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"madinat" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"madinat" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And that's since I took a trip to the border, and I know people like okay enough, which you went to the border, but it has forever changed my life. Forever changed? My opinion of what illegal immigration is is what's at stake. When we turn a blind eye to what's happening down at our border here in the state of Illinois, what our governor Rauner. I just can't even in that clip this week. We're going to play that later about him saying, I didn't even want to be governed making people off money, please don't let me okay. This guy makes the state a sanctuary state and here in Chicago is sanctuary sanctuary city, so illegals taking the birthright of everybody in this room. Our ancestors built this country and helped to build this country. And we were promised things in at thirteen fourteen fits in the moment that our children would be citizens. If we're going to give that away that's unacceptable. So if nothing else. I want to employ that we can disagree on a lot of things, but I'm just appealing to you just as the blood, sweat and tears at of our ancestors was not meant for people coming over here. Invading our our country, and Barbara Jordan said it very well disproportionately affects those that are unskilled uneducated. So let's pretend you're on thirty first and Pulaski, and you headed north, and I just love it. So I'm driving down. My first parochial school was on right around in that neighborhood on twenty eight or something grace Lutheran. And I remember what it looked like. My sister went to a preschool over there. I remember what it looked like a nineteen seventy four. And then I drove down the street is great booming economy and not a not a vacant lot to be seen every grocery stores kinda see us. I don't know how to say that, you know, everything, thanks booming and dinners, and blah, blah, blah, does everything is amazing. Used to be a jewel and Walgreens they're no longer there. But they've replaced by something else that meets the needs of their community. But then you just keep driving. And by the time, you get the one of the viaduct the trae look at my community. I used to live right at twenty second amp Alaska red awning on the west side of the street. Three flat. Amazing. That's where we grew up. It looks like somebody took a grenade through it. And just close the door and said, okay, we're gonna empty vacant lots no, grocery stores, just trash everywhere. So you cannot tell me for it. I'm not trying to put your despite that illegal immigration is not disproportionately affecting our neighborhoods because the football fields. Soccer fields are aglow black school, this call's melody school is the Hispanic or listen, they're opening up schools left. And right. So I mean, I am for humanity period. And I would say without a doubt staff. But you have to be for humanity. I mean, if a black people though deserved we deserved. That's what I fight for our fight for humanity. And when I hear the vacant lots and abandoned buildings on the west side. That's why I'm running for mayor. There's no doubt that we can fix that. And our communities would be better. If we take away all the vacant and abandoned buildings. How are we going to get commerce? How are we going to get people to open up a mom pasta? When the regulations is to open up a store now the workmen's comp what they have to do. Just the open up a grocery store is not what it used to be. Well, I mean with the right mayor, and we can make things better. And we have to make sure that mother or father or family had bought a house back in nineteen seventy two that the values are appreciating right now in line Dell in Austin, those values are stagnant. Yeah. Vacant abandoned properties in Inglewood. It makes no sense that the city refuses to infuse investment in those communities. There's no way the Cabrini. Green area would be what it is. If the city didn't help it. I mean, there's no way Wrigley. Bill would be the way it is. If the city can help it to a certain degree people are going there spending money, they have commerce. They have a reason to go there. And that's and that's drawing the right kind of people. But really, yes or no for sanctuary city. I voted for sanctuary state. I mean, what am I gonna do say that we're going to? We don't care about illegal. Talking to him about what we have to sanctuary city for black people as well. Based out those go by you illegal. I'm not gonna rescue you get sanctuary Muslim writing a child. Right. And that's why we have to have sanctuary city for people that have backgrounds criminal records. There should be a Saint. For them as well. Send their kids to melodies school. That's now closed. What did they do? They get sanctuary education that we're talking about one in four black children in Chicago ten failing schools. That's a fact I'm glad you said it because the first thing you asked me, what will I do? I I said fixed education, turn it inside and out to give kids real shot at opportunities and out of gift themselves out of poverty. I'm going to take your call chip in a second really quick tiff good or bad for for the program shifts. If used properly as we see they work in certain communities, and that's why you have people going in by they're able to go shop in certain communities because tips have worked in those commitments you say if but you know, it's odd depending on unintelligent people handing out the Tiffany gotta tip, and they didn't even do away with tips that just makes cargo a place whereas opened is makes less less regulation, lex less taxes and fees that just make everybody wanna to come in and open up a business and not just I gotta know somebody to get the hook up. Get this tiff. And we know that's what's going to happen until we put somebody. So we put Jesus Christ in charge of handing out the tips. We know it's going to be flawed by human greed, so what we're just getting rid of the tip program and just make this a place where people can't wait to come here to open up a business because you remove that with all the obstacle that make it impossible to open up a business Rican fixed the tips and make it work for the west side, the south side of Chicago because they worked for other communities, but they're not working for the community that they were designed for all we have to do is work with Springfield and make sure that the tubes work, right? Let's say Mike Madinat work with Mike Madigan. And did you have a question? No. I was gonna say something about the tiff program. I worked as an HR manager at a manufacturing plant on fourteenth and kill bar. And I wrote a proposal and got us a grant to get two hundred thousand dollars worth of training for their company and it worked for us because that company is in the community is now moved to thirty first street. Sorry. They know where to go get the good. But this was back in two thousand three to two thousand six I was in and that money was it funded training programs in that area. So it does not some corruption. Yeah. But I just want to say, I know that it works. Okay. This wasn't the company that you work for where they hire people that weren't necessarily document. And then when when they were coming they would tell everybody will get new ideas, and you'd have to re this long ago time ago. This is not anybody who worked for now happen before. I started working my first initiative was to make sure we made everybody that worked. There was leaked news the e-verify because you would HR just shocks me that not everybody has to use e verify. No, it's not an I thought it was a line, Illinois. Okay. Hey, chip you've been holding a long time. You have a question or comment for Representative comment, and it seems like everybody wants to turn Illinois into saga accuracy. But instead of doing that. How about if we use the strange thing? And we had the people that we're going to be collecting pensions. Pay for the pensions that you're going to collect chimpanzee like we do because I know when you have got to pay into it to get something back. Their home stolen from those people. And we are going to have jockocracy, why don't we just go all the way. Why don't we just legalize murder? And I tell you something you guys sound crazy. We taxed murder, we wouldn't have so much of it. So. Well, you know in Chicago eighty percent of the murderers, go on soft. So so if it's a fear of tax exempt, you know, oh, gosh, they. I don't know if I want to pay that tax. I may not do that drive by today because I just don't have enough money. It's ten o'clock. Chimp? I tell you this if we're gonna do it just go in is what I was saying, hey, make too much sense to everybody or what? You are you're in Scottsdale there in beautiful Saint Charles. I love the community with the river. I just love that place that you guys people schools phenomenon. Chip. This is crazy. I bet you they educate all the kids at these great high schools, you have you don't have a high school, that's bad and one that's good. You gotta know somebody to get him to go. And I bet you to educate people of every color. That's a crazy concept. I don't know what you guys are doing out there and Saint Charles what's wrong with you. But it is for you from these schools, and they're all gonna be doctors and things thank you. I love chip. I'm so glad you held on three one zero five nine one eighty nine hundred. We're gonna take a quick break. And I promise I'm gonna shut up and make these with west side women from that that have a passion and love for the city. They're going to get a chance to ask the Sean Ford a question about his run for mayor. I want. What should I get? You a pony.

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"madinat" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"You talking about a team like the dodgers or the brewers just these is information, I organised Asians. I do wonder though, you look at the dodgers in game one of this World Series. They bring in Ryan Madson and Madison would I forgot what he did. Anyway, he was bad. Game one of the huge bat game too. I forgot exactly what sequence was. But he came in. And he said after the fact like, oh, yeah. I wasn't really warm yet. He was taking me longer to warm up because it was cold because it was super cold and windy and Boston and conditions terrible. And you can do all the math that you want. But at the end of the day, if you feel like mathematically, this is the guy we bring in and he's just ready, then everything goes out the window because what matters the most is you're taking all this data player performances, and whatever they do when they're at or close to one hundred percent presumably because that's when they're taking the field. And then if the guy just isn't warm just doesn't feel good. That's it. And that's that is probably where the gut feelings come into play. If you're a manager. You know, you can't ignore your all the time, you should ignore your most of the time it lies to you. Except for when it tells you that you're hungry than you. Listen to your good. Gotta gotta have who'd grabs fingers. But otherwise if you've guy who's just not quite ready to perform, then everything goes out the window. And you would rather have. I'm not saying this is true. But let's say maybe you have Ryan Madinat by warming up at the same time in game one. And let's say that maybe the numbers say the mas- even ten percent better against the next batter. The next three batters of than bios would be but buys warm as an isn't you go to bias? It's it's just that that easy now when I say, it's that easy. It's not that easy. It's incredibly difficult. But like there is still room for some second. Guessing for the problem is that we don't know the specifics of that room. Like, we wouldn't have known Ryan Madson wasn't worm until he said after the game. Oh, I wasn't warm yet. And and so you can say it seems like well, let's call it second guessing what it is. I don't like that decision because it didn't work. Let's what it comes down to. But you can't at least if you take a team like I can't really say as a fan. I don't like that. Because I have my reasons and it didn't work out because you don't actually know what the reasons would be. Because intellectually they have thought it all through right? Yeah. And the people I talked to didn't say we should never be questioned. And we're always rate. They said that there are times when having more information can mislead you and steer you wrong. I don't have a specific example. But we could imagine how that could happen. You have some piece of information, and it seems significant and ultimately, it's not an it's just confusing. You and someone who doesn't know it might make a better decision than than you and take the longer view. And so that's one thing. And you know, they're still I mean, I talked to one analyst who said, you know, they're doing everything they can to emphasize that small samples. I mean, they do factor in hot and cold streaks and better pitcher matchup histories to some extent. There's like a little analytical value there apparently. But it's worth by the larger samples and they've tried to emphasize that. But you do still get occasionally managers who will. Fell in love with a certain player for a reason. That's not really rational. And so he said, you know, if decision just seems completely country to the projections, and there's just no way we can justify it. And also it just so happens that this hitter has been hot lately, and is, you know, eight for fifteen against that pitcher or something maybe there's something there where it's just the miniature buying too much into that small simple performance. So there's that. And you know, I think that there are times where you can have lots of great information, and it just doesn't translate into the best possible decision. And and beyond that. I mean sports are supposed to be fun. We're watching to have fun. We're talking about sports to have fun and people like second guessing managerial move..

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"madinat" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Have any risks. I don't feel like I'm personally at risk. I've got food and water, and I have lamps battery operated that are fully charged them one of them can charge my phone. So I've got all my bases covered has. She thought about the fact that cell service may be interrupted for a few days phone. I got a phone rotor. Kony go out right bar band. This is a couple we found out that the bidder Clinger's clangers. Barbara Bradley, Wilmington, North Carolina hair. Bradley, bitter cleaning are braided, no word Madinat. And we've seen lots of storm. Come. We're staying Eddie. That's better than the basement. Stay in the basement. That's where to struggled part of Hassi. We got our patriots. A ham radio moved up. Guys aren't worried about the storm surge at all. Next door church mean like an energy. They can plug their cell phone in their fine. Okay. Me a lamp based rechargeable Plugger into the wall. She do just fine. Council. Wind up with your hand crank. I got memento bucket out there. So they're going to be okay. Well, okay. I wish you the best of luck on the hand the hand of salt water, but we'll see. I think it's pretty good against salt water. We just hope everybody's safe. But foolish fish. We'll go have fish for dinner. You know, the people like that guy. Who said, you know, he's got the four foot wave crashing into his house. So he's..

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"madinat" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Are not so much. I just want to say one thing before the guy's not. I'm not team anybody. I just reported on these stories, and I actually hate the fact that these two women are going at it with each other like that actually is. Yeah. It's very sad. To me. I feel like like I said I was just in South Africa. Everybody was getting along. I think we need that energy. You ain't been beefing over here is beginning to tie wrappers period, just women's. I think this is spiraling out of control too much says terrible negative. And I think we've seen it. The worst. We ever could in hip hop and big important back, right? It's always been. Team anybody. I do like cardio. We'll get to promote the terrible attitude. That's the truth to the Madinat. Yeah. The terrible attitude and everything that people say about Nikki when they say, she does a lot of things behind the scenes that piss people off is absolutely positively true. And I've seen her I judge people based off how they treat people that can't do anything for them. And I judge them based on how they treat people that I know a good people. So I didn't even about me. I've seen her talk crazy to the one person in particular. I'm like, yo you talk crazy about hurting. I just don't I don't rock would, you know, more, and we all in this room know that person she wants to tell ya one day, and she will who radio personality, legendary radio personality who has never said anything bad about anyone. Okay. Yeah. I'm with Charlemagne. I just I just don't like negativity in nastiness. And if somebody's nasty, regardless of who you are I'm gonna tell you. I just feel like Hardie is winning so much right now whether or not Nikki messes with her like keep winning Nikki very slick Nikki does like all day yesterday. I see what she does a tweet and this show. Could what she likes it all her to see it. It's a batch signal the start attacking that person. She knows you'd be doing. So I'm not mad at any energy that she puts out. She's definitely going to receive back. But I wish. Oh that was nice. Did you get your answer t-? Well, thank you. I appreciate it. But we love you though. Yeah. Loves back. All right. Well, what we're talking about you? Well, since we're talking about entering the wrong person's home. That's how good buy a home invasion robbery that went wrong because it was the wrong house. Also because of this weather this hurricane Florence. We'll tell you about some casualties if you're planning on going to a festival. All right. Well room is underway and guess who's doing and they go. He is the breakfast club. Good morning, and from divorce court judge Lynn Toler will be in a building this to.

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"madinat" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Out. Today excuse not. Easy Yes? Those. Two guys who were doing the. Commentary yes on the video game tournament allies you, Clayton was one of those. Who was killed His name. Is really popped up here in southern California because he's a, former Calabasas high. School student who apparently was a member of the football team the other man killed was Twenty-seven-year-old Taylor. Robertson of West Virginia but verse Virginia but I, think, there are about nine other people who were. Injured. In this attack by this David. Katz who then killed himself at this tournament yesterday Cats have been competing in. The tournament earlier that day he lost to a man named, Dennis Allston Austin. Said I beat them I went to shake his hand to tell good game and he just looked at, me and he did not say a word There are about one hundred and fifty people involved, in the two. Day event including players and spectators they were competing for a chance to play in the final. Round in Las Vegas so this is how they promoted it. This is, your chance to. Earn your spot in the first majors live finals happening, October twenty eighteen and again in case you didn't know this is the This is the twenty nineteen. NFL Madden game apparently cats is listed as the twenty seventeen Madinat championship winner here's, the commentators at another gaming tournament recently describing David Katz as.

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"madinat" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Flash flood we, actually have some video. On bone TV check this out this video of this brand new cars lowdown. Going. Down there Whatever you ready Videos posted, on Caoimhghin Madinat Having, social media show vans sedans and tracks bobbing down the, pacman, river next to Chrysler Jeep, dodge dealership in little falls and then smashing. Into each other under route Forty-six overpass a towing company owner said that it took hours doll hall all of the. Vehicles out of, the thing, my buddy Iraq Iraq He lives up there, I guess and, he put, some, videos up on his Facebook page of cars with the, tags, on them and everything just, fall down the street in the muddy river. Into the walls that's gotta be horrible if you own that dealership Joey I would like to apologize I did not. Send Joey that video He's probably going nuts right now I I apologize that is my fault I will take full responsibility for that. I did not send him, the, video for that dick move. Well that's that's one yet one Joey Researchers at the university, of Maine create a, set of chopsticks the deliver an electric pulse. Every time they touch your tongue why, would you want that for dieting reasons while they found it enhance the flavor of food without any salt the chopsticks. They used but they could use it to perform, to so if you don't wanna use chopsticks they were able, to make food's taste salty sour and even better just, by changing, the, frequency, of the charge easy but they say a? Lot more. Research is. Needed and it's not clear if. There, are any. Side effects yet so. Don't call electrocuting yourself with a fork. Just to you know hey guys how's it going with the. Whole, cancer thing nothing there. Tinguely, grain Few saw it anymore we name? For the. Tinley for Would you like to? See a bunch of people playing CDC at? One time what do you mean And? A bunch of guitarist I five hundred Qataris Austrailia got together at a festival and played highway to hell by a c. d. c. at the same time to set a new world that we have, this, up on TV right Joe we got this one here we go Do we I don't know Oh man? What's wrong? With you today Did, I. Not send this one either By the way. I'd like. To point out one thing. All right we're all gonna play together we're, gonna play this song that's? In four four time.

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"madinat" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of. Course but there was that and there was the Tiger Woods great display in the final round of. The PGA championship. And now the news broke client Smith is ending his holdout, that that sounds like a good day I. Would say, so it's been a, good last twenty, four hours your your your motor rather was revved up pretty hot. I mean whether it was tiger it was blanking Nissim blank and. That like a sailor throwing the f. word around I was trying to educate, before we went to the. Cubs game I was, trying to educate my wife on Tiger Woods, and we're they say. And Like how how out of the blue this run has happened when you, compare it to eight months ago and Pat Boyle was tweeting us yesterday to texting us asking what's the competent. I think you had a good cop Pat mentioned it first Peyton Manning is probably if tiger can win that he. Can win that major it will be manning like remember manning, came back and actually won a Super Bowl. Now we, can have the conversation, as long as, you want about whether or not he was an innocent bystander he. Was actually leading the way regardless Peyton Manning coming back from the. Serious neck surgery how many did he have did he have three or four, next Tigers had four back surgeries I always funny, to about and if you didn't hear the interview with Joe lacob who is tiger's caddy go back and listen to the podcast after the show's over and, listen to the? Inference that he makes about had he. Had the right. Surgery the first time or he makes veiled reference to the fact that this surgery. That he had that he's now, playing with and playing successfully with may have been the right path before the surgery prior to that that was a really interesting take yes absolutely so yeah it's. A feel good Monday I Joe Matt and also today the one thing about a lot. Of our athletes in town? In all these different sports and former Bulls, and bears two we see. Them still, out, doing stuff Derrick. Rose raising millions of dollars for kids in scholarships joke noise back in town doing some good stuff Anthony, Rizzo we talk about, all the time absolutely cubs get a day off and they're raising money again for those in need and Joe matting hosted his golf outing today Jesse Rogers was there and you got to listen to this stuff about how the process works of choosing David Bodey, to pinch hit when maybe the stats may. Or may not say to go with boaty in that. Situation and how detailed these discussions are, not just on the bench but with guys who aren't, in the dugout this is a really good. Interview earlier in the day Jesse sat down with Joe, Madinat jobs golf outing with Joe mandate is. Respect ninety golf tournament which we will get you in a moment you're, raising tons of money for your respect ninety foundation, but? The, city still buzzing after last night I don't think, anyone's asked you a couple of these on the bench but you chose David. Bodey in that crucial moment why well. I'd seen Mattsson in the past and I was I. Knew that he'd been reverse, split guy in his.

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"madinat" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"That's exactly right. So do you, do you have like a thing like, no, we're not gonna have Julio Jones on on a hill around Madden team. I'm gonna have a lot of guys on my manatee Julio Jones could be potentially candidate for Amana team ozzy's. Another explosive wire receiver, a big stat guy, big playmaker type guy. So we may want him have him on my team, but we wanted to keep his talk as low. What's that? By the way? I mean, this is pretty crazy. I can't imagine, you know, I'm vain. So if you did this for me, I go, I go crazy. I would hang this in every room in my house. How's this strike you to be the cover guy. Was a tremendous owner, obviously growing up as a kid playing Madden. My brothers in me, look the four to this game coming out every summer, not only the compete with ourselves, but compete with friends and to be a part of the game to know what players playing what teams will work with. And I think it Shaked a shape Dow future, you know, to be an NFL because they make us film apart a game getting mad and for me to be on the cover of not shortening in a blessing a miracle. I remember two thousand eleven. When I tell it was trying to tell you what type of player I was capable of being and Madinat prion even have me write it on the game, and you know, look up seventy eight years from now to see him on the cover. Also from being in the ninety nine club. I know bins is Bowman, but you know is is also great to be like to make calls to people upstairs all the audit time, and you got to really go for God and and call on God for these moments like this man, you can't take for granted, so I'm extremely grateful to be on the cover. It's the deftly honor. I can't believe you face all the seven years later. Now you have to bring up. It was eight years ago. They announced that you were going to be. You're gonna merge is the best wide receiver in the NFL I expressed cynicism. And now when I'm wrong, I say, I'm wrong. Like in dirty dancing, I laid that see that. Yeah, you, you can use that late. Great. Jerry Orbach said those bags up -als. What about, let's talk, oh, by the way, yet you got to of your cute little boy's running through here and they're playing Madden as we speak here. Where do you come down? Because I got the little ones at home.

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"madinat" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"In the central this july ninth the cubs are fifteen games over five hundred fifty one and thirty six still second in the central but only a game and a half behind milwaukee and hanging around joe madinat dugouts alive the whole time we get when we get a little bit behind the the guys are still very much alive then abbot is good i mean we're a week away from the break i could talk about sixteen at this point we were limping into the break and i think for the most part we're getting guys back the guys that are playing are playing with a lot of energy right now so i don't see any fatigue necessarily right now a long plane ride west to san francisco unlikely to dampen the enthusiasm especially since the cubs could party on the way in celebration of all star selections for harvey by as wilson controllers and john lester kyle hendricks pitches against the giants late tonight milwaukee's in miami st louis seven and a half games out of first will be in town tomorrow to face the white sox and they're all star jose abreu you socks game today sports psychologists can revisit died of heart attack at seventy he was a consultant for the cubs confident of joe mannion's bowls guard zach levine told the spn a few days ago he was disappointed that he had to go searching for another team this off season getting a contract offer from the kings that after the bulls matched it yesterday levin clarified back i wanted to i wanted to deal with the cargo i never watch regardless whatever happened with that behind i'm happy the play by play man he says is excited to do so for the next four years the summer bowls lost last night there often vegas today blackhawk prospect campus next week firstrounders adam gilchrist and nncholas boat in will be there federer listener nishikori and rounded shell one in the men's draw earlier the doll is winning so as del potrero and novak djokovic she'll be on the court soon serena williams reached her thirteenth wimbledon quarterfinals with straightset win today eleven seat angelique kerber the highest remaining woman after seventeen carleen applicable lost nothing happening at the world cup today some.

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"madinat" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on WREK

"The world rainy season disastrous how do you get medical supplies to folks you need helicopters or other elements and they thought well these drones getting faster cheaper more more abilities what if we loaded medical packages on the maybe starting with little to pound medical kit but now with the fast paced emergence of drone technology those drones we've gotten more and more capable in this company called madinat has now proven that out i in haiti delivery little supplies now in africa other places and we're seeing this emergence of drones being able to be a petition key part of the supply chain across healthcare a not just in emergencies and disasters and developing world but potentially here in the us as well well if we're talking disaster in the emerging world we don't worry about regulation we're talking about here the united states and we're talking about let's just do this routinely now we're talking regulation of course the the fcc the faa every three little rock fda everyone's going to be involved in this and for good reason you don't want drones falling out of the sky and and running over your running of your dog in the lawn but we do need to think smart ways to naval some technologies to emerge and the faa is looking at how we smartly regulated you go across the border to canada or europe and the regulations are less companies like amazon do a lotta deliveries they're now working outside of the us to prototype proved safety not just the drones themselves but the software the systems the gps had you deconflict these flying objects they fly down street lions lots of issues and challenges some of which are less urgent of let's say if you're in rural tanzania where there's very few roads and a big unmet need to deliver an emergency the blood supply or a.

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"madinat" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"madinat" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Please big guy we are a course and culture we have an on kind wing their wedding folk vote him or not whether you support him or not most people on great donald trump is not a kind man he is aimed meaning man heath crude is poor aids says horrible things he's insulting and it seems to me that with all of this anger enraged pouring at us at all with all this bad news coming at us every day the most defiant thing we can do is show on common acts of kindness no my will joe scarborough joe scarborough of calcutta there suddenly suddenly he thought meryl he's the laurel barometer of the united states oil wang clank but listening to this it does bring to mind something so important critical the actions the words in the images that you and i talk about every day and bring to people's attention they said well why why why are you talking about that movie oh why are you talking about that singer why are you making light of that rapper i'll tell you what because the cumulative impact of that kind of cultural toxic waste the visuals that our children's see the books they're reading about bondage and and replacing madinat love you know the the fifty shades of grain all that crap dis contribute it's too a darkened heart of our society and then you get crazy people mentally disturbed people people with an ax to grind and they explode inside somewhere in its these images the hate the hot talk all the vitriol spewed the political bloodbath deemed bible of that any it tells and drive some tease matt acts and then we want to ring hands or point the finger at political enemies that is that's the most fassel analysis if words had that impact what is the impact of celebrity visuals crude and violent movies and images and film and music the power of all of that again changed the heart of man is profound and there're places the things that matter and it's nice to hear joe scarborough talked about of course and.

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"madinat" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on WCTC

"With please big we are a course and culture we have an on kind wing their wedding folk par handler not wedding support him or not most people and curry donald trump is not a kind man he is aiming man heath crude these rulings says horrible things he's insulting and it seems to me that with all of this anger and rage pouring at us at all valve is bad news coming at us every day the most defiant thing we can do is show on common acts of kindness no my joe scarborough joe scarborough calcutta there suddenly suddenly he the moral he's the moral barometer of the united states oil wang clank but listening to this it does bring to mind something so important critical the actions the words and images that you and i talk about every day and bring to people's attention and he said well why why are you talking about that movie your why are you talking about that singer why are you making light of that rapper i'll tell you what because the cumulative impact of that kind of cultural toxic waste visuals that our children's see the book they're reading about bondage and and replacing madinat love you know the the the fifty shades of grey and all that crap dis contributes to a darkened heart of our society and then you get crazy people mentally disturbed people people with an ax to grind and they explode inside somewhere in its these images the hague the hot talk all the the the victory all spewed the political bloodbath they in bible of that any it propels him drive some tease matt acts and then we went to ring hands or point the finger at political enemies that is that's the most fassel analysis if words have that impact what is the impact packed a celebrity visuals crude and violent movies and images and film and music the power of all of that changed the heart of man is profound places the things that matter and it's nice to hear joe scarborough talked about of course and culture conservatives have only been talking about the course of course and culture sensei now 1966 but what we we we repair that culture by our own example by our own selflessness by our own determination to do what is right in spite of how it feels sometimes doing right doesn't feel mother teresa was like a whole for fifty years didn't didn't even feel god's presence fifty years rica's diaries.

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"madinat" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"To twenty your window it will show much more of the growth impact of having what say fifty percent corporate tax and while it may take a while for that to pay pay off i think it pro probably up more quickly but over twenty year period if he could estimate with growth will be this taxcutting others will pay for themselves and the a longterm impact on the national debt and deficits red ink will look a lot smaller tattoo after you've had told me it was the guy pushing for that he wanted to twenty your window and and you're right there's nothing in the law i mean we look when i was an omb years and years ago as reagan i believe it was a twoyear window flout and then it went to three and then it went to fis and then in recent years has been ten but there's nothing in that budget reform act of 1974 there's no laws constitutional madinat there's nothing is just convention such change convention that that i could we have a 20year window it should say to people look this is at least the twenty or tax cut fucking disagree writer x years that makes it much easier sarah we're gonna build the factory it will take a fifteen years ago their money back but lee the taxes will be x for twenty years and we can we can plan accordingly so that makes economic sense makes growth since it makes corporate planning said through something that should be steve moore on tuesday the socalled group of six is going to release there talking points on taxes about that how specific it's going to be fifteen percent corporate tax loophole closers what can you tell us well the first of all let me just crack you a wind small little thing that you said that i disagree with what you said that we know it.

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"madinat" Discussed on Women Worldwide

Women Worldwide

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on Women Worldwide

"Rule f so happy you're here and then talking about sheens migrated is the there's always something going on the let's let's give a little back history so you started in financial services uh believe leaving moved over to for a suitable goals in hr and then find once your business so maybe can tell us a little bit about your journey to become a business owner absolutely um you know i often characterise my career as a series of hoppy accidents i'm i'm probably not the most landfill person when it comes to my own career i know that they're people i've known over the years who were pretty clear about where they wanted to be when he was thirty in where they wanted to be when they were forty cetera cetera um to me i always always held out the um in mission of being on my own at some point and working directly with leaders but how i got there i i i wasn't exactly sure how that to transpire a figured it would be a sort of a much more organic process in it have been so i started in financial services out of college because i had studied economics as an underground um and then in the course of the first third of my career on i decided to go back to graduate school and focus on corporate communications because i realize that that was um a naturally strong area for me i'm hoping people in general translate ideas strategies rod concepts on to be able to connect with different constituency groups that have an interest in madinat.

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"madinat" Discussed on News 104.5 WOKV

News 104.5 WOKV

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on News 104.5 WOKV

"All stable middle class will be eliminated america must better prepare workers for this dramatic economic shift yes are our policy makers must accommodate globalization and technology technological innovation refocus the economy and changed the nature of the workplace him retrain the old uh an idled to the government and those were governmentfunded social hand now workforce remove government whose efforts create an cure worse than any disease possible that does create problems well while the socialist left believe that ordering high minimum wage regulating payment and raise says well know this no business kim pay people more than they produce subsidies don't were actually the poor and middleclass paid for the subsidies so yes we do celebrate america and we celebrate our freedom and independence we must embrace globalization advancing the education of our work force while you know yes it important it's important that we do have advanced degrees but the high school diploma is also going to be a foundation degree are workers must be able to build repair service the autumn asian of our future are bitcoin question is whether we can make the necessary changes induce oh without significant pain avoiding social stress the process has begun we are americans remember our values and traditions that have made us great have faith based boundaries we had madinat visory services do so be proud to be an american we are so those are my thoughts and it's time that we take and information time out so we can make some capitalistic advances for the station and you right on time hate while i can't believe this so they tillis news 1040 five wokv smart money i is ten twenty did you did you now the inventor statesmen an founding father ben franklin several interesting class following his not surprisingly enough many items his family including a printing press business to his daughter his musical instruments to soninlaw that you can.

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"madinat" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"madinat" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He was pronounced dead advocate christ medical center there have been over three hundred and twenty homicides in chicago this year while top leaders in the white house and senate met behind closed doors today the house move bills on governor rounders reforms republicans called the move fake gop representatives steve anderson accused democrats of abandoning negotiation since two ran through plan you have no idea how lo i will go to our abujamal you have no idea but that's only me but the but the point here is you do this now you interrupt those negotiations house speaker mike nategh introduced a thirty six and a half billion dollar spending plan is asking republicans to share the blame for a tax hike that will help pay for it all we're getting early information about the tourney nato's reported in the plains and midwest tonight strong winds baseball sized hail damaging structures and parts of iowa and wisconsin here's sheriff nancy hove of pierce county iowa it a little going between is barred as house in an ethically madinat foot tack he couldn't goal while as by low in goal of the top of the hour so it it is to brief lying everywhere of the trump administration has set new criteria for visa applicants from six mainly muslim nations and all refugees that require close family or business ties to the united states move comes after the supreme court partially restored president trump's executive order the catholic archdiocese of sydney australia says vatican cardinal george pell will return.

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