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"krishan" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox
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"krishan" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Yeah that no chance Krishan no chance any of our adversaries out there I took a lickin they came back taking you all the time next watch of sateen wearing I guess vigilante who the world's number one vigilante but you don't want to miss it live in local programming continues tonight seven to eight Lydia so Ronnie and that is the commitment of W. A. B. C.'s management not just during the week when others to talk but they don't do talk like this and they certainly don't do it on the weekends thanks for coming up thank you ma'am murnion said start your morning at six New York at age two entertaining and offering an eighty seven seventy seventy seven W. C. now special report protests and remembrances funeral services for George Ford are scheduled for tomorrow and Tuesday in Houston where he grew up correspondent Clayton Neville reports Floyd's body has arrived in Texas Houston police chief art Acevedo tweeted this morning that George Floyd and his family are safely in Houston the chief thank delta airlines at bush intercontinental airport for their involvement in bringing Floyd's body home thousands of people expected to attend a public viewing tomorrow with coronavirus precautions enforced and Tuesday morning the funeral services pride NASCAR honored Floyd before Sunday's Cup race at Atlanta motor speedway during warm up laps the forty cars pulled to a stop in front of empty grandstands and shut off their engines to hear from NASCAR president Steve Phillips who told drivers in our sport must do better before the race Bubba Wallace donned a black tee shirt with the words I can't breathe wall was the only black prayer in NASCAR's top series huge crowds of demonstrators all over the world are fueling worries another outbreak of covert nineteen correspondent Max foster says same as in the U. S. health officials in the UK are on easy walls the British government to urge members of the public not to demonstrate the UK health secretary expressed his concerns over the lack of social distancing a potential spread of the coronavirus protesters have come out in full force many of them wore mosques to limit the spread.
"krishan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of that you know that that R. V. crazy views on China at the time that there was still a good thing go ahead with it so a lot of what ever is going on and and we'll hand right now has to do with that just the funding but the fact that we help train their scientists basically biological weapons as we've been reporting had not this story about loneliness this is obvious isn't it and loneliness is that one of the hardest things in the whole world judge and it's obvious it is most of us including me most most much of my life we don't want to witness the will only tell if they're shy about it so I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna come out and grab myself George is say that I was lonely specifically from age five to age forty eight we're not lonely anymore doctor Dr Peter Bergen thank you so much for what you've been doing for storing the the situation by the way one of my favorite actors veteran actor Brian Dennehy known for roles in Rambo first blood Tommy boy in to catch a killer has died at the age of eighty one years old you might not know his name but when you see him you surely recognize them well up next the former New York times reporter Alex bear Berenson joins me to talk about his thoughts of the corona virus and wait to you hear what Alex has to say next on coast to coast AM newsmax is America's new cable news channel everyone is talking about find it on direct TV Xfinity dish spectrum optimum **** files you were suddenly get more newsmax is conducting a national poll asking Americans if they support president trump during this crisis to vote text the word vote to thirty nine seven forty seven that vote to thirty nine seven forty seven let us know your opinion about president trump sent vote to thirty nine seven forty seven and don't forget to watch newsmax today I'm Ron Krishan ski chairman and CEO of Stiefel these are uncertain times yet I believe in the resiliency of the American people we will come through this stronger remain calm and confident listen have respect and empathy for others and practice the golden rule together we will contribute to a positive outcome one that we will probably look back.
"krishan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Of that you know that the R. V. crazy views on China at the time that there was still a good thing go ahead with it so a lot of what ever is going on and and we'll hand right now has to do with that just the funding but the fact that we help train their science this basically biological weapons as we've been reporting had not this story about loneliness this is obvious isn't it and loneliness is that one of the hardest things in the whole world judge and it's obvious it is most of us including me most most much of my life we don't wanna with Mister will only tell if you're shy about it so I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna come out and grab myself George is say that I was lonely specifically from age five to age forty eight we're not lonely anymore doctor Dr Peter Bergen thank you so much what you've been doing for storing the the situation by the way one of my favorite actors veteran actor Brian Dennehy known for roles in Rambo first blood Tommy boy in to catch a killer has died at the age of eighty one years old you might not know his name but when you see him you surely recognize him well up next the former New York times reporter Alex Brett Berenson joins me to talk about his thoughts of the corona virus and wait to you hear what Alex has to say next on coast to coast AM newsmax is America's new cable news channel everyone is talking about find it on direct TV Xfinity dish spectrum optimum **** files you were suddenly get more newsmax is conducting a national poll asking Americans if they support president trump during this crisis the vote text the word vote to thirty nine seven forty seven that's a vote to thirty nine seven forty seven let us know your opinion about president trump sent vote to thirty nine seven forty seven and don't forget to watch newsmax today I'm Ron Krishan ski chairman and CEO of Stiefel these are uncertain times yet I believe in the resiliency of the American people we will come through this stronger remain calm and confident listen have respect and empathy for others and practice the golden rule together we will contribute to a positive outcome one that we will probably look back.
Why the links in the PPE supply chain "have been broken"
"Night recently there was only one down on the floor every day when I go to work I feel I is she going to slaughter these are the battle cries of doctors and nurses on the front lines fighting corona virus without the proper armor but how did we get here where healthcare workers have to fight for PP so they can fight the virus without getting infected themselves we are role shopping China to try to get these materials and we're all competing against each other a large portion of the U. S. PP supplies like gloves gowns and masks comes from China Krishan Yadav is a senior fellow at the center for global development and an expert on supply chain management when I think of about two billion that's an ninety five respirators that we would use at least half or more comes from China two million or two billion to billion and is that each year yes as coronavirus cases rose in China earlier this year your dad says PP production took a hit even as demand for its spiked large supply distributors told U. S. hospitals it could be months before their orders were met the links in the supply chain had been broken federal stockpile almost depleted state level stockpiles limited supplies and distributors not being able to deliver and and ninety fives in any significant quantities or three to six weeks states and the federal government stepped in to help find and buy PP but that's led to bidding wars it's like being on eBay with fifty other states states are competing against states right now that's no secret or all competing against each other states one against another federal government competing against states president trump has insisted he is sending four days what they need since last Sunday cargo planes have delivered almost listen to this three hundred million dollars almost eight million masks and three million gallons a department of homeland security official told CBS news the strategic national stockpile of protective gear is almost depleted last week president trump invoked the defense production act ordering private companies to help manufacture ventilators and N. ninety five face masks but it could still be weeks for hospitals get the P. P. and donations aren't always enough the nation isn't ready to provide medical care and large catastrophes or big epidemics of contagious disease experts have said for years if a global pandemic were to hit the U. S. may not have enough PP public health is about over planning best Cameron ran the White House pandemic response office under the Obama and trump administrations it was dissolved by the White House in twenty eighteen and she believes that move left the country less prepared I'm really worried about the competition between states it's the thing that keeps me up at night right now right I think that we in the absence of a unified federal plan states don't have any choice but to be prepared for their constituents in your opinion what entity is best prepared to do that kind of unified plan I'd like to see a logistics are at this point to be honest with you in my opinion and I think that logistics are could come from the military or could be a former military commander you're gonna need a plan for moving and sharing medical equipment across the United States and I hope that we don't need to use that plan but I think if we have that plan we're not going to regret it for those on the front lines it's a matter of life or death if we didn't have enough PP we wouldn't be forced to use the M. ninety five over and over again we can't do our jobs if we aren't safe we're not safe and therefore you're not safe and so we don't have healthcare workers you cannot save
"krishan" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"My leg and I threw it seven rolls into the audience wow okay well you have got me convince brothers I think coming to your activity center of course wearing black because this had to call my assistant come over to me I you shave Krishan doc and they put up a veil all around me three seconds later I disappear and there is a Billboard I'm lying there in silk boxers okay okay muscles call determining who do need to face okay it's sad that today it's magic great of course this certainty that I have to set up in a row because you understand the magic is just an illusion okay yeah there he is all right you have yourself a good one okay all right thank you so much it's Maggie I am with you got me convince brother we need more than more than brother sister who's going down we got to do it one time for a big today marks twenty three years of him passing so let's do a little one more chance remix they were going to the weekend without heartless both coming up in this Mickey Vicky mix sounds good in the neighborhood and nine twenty coming up the next name to see if I could double you'll pay the big boys bankrolled I think people does it bring it back thank on the side in the way of telling he's.
"krishan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It hi hi Rick concretion Krishan Z. graduate graduate collection has landed and they say in the in the internet is all abuzz now for the collection of the college of fashion Eric Christian has paired cropped jackets with ultrawide inflatable trousers these are the same folks who used to hold the heads of cabbage out in the airport to get to worship it let's let the hairy Christmas did you never see airplane like my so these give these perfectly proportioned inflation via a seven minute inflation valve the block welcome and then you hit that plug in like a balloon with thank you for you know I mean it that balloon he filled it with here let the angle goes through the air but by those speaking to see the the inspiration behind his question I'm glad you asked mark what the inspiration behind the inflatable latex trousers were the designer who goes by the name I cannot say it Hari Krishnan Welltower Christian what it says I got the idea when I was playing with my dog and started thinking about how exaggerated objects will look from such a low angle so is the thought of him seeing me as a giant figure touching my head was all that was all too intriguing so I decided to reimagine the people around me through the game of distortion detach from the stereotypical predetermined notions of the human perspective mark but I've been saying for years they've been doing that for years thank god somebody finally seconded the motion finally a guy with inflatable trousers I saw the lights it's just about time in band the other is misleading trousers.
"krishan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"One ball no strikes to rocky gale news up I think he's up for the second time for the first time in this game thousands went back to the screen one ball one strike our story about L. alters when you came over the giants he he's he could hit there's no doubt about that but he had this big gold chain on the chain it said screw and then we realize that that was not true here's the one one pitch in the dirt outside of the great snap near the goal by Joey Barton he snaps a throw to second just a split second late to pick off Railey wow one arm really nice throw by Julie part so what was the truth about the soup anything no it's like this is the nickname of the the six foot nine guy they called tiny shortly with the glass he saw me throw the ball of dirt need not scoop well I remember he's a nice guy I was with him in Texas yes Texas Rangers signed and he had that same chain is a swing and a drive to right field going back into his left is Robinson still going it's over is headed back to the base of the wall around third is really he scores racing around third Santana he scores throw comes in is cut off by Krishan double for rocky gale the Dodgers I have taken an eight to four lead two run double thereby rocky gale was vying to be the backup catcher with Austin Barnes and Will Smith the top two candidates so here now comes McKinstry eight to for the Dodgers lead the giants three straight two out hits here for the Dodgers against Tyler senior now.
"krishan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Two three two let's go to Kristin Clermont Krishan news ninety six five go ahead hi how are you guys doing well thank you yeah yeah so I have a my son he's fifteen he has to show muscular dystrophy and say I did generative neuromuscular disease that's terminal but we were on the Medicaid waiver wait list but his condition was renew on the guidelines be able to get the Medicaid so he no longer qualified to be able to get the Medicaid but when he turns eighteen my question is were like what steps do we have to go through to be able to get that do we have to remove him from like our custody and set him up as an adult in order to qualify how does that work so Chris I feel certain that we can assist you with this is the best way to handle this would be for you to email us this question now Chris you talk about the waiver and the waiver is available to people that you don't necessarily have to go into a nursing home that the government will actually pay to send people out to your home to help you in your case take care of your son and as you know you got a score five on that waiver before you actually qualify for that and apparently son never call yeah the state of Florida or new muscular dystrophy from the automatic waiver program okay last year all right so unfortunately but not here disagree doesn't qualify for the media the pre eighteen later so Chris I know that we can assist you with this and Chris if you could start by emailing us through our website at law to dot com and give me a little bit remind me a little bit about the facts about your son and by the way I'm so sorry I I wish the best for you and your son I know this very very hard for your family if you can email us a little bit about that we will get back to you give me some more detail about how we can assist you all right so get okay Chris thank you let's go to Winston in Orlando Winston your own news ninety six five go ahead Hey Tom my wife and I are both clients of yours and we had our wills and one to avoid probate they're in our day our lady bird deeds and everything and all of the tourney exactly and I was I was listening to you today that part of the Turner has all five year lifespan now do we have to well we knew that every five years even though we did the probate wills and all that other stuff okay so Winston what I'm saying is that there's no Florida statute there's no law that says if your power of attorney is older than five years is not good anymore what I'm telling you is that banks don't like old powers of attorney so my perfect world Winston yes every five years you'd come back and redo your financial power of attorney and of course in our documents were always updating and improving them including lately adding Medicaid planning language in there so Winston yeah I and I know it's an expense and I know some trouble but my perfect world you would redo that we do those every five years okay cool well we just live down the street from the office so we can stop buying a couple of years and we know on okay with sale thanks for calling we appreciate it if looks my name is Tom also the name of the show is also known law we have lines open for your legal questions right now eight four four two two zero zero nine six.
"krishan" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Hey what you got to convince brother yeah I keep coming to your activity center of course wearing black because this had to call my assistive come over to me I you shave Krishan dock and they put up a veil all around me three seconds later I disappear and there is a Billboard when I'm lying there in silk boxers okay muscles call me too many Houdini Lou Faye resent side that today it's magic great of course this certainty that I have to set up in the room because you understand the magic is just an illusion okay yeah there he is all right you have yourself a good one okay all right thank you so much it's magic how nice to see those yeah Hey do what about that there was three dozen hours thirty whatever people in audience but I still do my leg off into a seven rose thirty six P. one audio that's not several ninety three and a new home for him what's up with that traffic like if you're going to pass right now six cars match up one of one stop reddit bar him Boulevard this is blocking the left lane right now so traffic is very heavy coming from violin Avondale this traffic for is brought to light when you enter the lots you injured in an accident the first thing you should do is call the right attorney at one eight hundred a lot too especially if your accent involved a semi truck who were service or any other commercial vehicle the consultation is free click when and under the law to dot com or call one eight hundred the lots to I'm Italian bread for Big Boy real ninety two three LA's new home for HIPAA all right if you stick around your radios we did this thing called one party goes wrong and we had someone a call to say Hey you know who that is bachelor party the lady a.
"krishan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Radio here CBS sports network. with. at the end here AT AT T. barber. apparated theory wait till tomorrow interesting game that's gonna be great game is certainly an interesting game we'll see what James says to McCaffrey was in for sixty two of the sixty two offense of snaps bye the Panthers. I wish Adam on my fantasy team again this year you you have left to do right I have this okay do he's a keeper yeah I got to tell you I don't usually squawk about draft position like doing fantasy baseball than last year I think I had the seventh overall pick and I won the picking up more homes immediately I I dread to drop below that night I went back and I can pick it up my homes I don't really squawk about draft position but this year I feel like it's really unfair if you had anything below foot below six because the web between the the Barclays yeah Alvin come or is this Zeke's the McCaffrey's the the the Hopkins is if you like in that seventy you start going for the Connors the mix ins I think my teams terror yeah you have to go for running but you have to get running back you got early so lets you get one you have a keeper league you're not gonna get him unless you let you draft hi five so I had to I had a Kumar and Krishan McCaffrey as my keeper I don't like keeper leagues either but I I don't I don't for the N. F. I love it because it of course when you have come over in the camp you're right and then I drafted John Jacobs with that das Jacobson Oakley couple cuts going through I started team was the more Jackson Cortland sudden Phillip Dorsett or two touchdowns out sound Jeffrey camara kept McCaffrey the lady Walker and three Cola you quite yet at two hundred points almost one ninety five PPR the P. R. U. defense that patriots. all right who's kicker Mason Crosby and come in he let me down teams could be good my team is due to be here in this a lot the get kind of bands out of bounds let's go. anything can happen in sports in office does what's right what's wrong and who's just crazy we decide. okay take.
"krishan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Off the bat. way high in the air. but it ended up in the second deck here in Saint Louis straight down the line. two two shop pulls a foul. meanwhile Krishan who had the shock out of spring training being sent to double A. after spending part of last year in the big leagues and he did not. flinch from the assignment I don't think it ever actually hit just watching another replay out they get hit that little that I think it just snuck inside the foul pole. for the first big league home run for the bond to into to Shaw the files is one of the backstop. Chris shot twenty five years old. three nights ago went three for three with three homers. ended up with twenty eight home runs between double a and triple a this year chance asked him to work on his plate discipline his command of the strike zone and he had a much better year in that regard. June two shots he swings and misses strike three fastball gonna. so that's our number one J. Strother board here with the tube on a home run. and now Mike shelled the managers coming out to make a pitching change okay a goes face the bottom of the order and now with the straps and belts coming up cardinals are going to bring in a left handed I looks like Andrew Miller will confirm that and is injured Miller. so the veteran lefty. pitching in Saint Louis for the third pitcher the game for the cardinals when it's time for a change the Expedia oil change at auto service your trusted oil change tune up and break experts the giants are on the board it is three to one that's the lead for the cardinals won out and the big hitters coming up for the change will take a break and come back right after this hello.
"krishan" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"That's the that's the get it it does not okay I'm sorry that's all right Buffy but I don't really have you saying that you will have the same too hello okay after the tree of the after the Chevy after this trip yeah we're going to need to rush them why can copy that to your engineer right away intravenous kind right I got actually senses the player I was just ready to go okay I got it now I guess we will the call sorry my fault he was he was usually one of the members that the guy Chris Krishan this is like the frog okay so okay guys who did that song for the seventy nine for sixteen eighty how long we.
"krishan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On our necks up to the all over the tires of a semi they were using but graders and back close to remove it all looks like big snowballs on top of each other what's going to be like into the world stuff you know if you're there you're going what's happening Hey this hail seems pretty intense anybody got a yard stick it's just crazy like Cragin Krishan at that so we five feet of hail yeah I would be surprised if there's a people and animals buried underneath some of that now yeah X. happy a world where is where is what the climate find everybody don't worry that's great will be fine and every other day there's a storm nothing to see here it's all good and we have a nice weekend and a great weekend I'll buy you busy busy is at the Sox win on Friday night a little rain but nothing serious Dave you're there yes I was got a lot of rain yes did you talk about a scary looking guy in the red around the fourth inning then then the fifth inning it started to move in the the straight line winds in that afternoon storm crazy war thanks sixty seventy mile an hour gusts no one I was in a movie in the power went out during a movie yeah I've seen rocket man the movie stop yeah everything stopped I mean it was crammed this the signal flashing strobe light thing went off I've never had that happen me either and I was in the luxury see things you know and I'm laying there all cleared of the I. P. box of the movie yeah they just said that the night I saw some merry one out to her car and took a nap till the movie started here's a nice if you don't know what's going on and you feel like it's an emergency to leave you in the recliner Niemi you got to get the required to get back in a proper position to exit me and or all talking like okay whether is it the movie and it came back on we missed a whole song how long is the movie rocket man at all I was like that the first half hour of it I guess and it was a major storm outside that he not be how long was it power up to you about three minutes three comments while seem like an eternity what song did you miss dinner it was a song I wasn't familiar with and I'm trying to remember which one it wasn't I yeah wasn't there there were some songs that you weren't familiar how do you know if you missed it it was the end of the sun is beginning they were saying and then all of sudden they're in different I'm like wait a minute we missed a wholesale electric gave him and say we continue this movie already in progress nobody told us anything nothing might have time is three minutes there are like fifteen of us there and it's a good movie it's a great movie instead of your weekend I was very nice spent some time with friends was outside a little bit got season these nice storms coming yesterday got soaked pride parade they had an early I don't remember a time when they never cancel the pride parade like that yeah they took up folks often they thought they would be able to you know literally sweet set out a rain delay and then they said that I was gonna last well yeah the big problems lightning because it was the flashes of lightning all around there even some strikes nearby and so they just decided it was too dangerous to keep the weird of all those rainbows you get a storm rolled in strange hi Steve that was very bright deep huh yeah so how how much was left to the parade is imminent because I've seen times in the primary if you like if you ever wondered how long the pride parade last they go well it to our to five hours it's four miles long right so it's five hours as well as if you're the last float yeah I think is almost over I'm pretty sure it's like two to thirty ishe when they called it a look regularly have started at noon so I I think it's almost over but yeah people to make a mad dash for it cell in dead did we get our million or so that that was expected is about and estimate of crowds I haven't seen one yet them okay now go with a million dollar million when I called all right let's get to a top six at six please six you in a court which phone down July first don't touch your phone kids starting today.
"krishan" Discussed on Generation V
"Eight hundred to one twenty over eighty within two weeks without medication just using the diet changes that we talked about was just completely stunned. So then I did his medical the following week. And again, his blood pressure remained low. And he was a massive convert this day, he was watching never quit. But her mazing or was so that was a real win. He was able to go. Back to work and uncle one other men, I saw just very recently. And he was he was a really touching case for me because he. Again, he was a slip, man. He's in his fifties. And he has a long history of depression. He has prostate cancer. Now, his prostate council wasn't advanced. So he decided against treatment for the time being it was a very slow growing cancer, and they talked about possible side effects and problems of surgery, including impotence, and he just thought I just wanna see how things go for wall. So he was living with no, great prostate cancer. He had high blood pressure. He had irritable bowel syndrome. He had. He was on eight different medications. He had chronic shoulder pain all over body aches, and he was a pretty desperate, man. If I'm honest with you, and again, I tend to be preached the subject of nutrition because sometimes that's a good way. In this many things that affect people's well-being their life is not just the food. We know that it's it's to do with stress stress is probably number one. But when it comes to having these brief conversations in clinic, I noted dies probably. A good way to get into the idea of all he said, well, I eat really healthily doctor now I already ate really well. And again, I said, oh, maybe we could just think of a little bit differently. Let's try this. And I gave him a few suggestions again on the basis of a whole new plant based diet. And I didn't think much of it. I left him it. Then he came back to me his own blood pressure, monitor at home. He came back to me about six months after I'd originally seen him in hot that chats, and he had this massive smaller his face. He said, I just wanted to tell you how great I feel. I've come off all of my medications. I'm no longer in pain. I've been able to come off the codeine on the sleeping tablets have come off the antidepressants. I feel fantastic. I thought wow, that's great. And we didn't have his blood test results at that point. So I said I'll give you a coupon later on later on infinite I decided to try and look up the results, and he just couldn't believe it. He'd actually essentially reverse his prostate cancer for new. Krishan because his PSA his prostate specific antigen, the Mark that the urologist checks to see how things are progressing had gone from high to negligible levels. I think one point two five with the is the final novel that we had for him. So I rang him up. And I said just as an aside. Did you know that you've basic keep reversed your prostate cancer as well with this way of eating and he was he was just over the moon. He he was in tears. He he got off the phone tell us daughter straight away. And honestly it stories like that that just oh it just keeps you this. Incredible failing because his life has been changed. Change forever. I'm not that's the power of your plate, essentially, that's the power plants. So yeah, the the power plants and their healing properties. And I just that that's such an amazing story because it literally has possibility of saving your life. And that's why again, we do it. We do. And I mean, the kind of the illnesses that you mentioned earlier with those two patients, I mean, obviously prostate cancer..
"krishan" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"So play him like a youngster that first year because I two quick. He's I don't know. I don't know the pressure will get to or not obviously the kid can handle pretty much anything seeing has played against giant teams like Byron Real Madrid. But I don't know English Premier League, dude. The media pressure the pressure from the fans, I feel like it's entirely different ballgame. Now, I think he's ready, man. I think he's ready to hit the ground. I think. I have full faith in Christian. And I think you can beat out Pedro or William might be a slow start. But I think within the first like five or six matches. I think he should be probably. Yeah. That's what I'm question that is better for now. Dude, I have complete faith in this guy. Moving onto stories, quote that caused some controversy which I don't think it really should have Sewri says I did not know anything about Christian polls yesterday the club asked my opinion about him one month ago, in my opinion was positive people are saying like, oh how sorry is going clued him. He's not that important to the future this club. If sorry doesn't even care. My take on is. I feel like if they did have this talk. I think Chelsea would have been like, yeah, we're not going to get until the end of the season. So I feel sorry. I'm thinking about the immediate. That's kind of my thought process on it and second he did say like all positive of like, it wasn't like this is such a negative Delury the guys quo is I like him in sorry has way more things to think about than a player. He's not going to get us till next year. So I saw the biggest you know, happenstance of fake news bullshit journalism regarding that quote. So I can't remember if it was the sun or if it was a Instagram. Page mud have been like four three three or footy sports or sports or something. But they merged that quote that you just said that I haven't really thought about Christian, but I'm happy. He's he's coming along with another quote, where he was saying that he's not happy with the players that are coming in that the board are recommending, and so they merged those two quotes from two separate interviews into one, and you know, screen on it and social media so made it sound like sorry was his that pulled was was coming into Chelsea. And so I'm I'm just going to use this moment to redefine how shitty English and soccer media is ninety eight percent of the time. Like Krishan is going to be a height fucking kid is going to bring that club. In a lot of attention of American attention and already before the kid has even put on the kit. They're trying to make drum and they're trying to make a rift between chosen pulls it. So fuck off if I if I could have one wish for twenty nineteen is that the idiots at the sun at the guardian any British newsroom, especially Piers Morgan could just fuck off for twenty nineteen and let the soccer players play soccer. That's the media always being negative and just a bunch of fucking assholes. I I'm right there with you more people making stories these guy has even warned blue jersey yet. It's ridiculous. But Mark my last point is is the boondocks Ligo on the hoc-. They used to be the young American League is I don't I don't know if it is any more is it. It's the budding young American League. It's it's what could be it is was could be instead of staying in the United States and playing soccer in the United States. We have forced players to travel broad to perfect their skills and make the boons league. Their jumpstart league into the English Premier League lawn. Guess area. So that's that's my take on it. It's nemo weeds. Well, we still have western McKinney. And just sergeant and we have a bunch of other young American talent over there. I just wanna kid fund bow. No, the Premier League be the new young American readings breeding ground. All right. Thank so, I got I don't think. So for whatever reason the prim just seems untouchable from it being a breeding ground the premise where you come to play. When you're you're ready to play. It's not a breeding ground for a certain type of nationality or certain type of players it's the proving ground, you know? All right. Martin before we move into Liverpool man city..
BrainStuff Classics: What Is The Oldest Living Thing?
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Lauren bulk ObamaCare with a classic episode from the vault our earth while host Christian Sager is exploring a tangling question. What is earth's oldest living thing? Neighboring stuff Krishan Sager here. So as far as aging goes humans have it pretty good. I mean, we're no giant tortoises, but we're generally capable of living for decades some of us for more than a century here at brand stuff. It got us thinking, what is the world's oldest living thing. Well, that's a tricky question. And the answer depends on how we define living and thing, I let's tackle what we mean. By thing. If we say a thing could also be a clone will colony than the competition heats up quickly. There are numerous plant and fungal. Clone. Colonies that have been around for tens of thousands of years, and they're still barreling along. There's king clone the creosote Bush in the Mojave almost twelve thousand years old, and we can't forget pando the gigantic male quaking Aspen, colonial colony in Utah. He is about eighty thousand years old. Incidentally, he's also the heaviest living thing weighing in around six million kilograms. But what if we stick to sing? Single organisms if so then the tiny end lifts are strong contenders. These extrema file Methuselah like to kick back and take it easy for millions of years. They've lived a mile and a half below the ocean floor with metabolism slower than molasses only reproducing once every few centuries or millennia. I mean that makes pandas look like rabbits, there's a big let's call it loophole in the definition of living dormancy what if something was frozen in time trapped in stasis and then revived like captain America the alien in the thing in two thousand and eleven professor Brian Schubert published a paper on just that he discovered bacteria in what he called a kind of hibernation state inside tiny bubbles of thirty four thousand year old salt crystals. Other scientists have claimed to find older organisms such as the two hundred fifty million-year-old bacteria in southeast New Mexico. But Schubert's work was. Independently reproduced. So if we allow an organism to take a time out and spent thousands of years in stasis there are loads of competitors for the title of oldest living thing, many of which may still lurk undiscovered in the isolated hinterlands of earth. You know, deep oceans remote mountains, endless Arctic wastes. Now, I'm thinking of HP lovecraft well moving on. There's one other important thing. Some organisms might be immortal. Now, don't get jealous. We're not talking about some super sexy vampire type immortality. No. We're talking about jellyfish specifically hydra and the turritopsis Dory. The turritopsis is only four point five millimeters large, but capable of something that may be unique in the animal world after reaching sexual maturity, it can revert to its polyp stage, it can reverse and reset its aging cycle rendering it biologically, immortal, and the hydra doesn't seem to age at all. That means that potentially the oldest living organism could one day be a jellyfish. But for now, even counting states of dormancy, the oldest living continually active things on earth appear to be the extreme file organisms collectively called Endo Litz. But of course, there may be something older varied in time. Dormant waiting for intrepid humans to wake it from its deathly slump. Today's episode was written by Joan McCormick and produced by Tyler playing to hear more from Joe check out his weird science podcast stuff to blow your mind wherever you tuned podcasts. This vary up perhaps. And of course, for lots more on this and other well preserved topics. Visit our home planet. 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"krishan" Discussed on Bad Voltage
"Right load stuff is gone on. As pitching skipped a show. So Nate name your news by can use though. Why don't we start out with with a little bit of Lennox, news, hit Sousa, venerable, quite old. Distribution, how long the Sousa being around for over ever. Right? Was sold for two and a half billion dollars. It was. Yep. So microphone who owns Sousa, assault, Sousa, Lennox associated software business to Swedish to a Swedish, private equity firm e q. e. q. t partners for two point. Five, three, five billion. So, yeah, my question here is. Like given the fact the valuations for companies I, it seems to be some kind of like game of roulette for for a lot of people. What do you think about that number? Does that seem high seem? I think Sousa done some interesting work in the enterprise like you don't hear about them in the general open-source press quite so often. Put tuned and half billion seemed high to me, but I don't know whether they're selling products. You know, I just don't hear very often, but often it's twenty six times adjusted operating profit just for a measuring stick. Okay. Yeah. I know that the first thing I thought by that number two, four, three, five billion is Ortho seriously quotes to three decimal places, but then you cry to put five, three, five billion that last five is five million dollars. Which is interesting is follow the progression of the sick because this is a somebody that's been sold far more times than any other major ones. Right. So when you look at, they were originally sold. What was it for two. Let me get the number here just to ten. So two hundred ten million dollars in two thousand and three to Novell's Novell sold them in ten for two point. Two billion. Yup. And then in two thousand and ten, two point, two billion to attach mate, right to attach value beverage is right, and then attach attachment then merged with microphone Casse Yup. And then microphone focus sponsors back up into. So quite a bit of different sales. I think which the evaluation is not going to very much at all and is It's out out of. of. Vice with inflation. Is it. Monk for loss on that, right. Maybe that's Novell was acquired for two point. Two billion. All of Novell, which. Way different. That really. All right. The guy Netware was basically worth nothing by that point. So they sold a little late. But yeah. Wow, that's plumbing. Okay. So I mean to me two and a half billion dollars seems a law facility seems like to me, he asked to me as well. You hear that much about whether the people are which Brown a Hopi up out of their loads. What are you. I'm put those music videos. Right. But you don't. You hear that much about stuff that I mean, they've got a pretty firm enterprise bicy- people out there who are paying the money and so on and so forth. Do a lot of AP. They do a lot of on the enterprise. The struggling gear a pay apply, oversee, you know, given given the history. Yeah, to me Saint, like a law of money. Yeah, yeah. Under such the market for canonical wants die peo- as as a measuring stick at think which also makes it interesting from a timing perspective. That's very good point. I actually and they can put the stuff that they're doing and so on. So what that will do, what I want to what this means for how mock will think of canonical. Because I remember reading in the press somewhere that the market talk to some potential companies for Krishan and the number float. It was two billion and. I would argue that a boon to and canonical is much more relevant in today's cloud ecosystem than Sousa..
"krishan" Discussed on The Jump
"Rookie of the year ward we've all been arguing about that was created in nineteen fifty two and we've been told that ben simmons is a rookie because they didn't play last year and hey that is the criteria i voted on i voted for ben because the award according to the rules right now he's qualified but when was the last time someone really looked at that maybe should be that if you get hurt and miss your first years an mba player is just bad luck the same way if you get hurt two weeks in and miss the rest of the season remember the contract side of things works differently then didn't have to reset his rookie contract with the sixers and do your one over just because he was hurt his first year no he is firmly in your two right now get to be eligible for an extension the summer before year four so should the rule for the award be changed to match that i'm not sure but i'd like to know that it's being considered at like to know by who and if they decide not to change it i would love to know their reasoning because this is life or death or the spanish in krishan but because we're all really into that that's a scary because we're all really interested in this stuff and we spend a lot of time on it those of us who vote for wards really treated as an honor we take it super seriously i haven't embarrassing amount of spreadsheets on my desk right now is i try to mail down and the votes and you see that money next to me because i also know there are incentives in player contracts based on these award there's a lotta cash changing hands off of these in fact i wanna talk about all mba for a minute because that could use some volving to the nba still makes you vote by position even though the game has evolved to be so largely position louis so suddenly i have to decide if i'm putting anthony davis at center instead of forward or joel embiid center and by the way this will make a huge difference to 'em bead because he gets an extra thirty million dollars contract if he makes first team all nba well coach alvin gentry doesn't have to decide if they d center forward why should i have to.