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"suraj" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Bob Suraj. Did you know that the same stage that they used to film Gilligan's Island was later used for Mary Tyler Moore and Roseanne? Now we know why the Mary Tyler Moore folks were always complaining of sand in their shoes. Weekday mornings at five. Thank you, Steve on WGN. 31 to 91 70 Joiner. You gotta tell me that's a good song, right? E could come on looking. It is. It's a good one. Yeah, like I don't even care what you like anymore. I like that. What is the name of it? Greenback boogie and you wanted a long, long version of it. So you want I wanted more time after the whole time. I've been asking for it. I should get a longer know why we have an echo. Thank you. Hang on, Mike. We're gonna fix the echo that we have 31 to 91 773 rape parent loan question. My name. Is Michelle. I have four boys. Parent loans $300,000. Okay, as if you think I'm telling you something That's not true. I see this every day. Should I be at income based payment plan? I went to 20 year. I am low income earner $20,000 husband, not low income earner, $200,000. I will stop before you answer. This is why Listeners want to meet with you prior to taking out student loans because in this example In this example, the wife makes 20. The husband makes 200 right. I'm praying that she is the borrower that her name is the one listed on that promissory note so important well, because the way the statute works that regulates the payments is that it's based on the borrowers and come not both people's income. So, Michelle, if you're the borrower, and if you guys aren't sure we can find out for you, But if Michelle, if you're the borrower, we can base the payments on your income and your monthly payments until forgiveness is probably gonna be Close to maybe less than 100 bucks a month on the entire enchilada the entire 300,000 until it's forgiven tax free. If your husband was the borrower, then the monthly payment, of course, is gonna be much higher because it's going to be based on his gross income. However, even if that's the case, we might want to take a look and see whether or not we can use some of the statutory for parents available till he retires and then re calculate that payment, which would be much lower once he retires. There you go. That is why it's important to get in to see right. Before like Amy's going to do before you start taking out student loans because in this example it says shells, making the 20 or husband vacant 200 a lot of examples. Michelle's make it 200 the husband's making 20. So it's important. To put it in the right person's name. The right listeners name it will impact the ability to repay and what you had to repay down the road. Substantially. Oh, yeah, It's the difference between making a $2000 monthly payment versus making a $200 monthly payment till the loans are forgiven. Tax free. Mike and Bowling Brook. Welcome the show. Hey, thanks. How are you? I'm great, buddy. What's going on? S so my daughter is going to graduate high school and a couple months here, and she was accepted to Purdue, and they don't give very much, um, for anything like that. We're still looking into scholarships, no, like and stuff, But I'm just kind of freaking out here. No food And what do you do? We need to go all that kind of stuff. Hang on, Mike. I'm sorry. No, I didn't mean to cut you off. I just I like cases like yours because I know that it's very nerve racking, especially for parents who want to make sure that your child can go to school where she wants to go to school and I have good news for you. It doesn't matter that she did not qualify for much in terms of financial student aid. They call eight They call loans aid, which is kind of confusing, But don't worry about it. Please do give us a call, and we.
"suraj" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Name is Suraj. My partner's lieutenant David Haines. One of the three million people live in the city. When they get hungry. We go toe work. It's time for restaurant reviews and news. Good morning, lieutenant. Good morning. You know, I meant to ask you Do you get to be a lieutenant? Just because of time served, or do you have to pass some sort of test? No. We had a past test. We have a lot of yet. Have they have a test? Not as often as they should, but what they do they have a test. You have to sit forward. There's two parts, the oral part and everything. So what's what would be the next move up for you? Well, the next move up is it would be Captain or commander, And that's not. There's no test for that. That's all. That's all. Uh, Shelly. Second say it may be a little politics, but but the next step for you might be retirement. How many years on the force? I have 20 almost 26 for you. I'm almost today's like What am I am 35 to 53 Happy birthday, My agent. You kind of lose track. Go with the jack Many 39. That's what I do. I hesitate to ask you to open the box from the bakery that you visited this week. Because we're gonna be tempted here. Tell us about this guy. I told Steve presents. This is probably the best thing I've ever brought in. This is ah. I was saying a lot because he's brought in some great stuff. I know this is just the appetizer that he brings in before his main restaurant. I went to Brown Sugar Bakery at 3 28 East 75th Street, and I brought in a caramel cake, which is we got a southern theme going on. So this is a Southern Let me see delicacy and it Ziff ical to make it Zach Chua Li. I mean, all I see is caramel. It's a real finicky thing to make I It was funny. I learned to make it when I was a very young Young man in the Marine Corps, and that's one of these, maybe love Southern cooking, but it's hard to make it. It's easy to screw up and what's inside of it. It's okay yell okay, and it's but the caramel is made from scratch. And wow, it, uh have her name. Um, The baker is a 2000 and nine uh, James Beard nominee on She has just mean a great reputation for and I cannot find it now. And so this is, uh, look all you see heart. I'm sorry. Stephanie Hart, Tiffany Heart at Brown Sugar Bakery. And yes, she she was a nominee for James Beard Award. They had. Actually, three outlets won a Navy pier and one on the West Side. But the pandemic is obviously shut down Navy Pier and the West Side thing they're having to go back to their core place on 75th Street. There's a lot of caramel on that case, and it Z. Not just caramel you buy in the store, you'll melt like for caramel apples in the fall. This is made by brown sugar and vanilla, and she makes it Hab from scratch. And what are the other specialties at that place? Well, they have They have this pineapple coconut cake. I brought them home from my daughter. She loved that. Oh, that sounds good. Yeah, And they have a lemon cake. And they also have German chocolate. I brought home because I told my son had brought you some German chocolate. He's like, all thanks to you. I thought you loved German chocolate goes now that since I was 10, you gotta keep up. Sorry, Bad father and right there. Uh, Brown Sugar isn't a place where you can have coffee and sit down. Well, yeah, Actually, it's interesting. You should say that. It's right. There's a really cool little The 75th Street boardwalk, which is restaurant row down there, and it's 2 200 to 3 28 East 70 fishery, Basically Indiana Avenue to Cal, You met Avenue. And they have a lot of little restaurants there, actually, one that I we talked about limbs, barbecues, Cross street, and they have this, uh, sort of a wall to wall built that in the parking lane. That and they have tents put up. You could sit outside. I have a hole all the way down the block. You could sit and eat and go to any of these great little restaurants. That sounds great As that set up like a spring and summer while it looks like it's permanent. I mean, it looks it looks like it's been up there for a while. They got a mural painted, I know nice and the brown Sugar bakeries on 75th. What is it? 3 28 East, right? Right, so and, uh they have They have cupcakes. They have a whole lot of stuff, and, uh, they take they would. They're open. You could walk in and you could get stuff. They always have stuff there. They prefer. If you want a cake or anything, you do it online giving enough notice, But I mean it was. It's a really cool little place, too. I mean, and you walk in there you have You have all these choices of Just I mean, it's fresh stuff, and you could see that it's made from scratch. But it smells good in there. Oh, yeah, It's really nice. We'll continue your Southern theme here momentarily. Lieutenant David Haines, author of a Beat Caps Guide to Chicago eats right now. Here is Steve salivating with the weather Lakeshore Flood advisory Today we're going to see some big waves coming in off the lake along the lakefront here in Illinois and in northwest.
Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes
"Next came the physics. It's winners can boast they share an honor with Albert Einstein and Marine Pierre Curie Alex, tell us about this year's winners. So there are three winners this year for the Physics Prize. Goes to Suraj, penrose, who's a physicist and mathematician? He's one of the most prominent scientists in the UK. He's almost ninety years old. He's a permanent and everything from very mathematics to cosmology to material science. He writes puzzles. He's he's a real polymath genius and it's about time he wanted to Nobel prize. The other half of the Nobel prize goes to you Andrea Gez who is a professor of Astro Physics at the University of California Los Angeles and Heart Kansal he's an astrophysicist at. The University of California Berkeley and together the three of them win full increasing understanding of black holes. So Roger Penrose created some mathematical tools in the sixties that built on Albert. Einstein's general relativity the theory of gravity in the universe and several Japan rose created a way of using general relativity to predict black holes in the universe. So how they might actually form and then Andrea gas and reinhard denzil independently lead teams starting in the nineteen ninety s to track the orbits of Stars. Around. Sort of an object that sits in the middle of the Milky Way, our home galaxy, and there they were attempting to show that the object at the middle of Galaxy was indeed a black hole and they proved that with over twenty years of measurements
How To Be An Anti-Casteist
"Warner. We started talking about cast with Lauren Freyer. This is Lauren NPR's India correspondent who started thinking about cast and race in part because of an initiative at NPR to track the diversity of sources. This is something we all know do including this podcast. We will note how many women were putting on the air, how many people of Color and other demographic stats I see my company trying to better represent America with the voices we put on the air and I'm looking at my own sourcing and I get too much credit. Every voice I bring to the airwaves from India as a person of color check the box you know that's diversity from my boss' point of view but I'm looking at different types of diversity in India and thinking. CAST. You see it in India when it comes to. Arranged marriages, dating APPS, you see it in real estate I mean there are subtle ways in which landlords choose tenants and signal to tenants. That certain cats are welcome or not welcome. There is no uncontroversial way to talk about cast and even the words we use are fraud. You're going to hear people in this story talk about upper caste and lower caste. We're GONNA try to avoid those hierarchies and say dominant cast at oppressed caste oppression is a strong term, but it definitely applies here. This is oppression that's gone back centuries. It was really amplified by the British. So British colonists came in and gave Brahmins privileges elevated them and exploited this power differential between the BRAHMINS and other castes and when Indians won their independence in nineteen forty seven, they wrote a constitution that acknowledges that oppression and lays out bold measures to try to fix it affirmative action programs to place dollars in government jobs to play dollars, its top universities, and all of that exists in India still today. But despite all of this dalits in India face so much violence disproportionate violence Daulat women are raped more than women of other Castes Dalit men get lynched for falling in love with dominant caste woman lauren knew she wanted to find out peoples cast to make sure she was hearing from variety of voices including people who don't always get access to speak. But. This broad a new problem. How actually do you find out? SOMEONE'S CAST? So Good question. How does one person Oh you're cast light it is not like you have a color which gives away your identity. Same Cornelia says, sometimes, it's easy. You just read someone's cast by their surname sometimes you cannot hide and how about your real surname is it easy to hide your? Name doesn't go my cost us a k. that this wife immediately when I only seven, they will ask me whole willing come from which part of the state you come from. There had to ask a follow up question. If you can't tell by surname, you can ask about someone's neighborhood are also tried to be clever I come from Hyderabad slow from Hyderabad. It's the city of nine million people all casts are there. So that's the people are not satisfied if you do named. So what they do is no, no. No. I'm not talking about with city you come from willow would your parents which relates Came from Sam keeps dodging the real question might played into used to stay in Bombay. Can. Actually before that, my father used to work. So he was daily. You just keep naming, cities. Because that is the facts also, then they will. They will understand that I'm playing around to the. Sam Doesn't want to reveal his cast because most of his Indian coworkers from dominant castes in fact, the overwhelming majority of south, Asians in America from dominant castes. They're often the ones with the resources and access to get here. The other portion usually people ask is already which. Because Brahman Salvage. Aliens. If you say. If you are in. Indian Austin Indian to find overcast he would say. Which stadium by Bertha, by choice and. The tricky thing about this is that a CO worker could be overhearing this entire conversation. is still have no clue what they're really talking about. They will not even the people were very active about this. In always discrimination and all they might have not heard about cast at all. One person who has written about this hidden code it's Sora. John. Day He's a scholar at Harvard and he wrote a book called cast matters I am A. Child of a former landless labourer and someone who is to clean toilet. into the houses of the dominant caste people. So I'm a I'm adult Indian, and when I come to, of course, America I am a person of color. This two identities that help him see things that other people don't see for example, suraj points out this video they came out last fall. Okay. So what we're GonNa Cook today is an Indian recipe. Yes. Because you are yes. Okay. This is a video filmed in the kitchen of the actor and writer Mindy Kaeling on this day when Senator Comma Harris has stopped by to cook. So we Indian actually were both south Indian guests come Larisa Jamaican father and a mother from Chennai in southern India looks like the entire one half of my family. Thank you to I've been telling people related already. It's basically. Almost mother was a Brahmin the priestly cast who according to tradition
Apple unveils new iPad, Apple Watch, & Fitness+ service
"Right? Or yesterday or whatever day they're announcing. They've got a whole bunch of new announcements aboutthe watch on iPad all sorts of stuff. Tell us about it. Yeah. Yeah, And this is actually just one of three big sets of announcement will be coming up with this fall in this manner. Yesterday they talk. They unveiled a brand to bringing versions of the iPad. A very good update to the Apple Watch on also a whole bunch of new services, but they're bundling together, including sort of Saletan style. Get your Get your fitness fitness workout through your television set while Malo actual people of work your way through what's going on. Right. How does what How does that work so to speak, he said. What appears on the screen. Yeah, it's called Apple Fitness Plus and and they have, like real top to your fitness instructors that are walking you through actual workout today, and some of them are recorded. Some of them are alive. But the really interesting part of that. Is that while you don't mean an apple watch in order to use this you if you have another watch and you're wearing it will it will Hey, actually guys, show you I'm on on my way the screen to the arcade here is what the heart right rate now is your one again. other data. And if they say Oh, for he fitness knows that instructor says, Okay, and now we're going to going for cardio. So we're looking he's for a target going of to 140. the arcade. Get it? It knows that What and is we'll say it? Okay, we're going to make your heart Pinball rate wizard. thing on That's the screen. exactly Much, much right. bigger. Here we It go. just Let's hear makes it. it there. OK, I will not tell any secrets by saying I'm not really all that interested in exercising. Give Not them me something about sure that sort can of new make and the gadget. pinball. He can make That's it more why he's going more to the involving arcade. And Uh, this is the sort things as well to make me want to jump up and down Oh, my living God. room. Here we go. You know, every day that's like virtual The can exercising. of worms You has know, officially Israel exercising been and opened. you buy like a No, your calendars. ah, 9 a 16, stationary about bike or six o'clock. a treadmill. Uh, Then thanks you can hang for playing. your laundry We've on got it. for You can't you handle $50 laundry gift certificate on an Apple from builders Watch. supply outlets. Uh, There's so much more than kitchen what? cabinets and open for business What go about? to build You their know, supply I gotta go. outlet Okay. dot I'm com just going for to their news the store hours. the pad. The iPad We'll take a break doesn't get and bigger the news on 7 now is 20 a bigger w GM. because it seems Hi. This to me is it's Jay almost foreigner getting to CEO be the same size of Rocket is a Mortgage small laptop. Making the right financial decisions Well, has never been more that's important. not a mistake. We can help guide you Now to those right they decisions have now to when redo they conversions matter most of the mortgage iPad. rates are This near is historic the middle of lows. the road version that called the iPad air. But the big deal here is that it's always been sort of the, uh so called, like the two of the Corolla of the iPad lines, the one that's most sensible for most people, and it's affordable. So this is the Send first time they've right given now it could a really be a big great redesigned time for to you give to take it some a positive lot of the style financial and steps a lot forward of the features. with a cash Of out the more expensive refinance iPad from rocket Pro mortgage, line, which so could it give doesn't you say the boost it is a bigger that screen you're looking 10.9 for. inches, In addition, we But may be the able to help you big refinance deal about this with little is that or no they've out made of pocket like the costs gap between at rocket the screen mortgage. and the edge We're committed of the device to smaller, every client so every it's time really is no the exceptions, same size device, no excuses, but they've put a bigger screen giving you in the it best in a much higher mortgage quality, experience. spring four k Call us or today something at 8338 like that, right? I mean, rocket it's or go the to rocket mortgage dot the com resolution. To learn more rate started to change 1.75% It's pretty big 2023 feed receive this is coming. Great 60 call for by cost information 16 conditions, 40. equal housing But lender the lessons in all big 50 deal States is and that MLS number it 30 has 30. what's called a very It's wide Bob. Suraj. colored, dammit. I didn't want So on a 9 a cheaper to 5 screen, job, like So what you I'm get here. on those 5 $50 to 9. tablets you get from See Amazon. you in the morning. If you're watching a movie is like half the screen is black. Because right there you guys like really beeper is on these on this screen. It It's can show such a wide range of colors. But when you're watching a movie, especially in HDR It looks much more natural when you read it. When you're looking at photos will give you will show you the photo as good as it was taken not. Oh, well, We're just going to try to do his best. We can to give you a lame cutdown version of it because our screen cost cost like gold dollars per unit. So the Apple Watch is seeing a couple of upgrades or price adjustment. So there's a watch Six. I believe a watch s ee. What's the story with the Yeah, They've got too much to models every year, they updated and once again they they've added some really huge features on the series six, which is their main line open. Spend $300 for it. Watch. They've added blood oxygen sensors to it. So it has basically as you're wearing it, a Chinese light that shines light and You three or screen for your skin and incentive, the color of your blood and the blood. Yeah, so and works as ah, of course, better than the production centers, a lot of a spot for the covert epidemic but the really cool things, But the apple other companies will add these beach at features to fitness watch, But it's just sort of a feature. Apple did such a great job of integrating with everything else. So this blood oxygen center? Yes, you can. You can decide. Hey, please tell me what my blocks in saturation levels right now. But it will also just keep sensing it is, of course, the day so if there's any alarming sort of a change, it will give you an alert saying, Hey, this is unusual even works as you're sleeping. So s so if for whatever reason, you're part stops putting your heart your lungs stops putting oxygen in your bloodstream at the rate that would be considered compatible human life. They consent that and say Here's an incident that happened last night. I don't know you should probably it won't get won't give you medical advice, but It is a piece of data that might move you from. You know what? I really have been having really terrible sleep Well at night at night after night after night. Maybe I should have got it. I've got a check up with my doctor in a couple of weeks. Maybe I should bring this up course The Boche will provide the doctor with all the data of what it was. It's been observing. Well, thanks for being with us. I just want to go back to one thing that you said is we wrap it up here. You said that the watch shines a light into your skin. Yes, well, we know that the purest courses pretty translucent. So if that's the way it doesn't that's AH along Go. I won't tell you too long here, but that's one of the interesting sort of limitations of these business watches. But of course, it can't do anything that sort of breaks. The skin on DH presents one of the holy grails of fitness watches. Being able to take lunch, blood sugar readings or two and do stuff like that. But unfortunately, there has been some experimentation that way, but there's no way to do it. But with blood oxygen, they found ways around it that again. They're not taking obviously not taking a blood draw, which is the most most efficient way of doing it. But it's good enough and the science is solid enough. For the purposes of this fitness, But you can tell you particularly when you're exercising. Yes. You're reaching the blood of your reaching the blood levels. So the action levels you're supposed to be targeting. As you're working out. You're getting healthier and healthy as it goes. Well, thank you, Andy. I really appreciated. You know, I'm sort of behind the curve on all this technical stuff and you've explained it, Even I can understand it Amazing. Thanks. And thanks to him every day you do You know what? It just struck me, though. The
Protests erupt in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and arrests made after a police officer shot and killed a 27-year-old man
"In in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, over over a a police police shooting shooting yesterday. yesterday. Gurnal Gurnal Scott Scott is is following following that that story. story. Lancaster Lancaster Mayor Mayor Deneen Deneen Suraj. Suraj. She called Sunday when the shooting happened The heartbreaking day for our city Ah Lancaster officers shot and killed a knife wielding man, Ricardo Munoz. The shooting prompted protests which tactical officers cleared using tear gas. Mayor Suraj says neighbors are concerned the deadly force was not necessary to handle what she called a mental health issue. She believes more questions should be posed. Who should respond under what circumstances and what protocols should be followed? The mayor says. How those calls are assigned by 911 is also a tissue. The officer involved is off the street as the DEA investigates. Grinalds
"suraj" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Girl. What's that camera You got there? 7 20 WG and John Lennon digger For Bob Suraj. There's been a couple of candy stories in the past 40 minutes. Right? It was a thing just now with the Hershey's. They're here. What are they doing with the Hershey's? They're putting it in the stores early. They don't know whether or not kids were going to trick or treat because of the Virus. That was the gist of what that one there and they're not going to do. How apparently Halloween wrappings this through the candy will just be the basic Hershey's rapping. Oh, actually, no. There was a special home. Yeah, they normally put like, you know, it's usually orange and black. And they usually have, you know, ghosts and goblins and stuff on the candles on there. Sometimes they're shaped in the form of pumpkins and stuff like that. I think it's a bad decision. I think you should still keep. We should still keep having this stuff even if we don't go trick or treating. We could still have that sense of the holiday. It's one of the biggest holidays of all time, isn't it Isn't it doesn't rank hollowing rank is one of the The biggest not only for Alleged Children, but also adults. Yeah, the amount Halloween thing has turned into a gigantic the amount of spending for candy and costumes and parties, Right, right. I'm sure there's gonna be a big dent, though, and that this year But you had a story your story at the top of the hour. About candy corn, right? Can you give me that again? So what's happening? The You know, we see these candy corns, the normally they're orange and white, and sometimes they come out for Halloween. But The company that makes these Candies this year is going to go with a different theme, and they're going to do it for Thanksgiving. And so the candy corn that's coming out will have different flavors like Thanksgiving flavors like green beans and roasted turkey and cranberry sauce, Sweet potato pie and stuffing. Is that what you want your candy corn to taste like, I don't know. I don't know. And you know that's ah, That's weird. It is weird. And you know, the other thing, too is they cited this candy store dot com survey that said Candy corn is that most hated I C I don't know. I don't believe that. I like candy corn. I'm I'm a Capricorn fan. I guess my kids. It's not. Yeah, my wife is a Candy corn aficionado. Not many people can claim that, but she knows when John go to the store because there is a limited edition of AH, candy corn. There only.
"suraj" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Need on When the sun is out. I got something I could laugh about it. Well, you can laugh today. Is this going to be sunny for sure? Until we get some rain in here, probably towards evening. Doing this morning, 12 minutes after six. It's the Bob Suraj Breakfast Club. Glad you could join us here on this. Thursday, July 9. What's for breakfast? Here's the latest research on Breakfast. You know, you always hear about whether You should skip breakfast or whether it's the most important meal of the day. Well, researchers have combined data from past studies to actually evaluate whether or not it is the most important meal of the day. And if If you could actually shed a few pounds by skipping breakfast. They did this new large meta analysis. Combining all the numbers from seven past controlled studies. So they could evaluate the effects of skipping breakfast on your body and on your body's composition and cardio metabolic risk factors. The analysis. Only included trials that lasted at least four weeks in total looked at data from 435 adult participants. Five of the seven trials were conducted with participants who are obese or overweight. While participants and the other two studies were Of normal, healthy weight, and the results showed that those who skipped breakfast At a slightly greater reduction in body weight, an average of £1.19 compared to those who ate breakfast. There is no significant difference between the groups when it came to Body mass index, or fat Mass. But people who skipped breakfast saw a slight increase in LDL cholesterol. That's the bad cholesterol. There were no differences between the groups when it came to blood pressure HDL cholesterol, It's the good one insulin, fasting glucose or other cardio metabolic.
"suraj" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Suraj Patel from wellstar health system we just talked about travel plans to read was talking about that a lot of people on the fence about keeping the plans canceling the plans so this is a question from a viewer about that spring break is coming up some schools are already on spring break some go next week schools go in April do I still go on vacation or do I just plan to stay home right now there is no issue with traveling domestically the CDC has not raised any concern of traveling within the continental United States if you visit the CDC website there is some advisory for other countries the six that you named in particular where there's been endemic cases of this virus and then just recently today the CDC has made some commentary about truces especially in the Asian and South Pacific area to have increased advice to go to that area so definitely need to have intentional decision making process maybe it's time for a road trip instead the car will simply do that instead or just really think about where you're going who's going to be there and take your time making that decision right good advice our next question is about testing is a lot of information out there but people want to know if it's available if needed so someone asked this what's the deal with testing does Georgia have its own test available and we have heard about test kits so rest assured if you screen high for having the virus we do have the capacity to test you it is done by the CDC your hospital where you are being evaluated which center specimen over to the CDC and your results will be available between twenty four and forty eight seventy two hours later so the next question about people who may already be sick maybe dealing with health condition one channel to viewer actually said are there any pre a sting conditions that put us more at risk I think what's important keep in mind is any chronic condition that elderly people have congestive heart failure a rheumatoid arthritis diabetes any of those types of diseases could definitely put you at an increased stress and anything that decreases your immune system is definitely something that would put you at increased risk we were talking in the break to about whether this virus is here to stay we keep talking about it being new this is the strain of the coronavirus new is it going to be around like does it stick around after this season that's the million dollar question I don't think we know yet if you look back in history viruses have come and gone some estate I think we'll know in the next couple of years I don't think we're going to even know in six months so conceivably it could not be something that we know like you said for six months and the winner is here and the summer will the heck he kill it we talked about that as a previous segment the physician said that we don't think that's the case we don't believe this summer is going to because any decrease in cases just because of the all right doctor Patel thank you now we've covered how to prepare your family travel plans steps that government leaders are taking churches are also making plans channel two's Chris Jose Texas or some changes at the Catholic Church is now considering our sizing about lance's says there's no need to panic but the time to repair is right now on Sunday person saw two big changes in mass you really have to think about those vulnerable populations Maureen Smith is communications director for the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Atlanta on Friday the bishop sent out this memo to metro Atlanta pastors they address the corona virus it's not time to panic but now is a really good time to review your crisis management plan the archdiocese gives video what Sunday mass usually looks like Smith told me the communion of wine will be suspended indefinitely it's up to individual passers they decide whether or not to suspend the exchange of peace which involves shaking hands or hugging when was the last time something like this is being done during H. one N. one a couple years ago which was as you know it was a big deal here there was a lot of infection in this email from Saint Catherine Siena Catholic Church in Kennesaw the pastor encouraged parishioners not to hold hands during prayer Smith says archdiocese is closely watching the situation to protect its churches in Catholic schools leaders will follow recommendations from the state health department and the CDC you also have parishes where people to have health concerns and you have to take those people into consideration our size he says school administrators are always watching out for illnesses that may be spreading its school leaders here say if we have to expand precautionary measures they will reporting in Cobb county Sonora Chris Jose channel two action news so if you're one of the many people worried about corona virus right now you can protect yourself channel two anchor Fred Blankenship says there are a few good practice well the overall risk to the general public is lotus Georgia department of health says you should take the same precautions you do with any virus that include washing your hands often with soap and water or waste twenty seconds an alcohol based hand sanitizer is a good backup as well also avoid.
"suraj" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"My mom just a few minutes from your brand new second date update but first sometimes in life you get caught doing weird and embarrassing things and it creates a really awkward situation yeah like just the other day sitting at my desk and Dan from marketing walked by just as I was putting Suraj on my toenails so then I do explain to him that this Racha helps my toenails taste better when I bite them what and then he offered to buy them with me so I was nibbling on my big toe while he was nibbling on my pinky like a a moment there I can't decipher what exactly the awkward part of this whole thing is like there's a lot of it there is the whole thing was kind of uncomfortable yeah I know I'm not the only person who's been caught in a compromising situation like that because one of our listeners things she isn't getting a call back because the bizarre thing her date saw her doing now and everyone was surprised when we heard it you'll find out what that was in your second date update right after this even so she his you should I tried to scream but it wasn't they called me we thank god not just somebody could have been thank she you should two point five as usual the a girl named party on the phone for a second date update and reset.
Tripoli crown: the battle for Libya
"Yesterday Germany hosted an international conference aimed at bringing peace and stability to Libya for actors said they would again respect an arms embargo after nine months of intense fighting. The summit failed to secure a lasting ceasefire the conflict in Libya has festered. Ever since Moammar Gaddafi was toppled in two thousand eleven margin. McShane is are Middle East editor today on one inside you have the. UN backed government in Tripoli on the other you have Khalifa Dr a renegade commander who controls much of the east and south of the country and many of the country's oilfields oilfields in reality. Both sides are really just collections of militias and both draw heavily on foreign support. The Tripoli government is backed by Turkey. I'm and half doors backed by Egypt. The and Russia and as things stand on the ground heft ours. Forces are knocking on the doors of Tripoli but they have been since April and the frontlines aren't really moving that much. So that was a situation on the ground lenient to these talks in Berlin. It's a standoff. That has again drawn the attention of western Western powers who had taken a step back from the turmoil but the diplomacy in Berlin didn't go as far as it could have. The sides did not agree to a ceasefire. And that's a big deal but the foreign powers that back each side did agree to stop arming the combatants which is to say. They've agreed to stop ignoring a decades old arms embargo put in place by by the UN and that is meant to start the longer negotiation over a peace deal and will that work. Well that actually get closer to peace. T think it's the most helpful whole thing to happen in Libya in some time and yet I'm not very hopeful at all. Each side has just too much at stake. Here start with the foreign powers. You'll get Vladimir Putin. He's trying to build on. His success in. Syria extends influence in the eastern Mediterranean. And he thinks by backing Khalifa Abdur. That's the best way to do it now. Turkey on the other side has has even more on the line. Which is why it sent troops to Tripoli this month before all the chaos Turkish construction companies were heavily involved in Libya to the tune of something like twenty billion dollars dollars it would undoubtedly play a big role in rebuilding where peace ever to break out in Libya and signed a maritime border deal in November with the government in Tripoli that gives Turkey a decisive Zeiss of say in gas exploration in the eastern Mediterranean? Now these construction contracts that border deal these are things that get ripped up if half hour winds so Turkey. Rickie has a lot on the line and backing the government in Tripoli and let me just say word about half Dr here because he is the definition of a spoiler. I mean he's the reason why so you don't have much hope for Libya he's completely uncompromising believes Libya needs a strong man and of course that it should be him. He walked out of a conference in Moscow. The other week and we we said to be acting in the same usual stubborn way in Berlin he did not meet with fires. All Suraj the Prime Minister of the government in Tripoli and on Sunday his forces closed down to big oilfields in the southwest of the country. That was an attempt to show what kind of leverage he still holds over the government in Tripoli and so why has this come to a head now I mean dental half stars moves have been going on for some time and now it looks like there is this grand. International push for reconciliation think European countries have gotten more involved volved now because they see things getting out of control and they really want to stop that from happening and they want to do that because it's in their own interests to keep the conflict from really spiraling their. The biggest concern is really migrants and Libya had become a jumping off point for African migrants heading across the Mediterranean to Europe and there has been a downturn in the flow since two thousand seventeen nineteen when we got more involved and I think now they don't WanNa see another uptake and that's why you're seeing more action from France Italy and Germany also like Turkey. France and Italy have big energy interests in Libya and until now that has actually put them sooner on opposite sides of the conflict but recently they seem to be singing more more from the same hymn book and I think it's also for Germany and for Europe a test case of whether they can take a leading role in world diplomacy. And so. That's that's what the Berlin talks are all about you also saw at these talks. The European Union's foreign policy chief even hinted that you're might be willing to put troops on the ground if they're able to negotiate a peace deal and what about the Libyan people themselves which they make of all this jockeying for power and the international interest I mean Libyan. They really just want the fighting to stop. That was the main sense I got when I was in Tripoli last year people are just tired of a decade of chaos and instability. But they also see weakness in Tripoli government I mean fires Al Sir Ause the Prime Minister he is hostage to the militias. Who are supporting him? He doesn't have any real power and so many seem resigned to the idea that Libya I can only be ruled by a strong man and they're not so much rooting for Khalifa. Dr They just wanted to be over and think that will eventually come out on top. And what about the prospect aspect of Mr Half dark coming out on top as you say he's entirely uncompromising and seems to be the spoiler for multiple sets of talks here. How does this play out? If he's just simply not going to play the game. I mean you see this sort of grinding siege of Tripoli and I don't think he consider win this war on his own. He's been at the Tripoli since April so he needs foreign helped it all comes down to whether sort of Russia continues backing him and sort of how involved Turkey actually gets on the side of the UN back government in Tripoli if if the foreign powers cheap to the agreement reached in Berlin. Then you could see an end to this quite quickly. I don't foresee that happening. I think this war is going to go on on for some time yet and I think the foreign powers are going to get more involved from here after. Perhaps a momentary lull on the back of the Berlin Conference. Roger Thank you very much for joining us.
German leader Angela Merkel says summit in Berlin made 'important contribution' to efforts toward peace in Libya
"Internationally recognized prime minister fi as all star AJ will now create a group to hash out a more permanent truce either some Russian or Haftar were in the room for the summit today instead they were in separate hotels and Berlin ahead of the Berlin conference supporters of Haftar moved to block oil exports imports under his control slashing Libya's oil output by more than half Suraj deemed that shows that hafter isn't ready for
Libya ceasefire talks in Moscow adjourned for the night
"A ceasefire between Libya's main rival leaders is not a done deal just yet the you went back to prime minister fires also Raj and eastern military commander Khalifa Haftar are in Moscow for talks brokered by Russia and Turkey Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov says the prime minister Suraj has signed a ceasefire that would end nine months of hostilities but Haftar is asking for more time and may sign it
"suraj" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Suraj morning radio show and Louis Vuitton resale shop please don't ask me how I got the merchandise just enjoy the savings we're gonna talk law with Karen county here in just a few minutes and also coming up at about six forty five we will check in with meant to Gerry who's A. B. C. news correspondent based in Iraq and we'll get the latest on the Middle East situation first what was your situation waking up this morning was it waking up before the alarm the alarm clock a gentle noise or perhaps a motorcycle to alderman will ask their colleagues to kick off twenty twenty by cracking down on noise made by motorcycles along north lake shore drive in throughout the city other than Brian Hopkins of the second ward will finally get a hearing on the proposal that he introduced was six months ago to install noise monitors along lake shore drive to measure the sleep preventing racket created by the motorcycles without mufflers which flock to the scenic road especially in the summertime but you hear this everywhere and all year and sometimes cars and of course in good weather motorcycles that measure is set to be considered by the city council's public safety committee a a twenty seventeen state law authored by state representative Serra Feigen holes permits the city to install the monitors which are similar to the devices that measure the roar of jets taking off and landing at o'hare and at midway and also another story that caught our eye this morning if I can find it here has to do with something that I don't like running and I do my you know half hour three mile jog occasionally and I think well you know that's enough don't need any more than that I always watch the marathons and see the people collapsing at the end and think I eat old really going to do that and I I I once asked the doctor about this there I said you know what I really don't want a hip replacement and knee replacements they keep running and he just said to me how do you feel now this anything body when you do your little brother I said no and they said well we'll keep running well there's a new study that suggests running a marathon for the first time we could actually help you live longer by reversing some of the effects of aging on the body let's see this study involved a hundred thirty eight healthy first time marathon runners and they were treating and completing the London marathon and all of this running apparently was associated with a four year reduction in their vascular age that means they found marathon training reversed the age related stiffening of the body's main artery the aorta and helped reduce blood pressure the study senior author says she doesn't think the health benefits are unique to running a marathon she said the key take away is to set and training goal and structure and stick to it the study was published in the journal of the American college of cardiology still manages to run America yeah no I do not going to do I'm not convinced the either yeah I get inspired every year but then I go on now three miles is fine yeah well you know what that scene at the end of every marathon gets to me and you know people need to be resuscitated in their their collapsing so I don't know as I said I'll stick to my three mile thirty minute run yeah I'm a people that run two or three of them in a year they all yeah I know it's as craze really and how about the tri Athlon rules are worse okay well we'll go to ABC news in Iran here momentarily for now though let's get you caught up on traffic and the weather's Steve increasing clouds is the forecast for today hide your twenty seven partly cloudy tonight low down to twenty three maybe some showers tomorrow and forty seven we're.
When India's Cash Disappeared
"This is planet money from NPR. Hey just a quick note today. Show is about India's massive experiment to get rid of cash. It originally aired in two thousand seventeen eighteen. we've got an update for you at the end so stay tuned on November eighth at ten PM. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi got on TV and out out of nowhere said all of the money in your wallet is totally worthless. Starting now be have decided that the prior one hundred Rupee and tower that booby currency norps presently in use bill no longer be the legal and pro midnight tonight five hundred and thousand rupee notes about eighty five percent of the cash in India the five hundred and thousand nodes hoarded by emptying this intitial eliminates will become just `less piece of paper worthless pieces of paper. Imagine that imagine in president trump gets on TV and says all of the ten twenty fifty one hundred dollar bills in your wallet do not worth anything anymore an India's not like the US where most people have credit cards and debit debit cards ninety percent of business transactions in India happen in cash and a lot of that cash is to use Modi's term black money like doc money's basically any money that is outside of the tax system. It's become kind of a catch all phrase for corruption in India. MODY said you have one month to take your cash to the bank and exchange it for these new bills that we have just minted and you can change at a maximum about sixty dollars a day sixty dollars as a lot of money for most Indians. Most Indians live on less than two dollars a day but it's not that much money for wealthy. Indians and this limit said mody meant that criminals and big time tax evaders would be stuck with these big stacks of cash country Bill Gates success. Thank you very much. Thanks a lot shot. After after Moody's speech India's entire economy ground to a halt people are still lining up for days to exchange old money buys provoked a frenzy as hundreds hundreds of millions of Indians. Don't have bank accounts died of shock. Others committed suicide. Million people waited for eight hours in the blazing being son to change their money at the banks. Small businesses went bankrupt because nobody had any money to buy anything. A baby died because his parents didn't have cash for taxi to the hospital. Ranjan Gupta travel to the central bank in New Delhi from his farm in Gujarat was an eighteen hour journey his wife had just died and he found three thousand rupees about forty five dollars worth of old bills that she had been saving in her sorry but the thirty period to change money was up. Suraj headed to the central bank in New Delhi because he heard that they could make exceptions so he came here with his money and his wife's death certificate but the people at the bank said Nope. You're too late. You've missed. It's the deadline. Your cash is worthless. He was standing on the sidewalk outside of the bank and he showed his cash to be fanned. The bills out and his hands were shaking. He told me this money. It represents a far more. I can't afford to lose it. Don't go out to you ever done this. What was he thinking and how wait he come up with this plan. I started looking into this and I kept seeing one name. My name is anita a Neil bocaccio Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Stacey Smith today. On the show. We need the man who pitched this idea to move and this man this man who brought one the biggest economies in the world to its knees one point three billion people is not a famous academic policymaker or government minister. He didn't even and study economics. What did you study in school. That's thirty hardly because the light is such a varied. You beat so wait. What did you study. Are you going to tell me it turns out and kneels plan is not about economics or even politics and Neil Keel says he's on a spiritual quest to fix India's economy
Weekend Box Office Preview
"Checking out the movies this weekend. Here's your box office preview. Nervous weekend is the comic fantasy isn't it romantic thirtysomething architect in New York City is cynical about love? And especially how it plays out in the movies. But after an attempted mugging leaves her unconscious. She wakes up to one of our worst nightmares better. Life has become a PG thirteen romantic comedy with her at the center, and she needs to find true love to return to reality. Rebel wilson. Liam Hemsworth, Adam Devine and Priyanka Chopra star. Also out is happy death day to you sequel to the two thousand seventeen original two years later, the heroine of the first film finds herself back in the time loop only this time her friends are stuck with her with the original killer gone. She must face a new enemy to free herself and her friends and stay alive, this slasher horror film stars. Jessica Roth Israel, Bussard, Suraj Sharma and Sarah. Still in theaters are the LEGO movie to what men want gold pursuit the upside and glass, plus the prodigy green book aquaman Spiderman into the spider verse and miss
Actors Defend 'Cosby Show' Star Geoffrey Owens After He's Seen Working at Grocery Store
"Of Geoffrey Owens Cosby show actress showed up at a trader. Joes well working at? A trader Joe's somebody recognize them takes a picture some reason this goes viral and prompts this discussion about, actors, having real jobs in fact on Twitter today, in response, to this there is a hash tag that is trending it's actors with day
Senator John McCain, Lisa Carter and Raines High School discussed on Jim Bohannon
"A man and his, wife are being charged with felonies after. Police rescued eleven, children from their New Mexico compound prosecutors announced new child abuse. Related charges Friday against two of the. Five suspects in the case the new charges are against Suraj wa Hodge and his wife after their son's autopsy report allegedly determined the, boy was seriously ill when he died in a faith healing, ritual police had rescued the children in a raid earlier this month and the will. Hodges son's body was recovered three days
Hundreds march in peaceful protests in Charlottesville with police in riot gear nearby
"The main international airport in Seattle at new pilot's. License the plane performed erotic stunts before. Crashing into a nearby island police have described the man as suicidal his family of made a short statement to the press as the, voice recordings show leabeau's intent was not to harm anyone he was right in saying that there, are so many people who have loved him
New Mexico compound taught children to commit school shootings
"New mandatory. Evacuations were ordered, for several communities as the wildfire burning in the Cleveland national forest draws. Closer correspondent Jim Roop says in what is expected to be the worst fire season ever for California the largest wildfire in state history rages on the Mendocino complex fire really, to fires in one have devoured nearly three hundred thousand acres that's roughly the size of. Los Angeles, not. Just downtown all of it or using a lot of different strategy. And tax it hell fires Jeremy Ron says. Ground and Air Resources are being utilized in the fight
"suraj" Discussed on KOMO
"Authorities bring charges against Suraj even in connection with the compound or eleven children were found living in squalor as prosecutors argue for no, bail they make the claim, according to documents obtained by the AP that he was at the compound training children to commit school shooting ABC's Alex stone a federal judge in Houston took. Arguments in a lawsuit by several states seeking to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals DACA program which protects young some young immigrants from deportation. Free other federal judges have ruled against the Trump administration's attempt to Dhaka police have arrested, a. Man for arson related to southern California blaze that's burn twelve cabins fifty one year old forest. Gordon Clark, is being held on one million dollars bail New York City has become the first, major US city to impose a. Cap on ridesharing services, like Uber the city, council approved a temporary cap while the city studies the industry Wall Street the Dow lost forty five points the NASDAQ. Gained five Richard Cantu ABC news Stay connected stay informed KOMO news hazy sunshine eighty seven in downtown Seattle KOMO news time to thirty one thanks for joining us I'm Charlie. Harder with a look at the day's top local stories was being described as another apparent attempted arson add a Jehovah's Witness kingdom hall, in Thurston, county is now under investigation, is latest incident happening in Hjelm where church elders a writing this morning discovered smoldering logs outside and wall of the hall on Vale road southeast those lots. Were quickly doused with water however the bomb squad was called in to take a look at a suspicious item found nearby this is the latest. In a series of such a suspicious incidents at kingdom halls in Thurston county so led to. The creation of a task force to investigate two and a half weeks after the death of.
Remains of unidentified boy found at squalid New Mexico compound
"Results NBC. News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield it's still too, close to call in Ohio special election for the, twelfth congressional district democratic candidate Danny O'Connor is vowing. To keep up the fight we went house to. House remain our case don't change we're gonna. Make, that case tomorrow we're not stopping now tomorrow we rest and. That we keep fighting through, two Republican candidate Troy. Alderson thanked President Trump for his support, and he emphasized that America's on the right path and he intends to keep it going that. Way the margin between O'Connor and Balderstone is razor thin they're buying for seat being vacated. By congressman Pam teary Democrats were looking for a strong finish in. A district they haven't won for decades no matter. What happens, there will, be. A rematch you months and Rick gates is admitting to stealing money from, Paul Manafort to pay for an, extramarital affair, the prosecution's, key witness that he used. The money to pay for an apartment in London he flew first class and, stayed, that, luxury hotels during the relationship, Manafort is on trial, for Bank and tax fraud Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio The. State Department is. Urging patients on the ongoing North Korean nuclear talks Terry Moore reports national security adviser John Bolton. Said North Korea is not making progress toward denuclearization. That prompted some followup from, the State Department's, Heather Nauert. Process of achieving denuclearization is one. That we've all known. Would take some time the world is United and seeing this achieve. So it will certainly take some time President, Trump recently said negotiations with the north we're going, very well now it said getting North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN together with President Trump at the. June summit in Singapore was a very big. Deal, that's an incredible staff and a huge step from where we. Were just one year ago, the conversations continue in. Washington I'm Terry Moore NBC News Radio, investigators are trying to identify the remains of a young boy found Monday at a compound in. New Mexico authorities have been looking for a missing Georgia boy who turned four years old. On Monday last week deputies freed eleven children from the towels county. Compound the missing boy is Connie wash his father. Suraj is, one of, the Five, adults charged, with. The abuse of the eleven children found in the filthy compound he father. Had told the boy's mother he, was taking, the boy to be treated for severe medical conditions that kept him from walking and cause seizures federal health officials say runoff from cattle farm is likely caused a major spring e coli. Outbreak Brian shook has more the food and. Drug administration believes Romain lettuce grown in. The Yuma Arizona region may have been contaminated, by water from a. Nearby, canal the FDA said testing in, June revealed the water was tainted with the same strain of e-coli involved in the multi-state outbreak more. Than two hundred people in thirty six states fell ill nearly a hundred were hospitalized and. Five died from the huge. Bacterial outbreak the, FDA is. Still investigating the case Brian shook NBC News Radio and cases of Lyme disease are being reported in all fifty. States a new study by Quest Diagnostics chosen learning rise in the number of positive tests for the, tick borne illness the big increases outside the northeastern. U. s. were found in California and Florida. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio Uh-huh The.
"suraj" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Animated sequel show airing that it's literally all the all the characters from suraj neighborhood are all have kids now and the show falls their kids as they learn life lessons in the same neighborhood documentary does not mention that it is super woke it's full of all kinds of like like socially progressive ideas and this each like all it was rogers was still alive today it it's it feels very much like the kind of thing he'd be he'd be preaching if such a warm open hearted progressively minded show and i feel it feels weird that the show is huge amongst kids and parents and i feel a little weird that the doctors and touch on that at all he goes on i think that there's like i have sworn that there was a brief like flash like reference to it like as far as like when they talk about how his legacy has continued and like like still touch people today i i maybe i made that up in my head but like i quick think quick mention of it i don't remember mention of it but there are animated segments that may be like similar to it but kind of take place in throughout the movie so yeah it's kind of odd that they don't mention it maybe happens later in the credits or something i just feel like i've watched more daniel tiger in the past have movies i wanna bring it up honestly this is bullying my mind that there is a mr rogers sequel and i didn't even know about it and it's like huge all parents i know love it and watch and it's actually like not it's not a pain in about the watch it's like tomas dolts we'll very cool jacob you mentioned that you re watch drastic park will brad has you beat he rewatch dressy park and the las world brad toast about it yeah so my girlfriend in from out of town actually we actually recently just made it official you know real cool like and she lives in utah actually met her at sundance couple years ago and so she's here visiting this week and i i've known for a while that she hadn't seen the original drastic park and she hadn't really gone out of her way to watch it even though i told her how good it was because her experience with the drastic franchise came from drastic world and she was not impressed so i made it a point to be like well like you need to see there is no direct part because this is like a definitive movie just in pop culture in general and i feel like you are actually going to love this one to spy your experience with dress world because it's just it's not the same and it's it's just done so much better in pretty much every way and sure enough she she loved it like she even said she got goosebumps during the part where they see the breakfast or for the first time and you know she was impressed in like floored at how many digital effects there are like that she couldn't tell where did it'll affects you especially when you know you see a full body t rex and that kind of thing so it was a success i was really having she liked it and then we were hanging out at a friend's house and after we talked about it on my my other podcasts that we do we decided to watch the lost world on a win and that one she was definitely less impressed by the i still i still think the first half of that movie is fantastic you know the trailers on the cliff sequences is one of the like a fantastic action adventure sequence even the raptor sequence later is really good but as soon as they get refuge from the island and go back san diego in even a little bit before that it it just gets off the rails and gets far too to cillian to too much going on it's just a it really loses itself fast but the first half of that movie is still great goldblum is so good in that movie he really he really is okay let's move on to our last person that is ben what have you been watching yeah so i watched half of glow season to like we talked about before i also saw won't you be my neighbor in theaters and yet cried multiple times in it it's it was very moving and the only thing about it is like i've seen so much really like universal acclaim for the film and.
Paris conference seeks political roadmap for lawless Libya
"Development of existentialist thinking and feminism her views advanced considerably towards group solidarity and action after france was occupied in world war two she was still selling revolutionary newspapers on street corners in her sixties and politically active till she died and then remained controversial afterwards i'll be joined by a biographer of simone de beauvoir a close friend of hers and a leading philosopher to examine this fascinating enigmatic character so please join us after the news bbc news hello i'm gary spano a close aide of the north korean leader kim jong un is reported to be on his way to the united states kim yong shows visit could be another sign that preparations for a summit between north korea and the united states are moving ahead laura bicker is in so kim yang chow was seen boarding a flight to the us according to the news agency yonhap although his exact destination isn't yet clear he's really far from kim jong inside he was on both of his trips to china and during his meetings with the south korean president moon jaein mr kim has also met the us secretary of state mike pompeo in pyongyang he is the regime's former spy chief and a key strategist if north korea and the us are to reach any deal on denuclearization he will have a major part to play a conference aimed at agreeing a roadmap to reunify libya is being held in paris today fronts hopes the two sides will will commit themselves to hold nationwide elections roger walker has more details under president emmanuel mccall has tried to expand its role as a peacemaker in libya nastier mr mac hall convene rare talks between fires suraj who heads the un backed unity government in western libya and the militia leader holly hunter whose forces dominate the east of the country the two men will feature prominently at the paris conference but there has been criticism of the format the international crisis group an ngo which works to prevent and resolve conflicts said negotiating through individual personalities without ensuring a broader consensus was likely to be counterproductive the hungarian government is placing a new set of laws before parliament today targeting civil rights groups which help silom secrets the legislation could make printing leaflets with information for asylum seekers and offering them food or legal advice.
"suraj" Discussed on The 45th
"Hi welcome back to the forty fifth rob your hair and this week i'm joined with as always my colleague and cohost susan simpson he's doesn't how you doing hey robby i'm good suraj is going to join this week but he is currently at disneyland are disneyworld florida suraj is getting as far away as possible can from washington dc maybe good idea the two of us are stuck here again this week we are coming to you a day late i once again take responsibility but it's for a bit 'cause the upside of that is we had some really really big news yesterday so it kinda worked out because we can talk about this new so yeah i prepared like a super long outline which will still use today a whole episode i open the document i'm like susan what am i looking at it's like a table of evil yes but before we get into that we'll go to the more recently breaking news and first off michael cohen's office rated and his house luscious impair impair his car exciting moment apparently they all the stuff that can rain it was it was pretty comprehensive amazing and i was really excited not gonna lie i don't think i've ever been excited my own cases possibly no that's not true but like in terms of like seeing update and cornelisse gatien that was pretty high up this is very big deal right this is not like it's a heat this is like the fbi rates people when it's here's the thing you know what i was looking at this i was like the big one the documents they could've subpoenaed stuff right and this did they had to based and then we'll happen apparently they had reason to think that they needed.
"suraj" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"I said the told his wife i'm going out and she said what are you going to do he said i'm going to haunt people and she thought it was joke and he went to a mcdonald's and killed about ten twelve people i mean this but these signs are out there and win and you know i i'm seeing this remind benefit as well as anybody else we need to be on the lookout when crazy folks are given a signs they may do some stupid i mean in that case the vaguely i mean i have a pretty dark type of humor so if i away at the past the third reality but he called but he called the beliefs and said look i can't control myself i'm going to kill some folks and and and called the mental hospital and told them and they put him on a they said will call you back on monday monday late so we gotta do some by crazy folks i'm going to tell you there too many of them out there that are that are dangerous you're right if you're if you're on an antidepressant what i mean that's not the same thing bless the problem to suraj as we've got now the mental health community everything is a is a mental disorder you know i mean if they got all these phobias and everything they've describing so they they try to make everybody thing that everybody's crazy in every outing money's not school shooting crazy yeah that that they like when you the thing that you know everybody with something but it doesn't necessarily making mentally ill execs generally does not make you want to go through with a shoot up a bunch of people exactly exactly all right well we gotta linked to your piece as we always do philvalentinecom on the show prep your expert of the day suraj hush me from the washington examiner as always my friend preach you too much you've had shed.
"suraj" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"To the experts at vertical but but bruins third 2011 apparently cuts now here's judd suraj and bob fears wars than burwood stirred a seasonhigh fivegame road trip tonight looking forward nhl season high feed straight road win they be given the excursion it in vancouver against the rebuilding cannot and the league's leading rookie goal goalscorer rock dresser along with bob here's i judge surat we walk in your to rogers serena in downtown vancouver british columbia and we welcome you once again the boston bruins hockey bother bruins have quite a few as row came to the national hockey league heading into tonight's game they're going to catch up quick on a trip that will test their intensity depth and stamina yeah now then you've got a bunch of games in march coming up at even early april torture road games you're gonna have to catch up at some point what the way that they played on the road no reason to think that they can't keep it up here but he'll in order to do that as a number of challenges that come without me i think it's unique coming out the western canada anyhow he look forward to this trip every year yeo vancouver brings back a lot of memories obviously in two thousand eleven there are still some guys on the team from then denied and in fact his homecoming for heavy said he was in the building that day when the bruins actually beat the connects now he's in the same locked room and wang alongside all these guys so a lot of fond memories for them coming back here not just a start then you've got calgary who saw the way the calgary flames played a physical style and the way that they try to come up with the bruins the other day and then he everton oils who knows what you're going to get from them right now but they've got the bruins numbers over a number of the last couple of seasons so intriguing trip here finishing up on the east coast start to here vancouver the connects yes a real rebuilding team as you categorize them but also a team that they feel it of playing some pretty good hockey right now they didn't get results the other day get san jose talked a trap spree this morning said it was one of.
"suraj" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"The state of wyoming let's get your turn that's good okay let me try um um a today um uh regrettably um a a a settler party um n doing a land survey uh to try to create um a better water resources and at an up an end to build a pipeline to to deliver um i'm terrible this german you don't have to i can only really hard suraj that'll make the easter egg episodes it was it was just so they i was thinking why why would be fucking crazy to think about how these ding bats would be tweeting about this stuff like i mean it would be it really would uh i think glorify the people moving west and not not to mention the early stages on the east coast but as they move west that this was this is all for the benefit of humanity in the savage is are attacking the people trying to help the world yes it's true you know the the difference between the liberals and conservatives would be this you know the conservatives would say the conservatives would always say you know our people came under attack by savages and we we had to kill them we have to wipe them out because you know it's oster them and the liberals would say you know in a maybe we may be we did some maybe we did something wrong in our may maybe some may maybe maybe there some kind of there's some kind of way in which you know we we could do a better job in in in in this exchange is that how we got.
"suraj" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"When this was all happening but i didn't see anything like this but his this besides yet people being crazy in chat rooms i mean if it's just a way to be able to spread a in a hateful message to many many broadcast simultaneously it kind of a kind of big deal wealth yet at the big deal to be able to say anything you know it's it's too late to me it's less about what he said i mean rice a crappy stuff on the internet all the time i'm not trying to cadeau that but i feel like what he was doing what is being charged with is the disruption which i find that very interesting so it's not the content of his message but he went in and disrupted the ability of these thousand channels right but also he kinda seems to have done it as a marketing promo to say like hey used did you see that surge yesterday that was my service you want to get your commercial message out there talk to me look what i could do i think it's the i i watched with you every night and depending on what popular channel my jump and i've seen these type of attacks were you could tell us a bottom running and they're and they're sending a know if you try to block another will pop up would just like to letters or two different numbers after the main and it's just a conscious constable suraj and so i was pleased to see that there's something being done i don't think he can stop all of the above the elise will put people on notice that you know at least one country is there to see them you are taking these people down a who do this by like to say i mean it's a deterrent to a point some people who might have thought this was a fun thrill ride will go away you can actually get serious trouble about that will never mind and i you know i don't a risk it other people who really want to do so this thing or if they're trying to make a spam business out of it will say okay well make sure i don't operate in canada guess and then carry on with it so in on i'm not sure what else what other piece of the puzzle has to happen to re.
"suraj" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast
"Um you're correct me if i'm wrong but uh you know there's no reason why that sort of biology wouldn't work within its own system but you know if we went there and tried to live there and eat the fruit off the tree or whatever we wouldn't get in the out of it i'm not mistaken there is a commercially available artificial sweetener that is the uh uh the other handed version of sugar in a taste sweet but you can't i just ha so what does it do is make you the is not weightloss city in that in that world as it or is it uh as it because you're not processing it may be don't gain any weight i don't know how that will use you can't his boots was the sea would you pass it then it'll be in be okay so and dislike stick around and and be fat okay that's good enough maybe i'll maybe all sprinkled ad on on some uh some cupcakes or something in and tell myself it's okay yeah um so that's interesting to see the idea of light right handedness and lefthandedness in that there's just there is a certain set of amino acids that exist on earth but there's there's a whole of possibility possibilities there that can exist just because we've studied day know rocks and space or something at a current correct me if i'm wrong here and i am because this is the are just the piece of trivia that i thought i knew but are now that you guys are here i wanna ask you is an asteroid when it's in space the meteor when it's passing through the atmosphere in the meteorite once it hits the ground or a media royden space which is media lawyer asteroid our players meteor when it's when it's passing through atmosphere that's the luminous ball and then anything suraj to the ground that's a meteorite okay yet neither is always something that stuck in my mind just because you know i'd i'll it used to call it the wrong thing with and get them so when you study meteorites you are specifically talking about the things that are on the ground and throughout going out and grabbing things and bring in a backer you're not catching things.
"suraj" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"The guy a sour cream and suraj yadav we are going to pass those all out nice to see you but don't they've book like chefs to pledge of this this is still what should you guys try first um well i have these like is this sounds like iii tune in front of me so where's the vegetarian be lt right over that in the kind of dad is the winner right there so this your charge event that he had the chargers winning on trai would you please sink your teeth into a describe every moment charlie standby we're gonna give you whatever you want what does that now but so a vegetarian b l t e now zach de tastes to win glen mrs nothing more knowing that people waiting on the radio and now there's something very sexual about a voice compressed while eating of course y'all got i'm gonna get the right but there's beach i wanna take gaucci's as babia rubella grape tomato janet gaucci's correctness con raisin bread the regime brothers do it really does it really seal the deal that here the national round the charlie what are you have no lobster is that a lobster notch up a little while ago a tuna vibe you're here in my writing russia urged them yeah that's the and none of pulgar nacho rhyme polka notches are chargers ontrack correct let me shift to the rams the rams they won with the lodge to nachos who would like to try to lodge nachos tanya mr the rams in the calls him get some love but are i'm like the audience i'm in new york city and our studio there are a leading in the los angeles studios i too feel your pain of frustration ios look ridiculous you have butter poach lobster you have nacho cheese you have scallions you have from australopithecus all the good stuff in whom let me as gene real quick why do you think this was the winning ontrack i i mean you can't go wrong with lobster at a football game first of all and everybody loves notch especially in la at one of our top selling items at the coliseum but.
"suraj" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Land only appropriate view on wls with bob suraj feeling they're missing so then john lender very bizarre this morning gentle now wls am eight bridge are all favorite genre could planned overcoming a bob's rock so right there never idea you're a sixteen year old kid yellow relatively new jobs as well those really nice ones fox river monday evening near jets gain along as it ever good idea to make the trade of this brand new jetski for dirty old dui why would he do this i don't suppose that have city sixteen years old dad probably brought her former would think if it's a nice newer jetski you're probably talking it least at least ten to eleven thousand why would you why would you wanna traded in for a boy apparently just north of the dam and elgin i can't picture that but you're familiar with the area well you know there's a thing twelve damage but make fun for all pretty dangerous out there again damn jets gave her giant so it it just doors the damn and elgin and averroes brand new a jetski to stop working so the engines stalled north of the kimble's street bridge this according to the police reporting the fire department the boy when i had any was floating down the river there and then he decided i'm going to go ahead and forgo the the judge turkey and grab this warning marker bully that did in fact indicate hey no further because the damas straight ahead good good that he was able to hang onto their boy 'cause you gotta think by this.