your own you get a sense of like. Oh my god. I'm literally on my own. If something happens to me. There is no mom or dad coming in to save me so those kind of factors about safety ability bonds relationships. That's something that moving as a single woman individually on your own could be really different from with a family or as you were saying. You're not your spouse. I think. I think you taught very important issue that i think i know canada acid. I know a lot of the first world. Countries habits is We're still. I would say the society steal a helps America's a helps in a quote unquote Nobody can see me Airboats but what i'm trying to do is if you're if you're a man and maybe you're white or or something like that. You have an edge on like like. I said this before i'm from mexico but i'm the white man so i'm pretty sure i have an extra edge society wise in thinking about stereotypes and biases. We talked before that in another mexican that is not why is not a man right so may agree with you would sayings the structure of the world. Unfortunately steel very male oriented in terms of them in now moving around in a bow doing jobs moving to other countries for their jobs. Educationally there are so many reasons why women are moving around. There is hope that you know now processes systems all these structures will start becoming more centric Mortar bald around women but so far it's still very male centric and spit lynn than on top of that there is a layer of colored You know there's so many layers keep adding onto it concerns sites. What would you say this for success like the everytime you have a difference between the standard white man it takes a little more effort right with your woman Twice a year a woman of color trip three times the effort than if you add your name again. It's four times. So yeah i agree. It's it's It's part of the house. Society is structured. That's unfortunately but yeah that's the case. So just let me move to a more. I would say lighter note. Because i think we're if you get started with this commission that i can. I can talk about that a lot too. Let's not focus on that. I think I would like to focus on on. Think of you have cheap because indian. You've been here for six years. There's a reason why you give for six years right. So why don't you tell me a little bit about Maybe the the proudest achievement. What have you done here that you'd say this is. This is the proudest achievement. They have in canada. And i think one of the biggest things i started my journey. Would this idea that. I'm gonna take my business global as i was saying before and i mean an immigrant in only took me six years to get there but one of my biggest achievements is. I've found finally. I've i've come to the point where i started building my own business and it's called wonder laid and i think for me. It's one of the biggest achievements reason being that being an immigrant. It's it's hard to to basically figure out you finances sort out the you not gonna go homeless out the head you know you have enough resources. You know enough people that you can actually bush your own business forward hats off to be bull who come here and they start something on their own from the beginning. I mean i don't know how they do it. Maybe food businesses are something that people can get into because who'd it brings in so much connection that way you know brings in your community together but starting a business i thought would be a big thing and i knew that you know i have to save money. I'll have to work. I'll have to make sure. I have a place in some contingency plans before we jump into starting business so i think that is really my proudest achievement. And i'm really glad i'm here. It's a long long road is just a starting point but even to get here thing. I'm sort of proud and you should be. I agree with you. Starting something from scratch is it's not only the effort that it takes to do it but also the where you are. Lego muir you head space worries it like it. It takes a toll on your stress because you you are not. It's not like having a job that you know that i mean unless you perform portly but normally you go there you work you do your best and you get a paycheck when you're working by yourself or building something it's It's not a guarantee like you. That paycheck might take longer than you expect that those kinds of things and on top of that. I mean this very basic thought. I hadn't bug on when i was running. My business will always like well. You know if. I can always be in my barron slaves and not worry about so back a thought here if i fail go the bug is on. It's still have my family. There will support me in everything. But i don't want to go at that point so having that the backup strength of always being like oh i can start from my parents garage arguing just figure something out was never there. It was like if. I'm starting this. And if i fail it's on me and i have to take full responsibility. Make sure all the resources are here right. Congratulations i agree with you. That's that's achievement. That you have to should be proud of thank you so talking about the other side of the coin. We talked about your achievement. And what can you tell me was the maybe hardest situation. You has to face because you were an immigrant hearing in toronto. A good question. It's one of those interview. Questions are usually. What are your strengths. And then what are you. Weaknesses the weaknesses. As my strength remain.

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"komal" Discussed on Immigrants of Toronto

Immigrants of Toronto

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"komal" Discussed on Immigrants of Toronto

"Was all good in the beginning. And maybe a lot of people have experienced the same thing but what i experienced about. Canada was that in terms of people. People are really nice and friendly. They're really helpful. But there is a bit of that missing kabir. They're friendly nice but they don't necessarily want to be your friends or one. Do hang your life leg for some reason. Our another the the social structures that worked here slightly different people are more inclined to staying with brenston made in their high school in their earlier lives and being an immigrant. Of course even have any history here. You don't have your high school friends if you get lucky. Your high school friends might move years. Well the big purpose of moving to another country is you wanna make new friends. You wanna have people from other cultures other groups to be part of all of that. I'm a similar kind of person so for me. Us was easier to navigate in terms of social bonds I have friends from different backgrounds from different of places in the us and it was pretty straightforward. Like i met them once or twice. If we connected we stayed in touch we talked about common stuff and the relationship continued in one way or another here. I noticed that people will always willing to help to be there to be nice but you would meet them at an event then you would meet them at another event and you would need them at five wins. He outgrew that you'd be like can i come. This person is a friend or like we just keep meeting a different events than that. That's about it. After some time you do find some people who are your mindset and they wanna stay around in your life you wanna stay around in their lives and you end up building really really good amazing relationship. Would you said is something i've talked about. Before is the difference in the culture. Like i mean. I cannot speak for your culture. Breastfeed speak for mine and mexico. Everybody's friendly and after a couple of weeks in the new job. Now you have seven. People were your friends. You gone for drinks you to someone's home on the saturday or sunday because that's the culture in here. What i've noticed is that is like we're working at five. I'm done. I need to. I wanna go by. You're gonna go to my family. I wanna go to my my high school friends that you say like could be high. School could be college. Whatever it is. But there's a kind of a line between the people you're meeting professionally people. You're meeting you met before. Socially i absolutely agree in this was like a bit of a culture shock for me too. I come from a culture which is pretty much friendly. maybe differently are nice available and carrying. But they're not as friendly. I think it's more cold than that way. Maybe dress shoes. There could be so many komo. I have another question. Maybe changing topics a little bit. Because what you said about the culture is it's agree like our cultures might be warmer than here but days instill you can meet nice people. You can forge strong relationships. In your case i mean i know i moved here with my wife. So permit was easy to f. I had no one to talk to. I knew that a suicide got home. That was going to be someone. I was forced to listen to what i was wanted to say. But you you moved here by yourself right. How was how was the experience that yeah no I think maybe it's different. Moving on your own versus with family. Although i've really enjoyed this experience of moving on my own but my experience has been different. So i moved here. I knew a couple of people. Here i had my cousins here and That was a good starting on any as long as you know at least one or two. Be but I think navigating my life as someone who's moved on their own was a bit I would say challenging that way. 'cause the systems that are made here are mostly for either families. Moving here couples. Moving here is not specifically around single people moving here for work or education. As long as you're studying in your master's program things are really good. 'cause you find like minded people you can have fun around and everything but the moment that masters program has done and as we were talking your your work life starts and everything it sort of becomes a little challenging in that way. So i've done a bit of research on women traveling and my own experiences in what i can really say. Is that over the last one or two decades. It's it's a recent recent phenomena where women as single individuals of start moving around in the country's moving around the world migrating and so the systems were always build around the men moving with families them in moving to support their husbands and now that the things have changed administering moving on their own. They're like different challenges for them. So for example social structures. How are you navigating your life's in terms of finding those bonds as we were just discussing. Maybe i experienced things differently. Because i was a woman i was single. Maybe it's different for men. I don't know i most certainly don't have the context. I did talk to some friends. Who are male friends in. Some of their experiences were really different terms of mobility so for me coming from a country. Like bug is on mike. Pakistani had is always on. It's like be save everything that is by default. A dark is not safe. Anything you know that has a lot of men. Group together is not safe. The trains in the or not save at night. Everything is not safe so although candidates grated i should really praise. I have never had any issues but to be first one to be out there.

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New York Mayor De Blasio on Cuomo Bullying Allegations: ‘That's Classic Andrew Cuomo'

John and Ken on Demand

01:14 min | 1 year ago

New York Mayor De Blasio on Cuomo Bullying Allegations: ‘That's Classic Andrew Cuomo'

"California and new york. As far as the government structure is concerned by political party not to on a like the new york state legislature is also ruled big time by a majority of democrats. The reason we're talking about him is that what's left of republicans in that state in the new york state. Assembly are pushing to form an impeachment commission to gather facts in evidence surrounding governor andrew. Cuomo's handling of the coronavirus crisis and the underreported covid. Nineteen nursing home deaths in that state. Of course this will probably go nowhere because The democrats may be under the control of cuomo and may not be willing to move forward on this matter. Although as told you yesterday there's one democratic assemblyman who said that he got threatened by cuomo and apparently he's always coming up against cuomo before and cuomo basically obliterated a phone call telling him that could end his career and you know who backed up the assemblymen that large worthless new york city mayor. Bill de blasios also doesn't like komal. David is saying that. I believe the assemblymen. I i think that sounds like quote to be.

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"komal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"O'Donnell with your Komal forecast from the diversified crawl Space Weather Center. Hi, everybody Friday night and here comes our Valentine's Day weekend snowstorm. It will start snowing for most of us here, really picking up the pace after dark and closing in on midnight. That should be the heaviest snow on either side of midnight into early Saturday morning, but the snow showers continue much of the day on Saturday before winding down as we had late into the afternoon between now and then, most of us will see at least a few inches of snow on the ground, but 3 to 6 most likely around Seattle and Bellevue in Bremerton, really heavy amounts 8 to 12 expected around Hood Canal and back into the south end of Puget Sound between shows and then she galas in the Comer Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Shannon Oh, Donald's 28 degrees in Seattle. Stay connected. Stay informed The news you need now on CO Moh news, 1000 FM, 97 7 Companies Times 706 Art Sanders Top local stories from the Coma 24 7 News center. Snow is now falling across western Washington lightly in downtown Seattle. Was Charlie Harder tells us forecasters think this storm is going toe pile up quickly. There's a big line of clouds from the tropics that air dumping water onto the cold air above us. Meteorologist got cystic from coma news com says that means hours and hours of steady snow for western Washington. So we're looking at a pretty snowy night here, and I think it's going to snow consistently through the rest of the night. And through much of Saturday, so I would say if you're thinking of going out tonight later tonight or tomorrow morning. Definitely have a backup plan in place. We're expecting As much as 4 to 6 inches of snow in the Seattle area by Saturday, late morning, the day maybe even some spots that have some or if the winds really kick up overnight that could keep the snow totals down, especially on the East side. So Redmond semanas places like that. He says of the winds die down, and there's more moisture in the clouds than expected, Scott says. That could mean more snow than projected. Charlie Harker, Come on, you little City Road crews are out treating streets and monitoring conditions Right now they're Jenny Durkan issued a crucial reminder to all of us about what areas they'll clear of Snow first will not be plowing the roads in every neighborhood in every road. We will be focusing on our most important routes and those of the routes. In order to keep the transit movie. Addition to those routes, Mayor says they all prioritize clearing roads leading to Corona virus vaccination sites. Our neighbors to the South are also getting a piece of this winter blast By the end of this weekend, downtown Portland's expected to have 10 inches of snow. There's snow and ice on the roadways. Now, the Portland Bureau of Transportation wants drivers They're to be aware of chain and traction tire requirements within city limits. Seattle firefighters been arrested for allegedly making threats.

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"komal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"Komal News, 1000 and FM 97 7. But the star remember when we used to take eating in a restaurant for granted love to get you on. What do you want it even when served by rude waiters or thrown shade by snobby host. You're like 35 kids menu is eight and under, even when the food didn't always live up to expectations going out to eat was Just something that we did some of us a lot, and we looked forward to it. And then came covert 19 and suddenly eating out was 80 sixed That's restaurant Speak for off. The menu has been as bad for the bar and restaurant industry as any industry that's been affected by the panda. McCann if we look at the official unemployment numbers coming from the federal government We're told that basically leisure and hospitality, and the biggest component of that is bars and restaurants, Eyes down by 3.4 million jobs since February, Okay? And the restaurant trade itself. The trade group, The National Restaurant Association, tells us that about 17% of all restaurants in the United States based on its census Have closed long term. That's about one in five. Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst for bankrate dot com, says the damage is palpable. Chef Bryan of Earner director of culinary for craft Mark Bakery, agrees. Spend very challenging for our operators in the industry globally, but the United States because we are So restaurant centric operators are really struggling. It's been a real tough time for them, and it's not just restaurant workers who were affected. Alana Angelic Otto was in VIPs sails for New York City Hotel. When the pandemic brought a career that she and many believed was recession proof to a stand Steroids always going to be needing a place to stay there always gonna be wanna be traveling. They're always gonna want to look for a fun, trendy restaurant. Obviously, we need to eat to survive. It's very prevalent to, you know, everyday life and all different types of people with Cove it. I think it really just kind of took the industry by surprise, and it's something that happened immediately. You know, I remember in the hotel that I was working at. I had actually just started a new hotel in January of this year, 2020. And within the three months by March, when you know it's day by day, so they had started off saying, You know, they didn't think they were going to close. It would be more expensive to physically close down the property and to lay off. You know all of these employees than it would be to kind of keep the lights running and keep it going and see how that turns out. And then I would say with, like, three days later, they just started laying off employees. So it was immediate impact I feel and it was totally blindsided the entire hospitality industry and this is a career that Alana worked hard to achieve. She graduated near the top of her class at Johnson and Wales University. And became a sought after sales professional who was courted by several high end hotel chains. She's also a trained chef and those air two skills that are usually really in demand. But Covad forced her to reinvent herself professionally. So with the alcoholic beverage business, taking off along and now works for a beer company, even up until about two months ago, I would say I would have friends and colleagues texting me with, like unfortunate news that you know they've just been laid off, or the hotel that they were working in, his officially announced that they're closing, and it would just be really hard and devastating and then going into the beer and beyond industry. This company in particular. They haven't had a layoff at all in 2020 do that. You know nothing related to call that they've actually been actively hiring like is, you know insane in in this market, you know, coming from hotels. It's awesome for them, And I think it zal so really, very convenient for people for regular consumers. You know, there's nothing else to kind of do. Everyone's working from home, and it's super convenient to just pick up a case of beer or hard seltzer or hard state or what. Ever. You drink from grocery stores from you know your target run, even 7 11. But Mark says most employees in the hospitality business haven't been so lucky People who very often worked part time. These are people who don't tend to have substantial assets because they do work in a profession. That doesn't always pay very well. And so that means many of those employees were basically living paycheck to paycheck. Obviously, there are plenty of exceptions to that. Since then, restaurants have been adapted. You think it's gonna bounce back? It's just gonna be different. You know where you have to be a lot more aware of our space. I think restaurants are going to really focus on outdoor dining rather than inside and the local zoning laws. They're gonna also change in order to go. To accommodate these thieves requests from restaurants. But chef Bryan says restaurant chefs and owners who thought they call the shots well, now they must think otherwise able to dictate how they eat what they eat and where they and that's no longer the case. So it's a given The industry is going to change, but Mark says it will be back ones haven't changed because of this experience, but we've certainly obtained some experiences that we could have never expected. And so We've had the ability, for example, to watch a football or baseball game on television or listen to it on the radio for generations. Yet people still want to go and experience that in person. I think the same will pertain to full service and casual dining experiences, But people will also want Do the take out on delivery that they become war. Accustomed to taking all of this into consideration? I asked Alana if she would encourage anyone who was considering a career in the hospitality industry would absolutely say go for it on Lee because I think there's going to be such a big boom in the industry. Once you know the vaccine has fully been distributed, and once there's a treatment for Coben. I would save people are itching to get out of their homes. I know I am personally to get out again beyond these four walls and just to kind of get some sort of regular normalcy back into everyday life. And I think people they love traveling. They love eating. They want to check out fun new spots, You know, so I would absolutely say to get into Industry because where it's maybe not the best right now, I think it's gonna triple by mid next year. Can't wait to see what's on the menu next..

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"komal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"komal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm talking on the conversation with We have We got the rich are engineer here doing a great great job. Bruce is handling the phones were so sorry. Sorry about that. We're chatting like, Hey, man. What about role in this together? We appreciate you being here and we appreciate you listening to 77 W, A. B. C and Ramsey Mazda's Sundays with Sinatra, and by the way you can call 80. It's 808 48 W A. B C 808 for eight. 9 to 2 to let me go to Virginia in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey. Hide Virginia. Thank you for calling. Good luck. I discovered you last week. I love the show and you started. I'm about Bobby Soccer. I used to go out for Frank Simmons Won't we sat the whole day with our luncheon in the pocketbook? Cheated. You gotta tell me that because you sound got you said, Well, you know, the funny part is Yeah. I was Perry Komal and my two girlfriends loved Frank Sinatra. Here. I'm standing on line and I'm saying Oh, what am I standing on now? I love Frank Sinatra. But I loved Perry, Komal to Regina. Tell me when Bobby sighed when you went there, and you were at the Paramount Theater. Oh, you're sat there the whole day. They didn't like it, but we did you and Mr Sinatra did. What do you do it Like a half hour 20. Minute. Do you remember how long he was on stage? Did you do quite a while? Oh, my God. You know I'm 87 so time ago. But when you started talking about William B. Williams and said Mom on e used to listen to W g, And when I was a kid my ear to the I love music Any kind of music? Yeah, I still I know all the words I love you. Have Frank Sinatra's You'll never know. Well, we will look for it. Look at us. All will be well. Never know how much I love you, Virginia. We will try to do it. And then you know, Perry calm. Oh, sorry, but we will get we got Frank said that you thank you. So, 87 years. I have to tell you something. When we do the morning show or what? You're listening. Now, there is the greatest generation that in. I'm glad Virginia mentioned that her age. God bless her because the greatest generation for me was the generation that instilled everything that made America so wonderful and makes it the beautiful place. That is today. It was my mom and my dad. When they came again. My family came from another country. Like I told you last week, right? They couldn't even speak English when they came here, and they had no No programs to help them. They just came in. And you know what they did. They worked. And it was all ethnicity. The mosaic of the United States of America coming into l assignment, right coming into Ellis Island like that. And that great generation and then and then fighting in the Second World War. You forget about that that your family's came from other countries and they said, What were we fighting for your fighting for America? And they said, my father front center and you know he didn't want to leave one of the passes bar examples. The Belleville, New Jersey at the time, you know, he lived in north and then they went, they moved out to the country. Belleville back then you don't have to say it, but but we appreciate you listening, Virginia. We appreciate the greatest generation. It's an economic engine. Now that is underestimated. And it is what made this country so great. And this is so funny. I got this from a congressman Peter King. If I may. This is a text. He says, Joe, this is my life alone in my Washington apartment waiting for Congress to finally vote much needed covert legislation Final Week in Congress, no office toe..

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"komal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"Says since the airing of that special in all the months of creating and writing and putting a coma news crew together he never thought there would be need for a second one. I had actually told my wife that I wasn't going to do a follow up to Seattle is dying. But this is a city in peril right now. I I honestly believe this could be a failed city if we don't change the philosophy and the direction that we're following right now, and those of you who live here and love this city and what it was you look around on a day to day basis if you go downtown, even in your neighborhoods on the outsides of the city. Don't have to tell you what I'm talking about him. It's the tents. It's the drugs. It's the crime. It's the mental illness and we're not intervening in these lives that are reeling out of control on originally perhaps was born of a sense of compassion toe. Leave them be to try to understand what they're going through, but we're killing him. We're killing him on the streets of our our city, and we're killing Seattle and I just Felt like I needed to take another crack at trying to change the direction we're heading tonight at 9 30 on coma TV for the fight for the soul of Seattle brings Eric Johnson and his team from Komal TV news back for a deeper look of what has occurred since the last two years in the airing of Seattle is dying, Eric explains, where he goes this time with awareness and fax. Stories. Some of the video will be shocking to watch the fight for the soul of Seattle. In Eric's words. It's an essay. Really, It's It's a conversation about the state of our city. But it's also a deep dive into that philosophy that I'm talking about the over writing. Sentiment is this We no longer feel the need to stop anybody from doing anything in this city from small things like graffiti to larger things. Assaults, burglaries. Theft from stores stores pillaged into submission. We don't prosecute, but even more than that, we don't even file charges. What What's happening in Seattle is Philosophy is to get away from the criminal justice system to skirt the criminal justice system in favor of the social services system, and it's not working. And it's not working for anybody. It's not working for the most vulnerable people on the streets who were suffering from addiction and mental illness there left to languish out there. We all see it on a day to day basis. And it's not working for the other 700,000 people who live in this city and love this city and want to feel safe. It's not working for anybody. So I guess my call. The action is to change this course, because if it did, indeed start out as a social experiment of sorts, it doesn't take a genius to look around and figure out that that experiment is failing in spectacular fashion. Eric Johnson of Cuomo TV news He hopes you'll watch the program with your family, your extended family, your neighbors and also alert your covert. Person friends as well. The fight for the soul of Seattle.

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‘Death To 2020’: Samuel L. Jackson, Lisa Kudrow, Leslie Jones Join Charlie Brooker’s Netflix Comedy Event Special

Donna and Steve

01:01 min | 1 year ago

‘Death To 2020’: Samuel L. Jackson, Lisa Kudrow, Leslie Jones Join Charlie Brooker’s Netflix Comedy Event Special

"Is working on a fake documentary about what a horrible year it's been. It's called Death to 2020, and it's being made by the people behind that. Awesome. Syria's that everybody loves called Black Mirror. Oh, yeah, it's described as a comedy event that tells the story of the dreadful year that Woz and perhaps still is. They're calling it a landmark landmark. Listen, I moved to Boston What they're calling it a landmark documentary style special that is weaving together some of the world's most renowned voices with real life archival footage that spanning the last 12 months we got Hugh Grant in this Samuel L. Jackson, Lisa Kodro. Leslie Jones, Komal non Johnny, We've got Tracy Allman. Joe Carey from Stranger Things Thieve with the good hair way don't know when it's got a release date, but maybe we'll look for the teaser for that, so we could get a little little sampling of what they've got in mind.

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"komal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"komal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Sign says we miss you, Ebola. I want her to know that although we were not able to say a proper goodbye that We're fighting for her. We need to ask of Komal to take responsibility and be accountable for his actions. Now I can tell you team, Cuomo was not at all happy with that form of street theater because she had not only made the point graphically in terms of the visual Swifty caskets. But it was so heart tugging teaches here person after person who came to the mangrove. Many of them who had identified themselves as Hey. I voted for this guy. I like Homo. I voted for him for governor, you know? But this this is just mind boggling. And then while all this is taking place, I don't know people. They probably lost it in the news cycle, but Friday towards the end of the day A federal judge. Cooney has been on the bench too long. That's why they need to have term limits for federal judges. In a battle that took place between a gym mill in Bushwick. Yeah, the grand hipster Lewisburg. They called. That's right on the right on the border there, and that has two meanings. But we won't get into that now. Ah, effect. Help Push Berg. Yeah, it does. Yeah. But anyway, we won't get into that now, but I think filthy O r something anti Semitic wouldn't find it to be filthy and I find it to be quite the pleasure rising thing. As long as long as it's Ah, cable thing. We'll leave it at that. Okay. But anyway, the point is the hipsters and millennials challenge Cuomo and they ponied up money. Gotta have a really good wall firm to represent it because they objected to the fact that Cuomo had imposed on all restaurants and gin mills. A midnight shutdown. Yeah, One of the guys I guess of the owner of the grand was like, you know, this is a virus doesn't behave as a vampire. It doesn't know if it's 1 30, or, you know, 9 15, right? And the argument was they don't do this anywhere else. Wide is Kwong. Where's the science behind forcing a closure at midnight when a lot of our revenue actually comes between 11 into I guess the read The reaction to that is that when we talked about this a couple of weeks ago when you're drinking when you're drinking and drinking and drinking, you start Tio. I mean, this is applies to everything you start, Tio. It'll get inebriated. You lose your inhibitions, and you may stop social distancing, And I think that could potentially be a problem. But I mean, what's to stop you from getting drunk at three o'clock in the afternoon? Exactly, you know, so the federal judge in hearing the arguments of the state at our taxpayer's expense defending Cuomo And the Bush Berg or whatever. They call that to Jin male ponying up its own hipster and millennial money. Many of the patrons actually contributed to the legal Defense Fund. The federal judge ruled five o'clock on Friday. That Ah Governor Cuomo can impose harsh Corona virus restrictions on all businesses, even if it makes New York different. Even if New York becomes a desolate place. And you say to yourself what A desolate place. That means empty roll the sage brush true like a scene out of the twilight zone, And so now you think Homo was drunk with power before He will waive this document and say, you see, the federal judge says. I have the right to destroy businesses because I'm trying to protect your health. So you'll be healthy. But you'll be penniless. You'll be bankrupt. You'll lose your house. You know you'll be. You'll be, in fact, waiting on line to get into the Lucerne Hotel in the Upper West Side to marry it down in Wall Street because you'll be home with sin. Destitute. Well, obviously the theory is that you get everybody to shut down and do the most. Extreme thing for the shortest period of time so you could open up again. I mean, that's the concept here, although people don't follow the rules, and then it's yeah, but the point is, is that who's short time who short period of time? And Cuomo over the weekend, explained how just like when they Jerry Mander, a congressional district and you look at the squiggly lines and you see how come those two blocks in the district when in fact they look like they extend from the dish. Cuomo is re drawing lines because pizza parlors have been screaming. Hey, how come South pizza is open on the other side of the block? Meantime, you close the sun. That's understandable that that is that's bizarre And basically, Cuomo has said, you see what the federal judge has said. I am omnipotence. I can destroy you. In order to save you Download this 77 Tell you ABC Mobile app. Now get the latest news on information. Listen to your favorite shows in podcasts anywhere you go available now on Google Play and in the APP store Talk Radio 77 W A. B. C Sensually smoke of actress Kristie Alley Quite a Korea two years and then Scientology and then all of a sudden Always being very opinionated, tow her debt. Your man as she just came out in support of Donald Trump. But the one thing I know about Kristie Alley It's almost like Oprah Winfrey is that they've had weight battles, extraordinary way paddles and they've gone and extreme ways. I mean, one minute Ah, what could we say? Kristie Alley was very soft. That would be soft being kind. And then all of a sudden it looked like she had a girl on she could barely breathe. Although she had lost a tremendous amount of weight. There's no doubt about it, but you see, that's what happens when people have weight issues. Sometimes you go on roller coaster rides. Well, guess what. Why not talking roller coaster rides in terms of looking good and feeling better we're talking about Preparing for coronavirus coming back a second time and co. 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KOMO

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"A medical emergency and north Seattle on 20th Avenue northeast. At North East 113th Street. That's partially blocking our next coming traffic at 8 30 for Comeau Forecast Coma Weather Good evening Art Sanders cloudy tonight than rain after midnight lows in the upper forties. Amara, windy rain, sometimes heavy until late afternoon. Highs. Low sixties Wednesday. Partly sunny. A chance of showers. Low sixties Thursday. Areas of morning thought otherwise. Mostly sunny with a high near 60 Friday. Partly sunny, slight chance of rain in the afternoon mid sixties. Saturday and Sunday, partly to mostly sunny with highs near 60 overnight lows around 50. That's your latest weather from the coma forecast. Team NBC Entertainment News, All Hell, Grandpa, you're not putting me in all the Robertson era comedy The war with Grandpa debuted in first place at the box office over the weekend, knocking Christopher Nolan's tenant into second place. 10 had held the top spot for the previous six weeks, mostly because it had no competition and it's not like Grandpa had an impressive showing. Is able to finish first with just $3.6 million. That's the lowest total for a number one films in 1980 eight's gorillas in the Mist, 21 Savage Running to the top is album. Savage Motive Debuts in first Place on the Billboard 200 album Charted the rapper. Second number one, The first album from K Pop Group Black Pink debuts in second Billboard points out. That's the highest charting album by an all female group in 12 years. On the singles chart. Josh 6 85 and Jason Derulo Savage Love Comes to number one Thanks to new remix that features BTS. Sure that's growing pains star Kirk Cameron is 50 Monday, Jason Nathan's and ABC News Komal radio news, stay connected, Stay informed and check back to 34 times a day for the news that affects you, plus traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force, the Northwest News Station. This is common news. You worked so hard for all the things you have salary status success with that image. There's a drink one to unwind, wanted. Loosen up, Want to take the edge off? How do you know when a drink is more than just a drink? Way? Get it way can help. Karen's Grandview program has been helping accomplished.

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Overnight protests turn destructive on Seattle's Capitol Hill

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Overnight protests turn destructive on Seattle's Capitol Hill

"Marching through Seattle's Capitol Hill. Once again last night, setting fires launching fireworks in a second at night of protests over the Briana Taylor decision. Komal scored one take with Mohr for a second night, protesters targeted the Seattle Police Department East Precinct. Some pile rubbish on the street outside the precinct and set the pile on fire while others shot fireworks at the building. Pyrotechnics began after one had been a largely peaceful protest around 150. 150. Marchers Marchers left left Cale Cale Anderson Anderson Park, Park, then then wove wove through through the the neighborhood, neighborhood, chanting chanting the the name name Briana Briana Taylor Taylor and and calling calling on on people people to to leave leave their their homes homes and and joined joined the march After about an hour, many regrouped at the East Precinct, where they started the fire and began throwing objects at the station. Someone on a loudspeaker ordered the crowds at his first Then bicycle officers and officers on foot moved in to physically push the crowd out of the area. We have no reports so far of injuries or arrests.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka 'Notorious RBG,' was an unparalleled cultural icon

News, Traffic and Weather

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka 'Notorious RBG,' was an unparalleled cultural icon

"Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dubbed in later years, the notorious RBG was the second woman ever to serve on the Supreme Court began her tenure in 1993 President Bill Clinton. Appointed her before that she had a celebrated career as an attorney fighting for equal rights for women. She eventually became a cultural icon for women and Americans of all generations. Lots of local reaction to the death of Ginsberg as of yesterday, one of our former law clerks now sharing a profound impact. Civil rights champion had on her own life and career. For this we go to Komal is Joel Marino small and simple gesture for an icon of the legal community. As people gathered the Seattle center toe honor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she really wanted to ensure that every American heavy equal rights viewed by many as the legal architect of the civil rights movement. In 2002. Ginsburg took on a young and aspiring law clerk who is now a professor at the University of Washington. I feel like I couldn't really hoped for much better of a life in the life that she designed and lived. Elizabeth Porter was there is landmark opinions were forged on same sex rites and affirmative action cases. The experience would shape our own understanding of life. The law in the fight for equality that continues to this day. This is a political tragedy for the country, In my view, were deeply polarized place and we're losing an important steadying voice. Ginsberg herself faced discrimination coming out of law school and turned that into a lifelong quest for equality for all Americans. I think she wass absolutely the best sort of patriot. Aside from a storied career, Porter says Ginsberg loved art and music and was surrounded by people She loved. I can celebrate a beautiful Joyous life well lived. Whatever happens next, Professor Porter says she hopes the legitimacy of the Supreme Court doesn't get dragged down by political scheming in the upcoming appointment process. Now Coleman's Molly Shen reading Governor, Jay Anjali statement on Ginsberg's death, saying, We lost one of the greatest American Patriots to ever serve on the U. S. Supreme Court. Until he went on to say Justice. Ginsburg was a public servant who kept America true to its purpose. She never shied away from vigorously dissenting when the court set back the course of justice. Anjali is among the dozens of politicians and celebrities taking to social media to mourn Justice Ginsburg. They also include former President Bill Clinton, who appointed her. Clinton called Ginsberg a magnificent judge on a wonderful person come on

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KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"7 87 10. When Boeing executive tells the Herald a decision on the effort line is likely months away. Seattle police are investigating a deadly shooting just south of Woodland Park near 46th and Aurora Avenue overnight. Metro told us that shots were fired after two people got off a bus along Aurora and another bus arrived at that stop. One man died at the scene. Detectives are still looking for the gunmen were also told there are witnesses in this case who are cooperating Eskimos, Kelly Koopmans, and here's what's coming up after we check traffic. And whether another change to the remote learning plan in the state's largest public school district on Carleen Johnson at 70 for the first star Komal traffic updates with Kierra Jordan well are only current blocking problem is a long term crash We've had in North Bend, and this has been partially blocking the eastbound. I 90 off ramp to state route to go to Cell phone. I five still hitting the brakes pulling away from the four If I split and working your way into Mountlake terrorists, North bound I five will find some scattered, slowing travelling out of federal way and the Seattle drive is a busy one from the north end of Boeing Field to the convention center or also building in volume North found 99 around the First Avenue South Bridge. Some lighter, slowing eastbound 5 12 is you're approaching 167 than north bound 167 slow and go out of Sumner into Pacific. You'll also be back with some hesitation writers. You're approaching 405 in north found four or five with a heavy drive. ERM State route 169 to northeast 44th Hour Next Cuomo traffic up 7 14. Get your co Moh forecast. Now, with meteorologist Kristen Clark, Western Washington remains on the outer edge of a historic heatwave that is gripping parts of the western United States. For.

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KOMO

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"Hour news station Komal News, 1000 FM, 97 7 Let's talk This election of Kamala Harris is Joe Biden's running mate, the political conventions. And the election with the person who will be anchoring A B C's convention coverage next week, Aaron Carter Skeet and someone who was set by aside in the past and has reported on every election since 1972 longtime ABC White House correspondent and now retired, living her best life is a Grandma A, B. C's and Compton. I want to start off by asking you What did you think of the selection of Kamala Harris? There is a very important ingredient in a vice presidential running mate, not somebody who's going to make policy, not somebody who's gonna bounce. Just the ticket from geographical sense the most important thing for a older presidential candidate like former vice President Biden, someone who has enough gravitas that voters could look at this person say, You know, if the worst happened, this person could step up to the job. At the very moment needed, and I think some of the other contenders were not at that stage of their careers. And I think that makes a significant difference to undecided voters who say Do I really want to go with the Democratic ticket headed by somebody who is 77? When she started talking about herself as a mother. You're reminded that she is the only one of the four will be on either the Democratic stage or the Republican states that Khun do that when she talked about her role is Mamma la. I thought that was really powerful and won and that we don't often see on a ticket like that. Being a mom and having that human factor is going to be very appealing to what is Now, certainly more than 50% of the American voting. That's women voters. Kamala Harris may be able to say I'm mama HLA, but it also shows a dimension to a character that I think at a time of, you know, harshest in politics and hostility and Piper partisanship. It is a mitigating factor, and I think again, it may appeal to voters. Who have not committed ideologically to Jo by the political conventions get underway next week. First the Democrats than the Republicans, they're going to be mostly virtual. They're going to be much different than we've seen in the past. Not only we're not gonna have balloons, at least in person. Balloons were not going to even be there ourselves. This is going to be like one long zoom call, and I wonder if something isn't lost their. I remember the last go around when former vice president Walter Mondale. Mondale was on the floor their convention talking to and because he knew that she was on the other end of the microphone, and it's those moments where you're able to capture the richness of what the party offers that I think we're going to be missing. And also the role frankly, of the press to to be a nonpartisan interpreter of what's going on. Instead, we're going to be narrating somebody's you know, Skype call for a week and and I wonder if something isn't lost. They're the thing that distresses me the most about the digital age. It is how We have given the ability to quote publish news. When we've put that into the hands of the politicians. They used to have to go through the major media to reach the MASH American audience and now to reach the broad public. They only need an Internet connection and a following and that I think is dangerous for understanding the full picture of what we see if these conventions events and on the other hand, and it will do one thing, and that is for The speaker's many of whom are going to be on tape to at least be mercifully shorter. Good for that. I mean Alexandria Cassio. Cortez has been given one minute, she said, and wanted to get her message across. Could you imagine somebody like Bill Clinton taking one minute at a convention, But he's also apparently going to be on tape. Well, Aaron, some of the best moments of conventions are not even on the floor of the convention in 1988. Wait when Bill Clinton was asked as governor of Arkansas to give the keynote address and remember he went on so long that when he said in conclusion, the delegates wanted a few minutes after that, I'm walking back to my hotel where we were stationed, and Governor Clinton and his state trooper guard. We're walking right in front of me. We walk into the lobby of the area a sex usually Governor Clinton. I'm incompetent from ABC News. And he looked like he had lost his best friend. He was just I said, Come on. I'll buy you a beer at the bar. We each grabbed a beer, and he said, You know, they thought it was too long. But Governor Dukakis, the candidate. I've included in my remarks. Everything they told me they wanted me to talk about. It was a very humanizing he thought he was. You know, his political career was at an end. Except, of course, four years later, he rebounded, was elected president. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News. Now it's time for the propel Insurance Money Update I report the other day said Amazon is considering relocating some of its employees away from Seattle. The Bloomberg News report said.

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"komal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"12 04 Komal forecast The rain that we had this morning should start to taper off. Maybe a few showers lingering this afternoon, but also some clearing and a few sun breaks here and there and not a bad afternoon high near 68 Then tomorrow Saturday, Sunday, at least for tomorrow on Saturday, you could expect some morning drizzle with afternoon sun. High's each day into the mid to low to mid seventies with Sunday looking like a mostly sunny day, all the way through right now in downtown Seattle, 62 the streaming service HBO Max debut in its first original movie today. It's a double dose of Seth Rogan in his new film, an American Pickle, in which Rogan plays a modern day guy who because of a freak accident gets to hang out with his own great grandfather, who also played by Rogan. And he says, playing both roles really help solidify one of the main themes of the movie You kind of are inseparable from your and sisters and your religion in many ways, and as much as you might try to kind of avoid some of those subjects because they're painful to you, or complicated to you. They just are a part of you. You. American Pickle is out today on the Streaming service, HBO. Max, Jason Nathan's and ABC News Hollywood Time for Light Be with Marina Rock under Can the Corona Virus lead to a bad ticker? Some health care professionals have suspected as much and now, according to cardiologist's Dr Paul Cramer, new research suggests it can they were able to see that Some patients had fibrosis or scar of the heart muscle, unfortunately, wasn't that many of the patients, but a majority of patients had evidence of inflammation of the heart muscle. Dr Kramer says Cove in 19 doesn't attack the heart directly, but rather, the problems are collateral damage from high inflammation throughout the body caused by the virus. He says. The best way to protect your heart from being ravaged by covert 19 is to keep it healthy and strong. It's very important that patient's control their blood pressure, control, their cholesterol, their diabetes, try and exercise and don't smoke all the usual things, but that we all know have become incredibly difficult and I think particularly important That patient's continue to get the medical care that's necessary.

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KOMO

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"Expert on Komal news. Here's more with Nick Miles. Hey, welcome back to our order Experts. Let's pick up where we left off. FC A is changing its company name now that they're merging with Zhou Citron. To still Antas. But the Chrysler brand will still be around right, Collect Christ, Brandt and the vehicles that we offer are still gonna be around Correct rights. Just it's just Daddy's changing his name. Correct, right? I personally haven't been involved with that. I mean, I was on the price of bran and looking on crazy Look up right when everything where they were offering for 21 Well, just, you know, we mentioned all we'll drive on. You Don't wanna wait 11 model years available are offering a 20 model year all will drive long submission. We just opened up orders dealership. There's a high demand for it. I will live on tradition is going to be in the dealership in the third quarter in just a couple months. Now we know you been waiting for the 21. That'll be more like fourth quarter, right? Right. So you can still get the last the current model year one. We know that a lot of people Ah, sort of buying new cars. Now that cove it is sort of subsiding a little bit or now with deep into it now that it's subsiding, but The the car sales are going up is production still at full swing with the Pacifica or it may have to wait. If you decide you want one today. You are protecting our plans are up and running. Good. So if we want one with that they're well produced now, the 2020 ones Ah, they hitting. When are they hitting dealerships and facility? You just go to your cries. The dealership will go online to Chrysler dot com and order it that way. So yes, 21 won't be into dealership until fourth quarter. Okay, so, But there is information on our Web site so anyone could go to Christ or that Tom Find out everything about a 20 model year or the upcoming 21 model year. So I recommend that you go out on our Web site place for that, And you know, because of the pandemic that were already right now. People aren't comfortable going. Dealerships did Bonds a whole new online, the tale of Syrian whole detailed purchase experience online. The vehicle can be delivered to your home. Jackson. They have the full choices well, and just to let everybody know the dominance of the brand. You guys still have the majority of the market and 37 years that FC, A companies have been making minivans on 37 years. The US market share is now 54% so a lot of people love these vehicles. I know I personally do and my dogs do too, as well on there's a lot of entertainment in the vehicle is well because you don't just have a great looking vehicle. But you can also have a great sounding vehicle on the inside as well. I think it's one of the only men events with a subwoofer. Is that right? That's right. But we have added that as well. 21 model years excellence 21 model Diegan subwoofer, and and then at the same time you get you get the options of the new Cink four system as well as all of the other stuff, the new designs and those things. Mary Ann. Thank you for joining us to talk about the new Pacifica will look forward to seeing it arriving and maybe even get the test drive it. In fourth quarter of this year. But if you still want to go ahead and order Christ Pacifica minivan right now, you still have a lot of those options coming in the 2020. I think the court 2020.5 version of the vehicle cries a recorded a 32.7% share of the segment in December 2009. So Everybody really likes these vehicles. The sixth generation has had 116 segment first Gonna love a minivan. If it's going to be minimum, its cries the Pacific out. Keep your radio tuned and Comeau news more. Our auto expert is on the way. Some secrets aren't meant to be kept. If you feel someone you know is at risk of suicide. Don't keep it a secret. Listen to them. Let them talk and let them know you care and are concerned. Suicide is preventable. Learn how to take action and save a life. Suicide recognize it. Talk about it..

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KOMO

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"Komal Propel Insurance Money Update led by technology shares. Stocks finished mostly lower today, with the NASDAQ composite sliding 226 points, or 2.1%. The S and P 500 fell 29 but the downed US fuels edged up 10 points. Running the market. The possibility of another locked down after California's governor today directed all counties around the state to close indoor operations for businesses, including restaurants, bars and movie theatres in fresh spikes in Corona virus cases, the new order is effective immediately. Banking on a big holiday shopping rush. Amazon is telling third party sellers it is putting in place stricter quantity limits for merchants that store goods at the e commerce Giants warehouses. CNET reports that Amazon's new policy his effective immediately and then all product categories are affected by the change. That's your money now I'm Jim Chess. Cocoa Mo knows Even as covert 19 cases in death continue to surge. Florida Governor Rhonda Santis is downplaying the potential hospital crisis. They have a lot of capacity in terms of in terms of beds, and Descente says he has no doubt Florida's schools can reopen safely next month. Many parents are stressed out thanks to the stay at home orders and the effects the corona virus is having on the economy and experts say That could be harming the development of their Children were not trying to be alarmist. But the science is clear that when Children are not doing the stimulation, the nurturing the attachment, those Children suffer long term Delta Kion to Moore's with Rice University, she says. Loving mothers and fathers are unintentionally lashing out at their kids. And when those kids were stressed out, she says, that can affect their growth. Health updates Sara Lee Esler, NBC news radio. The president denies he has a problem with his Corona virus. Task Force member, Dr Anthony thought she despite White House staffers, sending a list of what they call Dr Fauci's errors to reporters. ABC is Andy Field, has details from Washington. President Trump publicly said doctor found she made mistakes, his staffers and an unsourced list of those errors to reporters. But the president insists there's nothing wrong with having a good relationship with Dr Facts I've had for a long time right From the beginning. I find to be a very nice person I don't always agree with Dr Fauci warned. Rapid reopening would spark more covert outbreaks while the president pressured states open faster. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Traffic.

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"komal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"New and Here's Your Komal Propel Insurance Money Update Stocks were widely mixed today, with big drops buy shares in Walgreens and Raytheon leading the Dow industrials with the decline of 361 points, or 1.4%. The S and P 500. He's 17 points. But several tech shares did well helping. The NASDAQ composite rise 55 points toward another fresh closing high. We new concerns about the Corona virus, causing more pain for the economy wait on several stocks, including those of travel related companies. United Airlines dropped seven and 1/4 percent. American Airlines dropped almost 7%. Delta Airlines was down 5%. Meanwhile, Royal Caribbean tumbled about 6% and both Carnival and Norwegian Cruise were down almost 5%. That's your money now. For what it's worth. I'm Shiri Kristin. So you want a vacation this summer, but you still want a social distance. So you figure you take a page out of the movie R V and you load up the family A house on wheels, honey. Trust me, Okay? And managing that monster is going to be a problem for a whole lot of people just like Julie homage. Whenever we tried to park the RV in my mom's driveway, we ended up taking out Ah, Bush a branch she Essentially had to re landscaper, entire yard and safety expert Trey Selman says. It's not just the shrubs that could be in danger. It is different. It's it's heavier, so the stopping distance is or longer to make sure your RV vacation is fun and safe. ABC News Transportation correspondent Geo Benito says. I want to practice first, take the RV to an empty parking lot and practise driving. Have a spotter when you're trying to back up and pre map your destination, so there aren't any low clearance, bridges or tunnels for what it's worth, Sherry Preston ABC News Zale's passage of a new tax on large employers has caught the attention of state lawmakers call was Brian Calvert is here with their plans to take this statewide if representatives Nicole Makri and Larry Spring or get their way, the plan called Jumpstart Seattle may evolve into turbo charge. Washington The pair of Democrats co sponsored a bill in the last session that would have allowed local jurisdictions the option to tax larger employers. Bakri tells the Puget Sound Business Journal. The state faces a $9 billion revenue shortfall over the next three years. So there's a lot of interest in a bill that would raise money by taxing Cos salaries paid too high earners, she added. That's really attractive. The lawmakers now just as the Seattle Chamber and downtown associations have been critical of jumpstart Makri says she expects business lobbies to decry of statewide planned attacks These salaries of high earners Quoting her here. It's difficult to imagine that if done thoughtfully, one new tax is going to be the thing that will drive businesses away. Brian Calvert camo news. Come on traffic. In Canyon Park Watch for a stall on North bound for over five. It's Highway five to selling blocking the right lane in Seattle. The I five express lanes have closed between James Street and North Gateway. Will reopen in the South bound direction at five o'clock tomorrow morning and in Marysville Highway nine, has now closed between Getchell rode in 108 Street northeast for roadwork will reopen at five o'clock tomorrow morning. There will be a detour sign in place are next Camel traffic at 8 34 The Kamo forecast near Koma Weather. Good evening. Art Sanders Becoming mostly cloudy tonight with a slight chance.

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A Beginner's Guide To Visiting Moldova

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

08:53 min | 2 years ago

A Beginner's Guide To Visiting Moldova

"I like to welcome to the show Christina Lescot from a finding elevation dot com which is a mindfulness website but she is also also from Moldova. Originally and come to talk to us about her home country original home country country of origin. Moldova Christina welcome to the show so much for having me Chris I feel like I could possibly said that more awkwardly but the I think that was awkward enough you so you were born in Moldova. But don't live there now. Yes I was born and raised and I laughed when I was nineteen and I'm currently in Canada so I will wear Moldova. I'm not sure that everybody could even put it on a map. Yeah that's a very valid question and fraud years. I was just thinking I should just make a card in every time I introduced myself someone. Just keep them the card hard and they're like. Hey this is where it is because the second question when everybody finds out at them from all the ways where is that so quite used to it already. has anyone anyone ever accused you of making up a country not yet detail. kind of thinking might happen in future. But it's actually in Ulster era. Settle in right next to Ukraine and Romania. So it's a very small country. Okay and in fact as I went to mispronounce ear name you had to tell me the Romanian pronunciation of it so the language there at least the language you spoke was Romanian. Yes we do. I have a few letters that are not used to the American side. Have a few extra letters in our alphabet that we're using it quite often and then why should someone travel to Moldova Raw. First of all would be because nobody really goes there. Technically if you're looking for for a country that it's still very cultural and it's still not tainted by tourism because tourism tends to when people go to one country and they go so in massive numbers the culture kind of gets lost in between in Moldova. Everything is quiet of people go and they see how it is this in this point in time without having to many tourists. So you won't have to deal with very high prices and generally you'll be discovering in culture that you've never really experienced before so if you're the person for looking for going to places that people don't usually go to Moldova as a really crepe place to start and we're talking about as you said a small country about I was just looking at two hundred ninety times smaller than the US us to take a whole year to visit all of Moldova. What would you recommend? We do. Say A one week itinerary. Okay so so you'll definitely be landing in the capital which is canal sue Maybe about two hundred thousand or five hundred thousand people. Oh it's very developed. It's very beautiful so there's a lot of neighborhoods to go around now. There are a lot of popular places in kitchen now. So the the main plays up people go to would be the cathedral and the Stephan the great wanting to which is right in the center of the capital capital and where you have the National Park Swell so technically. This is the main street in the center. This is where they new year's facilities are happening so y Stephan. The Great Park is important. Because he was I would say he was like a king in our country. We call it like a ruler. So he won a lot of bottles and every bottle he won. He would build the monastery. So we have a lot of monasteries in our country that would be if you're going directly to to the center of the city so this everything closed by you just take taxi. Were Public Transit. I would definitely challenge you to it from from there. My second favorite place in the capital that you should definitely try it out and go would be the place that we celebrate at the end of the war so dot would be cold the memorial complex attorney. It's also in the center kind of maybe maybe a twenty minutes drive from the center of the city still in the capital. It's one of my favorite places in kitchen house. So this is a place where we commemorate the veterans and every year the stability's for the the end of World War Two happened there and we also have an eternity fire. So there's a fire there. That never goes away. It's always protected by the military. So you can just go around. And there's different monuments and very beautiful sculptures in parks and it's kind of like a major park. Can you can just go there during the day and see it. Now we're too had other changes on Moldova's Moldova as I understand it became part of the USSR at the end of work too. So that is significant for why Moldova exists map as a separate country now is that it was part of Romania before the war part of the USSR until it gained its independence. Much more recently. That happened in one thousand nine hundred one. And that was I would say there's a big change to Moldova's cultural identity and identity in general especially language so we speak Romanian. But because we were a part of your czar We actually had our language colds curious so technically people would when they arrive they were right or million words but with Russian alphabet and also a lot of people will speak Russian so right now Moldova bovine is bilingual. And I would say it's seats at a good fifty fifty percent like if you go there you do very well refreshing language. You'll what else do very well in any language so even with my grandparents or so. They're more verse in Russian Than Me. I speak Romanian Iranian cameleon language however my grandparents They would write in curiel a car. They would not try Romanian. So that's a significant skinned difference. I'm we should point out for people who are not linguis- which I think is probably most of us. That Romanian and Russian are not in the same family group at all Romanian. Being a romance languages closer to French for instance and Russian is a Slavic language. So that's that's quite different to know this you it's Knowing Spanish and French or something like that they are completely different languages and I would say just. The war had such a big impact on us so we grew up with Russian influence. Russian music movies so I would say right now. There is obviously attention between Westernising Housing and going to the West. So it's always kind of Moldova is just in the middle and doesn't really know which way to go. The country just tear east has just had had part of it annexed by Russia as they try and get the band back together. So yeah I would think there'd be some some tension there so where else should we go after you've seen the city which there's a lot more places you obviously there's a lot of neighborhoods. I'm going to be biased entirely. Okay my favorite neighborhood is China. And that's because that is the place I spend my childhood in just walked in the streets and going to the local market it and discovering the people and there's a big alley that goes for quite a few blocks so usually when I was small. My parents would take me out there and we just walk doc do in the evenings on that massive Allie from one side to the other. There's a lot of restaurants and stores that you can check out this well and while you are in the center of the city definitely definitely try. Our cuisine. Moldova is very popular for having their a traditional food. which for me was kind of a difference because when I came to Canada was looking for traditional food but I couldn't really find it because we are so specific jake like we do have traditional food and every time we go away? We always crave it so we have like different restaurants and places we can go and buy. And I. Don't know Moldovan traditional food so it's going to be similar more similar Romanian. I'm assuming then Slavic so I'm not talking about the noodle dumplings swings and things like that. I'm talking about more stews actually. It's our traditional. Food is Komal Ga.. which is very great? Is this made off cornflower in. Eat It with your hands along with cottage

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Mexican Cooking Show, 'From My Ranch To Your Kitchen,' Is YouTube Hit

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:26 min | 2 years ago

Mexican Cooking Show, 'From My Ranch To Your Kitchen,' Is YouTube Hit

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply a new Mexican cooking show has turned into a smash hit it features a grandmother cooking simple recipes in her kitchen in a little over two months she's gotten more within a million subscribers on Youtube NPR's Carrie Kahn has the story the Cook is sixty nine year old Dagnon Cala and her youtube show show from my ranch to your kitchen is shot it or farm home in Michoacan Mexico complete with chickens fruit trees and a rustic kitchen Alami nauseous every video starts with her sweet silos hello my people good morning this day she's making breakfast she starts to a sweet coffee cafe they they oh yeah brewed in a clay pot or fire fed stove covered with a traditional griddle or Komal into the PAT goes water a cinnamon stick unrefined sugar chunks or Pilon CEO and instant coffee next she roasts chillis tomatoes for a spicy sauce served over scrambled eggs and fresh hot Tortilla she makes by hand in many videos also known Yankel reminds as many of their Mexican I will lead their grandma her jet Black Harris tied in a long pony tail you never see her without her apron on and our cooking style is unpretentious unpretentious like in this video making chicken and Molay Saas you're not following me maybe I don't use Benjamin measurements I just grabbed with my finger she says while also apologizing for the loud rain my house is covered with a tin roof she says Dona analysts simplicity has endeared her to many like fifty year old TERRESA Rodriguez stepping out of a busy Mexico City metro station we'll see neck on she cooks with Karen with love food cooked without it isn't any good she says Rodriguez niece turned her onto onto the youtube videos since last August the cooking show has racked up more than a million and a half subscribers some of our videos topped two million views despite her internet fame though she shuns publicity NPR tried for weeks to reach out through her social media accounts without success she does respond onto critical comments though like those claiming she's being manipulated by greedy family members or that our kitchen is dirty with soot from the burning firewood and it also don't pay any attention to those criticizing out there it's all just gossips as Dona Manila. She says her daughter and son-in-law shoot and upload the videos and she's having a great time all my Gosh I think she's amazing Patty Hitch who hosts patties Mexican table on PBS Love Everything About Dona Alcoholic Style and I love that she has a blender he knit says she's often criticized about using a blender like like it's only authentic when a sauces pureed in a traditional Mocha headey the Mexican stone mortar and Pestle we Mexicans Lover Blender and he's just that's a fantastic and nobody is accusing dona of not being the real deal for Maceio as she tastes her eggs and chili sauce the video catches her vehicle as she refers to her husband also down this is so good she says that she signs off with author signature audio's your Peres Talal shortfall communities found Miranshah Article Fina I made you all the simple but delicious food from my ranch to your Kitchen Carrie Kahn.

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"komal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"komal" Discussed on KOMO

"Right after basketball coverage on KOMO TV give or take a couple of minutes, a two hour program that so much needed for all to see the KOMAL has decided to bring it to you commercial free. Eric johnson. Komo TV news will be the host. He and I have talked over the last couple of years about the changes we've seen in Seattle the various conversations that we've had with our friends family and listeners like you of KOMO TV and KOMO radio. And how many are saying right now when it comes to the city of Seattle, they feel unsafe that it's dirty that it's scary. And for many embarrassing to say this is their hometown. Not long ago. I heard one gentleman say that he moved to Seattle because it was so specially came from the city of Detroit he's been here ten years. And now for what he sees here. He says it's worse than Detroit. I asked her Johnson to go into a studio with me here. A coma radio. I turned on the microphone interested, Eric. Tell me why we need to watch tonight. Seattle is dying. Here's what he says. Oh, mark. It's not going to be any surprise to you. You've live your your whole life here. But this city is changing, and it's not so much change that I'm concerned about it's the kind of change that we've seen I think in the last six seven eight years, and it's disturbing. It's scary. And I think it's time to really honestly. Address what is happening to Seattle. I mean, it's a it's a it's a heavy topic. And it's a bold title Seattle is dying. But I will stand by that title. I think Seattle is dying. I think it's rotting from the inside out, and I think. But used to be known as compassion has been taken advantage of. And we have allowed it to erode not just you know, the downtown core of downtown Seattle. But really our our way of life in this region in this show, we're going to hear from some new voices that we haven't really heard from before we're going to hear from the police the people who were on the ground every day. Working our streets. We're going to hear honest opinions from them. About what is happening about the people. They deal with on a daily basis, and I promise you this stuff is going to open your eyes, and you're going to see this problem in ways that you haven't thought about it before we're also gonna talk to citizens. We're going to talk to homeowners and family people in business owners, we're going to look at some laws, for instance, some will find it disturbing that you could be caught with two point nine five grams of heroin, and you won't spend a minute in jail. The unspoken rule amongst our leadership is that anything under three grams is no big deal. So essentially narcotics heroin meth have been on some level legalized on on the streets of Seattle. So we're gonna talk about things like that. We're going to talk about this this growing anger and frustration on the part of the citizens of this city who have watched what has happened happened about the garbage fill the camps the sweeping of the camps. And then and then. The homeless and the drug addicted just moving down the road a little bit. We're going to talk a little bit about that to to people who are watching it erode their way of life. So many people you've heard it. I've heard it. I don't take my kids downtown anymore. I don't go downtown any more at nighttime. I don't go to public parks anymore. It's too scary. That is a quality of life issue that needs to be addressed head on. And I think now well actually the time for it was years ago. But now we're going to do it this show airs tonight at eight PM, it's called Seattle is dying. There's going to be an NBA game and it will air right after the NBA game. So if it goes a few minutes into the eight o'clock hour show will start then. But it's it's an honest effort to to look at our problems. And it also is an honest effort to offer some solutions. We went clear across the country to find some solutions. And I think those will be I opening as well. Komo's Eric Johnson. Your host tonight for Seattle is dying. Look forward. Komo TV at about eight o'clock, two hours commercial free following basketball. This is KOMO news AM one thousand FM ninety seven seven..

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"komal" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"komal" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Nabi died twenty six seconds dot is going to be that. No just believes. Okay. Okay. It's like Simon and Garfunkel. That was horrible just Simon. Yeah. Weird. I don't know. What happened Garfunkel? I'm worried about Garfunkel. Where did he go someplace with Joe DiMaggio? I think back to hawk. So now down off ought ought. And ready to get the third period. Started. Well at the division rival hasn't disappointed. I just as a heated game. And I expect it to to keep boiling like next Thursday night. Perhaps. Yes, that's right. When you're playing close games like the lot of games have been this year. Mixture some exciting hockey Glendale back cans the puck over to the right side. Komal got it dropped it back and Nowlin. Del carries a head to the Nashville zone. Those over for band, right circle. His shot might have been deflected off Ryan Alice Santa over to the opposite side stars come back to retrieve back ended by KOMAL boxer to the right point going bird and the puck picked up given back toward Klingberg bounces over for Esa Lindell. And he turns it down to that corner. And it's carried out by KOMO blew a tire. And then recovers to get the puck back and keep it away from Ryan Ellis boxer in the right corner. It's back antibi- KOMAL. Yen-mark off the bench Klingberg with a shot that wide picked up by. Hey and put it down in front Rene slides across to was left. Let get dislodged from its mooring Anna stoppage here with sixty five seconds gone in the third. I'm not sure if renamed me that same, but that cross ice feed rate through the crease Rene was quick to get across on that got the pad down. There's no chance that's going in. He did make the sale on. I think and then the net gets dislodged. But yen-mark right on the back door eight. Jammed his skate rate on that post made. Sure, there's no window to squeak through. Base off left side of rain. Called up the boards held by hey skin as and moves over to his left to that. Shot deflected away renamed couldn't find it nor for that matter could Alex rattle off off the boards left side at center laid-back out. Here's Yan Mark coming in down the right wing drops off a rattle off rattle off a shot that goes wide to the quarter as going from the left half wall toward the corner. What back over to the right wing side. Sagan? What's behind the net carrying out to the corner now to the circle on the outside right rattle off churns is try blocked and back handed out by sue ban predators getting a change. Now. The stars doing likewise approaching two minutes played in third period of a game. That is even up at one each as it has been since the first period puck, deflects behind three onto the wall left wing side stopped by Richie. He got it back out to the point. And now Alexi act with a shot into traffic. That's afflicted to the corner. Back.

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"komal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"komal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Play. Spotify Pandora wherever you get your podcast. And if you've learned one thing from me over the years do me a favor back give us a great five star, review rights and kind words because you're reviews and your ratings actually make a huge difference in where we appear on the charts. And so it helps us where people to sampler podcast again commando on demand. It's spelled the right way. Of course, KOMAL Indio Ellen in Evanston, Illinois, either Ellen. Hi, kim. I am trying to start a subscription box. And I'm trying to figure out how to research the niche that I've come up with. Okay. And what does that niche? It is to teach parents how important it is to read aloud to their children, and how it encourages bonding with their child, and I wanted to include some books, stuffed animal, something, you know, cozy that would encourage that it would encourage a bedtime routine. And then are you do you have is this your are? You a doctor is your specialty. No, I worked fulltime. Okay. And I'm doing this. I'm trying to develop this. So that I don't have to. Okay. I got it. All right. Totally cool. I get it. All right. So. There's a lot of competition. But it doesn't mean that you can't be successful. If you're just trying to sample an idea before you build a website and get like, a recurrently subscription based service to handle all the accounting or do a deal with shop of fi or whatever it may be. Is what I would do just as a proof of concept and to start. Looking at the different elements of this business, and we're starting to fine. Tune the business plan is that there's a website called crate, joy and was Craig joy. It's the place for you to start a subscription based business without having to do all the homework and the legwork and meaning that you're not going to have to necessarily build the site trying to get traffic to the site because they're going to list your subscription box site for sale in there. They're going to take a piece of the action, of course, and they should. But it gives you a gives you a way to at least say okay for a book, I'm gonna need a book distributor, where am I going to buy the stuffed animals, how am I gonna package this all up? It sounds easy to do every month. You'll find that. It's a lot of work every month. It also allows you to run the numbers because I'll tell you. We have thought about doing a commando subscription box for many many years the latest and greatest gadget, right? Every month mentioned that delivered to you. But we couldn't make the numbers work. Maybe it's because of electron IX because with electron IX, you're looking at very small profit margins, but maybe on books and stuffed animals, you have a better idea. So try it out with Cray Troy, and then you want to look at stripe recurrently as your payment processor. Look, it's a shop affi- as just setting up an instant e commerce site. And then, of course, don't forget, you also need a healthy dose of marketing promotion because I'm a strong believer. Just because you built it doesn't mean they come you really need to have some muscle behind it. And best of luck to you. Thank you for your call coming right back to factor. Authentication is it really Hackel? The answer is still to come here on the Kim Komando show. Over the years. I've tried and tested every way that average people can and should back of the data on their computers..

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CEO says trade war would be "disaster" for U.S.

Bloomberg Best

03:03 min | 4 years ago

CEO says trade war would be "disaster" for U.S.

"Way i'm andrew o'day we've been speaking about the increasing threat of a u s china trade war which could be spurred on by new investment restrictions on china imposed by the us treasury for more bloomberg's vonnie quinn and caroline hyde spoke with komal srikumar president of sri kumar global strategies whether this applies to china or old countries the same idea global trade war is escalating the global trade ward is clearly bonnie and thank you for bringing the topic i think it is probably the single most important topic that affects global economy and markets right now it has been a sleeper issue for the wild i read mr mnuchin statement that this is fake news and it does not believe to be true is correct or not i would wait to find out to that advice as the president trump mr lighthizer i'm peter navarro dane fact come out and support the treasury secretary position we've had in the past mr mnuchin said the trade waters on board lead to be contradicted by other members of the trump administration so i think today's tweet doesn't change my mind at all that the trade what is escalating warning if anything it's putting markets more on edge three what do you do in an environment like this where it seems treacherous that's a great question i did a piece recently for bloomberg opinion essentially saying this is exactly how it unfolds he initially trade wars caused very little ripple inequities are involved market but over the passage of time it is very negative for equities and it is going to be extremely bullish for us treasury and boone called us so i think in terms of where it is headed take but even more than us treasury see what has happened to the german bund mid me the ten year yield was about sixteen basis points today we are trading at thirty two we have essentially how the and i think asked this continues on i do have more confusion on the trade front this is going to accelerate and bloomberg you have had this big feature earlier today and you and caroline have been talking about harley davidson and move forward and the loss of jobs to the united states is what we call a secondary impact of trade tensions you have second impact and the third level impact on what we learn from history is that it takes a couple of years before the negative becomes very apparent and unless this is reversed this is going to be very negative for global markets in the rest of twenty eighteen and even more so in two thousand nineteen three how much further could the market full than g thing that the secondary sassari reaction is being factored into the market selloff as it stands doc yet.

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