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Houston Rockets coach Silas unsure when Harden will report to camp

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:25 min | 5 months ago

Houston Rockets coach Silas unsure when Harden will report to camp

"Talk about james harden for a second and then we can get into kind of bigger picture. Nba discussion okay. So for those. That don't know. James harden as we all know does not want to be in houston anymore so he was supposed to show up to training camp and he didn't and he he we were told by his head coach stephen silas that he didn't show up but he had a reason and we'll figure it out and he'll be here for an individual workout. Well he didn't show up to the individual workout but then the internet found him and you know where they found him. Boom boom boom at draze in las vegas. So there's that there are a couple of reports out there including one by run nadkarni from sports illustrated who does a good job covering the nba for them says a person familiar with james harden's thinking described the rockets cultures toxic and called them the quote knicks of the south. And look. that's fine that that could be entirely the case. L z. i don't. But i don't believe that that's the case might be his perception of it. It's not the knicks. It isn't but here's what i would say if james harden wants out that's fine but you know you gotta be a pro at some point

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"nadkarni" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

06:45 min | 7 months ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on Parenting: Difficult Conversations

"There is a lot of money out there to help you pay for college. We were talking federal aid state aid, even scholarships to the university you want to go to, and all you have to do to tap into that money is fill out a wonky kind of long complex government form. It's called the FAFSA the free application for federal student aid that's F.. A. F. S. A. Sounds like a party, right But remember at the end of this could be a lot of money and we know that every year lots of students miss out on that money they just leave it on the table because they don't fill out this form. I'm here with higher education reporter listen Nadkarni Halabja Hey Lauren and we're GonNa talk about everything you need to know to apply for that money and why you should do it sooner rather than later. So let's just jump in and start at square one. What is the FAFSA for those students and parents who have not yet had the joy of filling out this application? Well, the most important thing you need to know is that it's free. So the FAFSA is a federal questionnaire that students fill out to find out if they're eligible for money to help pay for college and it determines how much money you'd get someone told me recently that it's like this key and once you get this key, it opens up the door to a whole bunch of money for you to go to college. Okay. What kind of money are we talking here then? Well, it's not just loans. A lot of people think that it is you know it does include loans of course, but also includes grants and scholarships. That is money that you don't have to pay back in order to be eligible for a lot of scholarships and grants at the state level or at the college you're thinking of applying to you have to have filled out the FAFSA. So it really is that first step to tapping into a whole bunch of money. Okay. So who fills us out is that just college students or is that anyone anybody who is thinking? They might want to go to college with in the next year. So I know times are super uncertain right now. But even if you're thinking about going to school or a few classes, you'll still want to fill out the FAFSA because once you know the aid you're eligible for it can really start making the whole college thing seem more doable and more possible because there's going to be money behind it even if you're someone who thinks you wouldn't qualify for financial aid, fill it out because you might be surprised. Okay. All right. You've convinced me I'll. Ask Sir. What kind of questions are they gonNA ask me. So the first few questions are mostly demographic questions they're trying to get to know you as A. Where do you live where you going to school? How many people are in your family and then it's going to move toward the financial questions how much money did you report making on your taxes last year? How much money do you have in savings? How much money do your parents have? It could feel kind of overwhelming I. WanNa play a little tape from Dominique Gun who's a college adviser in Columbus Ohio she says it's not uncommon for her students to be apprehensive about the FAFSA, but there is no need. To worry the unknowns. What's scary right? Like I don't know what this forum is I've never heard of it before have all these weird letters. What is why don't you to sit down look at it? Do it submit then you like oh? Why wasn't even that bad. So just sit down and do it done. told me that on average it takes her students about thirty to forty five minutes to fill this out. But of course, could be faster. Okay. Thirty to forty five minutes that doesn't sound too bad. Yeah. That's happened into a whole bunch of money. The other cool thing about the FAFSA is that you can start and stop it like you don't have to do it all in one sitting. So if you get stumped on a question or honestly for just tired, you can save it does it and then come back and revisit it later. Okay. So if we do get stumped, we're GonNa talk about where you can go for help and just a minute. But first of all, what's deadline? When do I feel this out? While the sooner, the better, the website where you fill out the FAFSA OPENS UP October first. So it's October right now a lot of people call this FAFSA season. I talked with Sarah Akitas. She runs a nonprofit that provides college counseling to high school students in Dallas and Houston actually Qatar as she was wrapping up a virtual fafsa workshop. Let's listen. Many states and a lot of institutional funds are first-come-first-served. And what that means is that earlier you get in line the more money, you could potentially receive from a particular institution. Experts say the worst thing you can do when it comes to the college process is missing deadlines and that's especially true when it comes to getting money to pay for college The reality is like if you think of this as the first step in the college process, just check it off, get it off your to do list early October and then you can start to think about like what schools you WanNa. Do like what the to the stuff? Exactly let's get this out of the way. All, right. So what do I need to fill out the application like what kind of documents and things should I have prepared before me and my parents sit down to fill it out Well the first thing you're going to need is something called an FFA ide-. It's actually on a different website. The URL IS FSA dot E. D. Dot Gov but I just Google FFA and it comes up it's basically your electronic signature, which is nice because it means you don't have to print anything out and sign it, and then figure out how to get it back to your computer your Fsi D- does that. For you so you're GonNa need that before you begin filling out the FAFSA okay. So I'M GONNA. Go to this other website. I'M GONNA get an FSI. I what else? Okay. Then the other documents you're going to need our your social security number. So maybe you have like a little card that you keep in your wallet or you just memorized yours if you're not a US citizen, you'll need your permanent resident number. And then the other thing you're going to need our you or your parents taxes from twenty, nine, thousand nine. Okay. So there's this really cool tool built into the FAFSA. It actually talks to the IRS website and polls in your last year's taxes. But everyone I've talked to said it's really helpful if you just have those paper documents in front of you so you can reference stuff or if something's wrong, you can confirm it. Here's Dominique Gun, the college adviser from Ohio, the Luli all were. Doing a plugging and chugging plugging information in moving onto the next stage for the average student, your parents tax documents, or yours will totally be enough. Okay. So I think I'm starting to get an understanding of what they're doing here. They're looking at your taxes to get a sense of how much money you or your family made to see how much financial aid you're going to need for college but this year's crazy let's say my parents lost their job in June What do I do now? You know what? This is happening to a lot of people. Last year was probably a much better financial year for the family then twenty twenty. But for the FAFSA, you still have to fill out with your twenty nineteen tax data. That's how the FAFSA works. It's a government document, but you're not out of luck you know schools.

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"nadkarni" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain

EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain

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"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

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"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Demanded a lawyer and a Gatorade Rieger was honored in Washington this week for capturing one of America's most wanted but seemed most excited by his athletic feet quote chasing Raphael made me beat my personal record by thirty minutes told reporters so that's sweet justice FBI agent tracks down a wanted criminal over the course of the Chicago it's good for him your last story of someone on the run comes from Peter Gross look if you had one shot or one opportunity to seize everything you've ever wanted in one moment would you capture it that's the question seven hundred runners forced to ask themselves this weekend at the Detroit half earth on the thirteen point one mile racist popular with locals and it's usually a pretty traditional event people sign up they run their nipples bleed only half as much as they wouldn't have full marathon and everyone goes home happy but this year the race was held on the birthday of Rapper in Detroit Native Eminem and a group of local runners and fans who call themselves the Marshall Marathon I wanted to pay tribute so when they passed the racist eight Mile Marker which just happened to be at the famous eight mile road lent its name to Eminem's movie eight mile appreciate it and eminem themed flash mob that stopped the marathon dead in its tracks the glass of the famous song for that movie lose yourself over the massive PA system then the Marshall marathoners quickly changed out of their tank tops skimpy lycra shorts and got us to costume some donning the ICONIC EMINEM white t shirt and jeans while others wore outfits that referenced the songs wchs there were some MCI pfeiffer some pipers and more than the few sweaters covered in spaghetti and everyone loved it flush with civic pride the rest of the runners joined in the celebration no one even finish the race well no one that is except for fifty five year old Douglas Strategy who didn't even notice when the commotion broke out because he was sucking wind and listening to lose yourself on a loop on his ipod strategy finished with a time of two hours fifteen minutes an amazing time for a full marathon but the slowest winning time in the andy three year history of the Detroit half all right so you had from Roy Blunt in your the story of a man who ran a race bib that's Jesus saves he collapsed and was saved by a man named Jesus from Roxana an FBI agent who ran down and his suspect over the course of the Chicago Marathon or from Peter Gross guy who won the Detroit half within time of two fifteen because everybody else was stuck at eight while enjoying the music of Eminem which of these is the real story of an event at eight of a race I'm going with a because eh somebody stopping somebody about on because that's what it is is a nice sort of Good Samaritan that angle there well to bring you the real story we spoke to one of the people who was involved in it on my raped by had to say the Tyler Moon who was in fact the runner saved by a man named Jesus or Hey seuss congratulations and you got it right you earn two point for Roy Union for telling the Truth and you've won a prize the voice of your choice on your voicemail thank you so much thank you and now the game where we ask smart people dumb questions it's called not my job you know the old cliche about the brilliant elitists coming up with a new idea and all the old stodgy scientists say you're crazy that's actually what happened to biologists Leonid Carney back in the early eighties when she first suggested studying the treetop canopy of the rainforest it's just leaves up there they said at the academy Professor Nadkarni ended up founding aw news school of biology she joins us now now leaning at Kearney welcome to wait wait don't tell thank you very Mac we read that's what happened that you were like you really should study what's going on at the tops of these trees and everybody was like why why what's up there well it was like that scientists are supposed to discover the unknown and I am a scientist I'm really assigned I'm a Geek I mean in high school I was a member of the Latin scrabble club that's Geeky even for NPR I'm an NPR NPR nerdy were studying science fine but how did you get interested in the tree canopy so when we ascend into the canopy we really have access to a completely different pulled up there it's a different micro-climate more sunlight more variations in relative humidity and a whole panoply of plants and animals that have adapted to live up there when you were the first scientist to actually go up did you find like all these unique animals going damage she found actually what I did what does happen sometimes is that you really make vacations of animals that you can't make on the forest floor for example sometimes if you sit up there very quietly you see this white form coming towards your side and W. here in your ear Adler the new what was your reaction to that I said that I'm already married. the husband he is he's also a biologist and he studies aunt yes he does actually we met because I studied the canopy he was we're both graduate students he came to my field site and he said to me in this just such a charming quiet voice he said you know I really want to know if their ants in the Canon V and so I had to teach him how to climb the fell in love and when he proposed he said he would name an ant after me did he he did it took him in years but he did what is the aunt the aunt name is PROCR- pastas Malini oh a name lenient itself easily species I wish that he was like I you know I know there's no aunts up there I was hitting on you I just wanted to climb a tree that's term I assume that the only way treetops it'd be scientists in an aunt scientists could meet with tragic fall but no that didn't have and it was the other way you went out there anything in particular about the ant Malini species well he does it yes he calls it an elegant canopy aunt it's slim it's Nimble and occurs in the canopy so that is it yes I have to ask about Treetop Barbie yes which is something that you invented yes so tell me about that L. I grew up climbing trees as I said in suburban Maryland and my students and I began thinking how can we inspire young girls to climb trees into treasure the way the way I do and we know that little many little girls treasure Barbie for whatever reason and so we thought perhaps getting treetop Barbie making a Barbie that that has the clothes that I wear in the in the canopy and in the field of the helmet little crossbow little booklet that that his way bruce what Ross Bo- we have to get the ropes up there somehow so you invented a Barbie that was dressed as a tree top scientist yes and what did the Mattel company have to say about this well I did call them I offered them the idea I thought it would be just fabulous Mattel to have it sold and toys R. US and so forth and they were not interested for some reason I couldn't understand that so we just decided in our lab we can make them ourselves we bought used barbies from goodwill we head volunteer seamstresses make the little clothing there were some challenges like the big hair wouldn't fit under the little helmets rob and her high heel feet boots wouldn't stay on and we did try ground support Ken but that turned out not to be a big seller run my husband hates ground support for of journalists who might be interested in knowing that Mattel is not interested in having a a brown woman encourage young girls to go into science and discovery they say that while holding your crossbow the amazing thing is just last year I got a call from national geographic and they have partnered with Mattel and they have now produced five explorer barbies which is fabulous is one of them something right the Treetop Barbie I think there wasn't a big enough market for Hey I have this little barbie she looks like me about thirty years ago sure but but take it well the lenient Nadkarni we've invited you here to play a game we're calling joining us open the trees for Canapes Yep that's what we went we use the tree canopy we thought we'd ask you about canapes those treats usually around during cocktail hour before dinner answer to questions about canapes and you'll win are priced one of our listeners. The Voice of their choice on their voicemail bill who is Malini Nadkarni playing more have their Hurley in Washington DC all right here's your first question the origin of the word Canape is surprising what is it a it's named after Claude can ah French cook so legendarily awful people could only eat one bite of his food be it comes from the Greek word for Mosquito uh or see the original pronunciation is can ape as in Kenan AP it is that a be all right I will say be yes it is it's a very bizarre ready here we go yeah. The Greek word for mosquito is CANOVA's which became canopy which became the word for the screen around a couch to keep out mosquito does but in French that became the word four couch and somebody thought a piece of toast with some spread on it looked like a couch so canape the language is weird here's your next question taste in canopies change over time which of these was a real appetizer you might have been offered at a swanky Party in the one thousand nine hundred sixties is it a hot dog nutty fritters be pruned nuggets supreme Z. Kidney toasts I'm thinking a thinking a hotdog nutty fritters that sounds like that's wrong I I think I'll say see I really meant to say see they misled you it was eh if you want to throw a big summer party by the pool back in the day again you might have served which of these delicious hot weather canapes a a single cold potato be frozen pork beans and ketchup POPs were sea herring ice cream bites be I think but in your friends will never forget bill how did Malini do in our quits well no one has enjoyed winning more than yeah she did win do other three what it better this or the acceptance of your theories.

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"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Do you do there well I am criminal defense lawyer legally blind lawyer Massachusetts Back Oh wow you're the only legally blind trial or a man that's quite an honor congratulations let me ask you a question just between you and me do you think I look like several God Katie Tanglewood so you're bald I know that you're you legally blind but not blind enough for me to fool you well that is true frustrating well welcome to the show Andrew you're going to play our game you must try to tell truth from fiction bill what is Andrew's topic it happened at mile eight so we all know two things about running runners like to tell you about running and hearing about running is the most boring thing in the world especially reading a book written about running that's now out in paperback but Ah we heard an interesting story about running that happened at eight of a particular race our panelists are going to tell you about pick the one who's telling you the truth and you'll win the waiter of your choice on your voicemail you're ready to apply captured criminal jury trial that's true all right your first story of an incident and race comes from Roy Blunt Junior online you can find a t shirt that says Jesus leaves all others take half damage which I gather is some kind of dungeons and dragons very clever but what if you were running into rice and you collapsed and passed out wearing one of those t shirts fortunately when Tyler Moon twenty-five had a real hard back at mile eight of a ten mile run in Minneapolis this week he was wearing a jogging bib on which he had written simply just say Jesus did okay strictly speaking it was hastened hey suzy we know forty-three nurse who stopped running himself called an ambulance performed CPR and saved Moon's life moon came to and was told who had saved him he said bless my soul or words to that effect man the wearing a shirt saying Jesus saves collapses at Mile Eight of a road race and is saved by a man named Jesus your next story of run on sentences comes from Roxanne Rocks Frank Rieger had just one goal for the Chicago Marathon this month finish in five hours or less he was doing okay until mile eight one Rieger an FBI agent who investigates White Collar time spotted David Rafael about twenty five feet ahead of him placed on the FBI's most wanted list for tax fraud and money laundry Raphael was you too fled overseas but there he was running in Nike vapor fly shoes in Gucci sunglasses a son Rieger gave chase true quired him to step up literally quote I had to go faster and I made him my Pacer I'll give him this he's a hell of honor Raphael cross the finish line in four hours thirty two minutes with the exhausted Rieger right behind he was arrested by two policemen that the agent had flagged over and.

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"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

13:24 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"From NPR WBZ Chicago this is wait wait don't tell me the NPR News Quiz Utah up our panelists run their mouths are bluff the listener game call one triple eight wait wait to play we'll be back in a minute with more wait wait tell me from NPR for this podcast and the following message comes from trader Joe's where you never have to wait to discover delicious foods and beverages from around the world speaking of waiting you don't have to wait for more episodes of trader Joe's original podcast series inside trader Joe's filled with fresh aches everything from frozen food to flowers and fresh produce is to judge spices find new episodes on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts more at traderjoes dot com trader Joe's on Instagram Pinterest and Youtube Maddie Safai here host of a new daily science podcast from NPR culled shortwave we'll bring you new discoveries everyday mysteries and this week Bill Monroe Professional nerd and creator of X. K. C. D. explains how do you science to tell if you're a ninety skip listen and subscribe to shortwave from NPR from NPR WBZ Chicago. This is wait wait don't tell me the on news quiz I'm Bill Curtis playing this week with Peter Gross Roxanne Robertson Roy Blunt Junior and here again is your host at the eccles theater in Salt Lake City Peter Sagaing thank you bill thanks everybody the right now it's time for the wait wait don't tell me bluff the listener game called one triple eight wait wait to play our game on the air hi your way don't tell me I'm stockwell Alpert nurtured Sudbury Sudbury near Boston right twenty miles away twenty miles away what.

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"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Me Bill I'm Bill Curtis and here is your host at the Echoes Theater in Salt Lake City Utah aw thank you saw you got a great show for you today later on It'd be talking to pioneering biologist Malini at Kearney but first this week we are celebrating the broadcast of our one thousand show so anyway we'll all liberal arts majors with bad at math this is a big deal nobody gets to do a thousand was except of course soap operas so it's only appropriate that this week I revealed that I am pregnant with bill baby this man's going to have an anchor baby the next plot to us we want of course surprised call from you the number is one triple eight that's one eight eight eight nine two four eight nine two four let's welcome our first listener contested hi you're on wait wait don't tell me hi this is amy listen in Washington DC Hey Washington dc what a terrible horrible place on the other hand you must be pretty excited about your baseball team ah wait a minute wait wait wait wait wait that was a very unexcited well sure are you are you not particularly a nationals fan I am now I guess you kind of have to be just by peer pressure amy let me introduce you to our panel this week I meet a humorous and author most recently of room for Pi it's Roy blunt junior senior features writer for the style section of the Washington Post your hometown paper accent Roberts finally a writer for the upcoming season of at home with Amy Sedaris it's Peter Gross you're going to play who's bill this time Bill Curtis is going to read you three quotations from the week's news if you can correctly identify or explain to other Um you will win a prize any voice from our show you might choose on your voicemail you're ready to play I feel like I should say yeah good feel I think you correct that would appropriate response all right here's your first quote it's a headline from this week tiff with shift that was L. Magazine describing the scene when the storm the classified Congressional hearing Oh that would be Florida Man Matt Gate and his forty friends a bunch of House Republicans this week the Republicans finally came up with the response to the growing evidence that the president is as the founders said in the federalist papers super guilty one day after damning testimony from the Acting Ambassador to Ukraine a bunch of Republican members stormed the impeachment hearing led by Matt Gaetz Republican of Delta House there's really and I gotta say this there's nothing more stirring than a bunch of powerful white men shouting about the violation of their rights because they don't immediately get everything they want the green makes the heart beat a little faster my right they had to do it approved they weren't human scum except except about a third of that group had privileges to be inside those airings exactly right they were Republicans who were part of the committees and they therefore had the right to be in their dozen people outside the hearing demanding to be into the hearing who could have just walked into the here and now these guys that would be like if like mystery name Desire Stanley's like style lodge is like you have a key in you're not locked out man we're maybe it's Stanley you're in our bedroom they stormed in I thought they were going to storm in and then take all the videos and then turn around and be like the Democrats are letting people into this private room letting them videotapes up their phones these away it was a classic thing to do now what happened to maybe bring this home was that the day before the ambassador to Ukraine had testified that the president withheld aid to Ukraine in demand ended they investigate Joe Biden before he released it now even though the White House is still claiming the president is innocent trump and his allies clearly believe it is not a quid oh quo unless you actually say the words this is a quid pro quo and that makes sense because the law says that when murder someone it's not a crime unless you say this is a murder as you stack that's why at the end of the show we say this is NPR. authorize anything never know we can feel like an adult contemporary station amy your next quote is someone responding to the question are you peered electro the WHO admitted can his patented down to Earth Style to being Pierre Delicto that'd be Rahm did Mitt Romney somebody here you talk and explain can just unpacked to ask you of course Mitt Romney senator from the Great State of Utah he admitted that he had this fake twitter account under the name Pierre Delicto now if you've ever wondered what lies beneath the placid G. rated exterior You're of Senator Romney the man who once said quote my favorite meat is hot dog wondered what deep dark secrets like divulge if he had the shield of anonymity well as his alter ego your delectable Romney sometime suggested that other people might be a mistake can question of course which is a weirder name Pierre delectable or Mitt Romney yeah on me sounds like the name of the fake name that somebody with an interesting name like peered elected to throw people off but deluxe so I kind of thought well this is going to be kind of his sexy swaggering hidden hidden met right and instead I was so disappointed it'd because it wasn't sexy and I felt bad for him I didn't think that he set himself up for something really spicy that he just he like we have hot sauce here and he was like I'll have the mild they should we should we should we be happy is as wholesome as he is I guess it's I mean it would in a weird way although it's kind of disappointing that he's just as bland in it is he is in public it would be worse to find out like he's just as awful as the rest of us right and I think like somebody like Mike Pence pretends that he's end but that is a dark evil person and I take that Mitt Romney is like I have a deep dark secret it's very similar to and that is enduring that's an endearing quality basically what he did was he created a fake twitter account and then use it just to defend his own in public actions that's like creating a fake tinder profile just a hit on your own wife in a strange way this allows his wife to make history and Romney is now the first Mormon with two husbands all right here is your last quote amy I would swipe ripe for her that was a comment on Washington Post article about Francis Strangely sexy logo for what sporting event that's coming in two thousand twenty four v Olympics yet Paris is hosting twenty twenty four Olympics and they just revealed their logo for it and it's being criticized for being too sexy and not just because it's smoking got was and writing poetry locate noting in American logo the logo is a version of the French national symbol a woman named Marianne and it's combined with the Olympic flame but instead of an expression of national pride most people see incredibly sexy woman's face it looks like an icon on for a dating APP now the logos designers defend it saying that she quote reflects the unique energy of the Games and they assured everyone that is sexy is it might be it's better than their first attempt the Eiffel Tower proudly rising from an Olympic ring in either side the rest of the world just need to catch up to how sexy Francis like are we are they right and we're all a bunch of puritans or are they like the Heathens are just kind of late I'll bet Mitt Romney went to France once and that's where he got that he locked it away and he's like one day they'll be something called twitter and I will release this name the bill today me do in our quiz lately did great dead and so will the nationals congratulations Reynaud panel it is time for you to answer some questions about this week's News Roxanne Yes sir paper published this week describes the unique making tactic of the White Belt Bird of Brazil scientists say that the male of the species seduces the females by doing what I believe it's screaming that's exactly right it's creams and the female face male white birds are the world's loudest bird in their mating ritual include coming up next to the ladies taking a depressant and then screaming their lungs it's always heartening about a species that does worse than ours yeah although maybe if you're not getting lucky you can take this bird is your model forget do you come here often and go for office Eh male scientists by the way say this is a highly unusual tactic among mating rituals women scientists said no but remember the reason they do this is because it works that's how sexual selection works females pick the loudest voices the females are like you had me at law.

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"nadkarni" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"I could see that he does does things entire thing just being like I need to be a sex symbol if this well he I mean we'll get to it but busting doesn't think that's the entire reason for that line justify justify the sexy voice I could talk for an hour about that one line and how it makes no sense in any there okay. We'll get there and we'll take the hour. Yeah you said goal is to stay back there so it goes on to do that. Should that so halloween. It's so so Halloween it's it's. It's sounds like the feeling of Frankenstein Waking Up Yeah Franken was now. No Frankenstein is like the sexiest man alive yeah I Frankenstein. What's that movie. Sorry Oh yeah Harry. Nadkarni Frankie's come out as Frankenstein on our show. Yeah I Frankenstein. I go back to my natural. Sorry you said it's sexy Frankenstein. That's Aaron Eckhart Optima. ATM Machine you say Frankenstein I mean is this monster though what the highest monsters yeah okay. Let's say let's cheer. Frankenstein's the hottest monster now cheer if you think it's Dracula. I don't know to me which do not a pretty close to me yeah. There's one person is just like man. No you pull for Wolfman off man we would go teen wolf and Teen Wolf would win a t one more odd one more one more okay. You're right the creature for water. Oh No I'm not even sure it was was intelligent. GotTa eggs intelligence. Was it April level. Take it from me. You don't have to be intelligence. MAKE SOMEBODY COM Tom. I'm just saying my whole problem with that movie was. I wasn't sure if she's just sleeping with like the equivalent. She ate a cat and two seasons later. She's like I'm taking off my robe. Yeah they had a great relationship with thing was not hot. No Mike this is where we stand on different sides the spectrum I'm so sorry but it had apps so supposed to nine pack or some. Shit twenty-five got as many packs. Is it always an odd number. Why you make your own. You just make a Franken. It's whatever you want it to be. Now we have to rank the frankensteins end's okay so let's start with a Herman Munster. Oh that's a great one great drinks and he's Funny Funny Russell. Sorry I'm sorry what were you saying. Bella Bella Russi Bela Lugosi the APP. That's one that's not as hot now. That was I- ORCs Yeah Boris Karloff thank you. He's good awesome Robert Deniro bring. It's he did from that. Shelly's ring yeah yeah that was Danny. Niro never finished watching it. I'd never started. You know who else okay. I think we can move on now. I had to just get that on my sister and we haven't talked too much about the ghost but I love the way he says it because it's like it's like a Sassy. I'm afraid of no ghost like it's that little girl the Vine fucking shit you hope you're talking about. No one knows you're talking about fine kills the she kills her doll. It's her teacher. That person knows what's the quote from that fine. Take your fucking fucking. I go there the chief fucking dead wow but you're right. He says it in a way that clearly implies he is afraid of the almost like he's afraid of one specific goes and trying to I'm not afraid no coast. There's not one ghost. I'm afraid of when you read a break up. Album your specific ex. I'm saying non love that man. I heard something that I think I said I don't know who was but in the original demo he sent that background vocal and they're like that has to be the lead we we love your Detroit style of singing Detroit putting a car together and came right what what makes it that sound Detroit from Detroit right. He's like I have a feeling he was trying to Kodaly..

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"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Two coaches least likely to elaborate just because you ask them to write if they say no and that's that's all you're gonna get yup and man i think these days <hes> pop is actually trying to be better and trying to to say more but i think the us as question nassar's. Here's i've just kind of given up and it's just like say. Something got me out of here. So what do you think about what about filling in here for the day. Oh of course i i'm not used to mondays on tuesday guy as you know but <hes> i like doing yeah. You're gonna get your. You're gonna get your beating tomorrow because the fellows are back with you yeah. I'm gonna wear my as best of suit in here. Yours bestest suit yeah. Why is that because they're gonna hit me with a flame thrower. I know it. Are you gonna be dressed as a cowboy oy what's going on. Oh hell no. There's been some controversy here. Lately were apparently last week. You claim to have reached some sort of agreement where you don't need to dress as a cowboy and then and you got your article re tweeted and then. Dan claims that that agreement was never made yeah well we. We need to come to an agreement because i'm not dressing up like a cowboy every week. What's the problem though of all things that you could dress up as a cowboy humiliating feels like it's right up your alley you suggested to like you said you'd happily dressed as a cowboy in all you really need to to do is we're a hat. Don't use well. If that were the case. I would do it in a heartbeat. If you're telling me that i'll have to do is where cowboy at every week to get column re tweets such such as a retreat of the column. I wrote on josh rosen. It's available right now on miami herald dot com. I certainly would do that but you know if if they expect me to dress like woody like a cartoon every week forget that nobody what's the problem like. Why can't you just dressed up to look like a cool cowboys opposed of one. It's a cartoon guy will wear a hat. I'll l. wear a hat. You know there's no use me wearing boots and spurs. Nobody's going to see him. I will wear a cowboy hat matter of fact i own two or three cowboy hats <hes> i'm a i'm a cowboy at heart and i enjoy wearing a cowboy hat but don't clown me with a whole woody up but what's wrong with woody what he's a beloved cowboys when he was great to do once. It's not something we're going to do repeatedly to do what he wants. I did do what he wants so in your ideal scenario tomorrow just as a cowboy. What is your outfit. You're never know we'll talk to you montana. This was not lebatardshow on e._s._p._n. Radio..

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"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Earliest would be <hes> probably the fourth fourth round from the top of the fourth round <hes> and we we use all the usual caveats of like hey. It's <hes> you know. Penalty teams playing with the scoring rules but like a ten team league were touchdowns counter four points in a passing touch for passing touchdown. I think the top of the forefront is about right for me. Feel how how do you feel about the strategy of pairing up teammates on your fantasy team in other words. If i get michael thomas it's smart for me to get drew brees as well yeah. I see what i tell people that is it's. It's less about trying to pair teams. It's more about not being worried about talk. I've had people that have said exactly that like hey. I took michael thomas tonight because of that. When i'm choosing my quarterback later avoid drew brees my general rule donna making it really simple is just hey. If you like both players take them a lot of at the end of the year you go look at the top rank quarterbacks top top wide receivers in some cases top-ranked running back a lot of them. Come from the same team so i don't really have an issue with doubling up or crippling up on guys from the same roster. Can you just tell us all all your rules of thumb. Chris loves them. Yeah why not right. Hey you know what else they like. Nothing like this. It's a plug but it's also the answered your question. I should i write this piece. Every year. I the nine rules draft and fantasy football so like but doesn't say thumb kind of an open book my secret yeah so don e._s._p._n. Dot com yeah <hes> if you were to go to an in person draft which i'm gonna assume you do have at least one <hes>. What would you wear. He the casual honestly i tried to do it like you know even though like a three piece suit yeah yeah yeah yeah sometimes the best tire but the vast included <hes> but but every year i have <hes> you know the longest league the play that in the league of and planning the longest always petitions to like meet up all east coast guys so atlantic city or somewhere in that you know vegas. It'll be the goal but biggest you know. Most of the league is married with children which is a little bit more difficult to pull off a vegas trip <hes> but <hes> we always talk a big game. Aiming always ends up being the standard online <hes> draft because we're lame but <hes> yeah. I think if you get just prepare you gotta prepare. You gotta be nibble. You've got to be flexible. During the draft for the online draft you take off the tie is that for the online on yeah no question you can't be wearing tight during an online non then what's the how many leagues you in and what's the largest league that you're in <hes> this year end up being probably about thirteen this year <hes>. It's probably too many <hes> largely. They're sixteen teamers <hes> playing this the war league at e._s._p._n. Very we talked about it a lot drawing up program. It's getting a decent amount of run but <hes> i'd say that <hes>. I'm probably playing in ten more leagues. I really should be or need to but <hes> yeah definitely <hes> sixteen teams the biggest guests from it. I you know what i play in a league league. That's it's one league that makes up a bunch of small divisions combined but yeah i ended up playing in <hes>. Nothing more than sixteen leaks all right so as a show. We have a proposal for you which i feel you've already answered. We've wanna start a thirty two team fantasy league. I wanted to invite you to join it but it seems like you're not willing to join this. Well actually <hes> you know. Have my people talk to your people..

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"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I do said looking back on it. Hindsight is twenty twenty. I wish it would have gotten them out of their series earlier but i've talked with him and it's on me. I'm the one that has to make that call and get him out of there but we didn't and that's a shame because he was having a good camp. Now with the premise of guys can get hurt at any time you can get hurt in practice. You don't normally see a coach. Take ownership of something like this. I don't really understand the benefit of it but yeah i don't i know whether to congratulate adam gates for his honesty or question whether or not he should have said that because it puts him in a bad light and sort of creates a a controversy for his team that might not otherwise of necessarily been there but it it so out of character for any n._f._l. Head coach to second guess himself and and take it on himself a season ending injury <hes> in his defense you know the player who got hurt was learning a new position. <hes> you know this preseason season so they're to me. There was some justification for him if anyone <hes> playing that late into a game and it was only the second quarter. It's not like he's playing right into the the second. I'm just not sure what what you gain out of that of taking the blame on something that could have happened at any time. It's like saying oh. I got a text from my daughter daughter and then got into a car accident because i was checking the text. I blame you for sending me that and texts no. It's your decision to do it and it's it's a three situation just like that. Injury is a freak situation. I don't really know like is it going to get him any sort of cachet or any sort of credit from players in the locker room by saying that are they going to deal with other players with kid gloves. Now i mean when you preach to your players that you have to be responsible and you're willing to admit something that maybe makes you look bad yeah. I think that <hes> buys him a little bit of credibility i. I don't think honesty is ever going to be a a bad thing. When you're dealing with players yeah hopefully that was just smelling exalted. He did <hes> before the game speaking on. We got field yates coming up next. We're going to probably do some earning out with some fantasy talk because that's what chris cody wants wants to do. Gosh darn it but we can ask them any other football questions as well an interesting creature habits the flat arid plains many an automobile dashboard the bobblehead ahead it's most agreeable and not along to anything despite having no brain.

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"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"E._s._p._n. Radio so apparently the the old tomato that mike mayock through down the ultimatum made him that he threw down seem to work right because <hes> antonio brown's in practice and he's participating in case. You missed it. <hes> settled tomato. Was this line right here by mayo after antonio brown was not in practice yesterday because of his helmet issue <hes> you all know that a._b. Not your today right so so here's the bottom line. He's upset about the helmet issue <hes> we have supported that. We appreciate that okay but we've at this point. We've we've pretty much exhausted all avenues of relief so from our perspective. It's time for him to be all in. We're all out. Okay okay so we're hoping he's back soon. We got eighty nine guys busting their tails. We are really excited about where this franchise is going and we hope a._b._c. is going to be a big part of it starting week one against denver and the story no question the bottom line in there. There's an end of story. No questions chins in there there was i mean all in an all out and then there was the pause with okay as if to say you guys hear me. This is serious all in or all out okay. We're back yeah. He's back foot. I mean is that all you. I mean in the end. We were talking earlier like in the end. Is this just going to be some sort of preseason. Season thing that we all laugh about and it's exactly you know what they wanted to dramatics there on hard knocks are getting all this attention paid or getting all this attention paid to him if he then follows is this up if he has to play with a helmet he doesn't like and follows this up with an amazing season. What is he thirty thirty one thirty one thirty one years old and maize another amazing season and i mean that would empower him to essentially say i can do whatever i want even more so going forward but it feels like that kind of the goal for him right to this like create this this controversy create this opinion of me and then i'm gonna go out on the football field and say you know bleep everybody. I'm the best wide receiver so. It doesn't surprise me that he's back at practice today. I don't think this was never in the hold out category. You know this isn't ezekiel elliott. This was just a a a diva trying to sort of <hes> shout into through a megaphone and and get his way and ultimately <hes> you know just just goes back and says okay here i am. Is it a bad look for him. If he is forced to play in a new helmet and still has all pro year that he put up this big stink and he goes out and the helmet he doesn't he should probably just make it a point to where like a double sized helmet and say you know what if this point. I'm just gonna do whatever the heck i want to do because you're making me do this. You want safety. Here's double safety. I'll still catch two thousand yards. I don't think anything antonio brown can do is is off brand because he's controversy is is something that he doesn't mind. It's part of who he is. <hes> i i might put odell beckham junior in the same category i it's it's just a a receiver who doesn't mind attention <hes> even if it's negative at times moving on to another spot in the n._f._l. You'd said you'd kind of had some some interest. In <hes> adam gates year old boy here in miami yeah the new york jets head coach. He had a player every williamson who at a season ending knee injury and williamson was in the game at a point where some would question whether he should have been it was only preseason game number two and this was adam gays saying afterward the word weather <hes> he took responsibility for that injury giving williamson being in the game he said yes..

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"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Two coaches least likely to elaborate just because you ask them to write if they say no and that's that's all you're gonna get yup and man i think these days <hes> pop is actually trying to be better and trying to to say more but i think the us as question nassar's. Here's i've just kind of given up and it's just like say. Something got me out of here. So what do you think about what about filling in here for the day. Oh of course i i'm not used to mondays on tuesday guy as you know but <hes> i like doing yeah. You're gonna get your. You're gonna get your beating tomorrow because the fellows are back with you yeah. I'm gonna wear my as best of suit in here. Yours bestest suit yeah. Why is that because they're gonna hit me with a flame thrower. I know it. Are you gonna be dressed as a cowboy oy what's going on. Oh hell no. There's been some controversy here. Lately were apparently last week. You claim to have reached some sort of agreement where you don't need to dress as a cowboy and then and you got your article re tweeted and then. Dan claims that that agreement was never made yeah well we. We need to come to an agreement because i'm not dressing up like a cowboy every week. What's the problem though of all things that you could dress up as a cowboy humiliating feels like it's right up your alley you suggested to like you said you'd happily dressed as a cowboy in all you really need to to do is we're a hat. Don't use well. If that were the case. I would do it in a heartbeat. If you're telling me that i'll have to do is where cowboy at every week to get column re tweets such such as a retreat of the column. I wrote on josh rosen. It's available right now on miami herald dot com. I certainly would do that but you know if if they expect me to dress like woody like a cartoon every week forget that nobody what's the problem like. Why can't you just dressed up to look like a cool cowboys opposed of one. It's a cartoon guy will wear a hat. I'll l. wear a hat. You know there's no use me wearing boots and spurs. Nobody's going to see him. I will wear a cowboy hat matter of fact i own two or three cowboy hats <hes> i'm a i'm a cowboy at heart and i enjoy wearing a cowboy hat but don't clown me with a whole woody up but what's wrong with woody what he's a beloved cowboys when he was great to do once. It's not something we're going to do repeatedly to do what he wants. I did do what he wants so in your ideal scenario tomorrow just as a cowboy. What is your outfit. You're never know we'll talk to you montana. This was not lebatardshow on e._s._p._n. Radio..

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"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Author of that article which is air care about do you're not draft and it's always based on where a player is being selected so not taking patrick mahomes. That's already stain of course patrick mahomes <hes> he's unbelievable player. It's just that where he is being drafted right. Now which is seventeenth overall is that's like a massive massive premium pan of quarterback <hes>. We actually had this conversation on our podcast earlier earlier today because we were previewing the chiefs is that if you think patrick mahomes at quarterback quarterback that's fine if you take him and that's actually encouraged. Encouragement should be doing but if you take him where he's going on average right now which is <hes> pick seventeen. What you are accounting for is not just patrick mahomes being the best quarterback in fantasy. You need him to be like basically what he was last year several inter deviations better than the rest of the quarterbacks in the n._f._l. August here to justify that pick. You can't just be the number one quarterback. He's got to be the number one quarterback mile again. It's said that can't happen it. Just you know using the body of evidence that we have of quarterbacks and possible regression like even if patrick mahomes throws thirty eight touchdown passes next year that could very well be the best in the n._f._l. N._f._l. until twelve less than last year so there's a little bit of risk taking on the seventeenth take overall all right. Let's get down to brass tacks in field. Yates is most important fantasy. Let's see league. When is the earliest that he would take patrick mahomes. You know another great question that reared itself today. Earliest would be <hes> probably the fourth fourth round from the top of the fourth round <hes> and we we use all the usual caveats of like hey. It's <hes> you know. Penalty teams playing with the scoring rules but like a ten team league were touchdowns counter four points in a passing touch for passing touchdown. I think the top of the forefront is about right for me. Feel how how do you feel about the strategy of pairing up teammates on your fantasy team in other words. If i get michael thomas it's smart for me to get drew brees as well yeah. I see what i tell people that is it's. It's less about trying to pair teams. It's more about not being worried about talk. I've had people that have said exactly that like hey. I took michael thomas tonight because of that. When i'm choosing my quarterback later avoid drew brees my general rule donna making it really simple is just hey. If you like both players take them a lot of at the end of the year you go look at the top rank quarterbacks top top water. Steve irs in some cases top-ranked running back a lot of them. Come from the same team so i don't really have an issue with doubling up or crippling up on guys from the same roster. Can you just tell us all all your rules of thumb. Chris loves them. Yeah why not right. Hey you know what else they like. Nothing like this. It's a plug but it's also the answered your question. I should i write this piece. Every year. I the nine rules draft and fantasy football so like but doesn't say thumb kind of an open book my secret yeah so don e._s._p._n. Dot com yeah <hes> if you were to go to an in person draft which i'm gonna assume you do have at least one <hes>..

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"nadkarni" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. This is the thirty third day of the partial government shutdown. The Senate will vote on two proposals. Tomorrow. One of them includes President Trump's plan about immigration and border, wall funding, Democrats and immigrant rights advocates say the president's plan also contains major changes to US asylum law that amount to a poison pill. Immigrant rights groups were quick to oppose the president's proposal over the weekend. Now that they've seen the full language of the Bill they found even more reasons not to like it. They're calling the proposal a Trojan horse that includes big changes to US immigration law. That were not mentioned in the president's announcement including provisions that would prevent children from Central America from applying for Silom at the border and sharply. Limit the number who could apply from their home countries. The president said the proposal would provide a three year reprieve for hundreds of thousands of immigrants who are protected from deportation by Dhaka and other protections. But immigration experts said the propose. Bill would actually cover fewer people than the programs currently protect Joel rose NPR news teachers in Los Angeles, head back to the classroom today ending their six day strike NPR's. Elissa Nadkarni has more union members voted Tuesday night to authorize a deal with the city's school district. Some teachers expressed frustration saying the deal didn't go far enough while others said they were relieved nobody got everything. But everybody got something that's fourth grade teacher. Jennifer Levi is allows name she's excited for the new agreement especially the part about more nurses, more days of the week her school currently has a nurse just two days a week. I think we came out ahead just by showing our strength and being present. In addition to more, nurses, the deal addresses caps on class size more librarians and counselors in schools as well as teachers salaries among other things. Listen, NPR news. Meanwhile, teachers in Denver have voted overwhelmingly in favor of a strike, the teachers are seeking more of an emphasis on. Base wages and want to school district to rely less on one time bonuses for matters such as working in a school with more children in poverty. A new study shows owners of two South Korean brands of cars and SUV's make fire insurance claims more often than owners of comparable vehicles NPR's Giles. Snyder reports the results are being given to federal safety regulators. The results are being given to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration because it's investigating engine failures and fires in Hyundai and Kia vehicles. The study by the highway loss data institute founded five models of Hyundai and Kia cars and SUV's with four cylinder engines have at least double the non crash fire claim rates, a consumer group initially noticed a higher than normal number of complaints. NPR's Giles Snyder. A major snowstorm is sliding across the central US the airport in Detroit is closed because of icy conditions. The national weather service has issued winter warnings and advisories from the plains to the northeast. This is NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. Always state and local headlines. Tens of thousands of teachers are heading back to school after their union United teachers, Los Angeles reached a tentative deal with the school district is he just heard from NPR union. Members voted to approve the deal last night as KCRW Jenny Hamill reports court issues included higher pay classroom size and staffing the strike span. Six days and affected half a million students at Tuesday's press conference announcing the deal. Everyone seemed relieved it was finally over especially district superintendent Austin buehner. We welcome back with open arms and warm hearts are educators. And look forward to new day of learning for all of our students. The agreement includes a six percent pay increase with back paid. But it goes well beyond that, it promises three hundred more fulltime, nurses, and over eighty fulltime teacher librarians and a voice charter schools located on the. Same campus the deal also addresses, perhaps the biggest issue of all the reduction of classroom size UTSA president, Alex Caputo Pearl celebrated that point at a massive rally in front of Ellie city hall following the nouncement of the deal, but we are going to see those class sizes going down down down down down. You did that elementary schoolteacher Mitchell. Cohen said the final outcome makes going on strike worth it. It's been six days in.

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"nadkarni" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Shutdown noun. It's thirty seconds day. Republican plan include President Trump's five point seven billion dollar requests for border wall money in exchange for temporary changes to immigration laws. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says it's a strong proposal and the only thing on the table. The democratic proposals is a stopgap funding Bill to reopen the government until February eighth to allow border security talks to continue. But I was Nancy Pelosi says the issue is about more than border wall money had the president every time he has an objection to say, I'll shut down government until you come to my way of thinking understand that is part of the point of this. If we hold the boys hostage now their hostage forever. It's not clear if either proposal has the votes to pass the Senate and immigration rights advocates say funding for a border wall. Isn't the only reason they oppose the president's proposal to reopen the government as NPR's Joel rose reports they say it also contains major changes to US asylum law that amount to a poison pill. Immigrant rights groups were quick to oppose the president's proposal over the weekend. Now that they've seen the full language of the Bill they found even more reasons not to like it. They're calling the proposal a Trojan horse that includes big changes to US immigration law. That were not mentioned in the president's announcement including provisions that would prevent children from Central America from applying for asylum at the border and sharply. Limit the number could apply from their home countries. The president said the proposal would provide a three year reprieve for hundreds of thousands of immigrants who are protected from deportation by Dhaka and other protections. But immigration experts said the proposed Bill would actually cover fewer people than the programs, currently, protect Joel rose NPR news. Teachers in Los Angeles have reached a tentative deal with the city school district with hopes of ending a six-day strike, but more than thirty thousand educators. NPR's Eliza Nadkarni has more union members will vote on the proposal tonight in order to end a strike and send teachers back into the classroom. The leaders remain optimistic in Los Angeles for city that embraced the idea that public education matters that children matter that teachers matter today is a day full of good news. That's L as mayor Eric Garcetti at a press conference announcing the deal. This is the beginning of making sure that L A gets the schools that they deserve the new deal addresses, teachers salaries and smaller classes, community schools charters among other things, but union and district leaders did not share details. Listen to NPR news. Australia's lower by the closing bell. The Dow was on three hundred one points at twenty four thousand four hundred four that's a one point two percent drop. The NASDAQ down one hundred thirty six points. That's a one point four percent drop and the S and P five hundred thirty seven points. This is NPR. The supreme court could soon rule whether a Phoenix business that sells wedding invitations may refuse to serve same sex. Couples for member station K J Z in Phoenix. We'll stone reports the court heard oral arguments today in the high profile case the owners of brushing studio are challenging of Phoenix law. They say would force them to design invitation celebrating same sex, weddings. They say that goes against their belief that marriage is between a man and a woman attorney Jonathan Scruggs is representing the two women who owned the printing business Phoenix is telling these young women to forget the faith that inspires their work to the faith that inspires them to create and speak. Messages to remain silent about the messages. They wanna convey the city argues the business wants a blank check to refuse services to gay people. And the law only requires them to make the same kind of invitations. They would I straight couple for NPR news. I'm stone in Phoenix. Toyota and Panasonic are launching a joint venture next year to make batteries for electric vehicles. The new company signals a shift in strategy for Toyota, the world's second. Biggest automaker until now it's been heavily invested hybrid vehicles. Like, the Prius and hydrogen fuel cell cars the joint venture signals. Toyota's portioned a battery powered all electric cars, it plans to offer an all electric model of every car at sells by the year twenty twenty-five oil prices lower by the closing bell down.

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"nadkarni" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"nadkarni" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The will of that i mean he could get on the phone with someone but he no he got to be asking a player like ankle adults take the veterans edgy a huge echo even for edge oh i i again i think w for cavaliers with the biggest hit the even right now all the controversy watery given out leg injury jobs at jr uh you know abroad could get on the froze what he can't change the fact that they're capped out even without audubon i think that it could work out this offseason the fact they've already struck sorts party part of the rules strict it could saguy out of the southern them from going out there and kind of aching igloos what else you know it's funny sogara's ron nadkarni lbw look at hindsight i guess l abroad does leave next summer to go to the la lakers are something we'll try to read the tea leaves the baby letsie chinalike dropped the breadcrumbs wasn't there are the report that someone told paul george it's not to come to the cavaliers in that person may or may not as bit lebrun james was that dollar report that came out a couple of weeks ago it was pretty funny uh raw were also talking about some other eastern conference teams a team that i know that you are a feel very highly the finally at highly about is the miami heat obviously year miami native but also boston both making their pitches for gordon hayward i mean you know signs at fenway a side hustle on whites on tweeting out you know pictures the beach put all that aside if you're to guests you know if you had the gandhi your had proverbial gone to your head where do you think hayward is going decide if it's not boston then what do they do this is such a question ghenda my head i read our again just talked a lot of multiple reports have like i think miami is a little bit ahead of boss out there it's just so i mean you heard a lot about the meeting we haven't heard of our about the celtics meeting so former i will say they were hit by image for a were you know.

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