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"On the western side of the Indian subcontinent, there is a city called Puna with an estimated population of seven million people. It's the eighth largest population center in India. As the informational technology capital of the country known as the Oxford of the East due to many universities and technical schools scattered throughout the city. At the near center of the city on the Bank of the Muto River is a majestic eighteenth century fort called Shawnee war water. was home to some of India's greatest warriors and politicians as well as some of its most dangerous betrayals. The death and destruction tied to the fort has left behind shadows Phantom pushes and pulls and disembodied voices crying out for help. These spirits are the last remnants of the Fort's storied history as a series of fires have ravaged the building itself. In order to understand the loss experienced by both these spirits and the culture they came from one has to die far back into Indian history. If South Asia can be defined by anyone conflict. It's the region's ongoing religious wars between Hindus and Muslims long before the British and Portuguese arrived and exacerbated these problems the countries we now know as India and Pakistan were divided into smaller kingdoms who fought for religious and cultural dominance. During, most of the eighteenth century, the Indian subcontinent was dominated by the Mughal empire. Muslim. With its origins in modern day, bekker's can. In seventeen twenty the head of the Murata Empire appointed a twenty year old warrior named Bagio belong to succeed his father in the role of prime minister or pay Schwa-. Balji raw was determined to fight his way from Poona to Delhi in order to expel the moguls and claim all of the Indian Subcontinent Taza State. It. Is Nineteen Year career as a PATUA. He never lost a battle. As, his grew so did the power of the Pay Schwab US eventually superseding kings they were expected to serve in terms of power and influence. Ten years into his campaign to expand the Miranda Empire. Mogae row began building a seven story fortified palace called SCHONE WAR WADA or Saturday fort in seventeen thirty it was completed in seventeen thirty two and would serve as the seat of the patients power until European imperial powers forced them into decline when he wasn't in the field Balji row stayed with his wife, Kashi Pie and their sons at Shawnee War Wada the garden. So the Ford provided an idyllic place for children to play and the many halls of the palace were lot in the region for their decor. This included both intricate teak finishing San wall-paintings of the Ramona and the Mahabharata it is at this point that the historical record gets controversial. Body row married Mustang any the daughter of the Rajput King Shot Sal and his Persian Muslim concubine. Unheard of for both Hindu and Muslim rulers to take multiple wives. However. mustangs ties, Islam Islam, and the lack of official approval from both body Rows Family Yen Kashi by presented personal and political issues. Some claim that the marriage was a political match meant to thank podgy raw for saving the Rajput Kingdom. But legend has it that body route fell in love with the princess after she broke into his tent in men's clothing to ask him for military aid. The story says that podgy row gave Donnie a dagger perhaps not realizing that doing so was a sign of marriage in Rajput Culture. Whatever the truth was? Followed her new husband Ashani Wada or she faced a chilly reception from her new in laws. Macci rows mother and brother refused to acknowledge her and body row ended up having to build a separate residents for her. Believe it or not. This period was in many ways the most peaceful era and Shinawatra's domestic history.
"shinawatra" Discussed on Here & Now
"Thailand may soon be a democracy. Once again, the country has been under military dictatorships into coup in twenty fourteen but today Thailand's election commission said there will be a general election on March twenty fourth joining us now from Bangkok is the BBC's Jonathan head Jonathan what is the significance of this announcement today. Well, the thing the importance is that we even go to date. Remember, this is a military regime that seized power in two thousand fourteen and promised an election the following year and then promise on the following year by my count. There have been at least five perspire moments to their announcement. We're finally seeing this all elusive election taking place much later than people thought it would when the military stepped in they stepped in because they said there was there was a crisis. There were protests on the streets. And I think many ties are anxious to see us see the country moving onto some kind of political malady. They hope that this election will allow that to happen. Well, it reminds us exactly what that crisis. Wow. Was that caused the military to step in in a coup while the prime minister, I believe was out of the country a few years ago. Well, we've had to choose in the loss twelve years or so, and it's a very prolonged crisis essentially Thailand's politics in the distant past with dominated by military governments or semi authoritarian governments, but in the year two thousand and one new prime minister Taksin Chinnawat who is a billionaire telecoms tycoon promising a raft of very popular populist policies came in on a new constitution and won a resounding election victory. One another one four years later, but he threatens the dominance of traditional elites in Thailand. There were arguments. They never substantiated the threatened the monarchy, which is of course, very important in Thailand, he was ousted in a coup in two thousand six but after that I lied to him kept winning the elections. They held including his sister Yang lock who won. An election in two thousand eleven we had serious protests against her government that prompted street clashes. The government lost its authority didn't have the military behind it. And finally, we had the military stepping in for a second coup in two thousand fourteen and they vowed to reshape the country in a way, they said to rid it, all it's problems. But many people assume it's pretty thin disguise that the real purpose of the military taking over was to make sure that Taksin Shinawatra his parties which won every election last twenty years would not with it on the one. And that's what we're going to see in this election because although Mr. Texans an exile. He's going to criminal charge against Himalayas is politically motivated, his English also an exile. But his party remains popular. And everyone's wondering whether it will bounce back for the military has designed to constitution, which will make it very difficult for one party to dominate, and we're likely to see the military keeping its way over Thai politics..
"shinawatra" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"This power raking comes together. It's going to come together. Pretty good week ten coming up. We've got the top power rankings number ten. It was the Packers last week. They got beat by the pats. Are you sticking my line show because you didn't say anything? You're busy of looking up. Something. I see. Well, considering it the the Packers were number tandem. I'm having a tough situation some allege you guys chime in and help me out with number ten because I'm looking at the Washington Redskins which lost Packers which lost Tennessee, which wants internet. He was five five and three and they're sitting at number two. And he's still got the dolphins sitting there. I don't know. Which one of these teams could be number ten I'll tell you which one it ain't I think the the Redskins lost three starters on offense for the season on Sunday two of them on the offense of line. You saw them struggle against the falcon. So I'm gonna say going forward, and you always say you'd like to use going forward as a way you judge these. So I'm going to take them out of it. What do you say the best team that you just of all the teams that you just mentioned the team that I think is the best of that group. Cincinnati there. Cincinnati beat almost anybody in the league, it wouldn't blow. Now, they could lose anybody Cincinnati could lose to the raiders. But if you told me tomorrow that the Bengals beat the Steelers or or the saints or any of these teams, I buy it. They have some injury. Do that's whether tenth and not four. So you would take them at number ten. I would over the dolphins. Dolphins don't seem room. No. Going to cross wiler. I'm not gonna take them at number ten because I think they're slightly better. It's going to it's going to be crazy. But I'm gonna leave Green Bay at number ten, and the reason is is because that man Aaron Rodgers at some point that division is going to come back to them. I don't necessarily think is gonna come right away. But I believe it will come back to them at some point. So I'm gonna put them at number ten. All right, fair enough number nine last week. You had you had the Texans who are on a hot streak. So I know they're moving the Texas is certainly moving up at the number nine spot. Again, another Tuffy these same teams that you guys Mitch. And now, I know you said, hey, Cincinnati should be at number ten I think Cincinnati is slightly above ten. I'm gonna put them at the number nine spot because they are sitting right there with with the Pittsburgh Steelers. I didn't want to be a mat ten put them at nine five and three I think they have an opportunity to get eight. If they get in win they get AJ greenback. Healthy I think they can still continue to kind of push Pittsburgh. The division could find themselves out of the top ten altogether. They got New Orleans this weekend. Get it in Cincinnati. But they lose that game badly. They're probably out of the top ten altogether. Stay probably could potentially be their only five and a half point underdogs. So the as expects them to keep it somewhat close last week. You had these Steelers who I looked up stay under last like sixteen seventeen games or so once on the road Rams, the tunnel has them as road warriors or Steelers linen Connor have them Grohl in right now. But they move out of the the number eight spot. Put the Texans from nine to eight because they are pretty hot Shinawatra's playing. You know, good foot encouraging good football at the quarterback spot Bill. Brian is finally to me learn how to get a quarterback other than Tom Brady to play. He's finally gotten me to believe that he may be a good quarterback coach he just had bad quarterbacks in the past. Right. You mentioned it about Miami a minute ago, how it felt like Miami doesn't feel real you just didn't feels similar to me in the sense that this was a team that looked dreadful early in the season that division is dreadful..
"shinawatra" Discussed on WJR 760
"Traffic good morning Detroit right now we. Are accident free but we do have a few construction. Spots remember that eastbound Michigan avenue from Mason to Monroe street you've got one lane. Closed their the Southfield freeway north between four and six. Mile only the right lane will get you by these projects you wrap up tomorrow morning at five. AM and the entrance ramp to breast street. To northbound crash it is closed until six PM this evening I'm Tracy racks WJR traffic first from the JR weather center mix of clouds and sunshine force here today as we finish out our weekend, alight south the southeast breeze into low eighties here this afternoon which is right about where we should be, this, time, of year, mid sixty s tonight partly cloudy Eighty-three Monday. Showers and storms Monday night and, Tuesday from the Weather Channel. I'm Ken Boone on news talk seven, sixty WJR You, have, housing, questions the, inside outside guys on WJR have the answers. Here are Ken end shock are, old music buddy Here he's. The excitable this morning you grew up with me Music Thanks. God bless. You. Wow This I'm. Gonna. Get, into it now okay hey, if you didn't know this you're listening to the inside outside guys on WJR after this next gas will start taking some phone calls this morning for any and all, of, your, questions, at, eight eight eight six five. Four guys in the time we have. Good friend on, the line Mr, Lee? Schwartz, are. You there. Sir I am indeed good morning gentleman live and in person from the hba of Michigan Mr Lee Schwartz actually on my desk in my home office we're not used to, this, we're, used, to, look at across the table. And you sitting there and looking at. Your face Lee, too long address that Fat I'd like to like to set up something to get together with you guys again for the. Sped we'll see what. Happens so how are you guys, say we are blessed my. Friend we really are except On. The way in Ken. Was saying you know least not, really doing his job because. Housing is not affordable Failing miserably You know better valley. So leave how do you describe how do you even describe affordable housing a box on a sidewalk or what No you know let's let's do it this way okay the generally accepted. Definition of affordable housing across all the income levels is, housing that doesn't cost. You more than thirty percent of your income a year that's the that's generally accepted as to what Quote affordable unquote housing is so it's not It's not a. Matter of what you paid for the house it's a matter of. What, it, costs you on an annualized basis What it cost you on an annualized basis backtracking I think it's fair and so that's that's probably the simplest way to do that, because it's going to change with your economic. Status You know. There are some million dollar homes out there that are too expensive for people who are making more than that Which seems sorta strange but but it's true and that's why they generally accepted? Is thirty percent income okay? Interesting so, how many people in the United States that otherwise require housing would meet that qualification any any sense of that Well study just came out from the federal government if you take the US median income and that's about seventy two thousand dollars roughly of new and existing homes that have been sold since April to June only about fifty seven percent, of those homes were affordable to, the families. That. Were earning to seventy two? Thousand, dollars and it's concerning, because this is one of the lowest numbers that we've seen since mid two. Thousand. Eight. At the start of the recession and it's it's not good news Friday body frankly what? Was that number again Li Okay media US chemists seventy two thousand how has it, were sold between, the beginning April on the end of June that were affordable to families earning that seventy two thousand dollars a year only fifty seven percent of the the houses that were sold where affordable at that price range so does that does that, say that forty three percent of, the buyers. Literally. Couldn't afford what they were? Purchasing No it just. Says that again we're going on to. Medium? Income. Okay so yeah, I mean about. That medium-income about forty three percent of the houses that were available could be bought by people in that in that price range so that goes back to what, right so what you hearing from a lot of people is all the builders are. Building a big homes nowadays three car garages, four thousand square foot that's basically where we're going with that correct Well. We'd like to not go with that. Right Part of the problem from what. A lot, of people are saying in my sub just, recently we have some larger homes in my sub but we, had just, three smaller houses belt in my sub which I I would. Think would fit this parameter here of affordable housing so I think I think what you hear a lot of people saying they keep building these big houses and they built a. Big. House, because that's where the profit margin is correct Because of the cost Because They built a big houses because that's what they're pretty much forced to. Bill let me give you an. Example I was talking with one of our members just this week Shinawatra county land bag watched to give him lots, for five thousand dollars a piece. That's a pretty good price for land in that. Area okay he wants to build a series of condos.
"shinawatra" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Now, Thailand is seeking the extradition of foam of primacy lection ultra from the United Kingdom. Government was ousted in two thousand fourteen military coup, and she fled Thailand last year gaining tenure visa to Britain. She was sentenced in essentially to five years in prison on a charge of negligence in seeing money, losing rice subsidy program, which only me in the studio to discuss this is Tim Forsyth, who is from the LLC expert on Thailand, Asia and south East Asia. Generally, Tim, although the British crown prosecutions of won't comment on whether they've received an extradition request, it was confirmed to journalists by the current type prime minister. He and the foreign minister made a point of saying that this is a standard legal procedure. It's not political in any way. Is it. Well, of course it's political. I mean, the this shouldn't wants family represent the largest threat to the established, the forties in Thailand and oversleep what's going on now is a an attempt to try and preempts any organization of opposition to the current military regime whilst it tries to prepare for general elections, probably in the next year. I mean, you're not says she's innocent and that it's politically motivated. As you say, do you think it's choose to say that the coots have a record of antipathy towards her family. That's a more complicated issue because the courts are quite diverse, and there have been various occasions over the years when the courts have actually decided in favor of the the procedures. I mean, they've been many occasions when the policies representing the family or funded by the family, how being asked to step down from government as a result of a a court decision. So there is some argument that that basically the established courts in Thailand, our system which keeps the status quo and position reminds her brother Taksin Shinawatra his Jimmy. He's been through a similar history Sisa slightly similar. Yes. I mean, toxin was a police officer who is an allocated a states, monopoly on telecommunications, which rapidly made him a billionaire when she venues to fund his political career. He became prime minister thousand one until two thousand six until he was deposed by coup, and then he had his assets frozen on the he was banned from being in Thailand, but he has since opposed various parties which have occasionally one power ins Highland. And the last of those was one which was headed up by his younger sister. How much power, how much political power then does the family still wheeled? It's difficult to say, certainly they've had their assets frozen, both fee, Texan himself and his sister young on now banned from Thailand with arrest, warrants over the heads. It's very difficult to say what that actually means power, but they probably do have a lot of popular appeal inside and so for new party emerged renew movements emerged when they military regime of general elections. And this is quite likely that that's what family will appeal to a lot of voters. Why has time races until now to see gets tradition? Very good question. It would seem to be the case at some point. Soon, the the military government will have to call a general election. They promised this on and off over the years since the last twenty fourteen the latest statements is will be in Sabri. Twenty-nine scene is unlikely to happen in February nineteen, but it has to happen sooner or later and how likely is it that Britain will allow extradition it seems unlikely, two main reasons Taksin the the the military coven asked attacks into be extradited from Britain in two thousand eight, and that wasn't listened to, but also Thailand is undergoing a huge crisis of human rights abuses by the current military regime. And it seems unlikely that the British government will actually willingly let somebody targeted by regime go back when the it is a military unelected regime engaged in human rights abuses, Tim, thank you very much. Indeed. That's Tim Forsyth from the. S. e...
"shinawatra" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
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"shinawatra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Thanks for the latest news ally welcomed news unusually would lawrence and shinawatra next for me to well the coalition of women against sexual harassment just got wider with hollywood stars among those raising money to pay the legal protection to paul he paid women that's on the way also received persian tries to help low helps us try to get the idea of what is actually going on in iran latest report suggest a hundred people arrested last night in tehran and steve rosenberg as well sends us postcards from eleven russian cities old looking ahead to the world cup in 2018 busy now that report on the way quite a cashless far first story cate blanchett natalie portman reese witherspoon just three of the more than three hundred actress says writers and directors hoover in an open letter launching times up this is a project to help fight sexual harassment in the film industry after the allegations against film mogul harvey weinstein and others and crucially it hopes to link up the campaign among the wealthy and wellconnected with similar issues facing for example poorly paid farm workers in california actress mary and mcgarry who is also a writer and an educator joins us from los angeles and i asked her whether she sees times up as the practical step for the mi2 movement well i suppose it is in a bbc called me a while ago shortly after the harvey weinstein dean story brown and a boy was interviewing me as well as several other people simultaneously in may said twelve what is your take on all this in the sexual harassment in one at your experience skin and i said well you know i'm a mature woman i'm a mature actress and i came to los angeles in my 40s and nobody has harassed me in la but that makes it exemption by the sounds of it we hope i think my age had something to do with it but the point is this i did mention at the time i said you know i was constantly getting hit on an proposition when i was in graduate school and working as a waitress and i said those are the people those are the people that you know it it all goes undetected for all kinds of breeze and that's an important part of this campaign isn't it that the.
"shinawatra" Discussed on KKAT
"And the ad council welcome to the underground command after the marriage donald trump is doing a lot of conservative thanks not because i think he does them based on a philosophical belief system but he believes there right which is a good thing and i've said many many times i've been very pleased and surprised by a lot of what trump has done is the most conservative president we've had since reagan so far mark in sport a seven eight six dkk at radio with a polls talk radio a whole six runs the news division at npr he got budi out yesterday he'd be part of that news network featuring bill o'reilly in charlie rose shinawatra selfmanagement mark halpern all these different people according to the president that hacker wacko pack whatever his name is for nbc news the boss guy i'll and this is breaking his john conyers michigan congressman has been hop hospitalized apparently all the pressure of people finding out his that lifestyle has gotten to the near nineyearold jailbreak in my heart so um i've heard some quotes from nikki haley yesterday speaking at the un on the whole north korea situation though the whole story got covered up by the matt lauer thing to a certain extent but she is an issue is moving along but even people that are covering the next he haley thing are playing the colt research she says we're closer to war or okay or that the us is not choosing that's not the interesting stuff this is the interesting stuff president trump called chinese president she this morning and told him that we come to the point that china must cut off the oil for north korea china must show leadership and follow through china can do this on its own or we can take the old situation and our own hands show was that or was that nods what now us saying we're gonna establish a naval blockade in china's waters as they see them and and and and physically stop them from doing more north korea's and the border what does it say what could that mean a major mike line cbs military analyst joins us mike welcome how are you sir hey guys you have to be back with you all it's always a pleasure.
"shinawatra" Discussed on WEEI
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"shinawatra" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Very very wellcoached we said during the greek game show last night to be one of the most under appreciate other couple of size coordinators league bob and they're just very wellcoached on all the ball dave is generally regarded as one of the very best special came coaches italy along with a couple other jerry ross burger the ravens would come to mind mike mike shawmut on a play by play monday night football will have your partner drought john bruton tomorrow as we do every single wednesday here we'll start looking ahead at that point to next week's monday night game and sean you guys got some nice juice injected into that game as the bears will make the much anticipated quarterback change to go with the rookie mitchell trubisky and i know you're still winding down from last night's game but what is your sense of that as you guys will have the rookie debut of the second picking the draft next week against the vikings well selfishly alluded a little excited about that last year feed like we couldn't catch your break it we were getting teams that were surprisingly coming into the game with a lot of key players were injured and this year catching a lot of break i thought the fact nearly on came last night lost their recovery offer take win was obviously a great footballer now mitchell fifty making his debut is excellent i heard worker cirque before it came on in air are you proud of the fact that he's earned it by the way he cracked gift that will find more about that as we go there to reach and talk to them but you know he was very impressive in the preseason for sure and i think we're seeing with or mr guys like shinawatra bet a lot of these guys coming through nfl football ready to go yeah which avocado treatment home if you're watching him practice happen through alex they're all the thirty started not play as well as yet span based on what i've seen the kansas city chiefs people say i leave alone could step in if performed at a very high level right now to really fascinating dynamic that you have there because they have smith is playing so well and they could make a deeper on this year and still might consider making a quarterback change at the game next week as the vikings in the bears it'll be the debut of mitchell trubisky and we'll.
"shinawatra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The fact that he's earned it by the way he cracked the book by more about that as we go there to talk to them but you know he would very aggressive in the preseason for sure and i think we're seeing with orbiter guys like shinawatra a lot of these guys come in through nfl football ready to go you were talking about patrick mahomes if you're watching him practice happen through alex after all started not play as well as the afghan based on what i've seen what the can't chief people say i mean level could step in and performed at a very high level right now to really fascinating dynamic that you have there because they have smith is playing so well and they could make a deeper on this year and still might consider making a quarterback change at the game next week is the vikings in the bears it'll be the debut of mitchell chavez game we'll see sean mcdonough and company there thank you sean thank you guys have a great day now sean mcdonough whether it's again monday night football and again i'm always fascinated by that 'cause i got i believe you know they are discouraged from talking about the point spread i think that's a loosening up a lot of and there was a time when we couldn't attached team names even in conversation and mike and mike we couldn't attach team names wasserman osama langer's per saw that goes for the longest time they wanted to the to keep the separation of church and state and because gambling is the single biggest threat to the to the mortality of these sports right i mean that gambling is a threat to the integrity internally at least of the sport but look they're putting a team in las vegas pair they want already there it's a big part of our so we're just is what it is i mean the reality is a a lot of people we're extremely last night that last play changed a lot of people's night riding again it if you're a fan of the cheese if you're a fan of washington then then you cared who made it with the made the kicker not if you were most other people you are a lot more concerned with that last scoop would score.
"shinawatra" Discussed on WJR 760
"Very delicate this and i'm not doing it to dance around it or to be pc and rhody because i really mean this emotionally inter jimmy kimmel less is it almost he's a pretty popular late night brady tv show host he does at that show the difficult jimmy kimmel shinawatra show so it doesn't really matter but you know jimmy kimmel's kimmel's got a big audience came out last night again started bashing this gop obamacare replace bill which out folks i think it's got a ton of flaws i think it's better than what we have next can't get any worse but i really wish we did something like i don't have time to go into the nuances that the bill but let me just say this it's not would kimmel said last night now kimmel to be to be fair and i i tweeted this out today in the tweet one nuclear sky two thousand retreats ready said a jimmy kimmel i get it they your his kid is going through a really really horrible thing is newborn had some kind of congenital heart condition a horrible story and i totally sympathise with and a lot of people so while you know these she's taking a political stance it's open season that it's not the guys kid is is is very sick and i get it that he's emotionally embedded in this healthcare topic but he's using a big platform his show to say things on the show that again you have all my sympathies with your with your child but they're just not true he's basically making the point that this doesn't pass the kimmel pass this gop replacer bill and the cable tisby will take insurance away from people need and i tweeted to him.
"shinawatra" Discussed on KOIL
"Not doing it to dance around or to be pc i'm doing it because i i really mean this emotionally a jimmy kimmel lesson is that you know most genome is a pretty popular latenight radio tv show host he does at that show with a difficult jimmy kimmel shinawatra show so doesn't really matter but you know jimmy kimmel's kills got a big audience came out last night again inserted bashing these gop will buy mckay replace bill which folks i i think it's got a ton of flaws i think it's better than what we have next can't get any worse but i really wish we did something i don't have time to go into the nuances of the bill but let me just say this it's not would kimmel said last night now kimmel to be to be fair and i tweeted this out that aim to tweet one nuclear sky 2003 tweets ready said a jimmy kimmel i get it they eat your his kid is going through a really really horrible thing is newborn had some kind of congenital heart conditions a horrible story and i totally sympathise with and a lot of people so you know these she's taking a political stance it's open season that it's not the guys kid is is is very sick and i get it that he's emotionally embedded in this healthcare topic but he's using a big platform his show to say things on the show that again you have all my sympathies with your with your child but they're just not true he's basically making the point that this doesn't pass the kimmel task this gop replace ago and it came up this people take insurance away from people who need it and i tweeted to him i didn't put his handle in there but i tweeted too much of what about all the people who don't have access to.
"shinawatra" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You're talking about the pennant race update dodgers won their game eighty seven thirty four so other nra's gave her report anc easily garrelts socks four to three in the top of the eighth at fenway park lee thank you sir five games back at boston in the american league east lead that win there is bobble shinawatra leadoff against i cough and they look to the curveball of benzene therefore called strike twins lead the diamondbacks five do nothing of the last of the fifth inning in minneapolis in the toyota scoreboard as the ball too high one born in one strike here's the pitch pablo swing at us soaring pop up foul off to the right of the play coming over his rob andy does not have a chance to go get a drops in bleak camera well near the philly's ondeck circle shown out of his reach and the cat is wanted to the brewers you come here monday as we said are playing in colorado and they have a three two one lead over the rockies in the last half of the fourth inning travis shaw homerun for milwaukee's got twenty seven home runs this year or pablo swings of mrs bush low curveball down in the way strike three second strikeout ikea pablo came into the game hitting two thirty three for the giants ten hitch 43 advance nikko branded crawford profited triples were extremely well last night a home rundle left center right near the three and he to sign an he won hop the centerfield wall well to the right of straightaway center near the bleachers are out there he takes very high for one padres lead the nationals twonothing job of the thirty in san diego cubs beat the blue jays earlier today wrigley field four to three now called strike to crawford for the pirates beat the cardinals 64 in the national exempt will the cubs began the day with a one and a half the lead over the cardoso that's two and a half now crawford swing and it's all high fly water right way back perkins nycomed zillow bit waiting for it and he reaches up to one and it number two we should stay tuned it during our post game highlight segment where we will announce the call of the game for today's game if he you know what it is tomorrow you could win.
"shinawatra" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Five five two one two four two seven that's eight five five two one two four two two seven i saw friend of the show kevin kugler tweeting about how this is his first nfl preseason game he did the westwood one playbyplay of the panthers and the texans it kept him from being miserable about the cubs losing yet again but yet that's how you know it here actual play by play were getting it and fellow for kevin and shoot africa who is working with give me a second hour member but that was the first westwood one a preseason game for kevin so really cool we're getting closer and closer feels like were inching toward the start of the season but worried that the month the guy his book ohi kevin we know there are far more impressive and pertinent calls that you've made all the off vote was the most at sudden up in the night but that the one that got you into the after hours hall of filet sean is listening at anchorage sean welcome to after hour cbs sports radio whoa hello emme is that a question i'm sorry to lose that area no i'm here are you there hi amy here there oh my gosh this this such good radio yes sir i'm here i'm sorry for summary army going third spot here yeah i agree with you i think you know to shinawatra his heart or polish brisket got an outside there's no reason to wear and should cargo on all him hurried arm and all that but alex smith is entrenched starter and that there is gonna is going to ticket fireman uh make sure that he understands the offense than his shot wide from watched just a couple of plays but i mean why should understand so uh i think it's gonna be like our russell wilson you know he's got but maturity cut the way you drinking showed played it make things happen that the other two quarterbacks are just going to be like uh out over what did you say there's no reason.
"shinawatra" Discussed on WTMA
"The to its overnight you can't y if if we know what was going to happen if if if we in it's worse than it's worse than that because what's happening in california is i called the insurance commissioner and basically shed you know you know you basically shinawatra saying that these guys are doing things now in the insurance industry that they shouldn't be doing as far as outrageous increases and they said yes we did and i said well they came back and said so what we're gonna do many way or they leave the insurance commissioner basically well well billion shirts commissioner basically told me that there is nothing that they can do nothing insurance no date could say no that's unacceptable on the insurance company says fine were leaving no the insurance company can still do the rate increase and not leave that was i talked to the insurance commissioner about this i used to be an insurance i know what i'm getting out here that most people don't even realize is all the power in the state of california where it's basically called the california care uh or covered california whenever uh all the power in the state of california now is with the maybe it may maybe that's a maybe that's a california rule because otherwise no insurance companies could leave if they could have the most expensive policies why would they leave why would they leave the exchanges well here's what's happening you'll you'll you'll have grow up from what i know they they have to go because they approach the federal government and they tell them we're going to increase it and they either say yes you can or no you can't you're you're talking about obamacare i'm talking about all the individual people but did not take obamacare and stayed on their old pounds and state almost grandfather policies that aren't on obamacare plans like myself i have an individual wa hall okay okay i thought you're not talking about a bombing they're no all right in other words and make it assembling cousin yeah what they're doing because it deals for obamacare is they're trying to get all the people that didn't take obamacare and forced them over into obamacare and.
"shinawatra" Discussed on KOIL
"Uh you know the internet's wonderful for advertising and make it sound like it's easy but it's not it's not an easy process and you need a train shinawatra through it so fiu out there looking for looking for your house and you're trying to figure out how you're going to get your loan take it from a outside uninterested third party get it from a local mortgage lender and there's than better than the private mortgage group y'all double up on that it it's it's kind of crazy having been through the experience many times were a dear to before closing and we call the remote lender located maybe on the east coast me me on the west coast bottom line is they have no interest really in what's going on in omaha nebraska and as jack is it kind of a properly mentioned couple times hey you know you might you might see jack the grocery store you know in we're we live together we live with each other here in town in in so we eat these relationships are important to us in so that local touch is really something that's a you know just so valuable to all of our clients i know that uh when we've been through it they can't say more blowing remarks than what they give the the private mortgage group in the process by which you know the it all happens they get the money there on time they will close on time the logistics of having movers lined up in people moving out of house into a house a happened with a spouse to um you know again it's it's a well oil machine that we're happy to recommend the private mortgage group jack thanks so much anything else she can add i mean you want to give us any predictions on interest rates you're the next couple of months or the rest of the year you know i had my hero or catholicrun never highest fired a quarter by the end of the year early back there are bad i think you know we're going to stay below or how or where i will be i think we kurt krenn up back high if the next author so but i ate the fourth quarters of growing naturally our economy uh uttered in retail fail holidays everything that ensure and i think what we're gonna fit is we're going to enter.
"shinawatra" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"We wanna make conscious choices about being clear with ourselves and our loved ones about our ambition professionally knowing that you don't have to be super crazy ambitious you don't have to want to travel the time for you don't have to want to seek out a high paying job but if you do maybe don't suppress that desire especially while you're in the dating market as an accounting for the unconscious habit that has now been proven that women tend to shinawatra a from being clear about their ambition professionally around single roman like is that a thing that you are experiencing if you're not in the dating pool of your not looking to get married if you're not attracting a male partner like i dunno tv deal like i would love more research on this i think the researchers actually ended that study by saying we need to test jail inhibiting factors when to test on how women can deal with us and we also need men to check that unconscious bias against ambitious women like we need you to be down with ambitious women and be down with what actually comes with ambitious women or at the very least don't have that cognitive dissonance between that you want what you actually totally dislike i mean i i keep saying was like show up as your authentic selfrule like if you if you just kerry it is scary and it's in a chat we have to sort of like what you were saying at the beginning of the show of on learning my challenging yourself to unlearn being demere about your accomplishment i think we all have to like agree challenge ourselves to show up the way that we need to make to make this make this thing work because the people that become on attracted to you when you're being your unapologetically ambitious self are people that you would rather weed out yeah you don't want that you don't need people in her thigh.