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"tagore" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"tagore" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

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"tagore" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"tagore" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"But then unfortunately something really bad happened on April thirteenth. Nineteen nineteen in th- czar which was located in the state of Punjab in India. British soldiers fired on an unarmed gathering of men women and children who had come into the city to partake in a traditional Sikh festival. There was a peaceful nationalist demonstration. Going on that day but many of the people who who were around who are involved in the shooting. They weren't even really part of the demonstration. Exactly they were completely kind of innocent of whatever was going on so a lot of lives were lost and we don't know exactly how many a lot of sources you look at and I think the official number reported by the British Raj was three hundred seventy nine but some people say that could have been as many as a thousand or more well and then the accounts of it in the British press were Especially disturbing you know. They were treating it as though it had been a riot and the people who were killed had gotten themselves into trouble essentially and people just had a very unfortunate reaction to to the whole thing that went down. Yeah it was weird. It was a big cover up For obvious reasons. They didn't want people to know that this had gone down the way had because there was basically no reason for these people being killed so they had to spin it they had to spin it and But then there were marines. Of course of what had really happened throughout India and took were caught wind of this and he was pretty disgusted by the entire situation. It kind of changed his outlook and it definitely changed the way he felt about being British night so he wrote a letter to Lord Chelmsford. Who was the viceroy of India time and renounced his knighthood and if you read his letter it's interesting because it is so formal so polite it's very written and very precise English but I don't know he's clearly very deeply disturbed by what's happened and can't reconcile being a night with supporting the definitely. We have a little excerpt from the letter just to give you an idea of how insensitive was by the situation. He says the very least I can do for my country to take all consequences upon myself in giving voice to the protest of millions of my countrymen surprised into dumb anguish of tear the time has come when badges of honour make our shame glaring in their incongruous context of humiliation. And I for my part wish to stand. Shorn of all special distinctions by the side of those of my countrymen who for their so called insignificance are liable to suffer degradation not fit for human beings so this was the end of this quote. Total cooperation with the British in it changed people's opinions of him to He wasn't the same guy anymore and I mean we can talk about that. Maybe I in a literary sense with the eighth. 'cause I people have suggested that this is part of the reason why gates opinion of Takur soured according to on a gentleman car to Gore's resigning his knighthood just didn't match up correctly with the idea. Yates had of him as this serene mystic from the East who certainly wouldn't get involved in politics certainly wouldn't do anything as bold as renounced his knighthood It it just didn't match up with Yates's to Gore and of course I mean we can assume there's some other reasons in here. Yates really didn't like to Gore's translations as we mentioned earlier He was probably bound to be disappointed in this creation. He had imagined for himself because to Gore did right so much more than just romantic poetry. He wrote essays and plays and prose. I mean we have to assume it. It did play a role. Yeah I mean I think it did but I think at the same time there had to be more to it. I mean they knew each other so he must have known that there was more Gore than just romantic literature and poetry that he wrote He did a lot of political writing a lot of speaking. He was kind of a voice for for the way he had publicly promoted him. Though Yep I guess so. That's true but I guess it was bound to happen since two other things anyway so there was bound to be some kind of falling out between them at some point but it changed. It changed what Yates Thought of to Gore. At least in the you know outwardly and it changed I think what to Gore thought of his own views. A little bit too definitely. He didn't really. He didn't really change his views about the east and west needing each other. He still thought that he still thought he wanted to see Kind of a universal land where where people are cultures would come together and there weren't all these barriers between them but at the same time he I think he was very conflicted about the situation that happened especially because he had English friends and so it made the situation kind of difficult for them and he tried to express these feelings through his work. After the fact yeah and after this he kept on traveling so he was still out and about in the world very much so He said who visited more than thirty countries on five continents Lecturing and having these extended conversations with people like Einstein on truth and beauty. They have this like amazing debate and music. I mean stuff that you wouldn't even you know think of Einstein talking about but I mean to Gore is is all over the world. He meets Mussolini and it takes them a little while before he starts hearing reports about the fascism that's going on in Italy from some `exiles and Denounces Mussalini. But yeah even then you know. His his tenancy are still Very polite and proper Interesting to read them. Up never loses his smooth talking But so he the going around the world. It's partially to speak because he's asked and to to speak on behalf of the Independence Movement But it's also to earn money for his school he still stumping for his cause which is education and he's still out there trying to keep the school this eccentric school that he started going And later this school in Shaun Tan becomes a university called Vista Bharati University in Nineteen Twenty One And so he has some success with that but it sort of peters out as he Yeah you were talking about it. The support it. What it's like today kind of more of a place where you can learn about him than a university. I think it's more to study his Philosophies and so forth necessarily but it does still exist. Yes you can still visited today. Actually I think that India's recently nominated to be a world hair UNESCO World Heritage site. You've been there. I've been there. I went there when I was fourteen although I can't remember too much unfortunately but I do remember it being very screen and And liking it lot. That's a rule of the PODCAST. You always have to mention the post. It makes everybody think we're we're going all over the world seeing all this stuff. Oh dear not really guys But I don't know even with all of this Traveling around the world and promoting in school and promoting his writings. He kinda kept his distance from the more confrontational side of the nationalist movement. He didn't get super involved in not even after this renouncing his knighthood and all that no. He's still kept his distance He was still part of it through his writings through his talks that he gave And he was still friends with Gandhi. Of course even though he didn't necessarily support a reaction that he did but but he didn't get too too involved and unfortunately he passed away about seven years before indy actually achieved independence in nineteen forty seven. But on the bright side maybe India's national anthem. Jonah Gone Anna is based on one of his song poems and another of his songs. Marshawn are. Bangala is Bangladesh's national anthem. Yeah so that's pretty impressive. Yes Sir I think so. He still gets to be a part of it. It's not easy to forget him at all. Still a big part of the national culture. Every time they sing the national anthem or here. It's about think of him and And Music Art actually an interesting fact about his art. He didn't take painting until he was about seventy years old. Which I think is amazing. So he takes the painting at age seventy yet somehow. He managed to create about two thousand paintings and drawings for he died around. Each eighty was busy though. That's incredible thank you so much for joining us today for this Saturday. Classic if you have heard any kind of email address maybe facebook url during the course of the episode that might be obsolete it might be doubly obsolete.

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"tagore" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"At Delaware park. I'm Joe out to Montana's eagles await the skins tomorrow night at the Lincoln try to even their record with Washington at six and six Dallas of courses at seven and five top of the division. We watch the other games around the NFL today and the only game where the team in the division is the giants and bears. And right now the bears leaving the giants team to seven just under two minutes to go in the first half. Eli manning with fifty yards passing in the first half. So far not the best day or the old veteran buccaneers lead the Panthers. Seventeen to seven dolphins. Heavy seven six lead on the bills Tagore's three colts. Nothing texans. Have a twenty nothing lead on the Browns late in the first cardinals and Packers tied at seven Rams lead. The lions. Ten to three Broncos seven Bengals nothing and the falcons on top of the ravens ten to seven. Meanwhile, the Sixers will be home tonight against the grizzlies at six o'clock tip off as they look for their fifth consecutive win college football playoff picture is complete number one. Alabama will take on number four at the home in the Orange Bowl. It's number two Flemington against number three Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl. Those games on December twenty ninth title game on January seventh. I two teams out where Georgia Ohio State Penn State. Meanwhile, finished the season with a playoff ranking of twelve waiter watch and win wager on all professional sports at the Delaware park sportsbook. Philadelphia's closest sportsbook details online at Delaware park dot com slash sports lottery agent for the Delaware lottery. Must be twenty one to play CBS. Three eyewitness weather mild. Some rain today. High fifty eight cloudy tonight, low fifty fifty six degrees now in Philadelphia. I'm Joe out the Monte at the story twenty minutes before and after every hour for breaking news and scores follows. Radio WIP on Twitter and like us on Facebook twenty..

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"tagore" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Why is it all clicking. Now for you and why didn't they click earlier in your career. You know, I think a lot of it is just a late bloomer and I think that it took a little bit longer than the shore. You know, look to really dig into my record. You know, I had like ten pro fights before I was even twenty one, you know. So I think I've literally grown up and became a man in front of everybody's eyes. There's no one's really paying attention. I think that I was geographically area. You know, when where I lived at anime was a little bit behind anyways, you know, we did fight a lot, but, but as far as you know, I wasn't on the west coast in California was the, you know, all the super technical guys for a long time. And also I think as the game caught up in the midwest and and started blown up, I think that I had more of an opportunity to grow, you know. So I think that's a little bit of it when I was younger, and I think just a lot of becoming a dad, you know, once I was a father, you know, everything started coming together and like I said, maturity wise instead of the growing and now. Physically my physical capacity meeting my mental capacity for the sport and things are just coming together. Now, how many children do you have. Three daughters, three daughters, amazing. And the oldest is how old. She's almost seven. Does she have any idea? I mean, I so what do we got? Seven. And then what are the other two, seven, a work and one. Okay, that's amazing. I have six, four in one. We're like, we're like kindred spirits here at the does the does the seven year old have idea what her dad does now. Yeah, yes, she does. We don't. We don't hide it all from from kids. You know, at least that's how me and my fiance, we don't. We don't shield them from the, you know what I do for a living for my family, and I don't think that I should high different. I know a lot of fighters do go end. There's nothing, you know nothing wrong with that either, but they don't really. Really attribute fighting consulate. So I think as long as we can keep those things separate, I think they're all right. But if you ask my kids, daddy, daddy fight so that I can buy. Was she watching live yesterday. Wow, that's amazing. Because usually I know you fight later on at night, so great to have an afternoon card. I'm wondering. So you've looked very good and you ask to fight, and let's let's be real. You look very good as middleweight recently up until the Tagore Santos, fine. I know that was an opportunity for you to take a step back and reassess things, but how much of a factor has the move been now you've done it twice to five. You don't have to as much weight. I mean, even watching you, it's shocking that you're able, you know, you were even able to make one eighty five to begin with. How much of a factor do you think this is in your success right now? I think a lot of it is is the move to five, you know? And and I know that people thought that I was making excuses when I said, are Adam leaving eighty five going to five? I can't do this in the way of killing me. I think that people thought that are that just is excuse for losing or whatever. And and I really meant it like I, I finally figured out that I was diminishing myself so much. I really think that I was fighting in a very small percentage of my capability of one eighty five. You know, I would be through my training camp and I would feel really good and then I would get to the way cut cut away..

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"tagore" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Why is it all clicking. Now for you and why didn't they click earlier in your career. You know, I think a lot of it is just a late bloomer and I think that it took a little bit longer than the shore. You know, look to really dig into my record. You know, I had like ten pro fights before I was even twenty one, you know. So I think I've literally grown up and became a man in front of everybody's eyes. There's no one's really paying attention. I think that I was geographically area. You know, when where I lived at anime was a little bit behind anyways, you know, we did fight a lot, but, but as far as you know, I wasn't on the west coast in California was the, you know, all the super technical guys for a long time. And also I think as the game caught up in the midwest and and started blown up, I think that I had more of an opportunity to grow, you know. So I think that's a little bit of it when I was younger, and I think just a lot of becoming a dad, you know, once I was a father, you know, everything started coming together and like I said, maturity wise instead of the growing and now. Physically my physical capacity meeting my mental capacity for the sport and things are just coming together. Now, how many children do you have. Three daughters, three daughters, amazing. And the oldest is how old. She's almost seven. Does she have any idea? I mean, I so what do we got? Seven. And then what are the other two, seven, a work and one. Okay, that's amazing. I have six, four in one. We're like, we're like kindred spirits here at the does the does the seven year old have idea what her dad does now. Yeah, yes, she does. We don't. We don't hide it all from from kids. You know, at least that's how me and my fiance, we don't. We don't shield them from the, you know what I do for a living for my family, and I don't think that I should high different. I know a lot of fighters do go end. There's nothing, you know nothing wrong with that either, but they don't really. Really attribute fighting consulate. So I think as long as we can keep those things separate, I think they're all right. But if you ask my kids, daddy, daddy fight so that I can buy. Was she watching live yesterday. Wow, that's amazing. Because usually I know you fight later on at night, so great to have an afternoon card. I'm wondering. So you've looked very good and you ask to fight, and let's let's be real. You look very good as middleweight recently up until the Tagore Santos, fine. I know that was an opportunity for you to take a step back and reassess things, but how much of a factor has the move been now you've done it twice to five. You don't have to as much weight. I mean, even watching you, it's shocking that you're able, you know, you were even able to make one eighty five to begin with. How much of a factor do you think this is in your success right now? I think a lot of it is is the move to five, you know? And and I know that people thought that I was making excuses when I said, are Adam leaving eighty five going to five? I can't do this in the way of killing me. I think that people thought that are that just is excuse for losing or whatever. And and I really meant it like I, I finally figured out that I was diminishing myself so much. I really think that I was fighting in a very small percentage of my capability of one eighty five. You know, I would be through my training camp and I would feel really good and then I would get to the way cut cut away..

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"tagore" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry

"Hyperventilating in like feeling like the dripping water on them like all the things that they were they were complaining about what a question of rating like it might have been a problem for them to make went too far it would end up being a pg thirteen movie and then no one's gonna see it maybe but i do feel that you could be right and that might be it but for me it's like because these things keep happening and she is horrible it's like she is tormented these poor kids that seem she makes that kid eat the entire chocolate states such an epic sequel has brutal that's okay but and it's horrifying wait wait you jumping around and i just gotta say like these the things you're talking about though are the reasons why we all still think about majeste yeah those are the it's because i know the choky like but here's here's the thing i know the cat no point here's my issue at the movie at no point so okay trump bull is the villain she's the tag tagore at no point does she really get a satisfying victory and because of that to me it diminishes matilda's victory at the end okay so because you don't actually so france yeah in the ms bailing if you watched the chocolate cake eating scene and imagine if they didn't all stand up and cheer and instead that poor it out or something horrible like that.

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"tagore" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Sorry really sort of jumping ahead but i thought that was really great and i think that sort of echoes amman what you are saying look we understand where you're coming from but you have to understand how in tagore stick your behavior is and really it's not helping you achieve your alternate goal you know so you have to sort of like turn the the lens back on yourself and sort of think about okay how am i being perceived how can i move forward you know what i'm trying to achieve in the best way possible that will be received by people to actually like make a change so i really appreciated that yeah we'll get to it but i think that this was the asia vicks conversation is the best possible way to send her off specifically having someone else through speak about her i think is great especially speaking about these issues i mean my entire opinion on the vixen essentially gets boiled down to this asia quote up is vixen handling it the wrong way yes do i understand where she's coming from absolutely that's sort of just been my running thoughts on her the entire time all right well speaking a little bit about what happens in this sort of pre credit scene we have vixen talking about everyone choosing to get rid of her mostly everyone in the who would you eliminate she goes after you rica again about her behavior and snatch game we get to see asia asia look like under the mass i know theorized that oh maybe she thought she was going to be in the bottom there's gonna be a huge reveal nope nothing but a lavar burton jordi laforge mustache going on that we we how was that.

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"tagore" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on WEEI

"They want to be close to all the fame he was going to be one of the penis listen the team i have not heard that yes serious po podcasts much destroy him but i was in the room with you you know it's not the kind of room or you're yelling and screaming was wait hold you can you play that we did tell him you already lost more time we're good go ahead close to all the fame is going to be one of the great titans history knew what kind of dark side he had before i'm wiz hold on he was going to be close to a hall of famer but also one of the great tight ends of all time so as one of the great titans of all time nitpicking on the show you've never do that hall of fame third time in great series for the music helps to yes nobody knew what kind of dockside he had some pretty good i can laughing in the background nobody works harder and nobody cares the most that's going to be we're doing this tomorrow i can't wait for friday i have no patience for this i need this friday like you wouldn't believe both through sixteen matchups tomorrow that's too many four it's not all one day get it down to the tournament time next week's tournament time take your time on your part of the show next week until the end of the week so maybe we can wait till then i don't know we'll do it friday thursday friday you wanna take the chance that he won't bail out and take the job in the afternoon well if he does that then it's not gonna handle set we've any other sound amir jerry from this documentary tweet comes out that this is dead himself what the hell is going on here what what what what is what when you look around the room that bewildered look why your dogs playing poker what is what is going on here tweet comes out that hernandez himself okay good so it's good quality television right that's that is a tv star in the making right there is no doubt tagore is going to be movie star i'm going to be a tv star what's wrong shirt you know where in the summer i'm not no po polish guy.

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"tagore" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"It's like you just gave her the ball is use it fully get it not so much a miller but she was so cute i just love watching our she was amazing and then on a final note i have to say i have discovered something a taekwondo that has changed the entire thing what might earphones oh my choosing it irritated that you have your earphones and she doesn't even realize lovie 'cause you have the what's a call i have those black little beats that going i'm not wearing the huge beats i have little black but that go in your ear what are you listening to you so all right so one of the things that i'm working on is this music thing and so i so i've been listening to the song and i just listen to it over and over for an hour oh my gosh that's amazing isn't that cool but then i just realized just listening to any music in general makes it so much more enjoyable and you know she gets annoyed sometimes if i look down at my phone right but when you i mean i sit through five and a half hours of taekwondo every week three hours of jitsugyo basketball ted is yawkey so many things like at some point you know how long can i stare row and especially when your kids aren't going and unita gray sanda work yeah and i have to sort of multitask sometimes but i knew way of bugs or but what i realized was i can put my music it might your especially tagore because its leaders or could have done with everything and watch her and it's like there's a sound track to what she turns it into a movie that's amazing i love that she's getting so good.

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"tagore" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"So that's the bureau mexico hasn't had that transition use the word which transition is that the either of them back to the dogs the dogs hang out i'm getting only to wear helmets we are awesome dogs today that pierce mmhmm mm i could still smell smell is interesting to spend any time on the process of going through the border yeah though heck i really liked walks through the process hold us the new jersey cat lady she should go tagore prieto in do some work that's the place for me if you really if you're new jersey save dogs you wanna like feel good about yourself said in that bullshit checked pita every month or year go i were prieto and just that's all i need say go there you'll know what to do hope off just bring like a hose inspire champ who start ricki are you wearing wait affluence up uh we got a letter about new jersey cat ladies and the guy was saying is much like joe about newsrooms cat lady says you're not far off is an animal rights activists if you're gonna make the sort of composite picture of an amber rights person it is a woman who lives on the coast in owns pets john key walks through the process into mexico so lic transition yeah it is it's a little it's a little different because it's serious you know a real serious no it all one laughs doing it no no no weighs less liquor you know we drive up there in our big white van which inches instantly just feel sketchy any way just having a big weight rental van and it's all that camera equipment pointing at us oh centres like these flatly you don't even have to stop a new human series just you're being recorded it feels like a dozen waves let's the us government yeah it's no i mean we haven't even got to the to the mexican party him they take a pictures of before you well the figure will they did you see the guy today have the little old school digital camera taken a picture of like the little vin plate an exit on the mexican other mexican cya whose where i and i was like that's an antique.

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"tagore" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Can you touch your toes can pray like now this your your right now i could do that too what's up next for you guys see of this movie coming out with chun's very exciting isla and you know one even though you say like it's not a golden globes i've news like this is all about entertainment it's about entertaining people taking we like to go to the movies so we can escape unseasonally cool and fun and an interesting and you guys provide action explosives and things we love that this would heed with should on no he got together a whole bunch of action stars and dependable and he put together this like a tribute to the 80s films just just real action by real people that can do it and it was so much fun to sit down and just go round with all these people that he calls his idol's is friends is beers there was a commodity and respected he had four so it's a it's a lot of fun can do something like them expendable was a big inspiration gallons of course slows inspect expendable zoning overhead and show them on you have gospel ruined in martic oscars carry the go to your career mit is use all of you agree knows your authorized shoes steel in shape no caretta champion i mean for dragging wealth on the dragging rose 11th i kickboxing champion i'm in for me it was the income through it and i just hope that i'll get to enjoy it because we already open it in russia like an thousands screens said and they live yet they loved tagore sold it pretty much everywhere internationally and now like this right it will be limited theaters in states next week it will be under your direct box and after that it will gun netflixing so i just hope that everyone who love old fashion action movies of elect showed on manila you know and my next film is maximum impact our dimension it under the guy who directed the andre about quota cuts to the grave.

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"tagore" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

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"tagore" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on KOMO

"A tug tagore coach car contains thirty six coach seats there were eighty customers traveling with us as well as five amtrak crewmembers on duty and a technician from towel go we have several senior amtrak officials were making their way here tonight and will be available through this both tonight and tomorrow morning thank you authorities say there are three confirmed deaths in the train derailment outside seattle city dupont fire chief larry creek more also says more than one hundred patients were transported for treatment monday after the train went off the track and sent some cars onto a highway below we've heard from the washington state patrol about the investigation into what caused the derailment over i 5 komos keith eldridge reports from near the crash site it is point on speed in that curve these traits go seventy to eighty miles an hour in a straight away the whole idea behind this bypass was to make things go faster are going to cut ten minutes off the tie from seattle through tacoma and down into a portland this bypass was supposed to be the fast alternate route but there is this curve just as it crosses over interstate 5 trains are supposed to slow down to thirty miles an hour there are preliminary indications nothing confirmed yet by the ntsb confirmed unconfirmed information that the train was travelling at a high greatest feed which would give a good explanation why the lead engine will go flying off on the far side by their cars going off with it still other cars in the jackknifing a breaking effort would actually prevent the train some of those cars from going off again that's the main thing they're going to be focusing on but they're not going to rule anything out there are also very reports there may have been some sort of obstacle on the railroad tracks and if they were going fast the question is why mechanical failure something to do with those who are in control of the speed that's all we come in the next few days reject dupont your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news komo propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now the dow gained one hundred forty points approaching the 25000 markets the dow's seventieth record high close of.

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"tagore" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Often you'll hear anecdotes leikola kid the kids can't play tagore at this university this professor was banned or censored and those are these like singular oneoff kind of details and then you have another detail that's like literally like what percentage of the economy is startups you know the very like a hard factual idea as an economist when you take like an anecdote like kids of this one school weren't allowed to play tag how do you evaluate that as like a real story that you should include in a book that's making a larger economic argument versus sort of a culture story because i think that on both sides of all these debates often little stories get amplified and the larger uh statistical story is not very interesting story about a kids not be able to play tag is more viral than a story about the percentage of the gdp that supplied by a startup companies in the the number that most grabbed my attention was in the productivity statistics they've been showing that america is much less innovative than it used to be um and people of sat all were not measuring innovation correctly surely innovations everywhere yup think about the tech world and just to take seriously will maybe those numbers their underrated may be they're correct and this as sociological routes that were wealthier we stay at home more there's new data on millennials they have left sex than earlier generations that to me is amazing somehow in the backline my presumption was each generation is going to have more and more sex because you know maybe in the '70s people had more sex than in the 50s so that trend has to continue and that was my presumption it turns out it's totally wrong and when you're wrong on things that forces you to reexamine and look back for your library and what else might be going on here change in mindsets society overall being more regulated people being more risk averse and people are sex ding more but i think they're having less sex because they're on social media and.

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"tagore" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"tagore" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on Short Story Long

"About a startup where the outcome is unknown yeah so it's danced the outcome is known it's a pretty big substantial business now the question is to sort of like how big how long what's its ultimate destiny but it's not going to zero yeah um whereas when you're in a startup and everything's at risk it's very binary language could it could take doubted it will end your idea i guess the part that is missing now is when we first started stance i remember i sat down with my friends from college and he's been a very successful entrepreneur and he told me about your new deal it's like oh yeah and he was totally expecting something tagore may be consumer electronics because of skull kandiah software he said suck and i just looked at him now i'm amid even better than like men's hosiery i love that he is i hung come again i it took him mooney you to see they're just like fog in his head you and then i said i think about skull candy what they did with headphones what if we applied that kind of design aesthetic to sox you know that's that's the thing and said oh i totally get it okay i'm it i want invest one hundred grand suites that had quick any is like because a one or two things will happen either one you're a total failure this was a stupid idea in aminat's you for the rest of your life your about the time you took a hundred thousand bucks for me for men sozeri for men cells radio and it will be the joke that i tell till the day we die or it so counter intuitive it'll actually work everyone else is thinking sneaker you're thinking salk it's different and if it does work cool than i'll make a ton of money so either way i win i'm in and you know that is like really great honest feedback 'cause most everyone else either says oh great idea awesome idea or they tell you you're nuts he shouldn't do it yeah um in and so to have one of your friends kinda give you the real though real value the the validation so anyways send up working it's ended up that the idea was validated it worked we have a business.

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"tagore" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"tagore" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The title of the book right you bring the distant near the book was originally titled borderline which is very dull i'm not very good a title and my editor at one of the poet that i i really we've in throughout the whole book is rabindranath tagore he's a poet and she began meeting all of its poem and she called me when we get it said what do you think about you bring the distant near as a title and i was just shocked because of all of its hundreds and thousands of poems that that poet had written on our wedding day thirty one years ago my grandfather had sent a translation of that poem give you read in our wedding you bring a distant near as a way to a brace the first foreign soninlaw and it ever come into our oh my gosh so beautiful right that is so beautiful wow so that title a lot of good memory oh i bet i bet i bet you're grandfather is smiling down i hope so oh i'm sure i'm sure he is you know um you say you called out of the fire escape to reading right wing you first move to flushing queens and you're trying to offer a safe place here for kids in in your website which is go ahead and give that out please yes it metalli perkins dot com i'll one work you can see i'm all over the internet you can do find the everywhere so and it's mit a l i metallic iraq okay last weekend yeah so so talk to us about that place it cia the middle east created in the book with your books i'm sure at a survivor of growing up hyphenated acting as a child it gets very complicated the rules at home the rules with school the customs at home the custom pool it they're totally different i felt like i needed a pass sport claim from school to home and home to school and that's when i discovered when i was a kid my sister took me to the flushing public library when we first moved here.

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