35 Burst results for "Sanjay"
"sanjay" Discussed on Rusted Culture Podcast
"Dr sanjay gupta look back now. I'm not saying cnn's the paragon of news. Nor am i sang fox. News is the same All of them you have to listen to and you have to make up your own mind but don't come through with a little clip that you've twisted and contorted and make it look like cnn. Doesn't know what the hell they're doing. Because i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna buy that now. As i mentioned i will. I'm telling you that all of this. Joe rogan has done was cleverly orchestrated by joe rogan. And as we know. Joe rogan came down with cova d- somewhere around september first. He came out in told everybody that he had cova de he was taking a variety of things. You know for cove it. And i do have to be very careful about what i say about. Different things here folks. Because one of the videos that i that still out there on my podcast than i did on youtube it got knocked out by youtube. Okay and it's still out the you know the podcast and i'm talking about is still out there. It's on pandora. Stitcher tune in. You know all of that stuff apple but youtube pulled it down. Because they made the contention that it was medical misinformation which is totally something that i'm not ever known for. There is nothing. If not the truth. And i'm going to bring people out there in. It's certainly is not going to be medical misinformation. And like i said you can listen to it yourself. I'm certainly not here to peddle anything but the the regular things that we're aware of that are prescribed by a doctor. And i encourage people to listen to their doctor but they took it down so i've got to be very careful here because i'm not sure. Where youtube draws the line or quite frankly you know what what their end game is either. I just don't know so rather than run afoul of that here folks Let's just suffice to say. The joe rogan got kovic somewhere around september first and. He says he's taken some of these different things. Most of which. I didn't recognize by the way but one of the things that he didn't do. Joe rogan did not ever come out and tell us that he was taking anything prescribed by a doctor. And that's key to this whole discussion. Not once did joe rogan. Come out and say that he was taking something that was prescribed by a doctor. Now personally like everybody else in the real world the sanity. Portion of the real world the same portion. I take things that are prescribed by. My doctor always have always will. I'm lucky enough to be an knock on wood good medical condition and i'm not taking a darn thing except a little caffeine every now and again which you've undoubtedly seen me do on the show here so keep all of that in mind. When i'm playing this clip to you from charlie kirk. Who's been on youtube for quite some time. He's one of those talks a lot. Kinda guys conservative. Yes radical republican. And he makes it. Seemed like it's a it's a slam dunk. That cnn lied folks. And i want you to listen to his clip. Right here is podcast. Discussion sanjay gupta. It's incredible because maybe sanjay gupta thought that they were going to have a nice little conversation about why people need to wear masks. I don't know what he was thinking. Going on. joe rogan show. Joe is mad and good for joe. Joe rogan ask sanjay gupta. Visit bother you that. Cnn lied about me. Cut fifty five. Does it bother you..
"sanjay" Discussed on Rusted Culture Podcast
"So today i wanted to talk about this interview. That joe rogan did Just a couple of days ago. This interview that he did with dr sanjay gupta. Now dr sanjay gupta as we know is one of the main doctors on cnn. They quote him all the time they bring them in for pieces where the knowledge of medical doctor is required. He knows his stuff all right. He's no dummy and they brought him i. I'm gonna content here folks. I'm going to tell you that. Joe rogan ambushed sanjay. Dr sanjay gupta on his show for nothing more than blowing. Something up in trying to twist something around on cnn. And i'm gonna show you how he actually tried to pull this off and what the media is kind of gobbling up right now. All the little soundbite to their gobbling up and saying boy. That sure is a takedown. Joe rogan shirt took down. Dr sanjay gupta in made cnn. Look bad in. If that was the case. I'd i'd be like okay. Great yeah okay. That's what happened but folks. I've looked at it. I've listened to it. And i'm going to show you what i listen to and you can make your own decision up but that's no takedown when you when you bend the reality by taking just a little subset of a conversation and you try to make that into something that it's not. I've got a problem with that. And that's why. I pushed back against these people because they try to use it to gain traction to gain momentum for their wacko radical right ideas. This is just one of the ways that they build that bridge to try to convince people in the way that they do. It is through stuff like this. Where they they tried to take something. They tried to bend it. Make it look like something that you should believe in and therefore all of the crap that they say is therefore credible so they build this little bits of confidence you know as they go along here so the one thing about this is. He talked to dr sanjay gupta for three hours. Joe rogan did and. I'll be darned if i can find that anywhere out there on the web. So you know. I think that. They're withholding the main clip. Because they don't want you to see that it wasn't quite what he turned into. I think it's all a concoction. I think it's their devising ways here to try to spin this folks that that. Somebody's gotta talk about. Somebody's gotta talk about all. You see these little clips on hannity tucker you know all those regular suspects all you see. Are these little clips that make cnn..
Joe Rogan Grills Sanjay Gupta Over CNN's COVID-19 Coverage
"Joe Rogan had CNN's medical correspondent on his podcast the other day, Sanjay Gupta, and he just eviscerated the guy. Because she and in lied about Rogan, Rogan got COVID as so many people have. Heck, I'm waiting for my positive test. I swear it's a miracle I haven't gotten it yet. And maybe it's my weekly Ivermectin. I don't know, maybe it's not. Maybe I've just got I've been lucky. Maybe the vaccination? I'm waiting to get back by antibodies test. I'll tell you what it is, just so you know, 'cause I'm curious about if a march Johnson & Johnson vaccine gave me sufficient antibodies here in mid October. I don't know. So I'm curious about all of it. But I'm also just fascinated by the way hydroxychloroquine. Ivermectin, I guess, Regeneron, are the monoclonal antibodies controversial? Are people arguing about that? If a doctor prescribes a medication to you, why does anybody else outside of your life care what your doctor prescribes to you? Why? It's gonna make him be crazy. Anyway, Rogan gets doctor Gupta on and says, hey, uh, Sanjay. Why did your network lie? And they did, they pretended that Rogan was taking a horse dewormer. You see there's Ivermectin, I guess that is available from veterinarians veterinarians that are for de warming animals. That's not the same Ivermectin that comes in typically three milligram doses that are human consumption. An anti Parrish antiparasitic drug that studies have shown can be effective with COVID. And there's a debate about that, I guess, and there's other studies that say it's not. I mean, okay, what do you care when I put in my
Joe Rogan Forces Dr. Sanjay Gupta to Admit CNN Shouldn't Have Called His COVID Treatment 'Horse Dewormer'
"Yet our country is controlled by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and BioTech, and therefore we're not even allowed to have a conversation about Ivermectin, but the few people that are free speech warriors like Joe Rogan he does not let up cut 55 and then we'll go through all three cuts here and this is by the way, if you have not listened to this podcast discussed with Sanjay Gupta, it's incredible. Because maybe Sanjay Gupta thought that they were gonna have a nice little conversation about why people need to wear masks. I don't know what he was thinking. Going on Joe Rogan's show. Joe is mad. And good for Joe, Joe Rogan as Sanjay Gupta, does it bother you that CNN lied about me? Cut 55. Does it bother you that the news network you work for? Out and out lied. Without right lied about me taking horse dewormer. They shouldn't have said that. Why did they do that? I don't know. You didn't ask? I didn't think there was a guy over there. I didn't ask. I should have asked glee. No. I watched. Gorgeous. I want to frame that because Joe's Joe's because we see this little shriveling of a weak human Sanjay Gupta. I should have asked. I don't know. You understand that these media reporters have never been called out before? I think Sanjay Gupta was there to promote a book. I don't think it's doing very well after that. I know, I think he has a new book like COVID COVID war zero or something. I really think it's called World War COVID. I think that's the name of the book. And so CNN he's the medical guy there, and so Joe says, you're the medical guy there. What do you mean?
Italian Grand Prix Qualifying Report
"Asked me stop for one second sprint qualifying race experiment from fast place ahead of lewis hamilton. As mercedes dominated. Friday evening qualify at the italian grand prix. Hamilton's taizhou rival. Max chapman qualified fad for the sprint race. Which was set on base for on regret but finish my office seconds adrift of batas within benefiting from a newly fitted fresh engine for the weekend. Which will require him to solve a grid penalty for sunday's grand prix. Norris finish bull faucets funded by teammate. Daniel recall doing faith and guiseley in sixth call. Assigns union made a late improvement. Jump ahead of ferrari. Teammate shall apply and key three with like grappling with an intimate engine braking problem throughout key one and key to sanjay paris qualified. Pay nine in his red bull. While amaze antonio juvenile sea made it through to q three for the second consecutive race this time on home soil with the italian driver rounding out the top
Don't Burst My Allen-Florial Bubble
"I don't want to be told that i don't want to be told by anyone that i can be excited for greg allen in estimate flory al and the spark and the fact that the team looks completely different. I don't want anybody harshly my pillow. I definitely don't want anybody telling me Doing deep statistical dives about how giancarlo stanton actually when good over the past month. And a half. I don't want to know that. I don't really care to discuss that. Second extra base hit since Maybe maybe your tweet woke him up. I don't know but extra-base hits since may seventh. I don't think that's a reason to rub anybody's face The twitter verse otherwise. But i mean what's good for stanton good for sanjay's i love the yankees but the team objectively looks completely different than it did a couple of days ago. The one person that we have not gone chance to see. I mean there are multi. Of course chris gittens as a sore kills. Of course trae amburgey hurt himself running out a double play ball. Of course tim makassar. Who like slammed into a wall and tours as yell never stops for these people and so we're you know we're going to enjoy what we have while we have it because you never know how long it's gonna last
"sanjay" Discussed on Unhinged and Bumbled up
"I had with someone a dating app and that person ended up becoming a friend of mine and i think it went Remember the specific but it went off on some long tangent. That was the for. And i knew immediately that person i can hang out with even if it doesn't go anywhere and that's already strong kind of indicate the at that does actually mommy of one other key piece of advice that we give which put the effort in that you expect back so if someone asks you how your day is you. Don't just go. yeah it was okay. How was your because you just does not great effort so explain how your day was. What did you do what you know. Give some emotion to give some details of it because that's what you want from them as well because if they come back with yeah it was all right. That's a conversation does thanks out onto the next match. A second his co. final thoughts basically we take a look back in and we each pick. Something that will take away from it all something that we want the part of the show where we look the episode and we see what we've taken away from it so what we've learned or a little bit of insider knowledge that we've gained so sanjay since you our guest Let's you'll find for. I think i think my final thoughts despite all of the things that we've talked about you know about how frustrating how bad you know on monday can be. I want people to be hopeful this. It's it's not all bad nepad. The reasons i was saying things like could try and take bureau initiatives to control anything. That you can't control is that it can really can help you. And i do not by anyone who says now online day. It's terrible it's it's it's what you make of it and i think it's it's only gonna get better because the like i said a lotta the dating apps that exist one design for relationships and that it is now you know getting bigger and getting better and so it will only get better and i think there's lots and lots of things to help be helpful especially now things are opening up so just remember to enjoy it and be safe. Take care of yourselves but be nice to others as well. A make dating citing again. That's that's getting better. Yes make dating. Better says the tagline. What's your final thoughts. And be aware. But i may copied like. Oh she what you were saying about chasing the relationship much so actually. The ultimate goal being to create meaningful connection with not just to get on matches and be street co arenas palpable. What she said. I think my final is the fats of Quality over quantity because we also busy day today lives by having ten fifteen people to chat say you never gonna get round to it and the fact that you all can think more about. Is this person right for me or you know is this conversation. Going anywhere is not than let. Let's replace this person with another match like getting rid of all the time wasting take crap. One thing i'll say is think about the supermarket oil. If it's that hard to make a choice between all the different shampoos all the different biscuits wide you think. Seeing thousands of thousands.
"sanjay" Discussed on Unhinged and Bumbled up
"And i'm like that. That was not that before because i am and it's interesting that you say people go for the match a not the relationship. Yeah yeah it's yeah. I do like to you like that that that of buffet of questions. That have some really interesting ones. Some very pointed ones that clearly trying to get you know certain groupings. Yeah so sanjay. Have you got your fact for us. So i thought i go something that i know. I've seen discussed on about other dating apps and it certainly and it's ended something that has kind of appeared in terms of the data in the south star. The i've seen on the lake. Which is on average. And i'm gonna say roughly average because obviously changes but on average guys will like fifty percent of the products they see whereas women were like less than fifteen percent of the profiles they seem so. There's definitely a kind of difference in terms of how picky one side is of the others And the but the other part of that isn't necessarily thought men will just kind of swipe Anything some of them do but it's just more a case of their. I guess they're waiting to get to that next stage. And then the other i guess the other stop that's linked to that which is an thankfully. This isn't the case on the light which is on certain dating apps. The split of male to females is like eighty twenty. I think i've heard starts this eight tenders ninety ten thankfully us not the case on a on but i think just by virtue of the fact that we're relationship so we have more of an equal split. The means means all the more reason why the guys have to have a fight. Because you need to up the 'cause that's really interesting because we did have that similar facts about the change slot. He's changed quite a lot..
The Unanswered 'Jeopardy!' Question: Who's the New Host?
"The search for a new jeopardy host continues who are Anderson Cooper my M. B. L. A. N. can Jennings that would be the correct question to the answer who are just some of the people who have addition to replace the late Alex Trebek and it does not even count robin Roberts levar Burton and Dr Sanjay Gupta who have yet to do their own air test to replace Trebek who died in November of twenty twenty it's a far cry from nineteen eighty four when jeopardy last needed to host comedian Lucille Ball then told creator Merv Griffin to picture back who is doing high rollers at the time it's expected a decision will be made before the new season begins taping later this summer I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"sanjay" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue
"Do you think you will waiting. That's an interesting thing. Because i was being passive aggressive. If she didn't figure it out i could do even longer. You know about it It was being feeling vindicated that she didn't even know why it'd be upset. Like how could you not been married. How long and you don't even know this thing about me. You know so Be that part of it I will say in the. I think this is a little bit of a difference between men and women although i cannot speak for all men and women but You know i have friends. I don't have a lot of friends that i would talk to you about that kind of stuff so she was the person that i would talk to. There were times too. And i would look at him and nights say. Can you not being angry. Because i need to talk to my best friend right now to how to solve this problem and that would help him go. Okay yes we need to kind of shift. Gears into from the emotional. Were upset about whatever it is that is caused us be upset to the intellectual. What are we gonna do about it. Now it's really hard for me to be mad at him for very long because he always makes me laugh and he he's he. He's so smart that it really keeps me going makes me constantly be on my toes. I love that. What do you think are some of the couple of things that you have to have. In order to have a marriage last genuine respect. You know i think Everything else follows that probably and those people who you might really Like even love. But maybe when you really think about it you don't perspective in every single way And then trust for for me. I you know. Maybe it's because i didn't have a lot of people that i trusted And so as a child or a child and even you know. I mean when you go through med school and i. It's it's such a competitive environment. You know You know where where i started a was accepted into medical school out of high school so it was a program that did that and everyone was very some of my good friends now but it was very competitive environment you know people sabotage that each other's experiments and no one was rooting for each other. Everyone was rooting for themselves and So trust in that environment was challenging. I think once. I got into training and neurosurgery training. It was better because now we're all sort of a more shared experience. But what is what are yours. So i was a family. Law attorney for i've represented people in divorces or people who were at that point where their relationships were going the wrong way and i tend to number one thing that causes people to divorce from my experience was resentment and resentment can if it when resentment starts then all the other things go when you know when like he's working really hard and making all the money and i'm he resents that you know i'm not contributing to that or if i'm with like babies crying and you know having no sleep and i start to resent him for being on the road and getting eight hours of sleep or something and resent really only can be cured through communication before the resentment builds and i have to say there have been a few times when i will say to him. I'm working way too hard. And i and i need you to notice. I think that's a great point. I haven't heard that before that you noticed something that is making you go get to the brink of resentful and so you know the only way out of that is to communicate and he works so hard and making sure that he is home. You know he set up. He appreciates every monday to so that he's home every weekend. So that way the he's always there you do stuff without the kids together. Yeah yeah we'll do trips. We have a. We have a group of friends that we we travel with one once a year maybe twice a year depending event and then rebecca i will. We'll go out on date nights. We'll just go to dinner more so now. You know that the kids are you know. They're more independent. If there was a young couple about to be married thinking about getting married are on the fence of getting married. What do you think you would wanna pass on. Nothing in life is perfect. And i think you know. Perfect is often the enemy of a very very good. And and i you know we say that in the operating room a lot. I just want to take out the last piece of tumor. But it's right against something important and if you do that you could sacrifice all the incredible work. You've just been doing for the last several hours in search of perfection. I think it's the same thing and then marriage you know. Once you've committed being searched perfection can be a destructive force. And that's something. That i think i learned and i would pass that on and we'd do pinch ourselves every day and just think we got really lucky. You know if you can internalize that. I think that's a really powerful force mass sanjay and rebecca gupta. I can't decide what impressed me more. How nice they are or how smart they are but more important they have a quiet and deep understanding of each other. Now we can say we know. Dr who makes house calls all the way from atlanta and brings his wife until next time. I'm phil donahue marlo. Thomas you guys have been great. Yeah we we appreciate the conversation. It's fun double. 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"sanjay" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue
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It seems these to have found the path to harmony together but as we all know spending a lifetime with another person requires some doing especially when it comes to dealing with each other's differences. You're absolutely right that there's accommodations. Did you have to make and like. I'm a really neat person. I'm not maligning. People who are not neat. But but i think that for me. It's just it's just how i am. Remain nick him and not. I'm not a neat nick. There's just there's only so much time and day to get everything in his office is like nothing on. It wasn't a computer. His life is like on the computer. He can store everything there. He rates everything there. Maybe a glass of water. I mean that is just in. My office is a constant. And there's everybody's in and out of my office and they trip over softened knock it all over the place and he's like my mind is to. I'm gonna lose it like just shut the door. That's how we can get along. Here's just came as a and she says. I can't find something go really but i was gonna say though is that the combination or all offset by trust to me you know and that's probably the the heart of the whole thing is that like i don't trust anybody more than i trust for becca to have my best interests and that can be with regard to our financial stuff but also like i don't know what to do here i i'm dealing with something. I'm not sure what the right answer is. There's no absolute right answer. But there's probably right answer for me and so who do i like. who would. Who would be able to answer that. And i think my parents can't answer that because ultimately they they're incapable. I think fundamentally of seeing things from outside their vantage point. They can't put themselves outside their own shoes. The not a bad thing. it's just too they are she. Can i can tolerate the messy office. And i can tolerate because i come home at the end of the day and and i'm dealing with stuff It was always me. I was pretty solitary creature. And then all of a sudden i started dabbling in this idea of letting someone else in. It should really good at it. And i trusted her when you have a big argument. One of you pout. Or full silent or meals. Thank you and i mean. He's still mad about me for buying them a hand sandwich. Like you know fifteen years ago or something. I mean some big arguments last on and on and then they become even though they might be like poking at a at a splinter still there they almost become kind of you know like a running joke or something. We've had big arguments for sure. And i think the longest they've lasted is probably a couple three days in the sense. That might not that. Were at it for a couple of three days. But we're definitely still pissed off both of us and and but you know I came from a real a pretty sedate household like a probably count on one hand the number of times. It was really yelling as as a child when i grow up. I can remember those times because they were so jarring. You know so. It's not really the style. I think for us to have a a big argument. The sense that it's explosive in any way but i will get upset a much more transparent about it now i would help hold it in and expect her to figure it out and and then i realized at some point that was a waste of time because why am i waiting for her to figure i can just tell her. And then at least they can get it off my chest What.
"sanjay" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue
"Single time. I know hugs until i came along. And now if i don't hug him when i walk in the door he's like where's my hog sweet. How they kind of warmed up to and part of that. I think is like my mom's parents and my dad and my dad's parents and my mom because again there was this friction that always existed so you could feel it as soon as for me when it was when the grandparents were over it was a palpable tension. And there's a lot of nice to meet you. And i shake hands changed because it wasn't arranged and they felt like they were different backgrounds. And and i don't think that my my dad's parents probably ever even till the very end fully accepted my mom. My mom was family was not very devout. My dad's mom was probably the most about hindu out of all four grandparents. She was jane which is a very sort of more strict hindu tenant. But i think just because my mom's parents were they were fleeing. They were fleeing persecution and the idea of religion was a bit of an indulgence. I think you know we had a little. We had a little deity in our house growing up but in other weren't any temples so it wasn't like we could really be devout in the united states. that time in the sixties but they experienced religious persecution in pakistan for sure caused them to leave the more reserved about showing any kind of religious interference. How did they feel about you marrying a hindu person. Well good question by data passed away long before i started a date me. He probably knows how he reacted anything. We'd probably been fine by the time we married My mom incurred like he'd gotten like you know. He was finnish and swedish. So it wasn't that he was just like you know we stay at home and we do our things. We wasn't until they retired that they suddenly develop this huge social life right. I think my dad probably would've had been very similar. Except for the fact that he passed away before you know before he even when he passed fifty. And what about your mom. How does she feel about sanjay. Oh she she loved him she she. My mom's just figs sweetheart. She loves she. She thinks he's so smart and fascinating and even to this day. She's like well. I wanna know where he is. I worry about him and and she's very Like like humble and chai around him. So it's kinda sweet right. My mother was italian. Gone father was lebanese and they were the children of arranged marriages. But both both my grandparents were arranged marriages. But my mother didn't like irish people. Yeah i've read a huge article about that. Did she live here in in new york michigan. Detroit in detroit in a sort of lower middle class and her father was a talian and they had two trucks and they still produce of their trucks so they were five kids. They went to school. They had an education and My grandmother stayed home but she was a singer and got little job singing the synagogue or the church of wherever would have she would love to sing but But the in those poor neighborhoods you know. The jews were had their area and the irish their area and the italian said their area and so the irish will considered sort of the lower class people and the shanty irish. So my mother's going out with phil donahue. She said louise irish. My mother had thing there and then well then she got to know him and she loved him when he wanted i malarkey hundred over. So how did you meet. Did we meet at a bar. Classic american mutual friends introduced this in college to the university of michigan. Yeah and i think when we met we were both dating someone else at the time we definitely had more of a shared experience right away and we just had a lot that we had in common talk about red out of the gate And you're thinking about taking a lot of science classes. I remember that because.
"sanjay" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue
"To find out what makes a marriage last that old expression is there a doctor in the house was never more fitting than one afternoon when marlowe and i had lead doctor in our house. Rebecca and dr sanjay gupta in town of atlanta so they dropped by our apartment to talk marriage from the first moment they walked in. You could feel their com- compatibility bay have three daughters and a busy life and they do a lot of philanthropic work together its relationship. That's built on different cultural backgrounds. Unlike rebecca whose family scandinavian sanjay grew up with a distinct sense of being an outsider as an indian american in a small michigan town. I won't think people knew what to make of of indians. I was the only indian you know really there so there was no there was no history with. I was obviously different. Colored skin. had a funny name. You know all that sort of stuff other than that. There was no. There was no institutional prejudice by that. I experienced with rebecca's fan. Obviously any of that stuff there was other prejudices just because you are different. That was that was. That was a totally lead. Yeah i mean you know where i grew up especially if you're the only person that looks like me you tend to then take on the characteristic and other people's minds of every sort of you know fringe groups so you know for for example. The iran hostage crisis was happening. Nineteen seventy nine. You remember jimmy. Carter was president and and i was ten years old and raanan. But it didn't matter you you were suddenly somebody else outsider. During that time. So i remember that being a really hard time the iran hostage crisis for because it was such a such a big thing in the news and every day it was something you know And you know it didn't make sense to remind people have wasn't iran was missing the point right but so so there was there was there was a fair amount of of boeing. I think that happened You know younger younger years in particular and what's interesting. I think detroit is unique in that it has. That's how it kinda. It's a huge immigration community but everybody stays in our little neighborhood largest arabic population outside of saudi. Arabia is in dearborn. I think right was born. Do boy that right. Yeah i imagined at sanjay's childhood experience would cause this couple to have completely different points of view. That's what i would have thought too. And we kind of grew up similar so we have very similar values similar. Yeah it's hard to say that with his parents being indian and might not i guess but We both came from small towns in michigan and full came from parents. Of like you know working you know white collar parents candidate. Would you appearance to on my father worked for ford motor company. Just like his parents worked for ford motor company. They all of our parents just there one desirous us to have a great education and then they made all amid sacrifices for that to happen. And we kinda have that in common we. We feel that that's important may have other. I mean we both grew up drinking the same powdered milk. We have things were in common for awesome. You're rebecca olson. Yeah sounds like a character in his family. Sitcom i think it was a character in a couple of books but he also tom sawyer and a few other before that sunjay gupta. Wow that was a great. Was that with your parents. My it's interesting. I think there was a a deep especially for immigrants to have their children mary within the same culture. My parents were a little different. It was interesting. My my mom was from what is now pakistan. She fled during the partition. So she was a refugee child for the first twelve. Fifteen years of her life and my dad was in india. So they're both indian but but for my dad's side of the family. She represented a very different part of india. All so different that it was like a completely different country completely different culture and and when they got married neither one of their parents attended the wedding. Oh the protest to me. well yeah they. They didn't support it. Didn't support the wedding. And that in each the both would have had arranged marriages and instead his parents met in the united states outside of their own parents and because they met in the united states and not some neither of them had their own parents arranged who they're gonna marry both of their own parents were kind of like This isn't what we set up this in our traditions They were a little bit against his parents married. So you're poets buried in this country here immigrated here and getting married here. A love marriage as opposed arranged marriages. Rebecca said was very unusual. I mean i think you're dealing over time. I didn't now. I've met tons of people who are my contemporaries indians whose parents all of them had arranged marriages. So i we haven't found anybody else. That sort of got married the way that my parents did. And as a result my friends especially my my friends who were thinking about getting married especially if it was someone who is not indian. It was always my parents that they would go to the. They became those parents for all my friends. Who who wanted. Okay you guys did this sort of very radical thank by having a love marriage and you weren't even from the same part of india the same cast the same background. How did it work. And so when we were talking about getting married while they're still a desire on their part to for me to marry somebody indian. They're much more that they had lived through that. Although i say that at the beginning they still really wanted him to marry somebody in right and and then while we were dating and they realized that it was that we were more likely to be together. Then they started to you know be more accepting of it. Did you have indian girlfriends before. Then yeah i did nothing to too serious but yeah and it was all in college. You know it wasn't anything earlier so these weren't necessarily dad was funny. He he he he said. I don't want to meet any of these girls unless you're gonna marry him that's basically what he told me and my mom sort of followed. That was nine with that so they're not frivolous people. They're you know they're they're engineers. They're mathematics people. They didn't talk about love. They didn't talk about marriage. So if i brought home a girlfriend marrying her. Is that why we're meeting her not point. What's the yeah it really was. What's the point they didn't. There wasn't a lot of the not a particularly emotional couple. There i mean the loving. But they're not very emotional unless regard so. My dad's still shook my hand every.
Ancelotti's Real Return
"Big news today of course in spain carlo ancelotti back in charge of real madrid and he is left. Edison and pulls this is a man who's had so much success with real madrid over the years said we discussing yesterday. A lot happened in twenty four hours. Sunny is not is very much a left field choice. He's very much surprise. I think from almost everybody's perspective. I guess it suits in. I think really and truly row madrid's options were relatively limited. Of course they thought they had allegra in and that wasn't the case he went to the event. They thought they had a chance of getting project. Tina of power sanjay man. That's turned out to be very difficult. The contact question. I must confess are not fully. I don't fully understand why that has become a more plausible option for them in angeletti becomes a choice but man they know very well. Amanda will accept some of the difficulties that go coaching around madrid. Who's been there before. Who's been happy about it before as accepted it as well. you know. it's just something to be up to coach at club madrid. I why this is a kind of a comfort choice now. Of course the question mark is for how long. How long does this remain a comfort choice. Whichever one is happy with but for the time being at least this kind of puts out the fires. And i think that's the main the main way to interpret.
"sanjay" Discussed on Software People Stories
"Good example for me was that and this is more recent You know one of the game was helping me with a robotic process automation and the solution. They came up with sony that I actually force the conversation. The other people in the group because i felt that this actually can be taken further across. So you may not get that you did not actually have those conversations or you may not understand them in as much detail if you did not have this conversations and if you did not do that little bit of diligence you may not be able to explore as much for the benefit of the organization so those are some of the things that that but you have to set. You know there are so many things happening and you try to connect the dots and you say okay you know. This leverages is good. In other cases it has good information but maybe just finally and maybe recently be divided again. I don't know it'll be those kind of things. Yeah i certainly wish there was some kind of a framework or some sort of guidelines. That could help you build up that kind of muscle or inability kind of exercise today around that day mabel you to constantly keep you connected staying with the. I hope. I hope something like that comes up soon enough. Don't some some of these things in my mind actually is about how you build your Also rain and i have a habit of taking on copious notes. Okay so alina is to right now a mostly because mostly online And there is a link those ideas also right now right now even like notes. You can do that. But they're better two seconds to so much. I use mostly. I think copious notes. Right the whole exercise of just taking notes reinforces all things in the eight. They may be fired at wind. At some point. You know that you can go back and and sometimes that just connecting worthless even though yeah something yes absolutely as as simple as that and it. It's kind of helped me as well so coming onto you know what you're doing quicksilver now in the role of cto. How is that role different from that of more more of management from from a people standpoint towards something like looking technology and overall in the context of business and customize speed a very very interesting jimmy. Okay quicksilver mentioned earlier. Pioneered the concept of digital prepared gift cards in india and dissolution accents to various ways in which repaid Solutions can be used right but it is far cashbox And it does spin across in what we call a skull. Slough semi close solutions. Those looping you can use only within that particular brand and open means slave isaura mastercard week you can use anywhere. Johnny has been fantastic. But i just wanted to life. I one thing i mean. I'm sure that i'll that people probably have their idea about what ciro should be like. And i'll just tell you a little bit about what. Cto midst to at an organization like like excellent. Because when you're at netapp give. The cto was not directly in line with the release management or ease drivers execution and songwriter. Mayhem influenced him but was not directly for a small organization like quick running on startup ecosystem. It's on the cto. Pretty much has the responsibility for both 'execution so people management doesn't really galway and it's actually a very important benefit because you want to cut you. And that is also an important responsibility in the process in my journey Elements right. I got a lot of satisfaction..
"sanjay" Discussed on Software People Stories
"And because the scale is so big that you still want to connect with people and you create other mechanisms to connect because And you don't want to really make the connection. That is bypassing the lines of authority right. So you can make other mechanisms coffee sessions nowadays. It's what you'll coffee sessions but ways in which you can actually connect or do some weekly round ups and communication so everybody knows about keita's aginsky customers critical issues and countered ross's improvements innovations. All of those are important. And i've kept that going also. That is an important part of actually keeping the team engaged team aligned and it actually is allowed me to have a connection with every single person in the. It doesn't matter that. I don't meet them on a daily basis not basis. But i'm connected. Because i have those conversations in a smaller group them. Those are some of the differences in the way that At at opted to but again you know the wicks once again already. Different story yet. These have been actually probably the key. Key elements of the differences may robes. And how are grown in terms of leadership around my next question. Is that when you have led and headed large organizations out you get a pulse or a sense of what's going on one thing is yes through these connect you do understand. The people are aligned. What their problems are. And how do you again two questions here you know. How do you get the inputs from people on the ground terms of listening to the questions or concerns and the next one being as leader you somehow have to keep so much information in your mind and some of it has to be discarded. Some of it has to be updated. How do you do all that kind of that too. Yeah but the first part right actually van menu invasion this virtual office sessions or coffee stations. The first thing is to basically just listened right because you are trying to get to know what they individuals aren't doing at that particular time or in some cases you already know because maybe there's been some release and you know somebody has contributed and has been a particular innovation or maybe it has to do with firefighting situation. What you have some knowledge that yes. There was some person who was involved in that. And so maybe in a team of ten people in that coffee session. You know a little bit about two or three people already you get in there but there will be some people who you don't know the specifics. You initially just listened right to say what is it. That is keeping your by right now. And what is it that you have learned. Sort of right in this last In something new that you actually picked up and in the course of that discussion. Then you start connecting the dots right because you have a little bigger picture of a little more context and you try to bring in that activist in. Let's say somebody has actually opponent innovation right and you're trying to actually give them a context of how important this is. Not just some of your. Let's business. But maybe the possibilities that it can lead and the kind of things that actually triggers off in the rest of the folks also because you by actually boss on that value or you fighter trigger that kind of value in south the other people who may not be doing similarly. You're trying to connect the dots..
"sanjay" Discussed on Software People Stories
"We in the team realized what it means again who meet the demands of the customer. That is actually looking at enterprise scale enterprise and related monitoring. You know related solutions. So it was actually a very very significant learning that happens in that process and this move into management. It was in my mind fairly earlier in in my career might have actually feel to techniques technical for a long time but it was the outcome of a situation where we did not have as many senior people around in the domain other technical skills and i picked up the mantle so those were some of the early learnings that had but some of those actually got reinforced when went to asking and it worked with nortel leading a team so that team was in speech was about five hundred people But we've worked on software for wireless communications in a building for that goes into stations right from layer one signal processing up to the controllers sawn base station controllers which is a whole traffic management the administration and song and again a big lesson in enterprise class software in multiple angles right not just about high availability higher liability but also the ross's that is actually the quiet to build a product that is of that caliber and to be able to meet the expectations of beinin ability. And what does it really mean to get up the systems. Get the support and all that to be able to handle that. I would say the some of these things remained with me because again building an enterprise class Did the guatemala. These fundamental understanding of how systems need to be handled. The motive barring death from me was set over the six years. That was seven years. He arguable and that was managing a global teams. Split across in that. Us so those lessons were different in terms of managing a team in the us addressing demands on both sides but being able to be fair on both sides and so on johnny quick fluid has been very different. I talked about that in more detail. Because i think the last six years my all see to at six equity has anybody and has actually wish me up to learn and deliver something which was much more than had been in the past looking forward to that patterson sanjay have a whole lot of questions coming up to things got my attention. One was when you said that you moved from virginia onto sasken. And even before that an instance one your customers Bank of america actually drove in some sense or gave the impetus to a very very different kind of innovation and building out..
"sanjay" Discussed on Software People Stories
"This therapy stories. I'm schiff i'm chitra. And ninety three bring you interesting untold. Stories of people associated with the clinician or consumption foresaw feb. solutions you'll hear stories of wadsworth and sometimes what didn't you'll also hear very personal experiences and insights that would trigger your thoughts by new even greater the sunday down week of august. The speak of the software people stories got his first engineering shipyards watching his father. Bill budgets thereafter. He graduated from. It bombie and leader with a master's in computer science from the us after which he was exposed to systems engineering through a brief stint at bell. Labs back in india. He was part of the supercomputer team at seatac later digital payments at verifone where he stepped into management and then walked in telecom networks and solutions at sasken data storage net app where he had global teams responsibility and now at quicksilver where he's the cto he talks about his transition to management and his got a role as cto in his got an organization abroad close to sunday and his wife centers around rhode safety on which he says a strong message and as always sipaseuth closes with a message for those aspiring to have an idea and software. Listen the hi sanjay of very warm. Welcome to you on the software. People stories podcast. I've been looking forward to our conversation and thank you so much for being here. Thank you looking forward to the conversation. Wife since we chatted. But this has been really interesting to know what you're doing and i'm happy that i can actually share my story here. Great thank you so we begin usually by asking our guests to introduce themselves. And so how would you like to do that for our listeners. Arms under vicar and as a cto i lead the prepaid solutions that quick sale. Now we're merging into find apps so we by laps and prior to this. My journey covers different. Domains battle computing payments that call detroit storage. That's on the professional side and in the the personal side in the memory of daughter. My wife and i had on the.
Japan Sets June Trial for Americans Accused in Ghosn Escape
"Japan said June trial the two Americans accused informer n'est Sanjay McConnell schools escape while out on bail the trial of two Americans accused of helping gone escape will open on June fourteenth at the Tokyo District Court Michael Taylor and his son Peter Taylor are accused of hiding going into music box so he could flee to Lebanon in late twenty nineteen they were denied bail out the Tokyo detention center cool arrested in twenty eighteen was awaiting trial on financial misconduct allegations when he escaped Japan has no extradition treaty with Lebanon but has one with the U. S. which expedited the Taylor's last month after the Supreme Court rejected their appeal they face up to three years in prison if convicted I'm Charles the last month
Jeopardy Guest Host Dr Oz Draws Criticism
"You guys. I know you guys all heard that they had doctor is on as a guest host for getting getting a little blowback. I don't know if they're trying out new hosts to see who's going to become the permanent replacement. Yeah they're like rotating a lot of different people. So we've got. You know. Aaron rodgers anderson cooper katie couric katie couric sanjay. Gupta kind of random. A random mix of people. I think can jennings guest hosted as well a doctor is. They didn't really realize how how much people were going to be pissed and i'm seeing a blowback by. I'm seeing some kind of like. Not i don't wanna say funny. But some some comments quote this stands in opposition to everything jeopardy stands for fans or calling to boycott the show. There's like you know people collecting signatures. There was a petition. Signed by almost six hundred former contestants from players calling for his removal. They said that you know jeopardy's known for being credibly. Rigorous deserved reputation to then invite doctor is to guest host a slap in the face to all involved right right. That's pretty strong. Pretty strong. i love is true. All of the clues on jeopardy are facts checked if knowledge and oz as we know pushy pseudoscience. And that's not just our opinion his they've been they've been studying what dr oz has been saying and they've come out with reports about how inaccurate and how much crappy has been peddling.
Jack Dorsey’s Square, Inc. is buying a majority stake in Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal
"Square got a lot of people to do double takes this morning by announcing that it is acquiring quote a significant majority stake in jay z's streaming music service title for two hundred and ninety seven million dollars. Jay z will also join squares board of directors quoting the new york times title which jay z bought in partnership with other artists. In two thousand. Fifteen for fifty. Six million dollars provides members access to music music videos and exclusive content from artists but the streaming music industry has been dominated by competitors like spotify apple and amazon in two thousand seventeen. Jay z sold thirty three percent of the company to sprint for an undisclosed amount after merger sprint is now a part of t mobile earlier this week. Jay z bought back the shares from t mobile and most will be sold onto square as part of this deal. Mr dorsey and jay z began to discuss the acquisition quote. A few months ago said jesse deroga- a sect who will lead title on an interim basis. It started as a conversation between the two of them. He said they found that sense of common. Purpose and quote. Mr dora guscott said square which was founded in two thousand nine will offer financial tools to help titles artists collect revenue and manage their finances quote. There are other tools. They need to be successful and that we're going to build for them. He said and quote so this is one of those stories where the speculation and chatter around. It is almost as interesting as the news itself. I of course you've got the celebrity angle. Jay z and jack dorsey. It actually turns out that they are good buds. They vacation together. You might have seen those yacht pictures from the paparazzi okay but square a payments company and title a music streaming service of somewhat dubious success. How does a tie between them. Make any kind of sense. Here's what jack dorsey himself had to say. Quote it comes down to a simple idea finding new ways for to support their work. New ideas are found at the intersections. And we believe there is a compelling one between music and the economy making the economy work for artists is similar to what square has done for sellers square start at twelve years ago by giving small sellers a simple tool in order to participate more fully in the economy and grow. We did the same for individuals with cash app which now enables a comprehensive set of financial services for folks who weren't able to access it before title started with the idea of honoring artists by being owned and led focused on an uncompromised experience of the art. It's refreshing and right. The vision only grow stronger as it's matched with more powerful tools for artists inclusive of new ways of getting paid given what square has been able to do for sellers of all sizes and individuals through cash app. We believe we can now work for artists to see the same success for them and us. We're going to start small and focus with the most critical needs of artists and growing their fan bases and quote. So he doesn't exactly say it there but everyone is reading between the lines looking around at this current. Nfc madness. and remembering though. I didn't tell you about this. That jack dorsey and jay z recently announced. They were creating an endowment with five hundred. Bitcoin's worth twenty three million dollars plus two teams working on bitcoin development initially in africa and india. And so everyone's thinking. This is a crypto play as peter kaku tweeted quote. I would be surprised if there wasn't an nf story. Here that fits the jack story and seems to be what he's hinting at in his tweets. But again you don't need to own title to sell jay z's and tease this would be weird if square was buying a music streaming service that people actually used but it's much weirder. It's a publicly traded. Financial services company. Buying a failed music streaming company. I guess square shareholders won't complain because they've already signed on for the jack dorsey experience but whatever awesome artists and square story. Jack is promising here. Doesn't require a three hundred million dollar payout. To jay z quote. Other people can see other angles. Here let me give you some counter takes. This is jason delray quote. Plenty of people on the square. Buying title is dumb side. But i'll be on the other end. Could it be a mistake. Sure is the deal relationship based sure. Many are but squares incredible things for small merchants and for everyday people with cash so why not artists and quote. This is scott belsky quote for a big company to create an entirely new center of gravity inside it. You need a forcing function with this lens. And the growing need to outfit the creator economy with financial tools. This seems a logical step for square and quote. This is dr sanjay quote square acquiring title to focus on new ways for artists. Monetize is going to be seen as the watershed moment of the creator economy. We're tilting away. From platforms capturing all the value to the people creating the content doing so directly for fans or indirectly via ads and quote and finally turner. Novak goes really really wild but then it doesn't actually seem all that wild when you say it out loud and then think about it especially when you see the products that twitter has been building out lately. Newsletters spaces quote jacqueline so deep into the crater economy with twitter. The past six months it leaked into square a great acquisition. That will ten acts everything square has been doing with consumer user acquisition. Not outrageous to think he merges square and twitter at some point and quote.
India's Farmer Protests: Why Are They So Angry?
"Next on a protest movement movement in India. in India. It has drawn the It interest has drawn of pop the interest stars of pop and stars climate and activists climate activists and sent people and sent into the people streets into for the streets a cause. for a cause. What's fascinating What's fascinating about the cause about they're the cause fighting for, they're fighting for, is how is unfasten how unfasten ating ating it initially it seems, initially seems, farmers are protesting farmers are protesting over new rules over new for rules wholesale for wholesale markets. markets. One of those rules One matter of those rules so much. matter so much. The answer reveals The answer something reveals about something a giant about nation, a giant its nation, past its past and its possible and its future. possible future. NPR's Lauren NPR's Lauren Frayer begins at one of the markets in western India. Yeah, I like all day. So this is a wholesale market and sort of a dusty lot between looks like warehouses here. Yes, Yes. This is far. Good skunk. Oh, yeah, Wholesale agent, but this is all regulated by the government. Yes, they're appointed by the government. They're being market fees can vote How is showing me around his local wholesale market, one of thousands run by the government where Indian farmers sell their crops in auction. Takes bids for eggplants trucks disgorge bales of collie flower wave through waist high piles of green beans. These markets were set up in the 19 sixties in India's Green revolution. When the government started subsidizing pesticides and irrigation. It helped boost yields and made India self sufficient in food. It did not lift many farmers themselves out of poverty. My father has not much educated Lord Howe comes from a long line of grain farmers. The average Indian farm is about 2.5 acres. These are not big commercial farms like in the American West, and with climate change, mechanization and rampant development, not to mention the pandemic. Indian farmers are struggling load houses at our place. Water is not Copper supplies water. Not there. That's right. That's water as much as when you go. So exactly exactly exactly lot off problem is that the production costs off. Traditional farming is going higher day by day, so the help the Indian government passed three new laws last year they aimed to deregulate the way produces bought and sold. Wholesalers and grocery chains no longer have to buy it. These government run markets they could do deals directly with farms. Many farmers are not happy, though, because you know Agriculture prizes are subject to a lot of volatility. Economists seem a bad lawyer says farmers got used to selling of these government run markets, which guarantee them a minimum price. So it's a safety net for the farmers. When prices go down, the government says it will still set prices for certain crops, and it's not closing these markets just adding more options. But Sanjay Cohade is still worried. Ginger Allah Miggy. Eventually he's a middle man who buys from farmers here. He says he's worried big corporations will circumvent these markets and obliterate small traders like him. As we chat, another man interrupts. We have brought up Narendra Modi's. You will be the King of World nine innings, and this is basically what's happened with the farm laws. It's all devolved into political arguments. Agriculture reform has long been the third rail of Indian politics. Successive governments avoided it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to do it now on a national scale. The rules have always varied by state and by crop economist giant ego says mode. I made a mistake by not explaining this well. The amazing thing is that the more the government passed these laws in the middle of a pandemic. They just quickly passed it without any discussion. You could have gone to people talked about it Godfrey back because these are long term proposals proposals now laws that affect the approximately 800 million Indians who depend on farming for a living. There's been a lot of confusion. Farmers here in Western India don't have the same concerns as in the north of the country, but that didn what model? Is it? Me getting shit carry those air. The rich farmers from the north you see protest, Ng says a tomato farmer here named um, but a sun up. He's got nine family members to feed. He can't afford to take a day off to protest. The protests have been dominated by farmers from northern India, the country's bread basket. They grow mostly grain and rely on government markets. More than a tomato farmer like sun up who can sell out of the back of his truck. Northern farmers see these laws is the first step toward dismantling all the aid they've gotten since the Green Revolution. Including price guarantees for wheat, rice and 20 other crops. I'm your bony I mean about me, but not for my tomatoes. Sun up, says he's never been eligible for the price guarantees that wheat growers get a majority of India's farmers or not. Meanwhile, farmers in several states are already circumventing these government wholesale markets and have been for years well, These conveyor belts are moving quickly. This produce packing collective started more than a decade ago, when eight farmers banded together. Now it has a sprawling campus. It's co owned by more than 10,000 farmers. This is the man on I think Chambers Banana ripening chamber. This collective bypasses government wholesalers and sells directly to stores. The last Shin Dae is the founder. Market is ready to pay me back better place then I should capture that market is rapper Depending on government. He says he got fed up waiting decades for government reforms, so he took matters into his own hands and started this collective. For others, the pandemic has forced them to consider new ways of selling their produce. So these air your grapes here's yes. Yes, grandfather and then grape farmer Abby shake shall kisses. His harvest came right when government run wholesale markets closed last year because of Cove. It Actually long known there was opportunity. So he and his friends all farmers in their twenties who've gone to college, started selling on Twitter and got more for their produce. Abby Shake says his heart is with his fellow farmers who've been pro testing even if they don't share all the same concerns. His head, he says, is on how to solve some of the inefficiencies he sees in the way his forefathers have long done business and he doesn't really trust the government to do it when I'm just out to get the amulet and the mighty by it guys out the causal Calabrese. I think our generation is going to have to try to figure this out, he says. Lauren Frayer NPR news in Nash IQ. Maharashtra, India
New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity
"More celebrities have been added to the guest host roster for jeopardy. Anderson Cooper, Savannah Guthrie, Dr Oz and Dr Sanjay Gupta will also be able to raise money for a charity of their choice. Jeopardy will match the amount of money one by contestants. The guest host episodes
New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity
"Its next set of guest host Savannah Guthrie, Anderson Cooper, Dr Mehmet Oz and Dr Sanjay Gupta will join a growing roster of celebrity hosts as part of each television personalities. Time on the show Money will be donated to a charity of their choice. Matt Piper says the amount equals the total winnings from the week Alex Trebek died November No Permanent host has been named planning your
New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity
"And the executive producers for Jeopardy, revealing the next set of guest hosts journalists. Anderson, Cooper and Savannah Guthrie, as well as Dr Oz and Dr Sanjay Gupta will help fill in for the late host Alex Trebek. In addition to hosting the show East, each guest host gets to raise money for a charity
How Netskope is Refining Edge Security
"Today we have sanjay beri. He is the ceo and co founder of netscape sanjay. Welcome to the show. Thank you great to be here all right so we always give all of our guests an opportunity to tell us exactly what their company does. Your the ceo and founder of netscape. What do you guys do absolutely so. Our focus is making sure that organizations enterprises across the world can leverage the new way people work remote for example and do it securely star focuses protecting enterprises from threats theft of data while enabling them to work the way they want to liberty in cloud leveraging the internet working remote in so on and so our category as making would call. It is something called secure access services edge. It's a redefinition of the market of data security to a new cloud security edge. All right so. Explain that to me without using the your industry buzzwords. Because i think this because i'll i'll let me frames up my perspective on this. I've worked at different companies. Or let's say remote i so or maybe they're even cloud native i so we didn't really depend too much on too much. Enterprise security everyone just kind of logged into public cloud. If they were developers they would have me. Vpn are asa access. So that would get them to their development instances so there's a lot of audience that doesn't quite understand exactly why enterprises needs connectivity. Security solutions like netscape kind of framing for me like what's happening in the marketplace. What's happening with your customers. And why products and services like yours are needed to begin with totally totally so just if you step back. The single biggest market insecurity people spend close to thirty billion dollars a year on. Is this market call data network security and what is that. It's the stuff that you heard of like wham. Gateways firewalls data. Loss systems proxies. They're all boxes Somewhere near network so biggest. market insecurity. the problem. There's problems with that market. The world has moved on meaning one sixty seven percent of people work remote and people don't want to go back and bp another corporate network anymore they want to go straight to the internet straight to cloud and so one. The location of those boxes wrong It's forcing inefficiencies performance problems too much expense and so people are saying. Wait a minute. I don't want these boxes. Mike perimeter. I want this edge in the cloud. Where no matter where i am. I have great fast access to my resources in. I have this security on ramp right that is everywhere in the world and you know with us. Fifty milliseconds away from anybody in the world doesn't matter what country would city and is this virtual clouded so one the change in the way that people are working remote partners accessing things assessing the change in location if your security in this market to the language has changed and so important point every ten years maybe fifteen. The language of the internet changes so reality is remember way back when paolo to networks came out and and they said hey we're going to beat cisco juniper and all these folks and it's because the language internet has changed it's all about application identification. The reality is that that has happened again. Ten years later and now the world and the language and internet is. Api's it's j. It's you that's how applications are built. The internet is built and so as a result all those systems that you spend thirty billion on that. Sit in the wrong location. They don't understand the language. And so i'll give you this great example. Send with his so and she said to me. Hey sanjay Okay is about four years ago. she goes I got these systems. I got these proxies. I got this firewall. In what more do i need. And i said what are they telling you. And she goes water all their bill. You know five or cave data amazon. And i go to her will. What are you gonna do with that. I mean i don't know a quarter of the internet goes goes to actually. I don't know what to do that. And i go well. It speaks the wrong language stickers in sticks his in and i our system tells her actually that guys on slack gonna public channel sending credit card by the way it is fighting. Mccabe data amazon. They're both right and i go. What do you want which one she goes. I want the second one data this point. The language internet changed and so this concept of mexico is put your security where you want in the virtual edge no matter where people work there and speak the language that the internet speaks so you can set in protect your data in a much better way to. That's a short summary for you.
FDA panel meeting could lead to Pfizer vaccine emergency use OK
"By the end of the day then on friday and sunday another committee. This time from the cdc will meet to officially determine who gets the first doses fingers crossed that they choose me. Because i sent them my resume. I'm good candidate. Yeah we reviewed all the qualifications ahead of time and they were spotless. As we've been saying this is all happening at very critical time. Just yesterday the united states hit another single day record for coronavirus deaths. It is very very bleak out there regarding the pfizer vaccine. There was some news yesterday about potential issues. Yeah that's right so in the uk there now. Recommending that people prone to severe reactions shouldn't get the vaccine for now. The regulators are investigating a couple instances of allergic reactions and people who got the vaccine on tuesday and there hasn't been a ton of information on exactly what kinds of allergic reactions may be red flags. So tb there but canada approved the visor vaccine yesterday. So if there's more information on the safety of it and people with allergies forthcoming in a conversation with sanjay gupta on cnn. Yesterday dr fauci that this complication may affect a large amount of people. It went on to say quote. If i were a person that had an underlying allergic tendency. I might want to be prepared. That i might get a reaction and therefore be ready to treat it. So i guess. Have some benadryl or your epi pen on deck. That's where we're at but to end on a hopeful note found. She did say that the other vaccines may be able to account for this rarest sort of side effect that is great to hear and then on that note. What is the latest on other vaccines all right next week. The moderna vaccine will undergo the same fda review process as the pfizer vaccine and the united arab emirates approved vaccine out of china. Yesterday that vaccine is said to be eighty six percent effective and could be much more affordable route for smaller countries versus one shipped out from america. The details around the vaccine beyond that are kind of murky. Though chinese officials and a farm the state owned maker of the vaccine or silent yesterday. Don't want heard anything from them. In science noted that the announcement was lacking data and other critical details
Micron nearly doubles earnings on strong memory demand
"So dumb. I did check in with one Micron Bull Mehdi Hosseini over at Susquehanna wanted his take his opinion Q.. One guidance actually implies that Micron is well navigating the pressure. We see in memory chip pricing right now still a bully told me most basically because he sees tight supply and strong demand by the spring in important and markets that Micron serves light cloud infrastructure and five G. phones on the call co Sanjay Maroteaux talking about end markets optimistic that demand is GonNa keep improving throughout twenty twenty one. But the short term outlook he said did weekend pandemic has taken a toll on the economy for example, enterprise demand has softened also. Restrictions on Weiwei Micron did halt shipments to that Chinese giant on September fourteenth while we does account for about ten percent of Micron sales
Fauci says he was in surgery when task force discussed changing CDC testing guidelines
"House Coronavirus task force and exchanges to CDC testing guidance, while infectious disease expert Dr Anthony found she's undergoing surgery. CNN's Dr Sanjay Gupta reveals that I was Sir. General anesthesia in the operating room last Thursday was not part of any discussion or deliberation. Regarding these new testing recommendation. Dr. Fauci also disagrees with them. The new guidance recommends no testing for people who are exposed, but do not show symptoms. Despite the risk of a symptomatic transmission. California, New York governor say they'll ignore the revised guidelines. President Trump frequently complains the US does too much testing and there would be fewer cases with fewer tests.
Public Health Officials Are Increasingly Facing Threats
"Threats for me and my family and harassing my daughters to the point where I have to get security is just I mean, it's amazing I wouldn't have imagined in my wildest dreams. That people who object to things that are pure public health principles are so set against it and don't like what you and I say it, namely in the word of science. That they actually threaten you. That's Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading expert on infectious diseases, speaking to CNN's Sanjay Gupta, about threats he and his family have received because of his work. And Dr Fauci is not alone. Public health officials across the US are also receiving threats from people who are against the policies they put forth to combat the corona virus. Things like recommendations to wear masks and practice social distancing. Michelle Mellow is a professor of law and a professor of medicine at Stanford, and she's been researching this exact topic. Michelle, Welcome to the show. Happy to be here. Shall you wrote an article about the attacks on public health officials during covert 19. What was it that prompted you to even look into this? Well, it happens that one of my bosses that Stanford is married to our Santa Clara County local health officer here in the Bay Area, So I do have a personal connection to somebody who's experienced these kind of attacks. Tell us a little bit about what kinds of attacks were talking about. All across the country. We've really seen a number of things that made your audience seem pretty shocking and are unusual even in the American context we have seen, you know the usual Internet trawling, but the attacks have taken on a highly personal and almost violent dimension. Across the country. We've seen health officer subject to dock, saying the exposure of their personal information like their addresses or loved ones, names on the Internet. Angry and sometimes armed protestors showing up at their private residences, vandalism of their offices and homes, lots of harassing telephone calls and even death threats to the point of having to have private security details assigned to their families. Michelle, one of the things that prompted me. I'd saw the research here and then saw that Dr Anthony Fauci has needed to get his own extra private security because I believed his family had been threatened. Are we primarily talking about high profile figures like that, Or are we talking about? Anyone who's sort of on the front lines dealing with Corona virus cases. In particular, we're talking about people who ordinarily are about his low profile. As you can get local public health is thean visible angel that keeps us all healthy. But most of us until this pandemic you never heard of or seen our local health officer. They have been in the news lately on television and newspaper a lot, so they're no longer such private figures. But these are not high profile figures. They're not national figures. In most cases, they're not. They don't have a political agenda. There are doctors trying to do their jobs. Who are making these threats. Well, it comes from a variety of quarters. Ah, leader in Catalyst in this movement has been the anti vaccination movement here in the U. S. That has all of a sudden pivoted from their usual agenda of attacking public figures who advocate vaccination to going after health officers who are advocating masking and the extension of state home or business closure orders, But it's not on ly these groups. They've been joined by thousands of people across the country who are just really disgruntled and incredibly stressed. By the long term economic impact and social isolation that has stemmed from public health orders during the pandemic. Medical professionals are take a Hippocratic oath to serve whoever it is that needs their help. So like this, this feels like doctors and nurses didn't necessarily sign up to be. In such a political battle, You know, it's interesting the politicization of first responders because those on the front lines were actually caring for covert patients have been politicized as heroes in this pandemic. But the same groups of individuals, doctors and nurses who are working in the public health sector have been demonised as villains. They're all working toward the same goals, and we need to understand that, although they execute their objectives in different ways, they're all working towards a single and so are we. So it's really striking to me that there's been this polarization and how folks have viewed First responders and public health doctor's Michelle. Stick with us. We'll be back in a moment. This is the take away. On the next. All of it, looking for a job thinking about switching to a new one will discuss how to navigate the remote workforce in our series, the future of work, and we meet the director of the new documentary Boy State, which goes inside the weeklong mock government exercise that gathers more than 1000 high schoolers to create their own state government. I'm Alison Stewart. Join me for all of it weekdays at noon. We're back and you're listening to the takeaway. I'm tansy. No Vega. Michelle Mellow is on the line with me. She's a professor of law and a professor of medicine at Stanford, and we're talking about recent threats against public health officials all around the country. Michelle. Have we heard anything from the Trump Administration or other politicians at any level of government about this? Because recently in New Jersey, there was a federal judge whose family was attacked. Now there are talks of increasing protections for federal judges. And I'm wondering if this is now transferring over to medical professionals and health professionals. Well, yet we have to distinguish between medical professionals who are on the frontline response like the ones who are working in hospitals and the ones I'm talking about. Are those were working in public health departments. I'm not aware of specific problems involving the folks who are working in hospitals other than nobody wants to stand next to them at the grocery store. But the public health officials really have had to have protection stepped up. Unfortunately, most of our elected officials to the extent that they're speaking to this issue at all have been joining in the attacks. You know, there are folks who are making their name for themselves politically. By joining in the chorus of attacks against public health officials. In some cases, their own public health officers, you know, saying things like their anti Democratic their tyrannical when in reality, those same health officers are the only people in that state who can issue these orders. They're executing. Planning done by other elected officials, who then sort of hide behind this rhetoric, So it really is, in my view, despicable that instead of offering support to these hardworking, underpaid under attack health officers State and local officials. And in some cases, congressmen and the president have joined in the attacks, and the president himself has been the foam enter and chief here Retweeting such statements as everyone is lying. The CDC media Democrats are doctors, everyone we're told to trust That kind of statement fans the flames. Michelle did your research show whether or not there was a difference in health officers who are in red states versus blue states or our folks that work in these positions across the board, subject to this type of harassment. You know, we really have seen it in all kinds of communities. Certainly there is a red and blue divide in willingness to accept public health measures like masking and to the extent that you're leading a community that's more red than blue. You might have a larger segment of the population going after you. But some of the people who have been under attack are in heavily blue communities were actually most of the population really supports what they're doing. Polling is very much in their favor. But there is a vocal extreme of vocal minority that is dominating attention. Is there anything that public health officials Khun do to protect themselves? You know, to protect themselves. Many of them do need security details, and they need elected officials to stand up and indicate that when these actions crossed the line into illegal forms of harassment, they'll be subject to prosecution in terms of self defense strategies. You know, I think it may be late in the game for this, but there are some things that I think We know help to cultivate public trust and buy in to coerce of public health legal measures. Polling shows us that when people feel that they have a say in public health policy agendas when quote unquote people like me can influence agendas in public health policy, they're more likely to accept laws, even the ones that they don't love. So I think there are opportunities for some health officers to double down on the transparency and candor in their public communications. We do have examples of where this has been done Extraordinary. Well. I think it helps to humanize health officers to telegraph that they're really struggling with these decisions. They don't take them lightly, and also that they have the support of consultation of a number of other people. Well, they're not acting alone and imposing these orders. Do you know of any health officers who have decided to leave? Ah, the job as a result of this because it doesn't feel like you know, the virus is not going away. Assume as many of us would have liked, and people are going to have to make policies and an implement policies until we've got some clarity on where what the next phase of this is so have folks that you know, decided to leave their jobs as a result. Absolutely. I think the count is up near 30. Now, health officers who have either resigned or been forced out by their elected officials since the start of the disease pandemic because of the politicization of their orders. And that includes Oxiris Barbeau, who was the New York City health commissioner. It includes Nicole Quick, the health commissioner of Orange County are most affected County in California. In terms of covert cases it includes West Virginia health officer for the state had the slam so lots of folks who are dealing very, very difficult situation simply, it's just not reasonable to expect them to go on month after month. In this kind of climate, especially when they're not getting any support from other officials mentioned Oxygen's Barbeau and I know that was a big issue here in New York, particularly because she clashed with Mayor Bill de Blasio. Are we seeing a lot of that? A CZ? Well, just internally among Officers and public health officials, and also just, you know, the other officials that they're dealing with. It feels like I don't know if that was very specific to New York City politics or if that's also happening across the board. I think that is happening in a lot of communities. Yes, where you have a schism between elected branches of government that represent communities that have a particular ideological bent and help officers who have been serving you know for many, many administrations many many years and you are You're acting on the science a TTE this point of the pandemic. People are fed up with the science. They want a balance of between health concerns and economic and other concerns. And again. Some health officers have been very good at explaining how public health orders balanced. Those concerns and others who are maybe less transparent, really have been confronted by a lot of attacks from Ah, elsewhere in government. But, you know, responding to local political pressures themselves you mentioned earlier. We we are having to differentiate between threatening health officers and health officials and making and threatening frontline workers like doctors and nurses. But Our doctors and nurses subject to any type of politicization and threats right now, because of the role that they what they could possibly represent, or have they gotten off Have they sort of not been in the cross hairs? If you will. You know, I'm not aware of those kinds of attacks. I think it's more just that What we hear from them is the difficulty that they have in their personal lives Because people know they work with sick people. They don't want to be around him. They don't want to be around their kids. So it's the usual story in any pandemic, where You're the child of somebody who's working with an affected patient. Nobody wants their kid in school with you. I think that causes some difficulties for them, but it's a different quality and caliber of attack than what we've been talking about with public health officers. Michelle Mellow is a professor of law at Stanford Law School and a professor of medicine at Stanford University. School of Medicine. Michelle. Thanks so much, Thank you.
"sanjay" Discussed on WIT CAST - the talking heads
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"sanjay" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Sanjay Gupta sometimes it's important to just go back to the basics I'm doctor Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent we haven't talked about masks in awhile so I want to use this minute today trying to remind you just how important it is to still wear a face mask when you venture out in public they're not so much to prevent you from getting sick but to prevent you from possibly making other people sick as you've heard me say many times we're all in this together face coverings are especially helpful when you can't maintain proper social distancing and if you know you are or could be infected with rotavirus but don't forget the symptomatic transmission is a big driver of the spread I mean you could be sick and not even know it if you're having trouble getting your kids to wear a mask buy ones with the cool design or draw your own to make them look a little bit more fun I'm doctor Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life no broadcasting from the underground command post from the files of the heaven somewhere under the brick and steel over nondescript building we once again made contact without a leader the end mark Levin are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one there's peaceful protesters.
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"sanjay" Discussed on KGO 810
"Better life with Dr Sanjay Gupta. What if I told you body fat in one particular area of your body was linked to smaller brain size. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. CNN's chief medical correspondent. It's true. Green to a new British study carrying more fat around your middle is associated with less gray matter in your brain, gray, matter depth, that place where you're thinking processing and memory takes place. And there's even another reason why this is also important the author of this new report says it's because he's shown associations between green matter atrophy and the risk of developing dementia causing effect is not entirely clear does dementia caused green matter to wither away or vice versa. Nevertheless, the researchers takeaway is that if there are any traditional factors directly causing obesity, these same nutritional factors could be impacting brain volume staying in shape. Good for your body and your mind. I'm back to Sanjay Gupta, helping you Live Aid better life. This is the story of a very special woman. In a matter of seconds. She turned herself into a great mathematician or an entrepreneur her knowledge was limitless instill is she could also make monsters disappear. Especially those that lurked in the shadows. Under the bed. This woman put back together a teenage girls broken heart, which had been shattered in a thousand pieces just by giving her a bear hug. She masqueraded as a regular person at work. But as a superhero at home. Everyone knows her as Gabriella, I still call her mom. Your hero needs.