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"ramana" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"ramana" Discussed on WWL

"The Bucks and Bears reminded us how bad Thursday night football can be. Tom Brady lost track of the downs on Tampa's last possession. Nick Foles missed open receivers and the teams combined for 17 penalties. Fulls and company got the win was a fist by this Ramana Me of like a good office by Billy Now I get to do it in Chicago. Since he's talking about Philly, he might have been an actual fistfight. Fuller's got the Bears out of hunting a couple of times last night in the faces. He threw those balls. My God! They were down 13 nothing in the first half trail again in the fourth quarter, but full of got them in position for a go ahead. 38 yard field goal from Cairo, Santos with 1 17 to play. Brady then threw incomplete on fourth down, but thought it was only third down. He had to be asked politely to leave the field for the Bears could kneel out the win again. The 2019 final ends the Bucks three game win streak. The MBA Finals resume tonight. The Lakers can close out the Heat in Game five at nine. Eastern and Wichita State basketball is investigating serious allegations. Against head coach Gregg Marshall. He confirmed the probe and said he's looking forward to being cleared. Marshall is accused of punching a former player during practice of putting his hands on the neck of an assistant coach and making racist comments. Dawson players all of this Long investigations by stadium and the athletic that's called the Holy Trinity when it comes to getting fired right there. Yeah, I know you want to mention either. He apparently trouble again allegedly tried to fight another student athlete, a non basketball player because that kid parked in his parking spot. He went after him and threatened to punch bowl again, allegedly. But yeah, this doesn't sound like something you could escape from easily if you're Gregg Marshall. Well, there was a video that circulated yesterday in advance of the story of Greg Marshall. Absolutely being unhinged. In a game against McGill. Now McGill is a Canadian university and this was an exhibition game. And he comes off the bench. I believe he gets kicked out for arguing with the official. He comes off the bench and has to be restrained for at least 90 seconds as he continuously lunges at the official has to be held back by his assistant coaches, his players as well and he will not leave. He refuses to leave the gym. And continues to go after that official looking to fight a man he's held back many, many times by multiple people as he keeps lunging. Now This is an exhibition game against McGill in the preseason in Canada, and he's doing this. So while these are allegations There has been evidence that Greg Marshall can be absolutely out of control. And there's always been a wise Greg Marshall only at Wichita State. He's won a lot of games a lot of different places. Like Winthrop, like Wichita State Wide isn't a power program take him And these have always been the rumors that he's too unhinged that a big program can't trust him. So these allegations are Definitely disturbing but it doesn't feel like they come out of nowhere. By the way last week morass is football for the week with cheese it fried Mac and cheese cheese. It fried. Mac and cheese with Bacon also had messed with bacon. Oh, the bacon. Mike Tweets in first dunks of the face and now balls. Why do they always have to be in the face? That's what I'm asking here also robbed the 3 to 1 Day. This recipe sounds delicious. First was dunked in the face. Now he's taking balls there, too. Wow, this week has been really fun. The sound very delightful. Signed me up. So getting a lot of A lot of positive reinforcement arrives for your chicken meatballs that have some peppers and onions in great next week. You get chocolate chip cookies. I think we're gonna go Real Koreans. Monk. What we come back. We've got Super days..

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"ramana" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"ramana" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The travel and entertainment guys brought to you by sports, Leisure vacations. Mark Hoffman and Tom Ramana with you. You know, Mark, I was listening to the Our opening little collage of songs and, you know, I wonder if there's anybody that's listening to the show, you know often enough that that they could Actually like a cappella. Sing each one of those hooks for each one of those song. I'm gonna work on that And in one of these days on the I'll go on the air and and I'll do it, but we'll do it. You know, because it's just the little snippets and you get to the point where when you listen to that you literally anticipate what particular little travel clip is coming next, you know. Maybe we could have a contest into thine man. How many of the harmony of the entertain? How many of the artists could you name? In the right order would be fun to do. And now now people are going to pay more attention to the beginning of the of the radio show. So I was on the road last week, and we're going to talk a little bit about that. Later on the program. We for folks who don't know a Tom and I are not in the studio haven't been since the covert started. Louise is over. Kfbk over by art unfair Thompson his house. I'm in my office. We each have kind of little, many studios and Tom and I look at each other on Facebook. Ah, face time here, and that's how we communicate during the program. We could log on before the show and I look in the background. I see these two crutches there. So what? What? What? What's what's Oh, Hey, man, I tell you, I was driving down Highway 50 and I looked at the intersection and there was a woman strapped to the rails. I flew out of my car saved her before the train come by, just like in the movies, and I threw him out. No, that you probably think I'm a little of that. All of that is true, except for the Except for all the part that came before you threw your hip out. Yeah, Yeah, I don't know. You know, I meant that vulnerable age. Where if you do Ah, pulled too many weeds and you carry too much stuff. You know, you wake up one morning, and you know that sacroiliac I You know, I really I don't even have a conclusive on this. But all I can tell you since Tuesday of last week. Fortunately, I had some crutches from some previous injury. I can't even remember tucked away in the in the garage, and so anyway, I've been limping around on that and You know, just for the benefit of the listeners. I am not on any Aah! You know any heavy drugs? I said, could cause me to act any weirder than I normally do. Darl on this radio program. Ah, well ah. So what you get is unaided. It was. It's a good thing. I'm just what I'm going to do for for your lovely wife, Stephanie is bring over a dust pan. And whisper room so that if anything, falls off, she can sweep it up. And then we can reattach it later on. Yeah, you know, I am here again. I gotta shout out to my my lovely wife, who has been Nurse and cook and get me this and get me that literally minutes before the radio show. I was hollering downstairs for to bring the stuff I'd led on the left on the printer that we used on the show. So she's She's the world's greatest wife and God bless her. Yeah, well, that's that's what it takes. It's situations situations like this When you're only here we are the 1.5 travel guys for today. Yeah. There you go, You know, Unfortunately, it hasn't affected my ability to get on the radio and say at the top of every travel guys radio show we bring you the travel news and with it walking on all to back from his Lincoln Highway trip. Mark with a blockhead like Hey, Yeah, all of this cool.

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The Big PhD Pause - postgraduate students, COVID-19, and the next brain drain

Science Friction

07:05 min | 6 months ago

The Big PhD Pause - postgraduate students, COVID-19, and the next brain drain

"Across Australia graduate students are always on taught deadlines to deliver a major work of original research. But now they're all important. Experiments are suspended or hanging on a precipice locked out of their labs or unable to travel to their field research sites. Many of lost the part-time jobs that pay rent or feed their families and some now also wondering what the future is for jobs in science in a post pandemic world. Could this pandemic trigger a as next GEN? Brian drying something that people don't realize about a PhD is that it's very isolating. You're like your. I'm in an office with other people for sure but we're all working on very different things and very niche things. Yeah it's really hard to to not feel learn in this when you've got that initial stress the initial problems that come with doing a PhD and then you wack pandemic on top of this is really Problematic for most of us being in a PhD being so isolated in this line of research. Which is why we get into it. We want to be independent research. Is We want we? It's our own body of work you know it's professional but it's personal and emotional. It's this thing that you divide basically three or more years of your life to and the idea of more isolation. I wasn't immediately helming but as as the month of gone on it's been it's been quite difficult. Scientists get this ID. We have the stereotype of being quite stoic and emotionally removed. It comes from the idea that we the work that we do is at. Its core unbiased survey of the world around us. Become at anything bias. What you're observing. What you're experimenting on So in creating a dialogue around it being okay to tell people what. You're feeling personally without letting gory. This old preconceived notion that talk about your feelings as a scientist today passionate young scientists open up it is a well established fact that went into PhD Students. Experience distress and one in three are at risk of a common psychiatric disorder. The focus the hours a PhD demands a damn hard at the based times. But how are post Grad students holding up in this pandemic and what Judy of k? Do strutting universities and the Australian government have to support them. I stepping up really daunting and obviously now during this pandemic when there's a lot of uncertainty facing aspect dot mental health issues just getting worse Ramana Ri- abuse of each is doing her. Phd At Curtin University investigating molecular mechanisms of aggressive pancreatic cancer to help develop more effective treatments like many students who crucial lab experiments have been halted but she also has the needs of the entire nations post. Grad students on her plate as national president of the Council of a strategy and Postgraduate Associations. Capa but I cannot believe that I inherited the Cup national president's position during a global pandemic. Got It thinking. Forty Years COUPLA existing. They has ever been a pandemic like this. They're doing pay is not like an Undergrad degree. It's MOLUCCA A job. It's the crucial foundation for your career. In Science. In fact it's the stage when many Nobel Prize winners of done some of their k. Work but this pandemic is already forcing Grad students to make really tough urgent choices. The thumbs students have already withdrawn and as a result some international students have already gone back. Herm other students Yet is T-o-n how long this situation will continue. We have a situation now. graduate Looking at what's enough or day. Students circumstances are so different depending on the project. They're doing what they're up to in the three and a half years I've got to finish. Universities are really going to need to respond to this crisis case by case Taylor roads and I'm a third year each student at Latrobe University. And I'm doing my PhD. In a lab that focuses on Christie says over blindness which is a neglected tropical disease caused by a worm. Basically this illness is found in sub Saharan Africa and it can lead to blindness in its worst kind of bombs. Epilepsy developmental delays. It's really a bad thing to how high low is genetically analyzing samples of the parasitic worm. Take him from African communities to understand its evolution and spray it we found the transmission radius is actually a lot larger than what the W. H. Pat originally hypothesized answer. L. Analysis is kind of informing the carrying out of Mass Drug Administration throughout Africa and all these areas to actually eradicate the worm or even control it. What is this pandemic donning? In terms of what you can and can't do. Now I would have been sequencing more ones to get at bigger sample size for some of the analysis. I want to publish at least in the state of Victoria we on able to go into a facility and US out lab facilities. My University universities very strict on this. Or you have to prove that the work you're doing is absolutely essential. Anton sensitive in my work doesn't come under the umbrella. Sir. I'm not able to access the lab and I'm not able to access my computer in the office but I have my laptop at home with me so I'm able to do some work on that right now. I'm just coming through the daughter. I already have and seeing. What kind of story I can make with that Dada? I've it in a publication which is your pending. More daughter Nell yes. I'm Kinda just trying to fill time with whatever I can do. That will be somewhat productive. But I wasn't the merced affected by this. There are people who were on a really long time course. Experiments with moral animals hats euthanize. All the animals basically just pick up and pack up and Gar in the middle of a three months costs which would have been terrible sir trying to keep my inconvenience in. Context

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Pandemic Guidance for Managers

Manager Tools

09:17 min | 7 months ago

Pandemic Guidance for Managers

"Going to continue our guidance around managing in the time of Cova. Nineteen which to put it mildly can be challenging. Yeah and I think what we have going on right now. From for professionals in general and specifically for managers is a focus on the virus and then focus on governmental responses. And unfortunately it's manager. If you think a little bit about it you have to assume there's going to be some economic impacts all you have to do. At least the beginning is to look at the stock market which of course valuations about the future. We talked last week about video. One on ones and how important relationships were and how distance made a difference Now we've got to go even bigger and broader and really step slightly out of our lane in the sense that manager tools is not one to talk about the economy a great deal other than respond to it but we feel pretty strongly that We can't avoid a recession and so that's part of what this cast is about. So all right. I'll be very happy if we were wrong. I can yeah. Gosh but you know. There's nothing wrong with preparing for difficult times in the more they don't happen. You're well prepared to take advantage. It's always good to have capital at the bottom of the market and capital when it comes to individuals is cash so number one mentor outlying. Prepare for a serious recession number. Two is manager. You've got to slash unproductive work number three. You gotTa Take Care of yourself. There's some things you need to find time to do. A number four steel cage death match preparations. We mentioned it last week. I wanted to talk about it a little bit more this week. And then we've been getting all kinds of ideas and having a robust conversation with people over the last week or so about managing people at a distance and we have some addition additional recommendations about how to do that. Okay Mark So. Let's talk about the elephant in the room. A serious recession. If you're a professional manager regardless of what your executives have told you. You've got to be thinking about this. Yeah and I think most of us aren't with the conversations I've been having with people. It's clear there are managers who who know it and these reminders. With a lot of experience and a lot of senator who don't so our guiding simple basically managers are supposed to look up for Mardi today the life we lead in the tasks and so so many of us get so much satisfaction out of accomplishing daily tasks that we forget that only individual contributors should be thinking about day-to-day only your individual. Contributors should be thinking about their tasks that are due today while our executives are supposed to be thinking a year out and maybe senior executives two to five years out. We managers should have a sense of the next two to three to maybe even five months depending your role the higher you go the further out. You're supposed to look and so we took a look five months into the future and said this is not good. You know. There's a great scene in margin. Call the the movie Several years ago it's a Ramana class about an investment bank facing a serious business disruption. There's a particularly famous scene. The CEO helicopter into the Manhattan offices and he learns what's happening and he tells the group that his role could be described as as he's supposed to read the market as music playing and he says well the quotas. Well let me tell you something. Do you WANNA know why I'm sitting here in this chair with you. All Y. At the big bucks so to speak. I'm here for one reason and one reason only I'm here. Guess what the music is. GonNa do a week month a year from now. That's it nothing more and I'm afraid standing here tonight that I don't hear a thing just silence. He's realized that whatever plans they had have completely been blown out of the window and I think that's an out An allergy for what's going to happen to the economy in the next year we at manager tools believe folks that the focus on the corona virus which is legitimate and then governmental responses to it such as shelter in place and locked down all the words that people have been using over the last few weeks and then of course the the health of our own health and the health of our families and our extended families have made it easy for so many of us as individuals and managers to miss what is coming to three five months into the future once this crisis and our present focus is lifted and that is a significant in deep economic recession which will cost millions and millions and millions of jobs. I wouldn't be surprised if there's estimates out there already that it's going to be million jobs alone in the US if you're wondering what's that what what that's like If you have some experience if you're not twenty years old and so therefore you might remember the financial crisis of two thousand eight. That's bigger. That number is bigger than the losses job losses in two thousand eight. Now it may be two or three million but everybody. I'm talking to at more senior levels. Think it'll be much bigger than that. I'll be shocked. I'll be thrilled. We'll be thrilled if it doesn't happen but we'll we'll also be shocked. I happen to live in California and I drove through Monterey and Pacific Grove near my house Last week and in Italy this was after a local shelter in place law went into effect and I saw almost no. I was just running an Errand. And what that means. It's eerily quiet and that's the pictures you see in the newspapers and on TV and so on what that means is no economic activity all those businesses that serve customers face to face will struggle to pay their mortgages on the building. They're running because they don't have any income if a landlord. Let's say they're sticking to the next level if landlord has just stretched herself in terms of the economy's been booming. I'm going to take a risk. I'm GONNA take on some debt and I'm GonNa try another venture she now needs that rent income to service new debt and if she doesn't get the rent income because there wasn't economic activity she could lose boast the existing buildings and the new venture both and the rents on that building from the new landlord. Probably go up and by the way that was before California. Things are changing so fast right. That was before California enacted a statewide shelter in place law which means every place in California is like that and it's interesting in the news. It was a bit of a awful because New York. City's mayor threatened to do that very thing and the New York's governor said well actually you. You don't have the power to do that. And by the way. Let's not panic. and then a day later that same governor enacted statewide closure of non essential businesses. If you're wondering why I'm talking about these two examples. Because California as a standalone economy ranks is the fifth largest economy in the world. New York ranks third in the United States. Texas is second which should wrangle them and New York ranks. Eleven in the world and it's above South Korea even Pennsylvania and Illinois rank above Saudi Arabia in economic productivity. So even though certainly the younger you are the more you think of economic activity occurring online. And we're thrilled with that is going well and to be honest. I think we said last week. The ability we all have to telecommute didn't exist fifteen years ago. The weren't enough laptops. There may not be enough laptops there. There certainly wasn't the kind of video conferencing and so on and they're certainly want to certainly work smartphones so the world's in a much better place to be able to handle this but regardless of the online economy. You can't simply shut down a huge part of the rest of the economy and not expect massive

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How to turn travel benefits into financial rewards

Talking Points

06:55 min | 11 months ago

How to turn travel benefits into financial rewards

"I'm excited today to dive in a little bit because I do think. In the travel rewards space there are certain dominant players who have tons of different products and really drive deepen travel but I think the Bank of America premium rewards visa has a really a unique spot now lease so you've traveled every poll because now there's so many people traveling to every country but you you have them beat by by something right well first of all. I'm kind of the Koji with it so I was the first one kind of go public with the whole thing and A lot of people blame me for the influx of how many are now. But I'm still the youngest person to visit every we country in both polls and I've been to so many more as well like all the territories and and everything that no one's ever heard of or actually thought about going and we're GONNA to get into how you've used points to travel around the world similar to me but in a lot more interesting ways but merited let's focus on the credit card. Division of Bank of America the reward space is really competitive and you know can be argued that there's a race going on where every bank card offers trying to one up each other. What is bank America's approach to winning in this highly competitive market? Yeah I mean first of all everything we do starts with our customer and understanding what is it they want and we hear a couple of things across the board. Ford one is no me understand what I want. Reward me in recognize me and have my back so those are fundamentals as we think about anything. So we've got our products products but was also unique and I think it's really different even when you call the credit card division. We don't think like that. We know that we think about our customers and what they need. We're a full service financial company so we think about the customer and what their needs. We don't think about from a product standpoint. What product they need? What does the customer? I need to live their life and we have our new campaign right now he says. What would you like the power to do what we want to send is? What do people want to accomplish that? How do we build our capabilities around that? So is an example. We have our preferred rewards program so we look at it across our different products and services. You could have a checking account whether we have a merrill investment account a mortgage. How do we look at cumulatively? What are you doing with us? The amount of business. And how do we reward you for the totality of Your Business. And so it's taking a little bit of a broader view of the customer and ensuring weird trading the programs in the products based on the full relationship instead of just. We're not them online. I guess that's the difference that when you look at the category there are Ramana lines. We don't view a credit card division. we say what our customers need to love their financial life and let's make sure we're rewarding them for their business so that's really interesting. Because as a preferred rewards visa card holder. We worked with thank America on the launch of that product and it. It's it's really interesting because it's kind of cool to see your banking and deposits actually give you more rewards. It's really rich. You know especially with the double points on travel and dining with the top preferred rewards ratio. How do you afford to give out so much back per dollar spent? Are you losing losing money on certain areas so look at the big picture when you look at it and there are thresholds right so we've got different tiers depending on the combined assets that you have at the bank so a goal twenty to fifty fifty thousand in assets and it goes all the way up to one hundred in a mob in so we have got also incredible retention we ninety nine percent retention of customers were enrolled in our preferred rewards program. Because they see just to your point Brian how rich it is. And they're also more satisfied in more likely to recommend Bank of America so out of the millions and millions of customers that we have enrolled their great customers they refer and there continue to do more business with us so we look at it over the long term too. I think which is maybe maybe different than other folks. We look at sort of the lifetime of our customer. And how do we think about the future of our customer. More business with us over time. I think this really interesting because so many people say what did the banks you know work with you. Why do they want people you know the airlines must hate you? Because people are redeeming their points and they're losing money but I think what you said is very true like engage customers truly do bring more value back over time so you want people to use their points. We want people to use the points. We want people to engage. We want them to feel rewarded for doing. Business is with us and for me as a Bank of America preferred awards member and a premium rewards Visa Card holder. They always talk about lowering your words like learning your credit card with your banking rewards and as a preferred rewards platinum honors. Your member. I can't think of a better program because I'm getting three and a half points per dollar spent traveling dining in two point six two points on everything else. There's nothing else that can peace with that. And because you know I'm a platinum honors to your member so I have a certain amount of assets with Bank of America. I'm not going anywhere. Because I'm loving that. And it's low annual fee on the card and it's very favorably comparable to any other card out there in my opinion especially if you combine it with words. There's there's nothing better so basically basically what the points they're not at a certain airline you don't have to use them in only a certain category it is basically cash back right. That's how I use it actually is cash can use it for any purchase. So if you've got a helicopter they need to pay for which actually I mean have. I was funny. The first time that I I was talking about how I use my points with the team because I do I use them for like the helicopter to the Hamptons because you can spend on it and just wipe those charges off at once in each and and they were like Yeah Brian. We don't think most people are going to use it for helicopters but even you know word dog owners you can use it for the vet bills. which Leeann I both have French bulldog? The man Arthur amazing money. We always dog are you. Do you have a dog. I have two cats cats. Do they get along. Yeah most most of the time they get along long and do you have a favorite I do have a favorite Riley Fan. Favorite is Anthony so shadow to anthony. I have a lot of Bodega cats near me when I go for walks and it's like probably my most most popular thing on instagram stories. It's kind of amazing. So Meredith. Explain a little bit more about preferred reward. What counts as a deposit and then what are the bonus levels that a consumer humor can get by hitting those levels? Yes I mean the way it works. Is there different. Thresholds depending on the amount of business you do with us and it's combined business and this is what's really important and so it's either having a deposit account or if you have a merrill investment account you don't have to have both she's doing business with us at the different thresholds and you get different level of rewards awards depending on it and it's a multiplier effect in terms of the amount Bonus that you get on your credit card as well as we get interest rate boosters and other types of AH benefits and really it's as the more business you do the more the rewards grow and I'll tell you these folks are enrolled in this loyalty program we've got a very high retention rate ninety nine percent retention rate because the rewards are so rich as well as they're more likely to recommend bank of America so satisfied with the

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"ramana" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"ramana" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Number one and undercover sting operation results in the arrest of a man who police say had plans to throw a grenade in Times Square. It's going to be in federal court today. Number two decisions expected on whether to impose tariffs on goods imported from Mexico US. Mexican officials say they're making progress, but President Trump's dick into his demand, the Mexico quell the flow of microns coming across the southern border and number three, the US navy says one of its ships was at risk when a Russian ship nearly collided with it, this happened in the East China Sea, the Russian destroy came within fifty to one hundred feet of the US chancers, Ville, forcing it to reverse course at full throttle to avoid a crash three American tourists died mysteriously at a resort in the Dominican Republic. CBS correspondent to Rica Dunkin tells us the FBI. Join this investigation into the deaths of these three tourists. These new results from the Dominican authorities reveal that there were some similarities in how the Americans died. But the resort insists the deaths are unrelated and is condemning any speculation on may twenty fifth maranda shop Warner collapsed and died in her hotel room at the luxury, but he principal Bougainville hotel in a statement, the resort said she died of a heart attack, and had a history of heart conditions. A preliminary autopsy indicate she died a fluid in the lungs and respiratory failure. The same thing is indicated on the autopsy for Edward homes and Cynthia day. The Maryland couple was found dead in their hotel room last week at the grand Bahia Principe Ramana hotel, what caused the respiratory failure is unclear into toxicology report is not available yet now US tourism is a key market for the Dominican Republic's economy and January and February this year loan nearly four hundred thousand tourists from the US. Visited the country. The FBI is now assisting, Dominican Republic thirties Indian vested Gatien into the three deaths. The CDC is also investigating. That was to Dunkin reporting eleven forty eight time at W CDS. That's time for traffic.

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 Dominican authorities say tourist died of heart attack

Anderson Cooper 360

04:01 min | 1 year ago

Dominican authorities say tourist died of heart attack

"Authorities in the Dominican Republic have released preliminary autopsy results in three cases involving American tourists. Who died at the very same resort within five days of each other. They find that one woman suffered a heart attack a couple each had internal bleeding as well as fluid in their lungs. Final cause of death for all three is yet to be determined all of which is of great interest to a Colorado couple who say that they stayed at the very same resort last year. And believe they were also poisoned. Here's C senior investigative correspondent drew Griffin. Calin canot reached out to CNN almost immediately after learning three Americans just died at the same resort in the Dominican Republic where she believes she was poisoned, along with her boyfriend. What is your reaction blood boiling, too coincidental with the symptoms that we had for me to even begin to stay quiet about it one year ago, this month the Colorado couple traveled to the all inclusive grand Bahia Principe resort? Lau Ramana and for the first few days, it seemed a vacation of a lifetime, but on the six day canot became ill. I woke up with a headache, one morning, we had gone to breakfast to see if I could get some water get some Jews try some food feel better. And then when we came back to the room actually hit us a lot, stronger, and we the smell of chemicals, she got progressively worse than her boyfriend. Tom Schwaiger started feeling it too. They say they. Sweating, drooling dizzy nauseous. It wouldn't go away. Neither would the smell in their hotel room, we thought housekeeper outside and like called her into sif. She could come in. She walked me, five six feet into the room and turned around and said, I'm not doing that. And then got on her walkie talkie to the front desk, and said something's going on with this room. She refused to come in and clean it. Kaelin and Tom had seen someone spring plants near the air conditioner outside their room. They assumed it was pesticide, but the hotel will say what it was. They switched rooms twice. It didn't help progress over the rest of our trip. And then over the course of a couple of weeks after a couple of weeks. Yeah. The domino all the domino cramping and GIF said lasted for a few weeks. And you said, drooling, drooling wet bad sweat, tearing, dizzy, dizzy, nauseous, and the domino cramping was the worst. I was the hardest something to deal. There's so much pain back in Colorado, connotes, physician diagnosed her with organo-phosphate poisoning, sh- wanders. Doctors suspect, the same thing heavily regulated and in some cases banned in the US organo-phosphates are manmade chemicals, found insecticides exposure can cause increased saliva tear production, diarrhea, nausea. Sweating confusion and death. The couple says they still have occasional symptoms and they are most concerned about their future health even after filing a lawsuit. They still do not know what exactly poisoned them all I wanted was the chemical name that is all everyone that I could care less about the money. If I can save me on life later and him to it's, it's what happened to him. What happened to me? What, what is it that we can do at this point? And drew Griffin joins us. Now, drew you've been investigating this has a company confirmed any of this. What's their response? Their response is really no response. They have failed to answer just about all of our questions, Jim, and they will not speak specifically about this case with this couple because there's litigation involved. In the meantime, the company is chastising us, basically to not even speculate on the current death investigations happening at this same resort while those investigations continue. So we're not getting much at all from Bahia resorts

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Judgment Sales in Japan Halted After Voice Actor Arrest

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Judgment Sales in Japan Halted After Voice Actor Arrest

"It's about Sega and their game judgment. You. Remember, this one judges is all that stuff, formerly judges judgment. It was in the funny. Showcase middle. Cool sell Ramana from Gaza. Reports. This Sega has announced a voluntary of voluntary Sega has announced a voluntary halt on shipments in digital sales of judgment parentheses formally. Judges is in its title in a Japan is in Japan following news of actor Pierre Takis arrest for allegedly using cocaine in violation of drug Japan's drug control law talkie. Plays a role of KOA Hummer up in judgment homers. The captain of the muscle gooky family, a subsidiary of the Joe clan based income route shoe in a press release Sega said Sega has received arrest reports and are currently confirming the facts, but for the time being we will voluntarily refrain from shipments and digital sales of judgment as well as other things like posting the product's homepage posting products homepage.

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"ramana" Discussed on RISE Podcast

RISE Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"ramana" Discussed on RISE Podcast

"Who are you trying to be who do you think that you're supposed to be in order to have other people love or like you? Because in my in my experience, I have had such betting Zeid in the past. And it was because I was trying to be something. I wasn't. I thought if I just have the most elaborate toddler birthday parties. If I make the biggest things giving dinners than my mother-in-law is not going to think that my kids are missing out. Anyone do that try and show off a life? Try and live certainly try to make your Instagram feed so beautiful. So the people will think that you're the person you're supposed to be right? Are you there? Thank you. So one of the biggest gifts one of the biggest lessons in my life was getting to a place where I just stopped caring and that included what even my husband thought about me? And where I was going, and what I was doing with my life is the third thing that I would say is going to get in your way other people's opinions. Years ago. I I'm like the biggest Buchner you've ever met in your entire life ever. Okay. I love to read I read non stop. And I do read a ton of nonfiction because it helps me become who I wanna be. But I also read a lot. And so I decided years ago that I was going to write a book, and it went here wanna write a book started writing a book. Yeah. Thinking about it having in your head. So that was me. So I had this idea one right this fiction book and sort of writing. Apparently, I read it with a quill and parchment. I don't know what this was. So I started writing this book on weekends. And then out of the blue I had a blog that was really popular at the time. And none of the blue a literary agent emailed me which never happens and the agent said, hey, we think you could have we think you'd be an author. We think you'd have a book, and I have wanted to be an author since I was eleven. Years old. I understood that people wrote books a lifetime dream of mine, and I was like this vit-. We've we've done it. I've someone has finally seeing the genius in me. I am going to be an author. And what I thought was if I really thought if you could just finish a book, then you'll be famous author. I mean, then the Pulitzer committee, we'll just immediately award the price. So she says to me and she says. Yeah. Actually, I'm writing a book. And at the time, I was writing a book about a time traveler who traveled to historical places and ended up falling in love with the soldier. And and it was so I said this to her this age. I didn't know I'm just the dumbest country mouse you ever met in your life. So I was just like here's my idea. And she was like, oh, man. Oh. She said, actually, I we were thinking about the fact that you were celebrity event planner. We're trying to think of a way you could do a book based on that. So she said let me see if I can figure out how you could write about working with celebrities celebrity, weddings and write fiction and send an Email the next day. And she said have you ever thought about writing a Ramana clay and my family are? Okay. So I read Roman a cliff, and I was like, I don't know what that means. So I'd Google it. And I found out that Ramana clay is when you write a story about real people usually celebrities, but you change the name. So nobody knows you're writing about a great example of this is devore's Prada. So she says would you ever consider writing Ramana Klay, and I'm like hundred percent because I'm moved from a small country town to LA at seventeen years old got thrust into this world, I have stories for days like Ayla celebrity clients the worst people on the planet here ago..

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"ramana" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"ramana" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Both of them were just such awesome. People. But anyway, we she had written as an e book, and when she had health crash she had she came I came down with. But like basically was diagnosed with she motos after dieting extremely for a while and really didn't know how to cook. And so we're husband taught her all these amazing recipes made them gluten-free paleo at cetera, and they made an e book, and of course, so Dutch ING on what you just were talking about with like how we may be can't help but help our friends with their businesses. I basically said to our like, I think the should be a real book. And I think your food is awesome because eight at their house in like, I don't I don't cook food like this. I know that she's not doing anything complicated because she's that kind of person where she's like this better be easy. So when I tasted the food. I was like the should be a real book. Can I help you? I would love to take the pictures help design this book until I really was kind of like consulting on how to approach sharing. The information in the book. But the recipes were all there's one hundred percent, and I just was like that of noxious friend like we need to make this into a book. I'm really proud of that book artistically. I mean, I just was not the photos. Yeah. On the food is amazing definitely has influenced. How you could all that process. And learn. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I definitely started in introducing different flavors. But, you know, the core of the way that I cook it's like onions, and garlic like everything starts with onions, and garlic and people are always like can you make spiceland without garlic. And I said, no, I probably can't because just would be against everything in believing. I'm sort of kidding. But you know, my recipes I do try to take influences from different types of cuisine just to keep it interesting. But I did learn some different flavor profiles for sure when we are working on that book, the cinnamon cumin paprika that's kinda like the trifecta of flavors. They use a lot and really delicious. Yeah. That's one of the things. So when I cook for people go holy shit. How why is it so good? What is going on? You're like, well, yeah, I just cooked onions garlic for a long time. Everything else in the reduced sauce and used fresh food and those are the keys for me at least. Cheek amazing. Spices and herbs, and it's just it's really it's not that hard. But I do think that people mostly under season their food talk about that a bunch when I introducing people to my spice blends, listen, you guys, I know you think just a little sprinkle is enough. But you need to season your food liberally in. It's not about the spices not being potent, they're potent. But if you want your food to taste really good you actually have to season it, especially salt. I mean, people under salt their food all the time. And I'm like, I can't control. If your food is bland, even if you made my recipe because it'll tell you to salt it to taste like I can't I do that for you. So you really do have to get used to salting food as your cooking it along the way think that's the really big trick. I definitely did not learn that for my mother, she was not good at salting food along the way. So we would always be like piling on the cheese at the end of the Italian family. We always had grated parmesan or Ramana cheese on the table. I was like, okay. I'll just toss meant cheese on top. So your viewpoint on adding spicy food and needing to is that why you're spices or big enough to knock someone out if you like..

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"ramana" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"You dressed up nicely for this. This ad LeVine plinking ever silverwork. Oh, yeah. Crystal goblet was some Sherry or something that's way, too. Maybe in the background. So you don't feel so alone. Palumbo. So there's none of the it. Sounds like no none of the families. Here have the marshmallow mellowed squash. No, no. I don't like. Crab. You're supposed to do. You're seven fishes. Yes. Receive a thanksgiving scallops starts my scalp gel. We'll ever like. Yeah. It used to be much more. When my mother was alive. That was like the third course was soup before that. And then I'll write individual anti pastas buffet that. Yeah. Don't wanna that. You have a good appetite. Oh, yeah. I was I was pretty much grown up on food. Like, I told the story where I had friends that were older than me when I worked at Time Warner Cable, and they came over one night, my mother made this feast and a couple of medical out into the driveway when they came back. I said Where'd you guys go they said we had to get high because your mother made so much food. Enciso eaten? It was like, okay. I gotta go outside and unite. Oh my God. I can see of course nowadays. They. But other would have had that at the table for them, you know, start with this and then go onto the food. So the other thing that we do after the thank you know, after the Turkey after the. Main course, although sides all that stuff. Then we have this thing that we call garlic salad. And basically, it's my dad takes a garlic clove and rubs the salad bowl with it for a while. It takes a process it's like a tradition special thing. Good. Yeah. And then it's basically just iceberg lettuce. Okay. Not romaine make sure it's always been iceberg. And so then he puts Gladys in garlic bowl. And and just some oil and vinegar and salt and pepper. And the cell that we have. And then we have dessert. Okay. Yeah. With criminals. This. It's a palette. It's like it's refreshing to eating all that Turkey after eating Ignatio. It sounds counterintuitive, but like eating the lettuce is almost really wet your appetite does. Sure cleans the palate now like the idea of the rubbing the garlic. It's almost similar to like a Caesar salad. You did the same thing with the Caesar salad. You rub the bowl. And then you get everything else involved in the best dressing for me is. Yeah. Oil vinegar salt and pepper doesn't too complicated. Again, we used to make that and my mother would just mixed up with their hands. Yeah. Yeah. You know, obviously today people be like a gas. If they saw some person mixing salad with their hands. You ain't gonna use the tenses, but it just tasted so good. Yeah. No, absolutely. Now. Can you use remain this year new can use any? I fished for your enemies. Yeah. In the world. Can you imagine that nuts aisle? It's all right. So sorry sorry. We check it out. Check it out. Could just cancel cancel win. Menino didn't want to deal with like Bruins celebration. I like how do we do this in the streets? This logistic in-app can't never mind. How close it down? None of it safe. Nope. None of its stay home thinking really healthy and safe Romain lettuce out there, which is. Abandoned around. My favorite lettuce sexy Lennox. It's what is Caesar salad, right? Yeah. It's good salad. I like iceberg. But obviously Caesar salad. I prefer roaming. Everybody is snooty about iceberg nowadays. But I am I am stuff. Yeah. That's just a very watery too. It's I think it's still the best thing to. With allergies. I don't like I used to like the like the these called masculine salad. Oh, yes. And I don't like that. I don't like that at all had a Ruge. Yeah. But yeah. With olive oil with. What's the size? She's not from John the other one the one that comes with it remodel Ramana Ramana cheese. Is remarkable. Yeah. Yeah. But I I'm with you though, I'm not a huge fan. Now. I like I like we used to have think culture Guardia, which is kind of dandelions. And again, just salt pepper oil vinegar, and that's it. It's kind of bitter. But it's it's it's different. We're going to beef carpaccio. Not really. No, no. But I have had it. But yeah, I totally kidding. Tommy can handle kidding. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. So to your salad thing sap. There is a restaurant. I worked at zeros which was a chain. And the guys it was a very basic salad. I believe it was actually romaine. All it was was the romaine lettuce, the Plum tomatoes, and mushrooms and blue cheese and balsamic and the guys tossed together with their hands, and what need that? So important was first of all it was an amazing it the entire salad was better for it. Because mixed it better the other. Thing was was that the blue cheese chunks would get would be able to get in the plump tomato wedge there and that was important because if you have a Plum tomato without it can be to water it needs. The flavor. Punch drive the blue cheese thing, and I have to say that mixing it with their hands was. So good. And now I made it I started making it home because I loved it so much and I missed out of business. So I, but now when I make it I always mix it with my hands just much better because everything gets evenly distributed. All the all the oil the vinegar the blue cheese else you putting in there. It just gets perfect like every single piece of lettuce or romaine or whatever is covered with something rather than doing the I actually don't make who makes a good salad is per to cheese again before three agree. It's like ten bucks. You get small dish pasta than unlimited salad enrolls in their this challenge. Grants iceberg, and they've got all sorts of good stuff in there. They've got tomatoes and cucumbers and red onions, and then they also throw in raw mushrooms. Which I like. Why are we doing better or more was marinate mushrooms? You don't like them. I.

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Deadly Texas flooding catches homeowners off-guard

America in the Morning

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Deadly Texas flooding catches homeowners off-guard

"Though, the Llano rivers gone down after cresting, Tuesday, continued rain and flooding is expected across. Central Texas flooding already blamed for at least two deaths among others. Bob Ramana lives in the lake Austin area seems like all of the major river systems are in a flooding condition. This one is probably more dangerous than other times also flooding in marble falls, a lot of

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"ramana" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"Rhythm and pattern. Those ideas coming together in one space feels as though it can happen now and actually rather than talk about the frustrations and I feel really passionately actually the rather than us look back and look at what has been frustrating certainly for women in the past and has howls will felt like it's been suppressive or being suppressive we can now unlock. And actually what moody does is allows women to be empowered by their emotions, being moody, isn't a bad thing. The reason it's cooled meaty is because actually your mood, your biggest asset there. The thing that's going to allow you to make choices, be productive, be might have aided, but also you need to listen when you're feeling crap because you're not always going to be if you're always happy, you're manic, or if you always said, you're depress. I remember reading this book, could the the the importance of negative emotion? Yeah, it's all about how anger you need. Anger Ain't need. sadness and you need that. You need all of them. Yeah, you need a balance and so being media in a bad thing. But most women have been caught media at some point in the life. So that's claiming backlist. Five and say, actually big moody is something that I'm going to use to my benefit to be able to understand how and what is going on in my world. I'm therefore rather than talk about how suppressed and how negative we've been treated historically actually. Now, ironically, being moody is our biggest asset for change, I believe. And I think actually being able to tap into your emotions, tap into your cycle, tap into yourself will be the future of how women can be confident and support each other to then create more equillibrium rather than it be about the kind of more masculine and of things, which is logic and suppress emotion because that's not go anywhere very for anyone very far. Right. It's like many to Maryland, I made everyone does. It's, you know, the reality is that this isn't it. You cannot use. If even if you're Ramana or women, you just wouldn't put in periods as right. But the reality is actually, I think for for women, it's important to have a space and have a safe space. So we've designed and built it. By women for women because we want it to feel like you're period isn't a utility. It's not something that you are tracking to say is on or off, and even if you don't have it on the standing, the patterns of your psycho should feel like just part of your lifestyle. So that's why it's been designed and built in the way it has clever because there's so many people on the coil and things like certain option you'd have periods. Yeah, it's really inclusive for everyone. Yeah. And you just say, I don't have a period and then basically the thing it will do is then you track your basically tracker mood. So you log every day if you want to once a month. But the thing that we found repower for the thing that's been the most in the Beata testing was the memo's. So what you can do is you write yourself a no wait and I and I use it. I mean, I'm biased obviously, but I use it all the time. So you right meant text my most yourself, voice memos to yourself, and then the end of each month, it sends you a time capsule of oil memos and all the messages you sent to yourself and not all of them are good in. I have been highly indexing on slightly anxious feeling a little bit worried. I'm crashing a burning, oh my God, we'll have I done to like any normal feeding. Exactly that kind of highs and lows rollercoaster, and then you get your time to lead into the month and you can retrospectively look back and listen back tool that information and because you know time hope back on an event. I really think it's important to be like this and hurls feeding. Yeah. Austria, exactly..

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"ramana" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on Back To Work

"Right? And so I- since I was keeping it for for sharp objects, which you, I think suggested last week and is continues to just be awesome. I'm a terrible sharp objects partisan at this point, it's great. It's so good. Understand a million reasons why someone would not like this, but this that show. Is so in my wheelhouse at hurts. Well, successions was just DeVos's. So God, oh my God. Oh, good. So good. So I started watching succession because now I had HBO on the calm down. We're gonna use it. So I've found this show and I watched it with my wife and she watched an episode or two, and she's like, she's again, I don't really my thing. I said I what I'm going to continue with it. First of all, like the acting in it is great. The writing in it is great the world that it presents and let me tell you briefly. About the show it. It's. Is it sort of a little bit of a kind of not a Ramana clay, but doesn't it seem partly inspired by the Rupert Murdoch family a little bit. I think it is. It basically is a it basically is a show about the what would you would call the ROY family? His last name is ROY, and this is a guy, Logan, ROY for king. Is that true or French? Like qua- ROI. Aro. By, but it basically starts out it's a drama. It has some comedy in it and it. It tells the story of this family who they have. One of like they have this huge media entertainment conglomerate business that that was run or is run by Logan, ROY, they, the patriarch of the family and his children. Some of whom are they were all raised very, very, very wealthy and some of them work in the business. Some of them don't. And the dynamic is very interesting between them. There's humor in it. But the thing that's interesting is every single one of these characters is I want to say blanket, they're horrible people, but they're pretty horrible to each other and in their own world and in their existence in the first couple episodes you like I hate the. I hate all of these people like they're all jerks. I don't like any of them. I don't even care what happens, but I kinda do wanna find out. And then by the third episode, you're like, there's so much in here. There's so much strange stuff dynamics and interesting interpersonal play, and the way the characters are all fleshed out. So effectively in the way the actors are playing them that you just kind of realize, wait a minute. And by the fourth or fifth episode, you're like, I really care about what's going to happen to these people. And I, I hate them, but I also feel bad about hating them now and I kind of like them and want them to to do better and wanna find out what happens. And so it's it's a very interesting kind of a show, and their lives are very sad, but you can really see with like what drives each of the characters and it. It does the one of the lessons that I think is come out of this is that it shows you that like having money doesn't solve any problems at all. And so I, I don't know. I've enjoyed it. If you watched it at all, I watched a little bit the first episode you've gotta can't go on with it. Well, you know, my boys over at the watch have been kind of fawning over this podcast about, yes, yes, they they, they were with it from the beginning, but in the last couple, look in a recent episode, they're like, this is like really good. This is to in their words, is the show that is really stride really episodes and like this could be like a minute on all time. Great one, but like very, very watchable TV. Yeah, it really is. And you know, like I'm not like I would say, if you don't have HBO now, I would say sign up for it and go out sharp objects. And once you've done that also watch succession..

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"ramana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And today we take you back to one thousand nine hundred seventy four when india stunned the world by carrying out its first ever nuclear explosion codename smiling buddha everybody was almost like we should have a nuclear weapon that had on one hundred and thirty eight day of the year at data's next twenty seconds in the morning indian standard time graph went haywire there expect that will have the capability and then when we did that everybody had to open their eyes whenever science in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine two s k seeker was a young nucleus scientists employed india's main nuclear research establishment the bubba atomic research centre nimble by he was finishing his phd under the supervision of one of the country's leading nuclear scientists not too little did talk to seek a no but his supervisor had been recruited to a secret project to build a nuclear device by one of the center's top directors of the raja ramana a man who would become central to india's nuclear weapons program i was assembling might be do in my room and i got a call from dr ramona's office that i should come and see him and was there and you're done enough for yourself so now is your sure does something.

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Ben Roethlisberger not sweating contract

One Bills Live

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Ben Roethlisberger not sweating contract

"The tournament on the challenging shinnecock hills golf course the year before it erin hills in wisconsin kept his shot sixteen under par to win the us open became the first to repeat as us open chance it's curtis strange in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight eighty nine bill gm brandon bean said say jones should be ready to go near the start of training camp jones underwent knee surgery missed the spring practices being said that jones will have to play some catch up on the field but has done a good job in the meeting room jones is yet to be on field with aj mccarron and josh allen in the practice setting appearing here on one bills live being did say that jones has new goals and new motives and is excited but we'll have to quote earn his way steelers qb ben rothlisberger said he's not worried about a contract extension right now with the likes of aaron rodgers likely to sign a new deal sooner than him he's got to know his price tag is only going to go up however rothlisburger did tell spn that he's not looking to break the bank and pointed teammates who need to get paid to like offensive linemen mortiz pouncey and marcus gilbert world cup action today sweden was able to hold off south korea with a one nothing result this morning getting their lone goal on a penalty kick belgium trounced panama three nothing ramana lukaku with a pair of goals for belgium and england and tunisia kicking off as we speak and the sabres making final preparations for the nhl entry draft on friday holders of the first pick they're expected to take swedish defenseman ross miss darlene if so he'd be the first swedish player to be drafted i overall since son dean was the first pick of the quebec nordiques in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine round one of the nhl draft begins friday at seven thirty rounds two through seven come saturday beginning at at eleven am that is your sports update here.

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"ramana" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Ramana flexing the law and ambig ud associated with that and then i think that you know in software at all fronts he be if your startup just you know bootstrapping yourself into your first series a or whatever you need to do to get financing or if you're a long established you know mega corporation that's been in this industry for for decades you never know how your software practices are going to interact with the laws of changes in you also don't know how the laws that change when it interacts with your software practice in your pipeline so yeah it can get pretty ambiguous while you're navigating through all sides of it so i guess you can say that about any field with if you haven't experienced enough depth you will reach probably within eight months the realization that the oh my gosh there's so much subjectivity so much undiscovered territory to becomes like that so a lawyer is a knowledge worker job much like a developer and i have been a developer before you have lots of tools to improve your workflow does a lawyer have access to similar tools how does the workflow of a lawyer compared to a software engineer i imagined that they're quite different so it's gonna very firm defer practice to practice and i would think that is the same software too depending on what specific domain you work in what sort of level of corporate you work in software engineering probably varies in workflow as well but there's a lot of room for technologies focused smart workflow management and task management so you know one of the things i use personally that i don't see a whole lot of other attorneys use but i use trello lot for my own for my own personal serve docket and managing my own projects in cases and most of what we do use in the legal field tends to be sort of i don't wanna say ad hoc but it's not it's not specifically for lawyers yet not designed from first principles specifically for the go practice workflow i mean there's more and more technology like that out there but at the moment that's there's offerings so yeah this is like when we did that show about atrium with justin con.

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"ramana" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Ramana flexing the law and ambig ud associated with that and then i think that you know in software at all fronts he be if your startup just you know bootstrapping yourself into your first series a or whatever you need to do to get financing or if you're a long established you know mega corporation that's been in this industry for for decades you never know how your software practices are going to interact with the laws of changes in you also don't know how the laws that change when it interacts with your software practice in your pipeline so yeah it can get pretty ambiguous while you're navigating through all sides of it so i guess you can say that about any field with if you haven't experienced enough depth you will reach probably within eight months the realization that the oh my gosh there's so much subjectivity so much undiscovered territory to becomes like that so a lawyer is a knowledge worker job much like a developer and i have been a developer before you have lots of tools to improve your workflow does a lawyer have access to similar tools how does the workflow of a lawyer compared to a software engineer i imagined that they're quite different so it's gonna very firm defer practice to practice and i would think that is the same software too depending on what specific domain you work in what sort of level of corporate you work in software engineering probably varies in workflow as well but there's a lot of room for technologies focused smart workflow management and task management so you know one of the things i use personally that i don't see a whole lot of other attorneys use but i use trello lot for my own for my own personal serve docket and managing my own projects in cases and most of what we do use in the legal field tends to be sort of i don't wanna say ad hoc but it's not it's not specifically for lawyers yet not designed from first principles specifically for the go practice workflow i mean there's more and more technology like that out there but at the moment that's there's offerings so yeah this is like when we did that show about atrium with justin con.

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Kris Van, Assistant Professor and University Of Vermont discussed on Ron and Don Show

Ron and Don Show

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Kris Van, Assistant Professor and University Of Vermont discussed on Ron and Don Show

"You said quote they're still here subject of a meeting with north korea's kim jong un was brought up if i think that it's a meeting that is not going to be fruitful we're not going to go if the meeting when i'm there is not fruitful i will respectfully leave the meeting what led to the daily deadly failure of a southwest airliner engine in midflight cbs news transportation correspondent kris van cleave the ntsb believes that metal fatigue led to an engine blade breaking and that's what caused the nfl is that blade went into the engine kicking debris out the damage the wing that that punctured the plane through that window the passengers sitting next to that window killed by the impact a son remembers his mother former governor jeb bush the day after former first lady barbara bush died so blessed to be her son she taught us to serve others she taught us to be civil she taught us to love your family with your heart and soul just minutes after launching nasr's planet hunting space craft lift off the spacex falcon nine kids space x rocket booster back on earth as designed the first stage booster landing on a floating platform just off the florida coast the nanny is guilty guilty of murdering her employers to children the new york city jury deciding that ios lynn ortega was not insane when she repeatedly stabbed those little kids to death wcbs tv's ali bellman at the courthouse the former up danny sat quietly listening to four guilty verdicts be read aloud for murder in the first and second degree prosecutors that are take unknowingly killed sixyearold lucia krim and her two year old brother leo caring for the children back in two thousand twelve americans waste nearly a pound of food every day so says a new study from the us department the university of new hampshire and vermont study co author university of vermont assistant professor meredith nile ramana food that were wasting is to about thirty percent of the available daily calories for each person in the united states we also found that this food waste says about a quarter of all food produced by.

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Questions over "disturbing" video of black Harvard student's arrest

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Questions over "disturbing" video of black Harvard student's arrest

"The first victim of the valentine's day rampage to file a lawsuit here's cbs's peter king apathy borjas blocked doorway to protect fellow students when he was shot five times now he's suing confessed shooter nicholas crews his mother's estate the family that took him in after his mother died three mental health facilities that treated crews borges assuming cruise for assault and battery the rest for negligence cruise is charged with seventeen counts of murder and attempted murder to harvard law professor say they are now representing the undergrad seen on video being punched at least twice as cambridge police tried to subdue him ronald sullivan and delilah mona or ramana say neither they nor their twenty one year old client plan to speak publicly about the case police commissioner brand bard is defended his officers actions cambridge mayor mark mcgovern and harvard president drew faust calls the encounter disturbing outgoing house speaker paul ryan does not back a bill to protect special counsel robert muller from being fired by president trump in capital briefing ryan calls the bill on necessary he says he doesn't think the president will try to fire muller because it's not in the president's interest to do so stormy daniels says she's done being bullied the porn star who claimed she had a sexual tryst with the president has released a composite sketch of a man who she says warned her not to talk about what happened meantime federal judge rejected a request from the president and his personal attorney michael cohen to keep the feds from reading files seized last week wbz news time coming up to three forty two we have traffic and weather together and a lot more news coming up with jeff brown we also have tom cuddy right now in the ace hticket dot com sports studio red sox and celtics working tonight celtics milwaukee bucks.

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"ramana" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The highest era in all of baseball and they also scored the fewest front so that combination is really what you have to work through to why they're not very good people would look at this brian price is pitching coach of great note that if something happened to brian price will get a little bit they eighteen will come in and swift him up but you know he's got all these young arms young arms at the reds develop scouted and developed in casteel ramana and others and yet they can't get the job done is that a reflection on the reds in the front office or is it a reflection on skipper i think it's a reflection on the pictures first of all the also have to look at at at the the one thing that's missing for the reds the you know these guys pitch very well triple a and i was talking to a couple of scouts about this and it's not just rich pictures that do this but it really does highlight the fact that the difference between aaa and the major league gigantic a lot bigger than people what soom it is and very few pictures are able to make that jump cleanly successfully all the time and you know for every johnny cueto who also by the way did not do very well his first couple of years in major league there's not that many clayton kershaw that come up your dominate right away as well it takes a while to develop and that's part of the problem of baseball i haven't seen this before with others is that you know there's so many so many young arms or somebody bodies in the system that if you don't mature in a year or two it's almost too late for you i mean the homer daily for example he came up in two thousand seven he was a hotshot number one pick and they really lucky for big things for him and he wasn't very good you got sent to the minors two or three times and dirt injuries before he kind of did it stride in twenty ten to twenty twelve twenty thirteen when he was a two hundred any pitcher obviously hurt since then but they really were counting on to steal who.

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"ramana" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

"All right i'll start off with some news you may recall that we had wyndham cmo barry goldstein on the show for our chief travel leaders series i think he was on of january well barry has been a busy guy and this week wyndham hotel group downst and it's adding the words by wyndham to twelve of their hotel brands these will now be days in by wyndham ramana obviously ramada by wyndham super eight super eight by wyndham you know also getting the by wyndham monitor at the end is going to be america and travelodge howard johnson neeman dulcinea trademark splendor and then some of already out there have it such as trip micro tell wingate hawthorn suites so it's gonna be about more than seven thousand hotels will be affected with logos online listings and physical science so i would like to say to everybody out there if you are in the sign or printing business while you may want to contact with so many different brands of these yeah it was really hard to keep up well this is a statistics it's disturbing and disturbing new through one of my favorite cities that would be london england the murder rate there was higher than new york city this year so far has been higher this year so far nebo cities are roughly equivalent population both have disadvantaged neighborhoods as well as extremely wealthy neighborhoods but while the murder rate in new york was the lowest number in decades last year two hundred ninety homicides last year london experienced a sharp uptick uptick early this year due to battling drug dealers and according to the city's police chief social media posts at foster rapidly escalating violence i hadn't thought about that one big difference in both in the two cities most of new york's deaths are caused by guns in london it's mostly knives causing those deaths.

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"ramana" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Jordan romano back out on the bumper the cats to start the bottom of the second ending no score here in hartford as yard coats get to send their five six seven hitters to the plate bam hilliard ramana working from the wind up his first pitch to sam hillier swung on fell back it's oh in one to start at the bottom of ending number two other than eastern league scored we'll keep our eye on fellow bluejays affiliate scores as the night goes along oh one pitch meeting download the soft stuff from romano in that offering one in one on the left fielder affiliates already postponed due to inclement weather aaa buffalo and class a lansing both games back to a later date because of weather in lansing and buffalo today really that was in great lakes home of the great lakes loons for class a one one pitch download one at advance did it change from romano in the count is even to so with that in mind the only other blue jays affiliate inaction this evening advanced eight dunedin and the moment they trail clearwater three nothing in the sixth inning game is in clearwater tonight you balls two strikes romano kicks in fires fastball up in hilliard raises the arms to sell all three and now the county's is full.

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"ramana" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"No trouble delicious every time came home at the same problems yet we had to dig into the science to the cheese to figure this one out so it turns out that pechory in order monitor the cheese used in cacho epa and many roman pasta dishes had in rome has a high salt content and a low calcium content both of those are factors that help a hard cheese like pick arena ramana or also parmesan melt more smoothly it needs a stabiliser however in the stabiliser comes from the cooking water that the passengers coq ten and that starch stabilize the cheese melts it keeps nice and smooth nights and creamy delicious all that well the problem is when we come back here american pechory in a reminder of cheese has less salt and more calcium and that means that the starch extracted from the faucet and the cooking water is no longer sufficient to stabilize the sauce so of course you ordered one hundred are a pound authentic roman pechory know assad or haas of course and you know what we still have the same problem because it also age matters and in ported pick reno ramono even though it has the higher salt the lower calcium is aged an age church cheeses also very difficult to melt smoothly so it turns out we couldn't find a solution i mean the cheese eat you're stuck with which you can buy here exactly so now one ag's zachary so because even imported didn't help us so we had to find a way to up the start we needed to stabilize the sauce better with more starch and we try to number different ways to extract more start from the pasta didn't work wasn't sufficient the answer so simple cornstarch two teaspoons of cornstarch made all the difference what we ended up doing was making a slurry of cheese and water and cornstarch and he did that up threw it into our pasta dang perfectly smooth creamy katcher a pepsi yeah but this was actually interesting because used like over a couple of water right it wasn't like a slurry with a quarter cup was a lot of water in this sauce that you made this sauce separately right exactly you make this off separately.

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"ramana" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I did a wedding in minneapolis and they're the wedding added minneapolis was for a friend of my daughter's and um that wedding was done in a church nondenominational church and the very nice pastor from the nondenominational church i remember this vividly uh prior to the way but are for the wedding asked if i would be wearing my robe investments yes vestments i see no i'm gonna go what i have are going to go with the blazer and the i didn't show her my card from the universal life church that i have in my wallet you have a card right now to get a car more dade is that laminated okay yeah special parking so again when you have we bring your vestments to vegas uh don't for this vow were new okay well you can pick up a robe investments anywhere in vegas police joe now you've got ordained for joe ramana you got ordained for what to marry my sisters and you all i am i not do each other their heads another later edrich man moment you're not old enough would vanish yeah uh so they're younger their older than me and they both got married yet in the same year in they're they've done series tied to specific church note so they asked you to do were you nervous a little nervous for the first one the second one breeze oh easy is a breeze baby because what you have to do is you have to ask question jeff to get to know the couple right you tell a personal story uh that's right that is danger as your sister voice in trouble either way well yeah yeah especially is a little brother do you do this storytelling before the changing of the ringing isi yes the order there's a specific order to it but generally you want to get the content of activists ceremony the fluff upfront before you get to the serious stuff and that's the the rain and the and the and the the final declaration caddick of vows can go ahead of the continent he could i remember you merely couple on valentine's day in the past we were on a remote and into artists and i were via at least omer may they are still mary yeah good but i forget if you told the stories first and then got to the the nuts and bolts zero tolerance wouldbe why were gathered here today and that a little.

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"ramana" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ramana" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Don't forget you can find early episodes right nowtuneincomserial killers or just download the free tune in app and search serial killers due to the graphic nature of this killers crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes dramatization 's and discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for children under thirteen it's april 14th 1992 and rostov courtroom number five is fold reporters shoot video civilians nibble free bread rolls a giant metal cage constructed specially for this trial looms next to the judges match then a woman in the crowd began screaming scoundrels cannibal filthy pig in walks andrei ramana bitch chicoti low his head shaved his demeanor com as two guards locked him inside the cage he sits on his bench yawns gazes out on the families of his numerous victims p data's she continuous what was it like for our children chicoti lowest charged with raping murdering and in some cases cannabilizing fifty three women and children between 1978 in 1990 he would often meet them at a bus or train station strike up a conversation and lead them into the woods nearby it wasn't difficult to winning one before his arrest chicoti lou appeared a shy listless older man a typical soviet clerk charming harmless but he was anything but as part of court procedure the judge must read detailed police reports reach murder multiple members of the crowd faint upon hearing i'll kill your wife your children all of them all of them noone moves to stop the screaming woman a few others join it and as their hatred spills fourth the purpose behind chicoti lows cage becomes clear it's not to keep them in its to keep them out.

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