17 Burst results for "Mangal"

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Pal. Is that happening absolutely. That's a great great question so like events you know people really looked at event events critically even always existed in. We've all gone comfortable with the way events for happening right because because it was big economic driver like a lot of money going into events and they had the budgets right So nobody had the. I would say one. Nobody had the need to even re look at whether audience really efficient rate. So what if you. If critically analyze events the big value movers people bring the presents to an event and because of that present star value gets unlock right. Sometimes it's new job offer. Sometimes it's a new million dollar deal or investments offers very very big valuers in these events are right and but the unfortunate part was that eighty five percent of the expenditure in the dark ornament was material expenditure right so things like for the venue being for electricity being for security being for p. coffee tissues that all of that and that would have that used to make events inaccessible to the to the upstarts right. Who the the to to the pioneer. Who is in the waiting on. Let's say you karma chain or someone who is who has such a great idea that he wants to get lays the world right for all. Those events became inaccessible and then they will be dependent upon the information. Middleman of sorts would organize conferences. Were big on his and again ended up just taking a lot more time to reach a larger audience right. So what is now happen is that the world has expedients digital events. The baby the baby's bronx have been bid are equally and many more effective than physical events because in a physical event there is a lot of physical constraints like about like concerns about participation concerned about time and space could only do only rented for eight hours. And you would only do. Let's say six sessions and he could only fill four hundred people. I'd love these constraints. I follow people join and again off again constrained right so and again the amount of connections if you if you one of your physical experience. I'm sure he would have also gone through some awkward expenses. Man you know some conversations you are just sitting through. You did not really enjoy those religions. Used to any of our something interesting happening right. You're right digital. Did it allows you to do that. You can you can just. We'll in an instant from a boring conversation for something super exciting. They the relevance of the people that you meet digitally could be a lot higher right and deacon through digital channels..

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

03:22 min | 4 months ago

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Got it. And how does someone Start a relationship with with ami. What's what's the process to to get started it's fullest. Also you know product where you can anybody can go in dot com. Just get started. We have a free forever plan where you could do. You know events up two hundred people you get our four product absolutely free the and missiles which are not in the plan but then many communities especially student communities and Many i would say not for profit community. They've started using cleveland. Senator use it right. One hundred people is a good number and and when you do a guard in when you do a session later. Military's in his life team session on social media zana's it's it's easy to get started and then At various points in the product journey. Or you get to you know of appointment with the bronx. She has run on something if you want if you if you have a question in mind the older have a twenty four seven support lounge right so they actually a physical space that we created using our own product. They're all estimates are always welcome and they would always find at least four or five people from my team who are available to any trouble shooting to a denigration. It would just go to that input seven support lounge. The link is on and you you can see that that was an mighty misleading on those tables and join any illness stables howard jack with you to meet employees and explain to them your question or a problem they will solvent than in there a real person real person as a in store in store service kind of virtual in store service. Experience is what we have already so you mentioned early on. I think That you're doing four thousand events a month is at that. I remember that correctly. Yup yup and you start late twenty nine nine you get the the sort of the seed round of which i think was about three million dollars if i read it correctly from people who had invested with you before and your previous company. That's that happens in just when you know march or so just when the world is kind of waking up to this In nineteen awareness and then later in the year you managed to raise a much bigger A series a round A lot of money and so so. What's got people so excited about it. How did you do. I think the the ramp from like the fireside the first fireside chat to four thousand events a month a year not even a year and a half later has largely been driven by word of mouth or referrals right. I mean it's not it's it hasn't been big advertising campaign or anything so you're getting a tremendous amount of traction from you know regular people telling other regular people about it. And then you're also attracting sequoia in this square india in this case For your series. That's serious money from a serious firm so what's happening. Why is it. how's it. How's it how's i.

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"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"And maybe other connections can happen with the other people are it so it's it's in some sense the presence economy of sorts that multiple currencies getting exchanged some people are extending social capitals on people are extending actual money. Some people are changing it for demand generation but then this is a very nascent state of the economy and we actually building and organizing that. So help us understand. The difference. say we're used to. I'm trying to think of how many conferences i've been to that. Were all web. And i think the ones that i have been to have been have been sort of like what you described there. The there are essentially the conference the way it always was. But your sitting there watching it for eight hours or whatever as you said you know. They may have breakout rooms. For example they'll put you together with a couple of other people and there's a topic or that's the networking or or whatever. What's what's compare that. What people what i think most people are used to to. What what an air meet experiences like let so we have a real good understanding of you know we should check this out so Meat is the both mix of informal and formal Flavors toward event right so the former fluid event is when all your programmed content programme activities happen and informative win. The participants also have a degree of freedom to create their own conversations. Jump into conversation they didn't like and so that is what the in naturalist bill that uniqueness up here which is the author of a much bigger deal momentum degree of participation to the themselves so okay with that so without the meeting organizer needing to be involved for example. Yup yup absolutely. Okay all right. Because i'm thinking about like zoom if you're not the meeting organizer you can chat with somebody if they let you see everybody else but it's just typing it. It's not you can't talk to somebody on your own so armee air meet allows you to do that absolutely and social lounge thing. Is that what i read about. This social lounge feature is that that sort of beginning thing where you were talking about. you know. we're looking at a blank screen or a static screen versus having an experience while while you're waiting for the meeting to happen or something or is it some sort of social social lounges. Where you have to wait for the star and that is that is very you know you can. You can take a seat and then become available for other people to come and join in our conversation. That was our minimum product to bring about an talking expedience in place operating expense and and the baby of designed. It's like a top down view of a banquet tables where you can. Actually you know more and does it on a table and then smoke one other..

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Experience also very intuitive you sort of presents you a top down view about what you'll ballroom about virtual banquet or the ballroom where you have abel's every day we can have specific label for example as if your audience if you are connecting award you'll meet up you have. I'm sure you have an audience. Large audience for your podcast. You might want to just have a what's been meet and greet with your audience right so On an meet you can actually the what should they will as a. Let's say if you if you know sub segments of your audience sex you choose to give a location as a way to come together or lexin interest as a way to come together. And you label that. Would you rule and people can just when they joined on. They find themselves in inevitable with other folks and they can easily switch out and go talk video right so that that degree of freedom that we offer to the participant. That is something that is that was unique at the time and still has to be unique. The baby represented and engaging for from the momentum of lands on an beat the incidentally getting gazed start looking at all the experts on his online. Y person is available on this table that has discussing with that person and let me join right waiting. Yeah okay so. When i when i hear you say that i think a couple of things come to mind i. It's almost like Augmented reality without augmented reality. So being put into these different rooms and stuff. I've i've been involved in some. You know things where you wear the oculus glasses and it's like spatial web or something where you're in. Obviously you don't have to do that to be on air me but it sounds like you're incorporating some of that part of the experience into my on the right track there absolutely bang on On the track. And you don't share something about something slightly non-conventional right. According to meet a brady radio under the age better be live to the much condemn your name any speaker. You can already find a lot of youtube videos at park from that person. Then why is it that you still get attracted to that new event. That is happening right. So why would people crowd to to listen to musk. Why would people still aggregate to listen to. Let's say a novel. Because there is a a non fungible value the presence of the person right so ilan content and knowledge is valuable but announced presented also very valuable and so we have been in the previous industrial revolution we have been able to successfully replicated products could replicate an iphone into millions of iphones and everybody could get their on. I four but we can be cannot do that with a person picket of economic mike right. So mike mike is one nonfunctional entity in the universe and Your presents can only be skilled cannot be appreciated right and your personal values so today it'll technologies like air meet our basically building the presence economy of sorts right so what essentially happens at an event is that I'm able to attract someone's presence dot is enough to attract presence of an audience. And then i unlock the value of the the whole aggregation poulet sponsors..

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"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

04:25 min | 4 months ago

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"What was intellectually what was what was their expedience lake and often every public event there was at least four or five people would come on on twitter and talk about how great this people people people did call on that. This is the future of conferences we did. We never said that. This is the picture of conferences but then is our is happy customers. Happy people ended in me this intervening nineteen december at the border between said the business Conference that gave us the confidence. And then then. I think of my investors previous company. I got with them and then arista. Cd's Cds a raise the st joan Early twenty twenty and then and then since then be hide what people are built the virginal department of be our just for what is inside of in on it and made a more stable product and then learned from customers learned a lot about the even industry as such i. I don't even industry. I i definitely have you know inexpedient windy but then the mindset of the person is organizing an event especially big unit Meter something which is which anybody can organize right and we we keep organizing house parties and beat up dot org capacities. Eddin movie will pull up on france major conference that that's a different persona rates. That persona who are you know as an active users and and gotta know that events that position very differently beat up is a has has a very local meaning bar a conference very high demeaning par right and those are two different platforms speakers of you. Look at these events differently of some speakers would not even come for a meter are only if the meet up is organized by so much over the very high prominence. So and then what does it take to make on prints accessible right stakes very high there. And why do people have parallel tracks and again approaching everything from very fundamental lens right where it makes sense in the western world rock right. Why would people sit through eight to ten hours In front of in front of a screen late for even if it is actually white sugar to be eight hours in a stretch be spread the word..

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"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"That was amazing. What said computer is a humble companion follows. It follows all of your instructions. That is so that was an amazing. There was something worth writing down. That's a great quote because one. It's so i mean you cut right to the chase. A computer does what you ask it to do right or your what you tell it to do but it also flies in the face of what so many other people who aren't don't have the same mindset as you is like the computer is always messing with you. You know it's like the computer's not your companion. It's your nemesis. Maybe so thank you for sharing that. I wrote that down. I'm gonna use that. Were your parents then. Would they think when you decide to leave. Sort of a you. Got a good job at oracle. It sounds like right out of school. That sound safe and you know on the right path and then you decided to do this. Startup was at okay or was that How is that. How is that perceived. Yeah so i did best waters by you know sort of painting a story of a friend who did leave the company and i got very you know. I would say unfriendly responses i. My parents were not very supportive of my friends. Decision court right. Yeah so so. I then decided to not even reveal to my parents that i've decided to start a company and then at least two months into my journey i did not even that i would just Impact living with maintenance but then on an automatic alerting them on board in. You know a jackets. It will always be ordinal operatives going on and everything is mine and my betas got to know when one of the leading newspapers economic times in india. Dig my startup as one of the innovative. Start the threat to me. And michael ponder the sort of featured on the startup section and that is when my bitter scott to know that. I quit my job and i'm pursuing something. So then they were less. I would say. I you know i would say agree. They did. They did appreciate that. I'm doing something worth pursuing. But then they did warn me around the risk of offered and they did you did. They do I would say the duty of at least diving me that how. I'm lying or a deadline. By which distracted license or something. Okay so that's a. That's an interesting strategy. You sort of floated out as a friend of mine and sort of wait for the advice and then you did it and didn't tell them but the news. The the sounds like the article in the newspaper. Sorta provided validation like the. Maybe the kids got a good idea here and like it.

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"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

04:15 min | 4 months ago

"mangal" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"La is the founder and ceo of air meet a virtual event platform for virtual summits and workshops. It's very souped up zoom. That's how i look at it. We talk about how his parents found out about him. Starting air when they read about it in a newspaper story they wanted his career to go in a different direction so he had kept that from them. And how he's betting big on. What he believes is the fundamental shift to remote work. He describes the computer as a humble friend. The follows all your instructions. I got a kick out of that here. We go with bislett mangle. Let welcome to the podcast. Actually i happen to be here. Yeah i've been looking forward to this because what you're gonna learn about today by the way is We've got a phenomenal entrepreneur from india with us today who's been involved in multiple companies in his latest. As you heard the introduction. Air meat is something. You're gonna all be familiar with kind of because for the last year. In plus plus most of us has been doing all of our meetings and conferencing extent. We were doing them on a video platform like a zoom for example. And we're all used to batter as used to it as you can be when you put aside the fact that you're not actually engaging with people live like like you're used to and let's current company is doing something really special with with video conferencing that you may not have ever seen before so it's gonna be really interesting to to to to learn about him and to learn about that as well. Let let i start every podcast with the same simple question. How did happen for you. And that's always a good question to answer. I and so for air me. Let me take you back to britain. Sixteen right Five years ago and it was running sixteen. I just sort of wrapped up my my beavis company which wasn't real estate and i was sort of in war with the acquiring company in hanover detector and then in bangalore there was this ward startup expert. That was happening. It was a pd. Even it was happening very large vanu close to five hundred startups from all the news station present and and then east given once more desk once more desk anonymity founders was supposed to stand there for all these days and give the same bitch to everybody. Who's coming and visiting so that events me toward that. It was leased to ours for me to drive to that event..

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"mangal" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

02:57 min | 5 months ago

"mangal" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Pull them out They needed plans to In me the morale of the afghan army began to collapse and of course it fell apart when they came out last month to a lot of americans and including folks in the white house. It's seemed to be surprising at the speed of that collapse in the speed of the taliban takeover. Were you surprised at how quickly things fell apart. Afghanistan no i wasn't i. I'm surprised that that the pentagon was You know i spent time on afford operating base afghanistan Working for the us. Army doing information operations. And i got to really know the afghan army Very well and that capacity. I also worked in the country. the cia Tracking the suicide bombers. And both of those roles i've got to know the afghan forces and what i found in my experience is was. It wasn't a cohesive modern fighting force like say the. Us army It was this patchwork of quarreling tribal groups. You know get mangal whose beck's shiite mongol harare's aaron pashtoons persians haji all these groups had fought civil wars and we cobbled together into one army And trend fights for a concept that didn't exist or rushing concept of a nation we try constructing nation In this land. That was almost like game of thrones fan. You know there's all these tribes and there's a huge kosher in this country of tribal defection We thought again the last few weeks. Afghan army units just surrendering and giving it a weapons taleban defections betrayals So it didn't surprise me that army that we built together You know to on after we left fell apart so quickly once the us left and especially once the us withdrew the one thing that was most vocal in in the war. That is us air support so over and over again airport chains of damage because the war as soon as biden pulled the apache helicopters the bombers And we stopped supporting. The afghan troops were air support The the whole game changed. So i do want to ask you. So given what you're describing in terms of the number of groups in the sort of coalition holding together this country the taliban again swiftly toppled that regime. And i'm thinking can the taliban effectively ruling Govern afganistan now or are we looking at more conflict with neighbors and other other countries in the region on very poor leaders When they took over the country of ninety four to ninety six these are semi literate. tribal warriors They don't have any experience in running. Complex theocracies you know. How are they gonna run. Kabul international airport How are they gonna do anything. Then of all running ministries education Did a terrible job..

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"mangal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"mangal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Low forties around the bay Tonight, it's KQED public radio. This is form. I'm Arianna Trail in for Meena Kim. Yesterday, California reported more than 62,000 new cases of covert 19, another daily record. Strain on hospitals is worsening across the state with fears that people gathering for Christmas and New Year's holidays could bring another surge in the coming weeks. Joining me now with the latest news is Sonia Carla Mangal, a staff writer covering health care for the Los Angeles Times. Welcome back to form Sonja first. Thanks for having me and listeners If you have questions or comments, email us at form at kqed dot org's or post them on Twitter and Facebook. Where at KQED form we just have Sonja Carla Manga, Carl among glow with us for about 10 minutes. So if you have your questions and comments, please get them in now. So MIA, Let's just start with what is the picture like in California right now, in terms of ICU capacity. No, it's pretty bleak throughout the state. We just start running out really quickly. If I see you beds, California in general just doesn't have a lot of hospital beds compared to other states per capita And so work first, starting with an uneven playing field. And every day we get these updates on how different parts of the state are doing how many ICU beds they have left and The San Joaquin Valley and the Southern California region, which is you know, the biggest region in the state have both been at 0% capacity for the past five days, probably and that's continuing on today. It seems on doctor you spoke to at an L. A County hospital says they foresee having to start rationing care by early January. What would that look like? Yeah, it's kind of the worst case scenario. We got this document that the public hospitals and health in Los Angeles County circulated to all their physicians last month because they knew this was going to happen or it could happen. And the document basically goes over what you do if you get to this scenario where it's not really the third, they think there won't be enough ventilators, which is kind of what we thought in the spring. It's that there may be won't be enough. I see you nurses, critical care physicians. And so how do you make those decisions? Do you give the nurse 10 patients to take care of? So they're scrambling or do you put you know a doctor that's not really trained to take care of a patient on a ventilator on assigned them to those patients, So it's like The sort of take away is that you can ration the care or distribute the care when it's this scarce, however you want, but the ultimate result is that the quality of care declines. And that's where also, staff have to make some difficult choices in terms of which cases to continue treating, and others to maybe not devote as much treatments that might otherwise treat. Is that right? Yeah, so they have to kind of do an analysis on like, you know, as things air progressing, they have tol look at okay. These are the patients that we have. What is this person's chance of surviving Who's going tol who's most likely to survive with this treatment? And if they give someone a treatment, and it helps them And they'll keep giving them that treatment. But if they get some treatment, and within two days, it's not helping them. You know, the guidelines say that they are supposed to stop and give it to someone who maybe it would have a better chance of saving. So they're these really tough. Decisions that no one wants to make. And what are the estimates of how many people who contract over 19 will need hospitalization? And of those how many would need an ICU bed? So it fluctuates a little bit, because well because of how much testing we're doing, But in general in California, it's 12% of people who test positive need to be in the hospital. I think that number has gone down a little bit recently. Because we just have had a lot of people but getting tested. Maybe it's around 10%. And then about 12% of those people need icy level care. So with the huge numbers of people testing positive You know, every day in the past two weeks, you can see that our hospital hospitalization numbers. Think of your nuisance said could increase sixfold from what it is now by the end of January. And what do we know about the temporary field hospitals being set up in different parts of the states that help with these overflow patients? I think the issue with those is staffing that we don't necessarily have enough stuff who can come help work on those hospitals? Some of them, I think, come with their own stuff, But to set up extra facilities is useful to a degree. But when you have a shortage of staffing already, and you have these surges across the country that makes it really difficult to bring in staffing from other parts of the country, too. This is you know, in the spring, we had a big surge in New York and so people could go to New York. But now they're searches everywhere. And so California doesn't have. They're just not as much flexibility with getting People on the ground. And what else are you hearing from health care providers. How are they feeling about what's happening and what's potentially to come? We seem to be way beyond you know, feeling concerned, right? Yeah, I mean, everyone I have talked to recently sounds like like, describes a scene in the hospital. That sounds a little bit like people running around with their heads chopped off like there's just so much anxiety, stress panic. They just don't Know how they're going to handle this number of patients, and then they look at the case numbers and they feel even more worried because you know the 11,000 people in L. A county that tested positive yesterday. Are nowhere near needing hospital carrier. So I think people are really stressed. They don't want to. They don't want Los Angeles or any other parts of California to become like what happened in New York and has happened in other parts of the country. But it does seem like that's where this is headed. And I know just in in preparation for speaking with you. I did look at Los Angeles Times story. That's a photographic story that really shows goes inside and I see you And I really encourage our listeners to Tucek out that story as well. It's really sobering to see the images and I think we can post that on our Web post for the show. It's really sobering to see inside the ICU in terms of the scope of what these healthcare providers are dealing with on a daily basis now and just imagining that it could Just go up from there. Yeah, the images like make it look, It just looks on real because they're wearing so much gear, And there's just so much precautions. It looks like they're wearing like space suits, just the amount of protection that they have on. On and Yeah, it's just I don't know what's gonna happen in the next few weeks is not something that we've ever seen before. And what are some of those kind of where are those numbers Trending right now, In terms of where do we stand with? Um, death to covert 19 and the state and an overall cases. Yeah, So we have around 20,000 deaths a little bit over 20,000 deaths. But what's really alarming is how quickly those numbers are changing. So on In mid November, we logged a million cases of the Corona virus throughout the course of the pandemic in California, so that took us Some eight months to hit on board this week. If our numbers continue, which at the pace that they are, which I imagine they will, around Christmas day, we should hit two million, so that means that It took us eight months to get a million cases and six weeks to hit another million s. Oh, that's just incredible. Like he, You know, California throughout the panda, Michael's had a lower rate of pieces elaborated deaths than the rest of them most almost any other state. But the rates that we have now are putting us among the worst states. I think California has the second highest rate of cases of any state. In the country right now, you know that if you just look over the past week, so we're we're sort of at risk of losing our lead if you will, which is, you know, really alarming because that means undoubtably more people in the hospital and that death toll create starts to sort of creep up a month after the cases, and so we're only now just seeing the beginning of that. The result of all of these new cases and think last week we broke our our death toll, and we're now logging about 233 deaths a day in California, so it's just it's I mean, it's really, really bad. And as a result, Newsome said he's likely to extend stay at home orders for Southern California in San Joaquin Valley that are set to expire in the next week. Um So, um, your color manga. You also wrote a story about the high prevalence of coronavirus among grocery workers, which illustrates the challenges of fighting the pandemic. You know, people need.

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"mangal" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mangal" Discussed on WTVN

"In federal court in Grand Rapids, Michigan, an evidentiary hearing for the men implicated in an alleged plot to kidnap governor Gretchen Whitmer over pandemic restrictions. It was there that an FBI agent asserted that the accused also discussed abducting Virginia Governor Ralph Northam. He's pointing the accusatory finger at the president for his liberate Virginia calls during the lock down, Not everything we do is agreeable to you, all Virginians. But when languages use such as to liberate Virginia People they find meaning in those words, and thus these things happen, and that's regrettable. Michigan's governor, meanwhile, was on ABC is the view the militia group calling themselves the Wolverine watchman arrested by the FBI and state law enforcers. They're just like any other terrorist organisation, says Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer. It's very clear from the affidavits that it wasn't simply to kidnap. It was to put me on a trail of some sort, and then Possibly execute me. And that's the kind of thing that you would expect to hear. From a group like Isis, Michigan governor telling ABC is the view the ante Covic restrictions The watchman didn't like saved lives. Save the state. And now there's an economic recovery. Chuck Secrets and ABC News. Ah History Museum and Nats, western France postponed an exhibit on Genghis Khan. Accusing China trying to rewrite history with demands that words including Mangal and empire be dropped. No comment from China. This's ABC News. After Cove it can President Trump make a comeback. Greg Kelly says he can win big time..

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"mangal" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mangal" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In federal court in Grand Rapids, Michigan, an evidentiary hearing for the men implicated in an alleged plot to kidnap governor Gretchen Whitmer over pandemic restrictions. It was there that an FBI agent asserted that the accused also discussed abducting Virginia Governor Ralph Northam. He's pointing the accusatory finger at the president for his liberate Virginia calls during the lock down, Not everything we do is agreeable to you, all Virginians. But when languages use such as to liberate Virginia people they find meaning in those words, and thus these things happen, And that's regrettable. Michigan's governor, meanwhile, was on ABC is the view the militia group calling themselves the Wolverine watchman arrested by the FBI and state law enforcers. They're just like any other terrorist organised. Station, says Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer. It's very clear from the affidavits that it wasn't simply to kidnap. It was who put me on a trial of some sort, and then possibly execute me? That's the kind of thing that you would expect to hear from a group like Isis, Michigan governor telling ABC is the view the ante Covic restrictions The watchman didn't like saved lives. Save the state. And now there's an economic recovery. Chuck Secrets and ABC News. Ah History Museum and Nance, western France postponed an exhibit on Genghis Khan. Accusing China trying to rewrite history with demands that words including Mangal and empire be dropped. No comment from China. This's ABC News. After Cove it can President Trump make a comeback. Greg Kelly says he can win big time..

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"mangal" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mangal" Discussed on KGO 810

"In federal court in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and evidentiary hearing for the men implicated in an alleged plot to kidnap governor Gretchen Whitmer over pandemic restrictions. It was there that an FBI agent asserted that the accused also discussed abducting Virginia Governor Ralph Northam. He's pointing the accusatory finger at the president for his liberate Virginia calls during the lot down, not everything we do is agreeable to you, all Virginians. But when languages use such as to liberate Virginia People they find meaning in those words, and thus these things happen, And that's regrettable. Michigan's governor, meanwhile, was on ABC is the view the militia group calling themselves the Wolverine watchman arrested by the FBI and state law enforcers air just like any other terrorist organisation, says Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer. It's very clear from the affidavits that it wasn't simply to kidnap. It was to put me on a trail of some sort, and then Possibly execute me. That's the kind of thing that you would expect to hear from a group like Isis, Michigan governor telling ABC is the view the ante Covic restrictions The watchman didn't like saved lives. Save the state. And now there's an economic recovery. Chuck Secrets and ABC News. Ah History Museum and Nats, western France postponed an exhibit on Genghis Khan. Accusing China trying to rewrite history with demands that words including Mangal and empire be dropped. No comment from China. This is ABC News. After Cove it can President Trump make a comeback. Greg Kelly says he can win big time..

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"mangal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"mangal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"That's then I get that right by Mangal. The mayor struggled with that the other day because, you know, I'm thinking, see CCP CCP. It's like my my turn. Okay, Red China. We know that the triple C is Russia, right or Soviet. But that's why I'm just saying to myself. Why not just everybody who go Oppa say, baby Boom! Remember Red China, as opposed to for Moshe, a Taiwan So so do this. There is ah! There's a theory out there like our free whatever Her name was previous collar. That? Yeah, The Democrats have been colluding with the Chinese and this is all way to murder US citizens to make Trump look bad. Well, he's smoking that lots of conspiracies out Take the conspiracies abound about I would like to take a moment because I am one that has made fun of Chris Christie on many occasions because of his weight issue. We wish him the very best. We realize it might be a serious complication of Corona virus. Yeah, because that's bad news for him. But what's crazy about that woman is that if she the quality that just called that she works in a hospital, and sure she's a nurse, wherever she works, and she thinks like that, I is a person of disturbing as No. It's like it's so doctors and nurses and hospital incapable of indulging in conspiratorial talk of thought. I mean, I guess so. But opposed to beast like John just said host to be reliant on science. That's what you went to school for. Not three. Use me is thin there. This meritorious you realize some of the greatest conspiratorialist have PhDs. Yeah, they come in all forms old. Let him don't let him do this to you, Jen. Fight back girl. She was scary The way that she's thinking I don't want someone like that in my house. So you're on a ventilator. Right? Your Honor ventilated. This is the only nurse ratchet. Allowable. You're choking on your own flam. She's prepared to triage on you. You're gonna choke out and you say, Oh, you're conspiratorialist. Let me die in Peace is worried that if Jen identified herself and I don't know her politics, But if she identified herself as a Democrat that she would be choking on her ham, Jennifer, the end to hear of our group identified yourself to city bus drivers. As being part of the production team of Kurdish and Juliet. I have that on good authority city bus drivers for the M T A. You're just a Yenta. Don't say that to her. She's one of the bus driver was a little mean to him a question. And then once I told him I worked for you, he was like, Oh, have a nice day so that home sales like Prozac. Look, if you were a bus driver, you'd be angry, too blind, Especially driving. Ashamed If I work at a radio station, Nobody wants somebody that they're not mean in London. They're very polite. I know. Why do they have to be so hateful? Because there you pay the fare here. You told you got to enforce the fair payment, and a lot of people just refuse to pay. I actually got glared at a couple days ago because I saw somebody jump over the turnstile, and I said all right, that's enough there and he looked at me and I was like I say anything. No, no. Seeing you like Sergeant shot. Forgive me. We have to haul pay my argument. 1 808 ABC Thiss is the rundown on 77 WNBC. Here's what's trending up one kind of help pull the political talk at the dinner table. A new poll shows most.

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"mangal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"mangal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Jet set. Juliet. Oh, hello. Verdicts are in Once again the pool will increase here There is a W A B C pool. Of our office. Workers are personnel. Those on air affair about 1000 bucks in there at this point in production advertising the whole nine yards way back when there was the lock down in March because of coronavirus, this Ah betting scam. Of our fellow colleagues began to take hold it just like in your yearbook who would most likely be a criminal who would most likely be success. I was voted overwhelmingly the one person in W A B C most likely to be positive for Corona virus. Yes. And once again, the test results are in and there are a lot of sad faces because the pool is big. I have been declared to be negative. Well, remember, Curtis that this is the test from last Friday? I believe, is it not? No. Oh, no, no. This is the test from Tuesday. Okay? Yes, the one I was complaining that it's not okay. Yes. Tuesday, so they came back. Verily fairly quickly. Yeah, I'm negative. Mangal Lucas. Negative. I mean, I guess everybody who's in here today is negative because we all had to take that test. But remember all of those folks at the White House you know, a lot of them are just starting to test positive. Now there's a second guy, the second in command of the U. S. Marines. Who was at the event last Sunday, like a week ago this past Sunday at the White House Thie medals medal ceremony. No, he just testified, so looks impossible. It's still incubating in your person. Let's face it, Brian Mongol, UCI and everybody else who had contributed to their pool is very upset because boy, would they have a payday? And now As long as there are no other eruptions like Rudy Giuliani eruptions that he has been in the middle of a group of people that could have been super spread is Although we're still awaiting in stir tests, Mama, he's the on ly person standing from that war room, swears by his prophylactic hydroxy, Cora, Quinn and zinc each day. It's the only one who has not been positive. But if there are no further Rudy Giuliani eruptions I don't have to worry about my schnoz being invaded for another two weeks. Is that correct? That is correct. Okay? Yes. All right on the pool will increase because I know eventually. I will be positive because I have always said eventually all of us were going to get Corona virus. Hopefully, it doesn't overload the health care system. Yes, exactly. By the way, there is a gigantic pigeon sitting out staring at you. I've never seen a pigeon that big. It's got to be pregnant with it ISS and not only that it's how huge that very hungry I may have to go out during one of our burglary. Looks like it's eaten there. Remember cheating for to a cheating for itself? The mother and it's Ah! Young baby pigeon. I'll take care of that. But anyway, Jet, said Juliet let's get into the vice presidential debate last night in Salt Lake City, Utah, other than the fly that was on vice President. Pence's Cua Fjord Hare Jake Tapper wanted he sent out a very funny tweet wanting to book the fly. I gotta tell you hence didn't blink didn't twitch I don't know if he had any idea, but for a good three minutes that fly was right on his main. Yeah, I don't think he knew it. Could the fly just didn't seem to be moving around or anything, And he's got his hair sprayed basically shall act. So he probably had a lot of barriers there. You'll find just stuck in and you should be the other thing. I noticed. Maybe others did not his head. It appeared simultaneously. This is like an hour in 18 minutes into the debate. If somebody was either having some kind of a fit, where they was yelling out in the audience, or maybe it was a little dog, You know, comfort dog. I don't know, but it seemed like maybe somebody with correction drum Every other minute, Lise. I heard. Yeah. I didn't hear that. But I was actually on the train going home because I met a girlfriend of mine for a late lunch. And interestingly enough, I don't know if this was coincidence, but there is a man on my train. He was sitting right at the end of the car. I was sitting at one and he was on the other and he was quacking. And I actually recorded it and tweeted it out. You gotta weigh 30 seconds. I had the phone, like slyly on the side of the seats waiting for him. And then you hear that at the 32nd mark back. So I don't know. I mean, I mean, I'm not making fun of people who have Tourette's clearly that's you know, it's an affliction. That's very different. Maybe I'm hearing things all, though, the night crew because, remember, I was the moderator of the Post debate analysis featuring our owner operated John Catsimatidis. And also Rudy Giuliani. They were broadcasting from parts unknown. I was here, but then I crew here, including Frank Morano, host Thie other side of midnight would start at one. Dale heard Rumbling said about 1 18. You know, somewhere in the audience now didn't distract I the moderator or Senator Harris or Vice President. Pence. Um, maybe I was just hearing things like sometimes. I am prone to dio 1 808 for a W A, B. C and then lo and behold, I understand that Ah, flush with the thrill of having a victorious interview with us yesterday. Over the really sad passing of Eddie Van Halen, your heavy metal rock star husband, Johnny Boy. Apparently was having what dreams last. Right, Senator me. Excuse me. If that was the case, then he wouldn't have told me. But I He actually was already asleep by the time I got home. S o. We discuss the Harris but Pence debate this morning on my way to work, and he said he started to kind of fumble and bumble and he's like I I just I mean, I think I want to kind of tell you something, but you know, don't don't take it the wrong way, and I'm like what John? He said. Why was I mean, I just think she's a very impressive woman. I mean, she's she's very She's very classy. She's she's an impressive woman. And I'm like it's okay. You think she's fetching? It's okay. I think she is. She's classy as well. I think she Ah is a beautiful woman. And yeah, I mean, I said, John, you know That's cool, man. I like the fact that you could admit that kind of stuff to me. Let me take Ah statement out of short by the Greek Is your husband, Johnny boy, not a man. Is he not a man right now. He's a man. Okay. So look, Yeah. Willy round, most powerful political person in California, maybe in its history, who was not only speaker of the assembly, but mayor of San Francisco and a real shot caller. Um, um, She was his commodity. That's Willie bound. Oh, And we know that Barack Obama got into a little bit of trouble with Michelle Obama because when he was making an appearance in public appearance in California, he couldn't seem to get his eyes off of then the state attorney general. Come on, Lars and Michelle was a little perturbed with him. Didn't say anything was going on. But let's face it. I think Barack Obama was enamored. With her, just like your husband. And who knows? Maybe last night after watching the debate for an hour and a half and finally coming some Aziz Johnny Boy who admitted crying in the middle of the day, over the loss of any man, Haley? Yes, a grown man crying. He's very comfortable with his manliness. Curtis. I understand that, but maybe reverted to his manly ways by having a wet dream that you're so disgusting to even say that you know who says that kind of stuff, by the way. And the fact is that my husband and I have a wonderful relationship, and he feels comfortable being able to tell me that he thinks she's being I think..

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"mangal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"mangal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Breath stinks. Yes, I mean, you were, you know 808 for 892 to 2 and then Brian, Of course, Mongol, Luc's old man, Mangal oot. Walk in the streets complaining about smelling what red paint or some What did you say this? Oh, yeah, So like last week, they were repainting the bus lanes on Second Avenue, and they were sent literally sanding the roads and it was painted. So I was. You're sanding it getting hot and you're breathing these toxic fumes in your mask and God forbid you take your mask off in the bus. People give you you know, you know the evil eye. It is hard, so give you them alike. Look, right. Exactly. So now you know, now they're saying the road down and they're repainting and it was just the smell was unbearable And you're staying out there waiting for the bus. Then you get on the bus try to get a breather. And you can take your mask off. Yeah, I mean, it's rough Look wearing masks is not fun. I can't wait till this is over. Hopefully it will be over soon. But I mean, I have to tell you why I take the stairs up as much as I possibly can. You know, one about the the subway, the train stations and so forth and I get to the top, especially in those double staircase ones, ones. You know where it's really, really, really steep and I've got my mask on and I'm gonna get to the top of like, there's no way that this could be okay. There's no way that this could be healthy for me. I've got to be breathing in some crazy stuff. I agree with you. You really opened up my eyes. You know, Like I say, I was just bringing up a conversation by the big galoot. You bring up a good point Like you're a new dad. You and your lovely wife. What Madison is what? Seven weeks old? Seven weeks? Seven weeks old. Are you going out? You know, especially with now with walks and getting hurt the baby out. Yeah. Would so we're doing walk? Are you concerned that no, really with breathing in and stuff now with I mean, To be honest, I mean, I'm going to work every day. My wife is taking her for a walk every day. So you kind of got to get get out there you have doing yourself. Amu is not taking her to Newark to the things that are right in the nose. So she does that every day, But you can't think you know what a nice park It isn't safe. I mean, I know Carl Shire's Yeah. Oh, yeah. I mean, sometimes there's you know, things going on over there. I mean, you got you got, I think. Just take it. Take it day by day. No, just I agree with you. I'm not saying you should. I think you should. But you know, there are people also I mean, I'm a big believer. Kids get sick if they're locked in and they don't get. I mean, I got to get out. The kids have got to you got to get out. People have to get out. Let's go to Marien in New York, A Marianne Hey. Hi. How are you? Good. Good comment. I'm sorry. I don't know you co host named. It's Russ. It's right time, but I think he could have crossed the stream. Mary Ann Mary Ann, you're missing the point. It's not a question of I could have crossed the street. I was walking on the street that I was going into the place. The point is It's smoke. It doesn't matter if it's me or somebody else. What is everybody gonna walk it? You totally missing the point. And actually, I do get that I do get that. But my, you know, we just can't take everything and I don't smoke. Okay, okay. More importantly, I think when Juliette said, our politicians, I'm very discouraged, could have politicians. I'm not getting rid done. Lots of I think more important things to me and a lot of people. They're just not doing it. Oh, yeah. I mean, you're preaching to the choir. Marianne. You know if you listen to this show, it's driving us. Yeah. I mean, it's just for me. It's both sides. I look. You know, you guys know that I'm not the trump fanatic at all. But I laid in the lap of both sides. Both sides are complicity. You know, both sides are Marianne. So you said you're not a smoker, but try admit it, though, Because we've talked about this The next time you walk through smoke, you're going to go away in a minute. Hold on a second. Somebody blew this out. Okay. Contest years and years ago. I.

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"mangal" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"mangal" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Regret it. We are back with Matt Boyle, Washington political editor for Breitbart dot com, read his articles on the rest from his colleagues at Breitbart dot com. It's not just sleepy, creepy who's getting grumpy. It's also the speaker of the house with shockingly PBS's Judy Woodruff. Eric, Would you please kindly play video cut number four play video. Or the president, United States to degrade Once again. The White House, as he has done over and over again by saying is going completely politicize. It is something that should be rejected right out of hand again. Notion monitoring not serious thinking, and that's well. It won't happen. Let's put it that way. Whether it's Legally wrong, ethically out of the question. It shouldn't even been something that was expressed notion. Mangal stop him! Who does notion? Manga ring in the last four years, my boil. Look, I moved out when I heard there was over all about Foreland. Um, so with regard to Portland, the eye, the president saved the city of Portland by forcing the governor and the local officials there to send in the state and local police right, like so they had a stand down order. It was whiskey because the presidents and in the federal officials after 60 days of anarchists besieging the city. I had Stephen Miller on my show the other night and from the White House, and he weighed all of this out very clearly, and the left is trying to engage in revisionist history. That's what Pelosi trying Teo the rest of these folks, but we have a crime wave in the United States, 36 cities a double digit increase this year. By the way, it's worth noting there all Democrat run. Yes. Everything one of them. Okay, so a double digit increase in in the homicide rate, Okay in the murder rate, So the thing is that the crime wave across the country right now being perpetrated by the Democrats again, I cards everybody Go listen to Stephen Miller interview that we did because he weighs on how cancel culture The West deformed. It's fueling the West deform the police narrative, which is then causing The crime wave. So the way to stop the crime wave is to increase the law enforcement presence. And that's what the president's doing through whether it be sending in federal officials to Portland over there. Peter Operation legend. They're working with these other cities across the country. Chicago Albuquerque, etcetera. Waking waking people. Listen, working People hear your interview with Stephen Miller right on Breitbart dot com. We've had it up there last day stuff. Excellent In the last minute we have with you given what you've just said. Given that the chief of police in Portland has just said Enough is enough, and this is not you get caught unquote racial justice and this, he says. As a black chief of police in the last 60 seconds. We have Matt how much is the election in 88 days, Simply going to be about law and order in America? 100% about law and order. If you want safety and security, and you want to be ableto live and not be in our risk of being one of those increased homicide statistics, then you go for President Trump. If you want to unleash murder and mayhem and chaos across upon your community than Go ahead blow for the Democrats. Elections have consequences that Barack Obama said he was very right about that. I will give him credit. He was right about the fact that elections have consequences. And if you go for Democrats It will be unleashing murder and mayhem upon your city. Chaos, murder and mayhem, all making America Great again. It's a simple choice. We have another deadline. 88 days to get Matt boiled back on Twitter. Tag him every single day. We need him back there. I'm Sebastian Gorka. Safe travels about this Is America first on the Salem radio network from the relief factor dot com studios. Relief factor. If you're suffering right now, if you're.

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"mangal" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mangal" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In the nineteen sixties mangles and earned the title world champion goose caller no small feat considering this is bird country home to four hundred species as well as one of the great migrations under every spring half a million sand hill cranes stop on this stretch of the Platte River there fattening up on green before migrating north as for Siberia he is an awesome in ancient ritual Basel show creams have come here for nearly ten million years it's a spectacle of site then soon Mangal Singh has shared for eighteen years with his friend and ally Jane Goodall whose life work with chimpanzees has revolutionized our understanding of primates today good all in mingles in team up to raise money and awareness for the protection of cranes as well as chimpanzees and Cougars he's taught me so much about the petrified because on here what it was like when he was a boy and how he started off as a hunter because that's what one day and another gradually he realized he loved these these great test much too much he couldn't go on being on time and so he hunts for this camera the light on the roof of the it looks amazing this ancient migrations still carries so I think it's completely.

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