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Brayden Schenn scores in OT to lift Blues past Wild, 6-5
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Anti-Republican Jimmy Kimmel Gives Larry Elder a Shout Out
"Even jimmy. Kimmel incidentally gave larry elder some credit. Here's cut twelve jimmy. Kimmel is an republican anti conservative anti-trump one of these late night comics. That has stopped being funny because all they want to do is rip us. And i'm sure he did plenty of attacking larry elder. There's been such a smear campaign against larry. It's kinda hard to believe but here was jimmy. Kimmel giving kudos to larry elder for his gracious speech the night that it was announced. The governor shen held onto his job yesterday. gavin newsom didn't not win. He didn't get fired. Not even close. He trounced the clown car full of candidates for running against him. The cost to our state was about three hundred billion dollars. Which i think is the third most expensive dinner at french laundry. Ever republican vote-getter radio host. Larry elder was surprisingly. Gracious in defeat accepted the results of the election. I forgot what it was. Like to see a republican. Do that but Every once a while you see a chicken fly and you're like oh yeah they're birds. Yeah we republicans. Were never gracious. Gracious is my middle name. I'm always gracious jerk.
"shen" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Resin shops the gallery and some more careful what you wish for carefully. We're gonna get a lot. I mean really like cups. This is like a lot of resins still. Isn't that big. You have room. But i could make you like okay as for flowers like what what you really. I went well and like i don't have any plans on opening and see store today. So maybe tomorrow. I don't know but like i will bring us up but i like the idea of just reinvigorating with the hobbies and also. I'm definitely going to go on soup. Tick tock like asap and make some. Here's the thing we do have an immersion blender. So god feel it's worth it. You don't ask my i dance dance with. Dan will tell you. Yes but also you have a vitamix. We don't so like we have a food processor. The immersion blender is for everything. If you have the vitamix he would tell you. Don't buy another thing okay. Text like four other friends. it'd be like generation. Should i use maybe great and it was. I think we registered on are like you know our wedding registry or whatever so it was like and it was really fun and i. i hear it's fun. I don't use it but it is and it's a space saver but you already have like the max best gender and you use it all right so i think like you're fine. I think you're finds you knock get to not get the emerson jellied more things more thing and tell everyone where they can find you online and find your work. You can find me on instagram at and danger. And you can find me on my website at an dash dot com. That's like a hyphen nada. Dash guess hyphen. And i will link to everything. I will try to link to everything we talked about. Including the tower twenty-eight sos facial spray which was an pick. and i. i'm just so happy. We did this episode. I'm so happy you came to do. Thanks to spot it. Thank you so much thank you. So are you guys. We will catch you next week for another episode in the meantime of course you can follow on instagram. Do you think just bought at pods facebook group and if you are really jonesing for new podcast podcast katri on even deprive every on one episode and we will be next week..
"shen" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Spent more than you really plan to. Or is this sort of like your norm arm. I'm not a like like my most splurgy. Thing was probably buying that ukulele because it was like a real ukulele and not a toy. You daily ukulele from Makina instruments in hawaii like this thing but it's also pink and glittery and has a heart cut out as a better off. I got it exactly so that was holding my slurred thing. This is pretty much minority. i am not being. That's like. I'm gonna treat myself says someone who's never denied the in my head con lane. It's you guys haven't seen. The tweet is literally like i deserve. I deserve it says me to myself. A person who has never rarely if ever denied themselves anything. Yeah i saw that. I was like it's me. I mean i.
"shen" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"You're supposed to be super easy to grow. I don't agree with that. But zinnias are like a heat loving flour and i. It's been amazing. I love it. I just go out and like harvest bouquet because the more you talk the more they grow like every few days and so i've never i haven't had to buy flowers and then during Earlier this spring. I grew a nominees. Which i didn't even know you could grow in california such delegate hole there so frigging beautiful and they're like eight dollars a stem if you buy them from a florist So i grew a nominees agree. Grew reynaud and i just had my own little run unctuous flower fields in my yard. I was obsessed with that. Because i never grown flowers before i was never into gardening before the pandemic i was like dirt. No thanks not interested and now did you know. We need to repair our dirt. You and my could have a field he does. We have four garden beds in the backyard and he did a whole harvest last summer. And then carl is that there was to like the soil go down deep enough so he had delayed he literally like broke through all the beds and then resource and is like this whole thing but we do vegetables to. And you're right it's super unrewarding. It takes forever to get like five tomatoes and then also like the squirrels will eat about two thirds of whatever you plant so lower sound fun. Do you have any tips for anybody. Who is like maybe flowers will be my new thing aka me. Yeah absolutely well. I liked growing from seed better than like buying a plant from a nursery. I've tried those. And most of the time. The plants in the nursery are like in their best bloom. When you buy them so try doing it from seed And then figure out what zone you're in if you're in l. A. your legs on ten b and that kinda helps you figure out what flowers will grow best in your zone and win and then this year of learned since our weather shifting a bit thanks global warming like we kind of things a little earlier than we used to because we have such long summers now. Yeah i was going to say sorry. I'm letting my dog out of the room. When did wendy you. you're planting. Well it just depends on what. I'm planting like four my summers and his right now..
"shen" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Or love. Costs i really do. But what we occurring doing is insane cost smock in the air creek traffic and congestion and cause accidents. This my seem like a quasi things for me to say. But i am hoping for future would feel costs. Mostly smart tvs and costs can do more for us. Some of the biggest changes ever took place in the auto industry are happening right now. Affecting not only the cost but the very fabric of the city in which we live governments across the word i- committing to change the way we move and dvd's at the center of this change today. Most of the cost powell by engine or battery are not truly smart. Vehicles only smarter vs our computers on wheels. They're not only connect vehicles but more importantly use a lot of technology including artificial intelligence autonomous driving. Data crowley edgy computing five g. connectivities and highly efficient e pouching and cetera. These technologies are creating costs. That can talk to us and the word around them and act accordingly. This will have a huge impact on our city and the way will leave in them. Let's start with something. That's always a challenge in a city. Parking the reality is that cost apart. Leany all of the time ticking space in our cities costing us money but right now technology that allows your car to job you off and then go yourself assists my company without partner as create a thomas valley parking system which will be powerful enough to allow you to step out of your car and leave you to yourself. Hundreds and meters away. This technology is real as already now. Production car in the near future. Your car will be able to put a space before had and it doesn't take up room and cost traffic jams looking for one simply by talking to the parking lot where for autonomy becomes a norm in just five to ten years. The car won't even need to park..
"No, It's Not Afghanistan. It's Kabul, NYC."
"Tip my hat to the new york. Post a graphic bloody cover but it's it's important They show images of an attack that took place. Oh a couple blocks from where. I'm sitting right now at an atm. That i've been to. I've gone to that. Atm this man is standing at an atm at five. Thirty in the afternoon and this hulking menacing thug walk shen behind him and starts attacking this poor guy with a hatchet. A hatchet attack at an atm and the video captures at all. The guy is bloodied trying to fight back. This monster walks in and the cover. The new york post noted says no. It's not afghanistan. It's kabul comma nyc mad at atm attack with hatchet in manhattan one block from where i'm sitting right now. That could have been me. That could have been eric. That could have been yuri. That could have been any of us and listen at my age. I get attacked with a hatchet. I'm not sure i'm getting back up again. This poor guy trying to fight back and try to survive now. You know what's going to happen. There's going to be you know they'll catch the guy and he'll be a mentally ill homeless guy because the mentally ill homeless are everywhere in new york city right now but don't worry progressives if they lock him up you won't have to. He won't have to post bail because the prosecutors. The george soros has put into office all over the country. Don't believe in bail for violent criminals like this guy.
Shen Beauty's Jessica Richards: People Want Clean, But They Also Want Results
"The real sort of shift came in realizing that not every woman shops organic clean natural. Whatever you wanna call it Because not everything from that. Category mainly works for their skin and and our issue was that because it was so long ago and there were no other retailers in this space. Certainly none i would say my only competitor at the time was whole foods right like and that's not even a competitor of mine sephora. Ulta bayden want clean organic natural beauty and certainly not what is now in the or niche. You know smaller brands nor did nordstrom's or you know any of these other retailers. They just wanted the mass marketed brands. And so what i realized was that people were coming into the store and they were having a really hard time. Grasping a cleanser. That was one hundred twenty dollars from a brand. They'd never heard of because they were still focused on brand recognition and buying marketing. I mean magazines were huge. Still eleven years ago now. Is there even a magazine in your house right. So i called bobby brown. This is about a year and a half in the business was struggling and she's A really good friend of my ex mother-in-law's and i said look you're not sold anywhere in brooklyn in brooklyn is a new in thriving neighborhood for people that are exiting manhattan. All with families. I really would love to talk to you about bringing your products in. I don't want any of your holiday or your skin care or any of that. I just want your core. Launches your lipsticks nor shimmer. Bricks things that people really know in us and all have Especially the eye gel pot so she said yes and it took about six months for them to figure out how to service my account. Because i'm so small. And i wasn't taking all their holiday launch units but once we brought in bobby brown and that was like about year to what i realized was that it made people more confident and okay wish shopping brands. They had never heard of before and they also wanted the heavy pay off of the pigments. That mainly come from non-clean beauty brands and so that was sort of the catalyst for me in realizing that people want organic natural clean. Whatever you call it but they really want
"shen" Discussed on Multiamory
"A lot of different steps. A lot of different people to go through banks stuff like that that also can be similar to running a businesses. Well because of just how many like things you're juggling in the air if you're buying a home yeah i mean. We didn't put the on our list for the section but even something like getting married mean that does come history business arrangements like the business is very much tied in with those things anytime. You're having contracts in your intertwining finances and and sort of essentially taking on the responsibility for each other's actions in a certain way like you would if you were in business with someone yeah and then finally working together and actually creating a business together when you are romantic partners or when you just decide to enter into a relationship with another person in that way it is also almost like a marriage and ways because you are literally like signing contracts that are legal to be together for you. Know a indeterminate. Potentially amount of time and that. Yeah i think. I mean i don't have any other people in my life. I have contracts with other than the two of yale. And i was trying to recall a window. We actually become an actual business. Do you remember that like on paperwork. Yeah two thousand shen so when actually decided to make that change that shift between just like three buddies slash partner slash former partners. Creating a podcast together to we're actually entering into this legally binding business together. I think that added like some more gravy ties to the situation and it made you know just all of us have to really i think internally asked the question of like okay are we. Are we ready to do this. Are we ready to commit to something that is going to continue to grow and thrive hopefully for the foreseeable future. And i think that's a lot that's a lot more binding and you have to stay in it and be more committed to it than just like i'm making a podcast with a buds..
AURORA Shares Why She Wrote Her Song, Runaway
"I was around eleven years old. When i first started writing runaway i was living very happily in my childhood home. It's on the west coast of norway and it's very nice here is very quiet. You really have the space and time to kind of cream yourself away. So i just sat down at my piano and played in. I wrote when i started writing around away. I had a story quite clear in my mind when i was younger. Struggled quite a lot with understanding people around me especially the part where people kind of lie about the current state of mind. Because we like to pretend that we're happier than we are. And i feel like people fear to open up about whatever troubles us so i just wanted to write a song about how we run away with our emotions rather than to face them and ask our family and friends for help it becomes so much easier once we share what lies within us because then we realized that is perfectly normal but we never get the chance to ever understand that because we never tell anyone about what's going on inside and i guess i just thought about that quite a lot. As a for some reason. I remember the day i wrote runaway. I was listening to the ocean. The very first line of the song. I was listening to the o shen. And i am looking at it right now. The ocean to me is kind of like human beings. it's so mysterious. And it's so deep and dangerous and beautiful. Which is how. I feel about people.
Get That Retinol Going
"I'm going to add just a few things to my routine because realistically it won't be more than that. And i'm shooting for success here. What would you suggest prioritising. I'm thirty seven running on less than ideal sleep with some lines around my eyes and mild masked knee thoughts question mark. I do have thoughts. Do you have thoughts. I do. But i'm wondering if you're going to lead us down a path toward exfoliating shen but what i was going to recommend was a retinol me too me too. That's where i'm going okay. So we're on the same page here you if you want to kind of dip your toe into the land of retinol. Without spending too much money the ordinary has some good retina products. Kate did. You have retinal suggestions. I really likes consumables retinal. And i started with their retinol point three for face and they only go up from there then they have a point five and a one so it's sixty seven dollars which is a price tag that is high but that tube has lasted me a very long time a lot. And it's like it's you know how sometimes something is expensive and you get like two drops of it and you're like yes yes yes. I'm filled with rage. This is not that you don't need a lot and so the tube goes a long way especially because starting out. You're not going to be using it often. You know you might just want to try once a week twice a week etc but i like a retinol. Because you're saying you a fine lines that just feels like a nice thing to add only at night but it definitely especially. If you're getting into your late thirties. I say that retinal going
Independent Sports Consultant Leon Mann Discusses Racism in Soccer
"So how you take it knowing that this has been something. You've been working on campaigning for ages. Now i mean vegetables. Thank you for me on can share some thoughts and views. It's great to be with both of you You know. I'm big fans of both your work. It's a real honor to be on here but It does what happened last summer. You know it was the realization of the problems that we've been talking about for many many years decades you know in. Shuckers dykes wallet. Back in terms of is what. Show racism. The red card myself. I've been working with campaign. Kick racism out football now known as kick out and guns but this football blacklist together and the black to a major spill around journalism and these conversations have been ongoing around right out week kind of diversify our industry. How do we ensure we see black leaders in our industry and how do we change. Dynamic swiftly and those conversations were incredibly frustrating because that would be a win in the room but it would be a lack of action to follow them So as a result of that we kept on having lots of conversations with barre barre slow progress but what happens in the summer it the game to store to reflect an actually as a community. We'll stood together and said no this is this is not going to continue anymore We cannot sell people treated this way. And we're not going to have this going to stand for. I think the fact that we're ruled on lockdown at the time meant that people were very very focused on this issue and as a result of that It feels like with with moving forward in a in a much more positive direction. in terms of the actions. And i'm you know privy to With the chief executives of lee seung susceptible associations etc and it lonely be judged on the actions. Of course bofill am. I do say this with some kind of kool shen because of twenty years of working on this. But i feel like we're in a place where we can get some real progress made leon as as transformative as twenty twenty has been i. I wanna talk a little bit about the start of couponing of the blacklist. What was you spock. And why kind of given the social challenges of the The last two years you felt the need to do that email as as as you already mentioned it was in and i'm sure you recognize would have been in such a frustrating atmosphere to not. Yeah i mean th th the black this was was born out of you know wanting to do something when type response. I had control over so looking for the kick out. Racism out full. It was a campaign was fantastic. Transitioning into a journalist with the bbc where it was working as a presents when report was great for me as an individual also had freedom to kind of put some actions in place. So i could control and drive myself alongside with my community. So i was as a campaigner meetings with various black people but black people that my friends and family from the black community would never know so when they're talking to me about How did you get get a job in football. And leon how why. Why do we never see any black representation. I said well the dead as many but they are there. So i thought well how do we shine a light on these people to celebrate contribution but also show the next generation of young black men and women. Listen you wanna be a lawyer in football. You can do it because this person has done it. And they're working at this. You want to be working in a major department. You wanna be a doctor. You wanna do all these kinds of jobs. You can't do it because these people have come before you. They all the pioneers that we should be celebrating in a similar way to how we celebrate a pioneering back players in every single position. We should celebrate these people as a way of opening the due to the next generation. Now of course that only works if that comes together with opportunity. Because i can go into community show about look you gamble Look here baltimat- live people arrive adult. It doesn't open Then they'll just turn around and disappearance of industries and just kind of have a relationship with football They will you on the tv or go to gags. So that's the bit. I think we need to work on you. Know in terms of where are the opportunities you know how much what the game is doing to attract retain and develop people bring a different diversity to the game and also not to see as as a charitable act.
Why Biden's economic team would rather go too big on COVID-19 relief
"What is going to happen in this economy. Prison biden treasury secretary yelling and a couple of big name. Ceo's including j p morgan's jimmy diamond and sonia singapore from gap had confab in the oval office. Today the president's economic relief plan of course was the topic at hand. Barabra morty is the deputy director of the national economic council at the white house. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Let's start with the news of the day shall we. The meeting in the oval office today between president biden. Insects are yelling and some big business. Ceo's the head of the chamber of commerce was there jamie diamond from j. p. morgan chase. What is the president trying to do getting big business lined up behind him and this relief plant. Well i think that he is looking for their support for the bill and for their knowledge that we need to go big in this moment. I think what the president is hearing from. His top economic advisers is that We are at a precarious moment. Just last week. The jobs report came out and showed that job. Growth is really stalling in america. Even though we're about ten million jobs short of where we were pre pandemic and so. I'm secretary yellen down to his other economic advisers. There is a uniform belief that we need to go. We need to fundamentally alter the trajectory of the recovery and we need to make sure that we're putting money behind putting a vaccine people's arms because the fastest way to get the economy. Moving again is to make sure that we be cooked. Totally agree with the vaccine being this economy right now. I cannot and will not argue with that. But i do want to ask you about this idea of going big as you know. There are some consternation by some that may be one point. Nine trillion dollars is too much that it is in fact more than the economy needs given where for example. The congressional budget office says. We're going to be this summer Where'd you get one point nine trillion dollars and is that too much. I know we don't believe it's too much. And so i wanna talk a little bit about the process by which the president and his team put this package together. I would describe it as a bottom up process so for example there are nearly seven million americans who are behind on their rent an at risk of addiction. We need to provide rental assistance. Those people in the package provides the match rental assistance needed to make sure we keep them in their homes from secretary yell and two other top economic advisors. You is your an asymmetric risks situation. And by that. I mean the risks of going to small with this package far outweigh the risks of going too big so we add that all up. I think the president is very comfortable with the size of the american rescue plan. And i think the american people agree with him. Because there's something like seventy percents support for the package. Let's talk about the the flip side of of going through small which is the concern. The president has one of the concerns about going to big is that there may be some inflation coming in this economy with so much money coming in so soon with the pent up demand. That is sure to happen. Once people can go out and spend and travel and and enjoy life again Are you not worried about that. Well a group monitoring all sorts of different risks to economy and secretary yellen and and others have made clear that they are carefully monitoring the risks of inflation issue. Is that if you do too. Little means that people are going to go hungry. It means that people are going to be booted out of their homes in the middle of pandemic and those are just not acceptable outcomes to the president and look. We are far below the feds inflation target and have been for a very very long time and not to get too wonky owner. I think that the chair powell and others have said the goal is actually to increase in play shen to get closer to that two percent target that they have were. We're a long ways off. I i wonder how Given the the makeup of of the president's economic team many of whom were around in two thousand eight and two thousand nine how scarred people are by the prospect of going to small with a relief. Bill well i can't speak for others and i was not personally there in two thousand and eight thousand nine but i do think that there is a an assessment of the latest and best economic evidence. You look at a where interest rates have been how they have been low extended period of time and you weigh You costs and the risks of adding to the deficit. And i think it very clearly comes out in favour of going big me pick up on something you just said because it struck me when the president said something similar a number of weeks ago that He is he is taking a page from the republicans. Playbook saying look we have to borrow. We have to do deficit spending. It doesn't matter how we pay for it. And i i. Maybe you don't know this. Maybe weren't in those conversations but how did he come around to. You know what we're going to borrow the money the heck with it again. He and his team have been Deep into the economic evidence. And i think over the last five or ten years yet. Economic evidence in support of more robust deficit financing particularly for a temporary emergency measures such as. This one is pretty airtight. The president has been clear that when it comes to permanent changes in policy in other words policy that involves spending each and every year for the foreseeable future that he does think that that should be offset with new tax increases on the wealthy and on big corporations so again i think that is a view that is backed up by the best economic evans
Gogglebox faces union probe after reports of backstage bullying
"Let's kick off with some behind the scenes telling us a member of the crew on channel four's goggle box says that working conditions on the show Quite inhumane we know. These things are report by friend of the politics. Morrison adt the guardian ad for us. What exactly was alleged by this. Anonymous recently departed member of the production team and my understanding user as being a number of different allegations including People having to work extremely long hours in edit some you know. Obviously that has the kind of unsatisfied. Shen from the higher ups which is caused the shouting and various bullying bullying allegations from there And it just seems it's it's a production where the pressure was Just really piled on. I say union members to stop at anything union members off. It's kind of everyone that wasn't a top level. Seems to have really go in the neck when it comes to that production wished. Just frankly is i just personally. Don't get it. I think when you show. That's not big why it doesn't have all the resources to to make sure that everyone can run. That production properly is beyond me from my perspective. I joined the industry. Because i thought it was gonna be fun and i think that once you get into it because of the freelance culture because of the way that there's so much pressure and over the years because times and budgets have been squeezed. It's it's just become more and more stressful to to get things done and on also on top of that. There's been a huge amount egos creative egos existed in this industry as we as we all know and sometimes they can tip over into being a an incredibly toxic workplace And i just think it's i just think is really really sad that we have to wait until all of this outrage comes out and people have to make kind of complaints anonymously before inkling donna it. We should stress that they are compliant. Onuma sources as studio lambert gave the guardian a statement saying it takes the welfare of its teams extremely seriously across its productions and has a number of measures in place to encourage people to come forward with any concerns they may have as well as support systems for range of issues in the last twenty four hours back to his joined in as well having what if they've been saying they've set up their inquiry and i think they look they want to look much more broadly at the industry as a whole rather than To qassam on google books. But i think nobody box is a really good example because it is a very wealthy well established company. It's very well established brand that be making it. For years i mean obviously. There's the very fast turnaround on it. Which would put enormous pressure on on rolling those shows out but nevertheless it's a brand that's existed for a really long time and so by the time the series whatever you would think that you would have your production process. Fairly well oiled and organized. I just think it's about the culture of companies that can arise and as far as said when you go sania nia people who behaved badly. It becomes very very difficult for junior people to to call them out. It becomes very difficult. Doesn't it when it's a hit. That's kind of what we learn here. Isn't it because. I know from friends in the industry as well. The you actually take the job with a spring in your step as a freelance. Because you think we'll get through it for six or twelve weeks and then i'll have a terrestrial credit on my cv and it's well paid and there's no point making a fuss about out. Just do it because it's goku box and it's a hit sort of unlikely that studio lambert and gentlemen were completely unaware of the gossip. Everyone else was completely innocent. Yeah ice been known in the industry for quite a long time. And i absolutely would not believe they were not unaware and of course unfortunate that culture of coming in for twelve weeks thirteen weeks ain't going away and saying nothing encourages. The practice continued. Never she gets surfaced until for example surface. Now i think in a way this is not a new story and indeed on this very podcast. We've discussed this topic several times in the past and we've talked about it not just in the context of tv production within other sectors in the media industry but sick in the newspaper industry for example where As almost being an acceptance in the past by subs pushing people on stories pushing them to get more copy out and so. I think you know any industry that permits bullying by management should not be allowed to do so. It's not an acceptable practice. We all understand that deadlines can be tight. We will understand that. Maybe resources a tight. That's something you have to sort of live with. But how you handle that pressure or how you deliver. That pressure is difficult. I mean there's nothing wrong with the manager setting a deadline. But you don't shout at people you can always discuss things in a calm rational way to say. Look either it can be done or it can't so this sort of shouting culture bullying culture unacceptable but it does seem to be it's almost become endemic and almost accepted in certain sections of the media. And it really has to change. It really does.
Celebrated Black doctor resigns in protest, alleging racism at Seattle Children's hospital
"The longtime director of Seattle Children's Odessa Brown Clinic, has suddenly resigned. Co most Patrick Quinn reports in the story First reported by Crosscut, Dr Danielson said quote the institution is replete with racism and a disregard for people who don't look like them and leadership. 2017 comes. Molly Shen feature Danielson fighting for expansion to reach more Families of color. Dr. Danielson resignation reportedly comes after two other colleagues. Both people of color also resigned or felt forced out. In a statement to spokesperson for Seattle Children's Hospital, said their board is looking into Daniel since claims and developing a syriza of actions, adding quote as an organization. We are committed to racial equity, diversity and inclusion will also holding ourselves accountable. We plan to show that commitment to our actions and thorough consideration of any claims of racism or bias. Patrick
China Orders Ant Group to Revamp Its Business
"Chinese regulators have ordered and group to return to its roots as a provider of payment services. Bloomberg's Rosalind Shen has the story time is a central bank summoned and executives over the weekend. A statement from the PBOC says the company needs to quote rectify lending insurance and wealth management services. It also says aunt needs to understand the necessity of overhauling its business on once and to come up with a timetable for doing so as soon as possible and in response said it will set up a special team to create proposals and it timetable for an overhaul. The authorities didn't ask for a break up of the company, but this represents a serious threat to the expansion of Jack Mars Online finance empire. And a curb on its most lucrative business, consumer loans and wealth management in Hong Kong. I'm Muslim Chin Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
interview With Chad Lawson
"Chad. It's really great to be here with you on tangled today. Thanks for being with us. Thank you so much patricia. Really appreciate that. Yeah so. I had the opportunity while i was preparing for this interview to listen to your music and i have to say oh my god. It is so beautiful. I've been listening to it for the last couple of days in the background when i wake up in the morning and i'm just so happy to be introduced to it. That means a lot. it really does. It's so beautiful. And i was telling somebody about it last night and we started talking about the difference between music with lyrics that inspires you and instrumental music like yours. Which is piano that you actually feel physically emotionally moved by it and i am wanna know more about you and your background and what inspired you to first of all. Choose the piano and second of all create this kind of music. Thank you very much. Those words are not lost on me when i was five years old. Who are talking about four years ago. There used to be a show television coach. Sean and so shot an hour's like ado band that had a television show and so each week as a family we would sit around and we would watch sean naylor. I wasn't raised in a musical environments. Why parents didn't play an instrument. My brother management with one thing that i think it was a simple fund attainment and there is a guy doing something on one of the instruments and he was having the time of his life. It was unbelievable. It means his smile is so infectious. And i just remember at the age of five. I remember looking like i want to do that. He's just having the time of life. That's what i want to do. Fast forward a little bit. My parents rented a piano goes. Who's gonna believe a five year old. And i started taking lessons dan and forty years later. I'm still taking piano lessons. I will until my fingers longer move. God forbid or i'm in the ground so there's something about always wanting to explore and go further with your craft and that excites me. So i was very traditional first class concerned Did the classical thing. Then i did start exploring different types of music. Not just classical and i really got into jazz heavily and the thing that i love so much about being brought up with jazz and classical as there's one key thing and you hit the nail on the head and the introduction a second ago and that's malady you have to have a song bird and music you have to have. That's why people love lyrics much because that's a somber something that they can seeing when they're not with radio so those lyric sages get into your ear also may find the way into your heart and your just. That's why were so moved by. Music is because of the melody the Together and i think what's so fascinated by instrumental. Music is when you remove that lyrical contents. You still have the melody. But at that point you're allowing the listener to create their own there. Because it's so interesting. Like with each song that i do. I try not to over exaggerate. When i'm speaking to people about what the pieces about because a lot of times what i found is it may be completely different. Who are the listener and it could be two different listeners. Naked hear the same song naked. Say well. I was envisioning this or i was envisioning this a lot of music. Particularly your favorite songs you have to go back and say why is that my fears and lot you look at it and you say i was going through this season in my life. This is a song that i i met someone with. And so that song is this. really mitt. Lot emotionally relational. And so i think the court part of music that i've always been drawn to in this. Forty years of studying is melody. How can you craft something that really. Just dials into the heart of the listener. And then you bring them to that point and you allow them to carry on from there. They pick up that torch if you will and take with them. Through whatever life situations they're experiencing. Yeah it reminds me of how i feel when we're look at a piece of art. We don't really know the intention of the artists necessarily but it holds certain meaning for us. And i wanted to ask you so you have this beautifully meaningful music and you seem to be from what i've ascertained so far deeply passionate about mezei shen. When did that start in your life. When did you begin to meditate. Why did you gravitate towards meditation. And then how did that intersect with your music. Love it thank you a number of years ago. Let's say run ten or so. I began to have some health issues. And so i found a chinese reflexologist who just completely turned my world upside down and the best of ways and at that point it was a very simple thing i walk and his. Oh it's this. let's fix your chee. And he did. I was sick. Great what it's two parts. At that point. I really became very interested in holistic food in the holistic lifestyle. Where does that fall in place. And how is it that were not made aware of it at least here in the states so there was a balance i mean i have grown up in church since i was knee high and so there that area of prayer that has always been part of my life but i knew that there are parts as well as it specifically when she starts speaking about your wellness your overall health until i knew that there was a marriage somewhere in between
"shen" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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Music Week Morning Riddles
"Good morning it's time for chompers your morning and night tooth brushing shout. It's nieves it week and today we've got some musical riddles to get your brain bouncing to the beat. The first start rushing on the top of your mouth on one side making small circles with your rush around each to three years i riddle. I'm a very heavy instrument. My keys are black and white. i'm both string and percussion. And what kind is upright. What am i i know. He anos are both percussion instrument and a string instrument because of the way they work inside. I'll explain but after you switch to the other side of the top of your mouth when you press a key on the piano a little hammer strikes a string inside the piano that makes the sound so because a peon has both strings and is played by striking. It's both a string and uppercut shen instrument. Here's your next riddle. It's a really hard one. Some types are found on fish and some measure weight but when it comes to music i'm in groups of five six twelve or eight. What am i. you'll find out after you switch. You're brushing to the bottom of your mouth should reached the molar teeth. All the way in the back okay. Time to shout out the answer. A musical scale is a group of notes like this in a scale. The notes are played in order from lowest to highest or from highest to lowest. Your music. teacher might tell you to practice your skills so you can get better at your instrument switzer rushing to the other side of the bottom of your mouth but don't rush to her. Here's our last riddle one note on a piano you use them to open doors. Many sons are in one many melodies and scores. What am i tonight. The answer and for more harmonious scratchers until then make sure to rinse and long
How To Self Publish Your Book Online With XinXii Publishing
"What's happening? I am just absolutely tickled to death that you take a little bit of time out today to spend a little bit of time with me to talk about one of my favorite things in self-publishing books. And you know how long we've been talking about it. They're going on sixteen weeks straight of discussing all the different Avenues it rest assured. We're not quite done but this is probably going to be one of the last month or this type of publishing they're going to talk about we're going to switch over into aggregate publishing and audiobook publishing more importantly in the coming weeks. So let's focus on this long last option. Now, this is not to say that I've exhausted every Avenue. I've just hit all the major Avenues some of the areas that people have asked me about the thing with self-publishing a book on off online is it can be overwhelming it can seem like oh my gosh, there's Amazon. There's Apple there's Barnes & Noble. There's Kobo. There's racket since rackets in scope. Oh, I said it twice just coughing. Twice is nice. There's smashwords. There's draft the Jewelers published. Oh my gosh. Well, I thought what better way to break it all down then just do an entire podcast series about this off. So in any event, we're going to be discussing an aggregate publisher an aggregate publisher works like this you upload your content to their platform and they feed it out to numerous Avenues on your behalf. Typically, typically an aggregate publisher takes a percentage of the net profits that come in from the different areas. Okay. Now too bad, there's other ones like published drive that charge a fee a subscription fee to do it since she's not so much like that, but I'm going to put a little bit of an asterisk next to this. So we're going to be talking about Shinji full disclosure song. I'm just curating information here. I've never used them. In fact today. I actually started breaking ground and started uploading an audiobook cuz I'm really curious. They have some Avenues. I don't see a page or through other areas like a CX or find a way voices or published drives. So I said, let's go and give this a shot. There's a little bit of an ambiguity about it though, and I'm going to discuss it here. Get too far ahead of myself. So Shen she's the name of the company. It's spelled x i n x i i and look it up. Yes. It is pronounced Shen. She actually found a video of someone saying it that actually is from the companies and she so european-based company and I always try to cross check to see if they're legit. If any aggregate Publishers good the alliance of Indian authors is one of the best organizations to cross-check any kind of services for self-publishers. You have something that's called the Watchdog service and on that Watch Dog service, they fully vet competition and they don't mince words if there's something a little bit of skew a little bit off. They're not going to recommend it. They'll probably put a caution rating or even avoid it altogether. With Shadow, it gets a recommended rating. Now that is like the top award, you know, there is excellent partner. But since she's not a partner, they're just recommending. So it's without that partner relationship that they have the recommendation. So that speaks volumes ahead of time. Keep in mind Ally the alliance of independent. Authors is run by any authors for any others. Isn't that somebody getting their you know Palms greased saying well, you know, if you give us good words, well, we'll go ahead and pay a little extra. Something doesn't work that way. So in any event, they distribute ebooks and audiobooks but no print books. And so if you're looking for another print-on-demand Avenue Shane, she's not it off. I try to do some digging to see if that was something I was coming any time soon, but I didn't find anything about it. Let's learn. With the books. They accept files. Oh my gosh, like I think thirty different file types. I will mention these ones real briefly here doc ePub PDF. Text PowerPoint. What? Yeah, they accept PowerPoint Excel. Yeah, they accept Excel spreadsheets what PostScript and so many more years. There's no minimum requirement or maximum threshold. Now, I'm going to have a little bit of an asterisk here because I saw they said there's no minimum requirement off. No, ma'am ran out of pages. Technically there is there is and and looks like it too far ahead ourselves here distribution goes out to Amazon the example Bookstore Barnes & Noble Google Kobo Scribd. They have 27 Avenues in total Plus. the shaanxi author page now Shinji author page is essentially a way that you can distribute through the senshi platform and because it's an aggregate publisher. You'll be going to the various Avenues. Let's say you're Distributing ebook over to Amazon. Everybody knows that if you have your book price between 299 and 99 at 70% through Amazon KDP. Well,
President Trump’s Campaign Sues Philadelphia Over City’s Satellite Election Offices
"President Trump's reelection campaign is suing the city of Philadelphia. NPR's Jen Newman says the suit stems from city officials blocking campaign representatives from observing residents registering to vote and filling out mail in ballots in election offices. The campaign's 14 page lawsuit claims the actions of Philadelphia officials have undermined election integrity. Trump campaign employees arrived at recently opened satellite election offices wanting to observe City election officials prevented them but offered the campaign a tour. Instead, the state's top election official says there's no right under Pennsylvania law to watch people fill out ballots. That's NPR's Shen
"shen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Long. Shen Yoshiki running it down in the circle, laying it wide on the right hand side for Galvan, who's marked by Lopez Delvon slopes right of the 18. Rapids attacking left to right. Delvon fakes to step over, then cuts back to his right trying to Deke Lopez stops wide creates space wants ahead or knocked out of the 18. Run down by a cost a good first touch, lease it out wide to Galvan again. He slows Does the Argentinean Acquired in January this year, then spins off a foul from Lopez. It will be a free kick for the rapids. We get a look at this again. I mean, definitely. Galvan sold it. With price setting up right of center. Just on the edge of the defensive third for San Jose. He'll send one in looking for a head or loose in front of bounces in Full Bassett able get the redirection, giving the rapids the lead. Once again. It's one nothing Colorado in the 35th minute. That goal is brought to you by Audi. The rapids get taken away. Only.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka 'Notorious RBG,' was an unparalleled cultural icon
"Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dubbed in later years, the notorious RBG was the second woman ever to serve on the Supreme Court began her tenure in 1993 President Bill Clinton. Appointed her before that she had a celebrated career as an attorney fighting for equal rights for women. She eventually became a cultural icon for women and Americans of all generations. Lots of local reaction to the death of Ginsberg as of yesterday, one of our former law clerks now sharing a profound impact. Civil rights champion had on her own life and career. For this we go to Komal is Joel Marino small and simple gesture for an icon of the legal community. As people gathered the Seattle center toe honor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she really wanted to ensure that every American heavy equal rights viewed by many as the legal architect of the civil rights movement. In 2002. Ginsburg took on a young and aspiring law clerk who is now a professor at the University of Washington. I feel like I couldn't really hoped for much better of a life in the life that she designed and lived. Elizabeth Porter was there is landmark opinions were forged on same sex rites and affirmative action cases. The experience would shape our own understanding of life. The law in the fight for equality that continues to this day. This is a political tragedy for the country, In my view, were deeply polarized place and we're losing an important steadying voice. Ginsberg herself faced discrimination coming out of law school and turned that into a lifelong quest for equality for all Americans. I think she wass absolutely the best sort of patriot. Aside from a storied career, Porter says Ginsberg loved art and music and was surrounded by people She loved. I can celebrate a beautiful Joyous life well lived. Whatever happens next, Professor Porter says she hopes the legitimacy of the Supreme Court doesn't get dragged down by political scheming in the upcoming appointment process. Now Coleman's Molly Shen reading Governor, Jay Anjali statement on Ginsberg's death, saying, We lost one of the greatest American Patriots to ever serve on the U. S. Supreme Court. Until he went on to say Justice. Ginsburg was a public servant who kept America true to its purpose. She never shied away from vigorously dissenting when the court set back the course of justice. Anjali is among the dozens of politicians and celebrities taking to social media to mourn Justice Ginsburg. They also include former President Bill Clinton, who appointed her. Clinton called Ginsberg a magnificent judge on a wonderful person come on
Seattle Police Watchdog Releases 1st Batch Of Protest Findings
"Of Police Accountability, releasing its first findings from nearly 20,000 complaints filed against Seattle police during recent demonstrations. 13,000 of those complaints were from this incident at a protest in May. Where a young boy was pepper sprayed by police. After reviewing bodycam footage, the O P A cleared the officer of wrongdoing after determining that the officer was aiming the pepper spray at someone else. The child was hit unintentionally. In another case, the O P A found an officer did not follow training protocols win for 13 seconds. He held his knee on the neck of someone who was being arrested. They're recommending that Officer be disciplined. More findings will be released in the next few weeks. Almost Molly Shen
The Pandemic Is Pushing People Out of Prisons
"The novel coronavirus and prison is dangerous combination in the united. States. One hundred and twenty thousand cases have been detected in prisons and one thousand incarcerated people have died so far these deaths and the danger of more have driven prison and jail reforms that have been long delayed staff writer. Kelly Servic is here to talk about De car Suray Shen in the US what is happening how researchers are weighing in on the process and how it's affecting public safety and Health Hi Kelly is there the US is unusual not just? In a large number of corona virus cases that we've had, but also in the size of its incarcerated population, how does the United States compare with other countries? In this respect? The US is is sort of the leader in terms of mass incarceration. Unfortunately, the US has the highest prison population of any country in the world with over two million people in in prison right now, it was very clear from the beginning of the pandemic that the system of jails and prisons in this country was going to be especially dangerous for. The people living in them because not only are they not designed structurally to allow for social distancing but many of them are already extremely overcrowded. There's been calls for years to D Karsh straight or to cut down on the number of people in prison and jails, and now there's been a big push to make this happen quickly what's happened with the number so far have we seen a big decrease in incarcerated people? So some analyses have suggested a decrease pretty early in the pandemic of about twenty, five percent of the. Population of jails in the US, which is pretty dramatic. That's something that a lot of jails have not been able to achieve in any other way but jails and prisons are are a bit different in this respect. Jails are often holding people who have not yet been convicted and are awaiting sentencing are waiting trial prisons meanwhile told people who are already convicted and serving sentences have not budged nearly as much in terms of population despite some efforts by states to reduce populations of seen figures of eight percent thirteen percent so still. Pretty, modest reductions there the numbers are going down how is this happening who's getting out or are people just never going in in the first place it's happening for all those reasons is happening in a bunch of different ways which was one of interesting things in talking to corrections administrators about this some jail systems have focused on, for example, eliminating the bail requirement that was keeping people there if they couldn't pay to get out or eliminating the requirement of people, sit in jail on parole violations of picking out specific populations. Of People that they felt didn't pose any public safety risk and and were there sort of on technical violations of various kinds prisons, it's been a little bit more complicated in that they've had to select groups of people. They don't pose any public safety risk and also are particularly high risk for covid. Some governors have commuted the sentences of people in prison because they're medically vulnerable or older, for example, or if they have a short time to serve on their sentence and then beyond all this, there's also the factor that A. Major reason that jails strength is simply because arrests went down particularly early in the pandemic as police officers were making fewer arrests, fewer people out on the streets, but also likely officers were seeking to avoid physical interactions where could so yeah, all these factors are complicated and some of them are are a bit more locked in place, and some of them are likely to fluctuate again as states reopen and things change with the pandemic. So it's really hard to to sort of know what's GonNa happen next
"shen" Discussed on Healthy Eating For Kids
"Of course, you can enjoy dessert. But if You overeating Maybe, it's time to redirect some of those calories to other nutritious food. So they're still feel full and satisfied. And if it feels really overwhelming, always always lack with a registered pediatric dodger Shen the approach that we take. For weight loss with adults. Is Very different children. So it's really important to work with a children's specialists. And then of course, need to think about activity. And how can you make activity fun There are some upset my girlfriend's of enjoy catch to five K. They they love it. They've been able to become really active and get really fit from doing just using that simple free resource. It works to definitely take advantage of these free resources. I think it's also. To read labels adoptive four and a half some podcast episodes on that, how to screen breakfast cereals and so on this learning to look at the fat Shoulda. And now it looks like we're going to be looking at calories too. The. Often if you screen for some of the things like fiber fat and sugar, the calories who fall. Within the range but also it may be that you need to think about portion sizes. So, there's lots of different things you can do to protect can think about mindful eating. You teaching children to to their bodies stopping to eat once full. Or making sure you're following the plate model and you know. Having nutritious foods on that play to thinking about division of responsibility, making sure that you are presenting children. With food from all of the food groups, including fruit and vegetables. And I would always encourage you to write a meal plan. Now. You might think why would I ride a meet plan? It really helps think about it this way if you're working on a really big project. At. Work. Would you ever approach that without a plan? If you are saving up for a big purchase like a house or a car. Would you ever do that without a financial plan? So. Why would you ever approach how the eating weight loss plan so changing.
"shen" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"It was sharp but I've experienced just kind of a boost of clarity and confidence. It's not even in my appearance. Although I'm certain that that has some reflection but I had arrived at a point in my immaturity is a man. Were not gaining gaining self co a personal confidence from my appearance. I have that same adolescent or young adult Need for external attornal approval. I I gained self confidence from from WHO I am from my confidence in my character in my upright life from the love of my wife from the the respect and love of my children and so I don't so it's not that adolescent idea although again I'm sure that there that that does play a role what I'm trying to describe is how the confidence that comes from getting results parlays over into other areas and that's been really impressive oppressive to meet experience and to be aware of as as the as the situation has continued. I didn't expect it to be quite so significant. And so if you're struggling with money and your fat of course work on your money but also consider working on your fatness and see if there's some reflection over and if you're getting out of debt and you're starting to feel or you're a building money and you're building more confidence from there then I encourage you then use some of that. Confidence comes from making financial improvements over to other areas. Now I'm going to walk you through some psychology that I've experienced and continue to draw money lessons for them but when I recently started Ah to lose weight I don't even know the exact date I didn't write it down. I just came to a firm inner conviction Shen that I could not accept things the way that they were and I came to a firm inner conviction that I had to change and I had to change for life. No matter what I don't know the day I don't know even the month at this point it was something like I don't even know at this point. It was something like July of last a twenty nineteen But I just simply came. I was sitting. I know where I was in a note was in the middle of the day my children were having were sleep and I was sitting on the couch in my living room. I think it was probably a Saturday or Saturday. Just sitting in my living room thinking probably was reading and I just came to this firm conviction that I it wasn't it could not continue and for me part of it. It was probably just frustration at at what on earth like. How is it that somebody who's you know? I'm not a stupid person. How how is it that I can't beat this? I'm not an undisciplined person. Why was I can't beat this? I came part of it was related to my future where I was I was planning a a live live event and I just couldn't see myself standing on stage as a Fatman it just. That's not that's not how I see myself is. I couldn't imagine sitting back and watching a video of me. Speaking at a live event and being annoyed with how fat I was and I didn't think it was honored I think it was honoring to God. I didn't think it was. It was anything that was attracted to people and I just came to the conviction and said that's it no matter what it takes then I'm going to change and the lesson that will draw from from there over to money is I've observed that same thing and other people have heard about that same thing in other people and I think that's probably not universal but many people have to come to an epiphany like that where they realized that what I've been doing isn't working. Why is it that I'm broke? Why am I not rich? Why am I why I can't figure this out and it seems like they're often has to come that moment where you say that's it? I've had it I'm not gonNA take it anymore and I don't care what the cost is. I don't care what I have to do but I'm going to learn what I have to do. I don't care I'm not living this way anymore. So a part of that I would say the lesson that I've drawn from that is if if that relates between fatness health and money if it relates. It's over. I think that you can nurture that yourself by reflecting on the future when I reflect on the future that I want can't financially it's a big bright future and one of the things that I've tried to do the Games I've tried to play in my head as I've tried to map out different futures so I I'd I I in my head I look forward and I see what that ideal future would look like if I do everything really well. I do what I intend to do. And I do it. Well and I really amp up the emotion of that positive future. I see myself in the circumstances that I dream of and I imagine that and then I go to the opposite nice okay. What if I don't do that? What if I don't take the courageous step or what if I don't sit down and work? What if I don't do the things I need to do? And amplify the terror of that situation. I try to use that emotion ocean energize me when I don't feel like working and I think the same thing can be done with regard to weight loss. I try to see. I've used these visualization techniques. And I try try to see what my life would look like if I'm fat and the ways that that limits me and how things work out over time and I've gone the other direction as well and to try to see what what are things. Look like if I'm not fat into go with the very best at the very worst I got mixed up the best and the worst and really get those pictures clearly in my head. So that's that's the lesson that I drew from that now. The next thing that in my own weight loss journey that I did was I didn't go out and read more books. I've read books I've read articles I've listened to people talk about Successful weight loss. I've tried different things in in the past I've I've eaten in different ways. I've gotten certain amounts of experience but in the totality of those experiences I came to the came to just my personal journey. I came to a couple of of opinions and convictions number one. I genuinely wondered if there was something wrong with me with my body. A generally wondered. If I've got some kind of weird maybe I my hormones are messed up. Or maybe there's something medically wrong with me because because when I've done honest analyses of my of my diet. It didn't make sense to me why I was as fast as I was by. Didn't need a lot of junk food on occasion we'd have a treat but it didn't need a lot of junk food in our house. We never we. Just don't eat packaged food. We Cook every every single meal from scratch We eat meat and vegetables and then we would eat some rice sometimes so if the not all the time but basically we didn't didn't eat junk and I don't eat junk and I don't eat that much and I would do the analysis and I would take time. It would take food logs and take pictures of all my food and write down everything intensely aware of it and it just grew frustrated. Like why on Earth am I fat. Maybe there's something I haven't done so maybe I need to go and consult a doctor and do blood tests and and things like that and when I came to the conviction someone's going that that no this has gotta change and I'll do it no matter what that was part of my plan and as I said all all right if I need to go and talk to a doctor and I need to do blood tests. I'll do it. Maybe whatever it is. I've got to figure this out. I'M NOT GONNA go any longer with this with being being fat. It's got to change no matter what it takes and but I didn't start with calling the doctor. What I started was doing what I figured had had the highest probability of working for me now from my experience observation and listening I was convinced that probably the best solution was for me to go on a Ketogenic Diet I don't know if that's right or not. But that was what I had concluded. That probably probably the best solution was to go on. Akito Genyk Diet and I had that opinion because I saw working for a lot of people. I wasn't competent to describe the differences between a low. Oh carb diet and a Ketogenic Diet but I knew that I'd lost weight on a low carb Diet. I knew that I lost weight in the past on Akita Genyk Diet so I figured a Ketogenic Diet would probably probably work for me and so I started. It was whatever day it was probably a Saturday. probably sometime around the summer probably sometime around. July I just I just started and I started on Saturday at two o'clock and I said that's it. I'm not gonNA EAT CARBS I'm going to eat I'm not GONNA eat carbs. I'm I'm exclusive gonNA eat protein and fat and that's it and vegetables meat and fat. That's it and I started and the lesson that I wanNA draw from that over to finances. Is that if you've been struggling with your finances you probably don't necessarily need to read another book. I think books are great. But you've probably read a bunch of books. You've probably had a bunch of ideas. You've probably considered a lot of ways that you can improve things and yet. There's probably a behavioral change that you haven't done now. I personally think that there's good reason to believe that almost any diet can work you re diet books and you find find that almost any diet can work now. Does that mean that all diets are equal. No it doesn't because the basic thing about a diet one of the factors success that has to be included is will people stick to this diet but the reality is almost any diet can can can result in short term weight loss at the very least east for those who stick to it and so when you try to analyze what diet is superior. It's hard just because almost any diet results in weight loss now. Does the Diet actually actually result in long term weight loss. Does it result in a life long weight loss. That's a bigger question. What percentage of people who start the Diet stick to the Diet that's a very big question question But almost any diet can work in the same thing. I would say that almost any financial improvement can work. There's so many individual pieces is a financial advice and so many of them can work. So what I'd recommend to you if you're struggling with money and finances don't necessarily start by going out reading eating a book just simply think based upon my past experiences based upon my successes based upon my failures. What do I think is likely me.
"shen" Discussed on Cell Culture Dish Podcast
"Shen of the work <hes> with their shouldn't which <hes> with <hes> with mets <hes> old older moustafa and so forth and then to answer your question about <hes> <hes> how do we envision this being employed in the developing world so <hes> so one of the key features of <hes> with skin spa is that so it's an extreme <hes> <hes> socotra and power production but what we can do is integrated into another product which was developed which is called neverland the never line is a fully integrated <hes> what we call my facility which essentially looks not only <hes> self cultural production cell coach and then the viral material little the whole purification <hes> so we're looking at <hes> the primary purification where you know you'd be filching any purity's we're looking ah using cartography where we captured the viral antigens and then we're also looking at inactivation so all of these steps contained within a very take sort of small very small piece of equipment smoke compared to what you would do if you were to use and authorities analogies using stepwise poses and this drastic elastic reduction in <hes> footprints but also the the <hes> sort of large automation of all these steps i mean that's this system can be readily <hes> <hes> sort of installed and developed in countries where they might not be the existing infrastructure like would have in <hes> in sort of developed countries trees for four pharmaceutical production because simply. It's it's us. It's a lot cheaper than than using technology so one thing that's important to say that the main barrier to entry for minia developing countries that want to enter a field is that <hes> the cost associated with building a palma cynical plants all you know i worked really expensive and this is a message to entry this initial catholics and what to do with our system is we drastically reduce this in such a way that <hes> that this country's can not consider producing their own vaccines opposed to purchasing them to maybe launch some companies in countries with high prices so that's one thing and one equipment <hes> the system beth for being small and easy to use also enables <hes> these countries to the thought of using that stuff create will thank you for that explanation. That sounds really interesting in that. I really appreciate your time explaining what's going on. I'm in the world of vaccines and is there anything else that you'd like to add par listeners well. I think maybe if i could just conclude so <hes> <music> guess one of the cool things about this technology is it's. It's really sort of a <hes> what we think is. It's really a step change in which the exiting saw manufactured richard and we'll be manufactured in future which means that it will change the dynamics of the of the vaccine production markets new future in such a way. That's what i think that i thought for once implemented. <hes> will mean that the way vaccines all manufacturers and produce supply will be completely different <hes> in the if you choose to what we've been used to things the sort of you know the true development of industrial vaccines you know and then with mobile technology in the eighties teeth so i think we i think you know i guess we could call in the industrial revolution on on the scale of of this particular topic <hes> which means that the next is you're gonna change and <hes> and really <hes>. That's ultimately what what's going to be. The main benefit is that the irrigation targets <hes> for the world food for diseases will be <hes> more easily using you know like the one that we walk home. Yes it's really exciting to see some new and innovative technologies allergies in this area. I think it's it's needed and and of course as you mentioned to meet the goals for for vaccination worldwide it. It's a really the important step forward so they you so much for your time today. I really appreciate it and <hes> thanks for joining us. Thank you.
"shen" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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"shen" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Fred calling in from Winter Park here. Okay. Fred, so, yeah, they're a couple of other things that I might suggest. I don't know whether you've actually talked to a supervisor there or you've talked with the legal department. But if you haven't I would recommend that you talk with both of them, tell them your story. And I think you might get a better response because of their emphasis on customer service or the other option is you could go to the press. But if you don't pay it, then you have to understand that it may affect your credit score. And then you'd have to deal with the credit reporting agency to explain to them that you're disputing the debt. And why so those are just some. Suggestions out certainly take your advice. I just didn't know whether or not they had caused me stressed aggravation. And all that, and our whether or not they were negligent or something else that would be actionable and worthwhile both for me and for you. But I don't think I've done anything wrong. But they have to me. That's what I wanted to know where I stood. And and you know, it's a goal. I in giant again, right? So you don't have a. Yeah. You don't have a cause of action back against them for stress and aggrava- Shen so money back. Anyway, I didn't I didn't deserve it agree that I agree to that. Thank you. I won't take any more of your time. You've been very kind. Here. Welcome fred. Thank you for calling in. Appreciate the call. Appreciate you listening to the show few of out there. And you have a question for attorney, Sherri DeWitt, go ahead and give us a call.
"shen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And I said, you know, you don't understand this is curious. Anyway, I I said, oh, by the way, I have private insurance. And they said, well, why didn't you say so you can go to this hospital? In an hour. The thing is that's what's going to happen. Again. Do you think all these Hollywood stars are going to sit there and wait in line to get their knee operation there ACL repaired their hammer? Toe fixed. No, they're going to go and talk to a doctor is going to do my favorite because going to pay him cash and the private plans the goal plants, and and the pedestrians will be waiting online. Well, and that's the thing to where you know, early on the Obama stuff was looking towards a well, we want you know, to match our thing with the NHS. Well, you know, they have the NHS. And because it's such a problem. Private insurances skyrocketed, and they basically call it the cutting the lineup Shen, you know, which which shouldn't happen, especially for important stuff. But I know I had a thanks so much. I remember. Jon Stewart was talking to one of these British Hollywood stars. And they said, you know, we should do you guys do it because you guys have everybody gets health care there. And he goes, no, you don't want anything to do with Britain. We're terrible. We have a terrible system. You don't want any part of it. A lot of these Canadians are coming here, we have Canadian listeners so could get on the phone. We could debate that again, but Bernie Sanders. This is Lisa dressing, the issue that Republicans led by Mitch McConnell don't want to address because they can't get anyone to agree on anything. But if you don't act like you trying to help the healthcare system, the American people are not going to tolerate it. But for those Democrats they have done nothing in a hundred days to be proud of their house went out on a retreat in Virginia. They're celebrating. What did they do? Try to get the president's former attorney to make the president look bad before he went to prison. Do they get the president's taxes to these the thing matter to they have a substantive does hearing to try to fix health. Care. No after one hundred days they've done nothing. And now if you want Medicare for all just know, you're also saying what I believe that ObamaCare is a failed experiment because you can't have both Nancy Pelosi, by the way, not into Medicare for all this that party is not speaking in one voice..
"shen" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast
"That is why that little sketch is now in my family's possession. As I look at the picture. I'm reminded of liens, I Ave Shen about stories and families the square of pencil lines is not even scrap of information without the family story. It could end up in a junk shop. If there was nobody left tell I reflect that for me bene- comb has never really had history. It always felt so modern and has had associations only with a happy youth. It feels different. Now. I ask you to read that passage because it says sends chills up and down my spine. I love that idea of little picture pencil drawing of duck meaning nothing until it has its history. And as soon as it's story comes is given to it. It means everything that's sort of what you've done with this book. Isn't it you're giving back the history to areas of of the Netherlands, which don't know their own history. There's this sort of mania for modernisation in the Netherlands and also because it did sustain a huge amount of damage. Yes. Rotterdam? Almost entirely post-war, isn't it. Yeah. I mean certain parts of the Netherlands sustained huge amounts of damage in Rotterdam absolutely flattened and the railway lines were really stripped by the Germans in in the last part of the war and actually quite a lot of the rest of the Netherlands was entirely unaffected. Most of the great cities outside of Rotterdam, not bombed, but they sort of feel just so well kept and so modern that it doesn't feel like the kind of presence of of a history that you you get in Britain where I sort of think everything rattles people continually talking about the war. Vanishes. The cutout goal is published by fig tree. And you can of course, hit the entire into by scrolling back in the podcast feed next up to most pavement be after this. Today in.
"shen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In. How can I say this? I'm having a little bit of difficulty turned to make this point is so important. As long as you have emotion. And if you struggle if you try not to be emotional. You become more and motion takes motion to try to more emotion. It doesn't work. Those up don't fight emotion with emotion. Memo Shen becomes angry, and there's nobody there and you're angry with this. And you're angry with that. And you're fighting with your emotions. And there's nobody there. Something is there? Anxiety all kinds of sicknesses and diseases. The more you start trying to struggle. The worst you become. Do not struggle. Never struggle. How can I say? Everything bad happens for good. Not complete yet. He completed everything happens for good. Only. For love of the Lord. See everything had bad happens for good. For those that love the Lord. If you don't love the Lord, meaning.