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"saira" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Matter and Bloomberg Quick Taste Tim stemming from Bloomberg Radio. Alright, Tim. I lost count of how many Fed speakers this week. There are a lot of them. There were a lot of them that included Fed chief Jay Powell. He was up on Capitol Hill before a House subcommittee he was talking about the impact of the coronavirus. Job gains should pick up in coming months as vaccinations rise, easing some of the pandemic related factors. Currently weighing them down someone who looks at today's world through both an economic and Wall Street lenses. Peter Atwater, adjunct professor of economics at William and Mary, you might recall that he coined the term case shaped recovery. He also writes about the age of scrutiny. The stuff he writes about Israeli provocative and the age of scrutiny. That is spelled S C R E W T. I n y. What he says. Him is that he's writing about the third major financial betrayal in 20 years. That's what he's writing about, he says. After the dot com debacle in the housing crisis, the investment crowd will not take kindly to get another bubble burst. Here's our conversation I've been watching as I always do human behavior, and it's been fascinating to see in this cycle, particularly In the last 8 18 24 months where Attention Getting has been sort of the principal objective, whether you are a back partner or a meme stock. Um the the whole focus has moved to what I call illusion. That our business skaters are now trying to captivate an audience. And and this is a very different cycle phenomenon. And and it concerns me because at the same time you have all of these very charismatic. You know? Very powerful leaders talking about the promise and TVs and the promise in space and the promise in all of his futuristic technology. You're starting to see companies. Where that illusion was faults. You saw that with luck and coffee and wire card in green. Still, I mean and Nicola and and most recently, we're seeing this. Being brought forth at Lordstown Motor, where the crowd is beginning to wonder what was real and what was fake. But the age of the coming age of scrutiny. It feels like in some ways, Peter it's a good thing, and it's interesting how I feel like in terms of cycles, market cycles when there's things going wrong. Investors are kind of Quick to get the bad news and kind of pushed for the bad news to be out there, whether via an activist investors or the retail investor like it feels like we get to it much more quickly. Is that fair? Yeah, but but I think so far the the crowd has shaken off. Any sense that there is a systemic issue. We've treated each of these as if they're independent, but I think we're Rapidly approaching a tipping point where it feels like there's too many of these happening at once. And that then raises a question as to what is real and what is illusion much more broadly, what happens or what's the outcome and we've gone through right. The financial crisis. We've gone through the tech bubble. We've gone through certainly the pandemic, each of those crises and the impact on either markets and or the economy. Very different. Where does this all go? So we love illusion when we're watching a magic act, But But illusion is inherently predatory. And so I'm fearful that if people now see that they've been duped, Hmm. Then then, that raises a broader question of by whom? And it's one thing to think that they've been duped by, um you know, startup companies where, you know, Okay, you've got very aggressive entrepreneurs. You know, touting the future, but But I think that there is a sense that Hey, I've been duped too many times. I was stooped with the dot com bubble. I've been duped with a housing bubble. And I think there's a real likelihood that the crowd says That they're angry about this, that that that there that they want something done, You know, how could this happen again? And that's why I use the term scrutiny because I think people are going to feel like they've been Really, really abused in this. So who do you blame in this process? Is that regulatory lack of oversight or is it you know, money moves quickly. You know this through the financial system and and the financial system markets in particular, always looking for not going to say how to game the system. But for that new opportunity, you know, and sometimes all of the transparency About some new opportunity. It hasn't yet been revealed. And I think that yeah, there will be questions as to who to blame and sadly curl. The list will be long because when confidence is high Scrutiny is low. We don't pay attention. We don't regulate as much as we might. Otherwise, there's a there's a whole social phenomenon. Um, and with this one, especially great because it's become almost cultural. Because we have this entire universe of influencers on social media, who are in some ways, portraying themselves in the in a in a masquerade as well. Do you think that's all dangerous? The retail investor crowd. I think that retail inevitably shows up late. That's what all of the research shows they are. They are drawn into it after an enormous amount of money has been made, and then they get very aggressive, very quickly. And so I watch meme stocks as it has a sort of a Parallel to other market peaks. And I think that it should be more cautionary than exciting to, um to the retail investor. Peter before we move on a little bit. I do want to just continue with your writing about the coming age of scrutiny and How you talk specifically about what Ahead will be a third major betrayal in 20 years, and that specifically, it would be more than just a pause or pull back. So what do you think investors or how do you see it that investors what they should be preparing themselves for? I think investors need to be prepared for far greater, um, re evaluation of risk both in the credit markets and in and especially in the equity market. You know when Archie goes failed, Uh, the question was what would happen next and you're starting to see it. Credit Suisse. It's pulling back its lending to other similar entrepreneurs. And and you know big investors, And I think that that sea change is likely to continue. And so investors who have taken great advantage of Of ample liquidity and rising markets should should be prepared for a reversal of trends, both on the equity and credit site that was Peter Atwater, adjunct professor of economics at William and Mary. I always like talking with him, Tim because he does look at What's going on in financial markets with an economic uh, perspective as well as with someone who understands Wall Street, and so it all comes together in a really smart way. Yeah, it really does. Always a great guest when he joins us on Bloomberg Business Week. Radio. Well still ahead on Bloomberg Business Week, a trend that picked up momentum during the pandemic Digital medicine We're gonna hear from Doc Symmetries CFO on this week's I P o. This is Bloomberg. Burden. L things I thought could never happen to me in a punk band. What we are lady parts, a new original comedy streaming only on Pekka Confused mix of hash anthems sour girl power. Saira vocals. Isha Drama this mark basis..

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"saira" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"One of 71. Yeah, that's really great. Could you please tell us what's going on? Meghan Markle is one her claim against a male in Sunday's publisher after a British judge granted summary judgment in her favorite favorite flavor over five articles published in February of 2019 that reproduced parts of a letter. That she sent to her dead. Thomas Marchal. Now the judge in this case is Megan had a reasonable expectation that the contents of the letter would remain private. The judge also ruled that the mail on Sunday and infringed on the copyright in the letter, and in response to the ruling, Megan says she's grateful for the courts for holding Associated Newspapers and the Mail on Sunday to account now there's still parts of the case where Data privacy that needs to be ruled on. But this is moving forward in the case, at least like there is judgment today, but that is a good thing. Yeah, making judgment. And Kevin Hart's personal shopper allegedly stole more than a million dollars from heart by making unauthorized purchases with Hearts. Credit card. Dylan Jason Saira was arraigned in court in New York City yesterday facing Grand larceny and other charges. I e starts on a 10 count indictment with grand larceny. And identity theft in a scheme to defraud Kevin Hart. Yeah, a million dollars. So my world did He think he was just gonna get away with? Yeah, probably. Yeah, just like a little one here by sire charged about $923,000 on hearts. Credit cards, combined with $240,000 worth of jewelry and watches bought from a jeweler in California bucket. Yeah. Collectibles Art. Doubted. I just want to be there The moment Kevin Hart is like, Um, I didn't buy any of this baton bag. My word. Yeah. So we're spending some money that didn't belong to. You know, that's gonna get you in trouble. And finally, Jason Biggs is opening up about his biggest regret in life. And that would be turning down one of the rules in the sitcom How I Met Your Mother. He had the offer to play Ted Most B and the popular sitcom, but he turned it down, and it's the biggest regret, he said of his life. So I'm sorry to hear because he was fresh off American pie.

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"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Buzz buzz. You can't airdrop some black and brown folks into a white supremacy culture and think that you're all good so what these institutions need like just back the truth and reconciliation institutions. Need to decolonize just like our country does and so having tokens and by the way i was the number one token. I was colonized as got like kids. That i grew up with in richmond used to call me a coconut brown on the outside of the worst. I thought it was a white woman until four years ago. Nobody was more than to discover that. I was not white so i get it but again putting black and brown folks into these positions without decolonizing. Dangerous this is why retention so hard because you have the same white supremacy culture with black and brown people and it's not safe for us to be honest in these scenarios because they hire us to shut the fuck up and look nice on their brochures. And you know i like it. Pains me to see how d- i has exploded without the accompanying anti racism and frankly anti whiteness work so d e is code for like two in my mind. Most of the time token what these companies need is hard court anti whiteness work not even anti racism work anti whiteness work anti white supremacy work. Who's doing nobody. Nobody's doing that because that's back to. You can't say the word white some. I really like an example you gave about an attendee and one of the race to dinner. Function to what's wrong white woman happened to be a yoga instructor. You jumped right into the tough conversation at dinner by stating just so you know. The yoga practice by white people in america is cultural appropriation. Cultural appropriation is a form of racism. So can you tell me about the chorus of women who jumped all over you. Why new stated this and agent asked you to apologize after he made that statement and by the way just reading that and taking that in really impacted me as an indian woman. I never understood things from that perspective. I just knew that indeed. Yoga is an ancient tradition from indian culture. That was suddenly a very fully embrace cheer on the west but to your point seemingly owned by white majority and this country sure there people who entire pedagogy around this right. So i'm not that. But i'll tell you what happened that dinner specifically it was a white woman from of course boulder colorado who is telling me that she's a yoga instructor night and i say that she doesn't say anything. It's a white woman to her right. Who is a real estate broker. Who doesn't even know her okay. They don't they're not even friends she flips out she reaches over entrusted grabbed me by mike holler and says you need to apologize to her right now right now and i just start laughing like i don't think you know who you're dealing with.

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"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"No one's perfect. And so what would happen is like one person or two people would get beaten up by their fellow white women and and those other women would either silently or just be nasty to their peers so it really is a situation of we get these women to actually be radically honest in the moment and so it's like let's talk about how racism shows up in your life at your behest like. Let's talk about how you are racist. And what racist thoughts and actions you've thought about and done in the past year and i'll tell you what sonia it works like and they can't believe it. It's like you know denial. You have to get past denial in order to to get anywhere right and win. They actually have to do it. The words just start coming out. I mean they really do it. And it's it's a revelation to them because they've never got up before an thing that here over and over and over again. We had one over the summer actually with the canadian company and it's a quote feminist company and they have ten leaders right out of the ten leaders only one is a non white woman. Okay and they didn't even notice it until they put together the race to dinner. They didn't even notice it. That's whiteness right you're so cocooned by white people that you don't notice anything because it's all it's all default don't default and so these women worked together and the who put it together as a ceo of the company who'd actually been really publicly nasty me three years ago and so this is what i say. It's like sometimes it works right. She reached out to us to do one of these dinners for her team. And i won't away. I was like oh. My god like i. You know i wasn't gonna say what you've done to me. Because these women will work for her. She started the conversation by coming clean about how she had been extremely racist towards me in public and so she set the tone that it was safe for her employees..

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"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"So let's just definitely have a conversation about that. So when i ran for congress you know anytime i spoke. There's line out the door. Can we meet for coffee. Can we meet for drinks. And i had to go because i was running for office. And i'm not kidding. You say almost without fail. Let's give it like ninety nine percent. Maybe there's a one percent situation where this didn't happen but it was. You've got me wrong. I'm not racist. You know really articulate. I'll grant you that bought x. y. and z. But you're really angry. In fact after my debate with diana to get there was like pearl clutching ladies waiting to chew me out and one of literally said that three times called me. Angry through times but was sort of amazed. That i was as smart and quote are to articulate as i was and i said look. It was the third time i said. I'm just going to give you like a free bit of advice. Pick another word besides angry when you refer to brown and black women as angry. It has really bad racial connotations. And she goes. I can say whatever. I want my daughters india and i didn't indian from they're standing there. She was like no. You can't that not at all about to the personal relationships. Not solving things. And i wanted to be like. I'm really sorry that your daughter has such a racist mom. But i didn't say that i would now but i couldn't do it at that time. So you know. I had this sort of grin and bear it during the five months ran for congress and it was after the facts was months later. Regina and i met because she volunteered on my campaign and she would marvel she like. This is amazing. You have like lines out the door women literally just waiting to tell you that they're not racist and we would joke about this and laugh about this. After the election was over and then she had a friend will call her becky who had been a supporter of mine and on facebook. Which i'm no longer on facebook but on facebook i had said i had said the the worst possible thing a human being could say which is beta o'rourke is savior and i said and i would still though for beta or work right back to our choices are so slim. She went totally crazy and that evening. Regina calls me and she was like becky called me today. Said that she was with you. Because you hate all white people but she wants to know if you can have lunch. And i just start laughing those like no. I'm not doing more. You know that's how this happened so we did. We invited becky and cobbled together. Some other white lady would ask me for dinner recently and had a dinner at my friend. Katie's house and this becky went totally buck. Wild like crying screaming. I mean the whole like white woman the musical the three act play of white fragility.

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"saira" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Be noticed. But he wasn't able to avoid being found out. And when she heard about him straight way, Ah woman whose little daughter was in the power of an unclean spirit came in and fell down before him Now the woman was Gentile. Saira finish in by birth, and she began to argue with him that he drive the demon out of her daughter. And he said to her Allow the Children to have their fill first. Because it's not right to take the bread of the Children and toss it to the little dogs. She answered and says to him. Yes, Lord. And even the little dog's under the table, eat from the little crumbs left over by the kids. And he says to her On account of this argument. Go The demon has already gone out of your daughter. She went home and Found her kid having been laid on her bed. The demon gone. From there. He went out of the balance of tire and he passed through side on down to the Sea of Galilee and into the region of the capitalists, The 10 Greek cities. And in those days when again Great crowd had gathered. And they had nothing to eat. He called his disciples and he says to them. Have compassion for the crowd. Because they've been with me now, three days and they have nothing to eat. And if I send them home hungry? They will collapse along the way, and some of them have come from quite a distance. And they began to answer him. I'm where will someone be able to fill this people for with bread? Here in this deserted place. And he began to question them. How many laws do you have? Seven. They say. And he took the loaves. And bless them. And broke them and began giving them to his disciples for them to start setting it out, and they serve them to the people and they had a few fish and after he had blessed them, he said, Serve these as well. And everyone ate And had their fill and they took up leftovers. Broken pieces. Little crumbs. Seven baskets for Seven Roman Gentile baskets. And there were about 4000 people. And after Mark finished that story, I imagine that Rufus the Roman Said to mark Mark. You really gotta write this stuff down. And Mark said, I'm working on it. And Rufus looks over and he sees Priscilla. Smiling thoughtfully Priscilla, in whose house they had gathered, whose food they had all shared. Priscilla. Found herself once again admiring this Saira finish in woman who had argued with Jesus. Priscilla, who was born Jewish but had a Greek name. And was immersed in Greco Roman culture. She knew what it was like to be slighted to be insulted not only by Gentiles for her are Jewish customs, but also by her fellow Jews for associating with Unclean gentiles. So this siren finish in woman had long been one of her heroes in the faith. The way she looked past what could have been taken as a slight As an insult. Being compared to a dog. And took it as an invitation to seek the gracious and generous heart of her Lord. Priscilla. Looked at the Motley Crue. Gathered in her house, this little church that she and her husband, Aquila cared for. She thought about all the other. Churches that had been planted around the Roman Empire and And all the churches that would be planted. Throughout the world and all the people who would who would learn what it's like. To follow Jesus with them. People just like her. People like you and me. Who have far more in common than we realize. Are stubborn hearts. Filled with all kinds of unclean things. Unclean like the dogs. Yet welcomed. Nonetheless to the table. As God's beloved Children. Honored to hear Stories of Jesus. If you're willing wherever you are. I invite you to join their table with me. And pray. Messiah Jesus. Thank you for these accounts of your gracious words and works that have been handed down to us by your servant Mark. You have offered yourself up as a ransom sacrifice for all people. And you have welcomed us to your table. By your crucifixion Put to death. All that is evil in us by your resurrection break open the tombs of our unbelief. And by the giving of your spirit through the hearing of your word. Give us clean hearts. That we would follow you on the way. Because you live and you reign with the father and the Holy Spirit. One God, now and forever. Amen. You're listening to the loo through an hour. For free online resource is archived Audio are mobile app and mortgage. Oh, to Lutheran, our dot orc. Our friends from the speaking of Jesus podcast discussed today's text from the Gospel of Mark and Here's part of what they said. What was the word or phrase that stood out to you? Or Ah, a sentiment that is this A big picture, Ark. Takes about two chapters to paint that picture. What's something that stands out to you? S o for me. It's one. Uh He says not what you put in your body if I was you. That really stands out to me. What goes in your body, the files. You all right? We'll come back to talk more about that. What else? Sarah? What about you? What was the word or phrase? It stood out to you. Are seen on the word or phrase that stuck up to me was take courage. It is I good. Jessica When Jesus told the gentlewoman because of what you have said. I always intrigued by the end. He was intending to pass them by like, what is that all about when he's walking on the water? All right, Cyril, tell us tell us more. About the what goes into you Can't can't defile you can't make you unclean. Yeah. So what? I I hear that it just There's so many things that we think off outside, right. We think of the outside world and how it's affected us. But for me what the Lord shows in that whole thing is about the heart. What's coming from within?.

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"saira" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"God's word by your tradition that you have handed down and you do many things like this and again, he called the crowd to him and began saying to them. Listen, all of you. And understand. There is nothing That is outside of a person that can defile him by going into him. What comes out of a person. That is what the files him. And after he had gone into a house, having left the crowd His disciples began to inquire of him concerning this terrible the same. He says to them. Are you without any understanding? Don't you see that? Whatever. Anything that goes into a person from the outside cannot defile him because it does not go in here into his heart. But into his belly. And from there it goes out. Into the sewer. By saying this He declared all foods. Queen. And he went on saying What comes out of a person is what defiles him for from within out of the human heart come evil schemes. Sexual immorality, Ease Deaths, murders, adulteries, greed, malice, deceit, indecency, envy, slander, arrogance, foolishness. All these evil things come from within. And they are what to file a person. From there, he went out. Into the bounds of Higher. Inside on Gentile territory. He went into the house when he didn't want to be noticed, But he wasn't able to avoid being found out. And when she heard about him straight way, Ah woman whose little daughter was in the power of an unclean spirit came in and fell down before him Now the woman was Gentile. Saira finish in by birth, and she began to argue with him that he drive the demon out of her daughter. He said to her Allow the Children to have their fill first. Because it's not right to take the bread of the Children and toss it to the little dogs. She answered and says to him. Yes, Lord. And even the little dog's under the table, eat from the little crumbs left over by the kids. And he says to her On account of this argument. Go The demon has already gone out of your daughter. She went home and Found her kid having been laid on her bed. The demon gone. From there. He went out of the balance of tire and he passed through side on down to the Sea of Galilee and into the region of the capitalists, The 10 Greek cities. And in those days when again Great crowd had gathered. And they had nothing to eat. He called his disciples and he says to them. Have compassion for the crowd. Because they've been with me now, three days and they have nothing to eat. And if I send them home hungry? They will collapse along the way, and some of them have come from quite a distance. And they began to answer him. I'm where will someone be able to fill this people for with bread? Here in this deserted place. And he began to question them. How many Lois, do you have? Seven. They say. And he took the loaves. And bless them. Broke them and began giving them to his disciples for them to start setting it out, and they serve them to the people and they had a few fish and after he had blessed them, he said, Serve these as well. And everyone Eight. And had their fill and they took up leftovers. Broken pieces. Little crumbs. Seven baskets form. Seven Roman Gentile baskets. And there were about 4000 people. And after Mark finished that story, I imagine that Rufus the Roman Said to mark Mark. You really gotta write this stuff down. And Mark said, I'm working on it. And Rufus looks over and he sees Priscilla. Smiling thoughtfully. Priscilla, in whose house they had gathered whose food they had all shared. Priscilla. Found herself once again admiring this Saira finish in woman..

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"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"I asked my mom. I said you know. I noticed that in its i feel confused. Like this doesn't feel right and she said well. This is just the way it is okay. That was the end of the conversation. And and that was it and so this is you know how i grew up. This is how Frankly i say most of us screw up in the seventies and eighties and now my dad is eighty two and he can have these conversations and he can acknowledge it and he'll say in by the way it's not with anti blackness also self loathing right like we grew up thinking certain indians were better than other indians right. Well that's cast ism as well and now he's able to talk about it openly about how kostas and how anti-black of an how frankly islamophobic south asia like a big swath of south asian americans are so not all is lost but it's taken years and like constant i mean when i ran for congress in india broad did a piece on me they refer to me as some radical who was pro black lives matter like being pro black lives number makes you radical. I'm sorry you're a radical racist if you're not pro black lives matter but that's how everything was framed in so i've had uncles and aunties the text messages of gotten baby. Just stop talking. You know we agree with you. Just stop talking. It's making your family so nervous. You know that kind of thing. And i'm like you don't have to listen like keep moving men. You know why you why you know we want you to keep talking absolutely oh my goodness..

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"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Welcome back to another episode of a deysi woman. Podcast i am your host sonia. Go klay and the voices. I am seeking may have never been heard before but their stories deserve to be told. What is they see woman. She's a dynamic fearless and strong woman. She is your mother your grandmother your daughter your sister. She is every one of us who is on an endless pursuit of self empowerment and fulfillment. I am sogno. Go klay and i n a deysi woman. Hello and welcome to another edition of a dc woman. Podcast i am your host sonia klay and today. We are so excited to be joined by sarah row. Styro- grew up in richmond. Virginia the daughter of indian emigrant for forty years. She wasted her precious time aspiring to be white and accepted by dominant white society. A futile task for anyone. Not born with white skin. Several years ago cyber began the painful process of dismantling. Her own internalized oppression. Sarah is a lawyer by training. A former congressional candidate a published novelist and an entrepreneur. She is a graduate of the university of virginia and nyu law school in new york city. Sira welcome to the show. Yeah sure thanks for having me sarah. You and regina jackson co-founded dinar and twenty nineteen to facilitate conversation with white women about stomach racism against black indigenous and women of color for our listeners. To understand the goal of to dinner is to reveal what black indigenous and women of color have always soon white privilege and white women's complicity with being part of an benefiting from a racist system. The question is are white women willing to use their power and privilege to dismantle the hate rather than to uphold it in your words sarah quote. The revolution is not going to happen on facebook or instagram and twitter for that matter rather the revolution has to be served in reality as a raw and hopefully refreshing conversation over dinner and quote. We are sir thrilled to have you here on before we jump into questions about the racer donor program. I wanna ask you to comment on something. That is absolutely a landmark moment in this country but especially for women of color and most especially someone like herself and indian american woman who took the incredible and brave stop of running for political office in twenty eighteen. We recently witnessed the historic inauguration of forty six president joseph r biden and our first african american indian american and female vice-president kamala eighty harris. I always take a moment to point out..

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"saira" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Say Happy New Year, isn't it? I think so. I think normally around the 10th is when that changes Where be happy New Year anyway. It's our first show, so it's great to be with you here. Three PM throughout the year, 2021. We will be on quite a bit. Not every Saturday, Robert Quite off and in the Saturday afternoon lineup, your hometown lawyer by way of background, Rob What would you describe me like law as doing so I'm gonna stay plenty attorney. What I do with that is I help people with trusts wills, powers of attorney probate in a state administration. Basically, it's a one stop shop to deal with death and dying in capacity a little bit of a morbid way to put it, but at the same time, let's face it. We're all gonna pass away at some point. We're all going to have expenses and in financial issues associate with our passing. I could help make those go is quickly a smoothly as inexpensively as possible to avoid as much governmental interference in taxation is we can at me like law is you said you, It's all about a state planning, so we'll get into like examples. I love the stories. You tell that really go to. Well, I'll say it right now. If you're 18 or over, you should have In the state plan exactly that right now, because you know, people stopped their cars. What I've got to send his 19. He doesn't have an estate plan while his powers of attorney there's all kinds of things to get into, besides just a will in a trust. So there's that biggest day planning umbrella. A lot of stuff is inside that rob right? Absolutely. Not. All state plans are created equal fact no to a state sponsor created equally. Three idea that again just to kind of reiterate enough for people Listen to show with regularity. I do exactly say that every single person over the age of 18 should have in a state plan. Why do I believe that? Because any person over the age of 18 is one moment away from incapacity were all one moment away from incapacity. Sudden moment behind bad moment behind the wheel on sort of a disease. We can all go from being perfectly capacity aided in time, 12 completely incapacitated in time, too. And once somebody reaches the age of 18 Unless you have a power of attorney in place. People who are parents of a 19 year old 18 year old 20, or whatever the cases are unable to make financial health care decisions. They can't even find out that person's been admitted to the hospital. Unless there is a power of attorney in place outside to talk about Cove in a little bit, just robbed a to remind people who haven't been around the hospital lately. It's a different world with Cove. It There's not many people standing around. Families used to be visiting patients, their loved ones, even and I think the ICU I think those days are are over. Robbie if something horrible happens if somebody is in a hospital, and the loved one wants to go see them power of attorney I think we'll talk about this later. It's critical. In fact, you need to show proof of that correct. Absolutely, to be able to be in that room again. Make a decision. Correct. Covert, assigned me Sure, Covert has absolutely changed the landscape, but But even irrespective of Cove it they're still HIPPA in place. And for those of you who are familiar with hip hop, Most people heard the term HIPPA. What it stands for is the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. In English. What it means is hip it governs when and what and how information can be shared between medical physicians, medical nurses, things like that and their patients. A protects the patient's rights to have their health information not be shared against their consent. And that's what it really comes down to kind of tied up back together the 18 year old who is not able to make medical decisions, because here she is in a coma to the correction, let's say Because of that coma that 18 year old does not have the ability to say to the doctors. Yes, I want my parents to know. Yes, I want my parents feel like medical decisions. They're fully sedated out of it after surgery or whatever. That's exactly right now. They can't. They can't speak for themselves or make a decision. This is where the power of attorney now correct me If I'm wrong Rod power of attorney P. O A. You hear this a lot legal people throw it around like it's part of every day. Talk right. We need to understand there's a financial and then there's a health part. So there's really two forms correct and the way I divided up that is house traditionally about it up to in financial health care, But as a practical matter, I like to make the distinction of health care and everything else because even if things aren't what you or I or anyone in the audience would consider traditionally financial those air often covered under a financial power of attorney. The common example I use is the ability to receive mail. I don't think anybody would necessarily hold that to be financial, but since it's not Healthcare. It falls under the umbrella of the financial power of attorney. So all this state planning questions, Rob, I just want to give up some information how to reach you. You've got for me like law. Five locations right now in Richfield. Heart, Washington West Ben Mak Kwan and Beaver Dam. We can call you. I think that's the best way to communicate right round. Absolutely. I'm Trish I'm 39 years old and maybe a millennial, but I always prefer to pick up the phone. You're old school Milan. I am I'm a throwback. It's just kind of the way it goes. Maybe it's the way my parents raised me. But I'm always one to pick up the phone and how. Of course I can email. I do text like any good millennial does. But at the same time, the best way to do it is to have a phone call. Because again, what I like about the phone call is its ability to deal with the nuances, right. I mean, you can text and have basic conversations. Hey, I'll meet you here two o'clock, great. But when it comes to a state planning a lot of times when a question is answered, it may lead to additional questions and text mayor may not necessarily be the most conducive way to be able to have those kinds of discussions but again. My whole practice model. Paul is whatever makes it easier for my client or my perspective clients. I'm glad you said that you make house calls. I do mean you'll visit the home. You can come to the five locations you could do a virtual a visit on a phone or computer? Absolutely. Whatever works best. Oh, the show is called your Hometown lawyer Estate planning attorney is rob me like and that's pretty much That's how we describe your work estate planning exactly. Questions you don't trust will's will get into probate. We'll talk about it. Ah lot of material today. But any any questions could be directed right to the office. And again. That number is 262347 34 44 to 623473444 for me like love those five locations. Beaver Dam Port Washington, Mac one West Ben Richfield. This show on W them for some time now going back to last year. I think Was it before Koven even had? No, we started in July. Oh, Ellie. No, Like some born in July, Saira calling you recall the days after my birthday start dated, but we've covered a.

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"saira" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"saira" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"AstraZeneca vaccine that was approved by the United Kingdom this morning. Uh, isn't Very close to getting approved here. Um The FDA is waiting to see data. On the trials that they are now conducting here in the U. S before reviewing the vaccine for use here. AstraZeneca is still recruiting trial participants. So they think they will have the necessary data. For our FDA by sometime in February. So it's it's not ready for distribution here. Um Difference between AstraZeneca and Fizer says both required two doses. AstraZeneca is more similar to traditional vaccine technology. They're not using the new M M or in a In other words, they have introduced a weakened strain off the virus. In this case from a chimpanzee. Into your body. The virus can carry genetic code specific to the coronavirus to trigger an immune response. Uh, visor and Madonna. Used the newer technology M ordinated trigger the You mean response. So Again. They started off. Human trials over the UK they got 62% effective. And then they Bumped it up to the second dose, and they got 70%. Small subset of Oxford AstraZeneca volunteers in the UK Age 55 younger were given half a dose. Followed by a full dose. And with the half Doth regiment And then followed by a full dose. They say they get it up to 90% effective. But the scientists cannot fully explain the better results. Weird. Strange. So There's ah Dr Saira Meqdad is her name. Commented on this this morning talking about this is great. They got this extra one. But she is echoing what A lot of doctors are saying Today she still has questions. Well, I think first, you know there's there's program cost. So first. The good news is that you know, we have another vaccine that is available for life spread use, and this is the vaccine that we were banking on for the world chief. You know, given some of the requirements, it does seem to be safe and efficacious. Now, do you have a lot of questions on the interval and the delisting and how they came up with that type of regiment, So I certainly have many more questions. I want to see more of the data that hasn't actually been released yet only the information that has been made available through the press release. So we just need to see the data and see more transparency and seeing how they really got to this number here. United States we probably won't see this. The AstraZeneca vaccine become available through emergency authorization used some time. You know, in quarter one of next year, I won't see a lot more information from that. But you know, I certainly have actually more questions right now, then then answers on what their regime is right now. Yeah, she's not alone. She's one of many doctors that I could have pulled a cut from for the show today, saying, I have more questions and answers. I did not hear that from doctors. Once Moderna and Fizer rolled out. There's But it's rolled out in the UK Richard Engel eyes based in London, and he talks about The rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine over there, so so far, it only means that it will be distributed starting Monday here in the UK, but British officials are are very excited about it. They think it will allow them to dramatically increase their vaccination program to speed it up. Right now, it has been a very slow program, the doctors and nurses Some of.

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"saira" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"saira" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hurry up with that. Vaccine way did assume call. And then we had a drive. Fight. Pick up Thanksgiving by our son Ricky and his wife, Saira. Oh, that's a good idea. Yeah. Well, here's the item number three was a Joe Man Montana 1981 tops Rookie number 2 16 P s a nine soul for 1700, so that won't be in it. Jon Drummond. What do you want me to pick a number one before 181 to 8. I'm girl knew Marino number one number one is a babe Ruth 1929 are 3 16 Cash in publications card. I don't see that very often. P s a six. Sold for $2200. So that won't be in which ended Iowa higher. Tyler, you're in when I'm the big day for Eric, I think if you win this, Tyler, you gotta split it with you. I don't know. I think he's carried most of the weight this year, but I will pick number five number five. That is 1959 taps Football Selo pack With an off center Jim Brown and front P s a seven pack sold for $1800 and now events, the leader and the favorite going in Uh, let's go. Let's get rid of number eight. Number eight is Liu L. Sindoor 1969 70 tops rookie card. Number 25 P ECE seven sold for $3700. That would have been that would have been the best. That's an end for you guys, okay? Now. Here we go. We've got four items left. We've got Time. Seaver 1967 tops Rookie number 5 81 And Tyler, can you play a little music? A little, A little background music here. We gotta have the background music of price is right for for this, okay? Tom Seaver, 1967 tops Rookie number 5 81 P ECE eight second Item Tom Brady 2000 Fleer Metal Rookie card number to 67 P s A 13th item 1986 clear basketball. That's the Jordan rookie. Pack unopened waxed Pack pair both PS A seven and the last 1 1980 81 tops Bird Magic rookie card. He has say eight. So Nancy Huggins. Which one will you peg? Well, this is really a tough one. Um, I think I'll go with the 86 were basketball. Jordan. Okay, The two packs the unopened pack there. Nothing past. All right. Very good. Next is Jon Drummond. I'm going Go, baby I'm gonna with Tommy Schieber 1967 Rookie card that Tom Seaver 1967 tops. Rookie P ece eight, right, Tyler? What's your pick? I'll go with Brady Card. Tom Brady 2000. Clear metal Rookie goes to Tyler, and that leads vents. Well, um What's the score?.

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"saira" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"saira" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Eventually now Here's to Oy. What he's got on the turtle man. Yeah, I'm not wearing my blanket this morning, but I am dressed for the cold, So I'm ready. All right, Uh, you look at things off work if you don't start in Mukalla for those of you traveling on 4 59 all the way to the Hoover area and then passed Hoover to, um To 80. And then, of course, to 20 and 50 92 trust, feel area you are good to go this morning. We're not seeing any issues for you A couple of quick drive times that are relevant for you. 4 59 North bound from 2059 65 again from my colleague who That's gonna be a 13 minute commute And then 4 59 from Hoover are 65 from Hoover 2 to 80. It's only a four minute commute for you. All right, Janice Joy knew this morning. The Food and Drug Administration has authorized the first at home Rapid Cove in 19 test. It is called the Saira Cove in 19, all in one Test kid We understand it is available by prescription for self diagnosis at the test will be available for people 14 and older who have symptoms that could indicate Cove. It According to the FDA, the task and give returns results in about 30 minutes with a big pharmaceutical company. Fizer preparing to file through the FDA for emergency use authorization for their covert 19 vaccine. Just last week, five year announced this vaccine has shown in human trials to be more than 90% effective. Drug company. Madonna, meanwhile, then announced its vaccine is 94% effective in trials now, and it's most effective year's flu vaccines are not 100% effective. Of course, the measles vaccine is 97%. And that's why you'll be defectors. Disease expert Dr Michael SAG is encouraged by what he's hearing about the rates for the covert 19 vaccine trials. So Dr SAG says that the reports of over 90% effectiveness Really great news. However, he says it could be a year before a vaccine being fully implemented mein meaning that it will take that long for the population to get the vaccine, so we will have to continue to follow safety precautions for a while. Good news, though there's a lot at the end of the tunnel. It is multiple shots on goal. Give us a lot of opportunity and is more the of the vaccine. Candidates end up in the net like Fizer and Moderna, then we're gonna have a lot of options for all of us to get vaccinated and trying to put an end to this horrible scourge. Dr Sachs says. What we're seeing right now, though, is a spike in Cove in 19 cases, and that is not the good news. We told you about the fires of vaccine needing special storage in temperatures as low as minus 80 toe minus 94 F this morning, the head of the Alabama Hospital Association says a game plan is being developed to make sure that state facilities have enough of the ultra cold storage available. We know the State Health Department plans to send the vaccine to the six largest hospitals in the state. Do have the freezer capacity to store it for the hospital that don't have the freezers. Former state health officer Dr Don Williamson says those facilities we'll have to depend on something else. If you don't have a minus 80 degree freezer, and for many hospitals, there's no reason to have a minus 80 degree freezer. Then the issue becomes whether or not you can have a continuous supply of dry eyes. The state will be looking into storage options like dry ice as well. The Madonna vaccine, meanwhile, doesn't need to be stored in temperatures as low as the finds a version Some folks are skeptical about taking a cove in 19 vaccine even when come one does become widely available. We asked the Alabama Department of Public Health, though about the possibilities there ever been talk of it being mandated. We're offering incentives to get that done. Here's the response. Persons will not be required to take the vaccine product and at this time we have no specific incentive for the product, other than the fact that it will be free. Dr Caron Lander says. As for schools requiring students get vaccinated, she doesn't see that happening either, but says it is still early in the planning process. The thought that it could be free, though perhaps is the biggest news in that whenever we get there, covering Tuscaloosa County now where we're learning more now, about the freak over 19 test available the University of Alabama students before they head home for the holidays. Good chair look is live this morning with what the university's telling students ago too. Good morning..

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"saira" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"saira" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Morning News with Scott's played 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Next Traffic update includes any issues tonight? 25 in less than three minutes. 7 39 Nobody. Recipe temperature 65 President elect Biden is already taking action to stop the spread of Corona virus. Abidin today will name a panel of experts to produce new plans to deal with a grown A virus outbreak cannot repair the economy restore vitality. Until we get it under control 11 states, said New daily records yesterday for Koven hospitalizations as thie Average number of deaths is up 35% in the last month, WSB Jamie do pre reports. Mr. Biden will also start calling governors across the country, insisting they make mask wearing mandatory if they don't buy. It will make the request to mayors and local leaders. About 20 states have masked mandates that Georgia is not among them. The US sets another daily record for new covert cases. Hopkins University's tally shows the country reported more than 126,000 confirmed cases of covert 19 Saturday, well, more than 1000 people died from the infection. The seven day rolling averages have also been rising new cases up for more than 64,002 weeks ago to nearly 104,000 and Thomas reports. The U. S is approaching 10 million total cases of Corona virus since Start of the pandemic. Atlanta Public School Superintendent Lisa Herring tests positive for Corona virus. The 48 year old herrings in quarantine A PS is not currently offering in person classes for students. They had planned to bring students back to class last month until a recent spike in covert cases, the district is delaying its reopening plan until at least January, and Dawsonville celebrating a big win for Chase Elliott Saira Blair for a long time of the Dawsonville pool room last night is there 24 year old native son Chase. Elliott won both the race and the NASCAR Cup championship. At Phoenix Raceway. He bested.

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"saira" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"saira" Discussed on WTOP

"10 21 man is dead after a shooting took place during dueling protests in downtown Denver. Here's KCNC TVs Rick Salinger. I was spending just across the street. I saw people arguing, and then all of a sudden, a flash of orange, which I Presumed to be pepper spray. But right after that, a single gunshot. We ran over to the scene and found several people on the ground. Most of them were lying on the ground with her hands forward and surrender, But one man was not moving. He had been shot. The Denver Post reports a man taking part in what was billed as a Patriot rally sprayed Mace and another man who responded by firing his gun. A private security guard who was working for a TV station was taken into custody. Covad 19 is also impacting animals in the US nearly 10,000 minx have died in the past two weeks at nine for farms in Utah as a result of the Corona virus, NBC News reports The creature is known for their luxurious, silky pelts typically die within a day of showing symptoms. While humans can spread the disease to minx. It's believed that risk of transmission from minx to humans is low. W. T. Opie's top kids program recognizes kids in the area for the amazing things. They d'oh, these teens or using their love of sports to build bonds with young girls thousands of miles away, Mira Dahiya and her best friend Saira Rathod grew up playing sports a huge aspect of our lives. But it was when they heard about a girl school in India that didn't have any access to sports that they realized they had to do something. They decided to raise money to build a sports court. We just got really involved with school because we love the mission of this school. We worked all through high school to raise $18,000. It was a challenge, but cyber says the best part is the relationships they built. There's also amazing just sick of the school and Interactive and all the girls become really close at that siren. Mira recently went to India for a ribbon cutting there now freshmen in college, but say the lessons they learned will stay with them throughout their lives. Found that really inspiring Melissa.

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"saira" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"saira" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Live from Yankee Stadium in New York. It's New York Yankees baseball and tonight, a very important serious for the Yanks against the team with the best record of the American League, the Tampa Bay Rays the Rays are 24 11. The Yankees of 19 and 13. I figure if the Yankees want to finish in first. If that's important in this odd year, they'd probably have to take two out of three from the raise. The Rays have beaten the Yankees like a drum this year in the Yankees. Certainly old them a thing or three, and the Yankees to that end, will pitch their best. Garrett Cole against hard throwing right hander Tyler Glass No of Tampa. As we welcome you. It's kind of Ah, Overcast. Dark. Unpleasant kind of late afternoon, but no rain and I don't believe any rain in the forecast. As the Yankees and raise will meet and what becomes a very important serious, especially for the Yanks. Well, producer engineer is Jack Candy ball, Donato. On my Yankees Won Europe is Susan Waldman. And I'm John Sterling. And this is the Nissan New York Yankees pregame program, And here is what's on the menu that's brought to you by Dagostino and Gristedes Supermarkets Shop online today. For dinner tonight. A bit later on on the leadoff man. Susan will talk with shortstop of the Yankees. Jordy Mercer. He's in the lineup. To night. I'll have some diamond oats who's out Who's not this date in Yankees history and much more, But first of all, it's Susan and Aaron Boone on the manager show brought to you by your Mercedes Benz tristate dealer's shop online, over the phone or in person. Had your local Mercedes Benz tristate dealers up in the booth. I am Susan Waldman and downstairs is the manager of the Yankees. Aaron Boone. And obviously, Yankees have not many trades at at the deadline here, and with all the trades going on. I know that fans and press get all excited because this one's going here and this one's going here and everybody says, Well, why didn't we do anything? And isn't that You know the cooler heads, which is Brian Cashman, who's got the coolest and I've seen is you can sit there and say Now, this isn't worth it. Or this isn't gonna work and this guy will be back and you can't give up too much for this. You always have to keep the future as well as this year in mind. Absolutely, And that's why Brian's been, You know, one of the best in this game for as long as he's been doing it of, you know, making those decisions and and I and we certainly trust Um, that he's going to do everything you know, in the best interests of the New York Yankees and confident he's done that, in this case is he kind of way. You know what the ask is and what you're willing to give away and that's his job to strike that balance, And he doesn't give anyone. Okay, so how much relief is there? And this is a pretty cool group. So how much relief is there in that, though, that nobody's going, particularly from a Clint Frazier, who hears himself and in trades every single year? Well, I think if you look, there's excitement, I think for everyone involved the anxiety. You know, everyone responds to things in different ways and rumors and all that. So you're excited leading up to it and from what might come to fruition or not, And now that it's over with, there's kind of a little bit of Saira leaflets like, okay, you know we're going into this with and you know, we're works, obviously very excited and confident in the group that we have and know that along the way, we're going to continue to get more and more healthy. But it's in a position to reach our goal come October and one of the things I was watching. Last night. When I got home, we'd sort of figured out Sweeny Murti was talking about. You know, there's a double header in five days. So sending Davies back is you can't pitch for five days anyway, so maybe he comes up. I was very impressed with Pedro Martinez picking up that he thought that Davy had great composure and great balance, which which means a lot coming from Pedro Martinez. Yeah, And that's critical for him because that balance allowed him to repeat his delivery because his deliveries a little bit unique. You know, kind of that cross fire. It's important that he controls that. Has that balance and repeat that delivery because that delivery also get some deception to that works in his favor, But But when he gets outside of that delivery and start to lose it, that's when he starts to lose command. Yesterday he was filling up the strike zone with everything. And you had said to the writers that you thought that Jack Britain would be back the next day or so, Glaber right behind him. Could be Glaber's doing really well. He's he's actually out hitting on the field right now to ground balls. He's been running well for several days now. So flavor's definitely getting closer. And of course, what do you think that home run Khun Doof for Gary Sanchez? I know it's hard to. You know the next a different picture, but you know, it's got to be a relief for him to do something like that. I mean, obviously humongous hit for us. You know, especially You know, I think I've settled P times the last several days. You know, it's hard for us right now. You know this season, the challenge for us right now we've been, you know, kind of punched in the mouth a little bit, and they start our share of adversity here over the last week and Gary individually space to share the Kirsty come up. It's such a big spot. Essentially deliver us victory yesterday was huge for him and, you know, hopefully it is something that will get him going like we know he's capable of. Okay, Aaron. Thank you very much fun tonight. Talk tomorrow. Thanks, Susan. Okay, Aaron, that was the manager show Brought.

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"saira" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"saira" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Able to get these loans to finance that this morning's Jennifer can sync up with marketwatch reporter Elizabeth Buchwald thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news the morning ritual with garret Lewis this is race for dinner all white woman volunteers to host a dinner in our home for seven other white women each dinner cost twenty five hundred dollars weekday morning six to ten me tell you I am a semitic you are twenty five hundred a Frank discussion is led by co founders Regina Jackson was black and Saira Rao identified as Indian American and this is G. D. so you have a black woman in Indian woman literally like I got this great idea let's find a whole bunch of guilty rich white women tell them their races the payouts K. N. S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety fox news on million will president trump right now in India holding a press conference touching on a wide range of issues as to comment for instance on the verdict in the Harvey Weinstein sex crimes trial the standpoint of women I think it was a great thing it was a it was a great victory and sends a very strong message this is second and final day in India where he met with the Indian prime minister also talking trade and terrorism we have a hundred percent of the caliphate clear tens of thousands of people in prisons now they're being guarded by the Kurds and others saying on the coronavirus fight he praises efforts of US officials meanwhile a run which is also battling an outbreak announcing its head of the country's counter corona virus task forces tested positive for the virus government there says she became people died nationwide when prepping for a pandemic hair vaccine.

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