20 Burst results for "Shalit"

Science FAIL! Why it's good to do

Science Friction

05:25 min | 5 months ago

Science FAIL! Why it's good to do

"We've all made mistakes right. But sometimes i can make us fundamentally confront who we are and who we want to bay beck in twenty four eighteen neuroscientist. Dr been to has had a damn good reason to be excited. It was it was such a shalit's basically there was years of work at prestigious scientific journal current biology had just accepted a paper by humidity supervisors based on his phd project but not without rigorous peer review. I of course reviews as good and tough questions and lots of extra analyses. I did when finally the email arrived and said yes. The paper is accepted. it was just. It was a very happy moment. A piper in a high impact journal. That's a big deal for. Young scientist then investigates how we perceive the world visually. So as your brain stitches together sane in front of you what you see is rematch spatially. Onto a part of your cortex at wrinkly atalaya of brian. So if you think of the cortex is old crumbled up that if you would flatten it out like a sheet could see on this flat surface neighboring points on the critical surf representing neighboring points in the visual field in the scene in front of us then put people in an mariah scanner to see what happened to the map when he distracted them using different visual cues. He came up with a k. For design for study and think we scan a total of twenty seven people which was at the time by far the largest study using this type of method and the method was kind of knew. He said there was a lot to figure out. It was computational so there were some analyses that literally took weeks every weekend machine would run through that stuff when it crashed it would send me an email which is a dangerous thing to do because when you get an e mail on sunday saying oh your coaches crashed in your very tempted to go back to the office and start to fix it. That lots of careful data crunching and analysis lighter and he'd found something significant and surprising this aspect of the brain of the visual brain which part of the scene a given neuronal population of marin response to seem to be more malleable than we thought and it was surprising that it seemed to change with attention. Just through your attending a given power to seen more than an condition. There's a lot to this week but the shorter the long of it is. This was a robust finding worthy of journal. So fast four now to six years later it's june twenty twenty and bins running his lab and tame remotely in the middle of a pandemic lockdown in germany. He's home is three. Kids is a lot going on right and he gets an email. I received that email. And i have to say at i. If i'm honest i i. Wasn't that worried that something was wrong. Really wrong only been didn't understand what yet and he would have to make a career defining choice about what to do next today on science fiction. Something we can all relate to filing and why it's good to do especially in science but also wants wrapped up in a whole lot of stigma and shame again especially in science you know great successes are trumpeted and things. That are not successes. You don't want people to know about however failure is so normal to the day to day working of science we need to move towards a culture where we are actively embracing failure. We all know that air is human and assigned as you know we have to ask why and behalf to ask how and way we fe often leads to the next question we are asking and so does this theory much part of scientific process. It's very great suits of inspiration in many ways the into no signs. That's not the way it looks and sounds in science when a journal pulls or retracts a paper the stuff of nightmares for scientists. But he's angst about scientific integrity scandals scaring scientists away from talking more openly about making mistakes back to that email bend has received at the uselessly. Big university in giessen. It was from susanna stole. Who is doing pay at university college. London under the supervision of professor sam schwarzkopf. Now sam had been a post doc in the lab been had done his pitch in and susanna was building on original. Study when i first read and paper thought. The design. They've chosen was really beautiful and was impressed. Ben included a very extensive stepney mandatory material conducting analyses infect around thirty pages of supplementary data for just a two page paper. Susannah was impressed with half farah was but then she went to do her on experiments and she noticed something odd she was getting. The same results has been even with different experimental conditions. And that shouldn't be high s-. I really had no clue

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Anti-Kremlin protests continue in Russia's far eastern city of Khabarovsk

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:27 min | 1 year ago

Anti-Kremlin protests continue in Russia's far eastern city of Khabarovsk

"Thousands of people took to the streets again in Russia's. Russia's far, east and city of Khobar of yesterday protests against Moscow, and the Kremlin have now been going on for over three weeks. Joining me for more to mark. Gherman Russia analyst stunt senior associate fellow at the Royal United Services Institute Good Morning and welcome to the program Mark. Could we first recap what exactly has happened so far? The first protests were sparked by the arrest off a local politician weren't they? They were the local governor elected local governor Sergei for Guile, and this was on fifteen year old charges of involvement with some contract killing, which may or may not be true. He was set me involved in some questionable business. But the widespread assumption amongst the locals was that it was simply because the Kremlin was was peeved at him at the fact that he had stood against their candidate and then just simply rummaged around looking for suitable charges, and since then these protests have continued for, as you said, now, almost a month and it's really. So transmogrify from being about four, how to actually being about Moscow. About Putin and about the sense that in a way, the government in Moscow cares about the rest of Russia outside. It's ring road when it comes to taxing them rather than looking after them. Have those protests course most grow by surprise? Absolutely, an indeed one of the interesting signs of that is precisely that there has been such a clampdown on any references to the protests. In the official TV media, we've seen accounts in the newspapers and online sites, but very much from the televisions point of view, it's nothing and that's a classic sign off what what Moscow does when it doesn't know what to do. It basically tries to by itself, some breathing space, but the trouble is cost nowadays. Russians. Are Very Internet savvy and. And the news has gone out anyway, and at the moment I, think the Russians Russian government is essentially playing a waiting game. They don't really want to try and take on these thousand strong protests especially because the local law enforcement and security agencies frankly don't particularly infused to do so and therefore ain't now waiting hoping that it'll die down to the point when they can actually begin to crack down. Do you think that's going to to the protests? We'll just eventually die down. Well I think the honest answer is, yes. We saw the most recent protests are actually smaller than in previous ones and impact that was because it was rainy rainy day in such like. But because it's not as though, these can can go anywhere what the what, what are the real significance not that somehow this protest will, it will explode and expand. It's precisely what it shows about incipient protests potential within Russia because there's nothing particularly special about kebabs. He's not like he was unusually poor or badly hit by corona virus or whatever, and I think. Right. This is so worrying for the Kremlin, is that sense of fine we can ride out this one protest in this one city. But what does it say about the potential for more protests all across the country exactly disease dimension that. Putin rather strong grip on power buddies this. Really, the case everywhere in Russia also in more distant places such as city in the Far East? Well. This is interesting thing. It's that you might have protests the loyalty to the center. Until. Push comes to shove. We've seen as particularly in Russia east of the Urals for which there is classic. Russian proverb God is in Heaven Bizarre is far away where absolutely Moscow is a very distant force and we've seen it in the past where actually local authorities. Are often in cahoots with local security operators in their own corrupt deals and so forth. But also they feel the same kind of pressures and resentment as ordinary Russians. So I think one of the strengths of Putin's regime has always been that he's understood when not to push when to make concessions. But at the moment in a corona virus has eroded his personal support, the money is tight it's that much harder to make the kind of. Deals Shantou involve splashing the money around that. He has in the past. So it's an interesting question. I mean, yes, he's not gonNA be swept away by this. He's not disappear anytime soon, but the slow corrosion, the legitimacy of his regime is becoming all the more visible exactly, and let's remember this beauty can did now stay in power until two thousand and thirty six thanks to changes to Russia's constitution. Do you think he actually has to address this issue of erosion and do you think people are going to appreciate him for years to come? Well I mean who knows quite how history is going to take him. Frankly, I think probably quite harshly. He will have to address the question of legitimacy, but again I think the thing is that. Putting has been around longtime. He's been power twenty, two years I. Think if trump has exhausted his capacities to reinvent himself he's got these grand national projects that you meant to be about totally reconfiguring national interest structure and health and such like, and it's really quite telling that he's recently pushed back the timeframe for their accomplishment. He clearly has a very ambitious agenda. Agenda, but he doesn't seem to know either how to really accomplish it, and secondly how to afford it. So I think he's he's hoping at the moment that things just get better that do course the virus abates. The economy stabilizes and things will work out not sure how far holding your fingers. A crossing your fingers is really going to be a proper answer. The most go the Kremlin on Moscow seemed to be waiting that these protests were seeing in Cabbarov Squirrel, just gradually die away. But what if they doesn't what kind of a warning example this? Of Four four Moscow and UNFOR, Vladimir? Putin. We we have reached elections coming up rather soon. How can make sure that something like that doesn't happen in those cities in those regions as well? Well, here's the problem he can't because it's really about is going to catch nation of random factory in football was not particularly personally popular. It was more the just his arrest, which under other circumstances might well have. Have passed pretty much unnoticed. Just somehow catalyzed. They just general sense of being fed up. There was a coastal city. Now. Elsewhere, we have certain places I. Mean, for example, in in Novosibirsk in Siberia, there's sort of contested elections coming up where we actually have real opposition politics emerging. The government is going to hope that it considered squelch Shalit's, but didn't that it has to have these parliamentary elections however. Much the parliament itself is just a rubber stamp. Nonetheless, it has to have these elections and elections. Inevitably case it paces when situations are that, there will be discussions disagreements, it will generate or kind of precious. Again, what we're seeing something that means it's highly difficult to predict. That's irritating for an analyst like myself. You difficult to predict exactly what and where it's going to happen, but there is a prevailing sense in Moscow that. The country is entering some bumpy. Times? Would it be easier for peace in to lead his country. If it was simply smaller, it is understandable that Russians thousands of miles away from Moscow? Mayfield. They don't wants to be controlled by the capital, isn't it? Exactly. Eleven time zones away or whatever I mean the actually that sense that Moscow doesn't really care is really quite pervasive, but to be perfectly honest look I've traveled outside Moscow itself. Even within the Moscow region, you find these pockets of ticky rural poverty, where actually all the shiny new infrastructure, the bright lights, the hipster bars and things of Moscow seem alone wrong where way. So size does matter, but I think it's really not the key issue. It's about the extent to which this is a regime which is focused on Moscow and Petersburg, a handful of other major cities and really has developed them at the expense of the rest of the country. And just finally, Mark Looking at these protests and fierce Moscow and beauty may have. How can President Putin bring the nation together? Again is widely assumed that looking for enemies from the West has been one way for into boost his own popularity domestically. Do you expect that we may see some kind of new maneuvers from the president in the future if things get worse domestically. Well, there's this overwhelming assumption in the West that, yes, that he tries to distract attention this way we have to realize that with the exception of the two, thousand, fourteen annexation of Crimea. which was very, very unusual case. None of the various overseas adventures that Putin has engaged in Syria and so forth have been either driven by domestic considerations or frankly popular i. mean half the time. Actually the Russian regime lies to its own people to claim that it's at interventions abroad are much less than they really are. So I think what we're going to say is not some kind of adventure abroad, but we will. Will see a rising tone to this propaganda about the world is a hostile place and the Russia is beleaguered fortress. He doesn't make Putin popula. What it does do is it legitimises his Moose clamped down on the opposition because he can say, this is not a time to be divided because Russia's very future is at threat

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InvestiGAYtions!

Nancy

03:50 min | 1 year ago

InvestiGAYtions!

"You've got shared lady Gaga. Britney Spears Arianna they're all gay icons albeit very straight away ladies and I wanted to know who is the next straight white lady GAY ICON SO I deep coma from Thomas. Who's my pop culture expert? He's in the know to find out who that gay icon could be. Oh Yeah it's too early to label duleep. I mean she's fine. I guess she is a Grammy Award. Winning best new artist. Thank you know why I'm hype and so much but I mean my clear pop icon will forever be. Gino is all right next question number four. There's this stereotype that has long permeated lesbian culture. And it's that Lesbians Love Cameo in fact auto straddle did a survey about it and found that lesbians are more likely to own cats than any other group of People. I wouldn't know as I myself am a dog bisexual so I hit up Dr Rachel Cordesman. Visiting professor in women's Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University. She curated an exhibition all about lesbians in cats by Harry. Cats have a lot of associations with southern entity and often kind of dangerous or deviant forms of feminine any so because of Lake Association so cats switches association so flake cats even with like pejorative terms for China after the nineteen seventies the sort of a defiant reclamation of cats with an different lesbians cultures lesbian feminist for reclaiming hats and now furthering this educational moment our final coup weary question number. Five is a question that I talk to. You Parker. Yes and thank you for making my next family. Thanksgiving more awkward. You're welcome you told me. Queer people love soup and you wanted to know why in so I went and asked my sweet sweet. Got Sister The undercut champion Baltimore. Why Queer people are so obsessed with soup she would. She said Parker. That's what I thought. I know. That's not a thing. Okay first of all you're making. It seem like us. Queers put soup on a pedestal. I'm just saying that UH squares like to eat some soup. I'm always being invited to sue cooking. Parties Soup potlucks. Even soup exchanges. But I mean everyone loves soup. It's delicious and it's cheap. But then I talked to my friend Kiana and Shalit's me and passionate messages like this. Why do I like soup so much? Let me tell you. Even though they look so easy and simple they could take hours almost like you know romancing a lesbian the seasonally simple but in actuality extremely hard true true but also Parker. I have a confession. I actually don't like soup what I don't like. It would have been good information to know about weeks ago. Well it still even though I don't like soup is still something I was curious about. And it's still something that holds up. I'm just a special anomaly. Okay versus So it's not a thing you have in previous Leslie. I coming up one more investigation from and it is a doozy Nancy. We'll be right back. No one is carrying soup around

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"shalit" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"shalit" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Research why I don't know I think if he said that without a car that would cause a lot of controversy but I will check but I don't think he said that Vincent in Brooklyn warning mark I want to talk about how masterly Donald Trump did is row you're not Shalit South Carolina did you see the crowd the bog the prevailing crowd that was behind him drops to to birdie one better deal mainly high school kids and young college kids warm to the aspect you know Bernie Sanders like Suzy says all I got a lot we're building a whole issue with the U. all those kids behind Donald Trump seemed very happy very enthusiastic our job good job now they see a path forward to a brighter future good that's a good point to use like among the parents looking to look at these kids out of the basement it was what your total at a rock concert some of the magnet caps on backwards I don't think there was anybody behind it who is over twenty five years old most we only got a few seconds they're going to get rid of the roof last remaining pay phones in New York to yeah you guys need these pay phones I mean the only local idea I knew guys phones right it's a terrible idea idol guys would that would put the sleep blocked the phone so they could only get incoming so nobody could make up call that's a terrible day that that's absolutely terrible I don't know with what people are going to do it because I have to buy more phone cards or do what I sometimes do when I go and when.

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"shalit" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"shalit" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Senate sends a note to the private equity markets and investor foundation holdings focuses on healthcare and education sectors is here in the Gulf and India we have the CEO I'm sure Shalit joining me now I'm checking to see this morning wanting to show we spoke about a year ago so I just want to get a contacts eight and times the size of the fund the size of deployed funds at the moment I'm what's in your back pocket to go run and we are coming off our best year ever so we have doubled in size in terms of assets under management so it's about a hundred and fifty million dollars we still have a lot of dry powder so we're looking at about a hundred more to little on most importantly the portfolio we have today which is in health care and education in India and the G. C. C. I really believe we have some amazing companies in our portfolio sold touch what has actually been amazing okay say I mean this is the building these and these are just some of the brands that that we're talking about I mean we kind of we were chatting you said to you that there is this geographic distribution between the G. C. C. and ended two very different markets with two very different sets of needs but it's eight in some ways hedge it's a hedge on on it is not how I interpret it or how do you how do you deliver that perspective well just to put some numbers context around these rates if you look at Saudi Arabia that's seven hundred billion today fall our GDP you is close to four hundred so between the two Wheeler already at up call it a trillion and the G. C. C. is more than two trillion today are indeed central GDP is three trillion so if you just combine the tool you actually have a GDP of five trillion which would make it the third largest country if this was a country in the world the baby looked at it when one goes up India shows often this fiscal deficit on goes up DCC smiling so it's been a good hedge for investors on I'm for all of us so what is the most profitable investment for you here in the UAE or in India thus far give me some numbers in terms of what you've invested in here festival V. have been very lucky we have put in all or most of forty million dollars in a company called the right to health the big gap we saw was about access affordability and quality in the healthcare space we have amazing facilities like Cleveland Clinic but at the base of the pyramid I just value healthcare was missing we saw a gap we jumped in and we've been able to find that stuff of that sort and M. C. was supposed today mean the company has had a treacherous a couple of months does the problems for an MC which are financial and financial literacy we understand at the moment is not an opportunity or is that because your investors to shake more what we talk about health care investment here hi just to put some numbers around and and see that it's a the size of the elephant is massive it's about two thousand bad you're talking to one thousand doctors it's seventy five facilities and they're staying close to eight million patients so this is a big elephant with docking about you know the word corporate government gets torn about quite a lot what does that mean all some people think guys let's put flower pots one of that mean independent directors are some people thing let me just create a committee on that hopefully takes care of government but you know at least a keen mind set up with that foundation we have is guys we need to balance self policing officers if you will on the simple messages often give money to spend but not at the station and you know that's what we live by and I think that's what the region needs to evolve and revolve on saying transparency and data on on just bundle a buzzword it's a big team today so let's just touch on coronavirus involved in the house this is what we're trying to we're all trying to understand the ramifications for corona virus what what are people saying to you in terms of the ramifications of coronaviruses it's sad it's it's an evolving story at least the mind said we have read and people talk about stocks what is a stock it's a part of a business that's the approach we've taken with a slightly longer term patient capital on the decisions we make manis I'm not based on the headlines of today on it's actually a five ten year or even longer story so you gonna have more money at work eight in in Saudi Arabia rows of the UAE relative to India how does the job of respect for you are we are right now evenly balanced we are super excited on Saudi as a country and again the numbers time for themselves vision twenty thirty is pushing private sector more than ever to take a key role so we're very excited and the size of the market a hundred and fifty billion riyals is just health care so that's a huge opportunity we're looking at okay have a check let's see when you do do not come back and talk to say not as I was check shama foundation holdings chief executive deploying capital across the region it was a decimation of value and while the risk is what is the S. and P. five hundred pricing at one juncture last week it was four trillion dollars off Rev up value being a race that is twenty percent off the world's GDP so what we've got.

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"shalit" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"shalit" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The house unfortunately there was some some claims of Shalit and re on his part but only rather than hunt haunted by black monk was halted by a a non in a black habit who supposedly was brit couple live in one of the walls so there are definite parallels but if you're going to make parallels with them the Blackmun case the case I would encourage you to learn more about would be the Enfield poltergeist from Great Britain during the nineteen seventies another very aggressive poltergeist haunting which was thoroughly investigated by the society for psychical research with with challenging results there was a lot of disagreement over how genuine it was and and which phenomena with genuine but that was the case in which the police will cold at the outbreak of the poltergeist haunting and that also happened at the black Monkhouse is that these drives a police offices of have mobiles and being thrown at him in the house so if you've got in both cases an ordinary house on ordinary quiet street with everyday family that is suddenly tormented by this outbreak of of poltergeist activity which then clears up very quickly the difference is the Enfield house in green street in London is said to no longer be paranormal active where is that these drives six decades after the original outbreak is still going strong next up let's go to Bruce in Bethlehem Pennsylvania hi Bruce go ahead Sir hello George but what's the all time of documentary producer and I have a couple shows but I wanted to talk to your your guessing you because ironically as working yeah we flew to Manchester about five years ago is working on a documentary was in a state a hotel there in Pontefract and there's a public so she hated right with the hotel two guys came in the first or second night we were there to the pub and their two young fellows with their parents there are two brothers their parents were very we got talking about you know all kinds of paranormal stuff they throw yeah there's there's this haunted house over here we grew up in the town and everybody knows about it they knew the owners at that time very well and they went on for hours telling us about as a matter of fact the second night they did the next day they were gonna call the owners and see if we could take a you know a run over there take a look at it they were gets out of town at that time is about five maybe five years ago and the stories they told about a said everybody the town Miller and it was very well known and very well documented cell hits ironically the you should be having the year your guess on tonight because it was I didn't get into that the house but they told us for hours about you know what the folks in the case were friends with the owners had experience themselves what what you know the the to document and corroborate what what your folks your guests obviously with thousands of others have seen over the years over there was it was quite an interesting experience I'm sorry to get the girl and and see the place you might you might get lucky you didn't go in there for who's you never know you never know what would you like to hear a a recent story we will take it right after the break okay stay with us bill and Richard will be back in a moment on coast to coast AM as we talk about their work the black monk of Pontefract did the exist who knows but people who've been in that house there surely seen something very very strange we shall be back get daily show updates right to your inbox for free with the coast's own newsletter sign up today coast to coast AM dot com news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA the school districts of Broward and Miami Dade counties will hold a moment of silence today at ten seventeen to honor the seventeen victims of the mass shooting in park land today is the two year anniversary of the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school some frightening moments on the campus of mainland high school in Daytona beach Thursday when students and teachers heard what they thought were gunshots it turned out to be fire crackers and when that happens the school when intermediate locked down very proud of the team and how they handle that very quickly the situation was secured Volusia county school superintendent Dr Scott for its one student has been arrested two others identified all our ninth graders the popular weight loss drug Belle beak is being recalled the FDA says people who take it have a higher chance of getting a number of serious cancers with Florida's news I'm John Conrad for the month Nissan traffic's.

Shalit
"shalit" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Show until. Explode. Jason gets passed, like brother and sister. Very confused about being, there would be brother sister, or aunt, uncle, right? I think granddaughter wouldn't it to hand. It would be his granddaughter daughter, granddaughter daughter. The gosh. No. That would be his daughter, and then he was his son, Aaron and or incest, because he's not, she's not hooking up with her grandfather related with somebody that she kids that'd be hard to explain when you get older. Trying to draw family tree. Wait. No without be like I don't even want. It's, it's to me nasty grandfather part alone. But how the part is not incest, because they're not related. The. Related by law. If they were married it'd be like, it'd be like, if you hooked up with your wife, Carol's, grandma. Technically not incest, because you're not blood related, it just by marriage. If you hooked up with Carol's mom if he hooked up with Carol's mom happening. The grandfather now with his kids together so it wouldn't be incentive. I it'd be nah. I mean might be I don't know what you, your situation may not asking. Family, tree for you. I don't know if that will help it out or not this, this one right here and this one right here related. On this way. What happened try to focus on the regional and then go to another Brandt? Then another branch and my lost. It's hard. All right. Let's go to Shalit's Shalit's, what do you think about this lady who wants to date the nineteen year old son of her dead boyfriend? Thing because she's dating her kid, brother. Okay. So Jason's married in real life, too Carol Carol passed away. Let's say Carol. Let's head over heaven forbid, never be horrible, but I would be going directly to the insurance. Title. Would be doing in this scenario is comfort in the breast. Of Carol's mother. Creating and having your kids landed and Ruthie and Everley, and then a child with Carol's mom to or to the regional scenario is kind of somewhat similar in. Don't be mad at me. Jason it'd be as if you were to Carol dies, and you marry Ruthie. She, you know, your stepdaughter basically basically going difference this narrow. They weren't married, but they're together twenty Carol would've never gotten married and something to Carol. Numeiri. Ruthie. That is. I just rookies like family like. Totally is the now ruthies friends is another. Twenty nine or nineteen point. Traffic alert. Previous accidents excuse me have been cleared if you see traffic eight hundred six eight two.

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"shalit" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I haven't seen that one specifically, but it's probably for someone in Charlotte. Probably a fifty dollar item somewhere in that range. My name. You know what I got it? I liked the colors of the team. Talking not a guy. Right. Well in any case, thank you for calling. How did you get that Charlotte? How did that committee of possession? I widespread Charlotte Hornets. I don't like basketball, but I started watching them on a whim first year. I started watching them. And then EBay I picked up a few things. Of the if I recall, they moved to New Orleans if I'm not mistaken now, they're back in Charlotte. Right. Well, an experience I think it's the second expansion team in Charlotte. Yeah. All right. It's the Charlotte Hornets. I think I think the Charlotte Hornets franchise, I think some a basketball person will call in better than me on that down. I'm not sure, okay. We'll fit we'll figure it out. Okay. You stay calling with that information. Okay. By the way, Dan, the windstorm, and you probably don't remember that attorney went into my house, and it was a bad winter. My sense. Should I go stay in hotel? Yes. I do. What did you do? I would sitting in the driveway trying to decide whether she going on at a branch fell into the better. The back of my truck. I remember the big, and I was lucky because the front end of the pine tree the branches hit the back window, and we talk we've been talking on the air was and it happened. Just after I talk you told me to go to hell, and I was debating. If you had taken my advice, Charlotte, the the tree never would have fallen a new truck. It didn't feel real damage to the light and fell against a window. Thank God that and the other end put a little dance in the tailgate. And I was like, okay. That's it. I'm going to the hotel, which was my vice which was my vice in the first place. All right. Branch and the truck and went to the hotel to hear your voice Shalit. We'll talk soon. Okay. All right. Take care. Thanks for calling in six hundred seventy five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nine ten thirty Ken gloss. Final segment coming up. If you have trouble getting in. We actually the first time a couple of open lines down. Now, we'll get you on. I promise. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. If anyone can answer the question, I do think the Charlotte Hornets the original Charlotte Hornets, wrapped up went to New Orleans. We'll figure it out. We're coming back on nightside..

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"shalit" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

The Weekly Substandard

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on The Weekly Substandard

"I did gene Shalit review. Oh boy. Is that okay? If it doesn't work to edit this out Jameel at at the south. I sit back wash over them. I'm just gonna to me and I, I don't know who is who it is. I won't. Here's Jeanne shall review ready. Spiderman homecoming, spins a web of intrigue that will have audiences barber Liang at the special effects. It's it's Scott's buying piglet action. Michael Keaton goes out on a wing as the vulture, Marisa Tomei is aunt may, or should I say, may I. I wasn't so sure of Tom Holland, but it didn't take him long to get into the swing of things. Mari Spidey sense tells me he's going to be a big star only fairly, very rarely. Does the plot ever slow to a crawl. I give Spider-Man homecoming five stars it. Oh, have you dancing on the ceiling back to you? TV. I think that's the best thing this is show. We should just podcast arap. I'm gone. I'm just taking off my head. The crying game strect by Neil Jordan and boy, do I have a bone to pick with him when Jimmy untucked stills, robe, I assure you that's not the only thing that gets on. Talked talk about luck of the Irish. Let's just say he was hoping to get his toad in the hole, but instead got bangers and mash. I give it to stars and that's the critics corner..

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"shalit" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Why did he choose to go on the middle east instead of us those we you know we were we were there to to make it it's one thing to agree to meeting it's another thing to actually talk these we we've been talking policy think about logistics likelihood of kim journal leaving the country considering his insecurities about what we want to do to him his chances are very slim he's probably going to invite the president to come into peon can imagine secret service we've their demands going into to protect the president of the united states npr dita's of it oh yeah let's do it in may i thought they were talking about freedom house though on the border is that has kim ever left the country k must never left the country i think he's we thought about before i think his father left wants trying to china his grandfather left once on the train to to russia again if you think about it we go back to what i said until of the way they're looking at themselves into thirds around them it's a it's a hypertension the supreme leader of iran ever left the country when you yeah i'm curious though and i don't want us to to go on too long but how does this compare to other places even go she it you know maybe negotiated for the gilad shalit release between come austin israel you've worked on a lot of high level negotiations how how is this different funding it's not that different in when you negotiate and we realize again i i never worked on behalf of governments so it's i have it in easier and i say i it's the governor governor richardson but we have it easier because we have only one agenda is bringing whoever is the loved one back but when it comes to people are people and it's about the stunning who they are stunning there's very few people who are irrational in the world i don't think i've met many.

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"shalit" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And the boss is talking about renting out coffee mugs for the fiftyfifth time and and it's like it's not achievable which is it scares me for the future are we show i'm always hope another war doesn't break out like something back 'cause we're we're in trouble ace lindmark a little bit of olympic shalit older that by the way i wanna point out there on gary's request i have uh i've decided he said let's get back to do in kripal a week and i said i like where your heads at friend so we will do a group of the week for you at the end of the week every friday now going forward so beat stay us tuned in for that meantime what strikes your fancy self are about these winter games are you tuning in or because unlike let the summer games woohoo which me like better first of all start their olympic are we are i mean summer or winter you can only watch one for the rest of your life which is it it's interesting because the the cool kid part of me once they of course this summer but the winter the summer games are self propelled lot of running a lot of your gotta goes fast as your lakes can can take you for a guy like me who enjoys the race track and some speed for guy like me i kinda like the winter games as i turn it on because i'm watching guy should go eighty miles an hour down the ski slope ice i saw the skeleton lose your whatever it is the other day the guy was hall and ass i was watching the figure skating like everyone has ever won us out on a crazy clip then you start working in a few years ago when there were doing the ski shoot up air rifle cross country ski some more now but now you're see in the the flying tomato with the halfpipe and everthing serb.

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"shalit" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The ball down a little bit this runs the game down first time yukon has been to the foul line and eight fifty seven to go in the first half it's a beautiful thing in basketball to be able to score with the clock stopped now you make it and you have a chance to get back and set up at defense again it's been working so well for yukon of these teams excellent freethrow shooting seems thousand eighty five percent free throw shooter makes of both connecticut their largest lead eighteen twelve jack morris will come back in on the front line for wichita status nursery sits down after a brief run wichita stay with the ball down by six eight fifty five ago first staff as well as survive pause gripping had left corner for shalit opera hands drowns in not a franc cam ranh camp gums beyond the screens for wellness left wing haines deals look again side at a foul it's called inside were morris who's try to set up shop we got fell by diarra of the second a momma duty are one thing about yukon having all these big guys that's the seventh seventy valid morris will get the wanted want they've got a lot of fails to give inside but the ara on morris is like you trying to guard me in the post given up a lot of weight both sixfoot eight are listed a to 17 morris at two seventy to say that at it's a large different yes it says i made need help down here fronted by boris is good he's a seventy six percent thou shooter and it'll get one more are looking to get the shuckers back within four morris has been bothered by migraines lately came off the bench the last two games 21 minutes against florida gulf coast with five products rebounds last time out second free throw no good rebound of a couple.

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"shalit" Discussed on #GoodMuslimBadMuslim

#GoodMuslimBadMuslim

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on #GoodMuslimBadMuslim

"Urges like being refilled giant jars of turmeric and cinema end shalit crisps and onion crisps and saffron yeah and then there's like hey here's a giant deserve cloves and mold spices and all space for the pumpkin pie nutmeg m although and the herbs provides for the thanksgiving turkey late you all the stuff that we brought and then my dad started cooking than we have like this giant dr red crescent pepper the he throws into everything he puts it in everything that's the way my dad would use ccri pattern who drive with my mom crazy because she's like no one except white people use curry powder of has awesome yeah i didn't even know that yeah so we're we are a noncareer powder house can't wait to here i was on a couple of podcast i was on a very homework christmas check that out of those on the model majority podcast which is a podcast that asianamerican politics check that out to the royal out of fun we were also analysts of one hundred easy ends now asians easy ends that was a lot of fun was the coolest you can check that out at the hashtag 100 e z and has and i was on a list called seventeen women of color who rocked the resistance in 2017 which amazing list there's some really people on this list so i was pretty honored just to share including year yeah like ridiculously amazing people though the bad us list and we are also both on humans of visual communications which is where according our podcast today thank you to visual communications visual communications is a asianamerican media and arts phase here in la potluck podcast house our studio that were in we are housed inside one of their rooms at visual communications were so excited that they are very supportive of the potluck podcast collective thank you check it out check out visual communications i'm which got going on this month what you got going on this year we should stay to get going on for 2018 you mean other than becoming a buy on acumen apparent.

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"shalit" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"Thrown everything out there in now leftist are getting desperate i had a whole family last night when i went outside my wife and 7monthold daughter inside eating maya other a shoulder vision where mom right now we're fit 5050 we work 8020 of announcement next great and my my children or call and we talk beside so i gotta i've i've got the footage i feel so sorry for folks on i'm gonna show it but i i was i think i'm going to gilad shalit uh probably today but but if it's on my phone i have downloaded it yet and i'm just over here talking on the phone and all of a sudden a woman gets in my face and is doing the side of the cross and the people are slipping off they all going around me four men two females and they're going you're going to present you and trump russians uh you you know you're a child molester do you have sexual that baby inside and act that the hang up on my daughter's all callback clicked and i turn around and start taping yeah there was that hot young thing and he'll a piece of crap you are and they're all ganging up but i just said hey i'm here come on then they gotta get scared i'm like yeah you've got care i'll walk over a videotape bumper cars they got hillary clinton stickers on and i said i'm going to show what you did oh how do you like the deputy pope having step down for pedophilia how do you like the head cartilage now you know you're dying was all disgrace how do you like all the hollywood stuff coming out they are so angry about this and they would come up in attack my baby ladies and gentlemen i mean visit who these people are they were all want to be rich yuppie types getting in their fancy cars to these these these these these limousine liberals but you know i just think we're going to play the footage of because and i don't even catch the really bad stuff but i mean and i i should the caller the see had a little bit me but you know oh that her daughter comes over says leave my mother alone they all gang up on me and then when i.

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"shalit" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"A few years ago it was about one hundred literally 100 years old true it was invented here and then we missed the development of a high winds elsewhere right so as part of the industrial sector the government in a a great sense of irony good iron in some ways there is a project cole the faraday project which is about storing energy and so we have to reimport the things that we've lost so i think we need more engineers to make sure that doesn't happen a more engineers who are trained not just in one subject put broadly i like to think of course i think like this that engineers are at the centre between discovery the lab and the market where works in edison i think in a had these sort of kony phrases were said in a discovery without a market is is sharef is is unimportant and butler and engineers of the people who make one thing into another right so let us also so they don't come up with the other they don't come up with the idea for breach clearly somebody else does that and tells them what sort of bridge they want and then the engineers go away and design it and make sure it gets built did they do books that are this is a joke question they do both they do both in they have to do it in such a way that there is no doubt you know you count cross the bridge and say well i think there's a chance who will stand up you have to be sure it stands up so engineers do things which have to have no doubt right the single thing we should do in this country you will go about thirty seconds aren't afraid to get more engineers than we have to get more kids to go into engineering and university risk show it's relevant shirts contemporary relevance to everything we do and that's what this prize is trying to do lebrun thank you very much 28 minutes past seven here's rob with the support thanks for shalit again but it's all about the cricket this time round and event like it much and beaten by one hundred twenty runs in the.

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"shalit" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on WGN Radio

"City have five employees or less business affairs commissioner rosa as gremio says traditional brick and mortar stores are still thriving but there's new trasues trucks for example is something that you know he's very popular right now shared kitchens inside a red truck parked along a city street is where you'll find sarah whites and sam barron they've operated the fat shalit food truck for almost five years after working 12hour days is a chef barron loves being his own boss dude basis that the flagpole is very liberating n nice baron and whites are mary to each other but also their jobs conversation about business never flake until he falsely it's it's always undermine minutes it's always part of our congress agree meal the business may not start in an off the store or a food truck with advancements in technology business ideas literally start at home but we know that there is a larger number of individuals who don't necessarily capture that are definitely initiating their their ideas and their concept out of their home which is great tomorrow we'll talk about the risks and rewards of small business and it's just not all about the almighty dollar kim gordon wgn news we'll take a look at sports traffic and weather next on wgn okay clocked pours i've had it you think i don't notice your pesky black heads it's all i see why else would i be dodging photos yelling back up zoom out not so close but now i've got vra deep cleansing charcoal for strips with natural charcoal they block out stubborn dirt oil and even black heads in just one stretch so go ahead snap away with bra i finally found the skin of my.

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"shalit" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"I don't cook aussieborn i do i take pride in it you know people say cooking like quite gone all i am i'm drawing a blank now it's tom it's cooking is like something as i wanted to cook lobbing holders love it saw a beautiful us summer shack i am i can't think of his name to shift from summerstock yashpal bawaii jospeh white jasper always rights signs of food is love and it's the truth could take the time to prepare something facility right you will love the natural law i totally agree totally akagi but 25 people coming to my house tomorrow night low of thirty you has my number yeah come on i have not party i heard them foty go the he's been in my house right johnny where had a good time all right what a great time you thirty i tell you what joe below stole the prodi like thing the koepka the cajole belong cook we've got a hell of a cold cui collaborated nicely he's got the mojo monica he's botswana i'll go we always have i have a good time i was just saying the joy i need something that's an easy an easy prepare meal a might go to something easy that's going to knock people lost their seat what do i get crew grilledcheese july likely will your leg ruled cheese or who can get like i get sick come some asparagus right and crystallized ginger golok and push partially finish shalit five ingredients on the five minutes on the five dollars on the plight of ingredients and i put together with somali boy you saute the fat then you assume that they get a little soft you put the garlic to crystallise ginger the plush costly in the shower thin indian like did it going really hot so we kind of course up and then i put that over some pasta who had some technical dino chief uh and the delicious awesome blocked the dish and people would only me the seafood yeah yeah yeah i mean i'm creating stuff every day the other day made you know i i mean every day it's something different tried or with uh with you know slipped and i make with a coconut name these just every day on critical my mother now taking care of my eighty eight will mother sold on i'm doing breakfast at seven thirty launches a letter than thirty thirty didn't know i feel like.

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"shalit" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"But he never agree to that now on the other hand prime minister netanyahu adamantly opposed the united states negotiating with hamas but israel negotiable heme us he negotiated will hill us he negotiated at great length with hamas through through egyptian and german and other media mediators hamas captured an israeli soldier corporal shalit and it became an extremely important and emotional issue within israel in political and human terms so israel negotiated an agreement over a long period of time for corporal shalit's release and involved israel in exchange releasing one thousand palestinian editors now they constantly arrest palestinian so they always have ten or twelve or fifteen thousand palestinians in prison while some of these were people were in the israeli term with blood on their hands i said to netanyahu twentyfive years ago a bash stood up in gaza and said he opposed violence he opposed the use of force against israel they so a very courageous thing for him to say and do and he has abided by that the palestinian security forces in the west bank our aggressive something overly aggressive in combating hamas arresting them taking a widow of miss preventing attacks on israel i said so give him some prisoners you'll giving his political rival prisoners and the message you're sending is that violence pays a mass conducted a military attack they captured an israeli soldier and they're getting a thousand prisoners released a bias opposes violence prevents attacks on israel and he gets no prisoners released and it's a devastating message to send out not just to the palestinians but the entire arab world while he wouldn't do it for his own internal reasons so both sides have taken actions made statements not done things that have contributed to it.

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"shalit" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"Devoured them to the poor like woah buddy slowed out and you know like i was as you have a lot of like cocktails loss on the no he was i was like try with lemon and giving interviews just like they were just disappearing he loves route wasters really weird helix salami so i know it's not his palette it's just like he likes what he likes to think that wasters was a big thing i think that same trip was the first time that he had like muscles steamed muscles with shalit and you know just the emi pan juices um he never had them before we ordered one big bowl for the table and then had to get mother one because he ate all of that michael like with the little wooden fork thing he was just echoing to town and dipping into butter was like war you but then we went to rome he he only eight spaghetti carbon are like literally for lunch and dinner for five day fiber diet dead i though she was pretty good i know here it's like his favorite pasta but even he at the end i come a sixday is this on a you had made it home prior yeah he had had that before but so the part of the like we're going to rome were going to get this matter this and he was like all just have the pasta carbon are and we're like okay the only thing you wanna have of roma's basic it is the same made you it every has really lago sails like yeah it's a traditional made you on every restaurant at his own sleep version of it but it's basically the same sedative and we were there with my parents so his grandparents who you know the whole time leading up to the trip my dad was like you you won't believe it everywhere you go they have pizza pa angela guzman was like the when where we go he knows griffey land this of means but even by day six he was like.

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"shalit" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"shalit" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Look after the welfare of the noble laureates that we are responsible for were you ever hopeful that you would be granted a visa to go to china to attend the funeral of you show oh boy i have to admit i did not have a great show and i do not think it will be very realistic at high will be granted a visa but i do believe that it would be in fm test the key gesture by the people's republic of china if day what impact have ground that nee visa and licnen me travel to china for the purpose of showing a child boy and his immediate their respect in this tragic situation do you have any regrets about the awarding of the peace prize to liu xiaobo do you think that it may in some way around the have from compromised his position by shining too much of an international spotlight on him this is a great concern when we import prices tear individuals that are on the execution or are an act in prison already when they are half the price it was the same situation franck cell search he led by lens so was in the same bummed ripples situational and this is a concern we have personally i was not sitting on the committee at the time but obviously there the committee came to the conclusion that it was responsible to give a shower or the price and the signals we have received in the aftermath we have understood how every we have never had direct contact with m a t was indeed very grateful for the price and the a support that the nobel peace prize does kid to an individual and the nobel committee says that it is confident the term his efforts were not in vain we are confident about that in a long pressed edge to it because i do believe that leo xiaobo he's not the only in today each of shalit who is supporting and i think for reached four and that can lead to human rights and rule of north standards in china i do believe that in a longer perspective this will be part of a positive development in the people's republic of china you had that'd be very critical of western governments for responding as late as.

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