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"theo pia" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"But yeah, just give them a small like she or something like that. Yes. So mission work could be going. The THEO Pia can be going to Haiti. It can be sticking a note in your neighbor's. Mailbox saying that pretty Christmas lights. There you gave me smiling at the guy on the corner. It can be pulling somebody out of a dish. Like, really the I mean, yes. True. Quote mission work. That's. Right. Literally loving your neighbor, whether it's next door or from afar. Like, really, really far away like Ethiopia, which I went to Africa. Probably gosh what year was it? I don't know maybe two thousand twelve think went to Kenya, and it was like one of the best experiences of my life. And I was there for two weeks, but it just it's hard to get there. And I won't I feel very lucky that I got Joe and experience because a lot of people won't ever in it seems like a lifetime ago. And I can't believe that I did get to do that. Enjoy self in, I feel the same way about eighty two. But there was definitely something special to me about Kenya. Yeah. And that's what ignited me even wanting to go to Haiti and honestly, at the time was because hate us on my heart, but we could get there so much easier. Right. And with work schedules and whatnot. But there is something about when you find that place if you can serve and that you are supposed to be like it just feels. Right. And you're just soak up all this stuff that, you know, the things that used to matter to your God, that just really doesn't matter. I came by. That like you were saying I complained about that. Yeah. That I complained about laundry when I have a washing machine, you know, Harkin planed about. Yeah. And you can see the pictures, but like to be in a little village in Kenya and see a woman that just walked, you know, a mile and a half to get clean water. Right. And then put a bucket on her head and literally walk a mile and a half back home, and she might make that trip multiple times a day. You're just like okay, wow. There's a book called woman in the material world. It's like it's a photo book, is beautiful, and it's about women in different parts of the world. And like how they live and their lives and everything. And I've always loved that book. It's like a coffee table book kind of our kids were little and I, if you know if I got a little, like complaining about my life, I would just sit down and look at that book and be like, you know what I'm like, nothing to complain about here, you know, because we, we are civilised we do have so much, and that was called women and women in the material world. I'm sure some people were like I'm about to rewind here. So you don't have to women and material. World will, I guess this is kind of wraps up, our fourth thing we stayed through the outra with me doing out show every episode and I read like do an Email shout out. Okay. Sounds great. I wonder I'll pull it up. And then on my heavy read it 'cause it's someone that sends something. And then it's like special if they're listening, they're like, oh, she my Email, just got red, so because based in it, and not knowing if it's ever gonna get shared or not. So, okay. So Cory will be back for the out show and I loved are four things. Great. So that's a wrap on today's episode still got Corean Harris promised in. It's super fun. Because she's going to read the Email shoutout for today, which is who's the Email from Corey, this is.
"theo pia" Discussed on KOMO
"The CEO of Boeing says the way the company handled the cockpit warning system in at seven thirty seven max planes was a mistake. The planes were involved in two crashes and THEO Pia and Indonesia that left three hundred forty six people dead, the company's chief Dennis Mellon, burgers, spoke ahead of the Paris air show where he called Boeing's communication inconsistent and unacceptable. The FAA has blamed Boeing for waiting more than a year before telling regulators at a safety indicator did not work pilots are upset. The company didn't tell them about the new software being pointed to in the crashes Burke, says Boeing enters their show with humility and rebuilding. Trust any promised transparency as Boeing tries to get the max flying. Again. A police shooting leaves a man dead. It happened shortly after ten on Saturday night outside cheer sports bar at second Williams in Renton. Officers say when they arrived, they found someone with a knife threatening to harm other people that person ran into the bar continued to threaten peoper people, and then stab someone's police shot and killed him the person stabbed his at the hospital, but it's not clear how seriously they were hurt. And a man was taken to Harborview with bullet wounds in his legs after a call of shots fired out of a car at seventh and pike in downtown Seattle that call came in around eleven Saturday night, and shortly after a car crashed into a restaurant nearby. It seventh and union witnesses told police someone jumped out of the car, and started shooting a handgun towards some people in the street when person was taken to jail and two others. Police say are involved are still on the run..
"theo pia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Windsor Johnston. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has come out swinging at President Trump a day after she accused him of engaging in a cover-up and her weekly press conference this morning. She attacked the president even further for storming out of his scheduled meeting with congressional Democrats at the White House yesterday. She pulled a stunt now. My truly believe that the president has a bag of tricks in the White House has a bag of tricks that they save for certain occasions. They don't necessarily apply to the occasion, but the a distraction, which is his, his master of distraction, we will all on that, that's something he does well to distract from problems that he has. He changes tries to change the subject Pelosi and other top Democrats were supposed to meet with Trump yesterday to resume talks about improving the nation's infrastructure. The president said he. He refuses to work with congressional Democrats as long as they continue to investigate him and his administration aviation regulators from around the world are meeting outside of Dallas today to discuss Boeing's troubled seven thirty seven max NPR's David shape reports there appears to be no rush to certify the plane to fly. Again, acting a Minister, Daniel knowledge is public confidence in Boeing seven thirty seven max maybe shaken after two of the jets crashed into Nizhny THEO Pia killing three hundred and forty six people in all, and he says, he's not tied to a timetable to approve Boeing software fix and to lift the order. Grounding the play, and we leave no stone unturned..
"theo pia" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"Nice. And what were you looking for in terms of good fit? Like, what, what was not working in Lagos that you needed from a new factory? So we were so we were actually initially manufacturing in China, so designing in Lagos manufacturing in China. Got it. Yeah. Okay. The what wasn't working for us in China was the one. There is a huge language barrier. And on top of that, the, the agent that we worked within China would jump from factory to factory because China is really were ninety plus percent of is made globally, factories are constantly busy. And, you know, overcapacity so for a smaller brand your constantly wrestling with getting a position in the factory so that also played into your earlier, your earlier question about how frequently are you putting out collections in China? We would fight to get that, that factory space in time. So we wanted to be able to work with the factory that was growing that could grow with us. And we were able to find that any THEO Pia because they're, it's, it's still a growing industry, footwear manufacturing still growing industry in Ethiopia. So those were kind of the two big things and they speak English. We don't have the language barrier, and their time zone also is closer. So they're only an hour ahead of Legos so are designed team doesn't have to wake up, you know, ridiculous hours to communicate with the factory. So there, there are a number of advantages that we saw in making this move and are you going to be based any few or do will you guys just visit and stay where the design team is? We'll just visit for now,.
Boeing CEO breaks silence after grounding of 737 Max planes
"In Dearborn. This job owing defending the company safety record declined to take any more then partial blame for two teddy crashes of its bestselling plane, even while say Monday that the company is nearly finished an update that will make the airplane, even safer chairman and CEO Dennis Muilenburg telling reporters questions or taking reporters questions for the first time since he accidents involving the Boeing seven thirty-seven max airplanes in Indonesia and THEO Pia killed three hundred
Boeing CEO faces shareholders for first time since 737 MAX crashes
"Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg will meet with shareholders today for the first time since two deadly crashes forced the grounding of the seven thirty seven max Molin Berg. Wants to convince investors they can be confident in the future of the company and its fast as selling playing seven thirty seven max has been grounded since March crash killed one hundred fifty seven people in THEO Pia that was less than five months after a crash off Indonesia killed one hundred eighty nine
FAA Officials To Meet With Airlines And Pilots To Discuss Boeing 737 Max
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from CFA society, Washington DC, you've worked hard to grow your wealth. Make sure you're working with a wealth manager who has grown with you work with a CF HR holder. Learn more at the right question dot org. Here in Washington today. The Federal Aviation Administration is going to meet with airlines and pilots to talk about the troubled Boeing, seven thirty seven max airplanes, the planes are still grounded worldwide after crashes in Indonesia and THEO Pia killed almost three hundred and fifty people as NPR's Russell Lewis reports these talks come as Boeing says it's close to finishing a software update. The may allow the jets to start flying again when the seven thirty seven max entered service in twenty seventeen it had a new safety feature. The plane would sense if it was close to entering an era dynamic stall enforced the jets nose down. But it would do it without any commands from the pilots. That software called 'em Cass played a part in the two accidents. Dennis tater flies, the seven thirty seven for American Airlines and his spokesman of the Allied Pilots Association. We believe it was manageable. But you had to know what was going on. But we're learning more since the the opionion crash about just how. How aggressive this system was pilots of both doomed airplanes struggled to pull up before. Crashing in a simulated flight of a different version of the seven thirty seven a crew demonstrates how difficult it is to control an aircraft when it wants to fly pitched down. Three hundred bucks. Now binding. Struggling to keep this aircraft flying. The pilots in this simulation. Wrestle the plane for several minutes before they eventually gained control. Boeing says it has reprogrammed software on the seven thirty seven max to prevent it from using eroneous dated a trigger the M S anti stall system. Here's CEO Dennis Muilenburg speaking yesterday, we're taking a comprehensive disciplined approach and taking the time to make sure that we get it right Mullen. Berg says the company's test pilots have flown ninety six flights with this. Updated software and more are scheduled in the next few weeks yet, we know we can always be better. And these recent accidents have intensified our commitment to continuous improvement as we design build and support the safest airplanes in the sky that may be a long process near Jane teaches mechanical engineering at Purdue University. She's not involved with a software redesign, but says Boeing's challenges it needs to re engineer it systems. So pilots can have confidence and trust in the plains automation. We have to do a better and better job of than figuring out how to design those systems in a new way. So that they don't just technically correct things. But that they are also for lack of better word than being transparent to the human. And that's a piece that I think this is certainly a strong signal that there's a lot more that we have to do the FAA's meeting today is with executives and pilots of the three US airlines that fly the seven thirty seven max southwest United and American the agency says it wants to hear their concerns before it decides. When to return the max to service, Russell Lewis NPR news.
American Airlines cuts first-quarter revenue guidance on 737 Max troubles
"American Airlines is cutting a key revenue estimate, partly because of canceled flights from the grounding of its Boeing seven thirty seven max jets. It said Tuesday that canceled twelve hundred flights during the quarter that ended March thirty first because regulators grounded it's twenty four max planes over the weekend. American Airlines remove the plane from its scheduled through June fifth six weeks longer than before underlining. That airlines think the max will be parked longer than previously expected after deadly crashes in Indonesia and THEO Pia American says revenue for each seat flown. One mile will be flat to up by one percent down from its initial forecast of flat to up two percent also blames the government shutdown and nine hundred forty cancellations because of work on other Boeing
"theo pia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Investigations are completed. So now American Airlines has announced that until early June. They'll be canceling what amounts to ninety flights per day. Since mid March, the planes have been grounded following crashes in Indonesia and the THEO Pia American Airlines says by taking this proactive approach they hope to disturb as few customers as possible southwest. Airlines has also restructured its flight schedule to handle the situation. Denton police and fire have teamed up to prevent a woman from committing suicide Brian coz with Denton police say late last week. They got a call about a woman climbing to the top of a multi-storey building under construction near loop to eighty eight and Colorado boulevard, and they were able to get her down. The investigation there continues joining us now on the KRLD Newsline, Jill Schlesinger, CBS news senior business analyst and author of a new book called the dumb things. Smart people do with their money, which is a very appropriate title as we countdown to tax. Day. And you say to in your blog, which people can follow at Jill on money that financial advice and financial education is lacking. I mean, we know this. But you April is financial literacy month, I'll be expecting my card in the mail Senate yesterday. Of course, she did you got a few weeks ago. And you know, whenever we have financial literacy monthly have a lot of statistics about the fact that we don't do very, well, we have a new survey that shows that and you know, it's funny we do a little bit better. I think than most people would imagine borrowing and saving even earning. You know, the determinants of wages and take home pay. We do a little bit better on those questions where we don't do very well investing insurance and comprehending risk which I think is a tough one for a lot of folks. I guess that my most important reminder to everybody is that you may not have been taught this in school, and that might be making us not so comfortable with these concepts as we become adults. Yeah. And among the issues, I mean, we see and hear and and we talk about it here on KRLD all the time when the Dow drops by X percentage. Point or the NASDAQ is off by certain points. But that's not what necessarily affects my 4._0._1._K or my Roth IRA. I think that that's kind of the the the issue that we see I mean, we there are plenty of of schools that are teaching personal finance. They might be kind of like the I would almost put that in the skills category. You know, when I was a kid, we took sewing, and we took cooking and we took typing. And so those are good skills to have. But for real thoughtful analysis in a way that you're really going to be a better financial decision maker with the research is showing us is that we need to enhance our mathematics curricula, not necessarily teach those skills classes. So in other words, we want people to stay in math class. And we hope that our educators are connecting the dots by using personal finance topics in math. That's what seems to be the best. How shall we say bang for your buck? All right. Looking ahead and people are going to be the final filings for tax time coming up in the next week or so people who get. Huge refunds or who end up paying what the things they need to think about looking ahead. And well, I think the biggest issue that we are seeing right now is that a lot of people are confused about the tax code. We have seeing the visits to the IRS website, by the way up by ten percent from a year ago. So that makes a lot of sense to me, by the way on what we also know is that a lot of folks are really nervous about this. Look a couple of things the IRS is expanded some of the rules about under withholding. So if you under withheld for some reason last year, you might have some leeway, there are still ways to be able to go on extension. It's very easy to do that. And the IRS is estimating that one in ten filers will go on extension. This year would be the largest number of requests ever in a year. You file form forty eight sixty eight by April fifteenth. Hey, by the way, don't forget, even if you go on extension the ir..
U.S. Senate aviation panel to hold hearings with Boeing, FAA after fatal crashes
"The acting as ahe called before lawmakers after the deadly Boeing seven thirty-seven crashes Senate subcommittee on aviation and space we'll hear from acting FAA administrator Daniel L weld next week. The first hearing with top aviation officials since the recent crashes of two Boeing seven thirty-seven max aircraft and Indonesia any THEO Pia, the seven thirty seven max has since been grounded by the FAA, the chairman of the National Transportation Safety board and the inspector general of the transportation department are also on the witness list earlier this week transportation secretary, Elaine Chao requested inspector general audit of the FAA certification of the Boeing seven
"theo pia" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"That is a really big umbrella. Really big tent? How does he address the issues still unresolved about from apartheid about redistribution of wealth and making sure you reversing some of the the years of racial demonstration. And how does he revived this economy that is you know, really just moving at one two percent over the last couple of years. So if I hear you're right. The election won't be easy. But the NC is likely to win but governing will be a lot harder. Yeah. Right. Absolutely. If I recall correctly, Earls ventilating crucial election in Ethiopia next year. How has the political ground there shifted, and what does it say about twenty twenty and US interests going forward, probably the most transformative? Live developments are happening in the heart of Africa in largely around THEO Pia in twenty fifth sixteen fifteen fifteen sixteen and seventeen the country looked like it was teetering. There was two years of protests, and the the prime minister of the time how Miriam said he was going to step down, and they pointed this a row ethnic Romo for military guy. Name abiotic Akhmed who I mentioned who's was forty-one then forty two now and ABI has just challenge. Everything that the state is about it. We used to be state-led centralization. He's trying to open it up the markets up. The ruling party does leadership by consensus, and he certainly becoming sort of the unipoles decision maker..
Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration And Indonesia discussed on Post Reports
"Our hearts, go out to all of those who lost loved ones to their friends to the families in both the opium Andy lion. Airlines crashes that involved the seven thirty seven max aircraft to terrible terrible thing. Boeing is an incredible company. They are working very very hard right now. The US has now joined the UK, Canada, Mexico, China and dozens of other countries in grounding, Boeing, seven thirty seven max, eight aircraft. This comes after Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed everyone on board. It was the second time in six months that this model of seven thirty seven has crashed shortly after takeoff now crash. Investigators are recent figure out what went wrong and on Wednesday. The Federal Aviation Administration announced that at least one critical clue has been found. They reported that they have found something in the wreckage. We don't know what it is yet. But they think that it indicate some commonality between the lion airplane crash that killed hundred and eighty nine people in Indonesia, the invoked over and the THEO pian airlines crash that killed one hundred fifty seven just this Sunday. Erin, Greg is a business reporter for the post. This is something that basically anybody who is associated with Boeing had been saying, oh my God. We hope there's nothing that ties these two together, which would basically implicate Boeing and potential tissues. Now, we know there is something tying together. Whether it's Boeing's fault yet to be determined by. This is a very serious crisis for the company because the commonality between that lion air crash, and this THEO ping airlines crash is the fact that they were using the same new model of plane. That's right. This is seven thirty seven max eight it's basically the newest version of a long standing seven thirty seven that's been used since the sixties the idea that a brand new plane in Indonesia was literally brand new any THEO Pia had been fight for just a couple of months would have potential equipment issues is very worrying. I it suggests there's something wrong with the plane and not with the people who were maintaining it. So you've been reporting on the concerns about this model of airplane and. And one of the things that you've reported is that there was a meeting after that line aircrash back in last November that meeting was between Boeing and pilot's union. Tell me more about that meeting. So according to the pilots, basically, it was sort of a coming together where Boeing was basically saying, look, we wanna give you all the information that we have about what's in the system. The pilots who were in that meeting that I spoke with said that before that they were very very upset with Boeing this all sort of hurdled into public view win Boeing disclosed that they had put a new system in the seven thirty seven max eight called em- casts. Basically, it's an automated system that certain dangerous situations can nudge the nose of the plane downward. There is a way to override it is just that pilots were concerned that they had not been properly trained on how to do. So. And they were worried that that may have played a role in the Indonesian crash. If you're a pilot, you're very very. You worried about the idea that you might not have control of the plane in a critical moment. So this disclosure, basically through the American pilot unions into a little bit of a frenzy the two airlines in the US that have these planes or south west in American Airlines. So they immediately basically raised their voices and said, we're not okay with this. Why was this not included in training? A pilot talked to yesterday told me that the training for this new plan consisted of a one hour long. Ipad course that was how they were trained on the new plane. What do you know about what was discussed at that meeting? The pilots basically came to that meeting and said here are few things that we would like to be changed three of them were very specific technical aspects of how they would they think that the planes should be changed for some foremost that when the system kicks in it shouldn't nudge, the plane's nose all the way down word if it's designed to prevent a stall. But there I was just this used to be included in training. They ask for flight, simulators, they. I still don't have those. According to the pilots I'm talking to that's been in the works for several months now. I don't know how long it takes to make a new flight simulator. But it's been four months, and they still don't have them. It wasn't until after the second crash that Boeing in the FAA came out and said, okay, we are going to update the system on the max eight that Rivera specific software changes that were announced Monday evening, and basically at the same time in a little bit of an about face. They also said we're going to add new training here. There's going to be new crew training for this system after initially thinking, basically, well, the max eight isn't that different from the older seven thirty sevens. We don't need to do much retraining there. So the pilots are making the case that if a update and Boeing subsequent announcement really came from the discussions that started in that meeting. So these pilots are saying they're concerned that they weren't being trained properly on this new plane software whose job is it to enforce that or to make sure. That pilots are properly trained. So one point that Boeing will probably make here is that what they did as far as putting the training together and setting up the software for the new plane that was all approved by the FAA. I'm not aware of any evidence that suggests that Boeing ignored any government policies in doing what it did. I think next the magnifying last is going to be on the FAA for why they certify the plane the way they did. They did Serena there's not actually in administrator in charge of the FAA there's an acting administrator, but there's no permanent person in the top job. Do you think that has anything to do with the fact that there has been so much criticism of the FAA's response to all of this? I would say there's some possibility that that has played a role in their response to the crash, but the other thing that is important to remember is that this plane has been dreamed up for years. This is something that Boeing has been preparing for very very long time. It's not the case that this process would have happened within the last year or so so I would say that the fact that there's no confirmed fade minister it might account for any slowness on the part of a to respond after lion air. But I think it would be highly unlikely that that contributed to how the certification or the training happened on the seven thirty seven, Maxine. Erin. Greg is a business reporter for the post the black boxes recovered from the ups. Airlines crash site are now in France for review the National Transportation Safety board is sending agents to aid with the investigation there. It could take as long as a month to recover that data.
"theo pia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"After a crash new THEO Pia, Boeing faces the consequences the aircraft maker faces reputational damage to the brand and scrutiny on its most popular jet liner. And there is also a more immediate price to pay NPR's Camilla, Domino's ski reports from re-bookings to refunds from jetliner parking to pay for idled flight crews plane groundings are pricey and now some three hundred and seventy Boeing jets are grounded around the world. Phil Seymour an aviation consultancy called IBA this is costing millions of dollars per day. And it's not just the airlines on the hook Boeing. They have to pay up to Chris Higgins is an analyst at MorningStar typically once an airline takes the aircraft. Boeing make some guarantees in. Terms of the performance of that aircraft and one of them is that they are craft should be airworthy. And if it's not airlines will demand payment for their losses. Norwegian airline CEO Bjorn Hughes says his company plans to ask bowing to pony up. We would send the this Bill to those who produce this aircraft and Phil Seymour says it's important the Boeing keep those airlines happy. They're repeat customers after all. We don't know how much this could cost Boeing, but we can get a clue from the last time an airplane was grounded by the FAA here in the US that was in twenty thirteen the Boeing seven eight seven had a problem with its batteries. Here's Higgins MorningStar Boeing had to pay out airline compensation for that grounding. They never disclosed how much it was. But guesstimates at the time put it around five hundred million dollars, and that was with a much smaller fleet of airplanes affected. There's another way these groundings could hurt. Boeing the company has a lot of future deliveries lined up. Up five thousand seven thirty seven maxes have been ordered airlines might refuse or delay those deliveries if the planes are going to be grounded anyway analysts at Jeffries crunched the numbers on Monday. They estimate that a two-month halt deliveries could cost Boeing five billion in revenue. Boeing would not comment on financial implications. But the company can afford to take a hit last year it's revenue topped one hundred billion, and it's been raking in profits. But Chris Higgins at MorningStar notes. There's more at stake worst-case scenario if you see deliveries. Kinda let allow there's a lot of implications beyond Boeing Boeing makes planes, but other companies make the engines for those planes and the seats the landing gear, the fuselage seventy percent eighty percent of most aircraft. That's done by the supply chain, not by Boeing, there are thousands and thousands of jobs and hundreds of companies that are supplying into buildings final assembly lines the ripple effects of the groundings could hurt Boeing.
"theo pia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Umbrella over its former colonies any THEO Pia, a fast growing country where business wise France lags way behind it and trading partners, especially China finally Kenya. Another English speaking country where France would like to be more present in Paris. Greg Davis Cousy Bloomberg daybreak Europe playboy news twenty four hours a day on errant tick tock on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Leon guarantees. This is Bloomberg Markus. Thanks so much Leon. That's also get you up to date with the sports his George ultimate. The attack on jank really should be a serious cause of concern for the entire football community the villa. Captain was punched by a fan who ran onto the pitch in the first half Darby match at Birmingham in the championship. They won't Manchester. United cats. What are you going to sell Shah says fans intruding onto football pitches is something the game can David outs supports. It was arrested after running defender Chris Smalley following the second goal in that stadium, primarily defeated arsenal. Chelsea a three points adrift of fourth-placed arsenal. Despite at in has injuries on equaliser in their one will draw with wolves Liverpool. Kept the pressure on leaders, Manchester City with a foresee victory over Burnley at Anfield crooked finish that solve the West Indies on a high French the hosts by eight wickets kits to sail. Three no whitewash in the twenty twenty series made sneak a history last night, the five time well champion became the first plant at registered one thousand career centuries while taking the Players Championship title in Preston. Okay. That.
"theo pia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Of an Ethiopian Airlines jet just outside at Abbaba any THEO Pia to an attorney for singer R Kelly says he is not seen is said to be a VHS tape of R Kelly sexually abusing young girls, but denies it was the singer attorney Gloria Allred said yesterday in Manhattan that her client, Gary Dennis of Pennsylvania found the VHS tapes in his collection. And does not know how it got there. Police now have it Kelly and Illinois is charged with ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse. Cops say that involved three girls and a woman and three before New York. State lawmakers vote on a plan to give money to the MTA through tolling cars coming. Congested. Parts of midtown Manhattan. City transit advocates wanted to be heard Sunday at the Roosevelt avenue station in Jackson, heights, queens. Competing with a jackhammer slamming into the side of the elevated seven train tracks a buzzing reminder of the issues with the subway system to be able to make the types of fixes that we need like are happening right now. Outside members of the riders alliance played especially specially created game to match the crumbling state of the city's transit system. So wait, bingo. Each box matches a certain kind of transit hell felt by riders as Alena Hsien from the writers alliance explains. Broken piece of infrastructure like escalators have experienced train experience, the longest Wade or have issues with accessibility. All of this was to make a point that lawmakers in Albany need to come to an agreement on congestion pricing and time is running out some kind of congestion pricing plan needs to be included in the state budget, which in turn needs to be passed within about three weeks at the Roosevelt avenue station in Jackson heights, Mike, smells, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty Manhattan democratic congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is among the bipartisan group of New York's congressional delegation pushing for federal law makers to find a permanent way to fund the nine eleven victims compensation fund, which says running out of money. Now, we found out that the magnitude of the health crisis caused by nine eleven is far worse than we expected there. More people dying and getting sick. And New Jersey's congressional delegation is also. Oh, pushing for the reauthorization of the nine eleven victims fund to pay for the healthcare of the first responders who got sick from the toxic air around ground.
"theo pia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So that's the tact Bitel fermented for three to four days in the US. We use baking powder, but in any yoga, they don't use baking powder. They use geisha at some kind of hop. You. I don't I don't think you can find that here. So that's what they use any thea. Get a little bit of more like puffins and then to to get that bubbly. Look, very spongy. Very very. Yeah. Always come out. Right. If you don't if you don't use that. And that you use it after you mentioned, and it's ready for you to make it now when you in the US, I don't know who is the first person that tried to make it with wheat it works 'cause toughest is very expensive. Maybe I'd say five five years ago. You can find it in anywhere you'd have to export it from yoga. Now, they're growing in America there. I think it's I believe it's in Utah. They have a huge farm in Utah. It's a deaf Teffar domestic domestic protection owned by Americans so still expensive. Yeah. Still expensive. So because expensive they mix it with wheat flour. So you mix the wheat flour separately by itself. New you mixed teff separately by different batters. Who different batters you let it ferments for three or four days. Once it's ready, then you mix them together and you add a little bit of baking powder. Okay. Ready to go. You can make it. And then is there a difference in the flavor and texture between one hundred percents half in the mixture of Tiffany? Yes. There's definitely a different texture and taste me. Personally. I don't know because I got used to the the Weedon Taft together. Not only me a lot of people prefers the one that's mixed together. But in Jeddah, you find any THEO Pia taste absolutely different than I one hundred percents. Have we make here and the other one it's super super super power. Let's make. We start with one hundred percents tariff. Where should we start? We can start with the wheat and the test. Okay. All right. There you go. You have this electric Griddle? Yup. The flat really hot. It's definitely warm. The guy. I'm definitely feeling it radiate, right? So you mix this just a little bit. Yeah. But it's this very thin. This is the we very thin. Yeah. Almost like heavy cream pancake. No, not can't be super thick or won't come out. Right. Okay. Yeah. So about like a Cup of. Yes. It is. Fifteen inch Griddle she covered with a lid, you need to cook it with the lid. Yes. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You have to cover it with the lit. That look that bubbly. Look, you won't get it. If you don't care. Okay. So that's what gives you that. Look. So this one is ready now if you they don't use the Skillet we use in the US. Yeah. You can't find you know, what they have any hope here. It's at least two or three times bigger than this. All right looks different. Yeah. Teenage right, Griddle is not made for Jeddah. Works perfectly fine right from your correct? Yeah. But in Ethiopia, they specifically make it for that. It's called mid mid at. Yes. Now, we can make the one with Altaf all. So when we make tough we use a difference Gillis because you know, some people are really serious holler. And so, you know, we don't use the same Skillet. So same process for this one too. Yeah. The color of the two all tough version is so different. If the we looked like a like, a malted milk the tougher. It looks almost like chocolate chocolate. I was just going to say that chocolate ice cream. You're right like milk. Chocolate is right dot com. Chocolate and they are two versions of dark, Jeff, and there's a white teff. Okay. Pour that batter onto this. Go have had. Pick it up toilet around..
"theo pia" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"How did you figure out on the food creation side of it in? Okay. These are this is the number of vegetables, I need to. Like, how did that part workout Oravec? We don't do vegetables. If you know. There are no number. Stateside to purchase whatever when you look at it. This is you know, since the very small family run business. And you know, we prepare everything for us every day. And you know, what we have to sell what we have to sell, and that's it. So, you know, there are offering any mention the duck earlier, and you know, we sell so many of those in, you know, of course, it's like there are days where they sell out by like eight thirty and then we don't have anymore. Let's what it is. But we do things like, you know, fresh every day, and it's so important to me to have that. And you know, it is a lot of planning. You know, we for the size of the kitchen the kitchen is probably about is because this room, it's like two hundred square feet. And you know, it's it's very small we have a huge menu. So it it's a lot of planning a lot of planning. And so it's a really good team. The majority of executive chefs who are in the realm that urine that are playing the game at your love. Are meant has it come up that? You're a woman. How does how does all of that factor in if at all, you know, it's really interesting because I think it factors in a lot more to other people. But it doesn't it's never really factored in for me. And you know, I think the only time that it does factor in to me is when I do interviews and people are like, oh, you're a female chef, and, you know, you're, you know, all these things in Illinois say will know him just a chef because never looked at myself as anything other than that. I've never looked at myself as you know, an Asian chef I've never looked at myself as a female Schaaf. I've never looked at myself as anything butter Schaaf. And I think at the time that we're in right now, it's tremendously interesting to see, you know, all of these different facets coming out. Just by way of where we are in the, you know, the state of the world, you know, I find that over the past three years, you know, it's more about you know, your fee. Email or you know, like most recently, it's been a, you know, you're an Asian chef. And I'm like, what are you talking about, you know, because for me, I've never been made to feel difference ever until somebody actually said that to me, and it was so I was so taken aback, and because I've only ever looked at myself as a chef because I you know, ever since I was a kid. I grew up in your hood that was a primarily Jewish neighborhood. And I lived down the street from literally THEO Pia and down the street from the Vietnamese community, and I was so ingrained in the Chinese community. And so, you know, down the street from a very heavily Mexican populated communities. So for me callers never been a thing ever. And I've never I've always lived in New York or LA or Seattle. So I've always been in these melting pots of cities. So when these things come up, I'm very much like what are you talking about? You know because food for me has always been the great equalizer. You know, there's no color. There's no gender. There's no sexually. There's no religion. None of that. It's just really great food is really great food and really great food brings everybody to the table, regardless of social status financial status any of that. And that's what it should be about..
"theo pia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"New york where temperatures this week are expected to get close to triple digits lamar pain of the bronx said it feels like asana villanova was just starting so endure working in new york toco pain as his pockets full of napkins to wipe away sweat his other tip stay hydrated i got a couple of bottles of ice so i'll be all right for a couple of hours but after that you got refill it in minneapolis meanwhile where the heat index is approaching one hundred and ten a newspaper they are wrote the city now feels like quote saudi arabia with lakes bobby allen npr news new york former movie mogul harvey weinstein is facing a new predatory sexual assault charge in manhattan involving a third woman he's already pleaded not guilty to sex crime charges involving two other women one of accuses him of rape if convicted weinstein faces up to life in prison a threeyearold idaho girl who was attacked over the weekend at her own birthday party in boise has died now the man accused of stabbing her and several other children and adults is charged with first degree murder the victims are members of refugee families from syria iraq and theo pia seven former us ambassador to the united nations are urging the trump administration to restore funding to a un agency that provides aid to palestinians in the middle east npr's jackie northern reports the ambassador say the agency is a vital source of stability in the middle east in a letter to secretary of state mike pompeo the former ambassador say withholding funds from the united nations relief and works agency are unra we'll have national security implications for allies in the middle east including jordan and israel the agency provides schools and healthcare and sanitation for more than five million palestinians the trump administration is withholding sixty five million dollars more than half the funding the us normally has provided to own president trump said he was holding back aid until the palestinians agree to peace talks the palestinians are angered by the administration's recognition of israel's claim that jerusalem is its capital jackie northam npr news washington a day after winning mexico's presidential election by a landslide unrest manuel lopez overlord is laying out his priorities one is to stay the course on the north american free trade agreement with the us and canada a pack that president trump now has his own team renegotiating diplomatic ties have been strained over trade and immigration this is npr from k q e d news i'm brian watt the massive wildfire burning in yolo and napa counties known as the county fire has now charred more than forty four thousand acres making it california's largest fire so far this year firefighters and first responders have set up a command center at the yolo county fairgrounds many of them have just come from working on the nearby pony fire so it's a challenge to make sure everyone's getting enough rest says cal fire's dan olson we have folks that are centrally leapfrogging from one fire to the next so as far as their mental status i'm sure there may be a little bit tired we try to take precautionary measures if we see someone that looks fatigued or that they might present a hazard than we certainly take those folks and we rest them the fire has prompted a series of evacuation orders and advisories cal fire says more than a hundred structures are potentially threatened no injuries have been reported the county fire is three percent contained in the bay area many people woke up sunday to find an orange colored sky ash on the ground and the smell of smoke in the air as a result of the county fire but the bay area air quality management district did not issue a smoke advisory until after four thirty pm agency spokeswoman lisa fasano we were on the weekend we were trying to get our information together we wanted to make sure that we were sure what the conditions were before we asked people or alerted people of air quality conditions the smoke.
"theo pia" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Means tens of thousands of soldiers died the countries have remained enemies as you've mentioned ever since so it was a an extraordinary conflict this resulted in a huge build up of troops on both sides why has changed its mind now what's it good question i mean they've got a new prime minister who seems to be determined to not only heal the problems within the country but also when he when he made his first speech he said we will try and make peace with air trailer it was a big change from what the former leaders had said in ethiopia and see the big question is are the troops going to be withdrawn from these disputed areas because it's one thing to say we agree to what was decided years ago by the border commission but if now the troops withdraw or if it says we will remove these troops under some supervision than that would send an even stronger signal that if yo periods determined to end this conflict which hurts both countries economically as well because of course it keeps ethiopia landlocks and i think all eyes will now be on air air because the ball is firmly in that country's caught all along it said we will not talk to theo pia and it accepts this ruling if yo is now said we accept it so it's really over to air trae are you now going to come to the table and talk to ethiopia or will the squabble continue africa editor will ross they have been fresh eruptions of the flag gogol kaneohe in guatemala causing a further evacuation the official number of people killed in sunday's eruption stands at seventy two with many more missing short time ago i managed to get through to our correspondent in guatemala we'll grant we have just been evacuated from the kind of worst affected area by emergency services in the army they central phenoms using whistles just removed absolutely everybody from the area and once we came down the mountainside came across schools while thousands of.
"theo pia" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast
"It's it's as real as a lightning book from the sky if it causes us to not move forward and you know and so what what penman your other teachers i would say is we need to feel the feeling but drop the narrative because the narrative is what keeps the feeling coming back again and again and again we can experience a feeling in this moment i'm feeling uncertain because i feel like i have a lot to lose please oh i feel a little uncertain but i'm not going to keep reminding myself of the story i'm just going to experience that and do it anyway and we have a chance to do that work we're proud of not just defeated in follow instructions they the is got this gorgeous tiny little book called comfortable with uncertainty which is a hundred eight sayings and it's one hundred eight because one hundred eight happens to be the number of beads on a malla and it's very magical i love to bed magical ism anyway pama has his beautiful teaching in which she advises to sit like a mountain in the midst of a hurricane where all around us the weather is happening all around us the storms and and and what i love about that i mean just as as an image it's a gorgeous image of life advice but but it's also this gorgeous image of how should we be when we're david saying yes i have this idea about chickens and theo pia and the storm is internal it's it's all those counter thoughts say what are you crazy you're not gonna move or external there's a spouse who's terrified or colleagues who say you know what are you thinking of doing what are you up to or just the the collective unconscious expression that says stay behind your gated fence of your community don't go to that f right and a key part of it is the mountain is not allowed to say i can't get wet arose is not permissible i must remain the same out and i was yesterday bounds don't get that privilege now didn't have to say there's a hurricane i'm gonna lose some trees some topsoil is going to go away and i'm going to get really.
"theo pia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To this day the prince's remains are in windsor castle the residence of the queen and formal requests have been made from the government to three theo pia as recently as two thousand and seven to get those remains back ignorance about ethiopia's capabilities about the capabilities of countries that are not western to take care of their own items for a number of years ethiopia has kept safely securely well preserved the bones of lucy one of the earliest hominids the bonds that helped the world understand the origins of mankind of humans the country the scientists the curator's archaeologists are quite capable of this this is old rhetoric but unfortunately this is rhetoric that's still seems to stand you know mazda it's easy to imagine you and i having this conversation seventy five years ago and sort of being laughed out of the room because the colonial era was still alive and well for the uk right the uk's colonial era is over and it's hard to imagine i i have to say a good argument today for not returning these items i completely agree with you on that i think that from the perspective of the vietnam you ziam these items add an intrinsic value to the museum at ads what they call and i quote a cosmopolitanism i find that again the question for me becomes who owns this the vietnamese eum has said that because these items are valuable to them and they understand the complicated history behind them they are willing to loan on a longterm basis these items to ethiopia that is not an appropriate response it's not an appropriate solution who has the right to lend to borrow to claim to own ethiopia should not borrow its own items i was in london recently for a brief spell i went to the tower of london and i got the chance to see the crown jewels beautiful priceless gorgeous crowns and diamonds and sceptres i wonder if the queen would be willing to have them housed in addis ababa for the next two hundred years and imagine if those crown jewels were stolen by any other country in that country one hundred years later said well we'll let you borrow it for a certain amount of time muslim engaged as a fulbright scholar sas an author of the novel beneath the lions gays she's been writing about the mock dollar items in the victoria and albert museum thank you thank you the takeaway is supported by progressive insurance offering its homequote explorer designed to provide information about available home insurance options in one place more information at progressive dot com.
"theo pia" Discussed on WGTK
"And the new center of the emerging gentile power to come the meads and the persians daniel chapter eight verse three i looked up and there before me was a ram with two horns standing beside the canal the horns were long one of the horn was longer than the other but grew up later what did this ram represent what did it mean the answers in daniel chapter eight verse twenty the two horned ram that you saw represents the kings of media and persia horns represents strength or power to horns means here divided power the meads and the persians were allies who merged together the longer horn was persia which later became dominant the ram was a fitting prominent symbol of the persians persian coins had a rams head on them the zodiac sign of persia was the ram persian kings wore golden helmets with a rams head on them or war an actual head of a ram it's not unusual for animals to represent nations even into modern times for example today we recognize that the dragon represents red china and the eagle the united states of america and the lion england the bear russia daniel chapter eight verse four says in part i watched the ram as he charged towards the west and the north and the south no animal could stand against him this was to be accurately affirmed by secular history as the meal persians defeated nations to the west babylon neha syria and asia minor to the north armenia to the south egypt any theo pia conquering all under king cyrus the.
"theo pia" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Government was stable they could do this right and so now the the problem is with the the sort of repressive government now rock back on its heels a little bit with the surprise resignation of the prime minister in february work stopped for awhile and the company's not gonna hit it's it's sort of january expected deadline for opening the factory to pump out to and change million cellphones a month so jeff one in six on the continent or customer of this company i am curious as to what is the future are they going to have to stop operations obviously they've slowed down as you mentioned what's the what's the alec what does the company saying they worried are they still investing company says it's pretty sanguine about long term potential that regardless of who's in charge in in ethiopia they'll keep making the cell phones but you know opposition leaders and then access their academics that reporter talk to you for this story say that they they have reason to be concerned that they'll be associated with the regime when when time shange this i feel like a lot of lessons here too and you you mentioned you talk about the chinese investment that's coming this is a company that started with very little and has really built up a lot of market share by that has also attracted the attention of some well known mobile phone companies right and i think some of the big players in china absolutely yeah already while way which is sort of the king phone brandon china right now is moved in to become number three in the africa marketplace behind techno and and samsung and while away and and it's sort of a smaller cousins dt also trying more earnestly now to sort of sell networking equipment was rather mainline and business in in african nations joao me which is sort of a fading star in china itself but a rising star in india is now also trying to expand their what's the chance so that his company despite all the the investment and despite their presence here there in africa and theo pia that because of their closest to the regime that's now in trouble in the government there that they're going to there's gonna be some repercussions that consumers are going to look at it and say i don't wanna be affiliate to buy a product from this company.