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"raj" Discussed on Business Podcast by Roohi | Entrepreneur,Marketing
"Podcast series i'll be bringing on experts industry and thought leaders to share their inside growth strategies etc on many topics ranging from marketing to the music industry and beyond dawn by raj goodman on who is the founder of goodman land and so high raj would you be able to kind of briefly explained to the audience who you are and what you do. I.
New School: a relaxation and story for your nap time routine
"Our story today is new. School was the first day at rogers new school as he waited for the bus he began to feel nervous rouge all kinds of things. He thought about the new friends he would meet. He thought about the new things he would learn this year. Then he took a deep dragon breath in doubt and slowed his running thoughts. He knew that staying present would help him through this exciting day so rosh took another deep breath in and out and then he took one more deep breath in and out feeling calm. The bus pulled up and rosh stepped on not sure where to set so that down quickly in the front seat maybe on the way home he would know who to sit by. Raj smiled at the kids across the aisle from him. Then they smiled back. That wasn't too bad. rash thought. The bus stopped again and again. Most of the kids got on knotted. Hello dhiraj and then walked back further on the bus then it one bus stop. Two boys stepped on high. One boy. said haven't seen you around before. I'm owing and this is andy. I'm rush rise replied. I just moved here great. We'll show you around. Do you mind if i sit here. Rosh shook his head known owen. Set next arrive. Andy sat in the seat behind them. The three boys chat at the rest of the way to school when the bus stopped. Andy said okay. Follow us. we'll show you what to do. The boys showed rosh where to put his backpack and where they waited in the morning while they waited. They found out that they all had the same teacher. The bell rang and it was time to go to their classroom since they were all in the same classroom. It was easy for andy owen to show rash where to go as they reached the classroom their teacher. Mr smith said welcome everyone. I'm your teacher. Mr smith look on the tables for your name and sit down in the chair next to it if you need help. Raise your hand. And i'll help you the class. Busily zipped around the room looking for their names soon everyone had found their own spot. With only a couple confusions there happened to be two inns in the class. So once the to ian found their spots mr smith went on to show everyone where all of the supplies would go step by step. Eventually everything was put away then. Mr smith got moving with the game. Afterwards it was back to explanations of the classroom team. Mr smith was very kind and assured everyone that soon it would be easy to remember everything until it was easy. He was there to help. The class seemed very friendly as well and roj began to feel more and more comfortable before long. It was time for lunch and recess. Owen and andy invited rush to sit with them. The three boys sat down at lunch finance. They finished andy said so. What would you like to do at recess. I usually play. football rash. said that sounds like fun. And said i'll get the ball. Andy said owen and roj found a spot to play football and andy grabbed the ball he brought over a brown oval ball and rash felt confused. I think that is a rugby ball. A football is black and white Puzzled that sounds more like a soccer ball. Why don't you come pick the ball that you mean owen suggested okay. Rush said in picked out around ball with black and white pentagon's. That's a soccer ball. Andy he said oh we call it football because you're only allowed to use your feet to touch it rosh replied
Using Big Data to Solve Economic and Social Problems
"Fake data tends to get a bad rap and it often deserves it from facebook's tools being used to abuse privacy to amazon knowing everything you buy two apps tracking all of your movements kids data minefield for consumers these days but in the hands of the right person big data can actually be a force for good or at least one hopes a force for good policy and raj. Chetty is trying to do just that. He's ahead of harvard based opportunity insights research institute. That's working solve america's inequality problem one data set at a time chetty has been tracking millions of people doesn't of years and tens of thousands of american neighborhoods in the process. He's learned that the country could be losing out on millions of inventors and that a move of just two miles might alter the trajectory of a third grader. But jetties research isn't just sitting in long excel. She's on dusty shells. It's helping drive. Bill gates spends his billions of dollars of philanthropy or how president elect joe biden crafts his pandemic economic recovery plant. But one thing he does best was all his piles of facts and figures is to make it easy for even the nandi to rock and there's an explosive term for that you do. Things apparently called chetty bombs. I'm not sure you love that name do like that. you mind. i guess. I guess they're unique insights where you can visually see something to do. Visualization of. What's happening. And i think some of the ones that i thought were much more effective was around covid. Which is where spending is happening or not happening so talk a little bit about what you're doing around cove it so in kobe. We're using data from a bunch of different private companies to track. What's happening to various key outcomes spending employment levels business activity and so forth in in a nutshell. What we basically find happened in the past six months is that high income folks started to spend a lot less like thirty percent less billions of dollars less per day primarily because of health concerns so lots of folks have the capacity to work remotely to self isolate and as a result they started to basically go outside their houses less and spent much less in person services. Local restaurants shops and so forth. Those businesses particularly small businesses then lost an enormous amount of revenue and in particular business located in affluent areas to think about for example the upper east side of manhattan or the highest income places in san francisco. They lost something like seventy or eighty percent of their revenues so just a massive impact in contrast in some of the less affluent places. Like if you think about the bronx or parts of queens you see more like twenty or thirty percent declines in revenue so much less than what you're seeing and appetizers and so then you got all these businesses that have lost a ton of money so what you can do with these data has asked. Okay how do they balance their books. Like what are you gonna do when you have much less money. Well naturally you see these businesses start to lay off lots of their workers and in particular. They lay off their low wage workers. If you look at some of these crops you can see very clearly this pattern where for low income workers people making less than say twenty or thirty thousand dollars a year. Somebody who works in a sandwich shop in downtown area of san francisco for example exactly seventy eighty percent of those workers have lost their jobs whereas that same worker if they weren't even at the same chain so you're working at a report layers something like that and you happen to be working at a branch that was in a less affluent area. You were much less likely to lose your job. Just because spending happened to fall less in those areas perhaps because essential workers are still out in about behalf to be outside their house because of the nature of their jobs were as time can folks can typically self isolate and so what's ended up happening is basically because of this production spending by the rich. It's lower income people who born the incidence of chuck and losing their jobs and finding now is we've had essentially a v shaped recovery for high income. Folks were their employment levels are back to where they were pre covid where it's lower income folks. You're still twenty percent below six million jobs below where you were where they've gone the brunt of the economic distress which i think anecdotally people get which is interesting one of the things that someone was talking about the statistics around the trump voters that wealthier people did vote for trump and mike while they're doing okay more than you think and their income is the same so they're not upset about this issue particularly jibe. That's right karen. I think what's more though as you can see. It's not trust lower income folks in general but in very particular areas right so in the past in previous recessions but you tend to see is that it's lower income folks in less affluent cities who took the hardest head turns out in this recession. It's actually flipped so silicon valley. For example has some of the highest rates for low income. People serfs there exactly because it's the opposite of what you might have thought because of the mechanism you just talked about. So this is one example of i think what you can see in these data but importantly as you touched upon you can basically have folksy this for themselves by just plotting the data in a very simple. I'm just finishing on covid with the cares act. Does the stimulus. Bill have an impact. Then you have this data now that you're showing this. They still haven't passed one. Maybe that's a good thing because they didn't get to see this data yet and they were just sort of shooting in the dark. Essentially isn't going to be a wakeup call or are they going to change their behaviors of where the money is going to be seeing the stated. How does that translate. Well i mean. That's the aspiration so what we're hoping going forward and i've been talking with a bunch of folks and the president elect and folks the biden team. I think there's a lot of interest both among those folks and on the other side of the isles who have been speaking with in trying to understand how we can do better invite of having these sorts of data. Because you know of course. They're always political debates about what we should focus on. But i don't think anyone is in favor of just spending lots of money and ineffective ways so talk a little bit about that concept of understanding effect understanding results in action take in the context of the current crisis the important paycheck protection program about five hundred billion dollars of loans to small businesses to try to keep people on zero again in the context of kobe to try to keep the economy going to stop businesses from laying people off so the way that program was designed. Lots of businesses were eligible in particular businesses with fewer than five hundred employees. And as you said you know there was kind of a hope that maybe giving these firms this money is going to keep lots of workers on the payroll and will make the recession. Not as bad. So what we did is using data from payroll companies which are cutting paychecks for millions of workers. We basically compare trends and employment for firms that had fewer than five hundred employees and hence were eligible for the paycheck protection program versus firms. That more than five hundred employees and ends were not eligible. So you can make an analogy there to sort of a science experiment. You've got a treatment group. The firms that have fewer than five hundred employees that got this extra assistance and the ones that up more than five hundred employees service kind of a control group. They tell you what would have happened if you didn't get this ski enough and so what you end up. Seeing the data is you can follow employment levels week by week and you can see very precisely that after april third that when when this program went into effect employment did start to go up a little bit at the smaller firms relative to the larger firms by about two percentage points. But the problem is it's only a two percentage point impact of fortune for every cost five hundred billion dollars so it it cost about three hundred thousand dollars per job that we saved as a result. Some of these are low wage. Jobs jobs that are paying about forty thousand dollars a year typically. So you know. You're spending an enormous amount of money to save these jobs now. I think people started to figure out over time that lots of firms might be taking up this program who weren't gonna lay off any workers anyway and as a result it wasn't super cost effective but we figured that out only several months afterward and so the kind of vision. We add some of this big data. Work that we're doing. And this is why i think it can be a moral force for social good as in agean. You could see as you're gonna steering the economy to three weeks later while this is kind of working but maybe we need to target it at firms that lost a lot of revenue or redesign it a bit so that it's more effective or in specific geographies like this area doesn't need any money. This area does exactly what specific sectors right. there are certain sectors particularly hard. You can take a really data driven approach and in private companies. This would be second nature right. I try to sell this product. I figure out within a couple of months people are clicking on this. They're not buying us. I'm going to then tweak it. In some way and i think we could do that from a social perspective for for policy with in my view much larger stakes.
Indian, Chinese defense ministers meet amid border tensions
"China has demanded that India immediately withdraw its troops from what it claims is its territory and on the border in the Himalayan region. The Chinese defense minister away from her told his Indian counterpart Raj not sing. That Delhi was entirely responsible for the current board attentions on Paris Sanity, Rajan reports. It was the highest level face to face contact between China and India since the tensions flat along the disputed Ladakh region and join the CIA. In a terse message, China made it clear that it would not give up an inch off. It's statically, the Indian minister said. The actions by Chinese troops along the border road in violation ofthe bilateral agreements. Both sides have deployed thousands of troops along the border after a class in June that killed 20 Indian soldiers in hand to hand fighting on an unknown number of Chinese casualties.
interview With Roger Glover Of Deep Purple
"I had a chance to spend some time with his Band on the road throughout Mexico we had some great journeys. We had a great lunch legendary ban that is on a long goodbye tour that apparently is getting longer because they've just released a great new album called whoosh here is Roger Glover of Deep Purple Raj. How are you my friend? I'm great I'm great. You remember that luxury. Well, we we. I don't remember what city it was in but we stumbled upon some some spot and remember the band playing and we had a couple of drinks. It was a wonderful afternoon. That's right. There were more in the band we're eating in the restaurant. That's really true. We have a great photo of that somewhere. But anyway have you been Roger I mean it's It's crazy times in the world and deep purple is such a global touring band. It must be quite strange for you'd have to be sort of tethered down right now. a very strange Initially the longest time I've ever had. Is Our full. Stop. Jane. Cooking cleaning. Gardening. Well. You've got a young one you gotta young onto don't you? Too Young well, eleven and nine that's pretty young. That's a that's a that's younger than mine. So I know what it's like it's it's a lot of work. On, my older one is came over for a couple of weeks. She shot forty now and married and my two grandkids. FOR THE MOA It's been a hectic hectic time I. Keep Thinking this a rehearsal took permanent retirement. But I you know I don't want that to happen. So we live in hope. we recorded this album nausea year and so. The original release date was June sometime to go put back to August. Having sitting on a new album beside long without getting released. He's like old hat to us now and yet everyone tearing it for the first time. Yeah. I was GonNa ask you used to that I was GonNa ask you about the time line on it because if I'm not mistaken when we were traveling together and we did run through Mexico together, I remember some rumblings at that time from some of the guys in the band about the idea of. Doing a new record. So at that point, it was still in the talking stages I think and then I'm assuming you wrapped up touring everybody said Yeah let's go for it and you once again connect with the Bob with Bob. Ezra talk about the timeline and and given that you guys are short of winding down. was there differences in the band as to whether you should do new record or not? No. No wasn't actually it was. Quite organic. We'll wanted to do it. I think the thing is since probe. we've done three albums with him now and there's I think there's a feeling that our age seventy S. This is the Korea and we we've got three Amazing albums. showed a sort of a late flowering of abandoned Korea if you like. Very happy about that what what is it? What is it about the connection with the Bantu Baba's your and you know I've talked Alice Cooper about this and he's got a long history with them and a few other artists and I've actually talked to Bob and interviewed him a timer to what what is it for you? What is it about the purple guys that he's brought out of you guys that you feel so comfortable and wanting to be creative with him. And Klay in Toronto. Eight nine years ago. We didn't meet him that night, but the next day we had. A breakfast meeting with him. And he said some great things. He said he really loved musicianship in Swanton Ahe of the band. And He said. Should forget trying to you know, right. Songs to get you know. Parades forget sixty s just be yourself some stretch out. Not Keywords because we started writing. whatever immagination took us. and. I think we had a whole news of the writing experience lost three albums of Philip songs we could never written. Back in the seventies. So the the nineties so so You know. S Precious that connection. We get along with them really well, he looks very efficiently in the studio he encourages. Spontaneity. Encourages. freshness of all recording at the same time, we will go in the studio at the same dominant record the. We don't allow things on you know.
Election Officials Declare Winners in Two New York Democratic Primaries After Federal Judge Finds Voters Disenfranchised
"Of Election certified the results of the June 23rd primary earlier today. It comes one day after a federal judge issued an order directing board of elections across the state. To re examine their absentee ballot totals to consider votes tossed out for missing a postmark as long as they were received by June 25th. It's just the latest twist in New York's pandemic primary, which saw a tenfold increase in the number of absentee ballots, compared to 2016. Joining us now W. N Y City Hall and politics reporter Bridget Bergen Ridge it let's start with what happened today. The Board of Election certified the results of a primary that took place six weeks ago. That means they finished counting. But why did it take so long? Jamie, You said it right there that we saw that tenfold increase in the number of absentee ballots. People really were taking advantage of this expanded absentee ballot system that Governor Cuomo Did through executive order because of the pandemic, and then the counting process associated with it was very methodical. You know. Absentee ballots can be rejected for a lot of reasons. Missing signatures were among the biggest issues, but Another issue. We first reported here at WNYC and Gothamist was related to ballots invalidated for missing postmarks. Two candidates and 14 voters sued the state Board of Elections and Governor Cuomo, arguing that voters were being disenfranchised through no fault of their own due to missing postmarks. Absentee ballots needed to be postmarked by June 23rd and arrive at the board of Elections by June 30th to count and there was a big decision in that case late last night. Give us a quick overview of that lawsuit. Last week, there was a two day evidentiary hearing where witnesses testified about how the Board of elections handled this flood of absentee ballots and how the United States Post office process them. Some of what we learned was pretty shocking. Like the fact that the Board of elections dropped off more than 34,000 ballots to the post office to mail to voters the day before the primary. That meant voters would need to get that ballot in the mail on June 23rd rushed to a post office box before five if they had any chance of mailing it with a postmark. To make it eligible. And beyond that, there was evidence introduced that showed that more ballots in Brooklyn were invalidated for missing postmarks than in any other borough. Wow. Then tell us more about the ruling issued last night. So Judge Annalisa Torahs presided over this case in the southern district. She found the plaintiff's arguments more persuasive that ballots were in fact treated differently in different parts of the city. She ordered the New York State Board of Elections to direct all local boards to count otherwise valid absentee ballots, missing postmarks as long as they were received by June 25th 2 days after the primary. She also criticized the state's argument that it didn't intentionally disenfranchise voters where they basically pointed to failures by the post office and tried to place the blame on them. She wrote quote. The Constitution is not so toothless. When voters have been provided with absentee ballots image assured that their votes on those ballots will be counted. The state cannot ignore a later discovered a systemic problem that arbitrarily renders those ballots invalid. What does it mean Bridget that the city Board of Election certified the election results? Isn't that a violation of the judge's order? Well. The city also directed its staff in each borough to prepare to count the ballots that qualify under the judge's order. And they said, they're just awaiting direction from the state Board of elections to go ahead and do that. Okay, so assuming the order stands, could it change the outcome of any Racists? You know, is one of the plaintiffs lawyers, Remmy Green said at a press conference this morning. We don't know what we don't know yet certainly one of the plaintiffs Raj Patel, who is a candidate in New York's 12th Congressional District, which covers parts of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. He's hopeful that this will help because he's currently trailing Carolyn Maloney abi about 3700 votes, but at this point, it's not really clear there are enough votes to change that race. However, there could be other races and other parts of the state that we don't know about. And one of the plaintiff interveners in this case, Maria Coffer who ran for District leader AA position in Queens. She only lost two City council member Karen Causal. It's by about 100 boats, so we'll see if there's anything that changes their 100 votes. Wow. What was the reaction from the State Board of Elections have they signaled any plans to appeal? So I have yet to hear from anyone from the State Board of Elections or the New York Attorney general's office who is representing the state. In this matter. I will note that one of the attorneys for the plaintiffs basically warned the state and governor Cuomo against appealing. Here's attorney, Ali Nagy. Me. Governor Cuomo. Your legacy is on the line. If you will peel this, you'll lose in the appeal, and you will be another second round suppressor votes, and that is not what the governor needs. Now, if the state did appeal, obviously, that matter would go before the Court of Appeals, and it's worth noting. Earlier this summer, this same judge Analisa Torres ruled against the state Board of elections. In another election law case, she overturned their decision to cancel the Democratic presidential primary. That case went before the Court of Appeals and her ruling stands.
Yankees' Judge homers in fifth straight game
"Hitting very well. Barnes to judge Curveball. Fly ball deep left field way back there. Erin Judge. Adios, amigo. Always he hot, his second home run of the night. Air and judges guilt. Ricky Ricardo, Still filling in for John Sterling on Yankees radio show was one of the weather. I believe, though he's scheduled back tonight against the Phillies as Raj two homers last night. That one, breaking a tie in the eighth got the Yanks and 97 home win over the Red Sox Judge has homered in five straight. His team has won six in a row. Anyone know, dear We know that you have a good week, I would ask judge this for an entire season. Since that has become the reason I I love it. Nobody hates the Yankees more than Bogue's, and every home run Every clout by judge is just another like pouring salt in the wound, especially happening on the day. The Mets became again the Dumpster fire with you and assess face. You must just love that double dip. Well, And don't forget the book and weekend for the Mets Friday night, I
"raj" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Raj had been there for months C. B. S.'s sandy tree eight the FBI says that a piece of equipment that look like a noose had been in that garage since as far back as October of twenty nineteen and there's no way anybody could have known the Bubba Wallace's team would be using that garage this summer and they've concluded there was no hate crime committed it's been two hundred and thirty seven days since the last major league baseball game was played yes this is this is why a lot of the twenty nineteen World Series won by the Washington nationals commissioner rob Manfred says teams and players have resolved all their differences over health and safety concerns and will play their first game this year in about a month the nation's top public health officials told Congress today they're concerned about a troubling spike in corona virus cases in a number of states Florida governor Ron DeSantis as many new cases involve young people how they are testing more than they were for sure but they're also testing positive at a higher rate than they were before and so that would tell you you know there's probably been an escalation in transmission over the last seven to ten days California Democrat Kamala Harris says she'll vote against the Republican police reform bill when it comes up for a vote in the Senate tomorrow house speaker Nancy Pelosi also calls the GOP legislation on non starter in an exclusive interview with CBS news radio she said compromise is unlikely it's unfortunate they're just going to have to ante in terms of their sincerity and trying to get they could make a change to get a job done Republican congressional incumbents easily won their party nominations in today's Kentucky primary which is on track for historic voter turnout CBS is Serra E. wall Weiss access to absentee voting was expanded in the state due to the corona virus pandemic according to the secretary of state's office about eight hundred and sixty eight thousand people requested absentee ballots for the primary and more than five hundred and thirty thousand absentee ballots had been returned as of Tuesday morning another hundred and ten thousand people voted early in person across the state on Wall Street today the Dow was up a hundred and thirty one points nasdaq rose seventy four this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today from downtown Minneapolis studios health news talk eight three WCCO this is Minnesota's most trusted station for news I'm Laura hopes we are hearing for the first time in weeks today from controversial police union president Bob Kroll in a taped interview with Gayle king on CBS this morning Kroll does not offer an opinion on the George Floyd killing citing the fact that he has not seen all the evidence but admits that so far what is out there quote looks and sounds horrible as for the question of whether he believes there is a problem with systemic racism within the department I do not Rachel issues certainly need to be addressed and we are willing to work through that as we have done in in year after year many years in the police department we are all engage our federations always stepped up we had a police community relations council that was in existence for many years that the federation had a seat at the table and will there are racial issues is it systemic racism not in my opinion as we mentioned Kroll appeared on CBS his wife is employed by WCCO television which is owned by CBS WCCO radio is not new information about the number of people shot in Minneapolis since George Floyd was killed police say one hundred eleven people were shot seven were fatalities in seventy eight incidents while police are not saying the shootings were gang related community activists Trey Pollard says he believes there could be as many as three hundred young people who are claiming some sort of affiliation right now they don't have nothing so for them to run down the street in broad daylight should know somebody there I mean my dad like that's normal right now for them Pollard founded we push for peace he says he's got five or six men that work on the front lines doing crowd control in trying to stop the shootings but he says they need more funding in order to make a real difference between cities marathon the latest upcoming big event to be cancelled due to culvert nineteen Twin Cities in motion executive director Virginia Brophy Oxman says they'll hold the big race and other events leading up to it very actually over the next several months you'll either runner will go out and run your own race when it's convenient for you and how you want to do it and we will be mailing you out your shirt your metal you can print out a bad man and we're making masks for people to having fun with that chance of a shower tonight then clearing low fifty.
"raj" Discussed on Amanpour
"Now, since the outbreak of covid nineteen, we have been bombarded of course with stats and facts of the economic fallout like this one at thirteen point, three percent unemployment rate in the United States. Is that near historic highs? But what does that actually mean well? Our next guest is trying to make sense of it all and he is Raj Chetty. He's an economics professor at Harvard. University and here he is talking to a hurry three of us and about his research about where the economic fallout lands. Thanks Christiane Raj Shetty. Thanks for joining us so rich people are generally familiar with the big thirty thousand foot view of what has happened to the economy. Thanks to Kobe. We know that there's massive unemployment. We know that spending his decreased. What's different about the index that you've built? A. Hurry I think the data that people have seen in the newspaper is coming from surveys of the government conducts on a regular basis of businesses and households across the United States, those are the services that are used to construct GDP unemployment rates big numbers that you see in headlines. What were missing in that national picture is exactly what's going on at the ground level where our jobs in bust in particular businesses for what income groups. Why exactly has spending so much? In what does that mean in terms of which kinds of folks have have lost their jobs as a result, and so what we're trying to do with the data that we've constructed using information from private companies is really drill down and show neighborhood by neighborhood income group by Income Group House this crisis unfolding. WHO NEEDS HELP in? What should we be doing from a policy perspective? So who stopped spending most? Yes so when we look at this data. Start with the spending picture, which is where I think this crisis really began. You see that spending in the US as measured by credit cards has fallen by about thirty percent from where it was in February. To essentially a couple of weeks after the Cova crisis began in the US March. We saw thirty percent reduction in overall consumer spending, which just to be clear, you know the biggest reduction in spending we've ever seen in the United States in recorded data rights of unprecedented in scale. Now here's what's interesting when you break that overall data up. The best majority of that production spending is coming from high income households rather than low income households, so you might have had the tuition that you know the folks who are going to bear the brunt of this crisis, people might have lost their jobs, and so forth are lower income folks in baby. The ones cutting back they're sending, but in fact you see that in a by the end of May two thirds of the spending reductions we're seeing in the US is coming from people in the top quarter of the income distribution, so it's really the rich who have retracted their spending the most to. To The net has a ripple effect the first being where they spend their money they are neighborhoods are going to feel the pain. That's exactly right so thinking about the mechanics of this why the rich reduced spending the most..
Sameer Pandya on "Members Only" Book
"Everyone John Wartime here. Sports illustrated tennis podcast. Everyone is doing well our guest. This week is severe Panja. Who is a professor at the University of California Santa Barbara teaches creative writing Asian American literature, and also more importantly for our purposes has just written a terrific tennis book members only which tennis figures prominently both as a plot device in a metaphor I. I absolutely devour this book. We will link it link the Amazon page on our show page, but this is a fun conversation talking about tennis talking about writing talking about tennis as a storytelling device full disclosure Samir I share a publisher and publicist, so I want to dispense with that, but this was a really fun conversation a fun book timely book. I think people will love book members. Only it's called, and here is a on enjoyable half hour conversation here we go. I start off by congratulating him. I really you know people. Binge Watch TV shows I. binged dread members only and. Plowed through edited, it did not disappoint. Grad seriously congrats I. Mean it's it's great. It's it's really. SMART, and funny, and I thought we'll talk about this later. I thought very topical, and it's also does. Does tennis right so you succeeded on many dimensions as far as I'm concerned. CONGRATS I. I will say that you saying it did tennis right? Is means particularly lot because you know. I think. In terms of different kinds of readers, right, there's there's. Specific details if I'm reading something in if somebody gets a core detail wrong, which is not that big of a deal? It can be. It can break it for me. You know I'm Mike. Okay I can't do this anymore. Right I can't go down this road trusting this person and so I'm really happy to hear that I mean. Tennis is a big. I love the sport and we can also talk about that as well, but so that's great. Thank you I I. I wrote it with a certain kind of. Kind of propulsion in mind, right and I kinda wanted to be read that way, and then hopefully there other things. You know that you can go back to, or you can think about in ways in terms of how Raj operates in this in this book that can take a little bit more consideration, but you know in these in. These days. I want to read a book quickly. And I think in some ways I wanted to write a book that people could read quickly as well. The I say it's your talk. Not I feel like you're talking about a nonfiction book and everything's on the table. Right everything the next serve I feel I. Don't know what lessons You'd like me to take I don't know how much we can reveal here. Well, let's start you. To your character, so let's let's start there To to tennis fans, it is not spelled R. A. J. as your character is, but you know Raj is a name of relevance. Tennis fans You, you mentioned the details. You Got Right now. I think you're absolutely right. I think the second somebody writes about tennis of calls. A rally volley! We've got issues right? You did not do that this either was a studious research or else. You really have some grounding in tennis. What's what's your background sport? Yeah, you know so I so we came. We moved to America when I was eight years old. I lived in Bombay until I was eight owes a huge cricket fan. I played a ton of cricket. And we moved into A. Kind of an apartment complex when we arrived here and and. There was a tennis court. Right next to it where we're well. This was in the East Bay. This was east of. Glee in in in a in a city called San Pablo. and. You know. I think when I was like nine or ten years old, there was a man who would always come there in hidden serves like ten down the t ten out. Why ten down the T ten out wide, and I just started going down there and Collecting balls for him. And this! I think a you know him and his wife. They didn't have kids, and you know in a lovely gesture. At some point. He showed up with a tennis racket. And kinda showed me how to shift the grip for forehand and backhand, which was my first official lesson in the game and so. I so I started playing there. I played through high school and you know. and. Then I stopped playing the game for years. I stopped playing college. I didn't play it in Graduate School You know I moved my wife and I moved to new. York For five years where I had my first academic job. Getting Court New York as you know, is not an easy task, and so I have always kind of played the game, and then also I just love the game the pro game as well right, which is that I wasn't quite. Aware of the Borg McEnroe Connors era, but I think I really started watching you it with lendl real under at Burgh those are the I think in Michael Chang, so that was kind of mid might time said mid eighties moment. And so I've been kind of a fan of the sport in that way throughout the time and then. You know it's a great middle aged sport like I, love. I love the sociology of it. The player talking yeah. Yeah Yeah. Yeah, so in both of those things, so that's why I'm just. It is as a kind of as a spectator as a player It's a one sport that I kind of gravitate towards the much.
S13E08 Black cats - burst 2
"Lou and will go over all of your feedback joining me this week. All the usual suspects Allen Pope. Hello Mark How are you? I am well how are you I am to devote good now? We pleasantries out the white mountain friend. Just say hello friend. How you Martin? Very well thank you. I'm on holiday. Well right for some yes. Where are you on holiday at home in the House I well? I haven't been now allows for three and a half weeks as you are not working but I'm not working. This is Sofa break after a successful release. No doubt that's the general idea. Yes excellent well. So what have you been doing while you've been on holiday? I've been live streaming on Youtube. Live streaming what have you been? Live streaming I've been doing. Let's code live streams. And what have you been counting At the moment I'm working on a utility that you can use on a boon to serve for the RAWLS reply to turn into a desktop for the raspberry Pi. I say I'm both seen while. Doing that are just in soling. Do Desktop on the Raspy Pie. Well there isn't an event to desktop image for the Raspberry Pi bus is first class support for the Raj reply in a too so it's a small matter of somebody that knows so of what the differences between server and desktop pa to write something that can automatically turn a server into a desktop. And that's what I've been working just amps install desktop. That's what I would have cried if someone said Hey. Can you turn this severance stolen to a desktop ago? Yeah little carry on the end or Us settles some more than that will get you. Eight tenths of the way there. I mean when I did the first livestream that was basically MVP There's an additional package which boosts Bluetooth that needs to be installed on then they stuff like so the suffering which has cloudy knit. Uncloudy Wants to net plan for the network managements that means network manager is that that doing nothing so you have to poke around and disable the clouding Network Comfort. And then tell net plan. You'll you'll not responsible anymore network manager is so there's a few little tweaks like that and then there's a few things you can do with the different desktop environments to just shoot them a little bit to take advantage of the The hardware thereon. So I'm I'm well down that road now but what I've really enjoyed as Virtual pair programming where you have like thirty people spotting will guitar powers and mistakes. And what have
Rishi Kapoor, Indian Film Legend, Dies at 67
"The veteran Bollywood actor rishi Kapoor has died in Mumbai he was sixty seven and have been suffering from cancer rishi Kapoor debuted as a child in a film directed by his father Raj Kapoor going on to star as the romantic lead in dozens of
Detroit Receives $400K Donation To Continue Coronavirus Testing
"Seventh street received a four hundred thousand dollar donation today toward the corona virus testing of nursing home residents and other vulnerable residents in the city how to metric CEO Raj about a coup D. announcing the gift at the mayor's daily briefing I mean it's not going to stop yeah thank you need to do that support at that we see more needed needed and already committed to help clients a senior committee one of our population about two hundred nursing home residents in the city have lost their lives to cover nineteen that amounts to about a fifth of the total death rate in the city using staffers are now being tested for the
"raj" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Raj president trump says the nation is making enough progress against covert nineteen it's time to move slowly reopen the country based on the latest data our team of experts now agrees that we can begin the next front in our war which we're calling opening up America again and that's what we're doing we're opening up our country however the president says don't expect that to happen all at once this is a gradual process says the caseload in a state continues to go down restrictions can continue to be eased and come off president says some states will open sooner than others because they're not in as bad a shape the ranks of America's unemployed or swelling toward Great Depression era levels government says the crisis has thrown at least twenty two million Americans out of work in just four weeks the losses translate to about one in seven workers more money for the paycheck protection program blocked by Democrats Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he wore just one week ago the popular program was running out of money I tried to pass a clean funding bill Senate Democrats blocked it over demands of half of that money be set aside to help women and minority owned businesses this morning the program run out of money and shut down just as I warned a week ago the program was inundated by applications for businesses forced to shut their doors during the corona virus pandemic but thank you reporting results of president higher Bolsonaro fired his health minister Thursday after a series of disagreements over efforts to contain the new coronavirus is removing his government's popular point man on the pandemic response just weeks before experts expect that viruses peak to peak in the south American country news and analysis at town hall dot com gold is shoring are you missing it if you have an IRA or four oh one K. you probably are less than one percent hold physical gold we've been told by Wall Street for crazy people really what's crazy about an asset the beach stocks two to one I'm Adam berada national bestselling author of the book gold is a better way owner of advantage gold and eight five thousand member and highest rated gold IRA firm in the world gold is booming because gold is really about debts and global debt is a pandemic if you've an IRA or.
India locks down its 1.3 billion people for 21 days
"I'm Anthony Davis. India has begun the world's largest lockdown today as Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced in a TV address. Wanting one point three eight billion citizens to stay inside will risk inviting the pandemic into their homes. And pledging two billion dollars to bolster the country's beleaguered healthcare system the move puts nearly one fifth of the world's population under lockdown. The announcement set off panic in many neighborhoods as people rushed to markets to stock up on supplies at many places. Police tried to disperse crowds outside stores. Indian health officials have reported four hundred sixty nine active cases of Kovic nineteen and ten deaths. Officials have repeatedly insisted there is no evidence yet of localized spread but if conducted relatively scant testing for the disease in a country where tens of millions live in dense urban areas with irregular access to clean water experts said local spreading is inevitable but since the World Health Organization declared the corona virus a global pandemic triggering. India's government to invoke a British Raj era epidemic act giving it sweeping powers to contain the disease the cases have been growing rapidly and according to Modi have the potential to spread like wildfire in recent days. India had gradually expanded stay at home. Orders banned international and domestic flights and suspended passenger service on its extensive rail system until the thirty first of March. It was not clear what the
March Madness is canceled
"March madness is canceled if you were to say what's the one thing you most ex associate with the month of March people would say the NC double a tournament right that's the answer maybe someone would say the odds are what are the odds of March I'm not even sure I mean yeah it's it's it's real it's really real out here baseball mid spring you think about baseball the return of warm weather the return of baseball it's not going to happen guys again I I really would like got into I mean I I think some of the creativity you're about to see is going to be inspiring my mind is already started working in that direction at the U. of Raj said to me the other day I was explaining that that now is not the first person to have this sort of idea we saw the Mavericks play the sun's apparently on on twitch but when I was explaining the coronavirus them in my five year old son I said buddy because he really been looking forward to watching the NBA playoffs with me this year like his first NBA playoffs because he's become a big NBA fan in recent weeks I guess you would say I said buddy I you know there might not be an NBA playoffs or at least it won't be for awhile and I was explaining to him why and he said Daddy what if we play the games that were supposed to happen on on two K. would that be a good idea and I was like yeah that's that's a great idea simulate the season yes they relate this season so maybe we'll be doing
Qualifying Agreement - Rajiv RajNATION Nathan
"Today's tip comes from Rajiv Nathan otherwise known as Raj Nation. Raj Nation is the founder of startup. Hype man where he helps. Startups not suck at how they pitch and tell their story so they stand out to customers and stand apart from their competitors here. He is with today's tip. Let's talk about qualification. In the pre sale process. One thing that many salespeople are pretty good at is qualifying a pain point. So if you're at least a little bit experience in sales or done enough sales training minimum amount of sales training yourselves than you know that when someone expresses a challenge or an issue or a pain you WanNa do is explore that deeper you WanNa dig a little further to uncover like the root causes of that pain. The root cause of that challenge. And that's how you start to walk them towards a solution when they are able to see the significance or impact of their challenge. One key aspect that most salespeople overlook though is qualifying the agreement typically in a buyer seller interaction. Let's say for example you are demoing your product and you've got a screen share pulled up and you're showing them some features of your software. Let's say they pointing out and they say oh. Wow that's pretty cool that it can do that. Typically the response to that is pretty cool. Yeah thanks for saying that and then moving onto the next thing. This is a fatal error. However this is an opportunity to uncover more most times we hear them agree with something and we just move on. We say Yeah IT IS BRIANNA. We do that or yeah. I'm glad you liked that. We move on. But here's an opportunity to qualify not qualify pain but qualify agreement. If they say that's pretty cool it can do. That's pretty unique. That's interesting a good response is yeah we like to tell me. What about that is interesting to or yeah? That is interesting. How do you see that working for you right? These are ways you can advance the conversation. Don't just qualify a pain point. Qualify the agreement. This will help you draw. Closer towards in ultimate decision will help you better understand. Where are they at in their buying process? Today it's going to help you. Better qualify the overall opportunity which enables better forecasting
"raj" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion
"Catalyst and I'm here with Roush Patel Coo and co-founder of mantle. Welcome Raj thank you very much. Thanks FOR COMING UP. Tell us a bit about mantle and tell us so what drew you into financial services. You could have been anything in the world in here. You are working in Fintech. Why is that show yes so Mantle is an enterprise software company based in New York we exclusively bill technology full community regional banks and credit unions across the United States. We don't drive any of our revenue for money center banks. We don't drive any of their revenue from Fintech Fintech clients it is primarily full community and regional banks which is hopefully the owner of this. Podcast we really got drawn to the idea by setting off the bill to challenge your bank which is a very very popular Ford. There's there's a few of those those around and then we're still a few of those around in two thousand and sixteen when we kind of thought about this idea when we were investigating that one of the things we realized when we were looking at the landscape was that actually. You've got the Money Center. Banks that have the infrastructure and the resources to invest in technology. And you've got the NEO banks and the challenge of banks that are coming through and also really interesting technology and then you had the middle and who is getting squeezed in the middle it was community regional banks and credit unions in the United States Twenty five years ago they had six. They had The Money Citibank said sixteen percent of all deposits in the United States. Now that fifty nine percent. And where's that coming from? It's coming out of the community regional banks and it's going to those money centers in those banks and what's happening is that squeezing competition in the market is giving customers less choices and it's and it's and it's really hurting the industry and that's not a good thing for the country. Fewer those banks every day. There are a few of those banks every day and one of the primary reasons for that. Is The technology gap right? Because those banks and credit unions providing excellent service. They're providing more compelling products right whether or not being able to compete is on the technology side ninety six percent of all technology and community. Regional banks is outsourced. And unfortunately it's outsource all the gully and those players have been around since the sixties seventies and eighties. That's when they'll founded and there have necessarily an incentive to innovate because they've got a captive market and so we saw a really big options to bring the mindset of intact and banking backgrounds to that space and really helping provide a genuine alternative to the core providers and and hopefully help help really reinvigorating continue to grow the industry. Because we think that's a really good thing for the country in consumers and so what exactly is the product you're selling absolutely? We have a number of different products. Probably the one when most known for is our account opening sleep software so we started primarily in consumer accounting because that was an area where we saw a really big need only twenty percent of all banks and credit unions in the United States have account opening online right and obviously we know that the Internet is where the world does business. And so if you can't meet the customer where they are Econ hope to compete or retain those customers particularly for the millennial generation the newest generation. So we're all going to the big banks because that's where they absolutely right like forty. Five percent of millennials identify one of the big four one as their primary banking relationship so the next generation is literally walking out the door and going to those. And they're going to own them for life if community regional banks. They compete.
"raj" Discussed on Daily Breath with Deepak Chopra
"Welcome back to Delhi L. E. Breath. We're going to continue on the foreparts to enlightenment. Self awareness factually vision self realization. Today is the Baath of action which is both speech man action in the world doing as we call it. Uh Remember. Our Butts are in order of sequential unfoldment being feeling thinking and now speaking in doing this final but is referred to in wisdom traditions as Karma Yoga Karma means action and so the but to enlightenment involving thinking is called John. Yoga government's knowledge knowledge wisdom the path to enlightenment feeling is called Putty Yoga love and devotion and bought to enlightenment through being is referred to as Roger a yoga the Royal Pot. That's what it's called. The royal is the first and most important and action is the last you'll be surprise is right that the action is the last because most people act mindlessly. They Act reactively. Their reactive need need these days. We hear the word be proactive. And not reactive when you're proactive. You're creating your own reality. So this was booed speech and action in speech. The Yoga of speeches before you speak Oscars of is it useful is it kind is going to be held pull put otherwise. Don't bother to speak. I personally don't bother to speak. If it's anything to do with gossip bar mundane things are even the ridiculous news that comes across as news but is not news any more in social media and newspapers and and the various outlets news outlets so I save a lot of energy by doing that not engaging in in speech that is banal mundane unnecessary and gossip. That's the first rule on the Yougov Gulf speech. The second word I just said is it useful. Is it going Willett health but it make a difference to me and to the world and then speak like doing right now Asking myself am I saying anything. That's useful is it kind is helpful and I think in my minded so I'm sharing it with you. That's the Yoga of speech. And then the Yoga of action do what needs to be done. The right thing in the moment. No uh-huh Planning Nobles Spontaneous Redaction which means the tape right choice in the moment which is most evolutionary for you and for everyone who's affected by choice doesn't matter what their choices giving a dollar bill to a homeless person are or saying hello and smiling stranger on the street. These are very important choices that can change your life and the life of others so do what needs to be done in the moment without anticipation of response without a regret without resistance. What what seems to be the right action in this present moment and because they're practicing the yoga of being the Yoga feeling being the yoga of thinking? The Yoga of speech and action would be spontaneous. This is true Karma Yoga. Do what needs to be done. And don't worry sorry about the results. Leave the results to the unknown..
UK formally leaves the European Union three years after Brexit referendum
"The great brexit is finally happening. Oh so things must have really fallen apart. Yeah right I mean years the drama that this was going to lay it to a financial collapse of England and that there would be no more trade eight in because if they left that was it they can't they can't talk to you. Want to break up with me. I'm not talking it is. It is really something that it's fucking I think it's almost four. Four years later took a long time. Took a long fucking the people vote that you wanNA fuck and leave. And then they're they're just like okay. Okay we'll think about it and they slow world and from what I understand. They did just slow roll it. They kept saying listen. If we leave it's going to be a nightmare you guys don't really want us to leave right so you don't really want us to leave. And then they put up to vote for again and then they voted for that. Jolly Roger Look Right Right. Well from what I understand. Before these last elections there was talk of another referendum which was just fucking hilarious. Because there's no like there's no justification as well we don't think you made the right vote so let's vote again. But the holing was even stronger for Briggs at four Lebron Raj under four and then after these elections they were like okay. Well it's obvious the will of the people and then there's this interesting dynamic namic that happens where it's like a lot of people I'd imagine I don't really know I don't exactly at my finger on the pulse of UK politics. It just didn't want Syrians in their country. Well that he don't need your finger on the pulse of anyway for that even even Iraqis don't want Syrians and their country but they caused a lot of problems. But but but there's something to the dynamic where let's say you were like on the fence okay about brexit. Maybe even voted to stay but you were like on the fence. Maybe didn't Info voted to stay. But you were. We weren't sure about it and then they win you know and then the politicians aren't enacting the will of the people and they're like you know what I mean like we're GonNa GonNa stay then you're kind of almost like even if you're just for democracy you're Kinda like well no. This was the will of the people. So you Kinda got a fucking leave now because because you asked us for our voting we voted and I thought the idea. was you work for us so anyway. People wanted to leave four years later. Now they're going to get to leave.
Bulls lose guard Kris Dunn to injury and game to Nets
"Raj Michael Jordan's name brought up yesterday but it unfortunately was regarding the team playing the bulls Kyra Irving joined NJ and wilt chamberlain as the only players to score fifty four points in a game with an eighty two percent shooting percentage carry Irving went nineteen for twenty three against the bulls as they fell to Brooklyn one thirty three one eighteen also a loss to Chris done as the bulls lost him to a knee injury he'll be re evaluated in Chicago today bulls are playing in Toronto
NFL Renovates Gwen Cherry Park Football Field
"Gwen Cherry Park. which is in Liberty City is where players like colts wide receiver T Y Hilton in former steeler Antonio Brown grew up playing pee wee football yesterday yesterday? NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell showed up here to unveil a new turf. Field and several. Local officials spoke at a ceremony to commemorate the occasion the in addition to building strong children Mister Dale. We build champions here. The gwen Cherry Paul Bulls have one six. Pop won a super bowls. And I think that's the total number of the Patriots have won so we can't be doing too bad and at the moment as we speak fifteen. NFL players will come from this part does NFL players include Teddy Bridgewater Amari Cooper Delvin. Cook Labonte David remarkable list given that Liberty City is home to around twenty thousand people. I spoke with one of the neighbourhoods. Youth coaches not. My husband's father tyrone my name. Is Taro Hilton. I coach I don't know how many kids but there's a lot of kids in Miami here Gwen Chair Park coaching since nineteen ninety nine. So I've been coaching in for a number of years and I enjoy coaching these kids here. What does liberty city like? You got to be your own man like I tell you why you gotta be on Man Maybe neighborhood you have a bad and you gotta good but it's up to you to follow the good. You know you see wrong over there. You don't have to go way wrong. You go way right. Just do the right thing. So what was it like when you were growing up here when I was growing up here it wasn't as bad as it is now. You know you got more games You got more stuff to Troubled kids can get into right then and there. You know You fight you get back together as friends now you fight the guys see you next day you know it kill you. You know. That's that's the hardest part about you know growing up. Here is my violence now than when you're a kid it's more violence way is more violence more violence you see a gunshot You know you duck and everything. It's it's really tough stuff you see on. TV Israel who are some of the NFL players. He came from this neighborhood. Wow it's a whole lot. You Got T. Y.. Hilton you. You Got Tonio Brown. You've got Teddy Bridgewater. You Got Devante Freeman. We own a football field. devante Freeman on that bill. devante Freeman wasn't running back always always had devante Freeman at quarterback so I turned Costa offense. He walks up to coach running back. I put him at running back. I actually really did and I said wow look at this kid him before I knew it. He's running back next level. They take them through the mill. They take him to the ground. You know Tamp Down Bill Amok yelling at them screaming at him to make sure to get right. That's why you see motives. Were colleges now come. They come down. They told me Nick savings over like four times last week. This is found. This is this is to ground right here. There are so many activities comfort. You know whether it's on the pee wee we level what is on the college level whereas school level. You know to get good quality coach. I remember watching you coach Peewee a few years ago. I think there there were like four five year old kids but usually four or five year. Old Kids it's just run run run you know one kid. Everyone chases they are running place. Yeah T- wise little boy. I think you saw touchdown still remembers on that side of the field. And it's just a football instance. Now here I mean you see a little kid at four and five stopping on a dime going across the new and it gets better and better as you grow up. You Know Glenn. Cherry Park is now hosting the third generation of the Hilton family. On the ninth field. Open tyrone son. Ty brought his own sons nephews to practice and carry on the family tradition receiver for Jerry. Pollock just taught me everything I know we had. We had star pledges sit on a bench waiting for the competition was always there to competition was always so you know always full five deep. Every position always wanted to give back community. You know Chad Johnson did Repairman data for me to follow in the footsteps. She knows on your identity paid for this is why we're gotta gotta you know so. I'm always here every year every chance I get another workout so I'm always you got my son. You know my my close friends you know Rochelle. Oh Cato Buki Raj and my tight end I used to play for the coast. Ross traveled. No He's in second grade and he's playing with third and fourth graders in my my son Jean. They're dominated seventh grade football and basketball. They have lost the game. Never know the kids that I grow with you know a lot of kids. That's competitive competitive. Drive as you so I wanna see that you know because you know anything competitive job. It ain't like this so you know it's pretty special. Oh absolutely you never want to forget where you come from your mom and dad always I mean on no forget where you come from so I always always come back to give back to the kids. Let them know you know. I was saying shoes I was in the same season that you can trust me. You can do it
Libya ceasefire talks in Moscow adjourned for the night
"A ceasefire between Libya's main rival leaders is not a done deal just yet the you went back to prime minister fires also Raj and eastern military commander Khalifa Haftar are in Moscow for talks brokered by Russia and Turkey Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov says the prime minister Suraj has signed a ceasefire that would end nine months of hostilities but Haftar is asking for more time and may sign it
Angle Thinking - Rajiv RajNATION Nathan
"Today's tip comes from Rajiv Nathan otherwise known as Raj Nation. Raj Nation is the founder of startup. Hype man where he helped start. UPS Not Suck at how they pitch and tell their story. So they stand out to customers immerse and stand apart from their competitors. Here he is with today's tip. One of the biggest challenges we often face as sellers is getting. The buyer are to consider a different point of view to consider a new way of thinking that would ultimately lead them to desire the product or service that we provide and a lot of this friction in challenge comes from not having the appropriate respect for the way they think today their current stance and their current position are surrounding the particular issue case. So for example. Let's say you overselling marketing software and the buyer is explaining to you how they might say yeah. You know we're currently using in Google analytics and retracting these four key. Metrics we're finding. We're getting some strong engagement around these areas and overall all we generally like what is providing us right. This is a situation where there's going to be friction generated if you you push on them your point of view without having respect for where they are today and this friction it comes to light when there is not a clear problem which they have expressed to you you know as salaries of were smart. We always always looking for okay. What's that pain point. The Babe identified which we can latch onto but one hundred percent of the time. You don't very easily get a pain point from them right sometimes. They are just happy. The way things are and that's may just be because they don't necessarily know differently or no better and when they give you a response that. Kinda says has yeah. Here's the lay of the land and they don't express any real concern or painter issue. If you come in and you try to then say no no. No you need to do it like this or will. We are software. Does this awesome thing will now. You're using friction into the buying the process because you become that aggressive pushy. Just trying to make a quick buck salesperson. So how do you not do that through a process that I call angle thinking an angle communication. If you've heard that Drake Song essentially you gotta gotta hit them angles. But what I mean in here is in a situation to avoid that friction in a situation where they haven't really presented a pain point. It's going to most offers end detrimental for you if you then just say well no. Here's what we have. It's awesome or hearing. Now here's all you gotta do it right because you don't have the appropriate respect for where they they stand today. What you doing to do is have respect for their current stance. And the way you do that is by angled thinking angle communicating which means and you simply say to them. It sounds like you're doing things this way. Which is which is pretty cool. It's great it's working in these aspects. Have Have you considered this angle before or let me show you a different point of view or I just want to introduce. He's a different type of angle into how you could approach this right. And those types of ways of communicating angle thinking angle communication that form of communication that way of broaching. The topic has respect for where they stand today because effectively effectively. What's happening if you take. This approach is you're not taking away their current stance from them. Right you're simply adding to it. You're saying hey I'm cool with this with how you're doing things now. I want you to consider what's also so over here now. You're not taking away from them. Not taking their composition away. You're just adding to their current position at the same time. What ear effectively doing is getting them to think deeper about their own situation and they will respect you for that if you get them to think deeper br about their situation without disrespecting their situation they will look to you and say. Wow this person's pretty smart. He understands ends. How things are done in this industry in this type of company or or or they he understands the market she understands the market. Well right and that's how how you want them to be thinking because now they will start to pro self probe more into their own situation. And that's where that pain point is GonNa get uncovered and on top of that. They will look at you as the expert who helped uncover that for them. And all you do is ask a question in a different way. All you did was respect where they stand today and not try to take that away from them but add to it.
"raj" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Raj but you can't help but watching go wanna be a pop star how does a band guy that's my take away it's almost eight one of the headlines we get into the amazing the second hello yes Taylor so it was the big winner last night at the AMA's we'll get into all of that in just a second but I do want to play a clip of her acceptance speech her parents got super emotional like the last year of my life has had some of the most amazing times and also some of the just like hardest things I've gone through in my life and not a lot of them are things that haven't been public and I wanted to thank you so much for being the thing that has been a constant in my life we'll get into all the winners in just a little bit according to triple a the worst time to travel in southern California is this Wednesday perfect between five PM and seven PM at nearly four million people in the south land plan to travel by car this thanksgiving with a lot of them going to Las Vegas my four to five twenty thank you so much and tonight on Monday Night Football you'll hear Ryan Seacrest news sort of an ounce and I did that about I was basically just gonna save the rams are gonna take on the eighteen to Baltimore Ravens at five fifteen on ESPN tonight but right is doing some cool announcement so why me and literally doing a fifteen second game on site all right it's one of the greatest things and now a look at traffic with ginger chan from the southern California we make it easy couples to break down first of all the five south bend Senate mission road the two right lanes to make a couple lines of the offense as well just another ten more minutes because of a crash that's adding to the busy drive we have it back on the northbound side let me just look at north because I'm a call just before the one thirty four split I did see that there was this sauce stalled big Ricken lanes but now it looks like maybe it started to all right they were trying to clear everybody it may be gone by the time you get here our other circle it would be on that sixty so it's eastbound side of the sixty what about us you the westbound side of the sixty right about Garfield this caught fire this big rig the ended up catching fire so it looks to me like they've shut down a couple those far right lanes maybe just the one right lane cyclic issued here and now they talk about sixty west a Kerry Avenue for civil if they're not specific about why maybe just offramp sponsored by Macy's where you can buy online pick up in store that means you can try it on check the color didn't see what else is new free fast.
"raj" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"This ted talk features community organizer. Raj Jayadev recorded live at Tax Binghamton University twenty eighteen hi. I'm Sarah K host sincerely ex from Tad Luminary media in each episode of sincerely acts you hear guest with a powerful story story that they can only share anonymously coat tro acceptance doesn't mean accepting the unacceptable surprising stories provocative ideas all aw anonymous you can hear sincerely acts on the luminary podcast find out more at luminary dot link slash Ted. This is my favorite protester is says protect your people..
"raj" Discussed on The Playbook
"On this episode of the playbook i have chief strategy officer at lift raj kapoor and although we have multiple views on how we get to where we wanna go he he focuses in on the skills knowledge and the desire to figure out the correct route to success especially in the rideshare business. This is entrepreneurs as the playbook or each week. I bring you some of the greatest athletes celebrities and entrepreneurs to talk about their personal and professional playbook to success best and what made them champions on the field and in the boardroom. I'm your host and c._e._o. Of sports marketing david meltzer day melted with entrepreneurs the playbook and i am with roz. Were this chief strategy officer here at lift extraordinarily room by the way i we saw walk through the willy wonka door behind me. It is great. You know i've actually remember meeting new years and years ago here in the silicon valley but one one of the things i love about your career which mir's mine is that if we reversed engineered our careers of how we end up we were people wouldn't believe it. Four young people and they're like well. How did you get to where you are and i take them through. That journey like why can't really reengineer that being engineer. I'd love to know what background and experience you do have in order to end up as chief strategy officer here at lift. Yeah i think more important than even a specific degrees agrees is having a mindset in a mindset of curiosity <hes> and when i was growing up i was always curious about about technology and what the future could be maybe because i wasn't happy in the present space but i was excited about the future. It could break when you're young when you say you're excited about about technology. There's a lot of young people that watch this. I want to get them aligned with what we're talking about. What types of technology existed that excited existed was the the commodore sixty four computer and one of my biggest highs was a getting a twelve hundred baud modem which is speed at which not even thinkable today today i worked with the ninety six hundred modem with with west law in the loud sounds so you remember how slow but exciting the world was extremely i like that and so i was able to i have my communication that was over over this thing which wasn't the internet at the time but was connected computers and i was amazed and i was amazed that you can then publish content using the time sprite graphics of his call how b._b._s.'s bulletin pores so that to me was an exciting time to think about what the future could hold. I was also fascinated by space most little kids and and that got me thinking about transportation to so those two things were always stop me but that curiosity was there and i thought that having a grounding of engineering nearing would certainly help but then when i went to school carnegie mellon what i realize is that you can bring that innovation to business and you can think about innovation in not just in the technology says but in innovating how businesses done what you do and that was i would say a belief that was not limiting in which allowed me throughout my life to say i can reinvent myself as long as that curiosity is there and the energies near you can do anything speaking of mindset to one of the most difficult questions i have to hand answer because i grew up in a house with a single mom who believe doctor lawyer failure she might have included engineer as well but in that course i find it really difficult nowadays because i am an entrepreneur and so are you by the way but a lot of kids come up to me and go. Do i really need to go to college and much more expensive now but yet we both went through graduate degrees of some of the finest schools on earth breath but i'm not quite sure how i should answer in my own opinion. I know what i'd do answer. Can i get your answer that question what advice or how you would approach the answer when someone asks you. Should i go to college. I want to be an entrepreneur. What should i do most importantly. I think what people realize today's world that there's not one size fits all there is no one answer there. I think that college absolutely still has a lot of value. There are things broken about the situation. You're learning things that you may not apply the way you're learning things. Don't necessarily are as relevant to how you're going to actually perform and live life but there's a awadh positive there is what you make of it so if you go out of your way to join clubs to start businesses which is what i ended up doing and use your curiosity acidy these like minded people and these professors that have been around for a long time in the community around there i think it can be it's a phenomenal petrie dish rush upon which you can grow that is you have four years to experiment if you look at it from that perspective and chart your own course. I think it's a wonderful thing thing. If you go in and try to punch the clock and take the required courses wasted time absolutely and i think to the emotional intelligence part of you know a lot of engineers don't have that capacity and so if all you strictly wanna do is code. Obviously there's places that you can learn and enhance that ability. Get the mentorship but i believe we're losing a lot of emotional empathetic side of feeding information from different eclectic people that it's nice as you went into business school for for example at harvard you probably into other people that were excelling and political science and sociology bradley tusk for example. Who's in your space. Here's a guy who public administration administration understanding in somehow played a crucial role in your industry by figuring out the regulations of how we can change the shared economy for vehicles <hes> which is going to change the world in fact. I think is really cool that you dreamed. I was hoping you would take pity knock it out of really was involved in space for technology because that was the extraordinary ordinary technology when we were born landing on the moon going to space right what was exciting yeah and i think here at lift one of the things that excites me is is the autonomous vehicles which is specifically one of the key strategies that you work on <hes> and it's extraordinary because i'm going to ask you a few questions about it. I don't think people bull realize beyond. Oh wow you know driving without someone in control the it's life changing for earth the environment the economy many different industries will change dramatically even more than the car industry or the cab industry changed when you uber and lift came about. That's what's the most extraordinary thing that excites you about the automated vehicles today. I think what you said. It's there's a lot of attention. That's being put on the actual technology which is fascinating exciting and i encourage you to take a shot las vegas. We have self driving cars are operational national that are there but that's just the tip of the iceberg. What's exciting is applying when i was a kid thinking about the future and having a curiosity of what else else could change. It's the second order effects that you talked about. It's not enough lift to said this many times for us to just launch autonomous cars. Here's what we need to be is autonomous shared multiple people in the same car as well and electric too because when we think about business business has a responsibility and you've talked about this in your books to solve society's problems. It's not just about making a profit and this is the main reason why came it's because of the sense of purpose that's their purpose and profit can go together and one of the biggest issues that we have is the two and a half billion people over the next ten years are going to be moving into cities and that's a great thing because people are more connected and you can live a better life. You can have a more efficient use of resources if you live in a city however transportation today is not ready for that. The average consumer owns over two cars. The use it four percent of the time and it's taking up cities are designed around cars today. They're not designed around people. We can't is his one of those examples samples that if you just plot the lines it's not going to work just adding more roads if you get two and a half billion people moving into the world cities so we have to think about a different way of doing things and a thomas is part of the solution but what we see is a solution that involves a lot of different elements which is what lift is about now so so i want to get from point a. to point be in a city and i want to do it in an efficient way and i want to do it in a way that's good experience. So what we want to do is offer. You wall options there. The transit system plays a role in it and it's an underutilized resource in america for sure compared to other countries another resources micro mobility. Thanks and scores you see them. Everywhere has gone and there's a reason for it because it really solves less than two mile transportation problem now. What do you do about more traditional use of vehicles. That's where thomas comes in so with thomas and electric shared shared means less cars so when you add an autonomous you don't have more cars less because people are sharing vehicles and today over thirty five percent of lifts riser shared so.
"raj" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Zero Raj is calling from Virginia Raj so we had to we we get through that but I I wanted to really keep people update on this issue and so they understand because back to back on these issues Roger preaching appreciate you holding you're on the air now thank you you have indeed emphasize an enlarged all that is trying to say includes formal and complete Hommel pointedly I would venture to suggest as Jean forcing all that you said we have got to have appeared massive straight the committee stage all these committee members order take these it was founded for years ago to stop what did you do a mean man batter to judging Amy about it that should not happen again therefore auditor should become we didn't know one fifty four potatoes off that at that time thank you for pointing to the door of the blog and the bloggers I believe you've got the talent we got the abilities to really make a massive attack and you're still having this and to me that massive do nation doing this matching grant period thanks browse yeah I appreciate so much and I appreciate your comments always on the broadcast Roger one of our regular callers strong Lister strong support a seal J. again for people who are new to the broadcast for adding new stations every day and Raj I know that you've I think have all of our current books that are available so we're gonna put you down for the next red wave thank you the first one you're the first caller who has you've been on hold and and and the next red wave is my new book which should be out at September twenty fourth I would think many of you I major pre orders last week we were actually doing the audio book last week as well we were not on the air since a lot a lot of talking last week it but at but it's it'll be great as well so if you like audio books I I will tell you that this was one that was really well produced and you know we have the capabilities to do that because we bring you a live broadcast every day so again however you would like to the book whether it's the idea whether it is the book itself I really encourage you you go to Amazon Barnes and noble the next red wave how conservatives can beat leftist aggression rhino betrayal and deep states version and I will say this a lot more political than even we get on this broadcast is lot more straight up about the realities of what we're facing in the twenty twenty election and I Sean Hannity calls it a must read for anyone who cares about America we said that we set up with with a cover in that my dad does the Ford as well is the number one New York times bestselling author a number of books as well so I can check out the next red wave.
"raj" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"On the battery and it doesn't hurt to go to your local garage a triple a approved Raj get that your battery checked so that you don't have that unforeseen unfortunate situation where your stock on the side of the road when you have to be somewhere by a certain time or whatever the case might be so I recommend that highly and I when we start going back into camp and don't want to talk about it then we start going back into the winter months when it's gonna get start brutally cold again same thing you want to make sure you want to be proactive on these things I personally am I don't you know I can tell when the battery is like oh my gosh I got one more start out of that baby that's great misaligned I go get it checked they say you know it's pretty pretty low and then I just take care of it there so that I do not have to it's nice it's it's really a comfort the feeling to know that you're got a new battery earnings gonna start and everything's going to work I see that's what triple eight thousand he certified garages in before you head out on that family vacation get in there you can go to triple A. dot com find the certified garage near you it just it just makes sense all of it is it does rob and that's why you know the triple a member and I think we haven't done this for a while and I think we will we will I don't think I know we will we'll get our our other business lines on here we'll be talking a little bit more about you know our insurance you know get the insurance out there the membership the value and so on we'll get Dan Flynn back on here for discounts or rewards program because like I said it if you have a new car and you say well I'm not gonna need the road service side of it I get that you might need it you might be surprised you never know exactly right but also you have all these other opportunities to save and it it and I'm telling you your by your membership over time and time again so listen you can have a Lamborghini or a Chevy equinox like I have okay your tire goes out you're on a major freeway look I don't know about you my dad was a pretty tough guy but I don't think he'd even get out on some of these freeways during rush hour and change a tire when cars used up in by you gotta have I mean you got a mobile I'm not doing it me either I mean I'm not only Tracy I'm not doing it so you basically have your you know your mobile phone your call triple a and you let the professionals do what they do yeah exactly and whatever you do when you have a situation like that to view data help our drivers out from a safety standpoint your safeties sake and everything try to get as far off the highway as possible and stay away from the traffic and you know listen to our drivers in addition I was rushing a triple a short of five garage wonderful guy yesterday working on McKnight road it was busy hours trying to get to work doing some stuff out of coups market I just want to say it Hey Tom's up to you but he was out there helping this pedestrian and I thought you know what whatever the situation airs whatever that guy's thinking that day alone that one moment in time pay for his membership yeah yeah our it's funny you're talking about that on the side of the road because yesterday as I was driving home from the office my way it then you're on the highway on the side I can see the smoke coming out of a Porsche it's a newer Porsche and I don't know what happened here and so forth but let me tell you that doesn't matter what you're doing and listen if you own a Porsche you can afford a.
"raj" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Arizona to hear my interview with Raj Shah from the Rockefeller Foundation. Brief history lesson a funny thing has happened in the board of philanthropy over last one hundred years when John Rockefeller set out to create the Rockefeller Foundation sounds like a pretty good thing. A lot of people actually thought is idea with pretty bad. A great president with the name of teddy teddy Roosevelt said something along, the lines of no amounts of charity with a fortune can make up for the misconduct required to achieve the fortune hundred years later, we're sort of getting have that same conversation. People are beginning to criticize philanthropy gifts because it might reflect some misdeeds needed to make that money. And the guy who's in, in the hot seat today has to kind of manage that conversation. He happens to represent the Rockefeller Foundation. Rod shop. We start with history. Now we're gonna do some math. Okay. Calculators out the US last year Americans gave four hundred billion dollars to charity at the same time, there's, there's more private foundations than ever probably more press releases than ever about good work, people are doing. American inequality. Forty year high, you can walk around New York, San Francisco see that something's wrong. What's not connecting? Well, I thanks for having me teddy. I'm excited to be here because we're very committed to the idea that the tech sector can do a tremendous amount more to lift people up who are locked out of prosperity and opportunity. The premise of your question is absolutely right. We live in extremely unequal, and frankly, inequitable times if you were born in the fifties and sixties in America, there was a ninety plus in fact, unless your last name was Rockefeller. There was.
"raj" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Raj of information that's emerged in the past year or two on vitamin d you're saying the vitamin d revolution. The vitamin d era is fishery started in the impact it's going to be unprecedented. What's really going on here? Well, let me tell you just a little bit about how I got into this. Because I think it'll give some information about how this evolved about eight years ago. I realized that vitamin d was going to revolutionize medical care. The reason I came to that conclusion is because I realized that virtually all Americans are vitamin d deficient. When we followed doctor's advice, and our government's advice, and we started putting on the sunblock and staying out of the sun it had tremendous effects on the vitamin d levels in our blood. So I started a nonprofit the vitamin d council on there. You can read more information than you can possibly remember all about vitamin d. And I also realize that the amount of vitamin d Americans were taking whether it be in their multi-vitamins or. Trying to drink milk was pretty much irrelevant. The amount is so low it had no effect on vitamin d blood level. And when I realized that it literally changed my life and then within the last year. So I realized that to work fully to optimally work vitamin d needs a number of cofactors. It needs fight him in K to vitamin k one, but the more expensive vitamin k to it needs boron at needs magnesium it needs sink. And we'll talk about all these. Secondly, I realize there's a difference between having vitamin d on the shelf and people can buy it or getting people information on the radio. So people who are not taking it or taking the role in preparation can learn about it, and that's a big difference. So I approached a number of companies and purity agreed to make the vitamin d formula that I insisted upon and Secondly, I said, by the way, I want people to take this with fish oil. So what we're going to talk about today is Purity's offer about. A complete vitamin d Formula one. That's unlike anything else on the market. You can't buy in the store. You can't buy it on on the internet. This is the only such formula that exists together with their all-tripura, molecular distilled fish oil. Now, let me ask you a question here because I'm a skeptic at heart, and I like the play the devil's advocate on the radio. And how is it possible that one vitamin in this case fight him can be involved in everything from cardiovascular health to immunity to body weight even dental cavities? I mean, I've heard stuff like this before you know, about vitamin C. What's what is different with vitamin d? That's a good question that let me just do one thing. So people understand exactly what sort of things have been discovered and one of the best ways to do that is to go back and look at Google news. Now, here's some headlines for major publications in the last couple years about vitamin d I'm just gonna read off a list of headlines when you think about it is truly amazing and the these sorts of headlines have never been seen before for any other vitamin Newsweek or Americans dying. From a lack of vitamin d London time neglecting vitamin d comes with a heavy price. UPI lack of vitamin d can affect thirty six Oregon Washington post vitamin d deficiency called major health risks. Ama news, that's American Medical Association. Listen to this that vitamin d deficiency may be the root of numerous health problems. That's the American Medical sociation. You know, it's just truly amazing..
"raj" Discussed on Doughboys
"Welcome back to Doboy. You're here with Raj deci loving hut. Is this week's chain? Does this? What is what is the religious connects? I mean, this is a place I texted you and it said that it was basically run by a Colt. Yes, so so the reporting is kind of all over the place in terms of what what Orgainzation is actually behind loving hot. And we know that it's founded by a woman named sue who goes by supreme Master Ching Hai, and who is is a Buddhist, a practicing Buddhist and which Nick you and I, we did it today. We went to a meditation. This was something that on the previous episode Doboy is double. Our patriot comes on Tuesday. We went with our Buddy Ryan stinger and talk about the experience with this. Yeah, they say like explore every corner of your mind. You know, it's not a lot of room grain of mind. So it's basically just like a cupboard. You know what I mean? Right. Yeah, you got so much skull pressing in acorn sized Sara bellum of yours. Go deeper and deeper. Like I'm here. This is all I see everything I need to say right here. I the, it's funny to me because when we were searching for places to do this. This one popped up when we were writing for and it was like this place that's run by cult from what I from what I gathered today. In our my one experience with the with the with the Buddhist faith, they are the most peaceful nice and cult has just such a kind of scary dirty word to Nick. Do you? Do you know the history of this or. No. All I know from it is is that there is some certainly the organization that this spiritual leader heads up is is a subset of it's kind of like its own sect. I don't know if that's that's exactly the right term, but there's there's not like an organization like Catholicism with the Buddhist faith. It's kind of like this overseeing as my understanding this kind of a global organization that oversees how it's practiced. But yeah, in terms of what exactly how cultish this this organization is it's hard for me to determine it's hard to find like a really objective take on it. But this is like one of the few religious chains in America that isn't. Explicitly Christian and. We there. There are thirty eight locations in the US over one.
"raj" Discussed on Doughboys
"Look. I didn't know it's not over. The drop is all right. It's over a lot of tail on that one. Look. I said it was dedicated said morning. Boy did not know that there is going to be a fart sound which toilet flushing. I'll just say like, you know, as nice change of pace because usually these are so foul and sexual. It was nice to have one that was scatalogical for change. So kudos to over created that drop for going into poop direction instead of a Boehner guys, longtime listener, first-time drop per keep up that great. What keep up the great wall warm and happy. It's gotta be a typo. It's going to be an auto, correct? WRAM we know no worms and this maybe the bug main. They were probably trying to type work and it got changed right work. That make sense. The k. is right about the am on the keyboard. NNcholas are all right. You knew that too quick. NNcholas are nNcholas? Our Minneapolis sent that to us. Very cool. We'll mid, should we introduce our guest? I thought it was cool. You did it as a nice you live. Lying to nNcholas are. Okay. Yeah, no time to introduce our guests like that. Another guy was named Nick. It's good name. She's a snick stay together. Hey, our guest today is a writer in stand up from tramps election special, and I love you America with Sarah Silverman Raj Desai's here. I thank you for having me. You've already sat through a hours worth of bullshit. Hour's worth. It wasn't that long. Rush. Thank you for being here. So we've we've been working together on the show for for sometime I've known for some time, but more that you are vegetarian. I am. Yeah. How long have you been vegetarian? I was, you know, my whole life until. Culturally my family's vegetarian, right? And then around twelve or so my parents and you can do whatever you want. I have had all kinds of meat and around twenty two just kind of went back to it. Right? Yeah. Do you at twelve? You broke? You tried meet you? Yeah, everything and my brother eats me, you know, right. And my parents actually deuce. Oh, interesting. I don't don't tell the, don't tell their parents. Wait, so you're you're, you're basically the one person. Your family is still vegetarian? Yeah. I mean, in my nuclear family extended family, a lot of people are. So you kind of you kind of had a stretch from from twelve to twenty two. It's kind of like a run spring when the just having all the you could you could handle and then you reach the point where you just meet it out. Yeah, I think I, I mean, I remember liking pepperoni pizza. I definitely thought that was superior to cheese pizza. Interesting. You know, I enjoy visa. I like, gee, I've said this before. I like geez, more than pep. Okay. Great. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I love cheese pizza now, just enjoying pepperoni pizza, and I liked. Like chicken sandwiches, right? Fried chicken sandwiches. I never took to burgers anything much. And they never really did it for me. You know, whatever, right? Yeah, it's, I mean, like I grew up eating meat and I've had like a basic, basically a six month stretch where I was a vegetarian and that's basically it. I've just been a big meat eater, my whole life. But I found that like when the stretch, I try to minimize the amount of meat I eat now, sometimes it's difficult with this podcast because a lot of times that's the only thing that some of these chains this week's chain accepted, but it's like I do feel I generally like feel better even though like I like you, can you end up eating more carbs when you're eating vegetarian? I generally feel like less heavy for lack of a better term. I, I don't know. I mean, I definitely do. I am one of the vegetarian. The people kinda makes up for it with cheese and dairy and carbs, which really, you know what you want to be doing right now with your with your diet. -sarily. So I do think that that can be a problem for some short and I don't. I mean, I remember like. Yeah, I definitely is. It is lighter rail. Yeah, I've never Nick. I've never. I've never attempted it. Now. I think for Verde I mean, I ate at the restaurant in today. Okay. Okay. So that's that's. I mean you through through some bacon bits on top, but. A little thermos of sausage, gravy poured onto it. Didn't bring bacon bits.
"raj" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Parking lot of spacex another of muss ventures so what do you think of that raj raj is on the phone right now but twelve minutes from o'hare to downtown is is awesome and incredible with interesting to me is that we're just letting him do it in him i wonder what the rights are longterm will bus company owned this tunnel forever or will it be the city's tunnel but he gets to run it forever i understand we're not funding any money but in the long run is that shortsighted i think the idea of getting from chicago downtown or o'hare downtown and twelve minutes is very valuable for not just tourism necessarily but i certainly for conferences chicago needs a better conference center go to conferences around the country from time to time and i think ours is really lacking or get down here to get on there will not air and it's nonstop i'm pretty sure it's gotta be okay well minutes so so if i'm at different hotels that between here and there and i need to get out there i'm gonna either uber or lift it or i'll take the blue line which i think is being under utilized for that purpose i don't think there's a lot of people who come and go out of the city and stayed downtown that utilize that i don't see it being.
"raj" Discussed on Probably Science
"But the first name is like john of india so great it there is a good amount i'm the number one roger signing ilk was this is twitter raja side has four followers why can't you just eight five okay he probably got of light years ago as bvb to it and then mike the other i always feel bad there's a professor like a really accomplish professor at georgetown name raj desai and i feel like i like eight must be looking at a mile lake stupid videos being this fucking fuck in comedy singing rick there's an idiot would who was an amazing guitar pierre and i still tubs put videos of subtypes things have more fuel what is a better guitars phil speed like it's crawl carrier now oh you know people like my videos more than this guy you should just try hotter if you want to be ah just be a funny a professor exactly yeah and check out sarah silva nhs i love you america who gets on hulu streaming now beyond check out the jim jeffrey show on comedy central i think i've got any fund life show's coming up to pluck because i'd be mostly writing so i've just got little spots around town i'll be back in london are on christmas maybe i'll do a gig nice nice uh we will see you next week yeah we definitely will we'll have a longer episode for your promise thank you so much cuning in reply.