17 Burst results for "Shipu"

"shipu" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"A morning meeting. Boston narrow radio John's APPA Chetty Hillary Shipu are joining me as well. We've been talking about a few things we were speaking to turn General Maher healing about this lawsuit class class action lawsuits. Civil suit. That's been signed onto by several attorneys general more than forty going after big generic pharmaceutical companies for price fixing in collusion. And if you read it in today's herald the or yesterday's herald, there's some today's aditorial some details of the situation, it is indeed disturbing just the the communications between the principles in the in the drug companies in to to say, hey, let's not compete with each other. Let's work together to this price. This way this price that way. Attorney right. Exactly the opposite of what the free market is four. And it's something that just degrades. People's trust in in pharmaceutical companies. It's price-gouging exactly what it is. I mean, if we. If the three of us own the restaurants in each on, the only three restaurants in the city, and we got together and said, we live in this kind of deserted place, where we're the only three places people can go for miles and all of a sudden snowstorm and everybody wants to. Eat soup, and we just get together and say, you know, what we're going to start charging twenty bucks for every bowl of soup and people want they have no choice, but to come to one of our three restaurants price-gouging. Sometimes I look at the prices if NY park and think it's price-gouging, right? When you paying five twenty five from bottle of Poland springs water is somewhat price gouging. But and you can't really bring anything from the outside into the park. But that is kind of crazy, isn't it? Times where I'm trying to figure out like, okay? What is the the invisible hand here in what's price-gouging? What is sort of just letting capitalism tickets? To course, listen things are only worth what somebody is willing for them. If people really like that soup then by God. Why wouldn't you increase the amount or the cost drop said soup? But yeah, I suppose it's a different thing. If if you are in agreement with other businesses, you're selling the same right at high soup is an essential. These medicines are. To take them. But yeah, exactly I mean going to a movie theater, you go into a movie theater and you get a soda popcorn. And it's seen bucks, and you go to break a window. And that is definitely kind of highway robbery. But but definitely was necessary. Commodities like gasoline. Right. And you're right. Like, you know in medication. Exactly, right. Then that's definitely the malicious the malicious side of this. I mean mentioned poor old people or anyone that's living on a fixed income and they have to make a decision whether to get medicine or whether they eat, right. Not really a good way to live. And I think we're a bit more advanced than that in this country that that shouldn't be the case, especially when you're talking about even like say young children, and sometimes young kids are on medication. That's wildly expensive. But it's essential for them. And now the parents have that burden to go along with everything else that takes to raise a child. It's it's just crazy. And hopefully, attorney general Maura Healey will do what she normally does which is. A really good job of going after this, right? Every pens are few hundred bucks. Right. And was the thing that allows your kid breathing him. If they're having a reaction. I mean, what started all this or no? I mean, certainly, I know that it was. Absolutely something that outraged. A lot of politicians kicked off a lot of sort of frustration with with that sort of thing that was a huge high profile thing. And I think was at the one that Martin's Garelli Shelly was part of that guy. Right. The punk, dude. Because that company has it's not the drug. It's the applicator that that's copy written. So that company owns the copyright for that application thing that you smack into your leg. In the same way. You know, they're they're company that owns the not camping, but knocking folks have at least been. Have been working with municipalities? I mean, they know what's what's the I guess I was reading a story last week to just in terms of what people which is they have to make a story about this. You know, this mom who was laid off from her job. And her husband was providing the insurance for the family, but it didn't have full coverage and their child was ill and make a decision whether to bring the child to the emergency room because they'd gone to the emergency room before. And they had an outstanding Bill. They literally took the child to the hospital waited in the parking lot until she got better. And then decided to go back home. It just like choices like that. How do you make that choice walk into the hospital, and they're not gonna service you because you have an outstanding Bill. I mean, I think that people that work at hospitals, the hospitals there to save lives. That's the most important thing. It's like even the crazy stories you hear that, you know, some small towns municipal pal. Luckily, not Massachusetts. You know, if you if you're overdoing your taxes, you real estate taxes, they won't put a fire out because you all the money. I mean, come on. Stories like that. So those are all the choices. But then again, you know, doctors maybe are a little bit too free with the pen when the giving out prescriptions now people get used to those prescriptions. Need them to live, and then the prices continue to skyrocket. It's it's it's just really really cynical. Totally totally. Yeah. And it is one of those situations where people look and say, you know, we're better country to be doing this families already getting go broke, you know, somebody's have cancer which already is torture enough to send out destroys human and create stress between siblings and universe of f-. If if I would suggest to stay away from cancer experiences, if you can yes general if you have an ability to avoid I can't see yourself for anybody nearest to you. You I would have condition. It's a lot easier to deal with much more sudden if it does catch a heart attack on the fifth hole, and that's the way everyone wants to go, right? That wake up the next morning. I guess it's less on the family and less on their pocketbook. Although that, you know, losing someone suddenly can't be easy to deal with either losing for life is have you noticed that? Yes. She's it's tough. Of course. We just spent the first hour talking about how the first half life is an aide whole as well. Yes. We're all kind of in the middle. Hopefully, so certainly I found that twenties and thirties were blast. There was certain certain glimpses of lifetime lines. That were a hoot. I found your mid twenties have to be the best time. I mean. Yeah, you're working to Lenny have as many responsibilities. You know, you kind of get your act together. Yeah. A little bit. Then you know, after you get married this, obviously, more responsibilities. I wouldn't know. I'm not married. I'm still living in my mid twenties. I don't have any response because you know, what regardless even if you don't have kids or whatever or even mortgage, or whatever you still are not excited about doing the things you're excited after right, right? And there's just different way you approach things. Yeah. And as you get older too because I just turned fifty six last month. And you know, you just don't have the energy that you had when you're like half the age. Yeah. Twenty eight it was like, yeah. Let's do this. Let's do this. Let's do that. Now, it's more like you've got a plan that a little bit because you don't really feel up to it and turned into that you turn into your dad at some point or you turn into imam at some point. And after we make fun of them all those years, you just like them. But yet it's mid twenties. I would say probably the best time that you have because. Just so good. Yeah. Rosie says f wa by law, regardless if payment can be made a hospital has to see a patient if the situation this was in now, this was in Texas. So I don't know if the law. Is also in Texas the same as it is here. That the store I was reading about people that were in Texas, and she her daughter had some sort of seizure, and they applied what they needed to apply at home, which could be risky. It makes more sense to go to the emergency room to apply whatever the medicine is. And so, you know, d really want people at home administering things that you're supposed to administer in an emergency room. Like, you know, I mean, it's one thing if you wanna cut your own hair, you can kind of fix that later on. But the really need someone doing something that doctors, and nurses or nurse practitioners a supposed to do. But this was in Texas. I don't know what the law is there. All right. Well, a few different things. First of all, we are getting closer and closer. We're already sort of there. But it's getting better better with with every sort of new development. But this is. Political high season for people like Tom Shaddock? Because of course, he gets to just sit and watch sit back and watch as Democratic's Democrats, go after each other. And I don't know if you have Christian the AFC cut, but AFC's decided the Biden today is a big stupid jerk head because of his climate change stance. And this is a sort of thing that makes Republicans especially those who don't want to pay money to build a new stool school because they're just going to teach climate change make some very happy because there's infighting amongst the Democrats. Let's listen to a OC and Biden whole thing so often, you know, when folks particularly conservatives on both sides of the aisle..

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"shipu" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Like, for instance, there's a company called Shipu which seeing some pretty eye-popping numbers on their growth week over week double digit growth of basically in in short, they help ecommerce companies manage their shipping and returns, reverse logistics, processes and. What is going on here? And we kind of through that lens realized, you know, the platform of shopper fi and the whole market for midmarket ecommerce players and the whole lack of infrastructure for them, and it was very eye-opening process and through that realized while there's like a whole like going back to the help product. It leaves the port in that whole thing with like our investment inflex poured which earlier you're talking about like, you guys seem to have a bias for four or preference for like crazy, you know, sounding things, and I was like well actually be like boring things to flex port until later on was really boring, you know, of a sounding company, but that's cool. And Ryan has acknowledged that as well. Like, it's that their whole thing is like Toronto, make logistics sexy rate and exciting. So they're literally just in chart software that helps move stuff around import data, plus, you know, freight, forwarding logistics, air ocean. And this goes all the way, I mean, like embarked trucks, for example, where we were a believe their first or one of their first investors at the time like when? It was sort of what was very popular maybe like five years ago. It was about like self driving trucks. Right and sorry self-driving cars, I should say. But what's interesting about self driving trucks is the bulk of the trip in the value of the trip happens on a pretty linear route like the freeways highways on pretty predictable patterns like highway traffic is a lot easier to navigate than city traffic in a strange way. There was all this focus on the hardest. Possible problem at the earliest stages of technology when in fact, the lower hanging fruit with like a very real tangible value there in I mean, even societally the trucking industry is one of the number one job in the US. Right. Yeah. Like it. It's one of the most interest jobs. Also is what I was gonna say it the fatality rate is actually like really high. And so from Seidel standpoint, there's something to be said for like, there are certain jobs that humans are currently executing that, you know, maybe they shouldn't be announcing. I'm not I'm not saying there's not a room for very skilled truck drivers to continue doing their thing. In fact, with embark, it's enable. The focus on that skill set. So once the truck reaches the city, a human driver takes over because technology is absolutely not there today to enable that drive eighteen Wheeler on a city. Right. So that's that's a human job currently in even riffing off of that idea of like boring sounding, but actually like really great companies on gecko, robotics is another one that comes to mind where people may not realize this. But like the power that lights are lights and Howard's our gadgets and stuff that comes from our plants, obviously and inside of every power plant that like say is like a gas or coal power plant, yours boilers that once a year have to be shut down and people put up scaffolding and climb them and inspect the walls by hand. And this is both very expensive and very dangerous again people die every year from doing that and company was like, hey, we're gonna make like little robots that climb the walls of his thing. So people don't have to like setup multi-storey scaffolding and risk their lives. And so we don't have to like literally shut down the entire power plant for like a week. To do this inspections. And so. You know, I these are boring seeming, but actually very exciting opportunities as well. So talk a little bit about another category. That I found interesting was chipping electric design so with chip and electronic design. It's funny because I I keep referencing pendulum shifting that is certainly been like this pendulum swinging. That's happened in in that field. It's well, and so my personal lens into this came actually as a consequence of being very close to some of the cutting edge blockchain compute initiatives that have been happening..

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"shipu" Discussed on a16z

a16z

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on a16z

"See i companies like shipu striking twi leo etc and then you have partner api's whether opened up to limited set of submariners in fact on a recent podcast we had righetti and they're actually trying to offer quantum computing through api is essentially then you have the third category which is the internal so team two team employs only within the organization is that only in big companies i would say you know todd usually start mona leading by building quickly vertically and then has that product market fee and they skill two dozen hundreds of engineer than the breakdown leading in the search trek a lot of internal mitrovic zippy api's and don't talk to each other internally it's funny you say that because when you talk about the vision of a company going from monolithic to break unimak wha services as sort of this of the company reminds me of happened at netflix which is where services really originated and in that sense the most i opening thing for me we did a podcast with adrian craft is that you think of each micro service with its own api as its own little mini business unit that a developer literally owns soup to nuts without having to worry about this big organizational tetris game of where you fit organizationally like you're gonna sensually modular is your business and do more interesting things specialize or whatever it is in different ways as a result of having what is like breaking down legals right and the for example company like stride there have obviously public is buddy in china altitude every every business every services kind of like he's later running their own micro services right on an enterprise level ninety nine point nine they're still monolithic so it's more ten years transition there will see and netflix state it will happen to cook a call out to mcdonald's so is there's a lot of value to.

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"shipu" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Listen this guy's got three point one okay and your your best year ever uh best years recent years um and that would be probably two hundred thousand close to two hundred thousand maybe 175 more average average over the life of my uh fishing guy career here in the keys was more like fifty to seventy five thousand dollars combined with my spouse as a flight attendant rocca cool and so you beneficient guide and she's been a flight attendant die your forty degrees uh we do uh yes yes you're okay what's your degree uh geology has nothing to do with being a fishing guys i love it and what was your gpa is a geologist all of the solid twopoint time not not argue about it all right and how much of the three point one million in debt is our in in net worth is there because you used debt to become wealthy whale unfortunately dave i spent at first uh thirty years after i first heard your radio shipu uh oon the dion light program um yeah which by the way doesn't work it could well you know what sort of work but not really as well they call it allows who thousand that's right so i did use uh mortgage that you know to to obtain some of that real estate the dodge that works to play at all serega okay kuwait we rented it out you know made renttoincome within painted off over over at the time jobs they did you and your wife you all to really dipping yeah absolutely uh we we can now and we do a monthly through my brokers charitable foundation with every or sale.

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"shipu" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on KGO 810

"Well as nikki and heather and missing chung jared it'll jerry hey i bacilli there was a um town hall last night in the first i heard about it was a nikki telling me during the show that there it was not a good move even though rubio went there he's pat managed to pissed off both the left and the right uh yeah i would i do you think i commend him for young deal if you're probably got rid of thunder in the last year and a half the trump and elected we see these people wanting to go to their own town halls the fact that rubio came out there you know i mean look i wouldn't vote for the guy but i don't think he's a bad guy you know and and i think that uh this is this whether it was his hope it's amazing so i i i did this week saw inside shipu which is a thing i put on inside the beltway dot com and i talked a little bit about it listen up there's nothing funny about gun violence there is no garden fired but that doesn't mean it's not without irony it's not the weapons it had of weapons had nothing to do with it the nra likes to say guns don't kill people that people kill people but that's like saying a penis won't get your pregnant sex dust so sorry now the nra what have you think the second amendment was written to protect the guns like the ar fifteen there is no guns this is james madison when he wrote the second amendment this is what a gun look like this is an ar fifteen the great for honey if you're like that is hunter of all time do you believe it should be harder to obtain a semiautomatic weapon bought ignoring these kids the shooter at our school obtained weapons that he used on us trump's response is to arm teachers seriously you ever met a high school teacher has had to deal with teenagers five days.

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"shipu" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"While yet very good season do we care about the at how about this i've against the largest read year the nl okay thank you because there are know beginning people around it off all the nl enough now that i in the nfl it's paul gold shrivel the diamondbacks once again giancarlo stand and joey votto the red who are out there you go one of those teams red john i was gonna say that's not exactly an exemplary group of teams that have the candidates therefore the national league most valuable player i do believe paul goldsmith diamondbacks were the alone playoff representative of the bus which makes me think did they it's either goldschmidt or stanton gold terrific new year's eve put a good numbers on a good team it stand because he went on an unbelievable run where he ended up did get to sixty i don't remember benazir bhutto they're gonna give it of auto because really because almost like the citizen shipu award here i mean you look at those three guys and while they all had very good seasons and it does not a shot at either goldschmidt or stanton but joey votto oz very well liked within major league baseball he had that incident i shouldn't say incident that surround where earlier this year i do believe he basically gave every piece of clothing he owns two they are a young fans sitting behind home plate very humanitarian of him so i think when push comes to shove there they'll air on the side of humanity rather than mystics so i would say give it to joey votto why not hollow alternates probably the most deserving of though i can argue really with them any of them getting it yeah vodno hit three twenty metal work thirty six bombs 100 rabies and walked off 100 in thirty four time very fundamentally sound joseph of auto the.

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"shipu" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

93.3 WMMR

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

"And that you're traffic on ninety three wm our text them here's an airport ramadas record shipu i like it in and word record doesn't get used anymore so at the gets school fight uh what are we doing a redoing we're knowing nothing by talking about topics of the day i thought we were doing bizarre foul i'm sorry i had done you know what i had everything ready for that so i apologise outside the box i'm going to switch gears now and we're gonna talk about bananas it's a big friday topic at the top of might stop fair so jerry not one officer you know i've tried to do and the suck at it it it sounds like it sounds like a raccoon being killed or the shuttle yeah what i tried to do is take the press than tip of peeling it from the other end and i shall we would all the time i can't bring that myself to do and i demonstrate what he's talking about your a creature of hab i guess so but yes steve instead of taking their by the long stem you just do it and it you pinch pinch it if the bottom is how the mobile well that's why jays loves it that's how we feel are bananas now because that's how the animal rise and so the very same creatures that fling their approve at each other there are also but it's a much more efficient way to peel it because sometimes that stem part will break off yeah you just get a sliver come and then he got a dig your nails into it and you got had for it doesn't break even in the banana can fall apart this doesn't break the banana appeals perfect every time you just said it and forget as i did short term arches real rumpold peel peel banana peel link at all make center now we are met we might be running outta bananas what's wa the elliott ha factory no the washington post reports a banana attacking fungus which is called foods area foods area yeah that's where the animal the three stooges stuff no that the stooge area okay uh but it's a cousin to our jansher note for his area wilt is what is called.

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"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And orange county upper 70s to mid '80s in the valleys in the eye e right now seventy two emission dna how it 73 in orange 73 in baldwin park and 72 in canoga park we lead local from kfi's 24hour newsroom i'm debra mark johny pitcher junko belgian shipu kfi am 640 while we're pretty certain that i will along and takes it could be days they're going to lay out the motive here binds steven paddock shooting rampage in las vegas from that swedish mainly baked if you wanna see is dead head where i mean we're warning you we do have a link to the national enquirer graphic photo of paddock dead inside the mentally base sweet sceptre apparently he did shoot himself somebody who works for one of the law enforcement agencies on the case in las vegas sold the photos to the national enquirer can you believe that and there's a sweet all over the pull the daily mail has it too but they have like they only show his legs lyonnaise rose head no national car would for the head and it's really really bloody gruesome as you'd expect if you battalions they are some sort of casino hostess the now think that's how they met the la times seekers obviously he was running in big sur somebody described him perfectly if you understand gambling he's the tail end of the big fish in other words are really really big high rollers had come to vegas he's guys are probably billionaires right and they spend but he's considered in in that group but he's at the tail end bright high roll here oh well the only time has this little vignette the workers behind the counter at the starbucks inside the version river casino in mosquito winced whatever steven paddock and his girlfriend mary lou dan lead wind up further usual beverages because paddock had a nasty habit of berated ganley in public it happened the what said esperanza mendoza supervisor of the starbucks the order was always the same he'd get a venting moshe cappuccino got what mocha i'll not both j i don't speak coffee i don't event team boca cappuccino and she got a medium caramel mucchio supervisor of the starbucks the order was always the same he'd get a venting moshe cappuccino and long got what a mocha eggs under the eyes daily was much shorter than patrick stood elbow high the.

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"shipu" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on KKAT

"The charming red white and blue porcupine which has been adopted by some libertarian votes as their emblem but you know some of the some of the shirts that are really liked my rights don't end where you're feelings begin and the idea that speech is violence is just ridiculous that's been the great philosophers of mankind it's been a hell of a lot of time and energy on that very question and then the supreme court his spend a tremendous amount of time and energy on that very question and you were wrong your overwhelming only undeniably not even close to being right wrong at what age are we no longer young well the depressing answer these researchers came up with his thirty five according to a study from the university of kitten england it suggests that the mid thirties has the time in our lives win family pressures and fun financial responsibilities combined to cause problems at work and at home you know what that's that's pretty good number i was young i was thinking of physically that certainly about you know if you just look a pro athlete that's about three point you'd certainly say yang anymore 35 yeah you're you're an old man in professional sports but in terms of you look at somebody in nature still don't have their act together that is about pa dry yeah john kelly will eventually unmanned that you're thinking what the hell is that that's i like that as a test mostly because as judgmental your news i've marshall flip arab strong getty shipu the voice of west ham right not not young does it mean all right you're not yang right so listen doesn't matter if you're a republican or democrat you may enjoy it more as a republican blood the senator robert menendez trial is on and what he's been accused of is is disgusting it's ridiculous it's it's on cool end it's hilarious stay with us for a look at the mmd liz trial among others now oh speaking of her prominent hispanic legislators poverty air the sarah california's new attorney general caught up in a in a capitol hill pro but it has been accused of veal and dirty really dirty will see we can squeeze that into nerdy naga well he had the produces servers part of the.

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"shipu" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Donald trump tweets martin john keith striding out this chris april morning to write his new party whose words with us was whether you probably was was resort yes enriches us very quickly bridge aaron keith seem you think there was a moment in the final act of mother that was absolutely lots of bryan we is not the messiah stuff messiah is this a spoiler none of them anyway correct junkie okay well done by those words i now declare officially old him so what fruit with ripeness to the core will you plucked from our dvd of the week oh shit what's all in good of movie goodness will marches john watts about raising dudes goods zoom yes which weighty and needy and pulsing and sweating with desire have you ever considered a career in audio books slightly so see erotic audio book she thanked persons of a certain age do you think a small amount might suggest idea my next one not african will john watson says there are two genuine masterworks getting released on blu ray the first is it leaked liu cheerful ching liu shipu chea seminal rural geology torture the duckling don't torture duckling from hundred seventy to one of the best films from 1970s italy the second is mary above his brilliant hara jelio kill baby killed and curse of the dead 1966 showcases yet again power superb use of color to create morbid atmosphere murray low the and not enough full chiam wintertime it for my liking so let's enjoyed don't torture duckling pole dougherty possibility we all know mark was going to need a little bit of shock treatment gimme gimme shock treatment to get him jumping like a real livewire will of course pick the newly restored blu ray release of richard o'brien's criminal underrated equal not sequel to rocky her picture doesn't pick this than his name isn't perch birch next leg.

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"shipu" Discussed on KELO

KELO

03:07 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on KELO

"Of course of course we we need to keep it in our borders and oregon with anybody wants to kill me and it's sick irna monitor or venezuela also recalled sanders walea i like it right that mr producer and we're going to give mark from livermore main they credit sanders well i like it all right bob long island new york the great wabc go mark on hearing on economist from the so called media regarding warming ocean regarding how epidemic warming causes of war you must be denier but go ahead eric sawyer eight alarmism becker hundred climate science after her cornell and atmosphere get the straight yuban an advance degree in atmospheric science from cornell so you a little bit more qualified than everybody else who comments on this on tv and radio go right ahead our political factor bought tickets but my point nary a lot about how a global warming is causing the oceans to war now that's causing all the store a garner so four shipu factor interactive the amateur neotia thirty five hundred times the the atmosphere was virtually meetings i wanted to agree thirty five hundred years of the ocean by degree so can we just down because of the massive density or the ocean as your point occur you're going to fish cortana klay you're rude feminine grave marker in a cup of water you'll see how much more quickly in the water does on the on the clay expert damage here but the point two five hundred years for the out pretty atmosphere ramming one degree to raise the ocean temperatures by a half to agree so kind of arithmetic one debatable one degree of warming of the atmosphere over the cap buttered years two years so basically you're blaming the romans i'm pointing out now you're basically blaming the romans after all that exhaust from those chariots pulled the methane from their horses well what what for the time day industrial revolution called an ira wonder of warming and the 100 years.

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"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In the i e right now 73 in los alamitos at 75 in seal beach 76 and carson and to eighty in calabasas we lead local from kfi's 24hour newsroom i'm debra mark mitchell can't show john and ken shipu kfi am 640 welcome everybody welcome ah while i was aware friday night that some sort of white nationalist group was getting together virginia they've done something at the university of virginia got attention and of course saturday is when all hell broke loose with this rally this march for this crazy guy who drove his car over the crowd killing one wounding dozens sort of talked with abc news is ryan burrow he is in charlottesville virginia as a story keeps unfolding ryan houria armed i'm doing all right here kuwait if we've got an and just go after hour so first of all nine people remain hospitalized but all in good condition after that car slammed into the group of people i dunno you've at a camp to watch that video very difficult to watch um but the government it was involved in that uh leak the suspect involved in that one uh seems to be uh someone who looking at as though it uh i'm sorry it it worked through toby ah the person would remain in jail and uh he appears to have some kind of background with neonazi backgrounder picket kate background to the pathetic to hitler uh according to some people when he remains behind bars though without aren't right now yeah all the way back to early high school this is james fields he was a twenty years old of nazi ism grew up in kentucky the family moved to ohio which is where he was apparently employed is like a security guard or something like that isn't seemed like you had much of a life going on the agriculture you're only make covering fifty dollars a month early brokerage could not afford to get it on private attorney and stakes are getting a public defender are who couldn't be a public defender here in charlotte though because the public defender apparently the rocard who was involved in the demonstration grip open fell out of contention so they're good work i'm a lurked in the find him from one out so is.

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"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Our community college students or our law students why not lift them off why not keep the bar where it is and put more effort into getting them their gary shannon's more horn if i am 640 more stimulating john and ken show john kobelke shipu kfi am 640 we've got a goodie right after the 5 o'clock news we are hannity we have we hit brand new audio believe it or not to of the big political targets on the john and ken show now for weeks have been la city councilman mike ben idea bannon and state senator josh newman whose under recall effort they actually got together at a political barbecue over the weekend and talked about let us our efforts against them our audience we have three clips to play of the two of them talking you will love it i haven't heard this i only have the outline of what they're saying so go all the new for un die bobby surprise together here yes than apparently in one clip mike ponding actually talks about his lien reduction policies and the anger directed towards him yeah untaes fantastic also we should mention after we play the clips a at least briefly that s someone figure it out the false the test expect might bond and is pushing how they determined which areas would have the lanes ripped out yet on based on traffic deaths and injuries well well they came up with a fake distorted formula in order to justify replacing carling's with bike lanes so little let the categories are your die inside a car you're injured inside a car a car crash era pedestrian your bicyclist who do you think one that one yeah a bicyclist in terms of being greeted the mall most and other study a bicyclists getting hurt is considered three times worse than a driver getting killed think about the ccording to a points system that they created in order to justify replacing driving lanes with bike lanes so which what we toy hold you yesterday don't believe their statistics or their data it's fake it's falsified its propaganda that's what we're dealing with fight this news from the trump administration and a crackdown on.

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"shipu" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Who is go to fill that role in fulltime thank you can buy based hey johnnic sandra threat is the what are you know about eu said ryan's creeper and steve bannon did not know about that beforehand based on ads nino if they've been added get while use license ago the white house press briefing room from the porters are clamoring in the rear of the white house press briefing room i guess will be the state's last of the white house press briefing room and it looks like they're listening to somebody or recording conversation back there looks like it's almost like a gaggle back their little here any anybody talking as yet i just never seen i've lost a lot of these things on tv and on in gotten the city on on occurred the cable seed and this is a little bit of the different looks who knows obviously you know there's a lot happening in that particular department today and you know who knows maybe they're glad handing back their insurance will jump out of the stars i do want to have some fun here instance beautiful day the city's is alive with the with activity um years lawn on the score just as all the the whole area this whole lawn as a just great away sisters beautiful people everywhere join the swing playing corn holden's jiang done everything else here there's a great band on right now and people drinking fears does the having a great time times really comfortable i'm here for a little out because the music is a is a cpa through the bandits salsa dan's a salsa and smothers sense it's really nice but anyway i wanna have some fun from ma 1999 a great great headline boston herald headlined maybe the most the you know other mind lever my couple others to the most iconic of front pages boston herald ever was a picture of a fool's crews and a woman directly addressing the camera in slashing the flashy me photographer in the story of this picture is something that hillary shipu talked about on her show animal house which is a shown apart five it's just go to the herald the 1978 iata and hillary is hillary talked to joe bat insult whose bear who's.

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"shipu" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"People graduated nineteen seventy seven from st paul parochial scott from eighth grade got so to all the different parochial school so i just have to give a shout out because i'm not good at facebook forensics her i'm not good at facebook period i cannot find a lot of people are not on facebook of that a lot of people are not so bear with me because today in i'm just going to mention names and if anyone knows where these people are please send us a note though we've got private detective private detective airways i'm looking for tammy gillette piggy mcfarland ellen roseberry linda gergen mary joe should pull tomorrow i'll add to the list at her name is what shook who mary joe shipu kit wit gradin our annual she's she was great i haven't seen these people and so long so i'm just those are the names if anyone knows that operate in then they might know people and we can continue i did find someone today yeah know exxon one percent get one person ended a fewer class president or israel involved you are expected to be like a facebook forensic larry arnn on facebook or or on on instagram or they've got a different way the third name is it's horrible annual it's very hard i spent a lot of time on it and got i got one person at least on that so that was good so anyway if anyone did you know that class nineteen 77 graduating class there's something happening you can semyonov i'll let you know all about okay i have just surprising delight you with this new so julian i are go to this big las vegas music festival in september i'm away and they just announced the line of marine omega you are you will go he just put in every case regressive letter tickets uh here's who is going to be there okay emily cyrus get to hear her saying malibu all i'm so excited harry style as it will play like they play like greece usoc's let's per we saw my lee sarah's with billy joya idle last him over there who billy joel no billy idol adult yep youth the denver but our she just saying that one wrong with him right i'm so excited i.

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"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"85 eight eight eight three one nine 85 85 kfi market report the dow closed the day down eight points the nasdaq was up two sp 500 was flat gold is down a dollar at twelve thirty three announce and oil is up three cents at forty 605 a barrel southland weather from kfi mostly clear tonight there is possibility will see some areas of low clouds forming overnight lows in the '60s tomorrow mostly sunny a few clouds still pretty warm highs in the mid70s the beaches low to mid '80s for metro la and inland orange county mid80s de midnineties for the valleys of around one hundred for the inland empire it's going to stay sunny and warm right on through the end of the week eighty '86 in anaheim 76 emerge ondo the each eighty six in west covina ninety in rancho cucamonga we lead local from kfi's 24hour newsroom i'm king josh newman just voted for the sixty three sin gas tax heard it to sabah the moment ago josh newman for a sixty three said there should our guest john and ken show kfi am six forty john and ken shipu puello just keep on coming we have some josh newman news he was asked about the john and ken show is appearance in cyprus over the weekend but we're talking about now is this long drawnout debates over california's cap and trade program which most listers like what the hell is that but anyway john's right it's going to result in the.

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"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"shipu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Southland weather from kfi mostly sunny for the rest of the day we could see some low clouds forming overnight with lows in the '60s tomorrow it's going to be clear again highs about the same as today maybe couple degrees warmer highs in the '70s at the beaches 80s for metro la and inland orange county the '80s '90s for the valleys near one hundred for the i eat warms up even more for saturday and sunday with highs around eighty at the beaches of '80s '90s for elian inland sea 90s or 100s for the valley sinai eve it seventy nine in los alamos 95 in santa clarita 75 and seal beach 88 in gardena we lead local from kfi's 24hour newsroom him on any king johny catch shipu kfi am 640 everybody here we go to get a reminder that next wednesday narrowly six days away particular show outside the studios here a burbank headed the playa del rey we have never broadcaster johnny can show the mino reducing i think so the guys pretty safe to say yeah all the years we've been in southern california riveted a show nothing happens there was an ice little flessel of la near the beach right there there's never any news another is gridlock news and if you've been following us of course it's all about this idea to take away lanes and the city of los angeles an idea that trust us will catch on if you don't fight back at once you out of your car one way to do it is to stick you in such bad gridlock that you look for any alternative including staying home hopping on a bike a boss opeing on a subway doesn't exist doesn't exist anyway anyway were taken to show the playa del rey to a place called the shack like shaquille o'neal s hac k good hamburgers john good hamburger so the twitter known for his restaurant bar yes say good food but you're going to be outside because we're going to we're going to be bringing the gridlock nabi inside eating you of the show outs no i'm standing in the gridlock well it should be world should be more beach weather it will be you know like burbank weather oh is they're going to be a good good beach breeze they'll you'll be able to see the.

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