26 Burst results for "Sali"
"sali" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"That's where the magic is. Exactly, one of the things that many people might not know about captain sali that I learned that when I had the opportunity to interview him is that by the time the accident happened. Yeah, the experience flying all sorts of planes. He also served as a volunteer in teams that look at prior activists and try to understand what it is that it happened. So yeah, so much experience. Once he was in that dire situation. And yeah, one of the things that is true about him is that every time he walked on a plane, he asked himself the question what it is that I could learn. How is it that this could be different? He had that type of intellectual humility that kept him open minded despite the fact that he was accumulating throughout his career, a lot of experience. That's what often we miss out on. We gave him experience and beginning experience and knowledge we believe that we all have the right answer. And we don't stay humble. We don't have that type of intellectual humility that.
"sali" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
"One kind of suffering which is to await in a person to repent and there's a second kind of suffering which is to cleanse a person from their scenes and the way it works is like this. He quotes the town with the helmet. Says if a person suffers. That could be a message from god. Hey what's wrong examining your ways. Examine your dev's look at your behavior. Find the flaw find. The gap is trying to get your attention. Four of suffering of this kind is trying to get your attention and we're trying to wake you up the my trying to elbow you. In the ribs nudge awake. Find the area that you need to improve upon. There's a different kind of suffering and that's not to wake a person up but that is to cleanse a person from sin everything you have sali's your soul and when you get to heaven and you have a sullied soul you have a so the mighty in his benevolence will this encumber you from those spiritual maladies by punishing you but making suffer you suffer. That's suffering cleanses your soul purifies the soul fixes those flaws and now in alba life that really matters you are cleansed and have been freed of those alloys now he explains the way this works all. This is the facilitate repentance. Some repent someone sent and they repent does nonni suffering of any kind that would be ideal and at the preference but what happens if a person since and they don't repent the almighty in his benevolence and kindness and goodness mates that person suffer and the objective of that suffering is only to wake up the person so that they repent and you know what if they suffer and they repent. And that's what the money wants that. The purpose of that suffering suffering to wait the person up but if a person does not repent and.
"sali" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS
"Okay okay. Gimme what give me twenty seconds. You've got to do. I am i am in no rush. I'm so proud of you. i like you. I'm going to draw. Draw the ones. I've named and then see if i can't think of any others okay. Do you draw them. Say them aloud. Okay let's take us through it. Oh okay. I saw sali's right. Triangle equilateral triangle. I feel like it's it's the air but like Do you wanna hit Yes okay are there any triangles. That are wacky dude. That's kind of where where my mind was going but was like how. How can there be a wacky angle to this. Podcast is going to tell you all about it but also you know would you. What are you okay. This wacky triangles. Like somehow not a triangle shape. But it's now it's a triangle shape. Is it infinite triangle. Now now it's just wacky and by wacky. I mean another little hint. Little triangle this wacky triangle as three angles that are less than ninety degrees each. Oh so a triangle can be more than one thing at the same time. Yes oh is it. Acute shoot okay. What's the other one. No keep riding the memory. I've got a cute has to be obtuse dude. You're one triangle away from all the triangle. Yeah i don't know what's happening okay. I'm going to read your on them. Okay so one triangle way. I have no idea how you could possibly know this one the for the acute. Yeah i was. So what does it say to. One is. Because i understand how has an has one angle that is larger than ninety degrees. The other two can be smaller but one of them is low. Whoa wow there's one triangle left man. Oh my gosh. This reminds me of that. Wonderful wonderful song from crazy ex girlfriend. The math of love triangles. Okay okay anyways..
"sali" Discussed on Or Not!
"Having like a game night and her fiance is not crazy and he's taiwanese but my friend is korean and we're tech on came up in conversation and he was like he was so confused he was like. Is that what you say. How come nobody ever corrects pedia. He's like how did this happen right. Nobody ever corrects them. And it's so different. And it's very easy to say. Taekwondo but i remember the reason i started saying taekwondo was because no one knew what i was talking about if i said tech wando round. It is tech cuando. And it's it's spelled ta tay you can even say take one doe and it's better than saying taekwondo right right like like the whole. The slang term bank is be lake way. People can understand the a e is a. Yeah instead of i right but yeah we should start a revolution and fix the pronunciation for sure. It's going to start tackling cuando. Yes i'm sorry. I gave in to the western way of saying things i shouldn't have. Yes sali's have some pride in your my bad but yes take one though hours a day. Yes but that's not other thing. That reminds me because i have a friend who basically hates telling americans her name because they say it wrong you use can say your name differently and people say back to you differently and you can't keep correcting them so then you just start introducing yourself that way and then you just give up and i feel like maybe. That's what happened with tech rondo. Intech window but i remember talking to her about it and i know to say her name correctly but sometimes i feel like i'm making fun of her if i say it or try to say it that way. It's kind of like if you were to go to a go to a bakery and asked for croissant. Like i judge people who go. Can i get a croissant. Like it's like. Why are you saying it that way..
"sali" Discussed on The Better Life Better Work Show
"I just wanna drop in with intention and so to have profound engagement. I also have to have the compassion and the profound this engagement and rest both in slow tangle and still. I think it's possible. I think it's totally possible to be authentic in heart centered and ambitious as fuck. I'm bringing ambition to sali's intentionally bringing a little bit more ambition to soule's so elise my coaching program my coaching membership. It's not a program. it's not a program. it's a membership. It's a community really. It's a community. That's the biggest thing people stay for is the community. We have business calls on mondays. We have life calls on thursdays this year. Just really streamline things for for the nervous system. There's so much stimulation so i just made. Things really repetitive. Mondays and thursdays and mondays and thursdays. I've had experts come in the first couple of years. I taught a lot of you know launch business classes. My people are mostly growth in achievement. These days i have.
"sali" Discussed on Talking Junk
"There's a lot. There's a lot of different all of reason. You're seeing like in a really like boats boats and she asked to be let changed. Just that's why says by the rate correct can't cross the threshold inviting newman. Notre threshold could be passed so he could hover out. That bitch only walks with our research is also Is also seem to say even dino roof of demons imposes over the issue single. Your personal is a beam if move rinse something's the letting house or she's luigi gore vitamin house and that's a different thing the world's blade and supernatural and never has been inviting an issue unless you had like in case if yellow pops up my phone drop in. You'll see me speaking. Ever been the rancho to smother fun because my wife they downstairs in arms we got you got you is if we can all see you and now we all hear you. Hopefully but let me take his time to say. Get your priorities in for this beautiful shirt here. I actually not seen the shining. Just think aloft seen so much outside shine shine the shining has never seen the shining sali's in he extracts his own spiritual being strikes on eats will. Now you're talking about.
Suspect accused of killing Houston police sergeant
"In houston i'm eddie robinson. A man is now under arrest for the murder of a veteran. Houston police officer sergeant. Shawn rios was killed. Monday afternoon and a shootout on the north freeway police on tuesday arrested. Twenty-four-year-old robert sali's hpd's chief artas says so lease was taken into custody after a traffic. Stop on the katy freeway near beltway. Eight when we worked together with the public and we work together utilizing technology and and we actually exploit all the Tanaz is out there all the video. It's out there we end up with these Great results vado. Says they're also looking for a second person who was spotted on security video next to a black pickup truck that individual were coming for ya. We're gonna find you. She might as well turn your yourself. Nelson says he believes reels was killed when he tried to intervene in a shootout on the freeway involving people in two vehicles
"sali" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
"Get in Lakota this year, and I said Hyundai Odyssey. Hello, Joseph, depends odd, The hotel is Doha know grow and parcel don't know. Until no entiendo. Pero Como puedo, pero Mali Pala Sila. No saying to sign off the ice anybody who set to get off the phone. I'll tell you. and Nikki Illuminati Becky G Lovin Mikado They took them off please e. Mail toolbar on the trending page at the moment. Oh God more chill than evil using token. Okay, what is in place or no? No solamente, you know. Nadia. W. Also with the RICO or Italian. So you'll you'll see I am a final bill and went North, Canton, Georgia. They get with outsell remixes percent amida here and they're all of a sudden an employee-owned in Barrow, Columbiana, Como. Cuando. Salio. Una da Gama. 989 please e. Then throw off a commercial break down by Phil. Hey, you know under Lamar on the down low, so the para Llamar por que and before Ontario mental note to say that's on you see to get a former to feel mentally, but but I am fully fully control. You know mm. I don't want on how emotional moment to see if he's open for something. Okay. G betah, k and West off so slow button and play football club. Get a portrait day off of controversy controversial coming off and that's that's all fine and good Italian page, No luck placing go in the silk. So, she'll be back until they let me..
"sali" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
"Thursday. La Cocina Real Life beginning World Wrestling need to gather some inclusion spice rack morning. When was it Nikki. Yep, go ahead and pull ahead, speech or embarrass, you know a badass boss lady. I got see Linda Como Una Mujer life until they LL domain. There's some money off some noise outside of Pacific Life. Enjoy the game. And those are only Altima my Lavista Fatal crash. Okay, so that meant inspirasi value for palabras primeramente Pala Pala chut. Bhi chod te amo mucho wage. I got it. Duser the carriages to cancel or we on the drums elect Colombiano tambien eres un Tonto in a vocabulary. Oh Colombiano song You're So Vain on Spotify. Okay. Okay. Are you able to receive all the way off? Lincoln technically really slow down on the living Edge always been dead la parte valving Edmonton LV day of fall apart a l principio quando torni, La Mesa M. La la la lo Pata Negra. I mean more personal over the most recent album condal actually saw a Blanco. Oh, wow, so blank page Arlington being in life and Erin hottle Mutual all video and Adam Hard Rock on the windowsill Moana song yo, bro, Teresa. If you have the golden milk playlist Thursday, we're ready playlist off the car off and give them to you, but maybe a video game. They represent employers El Caballo de do baby chod te yo piensalo PNC when meant a joke and also with the flow, I'll tell you when I get home. I'm guessing Cancun, May I assist you with your circle of actual events? Okay. How about a mile off 90th? Okay. Hello in Vienna Vienna Vienna Mari Mari, Juana. Yeah. Yeah and oh God. He saw a Ford Edge and they.
"sali" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast
"Pretzels walk white chips. Wow, who's the new guy Fanta? I think he's looking at me pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me. Stop being salty chips. We both got a chance. He's coming over ladies. Hi and hello to you back at you handsome Santa picked beef jerky, girl. We're going to be here awhile..
Own a Business, Not a Hobby with Jason Khalipa
"Guest is someone who knows the value and the struggle of the grind mini no Jason Khalifa. As the champion of the two thousand eight cross gains gains. But since then he's dreamed up started in scaled a thriving business. It's called NC fit which in addition to having over twenty gyms around the world old it's pioneering widespread corporate wellness programs reinventing fitness in the hospitality sector. And even changing the way people think about fitness. This but this growth journey all started in two thousand twelve when he was forced to confront the fact that he actually did not own a business at all he simply owned a hobby. I had a mentor of mine. One day we were walking down the hall of this one Jim that we owned as they. Hey Man I'm just letting you know that all this can go away tomorrow and that what you have here is a hobby not a business because if you get hit by a bus this thing's going away and he said that to me and it really resonated and after that day I started putting things in place. Get to the point where it's bigger than me. It's not just me. It's it's an organization and and you might be a figurehead of it but it's just still be able to have people in place that could lead it on the future and that was really important. Took a long time to get to that point but after a year or two weirdly developed a team that which actually worked out really well my favorite because I started developing the teen because I WANNA have business not hobby but then my daughter got sick and it ended up working out really well because I stepped away from the company for a while and it just kept running on sale and kept running so you had prepared for that moment without even realizing it worked out really well my goodness so two thousand eight you're pretty scrappy at that point was it literally soper. Noor you were starting on your own or yeah okay. Yes so from a business perspective. We opened up fifteen hundred square feet. Fifteen hundred dollars a month six month lease and we opened it with ten thousand ars in so in a way we opened the business. What did you know about starting a business at that point? Well that's really interesting so at that point I knew I love to coach. I knew I wanted to make an impact on people but I also didn't realize at the time but I had backed it up with a lot of confidence because because I've been working at the health club for so long. They Health Club was all about the business. It was all about sales. Were working at just a regular gym regular health club. Yeah and cross all about anti sale anti title business like you know. Let's go coach. Let's let's really help these people and there were just totally different ideologies. He's in in which was really good for me because I had so much exposure to the business side and then I had a lot of exposure to the coaching side. And try to marry those two with when we started the business and so you probably brought a little bit of your sales experience because I mean we believe around here that if you are truly selling your serving someone Oh yeah if you're selling to the right person I'm extremely grateful for my lessons that I learned working at a desk selling gym memberships because we had a lot of different diversity in the area I was in law. Different cultures came in. And so you learned how to adapt and grow your business based on talking to somebody and he started to learn how to listen in here. What are they looking for out of this gym membership in how ultimately going to get them to sign up was question but I learned a law about people and talking to people and so that played huge? Dividends ends early on the business. Because you get people to come in and there's nothing to sell them on except yourself in your service and that was an important thing that I learned throughout college. Was this selling my passion right. More sharing my passion say a read something not long ago that it said the millennial generation and the generation following following it more than any generation in recent history in the United States is interested in the topic of entrepreneurship and starting a business but then it also said more than any generation in the history of the United States. They're less likely to step out of actually start a business so they love the idea of it but it seems like they're terrified and I say we right. It's my generation. We are terrified. Actually step up and do something. So what are the prerequisites. What are the things people need to have from your perspective looking back back in order to start a business? I think at the time if I can go back and advise myself I probably would have advised myself not to open a business and the reason why I would've widow of is because I don't think I had the background to feel credible enough to go do it now at the time. No eight the economy's in the tank cross is not even well known at all all and I decided to go to business and looking back on it. I don't know if I would have advised myself but I also think that I had things lined up to do you. Were right meaning. I didn't have any external pressure I didn't have any children. Timing was really good. I just won the game so I had this kind of notoriety and and I had had a background in the health clubs so I don't know of back then I I had as much as I wanted to have now but I'd ask anybody who wants to start a business. Do they have that confidence. So they have that background to know when they sign at least they're going to be successful because one Sali's begins you start acting irrationally. If you're in the tank too quickly you'd have things lined up for you. You know it's one thing to say that I wanNA star Weirdest Tomo Coffee. I've talked about this before I love coffee. Yeah we we were talking about the fact. That Jay's shop is probably way better than Arkle Luge Coffee Station copying personally zone it teaches own but I don't know the first thing about sourcing it roasting in selling it. I don't know anything about the health laws in my area area. If we want to open it meaning I know a little bit about business but I will need to go learn from people glide densify mentors go work at a coffee shop. That's doing the best in the world. Go take things I like in build them into my business. Take the things I don't I can leave them behind. I shouldn't have for longer right and I think that anybody who wants to start a business go to school for as long as you can before you actually signed the lease because once you sign you gotTa know your playing in. You're playing to win. The clock started at that point. You're already in the game. I love that though. Because what you're saying is just being passionate about. Coffee is not enough. No I mean the restaurant. Business is a great example. I love food but I. I don't know the first thing about sourcing these products. How long we keep them for? I would need to learn those skills for a long time and then identify key people that have have unique sets of skills there and then bring them on board. Because you've got to understand about starting a business like what makes you different. What makes you uniquely better than your competitor? And how are you GonNa win is just what we think about. If I can't answer that we probably shouldn't be pursuing it and you said go to school earlier. I assume that's not necessarily just formal education right so it's connecting acting the right people learning from them putting yourself in positions where you anyway surprised if you connect the people in the right way in authentic way people want to help you. They do and they WANNA share their information but you need to go identify that and you need the work and you need to back that up with action. I cannot tell you how many people on a regular basis so last sure did this thing where I talked to four hundred Jim Owners in the span of six months on the phone just to check in. Hey how's the industry. What are you seeing? What are we see? The how can I help you to really want to understand. Is Our business on the right path and for all these people I talked to you and all these people I meet in person you can you can give them the world you give them anything you want you can give them. The answers are looking for. But they're gonNA fall in depth ear nine times out of ten. I'll look at these people back. Dude all you gotTa do is go do this. Is this your call them in six months and they haven't done any of it is because it doesn't mean anything unless you put action behind it You know when I talk about going to school I talked about. I would go to school in the morning morning. I work at night and I go ride the elliptical till super late at night with the owner of this gym almost every day for years picking his brain. I wouldn't just say hey. Can we meet on. I don't have time. Oh well what are you doing later on. Do you mind if I go jumping elliptical like being assertive you know what I mean. Ask Ask ask until I tell you to stop asking. We talk all the time here. One of our kind of mantras is you gotta live like no one else so later you can live like no one else and it seems so often and we see the picture of the entrepreneur that is scaled a business bigger than themselves traveling to the Bahamas and is making money while they're they're not checking their phone and that's just not an accurate picture. It sounds like no. It's not and I think it's actually a really sad thing because people want instant gratification and in entrepreneurship and business it doesn't happen and overnight you have some anomalies of course right where you'll have a startup that startup gets you know goes for an IPO twenty four months later and all of a sudden get paid out hundreds of millions leads dollars. But for the most part I didn't see what that person went through before the IPO D- and that's just the exception to the rule in general more times than not it's in the trenches working for long periods of time and then eventually start building up some momentum and then it snowballs into something
"sali" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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NBA playoffs roundup
"On the hardwood guys the raptors the nuggets they've regained home-court advantage in their conference semifinals that even their respective series at two games. A piece of good basketball action this weekend Gaylon? Start with the Sixers game yesterday. I thought they had the game in hand about two three one in that series headed terrible fourth quarter stressing poorly the Sixers played, but you know, everyone about Kevin Durant stellar performance in the playoffs for the goals. They warriors who's talking about collide Leonard, I think he might even be playing better than K D thirty nine points, fourteen rebounds yesterday thirteen to twenty from the field in Sixers second year guard Ben Simmons tried to guard Kawhi Leonard, and he got absolutely destroyed. Simmons had one of his worst game. As a pro. Yes today. And then Joel Embiid only had eleven points, blaming an illness. And no sleep Sali's been strange either been great or a no show of this series. But again in that fourth quarter Sixers seven minutes without a field goal. And now they go back to Toronto for game. Five in Toronto lake. You said has homecourt advantage again. And then last night that nuggets blazer series. That's clearly been the most fun series the watch so far. I mean, let's not forget about. On Friday nights. Epic four overtime win for the blazers. But yesterday Denver prevailed on the road one sixteen one twelve they tied to series of two apiece. Nugget center Nikola Jokic Matt posted another triple double. I can't stress enough. How valuable job for these Doug? We all know we can score pass and rebound. But his ability to set screens met freeze of other nuggets players for wide open looks on just about every possession. You take Yokich off his team. They don't even make the playoffs. That's valuable. He is. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. On those screens to getting back the Colli Mike Adams with NBA dot com averaging thirty eight points per game on sixty two percent shooting. Jordan averaged over thirty five on sixty percent of shooting in one playoff series other than that. Nobody LeBron Katie Koby never did it. So we are watching greatness right now in the NBA and in the NBA playoffs, watch TV watching quite lettered in you know, he does everything. So well, but you know, they didn't think he was a good shooter early in his career in Popovich would say that with the Spurs. Now the league three. Point shooter. I mean, he doesn't miss shots as Baker and one other thing I wanted to mention Steph curry struggled where where was he where was he in the fourth quarter? I know everyone is talking about it have you seven at twenty three from the field. But the biggest problem for stent has been his defense. I mean, if you watch the rockets every possession, they attack Steph curry Weber Steph guarding that guy is getting the ball, and they're attacking Steph, and it's getting his head, and it's hurting offense and one other thing you'll Katy at forty six in the warriors loss on Saturday night. But it was a bad forty six matters nothing against K D. But the warriors lose their dynamic of all that ball movement and cutting away from the ball back door cuts. They all just stood around and watched Katie and that fourth quarter. And that's that makes the rocket excuse me, the warriors beatable and predictable negotiating next year's contract. I mean, I I don't I've never seen Katie play. Like this in the playoffs. You're talking about the last three to four games. I I would think I have to go back and look at the numbers, but he's averaging at least more than thirty a game in the last three to four games. I wanna say thirty eight a game and those four last four games. It's been unbelievable. You just make an shots like ripping on caney for scorn too much. What do you? If you want percents from the field. He's doing nothing wrong. He's played as well. As anyone's ever played on the offensive enemy NBA. No doubt about it. Yeah. Well, it does. But it does get stale. It does you know, it does get slow. And when one guy is doing all the work, and nobody else is
Parts of Davenport, Iowa, flooded after barrier fails
"Or of Davenport, Iowa are under water after heavy rains caused the Mississippi River to overflow its banks David Sali's lives in Davenport. There's always a chance that you know, things like this can happen. But it's to see it in person happens so close to home as I opening one flood barrier failed along the river swamping vehicles and buildings along part of the Mississippi river's edge as long as the other barriers hold much of the flooding should be contained to a few
"sali" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Actually, Mike my cold is it's a little better than it was yesterday. I still have the throat thing. So I I didn't do the usual thing that we usually do running and Garrett I make out. I don't want to spread any pretend like that. We don't do that. Germs you, guys. Oh, wait. Maybe next week. I'll be ready for some kissing ready for some Brady. Oh, man. Stick in the show. Right. Right. Right. Really for Garrett to lay down on the massage table. I don't know. I'm the one. I'm Tom Brady. Right. Yeah. In this scenario in this case scenario, and we just created. And then and then. And then Iran is the pizza delivery guy. What guards besides remember that part of the Tom Brady story Sali like I'm a masseuse from like the old boxer movie win the nineteen forties with limit kid. That's why you're the guy that giving the massage, but it's the old school massage. And then Robert Kraft kept the idea right hands up hands at the Garrick like my son. That's not long enough sun. But what did he say when the kid the kid went into kissed you call that a kiss? You'd call that a kiss. This better by numerous other men. Besides you the topic? We start the show. Always happens. Man,.
"sali" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"She says. Sali's in two thousand and eight this Pixar movie featured a trash collecting robot who is trying to get to earth back to a liberal condition. So that humans could return Donna name the movie, which also happens to be the name of the robot. Thirty seconds on the clock starts right now. I saw this movie. I know this movie. His name was Wally Wally. Thank you. I didn't think I was going to get that h is flew off my tongue at the last. His name was Peter. Paulie, donald. Oh, I know are you? Plus, you're in a good mood today. Frustrated is this like. What it's like to work with me. Yes. All right. Don is one point on the board. So it is Steve or now to answer the question. Here comes Steve. Lisa. Movies. Connex seen from this nineteen Eighty-three coming of age film featured this song from Bob Seger and the silver bullet band while the main character did a solo dance in his underwear in the living room of his parents home. We want you to name the film. Steve. Here's here's a great song. Good. What movie.
"sali" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And everybody was something to talk about. We've got the weather and more LA Rocca an antidote. Locked us are going to be very busy today. Hi, guys. You have no idea. How busy we are actually going to be because with those two scores stories allowing Ben bradlee and John said L from the sun times who broke this story about now. Mike Madigan being on tape as part of this. And where it is this all go. I mean, the the pillars of Chicago and Illinois politics are crumbling before us, this isn't no less than a seismic event in Illinois. What has just happened today, and it will have repercussions for a generation? Of politicians. Yeah. I absolutely think that's true. And we there's a lot we still don't know in a very far reaching consequences potential here. And the idea that alderman Sali's is sort of this vehicle for good government. Remember as wearing a wire, potentially just out crimes. Will that seems to been blown open by the revelations in the sun time why he had to wear the y. There is a great headline in the was married. Mitchell column today from hero to zero for Danny Sali's having you thought he was the guy that was going to tell everybody. Hey, I'm here to expose the corruption. No, it it. Looks like sentiment. Does it was here last week? And I'm like, why did you get back to contribution? Why would you do that the guy a liar? Isn't that good eligible voter? So let's just put it this way. This may not be the happy ending. The Danny Sali's was looking for. That's all I'm very. Yep. I let me just tell you that the Steve Cochran show celebrates the most valuable person on the planet..
"sali" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Well, we shall see about that. Thank you Tyler nice job. Well done, sir. The developer of Chicago's old main post office is now this was in the sun times. I think you reported on this to Jen now cooperating with federal investigators working to build a corruption case against alderman, Ed Burke, until recently, of course, the very powerful chairman of our finance committee. For more than two decades. A guy named Harry sky. Dell has served as director of acquisition and development for a company called six zero one west or six one w companies and on February twenty six just recently the hulking building that is our former post office over the Ike. There got a major boost from the finance committee alderman signed off on a class L property tax break that's expected to say this company one hundred million dollars over the life of the project at some point. You know, it's pretty easy to connect the dots here. Now Edberg just to be clear. His law firm didn't have any part of this, but solely stead. So he's dragged into a two. He's the secret alderman Sali's who was part of this more to come. And we'll be back on the story next week here on WLS as the great the lake Ray, Chris Farley said just recently when a sweet mother of. Somebody says sweet mother of God, we Muslim. Let's find out. Here's jen. Edens algebra cook. Thirty five minutes inbound from lake cook. That's about a fifty minute trip. The Kennedy out to the junction thirty five to O'Hare fifty two inbound O'Hare to downtown and our twenty-five jumps, man. Fifty-three Eisenhower out to wolf fifty out of three ninety. That's about an hour. Ten inbound from three ninety the burn our twenty-five wolf in fifty Stevenson out to the tri-state in our ten out to the veterans toll in our forty five. If you're travelling inbound on the Stevenson from three fifty five to lakeshore drive that's about an hour forty and the Dan Ryan to ninety fifth fifty inbound from ninety fifth forty minutes. Our next traffic update in fifteen minutes. I'm Jennifer Keiper, putting this smart and your smart speaker. Alexa,.
"sali" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That autumn Danny Sali's secretly recorded conversations, which helped the feds close in on longtime powerful alderman, Ed Burke, here's WGN's Eric wrong. Once a reliable ally of alderman, Ed Burke alderman, Danny Sali's, according to the sun time secretly recorded. Several conversations with alderman Burke, as part of a federal investigation Burke was charged federally earlier this month, we're trying to shake down the owner of a Burger King who needed some city permits for renovation work in Berks ward. So lease isn't running for reelection. But a source tells us on times he is willing to resign. Immediately now that his role as an FBI informant is known Eric wrong. WGN news icago mayo candidates who's on Mendoza says the property tax system in the city is rigged and broken and that high property taxes are pushing residence. Child, and this has locked people into cycles of poverty across the city, and it has made people feel like they have no other choice, but to leave the city we want to stem that dosa had earlier in the campaign floated a graduated property tax rate but backed away from that she talked WGN Steve. Cochran disappointing in Phoenix police have arrested a male nurse at a nursing facility where a woman in a vegetative state gave birth last month police chief Jerry Williams says the man what are the women's caregivers is being charged with sexual assault. After his DNA was found to match. The baby's six year old Nathan Sutherland Sutherland has a licensed practical nurse who was responsible for providing care to the victim during this time the sexual assault occurred. The twenty nine year old victim has been incapacitated. Since she was three years old Nick Sandman Kentucky teenager at the center of last week's encounter with the native American activist and a black religious sect at the Lincoln Memorial talked with NBC's today show this morning. He says he respects native American activists. Nathan Phillips would. I would like to talk with him after last week's encounter. But in hindsight, I wish we could have walked away and avoided the whole thing. But I can't say that. I'm sorry of listening to him and standing there, the sixteen year old said neither he nor any of his classmates at Kentucky's Covington Catholic high school.
"sali" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"Now, the longest in US history. This is dot apartments in different policy, and it is unacceptable. I don't even know the president wants the wall. I think he does want to debate on the wall all talks have stopped. Neither side feels the need yet to bend. So what will it take to break the stalemate? And what will that mean for the eight hundred thousand federal workers, not getting paid? We talked to two party leaders both in the room for those closed door negotiations. House Republican whip Steve Sali's and Senate Democratic with dick Durbin plus two new blockbusters on Russia. The New York Times reports at the FBI investigated whether President Trump was working for Russia from the Oval Office. The Washington Post details how the president has gone to extraordinarily links to conceal his private conversations with Ladimir Putin. That information all in Robert Muller's hands. Now, also sparking calls for new investigations by the new congress are power house roundtable weighs in start actually know and as more Democrats joined the twenty twenty White House race, we talked to the man who got him first Democrat John Delaney's been running hard in Iowa for eighteen months will break down the politics. Smoke of the spin the facts that matter this week. From ABC news. It's this week here. Now, she banker George Stephanopoulos. Good morning and welcome to this week. You know, the last few years have been filled with I and now we have another one the longest government shutdown ever now entering its fourth week with no sign yet that official Washington's ready to end it. Lawmakers left town Friday the president's tweeting from the White House, but the two sides aren't even talking about talking the big question now will public pressure force either side to bed our brand new poll with the Washington Post shows that right now a majority of Americans fifty three percent pin the blame on President Trump and Republicans in congress just twenty nine percent blame the Democrats but support for the border wall is climbing last year Americans oppose the wall by twenty nine points, the margin now just twelve points..
"sali" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"But if you're still interested, we could send her your way, and I was super excited together. So it all worked out. That's a great story. And just. Well, they Ben that say. For for young horseman listening, it when you have there's a real lesson here when when you've got a notion like that, and you know, a lot of times you'll people sit back, and they'll they'll see a horse go to someone else. And you know, they'll they'll know that you know, that they were right about a horse. And of course, the Sali's lit is the Alex and Jason question here and reaching out like that and being aggressive, and we talk plenty of times about the challenges of the the business it self, and you know, not everybody is. Naturally adept, and and comfortable with every aspect of what you have to do to be successful these days and being able to reach out and solicit business and try, you know, at least you tried and in this case. You may end up with a obviously, it's an important client who knows where it goes. Yeah. For sure I think in this business a lot of times relationships, you know, things like that are so important, you know, because it is you know, it is a very competitive business for sure, and you know, that when I was first starting out that might have been, you know, it's something you have to work at because that's not probably one of the things..
Newlyweds' final moments before fatal helicopter crash seen on video
"All just goes. Downs. One way out. Should just be trying to hop on helicopters now because you heard somebody died. Now for me. I'm good right now. But you know, until death so death do them part. That's a shame man that sucks so bad because this really good people to pay for a helicopter. It'd probably do pretty well, let's assume and then just on their wedding day. I love you love you. Well, I saw you posted that plane today that was trying to land. And then it hit the car and the wheels off those people alive. Yeah. Okay. Good little of their videos. Did you see that? We got iota that one horse video. They're still they're still. Yeah. Conflicting reports on that. There's one person at tween assess my cousin. She's her net. Looks like a death potentially the internet is filled with death. I do not see the plane buses while you never see those planes fail on those like road landings. There's always a success story. Sali successful Denzel was drunk and successful university of Michigan had a plane that went up came down. It was. Okay. It was safe. Yeah. See there's always like there's panic and then it seems like planes survive helicopter. So seems like they do not. I don't know how Leonardo DiCaprio made it that one late night whenever he flew into his ouster wolf, offering helicopters are not done.
Second U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan in a week identified
"Be this time of year take a quick look carson mom better she'll be around that if you're in the middle of the afternoon that's where expected to be generally sunny today tonight a few clouds seventy five tomorrow mostly sunny ninety five sunday few clouds around into the upper nineties upper nineties a had to take us through the early and middle part of next weekend there's no mention of rain urologist ray stagich from the weather channel on san antonio's official weather station newsradio twelve hundred w a eighty eight degrees under partly cloudy skies twelve a one news radio twelve hundred w away i i up though new federal indictments have been handed down in that russian investigation deputy attorney general rod rosenstein announced today twelve russian intelligence officers have been charged with hacking the democratic national committee and hillary clinton's 2016 presidential campaign he says the intention of the hacking was to influence the elections sad part is not a thing america can do about it they probably won't part of the trial the pentagon meanwhile has identified the us army ranger killed during a combat operation in afghanistan yesterday thirty two year old army sergeant first class christopher sali's from summerville south carolina died thursday as the result of any small arms fire in eastern afghanistan's paktiya province along the border with pakistan sali's was assigned the elite first battalion seventy fifth ranger regiment part of joint special operations command us air strikes likely killed dozens of taliban fighters in the battle according to images on social media president trump today now with british prime minister theresa maim praised her is a great leader but then he discussed the state of what's been called the special relationship between the two countries the relationship between our two nations is indispensable to the cause of liberty justice and peace the united kingdom and the united states are bound together by a common historic heritage language and heroes but then he slammed the the prime minister's efforts to get the uk out of the european union said it's jepara jeopardizing trade relations army looking to the future and it will be doing it in austin the new army futures command the first four star commanded a half century will be headquartered in the texas capital a new national weather service jingle reminding drivers to steer clear.
Westminster, Houston and Eightieth discussed on Thom Hartmann
"Rescue equipment to successfully extricate them from the car no word on the condition of the two riders who fell but they were conscious when they were taken to the hospital the investigator general's report detailing errors made by the fbi leading up to the two thousand sixteen election calls former fbi director james comey quote end subordinate admonishing him for disclosing information related to the hillary clinton investigation report did find komi use a personal email account to conduct unclassified fbi business that fact was not lost on hillary clinton she tweeted sarcastically but my emails she believes that komi costs her this election abc's pierre thomas reporting the white house is firing back at the new york state attorney general's office accusing it of political bias after the state filed a lawsuit against the trump foundation now the suit accuses president trump and members of his family of using the foundation for business and political purposes and the president said that it was the disciples of eric schneiderman who ended up bringing this on behalf of the democrats it's barbara underwood who's been a career type of prosecutor and she is the one bringing this and in fact she pushed back on this notion that this is just schneiderman works he said this is not some sali's political trick she said this is a lawsuit alleging violations of charities law in in new york state and it's nothing more than that abc's aaron katersky brent blakely michael cohen's lawyer the stormy daniels case has filed a motion for a restraining order to stop daniels lawyer michael luvin ati from communicating with the press and or public regarding the merits of the case in the motion bakery says mr evans on a publicity tour this is abc news koa newsradio time is twelve oh two one person has been arrested in connection to a shooting in westminster on thursday afternoon that left one child dead and the woman and child with critical injuries the man injured in the shooting expected to survive the shooting happened near eightieth and sheridan in westminster just after three o'clock no lie gant was next door working in a kitchen at rusty's and i can hear the gentleman told the police officer that was a younger gentleman that was shot multiple rounds he had been hit multiple times houston daughter was it sounded like.
Japan trade minister warns about US auto tariffs
"With president trump today they have a lot to talk about security agreements between the two countries trump's upcoming summit with north korea which some japanese officials are worried won't include japanese security concerns and likely trade the president has slapped steep tariffs on some japanese goods and his threatened more marketplace's jed kim reports the us has already levied tariffs on japanese steel and aluminum but now there's movement to do the same on automobiles japan says more than forty billion dollars worth each year to the us maria sali's is with the brookings institution that is really touching a critical economic interest for japan and even though prime minister wants to preserve these close working relationship with president trump is clear that patience is running thin reaching agreement could be harder because i'll be multilateral deals trump prefers bilateral ones she'll go goto is with the wilson center she says making concrete trade agreements will also be iffy because it's in japan's best interests to keep talking but hopefully not actually lead to any action because action would probably be in favor of the united states and to the disadvantage of japan fortunately for ave with only two hours to talk and the pressing issue of north korea delaying probably won't be that hard i'm vicky for marketplace and let's do the numbers the dow jones industrial average is up ninety three points that's four tenths of a percent the s and p five hundred is down a tenth of a percent the nasdaq is down seven tenths of a percent ten year treasury yield is at two point nine six percent ups workers voted earlier this week to authorize a strike if their negotiations with the delivery companies management go south the company has two hundred eighty thousand unionized workers from w esa in pittsburgh marketplace's erica barest unpacked what could happen if they all went on strike a lot has changed since ups workers last went on strike in nineteen ninety seven online retailers created a world where delivery of everything at all times is a customer expectation ups spokesperson glenn akhara says that's a lot of routes a lot of packages a lot more work increases the number of stops drivers need to make up for negotiation a two tiered wage scale and sunday deliveries serdar to your a.
Grindr, Criticized for Not Protecting Users HIV Status, Draws Criticism from WeHo City Council Members
"To stop and addicts path to self destruction under ricky's law drug users may be committed to treatment if the court decides they pose a threat to themselves or to others the deadline for closing the russian consulate here in seattle has passed komo's eric heintz reports aside from security officers today there is little trace of russians inside the consulate and residents in madison park were ordered closed by the trump administration in retaliation for russia's alleged use of a nerve agent to poison a former russian intelligence agent and his daughter in britain monday was the deadline the us expelled sixty russian diplomats and closed russia's seattle operation which the white house as an outpost for intelligence agents a former local fbi agent told the seattle times consulates can be used to run covert activities and naval base kitsap boeing and microsoft are potential local targets eric heintz komo news sali's and auburn releasing a video they hope will solve the mystery of a hit and run that happened nearly two months ago komo's steve mccarron with more with little evidence no witnesses and no suspects auburn police hope this surveillance video will help lead to something bigger aclu's some tidbit of information that can help them identify the person behind the wheel of this older white or light colored sedan that was driving south on a street southeast the night of february seventh but you can actually see the car hits connie braswell driver never slowed down never stopped just left her out on the road police say the car that hit braswell likely has significant front end damage should may have been a toyota someone a relative a friend a coworker has to know something about who was driving it and where the car might be now the victim remains in critical condition at harborview medical center popular gay dating app grinder says it will stop sharing its users hiv status that move comes after criticism from the aids healthcare foundation grinder says the data was not used to target advertisers were sold to third parties it was given to two companies to test the apps performance now they're working to remove that information from those companies the man shot and killed near seattle center early sunday mornings been identified as twenty one year old trayvon mccoy mccoy who was a local rapper last performed saturday night was shot in the head at first avenue north and republican street police have not released.