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"rahman" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"Room podcast brought to you by the physicians committee. Hi, I am the weight loss champion chuck Carroll. Thank you so very much for raising your health IQ with us in more than 130 countries around the world and healthy cities coast to coast in the U.S. like Rockford Illinois, Las Vegas Nevada and Gainesville, Florida. We appreciate you all helping to make the world a healthier place. This is episode 95 of season four, number 290 overall. And our top question today is maybe something that you experienced recently. What happens to your body when you eat a big, old dinner? Maybe even Thanksgiving dinner. We're talking about all of the sides, all of the trimmings, a mountain of mashed potatoes, Turkey piled high if you're not vegan. A river of gravy and then going back for seconds and washing everything down with a slice of pie. But then after you do that, what comes next? Well, the food coma. You are stuffed. You are bloated and you can not keep your eyes open. And it is at that point that your body may ask you, was it worth it? Well, we are going to find out indeed if it was. And what was going on inside of you that gave you that block kind of a feeling. Doctor venita Rahman is here with the science on the true price that you pay for the privilege of stuffing yourself silly. And we're also going to be opening up the doctor's mailbag. And that means that doctor Rahman is answering questions that you guys have sent in. We have questions about detoxing after that big Thanksgiving feast. And what foods are known to cause stress. We also have questions about white meat versus dark meat and is one actually healthier than the other? Plus, a lot of other nutrition questions that we will be feasting on. But before we get to the Q&A, I wanted to let you know that this episode of the exam room is brought to you by kinder beauty, the monthly beauty subscription that delivers the best vegan and cruelty free products right to your door. Each monthly box contains up to $165 worth of beauty and self care products that are kind to your skin and more importantly, kind to animals. And right now, special for the holidays, kinder beauty is being especially kind to the exam roomies such as yourself. Right now get 50% off your first box using the code exam room. That's half off with the code exam room one word when you shop at kinder beauty dot com. And a portion of every kind of beauty sale helps support the physician's committee's work. And you can learn more and take advantage of this special offer right now. By visiting kinder beauty dot com and using the promo code exam room. Time now to get rolling and stuff ourselves with knowledge. Courtesy of the author of the new cookbook simply plant based. Doctor finita raman. Good to see you again, Doc. Oh, great to see you, chuck. Thanks so much for having me. We are here at the most American of all holidays where we just stuff ourselves silly. Thanksgiving, and that is our lead question, though, when we stuff ourselves silly, this is a question from Romain Doc. When we stuff ourselves silly, what actually happens inside of our body? What's going on in there? Yeah, you know, I think you really described so eloquently, what happens at Thanksgiving? We are programmed to eat too much. It's almost normalized in our culture. Thanksgiving. Can't leave the table unless we're feeling stuff. So what's happening at Thanksgiving are a few things. First, it's the type of food we're eating and then it's the quantity of food we're eating. So usually, you know, we're talking about holiday meals and holiday feast. And the food may be when we talk about the food quality it may be high in fat. It may be high in added sugars. It may not contain whole ingredients like whole grains, and maybe made with processed ingredients like processed grains. So we're eating this really this concoction of refined food that's often high in fat, high in calories, high in sugar. So that's one issue. The other issue is we're eating a lot of it, like you said, seconds and thirds. So we're in this in essence, eating twice or three times what we need to eat. And if you can imagine our stomach chuck, it's like a little sack. It's a balloon about this big and it's about the size of her fist. So it's meant to stretch. It's elastic. And it stretches when we eat. Now, that sends a message to the brain to stop eating, but at Thanksgiving, we're eating two to three times the amount and now it's stretching, stretching and we're just ignoring it. And that's stomach is just not where it needs to be. And it's very uncomfortable. That's what leaves us with that bloated, heavy, really sick feeling afterwards. Yeah, I think that there's probably not a person who's listening to this or watching this right now who is unfamiliar with that feeling. I mean, it is something that comes up time and again. And to that fatigue, a lot of people will say, well, the reason why you get tired after you eat a Thanksgiving dinner is because of the Turkey and the tryptophan that's in the Turkey. But is that really just the tryptophan that's causing the drowsiness? Yeah, you know, I think it's multifactorial. Food is supposed to nourish us and energize us, but if we eat the wrong types of food and we eat too much of that food, it's just gonna weigh us down. It's like walking around with a bowling ball. Bodies just so full of this food, you're carrying all this excess food around. It just weighs us down. And I like to picture it like all our bodies energy is going into digesting this food. So there really isn't that much available for us to do the other things we want to do. No question. And, you know, I'm thinking back to when I was really overweight and eating 10,000 calories a day, eat those massive meals. And not once did I feel like I had pep in my step after I ate. It was like nap time as soon as I was through eating. So not necessarily nourishing, but boy, if you wanted to have a good sleep, man, that was it. All right, so now we've had that big old feast. We know what's happening inside of us. Now, let's get all those bad toxins out of the body. Question from Michelle. What would you suggest for detoxing the.
Romelu Lukaku Returns to Chelsea From Inter Milan
"Move from Inter Milan to Chelsea is complete as a 28 year old striker heads to London for a transfer fee of €115 million Copy was with the Blues from 2011 to 2000 and 14, but only played in 10 matches while mostly being on loan to West Rahman Everton In two seasons in Syria. The Belgium International scored 64 goals in 95 matches. In all competitions.
"rahman" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"Let me go ahead and double down on what it was. Dr ramone was saying about exercise. During our conversation. you know. The gym could be such a major stumbling block for us as we start to lose weight now whether that is because of a lack of confidence or over committing and burning out or just not wanting to around others during the pandemic the fact of the matter is that dusting and cutting grass and really any chore can burn calories just as she said but there really is no shame in just going for a walk. That is a habit that you can establish every single day without the risk of burning out even at your lowest point. Consider this when. I was at my heaviest. I could barely walk across the street. But that's where i started. I would go across the street. I would sit down for about fifteen minutes and then walk back to my desk during lunch. Eventually i was able to walk around the block and then one block became to and became three. And then eventually i was walking one mile but i got so motivated and i was feeling so much better that might commitment then extended from just one mile to five miles every single day on my lunch break and i even worked it out with my boss so that i could make up that extra time that i was taking during lunch to get in those five miles at the end of the day so i still wouldn't have to worry about exercising or going to the gym after work when i was already tired. It's about establishing habits that you can keep what works for you. Walking is key and you can do that during your lunch break. That may be just the ticket. One more thing to pass along today and for that. We're going to head to the exam news desk for check on health headlines. There's new data showing a plant center. Diet can help to prevent cardiovascular disease a long-term study of nearly five thousand adult shows that those who die it's frequently included nutritionally rich plant foods but did not include a lot of high fat meats had a fifty two percent less chance of developing heart disease and the risks dropped even further as they got older researchers. Say that the risk plummeted by sixty one percent through middle age. The findings are published in the journal of the american heart association. Now this study began all the way back in nineteen eighty five and all of the participants at that time were between the ages of eighteen and thirty and researchers track them all the way up until two thousand and eighteenth so we're talking about thirty two years of data here and their diets were rated using what is known as the priori diet quality score and that is a rating system that essentially assigns a higher value for a more nutritionally rich plant food and a lower value for fatty less nutritionally dense food and to be clear some of the unhealthier plant foods were also included in that category that they called adversely related foods. So you've got an addition to the high fat red meat fat dairy and butter. Then think about things like french fries and potato chips and even a lot of those vegan desserts that you will see in the store. So that also gets lumped into the adverse food category. Meanwhile some of the foods listed in the beneficial category were no surprise fruits avocado beans and lagoons tomatoes whole grains and vegetables. Interestingly were broken into three categories there were green vegetables yellow vegetables and everything else and the database that food researchers were using is massive eighteen thousand different foods in there and those foods then are broken into forty six individual groups for the study now. here's the conclusion verbatim that was published by the study's authors. Our study shows that long term consumption of a nutritionally rich plant center diet is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Furthermore increase plant center diet quality since young adulthood is associated with a lower subsequent risk of cardiovascular disease throughout middle age independent of their earlier diet quality so basically what they're saying is the earlier in life. You begin to eat a healthy diet the healthier you will be as you get older but of course that's also not to say that it's ever too late to start eating a healthier diet and taking care of yourself because that is not the case because we have heard stories on this very show of people who are in their nineties. Suddenly being able to get out of their chair and walk a mile or more after beginning to eat a healthy plant based diet. You make some lifestyle changes and you change what you eat. 'n things happen for a lot of people so keep that in mind the next time that you doubt yourself where someone tells you that they're to set in their ways to change. They can never change at this point in their life. It is never ever too late and you can dive into the nitty gritty of the numbers. If you would like there is a link to the full study right now in the episode notes and for today. That is going to wrap things up. Don't forget to register for dr romance weight. loss program. A link to that is also in the episode notes along with information to schedule an appointment to visit with her and the other doctors dietitians at the barnard medical center. So make today the day you get your health back on track and thank you once again to dr ramone for being here with us today and for everyone here at the physicians committee. I am the weight loss champion. Chuck carroll thank you so very much for listening and remember as always. Keep it plant based.
Belarusian Leader Heads to Russia Amid Showdown With EU
"This is authoritarian leader is heading for Russia to seek assistance amid a bruising showdown with the European Union over the diversion of a flight to arrest a dissident journalist according to the Kremlin president Alexander Lukashenko is set to meet with Vladimir Putin for talks on closer economic ties Moscow has over the years helped but trust Belarus's Soviet style economy with cheap energy supplies and loans now Belarus has provoked the E. U.'s outrage when flight controllers on Sunday told the crew of a Ryanair jet flying from Greece to death when you're there was a bomb threat and instructed the land in the Belarusian capital mixed with Janice Rahman but to say which was arrested along with his Russian girlfriend I'm Charles the last month
"rahman" Discussed on AP News
"Rahman participate. Bitches removal from the plane. He ran a popular messaging app that's played a key role in helping organize massive protests against Belarus is authoritarian President I'm Charles de la Decima. President Biden is sending secretary of state blank into the Middle East to press the Israelis, Palestinians and others. To build on last week's Gaza cease fire by laying the groundwork for resuming peace talks. The U. N health agency, the World Health Organization, opened its annual meeting this morning with a draft resolution in the works. That acknowledges missteps in the response to Cove in 19, the leaders of France and Germany, a rallying around efforts to strengthen the World Health Organization and the world's ability to prepare for and defend against pandemics. This is AP News. The grieving family of a six year old California boys shot dead in a road rage incident is pleading for information. Here's our Julie Walker Joanna Cloonan told KNSD TV. She was driving her son aid into school Friday when a white Volkswagen station wagon cut her off of route 55 Orange in southern California. Ah, couple that pulled over to help said Cloonan told them she flipped off the car. And when she started merging to the right, the Volkswagen slip behind her before one of the occupants fired a gun. The bullet went through the trunk and hit Aidan, who was in the booster seat in the back of the car. Investigators believe a man and a woman were inside the Volkswagen at the time of the shooting. I'm Julie Walker. Air India says Personal data of some travelers has been compromised after a hack names, passport and credit card details. 10 years worth of data, says Air India I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an AP amusement at New York City schools will be all in person this fall with no remote options. Mayor Bill de Blasio made the announcement this morning. New York City has the nation's largest school district with more than one million public school students. College student Rendell Huggins in New York, says she's only getting vaccinated because she's got to get vaccinated to go back to school. If It wasn't mandated. I don't think I would get vaccinated. But Diana Catalan, who's with the Family Health Center in New York, says there are a number of people who don't want to get the cove it shot. I know that a lot of them is saying I'm gonna wait to see what happens a couple of months after My family gets vaccinated or my friends get vaccinated. But we still have a lot that unfortunately, you're not ready. Diana Catalan in New York overall in this country, nearly.
Is It Time To Stop Counting Calories? Dr Vanita Rahman Weighs In
"The idea of not counting. Calories is a little bit confusing since some plant foods like avocados and nuts. They still have quite a bit of calories. So when should we still be keeping track of calories and can we forget all about it. Yeah so you know. It's a little bit confusing. I know for people Because you hear so. Many different types of dietary advice and what works dozen. When do you cards when you count calories. Let's really simplify this. You know. I tell people if you're looking to lose weight or keep it off or improve your health. Think of this large basket of food on your kitchen table and you're going to select food from there. So when does that basket is the key. A lots of fresh fruits vegetables whole grains like keen wa and oats and millet and brown rice and wheat products and then legalzoom's lentils now if we select from those We don't necessarily have to sit there and count calories and the reason being all of these foods are really high in fiber. There are naturally low in fat so their caloric densities low and that fiber just fills us up. So you know. If you've had an apple you know you can only eat one. Maybe two apples before you're really full. And that's because of the fiber in it so you don't to sit there and count honey apples you're eating Where the confusion does come in. Is some of these higher facts. Foods that are plant based like kat does or nuts and seeds are all as now. If you're looking to lose weight or lower your blood sugar you may want to minimize the use of those foods. So you know depending on where you are in your journey reducing that can be extremely helpful but for the other things that i talked about the nutrition profile so good caloric density solo that we really don't have to worry about counting calories.
Comedian Moshe Kasher on Being Home Alone... With A Kid... For A Month
"Natasha is at the end of the month. For a full month she is headed to atlanta to go host a cooking show. I will be all alone with my child for it is my right yes okay. I will be all alone with my child for one full month. And i am stoked i am. It's going to be fun. We're going to chill dude. You're gonna come home she's going to have one matted dreadlock. I'm not gonna calmer here the whole time you're gone. I'm gonna feed mac and cheese for thirty straight days l. Give like top. Ramen is going to be a lot of rahman going
Why You Should Promise Less To Make More
"We all heard the saying under promise over deliver now. I don't actually agree with that statement because under promising sounds like you're holding back purposely so you can overdeliver. There are too many coaches out there. That are promising. I'm gonna get you to seven eight figures there's too many software platforms out there. That are saying it's going to do everything for you including making breakfast every day. Every answer to the cue's is yes. Yes yes we can do this too many online courses or her saying that we cover everything under the sun. This is really dangerous. And it's for several reasons number one when your product when your offer when your course when you're coaching says it does so many things. Most customers read that as these are all the things i have to do. These are all the things. I have to learn. These are all the things. I have to utilize the software. And it's actually a turnoff. It actually turns away customers because it becomes overwhelming. You think. hey i wanna give more value. I wanna give them so many things. I want to show them all the things they can do. But that's not how we function human beings. We love small promises. We love very focused value. Think of your favorite restaurant okay. One of my favorite restaurants is a japanese place. Okay it's a little is a kaya joint that's really really delicious. they do. Little is a kaya. You know a type of platters and they do rahman and they're really focused on kind of japanese street food and i love them because our menus very very limited. I go there for the delicious food. The atmosphere is just simple and fun. Rarely is your favorite restaurant. The place that serves a japanese food. Chinese food italian burgers steaks seafood indian food. No that's overwhelming and it's very rare to do everything. Well
Rahman's biggest investment L
"The west one. Vote pennies listen this to companies as cool as a let me split this allocated certain winnie intellect them. You know diverse of a the portfolio a bit investing. One one. i wake up a week later. I seen the news. Oh one of the oil rigs for this company has like blown up so check at check. The company this company had to oil rigs. I lost fifty percent of the oryx day straight away. My went down. It was
"rahman" Discussed on Masters Decoded
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"rahman" Discussed on Masters Decoded
"rahman" Discussed on Masters Decoded
"rahman" Discussed on Masters Decoded
"When do seems more beautiful than what it is because of so much of darkness around you see a little light and you you truly loan to value it and you sit all. My god is a real light. So i think that's how we perceiving language but yes we have lots of challenges but these are the things which never die. I'm in love harmony brotherhood beauty Romance fain will never die. I mean it really works A lot of sentiments People you know. I personally When you know when you're down when you when you need that zillow a emotions are extra motivations or the language and there are of good poets who've done a great job You know they have meaning in that Boy it takes spine to understand But you said one thing retired one battle battle-plagued of you said you are not qualified. Peter you may not be a qualified teacher in order of which i believe. That's what he meant but you. You do have a big real lecturer. So that's it's back to you. But and if i look at what you're currently doing You want to recognize radio jockey in india. How being electoral to being radio jockey. Read that all beginning. I easter the. I can actually answer this question because you can always look back and join the dots of your life but And that's why. I always say this that sometimes it's important to go with the flow because you you might not know where you wish to in my life. I i had clarity about what. I will not do rather than i would do. Okay okay and so it all began with And i have never gone looking for things but when opportunities come went on my way than i do not know very easily okay. I actually see them as opportunities or what had happened. Was that when. I was in school food. My father was in associate professor of english in university so he was elected. Aw and just like a you know Any any child. I also wanted to become an extra. So i was. I was pretty determined. That i would one they become an actual and that is what i was aiming at and i was a kind of kid who would be very organized about what i want to achieve with. You know with the dates in the sense that by letting by october i should have you visited by so and so whatever so i had made an accent sheet without any written down that this is the this is the your in which i would become a lecturer and i remember. I was in class tenth and I was taking a stroll out. There was low shedding those molex. Busy so my father. My boo An i we will digging outside. And i asked my father. I a boo. When you think you're going to get married. Loosing you nanny said why do you ask said bickers. Listen i'm intense. Right now. Last stands so i need to figure out The years that i will be able to take my own decisions and not consider other things So telling me that i have. Let's say five years. And i would plan my five years accordingly and then i would you know Look ahead so he. He just smiled and he said how do i know when you would get married you know. I was very disappointed. Because everything in life for me was like an excel sheet You know i i should. I should know about everything. And i should be able to plan and stuff. So yeah i i was back. I was back organized and that accelerated in my Head but so so. I had to become electoral. And i was doing everything to become that but i also and i was in class seventh. I had developed a passion. I would say on noon at that point of time. Do work on my gnome oration because i used to listen to olander. I mean that was the only thing that was played my house for the consumption of news and whenever abu would your news on the radio it would always begin with. This is all india radio news by so and so and i. I stopped dreaming about one day when the radio would be. This is all india. Radio news read by simon on. So i wanted to. I want to get there and knotted. And i started doing my You know practice sessions at home. I used to sit with the news. People every evening and i would read the newspaper. Like news reader always starting with this is all india radio. The news read by simon months and So it began there but that was my it if interest okay. I wasn't giving it a lot of attention. But i used to read for all was together and not realize And rene was lost twelve. I remember my father getting a carioca system home for the first time. We had a mike and radio and humidity categorically does that nobody is going to operate it without his permission and the like a typical kate. If you're not through something you we've been. My father was leaving for his classes and he left. And i i started speaking in the mike and i started to guarding my set. Them over said this is all do review the news and started reading the newspaper and my father had forgotten his wallet so he came back all of a sudden his. I saw him. And i freaked. And i stopped. 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"rahman" Discussed on Masters Decoded
"From miranda house delhi university. We spoke about radio do and philosophy during the conversation and it has been a far enriching conversation without much further. Ado let me get on with it. I welcome to masters decoder second season. Thank you so much for having me on this a wonderful show that have been listening to for so long now. Great saimaa and People who don't know about you. You are a pretty big advocate to a language which i believe is losing its essence in the modern times which is also So i would love to your how yawn affection your passion towards order really started off an east will do is my mother tongue and I did not realize the beauty of this language till a few years back. Because i win too sick school so formally i learned english. Hindi and gucci So i can read and write in good movie and You know. I basically used to sing shepherds in cubans in goods whereas in schools. Because i was interested in singing. And i never ever really got the inclination to learn my own language. It was given. It was almost like how we call it. Commodity battle but albert so but but i used to realize that when people in my school used to speak to me on even my teachers they would be enabled by the sound. All for the we. We used to speak somebody to call us Some people would call us kashmiri. Some people would call us luck. Navies and i couldn't understand. Why would they you know what's different about speaking than her. Treat speaking and since we were the only you know me. My brother and sister was slim's in that six school up my features would actually ask me to Sit on the staffroom desk and just bulk. Okay that's a great honor. As well as being person. At that time. I used to feel very uncomfortable. You i'm speaking to normal. Liam speaking the way i speak to amend the way i speak to a book but it was something different about it and later realized that That's what actually got me into so Radio that is what got me into speaking That is what the an and then he realized that. See if if subconsciously i have known Ah language that is so beautiful. As part of my culture. I should be making some of you know conscious efforts to make it better and i think the end dial right now all the better poetry or gooky bachelor. It's basically you know Gathering bill journey of learning together. Doing a group study. Because i cannot call myself a teacher. I not qualified to be called a teacher. But i feel that life is too short. Whatever i am today. If i get it with you know my friends and people who are listening to me or people who had intonation. It'll find this language beautiful. If i share my knowledge then they'll also learn along with me so actually doing like group study with them. When i do in do by sailor report. I'm certainly not a teacher. Just not in authority on language or four three but yes. I'm kim learner. And i feel there are. Many there rightly pointed out that the language is so unique and beautiful even a person And there is a foundation now raked foundation that has taken on itself to promote. Or the and i have seen you participating in one of those The i i would not call an exhibition but this shows which they have once a year. And you know. I i have seen a lot of folks typically or do relate to a particular religion which is a slum but you know in that retaliation. I know a lot of my friends. I've never been there. But lord of non islam friends have been there and they rave about the relations so the language doesn't define religion and religion doesn't define language and it is a beautiful language which I wanna eat and new york. It just sounds beautiful. Oh absolutely emmys. Language has got nothing to do with any religion. Language is spoken in the cultural context and You know Will do originated in india and It's a it's it's it's closer to perhaps the other big or the persian singer and that's why people kind of related to a particular religion which is absolutely foolish. Because i mean i know of muslims who speak a very very of regional languages and that's bill and You know so many so. Yeah i mean all this all this divide of who are languages being dragged you know by religious sect saying this is mine and that is yours is just just a very funny i think language is culture and here in india it kind of changes after every few kilometers so yup. Yeah you know. Yes one thing that i really want to add. Hit unease because you said in your beginning introduction that you You noticed it because you think will do is fading away all diner. I'd like to challenge that because the language of love a language of feed and these are constant emotions of human beings So so it will. It cannot die one second language or or the prominence or fading away off any language also is reflection on how civilization is progressing. we We do look for a soft-spoken civilized soils which are again becoming far fewer in owned and and that's that's how we look at the language also because that is the context we're talking about so language is nothing but and as as the As the emotions and the context of love hominy druther hood. All these things are to life alive but there they faced with a challenge to semi to do To stay strong any language or languages who would Actually complement those emotions and those contexts would also seem like you know getting faded away. But that's not the case. The only thing is the need The need to be brought back in fact this is the time. Let me just also say this that this is the time.
Episode 203 The Yarn Wall - burst 13
"For sure. He was the the helicopter pilot and seven. That was probably at the end when they were. What's right right right. True lies terminator. Two so i think that was probably when the t. one thousand crashes through the window lands on that helicopter. Yeah that is probably The most that he the most and the closest a shot of him sure there are some pics of that. Yeah for sure attacked in his name. And all that came up rahman places. Oh it taste. It corrected it to temporal pm. He played challenger in rocky. Three watt did rocky fight a helicopter in part three will throw a punch at the one and only time. I'm going to do that right. This episode for this episode was a helicopter pilot in scarface. hooper. I can't find this guy. Have you spell his last name again. Just go to mitchell mitchell. The martha mitchell story feel compelled to. Here's the entire exchange of Comings and bitten benton the butler awesome. You're a lousy about their coffee. Is cold lousy butler. But it said it was changed from not. I'm not a god damn bad but allows him butler. Yeah he also when he's yelling at the kid Think he throws a curse word. Buzzsaw think he said my said the f. word i would have that kit was really
Nigeria is at risk of becoming a failed state
"Just the last few weeks to mass kidnappings took place both at schools in northwestern nigeria and the first unidentified gunmen attacked a boarding school. Killing one student and kidnapping forty two others a week later. Thirty eight of those. That were a ducted. Were rescued presumably by government forces. But the day before that rescue unknown gunmen kidnapped over three hundred girls from a boarding school in a nearby state on tuesday. The ap reported that two hundred and seventy were released now. It's not clear whether these kidnappings were driven by ideology ransom money. Though of course motive doesn't make much of a difference to those who are kidnapped or their families not dimension in places like northwestern area and profit are not mutually exclusive motives. Win hostages are released by boko. Haram and other extremist. It's almost always because some ransom has been paid and regardless of motivation. The average nigerian especially the average nigerian christian lives in constant threat for their personal safety. Nigeria's inability to guarantee the basic safety of its citizens now has observers asking whether or not this country is on the verge of becoming a failed state. That's the official term for a state where the government is no longer really in control. It's a label. Most often applied to countries like yemen or somalia where basic institutions are virtually non-existent. At least when it comes to protecting the christian population and institutions. They're nigeria's government hardly seems like they are in control because groups like boko haram and fulani militants operate with a defacto immunity in nigeria. Their actions against christians. There are given defacto legitimacy. If the government's blind eye is not intentional. It's fair to ask. Whether or not the government's authority even can extend beyond abu nigeria's capital city. German max weber famously defined a state as a human community that successfully claims the monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force within a given territory using even that most basic standard nigeria is clearly failing groups like icon have documented the violence in the northern part of the country where christians are killed wounded assaulted and abducted with regularity sometimes daily regularity by boko haram and fulani militants and nigeria is not the only country on the world watch for christian persecution that is also characterized as a fragile or even a failed state seven of the top ten countries on the open doors list also ranked high on the fragile states list which is produced by the fund for peace nigeria ranks ninth on the world watch list and ranks fourteenth on the fragile states index and this pattern makes both political and biblical sense a state that cannot effectively restrain or punish perpetrators of violence is in no position to protect the religious freedoms of its citizens as the apostle paul told the rahman's government is instituted by god in order to execute wrath on the wrongdoer that's why we're to obey the government including paying our taxes not because the government somehow morally praiseworthy. I mean rome certainly wasn't but because it has a god ordained role in keeping the peace and paul urged timothy pray for kings and all who are in high positions so that we citizens may lead a quiet peaceable life godly and respectable in every way but around the world many of our brothers and sisters don't even have that option of living the kind of quiet and peaceable lives that we hear take for granted and yet so many of our brothers and sisters around the world still manage to live in a godly and dignified way which is a powerful testimony to the legitimacy and the vitality of their faith as we pray for persecuted christians in nigeria and elsewhere we should also pray for the stability of their nations even for their government leaders. We should pray that they would have the courage. And the capacity to end insurgencies like boko haram and whenever possible. We should ask our nation and it's leaders to intervene or at least assist in squelching the chaos because without national stability. Our brothers and sisters around the world are kind of like sitting ducks at the mercy of those who wish to do them harm and they have no hope of living quiet and peaceable lives
Second-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments In Anne Arundel County Canceled As Officials Wait For Doses To Arrive
"7000 covert 19 vaccine doses from the state. And that means a bunch of vaccine appointments for second doses have to be rescheduled. Dr. Anil Eshkol Yana Rahman says it's okay if your appointment is is rescheduled because you can wait up to six weeks for that second dose. But this is leading to a domino effect. It's gonna take well into March. To get through this group. So really ask her, Ask folks for their patients. I know it's difficult, but we're recommending is for everybody to get pre registered when you do that. Remember that it's still important to wear your mask, distance and avoid gatherings, and Randall County executive Stuart Pittman says the 3400 doses that they did get will be prioritized for senior citizens and teachers. Pittman also says he's quarantining as a precaution because he may have been exposed to Cove it he has so far tested negative. There is a new push in Maryland to get folks and
"rahman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Hello there. Mork Rahman's. It's the final Sunday of the NFL regular season playoff spots. Division titles. All on the line all over the place. Behave from South will go to Tennessee Titans could be Houston or cultural get it with the victory. In the NFC. The East will be won by a 507 500 team that we know for sure it will be Washington if Washington Beach the Eagles tonight, filling if not It's the Giants Cowboys winner and that game begins at 1 P.m. Eastern, But let's get back to Washington, ESPN. SAL Paolantonio reporting There is good news regarding Washington quarterback Alex Smith. Quarterback Alex Smith has been cleared by the team doctor. So play Sunday night. Against the Eagles. Rivera told me that Smith had two good days on Thursday and Friday went through the walkthrough on Saturday saw the doctor and the doctor said that problematic calf injury is good to go, and Smith is expected to start and play the full game against the Eagles. ESPN. Adam Schefter reports. Gus Edwards is expected to play from Baltimore this afternoon against Cincinnati. He's been dealing with bad back, the Ravens wins a year in a playoff spot. Jeff is reporting that Rams running back Pam Akers will try and give it a go. He's been dealing with an ankle sprain, Rams host Arizona and the winner of that one assured of a wild card playoff spot. College Football Texas making big news Saturday, firing head coach Tom Herman, replacing him with Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkeesian. Hey, This is even more handy real quick here wishing you a happy and safe holiday season full of food, football, family and friends and thank you for listening to Keyshawn J will and Zubin this past year and we'll see.
Dallas - Texas Gov. Abbott Limits Mail Ballot Drop-Off Locations To 1 Per County
"The one drop off location for mail in ballots in next month's election. President Trump contends that increase mail in voting during the Corona virus pandemic will lead to a widespread voter fraud. Governor Abbott says enhancing ballot Security will help stop a legal voting, but critics call it a strategy for what he's doing is a blatant voter suppression technique to stop the rising text collector from voting Obi Rahman with Texas Democratic Party believes election rules shouldn't be changed at the last minute. But Governor Abbott maintains he's protecting the integrity of an election plate. Nevel w
Virtual Holidays: Lessons from our Muslim friends
"Angelica Lindsey. Ali. My name is Sukhothai. My name is Ben to file. Hardest for all of us was on that was that was a killer think yes. Definitely a killer to not be able to be such a community months as a whole month. And for most of it for all amid were at home was how very first one ever. My entire life remembering having big told that we can't go to the mustard. A typical is version without covet. It's The Best Day of the year. Is Really Fun. So what we do is we wake up in the morning we put our best clothes on put our best perfumes and put a best jewelry. And then we go to the market for for prayers we played shoulder to shoulder some of us stay until midnight I'm the last ten days especially because those are more even more specialties the last than days a lot of people I, truly stay at the much. And then after prayers then we you know we congratulate each other go and visit family and friends. There is always a lot of food. There's a lot of festivities and my family I'm usually the one who cooks for all of our family and friends. I think all of us everything shut down in March. We knew Ramadan was coming in late May tune. I think all of us started to pray hard that this was not going to last until them. Praying shoulder to shoulder is a huge deal for us. It's almost like a transfer of a spiritual energy as we pray together and you you have to stay succeed apart because of covid obviously, I must sheets have been closed. So we had a live streaming of the actual prayer. I might be you know out of turn saying this but I, really think it was the women in Lima Sloan Community who really made the most of it because I think we're used to having to be adaptable to change and I. I really liked the way that there were so many outlets like there were so many classes I've found opportunity as many other women did to sort of take center stage. And so I actually had a class with over two hundred one from fifteen different countries every Saturday during the month of McGaw and that gave me an opportunity at least once a week to connect with women to talk about Ramadan go over spiritual principles and really gained much as we could from the month. So that was really beautiful. There were daily drive-thru if tires that women like put together so that if people need it food that they could drive through or walk through or deliver. So yeah I, think it's a time of. Trauma we're all in a collective state of trauma, but it's also a time of immense spirit of opportunity. So Rahman to actually very fulfilling. It got us to be we missed that community but on the other hand I, think all of us were just surprised that the advantages the positives. For instance, I would often either take all of my kids would break at the mustard or break at home and then pray at the mosque together but schooldays, right I wouldn't be able to do that I would often leave the behind This one though we came up with very. Creative ways of involving the kids. So the whole thirty days of the fast, we were able to private the break with our kids play with them, and then we were able to show them what we do in the mustard here at home we we taught my my son to lead some of the prayers which was I think very. Very in new and interesting for him very you know they're empowering for him so. That was a big positive I will go so far to say this year. Ramadan Ede were a lot more meaningful than they have been in the past because we have to be very intentional about who we chose to spend our time with. we were very mindful about wearing things that we could make ourselves or that we already had because a lot of the shops or close We spent a lot of time cheer rating, the experiences that we wanted to have for our children and with people who were within our bubble. So I'll though the fanfare of holiday was missing I really feel like this was one of the best holiday seasons ever because it stripped off all of the slush and really focus on what the essence of the holidays truly are so that that made unexpected. Beautiful.
How two promising lawyers found themselves facing life in prison for alleged Molotov cocktail attack during protests in New York
"Rahman Rahman and and Colin Colin Furred. Furred. Mattis Mattis were were kids kids from from immigrant families who made good both graduates of prestigious law schools. She represented tenants in Housing Court. He was an associate at a corporate firm in Manhattan. Now they face life in prison in one of the government's highest profile cases against protesters. Dina Temple Raston of NPR's investigations team reports. The night of May 29th in Brooklyn was chaos as curfew Jew near police in riot gear began to make arrests. Protesters started throwing water bottles and bricks. The NYPD tried to break up the crowd with pepper spray in swinging batons being excessively aggressive with this crowd here, and it is inappropriate. 70 woman Diana purchased and I'm an elected official, and they just pepper sprayed me for no reason. Rouge Rahmon was there to local journalist stopped her for an interview. Her face was covered with the scarf. She was wearing a black T shirt that read. The struggle continues. This protest is a long time coming. I think that the mayor Should have pulled their his police department back. The way that the mayor and Minneapolis But the part of the interview that ricocheted around the Internet was this. Won't ever stop unless we Take it all down. And that's why the anger is being Express tonight. In this way, prosecutors say in NYPD surveillance camera captured images of Rockman a short time later, she was writing in the passenger seat of a van. Her friend Colin for Mattis was driving. What allegedly happened next defense attorney Shipman says is the basis for the charges against them. It's alleges that a rouge threw a Molotov cocktail into a police car and empty police car. Essentially abandoned police car police car that had been previously vandalized. Two police officers were across the street They gave Chase and Rouge and Colin were arrested. The NYPD video apparently shows it all Rothman and that T shirt. Beige van slowing as it neared the police vehicle. The lighting of a toilet paper fuse the arc of a beer bottle as it crashed under the cruiser's dashboard. The whole episode lasted just seconds. Rahman and Mattis now face seven felonies in federal court. The charges include the use of explosives, arson conspiracy, the use of a destructive device, civil disobedience and the use of a destructive device in the furtherance of a crime of violence. This last charge alone, known as 9 24 C of the criminal code carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 30 years in prison. Add that to the other charges against them, and they could face life behind bars. Attorney Paul Shechtman represents a rouge Rockman and he says his client's case has been singled out ever since. It's been taken federally it has been treated with a seriousness. Ah, harshness unlike any I've ever seen. NPR reviewed 47 Molotov cocktail in arson cases filed across the country. That involved the destruction of police property. And this case to which prosecutors added 1/3 person, Rahman Mattis say they don't know is the only instance in which that 30 year mandatory minimum charge appears. Molotov cocktail cases are usually charged his property crimes in state courts. A spokesman for the U. S Attorney's office declined to discuss the case or they're charging decisions. Attorney General William Barr has been saying for weeks that extremists plotted the violence that erupted during the protests. And he said as much to NPR's Steve Inskeep in an interview last week when we arrest people in charge them at this stage anyway. We don't charge them for being a member of Antifa. We charge him for throwing a Molotov cocktail or we charge them for possession of a gun or possession of gasoline and things to make bombs with. Those are the kinds of charges that are filed. And while prosecutors haven't offered any evidence that Rothman and Madison, part of an extremist group You wouldn't know it from the way they were charged. Good afternoon. Your Honor, This is David Kessler. I'm in the U. S attorney in the Eastern District of New York. The harshness and the Rothman and Mattis case went beyond the charges. Prosecutors also fought their release on bail even though it was supported by two different judges. 56 former federal prosecutors found the government's position so alarming. They filed an amicus brief with the court. A panel of judges heard arguments last Tuesday and because of the Corona virus, all this happened over the phone. This is how it began. The District court's order releasing the defendant on bond should be reversed. And when I want to focus on here is the core issue the danger to the community government attorney David Kessler. This is not a case about a youthful indiscretion or crimes passion. It's about a calculated Dangerous crime committed by adults who risked the lives of innocent civilian first responders. Their crime is so serious, Kessler argued. It negates any mitigating factors that came before it. To throw that Molotov cocktail, he said, required essentially a fundamental change in mindset about for them. That's really what the core of the cases, Shenkman told the judges. Thie entire evening was an aberration. Here's their exchange. You can't imagine what a soldering event this arrest was. Mr Shipman. I can imagine how these people did what they're shown on video to have done. I find the whole case unimaginable. But having during that happened once I'm I'm wondering why it is so unimaginable that it wouldn't happen again. I think because that night Wass really unique. It was young people not just used to people out to protest police violence who saw more of it. Right one. Khun lose one sense on an evening like this. That argument appears to have convinced two of the three judges that Rockman and Mattis aren't a danger to the community. The judges said in an opinion yesterday that they agreed with the lower court that the pair could be safely released on bail. Rahman and Mattis were allowed to go home last night. In the months ahead, they have more than just the government charges to fight. They also have to battle the suggestion that they're mixed up in what theater knee general is called. A witches brew of extremists. Dina Temple Raston. NPR NEWS New York
"rahman" Discussed on Your Essential Nature
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Trump Signs Executive Order Targeting Social Media
"This week. Twitter labeled two of president trump's tweets about mail in voter fraud. The legal said get the facts about mail in ballots and linked to a fact checking page. That's his claims. Were unsubstantiated response. President Trump said he'd take quote action against social media companies. He accused twitter and others of curbing free speech and silencing conservative viewpoints that big action trump promised turned out to be an executive order and he signed it on Thursday our reporter deep-sea the Rahman joins us now to talk more about it. But thank you so much for being here with us. Thanks for having me all right. Let's start with this executive order. What does it say exactly well? At high level is trying to limit the legal protection that social media companies and online platforms in general enjoy under current federal law. So right now. Companies like twitter and facebook are are not necessarily. They're not liable for things that users post on their site and trump is trying to roll that protection back. This is actually part of a much bigger conflict. That's been going on for a while between conservatives especially and social media companies. What allegations have conservatives been leveling at these companies It's been a few years now of of criticism from the conservative community and conservative thinkers and politicians. Their belief is that facebook twitter. Google all these companies are based in Silicon Valley. They're filled with liberals and people who hate conservatives and they feel as if they feel as if the companies have a baked in antipathy for the conservative viewpoint. And so there's been a lot of discussion about this for a long time. I mean we saw this back in. May Twenty sixteen when facebook got in hot water for trending topics. I don't know if you remember that. But trending topics was a scandal where it was alleged that facebook moderators or suppressing conservative. News inside of feature called trending topics and that sparked a new wave of debate about this and and a belief that these tech companies are too liberal to respect conservative viewpoints so since then the tech companies have really gone above and beyond to try to correct that impression and give the impression that they are fair across the across the Board. And some critics say that they've been overly deferential to the right but in cases like this. It hasn't actually helped quell conversation and the accusations. I mean it's still a really testy subject for conservatives. We've also seen a lot of differences between social media companies in the way they've been reacting to this issue. Can you talk a little bit about the differences between facebook and twitter and other platforms in how they've tried to deal with this issue? I think you know every platform has its own rules around misinformation almost all the companies are loath to take stuff down. I think they they view it as a slippery slope that once they start censoring their users. A couple different things will happen. You know people will stop easing the site. And then they'll be in trouble for things they don't take down and so and they often defend that decision by saying whereabout free speech. I mean these companies also have community standards. They take things down all the time that are actually legal but violate their own community rules. And that's their right. They're private companies and so but when it comes to political speech especially when it comes to misinformation to the companies have been very reluctant to take anything down so they've they've adopted sort of a middle stance where they send information to
Israelis And Palestinians Are Quarantined Together In 'Hotel Corona'
"About two hundred people Israelis Palestinians religious non religious all recovering from covert nineteen all forced to live together in a hotel in Jerusalem until they're not contagious anymore the patients call it hotel corona it's all being taped and people at home are tuning in including NPR's Daniel Estrin the very first guests to arrive at hotel corona is nineteen year old I Usha Abu Shahab she's a janitor at a hospital that's where she caught the virus more and more guests check into the hotel in one evening she hears dinner announced over the hotel PA system I will basically have a common problem and she looks for people to sit with their religion Jewish was together she sees the religious Jews or with the other religious Jews the secular with the secular and the R. was together I usually grew up in a Bedouin city in the desert she knows about sticking with your own kind but she lands on an older religious Jewish couple im Rahmen genome Amman they was laughing all the time so I chose them I'm not sure what remote stuff you might not I'm I'm sixty six it's been a couple decades serving in the army he told me he thinks he got the corona virus that is orthodox synagogue in infected his wife so they sit together and eat and then they sing together one of the key PA one
Israelis And Palestinians Are Quarantined Together In Hotel Corona
"About two hundred people Israelis Palestinians religious non religious all recovering from covert nineteen all forced to live together in a hotel in Jerusalem until they're not contagious anymore the patients call it hotel corona it's all being taped and people at home are tuning in including NPR's Daniel Estrin the very first guests to arrive at hotel corona is nineteen year old are you sure I will shop she's a janitor at a hospital that's where she caught the virus more and more guests check into the hotel and one evening she hears dinner announced over the hotel PA system it will basically yeah and she looks for people to sit with their religion Jewish was together she sees the religious Jews or with the other religious Jews the secular with the secular and the R. was together I usually grew up in a Bedouin city in the desert she knows about sticking with your own kind but she lands on an older religious Jewish couple im Rahmen genome Amman they was laughing all the time so I chose them I'm not sure what the knowledge that she might not I'm I'm sixty six it's been a couple decades serving in the army he told me he thinks he got the corona virus as orthodox synagogue in infected his wife so they sit together and eat and then they sing together one of the key PA one in Asia yeah this simple act is unusual in a country where Jews and Arabs tend to live separately I should document sis on her phone which began happening a lot this hotel corona people filming themselves dancing sunbathing together the images go viral and get picked up by the Israeli news I she says she starts having conversations she's never had before I asked them about them religion like above the Jewish people like why when the women get married she started to cover her hair and wide the guys wearing Vicky bug and they explain me aloft the Jews in the hotel ask heard the most sensitive questions that a Palestinian citizen of Israel can face like do you consider yourself more Israeli or Palestinian but the question here felt friendly genuinely curious they didn't judge me like I am IBM I most of them I am that no I am human that you can talk to me like there is no difference between us but then there are fraught moments too like when I was walking back to her room and the guy collapsed he's looks like a Vincent van Gough he's gone to Pailin bearded an orthodox Jew now having an asthma attack on the hallway carpet I usually rushes to help the wonders am I allowed to touch him like I am mom moves them I maybe I'm I cannot talk to him I cannot touch him maybe if she helps him he'll be offended so she calls the medics but until they can get on the protective equipment and enter the hotel they need her to step in and I ask give them medical what I have to do do you think you saved his life actually maybe I
The Bankruptcy Question
"Jennifer. Hensel is a tour guide in Philadelphia. She gives private tours to students. Corporate groups families. She's been in business for nine years. She's forty-one she is passionate about history and she really loves her job not tour the historic area. Philadelphia is complete without including independence hall behind me. This process she makes about fifty thousand dollars year as a tour guide. But it's a funny business. She says it's very seasonal. The winners pretty dead and the spring. That's when we're starting to get our tour. That's when we're starting to pick up but right win things. Were starting to pick up about a month ago. Jennifer got a call. It was a tour group cancelling and then she got another call and another call and another call like even just talking about it. Like my heart. 'cause I remember there was literally one day where I just had. Maybe three to four months worth of work. Just cancel on me like in one afternoon. I remember standing the the street corner at fourth and market waiting for the bus and try not to cry like I've not a crier but it was just like I it was just I couldn't this business. Jennifer built up over nine. Years was just gone. Decimated is maybe the word that comes to mind and Jennifer's head started spinning going. How do I pay my rent? How to pay my bills rent? I was like okay my landlord. He's actually a pretty cool guy. I could probably talk to him and work something out food. Pb and J. Rahman I probably could manage but Jennifer also had this other debt. I have medical that I had surgery last year because I had a cancer scare. I credit card debt like most Americans and it seems to grow faster than you pay down that credit card debt and those medical bills totaled twenty five thousand dollars and with no income on the horizon and the tour industry just looking like it might be very slow to come back that debt just starting to seem overwhelming as she was riding on the bus and more and more people were calling her and e mailing her to cancel their tours. This word started coming into Jennifer's head. This word that seemed simultaneously like a huge relief in escape hatch and also terrifying and unthinkable a word that now hundreds of thousands of people and businesses across the. Us are thinking of right now bankruptcy. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey Manic Smith at Cardiff Garcia. Today on the show bankruptcy the bankruptcy process can be confusing an emotional expensive but is unemployment in the. Us moves towards twenty percent credit card delinquencies rise into the millions. Many businesses and individuals are seeing bankruptcy as
"rahman" Discussed on X96
"Into a really good Rahman weather traffic sports anything yeah we had the first round of the NFL draft last night no Utes went in the first round but we did have a Utah one quarterback from Utah state Jordan love went to the Packers she actually dealing on well where is he from he was not from you we claim him but to mixed feelings from people about that because they feel like it's threatening to Aaron Rodgers Tom Brady I thought you might make this a **** candidate bill thought about it Tom Brady it is new to Florida fee to I think he's finding his way around and you know all those houses in Florida kinda looks so you supposed to go home to the home of the offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers any which showed up and he just yet well he's been there before you know we knocked on the door and just sort of opened it walked right in and and sitting at the counter was not the offensive coordinator for the Buccaneers it was his next door neighbor who just was doing like a work telephone conference thing and looked up and there's Tom Brady standing is hopeful a duffel bags in his hands he said Tom Brady said holy S. this is our this is not the right house I'm so sorry really quickly some Brady's adjusting to Florida whether it's us sunny today and still little cool we will warm up by Saturday Sunday Monday will be in the mid to upper seventies by Monday it looks like today sixty two for a high and traffic is as it has been very light in the only are essential workers seem to be out and they seem to be obeying the rules your one crash to tell you about westbound ninety south at State Street in sandy it's off to the right shoulder if you see something you want me to pass along you can text it to S. three three nine eight six all right here's Bernard candidate number three the best and the brightest I think that was the name of a book that Arthur Schlesinger Jr wrote about John fitzgerald Kennedy and the the the people that John Kennedy hired to work with him in the White House when he became president the best and the brightest so what we have now Michael Caputo tweeted conspiracy theories and claims of millions of Chinese suck the blood out of rabid bats the Pluto the former twenty sixteen campaign adviser to Donald Trump who was recently appointed to the top be the top spokesperson for the health and Human Services department has deleted a number of racist and offensive tweets that he published as the corona virus pandemic spread across the U. S. Mr Caputo deleted all of the tweets on his personal account prior to April twelve and on Thursday he directed his followers to the official Twitter account of HHS Assistant Secretary for public affairs the job he now has brought online archive of Caputo's deleted tweets from as recent as this month are marked by profanity and vitriol against the media attacks on Democrats and racist remarks against Chinese people throughout the corona virus outbreak CNN was first to report on putting those tweets which can still be viewed on internet archive's Wayback machine that takes snapshots of web pages and archives them here are some of the things he tweeted he claimed that millions of Chinese suck the blood out of rabid bats as an appetizer and eat the asset of the anteaters a post that was in response to a question about how he knew that the novel coronavirus started in Wuhan China Caputo also tweeted the phrase hash tag Chinese virus a total of twenty times in one tweet in response to a video of trump defending the racist phrase during a briefing by the White House coronavirus task force the new health department spokesperson also previously accused the media of spreading intentional media panic over Gobert nineteen in late March he tweeted a picture of liberal billionaire and philanthropist George Soros suggesting that he was behind the outbreak of boy sources often the target of right wing anti semitic yes conspiracy theories Caputo affairs trump supporter was appointed to the HHS Assistant Secretary for public affairs earlier this month nothing nothing but the he we also published a book called the Ukraine hoax nothing but the best and the brightest you see one of those schools you see one of those professional people those doctors doctor felt you doctor Burks why they don't cross from because when they're gone somebody like this guy will be put in there aren't Boehner candidate number three nothing but the best and the brightest let's review the first two and vote number one coronavirus quarter demand in Australia it tempting to return ten thousand dollars worth of goods that he bought at the supermarket intending to resell them on eBay because his eBay account was fell through he tried to take the stuff back to the store and they said nope sorry you're stuck with a bloody Bonner candidate number two I'm not a woman wakes up in a body bag after being pronounced dead by doctors in Paraguay and Boehner candidate number three the best and the brightest okay here we go you've got to the side of these three candidates which one is the worst which one deserves to go forward to Boehner fighting possibly become the owner of the day if it wins here it is the winner of round two not Boehner the day yet has to defeat the winner of round ones voting an hour ago we did that but we'll take both of the winners and put them against each other for bona fide at nine twenty that is when you'll decide bummer the day for reals and then it's motor the week after that so choose your candidate for round two year winner from round to choose wisely here we go one two or three remember your candidate number the one that you think should win put that number that single digit is all we need in the message of a text and then text that to three three.
The Coolest Robots Spotted at CES 2020
"Has been a big thing it's es for probably the last five ten in years but now it's all about like robots like that help you around the house of that robots that make you coffee robots that make Rahman I want it is not at my house. Detroit become human. This will not end. Well don't do this. You have to treat them well but people are garbage timer and they don't I know but I'm saying you could be one of the people who lives because yeah actually see the robot that brought you toilet paper. I living down here. What would be your best friend? Wait what so. It's this little robot. So it was from the folks that Sharman and they they were inside the appea- PG Life Studio. I think it was called and I was pep calm and I saw the Sharman folks there and I was like. What are you guys doing here? And and they're like Oh we have a a little robot that brings you toilet paper when you never run out of toilet paper again. God Okay and if this little robot that has toilet paper and it's got the Little Sharman Sharman barefaced.
"rahman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Are you rolling your eyes Rahman's son the little new AG but okay it's not so much new AG I'd to me it's you look at all these areas of your life and how can you improve like and then what you know what can you actually put down hello charge you keep on the refrigerator remarkable things off when you get what you could do it that way if you wanted to I mean I I have it in my notes I could bust a couple out with the whole thing is when I mentioned before about for the people that say I don't have any resolutions are having that stuff so I can do it anytime you know then you probably have a huge ego problem really what are you learning about yourself you need to change is that kind of what you're saying there's nothing that I want to get better at there's nothing that I want to change from perfect the all they need to get right there's no way to know where to go but up I'll just give myself the extra stress of writing and get better number of people I know they don't do resolutions they would tell me there's no way that I'm saying that yeah I could use improvement of course but I want someone telling me wind that I should make that plan mmhm so they are used to control freak kind of yeah you know I mean in the end yeah you can say okay we'll all do it at this point time but everybody could use improvement in different areas that sort of thing you know I mean no one was born perfect okay no you put it in different categories so would be like you know for your job or your occupation for you know if you're a dad relationship with your kids late show with your wife you know it goes physical and then you know what do I want to do and how my gonna go about doing that so you know it's there's so many men you look back after a month or two and realize a guard I'm failing here and here and here I got to do better in those areas you know I mean like I'm going to make sure that I have two days away from the kids with my wife failed there again and you could make excuses well we had all these games to go to and we have this we had bad but I mean if you don't if you not intentional about it just won't happen and different things like that I want to get to this guy you were talked about something Anderson Cooper said on live TV money was co hosting the big CNN new year's eve Shindig third year in a row and was Poppin apparently some Yeager bombs while he was doing it I mean I don't know from one would think CNN would've learned after the don lemon drunken rambling that was a few couple years ago anyway Anderson's having a conversation with Andy Cohen who is co hosting with him and well this is what went down do I have that audio I thought you did the idea of just messing with you okay she.
Boston police investigate after woman and children found dead
"Police in Boston aren't speculating publicly at least about whether a woman with children jumped from a high white rice parking garage to their deaths a woman and two children found unconscious outside in northeastern university parking garage in Boston early Wednesday afternoon all three later pronounced dead at the hospital Boston police chief William gross at this point this is a death investigation this investigation of course will be headed by just secretary Rachel Rahman's
"rahman" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"At the national blueline through band stands sort of near the Vegas that some of the halfway point once you get the dressing you've gone mixing up the lines Grohman Bonino in the middle and Watson on the right on the face shop that over right side still then waiting in the park broken up back in into the Vegas zone he's looking for the best out of why leave now no I don't know why he isn't stone is caring now Superman takes off extra chapter comes out with a minute for to go battling for the block is Rahman forced to the inside what Vegas has a back slow down the national line here Smith with the shot going off the new one Cheryl's right in front of the glove on it it is sent back to the blue line one this makes the one that was during drive out of the right circle thirty five point five to go somehow we got back love up by his head and made the initial saves us from in front and bodies are flying part to refer her own sorrows track to the forty makes one had save and then it gets up and over any hold the chicken wings right arm just under the block to make use of the wild they saw that goal drills.
"rahman" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Go, okay, where do you wanna start? There's so many things to talk about. I think we should start with at yours with. Yeah. With a shirt shares. Okay. And, and note that this is Rahman's first podcast. Rahman's first pot has like a little villain. I want so much penicillin. I want to let your listeners know that Rahman noodle is going to be spoiled rotten. Yeah. This woman just tried to give Rahman a treat because he walked down the hallway. And I was like she's like, how do I make him not in the house, and I'm like, okay, well, you take them outside and yell go pee into new only give them a treat after he pees she he walked out the door on a leash. She was pulling him. So it didn't take any talent to know where he was going. And she was like, boy, giving them a treat. I'm like now not not. But that's not how it goes. So. Rahman is screwed. Yeah. You know what prime learned a lot just in the brief time you've been here? You know what it's like ten minutes with Kelty is like ten years without any other person. And you know where this all stems from I was spoiled as a child. I can't put those habits on my baby. Right. You know who can't can't you can't do it? Look. What happened what he's an angel. He's an age. Oh, baby. Who's taking what happened to me? What What happened? have you can hear me tell you something about my k go I this is my confession. I'm starting right now, just because this has to do with being spoiled. Okay. Jason's going to love that. I'm telling the story because I begged him to never bring this up, but this is such a good confession. Okay. So I try really hard to not be high maintenance in a relationship. I really do. I know him a little bit high maintenance, when I'm like, I know I need to fly first class all the time or stuff like that, and like with my wine, I'm a little high maintenance. Yeah. But in a relationship. So I started the conversation by saying, Jason, do you think I'm high maintenance in this relationship you? No. And so I said, okay, let me just tell you something about living with me. Oh, god. And I said once in a while Joe just in a once in a blue moon when I'm in the shower, it would make me. So happy if you put a towel in the dryer and wanna go out, you just wrapped in, in this warm towel. It's something that I just think is so romantic. And it just makes me so happy. And nice little warm tell I don't know why. But it's been my thing for a few years. And I remember saying on the bachelorette, they're like, I don't know. And I remember saying that. That's something that makes me happy. Yeah. Sean did at once in three and a half years and he celebrated him. So he was like Cher. And I'm like saying it was so funny, but I'm like, it's just a thing, so I was telling him about it, and I think, in his mind, he's going. Oh, god. This, you know, here comes the spoiled girl that she told me about when she was little. But you didn't say that out loud. He went like this. Okay. Okay. Sure. And I'm like, oh, he's bothered by this. And I was like up, but only once in a while. Yeah. So go in the shower. And I guess he was like sitting there because he told me this after he was, like, you know what Jason just suck it up. This is going to make her happy. I know it's ridiculous to make her happy. That's what you're supposed to being. So he did it. Yeah. And I'm mid shower purple shampoo, my hair to really bring out the blonde tones yet. And he comes in and goes here you go bid warm, tell I'm like, I'm ready. He goes, are you kidding me? And I was like I have purple shampoo. My hair and needs to sit in there for. By the time the brassiness, Jay said, do you want to be walking around with a brassy ass girl on your arm? No. Nope. Nope. And so I don't colored this here. Poultry? This is Jennifer Aniston's, Colorado. And suddenly this low key not high maintenance girl becomes a psychopath. Yes. And he goes, you're kidding me. And he tell down, and he goes to bad,.
"rahman" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Rahman and happy belly taco, he's working away here, and he's got some friends here with them tonight. So cool to have him in studio with a live from studio kitchen, Colorado. Again, on Monday, we will be releasing, our road, trip, schedule, and we actually have a stop along the way Jay that folks can come join us. Yeah. Come parlaying. Do you like to camp one night her? She her, she blinked real quick, and would like him, I gonna lie or in your life, actually probably dig a hole in sleep in it. So you're welcome. Big one right next to me, you know, we can hold hands while while we're in the holes selling point. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, we'll stream it live everything. So those that do like to camp, you'll get an invitation coming out on our road trip. I kept Marquette coming up next. Do you want to stick around and hear what the? Okay. Calling keep with us. I like it when she does. All right. We'll take a break. We'll come right back from studio kitchen, Colorado. You're listening to the modern eater show. Don't forget to check us out on the Instagram and Facebook for all the fun photos and videos, just search the modern eater or check out the website, the modern eater dot com. Walgreens, we know that your day doesn't stop prediabetes. So when you've got places to go and people to see count on Walgreens, every day to get expert diabetes advice, twenty four seven find all major brands of testing supplies like Walgreens true Metrix, in store and online and download tools to help you stay on track like our five star mobile app with pill reminder at Walgreens, we're your diabetes. Go to stop by and talk to your pharmacist today. Walgreen's, trusted since nineteen o one indeed..
"rahman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Stopping Robin. Spot can inspired me to try rom love. Excellent. Thank you so much for calling. And where do you stand on? When people start getting creative with Rahman number two on your list is a Ruto and they use truffle. And. We'll to begin with truffle oil is maybe not the best example because I hate truffle oil oil has nothing to do with truffles. It's a synthetic chemical in anytime they put it on your fries. It makes you want to run for the bathroom and throw up, but other things people they're interesting. There's this dichotomy between let's get simple with Robin. And let's fuss it up a little bit. So one of the things that I like to use an as an example is these places that are using butter and parmesan and other dairy products in the Rahman, and it may sound horrible. But it actually kind of works like Rahman Musalia in the east village does a Rahman Rahman set a guy and not the east village one. But the one in the new industry city has a has a Rahman that has parmesan cheese grated on top, and plus butter, and you know, with me so broth, it's not such a bad idea. I mean, I'm hoping people will call and curse me. But like at the Rahman Toda, we talked about they have a KADO is one of the options in avocado is one of those things that it was made to be put in Rahman because it kind of cools it down and smoothes it off and unsalted a little bit. So I'm not opposed to things like that. But I'd rather eat simple Rahman. What I like even better are the are the fetish. She places that do bizarre things with Rodman lake each year on which is a chain that actually comes from the city where Rahman was invented. And there you could eat your Rahman in a little individual booth like a university library, Carol. So you can be private about it who likes to have someone watching them eat their Reimann. It's really sick. That's really odd. Well, this is getting into the fetishes Rahman did not expect this conversation to go this way. Oh, sorry. I'm sorry. When you get the bowl, these two disembodied hands pass it through a curtain. So. And I think it's about the embarrassment that everyone feels about eating by themselves. No matter how confident they seem. You can read a book you can sit at the bar. There's all sorts of remedies, but I to feel the same feeling so it's something a relief to be able to eat in secret. And it reminds me of the movie phantom of liberty. I would explain that go watch the movie and you'll understand what I'm saying. Let's go to Evan from the east village who is online for high. Evan. Well, first off I want to say too much of my chagrin. Are my favorite places? Good place. Well, won't leave. I'd rather you didn't send more people there. But anyhow my favorite at my wife's favorite. We will use on Tompkins swears jerk chicken it. No. We really, you know, I'm with you kind of on the stuff with the parmesan and butter that it I I kind of scoffed at that as well. But it is still listen. So I would highly recommend that y'all check that one out miss Lilley's on Tompkins where the other location of habit. Evan. Thank you so much. Robert, what's your last recommendation? We're going to wrap it up. I would say go to join men Rahman if you want something a little fancier, which is in Chelsea it's on ninth avenue. It's a small place. It's kind of over designed, but they put sea urchin in a dry rom. And that is surprisingly good. So a lot of restaurants in that latitude serve sea urchin, but. I know this is a strange recommendation. But why not? Yeah, why not the name of the pieces. Twenty-five dang and bowls of Rahman in NYC will definitely linked to it on Twitter page, Robert restaurant critic and sleuth at eater. Thanks for stopping by. And thank you. I had such a good time. When we come back our friends from Gotham, Mr. dropping by. WNYC is supported by.
"rahman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Rahman? Great again. This is America with me. Fox news. National security strategist, former deputy assistant strategy to the president and author of a new book why we fight defeating America's enemies with no policies tonight. The president will address the nation. This is the most powerful weapon he has rhetorically politically he's done probably hundreds of campaign speeches to date. But never has. He addressed the nation from the Oval Office in his two years as the incumbent forty fifth president of the United States. Why tonight why is he using this? As most powerful tool because this issue is his most important issue his campaign, if you recall began when Jeff Sessions a serving Senator stood up on the stage put on a red mega hat and endorsed candidate Trump, and what was the subject of that campaign rally, border security, immigration reform and building the wall. And in all likelihood, the president will die. Declare a national emergency on this issue. It's been done many many times before the civil war Lincoln used the national emergency back then FDR multiple occasions. President Wilson has used it. In fact, right now, ladies and gentlemen, don't take my word for it. Go online and look it up. There are more than thirty national emergency statutes or issues to do with official national emergencies from Cuba to Iran that are currently exempt that are actually in place today. So this isn't incredibly unusual and the the president has the power to do it. But let's listen to other people who just a short while ago agreed with this policy platform of the make America, great again agenda. Let's go to cop six I think we can enforce our borders. I think we should enforce our borders. Where forty percent of the babies born on Medicaid in California today are foreign of illegal immigrants creates a very real problem for the state, which is indefinite. Seventeen. Of our prison population at a cost of three hundred million a year, the illegal immigrants that come here and commit felonies. That's not what this nation. That's none other than Dianne Feinstein Dianne Feinstein talking about what illegal immigration to this country can't seven more Feinstein remove the option that is given.