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Trump concludes India visit without major agreements
"President trump wraps up his first official visit to India today the president has been holding talks with Indian prime minister Narendra Modiji after a whirlwind Monday that saw him visit one of Mahatma Gandhi's houses deliver remarks at a rally in front of a crowd of at least one hundred and ten thousand and pay a visit to the Taj Mahal since his arrival in India trump has also confirmed that a three billion dollar arms deal would soon be signed between the two nations and called the U. S. partnership with India stronger than ever before trump is scheduled to board Air Force One for the return trip to Washington around eight thirty
Trump's quick India visit gets serious
"Nam president trump spending a second day in India or he's been greeted by hundreds of thousands of people visiting two of the country's most beloved cites the Taj Mahal and the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi Tuesday president trump focus on policy one on one meetings with India's prime minister after the meetings Mr trump told reporters the two had agreed on a big U. S. military sales to India expanded our defense cooperation with agreements for India to purchase more than three billion dollars of advanced American military equipment including Apache and MH sixty Romeo helicopters the finest in
Trump's quick India visit gets serious
"President trump kicked off a whirlwind trip to India on Monday and his first official state visit to the country as AP correspondent Julie Walker reports India poured on the pageantry for him with stops at the Taj Mahal and Gandhi's home state Anambra state trump rally with India's prime minister at a huge cricket stadium that undoubtedly is the biggest audiences resident has ever addresses some spoke of a trade deal has been hoping for but not god he's a very tough negotiator one thing he did get our representatives will sign deals to sell over three billion dollars in the absolute finest state of the art military helicopters and other equipment
Trump heads to India in first trip as president
"Today it's a quick trip to India for president trump and the First Lady but they did squeeze in some cultural time the president and Mrs trump made a short visit to the Taj Mahal spending about fifteen minutes inside the grand seventeen century mausoleum and taking in the sights outside posing for pictures during sunset the president told reporters traveling with him that the Taj Mahal was quote very romantic and incredible place is that perhaps some of the news photographers would win awards for their pictures of him in the first lady there Karen Travers A. B. C.
Trump's India trip includes massive rally
"President trump kicked off a whirlwind trip to India on Monday and his first official state visit to the country as AP correspondent Julie Walker reports India poured on the pageantry for him with stops at the Taj Mahal and Gandhi's home state Anambra state trump rally with India's prime minister at a huge cricket stadium that undoubtedly is the biggest audience resident has ever addresses some spoke of a trade deal has been hoping for but not god he's a very tough negotiator one thing he did get our representatives will sign deals to sell over three billion dollars in the absolute finest state of the art military helicopters and other equipment
"taj mahal" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Stages of discussion for an incredible trade agreement to reduce barriers of investment between the United States and India yeah you go there with him in the call centers will be here now because of our countries have been hurt by the pain and turmoil of terrorism that terrorism brings under my when he's on the teleprompter too formal but they love him in India were loved all over the world except for the swamp leaders they all you know in every country to swap faces the elite hate us the open borders crowd hates him but the people love him it was a big success for a look at the big going to go online to look at the pictures the First Lady and president trump visiting the Taj Mahal is a picture of him standing there looking at the Taj Mahal now for most people it is got a lump in your throat looking at it for most people you stand there looking way over the Taj Mahal it's such as incredible sight but if you don't think about it if you're Donald Trump you look at either it took a little more Lago monologue looks nicer than this Hey also realizes he's one of the few people I think is the only guy on earth is never owned his own Taj Mahal remember there was a trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic city copy the Taj Mahal so what you know unlike any other tourist he's looking at Taj Ralph again at my Taj Mahal was better this Taj Mahal and Marlow goes like this but ten times the size so it's still very successful trip becomes back I think tomorrow I hope he's back in time for the debate love when he goes after Bernie and all the food.
More than 100,000 people welcome Trump to India
"New Delhi the capital of India a country that today is welcome president trump with open arms now most states numbers Mr from the marked on a two day tour of India by speaking before his biggest rally crowd yet and what's been dubbed the world's largest cricket stadium the true strength of India is found in one hundred and twenty five thousand beating hearts in the stadium and the millions of people today the president is widely admired here in India for his pro business tough on terror image earlier Mr and Mrs trump stopped by Mahatma Gandhi's one time home in place of worship they're headed next for the Taj Mahal
Trump lands in India for start of two-day visit
"President trump has arrived in India for two day visit me call the subcontinent a special place hi sorry of the Indian nation is a tale of astounding progress call of democracy extraordinary diversity and above all a strong and noble people the president's itinerary includes a visit to the Taj Mahal
What will Trump's visit do for US-India ties?
"Meanwhile president trump is preparing for his first trip to India president and Mrs trump leave tomorrow on an official two day visit to India an invitation extended to the president by Indian prime minister Moti during the visit the president will pay tribute to the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi president and Mrs trump will also tour the iconic Taj Mahal in addition the president will meet with top business leaders of India as part of a C. E. O. round table India's now America's eighth largest trading partner in goods and services and is among the world's largest economies India has a trade surplus with the U. S. and the president has spoken often of the two countries reaching a trade deal at the White House John decker
Trump visits India amid burgeoning defense ties, trade tensions
"Meanwhile president trump is preparing for his first trip to India president and Mrs trump leave tomorrow on an official two day visit to India an invitation extended to the president by Indian prime minister Moti during the visit the president will pay tribute to the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi president and Mrs trump will also tour the iconic Taj Mahal in addition the president will meet with top business leaders of India as part of a C. E. O. round table India's now America's eighth largest trading partner in goods and services and is among the world's largest economies India has a trade surplus with the U. S. and the president has spoken often of the two countries reaching a
The making of Yanni
"In the nineteen nineties. I wrote an op Ed. For The New York Times where I tried to make sense and make fun of an inexplicable pop phenomenon that was sweeping the planet. Another single name star. Yanni was a huge deal at the time this new age composer and performer doing concerts at the Taj Mahal and the Forbidden City in Beijing. He released his live at the Acropolis album in the spring of Nineteen ninety-four which sold more than four million copies. This baffled me and my times s I propose facetiously that Johnny success must be the product of some powerful global conspiracy because this young Yanni guy and his music were so completely blah. Lots of people agreed. There's one guy the worst guy the music the Yanni man. You know Yanni first of all anyone who looks like a magician and doesn't do magic I don't like oh no. This is yawning. This guy is the biggest pothole I've ever seen in my life. So how did it happen? How did somebody who made? What sounded like high-end Muzak? How at that moment of Nirvana and a tribe called quest? Did he emerged as this superstar? Studio Three Sixty Seven Chong has the answers. The nineteen ninety. Tv special of Yanni's concert at the Acropolis has all the trappings of a musician. Doing a victory lap. After really hitting the big time there was set against the backdrop of the Parthenon backed by no less than the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Tossing back. His dark flowing locks as tap that his synthesizers while an enormous crowd cheered them on. But if you thought that this was Yanni's ward for being world-famous you'd have it backwards. Yanni wasn't on TV. Because he was a star. He was a star because he was on TV. Yanni was a niche player. He was big in his area. But that's relative George Barris produced and directed the live at the Acropolis special and worked with Yanni for years. He wasn't considered a big player. In the overall music field. Yanni's field was the world of instrumental electronic new age music. He had been releasing albums for a small new age label since the mid eighties and they got respectable sales within that market but the general public dismissed all that stuff as music for hot stone massages or being put on hold. He was being buttonholes. A new age artists and there was no superstar Andrea. If Yanni was well known for anything it was for being the new boyfriend of a celebrity opened. The front door opened the door. I took one look at him. I lost my heart. This entire one thousand. Nine Hundred Oprah episode is actually devoted to dynasty actress. Linda Evans and her meet cute with Yanni. It was as if he was made. Just for my eyes. I mean there's nothing about exposure was nice but Yanni wanted to be more than talk show fodder the frustration was. He was hitting like a glass ceiling. But we believe in the music we saw there could be used in a lot of other areas than just in elevators and that was the challenge we had to get it out there and let the public decide the what options beyond he have. His music wasn't really radio. Friendly an MTV wasn't exactly making a lot of room for instrumental new age composers. And then.
India Election 2019: The World's Biggest Experiment in Democracy
"Nurdin Georgetown University. Correct me if I'm wrong. But like the biggest experiment in democracy. The world's ever seen is happening right now in India, no correction, either that, that is unprecedented. The scale of what is being done in India over the last five weeks, which will conclude at the end of this week with an election that will have seen nine hundred million voters registered eligible to vote and some six hundred million votes. Expected to be cost over seven phases off election quite literally nothing like this has ever been tried before anywhere in the world. We have something on the order of three thousand plus registered candidates across five hundred and forty three constituencies, and that's probably an underestimate, because it doesn't include the myriad, folks running as independents, probably no chance of receiving more than a handful of Auburn yet. They're out there campaigning. Dr constituencies invite you quite honestly have twenty twenty five names on the ballot. So does not just a unprecedented exercise until the people participating but it really is mass democracy. And that lots and lots of people aspire to public office and compete for people's. So I guess the six hundred million dollar questioner funds. How do you get that many people to vote? How does the system work the election commission of India's a remarkable institution? Maybe one of India's premier public institutions, the tremendous legitimacy and credibility. It's national mobilization effort, you have eleven million voter fficials election officials who are recruited participation this election election commission guarantees that are polling booth. Appalling box will be provided with them to square kilometers of any population concentration, you have images that show some of your listeners scene of ballot boxes being taken to remote villages on elephant. By camel, literally, to set up a ballot boot for single voters who happen to be in flung, extremely remote areas. Could you tell me a little bit more about how people actually cast their ballots, because that is just so dramatically different than what people in, I don't know of a west might be used to the main difference. Is that unlike in the vast where we tend to associate ballot people with a list of names, the party relations the ballots in India would look most different? And that's because so much of this, large population, his functionally illiterate, the use of party symbols on the ballots makes very colorful things to look at right? I mean everybody has unique symbol that is approved by the election commission. What are these symbols, I think it might be a little. I mean in the states, we got, like what a donkey in an elephant. What are they got over there in India? They're much more colorful. They're much more everyday. The big ones, the ones most likely to see if you're. Walking around. An Indian Streeter village are the two associated with the big national parties. The current ruling government, which is run by the boxer Gionta party or the BJP party has the Lotus the hand which is the congress party symbol in the oldest party in the country is also ubiquitous other symbols include everything from the hammer and sickle of the communist party's to ions, you know, the kind of things you've used to press your clothes. The only limitation is that this cannot have religious connotations. So for instance, maybe India's most prominent and best known symbol is that of the dodge Maha, but because the Taj Mahal is a mausoleum of Muslim heritage that would not be appropriate and would not be allowed by the election commission. But other than that, pretty much anything you could think of could be a symbol bicycles. 'cause. Airplanes. All of that fed game. Tell me the bicycle parties, cool. The vice karate is very cool. They've government program to get a free bicycle. So isn't that cool?
What Muscle Soreness Says About Your Workout
"Freeze. No pain. No gain is a myth. If you've ever been hard on yourself because you didn't feel sore after a workout then listen up because soreness does not mean, you got a good workout. But it feels really good to feel sore after a workout it totally does. Yeah. I absolutely the day after I'm like, yes. That was so good. All I feel like death. It's awesome to it in that voice. Yes. Awesome. That's my that's my workout voice. So first of all, here's why your muscles. Get sore the technical term is delayed onset muscle soreness, which you typically feel between one and three days after a workout. We don't totally. Understand what causes it. But it's probably because when you exercise you create microscopic tears in your muscles, and those tears cause inflammation, and an increased feeling of pain most exercises can cause this feeling. But the biggest defender is anything that requires eccentric contraction that's the link thinning phase of a movement. Like when you lower await or you run downhill another big cause is just doing an exercise. You're not used to doing like starting a new workout program or going on a five mile hike when you haven't gotten out in a while. The thing is that inflammation around your tiny muscle. Tears means your muscles are rebuilding themselves and getting stronger, but that doesn't necessarily mean soreness equals muscle growth, muscle damage, isn't the only way muscles grow. And that's soreness isn't a really good indicator of how much muscle damage, you even have a paper in strength and conditioning journal found that participants felt that pain even when there was no evidence of muscle damage. Think about this the more you do an exercise the less. Tore you feel afterward if soreness meant muscle growth, wouldn't that mean, you get all the benefits of an exercise the first few times, you did it in that case, why would bodybuilders keep lifting and marathoners keep running? No, the reason you don't get as soared the more. You do an exercise is the repeated bout effect. That's an adaptation your body makes after the first workout to make sure your muscles aren't as damaged the next time. And like I already said damage is not the only pats is stronger muscles feeling great the day after a workout doesn't necessarily mean you slack off. It could mean you're getting fitter as much as some fitness buffs love to hurt. So good. It's not always necessary and feeling to sorta workout is a guaranteed way to slow your progress. As always the key is balance you're saying if you do work out, and you do feel sore once or twice. That's okay. Yeah. There's nothing wrong with feeling sore. But there's also nothing wrong with not feeling sore.
"taj mahal" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover
"Time stepping up to eight hundred full with Taj Mahal go forward. I saw go with the blink is back on. But I think Trevor foles will sit genuine Tampa which sets it up perfectly for Vilius which guy ROY trust. Huey Bowman Vilius and north watched. I mitt loss. Stott Vilius got the job done. But was is fifty three dollars ten the market took a little sit against him. Whereas watch with photo ID into straight Ola sixty the get close there. Four percent there in the market differential on expect that to happen this week. I spoke, moody and moody Jain awful spoke bath the hoses before. And I said a Vilius looked like it needed that Ron most improvement to come out of the rice. I expected to going in bands. And of that wing, and I expect Vilius to win on Saturday or good estate. He's the best, and you would think he'd be he'd be winning the rights, but want to talk about a cutlass things different Spade in this rice and the tactics not watch diming line. Drawn various seeks Avila says drone one what wouldn't you Vilius backing on your lift down and just hold him up as much as you can and not get to links in front of him and let him up and saw last out when he beat him what for those little battle tactics between not watch end Avila's, but trap full touched on that. He was held up. I up. He's a whole set locks to fray row he gets out to a distance that really suits. Now. The I'd eight hundred and drool net wide barrier and Jon Allen going on what team Tyke it up. We're all alone, just ause clip. And then down that saw. The six fifty seven hundred open them up Mike truce, dying Taj Mahal an ice guy with him. And it'll be on long donkey comb battle tactics genuine spayed trap fulls h wildlife ame- the about he has tipped Vilius. Just he's the best the best should be winning. And should we waiting Why have? have they got stay art before we got to Brockton around the country. Let's have a look at the Hobart up in Sydney. This is the return is as as the best stallion base cult in the country Josie doesn't walked across. You've said, it's absolutely poisoning. Your words you'll yet as I've Maxine poison Thais dis Adullah fifty just to show from mounting Biegel expecting probably to win. But there's no speeding. This rice, violates go forward and making choice, but look you'll probably weaned, but you just go to drift on the dial expecting to drift is locking their bench my courses when he won the cool field Guineas. He was gonna give them winks in the cokes plight, and this, and that all believe that he's an absolute stop he on rice die you arching far up and he's trawls. He's buying a little lies and shoulder distances and the trawling blinkers and Scifo, but you watch him when he kicks in on rice dyke callous, big die coat stallion and the. Dolphins. Okay. Gained from guide three webby. That foul. Why he doesn't have to get wrought at the bacterial? And he's just he's a real top lawn of this blog, and he'll go with bacteria winning wise against these benchmark holes all would've thought the autumn sun. Whatever happens, we know that this is probably the campaign before started grad saving around. We're gonna take a break. Now when we come back. We'll of course, go around the country. But also that you panel Bates. Mac the fray wad night. Cav? I it's time to go around the country and find you some wins. We that sting is. We'll we'll come back to say. Josie. That's four months from Julie nothing. Let's start with you might put you have a sign this. He's had w I tape Bryce seven number eleven Carrico. It was a foster twelve hundred pin Jaroslaw style. It was at three or four Rice's. That rice was the fastest good off a good Tampa. We'd love that. He can win a game. Right. Seven number eleven. No you go onto forcing nightside. Bill rice to rise to number. One picky. Blonde is good show. Doesn't host run any faster. It was good stood behind hefty on that foam rice. He's very good constructive..
"taj mahal" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"A very nice person. We're very excited to have you on the show. We're gonna ask you four quick questions. If you don't know the answer, just take a guess, and you can't get any help from anybody around you. Okay. All right. All right question. Number one. If the vice president know, if the president meets with the vice president on a biweekly basis, how often does this meeting take place. Four years every four years is that what you said, that's a really can we accept every four years. No close. Actually, it's it'll be. It's biweekly. So whenever the yell I two plus community decides that they should meet then they sign off on. Yes. Close the okay. So. Yeah. It's a hard one. Exactly. Go right where you're coming from. Question number two, where can you where can you find the actual Maza Liam the Taj Mahal? The Muslim the Taj Mahal can't get any help from anybody. It's a mountain. No. Butte montana. Beautiful beautiful. They got a really big copper pit. And then just right at the side of that is this beautiful beautiful Taj Mahal Muslim you have to sometime. It's nice. What does Sifi stand for? Yes. I could what does Sifi stand for. We're. Yeah. It's. Stanford Greek tragedies. Okay. It's okay. It's a hard one. Nobody's ever going to do that. Wanna think one over question number four who is the well known civil rights activist who refused to give up her seat on the bus. Well, we're going to be. Go batting thousand here and. It was aunt Jemima Jemima. Yeah. Yeah. Butte Montana from byu. In fact, she lived in the Taj Mahal for time shadow which is weird because it's a mausoleum. I don't know why. But she did. So you'll get thank you. Been in complete delight you've been so great. We're gonna send you the home version of. Yeah. Doesn't exercise right. Okay. Thanks. All right. Nice is the nicest we've ever had sweetheart. Absolutely. Yeah. I like at least you send her the party gift. So. Cheated erupted me, so all right. We got Bev in New England. Beth? Yeah. How you doing this morning good? I'm just trying to get my customers. Are you a smoker? Beth? Yes, I. Yeah. I like both. Both kinds of smoking. One of the two guys of smoking. We're talking about here. Meets the wacky. Okay. All right. Well, Bev we're gonna ask you four quick questions. If you don't know the answer, just take a guess. Okay. And you can't ask anybody for hill. Nobody. Yeah. All right. Good. All right here. We go question one. If the president meets with the vice president on a biweekly basis, how often does this meeting take place. Twice. Exactly. Right. Good job. All right. Where can you find the actual Muslim the Taj Mahal? Say India, but I. Exactly, right. Correct. You can find it there. And of course, right next to Trump plaza. What does the abbreviation Sifi stand for? I don't know. I know it's scary movie. Scary movies. Situation comedies. I know I know I don't either. Right. The pumps. We'll we'll get. We'll okay, we just got one more quick one. And then and then you can get to your pumps who is the well known civil rights activists who refused to give proceed on the bus. A woman to woman. Okay. Name's Betty Crocker. And yeah, she went on to do some other things with your palm. Are the pumps? Okay. They're not gonna explode. Not working. I closed shop and go home for the Super Bowl weekend. Are you a patriots fan? Beth? Thanks bind. You am. I what you'll patriots fan. Yeah. Oh my God. Five years old sixty win them since the six. Nineteen to listen to. I would have thought we're. They do rally in Boston. Yeah. Do you remember Steve Grogan Steve Grogan great quarterback? Right. Love to be so hot. How about this new guy? This new guy. This Brady's pretty pretty incredible too..
Taj Mahal Guards Take Up Slingshots Against Monkey Menace
"Them. They've even killed small child a monkey snatched a baby from his mother back in November vitim dump them on the roof and the boy did die Indian security guards at the Taj Mahal have begun cracking down on these monkeys but with an unusual weapon using slingshots because according to India's wildlife Protection Act, they're not allowed to kill them. You're not permitted even harm wild animals. So they just use slingshots and just try to scare those monkeys away wins news time six fifty six. Now, Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins. Here is Ed Corry. Food industry has been evolving to cater to consumers who were busy and living. In
India facing rising pollution levels
"Every foreign posting has its perennial Goto stories the events or us that pop up time and time again over the years, and sometimes correspondent can witness one of these stories emerge and become a regular fixture in the news cycle. Well, ten years ago air pollution in Beijing made headlines, but it wasn't much of an issue in the rapidly growing megacities of India now, that's changed to sausage government action has could tangled toxic emissions in and around. Beijing while New Delhi is choking and pollution levels in northern India now worse than they ever were in China for South Asia correspondent, Chevron he knew it's already becoming a yearly needs story. I had a couple of weeks Christmas live in tropical Queensland and arrived back in Delhi just before the new year in that little gap between the plane and the airbridge it hit me in the face, a big whack of toxic foul tasting air even inside the airport. I could see a poll of yellowish. Gray. Guests feeling the arrival whole arriving in daily and winter is a shock to any visitor unless you used to the feel and taste of putrid, filling your mouth and coating it tongue before you've even hit the streets. The here is the Tory sleep bad all year round. But in winter, it becomes even more toxic as cold air prevents the pollution cloud from rising or being blown away. The official health advice is simply not to go outdoors. This is sadly exactly the story. I told a year ago on correspondence report when I arrived in Delhi to take up my new posting as South Asia correspondent are shocked to discover how bad the air really warrants. And I've no reason to believe the air quality will improve in this country anytime soon, it's that time of the win. Despite what anybody says or does air pollution in the national capital region seems to get worse Norris by no let up this year. It's no different with the education crisis makes headlines here, but that doesn't galvanize public or political will to do something about it late last year, the Lancet medical journal released a report that should have shocked. India into action it found that one point two four million people were killed by air pollution in India in two thousand seventeen that's one out of every eight deaths in the nation. It pollution now causes more deaths than tobacco here and half of those killed under seventy. Eight years old a report from the World Health Organization earlier last year found fourteen of the fifteen most polluted cities in the world are in India. The same report said that air pollution caused the premature deaths of one hundred thousand children in twenty seventeen. Children are one of the groups most at risk and coping mechanisms for parents, abound. Schools ask parents, not to let their children go outside when the pollution reaches hazardous levels. One popular online forum for ex pats living in Delhi illustrates the lengths that foreigners. Ken and do go to to try to keep their children safe. Their posts about karate classes being held at people's houses to ensure kids can socialize and exercise, but without going outside a notice one mum on the forum talking about an indoor rock climbing wall. She had built an installed to keep her children active without exposing them to the toxic air the pollution in. India is even turning the white walls of the iconic Taj Mahal green in the middle of last year in the boiling hate of summer. I watched as dozens of men scaled the partially shut monument to scrub scum off the roof by hand by now, it'll be caked in filth. India's gearing up for national election in April may this year. But pollution doesn't seem to be gaining traction as an election issue. The more valuable votes are in rural areas where pollution is less of a problem and even in Delhi most of the population is poor. So how to feed your family is a more pressing issue than the quality of the air, you breathe. And so once more I switch over the air filters in the great buzzing purifies, I used to keep the office, and my Badri slightly less toxic is a little orange light that flickers day and night, the one that takes the tiniest pollution conference known as pm two point five. They the ones that a tiny than a human hair ones that into the lungs and then the bloodstream and can cause cancer heart and respiratory diseases. The light glows and angry orange because despite pumping and purifying et twenty four seven the machines, cont low of the pm two point five to a safe level. All the privilege and technology in the world confines a pollution problem. It's getting more dangerous by the year this Chevron Hanyu in New Delhi. The correspondence report.
K-Pop band BTS apologizes for boy-band members' atomic-bomb shirts, swastika hat
"Over two weeks ago on October twenty ninth a seemingly routine lion air flight took off from Jakarta, Indonesia, thirteen minutes later, the Boeing seven three seven crashed into the ocean. There were no survivors. Now experts say Boeing withheld information from the pilots that may have contributed to the crash. Dennis Taylor is a seven three seven pilot. And spokesman for the pilot's union. At American Airlines, I asked him to explain what may have happened in the lion air cockpit. If I take what Boeing has described to us. They've linked the lion air crash to in aronie a away gauge alays the angle of attack gauge instrument that's on all aircraft. And that is the truest measure of what the wing is doing when this gauge fails, it triggers, an incredible amount of alerts and things that get pilots attention. But for the wrong reason, so confusion probably reigned really high in the carpet. You know, there's a human component, you know, just Amelie. Okay. Here's what we have. There's moments of processing what's going on while that's happening as described by bowling, and the FAA the aircraft is starting to take control of itself when that data stream that gauge is in sending proper signals that could trigger a nother automated system that we were not aware of that automatically induces the nose down direction without pilot input in a way that is completely counter to the actual condition of the aircraft in
"taj mahal" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Grainger for the ones who get it done the Vikings. You have to be pleased that you hell the saints to their second field goal of the night. They lead it twenty two thirteen to Arlyn's does. But it's only a seven point game the Vikings who all get the ball. Cheryl's is back deep to receive right at the goal line to the right? US Bank stadium sold out as you would imagine a beautiful facility right in downtown, Minneapolis. The dome it served its purpose. But this place is the Taj Mahal compared to the dome. This is special little building here. Never Britain here came to the Super Bowl last year left because it was too cold. Builder cheryl's. Let's stop ball out of the back of the end zone. Jason as you get older, you get colder. And when you're living in south, Florida, you're gonna get even colder would you come up here to the great North Korea. Listen, if anybody's listening to us for the last couple of years, they don't want, but very tough when it comes to subzero temperatures would say subsea Rodney like below fifty zero copy below fifty like, well, we leave here tonight. Oh. Is your sweater? We walk out. It'll be I doubt for the twenty five yard line. I formation for the Vikings with Murray. The debate off the playful causes the throat looks right Trump's right roles left. Now, he's gonna run left. He still has the football. And he's taking. All three covered by the saints. It was stripped out by Marcus Davenport at the eighteen rolled over on top of it. Again, the saints come to the back of the end zone. And they celebrate with a defensive team picture. What a play about that before. His deep. All right. So causes the might be there might be they'll review all turnovers. Cousins staying on the field. We're looking at the replay is under review Davenport had his hands on it. Trying to strip it as the knee went down for cousin. Sorry, we'll take a timeout eight oh five to play third quarter saints up twenty to thirteen. You're listening to Sunday night football on Westwood One. The natural habitats of the creepy. Doll is a horror movie it can't help being creepy. It's that small fixed smile, and there's never closing is always worn which you're mentioning it's mindless, but when the creepy doll, here's the guy code not only saves people money, but also gives.
"taj mahal" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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"taj mahal" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"Three percent plumbing in two percent. Little white beans. Little white beans is Super Mario brothers. It's not tetris. Taj Mahal I think was her giveaway. Yeah. Apparently she was like, if you belong and you fit perfectly into everything, you all die. Disappear view. Tetris all those walks. It's not the Taj Mahal. It's like red square. I mean, probably I think it is because it was made in Russia right now. Number one for the second game, I can gain second game. Did you have anything about how the creator of tetris finally came to own tetris like two years ago because it was created when when there was no private enterprise. Yeah. And so through this crazy convoluted like semi legal, semi financial arrangement, he came to own it like literally like a mathematician out of so much money. I call the math magician. All right. Second game I sent number one, I feel like John snow just landed in is and Mr. peanut and Tom Hanks tag along on his quest to warrant Hogwarts headmaster. Groot that the British are coming. Wow. So a lot of things. I don't know if this is universal, but for me for me, sexual congress. What would you do it for? Like that's it. Second, it seems like the thing took magic classes and eight. It's Wheaties, but is still working through some aggression. Wow. I played a video game where you are different guys. You're marvel guys had to fight against bad guys from that. Yeah, and you could be human torch and maybe you could have been the thing that I don't remember what it was called. I got it from my friend, Jordan, he used to get my Jordan used to do did like five video game reviews on television. And then he for the entirety of the time that he worked for that television network. He would just get literal like piles of video games and video game. Sounds awesome. L. for that sounds amazing. It might have been marvel versus Capcom the game. That's. That's a fighting game, right? Yeah, this was this was like a game where you go through like God's growing, like you're walking down street Christian knows what it is. Christian told me on the talk back. Mark. Man. I mean, it's not number three. There are lots of improbably floating land slivers lots of improbably floating land slippers, and it's not Super Mario brothers. This is a new one that's not Super Mario, bright. It's not Super Mario brothers supermarket, whether it's too you can fly in only if your Princess peach, but now what about the little? Oh, that was was Super Mario by this three where they had the little shoes that made you fly. Oh, the the, the raccoon suit where you could fly out? Yeah, that's why going to tell. Yeah, it's Super Mario brothers, three, four thousand. Honestly, there's probably the entire cast of law and order s for you in this thing. I really couldn't tell you why how? Here's the thing we've talked about John snow Mr. peanut Tom Hanks Hogwarts the British law and order SVU all these things. We've talked about this game since we've been in this in this office, but not to you does recording this episode and we were talking to Christian. The sound engineer who's outside right now and. We talked about this game doesn't ice tea. Have a video game podcast. Meaning of the cast of. I, I mean, if he doesn't, he should. I think he does making that up. Interviewed ice t one time. Have you guys ever met? I take now. Unfortunately, we have not for my failed NPR program. Foreign. I interviewed ice tea one time. I don't think I have ever met a more charismatic human being really ice tea is like fifty. Seven. Yeah, he's kind of paunchy. He's like a little too ball to have his signature hairstyle. Like there's nothing about ice tea should work. But the second he like gets in your line of vision. You're like, oh my God. Yeah, you're like, I'll listen to anything you say Mr. t. is that who you were talking about when you said every characters. Mr. ice tea? Mr. t.. Number five. Oh, and yeah, you can add magma or coil standing thing because sure Dow also what was the what was the sex game? He kept saying your sexual congress, sexual congress. This is a very perverted sounding title for a game. Just got that. I genuinely don't know guys..
"taj mahal" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"The best way to handle a dead body. Are you undid or spirit? How were you buried? None of that go, yes, no. And on some level, it is morbid, but we have to think about it. Some of the most meaningful buildings in human history are actually tombs. The pyramids of Egypt, the Taj Mahal in India, even Westminster Abbey in the UK. And today we're not just talking about the tombs you can visit and we're not just talking about tourists tips for visiting a famous gravesite new. We are exploring a genuine and successful cover up a mystery spanning almost one thousand years that remains officially unsolved today. Today we are searching for the lost tomb of Jenga's con. The very opposite of the tune that I was talking about the mausoleum which. An above ground tomb that was a later development. We're talking about tombs that they don't want you to find not big old, decorative suckers. Yeah, the, yes. And specifically this fellow named jingles con who I hate to admit did call Gingas Kahn flamed quite a bit of my life. Yeah, I think it's it's very common for us here in the west because you know, these are two very different languages. Yeah, we're talking about a vast span of time. So even if you if you spoke an adjacent language of the time, the mispronunciation won't be very easy to run into, and that's what Bill and Ted called him. Yeah. And you see that GE just that? Yeah, e. after g. Yeah, give me a an also. English is such a pirate language, which is the rabs things arbitrarily feels for for Chanel, Aries. So let's let's look at Jenga's con from from a biographical perspective. Let's start at level. One learns more about him. His real name was not Jenga's con. He was born Tim Rusian in Mongolia around one thousand one hundred sixty two c. e. right, correct. Yeah. And he was named oddly enough after a toddler chieftain that his father had captured. So it was a point of pride to name him. After that he was a member of tribe called the virgin. And by the way we are going to most likely mis pronounce everything. But Jenga's con here and he Tim ocean was a descendant of Kabul Khan who briefly United the Mongols against the chin dynasty of northern China in the early eleven hundreds. Ben con is an last name, right? It's a title or like refers to being like a king or he also. Conquer of yes or according to the secret history of the Mongols. This fellow Tim Zhen was born holding a blood clot in his hand, and that might sound weird today. But back then it was an auspicious, sign, Mongol folklore indicating that he was destined to become not just a leader, but a great leader and he did not have an easy life. He was nine years old when his father passed away. His father was poisoned after his father taken him to live with the family of his future wife who is named bore Taytay..
"taj mahal" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Furniture and get started. Don't have to go crazy and go furniture shopping brand new stuff, you know in the money, but you pause it and you buy good used furniture somewhere for your living room and that kind of stuff and go get you a couple of beds and you know you basic stuff. We don't have to go crazy here. We're not decorating rental like the Taj Mahal for southern living or something, but but you know, you're if you have to leave your, it's mainly your pulse tree stuff, right? Yeah, upholstery and any like we can take our kitchen. Anything that's metal signs, but like the upholstery. On Xtra TV's stuff or fine, aren't they. Yeah. As long as it doesn't have a fan or motor, it's fine. Okay. Wow. Did you have any kind of insurance? You have renter's insurance that would cover any this so they will cover fifteen hundred dollars. Oh cover. Yeah, that'll get us some stuff and that'll help you get the move done and some of that one of mess man. So what's your household income ninety? Seven thousand. Okay. Well that's good news. So yeah, I it's gonna take you. You're gonna be on hold a couple of months with your deposits moving and you're moving costs and some of your, you know your replacement stuff and that kind of thing. And then you'll be back at it. The good news is it'll be easier to fight the debt with her healthy. Yes, yeah. And that's that's what she's she's a nurse, but so that'll that'll definitely help when she's better. Yeah, yeah. 'cause I'm sure that's a great income are good part of your income, so. Yeah, absolutely. Are you guys are going through that? But yeah, you, you know, you have a huge mess on your hands. You have to stop and address this and then come back, but don't take again, just don't use the emotional aspects of this because this is emotional. I mean, she's ill, you're moving, you're mad. All of that. Don't use all of that to go overspend on furniture. So. That makes sense. I think I think my heart struggle is, like I said, the kids, I don't like I don't know toy wise or stuff like that. I mean, I know they don't need a ton of stuff, but I guess I don't know how much to make their life normal again. It makes sense. Well, I mean, it I probably do that in a couple of phases. I'm probably going to hit it. You know, one lick in this initial run on the kids putting their toys box back in place, and, and you know, get get some things going there and then you know, make another run at Christmas or something. That kind of thing. But I, you know, I don't know how opulent -ly your kids are living now and how much we gotta put back, but I also not asking them to play with Iraq. Okay. Yeah, somewhere in between there obviously, but we wanna be kind, but again, don't just don't be so emotional on the one way that we come back to, you know, literally, you have to play with Iraq and a stick. That's you're not that poor. You make ninety seven thousand dollars a year. Okay. And then on the other hand, they don't need some kind of Hooper expensive thing that has to be bought today or their life is going to dry up and they're going to need counseling when they're thirty. Oh bull. You know, very few things we own really. 'cause all that. So that's how I'd get out if I were in your shoes. Hey, good question. I'm sorry, you're facing all that Marley is with us in Knoxville. Hi Marley. How are you. Doing fine. Thank you streams. I did have a question for you on sixty one. My full retirement age is sixty six. I don't have any savings at this point. I was a caregiver for my mother for thirteen years. She had dementia and the last four years I wasn't able to work much. But anyway, good news. I cleared out twenty thousand dollars in debt sold the piece of land I had. But I'm wondering what to do from here because do I need to get savings for new ity Bill savings against.
"taj mahal" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Tickets, but those your show in here, it's ludicrous on the American street or the ex Pat St. league day. It's it was kind of the new Potter takes a new pot Pottstown all time. Uh-huh. Beautiful. Souso I really like it. Yeah, I think it's like super underwriting. I think it's a great place, but I wouldn't. I'm kind of done travelling domestically, really. It's all the same. He sets everything's the same. Have you ever seen the fucking stone soldiers deter the terra cotta warriors. I mean, it's kind of like the Taj Mahal in that. Yeah, you get your photo with it, but you have to really fight to get there. And there's nothing else to say around that. Sits up in the north sort of central north China. I guess they call it the west somebody else wants. I was like, no, I didn't go. There wonder why. But I guess that's why it's really far away and there's nothing there to see some Melissa great wall how much of statues that you will see it on a plane for hours all of those taxi rides in a city that looks like all of those other cities you being for Jesse? I don't do it. No. Okay. So tell me about this and what we were talking about with like some of these videos. You get to see that you wouldn't get to see here in America. Yeah, I don't know why is that? They don't censor it whether, but they definitely have the capacity to census stuff because they have been videos since I've been there that have gone like mind blowing Lee viral, like a billion people. So I'm in the dike doesn't it's people who can't comprehend. Dez told me once he was on some like reality show in in China, I was. I was a big show at. It's like twentieth of the night, not even big. Okay. Somebody's thirty eight million people. What is twenty twentieth of the night. You don't realize how many people are in the story about the guy dash and that Dez knows he's like demise, famous white guy, and China is a Canadian guy and fit ease ago. He was the so they have this show called the that for the Chinese need this GAO shot. Right? And it's watched by five hundred million people like literally, that's how many people are watching it, and he was on it to face wacko to ebb fist non Chinese ever be on it. And then he subsequently on it like four times. So he didn't even know how it was when he says or it. And he's like, okay, there's like four hundred people in the studio, whatever. Maybe some people sort on the next. He's walking down the straight fish pets. It's like, oh, he's in the studio. Last night. Second is he's like, every single every single person is, is it's mind-bending how he's. Yeah, what guy? Yeah, funny thing is I don't even know his English name. He's just big man. I, I remember getting my going for that trip and going to the. Embassy or whatever, say the visa office in New York? Yeah. And then like it not working out and. Because they were like, I was like, what are you going for going for work? And they're like, where's your letter? Tation? Where's your? Where's your paperwork? All this, Mike, I don't know. And like you need a letter of invitation from the government of the you need this and that. And I was like, oh, excuse me. And I remember like like a Skyping, you guys, I don't have to stop and you're like, oh, no, don't tell me a working. It was back to the early days of going to Canada. He just going to visit somebody and I was like, did you guys go back in line and tell them you their vision like I was just in line. You'll know me, then you guys, I don't know if it was you like, I know you don't have the way you can't tell Chinese part. It works. Exactly. Yeah. You can go to the same window. Go get lunch and go back and try not to go, but you can. It won't matter. And you're right. K. k. barely looking up. Yeah, I, the funniest was like kit mitzvah. He just want he was in line and like while see was in line, he realized they're going to hold onto his pop possible for day and he had to fly to buffalo the next day. And I really liked kit like he's really got dude..
"taj mahal" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Oh and i was looking at the world list are you think taj mahal bean right there check them off okay in the us now hold on now now i want to know what else would be there like the statue of liberty go obviously the golden gate bridge if it was on the world one would be on or golden gate bridge i thought they had a list on this thing and now i'm okay here we go no but it's a video i'm not gonna play the whole game segment my friend always bags me to take her to the bean and now it's just become a joke that i won't take her there you should just never do because a protest taj mahal cloud gate number nine biltmore estate in asheville been there it's cool brooklyn bridge at number seven statue of liberty empire state building number five the uss arizona memorial in honolulu the lincoln memorial in dc the golden gate bridge is number two and number one is alcatraz i've been to all the hawaii tweeted says over the statue of liberty again and taj mahals number thirty eight on this list so bad news for taj mahal people bean is number ten i was very upset about this the sydney opera house at number twenty but the beans at ten this is the worldwide list i'm so confused i don't even know what matters anyway here's what's interesting is looking at this is anything on the world okay alcatraz alcatraz island and the golden gate bridge are the only two in the top ten of their choice award for the world i feel like alcatraz on the same top ten list with the vatican i feel like we have other things that are cooler to see you know like better landmarks for the world to come gather around too it's cool but you're not an all like wow this is special yes yes overhaul so emotional families like i'm first generation immigrants right off the ball like i got emotional there.
Mammoth Mountain, India and Santa Monica discussed on Wake Up Call
"Fly infestation the fly problem is so bad va officials have been reportedly forced to postpone eightythree surgery since november of two thousand sixteen va officials have also installed fly lights and more than two hundred traps around the facility the hospital's chief of staff and others have even complained about the bugs and at least one doctor claims the va retaliated against him and suspended him because he spoke out about the problem in a statement the va said if found zero evidence of harm to patients because of these flies but officials close operating rooms as a precaution the agency says it's also working to make sure this doesn't happen again monica rix kfi news a late season snowstorm has dropped a few inches at mammoth mountain the small storm tuesday bumped up the resorts obey step to fifty inches at the main lodge one hundred twenty five inches at the summit resort says it's going to stay open through at least memorial day last year mammoth didn't close until early august so a little snow is good but a lot of rain is bad a powerful rainstorm in india has killed at least seventy two people wind speeds reached eighty miles per hour yesterday in agra home of the taj mahal the storm toppled trees and houses and some people were killed by lightening strikes the storm is unusual because monsoon season is still six weeks away the world health organization says air pollution kills around seven million people a year the u n health agency estimates about half of the pollution deaths in two thousand sixteen were caused by dirty household cooking fuels the other main cause is ambient air pollution which is worst in large cities the who's latest report says nearly all of the fifteen most polluted cities on earth are in india an eighty year old man is facing hate crime charges don't know if you saw this yet but he went on a racist rant against a woman in a parking lot in santa monica so what set him off a little appears to be a spat over a parking spot you can check out the video with the heavy bleeping at kfi am six forty dot com keyword wakeup call very excited about this the dead pool truck come into.
"taj mahal" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
"First would always throws off in the second one brings you back on healthcare while i have now the second one is just past the taj protected forest at the bend of the moon oh ties ma that taj mahal is exactly right seven points nice try this one rinsing roughly four hundred miles equip distant from two south american capitals the equator no shoes that will sugarloaf no it's a good guess two the south american capitals add in the mountains in the valley below my new national park in the mount what she that again in the mountains in a valium the low manu national park excavating for then in lome in the mountains what's in the mountains by the valley are we in brazil we are not going so that we in venezuela we are not are we in she lay i don't know about you but i'm not known hinting no none of all keno and to those two to the equidistant from the south american capitals in the mountains below my new national park add at the end of a torturous uphill trek from teachers match choose from art westoriented for ruehe starred three points for that dry this when i love this paula this is a dirty trick but will try it anyway at the southern terminus of the marseille ferry on the bay of algiers pasqua langkah accounts absorbing the cash back although dortha i didn't even have a chance to go uppermost in the minds of pepi will appeal and finally turkey we get ten from new got ten points for that when and finally try this when murray about twenty five miles south of the school fueled barracks forest reserve scofield barrick doesn't that sound familiar yet you're does forest reserve yep um scofield barracks.
"taj mahal" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Trump's taj mahal costing a billiondollar charge it's in charge it's he's the president of america trump's taj mahal costing billion dollars opened in april at 1992 great fanfare it was billed as the eighth wonder of the world this is a big deal hugh should deal but the taj mahal missed its first interest payment in 1990 okay members the 14 percent interests at its way behind it's a wayoverbudget um also uh the casino didn't pay the people who built it at says shocking to us the new jersey casino control commission said at least two hundred fifty three subcontractors weren't paid in full or on time including workers who had installed walls chandeliers and plumbing together they were owed sixty nine point five milliondollar end end your allowed to you are allowed to do that because you're like your other option is to spend more than what your wages lost on legal fees so why don't you just take it if you have if you have um lawyers that you already employ then why not just have them work on fucking people out of monterey right because it doesn't cost you anything europe entertain is cheaper than paying this one of the workers was marty rosenberg of atlantic plate glass company he was owed one point five million and donald was offering thirty cents on the dollar hey nice cool when it became obvious what was going on rosenberg took an informal leadership role and wrapped up to a hundred fifty contractors k rosenberg quote there were a lot of companies some did not survive rosenberg managed to get seventy cents on the dollar for his company in his business survived okay a look at donald's entire time in business by usa today revealed across donald's huge organization a pattern of frequently failing to pay small businesses and individuals.
"taj mahal" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mogul dynasty means to him while meal bigham as a little does and the boom collect all the goal of money from the india but kumar is happy for the economic lifeline l'otage provides his city even the most ardent hindu nationalists are coming around to the view that it is one of india's rare gems the words of hindu priest yogi de gennaro what he's the provocative chief minister of the indian state that is home to the taj mahal and was dispatched here this week for some damage control the taj mahal has been cleaned that this morning swept clean by the chief minister yogi a d to not the chief minister's own tourism ministry left the taj mahal off the state's list of attractions now he's come here to make amends after a furore erupted the taj has been put back into the state's tourism pamphlet and at the close of his toured the chief minister contritely said it didn't matter why when or how the taj mahal all was built the important thing is the blood and sweat of indians built it and he says will protect it to renew mccarthy npr news agha mohawks have hunted fished and lived by the st lawrence river for hundreds of years after the war of eighteen twelve the united states and great britain drew a line on a map creating today's northern border between new york state and canada that lineup bisected sovereign mohawk territory known as sas assassinate dividing it into the border has defined the mohawks ever since even though they didn't put it there north country public radio's david summer steam reports a mocking on the shore of the st lawrence river near national borders were out there in the water invisible if you look at a map it winds through islands around peninsulas and some of its you whereas some of its canada but all of this i'm looking at here is part of the aqua size new reservation sovereign mohawk land with its own borders the mohawks tribal police chief matthew warrick actually grew up right around here his parents who want to be in be in host weddings right here out on this point unbelievable npr waza komen both at lord's and have a party rourke is.
"taj mahal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The mogul dynasty means to him while meal are gam edgy look does and they're gumbu collect all the go a little money from the india but kumar is happy for the economic lifeline the taj provides his city even the most ardent hindu nationalists are coming around to the view that it is one of india's rare gems the words of hindu priest yogi de gennaro what he's the provocative chief minister of the indian state that is home to the taj mahal and was dispatched here this week for some damage control the taj mahal has been cleaned that this morning swept clean by the chief minister yogi a d to not the chief minister's own tourism ministry left the taj mahal off the state's list of attractions now he's come here to make amends after a furore erupted the taj has been put back into the state's tourism pamphlet and at the close of his toured the chief minister contritely said it didn't matter why when or how the taj mahal was built the important thing is the blood and sweat of indians built it and he says will protect it julie mccarthy npr news agra mohawks have hunted fished and lived by the st lawrence river for hundreds of years after the war of eighteen twelve the united states and great britain drew a line on a map creating today's northern border between new york state and canada that line bisected sovereign mohawk territory known as aqua sas me dividing it into the border has defined the mohawks ever since even though they didn't put it there north country public radio's david summer steamed reports a mocking on the shore of the st lawrence river the international borders somewhere out there in the water invisible if you look at a map it winds through islands around peninsulas and some of its you whereas some of its canada but all of this i'm looking at here is part of the aqua size new reservations sovereign mohawk land with its own borders the mohawks tribal police chief matthew warrick actually grew up right around here is parents want to be in be in host weddings right here out on this point four hundred volume the mpr watson coleman both at lord's and have a party rourke is.
"taj mahal" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"No longer on the tourism booklets why is that oh gosh this is again the indian government and they're right wing mentality which the present government it has its entire philosophy based on in the hindu thwe apparently because the taj mahal was built by the moghul emperor shah jehan it has fallen out of grace that this is one of the most ridiculous arguments to explain this again okay we there is a very beautiful place is a loss of us don't understand why it is our apart from it was something that's a manmade the his wife the simple story of love in kinkel glistening malval let let the more complex story of love maiden listening more three thousand slaves were employed in the hands chopped off so that another monument couldn't get made an unfortunate and unfortunate byproducts look what happened with for example threatening the pair midst yes indeed but it's still in effort at for this is a toll buses it's lovely thing yes but this is actually she'd this argument subjection is being made on much more fundamental identity grounds rewriting of history emma in a complete rewriting of history textbooks that it if you say india is save dodge mild it is the easiest stereotype essential is essential ism one can make about india and the government of the largest state of the country where the dodge malice situated has decided to drop it from the official booklet forget everything else four hundred thousand people are directly or indirectly employed because of the dutch male so i just can't understand why.
"taj mahal" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"This will be india them gaz tomorrow morning gavin lesnik has the story from a couple of hours ago police are investigating a pair of breakins this week at indian restaurants in west little rock in each burglary the intruder or intruders broke into the business and made off with the cash register according to little rock police department reports officers responded tuesday morning to taj mahal at fifteen ten market streets after a worker discovered a door had been broken and an interior office have been rummaged through oh boy oh boy a register contains some cash is taken from the taj mahal that was tuesday morning now that shortly before two a m wednesday officers responded to a burglary edge star of india 300 one shackelford north shackelford and found a front door shattered in the in the interests of full disclosure i have eaten a i haven't eaten taj mahal levin a store and india very nice folks there the been there almost thirty years great food i just you don't you don't expect to hear you don't expect to hear something like this happening it uh as starve india you just you just don't.
"taj mahal" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Latest in this again i i think this is kind of dumb but it's it's a big story that kv had to issue an apology for saying that india is quote twenty years behind and for several other comments about the country so he was he was interviewed by was the athletic it was the athletic and you know he said a couple of things the quote it's a country that twenty years behind in terms of knowledge and experience he expected the taj mahal to be quote holy ground protect it very very clean but instead as he drove up reminded him of places he grew up near washington d c he said stuff that i i mean maybe wasn't the best to say but we won't put no the guy supposed to now be like is yet travellers gets guide now i'm he's supposed to tell you like you know like where to go india when visiting india and he's says giving his opinion right anthony board dane durant so you were to go i mean he he didn't go all into s to apologize though jeff because he says that his comments were taken out of town six see in he says that he was mad because of how is comments came off he says that whose fault should word that better well i mean so it's an apology but yet it's not apology in this is you give madrid is now he's willing to try to be this this kiel he i don't know if it's a full he'll turned but he certainly wants to be that guy such a nice guy guide to the media didn't say anything as the second banana with russell westbrook and oklahoma city and now he's open and say whatever he wants to say and this goes along the lines of what are told you for years jeff you know as you know i have been a locker room we know how a lot of these athletes things even the most popular athletes we know how they think and sometimes you just don't want to know which between their years in public i don't i don't i'm not looking to kevin durant to give me some worldly perspective on the country of india like i that's why i feel that are we supposed to expect that kevin durant going to have this you know having he's.