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Two pharmacists fired after one allegedly took COVID-19 vaccines home, mixed doses at DMH in Illinois

Chicago's Afternoon News

03:47 min | 4 d ago

Two pharmacists fired after one allegedly took COVID-19 vaccines home, mixed doses at DMH in Illinois

"Indicator. We're a couple of pharmacists have been fired. The story comes from the Chicago Tribune and the reporting of Lisa Shankar, who joins us now, Lisa, welcome back. Thank you s Oh, tell me about what What's going on here in Decatur? Sure. So, um, we foid my colleague Jomar. Avoid a emails from the Illinois Department of Public Health. Freedom of Information Act. You filed? Yeah, thank you and looking asking for anything that they had received having to do with complaints about how vaccines have been administered and there were emails between Memorial health system, which is hospital Decatur and State Health Department because apparently to pharmacists employed by memorial health system were fired after one of them took doses home to her family members and incorrectly or inappropriately mixed doses of the vaccine. On a day when 300 of their health care workers were vaccinated, let's take the first one first. Um the the pharmacist has not been identified. Right. The emails did not include names in the health system that they couldn't tell us names. She was fired because the health system said what? She took vials home to her family. How what did she do? Sure, the health system. Apparently, What happened is she took a dose is home to her family members, According to these emails, the health system said that she took two doses and her family members were not people who would have been eligible for the vaccine. At that time. We know how many people were talking about. Um, health systems that she took two doses. Doses. Okay. And then the other situation and I didn't really understand this. Um, what defense was that? You explained it in the peace but that they were mixing doses from vials. Explain that for me. Sure, so if each let's say each vial of a fight of five your vaccine contains like six doses. After the pharmacist takes the six doses out of the vile there still might be a little bit left at the bottom of the pile. And so what This farm sis did was take that little bit that was left at the bottom of the vile and combine it with leftovers from other vials. Um, which to me? It sounds like a great idea. Yeah, right, And they're actually has the controversy about that, in some places about you know, is that a good way to get more vaccine? But the FDA said that that should not be done that That's a bad idea. Because it is. The sexy doesn't contain preservatives. So if you're mixing Vaccine from different vials. It could lead contamination issues. That's because the vaccine was taken out of one vial introduced to the Needle and the syringe and then reintroduced to another violence that what is that worthy infection? Which, Because it's more like Let's say you have a tiny bit of it left over at the bottom of a few different vials. And then you combine that little bit from the few different vials to create one new dose. Okay? And and that's the same pharmacist who was You took two doses home to her family, right? Okay, so two pharmacists were fired. What did the other one do? We don't know. We know it had to do with with this incident, but the health system, um, would not say how this other pharmacist was involved, so maybe covering it up or something like that. Yeah, We just We don't know you. I'll just

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"shankar" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"shankar" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Their earliest conception. Scorpions were Rudolph Shankar. His brother Michael, the blond bomber. He first rose to fame as a member of that group, and then something I think is we guitars for UFO. Got his own group. Now he's still very much alive. And today Michael Shankar is celebrating birthday number 66 scorpions were this was from their album, Woman first Sting, and I had Klaus Mine on the show. I want to say, maybe in February or March. Talking about the whole song here in Herman. Rare Bell is the guy that did the lyrics on this thing Mine and Rudolph Shankar did the guitar work, But if you go back and listen to a lot of early scorpions And the brothers could really shred your cars anyway. It's Michael's Shankar. That's got the birthday today. Jim Crow cheese celebrating a birthday today. Of course, no longer with us. Jim Croce was born on this date as 1943 which would have made him what $81.80 70 healthy here. Matt, Ohio Universe 78 today passed away. Of course, the plane crash back in 1973. All right, so bottom of the hour it Xavier Basketball Xavier against Providence, and then after that NFL football on here My guess is this after savior will pick up the Ravens and tightens and bears and Saints and Browns at Steelers in the NFL.

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Self-described American nationalist is held in New York City bomb hoax

Lars Larson

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Self-described American nationalist is held in New York City bomb hoax

"Nationalist who police in New York City say left a hoax Explosive device in a car at a shopping mall yesterday's turned himself in 22 year old Louis Shankar surrendered early this morning in Brooklyn. Shankar, who on social media describes himself as a patriot and supporter of President Trump. Left the fake bomb and a test lay in the mall's parking garage. He was previously arrested in December. 20 December 30th after police say he torched a poster attached to a police barricade in Manhattan. The Trump

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"shankar" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"shankar" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"You like what hear we'd be grateful if you give us a rating of iTunes or through whatever other source you use for podcasts and please subscribe so you don't miss a thing. Thank you. My guest today is Shawn Carter of a loon Sheng car is a senior vice president in global Chief Information officer wage Verizon a leading telecommunications conglomerate with revenues exceeding a hundred thirty billion dollars. Annually in this role Shankar is responsible for the company's Information Technology strategy architecture development and management of the information systems portfolio continuing evolution of digital platforms and operation of all supporting infrastructure. He's been with Verizon for nearly twenty-five years originally joining the firm and was known as GTE in.

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Lebanon, Israel announce U.S.-mediated talks over sea border

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Lebanon, Israel announce U.S.-mediated talks over sea border

"Between Lebanon and Israel later this month to help resolve a longstanding dispute over the maritime border between the two countries as we hear from NPR's Michelle Kelemen The talks are expected to start October 14th at the United Nations headquarters in the southern Lebanese town of Naqoura, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs David Shankar says both sides asked the U. S to mediate. He says Lebanon and Israel are serious and focused on resolving the maritime dispute. In order to pave the way for oil and gas drilling. They should Sort out who's resources are the U. S has been working on this for a long time, he says, adding. This is not part of the U. S. Effort to get Arab states to normalize ties with Israel. Israel in Lebanon have no diplomatic relations. Michelle Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington Stocks finished higher

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Belarus protests: Opposition keeps up pressure on Lukashenko

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Belarus protests: Opposition keeps up pressure on Lukashenko

"Large crowds are expected in the Belarusian capital Minsk for the fifth consecutive Sunday to protest against the country's president, Alexander Lukashenko. They want him to resign for those detained in recent weeks to be freed. From Minsk is Jenna Fischer, President Lukashenko, maybe hoping that having detained or forced into exile, almost all of Belarus is opposition leadership that the protests will subside. He's likely to be disappointed. But lorises demonstrations at times of numbered in the hundreds of thousands and are decentralized and organized through messaging APS. There's no sign of them going away. What started as protests about a rigged election now just a cz much about the abuses that have followed. In the last few days. Women protesters have started being targeted with President Look A. Shankar's who did riot police dragging dozens off the street into unmarked

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At a Crossroads? China-India Nuclear Relations After the Border Clash

Monocle 24: The Globalist

09:49 min | 6 months ago

At a Crossroads? China-India Nuclear Relations After the Border Clash

"We start the program tracking one of the most potentially SA- serious spot points globally the ongoing hostilities between the nuclear-armed countries, India and China earlier this week they discharged weapons that each other for the first time in forty five years as a four month standoff between their armed forces escalated into warning shots in the western Himalayas. The skirmishes worryingly reminiscent of the circumstances surrounding the beginning of a war between the two in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, two. Yesterday. The foreign ministers of the two countries met in Russia in a bid to defuse the military standoff Jonah Slater New Delhi Bureau chief for The Washington Post and Isabel Hilton China dialogue join me on the line now. Thanks both for for joining us is about what was behind this most recent exchange of shots. That rather depends who you believe I mean one. Of the meeting that has taken place in Moscow, which has been some extent. Calming is that neither side will acknowledge any wrongdoing and indeed continue to blame the other. There is a very in general terms there isn't defined line of actual, control? The seem to be signs that the past three or four months across quite a a a length of it. So not just in one sector, China has been a pushing the actual you know situation on the ground by crossing the line of Control China, accuse his India doing the same thing in this most recent incidents and says that it had to fire shots in the ad to deter what was Indian aggression India has said over the repeated incidents over the past few months that China has advanced and then has not on a promises to retreat. So we now have quite an extended standoff which began in the in the West and sector. But has now extended to the eastern sector to what in your Natural Pradesh which to southern. Tibet. So it's a sustained standoff still during the what more do we know about the outcome of the meeting between the two men yesterday Well we know that they met for two and a half hours a lengthy meeting their first in person meetings since the crisis began Jason Curve India's foreign minister is a is a former ambassador to China. He has deep experience there. But in terms of outcomes, what we basically have is an agreement to continue talking it's not nothing but it's definitely not a breakthrough I mean Isabel do you think there's any real appetite for compromise and given China's current aggressive stance globally will one be trying to dial it down I think that I don't see very much appetite for compromise on either side we all you have is highly nationals governments which both. Set great store on territorial integrity and and then of course, you come to the sensitive point where the territories real defined and then you have a you know constant potential for confrontation. But if you add to that I mean what one thing that is very different from in in this border confrontation with other areas of conflict China like the South China Sea for example, where were you have because it's accessible and and territory marine territory that's used by lots of different kinds of people in people from from different countries, you can enact a conflict at a lower level if you like using fishing boats or or customs boats, and you don't actually have to use your main forces. But this is highly inaccessible territory. The only people who are out there really are our armed forces and they have increased. Both sides have increased the presence of their forces really dramatically in the last few months, and in the last few years, they have increased access to the border by building infrastructure building roads and railway building roads rather So you have the potential to mobilize both heavy weaponry and larger numbers of troops When you have a moment like this, do strategically, I would say that China is trying to discourage India from. Joining in a mall full blooded way any anti-chinese coalition organized by the United States so the has been quite a warm relationship between Modiin trump as we know, and and the question is how far India will take this because that could be a Catholic. And during this meeting, come about because the to happened to be in Moscow anyway or is Russia playing the piece Burqa. Well. Both of them would have been at this meeting, but it does seem that Russia is playing a little bit of a role of convener here as a country that. Ostensibly would like to see tensions reduce. It has constructive relationships with both countries there have been reports in the Indian media suggesting that I'm sorry that Russia was doing some quiet diplomacy behind the scenes earlier in this crisis but I think the these these two men obviously would have been there anyway just comes at a very. Sensitive, sensitive, and important time. It's about what's in it for? Would I guess it's less less difficulty in the neighborhood they do as we've heard have rush the Russians do have constructive relations Russia likes to be seen as a broker these days I mean the whole trajectory of Putin's kind of outward posture has been to assert Russia's important so to be able to mediate between a traditional friend India and. country. Rival with whom relations little complicate it China would greatly enhanced prestige. One of the difficulties is that what we know from the reorganization, for example, the Chinese military which is put sheeting. Very firmly, inconspicuously in command, we need to assume I think that decision is made about deployment of troops and our posture go very much to the top So you know without a signal from the tall, the foreign ministers of my decide couldn't actually resolve this. Yeah. How do you think this fits in with the the general foreign policy aims of India. I don't think expected crisis with China I. think that was not part of its. Foreign Policy Goals as Isabelle was speaking about no, India is. Wary of China's rise, it has been drawing closer to the United States and also to this grouping called the Quad, which includes the United States Japan and Australia this one of the interesting aspects about this crisis with China along the line of actual control is that India says at least that it's at a loss to understand why China is doing this it repeated that again today that. Shot, the tiny side has not provided a credible explanation for this deployment. Jay Shankar, the foreign minister a few days ago said repeated that India's is a little bit flummoxed here, and so if China is sending a message that it doesn't want India to draw closer to the United States, India's not really getting the message quite clearly So I think that's one of the strange parts about this entire episode, which is we don't India claims at least not really understand what China's motivations are for this. Quite significant deployment along the line of actual control which began in April and then Burst into actual skirmishes, skirmishes in May, and then the deadliest violence between the two countries and more than fifty years in June. I mean Isabel attorneys right WH- one can't really see what's in it for China I. Mean as you say, this is an area where there's really not very much. It's inaccessible the only people there are the soldiers. What's the point? I think the point is is partly to shore up she gene pins reputation at home is a vigorous defender of China's global position and Chinese sovereignty, and you might well argue that that sovereignty over a few miles of inaccessible mountain compass matter but they matter symbolically domestically in China. It also might be I mean, we've seen a passion of a very assertive behavior. Put it no more strongly from China pretty much since the coronavirus outbreak and a lot of you know if you look across the piece it what's been going on there had been provocations in around Taiwan with you with Chinese. Military flights crossing into Taiwanese airspace very recently and and we have you know I, think for the first time that I can recall in. Since the sixties we have on this board, we have confrontations in both the important western sector and the equally important eastern sector. Now, that's that's kind of unusual that does signal a much more firm intent to send a message even if it's not a message that India understand. So it may be a message that's being directed to the Chinese public that you know we can do this because we are bigger and stronger than India and we will continue to defend. China's position in the world.

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Impact of Biden's Choice of Kamala Harris as Running Mate

Bloomberg Markets

05:59 min | 7 months ago

Impact of Biden's Choice of Kamala Harris as Running Mate

"Just dividing Picking California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. Let's get the what this might mean for the Democrats as they head into November for the election. Marty Shankar, chief content officer for Bloomberg News, joins US Marty. Thanks so much for joining us here. What's your initial takeaway of Kamala Harris as Joe Biden's running mate? Well, I think you know, and it's been spoken about all morning and yesterday afternoon. It's a historic pick. She is the first Whom the person of color to be on a major ticket advice. Presidential candidate and you know, it solidifies what some Think was a somewhat of a vulnerability for Joe Biden. That's with the with the black voters. And I think that you know it was an excellent choice. Well, Marty, you say that. But will there be any pushback from black voters given her record on criminal justice reform and as a prosecutor Yeah, You know, I think that's been a problem for her. If this came out Bloomberg another George stories about her role in as attorney general in California. Oh, and as a district attorney in San Francisco. She has Been criticized for being Dick really aggressive in her prosecutions and resisting remuneration for those wrongly prosecuted, But that was you know, decades ago. Um, I think that you know, it will be a line that GOP uses against her and they've already started. Um, but I think her attributes will probably be able to overcome those What do you think This means? This ticket here the way this potential campaign may unfold in the next couple of months means for financial markets here. Well, you know, I think the important thing you know no one's really talking about it. But Pamela Harris and Joe Biden. Their policies really are dependent on what happens in the Senate if the Senate remains in Republican hands. They're going to have a really hard time getting any of their policies through so I think the focus really needs to be on those important Senate races, their number of them That were supposedly safe for Republicans who are now in tossup territory. And I think place like main on Arizona. So you I think that that's really going to be a pivotal thing for markets. But I do think that if you didn't see it the other day, Ed in the former editor in chief of Barons wrote a piece in The Wall Street Journal saying that Biden presidency is going to be great for markets. Yeah, absolutely. And I think you know, market participants are already saying that we had marked as Reon yesterday. Who, you know, obviously. Is it a financier, too? The Biden campaign and so he obviously was very pleased with the comma Harris choice to It would have been his choice. Marty, what happens between now and November in the sense that Joe Biden can be a little bit unpredictable? Is there a way that he could throw this? Well, you know, when people asked the what my thoughts are on the election coming up by continually say it's Joe Biden's to lose. And there is and I think the debates coming up the three debates and the debate the vice presidential debate this just one could have A really important role in how this election place out. So yes, Bonnie. It's quite possible that Joe Biden could say something or perform. Poorly and that may have a real impact on the race, which, despite the polls, I believe is pretty close. Marty, How do you think these candidates for the president and Vice President Biden How will they campaign over the next several months is it just could be a serious of television interviews and things like that? Yes, And I think you know, like today they will do a a century a small audience of participants so she'll be distant with I'm sure with mass And that's the way it's going to be until November. I mean, Donald Trump certainly would like to make it a more on the GOP side. Would liketo have his huge rallies, But I don't think that's gonna happen, so it's going to be as usual and unprecedented campaign. Virtual events on on video and that actually made Plato Bidens and ban it because he's much better in Hello. Prompted characters rather than life. Yeah, Marty, what makes you say that? You think it's closer than the polls suggest right now? What votes? Is the pole missing? Well, you know, we did a story about a theory that when potential voters are speaking to Pollsters. They may say that they are voting for the Democrat when in fact they are going to vote for Trump. I think that the There is this phenomenon and people just not willing to tell what they're That they support Donald Trump to pollsters. So I do think that there's that element of undercounting Trump's support. Fascinating. It's going to be just amazing. Several months. It feels like every presidential election in the United States brings up some new constitutional challenges and debates and difficulties, and this one's going to be no different. Marty Shankar's chief content officer here Bloomberg News. And of

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"shankar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 7 months ago

"shankar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is hidden brain. I'm Shankar Vedantam. Morgan Smalley has been performing with an improv comedy troupe since she was in college for Hey, somehow time after dozens of performances, she's learned that you need more than a creative mind to get the audience laughing. You also need to be a good listener. That means not just hearing what people say. You have to pick up on everything. That surrounds the words like Let's say I came out and instead of saying Happy birthday like the happy face, I could be like happy birthday. And clearly that means that I'm upset and then we go from there like why am I mad at them? Is it that when it was my birthday last time they treated me like garbage. Things like that. Morgan prides herself on being able to pick up on subtext on being able to read between the lines behind the lines. When she does that well. She can hear the results immediately. When you get the laugh, just such a self esteem boost its like instant validation. And instantly exhilarating. That's how she felt at a recent show. I was like a slug on stage. I like got on the floor and I like active like a slug inchworm across the stage. Her fellow actors lit up. The audience exploded in laughter when Morgan walked out of the theater that night. She was practically bursting. I just needed to Do something with my energy. Like I didn't want to just go home and, like, go to sleep. I want to do something just then this guy like walked out of nowhere. He was carrying a tripod. And a bunch of other stuff. And he was just like, Does anybody wanna buy this tripod and I was like, Yeah, I want to buy this tripod. I think I could get a lot of use out of a tripod. I was like, how much and he said. $25. And also I'm going to give you this $50 Amazon gift card and I was like, Okay, a tripod and 1/5 until Amazon gift card. For $25. Well, this guy is so cool. I'm totally going to do that. The high she fell from into warming across the stage just got even higher. Morgan walked with a guy to an ATM..

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AYURVEDA: The ancient Science of Self Healing and practical spirituality in the post covid-19 era with Acharya Shunya

My Seven Chakras

05:15 min | 9 months ago

AYURVEDA: The ancient Science of Self Healing and practical spirituality in the post covid-19 era with Acharya Shunya

"What's up action, tribe, heroes, hose and founder of my seven Jucker as my seven chocolate dot com, the shore we help you expedients, effortless healing, awakening and abundance in today's episode we talk about some really powerful and embroidered topics, including what roared as I read a play in healing, the true nature of self, the importance of cleansing, and so much more, but before that I'd like to remind you that I have recently released a twenty four page pdf outlining some of my favorite ways to raise my web rations and fien better almost immediately to get your free pdf was my. Joker does DOT COM forward slash? Feel better now. That's my seven juxtapose dot com follow today's feel better now all right, so let's bring on our special guest today. Who happens to be our second dime? Guest Ajaria Shuna so a CIA is a globally recognized spiritual leader and Wittig Lineage Order, who awakens health and consciousness through thick sciences of Ira Way Danta and Yoga, and she's a driving force behind noble and online, nor for profit wisdom, school and worldwide spiritual community, and the author of the bestselling book on the Reading Art of mind, body and soul, wellbeing and health I iradar lifestyle, wisdom, and forthcoming second book with sounds drew of Italy's in two thousand and twenty sovereign self so a Ajaria welcome once again. Are you ready to inspire I? Am Ready to inspire and thank you for inviting me back. I really enjoyed our conversation last time create. I did as well. And, so to begin our session today to begin our conversation today. What is your favorite or that? One Inspirational Court that is on your mind these days, and how you are of applying it in your in your life I'm really been condom leading on our food for word, Sanskrit statement by a teacher of non-relative duality from India Shankar up, and he had said them Jagan Michio which it really means is that. Everything I see is a lower order of reality and the theater in me is of a higher order of reality, and that is allowing me to be more within and give less importance to what's going on without me if you know what I mean. Wonderful thanks a lot for shedding BRAHMA MUSSET SUTTON JAN meteorite. Yes, which means that what you see around you? That is allusively at his transient at his changing. What is done is your true self, your eternal self, and that is something that you have to discover for yourself and then, but there are things that you can do to help you and facilitate that process. Of discovering their sovereign cells, and that's what we're going to talk about today so a Ajaria. What is a you're either? Because there's so many definitions right, there are so many connotations I grew up in India so I have a certain view of Irish. You studied Iowa and learn from the masters all your life. So, what is your understanding or your definition of I read? The description of IRA denial weight is or in the sketches. These, are you show V? The High Veda which means the Veda Veda means the knowledge off life is. And so I was a teaching from the ancients years, if India, which happily were men and women known as we. She's into Shaka's. was really a putting together a lot of wisdom. That connects SAS to life to the source of life. Rich may be make on Rana, or you know soul or consciousness ultimately, and how does it play out in the different containers of life, which is the body, the senses, the mind, the, and even the soul, which is really an Ospent of that super consciousness, a carrier of that universal consciousness, and so therefore I another at the Incheon sages who? Who gave us? Yoga will give us meditation. They also give Messiah that today. More and more people call it holistic medicine, which is totally fine, because it's way more holistic than any other medicine that I haven't gone to. At least or at least it's compatible to a lot of holistic ancient traditions from the word, it's no way behind it and be discreet. Discuss some of that in our previous. Discussion, but to. I would say that it's spiritual. Medicine is spirits medicine. That's why in India. Sometimes they call it. It's God's own medicine. And they ancient does Aj may have these celestial healers known as the Ashini Chimeras these are these twin brothers who care of the all the medical needs of the gods, and they are said to be the first I obey. The doctors apparant the living today in the heavens, so I love all these connections of spirituality.

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Xerox CTO Naresh Shanker

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

07:23 min | 1 year ago

Xerox CTO Naresh Shanker

"Shankar? Welcome to tech nations great to speak with you Becky Beta looking Russia. I thought we'd begin with your current post. A lot has changed since the last time you and I caught up you you are now the chief technology officer of Xerox with a remarkable purview that includes rnd as well as running the technology function more. Generally speaking at that company and what an interesting time to be Xerox eight organization that is going through quite a renaissance at present isn't and I thought maybe you could take a moment and describe. What was it about this opportunity that attracted you to make the move over to Xerox? Yeah Thanks Peter so one I mean Xerox has had a very a very richer I'd say in its hundred year history history of both in invention and innovation It's it's really amazing. Run and What really intrigued me me about? The opportunity was I have the unique opportunity to transform and revitalize the Brandon Business from and a business model and Also you know digital transformation perspective So that is number one fundamentally transforming business so that it's easy for customers to engage And also consumer technology as a company. So that's point number one. The second aspect of the role also exciting was actually the the opportunity to actually transform the the product portfolio across The Workplace Solution Landscape the graphics landscape and All of the new sciences That will help us. Transcend the print franchise and so the opportunity to also launch new lines of business business and create a value Is really a huge opportunity. That I thought was quite exciting so on many different levels food this role and opportunities quite unique so So I don't you know I have to give this a shot because it's Really of very unique opportunity and an exciting opportunity and Off The brand is a monkey brand highly respected in the industry and so wiped out You know Why not and so? That's what brought me here and And I'm looking forward to the run because I see the Mike Three five three and five years being really really exciting to transform the brand at many different levels. Why I'd love to get digging a little deeper in a rush Ashton transformation and you've alluded to some of the areas in which you're hoping to your for example transcended print franchise use your your words to Get into workplace Klay Solutions Graphics New Leverage New Sciences. I wonder if you can tak- maybe a couple of those examples and he'll back the onion a little bit further and describes describes what you see in terms of the pathway with some of those whereas whereas what will be the sources of innovation and what complexion do they take. Okay so when you look at the the print franchise which is our CO business and workplace solutions and graphics We now see ourselves moving moving into a whole new range of sciences to take advantage of close to. I'd say a fifth approximate fifty five plus billion dollar market opportunity That is ahead of us in all of these new sciences so if I look at Beyond the CO business in the areas of packaging In the areas of packaging of you know there are new sciences around direct object printing in line marking All of these new areas areas that potentially are adjacent seas and also moving into the packaging. Cite Ah the digital printing packaging side of business so automobiles will be adjacent agencies to the core business of the next set as an example and then the next set of businesses that launched As an example is it was basically a starting with treaty. The treaty additive manufacturing business predominantly focused on liquid metal That is a very very Interesting technology it's highly disruptive and What's unique about the technology it's fundamentally revolutionizes manufacturing and and Both around speed around speed cost and reliability of what we've done in the liquid metal space is We both technology Where we can actually absorb the low cost and put in take off metal aloys that are commodities and Begin produce high-quality production pots that that have tremendous integrity and density in terms of the materials that we print of low cost reliability and also the speed and so it's a huge value proposition and So that's that's a classic example in terms of Directionally How you meet? This is in the additive space. And you couple that with the treaty software. That now aroused us to design predictive models And also pest invalidate the composition and the quality of those models before they even get printed so the treaty. Ai Software that's going to be coupled with the hardware and creates a very unique value. Did you proposition so so we able to print not just parts that are denso The fast and CHEAPO and and in compared to those made from metal powders right which typically has been where most of the industry has been investing it and and And so what we've been able to Actually mitigate is a lot of the other technologies around metal. Powders you know have long again. The Post production processes Procuring and be powdery. Well we don't. We don't have that complexity. Actually that comes with a post production process and so big knowledge again in the faster cheaper and Much Mo- so What I call it? Preserves the integrity and the density of the the materials have been used So it's a very very exciting play In the three D. space and to produce a complete three sixty experience of to really address what I call the on demand nature chill of manufacturing since we live in an on-demand instrument economy right You pay for what you consume and you'll pay when you consume Emmett

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"shankar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"shankar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Our night on new sounds the percussionist and composer Brian Shankar Adler grew up in an ashtray round silence and the sounds of Indian music and all those inflected form the way he makes music he has just released a new CD that will get a chance to sample tomorrow night the perhaps the influence of Indian music is not so over in his piece but will also hear some music from the percussionist and composer Adam Rudolph whose go organic orchestra is a bit more explicit about it Indian musically then on Thursday night at eleven the heads up Laurie Anderson will be my guest and we'll be talking about her latest effort the album called songs Fargo deeply inspired by the Tibetan book of the dead and that'll be Thursday night at eleven if you'd like to hear this new sounds program again it's in our audio archives the easiest way to find a specific show is with its program number and for this specific show the program number is forty three oh seven use any web browser type in new sounds forty three of seven you'll get the show which looks to the south which looks at the history of American expansion Weston to Kentucky where Rachel Grimes and her family have lived for centuries and going back over those centuries Grimes found herself confronting some tough questions as well here in this next sat as I mentioned earlier the way fourth is full of songs and stories one of the stories is Dolly in eighteen forty account of a woman who lived as a slave and who was for some unaccountable reason expected to join in the celebrations of the settlement of fort Boonesborough Kentucky where she had been dragged against her will as you'll hear in her in her tail that is followed by a piece called bill of sale in which Rachel found out that her fourth great grandfather so her great great great great grandfather purchased a slave in eighteen twenty four and her three children and Rachel's response to that is a choral piece whose entire text consists of the words are no then we'll hear from Rhiannon Giddens the award winning violinist banjo player singer songwriter formerly of the Carolina chocolate drops now a highly respected solo artist and the song called at the purchasers option which is also about the the practice of buying and selling people during the time of slavery and of the title refers to the fact that if you were buying a slave you had the option if it was a woman to buy her child or children as well you didn't have to do though in which case they would be separated from their mothers so that's that's the tale told by Rhiannon Giddens and her song at the purchasers option first here is Rachel Grimes from her opera the way fourth and the tale of Dolly those days expects the frigid cold and someone giving no father's name no land to farm no wife away in this place to a man.

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"shankar" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"shankar" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

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"shankar" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"shankar" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Lot of rapids. They have torches they come after you with torch screaming they see you stupid monkey. Why don't you say no? LISTEN IF I said no they give me vitamins and make her live long. Want you to live dude. I hate this thing. You'd be living longer but you wouldn't be in that job so you might like living. Yeah it's impossible for me. The only thing about my life visit. Don't have family anyone anyone. They all died in. Nobody will get money like that. Most humans like that. I don't know at most humans like I don't talk to many thank you look. I don't think I've ever said this on the show Giuseppi Spaghetti before but I agree with you. I think you should die. You're so tired like this show is moving at such a brisk clip and then you came on. Just you're dragging the energy down so I think you should just die but I do have a suggestion. Chris over here doesn't have a job okay he. He's decided through heavy meditation in Environmental Camp that he wants to have a job. Oh yeah it'd be cool to earn. You have a job that you don't want and you bake nick. Did I totally like jump in if you have. Recipes are not allowed to read right. You're not allowed to to read or write. Nobody meter you alright. They said you're not allowed or no one taught you know very tired of me. They said you're not allowed. Okay so both and they said if udorn three arrive we we toss you into public. I must be so hard. We're on as you're going to the public. This is where you want. No the public. The public is making New York Komo private decayed during birthday party Look I all I'm saying is like you don't even know what have to know auto bake I take over his job. I'd be happy to step in. And you know what honestly would help you boundaries if what is battering boundaries are like we have them around our country's walk ought we can places strong another's interesting ones like skin. Skin skin is weak in some places. It's strong and other places like the bottom of your souls stronger autumn of the Benji seat over your feet. Yeah but you can also use bands to make you feel comfortable like when I walked in. I saw Sarah. It was totally nude and it is making me very uncomfortable so very politely I said. Can you please change this screens. I'm not seeing your naked body. And she said no Seattle Shia boundaries. So I got I tell my customer. Hey you must let me go to the bathroom. Where are you going to? The bathroom must wear giant cloth diaper to be giant. If you're just a cloth diaper no must be giant must fit my whole day is oh so. You're being several times that is like you wouldn't be safe with other baked goods. I I don't know what to do. I tell them I'm peeing as we speak will tell them to stomach snake was happening and they understand this. Although they don't already they got AH. That's better than dying moved to Palm Springs. Yeah Augusta Fun either. Nobody is secure. Nobody find me the Cape Jack spinks checking you in down America's droopy Dick. No one likes it and now what are the core. The Nets Soda Springs. Let's ask Sara Sara Siri Siri. What are the coordinates for Palm Springs to die? There's some information. Just tell me Fox Palm Springs Palm Beach Cheat Feet Palm Beach to tell me to Florida. You should go there and then nobody looked for me. No by look for you I will look for. I don't even know. How am I look just to kind of check down that job opportunity? Yeah Yours I I think you should die. Die Right now personally I'd be happy to assist you and I think Chris I think you should take over the job. Can we do that. Can do a job swap here. Where you become unemployed Chris you become the baker occur? How it though that what seed dress? The one One is only cafe on the street. There's no street name if there is I can read okay but you can number late neighborhood. Wine is the only number that Oh yeah ones this stick in La. Oh so go to Sicily find one and then you know y'all know chainsaw NATO for lease you must you must do your catchphrase. Hey Okay no pass no please Alabama's passport go if I don't have a job to pay It's a vicious circle. Just happy you'RE GONNA have to go back. No please please give you okay. My Year's earnings user just sticks. I've got five. Pay You and sticks the five state I mean look is is bad enough. They're paying you in sticks. They're only giving you five to one eighth of a sticker. Put a piece three this money. This is manning. Oh it's not really money I mean they need to be paying actual money for this. This is a scam. He's just get out of it. I have a friend. She's great in video production action and she's offered Chris over here a job. Shadowing an apple box. Oh no apples. We can use a food. uh-huh triggered triggered. Okay I'm going to guide you through a quick Meditation Fun Picture My aunt John. Okay picture her walking into a recovery rooms trying to find a higher power and she finds a man and she safe and until you let it all out off now say just having this is going to be an issue for you if you. I can't mention any food items ever again it's GonNa trigger even the word that I just use. Od F. O.. D. is one of your. That is the snow college humor. Oh but if you if you can't even if that's that's gonna I mean we normally humans we you know how many Times Sarah Nine ten twenty times a day. You got to dig out nine. I choice because all the laws out Rod feel bad. Tell from your voice I I'm I'm going back the other way. I think you just need to die. Is there anything we can do to assist you in this. I mean he throw anything every. Throw anything okay. It might've might've Kleenex box office or hard to kill. ooh Nothing Bill Delaney. Shoot me find a gun to make a gun and I bought a bunch on nine eleven. Okay here's one. I think penetrated the skin. I dipped it made in the bulletin pig's blood. No it Amanda Miskin stronger anger. What how to live forever? Oh man this is like a twilight zone episode episode as like a real thing the thing about the one where the where You Think I. It's certain people attacking an earthling but it turns out that earthlings are attacking giant woman on a love that proves earthlings are strong ought to throw in the week down. Look I mean. I certainly didn't book this guest in order to prove to you that earthlings are very tough to kill but and this is certainly not rica in disguise. Were tipped off to the fact that you are an alien by your email address. Overlord Lord at x t dot Com. This is not. What's going on? No but earthlings are tough to kill even when they're old and we you can want to die you can't die and so taking over taking over the earth is just going to be impossible so so if there were any aliens out what they're hiding behind the moon they may as well take off. 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"shankar" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

09:54 min | 1 year ago

"shankar" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"What planet has the quickest orbit around the Sun? Just give me definitions of planets sites useless. You're much better say rabbit rabbit. Rabbit Potato Potato Through Potato Save the gravity was not so strong to your like it is on the moon for. You've been oh yeah every day every day where are you based By by SD base. Where are you based Turkey? Oh owner giving just happened the whole dialogue about holiday. Like where's your. Where's your spaceship? SHIP ORBITING CLAN X T. Quarter Next C. O.. One it's like crazy out here I. I can't find the Yana my map. Okay so we are there stars. Did we ever talk about that. Oh Yeah Oh everywhere. Yeah confirmation on that kind of you look Iowa Star. Wow Yeah and it's out is out here. I I love to go stargazing as human activity. I love to do and I loved one. That must be all the time for you. I is all all you can. Do you have a loved one out there with you. Who's your loved ones? They actually records their name. Do Pleasure pleasure and how do you do it. I was wondering I because I could use some tips. Oh yeah I know Ala- The ballot you got your bottom hall law now. Which one do there's more than one you'll have one? I only have one too. I mean there's a few things going on I'm not gonNA cast the spurs like for only having one bottom all now. I know how I so. You you situate your bottom now bottom hall on what every lock and then breath and then you go up you go. He moves I decide friction and then is there the sounds like what I usually correction. Okay that's the out. Yeah is missing. The Internet was saying stationary. Yeah I was just like getting it in and just laying there and rock pollock to saw I can rock. I'll tell my husband. I am rock song by the way. Yeah you just sit and rock Sidra saw uh-huh and you know what what's crazy is when a house and a house to house Ricca you do. I have a house. Do you own a house. I don't own a house. 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I really am smiling relating to things and I've gone other places. They don't intersect a lot when you go to bar I I on. There are too many people and got a new place. It's called in New York City New York University. What are the coordinates of New York University? Okay well let's ask. Ah Sarah Sarah Sarah. What are the coordinates of New York City Information? Syria doesn't tell L.. You anything anymore is found. Here's some information talk to bitch. Woah bird all your computers. You all you. Humans may included. We should burn our computers. Burn them bar all computer. I mean I. I think that's not a bad idea in terms of at least getting rid of some of your social media sites like facebook or twitter or something like that. I worry if we burned all computers mobile rocket delivery systems might be Commission to that point crazy yeah. I wouldn't feel safe. Got Rid of like every piece as a technology getting rid of Your Nest Cam. You certainly wouldn't want to do the great sponsor Nasscom Bambi Baby. Yeah smaller one owners can be that's for S. for your tiny doors doors doors or doors door. Oh Hey that's talking about your top. Yeah sneak during your snake back door boy so it goes in like a snake and it comes out like a snake. Yeah the story of food. Yeah wow that's gorgeous. I'm not flying star is they're all according to Siri. There's a million people in in New York so the law that's a lot. Yes perfect certainly If they all band together and work as one would certainly be unconquerable group of people some people move away. You think here's our dreams are working out for them. Probably probably maybe. It's good to be realistic. Move a why really WANNA audition no little more than just for law and order. It's true nights. You GotTa Florida well. They love Florida. I know one person who's moving out of New York going to Florida and not to get. I know that is exactly what you'll have to say I do. You know what a commercial is. We need to take one. I certainly hope it's I haven't been wasting all these plugs We need to take a break when we come back. We have that unemployed person that I was hyping. That's exciting. You know almost the opposite of you man. Another human being. Yeah Oh man well your tongue kind of look we are gonNA come right back with more comedy. Bang Bang after this. The state farm believes in helping people and strengthening communities being a good neighbor is rooted in the DNA and core values of state farm employees and agents and state farm is involved with many organizations and initiatives that are focused on bringing about positive change in the communities in which we live such as neighborhood assist which strengthens neighborhoods by providing selected organizations. And you know. They select them with grants to make their communities better wealth. 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Moussa Sissoko admits getting too tired playing in Pochettino's diamond

ESPN FC

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Moussa Sissoko admits getting too tired playing in Pochettino's diamond

"Off to the seven to to walloping enhanced by and this is what they're spurs midfielder Moussa so to say we get tired too quickly. When we play with a midfield diamond jubilee it was October Fest Foot by Northland don't think Soco saying anything and he didn't see with our own? Is that what what do you make of him and she going so public with with this criticism so some of these guys do not. I guess they haven't had media training. I guess they do an odd question. Well you just have no commonsense right as it pertains to your essay question. You don't have to answer it. You can dance around did even if you feel that this is the case what is there to gain for Mussa's so come on and say we get too tired when we play in diamond what somebody's GonNa feel sorry I four u Somebody's GonNa say oh. I'm so sorry that you have to run into midfield. I'm so sorry you have to tackle people. I'm so sorry that you have to get it close to midfield player. Come on man honestly this is we're talking about Champions League and we're talking about playing at home playing against via Munich. We're in this guy is bringing up. We're getting tire. Come on is this further sign Shankar and the beam plenty already that the players and the manager getting further apart yes yes I see that for this reason this as far as I'm concerned the only players in the park who have any right to complain about getting tired because of nineteen minutes are you wing box given what's asked of them in modern day football. If no you complaining about getting tired of formation it points to something and fog far deeper than than just answering a question incorrectly my opinion and given what we've seen from Spoo- so far this season this just visa Mussa's who looking for an excuse to try to explain their poor performances looking for an excuse that somehow absolves him mm-hmm and the rest of the midfield of any kind of responsibility furthermore kind of throws a manager under the bus so which is why answer my question your your question the way that I did. I think it's it's it's alarming to have a player answering the question that Frank. What did you make of what's going on a spur from a farming? The statistics are pretty stop. They've won nine. They lost twenty eight games in all competitions. Why why the exceptional season last season where the their right level? I'm not sure maybe they were playing at one hundred and forty percent. Maybe they were fortunate. Let's say lucky when you see Lucas scoring three goals in the semi final against away from home when you everybody thinks it's it's dead we want something from the Spurs may be the not able to recreate because they were here. It was too much for them and they just came back as human being this season they showed the weaknesses reina what the MHM weaknesses where Eden by a real fortune last season and now you see the conflicts coming up always dot com and from USA Sissoko saying to the Koch. We don't want us to play later because I think we don't like the way you make us play and prominence becomes becomes reality when when in fact you can't answer the questions on the field and last year they were able to do so because they were playing at the maximum because they oughta spirit together and because they were lucky did not anymore in those three statements interesting you'll photon over achievement because guys would look at the starting eleven it is still a fabulous team on on on paper. It is not an argument be made that they'd just been a victim of great by inside on on Tuesday night but also suffering and they've done that before you would say it's just a slow start. If you don't go back to the end of last season on how much of a struggle it was other than Champions League and maybe making the deep running Champions League mass a lot of the issues that we're going to get over chief. Did they overcharged grossly over achieve. You can meet well. I mean even even even the biggest I fan will be like attendance. League final. I look over achieve got fortunate but they took advantage of that good fortune and give them credit for that but clearly there's been issues with this his team since deep deep issues back then that they haven't resolved they did not answer it through the summer and they have an answer yet and early on in the the season for me. It's not only the players is not only puts it. The it's just a whole feeling oh spurs right now seems to be while they go brighton and Walford Nixon the primarily that may be just the remedy that they have all due respect to break known. What extra chime is where we onto your twitter questions Enj- you can see it every day on Youtube Channel

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Ukraine president's party leads ahead of parliamentary vote

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:39 min | 1 year ago

Ukraine president's party leads ahead of parliamentary vote

"In April laniers Alinsky swept victory in Ukraine's presidential election it was a curious case of life imitating art misters Alinsky was the comedic star of show called Servant of the people I mean which depicted a regular guy swept into the presidency with a message of change once in power misters Alinsky wasted no time guy over what's going on in his inaugural speech. He said he would dissolve parliament and hold early elections. The vote will take place on Sunday on the ballot. This time is Mr Zielinski. Namesake Servant of the People party polls suggest it'll make a strong showing he needs it too if he's going to make good on his promises to Ukrainians frustrated with the old guard some of that old guard must be voted out of parliament in the Ukrainian system. The president has limited powers. I Know Snyder covers Ukraine economist most of the governing hours belong to parliament and government formed. I coalition in parliament so despite his victory presidents Alinsky has had pretty limited room for maneuver. He's been saddled with essentially okay the par Shankar government his efforts to make progress in terms of lawmaking have been stifled and so he's been restricted to sort of symbolic steps and I think he wants to take the real lovers of power but I mean can he what what sort of political influence dizzy hat I mean I I understand. He's a good sort of figure for people to focus on but do you think he can gather the political will he needs so if the polls are it'd be believed his party serving of the people is polling somewhere between forty and fifty percent some even in thinking might be able to gather pure majority regardless of whether they crossed the fifty percent threshold or not hill likely have the largest block in parliament and the dominant position in whichever coalition he chooses to form and in part it is a reflection of what people have seen in him so far he's made a series of sort of symbolic steps things like canceling a military parade and instead paying bonuses to servicemembers reducing the number of the presidential staff announcing plans as he had promised during the campaign to move the presidential administration from its old imposing Soviet headquarters. These are things that have signaled to voters that he's serious about change and so far Ukrainians are choosing to believe but I mean the single biggest thing they went to believe is that undue influence on the government by all the guards and the like will go away I mean does he presented credible chance of that exactly and this is the rub as always in Ukraine where the political system is under the grip of oligarchs. Mr Lansky has faced questions about his ties to one oligarchy in particular eager Colombo ski who was the owner of the T._v.. Channel on which Mr Leonides comedy shows ran in recent years when you take a look at the list of candidates for his party it seems to be a real l. sort of grab bag of genuine young reformers and political novices looking to make a mark for the first time old friends and associates from his previous life as an actor and folks with some questionable ties including two oligarchs so the parliamentary list is in some ways manifestation of Lewinsky's desire to be everything to everyone and the question will be if Mr Zelinski does manage to gather a parliamentary coalition and form government. What kinds of laws will start to push firsthand? How directly will he challenged the oligarchy interests? It's still largely controlled Ukraine. So what exactly is he planning to do to address those concerns. His policy platform has been quite heavy on things like introducing more what he calls snug avoided avoided direct democracy decentralizing if you will more power to the people removing immunity from deputies M._p.'s parliament so some somewhat populist moves like that the question of sort of economic policies policies a bit fuzzier. He's promised to continue with the steps required under an i._M._F.. Loan program it's helping to prop up Ukraine's economy even to this day. He's promised to pursue tough anti corruption measures but his legislative agenda. We'll really come into focus. Once parliament forums it is a bit of a smorgasbord something for everyone and it seems to be working as intellectual strategy well working at least as the polls are concerned anyway. What do you think he intends to do regarding relations? Into Russia and the conflict in eastern Ukraine this is another obviously major if not the major issue for Lansky and for his presidency he's taken a different approach in certain important ways to par Shaneco are Sankoh pursuit of very a outright ethno nationalist even approach to the conflict Zilenski has been more willing to talk about and pursue building ties with the people not necessarily the leadership of but the people stuck in the Russian controlled controlled separatist territories in eastern Ukraine. He's been more flexible about the use of language switching freely between Russian and Ukrainian Russian being spoken more commonly in the east of the country and he's already engaged in some direct diplomacy even with Putin himself. There's a potential prisoner exchange in the works and that would be certainly a signal of positive movement and perhaps assign that the two leaders are engaged in a more constructive dialogue than in the past but at the same time Lansky will have to fight off horses domestically who will accuse him of being too nice as it were to folks in the east of getting to engaged with Putin and that will present challenge for him going forward and so all told what chances do you give him move overturning public opinion of reading the government of undue influence of stabilizing the economy of normalizing relations with Russia. What what odds do you give success in terms of the symbolism? He's already had some big successes his figure his person in in and of itself represents a new Ukraine a post Soviet generation or generation that didn't make its name and it's money in the murky division of assets after the fall of the Soviet Union the Ukrainian populace at large already beginning to have a more rosy outlook about the future about the direction of the country the downside is that if he can't fill that shiny new form with the content of governance that could be real disillusionment and he'll be up against deeply entrenched interests and forces throughout out the bureaucracy throughout the economy throughout the state know how to run this system and how to work this system much better than the former comedian turned resident.

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Drugmakers will have to reveal medication prices in TV ads

Bill Handel

06:49 min | 1 year ago

Drugmakers will have to reveal medication prices in TV ads

"By the end of the summer, probably when you see those ads for drugs on TV they're going to be adding the retail cost and that is going to be stunning. When you see that? Absolutely a stunner. And why is that because as you see people prancing dancing around and hanging out with their grandkids. And throwing the little ones in the air and going out on boats and gardening 'cause they couldn't be happier. Even the elderly people always look spectacular because they are professional models and actors you fascinating, how it works is that since the law change, and they they had to add the side effects of thirty seconds of the ad is side effects. And I mean, they're horrific when you actually listen to them your face is going to fall out. It's going to be as big as a watermelon. They'll be blood hammer, gene from every orifice, you have huge open Shankar's your livers gonna literally pop out of your body. I mean, just really good stuff because side effects ordinance. Oh, and by the way, you may die. That's also very important. And so that's already in there. But the people are still prancing, dancing everything. Everybody's very happy. And as at the end of the commercial as the prancing Nancy goes on. It's ask your doctor about this drug, which incidentally is a very powerful message because doctors listened to their patients it's not the other way around because doctors want to keep those patients, and so they're writing scripts like crazy and with the patients come in based on the ads is the newest bestest. Drug that's on the market G. I wanna try that. And then then the shocker comes how much is it a here's what the drug companies are saying and what a fantastic defense. They have putting up prices is confusing. Those aren't the real prices because we discount so many of these drugs, and there are paybacks, and you have these organizations that distribute and these various HMO and hospital groups that go she ate with us. So it's not the actual price. Okay. Then simply put up the actual retail price and say prices may vary depending on your insurance, depending on whether you're paying out of pocket, depending on whether you're a member of group and all you do is put that up. That's for example, not letting car companies put up the P or not letting WalMart put up the price of a product because it's confusing to actually know the price. I mean, I am stunned with that. Because let me tell you when you find out how much these things actually cost. Brand new drug, and it'll make you feel better if you have insert name of Edelman disease here. You're going to be thousands of dollars per month. Even if you're talking about a single hit. It's completely insane. Marjorie went through some pain awhile ago and the doctor prescribed Oxycontin, not actually not not Oxy Coton cotton, which is a long atla- long lasting, which incidentally, you can't get. I mean it because these are opiates pharmacies. Just don't stock them finally found one pharmacy near my house. That stocked it and I had called around that cheapest the cheapest price I could get was twenty bucks a pill. And then there were some that were selling them at thirty bucks a pill. I thought I was on the street out there talking to a drug dealer. And there's no generic for it. Either. And wait until you see on TV. Eighty dollars a pill two hundred dollars a pill twenty thousand dollars a year for this course of drug treatment. Well, of course, the drug companies don't want you to see that. You know, why? Because it's confusing. Uh-huh. And it'll stop people. Here's the other one. It will stop people from using the drug and therefore we want to not stop people. We want to help people with our drug. So they can get better. Well, yeah, it you're right. Paying forty thousand dollars for a year worth the drug is going to stop people from UCLA. I got that. So therefore, you should know how much drug costs you should actually get the sticker shock when you go to the pharmacy. When they say you put in your prescription. It's thirty pills when they say, oh, that's twenty eight hundred dollars. I for example, take little as you know. I even like skittles to bring down my boiling point. It's so I don't overreact is. So I don't go crazy have no idea what I used to be like pre lamentable days. And there was a time. When I couldn't even take the generic matter of fact, I don't take the generic we have some. But I for the most part, I take the real thing. Three grand a month. Wow. And that's with insurance. No, my copay because I have Kaiser is very, okay. But it's it's three thousand dollars a month. So can you imagine the advertising for la- McDonnell? And there it is. If you take little if you are handle less in the way, you live life that is completely out of your mind. Blowing up walking around your head is about to explode because you have such high blood pressure be prepared to spend three thousand dollars a month for that drug not counting cholesterol drugs, not counting anything else. At our house. We thank God that we're part of an HMO. We're probably at five six thousand dollars a month worth of drugs. And if we were out of pocket, I mean, it's it's crazy which by the way, so many people are out of pocket, and then we go right into the topic of health care in this country, and how it

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Linda Bonanno And NPR discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Linda Bonanno And NPR discussed on Morning Edition

"The placebo effect. It's when people who participate in clinical trials feel better after taking sugar pills, and it's pretty common. Researchers have asked whether doctors can use placebos as a tool to heal people. But there is an ethical hurdle. Most doctors believe placebos work only if patients think that they're getting actual medicine, if they're being deceived essentially, but there might be a fixed NPR's Shankar vay downtime has his story for a decade, Linda Bonanno organized her life around the inevitability of pain intestinal problems constantly interfered with daily routines. I couldn't even. Move. It was worse than labor pains. You better have a baby than what I

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 'New IRA' admits killing Northern Ireland journalist Lyra McKee

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

'New IRA' admits killing Northern Ireland journalist Lyra McKee

"Europe. The new IRA says it was behind the killing over journalist in Londonderry, Bloomberg showed Shankar has more on the violence in Derry. Leyrer Mckee was shot dead. We'll covering riots on. Thursday that if Republican group has offered its full and sincere apologies to have family and friends in a statement given to Irish News it says, she was tragically killed in the course of attacking the enemy two teenagers arrested over her death were

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Ukraine's presidential vote pits comedian against incumbent

BBC World Service

07:34 min | 2 years ago

Ukraine's presidential vote pits comedian against incumbent

"Of course, now let's go to Ukraine, we heard about the start the imminent start voting there at the start of this hour round two of the presidential election. The race between the incumbent petro parish Anco and Vladimir Zilenski a comedian. He's only experience of politics is playing the press. In a hit comedy on television. Nevertheless, he pulled around twice as many votes as president Pora Shankar in round one the lead up. Today's vote has been extraordinary. It's or both men. Take blood tests for drugs and alcohol and televised debate in a stadium which is head of the final vote today. We're live in Ukraine is one of the country's most prominent novelist entry Kirk of known for his surreal nightmare stories about life in Ukraine, including death and the penguin and his latest is the bickford fuse Andre welcome to the program. Thank you. Thank you. We spoke to you before the first round what if anything has changed since then in your mind. In the country. A lot has changed because now we have to follow camps. Oh, really? Coralline because they're very into vote for different candidates, and everyone is considered the site crazy irresponsible. What has has emerged during the campaign with regards to specific issues policies plans from either side? The main issues that radian hell, no plans, and he changed several times people in his team. So it's not clear who will be working with him. Once he becomes president. In fact, actually yesterday was slight scandal. When one of his exit visors complained that kids said that she never met him. So I mean, we know that if for Shanta. Gets. Victory. The station will be probably the same. But I've been Persian has done new promises and promise to speed up the direction towards Europe and NATO. Alinsky in his few statements said that he will edit the. Discussed about Ukrainian language will have rights to Russian speakers. Hit accusers lovely all the political inversion Korean being completely corrupted unable to leave the country, peaceful solution with they separate. Territories. One nothing yesterday the debate he used quite a neutral positive word about separatists instead of usual description of them as terrorists and bandits or listens to bring my guests in hurricane to ask questions of you. Mark stevens. I was interested in this whole thing about Vladimir Zilin ski. And it seems to me from the reporting. We're seeing in London that many of the voters and politicians are seeing him as somebody who if elected will be easy to manipulate. What's your take on that? I think they are. Right. Because he doesn't have any firm views. He doesn't have. Well, Rick program. He was reading the debate the members of his team from paper like, you know, their names, and we know that actually he was created and financed by the only gar either moisture who cannot come back to Ukraine, while per cent is president because criminal cases against him. So I think it's quite possible. But also large part of the voters will vote for the landscape just because they are against for us because they may TV channels creative so negative picture of Shankar. And they were completely incredible accusations against on eager key ski TV show. Actually, there was a problem where person of organizing of his own rather. And his brother many years ago, I think was killed in car accident. No, you spent some time in Ukraine have new teaching journalism and journalism ethics. Yes. I was I was interested to run the basis of of that having having been out there and worked with journalists in the Ukraine who were thrown into the situation where they're reporting on quite different than anything that ever done before. And what was in other countries as well as the media, not necessarily really rising to the challenge of these these populist candidate? So I was wondering if you could explain about how you you touched on it just now, but the extent to which the media has been able to really get under the surface of what these candidates have about what's actually really happening in this action. So a question. Yes. The journalists and how they've been able to cover it. Several different camps, of course, maintain which. Most of different oligarchy so gentlemen, schoolwork in there. I'm complying with policies in us over the owners of the TV channels independent. Journalists are working mostly for either slow TV channels all like. Journalistic investigations bureaus and website, and they're the live receiver grants from different international foundations, and actually I think the reason for the new tech against Persian was an investigation by journalist whose name is Smith a nigga who did it for a small TV channel in his investigatory program, and he reveal to the corruption in the defense industry of Ukraine, just before the elections, which contribute, of course, think to better better ratings for the landscape and worse ratings for word finally on eastern Ukraine on you've traveled there in recent times. What's the view there of this election? Well, it's interesting people who are voting for Yanukovych in the into elections. They're going to vote for the landscape the same time people on the Ukrainian side of the done. They now quite at odds with people on the separatist science, but for economical reasons, but generally, I think south east, and yeah and part of central Ukraine. Landscape because he's also speaker, and because he sort of wise to his disagreement with the national Listrik Ukrainian policies which were supported by for Shankar who has now the major support from three major Ukrainian-speaking region in the west of

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What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?

FT News

11:17 min | 2 years ago

What kind of president would Ukraine's comedian candidate make?

"Floods. Alinsky a TV comedy actor pays to be on coast. Unseat president petro Porsche Schenker in the second round of Ukraine's presidential elections this weekend Casey Martin discusses how he got there. And what kind of president he would make Roman audio audiology. Glue. We've just had a clip from a campaign video of Mr. landscape taking selfish with his team what kind of character does he play on TV, and how did he go from acting into politics? Let me start off by saying that Mr. Zielinski is a very funny and talented comedian who strikes the basic emotional courts with average Ukrainians, and I think it's very important to put this into context the country is into a six year of war in far eastern regions where Russian backed separatists, and it's gone through a lot of economic pain during these past years and his performances, including his comedy performances where he mocks politicians is sort of escape a release for the population. That has a lot of anger on various issues from lingering corruption to the economic pain. They're feeling in his popular TV series called servants of the people where he plays a honest schoolteacher who becomes president unexpectedly. He plays a. Character who combat's the oligarchy, it's a very popular widely watched TV show in the country, and it presents sort of the ideal president that the people would like to see in contrast. The current president who has a patchy reform record is an oligarchy himself and in the TV series of until the people. There are episodes, for example, where Mr. Dolinsky playing the role of this on a schoolteacher walks into parliament and imagine himself with automatic guns shooting in killing all the politicians in such scenes are scenes that many Ukrainians who are fed up with corruption. I'm sure would like to see perhaps maybe not in real life. But they would like to see someone who comes into power that really changes the way the system here works. I mean, he's clearly struck a code. But how did he make that transition into real politics in real life? He hasn't made a transition to a sort of a conventional Ukrainian politician Ukrainian still to this day. See him as the character in the TV show. They haven't really seen the real Mr. Lansky in neither have Ukraine's western backers nor even journalists because he hasn't really given a lot of face to face interviews. In depth interviews. He hasn't appeared on the streets doing traditional campaign rallies. And so you cranium seeing him often what they want to see is sort of character, who is honest who is just an average person who is fed up with the system in wants to change it, and that's really the unorthodox campaign that he's run his campaign is focused largely on two fronts mobilizing the youth. Electorate the young generation who see him as one of their own and he targeted them specifically through social media. Meanwhile, we have the television series, which a lot of elderly Ukrainians watch. Is he young and south Hello to say he's forty one years of age. So he basically grew up in independent Ukraine and is not Butte as the same as the current political stablishment. Who are all Soviet born and developed this people partially in the Soviet Union. And during the crony nineteen ninety s where a handful of individuals, amass massive amounts of wealth. So he's viewed as this anti-establishment figure by population which desperately wants big changes and a change from the current establishment with fresh faces. Recent polls have shown that sixty or perhaps more percentage of the population. Want a new face as president and new faces in parliaments a complete overhaul politically service really isn't extraordinary situation, a new sort of campaign, but what his policies how do they differ from his opponent? Petra parish Anka, you're right. It's a very surreal situation in many respects, and it's just astonishing. How popular he's become in a very short period of time since declaring his bid for the presidency on New Year's Eve, which was just several months ago. But in reality, we don't really. We know who he really is in what kind of policies he would bring in how different they would be from portion goes because he has been very short on detail. He is avoided as I've said in depth interviews on foreign policy domestic policy giving very general statements in many ways, the general statements that he's given since a group of several former fficials had joined him as advisors have been along the lines of the current objectively that Ukraine is going on in terms of foreign and domestic policy, which means sticking with the IMF program and with the western-backed support, countering Russian its aggression. So what are the achievements and shortcomings of Mr. putter Shankar as president has he done thing to tackle the corruption that seems to be the biggest concern in seems to be fueling so much enthusiasm for Mr. landscape. Let's remember that Mr. Persian go took power when he was elected with fifty four percent mandate. Just a couple of months after the my Don revolution sent a pro Russian president. Fleeing to Russia and Russia at that time after the revolution. Swiftly annexed Crimea and fomented a war in the far eastern regions of the country since taking over Persian go has rebuilt the army, which was caught flat-footed in the early days of the war under his leadership. That government has achieved. A macro economic stability creating the foundations for a healthier economy across the board. There have been significant reforms in removing the room for corruption in rent-seeking in various sectors of economy, including bringing market level prices to utilities and independence to the central Bank. However, the major shortcoming of Mr. partial go, his political achilles heel has been his foot-dragging on reforms that are needed to punish corruption in forming. A functioning court system to give a little bit of context the court systems in this country. Have traditionally been used by presidents and other top officials as a form of leverage over other politicians. They have not been independent. So it sounds like fuse. Yeltsin for his campaign is rather low for Mr. portion goes, yes, it's been rather low. However, he has made a remarkable comeback though. His chances of reelection seem distant his poll numbers about a year ago were in single digits in the first round of elections on March thirty first he came in second behind Mr. Zilenski, he mustered about thirteen percent support that is a significant increase from the single digit numbers that he had prior to that said gang back to MRs van ski his career has been backed by another oligarchy lives in exile. But owns the TV channel that screens his shows. Tell us about eager Cowboys we ski and why he had to leave Ukraine. Yes eager. Komo's ski is. A very interesting character we had to find out your times interviewed him a couple years back. He was camera shy for many decades, but came out into the open of Ukrainian politics after Russia annexed Crimea. He accepted the job as governor of a region that borders the Br. Takeaway regions in eastern Ukraine that Russian-backed forces in separatists took control over he played a big role in repelling further incursions into the country, and we interviewed him shortly after that and found him to be in some ways of very candid figure, but impulsive and obsessive in clearly one who seeks influence, and he had a big grudge against portion cone, those days what we've seen is that Mr Hallam Whiskas channels have been giving a great amount of airtime to misters Alinsky and his TV series in particular, and this has increased support for misters Alinsky. We also see. There are reports that lawyers that we met in the presence of Mr. Colin Moise are playing a sort of backroom role in advising, Mr. linski. There are reports that bodyguards of Mr. cola Moise have been hired by mister is Alinsky to protect him and other evidence of links. So there is a lot of concern that Mr. linski could be a puppet of Mr. cola Moise as Mr Puerta shaneco claim. Tmz Mr. Zielinski, however has denied this and promises that don't be no special treatment for Mr. cola Moise, who by the way promises to return to Ukraine from Israel where he's in exile, currently after the elections. So he may have some practical backing from Khulumani scape. But if we'd have situation where for example, he wins what sort of policy input. Does he have what kind of backing does he have in that sense much of what we know about Mr. Alinsky is potential policies going forward? Come from a group of former government ministers in officials that have become his advisors. They include the respected former foreign minister of Ukraine Oleksandr done. Luke who was a key official in relations with the IMF. And a former economy minister deliver wanian born Ibarra Abramova choose those two along with another individual who's advising him are saying that the policies will be consistent with the IMF program. And that Ukraine will remain on a pro. Western course, however. What really will happen under his presidency remains a bit of a question because he has not formally announced who will be members of his team who will hold what positions in the government and doubts are big. Because in some of the first comments that misters Alinsky gave to the media after announcing his campaign. He said a lot of things that raised eyebrows. For example, he described IMF loans as to expensive when they are actually some of the cheapest sources of financing that Ukraine can get nowadays. So what's at stake here for Ukraine? Why did he's elections matter? There's an awful lot at stake here for Ukraine Ukraine is on the front lines of Russia's broader war with the west which started in two thousand fourteen with the annexation of Crimea. There's also an awful lot of steak for the west here unpredictable leadership in Ukraine unclear governing could complicate Ukraine's relations with western backers including the multibillion dollar loans that are needed from the IMF their key to propping up this country as it faces. P conformed debt payments this next year. So there's a lot at stake for bondholders in Ukrainian debt, for example, questions about Ukraine's leadership under misters Alinsky. And no one knows very much what to expect for him could also test the transatlantic unity behind Ukraine and Russia sanctions over Moscow's, continued aggression in Ukraine, a vacuum of power in Ukraine, should it occur under his Alinsky leadership or more infighting could also lead to instability that could make the country more vulnerable to further Russian aggression. And let's remember that Russia really seize the moment, tactically annexing, Crimea and formenting a war in eastern regions in the post revolution period of Ukraine in two thousand fourteen when there was no strong vertical of power. So high stakes in a very unpredictable situation. Remers thanks very much. Thank you.

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Why "Garfield" phones have littered France's coast for 30 years

PRI's The World

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Why "Garfield" phones have littered France's coast for 30 years

"For decades people walking along the coast in the Finney stare region of western France have noticed a weird pattern like really weird every once in a while bunch of plastic telephones wash up on the beach, not just any phones Garfield phones, the world's Imola Shankar explains. It's been thirty five years that these Garfield phones have been washing up on the beach. I'm talking bright orange landline telephones shaped like the Monday hating cartoon cat. They've been a local symbol of plastic pollution in the ocean. But no one knew where they came from until now, thanks to a local farmer named Rene Mormon. He's lived near the beach his whole life here. Members a bad storm in the nineteen eighties. When he was around twenty years old that was when Garfield phones, I started washing up all over the beach. He and his brother investigated at the time, but he forgot all about that. Until a local website. Ran a story that jogged his memory this year. More of in got in touch with our Villon sue an anti litter group and shared his story that led the team down a cliff pass slippery rocks and into a cave, that's only acceptable at low tide. It turns out that a shipping container with hundreds of plastic. Garfield phones was lost at sea in the eighties and got stuck in the cave. Must have been a Monday since then every so often the current sweeps. Few phones to shore case closed, but the shipping container is buried under rocks and mostly accessible, so the people finished air can look forward to many more years of Garfield phones on the

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"shankar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is hidden brain. I'm Shankar danton and Asha fear and send them a lion Athen believed that when something you desperately need is in short supply, your brain tends to focus on that thing. This focus can be so intense that it impedes your ability to think about anything else. What happens when the thing you're missing it's time when you're so busy, it feels like you don't have time to brief let me tell you the story of a young woman named Katie. She asked us to use her middle name for reasons that will be clear in a moment for as long as she can remember Katie has been driven really driven. When I was in high school. I was determined to be valedictorian. So I took a sophomore level honors biology course, as a freshman in high school, and I studied around the clock. I had no cards I walked through the hallways with the note cards. If there was a holiday party, I brought the cards, and I had also studied till two or three in the morning Katie says she wanted to be perfect at school. She eventually got to medical school where she excelled. She graduated at the top of her class and quickly started harassing the new schedule was grueling. You can get in at five thirty or six in the morning, and you round on all your patients. And then you you round with the team that means you go to all the patient. Checking on their plan and just medications at cetera is necessary. And then there's usually a lunch conference where we have -cation. And then in the afternoon, we might take new patients in and keep following up on our patients and on some days, we get to leave at four pm some days. We don't leave till one AM. And then he's usually start the next day at five thirty or six in the morning again. And you get one day off a week usually work eighty hours a week as katie's workload grew. She started to feel she couldn't afford to waste a single moment instead of spending any time relaxing. She started to focus only on things directly related to her success at work when I first started it was just like really busy. So I try to come home. And I felt like, you know, I just don't have a lot of hours. So I need to make the most of them was like, okay, I need to make sure I'm exercising keeping my body healthy, and I need to read and stay on top of things. So I come home after pretty long day, and I might go walking for half an hour. And then I'd read and then I go to sleep. But then as the time went on I decided to try to get in more exercise than like, I.

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"shankar" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"This is hidden brain. I'm Shankar Danta. Let's say someone wanted to buy one of your eyes. Would you go for it? I wouldn't tell my is no. Because sight is precious. Okay. But would you say, yes? For a million dollars. No, no, no. Because I had a lot of vision problems growing up, and I already have like resolved that I went through Lasix unlike good now, what about ten million dollars. Well. I don't think so. Yeah, I'm going to pass. Yeah. If you said ten million dollars Hillier, I'm building a house and hunters I'm helping to FAM I'm gonna just like have ipads on like slick, Rick and he good. Maybe you're listening to this and thinking, hey, if someone prefers ten million dollars over two is well, that's their business. Or maybe you think commodifying human is in this way is just wrong are hypothetical. Marketplace for is is one example of what he communists sometimes referred to as repugnant transactions. They make us on easy. The four Sastre define the boundaries of what is acceptable to buy and sell they put morality into conflict with economics. He said, I'm gonna pay you hundred zero. If you're going to touch something more on your family court in Hackensack New Jersey's my child. One. Surrogate mother has refused to give up the baby. And I know what she wants what she needs. It's not clear as a site that we want everything that we disapprove of to be against the law..

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Tencent shares jump 3 percent after Chinese regulators approve new games

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Tencent shares jump 3 percent after Chinese regulators approve new games

"Twenty two down one tenth of one percent. Nasdaq up forty seven up seven tenths of one percent in New York. Charlie pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Thirty three minutes past the hour. Let's take a look at the Asia Pacific. What to expect today? And what's happening at the moment. Here's Doug krizner. Let's begin with the euro, Brian because we were down quite a bit of New York trading at one point we actually dipped below a buck thirteen that in afternoon trading, which coincided with a report on German or the German government, reducing its twenty nineteen GDP forecast to one percent earlier in the day ECB president Mario Draghi intensified. His warning on the challenges facing the euro area right now, we're dollar thirteen zero six so with euro weakness, the dollar strengthened against the majors. Bloomberg. Spot index picking up about three tenths of one percent on the day slightly. Weaker yen one oh nine fifty three in spite of that pullback, though, we're not seeing a lot of support for futures on the Nikkei trading in Chicago. We're only about twenty points above where we finished in the cash market yesterday in Japan, and in a little while we're going to get the Japanese CPI for the month of December want to get you to Sydney now, we've got Paul Allen. They're looking at the early goings down under and maybe a little taste of what's happening in New Zealand. Good morning, Paul. Yeah. Morning. Doug, gambit of a mixed bag in this part of the world, the dole is continuing its slide. Seventy eighty one the six high by one percent, but I wanna tell you about one of the worst performance today. I am he offers seven percent. This is after the wealth management warned the full year earnings are going to slump another thirty five percent costs piling up there from the financial advice scandal. I am going gonna take another one hundred and sixty million AUSSIE dollar hidden fiscal twenty nineteen on top of an earlier too. Hundred million dollar hit. So those shares easing off today over New Zealand daddy. So looking pretty flat right now dR, all right? Thanks to Bloomberg's Paul Allen here in New York. We had crude oil picking up about one percent. There was a report from the government. The energy information agency actually came out with a rather bearish view on the shale, boom. However looks like the growing instability in Venezuela is carrying the day helped WTI finish above fifty three a barrel right now, we are at fifty three o nine in the electron accession. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio in New York rish. Yeah. Thanks, the two bills aimed at ending. The US government shutdown has failed the two sides in anti gay shading at banks is go global news. And he's in the Bloomberg nine hundred sixty San Francisco newsroom. Yeah. Rish. Thank you. It's back to square one. Well, with the exception that both sides now. No there are two options compromise or leave the agency's shutdown. Bloomberg's Marty Shankar says the two sides now have gone back to the bargaining table. The outlines of some sort of a compromise that would continue that would open up the government for three weeks contain some semblance of border security. And the president says he is open that it will compromise reasonable agreement. I would support again, maybe a pro rated deal on a Wally says, but that a wall has to be part of it earlier in the day Chuck Schumer said he needs to know that the president will sign something that they negotiate last month. The Senate unanimously passed the short term Bill to keep the government open. It was leader McConnell's idea. Everyone thought the president would support it. But President Trump buckled to the most extreme voices in his party. So the talks are still on Japanese whalers say they will form a fleet of at least five vessels to resume commercial whale hunting, July first it says exact locations will be determined by research in June. It says catch quota and hunting scheduled not scheduled and decided North Korea's Kim Jong UN has ordered preparations for a second summit with Donald Trump. He says he will wait with patience and in good faith to work toward a common goal. The issue is what Cam needs from Trump to make any moves toward denuclearisation. The US has ordered non-emergency government employees out of Venezuela and the Trump administration trying to clarify statements made by commerce secretary Wilbur Ross about government workers thirty days of that. Some people will be out. There's no real reason why they shouldn't be able to get a loan. Against. So the president asked about it today, and he efforts what he was he being Ross was trying to say banks are working along. If you have mortgages, the mortgage is the mortgage the folks collecting the interest in all of those things, they work alone. And that's what happens in down like this. They know the people they've been dealing with them for years, and they work along the grocery store and explanation of why they really don't need to rely on food banks global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron a tick tock on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Brian. All right. Ed. Thanks very much. Thirty eight minutes here past the hour. It's time for global sports. Dan Schwartzman

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India Outlaws Islamic Practice of 'Instant Divorce'

Investor's Edge

02:07 min | 2 years ago

India Outlaws Islamic Practice of 'Instant Divorce'

"Has criminalized the Muslim practice of triple Talaq or instant divorce, despite a court order ruling last year calling the practice unconstitutional a divorce obtained by a husband reciting to lock three times to his wife is still in use in some Muslim communities in India. Ravi Shankar Prasada, India's Justice minister said the executive branch of the government was forced to intervene because the ban has not been followed. The new executive order calls for a jail term of up to three years for a husband using the practice for divorce. Critics say few Muslims use it. And that the Koran never mentions the instant divorce to lock is banned in several predominantly Muslim countries including Turkey Saudi Arabia. Abia cutter and Pakistan

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"shankar" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"And so our communities from all of the different. Yeah, what's happened since then and even even with civil rights, the way that our cities were divided when highways remained left. Some parts of the city's blocked off and excluded from good schools. Excluded from good supermarkets, you know, from from everything access to food. And so now we say, you know, and, and a lot of what. But I believe in is is the health problems that we are having this associated with food is a system problem. It's a problem of our food supply. It's not a problem. It's a problem for the individuals that have the health problems, but it's not to blame them. It's actually we should be looking at it as a system problem. And so start people's personal responsibility were taught right. Exact reason calories out if you just have the willpower and exercise more and don't eat as much, you're going to be fine. It's just not that simple. It's definitely not that simple. And and so if we think about it that way, and we think about the system that we have set up for Africans Americans native Americans, Hispanics have the highest rates of obesity and all the chronic diseases in our country. It's because of the communities that they have been allowed to live in. And that's essentially how it's happened. So we have to start talking about that sovereignty of the native food system is an interesting topic you've got reservations were. They were all basically hurted too, and they basically usurp their traditional food systems. And then they shipped in government commodities of flour, Shankar and crisco baseman shortening which are all deadly. And now they're enormously overweight eighty percent get diabetes by the time they're thirty. So it's a massive problem. It's almost like a second. Genocide of the native Americans..

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"shankar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the digital age this is hidden brain shankar via danta this week we're looking at loss and renewal zeroing in on the expected moments in life that shift trajectories before the break a young violinist named maya shankar learned that she could no longer play her instrument because of an injury in her left hand up until this point her whole life has revolved around music not knowing what else to do meyer retreated to her parents home in connecticut her life felt in disarray the summer before doctors basically told me i just stopped playing completely and just by luck i was helping my parents cleaner basement in cheshire connecticut and i stumbled upon in old course book of my sister as it was called the language instinct by steven pinker maya started reading and the more she read the more excited she became it was remarkable for me to learn about just how complex our minds were in just what was required in order for us to have our day to day experiences and so it really wet my appetite for learning more about the mind and for exploring in more depth kind of the brilliance of of the brain she started to study cognitive science she went on to get her phd at oxford on a road scholarship she got a postdoctoral fellowship a promising career in academia lay ahead of her but here again came another unexpected turn over thanksgiving break of the final year of my post doc i was at home and i was visiting my undergraduate adviser from college names laurie santos and she was telling me about the us department of agriculture efforts to get free and reduced price lunches.

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"shankar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"It is that time espn nfc extratime adrian haley shankar louis whole bank off the you'll chick go by these so happy to be back if we really just want you to give us a fool the full breakdown of the gophers for this vision actually do that i could break down the pope's can remember them the nineteenth holes or whether it was good to a spectacular it was good zingo and as you don't relevant for many years actually pleasant the end of may can be can be dicey tricky especially every time of the year can be dicey not just the enemy chevy back sir you may have rachel seen a little bit about the city around most tangle still good yeah have you signed the petition more than little jason wants to know why did five hundred thousand people signed a petition to punish rambles as five hundred thousand peel with nothing too life five hundred thousand or need to go up in the moment let's say i've i got nothing to do and my life in saying that protecion over jaylen football field it is a little mold shoot wakes up in the moment and says i'm gonna have to petition again take two uefa punish people mustn't make challenges anymore these will then nineteen ninety nine hundred ninety nine all sign that people say good nothing goodness gracious me parenting i don't know if the sex on thousands of it will petition to get me off the show.

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"shankar" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"If you finish last in rasonable one yet i'm paul position and that meant manuel maldonado who vocally finished last in race number one and you can well i'll tell you that he had a few things to say to sasa con chai mongol cutter hey i'm presuming had a little argument with race one and we call with him of enough you words with him in the assembly area he wasn't too pleased that was the body language anyway maybe i'm misinterpreting that but head to our website motorsport dot radio and maybe you can pops see exactly what i'm talking about 'cause we managed to catch it on camera anyway so race number two then and it was maldonado on pole position and was a about stop full ravi shankar but solely stuff from all denardo took off it deed in venice is actually got a good saul ravi shankar lease off the line gains at least two places but yeah that first lap did not go well for him he dropped a number of places and the biggest beneficiary of that i i pop at the front was ravi shankar teammates krishma headache who did manage to jump up two seconds at least early stages and from there i think it was pretty set maldonado oversee has the speeds and the experience more than any drive in the field to break away him in matic really really what to for most of the race but it was venezuelan venezuelan that came out on top and it was a excellent second victory from him especially considering he's done he's done this before olten parkey enu as he was doing and while he while while he was probably was not happy with how race what ended this this is good way to come back especially as he's finding a headache for fifth in the championship at the minute certainly they will there was a good few incidents let's say in race number two as expected that's kind of what the rules were intended to entice really and that's what they produced nikolai god who did fantastic lee well to scramble up the field having started in last because he won race number one well he got up to well to pay six at one point all the way from the back of the grid and then him and jamie chadwick mysteriously dropped down the field.

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"shankar" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Let's Talk About Tech

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

"Cool no we are running short on time but shankar has given us a coal from london good morning shankar michenko high touchy machine yes i wanted to know if you up to date with skype yep so yeah because i've been using skype way your son they ruined that you first started using it absolutely i mean i'm i that i can get my way on news i we set yeah but they tell me my my you are having your credit if you do not the not try i'm not getting anywhere so that's not okay so with skype you know you can have free telephone video kohl's from device to device so from small small foam final pc or whatever in terms of credits there are add on functions that you can have so for example you can take subscription with with skype you can either by credit unused up or you can take an annual subscription which then will allow you for example to ring landlines or international numbers even mobile phones in the states as paul your subscription so you might pay them that say a hundred pounds for worldwide subscription and then you have the ability to to any reach skype uses but other normal uses there are other functions that you can have as well where you can for example have a telephone number so the your skype line gets run by someone who's not using skype so they give you a number which is kind of nice because you can kind of choose to appear to be where you not geographically say so you in london.

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"shankar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg's small business report small farmers and ranchers have a beef with the trump administration the federal government has blocked an obama era ruled that helped the small guys fight back against big agricultural companies where they feel they are being unfairly treated lot of farmers and ranchers thought mr trump would allow it to take effect citing his support for small businesses at rule americans bloomberg reporter dina shankar wrote the story we'll meanwhile farmers day thought that trump was going to support hardworking americans wedged farmers very much are and sell this ways to then major disappointment from his campaign promises have obeyed while farmers and ranchers are left with few options the challenge huge companies over allegedly anticompetitive behaviour jay platt a rancher in arizona who also voted for trump says it leaves the capital producer absolutely punchless it's now 639 on wall street the following is from bloomberg view the opinion section of bloomberg if there's anything to be gained president trump's feud with the widow of the special forces soldier killed neige year it said americans are firmly becoming aware of the us mission against extremist violence nest spreading across the suhel region of africa the role of the us military has been critical helping local nations defeat affiliates of alqaeda an islamic state boko haram criminal indicates and tribal rebels this strategy has shown promising results the us mission involving several hundred special forces has been training troops from burkina faso mali niger nigeria and other states the military needs more funding for security and public services in sparsely populated areas of mali and chad congress should pass a new war authorization to avoid mission creep and give a strong legal basis for counterterrorism operations far away from the original battlefields in afghanistan and iraq eventually the facts on the illfated nizhny our mission will come out but there is no need to wait to address the danger of increasing extremism in africa this detroit was written by the bloomberg view editorial board i'm david shipley for more view please go to bloombergviewcom and view go on the bloomberg terminal this has been bloomberg view.

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"shankar" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"This is hidden brain i'm shankar v dont'a every year many students who have overcome daunting obstacles in high school received good news they've been accepted to college many of them are lowincome students with outstanding academic track records and they represent a success story the american dream made real with hard work students who don't have a lot of advantages can bootstrap their way into higher education and a better life only it doesn't always work out there eat with which kids who are college intending do not actually get to college in the fall is surprisingly high this is lindsay page and education researcher at harvard in one sample that we look at in the boston area we find that efforts of twenty percent of kids who at the time of high school graduation say that there continue in onto college about twenty percent of those hits don't actually show up in the fall twenty percent among lowincome kids that number is even higher they're getting tripped up somehow right at the finish line researchers called us phenomenen summer melt for universities it's long been a puzzling problem because these are the kids who made it big took the sats they got good grades they took ap classes did their extracurricular activities they wrote that college essays they've often applied for and received financial aid why would they show up at college in the summer between high school graduation and what would be timely college matriculation they're falling off track.

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"shankar" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"shankar" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"Hi there juncker here were halted work on a bunch of upcoming shows so this week we thought we bring your favorite from our archives we hope you enjoy the episode if you like me you know this feeling maybe you're in a party or you're walking down the street and suddenly out of a sea of passing faces one of them lights up looking right at you this portion stats waving says hello this person is glad to see you and you you have no idea who you're looking at who this is hidden brain i'm shankar vida today on the show when talking about faces recognizing faces is a crucial skill it so crucial that there are regions of the brain devoted to facial recognition but all your mind is amazing at identifying your boyfriend or your child in a crowd there are important limits to this ability some of us like me are extremely batuta some of us a terrific on today's show we look at some people who are on opposite ends of the spectrum and talk about how our ability to recognize faces has broad implications in our lives support for this podcast and the following message comes from american express open hidden brain makes complicated scientific ideas simple and understandable that's would american express open wants to do for business visit opencom to see how they can help with money and knowhow so you can get past the complexity and get business done.

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