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"patel" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"I think, yes, I think as a piece of writing, I think it's one of the best written specials out bar none in a very long time. Just from what I just said, structurally from what I hope to achieve, there's a billion Easter eggs. Hidden within. Little callbacks little tie ins. From a performance perspective, I watch him and, you know, I don't want to give an excuse for it, but you know, the special I taped at four days after my grandfather passed away. My grandfather passed away December 8th, 2021. And December 12th, I had lined up doing this special. And I remember thinking on the 11th, I was so short and Curt with people like I was a mean and that's not who I am and it was only after I did the. Stock and Patel is hot. Once that, 'cause December 12th of special taping is dark and Patel is hot was taped on December 16th to 18th, that stress factory. It was on December 21st that Monday when I came back to my apartment and everything was done, no more tour dates. I was just free until January something. I took a bunch of shrooms and I just I cried for like an hour and a half. 'cause I hadn't really cried about my grandpa died and it was like the first release I had had from like working and all that kind of stuff. All that to say, like I watched the special and I'm like, I can see my flaws and my tension as a performer that's existing within that special. And you know, Pam, my publicist is going to be like, don't shit talking home special. I'm like, I'm not shit talking it. I'm just viewing it very candidly as someone who knows what a specialist and we can be. Again, like as a piece of writing, impeccable. I will challenge anybody. I'm sure there's some words and some fat and some better word choice I can make and all that kind of stuff, but as a joke piece is something that's structured. I think it's damn near flawless. From performance perspective, I definitely have seen, I've watched the tape as Kobe would say. And I know what moves I got to make for the next one. I know how to what angles I got to cut and all that kind of stuff. And I'm ready and happy to make that next leap.
"patel" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Hello and welcome to good one a podcast about jokes. I'm your host, Jesse James Fox. You know, when I started covering comedy over a decade ago, it was really rare for a comedian to be able to play theaters. It was like two or three, maybe four people. And it meant you've been able to build your own audience, not just people who want to see comedy that night. Your own fans over decades of touring and high profile Hollywood work and often clever fan base management systems. Where now I look at the calendar at town hall in New York or the Wilbur theater in Boston or the Warner theater in D.C. and I recognize all the names, but often I feel like I have no idea how they got so popular. And I'm not mad. I'm just like, wow, look at them, go. And often, my assumption, which is proven correct. Is TikTok. Sometimes it's Instagram, sometimes it's YouTube, but I call all of those things stick dog. And though he isn't the only example, what I'm exactly describing is where to mesh Patel is in 2022. Pre-pandemic, nimesh was doing, okay, he is years removed from his one year stint as the first ever Indian writer for SNL. And the time he made national news for being asked to leave the stage during a performance at Columbia. He also just left a job as a field producer for full frontal with Samantha bee. And he was working in well regarded, but I don't think anyone was thinking it explosion was imminent. He was just like a solid comic. But two years later, he has 1 million followers on TikTok, a following that has kick started his touring business and made him a model that's so, so, so, so many comedians are now following. Earlier this year, after releasing two other hour collections that are more like mixtapes, nimesh put out his first proper hour special on YouTube called thank you China again referencing TikTok. The joke we're going to play is from that hour is about healthcare, a topic to mesh has long been obsessed with. There's actually more healthcare material in the special that we won't get to. And based on our conversation, the mesh product has even more coming. But let's start with this joke. Here is nimesh Patel. I don't trust medicine either. Because the healthcare is a criminal enterprise.
Liz Cheney Has Done Us Dirty!
"To this is the most amazing thing. I just love seeing people's reaction to this. One of the greatest pieces of cable television I've seen. In quite some time. We'll start with cut 11. Are you planning to vote for Liz Cheney? In our class? Hell no. Are you planning to support Liz Cheney? Absolutely not. What are your thoughts about Liz Cheney running for a fourth term? Personally, I think she said for three too many. Keep in mind, in 2020, Donald Trump won about 70% of the vote in Wyoming. So Liz Cheney's work on the January 6th investigation isn't playing so well with many Wyoming voters. She's done us dirty. That's great. You're not wrong. That might be the best TV of the last three years. It gets better. She's done it dirty. That should be a billboard that we should put in downtown Cheyenne. I love it. She's done us dirty. That actually you know what? That's a great idea. We should just put it next to Cheney's house that she doesn't live in. Continue cut 23. Here in Cheyenne, more than 1600 miles from Washington, D.C., almost everyone we spoke with told us they believe Liz Cheney is too focused on Donald Trump and the January 6th committee and not paying enough attention to what they believe matters to the people here in Wyoming. She doesn't know what her constituent constituents want here anymore because she's lost touch with the values of the people. I don't feel like she supports her people here in Wyoming anymore. The things that she's voting for don't really reflect what the people here in Wyoming feel. Cash. I'm semi speechless. I mean, that is absolutely amazing. And look, Liz Cheney probably knows she's going to lose because she's going to run for president.
Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump
"I saw the headline, they're going to try to indict Trump from DoJ or investigating it. We did a little show on it. That's it. So I'm going to kind of be learning alongside the audience. So just forgive my ignorance on some of this stuff, but we've been on a lot of other stories. So we have a piece of tape here. This is, okay, tell us who Chris Miller is. Chris Miller was the acting Secretary of Defense at the end of the Trump administration when I was chief of staff. So he was the civilian in charge of the entire Department of Defense. Got it. So this is a minute and 17 second clip. It's Chris Miller. Testifying in front of the January 6th committee. This is the full tape, we're going to play this and then tell us the significance of it because at the surface it looked like this made Trump look really bad. Play cut 26. So what do we clear here that since then, in February 2021, Mark Meadows said on Fox News Fox News that quote, even in January, that was a given as many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the Secretary of Defense. Is there any accuracy to that statement? Not from my perspective, but I was never given any directional order or duo of any plans of that nature. So I was surprised by seeing that publicly. But I don't know the context or where it was. No, we obviously have plans for activating more of both. But that was not anything more than contingency planning. There was no official message traffic or anything of that nature. It just so we're clear you did not have 10,000 troops to be on the ready for January 6th. Prior to January 6th. A non military person probably could have some sort of weird interpretation but no, to answer your question. That was not part of my plan or the Department of Defense at this point. This sounds bad for Trump. Why am I wrong? So because a, it's a snippet, but I'll take it in reverse, right? He's right. We couldn't have legally had 10,000 troops on the ready. National guardsmen and women are everyday citizens, cops, doctors, teachers, homeschool nurses, whatever you. We have to pull them out of their everyday lives and bring them in. That's the only way to use domestic military law enforcement assistance. Not the everyday military. And what Chris said is a 1000% accurate. We didn't have on the ready because we had no request from Bowser and Pelosi to do so.
Kash Patel Campaigns for Abe Hamadeh, Arizona Candidate for AG
"Here with the legendary cash Patel sub cash. It's great to be back in Arizona. I love it. Yeah, so your campaigning, tell us about it. Let's go and so, well, I tell you what, we got America first candidate, we were in Tucson last night with Blake masters the next center from the state of America. Amen. You just had him for a full hour. Yeah, we had Abe out there and Carrie Lake as well. The crowd was ridiculous. So tell us about Abe, I haven't endorsed it. I don't know that well. We get some emails from people. They're not so crazy about him. Tell me about ape. Well, here's the reason I like, hey, because of his military background, his experience overseas. He's actually been a prosecutor in the pit, which to me, maybe I'm a little biased. Being an actual prosecutor not being a high level guy who's done the work and, you know, and I told him, I'm happy to endorse you, but, you know, you're going to have to hold up your end of the bargain. And his biggest bargaining point was, I'm going to go down and take on the cartels in Mexico. And for Arizona, that's a big thing. That's everything. To declare them a foreign terrorist organization, which I haven't heard a single other state attorney general candidates say they would do. Yeah, he better get armed security. Well, you know what? I believe that he's going to do that. And that's why I like it.
Harmeet Dhillon Shares an Update on America's Political Spectrum
"With us right now is hard meet Dylan constitutional lawyer and all around fabulous American patriot, Hamid, I want to ask you a political question first. You're doing a lot of traveling and speaking. What are you seeing on the grassroots heading into the midterms? I know you're a committee. Committee woman, I guess that's the right way to say it with the RNC. What are you seeing politically right now in the country that's happening? Well, thank you, Charlie. Yes, I represent California, the Republican National Committee is a National Committee woman. And what I'm seeing is very interesting. It isn't just Republicans fired up about taking back the house and about 2024. There are so many Americans across the political spectrum that are disgusted and disenfranchised that I think we are going to see some historic 40 year opportunities to pick up seats here. And hopefully that will continue to propel us into 2024 and it is so critical with what is happening between the economic devastation but also culturally what's happening in our schools, what's happening in our culture and our workplaces and with the continuing devastation and civil rights violations of the COVID lockdowns that I think that it is political malpractice if Republicans don't think carefully and seize the day. It can not be business as usual with the usual suspects doing their usual table banging. It has to we have to really have a revolution here in politics.
A Shocking Update on the Spread of Monkeypox in America
"Has the most monkeypox cases in the world and you might be wondering how does one get monkeypox? Well, monkeypox is transmitted largely through close sexual contact, the trading of bodily fluids, if you will, in primarily the gay community in America. Now, you can say this, but you might get banned from social media, but just listen to the CDC director Rochelle Walensky, saying this and listen carefully to what she says, play cut 40. We do have seen now two cases that have occurred in children. Both of those children are traced back to individuals who come from the men who have sex with men community, the game and community. And so when we have seen those cases in children, they have generally been what I call adjacent to the community most at risk. Wait, how did children get at exactly? You mean that they were raped? That deserves an explanation. How on earth did kids get monkeypox? You don't get it by swimming in the pool, who raped the children exactly. Rochelle Walensky?
Kash Patel on the Recent Hunter Biden Revelations
"I want to get to another story here, cash, and maybe cash if you're in town, please stop by the studio, would love to chat with you about this. So this story from the post millennial dot com. Joe Biden met with at least 14 of Hunter Biden's business partners while vice president under Obama. Now I'll be honest cash, you know, I have a lot of things going on and I'm reading news. 7 to 8 hours a day. People say Charlie, what's your show prep? Show prep is life, okay? Everything we're doing is show prep. Right. But I'll be very honest. I'll be very honest. That I can't even follow all of the wrinkles in this Joe Biden Hunter Biden story. There's new messages coming out saying that he did indeed call him a the big man. I mean, it is daily at this point, cash, walk our audience through these recent revelations and the significance. Well, I think as a former federal prosecutor and the Russia gate guy, I think the only place you need to look is the fact that CNN is headlining that Hunter Biden is now under investigation. And if you rewind the clock and you remember these people are the same ones that said, all of this information is coming from one place. Hunter Biden's laptop. And everybody, including Twitter and CNN said that was fake information, disinformation, including 51 former intelligence officials. What you now see is what I've always done when I was leading investigations made in the house or the Department of Justice. They're following the money. Money doesn't lie. Tax evasion schemes don't lie. So what you are seeing is piecemeal evidence text messages which sort of color the window framing of this money trail of him getting paid by burisma that not declaring in federal taxes. Did he register with the overseas authorities to lobby on their behalf? These are the snippets of information that's coming out. And when it's coming out like this, that, to me, is certainly always meant that there is a pending indictment coming in the near future and they're just trying to leak favorable information to muddy the water.
Kash Patel: Pres. Trump Was Concerned About Security Across the U.S.
"That the president mentioned the National Guard at a concern for security at the capitol building What exactly did he say to the best year recollection Sure It was a meeting you don't really forget because we were discussing something totally unrelated to the protection of America's national security interests which is what DoD does Then at the end the president asked us to stay and discuss the security posture for any of the events leading up to January 6th and on January 6th So not just for Washington D.C. but for across America because he knew there was gatherings that have been discussed on social media and events we're going to take place in Washington So he asked questions about the security posture and what he could do or what could be done to enhance it especially in Washington So he was concerned about security throughout the country and especially in Washington correct Yep that's right That's what you just said That's what he said correct Yes That's my recollection That's a summary of it yes
Kash Patel Confirms President Trump Offered up the National Guard
"I want to walk through this because the committee has released an audio Of the former acting Secretary of Defense which they are suggesting that no Donald Trump did not authorize or encourage the National Guard to be poised to assist on Capitol Hill What exact day was that meeting that you had and that you were in the Oval Office with the president and with whom else were you in the Oval Office Was that my head of January 3rd or fourth two or three days before the Capitol Hill events of January 6th It was myself as chief of staff of DoD the Secretary of Defense Chris Miller the chief of staff of the president of the United States Mark Meadows the president of the United States and chairman of Jordan chiefs of staff Mark milley And maybe one other person Okay So at least U four and the president Yeah Did the issue of the National Guard come up yes or no Unequivocally yes Who brought up the National Guard The president
Mega Millions jackpot hits $830 million
"The estimated jackpot for tonight's mega millions has grown I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest The jackpot for tonight's mega millions drawing is now an estimated $830 million It's the nation's fourth largest lottery prize and the biggest in more than a year New York bodega worker Patrick Patel says It's really a big chatbot The mega millions top prize has grown this large because no one has matched the game's 6 numbers since April 15th That's 28 consecutive draws without a jackpot winner Patel says poor people play like $10 $20 $30 $50 They just want to get in That's it The odds of winning the jackpot are one in 302.5 million I'm Lisa
Jan. 6 Committee Won't Admit Trump Offered Safety for Jan. 6
"And so people say why didn't Trump do anything This demonstrates he likes character This demonstrates that their election of duty This demonstrates he should never serve Another even some rhino editorial writers Some of whom are an editorial boards I suppose Wall Street Journal national review and others Donald Trump is not fit to be president They don't mention any of this either When they write what they write when they spew what they spew nothing Zero Why is that Why is it the Liz Cheney goes on with Bret baron lies through her teeth About Trump authorizing National guardsmen to be available Should the Congress or the mayor ask for them And to be even more specific about that there are 5 witnesses to this All of whom have given testimony One of them has been on this program Cash Patel But the acting Secretary of Defense and cash Patel both say it was at the end of the meeting With general milley the cash Patel with the Secretary of Defense and others With a meeting about something else regarding national security and the president told them hold on a second What are we doing about January 6th It was he who asked them And it was he who suggested The authorization for national guardsmen
These Are the Elections Kash Patel Is Keeping an Eye On
"So cash, I want to ask you, there's a lot of elections happening right now. What races are you looking at? What candidates are you behind? Where do you think the America first agenda has the best chance of success in the kind of as we're ending the primary season right now? Well, let's start with the great state of Arizona. Of course I'm a huge champion and proponent of Kerry Lake, who I've endorsed. My first gubernatorial endorsement, I think she's America first candidate who understands border security and the need for national security priorities and putting American citizens first. Similarly, I endorse Blake masters. He's going to be the next senator of Arizona. We're going to flip that seat with the drive and leadership of Donald Trump to make him his candidacy front and center, just like he did out west in my home state of Nevada to Adam laxalt. We're going to do similar out west. We're going to take the west back and we're going to take America back while we do that because we have people who care about the border, people who care about economics and people who care about tramping down illegal narcotics that are killing our youth at record numbers due to Chinese fentanyl flowing in from Mexico. And I know Arizona was excited to have president Trump here. But he had to push it a week because of the loss of his passing of his ex-wife. So it's very sad. And he's doing okay. And the trooper that he is. He's just going to push it a few days and he'll be out west with us in a week or
Kash Patel Shares an Important Update on Durham's Investigation
"With us right now is a friend of the program cash Patel, former DoD chief of staff, an author of plot against the king, cash welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, thanks for having me. Great to be with you. So what's going on with Durham? Danchenko is standing trial in the fall. What's the latest out of the Durham investigation? Yeah, look, you know, he's prepping for trial. You're correct. He's going on trial in Virginia in the fall. I think September, October, and what prosecutors do and what I did as a former federal prosecutor is you issue trial subpoenas. So the latest flurry, 30 witness trial subpoenas were issued by danchenko. Now, that's a big case. When it comes to federal prosecutions, usually you can tidy up a federal criminal prosecution with about ten to 15 witnesses. This is two X that. So he doesn't have to call every one of those, but he means he means to tell the court in the world that he's flying in witnesses from around the country and around the world. To make his case against danchenko. And so hopefully we'll get more information as we get closer to trial with the pretrial pleadings and motions that the defense and Durham will file. And hopefully Merrick Garland will allow John Durham with a continue his work on other cases, even though I've heard rumblings of
Exposing 'Woke Capital' and ESG With Vivek Ramaswamy
"I mean, people can be very nasty brutish and short to one another, and that can in fact corporate America as well. And something I want to explore with you with this new dogma is what do we go about doing to solve this because it seems as if we're stuck in this paralysis while we don't like government and we don't like corporations so then what do we what do we do to actually go about making this issue or mitigate this issue? I guess you could say, but I just want to reemphasize this though, which is the wokes. They've always cared about power. That is the post modernist philosophical construct. They only care about power dynamics. And someone 20 years ago either intentionally unintentionally realized they said, oh my goodness, the corporations are actually more powerful than the federal bureaucracy. So if we can infiltrate and take over the corporations, it's running the whole country. And it's one thing to take over the FBI and the CIA. We're going to keep on doing that. But to take over Google, to take over Goldman Sachs, now we really can make American our image. Yeah, so look, I think that the issue here is that you have this waterfall of political accountability, right? We were talking about how the state is really using private companies to do through the back door, what they couldn't do through the front door. Back in 1980s, the 1980s, the problem was they used to delegate it to the three letter acronyms like you were citing before the break, right? FBI DoJ, you name it. What's happened is back in 1980, this is what Ronald Reagan tried to fix was the delegation of congressional lawmaking authority to this alphabet soup of the federal government, FBI DoJ SEC, FTC, FDA, FCC, the list goes on. What we're seeing today is actually the governmental delegation of power to a new alphabet soup. FB, BLK, GS, the kinds of AMC and MSFT. The kinds of companies that actually are insulated from political accountability. So the question is, how do we solve this problem? I've spent time writing books about this. You talk about this on your talking about it's fine. I think it's seeing the problem with clear eyes is important. How do we solve the problem? And I think there are multiple categories. There's no silver bullet. I think there are legal solutions, right? I think if people bring cases in court, claiming state action when the government has voted to private company to do something that the government couldn't do.
Strive Asset Management's Vivek Ramaswamy Describes 'ESG'
"Is Vivek ramaswami. Vivek. Welcome back to the program. Good to see you, Charlie how are you doing? Doing great. Thank you. And you are the author of nation of victims and the executive chairman of strive asset management. That can you walk us through what is yes G that is a great question to ask because the proponents of this movement have made it impossibly difficult to actually define. One of the things I've been doing is holding that movement to task for what it actually stands for. So the short answer is it stands for environmental social and governance factors that are supposed to influence how capital is invested in the economy. What does that mean? It's anyone's guess, but what it has come to mean in practice is that there is one political end of the spectrum that is represented. Its views and corporate America using the investments of everyday Americans to do it. So I'll make it really specific for you. What's basically happening is a small group of asset managers who pledge allegiance to this philosophy, ESG. Firms like BlackRock, state street, Vanguard, three of the largest asset managers in the world right there. Together, managing over $20 trillion that's more than the GDP of the United States. What they do is they aggregate the money of everyday citizens, probably many listeners of your program included in that. Maybe you and I too. And what they do is they take our money, but then they invest in money and companies across corporate America and tell those companies that you have to abide by these climate goals that you have to abide by these emissions caps that you have to abide by these diversity equity inclusion standards and racial quota systems in your boardrooms. And if you don't, then we're going to fire you as CEO, then we're going to take seats on your board, then we're going to cut your pay.
Kash Patel: Chuck Schumer Had Intel About Potential Dangers on Jan. 6
"Wouldn't it be rational to conclude that if the executive branch had that information It would have been shared with or perhaps came from Capitol Hill the capitol police and so forth the FBI and others Well what we've learned is from the Biden DoD inspector general investigation of the DoD's conduct leading up to January 6th where they found themselves the Biden inspector general that we did not delay and we acted appropriately and swiftly in relation to the National Guard It also found that the FBI had sensitive intelligence that they selectively shared with Chuck Schumer and not with the other Intel agencies and law enforcement community writ large So those are questions Chris ray can only answer as to why he failed to do that And any information we received of course we acted upon but of course president Trump proactively preemptively said just in case I'm giving you the authorization because that's what the law requires And so you can use it not just in Washington but anywhere across America let's go ask the governor if they need it
Kash Patel: Trump Had Offered 20k National Guard Soliders for Jan. 6
"Do we know why The Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi declined the president's offer For national guardsmen and how many did he offer The president offered up to 20,000 in the law works as xeno mark is the president can authorize the National Guard or the second component of the laws there must be a request by a federal agency or a governor in this case mayor of D.C. And Nancy Pelosi controls the federal capital police and therefore they report it to her and why they did not want it I would leave it to the political experts I'm a national security guide but they seem to be worried about the optics just like they were worried about the optics of Lafayette square though there was a hypocrisy of their way And they also could have put up a no crime fence around the capitol They failed to do that And they failed that federal law enforcement there surrounding the capital such as the FBI and DHS They failed to do a great many things that would have been very simple to do
Kash Patel: Trump Had Offered National Guard to Pelosi Before Jan. 6
"Did or did not President Trump and or his administration Or for national guardsmen To Nancy Pelosi and her people before January 6th Unequivocally yes January 4th in the Oval Office I was there with the commander in chief the Secretary of Defense the chairman of joint chiefs of staff and the chief of staff for the president of the United States where the president unequivocally authorized up to 20,000 national guardsmen and women on January 4th immediately thereafter as chief of staff for the Department of Defense We executed that authorization and went to Nancy Pelosi and the capitol police and mayor Bowser and they all said no and mayor Bowser put it in writing in the United States Capitol police timeline that was just released shows that they declined and put it in writing Do we know why The Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi declined the president's offer For national guardsmen and how many did he offer The president offered up to 20,000 in the law works as you know mark is the president can authorize the National Guard or the second component of the laws there must be a request by a federal agency or a governor in this case mayor of D.C. And Nancy Pelosi controls the federal capital police and therefore they report it to her and why they did not want it I would leave it to the political experts I'm a national security guide but they seem to be worried about the optics just like they were worried about the optics of Lafayette square though there was the hypocrisy of their way And they also could have put up a no crime fence around the capitol They failed to do that And they failed that federal law enforcement there surrounding the capital such as the FBI and DHS They failed to do a great many things that would have been very simple to do
Kash Patel: Hutchinson Was Not Present When Trump Offered Nat'l Guard
"Cass hutchison was she in that meeting with your group with the president of the United States when the president of the United States decided to offer up to 20,000 guardsmen to protect the capitol building Yeah I mean that's it not to be live about it Mark but junior staffers who sit far away from the Oval Office and have nothing to do with the national security of the United States or nowhere near those meetings And rightfully so the Oval Office is a skiff It's a secure compartment of information facility where we were discussing with the president some of the most sensitive national security operations unrelated Obviously the January 6th that's why I remember that meeting So vividly because the Department of Defense under president Trump did not stop our no fail mission and we continued on that morning But let me be clear she was not in that meeting correct No one else is in that meeting other than the 5 people I listed except for maybe one other person coming in and out But not her Not her She
"patel" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart
"Faster to adapt the new culture. That you're going into in trying to help your mom along the way as you could as you grew up at yeah i can. I can totally see your team patel my life to you know when i think of how i build teams and how i lead them. I'm very conscious and specific about who i'm bringing in. And the fact that everyone comes in with a unique skill that works with the other person. I'm not looking for someone that can do it right because that doesn't work. It hasn't the way i grew up. Didn't what you'll were good at different things than than collectively we were just great heavy. And that's why. I kind of looked for when i'm on building team out as well. That's really good advice. and thought about that but it makes perfect sense. Will if you are starting this journey all over again. What advice would you give your younger self. So paw up being the collective and not the individual means you really have to work on your on your confidence and so my youngest fell. I would say. And i told this to my niece. Today is reinvesting incompetence. Not just competence. I struggled with that for a while and especially being a women in the corporate world. I've struggled with it more so than my my male counterparts who have both but they just naturally seem to have a lot more lot more confidence. So yeah i would tell. I would say that both need a lot of work. You condescend competent and and succeed because you have to be competent and show that competency by having confidence in it. I'm laughing a little bit because it my wife and my daughter who's thirteen are the only two other humans in my house. They will tell you..
"patel" Discussed on WTOP
"Patel. It can be done. Visit Patel dot org w. T o p at 8 38 traffic and weather on the AIDS Now, right back over to Jack in the traffic center, the toe Chuck did his job on the Beltway outer loop. This has ended the Springfield interchange after the Robinson terminal headed toward I 95 ft out and block the left lane. The tow truck was going to try to get the vehicle that was slammed into the jersey well sideways. Straightened out now get it up on the tow truck just pulled the last of the cones out of that left lane. So lanes are once again open but obviously quite a bit to look at with all the flashing lights or slowdown. Still, as you approach to 36 headed past Braddock Road inner loop of the Beltway been having the same area but getting looser if you will headed up toward gallows road, and I 66 writing in Tysons McLean without delay. There were a couple issues on 66 going West. Headed toward 28 senator, There was a crash that originally was in the right center lane, then maybe a hind it There was a broken down vehicle in the second line from the right. Hopefully, both of those are out of the roadway. We still have some slowing, though eastbound to delay began in Manassas headed east into Centerville, then a little bit heavy again as you approach not headed toward the Beltway, but should find your traveling is open on that stretch. 3 95 a little delay show approach, Duke Headed towards King Street, then slow Boundary channel drive to the 14th Street Bridge. You will find 9 95 very heavy. Very slow. You're jammed in Falmouth to the wreck before Stafford that had been blocking the left lane. Watch out as well. If you're on route one down in the valley got a localised power attitudes are going to be impacting some traffic signals. 95 main line was a little heavy coming out of Woodbridge riding into Lorton. Then again, a delay in Newington. Delays on the Beltway in Maryland inner loop 3 55 slows over toward Connecticut Avenue and then again into college Park headed down toward the greenbelt Metro. Little heavy, passing the 50 interchange as you run down toward the Wilson Bridge. Now you look good outer loop topside slows 95 over toward Georgia Avenue than in the big curve. Southbound to 70 slows near the main ocracy into a bana down to one. Oh, nine. In writing at a Clarksburg through Germantown, heading toward Montgomery Village Avenue. Brief delay passing through Rockville. Then you're slow the length of the spur getting onto the outer loop Troubled in the district is going to be on the freeway west before seventh Street Southwest, the crash in the right lane. One was overturned and had been on fire in northwest Irving Street. Eastbound was closed at Park Place. Follow police direction there, and there was a wreck in Northwest on U Street at 15th Street. Jack Taylor w T o p traffic. And not a storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts first happened today. Not looking too bad temperatures right around 90 degrees, So, yeah, it'll be hot. It will be a little humid,.
"patel" Discussed on No Agenda
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"patel" Discussed on Techschanges: Insights on Innovation
"Privacy focused. Os take it out and drop atkin. You're dating windows. Install to what degree do you think. The design of the laptop will resonate with consumers. When they're making the purchase in terms of now. I have a whole bunch of options that i might not have had with a traditional notebook designed versus thinking ahead and saying okay. I'm going to be able to get to the goal. You mentioned twice the lifetime out of this than i would from from another laptop i think it is ultimately a combination. I think sort of the delayed gratification of longevity is not necessarily a thing that people are thinking about when they buy a product. Although you know we hope that people we hope that people do. But you know that ability to customize rate from day one. We think sort of immediately lands the concept. This is different. This is open for you to be able to do what you want with. In ways that other products aren't and that we're just gonna continue to extend that with the availability of repair parts upgrade parts to get that one jet me to you and kind of going back to the expansion cards in the modules. This is going to continue to become richer and more interesting ecosystem. The more we grow it. You know the more users we add into the install base the more at third party companies makers who can come in as expansion heart makers or other macho makers the more interesting ecosystem gats and so we we do see that over time that richness of customization regulated is just gonna continue to get more and more interesting chapter for laptops one. That borrows a little bit from from their pass. But which has some exciting new applications neuro. I wanna thank you so much for being my guest today. Appreciate it.
"patel" Discussed on Techschanges: Insights on Innovation
"Everyone. I'm ross ruben. Principal analyst at radical research and welcome to tex changes. My guest today is europe patel. He is the ceo and founder of framework a startup that is looking to reinvent the laptop by allowing consumers to choose different components an upgrade them instead of having to throw the whole device as it gets a bit older. Thank you so much for being my guest today to chat with you so Tell me tell me what inspired you to start framework. Sure yes so you know after a decade and consumer electronics at your apple for a few years a man oculus for the last seven years i got to see. Basically the consumer electronics industry from end to add and just saw an enormous amount of waste and inefficiency just felt like an industry that was kind of broken from end to add except for the big platform owners. Like the you know the facebook. Some bugles naples of the world. It's a sort of like constant race to the bottom for companies that are in the space just out product for ultra low margins trying to make up in volume and there's for consumers is that we've got these products that are just not designed to last their affectively designed to work for some period of time and that we're out of breakdown or of date and then you cycle back through by another one and the process repeats over and over again and of course the end result of all that is just electric waste piling up everywhere and so just like for years of in thinking. That can't possibly be that industry. This important has to operate in such a broken model or must be a better way and so you came upon this erm concept of allowing purchasers to upgrade different components to offer different components really going far beyond the customized to order process that we have today from some of the leading vendors. Could you tell me a bit about the first product that your looking to bring to market and what some of the design goals were and what some of the module options are going to look like. Sure definitely so. I actually got one here. That says after reproductions is not data final version. Bits effectively act completing certainly complete enough to show off the features and functionality. Arrogancy core part of the framework laptop. Is that from five feet away. It looks and feels and behaves like a normal notebook. We sort of took that as like the core sort of table. Stakes of the product is of one half a thin light performance Half inch notebook that within those constraints is as repairable. Upgradable has cut in customizable as as can be and the idea there. It was really that we don't want it to be the slight challenging trade off or you have this great long-lasting product but it looks crazy in bulky at her stuff you know hanging off the bed we wanted. The you know the ninety nine percent of the time but using the product as a normal notebook to be that familiar. Great experience in that one percent of the time where you need to replace your battery or at an upgrade or formats for that to the not. Just possible that easy to do so you can see. Some of the differentiated functionality built in is from customization perspective. You can see that the ports instead of being sort of locked into places you typically find in a notebook. Fine but any factor. We've built our expansion card system. Where on both sides. The notebook there are few expansion court bay's at order time consumer gets to choose exactly what they want and it seemed like till the obvious thing to us that every person has a different set of needs when it comes to what devices they wanna plug into their he see. So why is that. We all have to have all donald adapters. Why not just make the no but flexible to accommodate what people actually want and so building the system. We've got usb a usb c display hdmi. Mike risky we have high speed expansion as for expansion. And we're just gonna continue to add new cards and also opened up the bring in third parties to make the wrong carts. It's funny as you talk about. Some of these options reminds me of some of the days of the pcm. Cia or and there were so many options for adding adding capabilities to pc's. That's where we saw some of the first wi fi cards and there were Ethernet storage There were there. Were all of these These options and we gave away a little bit of that. I think when that That slot a disappeared so any thoughts on the kind of a third party modules that you are expecting to see come to the platform. You've gotten a since announcing product publicly. last week we've got a ton of inbound interest from folks with You know their own applications that near the nice thing about this is that developing a card is relatively straightforward for you know a company making consumer electronics products or even a hobbyist individuals. Be able to do and so you know we. We want to see cards where someone has. Some specific need builds. You know hundreds of something in fines. The hundred people out there in the world who get super excited about that one. Have that built into their laptop. We really expect to seal a pretty massive proliferation of not. Just you know these really high running parts like that. You know like video output like an age. Gm i also really each things like microcontrollers data acquisition cards. Or you know high end audio output. That really enabled things that just haven't been available inside of a note. We're actually offering this. Not just as a pre-built system which you unbox are buying up. You get your pc like you would any other one but also has a kit. Modules you can customize switch deeper level and then actually assembly yourself and lo whatever. Osu like onto it just stop. You mentioned the diy option. Of course. it's still possible today to go out and build your own. Pc and pick your own video card and processor case and and all that but it can be a bit daunting for people who aren't comfortable getting inside of a box and hooking up all of these wires so it's cool to see that the framework computer can rekindle some of that excitement even though as you say to reach a broader audience. It's really going to have to support a lot of these more mainstream options as well definitely. So we've designed this thing to really be as easy as possible service like shut us down and actually opened enough in chase on the inside. But there's just exposed fasteners on on ship with a screwdriver. 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"patel" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
"I'm wrong i. I'm sorry but from a overall perspective is just that usually been and we have a mutual friend zhol t zero patel and her talking about Just the overall bridging the gap between hoteliers vacation rental hosts or managers. Because at the end of day i own a vacation. Rental management company also work with people in the hotel space like then. There's so many perks both and the you're the first one. I think that actually has not been like screw vacation rental. Screw you know airbnb. Whatever it's not gonna last. They're taking our inventory. They're taking our market blah blah blah blah blah. Yeah no i. I believe i believe need somebody like airbnb around. It's a wakeup call. You know we all need. We knew all need to have wake up calls. You know and this should be a wakeup call. I told people five years ago. Whatever four or five years ago. This industry is going to have something. That should be a wakeup call. And i didn't expect it to be colbert. But i did expect somebody like airbnb. Got you've got similar. Things to airbnb does a college student candidate created. I mean he's got a billion dollar company now And he's got a what's called. Jeff bezos is back in him as well and he was a college student that came up with leasing and management of student housing or college housing. And you know it's taken off in the way now. The hotels do have competitions and guests has options. You know i never call. It is an option being part of the industry. I'm sorry as competition being part of the industry but for a guest. It's an option now and for us. We need to look at it like they are telling us to do something now. That was kind of my call with them. They loved it that they're like this forty year. Old guy is getting it. You know the where they're like. Okay somebody finally got the hint. Somebody finally got it that. How can we just be. Click and goal without having anything we we we're not even providing housekeeping or breakfast and the guests still love it so when we think that breakfast is a key component breakfast is not the key component but is breakfast needed because now we've preached it so much yes because we preached it so much you know if we didn't preach it at high level then we want to need it and now when you eliminate something we're at this.
"patel" Discussed on Defocus Media
"Combination of gratitude being thankful and generally see you. Get more of your thankful for And very much of lebron in. That's and so certainly a joke around and said rather be lucky so for being pretty lucky but at the myself thinking to myself is pretty good in so Be tackled ramsey. Goes a long way you know depending on how you want to consume all ready for comment. Neil actually podcast. We do a sage. Linnet a siege at cleansing. Or and we do this every quarter we you know we that are coming. None of our our stay cellulite to do that. Serves send some of the energies of lugar that in combination of of was beyond some of the traditional way of the eagles along. So certainly lock. However you wanna define that i think is out me as amazing. That's amazing first of all that you went off aboard their gratitude but that's great Nfl appreciate the humidity honesty. would obviously. You're doing amazing things On so you know being humble suits put it. That way is incredible and really sage cleansing of your practice. That's something i'm gonna we're gonna have to talk about that a little bit more off line. 'cause that's something i be definitely into doing at our practices. You're right there so many entities through daily It's no surprise it you know. Sometimes you're on ener naked thrown off and the way him can be affected so anyways that's very cool very cool. Well thank you. Dr patel again for taking the time to join the on. Podcast sharing such incredible insights about your practice was the whole dryness. Specifically thank you for having your such a great Young entrepreneurs luiso thank you for having me and your sharing your voice and your ideas and thoughts with the rest of the community is really awesome and good luck to you. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. And i wanna say. Thank you to everybody who joined us in the audience where you're watching on youtube. Whether you're listening on apple podcasts for the your on spotify msci go check out dr refreshments foul checkout to cnbc eyecare and learn from them there. Thanks again for joining. And i will see you again very.
"patel" Discussed on The Nidhi Patel Show
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"patel" Discussed on The Nidhi Patel Show
"Aspects of blogging especially venue for stepping out is actually getting people to read your content. No-one read snow blow. This is one of the most common complaints many bloggers even when you do all the right things. It still seems to amount only small bits of traffic. I know this time joining frustrating in very discouraging. If no one asserting your blog than there might be a few things that you have failed to consider so let's staring in find the reasons so the first reason behind it is because you are not insanely useful. People for the most wad only gettable themselves as content created. It's your responsibility to give the reader dave on me. So useful that they can't ignore you drive writing long-form post very deeply expound on topic that could help your audience. Gave up three worksheets audiobooks. The poincare is dead is difficult for people to get deeply hooked on blonde very right about your day-to-day are very chevy teams rather than incredible have produce so before you probably should any posed. Ask yourself this one. Grishin mode is the value. Milder will get from reading this rate for your audience. Not for yourself. The second reason is inconsistent. If you right one great boost. Than-thank goes silent for weeks. It doesn't give people the chance to form a strong relationship with you. Even julie david forgettable do individ move unique to be consistent in order degree at audience. It much easier to connect with someone who is consistently prison than consistently inconsistent. You have to create a consistent schedule to stay at the gop offers minds and also google fresh and new content become consistent. Get new and stick throat. It could be one of the are due this month but stick with it. You might skip day or have something. Come up occasionally. That's fine but tried to be ninety five percent or more consistent with scheduled do so the terrorism is your is the first thing we delivery and it will decide whether the reader will click on your posts are just keep scrolling. The headline is arguably more important than the content itself. I mean after who cares how greater content if no one even reject you must spend time grafting attention grabbing headlines. The biggest reliable headlines is to educate the reader on what their postings about don't sex super high expectations to only have shot posts that Expectations violent want them to get to drink on july to readers. The fourth resent is your side. First impressions at everything in life in. Your website is no different. It's difficult to grow your audience if your site disclosure confusing arbitrarily unappealing before we take you more seriously. If you help professional consistent.
"patel" Discussed on The Nidhi Patel Show
"Of blogging I should have been here for sticking out is actually getting people to read your content. No one reads my blog. This is one of the most common complaints many bloggers have even when you get all the right things. It still seems to amount to only small bits of traffic. I know it's disheartening frustrating and very discouraging if no one is reading your blog and there might be a few things that you have failed to consider. So let's dive in and find that results. So the first reason behind it is because you are not insanely useful people for the most part only care about themselves as a content creator. It's your responsibility to give the reader board they want Be so useful that they can't ignore you try writing long-form post where you deeply expand on topic that could help your audience. Give out free worksheets or ebooks off. The point here is that is difficult for people to get deeply hooked on block very right about your day-to-day or where you share victims rather than incredible has put tutorial. So before you publish your any post ask yourself this one question, what is the value my readable get from reading this right for your name is not for yourself. The second reason is you are inconsistent. If you write one great post and then go silent for two weeks. It doesn't give people the chance to form a strong relationship with you. Eventually they will forget about you and they will move on you need to be consistent in order to grow your audience it much easier to connect with someone that has consistently present rather than consistently inconsistent. You have to create a consistent schedule to stay at the top of it as mines and all suck. OK Google fresh and new content pick a consistent schedule and stick to it. It could be born day of the week or two days per month but stick with it off, you might skip a day or have something come up occasionally, that's fine, but try to be 95% or more consistent with your schedule. So the third reason is you're unattractive. Play it is the first thing reader will trade and it will decide whether the reader will click on your post or just keep scrolling. The headline is arguably more important than the content itself. I mean after all who cares how great your content is if no one even read it, you must spend time crafting attention-grabbing headlights. The biggest rule about headlines is to educate the reader on what your post is about. Don't sex super high expectations to only have short posts that doesn't meet their expectations while you want them to catch him. You don't want to lie Readers Choice for treason is.
"patel" Discussed on Swarfcast
"F. C. A. S. T.. I'm honored to be with my Jahnke. Patel director of mayank brass fit in Jamnagar India. Welcome to the show, Myong. Thanks. No, it's a pleasure to be here. Yeah I it's. It's really good to catch up with you. I met my Jahnke. Was it two years ago. Something like that. We sold my young a boo fully Hand Bufalino rotary transfer machine. For those of you who are not familiar. I. Don't know if it's a rotary transfer machine, maybe it's just like a trenin transfer machine, but huge machine can make parts by the millions and you are the only company in India using these machines correct right now, there's one more company that is using this machine is just it's a brand new machine just installed in. December. Of last year. Okay. But for a while, you were the only one using this machine, my understanding from talking to you the other manufacturers in. India. It's like polar opposite. They're using single spindle. CNC's that costs twenty thousand dollars, equivalent So you two of these, Elise. How. Much did the new ruefully, you bought before you bought the one from us. How much did that cost? that. Was About eight hundred thousand. Euros. Right. Back. When you bought it was probably I know one point two, million dollars. One point, three, million dollars. Yeah. Yeah. Wow, incredible machine. So now today we're GonNa talk about India, what it's like to run a machining company in India..
"patel" Discussed on The Nidhi Patel Show
"That direction. Change the sect your belief brought you to where you are today and you're thinking from this point forward will take you to bury. You will be in the future if your thoughts Dome change your results won't change. And the good news is you can change your thoughts there by changing your results. But how we can do that in the beginning become aware of what you say to yourself or wage. Each of us has an internal voice. In other words. We talk to ourselves. I want to admit at this point that I always talk to myself. Like I'm not good enough. I can do this. I'm not talented like others will leave me. I experienced these thoughts work against you instead repeat.
"patel" Discussed on The Nidhi Patel Show
"Thought why do some people succeed While others fail? What's the key to success after reading? The book called attitude is everything written by Jeff Keller and applying that one principle that changed my life completely I can say that the key to success is in just six words and the same six words are Also the key to failure. Divine principle that makes you successful and can change your life is your dominant thoughts those six words. Have we become what we think about your success? But still it depends on the way you think the great writers philosophers religious leaders have agreed that our thoughts determine our action as Napoleon Hill said boss mind can conceive and believe the mind can achieve. And there are well-known words of Henry Ford who said whether you think you can or you think you can't you are right. So how this principle works if you constantly think about a particular goal, then you will take steps to move towards that goal. Let's say you want to be a dancer you constantly think that you are capable to be a good dancer you imagine the thoughts those positive pictures that like you are performing on a big stink people are clapping for you the complement you Etc and like a human magnet, you will attract those opportunities that will bring you in that direction as long as you clings to that thoughts and by truly believing in your ability to do so, you will begin to take steps to move toward that goal. You may take less than a human practice more but in the end you will start taking action and reach your objective now, imagine the same picture, but with negative thoughts you want to be a dancer, but you call log Complete think like I'm not good enough. I don't have talent like other dancers. What if people will laugh at me when I make mistake or forget steps? Does the thought force you to take action, of course not because you're thinking is dominated by all of the things that could go wrong. It's impossible to take Excel when I get mine filled with negative and self-doubting thoughts and without taking action how you drinks came into reality? You can achieve your goal when you believe in yourself and keep your thoughts focus on the positive. But remember the key word here is dominant a little positive thinking doesn't produce positive results. You can expect positive results when you spend a few seconds day thinking positively and the remaining sixteen waking are swelling on negative outcomes. Just like them a bit of that doesn't work. Look at the positive thinking in the same way a little bit just doesn't get the job done. It's true that you don't get results without action. But recognize that third precinct section you always give the actions that you have to take to achieve your code..
"patel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Try you again again the CEO of Patel we appreciate what you all are doing and we're anxious for you to start cranking out of the sterilization of the of these mass and I I believe he might indicate also how may times that you can you can do this promaster I think that's an interesting fact yes Sir can you hear me better I can hear you okay so first off governor I don't know how much your before but let me thank you and lieutenant governor for your tireless efforts to help us get these things through the at the end of your peers and dated with many new ideas coming in and to get this on top of the pile has been very helpful and I'm optimistic we'll get through this approvals very soon hopefully today so we actually develop the technology itself we get this a couple years ago with the FDA that showed that we could take in ninety five respirators and we could clean them with a concentrated hydrogen peroxide vapor several hours in basic decontaminate them for lots of things including bugs or worse the Copa ninety we sense testbed here we've proven it and we started about a month ago to build systems up and we've now built a system that can scale in the tens of thousands a day if you spoken out at each mass can be cleaned and reused up to twenty times and the way this process will work is were coordinating with local hospitals started here in central Ohio we want to expand out into those places you mentioned earlier so the house will be hospitals will collect the mask they get wrapped in plastic then as they get ready to ship they put them in a second plastic bag that bag is white down with alcohol to ensure the outside it's not contaminated it's career to our facility and then but tell experts scientists and technicians who are trained in BSL operations in full protective gear will treat each mask is if it's contaminated logo's mass into these eight by eight by twenty standard storage container like a like containers see trucks going around on the highway with liners and sensors and we will then but those mass under pressure for a couple hours with the hydrogen peroxide well then let them cool lot basically for about another five or six hours to get the parts per million less than one of hydrogen peroxide before they're brought back out we will then repackage and send the same mask back in the same hospitals and we believe this process we can do eighty thousand and more here locally and we can add systems as we need to and we are working parts and supply chains to be able to expand it but more systems out across the country well that's that's exciting you you want to go through a little bit kind of what the future might look like you've got some already I think in in place tell me you had one in place maybe that's right we have one in New York state on Long Island that was actually built over the weekend just ready to operate once we get the easy way approval we have another one in routes up for New York City and a place we negotiate with health professionals there to set up we have one in route to Seattle we would like to Adam and we expect to go to Chicago Washington DC next we'll have enough materials to do three or more systems over the next week and we're trying to work with federal local health officials to find the best spots but those were the need is the highest of the supply chain then become a limiting factor and we're trying to speed that up but we'll be able to build about two systems a week after that and we're looking for some alternate some some things that we might be able to use and get FDA approval to modify the system slightly to expand faster that's great let me one if you could hang there with us we're gonna take some questions in if anyone has a question for Lou now would be inappropriate to time to do it Mr adi Jilani from WH IOTV indeed thank.
"patel" Discussed on KCRW
"Picking up early signs of the disease. It's better to me. And I'm a very experienced retinal specialist the FDA approved the system called. Idee DR last April. But cool Patel heads the FDA office that shaping the algorithm approval process officials are bracing for a flood of applications because technology is involving rapidly Patel says in general, the FDA expects more evidence and assurances for technologies that have greater potential to cause harm if they fail. So that's how we think about it. And that's the burden are sort of expectation. We set on people who are making the products a simple tweak in a routine piece of software may not require any FDA review at all the rules are tighter for a change that could substantially alter the performance of an artificial intelligence algorithm. Be expect people who come back to and review that it's a brave new world here. And I'm wondering how do you feel that you're grappling with this into finding systems that make sense for the entire spectrum of software? That's coming down the pike. Who realized that we have to reimagined how we look at these things and allow for the changes that go on especially in the space in. Fact, the FDA is testing out a whole new approach to clearing algorithms. The agency is experimenting with a system called pre certification which puts more emphasis on examining the process that companies use to develop their products less emphasis on examining each new tweak and more time tracking will world performance. We are going to take this concept and take it on on a test. Run patel. Certainly does not want to see a high profile failure that could set back a promising and rapidly growing industry, of course, FDA clearance is focused on the performance of the product itself. It doesn't guarantee medical care. We'll get better every new technology has.