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"sania" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:38 min | Last week

"sania" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Right. This has been amazing. We now know how to set up a structure. We know about a little bit about ip assignment. That's a whole nother thing. We could do another episode but this has been great becky great advice if early stage founders want to reach out to you and wilson's sensini if they if they Listen to this episode. They know that we have most favored nation status between my investment. Firm launched and wilson. Sania take care of my people absolutely happy to how do they reach out to wilson seen. I know it's a big giant firm with a lot of big buildings and a lotta expensive lawyers a whole range of associates etc. Should they be intimidated as a two person company to come talk to you war. Do you wanna talk to those companies. They should not be intimidated. We work with very very early. Stage people. I mean you come in the door and say i've got an idea. What do i do next. How do i form a company. We love getting involved at that very early stage so we may work with you. Know the very very big companies like google but we incorporated google right so you know we with them the whole way so come talking this early wilson. Sensini did the incorporation papers for google ads. Right that's all the way through. We did the financing ends the ipo. And now we represent them and their big anti-trust cases in all sorts of get into that me. Tell you something. That's another topic. But my god the politics on that one. I mean if you really want to do an antitrust. That's the weakest one. I've ever seen in my wife from put an. That's my opinion. Wilson sienese. ws gr dot com. I really appreciate you. Partnering with Just the whole firm mfs. I've had so many great friends there. And i can tell you for those of you listening. It was scary for me To engage with big firms. When i was in my younger years and didn't have a lot of money in my bank account and what you find is the really truly great firms. An and i put wilson senior up there Right at the top the really great firms They want to grow with you and they wanna get in early. So don't be intimidated. They pick up the phone. They got a nice office. If this cova ding ends retaken this storm. The time of covid got a beautiful office down in soma they let you let people co work out of there. Sometimes i you. You've you've let me or space to co worker. When i had to had some issues we had to paint a pro painting my office. You guys let me work out of there for a couple of days. So i do appreciate a beautiful office. Enda will see you all next time on another startup legal basics..

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Tips for Saying No

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

06:16 min | 2 months ago

Tips for Saying No

"Okay. Let's get into today's topic saying no. This one's for all of US people pleasers out there who find it difficult or? Finding ourselves regretting saying, yes to things we are putting our needs before other people and we're also looking for affirmation insane. Yes. Two things you might remember I talk about. Different types of communication there really only three when you're looking at. The big scope of how we get our message across to people were either passive were assertive or were aggressive and sometimes aggressive impassive meet in the woods and have a little thing. But for the most part, you can see along that spectrum of passive assertive and aggressive where you fall. If we're on the aggressive side, we tend to let things percolate until we attack. We often do this with those. We love the most the ones we take for granted. We stay no aggressively stepping strongly into this false sense of power about with no regard or attention to the connection with the other person in passive communication we accommodate we say, yes. When we really really want to say, no, this brings us a temporary false sense of peace. But leader, we have apprehension we have rumination and then resentment we defer to the relationship with no regard to our power and ironically end up undermining the very relationship that we want. To sustain or not cause trouble in, we also avoid in this where. Passive and aggressive meet in the woods. We don't prioritize our personal sense of power or the relationship in other words everybody loses. We dishonor ourselves and amp up our own discomfort by leaving something unresolved and disrespect the other person by not providing them with an answer but instead provoking them silently through manipulation and articulating our needs in a very passive aggressive way sarcasm the no is one of the first steps toward healthy boundaries and often times. It's freaky scary and this is because people have been accustomed to coming to us for things for answers for doing. And we let them. So when they come to us and want to ask something we get flummoxed we get. Locked and loaded into our own discomfort because we really want to say no but they need us and we therefore are pushed in to the ritual of Sania. Like any other type of problem solving in recovery, we need some kind strategy, some kind of practice to help us get to know easier. To give us time, for instance, give yourself a pause before you answer. If you're having difficulty doing that. Structure some time before. In your off time to predict and play through how you're GONNA say, no a helpful strategy that can enable you to say, no with greater ease is gaining this clarity around things you want to say, yes to make a list of your top three priorities an understand that the change. Post these priorities around your house or you're going to see them, you're going to reinforce what's important to you. When someone then asks you to do something that takes your time and energy away from those things that you want to say, yes to fill free to answer the inquiry you know with. Now. I have things I need and what to do and want to prioritize those. Sound. So easy I know. Yet if we don't practice this in sometimes I, need to do it when nobody else in the room I've mentioned before that I have these kinds of discussions while I'm taking a walk so I can practice being clear and confident. Concise and consistent in my message. I practice not giving too much information. Keeping. It simple. I do this so that I limit the amount of challenges I get to my no letting the other person know that I hear them and Yeah I've probably said Yes to this a number of times. But I'm restructuring my priorities that I need time to do the things that are important to me. Another helpful strategy is to have some kind of phrase that you use. So for all of YOU PEOPLE IN SOBER land out there refusal skills. This is what I'm talking about here. It's the same kind of thing. For example, you can say, I have a policy and you can do this tongue-in-cheek. To say, yes, to things that serve me now to that really helped me embrace my priorities in life or you can say I'd rather say not now rather than disappoint

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Are You a People Pleaser? Here's a few tips for Saying No.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

04:37 min | 2 months ago

Are You a People Pleaser? Here's a few tips for Saying No.

"This one's for all of US people pleasers out there who find it difficult or? Finding ourselves regretting saying, yes to things we are putting our needs before other people and we're also looking for affirmation insane. Yes. Two things you might remember I talk about. Different types of communication there really only three when you're looking at. The big scope of how we get our message across to people were either passive were assertive or were aggressive and sometimes aggressive impassive meet in the woods and have a little thing. But for the most part, you can see along that spectrum of passive assertive and aggressive where you fall. If we're on the aggressive side, we tend to let things percolate until we attack. We often do this with those. We love the most the ones we take for granted. We stay no aggressively stepping strongly into this false sense of power about with no regard or attention to the connection with the other person in passive communication we accommodate we say, yes. When we really really want to say, no, this brings us a temporary false sense of peace. But leader, we have apprehension we have rumination and then resentment we defer to the relationship with no regard to our power and ironically end up undermining the very relationship that we want. To sustain or not cause trouble in, we also avoid in this where. Passive and aggressive meet in the woods. We don't prioritize our personal sense of power or the relationship in other words everybody loses. We dishonor ourselves and amp up our own discomfort by leaving something unresolved and disrespect the other person by not providing them with an answer but instead provoking them silently through manipulation and articulating our needs in a very passive aggressive way sarcasm the no is one of the first steps toward healthy boundaries and often times. It's freaky scary and this is because people have been accustomed to coming to us for things for answers for doing. And we let them. So when they come to us and want to ask something we get flummoxed we get. Locked and loaded into our own discomfort because we really want to say no but they need us and we therefore are pushed in to the ritual of Sania. Like any other type of problem solving in recovery, we need some kind strategy, some kind of practice to help us get to know easier. To give us time, for instance, give yourself a pause before you answer. If you're having difficulty doing that. Structure some time before. In your off time to predict and play through how you're GONNA say, no a helpful strategy that can enable you to say, no with greater ease is gaining this clarity around things you want to say, yes to make a list of your top three priorities an understand that the change. Post these priorities around your house or you're going to see them, you're going to reinforce what's important to you. When someone then asks you to do something that takes your time and energy away from those things that you want to say, yes to fill free to answer the inquiry you know with. Now. I have things I need and what to do and want to prioritize those.

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Boston - Cape Hopes For 'Second Summer' Tourism As Businesses Continue To Face Challenges

WBZ Afternoon News

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Boston - Cape Hopes For 'Second Summer' Tourism As Businesses Continue To Face Challenges

"Owners hope to extend the summer season through October. W. B Z T V's Luisa Mueller has details after a stunted start to the season. The Cape is trying to capitalize on Corona Sania with a campaign called second Summer, aiming to keep visitors around into mid October. It's a crawl to the finish line for struggling Cape Restaurants like Boo Villas in province town there were slammed by the virus and a halt to work. Is this? Our gross income is almost up to 50% of what it was in our payroll is maybe down. 10%, the owner of the Lobster Trap. Inborn is hoping Sonny evenings will keep his outdoor seating packed past Labor Day and through October this year isn't gonna be a record breaker, but it wasn't his Disastrous as we had forecasted. What happens Come winter is anyone's guess. New restaurants or restaurants that were already struggling, aren't going to be here next year. The co owners of Orleans in say, their phones have been ringing off the hook lately as they attract locals from Boston, New York and New Jersey. White House chief economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the economy is well on its way to recovery. This's just

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Unconscious Bias

Mentally Yours

05:06 min | 5 months ago

Unconscious Bias

"Welcome to into the metric cody case weekly podcast about all things mental health I'm Ellen and that and stay, which has to procure girl well. She's a writer, speaker and behavioral scientists. She's join us on the podcast before twice most recently as a panelist on mentally yours live today. We're going to be talk about her new book sway. So you're joining us today to about a new book, Sway. What made you decide to write this? It's been. Longtime coming it was a combination of academic research I, did which was all about bias and technologies had been thinking about bias, and whose views represented and all the whole notion of power and hierarchy in data and I was working Lawton mapping technologies during my phd now so did that, but then also combination of my personal. Experiences as a woman as a woman of color as a woman in jammed the first IMMU lecture woman lecture appointment in appointed in a engineering department talk, leading engineers wideman the UK just navigating these spaces where you feel like. Sometimes you don't fit in you belong and then you kind of feel like you're part of the two words being almost British, but not quite Indiana, and all those kind of things and racially profiled at some point, having to talk to my twitter about race, but also sexism and misogyny all those things that the expediency your life, but that combined with my academic interest and research interests will interdisciplinary notional. What does bias and how it effects society kind of came together announcer allies that he below talking about a lot about unconscious bias in his working. Working with a number of organizations on diversity and inclusivity for a couple of years, and I was writing about it, but then it kind of was becoming like a trendy word, and people were just using it as a buzzword without really knowing what it means, and so I thought that really needed to know and do a deep dive into were Liamine unconscious by stuff in Detroit me a big crested by the o'briens. Worth is actually breaking down what it is. Yeah, it is a big question, and that's what the whole book is about. But in in brief, an Indus very simplistically, speaking is just biases within us those kind of 'em. Affect Us, our decisions and our judgments people on our interactions. which we sometimes are not aware of or reduced voice them or we don't realize them so so there are some explicit references like I would see I refer such vise, screen, or certain studio very explicit, but then when it comes to certain kind of. Implicit things that we have a template brain that are dependent on things we've learned to live these kinds of learned behaviors, but We don't know often that these are affecting the way of behaving and the decision making so those are our unconscious bias, and how can the book out people to understand their own personal biases and prejudices do what I really wanted to do. In a book is Great. This kind of non-judgmental, very non Peachy, and so a couple of people who read the book like Endless Sania indicate shook line, and and they also said that it's a very non-policy kind of non preachy attitude to to bias because people can get very defensive when you start talking to them or devices, and so I didn't really want to. Stand on my soapbox and talk about it, but in the way that I brought in research and facts and evidence, what functional stories also and combined a lot of different disciplines slowly and enter and kind of innovating accessible manner, I hope that s even region they become more aware of how these vices effect. Decisions and instructions in a way that sometimes we not one, but then it helps them gives them a space to actually start reflecting on, get on buses, and this is what people all the readers were reading. Are telling me that they hadn't you convey lie some things that they come across in the book and they are really becoming a Morterero. The kind of prejudices the might carry without them realizing it things they've learned and also wanted to talk more about not just the racism and sexism, but also Regina biases that you can talk about, but also other kinds of biases, helmeted biases like hindsight bias st to scope is in how we interpret information on how politics autism politics affects our view of the world, and on ageism and accents and also big areas. Technology in bias, really wanted to talk to all these things in we by bringing in as many. Studies personal stories and contemporary case as possible so that people get four fledged you a framework of bias.

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"sania" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

03:46 min | 7 months ago

"sania" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

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"sania" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"sania" Discussed on Gun Talk

"The wacky gun talk after show crews was gathered and there's no telling what they'll say. Oh time we're a bunch of around here because they have to show we talk about stuff and then during we talk about stuff and then you guys kind of catching a theme here. We just kind of talk about stuff. We've got Michelle. GM here ear. Hey guys I was just on facebook. I'm part of a facebook group about Revolvers you got at these private groups that are not open to the public. This is a bunch of revolver folks. I love that album was Beatles. Yes I got it. Okay But they were one of the things and like a lot of our own old gun. Writers Really Border Patrol. People people like that but one of them was say. And you know and you're GonNa love this that three twenty seven federal her. Yeah all about that. I thought that was a hoot because these are folks have I mean these are collectors. They've got a lot of revolvers and all of that and they're Sania package there that whole three twenty seven federal and is is it just a few people to figure that out our general public know that now coming from the guy looking to get a lever action. Hey can order. Thank get a hank. I'm and I would like to get a forty five but even better if I could get a fifty fifty fifty caliber lever X.. With can now that'd be awful. They do have the have you seen the Tactical Lever Actions. Oh No Michelle knows. Yeah Yeah I having taken a very traditional gun in you've missed they've got Pitney Raoul's they've got the Oh you you could put lights and lasers and chainsaws. Yeah and they're black and there are and for some folks that are just really cool. Well if you didn't grow up with John Wayne going. I love this thing you did. You're looking at it and go. Oh why.

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'Wobbly wheel' scam alert issued for Houston; 4 suspects wanted

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

'Wobbly wheel' scam alert issued for Houston; 4 suspects wanted

"The wobbly we'll stand in call someone who pulls alongside you on the highway can it you try to get your pullover Sania wheels coming office as detective Tom Ferguson of the Houston police swindle unit well you're in luck this good Samaritan is also a mechanic we'll show and fell for it can still be all these things that were wrong with the steering wheel and the back wheel on every day and pay the guy forty dollars to fix the issue at least fifty people in the Houston area have fallen for it four of the six suspects involved are still on the run generally an ABC

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"sania" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"sania" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"In an eight oz Sania okay Janice standing those stickiness program are sticking is saying mobile like tequila Morton it's about all M. around here middle do on our own bartenders like a slowly to her father owns a ways should be plenty of a business as a so your stuff is all right last month's agreement came in last night so you can start setting up the mail as soon as you get back don't worry I'll get it up and not worry but time is important he is in your CD prices thanks beautiful be you see maybe that's you top to bottom is okay Sania is plenty okay maybe wanted d'assise Anya I would like Mexico after all Martin I don't know how much going storage about the set up not much so there was a chance for some money and was a little excitement he didn't tell you there might be more than excitement jail maybe or worse imagine it okay then you understand that we got a lease proposition on our hands we got to camp especially with these people they know what we were planning okay what are we planning we struck a rich vein of gold quartz in the remote mountains about twenty miles from here I've got my crew mining as fast as we can before anybody around here finds out about it so the tough part comes in getting out of the country there's a wave of Mexico for Mexicans right now and if we haul in or out of the regular stamping mill in town the government or the state most of the gold I see so you bring me into sort of a small stepping out of the mine and mill the all that right we figure that in the next month we can so sort of maybe a half million dollars worth of free gold and get out quick before anybody gets Weiss half a million dollars yes it will still want to smuggle it out of the country Tom Jones kid.

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"sania" Discussed on Take it or Leave it

Take it or Leave it

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"sania" Discussed on Take it or Leave it

"Boy. Oh boy capping you the heat. It just sucked the soul from my body <hes> yeah i don't why were those words so hard. They were some big ones in there. Are you got consummate good. I was waiting to see if you got consummate right but i messed up the the you know. I was like the what and dude i've been. There's all time out in like sania say nia and then i came to the word i was like nine. In which was i not supposed to have you sat right but yeah <hes> that show was a big piece of pop culture or is what a cool message man like for people so whatever i was gonna say this but i'll just say it now. I don't know whatever <music> but like. I remember when i had kids like my choices because i was a stay at home. Mom and i was like i'll just wait until you get back. Oh now i love how people are commenting commenting now in here. Meredith is so old guys. Stop seriously. I just s- pleased all stop. I'm just i'm not really that old. I just i'm all right. I'm ninety seven. I'm benjamin button bench but they did. You just get that healthy plant based nontoxic cleaning products work and the good ones are actually more enjoyable to us. But where do you start and who do you you trust death. They're the worst that's where grove collaborative comes in with grove. You don't have to shop multiple stores or search endlessly online to get all the natural goods union for you and your family. Hey tiffany. What's your favorite thing about grove. My favorite thing about grove is <hes> <hes> the little okay so they send you like glass bottles.

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Mata Camara, Sania And Rosenberg discussed on WCBS Programming

WCBS Programming

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Mata Camara, Sania And Rosenberg discussed on WCBS Programming

"A Muslim woman who was attacked on a Bronx bus for wearing a hood job says she had to find her own evidence to get the cops attention WCBS's MAC, Rosenberg has details. It happened on a thirty five bus in more Sania may tenth the victim to Mata Camara says first, it was verbal four males. She says she's never seen before

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"sania" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"sania" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Yes to Hugh, you say notice somebody, and you're going to have a big controversy. Just leave the government thorough buildings with the either Gloria. Strike or stapling canning clinic or the nipples playing and that should be the flag too. There you go and as far as east saying make the low, we don't need low distinct common sense. You know, what common says a work at twenty nineteen today. The only way to get anything because you have yet you need some kind of a law because when you have comments, you know, commonsense, again, this seems to be a lack thereof at least a law will give you something to say, look, you can't do this. You know, because then when somebody comes in and says, hey, we want to do this. Sorry. You can't why we have a law Luther doing marijuana, right? Sure. We're going to get legal marijuana or wait a minute. Seventy towns passed a law. We love to have it here. But we have a law. What are you going to do Barry? Thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five John is an old bridge on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, john. Hey, how you doing great to talk to you at Sania Bella. All right where I feel good get them in Baabda call before I could not agree with him more. I think it's I don't I don't think they're that other flex should be flown because hero. Any pushing it down people's the people's minds and everything, and I really do not agree with it. So are you anti-gay? Well, it's okay. I'm just asking. I'm not totally at the gate, but I just do not like, you know, when it's pushed all the time, especially at the children right now, everybody's entitled to their opinion. I don't want anybody to come on and feel that they can't have you know, they should have their opinion. So I mean, I get that John thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five, but my question is what do we do? Here. You want to plant the flag or not plant the flag. If you talking about government buildings, and we're going to do this. Then we're going to have to open it up. So now is you know, with all these different awareness months that we're having all these greeting card things, you know, it's like I said in April came remember me, I know April April is autism awareness month wanna fly that flag. April is donate a.

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"sania" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"sania" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Right. Unless you didn't do it. Right. It's because you're different and you have different circadian rhythms. And you have different everything so follow principles in tune for yourself. And that was the biggest mistake that I made twenty years ago when I was working on on this this seems to work really, well, but guess what? Most people are gonna six four formerly obese almost muscular guy, and all that really matters. And so for me to do the same thing that would work really well for one of my friends from south India, where they have a totally different genetic heritage and different diet that evolved over the course of tens of thousands of. Years they might handle grooms better than I do. Right. And that's okay. And neither one of us is right or wrong. And it's it's that mindset that I think that you carry well in your work, and you've evolved your diet substantially over time based on evidence based on what works where did you start out from a nutritional perspective. Like when you started on Koa dot com and nine hundred seven just walked people listening. How much you've changed impressed by that face Sarpi four when I was in grade school, and I was having margarine on white toast to Hedwig sprinkled with cinnamon sugar. Yes. And then I then I graduated to oatmeal or Quaker Oats or something. And then didn't get much better was definitely low fat my fat intake with solo, admittedly. I have a genetic defect for hemolytic anemia. Call cmih beta Vela Sania. So my cholesterol levels are low. But I got my cholesterol down to seventy five which is bad. That's criminal. That's not bad as criminal. So you know, I didn't it wasn't intentional. It's just an artifact of just following a low fat diet for me. So that was what that was pre med school. But it med school wasn't much different. I didn't really understand this until I was mentored by Rosedale in ninety five to any help me. Appreciate the Ron Rosedale and a physician who's really popularize the insulin concept. So he was one of the first people advocating the importance of insolent because it was he pretty much discovered insulin resistance because it syndrome x right now, no syndrome mix is different different metabolic syndrome so metabolic that's That's what something. I'm thinking. That was I think Gerald raven lose. Okay. Got it. But no, he he's popularized certainly in our community is no question. He was the leader in that. And you know, I was I remember electoral hall with him with like fifteen of us who is just tell explaining splitting insulin worked on a Jane change my approach, and really I started getting much better results in my practice clinically. But, you know, then you just learn more more recent stuff has elected issues that was prom promoted or what widely spread by gunnery and Lexi's were in the bulletproof diet to one of five big things in food. But but they're an important one. You're ahead of the curve. No question. But well before I appreciate it. And now is definitely part of any any strategy. I'm recommend for anyone for the you know question of remove electons. But. What the spec to diet? I think the the Cuna was like relatively recent four years ago or so in real mostly raw and kind of vegetarian ish maybe the way to describe it for while. I think we've all been Ida too. I was vegan for LA Moross, better vegan. But I did believe in raw foods, and I still eat a lot of raw foods, but. You know, it not that. I mean, it's not exclusively raw foods. I think it's there's no not a Cindy cook. Especially some of these vegetables or or to remove the electives is it's really important to do that. Yeah..

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Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh resigns amid scandal

All Things Considered

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh resigns amid scandal

"Catherine Pugh is resigned as the mayor of Baltimore. Her attorney announcing the move by reading a statement on her behalf. Emily solvent. Member station. W Y PR has more the scandal that led to Pugh's political demise began in March when the Baltimore Sun reported that pew sold half a million dollars worth of self published. Children's books to the university of Maryland medical system while she served on its. Governing board pure resigned from that board and said that she did not sell books to any other businesses but healthcare insurance and a prominent businessman among others came forward. They gave the first term democrat hefty checks for books and were later awarded lucrative contracts with the city amid outcry p went on indefinite paid leave on April. First Sania case of pneumonia. The FBI, and I r s rated her home in city hall office weeks

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Tech is helping house cleaners get benefits

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:14 min | 1 year ago

Tech is helping house cleaners get benefits

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA in order to support the show. We need the help of some great advertisers in order to find great advertisers. We need to know a little bit more about you. So please go to pod survey dot com slash tech report. And take a quick anonymous survey that will help us get to know, you a little better that way, we can show advertisers. Just how great our listeners are. Plus once you've completed the survey you can choose to enter for a chance to win one hundred dollars Amazon gift card, terms and conditions apply. Again, that's pod survey dot com slash tech report. Thanks for your help. You're supposed to tip your house cleaner write about kicking into their disability insurance from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy on jed Kim in for. Molly would. Some might consider domestic employees the original gig workers. There are a lot of similarities like intermittent income, and no real safety net is a problem that affects millions of workers like nannies caregivers and housecleaners the national domestic workers Lance is trying to change this. There's something it calls its innovation arm and DWA labs. It's bringing financial tech to domestic workers. It's new platform called Leah directs digital payments towards benefits for housecleaners. Marketplace's Lila Goldstein talked with one user about the platform, alleviate Mahia is a house cleaner in Brooklyn. Her son David is in the third grade and has a lot of school trips in always always he won. I can go with him. It used to be saying, yes, meant losing income. But last year, she went with her son's class to the prospect park zoo and still got paid thanks to a platform called Leah. It helps gig workers like her earned benefits. Like paid time off she pulls up the website on her phone Huma Boya plataforma. The leeann is the Mittel me contra Sania, she logs in chooses the worker option and sees a total dollar amount. It's money clients have contributed specifically for benefits clients select the client option find their house cleaners account and choose whether to give the platform recommends five dollars per cleaning this money can only be used for benefits offered by Leah then go toward or contracts. Didn't they eat thing goals will they be their Mahy is taken out life insurance and accident insurance. She also took to pay days off. Here's how bad stun when a worker reaches one hundred twenty dollars on a Lia. They can trade it in for a prepaid visa card like a lot of financial tech tools. Elliott automates something that can be complicated for workers to do on their own longtime workers advocate Pollock Shah helped develop the Elliott platform. What technology is really doing is in neighboring all. All of these multiple parties coordinating them taking all this transactions. Putting it all in one place, and allowing for the worker to be able to draw down those benefits, and it gives clients a more formal way to contribute to benefits Mahia is already comfortable communicating virtually she rarely sees her clients. She just text them notamment them excluding this. They huddle Yemi Leoneto soda. She gets a key. And they leave her money on the table at first Mahia was a bit embarrassed to leave fliers inviting her clients to use a Leah. But then she thought about all the other types of workers who get benefits oughta Mattingly. You don't think benefits you one the toll moon, though, that I don't know if you've seen us, they a whole ISM benefits us. She thought why not me, but you'll notice way at the net. The Goldstein brought us that story alita currently doesn't offer some really important benefits. No health insurance, no retirement plan. But as the gig economy grows. More workers will be looking for alternative ways to get the benefits. They need. And now for some related links. You may remember that Uber recently settled with drivers in California and Massachusetts for twenty million dollars. The lawsuit raises the question of whether drivers are fully employed as or just contractors the agreement won't end that debate. But it does that an average of about twenty two hundred dollars per driver. In those states NBC reports that the settlement amount is pretty favorable for Uber, which is trying to sign up. Its image ahead of an IPO. Uber has kept the number of lawsuits from drivers down by making it the default that legal disputes, go through arbitration, beware. The wrath of the rideshare driver though. More than twelve thousand have opted to go through arbitration now Hoover foots, the fifteen hundred dollars filing fee, for such cases and Gizmodo calculates that comes to about nineteen million dollars in fees for Uber. There've been several other settlements for the company, but none that would seem to break the Bank after all we're is expecting to be valued at one hundred twenty billion dollars. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Patrick in Santa Cruz. California wrote to us to say marketplace is an essential element in his life. And that we're helping make him smarter through high quality thought provoking and informative journalism to join Patrick and supporting what we do. Please donate online today at marketplace dot org. Thanks to Patrick and all the marketplace. Investors who make our work possible. This marketplace by cast is brought to you by brother investment tank printers. 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"sania" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"sania" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"But then I read your introduction argument, you make here about the actual transmission is actually really compelling. And it was actually so compelling that I've completely changed my mind and accepted your argument at this point because it's really well made when you compare it with the text that's in Saul that we see here. Yeah. The the the argument is simply this that Masha all has nothing to do with book Aerostat all the the Rebecca original of this book of Aerostat will was not written by Masha Allah. He had nothing to do with it. It was written by an older astrologer that we believe lived in the six hundred's, maybe the end of the Sania empire. The Persians named all under cigar, and many people might have heard that name. Oh, unders gar without really having read much by him. 'cause allegedly not much exists. What I'm are. Arguing is that. No what I translated as the book of Aerostat oil that is by all under cigar. And one of the reasons I give lots of reasons in the book, and one of the reasons is that Saul in about eleven passages quotes all under cigar. And it is word for word from the book of Aristotle. So that in itself up ends claim that Pingree made from any decades. But it's also fascinating because it opens up a new window into what were the older Persians up to know, they up they must have had, you know, access to retorted us by other means a not from the office of Edessa. Yeah. An image. There's this whole rich history and tradition of astrology in Persia from the third century through the seventh or eighth century that we know so little about because so many of the Persian texts were lost. But now we see some of the traces of that coming through with works that actually may have survived but weren't recognized as such until until now. Yeah. Yeah. Until we had until someone would have translated this book of Saul's. No, one would have noticed the repeated references that all Andrea gar says this, and it straight up out of the straight up the book of Aerostat there is absent the thing is also that Saul is constantly quoting Masha, Allah..

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"sania" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"sania" Discussed on KTRH

"One three eight one one couple of questions kind of having a left field. But in thinking about them, and there's really no perfect way to insert them into the program. This guy Machado is a great baseball player. He just signed a contract with Sania go three hundred million dollars for ten years. By my calculation that averages out the thirty million a year. Now if Kamala Harris or Elizabeth Warren or any of the Marxist for running a any of these these leagues. How could you pay one guy thirty million three hundred million over ten years when other guys running much less than that? That's not fair is it, Mr. producer. Well, you might say well now, well, they perform they bring in a lot more money. Well, that's exactly how capitalism works. That's how business works some businesses. Make a lot more money than others some fail. Some succeed beyond one's imagination. Is that fair? We just heard from a. Doc that any dollar over ten million dollars should be taxed at seventy to ninety percent. So should Machado's dollars beyond ten million dollars twenty million dollars a year be taxed at seventy to ninety percent. What do you think he would think about that? Now, I asked this question because liberalism is widespread in sports. Athletics. The players the sportscasters even many of the owners, not all flow, more conservative. But some of them, you know, it's very loose views morals at least one of them. But anyway, so my question is. Many of these team members and so forth. They won't go to the White House. Many of them claim to be liberal many of them who claim to be social Justice wars, though. I don't see a hell of a lot of that. What about this? When the rubber hits the road when it affects your finances. Do you agree that every dollar after their first ten million? You earn should be taxed at seventy to ninety percent Diaz agree with a wealth tax, which is what's being pushed to that? Everything you've earned a certain percentage of that should be taken by the federal government each and every year. What do you say LeBron? Do you agree with that? Of course, they would never agree to that. Why is sports untouchable? But every other part of our society is not we have these rich people who while we have rich football players baseball player, especially basketball yet guys making forty forty five million dollars a year. Now, I don't begrudge it. I could care less. I don't can't they make four billion dollars a year. I mean, if they put the league out of business, that's not my problem. But I'm saying. For all these social Justice warriors. Is it a problem? By the way, I'm very excited about so it's been a very tough six or eight months around the Levin household greatly. As I've told you. But there's something I'm very excited about I am ninety percent done. My book I've had to stop writing it for a period of time. But I will write it about three in the morning three thirty in the morning. After a brief break after my radio program. I'll write it all weekend long. If I'm here. I'm ninety percent done. This is not a heavy book in terms of philosophy. It's not a heavy book in terms of. You know? What I'm trying to say is it's kind of flow very easily just like liberty and tyranny. And I think you're gonna love it. Because it does apply to what's going on today. And it has history sprinkled in with current events sprinkled in with some philosophy sprinkled in. I I really think you're gonna love this book. I can't I'm not allowed to say anymore. I know it's ridiculous. And the reason they don't want to say anymore because there's so many backbenchers out there. I can't even give you the title yet. And the title is very exciting. It's very cool. I CoCo now. I'm just kidding. He already wrote his book. But it is a very very exciting book. I actually very much enjoyed working on it to the extent. I can enjoy anything the last six months. And after this program, I'm going to grab a bite, and then I'm going to get right back to it. And I think those of you who are interested in getting my books. I think you're going to be. You're gonna find it not only really interesting, you're gonna learn a lot, and it'll be applicable to what's going on today. That's all I'm allowed to I can't say anymore. Don't be mad.

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"sania" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"sania" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Urologist. Michael Sania, just a cold dry. It's going to be cold Andrey around the tri-state area or early this morning. Vicky under partly to mostly cloudy skies can't rule out a snow flurry in one or two spots. But most of the area, we'll be dry overnight. Low twenty nine degrees in central park for later today with a mix of clouds and sunshine, high of forty four Thursday night, partly to mostly cloudy, low thirty nine then for Friday, mostly cloudy and milder, we'll have some rain showers around especially in the afternoon. High fifty five Saturday, cloudy and colder with some snow or flurries possible in the afternoon, high near forty remaining cloudy and cold Sunday with a chance for snow late in the day or at night, high thirty-seven a chilly day on Monday with some sunshine and high thirty nine currently Vicky. We have partly to mostly cloudy skies thirty four in central park down to low twenty nine early this morning. The Justice department will investigate freezing conditions during several days of a power outage at Brooklyn's federal lockup. I couldn't believe that. Ditch was happening in America congresswoman Nydia Velazquez says what inmates went through at the metropolitan detention center last month is a violation of human rights temperatures in some cells in the jail plummeted because of a faulty boiler as temperatures outside struggled to reach the teens in New York City. We took a thermometer to measure the temperature somewhere else where. Fifty nine degrees like seventy.

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"sania" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"sania" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"No, you first place. You bring in the clock down second place. You could have set your your offense a little bit more to play weren't. I know. Greatness minutes. I know, but I just I it wasn't like I was screaming at the time. Like what what are you doing? Now, I was all four it. I was like I was upset because I was reading what are you doing? And then that happened. And I'm like, I just thought you needed to just you had time you got foles. He so good down there. They're scared to death. You don't want to leave any time. It didn't make any Russian. It just seemed like I'll give you foles can be damned good down here. But falls was awful for mostly that game. If he's going to he's going to be good Sania an eagles hadn't even scored a field goal signed on. And I guess you think you have him on the run. Maybe you catch him. But I was like what it just preoccupied with scoring since I hadn't thought you had a better chance to score feared settled down a little bit. Just you had. It was all working in your favor. It was everything was going like it was supposed to go and play just dropped the ball. And you didn't drop the ball because the play was. Yeah. I think they all expected. They were gonna go to the two minute warning. I like what are you can do? I just I just know what I was doing thinking, what are you doing? Now. I was I was completely the other way. I was thinking God. Please don't his exactly what I was thinking. Please don't have eleven seconds left for breeze after you get. And I have confidence in Doug Peterson had all Sean caught that ball, then he would have went to that method. Get there. 'cause you're you're not even in the red zone yet. You haven't scored all stinking day liner Reeser doesn't make it. Does. It does. If you're head coach having scored the whole game scored since five minutes gone in first quarter. Yeah, you're telling me you have confidence out of the blue that you're going to score there. Yeah. 'cause it's Nick foles because I think the magic of work. I actually thought it was gonna work. Bill. Go home like this too. Good to be true. It's going to happen was a fifty two yard and play just before the to push them back. Like, it's like this is going to happen again. Sure. Look, but I'm not gonna blame it on that. In fact, that he dropped the ball dropped the ball. And he's on the ground is like it's just played out. Just. It was it was. But it's a lot to ask to go down there. We had leaders everything was going that thinly when they did that. And I'm like, oh, man. They're scared and they knew they had. And then they got a big penalty against them to call a p touchdown back. I'm like, whoa. It's gonna happen. They got lucky that Brandon Graham, just in a formidable stupid call that was when they first made it was what are you guys? Don't wanna scream on Graham that hard because he made the play. Oh, yeah. It was a great play balls squiggle down, man. Well, who knows what with that quarterback? They are what they would have pulled off. Anyway, I mean, those guys that's a damn good team that. Well, panic at all I had a caller hours ago, and I might have came down too hard on this. But. He said, well, you know, that's what happens when when you let a team like the saints saints hang around and they went led a team like the saints. Hang around the best team in football. Yes. Yeah. You should never let the Bengals hanging around. Anyway. Yeah. But you can't say that you're letting saints hanging around you give them three seconds. And they were going to me. It was just it was a it was a just a great game seat. I mean, the whole thing was just every everything this season, by the way breeze turns forty tomorrow. God tomorrow. He turns forty so you got quarterbacks in the playoffs. Still that are in their forty two of cheese. And then yeah, the home. Yeah. You got. Wow. That's amazing. That's amazing. And I said this about football because the pads and a helmet. That doesn't look any different than me. Then when he was thirty. The ad when he does the no with the helmet off. I say well now, it's the same even then. He's got that ad with a credit card. Kept running. You have a good day today already. They're the big daddy Graham. Let me talk to you about my dentist. Dr Craig Don cherry hill, route seventy if you come from Philly, you go a little bit past Springdale. And he's right there on the right hand side. I've been gone Dr Don now for over twenty years. So listen to me, this is not just some commercial read a day came to me. Dr Don didn't say we would love their sponsor your program, and they've had wild success with it. And for good reason, they do great work. And I know for a fact they do because when I had all that radiation thirty three of them down my throat, my Jefferson doctors told me that my teeth. 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George H W Bush remembrance

Between The Lines

07:44 min | 2 years ago

George H W Bush remembrance

"Era. It's usually intended as a criticism, isn't it? However in the case of George H W Bush, America's forty first president and father of his forty third is really a compliment. Bush senior was the last president to grasp the complexities of foreign policy my judgement. He represented fiscal discipline that helped to merica on the path back to balanced budgets. Moreover, he was by temperament a man of the middle in what has become an age of increasing Audie logical polarize action. He's a Wall Street Journal editorial this week, quote, a gentleman in a culture growing cruder by the Bush also had a regime. Unlike today's creep hall, Titians ninety pollen, and what will to oilman special envoy to China. UN ambassador. CI direct congressman Voss president president. Well, someone who called the historical significance of George Bush Sania early on is my next guests nearly two decades ago. Jonathan rash wrote a cover story for the new Republic. Back then Washington's leading liberal political magazine and the toddle father superior out greatest. Modern president Jonathan is the author of the happiness cove, and it's a great pleasure to welcome back to between the lawn high. They Jonathan hi, Tom. It's great to be back. When Bush was president in nineteen Ninety-three. He had no shortage of critics liberals dismissed him as a wimp intellectuals ridiculed his sentence fragments and jumbled Syntex and even conservative detested him for not just Rausing, Texas. But losing to Bill Clinton why? Then you write Bussan Holly. Bush was a problem solver if not for him Ronald Reagan's presidency would have looked like a semi failure and Bill Clinton might well have failed. He cleaned up the messes that Reagan left behind and he left a healthy situation for Bill Clinton to build on. And he got punished for doing it kind of typical of his generation and the kinds of constructive attitudes. That they had voice nine is a foreign policy president. And of course, he's price full. He's handling of the collapse of the Soviet Union yet at the time Bush was widely criticized for not embracing democracy. National self-determination. Bush was a man of restraint. And of course, he was ridiculed for that wouldn't be prudent and so on, but he turned out to be right? He was very careful. Not to rub the Russians face in the collapse of the Soviet empire. Give them room to adjust. And in fact, ending the Cold War with Germany and NATO was darn near miraculously batter. For example, said don't even try it. It can't be done and same thing with the economy. He was careful not to go overboard with stimulus. He understood that it was too late in nineteen ninety two. He was careful not to invade Iraq. And occupy Baghdad he knew that that would be a disaster again. And again, he proved his critics wrong. It's interesting because after the US lead victory in the Persian Gulf, though, many critics poll Koetting alpha prime minister was one among many who expressed disappointment at the failure to finish Saddam off boosting Cup that Chris. After recite invited Iraq Diddy. No, that's that's exactly right. And it's you know, it's not just at the man was cautious. You know, this kind of negative virtue of caution. He also had the positive virtual being able to Wade into these very complicated difficult situations. And somehow get the problem solved. He brokered a compromise. That broke the back of the US federal budget deficit made possible balanced budget surpluses a few years later, he did that working with Republicans and Democrats it cost him the support of his party. But it was a huge thing. He sold the savings and loan crisis, which was the biggest financial meltdown until the one in two thousand very very serious very dangerous. We've forgotten about it, probably Australians don't even know about it because he solved it. So well, he dealt with the open source Nicaragua which Reagan had left one thing after another. He would just go in and deal with it. Like a grownup guesses. Jonathan rash from the Brookings Institution in Washington. He's also the. Oh, throw the happiness cove. We had a segment Ilia this year on that subject. And which about the great modern US president, George H W Bush who died last weekend at I ninety four John you obviously prize Bush's prudence and pragmatism. How does he compare to say he's Republican successes there? There are a whole bunch of them. I think of the new Gingrich revolutionaries who want to slash the size and the scope of the federal government. The George W Bush Neo conservatives who want to democratize the world, and they were the Trump populists America first and all that how does Bush saying compay to his successes. He's so different in so many ways home where does we're just going to be getting the first thing to say that he could not be elected dogcatcher. I mean, I mean literally he would not be a serious candidate for high national office. He would be considered. What's what's known over? Here is a rhino or Republican in name only. So first of all the difference is temperamental. He was not a populous. He was not elitist. He was someone who understood that he was fortunate and believed in giving back he valued expertise he valued wisdom. He was in fact, his own secretary of state working the phones, and he understood that there was no substitute for knowledge. He had deep experience in government, something Republicans now reject it turns out now that in both parties in the US even more Republicans than Democrats experiences seen as disqualification because it makes you part of the swamp. Okay. Quick quick quick Chris Christian for whom did George H W Bush vote for in two thousand sixteen. Well, I don't know that we know that. But we know he didn't vote for Donald Trump. Yeah. I read. Well, that's true. But I believe he actually voted for Hillary Clinton any sun abstained fest nodding. Yeah. We'll fascinating d I mean, he much more resemble Hillary Clinton someone else who comes along with a deep resume in government and lots of proven skills, but is not a very good campaigner not good at connecting has many of the same faults. A well what about sense of decency? Let's get your reaction to the hand risen letter that Busse ride for his successor and opponent Bill Clinton. This was on the die of the January twenty nine ninety three inauguration, by the way, I happen to attend that inauguration as one of the best moments of my life. This is an NPR voice. I've dear Bill when I walked into this office. Just now I felt the same sense of wonder in respect that I felt for years ago. I know you will feel that too. I wish you great happiness here. I never felt the loneliness some presidents have. -scribed? There will be very tough times made even more difficult by criticism. You may not think is fair. I'm not a very good one to give advice, but just don't let the critics discourage you or push you. Of course, you will be our president. When you read this note, I wish you well. I wish you family will your success now is our country's success. I'm rooting hard for you. Good luck. George George W Bush's handwritten leaded to his opponent and successive Bill Clinton on the day of the transfer of power in non Hain Ninety-three. That was an MP voice of Jonathan Rashleigh. It's a beautiful notice and it and

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"sania" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"sania" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Is how this great compromise of eighteen sixty seven with the Hungarians rather than strengthening and retrenching it actually desperately weaken the monarchy because it creates it exacerbated the nationality problems that had already been quite sharp before eighteen sixty six but they became much sharper after eating. Sixty six because of this compromise with Hungarian, basically eastern Austria, the part that was taken over by the Hungarians as part of this great compromise of eighteen sixty seven was Hungary's minority. The majority in eastern in eastern Austria, this area called translate Sania area East River where slobs and Romanians and Hungarians where you know, about a little less than fifty percent over there, and the and and the majority were slobs and Romanian and so the Hungarians ruled eastern Austria. With an iron hand, they insisted on on Burien in schools and churches public office administration. They enfranchised only seven percent of the population. You had to be a wealthy educated. Magyari Hungarian in order to be elected to parliament or even to vote for deputies to parliament. So you had millions of Slovaks Ukrainians Romanians really chafing under this very hard Hungarian regime in the eastern half. And the western half was. There was more concern for cultural and language rights, but you still had a German master nationality. It most of western Austrian and the far flung outposts of.

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J Brown - Yoga, Healing and Wholeness

The Flow Artists Podcast

03:23 min | 2 years ago

J Brown - Yoga, Healing and Wholeness

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"sania" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"sania" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"All right. Glad you shirt. For me tens of billions of years. The Rush Limbaugh. This joke over here. That's what the platform it didn't work. Don't touch. But I don't want that. I'm going to get arrested. Oh, he'll beat me. Silence me. And then he says, you're not gonna sound merica and then it's no wrestler, a hundred. No, but he's a what is all right. So all I hear is he deny Sania right? Is that him? That's Alex Jones, right? What does he have anything that's sensible Klay like, you know, when you if you use an avocado and you're only gonna eat half of it, leave the pit in the other half and put that because of lasts longer with the pit and one of his platforms does that one that I could be swayed if there's some super pragmatic side of him as well as only know for the sensational stuff, Virgil stuff, not the practical stuff. Yeah. Like, you know, when you're using some cream in your coffee and your down to just a little bit at the end of the get the good glass bottle with the whole cream in it. Yeah, dump a little hot coffee in its swish it around and then dump that in your coffee get every last drop. That cream out of that you watch info wars if that's part of his platform than I could somewhat agree with some of the stuff. But if it's all just denial of school shootings, life hack wars, they're, they're pretty outrageous. I'm looking for something someone reason while you do that, here's the very tail and last exchange as as Marco taps out of this conversation very mature. Everybody. Talk a little Fred boys, so cool Back to your bath. bath bath, some bath house rumors frat boys hanging out bad houses. How much of an early release would you want from a life sentence if you had to have sex with Alex Jones to get out. Wow. That was your key out was having sexual Alex Jones. Well, at least if you had sex with him and he told everyone, no one would believe him through see that going for you. We used to do a kind of spin that we'll which is like the half the wheel, Brian. You tell me who your favorite celebrity crushes. Carson Palmer, Carson Palmer, and the other one is Alex Jones, and you've got to know Natalie Portman Eliza. Milano youth. All right. Listen, Milano when she was fourteen now. That's all I'm saying is I think it is on k a Rockville years ago. Would you split it down the middle? And most people go now because fifty fifty chance could land on Alex Jones and Elissa Milano and then he all right. What if we did like a seventy thirty like piece of that pie was just Alex Jones has you're never gonna get on their shot. Alyssum Alonzo and also at a point if his pie gets small enough could argue, it's kind of God's will. For him. You know what I mean? It's in the cars you would have had it anyway. Yeah, I we bring that back. Most people don't do the fifty fifty spin, but they will do it once it starts getting into the sixty five to seventy five zone. Because you again, you have to pick your at a casino and you kind of picked that. We'll just one quarter of that pies, Alex Jones, the res- all list Malala John John was your risk comfort level, basically, thirty percent chance, whatever it is. We have a wheel here. What we can do that I could also work with insurance companies that underwrites the blue line hockey goal into the mouse hole thing with put the put the plywood in front of the goal. And the guy Schick tennis shoes gets out there on a pizza astroturf in like hits it from the blue line. And it goes into the four inch wide thing. She wins a million bucks, but companies ensure that they underwrite it would pay them fifty thousand dollars. And you go, wow, that's a lot of money. But yeah, you can't afford a million and you're basically saying, I'll give you a fifty just spin Alex Jones wheel. But if it lands on our Jones, you gotta suck them on, you know, I mean, maybe study five k. I don't know. You got to see about you wanna pay that company. And then obviously it's the pie gets a little smaller..

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"sania" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"sania" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Protect your job we've seen these. Cases where it's no vaccinations no medicine no information and I hope in those cases it's easy to judge it. Gets, a little bit tougher I I've been conflicted before, like the, doctor said. About whether doctors offices should fire the parents for their. Decision because what are you then. Doing I I have a tough time of that w if I'm gonna put other kids, in harm's way when they're in the. Process of getting fully vaccinated while someone is going to be defying in his not listen to me I. Think it's a very dangerous situation, I think that's the biggest problem that we're seeing is that one person's decision is then affecting so many so what Choose to not. Vaccinate your children and then keep them in a bubble and, I'm not saying that there have not been stories of kids who have been who have been their parents have chosen to not vaccinate them and they've lived completely normal. Lives the unfortunate side of it as we know what. Happens when a child who not immunized gets around other children and how quickly those things. Spread and you hear the stories at. Children with debilitated immune systems children who have cancers who can't go out, to school or candle out in public because their immune system has been. Degraded, and these children than put them at risk and it's just it's almost like a ticking time bomb and there are people out there who pray and individuals who don't have as much information you are cruel when you, do this if you wanna present the. Side and have other people present the counter but to individuals who don't have access to as much information. And you Put this out as if it is a given that. Is borderline criminal if not criminal let me get to a couple more a couple, more texts here one size does not fit all parents choice, without a question somebody talking about. The flu shot never gets the flu shot where people get sick there are people do that I get the flu shot I feel better getting. The flu shot people talking about the rabbit holes that are, out there not Sania musicians or one percent for sure the cause autism but you can't say it's one percent not the cause I'm saying for my child it was. Not I'm saying the over over overwhelming amount of evidence. Says it is not Andrew Wakefield has been debunked he is a frog he is a. Scam artist I go with top credible. People find me a top credible person who buys this in it's backed, by science and I'm willing to look at it thirty four past one It all starts with..

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"sania" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"sania" Discussed on Revision Path

"On line so different sania some i have a website called for young dot com which i have to update but for his dot com was mine attempts at trying to create a set of links for almighty retype boundaries my individual zayn shops the classical larger design jobs as well as keep tabs on in my colleagues in various schools of higher learning i have to update it but i think for jim dot com might actually be a good source for for designers looking to get inspiration from global collection of people so policies of links to broken it's going to be updated soon but i think that's by one of the better indications of what i'm interested in us who think that played pretty soon on there's a lot of work that's going to be out in august of this year from abon that i think will be will be pretty easy to see all right sounds good will forest john thank you so much for coming on the show there's so much that you talked about and covered i really don't even know where to start using when i wrap up these these interviews i say oh well we talked about this this this i mean we talk about everything from mesh networks to critique at design schools and everything it really is is i think i think people can really tell that you're very passionate about design not just where it's at but where it can go into the future of course you teach a course on future design but i can tell that with the work that you're doing wolf olins that you're really trying to push not just designed for but just push like the culture and the language of design forward into you know kind of this new era so i really appreciate the work that you're doing and thank you for coming on the show an absolute pleasure murray's thank you me and that's it for this week big thanks to force young and thanks to you for listening you could find out more about forest and his work for the links and the show notes at revision cast dot com also thanks as always to our sponsors facebook design glitch design and meal chip facebook designers work on creative products that are used by.

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"sania" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"sania" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Dot com sonia ring content and wins and more sania the brock's news 1205 now the latest on but menendez let's go live to newark intented woods reporter blunt shock glenn uh john a pretty dramatic dramatic development again i apologise are actually just seeing some of us chairman and as his team going in the corum was tell you what barack i note came in from the jury to the judge about eleven thirty this morning center as came back here to court from his office he just a couple of blocks away and then the drama the jury saying they're still deadlocked and all of these eighteen counts john every single one they say they are unable to reach a verdict in this case or the defences and center menendezes immediately calling again for a miss trial and it appears at this is the direction were headed above the judge william wall saying that he wants a good now with the jury four men and interview them as to what's been firing in the jury room in these last couple of days so again the big development hero at the jury is saying they cannot reach a verdict on any of these eighteen counts at they're still deadlocked that they're hopelessly deadlocked in fact and senator menendez wants amiss trial the judge now we'll see what the jury foreman we'll keep you updated glenn chuck tent and winds live at newark federal court which news time twelve six fifty four degrees mostly sunny in new york we are going near fifty seven in midtown today the complete accuweather 4day forecast coming up in a matter of minutes warmer nfl player has been confirmed as the first living patient to be diagnosed with ct researchers don't name the player with the degenerative brain disease but the lead author tell cnn the patient was fred mcneil spent twelve seasons with the.

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"sania" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sania" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"International is done quite well this year um you know so if you haven't and ashia might be saying welsh is that's done quite well maybe as to trim some of those gains before goes down right um and you know last few years international hasn't done as well so that's you know you might be sania self last year why only international at why am i in international but you know what i say to my clients just because it's down this year what could be the best performer next year in the best performer last year could be the one down the shia like the midcap on the smallcap so that's why you want to have a little bit of everything right i'm just got going through we have a quite a few questions this week so so when we get to our questions of course it's so relatable to what so many people are going through the same type of concerns that people have so i as we're talking about the market right now me on hand you this question shore i do you believe with all the growth in the market now is a good time to reduce stock holdings and rebalance i i have investments with a financial planner but he doesn't do anything in my accounts unless i call or meet with them from listening to your show it seems like you talk about doing this on a regular basis so good question right probably listen you know it while the he said he said he does listen yeah so you're you know when you deal with a broker for the richest representative a brokerage firm that type of relationship is a more v meeting or a conversation before any changes are made to your portfolio so uh that would be a phone call to him or her and saying hey i want to sell a little bit of this and by a little bit of that a lot of times it might be do it yourself investors but they want to broker just to do the transactions i wanna by coca cola i wanna so coca cola.

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