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"sahin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | Last month

"sahin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of China's top military leaders is suggesting that spending more money to prepare for conflicts with the United States would be good at Baxter has global news from the 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco head Yeah, not only good Brian but needed to top generals. China's Central Military Commission, which is led by President Xi Jinping, urging the country to boost military spending and preparation. They say they may get caught in traps set up to draw them in his employ to silence arising world power by an established one. They asked for more money and more capabilities. Meanwhile, in front of the Congress and the U. S today, the U. S and the Pacific Command is saying China's military executed a coordinated test launch. Of its top anti ship ballistic missile into the South China Sea last August, says it is capable of attacking aircraft carriers in the Western Pacific by on Tak is seeing a potential supply three billion doses of covert shots in 2020 CEO ogre Sahin on, Bloomberg says they're having to look at how to distribute it. That's the next question. Our P question is how much does the quiet Yeah, and where is the need to deliver and this is something that we are evaluating them at the moment. Meanwhile, Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York, says mass vaccination centers will continue to open and now will be available to anybody eligible, and he is again lowering the eligibility to get Vaccine. We're going to drop the 65 year.

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"sahin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:41 min | 4 months ago

"sahin" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Back. This is the Ben Shapiro Showtime for some covert updates. The covert vaccine is going out on mass today. Tons of doses going out today, which is excellent. Excellent news, of course. And the bio and tech head. You've worked on the Worked on the vaccine. He says that we should be getting back to normal by the end of next summer. Because at that point, all the vaccines are out there and life is what life is. We know that we have a solution. Yeah, And we know that we can put us many doses of vaccines and they know that they're there was the Arab exes which have shown efficacy and therefore therefore people. We should be confident that they can be we will be able to control this disease and the pandemic latest and off next summer. It is Dr Kruger Sahin, who is one of the heads of bio intact, which horrifies her to develop the vaccine. 2.9 million of covert 19 vaccine are beginning to arrive. A lot of us are going to the most populous places in the country. So first in line are 17 million health care workers and 3.7 million nursing home residents. And then you get a central workers, teachers first responders. And then you get 89 million people with pre existing conditions. Now, here's the thing. I think that probably we should actually be working on people with preexisting conditions. First, if you're an essential worker, but you're 25 years old and healthy. You really should not be in line before somebody who is 65 years old and has serious pre existing conditions. So the transient doesn't make a whole hell of a lot of sense. Nonetheless, this is the way that the distribution is going to go. And the number of doses very fairly widely by states in the early going. California is about to get 330,000 doses. Colorado is gonna get 47,000 doses, but smaller states are gonna get far fewer. Delaware only gets about 9000 doses. Lorna gets 100 80,000 doses. So the vaccines have begun to roll out that is a massive win for the Trump administration. The media, however, are suggesting that it is the Trump Administration's fault that people are skeptical about about the vaccine because there's a lot of questions about who wants to take the vaccine and let me be clear. The vaccine in terms of the studies has been proved to be effective. Does that mean the Children should be getting it? Probably not. At least not as at first Wash. It should be like last in line number one because they're at least risk of this thing and number two because they're the least likely to transmit this thing or have intergenerational contact with people who are elderly. As I say. We should be trenching this thing out, and people should be able to assess their own level of risk when it comes to getting the thing was not getting the thing or damage if you do get the thing, as opposed to not getting the thing If you're 17 years old. And you are Not only unlikely to die of this thing, it's less likely to kill you, then the flu you may be like, well, not term into it. That's understandable. With that said he widespread vaccines. Skepticism that has now cropped up on the left is clearly a product of media hating Trump. Now the media are gonna turn around. Try and blame Trump for the vaccine skepticism they themselves created on MSNBC. Here we go. They were blaming Trump for Blue State vaccine skepticism. And yes, And unfortunately this happened because of just the horrible precedent. They got that by the president and members of the Trump administration to politicize a number of treatment and even some of the effort leading to a vaccine to this point. That is Dr Kavita Patel, a former Obama official. Obviously so it's about politicization. Never mind. The fact that everybody in the process is the process was never politicized. In fact, United States lags behind two other countries, the U. K in Canada, where the third country actually approve the distribution of the vaccine. Is the FDA chief, in fact, saying external pressure was not the issue in us deciding to green light this thing Jake. We have been very clear and I'll say it again here that nothing guided our decision. No external comments. No external pressure.

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"sahin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:33 min | 4 months ago

"sahin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro Showtime. For some covert updates. The covert vaccine is going out on mask today. Tons of doses going out today, which is excellent. Excellent news, of course. And the bio and tech head. You've worked on the Worked on the vaccine. He says that we should be getting back to normal by the end of next summer. Because at that point, all the vaccines are out there and life is what life is. We know that we have a solution. Yeah, And we know that we can put us many doses off experience, and they know that there will be also Arabic studies, which have shown efficacy. And deaf. Therefore people we should be confident that they can be we will be able to control this disease and the pandemic latest and off next summer. It is Dr Kruger Sahin, who is one of the heads of bio attack, which worked advisor to develop the vaccine. 2.9 million doses of covert 19 vaccine are beginning to arrive. Ah, lot of those are going to the most populous places in the country. So first in line are 17 million health care workers and 3.7 million nursing home residents, and then you get essential workers, teachers, first responders. And then you get 89 million people with pre existing conditions. Now, here's the thing. I think that probably we should actually be working on people with preexisting conditions. First, if you're an essential worker, but you're 25 years old and healthy. You really should not be in line before somebody who is 65 years old and has serious pre existing conditions. So the transient doesn't make a whole hell of a lot of sense. Nonetheless, this is the way that the distribution is going to go. And the number of doses very fairly widely by states in the early going. California is about to get 330,000 doses. Colorado is gonna get 47,000 doses, but smaller states are gonna get far fewer. Delaware only gets about 9000 doses. Lorna gets 100 80,000 doses. So the vaccines have begun to roll out that is a massive win for the Trump administration. The media, however, are suggesting that it is the Trump Administration's fault that people are skeptical about about the vaccine because there's a lot of questions about who wants to take the vaccine and let me be clear. The vaccine in terms of the studies has been proved to be effective. Does that mean the Children should be getting it? Probably not. At least not as at first blush. It should be like last in line number one because they're at least risk of this thing and number two because they're the least likely to transmit this thing or have intergenerational contact with people who are elderly. As I say. We should be trenching this thing out, and people should be able to assess their own level of risk when it comes to getting the thing was not getting the thing or damage if you do get the thing, as opposed to not getting the thing If you're 17 years old. And you are Not only unlikely to die of this thing, it's less likely to kill you, then the flu you may be like, well, not term into it. That's understandable. With that said the widespread vaccines. Skepticism that has now cropped up on the left is clearly a product of media hating Trump. Now the media are gonna turn around. Try and blame Trump for the vaccine skepticism they themselves created on MSNBC. Here we go. They were blaming Trump for Blue State vaccine skepticism. And yes, And unfortunately this happened because of just the horrible precedent. They got that by the president and members of the Trump administration to politicize a number of treatment and even some of the effort leading to a vaccine to this point. That is Dr Kavita Patel, a former Obama official. Obviously so it's about politicization. Never mind. The fact that everybody in the process is the process was never politicized. In fact, United States lagged behind two other countries. The U. K in Canada were the third country actually approve the distribution of vaccine. Is the FDA chief, in fact, saying external pressure is not the issue in us deciding to green light this thing Jake. We have been very clear.

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"sahin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"sahin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Gore. Sahin of Bio Antec partner with Fizer told our Greg Palkot, we will start to see an impact when 30% of the U. S has been inoculated. He believes that can happen by April, Fox's Mike Tobin Tens of millions of Americans will get the first shots, mostly healthcare workers, nursing home residents and first responders. The FDA may approve Madonna's vaccine next week on the heels of the Supreme Court's refusal to hear a Texas lawsuit to overturn the election. Another court rules against the Trump campaign, the latest defeat delivered yesterday in Wisconsin. Democratic Congressman Dan killed a tells Fox News. It's time for President Trump to accept reality he lost. What we've seen is Republicans and Democrats in positions of authority. Turned back these claims of mass fraud. The Wisconsin Supreme Court rejected the Trump campaign lawsuit, saying it would disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of voters in the state's most diverse counties with the most blacks. Protest in the nation's capital turned violent last night is large crowds of Trump supporters and counter protesters began fighting after dark. Metro police say several people, including police officers were hurt or people who've been stabbed or taken to the hospital. America's listening the Fox News From the Bucks. News Podcasts network, getting schooled with Abby Hornet's Eric Fox News chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel and you just talk to me about the basics of a filibuster. Two different versions. There's giving a long speech on the Senate floor to make the point that there is a severe protest about something going on in the Senate. The other way is getting together 40 or more senators to vote against something subscribe and listen now, But going to a fox News podcasts done Come class dismissed..

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UK Authorizes Emergency Use of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

TIME's Top Stories

03:53 min | 4 months ago

UK Authorizes Emergency Use of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

"Pfizer and bio. Intech say. They've won permission wednesday for emergency use of their covid nineteen vaccine in britain. The world's first corona virus shot that's backed by rigorous science and a major step toward eventually ending the pandemic. the move makes britain one of the first countries to begin vaccinating. Its population as it tries to curb. Europe's deadliest covid nineteen outbreak. Other countries aren't far behind the us. And the european union also are vetting. The pfizer shot along with a similar vaccine made by competitor. Moderna inc pfizer said it would immediately begin shipping limited supplies to the uk and has been gearing up for even wider distribution if given a similar nod by the us food and drug administration. A decision expected as early as next week but doses everywhere are scarce and initial. Supplies will be rationed until more is manufactured in the first several months of next year visor. Co albert birla called the uk decision. A moment we are focusing on moving with the same level of urgency to safely supply. A high quality vaccine around the world bore said in a statement while the uk has altered enough pfizer vaccine for twenty million people. It's not clear. How many will arrive. By year's end. And adding to the distribution challenges is that it must be stored at ultra cold temperatures two doses. Three weeks apart are required for protection first in line. The uk government says our frontline healthcare workers and nursing home residents followed by older adults british regulators. Also were considering. Another shot made by astrazeneca and oxford university but prime minister. Boris johnson has warned. We must i navigate a hard winter of restrictions to try to curb the virus until there's enough vaccine to go around. Every country has different rules determining when an experimental vaccine is safe and effective enough to use intense political pressure to be the first to roll out a rigorously. Scientifically tested shot colored the race in the us and britain even as researchers pledged to cut no corners and contrast china and russia have offered different vaccinations to their citizens ahead of late. Stage testing the shots made by us based pfizer and its german partner bio intech were tested in tens of thousands of people and while that study isn't complete early results suggest. The vaccine is ninety five percent effective at preventing mild to severe covid nineteen disease the company's told regulators that of the first one hundred seventy infections detected in study volunteers. Only eight were among people who'd received the actual vaccine and the rest had gotten a dummy shot. This is an extraordinarily strong protection. Dr uber sahin. A bio intex. Ceo recently told the associated press. The companies are reported. No serious side effects. Although vaccine recipients may experience temporary pain and flu-like reactions immediately after injections but experts caution that a vaccine cleared for emergency use is still experimental and the final testing must be completed still to be determined is whether the pfizer bio tech shots protect against people spreading the coronavirus without showing symptoms. Another question is how long protection lasts. The vaccine also has been tested in only a small number of children none younger than twelve. And there's no information on its effects in pregnant women.

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"sahin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"sahin" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The Trump team is stepping up legal fights as the president tweets more allegation What's taking North Carolina so long that they looking for more ballots to fix that one. Also, the Trump campaign is filing more lawsuits. A judge in Detroit expected to rule toe Morrow on a Trump lawsuit, which asked for, among other things, quote certification of Detroit's vote be stopped boxes. John Roberts president elect Joe Biden choosing Ron Klain, who led the Obama administration's fight against Ebola's to be his chief of staff and as the U. S hits another covert case. Hi yesterday, the co founder of Buying Tech, which is co producing a vaccine with Visor Talking to Fox business about which country might get the shots. First guy off the next scene. The depends on on a potential approval organizations that's eager Sahin talking, a Fox Business Network. America's Listeningto Fox News. Stay up to date with everything going on by listeningto Rush Limbaugh weekdays from 11 to 2 on Twin Cities News, Talk Am 11 31 3.5 FM, and on I Heart Radio with your smart speaker. Mm hmm. Mr Glenn Beck program. I want to invite you to Educate your own family. We are entering a time now where.

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"sahin" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"sahin" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"W do you in? FM Parksville Gainesville, It's 11 30. Susan really moved, the Trump team is stepping up legal fights as the president tweets more allegation. What's shaking North Carolina so long that they looking for more ballots to fix that one. Also, the Trump campaign is filing more lawsuits. A judge in Detroit expected to rule tomorrow on a Trump lawsuit, which asked for, among other things, quote certification of Detroit's vote be stopped Oxygen, Roberts President elect Joe Biden choosing Ron Klain, who led the Obama administration's fight against Ebola's to be his chief of staff and is the U. S hits another covert case. Hi yesterday, the co founder of buying Tech, which is co producing a vaccine with visor Talking to Fox business about which country might get the shots. First guy off the next scene. The depends on on the potential, approve it or Totalization. That's eager Sahin talking to Fox Business Network, America's Listeningto Fox News. My gorgeous Yes, you deal when from the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom, I'm Alison Shields. It may take another three weeks before White County officials are able to reopen the trails that the popular Unity preserve recreation area north of Cleveland. County manager Jason Comp says the remnants of Hurricane Zeta left behind said damaged It's too dangerous to allow people on the trails will have a combination some of our crew but also the groups or BA, they'll be out there. They really help us out a lot and make sure that the trail's air rideable and And easy access for everyone, so they're going to be having a satellite, Cobb says. Power has been restored at the trailhead facility, but the big issue is now down Trees in the recreation area. At the same time, Secretary of State bread rations Burger announced an audit and recount on the Georgia presidential election results. He also announced the consolidation of runoff races for the general election. The Public Service Commission. Runoff between incumbent Republican Bob McDonald and Democrat Daniel Blackman has been moved to January. 5th to coincide with Georges to U S Senate run offs and a judge will consider bomb today for two suspects accused in the killing of all Mod Armory in Brunswick Armory was shot to death in February. Well running through a neighborhood father and son Greg and Travis McMichael are in jail for the shooting death. Their attorneys are expected to argue that they thought Arboria was connected to a burglary. There's more news that access Wdun.

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"sahin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:44 min | 5 months ago

"sahin" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Larry McNamara owns Major's Diner and Pine Valley and told reporting partner 10 News. He's fed up with the back and forth on battling the coronavirus. We are over it, we can't do Any more going backwards in stay open and be a viable part of the community. San Diego County going into that purple tear starting early Saturday morning, 12 01, McNamara says Moving to outdoor on Lee will make it impossible to survive because temperatures are in the thirties in the mornings in the diner is open for breakfast and lunch. Bye On Tek, co founder who Gore saw him talks about progress with the stage Three trial of the Cove is vaccine candidate they are developing with Fizer Sahin says data seems to show people who have recovered from the coronavirus are able to continue to fight off the infection For at least six months, people applications seemed to be to have serious, sufficient immune response. Even after six months after infection, which is a which is a really good message, the drug companies announcing their data shows. Vaccine is more than 90% effective. Suicides are down in San Diego for the first six months of 2020, but drug and alcohol related deaths are up, Mr. Pandemic continues. County medical examiner Dr Steven Chapman says drug and alcohol deaths, especially from fentanyl, meth and prescription drugs are up a little bit outside of Meteo make conclusions about why the death have gone up in that way. I know our county behavioral health services does believe that there's a component of behavior change that has resulted in some of the He's drugged at. So I think that people do believe that the pandemic is contributing to the increase in these death. Medical examiner does not look specifically at deaths from the coronavirus. Those are classified as accidental, instead covered by the health.

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"sahin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:25 min | 9 months ago

"sahin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"U. S. Dollars yet a gloomy demand outlook lingers with Corona virus cases. Surging crude is on track for a weekly decline as California, Texas and Florida record some of their biggest daily gains in cases and deaths this week. Corona virus Endemic is far from easing around the world and the international energy Agency set of jumpin cases could derail the market recovery. We need a young Bloomberg radio again. West Texas Intermediate crewed up now by 1.4% 40 18 a barrel. 102 on Wall Street time now for your market drivers report. Here he is. Dave Wilson. Thanks, Charlie looking an American depositary receipts as I do at this hour every weekday theeighty ours are higher, along with US shares. The S and P. A. T r index is up 4/10 of a percent. D S and P five hundred's also up 4/10 of a percent. Frances Alstom has gained 5.1% in US trading. The European Commission set of July 31st deadline to rule on the train maker's $7 billion takeover offer for the rail unit of Cannons bombarding, eh? Howsam said yesterday that it would offer several concessions to get the deal approved Germany's bio in Tech as climbed 6.5%. Co founder and CEO Cougar Sahin told The Wall Street Journal. He expects the company to produce more than a 1,000,000 doses of covert 19 vaccine next year. Violent tech is developing the vaccine, with US based Fizer. Taiwan Semiconductor manufacturing a slip 2% the 80 yards air lower even though June results indicated second quarter revenue was higher than ANALYSTSAVERAGE estimate, The Bloomberg survey. Now the 80 years had jumped 48% from a march low before the data came out, and China why Iife Insurance has lost 5.1%. The company reported The first half revenue dropped 16% from a year ago, even though last month's sales rose 44%. Charlie All right, Well, thank you very much day Wilson keeping track of those American depositary receipts, This is the time of week where we get the weekly rig count numbers out of Baker Hughes Baker Hughes says the oil rig count Down by four this week. The 181 re capping equities mixed The Dow, the S and P. Higher NASDAQ lore has some PR 13 up 4/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet, that is a Bloomberg business Flash. He's bound to.

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"sahin" Discussed on H-sana

H-sana

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"sahin" Discussed on H-sana

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"sahin" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"sahin" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

"That's profitable. It's like the magic formula. And that's what I'm proud of not only having a high growth company to when we talk about the fun part. And starting your one would exactly unit up doing that reverse time how much money you had sorted off. And when you moved to Boston and got everything going what you just walk us through like the opening days of starting the first company, that's always scary. Right. Plus I ended up spending a lot more than I expected traveling. My turns out my travel budget had increased a lot over the years. I wasn't a twenty year old backpacking around the globe anymore and day one is really always about setting up launching a website, setting up Bank accounts and getting your first clients in the door. For, I think it took about a year to say, hey, I think that this company is a picked up a couple types of engagements that I don't do now so, like consulting arrangements with some big companies that needed help with their international work on a consulting basis that kind of helped pay the bills while setting up the company whereas now we don't take those clients anymore. Course it took about a year before I had enough clients and revenue coming in the door that I thought, okay? I think I need maybe a year year and a half that I thought, okay, it's time to start hiring people. This is definitely a business opportunity, and I think it took probably five years. There were definitely times when we were operating in the red. But the company had some cash flow like it was fine. It was fine. But it wasn't comfortable for a long time. So the first year and a half, so we're sort of January twenty twelve in how old are you just make sure on pace? I think thirty two or thirty three orca should for the first year and a half of globalization partners was actually called for soft. Yes. Okay. And then you're the only one on the payroll for. The first year and a half. Yeah. And I don't think I was paying myself. I heard that's money to pay, like bare minimum of my half of the bills, so to speak in my husband worked, but it wasn't much so definitely bootstrapped especially right in the beginning. I mean, did he think you'd have clients faster that you'd be able to get everything going because I understand you're just doing quote unquote consulting for the first year and a half. Maybe you need a couple companies, I interested in going into a certain countries. So you need a couple of people ready to go before you actually start a company. They're two totally totally. I think that for me actually, there was a point when I just thought you know what I am not making much money but I'm making a little bit. And I really want to give this a go, and I'm just gonna let go of anxiety and trust that I feel like this is the right place that I'm supposed to be doing this. And that this is gonna work out in the end, really fortunate that it worked out that way. But I also got to a point where I just realized, like mentally the overhead of worrying about whether it was gonna work out wasn't helping me. So I thought, if I have enough money to pay a little bit. Rent and just be cautious than this is worth investing in. And this is what I wanna do. And I'm not gonna worry about it. But what point did you think that you'd actually start hiring? I mean, I didn't know if you had a vision or a business plan going into this thing if you are on pace or we know where you're at today. But back then. Right. When you're starting where you're getting disappointed you weren't moving fast enough. That's a good question. I think that there's a lot of scrambling the American business might set is a little bit smoke and mirrors, like in those early days for an entrepreneur, you put up the website, you tell your clients, you can do anything. I mean for me. I don't want to sell stuff I can't deliver. But my clients did really like an enjoy the services. But when I got to the point of okay? I need to hire people to help me that was a little nerve wracking, because then I'm asking somebody else to sign onto my dream in my risk level, and the person I wanted to hire had kids and all of that. So it was like, okay is this going to be financially stable enough that I can tell somebody that I care about, who's putting her life on the line that she'll have solid career with me, and I was just honest with her. I was like I think so, you know, you're taking a risk, but. But I think this is going to go, and she said, yes. And she came on board and the company always did continue to keep growing at a pace that I could hire people and keep up with the growth in those early days because I think there's a lot of people right now listening. And there the pointless, kinda how I was an have been with the podcast raises like you're putting in a lot of work and not sure if it's gonna go the way you're going in your coping seems like you're on the right track. But then you won't result as soon as you can get them. But sometimes you just have to have the patience, I guess, to actually grew into. Exactly. Yeah. What I describe it as is like jumping off a cliff and hoping, you'll sprout wings. But at that point, I mean I had already quit my job. But I think for me something that was helpful when I did leave my job, there was something in me that thought nobody will ever want to hire me again, if I quit my job, but there was definitely what I realized within a few months that I started getting recruited a lot like it turned out that I realized later, I could go get a job anytime. So what's the worst thing that could happen? And we actually did have I would say, there was a moment where I was like, wow. I don't. For gonna make it. But what to me was really important was if we weren't gonna make it the company had in the long long, long haul. The company had made enough money that I would be able to pay my employees while we wound down the company to me, it was always really important to operate with my integrity, and, like, no that the business was built on a strong enough foundation. Even while I was in the experimental stage that if the company went bankrupt it was fine. But bankrupting everybody around me was not. So it was like that balance of just being able that is more terrifying to me over enough money for the people that you're gonna hire a lot of us could relate. Okay. If it's just me. I don't worry about as much because I did it. I started the company but by bringing on other people than I don't have enough money to pay them. That's like something I would feel super guilty about. Yes. And there were times when we were operating in the red, and it was like, I'm looking at the numbers, and I'm like, okay, I'm just gonna trust my intuition. And this is going to be okay. But it was that fine balance between a we need to hire more people to invest and build in the company. But on the other hand. Hand. Holy shit. I hope I'm right. Because I'm gambling here a little bit. But I'm so confident and I believe, so much. I think this can be good. But it was scary there were fee much like that, for sure. I think almost everyone can really cause you know that you get to that point. You're like I need to hire more people to help me get to it because I can see this is a good idea. But then, do you have enough money right now to actually make the higher than like you're saying, you want to expand as much as you can why it's a good idea, especially now with the technology other people could jump in on this opportunity? If you don't invest in other people to help you grow it, right? Toe Spurs you're going to have before you kind of made that higher. What was your work life? Like. How often were you working and what mistakes, did you actually make along the way too? In those early years, I had a friend who described it to me best one time and, and I still think back on this, because cracks Napa the little bit. So he said that your first three years of being an entrepreneur, the first year you're like terrified and you're like thinking, I don't know if this is gonna work or not. But I'm just gonna do everything I can to make it work. And you're working really hard year two is like you're working really hard. But everything starting to fall into place. And you're making as much money as you need and everything seems like it's going well, and your work life balance is better than you've ever thought it could be because you're working for yourself, instead, and then years, three, it's like you're drinking through a fire hose. You have more clients than you ever thought you'd need. And you're just scrambling to keep up. And he said it never changes after that. And I thought that's been about accurate. Yeah. That's in the story of my entrepreneurship will help out the workload Fleming. How much were you working now that you came back? I feel like I'd be fully recharge. If you're out on leave for about a year, traveling the world by becoming back cited to start my own company, totally. Yeah. I mean, and to be honest with you. I think I was working while I was abroad to I it's my nature a little bit to work, and I think I get bored when I don't work so because I'm doing what I like road work. Life balance, I'd say, it was pretty good in those years, because I liked what I was doing, and I was building something, and I was highly motivated, since those first, let's say three years or so. I'd say, I think I work a lot, but I also really enjoy what I'm doing and some months or quarters. It's like completely insane and some months or. Quarters. It's reasonable and more relaxed. So I can't say, I have a great work life balance. But I can't say I like the people I work with, you know, and enjoy what I'm doing. So have you ever gotten burned out since you started this company burned out? I've dealt with extremely high stress levels at different points. I think when we're hiring people now we tell people we need people with the experience of running much larger companies, but who likes startup companies, because there's a certain type of person who likes the chaos they like building companies they like growth and we have ten percent month on month growth right now and for last quite a long time, we're growing very quickly and that's hard for people to keep up with. But I think if you're a creative business person than he kinda like that I think, do the intro preneurs clinical entrepreneur, but kind of building within the business. I don't know if those are the types of people that you're working with, as far as they see the potential to grow into these other markets in there. If you're working with them or not, I don't know if that's what you're describing there or not. I mean, I think yeah, there's always face for people like. That in a business. We all have that friend, who's the first one to try things. Whether they're super trendy or more of a Guinea, pig when you're.

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"sahin" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

11:04 min | 2 years ago

"sahin" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

"Where I interview the founder Ryan more, there was two thousand one to two thousand three as you're saying. When you're actually doing that much harder to see what it looked like down there, versus, if you're on Instagram or whatever I feel like it's much easier to idea where you're going and stuff, you'd actually have to get on the computer and the yoga Trinh wasn't hot back then. Yeah. So anyway, that was fun. And I enjoyed doing that. But I learned something about myself, would you learn I learned that I'm an entrepreneur at heart, like left to build things, and I'm pretty creative and was good at getting things done. But what I realized also the req- things that I learned on the flipside, I learned that I didn't want to live in the Caribbean forever. That has a twenty two or twenty three year old living in the Caribbean. It sounds like a dream, and it probably is if you're sixty and calm down, but I'm not a very calm down person. More of a plug into life person, and so living in the Caribbean. Just wasn't the right fit for me. I wanted to be more of a city that sell like things are moving and things are happening and then second, I really had no idea how to run a business. I was good at running programs and getting clients. But in terms of filing tax returns and dealing with the administer. Native things behind running a business. I wasn't very good at that. I didn't really know what to do. So after running this is a small business for a couple of years and just kind of realizing I really needed. To learn more about how to run a business I decided to go to the Monterey institute of international studies, and get an MBA so is in California. And I did that for two years and absolutely loved it. And when I finished my MBA program, I signed on with a consulting firm and at that time it was a man in a dream and this man my mentor wanted to help companies expand internally and he set up a consulting firm, and I was the fifth employee of that farm, and we would help companies if tesla or Harvard or any company called and said, I wanna hired employees in China or an employee in Brazil, or whatever we would say, okay, we can certainly help you in order to hire this person in Brazil or China. You have to set up a company, I and in order to set up a company, it's gonna take a hundred thousand dollars in a year, but will work with our legal team in our accountants in country and set up the entity for you. And then we'll help. You deal with the tax issues will help you set up payroll and hope you set up a locally compliant in Plymouth contract and deal with all of these things in that country. Then you can hire that person a year from now. And after doing that the company grew like crazy, we were very popular. And we grew from five people to two hundred in the course of six years and built a great business. The company name was high street partners. Similarly again. I think he learn as you go. And for me what I learned is that first of all every time a company wants to hire one employee in another country, the idea that they have to set up a whole company and deal with all these labor in HR issues advising them, and guiding them through it was helpful. But I thought if I could just set up one company in every country and give all my clients access to it. I would have a much more scalable, business model and my clients would be a heck of a lot happier to was you, you're doing because that's exactly what I was thinking, I was like, okay, she must end up making a company in Brazil, and throwing tin companies from the US into it, and it'd be way cheaper to, to Mike, right? Yes. That's what my new businesses. That's globalization partners. So, for example, our company in Brazil probably has, I don't know employs of representing a hundred different clients, and Brazil at your company highstreet partners. You weren't doing that quite yet, and you saw. Hey, you know, if I did that it'd be much more economical, and I could probably get a better arrive for these people in charge them as much. Exactly. Yeah. See, I should have been there with you. Where were you at this time in San Francisco in the bay area, and also in San Diego? So you did that for five or six years. And can you tell us what else led to that growth internally, we kind of found out, what you figured out what sending up these companies but why was high street partners at the time? Gross grow much for y'all doing good stuff with this, yo where written about where their competition. Just tell us a little bit more about that. First of all. Yeah, I really learned how to build a high growth company, but the reason that what we were doing gained. Such great market traction is really just the trends of the time. So that was two thousand five that was shortly during the recovery from the dot com crash and everybody had to set up global employees at that time, people were outsourcing in setting up, low cost infrastructure and try. China and India, they were also hiring sales team around the globe. And I think it has to do with the launch of the telecommunications industry hito now, people have to grab market share as fast as they can. If you have a great idea in America, and you're going gangbusters in US, you know, better, you're Uber or Google or anybody. You've gotta go claim your market and China's fast as you can. You're just handing an idea to a country with a billion point five people, and that's because of the age of telecommunication that ideas travel. So quickly around the globe that if you have a good idea, you've gotta go wrap the market. I guess what helped you'll expand me but I mean as far as getting all these clients, did you have a lot of competition? We did. Yeah. We were head to head with multiple companies I'd say in the early days, not a lot of competition. But yes, there were competitors because what led to your growth really was? You think coming out a nine eleven and just like everyone trying to lower expenses and understanding that the opportunity to hire abroad, I think it was the opportunity to hire a broad and lower expenses, which I think has mixed results. I think you're better off to hire talent where you need it something that was learned in those early years, outsourcing, everything to India's, actually not always very effective. But the other thing is the opportunity to sell into other countries, most of our clients are hiring sales people around the globe. And these are American technology companies that want to sell into other countries. So it's actually quite good for the American economy. The does make sense because in sales, if they would a local person against someone in Brazil trying to sell their product versus if I'm going to Brazil, and I don't speak, their native language than that's an issue, a lot of your people today points, they're mainly looking to get sales people in these other countries exactly what year did you actually leave high street partners? What you take us from there, because I think we figured out what you learn the time. But let's talk about the transition into starting your own company. I left in two thousand eleven and again, we were about two hundred people at that time and I really loved the business in the company, but I also felt we had grown very, very quickly, and it's really hard to build that team a consulting firm, which is basically hourly advisory rates in a scalable. Away. Like it's really hard to train people to be good advisors on how to do business in sixty countries or hundred and fifty countries or whatever we were doing at that time that was a huge challenge. And I think it was hard for us to keep our clients happy. And then the other challenge was is that I just thought I had a better business model, which was to set upon company in each country and give all our clients access to it. So I left in two thousand eleven and when I did leave I went and traveled for about a year. The had a non compete agreement with high street partners that I waited out for one year period, while traveling and doing research around the globe, because I didn't know if we could make this business model of just getting all our clients access to one company in each country. If I could make that legally sound means of doing business around the globe to meet the needs of fortune, one thousand clients, and ultimately, we have been able to do that, at seven years later, and we have several hundred clients using our services and some of the biggest names that anybody would recognize but yeah, so I left as traveled. And then when I came back one year and one day after my non compete was up launched the company web. Site, and we started bringing in clients within a few months, tell us what you learned. I mean, even wasn't businesswise what you did for that year. It's a good way to use your non compete. If you have nothing to do and sounds like you saved up money from obviously what you were doing if you're able to take your off and travel to sell us where you ended up going and what you found out. I had a fabulous time I went to India. I that was really interesting. So my husband also left his job. He was working as a postdoctoral fellow at the university of California San Diego. And also had a non compete agreement and wanted to be an entrepreneur, so we did the absolutely crazy thing, which is we both quit our jobs at the same time sold everything we owned and travelled for a year. I will add, we also both set up companies upon our return to Boston one year later moved to Boston. And we are still happily married because that's a lot of intensity have two different companies thirty two or thirty three at a time. Right. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. So what did you learn these other things because I imagine you're kind of probably having business talks with some people around the way to make sure that this could work. Oh, absolutely. It was a novel concept. So I went to India, I and basic. Cly traveled through the Philippines, China all over southeast Asia. Vietnam, Cambodia really everywhere all through Asia, and then subsequently went to Europe and Turkey, which I learn, I think it was just first of all, great to get some perspective from each country and talked to lawyers and tax advisers and things like that. It was a very novel concept at the time, I think now it's been tried and true. And it's much more accepted from a market perspective. We actually just did a survey with CFO magazine and it's like eighty nine percent of CFO's are thinking that they'll use a global employer of record model in the next three years and seem to agree that this model is the best way to go was just really creating and building an industry, but had to do a lot of work to kind of push different licensing structures in different countries and see how we could make things fit and create a new industry where there was no legal precedent to me. Even when I was saying, like, oh, Datta, I would do it like I would set a company, multiple companies come in. I mean, we're you ever worried that it sound like easy enough to maybe must be? Something because it seemed like someone else should it came up with this idea, or I don't know if you had other competitors that we're already doing that at the same time I didn't have competitor is that I knew of, but I know now that there were some it does seem like an easy enough idea. I think that the problem the challenges in the execution basically because right? Because it's really hard. I mean, we have more than fifty companies around the globe right now and figuring out the international corporate tax, the collections the benefits the payroll, the licensing and legal issues underneath it. It's actually pretty intense and a lot of lawyers that we speak to just thinks that we're completely insane, but I guess, because my background in the background of my executive team comes out of this industry. We had a very strong foundation in international tax international employment, and a lot of these international issues. So it wasn't as intimidating us as it would be to most people. But I do think that you could set up the whole company and its, you get something wrong, it would be a problem not only for the clients, but also for the company overall it would seem if you just did one country. It might be okay. This kinda ease. Two countries three countries. But then once you start doing that, like you're saying, if you're in fifty countries right now I could see why lawyers kind of think of crazy just like having to evaluate every country. Right. And making sure everything. You're the one actually taking on the risk, right? If going through your company that's part of the reason, they're using you exactly. So you're making sure to a T making sure that everything is a ok. Well, exactly. We do have competitors. But as far as I know are the only ones and ultimately the thing is, is that if you don't get it right if a client were to choose an employer of record, who was not the right one. There alternately still on the hook. I mean you can't just walk away from your liability in were as far as I know we're the only ones who actually indemnify our clients. Look. We'll get the HR laws, right? Will make sure your employees get paid. We take on the risk of this. And so there's the quality and for me that was something important and building this business going back to things. I learned with my previous company. I really wanted to make sure our clients or happy. I knew the market opportunity would be huge, but I wanted to grow, but not grow so quickly that I wanted to build a. Scalable, long lasting business that our clients would appreciate an enjoy working.

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"sahin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sahin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Twenty four seven KFB digital new center. I'm Joe Michaels. Newsradio KFB an arrest has been made in the killing of Newman. Police officer raniall saying Stanislas county sheriff at an Christensen making the announcements at a noontime news conference Peres area. Aga thirty three years old was arrested earlier today during the execution of a search warrant was taken into custody at a home in Bakersfield, his brother and another man identified as a co worker have also been arrested on charges. They lied to police and help the suspect of eight capture investigators say REI AGA who was in the country illegally had planned to escape to his native Mexico. They also say he had two prior arrests for DUI and was a known member of the Serena's gang. A former KFB K anchor is believed to have died of an overdose. In glendale. Chris Berrios was found not breathing Thursday afternoon in a days in and was pronounced dead at the hospital. The forty three year old was currently a TV anchor KTLA in Los Angeles. But spent six years in Sacramento in addition to filling in for kitty O'Neil and as an evening talk show host on KFI boroughs, also anchored on good day, Sacramento and the CBS thirteen this morning show. He survived by his wife and a nine year old daughter. A Sacramento man is facing felony theft charges after allegedly stealing twenty six hundred books and thirty eight hundred DVD's from the pharaohs library Sahin Saad again was arrested Wednesday for the theft worth more than a hundred thousand dollars. Now, let's get a check of traffic and weather.

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"sahin" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"sahin" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"I it just lets the bad fucking taste in my mouth of Paul both that whole thing. I gotta agree with you. I think Roy Keane made it interesting comment after the Liverpool game. Last week about Jesse Lynn, Gordon it had to do with his fashion choice. And he said if there was a real leader in the locker room, if there was a real captain, this shit would not be allowed to happen. I think it's the same thing with the pug. But I think if Roy Keane was the captain or Rio Ferdinand was the captain this shit wouldn't be happening. It'd be football football football. And that's not to say players can have a personality or character hobbies outside of football. But when you play for Manchester United a Real Madrid Barcelona Manchester City, you Venice football better be priority. So stopping little tour on Twitter and do your job. You know, keen was talking about was Jesse lingered released like a fashion line that week. And he was like like, dude like, I'm all for you doing whatever outside your time here on the pitch. But this is fucking Liverpool. Well, yeah, this is like people like got murdered after these games back in the eighties. Are you kidding me? So moving offer midgets United. We have former arsenal star Andrei Arshavin caught riding a horse drunk after leaving a strip club. So first question has that sentence ever been put together before has anyone ever ridden a horse after a shift club? I'm sure there has has anyone ever said it. I don't know. I've never seen that headline. Second fucking legend. Most when I leave strip club I feel disgust. And I just want to go to sleep him. He said the party goes on rides on the party, just begins. I just I don't think a more Russian sentences ever been said than Andre or Shaw Vigne exit strip club MSA Horsham rides off. I just that blows me away. I am. So proud of this man is low Russian. I loved him when he was on arsenal. And I think I think this is my new goat Kev in all honesty. This is my, wow, you did what I know Sahin climbed over wall and Athletic Bilbao to break into the training grounds. But this this tops that this is my favorite weird soccer players story. Yeah. I just think like who's having the best time while being retired. He might play for some Turkish league or something. I don't know what he's up to. I really I really don't give a fuck..

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"sahin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"sahin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Update. We'll be talking with Jennifer Harper from the Washington Times. Also, we'll be talking with the former chief information officer from the White House. George Bush administration about that Russian woman who has been charged in the first twenty eighteen election meddling case John gives us on the way. We'll get the latest on the political fallout to be expected from the death of Jamal kashogi. What we do with Saudi Arabia moving forward our policy. Also the migrant caravan is it proceeds towards the US border, and we'll get John Gay's whose latest read on the midterms. And how the see-saw is going in these swing states. Lieutenant Colonel Tony Shaffer will join us later on this morning, and we're going to get his input also on the Jamal kashogi killing. And also, we're gonna talk with Tony with some of the latest developments in testimony on Capitol Hill from Nellie or the wife of Bruce. Or is that investigation into the? The dossier on President Trump continues. Sharyl attkisson will join us this morning. Take a look at the Capitol Hill and also look at the disease that has been plaguing children. Now, twenty two states are very mysterious illness. It's a polio like disease, and we'll talk with Cheryl about that later on this morning. Some of the stories that are out there that we're taking a look at in more detail during the show run down a few of the headlines for you. Now, a senior member of Turkey's ruling party is criticized Saudi Arabia over the acknowledgement that the Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi died in a fistfight at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Leila Sahin booster, the member of Turkey's. Ruling party says the kingdom should have given its explanation quote before the situation reached this point who is a human rights official in their Justice and Development Party said today that the Turkish authorities including prosecutors forensic and security officials have already reached some conclusions as part of their investigation into the death of Jamal kashogi. President Trump says that the announcement from Saudi Arabia that suspects are in custody or a good first step and said he would work with congress on a US response. He spoke to the media on Friday at a defense round table in Arizona, and that was just hours after Saudi Arabia claimed that it was an accidental death. As the result of a fistfight. The president in Arizona last night, fiery immigration rhetoric visions of hordes flowing across the border to assault Americans and steal their jobs. That's the way the Associated Press has cast the president's speech in Arizona last night. Final weeks before the midterm elections. The president is back at it. As it looks to of course, stave off the democratic gains in congress standoff between thousands of the Central American migrants. Trying to reach the US and Mexican police has stretched through the night some of the migrants hanging from the closed border gate. Wailing quote, there are children here while others slept on the bridge Lincoln Guatemala to Mexico. Members of that caravan of more than three thousand migrants had earlier burst through a Guatemalan border fence and rushed onto that bridge defying Mexican authorities and President Trump's threats of retaliation. US accused of Russian woman of helping oversee the finances of a sweeping secretive effort to sway American public opinion through social media in the first federal case, alleging foreign interference in the Twenty-eight, teen midterm elections. The criminal complaint alleges that Russians are using some of the same techniques to influence US politics as they relied on ahead of the two thousand sixteen presidential election. The methods have been exposed by an investigation from special counsel, Robert Muller into possible coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign Justice department. Prosecutors are claiming that the. Russian woman who was named Elena. Alexa, Vena cushy on over had helped manage the finances of a hidden, but powerful Russian social media effort aimed at spreading distrust for American political candidates and causing divisions on hot button, social issues, like immigration and gun control. Six thirty four time for a check of the traffic.

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"sahin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"sahin" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Nature is getting more and more angry inefficient of obvious for the first time in eighty years. Bassett -chusetts had a fatal shark attack. Authorities and Cape Cod. Say the twenty six year old Arthur Madisha died from a shark attack over the weekend on Saturday. Witnesses Sahin a friend were boogie boarding about thirty yards offshore. Around noon when he was spending. It was pulled from the water and give them first aid CPR died later at the local hospital. Another guy was injured in a Cape Cod shark attack last month. You may recall they say it's being it's like being struck by lightning. You hear about it? Doesn't seem really kind of imagine never be you. It's kind of slowly sinking in at the danger is very real. For what's going on? You'll recall that a sixty one year old man was bitten area last month officials point to a large grace he'll population. And that's where the sharks are going after. But not for nothing. You know, I always thought that animals were smart, but a twenty six year old boogie boarding versus a grey seal. How could you not tell the difference between the two unless the sharks are dumber than we think? Just don't realize it. Now, we've been grateful here in Florida. Throughout the coast of Florida Daytona Beach, Saint Augustine Jacksonville right here in south Florida that people have been bitten by sharks, and they seem to becoming closer and closer to shore, which is what's causing these problems. And one of the biggest problems that we're hearing especially here in south Florida is at these fishermen are allowed to do fishing off the shore rather than on boats, and they're they're throwing fishy out. It's called Trump in the water to try to bring the big fish. Which shouldn't really be allowed on beaches where people are also bathing in the ocean. I mean, you're asking the sharks to come. Because there's there's raw meat this bloody meat fish meat in the water. That's what attract sharks. And this is just a problem that I mean, the last shark attack that I remember talking about a few months ago. Somebody a kid was waiting in knee deep water, which is thirty feet out. That's just a few feet out and the shark came up and just you know, tried to drag him under. Then there's that awful shark attack. I remember in Longwood where I used to live right outside of Orlando where the poor girl lost her arm in one of those rivers. I would never ever go into any of these rivers, anywhere, Florida. Even the ones that they deemed that are safer for swimming. I mean, they don't know what's coming up what's swimming around. And you just look at them. When I drive home. We have all these canals all around the house. And I look at these canals. And I keep waiting to see a gator just sitting there. I remember few years ago. On our property in the association that we live in. Seeing agadir. There was probably about a twelve footer just sunning himself on the side of one of these canals. People were coming buying taking pictures people. Don't sometimes people do stupid things people don't realize it that gator could outrun most of the people that were standing there taking pictures. I was happy driving by safe in my car. Although we've seen Gators try to rip car bumpers off. But I I wasn't worried about that. But it was the next day that they put up signs do not fish do not babe. Warning alligators haven't seen one since. But I mean decade or somehow got there. It's kind of like those those Guan is which yesterday was another really hot day and everywhere I drove on sidewalks. I must have counted at least fifteen of these guavas, which every time I see one it seems like they're bigger and bigger, and it made me wonder, how do these things grow to begin with because I don't remember years ago seeing that many, and obviously we know that we have an older population. These things people. Different areas here in Florida are killing these at Eden them, and it sounds pretty close to me. Although I would imagine the tail must be the best part because it's so so medium so long. I just don't see myself eating one of these quotas. But they do I still say this. And I've said this off said this for for a long time to me, they look like the only prehistoric piece of prehistoric history that we still have I mean. Yeah, there are a lot smaller big dinosaurs. But if you picture one of these very, very large. It's a freaking dinosaur. It's a miniature dinosaur. I still don't know if they bite. I know if you try to get close to them they run away the way people are catching them to eat them is they're hitting them with a pellet gun that apparently is the most humane way to hit them. And then, you know, put them in a net, and you put them in a bag, and you take them home. And I guess you. I mean, I don't know how you couldn't you Barbies put them on the grill. I don't know. Speaking of grilling. This was a an still is a very big outrage that's going on. It's all over social media for some reason. You didn't hear about is? This is very disturbing. There's a video that's been going around showing a Spanish speaking, Taco, Bell employees and highly refusing to take an English speaking customers order. Now, she's been fired by the fast food chain in the video the customer. Her name is Alexandria Montgomery is trying to place her order. But it's continually rejected by the worker, though in Spanish, the employee Louisa tries to get her to leave since there's a line win behind her saying there is no one who speaks English. This is highly. I'm sorry. So of course, you can see the outrage here show Alexandria stays at the window, which prompts the annoyed employing to lock the window shut pick up her phone and threaten to call. The police. Ow. Alexandria posted about the incident on Facebook, which is gone at a lot of attention since then mostly in her favor. She said I've attended deaf. People Chinese Mexican Americans. And the important thing is to be treated with respect. Now since then the managers apologized to Alexandria and Taco Bell shares in a statement at the has been fired. But the audio of the. I mean, I'm going to call it a confrontation the audio of the confrontation at the drive through window is just I mean, it's amazing that this is happening here in America. It's bad enough. You call a company an American company press one for English two for Spanish. And it's almost getting to the point where it's going to be the opposite way around soon. Press one for Spanish press, two friends. I don't have a problem with that other than the fact that we are in America, and our language is English and to refuse a customer at a drive through regardless of the fact, if it's a Taco Bell or not in America should be somebody that speaks English. Now, some people speculating say, well, this girl was just trying to give this person a hard time that she in fact, spoke English, we don't have verification of that. But coming up next, I'm gonna play you just a clip just a little bit of this audio from this. I'm gonna.

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"sahin" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sahin" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Beck who of saying i look he came in and took over four dramane gresham once in cincinnati i think he's going to do it again in arizona's baffling jemaine gresham injured on you know in the last game of the season so i think the arizona cardinals despite what we wrigley sills joann tie of wealth well you're gonna get it wherever he goes he is going to get a one year prove a deal or maybe a two year ah you know where the second year as a team option but it's going to be approve a deal arizona doesn't have a lot of money but they need to upgrade their tight end the irony do there there's a there's a situation uh talk about trey trey burden surrey burden welcome to chicago trai you go hey real any get paid by chicago what about sahin shahin is is a piece so he in the dream yeah atoms means a peace is not a superstar k burton has that he has top eight fantasy and reallife potential as a pass catcher as a weapon for tra bisky and nagy i think he fits that scheme i'll of menchaca yes speaking of teams wanting to upgrade at the tight imposition cincinnati leading tyler for leave as said they want to upgrade and if you wanna upgrade i think trey burke is the best free agent out there so i have him going to cincinnati to complete that little a changeover from an ira i'm going to do a team with historic historic occasionally historic tight ends froma dennis pitta the one hip quitter benjamin watson this past year todd he we we know where you're going back we know what jo flaco.

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"sahin" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"sahin" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Yes and go down i shall now sign of jeffrey did practice due to an illness we anticipate he'll be okay you in a row in in sheppard as in sterling shepherd i will say in boot out of your vse line at lake mary cooper same thing out chris hogan in yep in your lineup yeah you can blame scher ju ju i think he'll be in but again i worry about the tiny hamstrings mike wallace didn't practice i'll be fine he idled zan he's he's fine is veteran rest markeith easily same story he'll be underplay all right muhammad to noon knee injury limited on thursday he'll be in yep tied ends car rude off what your gut telling you right now based on the reports car rid of interim it is definitely trending the wrong way for kyle rudolf uh this is i believe he'll be in but you need to be ready iran replacement yeah i mean i'm calling him out as of right now aren't jimmy grand in practice on thursday whenever as new these in charles clay in yep can break in out of your lineup light aircraft uh i think he's gonna be out out out of your lamp yes it is david in jail qaeda uh limited thursday i'll bet he's in in sahin were digging dear now really gene 14 points last week touchdowns traore reception sees actually interesting you in okay and he does have a great match up this week does for a for titans all right we're about ready for these matchups the rest of the match ups the highlights of the chefs certainly in before we do that we wanna think today's sponsorship aries berries oh so mary o mary mary quite contrary by me some chocolatedipped strawberries firms sheri's berries very nice look sheri's berries the make giftgiving lot easier they keep you on track the keep those gifts on point this holiday season our listeners can get fresh and delicious sheri's berries dipped in white.

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