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"krishan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"People that wanted to get past as you witnessed today. There's many clergy in many stakeholders from this community throughout the entire Illinois have come together, stand in. Speaking the same language, send the same thing. Advocates and Republicans have harshly criticized the bill, the Illinois General Assembly begins the lame duck session, began it Wednesday that is, but as of now, there's no hearing schedule to vote on that Bill. A cooler malfunction has forced the kokani medical examiner's office to store some bodies in refrigerated trucks. The office says he compressor malfunctioned on New Year's Day. It's unclear how many are being held in those temperature control trucks in a statement the office is the bodies are being treated with dignity and respect while officials work to replace that compressor. Illinois ranks second among the top move out states in 2022, WGN Steve Graham reports, united van line says the rankings are based on inbound and outbound moves with the company, the Illinois had an outbound rate of nearly 64% and an inbound rate of about 36%. The state ranked second behind New Jersey. Springfield had the highest outbound rate at 73% Chicago's rate was 67%. Illinois population has dropped 1.8% since 2020, studies show retirement has been the main driver for people leaving Illinois, a third of those moving out were 65 or older. Steve krishan atch WGN news. Cook County property owners will have an extra month to pay their first installment property taxes this year, and their bills are already available online, according to treasurer Maria Pappas, the due date is now April 1st. If you don't want to pay them online, the paper bills will be mailed late February, lay payments are charged 1.5% per month. A former Pope Benedict XVI will be late to rest in just a couple hours. The funeral mess is set to start at two 30 a.m. Chicago time. The Vatican will stream the mass live on YouTube and Facebook 60,000 people are expected to attend the funeral in Saint Peter's square. The Vatican estimates some 200,000 people pass through St. Peter's Basilica during the last three days of public viewing. WGN sports time 1205, the ball snapped the nets 12 game winning streak last night, beating Brooklyn one 21 to one 12 northwestern knocked off the align I 73 to 60 in Evanston, Illinois has beaten the cats 8 straight times, other local hoops action last night, depaul, while the and UIC all loss and a strained hip will keep Justin Fields out of the lineup for Sunday season finale against the Vikings, Nathan Peterman will get the start. Jared
"krishan" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Lots of talk about a quarterback battle heading into fall camp personally, you know, what I'm hearing is it's Tyler shucks to lose. He's got the pedigree, right? And you're looking at a pass first offense, shucks proven to be far more accurate than Donovan Smith to this point. Last season, shucks adjusted accuracy was 12% better in a similar sample size to Smith. Now, Donovan Smith obviously brings more mobility, possibly more future upside as well. But in addition to the accuracy discrepancy, you can see in the metrics shuck process is much faster, about a half a second quicker with his release. And that's one of the key reasons shuck was pressured on 11% less dropbacks than Smith. So if you do have this O line question mark, you're probably better going to shuck just because much faster processor much quicker release. And that's going to help the O line as well. Other thing I like about Zach kitley is what his western Kentucky offenses did in confined spaces, which is kind of the knock on spread offenses in these chuck and duck systems. Kit Lee's hilltop or offense averaged 5 points per quality possession. 4.7 points per trip inside the 40 and we're inside the top 30 and third and fourth down success right now. Certainly the personnel is different and it's a huge upgrade and opponent strikes switching conferences. But it's nice to have a substantial sample and see kitley spread off and didn't really bog down and confined space. As we're schedule. Tech's going to face 60 fences projected inside our top 35 inefficiency. That's the caveat. Overall, text only favored in three games, hosting Murray, West Virginia, Kansas, close to a pick him at home to Houston. I think from a fan's perspective, the schedule is great. It's fun hosting Texas Baylor and Oklahoma. If you're going to the games, those three home games aren't insurmountable, our projection has Texas tech in the range of plus 6 against both Texas and Baylor and plus 9 versus Oklahoma. But from a win output, you'd rather host more winnable games. You'd rather host K state TCO and Iowa state in my mind because those are some of the more coin flip games. Now again, from a fan's perspective, you know, load up the schedule for fun interesting games that we can get plastered in, but out in the parking lot. But you want when we're talking about winning games and momentum and trajectory. You want your winnable games at home. You want your coin flip games at home. The games that you're probably going to lose anyways throw those on the road. It's an interesting team because you talked about the quarterbacks there and from reading reports and your guys may have better Intel about the level of optimism around baron Morton arguably being the most complete quarterback there. Albeit extremely green and probably not ready to step right into the limelight and start at quarterback this year, but curious to see his ongoing development. We know jewelry Maguire recruiting the state exceptionally well and this is a team clearly on the rise. One of the big hires that they did make also to bolster the defense was bringing in Tim de ruder from Oregon. Back in Texas for the first time since 2010 and 2011, also brings over Marcel Yates with him to work with the defensive backs. And when you look at jarus past, he's typically leaned on a 5 defensive back formation and that's where most of the athletes and difference makers come from in his scheme and the past three seasons as a defensive coordinator. He's used three defensive linemen more than 96% of the time use 3D lime in them more than 99% of snaps in 2019 and 2020 and Cal. But in 2021, he started to tinker with four defensive linemen sets. When I look at Texas tech defensively, hey look, I'm not splitting the atom here or telling any of our listeners something they don't already know. To be competitive in this league, you have to have athletes on the stop unit in Texas tech has a long way to go to competing with some of the top powers there. They're going to need krishan merriweather to be the guy controlling that linebacking core was named spring MVP, but he's going to be asked to fill a big hole vacated by Colin schooler Enrico Jeffers. Yeah, I mean, listen, this comes down to coaching pedigree. Joey Maguire worked under a defensive wizard like Dave Aranda and his specialized at linebacker and he brings in Tim de ruder who we respect for changing cows defensive profile. Was promoted both in paying stature taking the organ D.C. job. And then Mario leaves chose not to take him to Miami. He lands here at Texas tech. But if you look at the rooters past, Cal was a 107th and schedule adjusted efficiency of the year before he arrived. Within two seasons, cow was 14. That type of progression probably likely to happen at Texas tech. But I would expect improvement after a few seasons for sure. Also expect a far more aggressive defense both in blitz rate and the way de ruder plays his corners. First pass in the spring games of pick 6. Secondary appears to be the strength, although not a ton of depth there. But what we saw under the last regime was a lot of drop coverages. And if you're going to play that style, you also can't get beat deep, which is what happened outside the top 100 and explosiveness allowed. Aside from Tyree Wilson, who registered an 11% pressure rate on password snaps, not a lot of guys along the D line that can win their one on one matchup. Manufacturing pressure is needed here. I think certainly help a defense. That was a 124th on standard down sack rate. One thing is pretty clear here. By the metrics with college football and football in general, you get pressure, you get stops. No pressure, you get roasted. So among power 5 defenses, Texas tech was hovering around the bottom ten and pressure rate that equated to the third worst EPA per play allowed. Other area that should progress because of positive regression and Tim der is their situational defense. Texas tech would play a passive style of defense, like I mentioned, right? And then break as well when opponents penetrated their territory. If you're going to play a Ben style, you can also break. They allowed 4.6 points per trip inside their 40. That was outside the top 100. Couldn't get off the field on the money downs either outside the top one 20 and third and fourth down success rate a lot. The talent is not there. But you
"krishan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From the heads of four formula companies Meantime Florida's Surgeon General is calling for more transparency on the shortage Rick hoschel reports Joseph lani Poe has written the FDA commissioner asking for regular updates on fixes to the supply chain and when more infant formula will be available ladipo says the state health department found alternative products in an effort to offset the shortage caused by what he called the FDA's lack of oversight but he said the cost of those alternatives remains high in the availability is low The Biden administration is promising to aggressively address the shortage Trump era pandemic restrictions on immigrants seeking asylum in the U.S. will stand for now That's the ruling from a judge hearing the case involving the temporary restraining order against ending title 42 Since 2020 it's been used more than 1.8 million times to deny migrants a chance to seek asylum in the U.S. due to COVID restrictions President Biden is pushing state and local officials to dedicate more money from the American rescue plan toward efforts to make communities safer Biden met with some local officials and police chiefs at The White House Friday and noted that violence is on the upswing Communities were facing a rising tide of violence that coincided with this pandemic And it was happening at a time when state and local budgets were under tremendous strain The majority of evacuations are now over at the scene of a Southern California fire in Orange County the evacuation orders only remain for 131 homes About 900 homes were previously evacuated because of the coastal fire the 200 acre fire in laguna Nigel is now 25% contained I'm Brian shook Australian researchers believe they found a way to detect babies at risk of sids or sudden infant death syndrome Mark Mayfield reports Since typically occurs when a seemingly healthy baby under the age of one dies suddenly and it normally occurs while they're asleep scientists found an enzyme was lower in babies who died from sids as opposed to babies who lived Researchers say the enzyme plays a part in the brains arousal from sleep I'm Mark Mayfield Four Florida men are accused of committing armed robberies disguised as law enforcement officers a federal indictment unsealed in Tampa says the men committed 5 hold ups against drug dealers in 2020 and 2021 Prosecutors say they sometimes work clothing with the word sheriff and drove cars with blue lights Reginald Roberts Nathaniel Carr Daniel Jackson and krishan butler could face minimum sentences of 14 to 31 years in prison if convicted A nearly complete dinosaur skeleton has sold at auction for $12.4 million to an undisclosed buyer Trey Thomas has more the fossilized deinonychus hit the auction block at Christie's on.
"krishan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The CDC says get COVID tested before any indoor gatherings news is next but first the weather channel forecasts It's cold out there today cloudy a few flurries a hive 25 We'll keep a low of 24 for tonight that tomorrow part of the cloudy high 35 18 at O'Hare 19 to midway 19° at the lakefront 19 states have confirmed cases of the COVID-19 variant omicron Chicago's public health commissioner doctor Allison are we expected here soon And I absolutely expect that it will be detected in Chicago or Illinois Even in the next day or two The CDC now advises people to use rapid tests before heading to an indoor gathering even if they are vaccinated and don't have symptoms infection rates are rising all across the country and pediatric cases are surging as well When a public health official sounding the alarm over the high number of cases Monday they saw 8700 new and probable cases reported along with 14 related deaths the 7 day statewide test positivity rate is 5.4% More than a dozen Wisconsin Republicans are urging the governor to remove Milwaukee's DA because his office recommended $1000 bail for Darrell Brooks junior the man accused of plowing his SUV through a Christmas parade killing 5 adults in one child and injuring dozens DA John krishan called the bail inappropriately low given Brooks prior criminal history but says he's not going to resign And a Christmas deadline sent by Democrats to get the build back better Bill through the Senate ill and my senator dick Durbin asked about ongoing negotiations and specifically talks with an influential moderate fellow Democrat Joe Manchin There are good faith and negotiations that continue in their promising News.
"krishan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Newspapers. Joining me down the line is alessio patalano professor at King's College London. Good morning to you alessio. Good morning Georgina. What's going on with the fuel prices in Singapore? So this is an interesting piece because it kind of like helps us putting in a broader context of broader perspective, the sort of energy challenges that certainly have been hit in the UK quite remarkably over the past few weeks. But it's really not just a UK phenomenon. And here we're talking about Singapore, the Singapore and economy relies entirely on imported energy, particularly with our natural gas. And what you're seeing happening in Singapore, which I'm sure for many in the audience who are familiar with the plays. It wasn't an energy demanding place, given the fact that a lot of the activities there really rely on that continuous power supply. And be also one of the most advanced if you won't realities in the broader in the Pacific region. It's quite remarkable that you've seen the article makes quite clear that smaller energy companies are going through a very difficult period of time because of the surge in the prices. Of a natural gas, there's a lot of concern among small and medium businesses in Singapore about how they will afford and they will continue to operate it throughout the winter. So it's very interesting piece because it tells us, you know, even down in Southeast Asia, where beyond the boundaries, if you want of the European context, the surgery in prices are creating quite a considerable earth shaking moment and if you want the world over. Talking of earth shaking moments, I'm sure he would like this to be regarded as such, former president Donald Trump has announced that he'll launch his own social media app and news company to complete with big tech tell us more. Exactly. So this has been announced over the last few hours really. And international headlines are starting to pick this one up. Here the independence has run a story about it. It's going to be called truth, which is irony. The irony of this. Exactly. Georgina, you start reading about it, and it really sort of gives you a chill down the spine because it very much resonates with all the sort of waters and concerns that the way in which the former president managed the truth when he was in power. So imagine having a platform on his own terms. Now, what is interesting is that the current plans is for a soft rollout. And then for a fully fledged sort of opening of this new platform next this spring. And what is interesting is really that you got a sense that he's going to be trying to get a sense of what sort of reactions will kind of space this platform can become. And it is also interesting. There is a perhaps an ideal point in time if you're someone like Trump to launch this type of activity, given all that we know of the growing douse and questions raised against the monopoly of some of the big social media taking particular Facebook. So he might very well find fertile grounds to launch this new operation. The consequences of which in more ways than ones at the moment are all but clear. But certainly will raise new important questions on what the truth is and how you manage it in contemporary societies. Absolutely and we'll be talking about all those problems Facebook is facing towards the end of the program. Very quick look now at the career Herald. Yes, so this is an interesting story because Korea has been South Korea has been a relatively burner when it comes to the launching of heavier satellites in orbit. And given the fact that over the past few weeks, we've had so much about the recent missile tests that North Korea was conducting. It's interesting that today what we are hearing about is not North Korea, but for ones is actually South Korea. It was launched, was going to be launching one of these rockets. This afternoon well, afternoon in Korea time anyway. And if successful really mark a very important point in South Korea joining that small club of countries that can launch the Javier satellites in space. Also suggesting that the commitment to the past few years in the South Koreans to develop the basic means and technology to join the capacity at the very least to increase their monitoring and surveillance activities in addition to one of the considerations and technology from space. At that moment is coming. And that moment is likely to be disaster noon. Alessio, thank you very much indeed. This is the globalist stay tuned. Well, it's time now to find out what's making headlines in the world of entertainment and the film critic Karen krishan of its joins me in the studio. And I'm so excited. I know. I know it's back at long last. We've only had to wait a whole pandemic. Oh, wait a minute, what am I saying? Yes, indeed. Are you a fan? Oh, I'm a huge fan. And you know what's really great for me is that it was coming up on the program today and so I could actually sit down and watch it without feeling guilty because I was doing my homework. Wonderful, wonderful. So what are your first impressions? Oh, I thought it was amazing. And do you know what I will never, ever forget the line from Kendall? Fuck the weather we're changing the cultural climate. That was just genius. And I think that's what's genius about it. It's the writing. It's Jesse Armstrong. The writing is incredible, actually. This series three written by Jesse Armstrong is the other tour. And they're loosely based on if you haven't watched Succession, you're missing out. It's loosely based on Murdoch, but also the redstones and mercers and Conrad black. These are global companies that have children tipped as the successors, but nobody's really been named yet. So this is what the fascination about succession is. I like to think of it as sort of dynasty without the shoulder pairs. But that's such an old reference room. Maybe The Sopranos without the nice stuff. You know, really, it is about family politics and corporate politics. And it is huge. It's a huge award winner. It's cleaned up at the Emmys last year. And also Logan Roy, the patriarch played by Brian Cox, won a Golden Globe for his performance last season. I'm just really not surprised. And you know, when you look at when you look back at Jesse Armstrong's work, at the other line that I will never forget that he wrote difficult lemon difficult. The one I like that was actually in the trailer and you can see it says, I'm better than you. You're corrupt evil. That's Kindle Roy played by Jeremy strong with Brian Cox's son, who in the first I don't want to spoil. I won't spoil anything in the series at the end of series two was exposing the company as being corrupt and his father as well. And the father goes, don't talk about things you don't understand. So he understands corruption and evil. Oh, good. Just a to people who do like Jesse Armstrong's writing. He's got a novel. Actually, it's been out for a while. I think it came out in 2016. It's called love sex and other foreign policy goals. And you can hear a conversation that I had with him about that book and about the rest of his work on our meet the writers archive. So do go and have a look at that. If you have a moment. Right. There are other things. Hardly. I mean, really, you know, we won't talk about the yazi strike and we won't talk about the box office, but we can talk about what do you want to talk about? How about David Chappelle and Chappelle? Yes, yes. Getting into a lot of hot water. Now Dave Chappelle of course is kind of taking over the mantle from George Carlin, long, long late lamented. As being the controversial comedian who can get away with a lot stuff. And his Netflix special to closer was called by a recent San Francisco report as exhausting transphobic can grievous grievous field rant exposed as a comedy. So anyway, Netflix has quite a few of Dave chapelle's comedy specials. And they actually fired a black trans employee who was helping to organize the walkout that happened last night..
"krishan" Discussed on Túnel de vento
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"krishan" Discussed on CMO Conversations With Tricia Gellman
"Think that's part of the vision for where we're headed. He calls so. I think What would be interesting as movie to help. People understand a little bit more about building community. The you mentioned that drift has really been community. And i think one of our big things is that we pride ourselves on educating sales motors of the future of marketing. And and so we've taken that approach that were defining this new category and therefore we need to help bring you there. And that's our thing which is what we're gonna create great content. It's not just going to be content for the sake of like. Oh i did twenty seven books but like you learn things from the content right. I think in other cases. Like i've done user group communities where you kind of go into the field and you find out what is it that the teams need and then you bring the content to them to help them learn grow locally and things like that like you know. What's your perspective like. You wrote a book on category creation like to create a category inability to communicate community around. That do you have to lead. Drifters during or are there other models in ways that you've seen for building community it's a great question. I think the whether you're creating a category or you're disrupting an existing one. I think the the underlying strategy beneath it Let's call it brand by brand building and it's sort of the different spin creating or disrupting at these sort of where you're spending. We're focusing a lot of your effort in the case of category krishan. You've identified a problem that exists in the market. That no one else has before and so you're spending a lotta time defining the problem evangelizing the problem in your customers to say. Oh yeah. that is a problem And you can point to you know again. Drifted is one of the classic example Did we talked about turn. No one's talking about you're talking about closing net new deals and said this is a problem. We need to get proactive with customers. And so on when you're disrupting company. disrupting category. Typically the problem set is understood. And so in general. What you're doing is positioning new solution. But in either of those cases you need to sort of take this posture of educating a market of bill mobilizing community of people who Identify with the problem. That you've proposed or the solution in the new sort of approach to the solution that you're proposing. And that can you feel valued from youth through your enacted learn something from you as a brand regardless of whether or not their customer and that ultimately can play back to you that they can validate two things one that the problem you've observed or the solution you're proposing are real and that you as the brand are the thought leader. That's helping that's leading the market leading the conversation and the discussion in this category so the underlying tactics beneath this or the same content marketing strategy to your point building the online blog or lost bad term these days like the editorial property or whatever You know like salesforce plus like don following that news streaming service or on education for your community is powerful and by no means a small fee. doing your events and building your events strategy around that all of the different tactics Underneath our brinkley. Existential your ability to exist as a brand in twenty twenty later in this decade. You can't not do that. So i think that's the The opportunity going forward regardless of whether you're creating category or not but Certainly nuances yeah. I think that's really cool. So we're building. These communities were building. These categories were like creating a whole new dialogues. And saying you know. There's something bigger your problem solving it in the end of the day. I think like all of this isn't a service of building. The company not displaying the community but time to revenue. And so like. Let's talk a little bit about like As cmo's to revenue and the relationship that we have with sales. I think this is such an important question. Turkey i Because you can get a lot of re tweets for saying something about category creation or along those lines but the rubber hits the road with your cfo. Ceo the board. If you can actually like show the past monetization show that all the stuff actually turns into revenue and good news is it does But i think it's it's something that's We need to be pretty explicit on. How as we kind of build build a case for content marketing for hosting a large conference all these types of things so the philosophically. I think that things like paid media. You know things like you know buying lists and doing this stuff. It's important we have to do it like it's table stakes as demand marketers to make sure that we're being thoughtful irresponsible in monetize ing in that way. But they're also you're sort of like starting that relationship with a customer with the prospect rather transaction really They were searching for your competitor and a happened upon your landing page right or something along those lines. They saw a banner ad they couldn't help. Click and these are sort of like transactional but important a start relationships. But if you find if you're able to attract an audience that is engaging with thought leadership content that comes to your events that is coming that thinks about you and your brand as again a convener. A market leader place. I going learn for free and get value and growing my career You're starting from a very stable and important Place in that in that sort of customer journey and we found a gain cited. Those are the customers that ended up renewing that end up being engaged as advocates that are referring their own customers When they go onto to their next job they're going to bring you in Into into that. That new company. So i think the relationship based marketing is is a scalable way to like in. I said another way brand building community building is a scalable way to drive demand over the long term. It takes time though. I think that's where you know. We got a number two hit. And you know this quarter. It's very hard to sell the vision of seo strategy that takes time and sell sell that vision and so you need to do the paid media stuff in all these things to kind of like bridge the gap for that long term. But i found it. Nothing has been more sustainable and scalable from demand creation perspective than building a content marketing strategy and event program. All of these different things that we had a bubble up into community. So that's i think the the the piece of how do you sort of tell that story. I mean i think you need the funnel metrics needs to show you know. Hey we're growing our newsletters. Subscriptions you know number of insiders that signed up. This month has grown xyz or now nurturing those folks were generating mql's out of that that audience all that type of stuff So you can get. Did you know build a.
"krishan" Discussed on Strength to Strength
"Were early on so god really worked at accepts. The changed my life again story for another time as shared with people justice sensitivity to people talk to people in the night. Orchids here william inches. Almost tears bomb where he wasn't the lord and so in answer that question. Yes like the story. I told him i at work. And maybe more gimmick way of reaching people Trying to listen to people had better conversations. Those more likely conversations. I had before and more like again in through this whole journey. Still what. I try to proceed. Was you'll following up with going out for coffee or something that someone. That's where a lot of this committed conversations. I we've very struggle. We need to preach the gospel to strangers as well not just sort of friends but but it is awesome relationships. Salal that i've had the most journal. Yeah yeah and you know. And and to talk about biz. It takes time for for for us to to draw people in especially in post krishan world that we live in. We can assume as you point out earlier that people understand the christian worldview and also as someone point out to people are inoculated to christianity. Either that they've just seen bad presentations of it especially Now we just a reality and so to actually show people at different way and then and tell people away takes time. I think about We have a gentleman. He comes into to our cafes atheists who become an almost five years and he not become good friends. I've mentioned before on stop and the friends were back with. He and his family and our family. The i remember you talking about the the street. Preacher college campus. I was yelling at the students in. Remember when you said that a couple of years ago. He came in quite frustrated in the cafe and our talking and he said that it was down campuses to street preachers yelling at the students Healing them and he was just angry about that and he told me he said you all here have such a different way about living out your faith love it. I love it and what's interesting is. He's an advocate for us on on different like atheist groups. Were people say hey. Are they kind of in your face people there. I see their christian place. You know in intel. He tells me about conversations. He has where he's saying. No they'll respect you anyhow it you know how do we. I don't know yet. How can i draw him in. I i don't have lots of answers. But i do know that. I think as you pointed out the gospels of jesus is not to the to the the center Normally and nasty confrontation. We can be really director or maybe also in even subversive You'll see that a lot in big in big cities around on campuses. what. I've done go downstream. I will go downstream person at try to talk to people like. Hey did you see or what you think. And if you see the faces of people walk past that those boost sidewalk prophets and how turnoff they are definitely take You know how ineffective it is but we can do something. Subversive still trying to reach people taking time out of your day and struggle conversations people because guess what now thinking about this topic down. If you're in a different line.
"krishan" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"Grab my caller. Look me in the eye and said if you ever think about swinging on me you better knock me out or tell me because i'm talking to you you just to say it's aggressive smoke. We have any problems he didn't even threaten the or what ever pops with all the way like gay. You've taken some game theory in your studies right. Pops did what they call a backward induction. He right he went all the way to the game. I know how this game is to. We don't need any of these other steps. I'm going right to my best response in my best response is if you swig or better. Knocked me out a kilby grass. Eight never looked that good grass look like days about the play. The us open another good one to finish us off. No name more location. So i was in high school Junior year male overweight kid over three hundred and fifteen townships quit football. Also that waste are hitting the gym feeling good so confident in the family gathering decide. You know what i want to take them. All man in front of my family started talking trash talking back and my dad is like you know. He's a thirty five year old. Like krishan working houston hot sun. You know don't take crafts. Nobody and he's the most with my family. And then when i started talking about within acting like where you going to do about it. He grabbed me by the negative for everybody to into the room and he told me straight up. You may be too old for spanking. You ain't never tool for beaten. So harrison's they i never took them on last night. I'm surprised he did you. The dignity of taking it behind closed doors it again. It seems these guys bisa. None of them had the dad to warn you. They all which straight to the logical conclusion. They all skipped every step. They wish straight to it. Do you think the dad was about to be embarrassed in front of his whole family. Front his queen no he. Apparently he did think that was going to happen and he was wrong. Wrong wrong wrong. Who else foot ladies and gentlemen phase of us joining us here on the right time. We do this three times a week. Gay best and handles everything behind the scenes. Thank you sir also thanked. You are if you haven't heard contributors thanks to andrew limbaugh g- of mpr check out his story or martin scalise wutang album being sold joseph society of ap check out his story about amazon. Trying to get in your front door door. Check it out. Also thanks to rachel. Lerman of the washington post check out her story on chat bots in healthcare. Who little bit spooky remember. Follow the right.
"krishan" Discussed on Everyday Talkies
"Had my dad had that our stuck onto that offer that touchscreen was another big thing. I got hooked onto that so those kind of things so gradually as technology at advanced i was hooked onto whatever came on i would. I wouldn't see on what iggy fleet that but whatever came to me i'll just so fascinated by the fact that it's so cool. It's a cool as it is an. I think i wouldn't see it as as straightforward but whatever came to me. I was just along with it. I thought that i would sullivan. Let me ask you this. Then where does writing fit into this. Writing is a torch lead like off. Krishan gonna have to write a different equation for that altogether. I think back in three nine. Nine hundred ten I did my high school abroad. So this is when i was aboard in the u. e. to be specific saw. I hooked onto pleading certainty. I started reading online on a platform which still exists. Now it's called what bad it's not as popular as it is as it was before would back then it was the folks it was so clearly everyone will crazy about it so i started reading online. What got me to lighting. Is i leave some books. And i'm like no this is not hi will how i would expect something. I would have it better. And then i started writing sewed onto beyond nickel kick me. Start planning things. The way i think i would like to see if it would in look i started writing and i have no hope. Some i was gonna be this. Abnormality of people are gonna read this whatsoever. I just wrote because it loved writing. I had no expectations of such. I started writing and figured out. I really loved what i was doing. I started i think back then. Also was when facebook whistle active Not as bill or whatever as out it was super active back then. So i started meeting other autos and what bad beside a creepy groups on facebook so we were super active. I was meeting and talking to people that have never met in my life before just online authors from all across the world and i started lighting so many books i think i have six out of three two or three a completed and one of them got shortlisted photo. There was this competition. I think the it came back to. India was a your studio. India accomplished by the times of india. One of my books made it to the finals. Like one of the final shortlists at and win but it was a it at each. The shot was a huge win for me but for some reason after i didn't vote. Whatever it is. I didn't get the dime dime on so many factors kick then. I started moving into my higher education at university. That's when i think. I caught that at each other. Lighthouse knock fees and. I've been struggling to get out of that even now. In between that i had tied get published through but the most leasing publishing story could would think just three to four months ago at tried sending my manuscripts stored on published show local publisher india. Nothing has no. nothing's gone through ad like nothing's cleared. pete. I'm still looking for permission. So i'm still in the blighters knock feed so this is the whole back behind it so you'll be started from award notes been four mo- more than seven eight years. Now you're writing and in spite of the writer's block. Okay let's ignore that fees and i've understood that basically breaks the best of in beings especially in india shows exactly. Let's ignore that. I should buy okay coming back with writing piece. What exactly dude. I doubt that any online which or even in print media audience can go at the especially. I would like to tell you the cia show. I think my most recent one of my my style of writing and my own with john v. i chose to write always fiction so always. It's all almost always. I just fictional stories One of them that the my latest one. Which i'm still fighting trump speeding. It's venkov company is a science fiction or some bogut yup so it's all available for free to read on. What if you look up for my name you'll find the dead. This is about nothing else. Actually i did write a short story. Which was a ten part book which was a spiritual best spiritual fiction. That wasn't one that got shortlisted for the contest but the meaning all of them were fiction. Gothic with examine in woodland. Suspense load was also. Yes yes nicholas. Tila suspense one and a little bit of. I actually didn't have straight-forward John they always tried mixing different. Genres is sometimes. I'd type put in a little hotter. John deere sometimes. Just mistreat pillow. But i tried to keep. It is a fictional as possible next app. That's my main gionta was really exciting. So guys arlington hobart by but the most direct link so that he can go about her earned. Yes will see her books. The pixel by that as one you were talking about writing the one thing. Which meant was that. You'd have your high school outside india so something about that because usually what we hear from appeals. Is that the undergrads or the puskas. They usually call in your case. It was different very early. Nearly so and that of the gods and how was studying the different from the trashy. I went there because my dad was. What can they all the while and might mean my mom and my younger brother your so just for a few years for the change of environment we just move decided to move their just for four years of my high school to be more than there and i and i think i didn't feel dot much of a difference because it's all indians there is it's so many it's just indians in every nook and corner wherever you go my school it was just. It was an indian school and the only defense was. We had a new language to learn but the syllabus was all in syllabus. I didn't find a difference. Dan but the culture i paint the culture. Because it's a it's a. It's a muslim country. We had different cultures. I think as a part of school. The school says with different classrooms be legal classrooms and boys had different blocked with themselves but apart from that school life was really fun was it was nothing different. I could say but the only painted misses all my amazing classmates had from late. One beats. I remember missing them. The last year went to school before leaving to the id member just going to school. Laws stage of stem stem everyone wages to pure but when i came back i made sure i slipped back kept in touch with them. Some of them where my classmates some of them joined christ with me some of them. I still keep in touch even now. So i'd missed. I didn't really lose touch with them so there but apart from that the old school experience was nothing different. It was really more or less the same. You're the only would would that. It's a same comes into the fact from an indian school and all of that check. But i'm going back to dating. You said writing. Saturday august nine on you know you have been gun tuning even know one thing which hooked me on what he was saying the aspiring author. I so do. I infer from that you want to pursue this professionally of sometime definitely because I did look at these options from. I've been looking at these options. Some longtime the moment. I know it's going to click. I will definitely stop everything. I haven't put big on that. Put my brakes on everything else. Just full speed ahead. Do what i get so until i reached that gunning point. I'm still looking forward to that. But i haven't reached there yet. So that's still my. It's still dead at the top of my head so once i get my hands on that when i know i've reached what i wanna do. That's when it'll be medic. My turning point of life not yet. I can understand living well paying job. You know stable live and then moving for something. That's obvious ski venture..
"krishan" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"Lieber and then deja neighbors like oh my god i just like playing with old ass outdated toys you know and it gives you a lot of pleasure to be like look how easy it look. Look look good. I did your. Yeah totally totally. I think it's the disproportionate enthusiasm describe. That really makes jarring to one thing to get the hand me downs and just being like oh this is nice you know but to act like you're the first person who wore it and get that excited i think is the really troubling troubling part. This next part is interesting. What did you find interesting challenging or simply different about the process of writing safe word versus other short stories. You've written that she goes. It was my first time writing this much about sex. And we could tell you. Say for official. But even so i'm fervently hoping my parents and the rest of my family don't she it if they're they're they don't care if they thought they'd be like oh. I think this is a little weird. But whatever and that's that's vision. Parents invest the most difficult part of this. That's very juvenile concern like their their parents. Don't see it that you're a grown person. Can you mentioned like you know the guy Flaubert the author of a madame. Bovery at a guy who wrote Lady chatterley's lover like book band being like. I was really worried about my parents seeing like this like these people are thinking very stuck in adolescence. Like it's a very juvenile type of naarden this to me. It's sexy. sex men sexy stories. Perspective comes not from jenny who is grappling with powerful. They're not read that powerful previously unconfessed desires but from her spouse who is somewhat befuddled by those desires. What made you decide to write from the husbands perspective. I enjoyed the fictional remove of writing from the perspective of someone so manifestly unlike me a straight white man in this case now so he did it again for your novel value privacy. Her novel is the same thing. Yeah yeah as i said. It's from the whole mainly from the perspective of the the white interesting. So i'm sure it must be a lot of weird you just saying that was deep. Trevor made it. That's what we were talking about Saying i might have been talking about something else. When i said that was ono after the concept was deep by he was only referring within this story at catch depart. No no the idea of catching that. This story was mainly from the The white man's perspective and that it was basically you know. Chris was saying that was the novel as well. He said that was the novel as though that's crazy so she's really. I kinda wanna read the search. It's interesting and it's also very narcissistic to kind of because when they might narcissist it's not which viewed themselves but narcissism is about other matching. How other people view you do. Yes well think about the layers of that shit. It's like what made you. The real question is hey. What made you write a fake interview with a fake interview. Were your fake friend. Asking you about what it was like to write about yourself from your fake husband. Oh my god you're just like there's so much false self because that's what mars is this really want they want you want to see themselves through someone else. They wanna see a false idealized version of themselves like they don't want to see their real selves warts and all through the other person's eyes and everything here is a construction the fake interviews constructed version of her talking about a a constructive version of her in a book. It's yeah you're right. It's the layers of artifice. That's a very good insight I value privacy. And then imagine yeah. Imagine imaginative remove can give me more freedom to be truthful to the story. I think offering a rolling bar tomato lavarra's per day. Oh i advanced pointing to my mask. That's a way to literary a reference for this executive that said i've been interested in trying to put aside the skies and i'm hoping my next novel will be less demographically mask so i guess more openly narcissistic clean. So i'm guessing this time it'll be from the asia ones yes of and the white boyfriends okay. Yeah so. she's going to be more open about talking about her. I guess it'd be more open bragging than you know putting the compliments in the mouth of A fake a fake other So the work of religion. The answer is not that not that interesting. Well that is interesting. None of that is in the tax so she goes I was interested in exploring what happens when they find themselves. Falling short of this Religious idea i. I grew up hardcore krishan to as soon as i read this new that she grew christian. Because it's such a clearly author self insert. I was desperately serious about it. Then in high school i lost my fate. I'd have stayed with it. If i could but i couldn't and i miss it and him with capital h. For god every day in genesis one of the first things god has us do is has us do is to name the rest of the earth i think i almost believe in some absurd childish level that if i work very hard in my writing if i do exactly as he said the absent god in whom i can't believe will relent. And he'll come back. That sounds interesting but it doesn't cohere at all. Like what does it have to do with naming the rest of the earth also that she really believed this story is going to bring back god. That's very self-important view of her own. She's interviewing herself like she's like the fucking second coming of some great film director. It's so bizarre that the interview is longer than the story. Yeah if you want to read Anisur marquan Uncle regina zang's she's way more interesting than this. I'm not gonna read the rest of it. Because it's just very boring your. She talks about cheese for hope so she so uninteresting. It's filton chevron relative di buffalo gouda tower. So it's just cheese a i'm awash with longing my god it talking about korean. Skincare that insects korean skin. Carry the and talking about the books that she's reading. It's pretty use us one last thing. I'll bring up. This is from the roxane gay. So he's another one of these fake interviews roxanne. So i guess this book It gets a big buzz. A buzz on guessing. This story gets a buzz buzz. Them thinking is property. Hurt just self. Generating the buzz. Like i think she i never heard of it yeah. Us senator to me. Yeah the same way The story in the same issue got published in already. Had enough of a buzz that required a second article about in the same issue written by our friend. I think there was probably always a plan to do this. Anthology of Know erotica by other blue checks. They should they should put blue check into like the title so called a king. They you know they should. They should have called it. Like checks and sex or something like you know. just just have this Blue check sex writing the most formalistic boring. We can make anything boring but it can kill. You know what i was gonna make sex addiction like.
"krishan" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"Think that we're gonna have issues with a few different segments out there. We call these skeptical laggards. Who don't want to pick the vaccine be second third fourth and then they let joe and i freely admit that i'm right there but we can into like yourself over the oh no it won't even take a year like i said i just wanna give it give it a few months. I and and i and i'm in the blink completely reasonable person out there so we think events then eventually. That's angriest rebirth. We don't do much for the anger display with your minds. Pretty much made up a then. We have the cultural sisters. These are these are people of color. Who and frankly no. We made some really devilishly. This system and They are rightfully was reserved. But we think we can convince slowly but surely half of those and then we have the antioxidant no way they're not gonna put the vaccine but when you look at the total resistance. We think we're going to be honest about a sixty percent. Willingness across the united states six hundred day but we know that we can get better about eighty two percent to take the vaccine the community so ill and we have about ten percent who probably going to be sick said would silt overset away from immunity. Right you're going to have some some places other than i don't think we're gonna quite get especially with this new variations. When it's all on the new variation that pushes toward the twenty percent off. Brent and i. i don't think we're gonna win the battle Least not this coming year. Report herd immunity years way Rose the united states looks as far willingness to take an action and you can see that Luckily wisconsin is pretty willing as much willing figure that we are but Indiana ohio chicago pennsylvania. When i was outed by states don't want the sexy very likely zet ann arbor or what's out yet already. Have newton space so they throw saying sign me up right and you know Up in the. Up we've got some young people want Saginaw that say county. Who's the most resistant. Their public office five percent. I mean if you switch that yellow to read this map would look pretty similar to another map country. I hadn't thought just an option just putting that out there. Yeah yeah as who did this study. Msnbc cnn bob carnegie this is carnegie mellon they did this survey of i think it's sponsored by the superset Fifteen thousand they actually get every county and they went through what they're pretty pretty diligent about this and man. I haven't thought of that. I i didn't realize louisiana was positive that read i got texas redder texas i guess attorney group. Liang's a sort of an idiot i'm gonna have to now. I want to over lamb curious. Yeah it's it's all the people that fled california because of the taxes in the laws of texas and still vote. The right i i had. I hadn't realized that that is pretty wild. Wow georgia georgia just turn blue and they visually so that that would be yeah barely out early. Wow but yeah it's interesting. Does all look lines a little bit More than a little bit interesting. Wow a great point. I just pulled us up today as percents in public. So it doesn't it doesn't match because if you go back like the mid the upper midwest and south is like very no and it's the whole upper midwest is a lot yes so yeah i i don't think it does match might be but like i said it'd be interesting to do an overlay in just. Yeah yes you are. What about well. Or or yeah. I mean you have 'cause asian and then you have coincidence but made it. It'd be interesting. yeah anyways. So that's the way that will really gonna lose. This is ecu social media. The reason i burn really miss this and social media and so right now. This is a shot of thirteen hundred music. Follow eighty five million books who Questionable vaccinations general. And this is two thousand. Nineteen this before covid. You can see the basically there two big groups. The first group is the who are scientists and vaccination advocates generally And there's another that's very. That's antidotes are against vaccinations and then there's a much larger group out of time to get things up. They're not really sure but you can see the generally the end of xers are pulling more with bringing over to them in the blue are over to that so the fight for that middle hesitant by the people who are on the ads and that wish you're on the advocacy side. What happens is that the scientists feel an obligation to tell the truth and we always talk both things up as a funny percent chance. There's an evening when we never really talk in absolutes. There's always a chance of something else will still. Everything's sort of an experiment. Things take a long time. To figure. Things out your. We're not very well. Sort of inaugural silos yellow fire. All we don't they don't talk to each other a we're nominal silos. Were and were. Were not very attentive of the things. We have beta note the number will they will convince people and of course so you know They're not going to be terribly you. They're not going to be exploited exit another van the we are super emotionally engaging emotionally. They've got lots of partners. No you touch a sighted. Son of on tile krishan. You're going to get invited to an added that almost one percent they got lots of scale. There they're motivated And they are focused on finding convince the end side of come over for them And basically the underside of the little. Don't trust institutions. The now they hearing a lot of looking pinch opinions. They want to have and the constantly hitting refreshed up. Know what's happened today. Right chapman science today. A lot of athens off. I mean it's amazing. Aliens of landed in wisconsin. We're what happens. Every the ended on the so at any rate and the real problem is that that this quote This is a face. This is a quote from facebook executive two-thirds of time this is a study that a user joins inexperienced book on facebook because our was actually recommended. So there there's a lot of you know so they're gonna be attract overdose. What was interesting. is that it turns out. There's a google monitors what's going on It's not in the us in the us. They actually look at how much false information democracy false make blowing through the internet and on average get this summer sausage remission. No but i'm i'm i'm going better than fifty percent. It has to be not not a percentage about how the volume the ask. Bob's number. what what. No one hundred dollars per hour. Gosh i'll throw i dunno quarter-million. Wow ten thousand de amounts of lean in incorrect stuck willing to brow on and interestingly on the day of the four the white resigned i know this is because they.
"krishan" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"Either exponential peyton jones. I am here today with christian and you'd better me how to pronounce your last name. I know everyone else is gonna wonder it's l. e. f. e. r. but it's capital in capital. Is it for. That's perfect the way he. I wanted to put that on. But you know krishan. I took french in high school. And all i can say is a hunger for cheese and may the force be with you. If you're french you can't tell what the heck i'm saying on either one so even those two phrases who failed me but christian welcome on For those of you tuning in we are here to talk about how to start a non-profit now funny enough Christian is the founder and ceo of christian nonprofit christian nonprofit. Your name is kirsten inside. Nonprofit dot com. And what's really cool. Christian is you and i spoke for maybe forty five minutes about a month. Five five weeks ago. And i literally was on the phone with Some planters out of my church plant in long beach this like maybe in the last fortnight and they were like hey man you got any leaves on how to start this without spending a million bucks doing it and you are the right guy to talk to because often planners feel like they can't really get a hand a hand on the money needed to start a non-profit. They're not part-time workers. They need someone like you to do it for him. And you know so as we jump into this. I'm excited because i talked to planners all the time i train planners i coach planners. I can't do what you do in. So you're filling a real gap i would say in the process for planners and so thanks for coming on today. Man thank you. You know that's what we're here for. I really appreciate you know having another opportunity to talk some of the people that are involved with exponential because the world needs what you guys were doing And like what you do. Our job is to make something that is complex and paik simpler so that you know. There's there's a reason they're not just Eliminating pain bu- mission going on here. That you guys are focused on so that you can help. People focus on their mission focused on the people and the programs and the things that only they can do. And and that's kind of what we're here for as well is to take all the bureaucratic stuff off your back and do it for us because you don't need to become an expert in something. You're only going to do once not search planner that i've met his ever been excited about. Hey i can't wait to go start a nonprofit and it's funny because the kind of the kind of people that usually end up being really good church planners they don't have the skill set to do what you do and so it man i. I'm excited. Because i'm i'm aware of all the.
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
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. How stuff works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking a comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bands and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join us every Wednesday and subscribe on apple podcasts for on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.