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"sharda" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"I took a red eye flight Where you that's not great. They're not great. You know you're so busy where you're like. You know what. I'm gonna do that. That my time off where i'm sleeping. I'm going to get traveling across the country and you know that's not complain to you. That's really did. And i'm still. I have so much going on. Plus my sack is so full. And i am really my favorite listener email of all time today. That and so much more. It's straight talk with ross. Get straight talk with ross with tv's ross matthews and friends there's mckee there's malone awful they're c. j. j. j. j. hip her it straight talk with. Ross and our secret sauce it's friendship laughter farting and sex. We love days. we love buffets. Oh and we're not puff spoons cause we love our loons straight talker. Thraw think outside the box if everything a podcast should be. I'm sorry about this song. I know that it's all wrong. Payment on sharda qua- jay talk with raw program. Some get to be a malone. It's here whole a it's near. Cj he said Oh do i can actually play you. What he said. Listen he said Hair sent this. Listen so i am going to be about fifteen minutes away. I'm looking at my map. I had to get a tire fixed. I'm rushing back to our record. I just had to do. The today. was the day. I do before working again early tomorrow morning. And i got so much to do after the show so Just doing and immersing. But yeah i'm gonna be ten may ten fifteen minutes late and then hop right on rushing doing my best now because obviously i don't want to miss Pencils doesn't street. Isn't he too so he'll be here. You liked what the new thing is. you know. People send voice messages in texts now instead of texting. Yeah i do not do that. I don't know how to do that. Necessarily one thing where you can dictate in the phone types of view and there's another thing where you can record incentive as a message i just got entertain. You have to hold the but the whole time. It's not for me. You know what i mean. I want to kick it like the pilgrims did and just text old school. That's what i wanted to text like the nowhere anyway. Welcome to the program off alone. You look wonderful and floral shirt q. Chart does go ask you look familiar to you. is from the ross mathews collection closet from your closet. When i moved. I gave them on all of these shirt that i was like. He's not gonna wear them. Because when malone i moved into his house after the fire. I tried to give them a coffee table. You out of the kindness of my heart and do you know he said to me nikki's he said i don't want your garbage doesn't he said to me i was like oh okay all right okay all right me when i moved into lakisha what did i say. Can i have that have that. I'll take it but so malone. When i moved into the desert and i i got to get rid of this. He gave them all these shirts. And you actually wear them. Rain i do. I think i've worn all of them. But let me go back to the whole trash thing like sometimes your friends do unload on you. You know what i mean. It is their trash uh-huh so that's what i thought you were doing now. Do i seem like that kind of friend just like yours shirts to be o- on them. They did not have been unbelievable all that you would say that. I always that it because there always has to be a snagging everything i know but they didn't have. Oh and this is very cute kid on the various. Thank you very loud shirts. i'd like a short lightweight. Button up. I do love a bold pattern. What do you do people compliment. You only wear them on the show. I haven't worn. I wear them out. I don't go anywhere. I gotta say. Ross you look really good and you do too. Nikki always healthy and good. Oh i am very healthy and got a mind who i saw in person. I wasn't la this. Because by the way. I was there because we do in hollywood so cute There's me with drew. Barrymore in cameron three years. I was like having serious foam and you looked looked amazing in your emmy outfits i was like oh my god i was having promo i have to say. You look amazing like you're having the time of your life. I am have any time in my life. And then i got to go present at the creative arts emmys. I looked so gorgeous. I couldn't even believe it in the seat tuxedo. Look how d- how did you feel. They're presenting have you presented before and how madden how did that house the experience of what was it like. Thank you for asking. I'm hundred. I have presented at the daytime emmy awards presented to jeopardy alex trebek's except best gametime show. This is a daytime game show. This is presenting at the creative arts. Emmys now the big sunday but the creative arts emmys by our where they give the best makeup and they'd be like best reality house investing all that stuff so that televised. Why don't you think it's televised. Because his nine hundred forty five over care more about that too of course reports. They put up the famous people most mostly on the main show right best actor actress. Stop so they say. Do you wanna present now. Listen online love award shows. I grew up my mom. We a red talented through store. We put it on the front porch address up and she'd take my picture for kyaw totally. And so then. I then i come to hollywood. You guys remember twenty years ago. I started on the tonight show. It's it it'll be in december twenty years and i start interviewing celebrities on the red carpet. Then i start covering awards shows free on the red carpet. I then you guys. I start to get going to inside. The awards shows rules drivers then we kept to stage when we win and now they asked me to present. This is amazing. Rangel circled moment circle. So i go. And i see ruined michelle producers and we're backstage. Hi ho my gosh hi. We look at the teleprompter. What michelle and arrogance say and then like tiny time for the show to begin and they bring ruin michelle and the producers out and said at a table and they're like ross. You can't come so they say there's no ticket for you so sit here in the hallway and when it's your turn to present get you know i would've gotten i would've left now by hoover now you know what i. I just laughed. And i was like this is exactly how it should be. This is how it should be. I sat there on a folding metal folding chair for like an hour and a half scratching my friends out sitting out there at the table and then someone said ross. It's time for you to present. And then they walked around the corner. I walked out on stage. I opened an envelope or read the winner. And then people have. And i walk off stage and then i walked into a parking lot and then i walked to the hotel and took off the talks. That was it. I love that you peel the occurred on this. I love us. And you know. And i wasn't even mad. I just was like this is hilarious. Hollywood this show business is glossy glassy glassy. And the you pullback back just a little bit and you see a lonely homos that on that okay. Can i just say there's two things here number one. I think you kind of have the advantage. I the i would have rather now sat on that chair and gone out my thinking on home. That's instead of sitting.
"sharda" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Fainter. Thank you thank you for being part of our show. Thank you for sharing a big thing to harry k. I'm harry an ashley for coming on the program. Bravely giving their first exclusive interview big. Thanks to bed. The big things to katrina. Who gave us her. I witness report from an amish fe keeping coming straight talk with ross with tv's broth nephews and friends there's mckee there's malone dare c. j. j. j. hip hip her a. It's straight talk with ross. And our secret sauce it's friendship left her farting and sex. We love the days. we love buffets. Oh and we're not puff. Coons we love our loons straight talk with raw. Think outside the box if everything a podcast should be. I'm sorry about this song. I know that it's all wrong on sharda. Nee qua- on straight talk with ross. Foxhunter is a new true crime. Podcast series from imperative entertainment. I'm your host sean. Kype join me. As i investigate. What really happened. Eighteen-year-old rhonda sue coleman on the night. She was brutally murdered together. We'll pour through thirty years of lies deception and corruption to finally get to the truth in what i've uncovered leave you on the edge of your seat. Subscribe now to fox. Listen wherever you get your podcasts..
"sharda" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Well i almost bought a pickup words. And i still meyer near near near near i had now i learned to drive on my dad's big get suburban which was like the size of a greyhound bus. So i'm always love big butch. I've always wanted about ninety five times in the past month ago. If you know. I'm going to debate it with you. All i went in i said how much could you give me for this. They also break down if you could meet this number this number and then you don't want happen my number and i was like Tomorrow cross straight talk with ross with. Tv's breath matthews and friends. there's mckee bears malone there's c. j. j. j. j. hip hip her a straight talk with. Ross and our secret sauce. It's friendship laughter farting and set. We'd love the days. we love buffets. Oh and we're not foods 'cause we love our loons straight talk with raw. Think outside the box if everything a podcast should be. I'm sorry about this song. I know that it's all wrong on sharda. Nee qua- on jay talk with ross. Oh wow thank you so much around. The whole gang is here. We have malone. Cj nikki boyer. We'll see we missed you..
"sharda" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
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"sharda" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"This is so much out there and for inventory gone will be the days of you stocking up on all the stuff that ends up not being sold because consumers didn't want it and you think about that from like a global footprint type of situation because if we're not mass producing something that no one will end up buying that stuff could end up in a landfill. Which of course pollutes water. Which you know all all the things we know about making the earth much healthier place when you have basically in the phrase just in time inventory comes into play here but because we're able to mass produce things with three d. printing for example. You know i've seen some of that stuff work and you get blown away by it going well. There's you type in you put in this template all this stuff and you do it next thing. You know you're holding this thing that didn't exist a few minutes ago and all of a sudden it's like. Wow that's that's insane. And we're getting is technology and advancements and curiosity continues to grow. I think that bodes well for humanity and the future of things and and cutting back on wasteful things in in having just the things that we truly want and doing it in such a way where it has such a smaller footprint than how we've made things in the past for show. I think that's literally the goal of the information. Age is to make things smoother and reduced wastefulness and that is going to be the key theme As we go forward in technology and in other parts in politics everywhere you see that happening. And that is why efficiencies. Something bad is achieved through a google search winstons. It's a very efficient engine. And in the same way as a quiz so these are very basic. Fundamental human instinct is like a quiz to be curious about something to such about. Something have been to calculate you know what is true. A calculator on estimate. That makes you understand the long term value of something you know info graphically but use the calculator you can show people info graphically. What is the long term value of investing in this elvis. As opposed to some pink. Best cheap at you know you just. There's not much long term value so say at quiz calculated as contests chad ball. Polls you know a phones themselves as these are all methods with which one can make once company more efficient so follow up question that is you know what are some things that you wish. Were out now. But they aren't yet. As far as i mean obviously talked about the quizzes and interactivity and all that stuff. What are some things that you thought we would have by now But we don't yet when it comes to innovation and technology. I think vite spread use of no code tools. Because i don't think anyone like anyone who's like you know. Twenty one different industries finance health care insurance you know content creation all of them if anyone listening.
"sharda" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"The decision to tone to you know accompany digital takeaway spots and they didn't have the equipment that would not a developers in the market for to help them do this and it costs a lot and the industry's anyway facing a lot of money shortage because it's being pounded by corona virus etc so They could just so we made like a restaurant takeaway pack so when you walk into mcdonald's restaurant for instance You know they have these screens would like takeaway menus. But you're not you know you can pick the bogo type. The bunn type the menu type assaults type the letters type now. This is actually a quiz and a calculator. You think about it. It's just asking you questions as to what you want. And then it gives you a customized pricing. So that's what we built for any kind of restaurant imaginable. So like for a pizza restaurant like for you know. I don't know indian food restaurants. We made these interactive templates and we were ranked One of the finalists in the product. Colonel that happened full helping restaurants during the corona times but these interactive menus. That's amazing work. And a couple of things. He has oregon on this. The next question is and this is a kind of a looking into the future on thing. Where do you see internet usage. And how we consume the internet and i mean all of the apps and everything else with smartphones and and everything else but where do you see things going over the next. Maybe five years or so. I think that's a really good question because I think what's happening is that there's too much information. So what the age we're living in is classified does like the bronze age iron age industrial age. What we're living in right now is the information age. And the the key characteristic of the information age is that it's not money that is is information that is power and this is a crucial thing to remember especially because we entering to a sie lay tough or like..
"sharda" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Just make this. And you mentioned product. On for instance like we've had so many clients who made like quizzes or calculate does a recommendations on out go like for instance like one client was real estate client who wanted to sell his real estate properties to do good marketing around them. So what he did and this was like in the twenty tens then the airbnb. Craze was off the charts. Like everyone was talking about. Airbnb was like the hawks tot up at so. This person renton outgrow. He made a simple calculator. That would show people. How much would it cost. How much would they owned by that property. So this is a real estate agent right. So he's not looking to rent properties looking to sell properties but he understood that if he if he could show all the property bias that they could later airbnb their properties. And then you know they don't have to live in those properties all the time so so so that was something that helped his real estate company. So this calculator would just like simple questions like. Where's your property located near a seaside is a narrow world heritage site you know. How many rooms does it have. How often do you want to host yet. Senate and based on that would give you a monthly and yearly a passive income that you could collect a through airbnb on these properties and this calculated that client had made it went viral on protons. Like it was in the top ten and then got picked up at trend hunter dot com etcetera etcetera. And the key thing to learn from this is that what no.
"sharda" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Here's your host keynote speaker. Bestselling author and chief burnout officer of the breakfast leadership network. I go eleven. Welcome back i've got sexual shut on the line cario. I'm great. how are you doing. I am great. I'm looking for to this conversation. So share with the audience. A little bit about you outgrow and all the fun stuff you get to do so. I'm the creative director and cio. Which is the chief information officer at outgrowth. Co so basically if you wanna ask anything about what the software does or like you know what our goals and the future. I'm and i can tell you what outgrow is in short is. It's a no code tool that allows you to make applets digits for your websites like quizzes or estimators recommendations chat bots any of this you can build very. He's the using outgrowth Bill that also has a thousand templates that you know that are spread across twenty one different industries. That anyone can just easily customize in two minutes. So that's what does it's amazing stuff. That a user doing because you know i remember you know using the internet when it first started being godly. Used you know. And the you know with a Well and compuserve to web browsers and in a internet explorer and netscape and all that stuff. So i've seen websites go from very static flat informational types of things to engaging things where you know not only. Is there information being provided bureau. Also being informed in an educated and entertained is way so you know what prompted you guys to to do this. You know to get into this kind of work and in crate. You know the awesome stuff that outgrowths funny mention that because it was an idea that actually came along. founders taught of that idea because originally they had another company that could help people find out how much it costs to make an app that would help people. Actually building an up that they could put on the app store or the play store et cetera et cetera and then what happened was To promote this company they made a simple calculator. That would ask a couple of questions to the user like you know how many pages does up need to have. Do you want to put it on the app store or do you wanna put it on the place tour etc etc. And where do you want to have your team of developers and based on the onset to these questions David recommend a certain price tag. Like it's gonna cost you so much money to get your at built and this was in the two thousands in the noughties ran..
"sharda" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Buffets. Oh and we're not buffoons cause we love our loons straight talk with ross. Think outside the box if everything a podcast should be. I'm sorry about this song. I know that it's all wrong. Blame it on sharda. Nee on jay talk with raw data sets and thanks alessio. a quick round malone smear. Nikki is here you back from being sick a choo choo. Will we choose mute. How are you feeling getting there. Hello better but i'm here the little Some duck out at some point. If i'm dying a lots of no's blowing and sleeping on that do you need anything. Neighbor down the down the road on spring. Thank you. Well what we missed you. My dear just jane. I'm coming up. I lost something so valuable to me and your ability to poop is going to poop no one now also. I met a couple that i believe is not minute couple goals. I want to see you what you guys think about them. But i did. I started this show. i hope i had. I had you know when you're in. Okay let's go back further okay. 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I never had to pause and be like excuse me you can take. Has anyone ever had to do that. Mid massage. I've had to putin massage. I'm so i'm so baffled by this. It's all you're gonna think about now. He's having to massage. Just like yeah. Do and let me tell you you're supposed to relax completely. I remember one time i had to. And they're like wow. You're really tense. Unlike yes thank. I'm clenching with all my might. Why don't you just say hey. I gotta run to the restroom really nikki. I'm stronger than that. He's bigger than that got. It have alone. have you ever had to poo. And pee during massage a ton of time. Yeah he's thinking about prostate massage is like what happens with that. Like la what. There's guys who give massages just for your prostate. You never heard of that. I've prostate. Cj you've heard of prostate massage. that'd be a grinder. I that's how the your intimacy that's like. have you ever had. It's a beautiful thing. A prostate massagers go glorious than anyone do university. Persian offer a bonus. No they offer that they can like clinics. Do stuff like that. You know kalanick and stuff because it helps to help milk the prostate really helps your finger to the point now. Two cd i. I'm gonna. I'm gonna tell. Cj what every bottoms ever told him. I wasn't prepared to go that deep so number one anxiety for is is a massage. The number two is somewhere else. Another situation in which you are confined k. It happened to me and it happened to me two days ago. Can i'm gonna tell you. Okay i now dentist would be up there. It's not that it's not entirely the dentist It happened to me. I love and i missed. I loved getting pedicures. Okay wait. I've got in the first appointment charged. There's a little tesla charging stations. I just don't get the first appointment early in the morning at this place and my coffee and i was like can i know well. It's just not how. Okay so. I'll go to the pedicure and i'll take care of stuff later and i was in the pedicure chair massage chair which cake that's how that's how they get you and it's needing me you know it's meeting my own dealer as as the technician is you know trimming and puffing and do a shiny but thank you so much and all of that and this and and as as its needing me more and more. I am needing more and more. I was like okay. Hurry hurry hurry up. Hurry up and relax malone. I do not during a pedicure not at all. He's been on what i do. Well he's you're on the phone you're chatting asking questions. He gets so antsy during a care the time to relax. no no. i supervised their their sharp objects. No that's true you hover over weight is that are you okay. I am right there over it. i don't rely. can i ask you a question. 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"sharda" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Thank you now burrito girl. Your burrito was gone now. it's still here. Wow you wanna finish it. Why don't you just finished your we stay here and watch you path. Whose take your time shen karm. You only answer this. She's hot sauce on it and she's a lot of the brita left pressure. Don't feel pressure and just don't choking hazard know we could also offer food. That makes you gas as an extra bonus like you. No you cannot. Do you know what. I mean like for this amount of money. You can order some beans. Ross matthew beans i want. I want a melanie griffith part but i want i want her to eat. No i'm not do it. I was gonna say cheese. We don't want that kind of thing. You don't need to do that. Here's the deal. We're better than that. How's the how's it burrito. She finished oh she the whole thing. Breathe a girl. How's it taste understood if you want to follow brita girl. How can they find you on social media to tonky. I can't hear you say it one more time. Oh chunky what she's saying so chung eight again. No i'm just kidding. I know it so charleston ajar chunky. If you cook yellow fonda you can also songs by cookie dot com listener. Victor is listed on all social media. Bell got the real belle scotty. Gina gina gina. Finneas if i o video if you follow mr malone you can. It's mr loan on all social media. Also automatic penn writer dot com book. Your readings reviews for your readings out of this world. Oh my gosh thank you. Yes crystal shrine sunday. Just one day sundays. What noon to five unify burbank. Meet get your mold and get meeting by mr mugabe. Dj cj live at c. j. a. y. l. y. f. e. Although today in the zoom he changed his name to see gay. Because we didn't. I didn't even catch that. And also his podcast is. Can we get available are pint. Podcasts are wherever you gonna. i'm gonna. I'm hello raw and of course the program is hello. Ross pod on all social media. I wanna thank you all for listening and happy you know. I want you to know whether you are in the middle of a farm and somewhere in this country or you are in the middle of ghana or anaheim or even anaheim anywhere in even if you're wrapped inside a burrito anywhere you are. I want you to know that your love supported you are celebrated with open arms and community. That has worked hard to make sure that you have a safe space and that same space is right here. We'll see you next week. Everybody happy pride it straight talk with. Ross get straight talk with ross with. Tv's bruce matthews and friends. there's mckee there's malone owned j. cj jj hip hip. Hooray it's straight talk with. Ross and our secret sauce. It's friendship laughter farting. We'd love days. we love buffets. Oh and we're not buffoons cause we love our loons straight talk with ross. Think outside the box if everything a podcast should be. I'm sorry about this song. I know that it's all wrong. Skype on sharda. Nick wall on jay talk with ross..
"sharda" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap
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VW ID.Buzz Van scheduled for 2023
"The volkswagen. Id buzz that is the very cool surf van by call it that but it'll have more than justice. Van use will make its way to the us in two thousand and twenty three. The europe market gets in two thousand twenty two according to the head of the brand's commercial vehicles division and it's the commercial vehicles division. That's interesting because the much anticipated. Electric descendant of the microbus. The famous surf van will have three hundred horsepower. Jewel motus long wheelbase and be a really exciting van says car and driver. The buzzer will not be available as a work vehicle in the us. However but it will be outfitted as an upscale people carrier That could be three battery sizes. The entry level model will have rear wheel drive and three hundred two hundred horsepower. But watch out for the all wheel drive three hundred horsepower version. And that's interesting because that microbus can do many things. It could be a commercial vehicle. It could be a people carrier. Could be like a mini alvie. And it's interesting. The the is not going to be a global vehicle so it'll be different in in different markets and property quite expensive as well because small. I mean let's face it all eve as a little too expensive at the moment. But i think there's going to be a premium for this car. The looks amazing. The interest in it is already off the charts. And i want to say well done. Vw from making this vehicle. It'll be easy for them to have made the concept and the prototype sharda offer. Couple of years ago be easy for them to navigate around to making vw company which is so big. You know we talk about. These mega companies like vw and toyota. They've got such strengthen debt the for them to put some budget and some people on what is not going to be the biggest seller But certainly a bit of a halo car in terms of image. And i just think it's a really small thing to do
"sharda" Discussed on The Voice Tech Podcast
"A really interesting because we both got. . Similar kind of products, , but quite distinct differences as well. . so that'd be fantastic tiny the show to talk about this general topic of website marketing through conversation interaction making websites interactive. . So maybe we could start with to Jason, , can you give us a brief Intro to company does? ? Who's full topic clients? ? He says I now what the typical problems you help themselves. . Yes, , absolutely. . So Carl, , when we had formed speak to Ab we initially thought you know this is a great piece of marketing technology for websites. . But what we've also learned is that it's very powerful tool to combat accessibility compliance lawsuits. . So speak to delivers voice tech solutions for websites and we want to help clients become accessibility compliant while optimizing the customer experience for everyone. . Interested. . That was a straightaway and that something I didn't expect accessibility losses. . The company left field. . So it's not really one of the major features of the product that was the reason behind the. . Size I use case that you've discovered is really helpful to your clients having built the solution. . That's something. . That we initially had ideas around but if really. . Discovered in the more recent months especially following. . A major case recently where Domino's pizza. . Took a case all the way up to the Supreme Court in the case Robles versus Domino's Mr. . <unk> is a blind man unable to order a pizza on their website or mobile APP and. . A conversational voice assistant would have. . Enabled him to use their website or their mobile APP. . In a very similar way to if he had just called the store and made the website accessible to him. . Okay right. . So it's becoming a need. . It's not just a nice to have friends. . Maybe you could describe what to does on the nuts and bolts level then sounds like it's a plug in for a website or it can be integrated directly I would allow. . Has just to do. . Yes. . So besides the. . Accessibility compliance factor. . We're helping people to deploy agents that act as personal shopping assistance concierges, , and even tech support agents that reduce the level of tier one tier two requests that support teams historically had to read through and respond to you. . So the problems were solving our you know optimizing customer experience increasing revenue and help businesses to reduce costs, , and we're doing this for any scale of business in a whether it's a simple just adding voice search or delivering those conversational virtual agents that are even integrated into their technology stack. . We have something that any size business can deploy afford. . Very interesting yeah. . It sounds like you've got a number of different use cases the you'll solving that it'd be great to dig into some of those in a moment. . Do you have a case study that you can just briefly mention? ? Is there a particular company will just a type of company that you typically help? ? Yes absolutely. . So in terms of dropping names, , all of our corporate clients have strict policies, , corporate policies of in nondisclosure by Swertz really looking at on the high end, , the e commerce businesses to deliver voice shopping and customer support agents that. . People can use to place orders to get answers to you their order in product questions and help those companies, , increased sales and lower the cost of support. . Optimizing customer experience by delivering people, , instant answers and faster time to discovery. .
"sharda" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Province it is not a time to get complacent doctor Maria than Kerr cold is the technical leader of the W. H. O. is immer health emergencies program one of the areas that we're worried about for transmission is human to human transmission in health care facility facilities and the possibility of amplification event which is why we we put out guidance and recommendations on infection prevention and control the World Health Organization is also trying to contain the spread of false information about the corona virus I working with social networks and influencers to stick with medical facts about the virus New Hampshire no stranger to the national opioid crisis in many voters want a candidate who is going to help those who are trying to help loved ones you're dealing with it Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar Sharda capacity crowded dorm today says that the maker of the democratic nominee she will make addiction treatment a top priority she says she can relate to what those families are going through because she is the child of an alcoholic so you wonder why I was the first candidate to lead with a major plan for mental health and treatment and doing something serious about the opioid epidemic in terms of making sure we're investing in states like New Hampshire that really need it that's because I lived it after a fourth place finish in a Iowa former VP Joe Biden knows he needs voters to come out for in this coming Tuesday in New Hampshire be positioned himself today is the one who could unseat president trump while appealing to voters in Manchester this is an American Donald Trump I don't think ever understood I don't think he possesses any empathy and I don't think he's a one and that's what we need to get back here I want her to ask for your support former south bend mayor Pete boater judges Keene state college hopefully they'll pick him in the primary on Tuesday yes right now we got a president who comes from the party that used to talk a lot about fiscal responsibility with the trillion dollar deficit and no plan inside for what to do about Joe Knowles lives in Massachusetts said he is keeping a watch on what's happening in New Hampshire he tells ABC news she's been crossing the border for the last few primaries to get a peek at the contenders and he says he's still looking for someone who can knock off Donald Trump I'm convinced that what matters most to piano is is not having to pay attention to what comes out of the way Illinois is allowing.
"sharda" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Gonna be number one for him as president trump we okay ministry which is in the distribution they all Sanders in a neck and neck race to Joe Biden the polls in Iowa it was the for V. P. you took a swipe at his rivals saying be straight tell the people what is going to cost referring to Sanders big ticket proposals on single payer healthcare college debt forgiveness and tuition free college in with the sixty trillion over ten years according to bite into but he did not leave out the president is literally a threat to our nation it says we have to beat him in this November if you give me the honor I promise you I will beat him flat out center Amy Coleman Sharda rally in Sioux city on Saturday every great moment in our country's history and every bad moment actually have been about democracy the rights under our constitution and this president he turns to a ruthless dictator makes a joke about it the democratic senator referring to possible Russian interference in American elections the president taking it lightly meanwhile billionaire democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg shipping Iowa and New Hampshire he spent time in Colorado today explaining what he's all about I nurture good ideas and I hold myself accountable for results because on the from the former mayor of New York City also touting his new tax plan and a higher profile pull it I will not be revealed the des Moines register CNN and it's pulling party will not reveal the final installment of his presidential preference poll fearing its results may.
"sharda" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The number of threes, he hits is going to be hard for the bucks to win a game like that. But listen. I, I understand how great a player that Yana says it's just when you step to the to the free throw line and your. You can't make a free throw, and you're from behind the arc that makes you more guard -able so to speak. The kid Siachen is tremendous jump. Yeah. Anyway, that's that's enough for me. Nick nurse has his own hats. Think. My favorite thing beyond that also tell you, the Jerry Jones is not expecting the NFL discipline, Ezekiel Elliott, my favorite thing, from the, the world of sports last night was the beer chugging contests place in Milwaukee between Milwaukee area sports stars Sharda, with David Bach DRA, the all world, left tackle. And he shotgun shotgun. Guzzled two beers. I think right. Only saw two, and then I, then he pointed over to Rogers, I believe it was on the other side in the front road, sitting next to the daughter, who of the owner, but then Rogers tried to guzzle his beer week attempt, and then yell, it's later, they show him a beer and then later you see on, on social media that Matthew Stafford's at a bar. He's shotguns during the game and doing the beer like this is now going to become a thing, Austin arenas during playoff games where the famous people come do you believe Rogers was doing a bet? Or do you think that he could not Couso? I, I've, I've seen people in their guzzling. I don't think that's a bit. I think. No, no, no. I can't do that was an inability to guzzle. You can either chugging. Can't there's not like yeah. Some people can drink a ton of beer, but, like I got friends. Yeah. I'm one hundred and eighty five pounds. I can chug beer better than like some of my two.
"sharda" Discussed on 20/20
"Back in two thousand thirteen I would get a sharp pain in my left breast. I gotten pretty thin. Everybody was worried and boom there was a tumor, Sherry Akerede, a wife and grandmother was fifty seven years old when she began the fight for her life. I had the bilateral mastectomy in the beginning of reconstruction. A four months of chemotherapy, I managed well through the treatments, and I just kind of went back to life kind of my new normal. I guess that new normal meant getting her blood drawn regularly to make sure she remained cancer free. My OBGYN said how join a try one of the theranos slabs. I think Walgreens has a great reputation. So oh, they're willing to bring fairness in. They must be okay. Right. This is the Walgreens where had the infamous blood draw. They seem to know what they were doing. And that was that. But things took a terrifying. Turn when Sherry got her results. I will never forget that day. My saw that the Estra. Dial amount was over three hundred also called my college sophists and the nurse called me back. And she said, I am so sorry. That's not good. There could be a tumor rolling somewhere. The doctor told Sherry to go in for more tests. But this time recommended a non theranos lab was about a week later. I got the call from my doctor, and he said, congratulations. You're estrogen is basically managed sister. I've been no new tumor. No, new cancer. The theranos tests had been off by hundreds of points. Sherry says she tried to reach out to the company for answers. But didn't get a response no-one from theranos ever called me to apologize. That's the least you can do when you mess up so badly. Not okay. It turns out this wasn't an isolated incident. Back in Palo Alto. Theranos had caught the attention of healthcare entrepreneur Paul of Sharda hall of a husband and father with a family history of diabetes had recently up ended his life. When his doctor had warned him to make some serious changes. Completely changed your lifelessly tinged it by give it three years and..
"sharda" Discussed on KCRW
"The. KCRW? My name is Travis Holcomb. This is music from Sharda held gum of this Merlo and conductor with together. La LA boy, dubs hot boys dub truth or dare getting re edited by box that was up on soundcloud for awhile, not sure if it's still up there at night DJ deller, incorporating a little Joey BELTRAN energy, flashed on romantic called two thousand one. And at the top of the set was VIN dance music has betrayed us all slept on releases of last year. My opinion. Got about twenty minutes left together tonight. Then it's Matthew schreier up at midnight..
US helicopter crash in western Iraq causes fatalities
"Kimia hiv now accused of running an elaborate years long fraud in which they exaggerated or made false statements about the company's technology business and financial performance paul of sharda says he became skeptical during a routine theranos blood test at walgreens went instead of a simple test they took out a test tube i asked her we'll wait and wait a minute this is supposed to be a pinprick sharda claims that test inaccurately showed he had prediabetes this is not right and you just can't lie walgreens has since pulled their nose tests from its drugstores theranos whose board of directors once included general james mattis who left to join president trump's cabinet now fighting off bankruptcy at rebecca drivers with us here tonight or becca we kneel before the sec released its findings the department of justice was already investigating what do we know about that that's right david we know that the department of justice was scrutinizing this company but the the status of that is currently unclear as for those sec charges elizabeth homes will have to pay five hundred thousand dollars in fines she will no longer be able to serve as an officer a director of any public company for the next decade and neither she nor the company has admitted or denied any wrongdoing but a stunning fall yes rebecca thank you in other news we do have breaking news overseas deadly military helicopter crash in iraq the chopper crashed in western iraq there are fatalities tonight the aircraft going down in western province seven passengers reportedly unboard there were no signs of hostile fire that investigation of course just underway tonight and back here at home and the top fbi official in danger of being fired and losing his pension seventy two hours before retirement tonight we continue to follow this former deputy director andrew mccabe a frequent target of president trump going to the justice department today to plead his case an ethics office recommending he fired for allegedly mishandling investigators over details of the clinton foundation investigation that ended up in a newspaper report ag jeff sessions could make a decision at anytime there is still much more head on world news tonight this thursday unbelievably a fourth major storm could slam into the us the same region rob standing by with the track of that also the massive explosion at us plant the pictures coming in also a head the iconic.