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"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"It's funny because i have a very high end modern machine. I just got with fifty nine hundred. Amd or in The top of the line one of the top line and video cards a thirty eighty and And flights crashes on me. Now i know if i could get it to run it would run fine. I've got more than enough processor and ram and all that but I suspect there's something else going on. So crashes necessarily indicative of anything. I i've never figured out. Why crashes on me. But i haven't spent a lot of time on it. I download you downloaded from the windows store. So in theory you know you should be getting everything and all that I you know it's hard to know. Why is it crashing. I don't know. I do know that flight sim and especially the twenty twenty version is is pretty darn demanding do you. Have you ever played any other games on that system. No no. I've never had an interesting thing again. Yeah okay one more thing when when when when it starts up it does give me the note that your you know caution that your computer does not meet the minimum requirements as a result. You may experience errors during the game. Yeah well the very first air is pam. Yeah yeah it's yeah if it saying when it starts to have you don't have enough then then. You don't dual core. I seven That sounds really really old. You know even people with brand new machines have trouble running flights in. It's very very challenging. So i think that this is You know it's We don't know exactly how old is machine is but that but a dual core i seven sounds pretty darn and is there any way you could. Is there any. Is there around that. I that i did. You might not not on that machine. You can't there's nothing you could do. It's laptop right. Yeah no. There's nothing. I love this machine. It's great you know what this is. The problem in the pretty much one of the few things that really challenges modern harbors gaming. It's what's pushing modern hardware forward and and you know you picked one of the hardest games to play so it's not surprising that is six or seven year. Old computer is not gonna play that game. It's just too old sorry. Is there another machine. And because now you know i tried too hard to get now. You wanna play it. Don't you gotta watch out. Because the next thing you'll be buying a flight yoke and pedals you'll be getting a special chair. You're gonna be careful. It's a very dangerous now. I need three. Twenty seven inch monitors to simulate the windows. This is getting a it can add up there a laptop..

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"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:06 min | 3 weeks ago

"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"So but you're going to probably have to keep them because you're going to need that you're going to need the The internet from them so you may not be able to say goodbye to them. You grew up in los angeles. Of course you bleed dodger blue. You want to see those games. Yeah yeah that's right. yeah. I don't wanna watch cincinnati reds games. I want dodgers games over los angeles for crying out loud. You grew up with vince. Gully the greatest baseball announcer of all time. I actually got to meet him and have a half hour conversation with He was nobody better. And i you know. I'm a giants fan and i still say nobody better than vince. Gully he was. The greatest highschools orange and black. You know i would feel the same way about the giants you know. My dad grew up in new york. When when the giants and the dodgers were both in new york still and he was so mad at the dodgers for leading leaving town became a giants fan and they left actually the dodgers. All the jain. Yeah yeah they're they both left about this. I gotta run. I hope that helps you art. It's a great question. It's nice to have you listening. Thanks. it's tiny jet with a brand new death metal version of. I've been everywhere. Who sings that. Professor laura nikki six yet. Sounds like i did everywhere man. How johnny jet good. I'm not sure if i liked that. Version johnny cash fan. I could says lee professor laura through us a little curve there. How are you today. i'm doing good still visiting. Oh yeah he's passed out on the couch upstairs. And i've seen some videos on your instagram of him cuddling the grandkids and man. It just warms my heart that he couldn't be happier. The difficult part is trying to get him out of the house. now he's like. I'm not going home. White may compress squeezed orange juice every day. Moving in. oh that's nice. That's but actually. I am the only way i can amount is because he wants to see his other grandkids. My brothers in connecticut. So i've been trying to figure out a cheap way to fly first class to new york. We live right outside..

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"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Multi user system. But along with that came the notion of an account. And when you log into your computer you're logging in to your account the presumption is that's you. Those are your files. That's your e mail in you wanna use different emails with different people. They should either have their own account or log into different account on different browsers. Or you're gonna have to sign in and sign out each time. You use outlook dot com. I think that's those three choices. Our.

"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"A little game where you could talk to the planet or really big ice rock pluto. Okay still. it's hard to get too excited about it and i was. I was really hoping for more. I was excited to hear about the next. google phone. the pixel six. I was excited to hear what they're gonna do with photography. They've been you know they'd been the leaders years ago. They were the leaders in camera photography and then they just coasting for the last three years. And just gonna do that again. I really feels like google's kind of lost their mojo just like he's kind of floating along you know you see. That happened to friends and family right. They get to a certain point and they just floating along at the new nothing new don's on the line from los angeles our next caller. Hi don leo laporte. The tech guy are listen to you guys all the time. It's fantastic thank you. I appreciate your listening tired Computer teacher or been retired ten years and i I came into a little problem with luke. Hotmail lay said closed down. But it didn't really. It's still on outlook but the problem is there's more than one person using the computer. It put to default email addresses together. Oh and i'm trying to figure out how to fix it so it's correct well. The way windows works as it assumes that. You're the only person using that account. If somebody else wants to use an account they should create their own log in which is a tight attached to their outlook dot com account. And then this won't happen. It sounds like you've got one log in for two people and This other person's set up their outlook dot com account. Now you've set up your outlook dot com Only one can win. I guess right unless you use one way you could do. This is by using different browsers. So all of this is just stored in a cookie. You know which outlook account the only issue is the..

"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"1798" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Oem's this is an amazing thing Because it means before you buy enterprise technology you can try it. You could see how it works. What you've got you could test out overall solutions ya it. Plus the atc is available to you. It's now a lab as a service. I love this. You can gain access to not just these tests and the labs and all the equipment in the labs but at technical articles expert insights demonstration videos in white papers all the tools. You need to stay up to date with the latest technology and it's free to t partners and customers. It's so great. Wwe has transformed so many businesses as an example state university on name names one of the fifty states. Let's put it that way They wanted to create new opportunities for students to connect with faculty but now they needed to do it online right. Ww t came in. They helped them testing. Compare virtual collaboration solutions again using the advanced center. Because everything's in there and then once the university picked it the. Wwe helped train engaged faculty and students to make sure they loved it and used it and it worked. Wwe uses a personal based approach to help identify what technology you.

Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio

The Tech Guy

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio

"Like apple is offering. Now did we talk about this last week. We talked about the rumor. It's now a fact thereafter ring High resolution high quality audio for apple music subscribers. But not if you're using an apple device to listen to it so that's a little weird a little weird it. doesn't work on the airpods. The airpods pro. The airpods studio. Max doesn't work on the homepods doesn't work on. The homepod mini does work on the apple. Tv so there's one there. But i think you know. Eventually they'll upgrade the wired stuff. I think it's the wireless stuff that ever going to be able to get working but it just shows you. I mean there's a there's it's definitely competitive out there in the streaming music world and as more and more people get better and better bandwidth also. I think it's the case. And that's pretty cool that Will be you know you'll be able to He'll be able to hear higher quality music. Will anybody care. that's the question. Got a whole generation. That grew up on highly compressed. Mp threes and kinda cheap. Those white earbuds. That apple was putting him with their phones for years Probably don't know the difference. Certainly can't hear it but those things no

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"1798" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

07:46 min | 10 months ago

"1798" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"The one. Oh, one freeway in the direction of our hotel. Where we rented the car and yes Hollywood. I didn't see too much of the mountains anymore. But as we drove along, I looked and I saw a sign Hollywood. Jim said there it is. Mother said there it is and wouldn't you know the great people of Hollywood have got a sign right to tell you where it is a. I said brother get off the freeway right there. It was a street called Hunga. And we drove up that street looking for the site. Jim said, well, it's up there to the right. So we drove up some streets along a mountain road to where we thought the sign was, but we kept hitting dead ends. and. All they were little tiny houses with. Shared very lovely but I didn't see any movie stars or movie studios I was beginning to get frustrated. Mother. Said, why don't we stop and have some lunch? She had packed some lunch applesauce. And we also had some of her egg salad sandwiches. Nelson had the fried egg sandwiches that I made. And Jim contributed with his tuna fish sandwiches. We had a chicken casserole as well. Some fruit you always should eat fruit. Of Water, which is always important and some soft drinks I liked the grape sodas. Finished, eating our lunch and packed it away. Jim said, why don't you let me drive? It looks like fun. I said it certainly is. Was that point as Jim began to drive away the car stopped. It wasn't rolling anymore. We couldn't started and mother said right away. She saw the problem we've run out of gas. Will stay tuned. We'll tell you about the rest of our adventure going to Hollywood in California. We'll find out what we did about that car with no gas on William foresights travelogue. Some foresights travelogue. Here on. The William Four sons, travel. Ban Man are ten by it breeds. I. Can't do hate me gets took depicted. You need clever lavender oil goes up the nose into the mind and clears everything out for the period of forty eight hours that you'll need to begin breathing and thinking again, collaborator comes in three sizes. Miniature extra miniature bit. You thought it was going to say larger don't miniature. Timing and invisible I'm really glad it could do and with the invisible bodily just put the whole bottle up your nose. Kind of a joke but not it isn't because that's what you do but it sounds funny climate here he'll be in you. You don't bother talking Charlie it just it doesn't help lavender. It comes in the little tiny, infinitesimally small and invisible bottles by Burgundy. Welcome back to William foresights travelogue. I'm William forsythe. Now we're in Hollywood. California. We finally saw the big Hollywood sign jim and mother and I but we run out of gas. kind of a silly thing to do but you can well imagine we were so excited to be in. Hollywood. What could we do but just look at the sites Actually hadn't seen too many sites be so mountains, we sell the tops of houses in the San Fernando Valley we saw the big Hollywood sign, but then we saw just a bunch of houses and dead ends. Jim started driving the car ran out of gas and mother made the very correct choice. Don't let Jim Drive again because the car ran out of gas while he was driving and Jim agreed. So we got all of our stuff out, we got all of those ballpoint pens and notebooks, mothers caring for autographs, and also, of course, our lunch and our dinner we packed at dinner. And began walking down this winding road in the General Direction of where we had been back to the street called Kobe winger. WHO started walking up quaint gun found another street to go up and we begin walking up that stream wasn't long before we were very tired because these streets are very, very hilly. And a man came out from his house said, may I help you because we were resting on his lawn we were looking for Hollywood and we saw the sign for. And he laughed and said, are you kidding and went back into it was house. Well. No we weren't kidding I. Don't know what got him. Just go back in the house but I imagine he was looking for some kind of something to help us with a black and white car pulled up and it said Los Angeles Police Department on it. A. Very. Nice. Man got out of the car a police officer and said, can I help you and I said we're the William forsythe travelogue show and he said, please turn the camera off and I did. and. He said May. I help you again I said we're with William forsythe travelogue show. We're trying to find Hollywood. He said, well, are you walking? Are you driving and we said we were driving, but we ran out of gas or is right up there. He nodded and said, well I. Tell You what do you have something called triple a. and he said, no, he said you have the name of the rental car agency and I sit here. It is right here sales and he said I'm surprised he still open he went back to his car and radio for someone or something but sure enough within a couple of minutes came tow truck. And it told the car away I said, well, all we did was needed gas. We just ran out of gas. He said I understand what you're blocking the road here and I can't have that. I said well, what do we have to do to keep our car? He said you can find it at this impound lot. Well I said to heck with that right and we all agreed we would just leave that car in the impound lot and the other car that we rented. We would leave at the very end of venture boulevard near the freeway and we will just walk to Hollywood. The. I Band we encountered walking down the road was pushing a shopping cart and he had bottles a knapsack in there and look like videotapes. We said which way is Hollywood. He said go down there and go down there and he pointed the way and sure enough wouldn't you know we're going down the street and off to the right mother almost has a heart attack. It says Hollywood bowl right there. Jim said that's the Hollywood bowl I said, yes it is look at that. We couldn't really see the Hollywood bowl. We just saw the parking lot but we saw the big sign. Hollywood bowl. Right, there, on the sign, it said coming this weekend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Color Guard and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Orchestra doing a selection of your favorites. I thought that's very, very interesting. That sounds like a lot of fun. We ought to get tickets and mother said, well, we could but we're going to be gone by Saturday. We're only in Hollywood for the day. We kept on walking down the street. And suddenly got a lot more crowded lots more cars and lots more people and there it was. Ripley's believe it or not museum and I knew we were in Hollywood. In a book that I had read about Hollywood. Jim said. We can't be very far from Hollywood and vine. We were actually on a street called Coalinga in Hollywood and we begin walking down Hollywood boulevard defined Hollywood and vine we got as far as the one on one freeway again. Well, we kept on walking and found ourselves western and wasn't who glamorous anymore we found out that we were walking out of Hollywood, and we were entering a place called Silverlake and there were a lot of Bohemians and colorful people but not the kind of movie stars that we wanted to see. and. So we turned around and started back by the time. We made it back to the original place. We were in Hollywood where the Ripley's believe it or not museum was we were very tired mother said, her feet were sore and she began to take this pack offer back the miscarrying the lunch and dinner and Oliver Notebooks where she get autographs and she put up there on the sidewalk. So we sat down the sidewalk to. And it wasn't before long. We are all asleep. William Force travelogue, we'll be right back. Do you enjoy our travelogues I sure do if you enjoy our travelogues..

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"1798" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"1798" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Can drive and you certainly don't drive to Canada if you can take a train or perhaps hitch a ride on a truck or something like that, and you don't hitch a ride on a truck or walk or take a train if you can fly there and we'll tell you all about how to get on an airplane to fly places on our next edition of William foresights travelogue. Welcome back to William foresights travel well, the next day mother and Jim and I woke up. We are getting some and they had some wonderful coffee downstairs in the lobby and they had those. Blueberry Muffins that you see their? Mother stealing the muffins again, mother. And off we go. We. Had to rent a car and I forgot that we'd left the car that we rented back the other end of the Ventura? Boulevard. So I said, well, let's go and get that car we're paying for it on. We still had the keys. So we began to Walk Down Ventura Boulevard toward that car. Jim was the one who said well, it took us three hours and I said you're right to get from that card of the hotel mother greed. So we kept walking until we saw anything that said car rental and sure enough there was a place right there. That's owls and their sal right they're waving at us. On in and we rented a car for the day from south and just to make sure I ask Sal if he had a map. And he asks beef I've got many. So I've many maps that right Jim. You said I have many maps and he said, but which kind of. Looking for. I said, I'd like to find a map that will show us how to go to Los Angeles. And he said, okay, here's a map here. That's a map of Los Angeles I said, thank you very much. What we got in the car driving and Jim said, you know where you're going and I said you know something I forgot to ask that guy just because it's a map of Los Angeles, where are we on that map and mother said, you know what Jim you're always thinking that's why no mother likes. Jim She probably likes him better than me. So we had to find out where we were. So we turn the car around and drove back to where I thought the hotel was overshot it by a couple of miles I said, well, let's stop and you guys stay here all go and walk to the hotel or to the car rental place wherever and find out where we are on the map. About a half an hour. Later, I made it to the car rental place I said, thanks for the map, where are we on it and he pointed to a street called shoop straight. East, that's where you are. I said. Thank you very much. I walked back to the car where Jim and mother were, and I realized the car wasn't on shoop street. The car was on a street called Devonshire. There was a street called Devonshire and so I said we were on shoop. Street. Jim said, no, we're not and mothered said that's been mother said, well, that's where the car rental place was I said Oh. Yeah. You're right. and. I said, well, let's get in the car. It's better than walking and we all agreed to do that and. Mother started driving this time and she decided to head in the opposite direction of where I've been going the day before which was to the West and she decided to go east. And there it was again that one. Oh, one freeway. And Mother said with her very famous flair no time like the present and onto the freeway we got and we were sailing along the southern California freeway see that there's full film footage that took. Here's the beautiful skyline. There's streets, the houses, the skylines way down there don't see yet with these are streets and houses. This is an area. Called the San Fernando Valley which is where we were staying. As, we drove along saw the beautiful majestic mountainous there were off to our left. And I wanted to find what those recalled. So I, got out the map that had been given to us by sal and I looked to see where these bounds there was the Santa. Monica Mountains there was also the San Gabriel Mountains. And Mountains just about everywhere. White decided well, that's got to be the Santa Monica Mountains or the San Gabriel mountains one of the two. We came upon a town called Pasadena and I saw signs San Gabriel Boulevard. That's what I said to Jim those of got to be the same. Gabriel. Mountains and he agreed with me. About that time mother said to us. Whereas Hollywood a good question and naturally the place we wanNA visit for our great getaway vacation or adventure in southern. California It turns out that Hollywood was now back towards the West or back that way as I like to call it because I'm not really good with directions Norris Jim Norris. We asked the guy at a gas station that we found on San Gabriel Boulevard. Where's Hollywood? He said, well, you go down the freeway there and he gave us some directions that we ignored. It got very confusing as I'm sure you understand. It was at this point. I said the mother and GM why don't we try to walk again and mother said but what if it's three hours away like the last time? I said good point. Other got behind the wheel and we got up onto the one zero one freeway and sailed back down the one. Oh, one freeway in the direction of our hotel. Where we rented the car and yes Hollywood. I didn't see too much of the mountains anymore. But as we drove along, I looked and I saw a sign Hollywood. Jim said there it is. Mother said there.

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"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"How did the project come together and how many people were involved in that was, I guess it must have been a really therapeutic project for the city as well. It was therapeutic for the city for sure and continues to be. I was very honored to commission the two artistry lavar air Palmy ODA who came up with his idea. Creative time had partnered with municipal art society of New York City and the numerous architects and Pomeranz the great lighting designer to actually design and produce the tribute in light. And you know, for me, it was very important moment because I wanted to show that artists could contribute and positive and profound complicated ways to not only the issues of our day, but even the national tragedies of our day, and it was establishing to me how incredibly embraced this project was how powerful it was for people how moved they were the thousands of letters we receive. We never promoted ourselves in relationship to the project. We wanted to be a little more invisible. And let the art speak for itself and let the individuals who are affected in any number of ways by the events of nine eleven take center stage and it was amazing to me how many thousands of letters of gratitude we had seen. And the lights initially went on six months after the attacks on nine, eleven, and the next morning I remember waking up and going to work thinking to new day. I can get my life back together is a very hard project to produce and on the front page of every newspaper around the world in the newsstands was the tribute in life, and I thought to myself, well, we've done something that really resonates with people, and that was only supposed to happen that one time and it's happened on the anniversary every year of nine eleven cents. So how long has that been seventeen years? So I'm really proud to have been part of helping artists realize a project that given so much to so many people around the world and at home in New York, formerly, you traveled around the world time, you must be. Be looking at what the competition is doing all the time. What's your favorite museum? Well, either. That's a great question actually, and I'm not shy about answering it. You know, I love our New York City museums, but when I look for inspiration on visitor experience and how institutions are engaging with the public, I'm not saying this because we're sitting here in London. I'm saying it because it's true. It's the British museums, the Tate. Modern is an amazing institution, a love how people feel an ownership of it and how they communicate with their visitors, difficult work. And I think it's just fresh, an energizing, an love, the Vienna, and they're broad vision in terms of the artistic disciplines and how they're engaging with those broad artistic practices, a love the Royal Academy, every single show at the real academy is a home run. You know there's so many institutions here that I think are tremendous, and there's a lot for American institutions to learn from. So I come to London as much as I can to get inspiration. This singing the praises over London's museum. She's direct to the Brooklyn museum and should be appearing freeze. Musters Tokes later this week tickets offering, we'll be playing an extended version of that conversation in the coming weeks. That's what we have time for today's edition of the monocle daily. Whoever thanks producer countless and in much Larry research is definitely Connie's Barbra. My Mony studio manager was David Stevens. Globalist is here in time to Gina. Goldwyn is your host should be discussing angle Makul's visit to Israel and wondering Romanians facing the European Parliament's grilling on anti graph performs. That's all coming up on the globalist tomorrow for now from me. Melton goo by thank you very much listening..

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"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Mazdas talks is Friday, which this year has a special focus on the achievements of women in out history. Well, Elia and spoke to Monaco's Tom whole about work and some of the challenges that women continue to face women in arts and culture facing the very same issues that they're facing everywhere, right? We've made a lot of progress, but as we can see in the states from this past week in this cavenaugh era that we haven't made enough advances and it still. Too easy to diminish the input in the experiences of women. And this is a time period of women yet again, rallying as they did in the suffer jet movement to say time's up no more. We will not be discounted. We will be discredited and we will participate. And in fact, we're going to shape culture. We're going to shape our politics. So I hope great deal of good comes out of this moment. That is my dream and the Brooklyn museum has been on this for a long time. I'm one of the few women major museum directors in the country. I'm the first major museum director in New York City. There are lots of women museum directors, but not of an institution of the scale, and we're the only museum in the country and maybe in the world that has at them in arts center. So I hope that the rest of the field will catch up to where the Brooklyn museum has been in terms of its inclusion and social responsiveness, you must have a fall mocking oil in the. Than I do a you seeing interesting coming out of this moment specifically, we just actually installed in our Sackler center. Elizabeth Sackler center for feminist art collection highlights exhibition where we take a look at the metoo movement. We look at times up. We look at even from a more recent, you know, decades historical lens, how artists have been responding male and female and everybody on the LGBTQ I a. plus spectrum, how they've been responding to the issues of inclusion. We see it as a larger, not just a women's issue, but a really human rights issue. So we're seeing constantly artist responding to this including some contemporary works that we've recently purchased by artists like Betty Tompkins, that has been making a series of works about the me too movement on before you came to the Brooklyn museum. You worked for another organization creative time. They fell integral in the two beams of light, which replaced the World Trade Center towers tribute in light..

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"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"But at the same time, this road unconfirmed ministries hot Cain to say, it wants to be a hub in the Indian Ocean. It wants to have. Free trade within the Indian Ocean it. It takes no floss of stuff from Japan as well to get an awful lot of aid. So what is Sri Lanka? You who who young shrank is chain here? Well, I think you know, like a lot of the smaller countries in the region, they find themselves being pulled in all directions. An I think that the concern about the US commitment to the region is is one of the things that makes his very complicated. You know, until very recently, you could pretty much rely on on the US in coming really being sufficiently present in the region that that smaller rivals or or rising powers like China, what kept onto kept pretty much under control. This is no longer the case, and so we're now seeing America's allies haven't come up with other strategies. In Japan's case, it's the, it's it's a strategy of free. Indo Pacific, and Japan is being trying to recruiting. It's been trying to kind of stake. It's claim for an alternative to Chinese power. I'm countries like don't like being forced to decide, frankly, let's move on to the South China Morning post and to the astonishing story of China's highest paid ACTA. The woman cooled fan Bing Bing, followed a quite closely monocle twenty four other her disappearance two months ago she has emerged and she has been saying, sorry, well, she's, she's talked to her incredible pain. Now you might think that her incredible pain was was that she's been going to be fine. You know, a hundred seventy million dollars for non payment of taxes, but apparently her her pain was that of remorse. So after three months in an undisclosed location with much concern about sudden silence funding being has has come back in public view, and she has been one of the highest profile victims of a crackdown. On water cooled, yin, Yang tax avoidance schemes, very Chinese. So the yen pot the dog pot is the real contract which is not disclosed, but but pays the real fee and the young pot, which is the public contract of much smaller fee, a much smaller tanks take. This is absolutely rampant in the Chinese entertainment business on the film business. But since its existence was reviewed a few weeks back on Chinese television, the tax authorities felt that they needed to do something about it because you know the hardworking, Chinese citizen phoned as they are. This liberties don't like to think that these immensely rich people don't pay taxes. So so fan been being has become the posted, go for a craft fishing Surrey in saying that should be sped jail if she pays for tool. But finally about some people have suggested that it wasn't just about taxes. That connections have got a little bit too close for comfort. She had become slight key. Two good friends with slightly to important people. Well, that's, of course this always another story in China and Cetinje one can only speculate, but it is also true that the has been general crackdown on the Chinese entertainment industry and to be, you know, the Chinese film business entertainment business isn't healthy. Only one in the world whose tax fish wouldn't really based grew to ni. Have you ever known a Hollywood foam really make the profit. So. Is is this is this hub done knows this? Has she no longer? Will we ever expect to see here on the silver screen? Again, with enough for more should be allowed a small part in b movie quite soon. Anyway, she's still pretty rich, so she will just go back to celebrity endorsements. Fantastic. Isabel, Hilton editor of China dialogue. Thank you very much indeed for coming up to twenty four with the Asian newspaper review. Finally, we traveled about what half a mile from a snug studio here at Monaco and head to the freeze out pet fair. It's currently taking place in Regent's park, many of the world's most sought after gallery scary. It is a museum directors are descending on the city as a result will Ann Pasternak is director of the Brooklyn museum and institution showcases both contemporary culture and also brings America's diverse and sometimes troubling history to life. She'll be speaking freeze..

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04:55 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"It's five forty, three AM in Beijing, twenty to forty three hit in London. It's time now to go through the Asian front pages, and I'm delighted to say, Isabel, Hilton editor of the China dialect joins me in the studio now. Welcome back Abell, right. We must cover this. Describe it meters of a collision in the South China Sea between US and Chinese warships. How did this happen pretty close encounter. This one will these of the ongoing kind of, you know, standoff in the South China Sea, which China claims it will itself. And the United States says, this is these are international waters and we will conduct what they call phone ups, freedom of navigation operations. And this can become a bit tricky depending on how the Chinese navy takes. On this occasion, we had a Chinese warship which decided to confront and came perilously close to a collision. This is very much against. What an agreement which regulates such encounters signed by both China and the United States some years back. It also reminds me actually of of a very serious incident in two thousand and one in which Chinese shock jock tried the same thing on a US spy plane. They collided the Americans divide, but but the Chinese plane crashed. So the recent track record of Chinese military, not quite gauging the distances. There is a difference though between the military plane and one person in a plane and two enormous ships in the end. The fact is is that these two tangkas boats ships were within meters of each other. The pitch is really, oh, with having a look at who will have squared up to whom I and then who will have blinked well, the the, the Americans were sailing a steady course in. The Chinese trying to intercept them. And I think that they miscalculated but had they collided this would have been a major episode and, and you know, that's the kind of with this, this confrontation in the South China Sea, we are kind of at risk time of something like this happening. The Americans of accused the Chinese of behaving in an unsafe manner. Innoc- how the Chinese reported this, oh, Chinese say, these are Wolters y, yo military ships in water. So you know neither side is willing to down on principle, but you can conduct these standoffs in in a in a safe amount of this is anything come of this speech I think would be an exchange of of insults, and then it'll, it'll pass everyone breath a bit of a sigh of relief. I think until the next unto, let's move onto the Japan Times. Again, another military related story. The rest of the world wondering what to do about China. Japan. Jeff Japan. No, Japan's biggest worship visits, Sri Lanka amid Amid rising. rising Chinese military cloud. Everybody is reacting to China's everyone's dancing to China's tin. Well, lots of naval activity because China's kind of staking out its claim to to expect yard and and this is largely done through through naval claims with with with its with neighbors in the South China Sea Busa with Japan in this in CoCo islands in East China Sea. But the other contests which has been going on which is a poorly result of China's belt and rodak titties the road part of that is actually maritime. And this isn't moved acquiring and building ports all across the Indian Ocean. The Pacific places like what are Pakistan Tabuchi in in North Africa. And so there's a real expansion of Chinese naval power and the Japanese navy which hitherto has has really confined its mission to. Guarding against submarine attack and protecting the US fleet is unto ABI, becoming much more sensitive. And it's it's concern about Selangor is this is a strategic country in the in the Indian Ocean and country in which China recently acquired a ninety s on a put that they had built, which Salunke then founded couldn't afford it, couldn't afford the repayments on the loan and had to hand it over to China. So China actually has an operating basis for Lancashire, which is worrying both India and Japan where does look Seth for for its friends. You mentioned the the control of its put. Is it the humble support to to the Chinese much put holdings in keeps the the debt problem away from Beijing at the same time..

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"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The government salvage the dome with money from the national lottery. There was a perception that the dome was blessed pet vanity project. It's destiny had become too tied up with the prestige of the new labour government. They will also some good old fashioned, practical snafus, the cheap station that was built to serve the dome arrived. Fourteen month late on the opening night, New Year's Eve, a ticketing problem, kept VIP guests waiting outside for hours in the words of its architect. Richard Rogers, the millennium dome couldn't have had a worse perception if he'd worked hard to deliberately upset everyone, but its troubles has only just begun off the Dame opened. It soon became clear that the number of visitors to the millennium experience over the course of the year had been grossly overestimated the financial estimates were based on twelve million visitors making my way to Greenwich, but just over half that number came in order to compensate fish shortfall be amounts of lottery money required to fund the dome was two hundred, four million pounds more than the original estimates. The millennium experience itself was also criticized as lacking in content in particular by conservatives who thought it wasn't British enough, but it's important to point out the opponent, the time place, visited satisfaction at eighty five percent. When the millennium experience end is there was uncertainty about what to do with the dome. Next plans to turn into a football stadium or a high tech business park never came to fruition. It was eventually sold to a company called Meridian delta to turn into an entertainment complex and in two thousand and five. It was publicly renamed oa-to arena. The venue launched in two thousand seven with a concert by Bon Jovi..

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"Chinese authorities, say the actress fan bin being has been fined on more than one hundred million dollars for tax evasion to star dissipate earlier this year. But since posted a long apology online, it's understood

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05:18 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Right now. Manco keeping an eye on the wall. Twenty-three seventeen in Warsaw twenty two twenty hit in London. Other residents of the small polish town of about enough could be about to get all the big shock. There are plans for the municipality, which is currently home to around fifteen hundred people to become the site of Europe's biggest at port about forty kilometers outside outside war. So the new hub would welcome forty, seven million passengers a year, and that's just vistas will Ben focus Yeta of Jane's, eh, port review. And I'm delighted to say he joins us on the line. Welcome to Mona cool, twenty full Ben. Just explain to us how big this this plan is. Well, it's certainly very ambitious, the polish government and the state-owned allowing a lot polish airlines. They want to build a new hub for central Europe fan, rational that logic is the Warsaw Chopin apple. The existing nine airport is approaching saturation point over the next couple of years. Even though the airport was upgraded. Very recently relatively recently for the euro twenty twelve football tournament, but it is approaching situation point. So the idea is to build a very large greenfield port in the location that you mentioned. We're looking at what the the increase in if things start to be built in the next few years with the with the ultimate capacity to be a hundred million passengers a year. Now you mentioned the the the the Frederic Chopin that port is nearing end of capacity and is in fact in a bigger than we also the bigger than prog app. Now and and an is eastern Europe's biggest apple. But is there a need for an airport that big in Ponant. There were two saw to the arguments have cools the the argument among the expansionists if control them that is that PO the GDP is growing a very good healthy right is full cost four point, eight percent, full twenty teen, and there is a link between GDP growth and traffic growth. So the damone these that they hope in the as to come. Also, they think there's an attempt to try and connect with the policy that Chinese government his coming up with the silk road economic belt policy to try and build good logistics, trade and travel connections between Asia and Europe. I think that's one of the reasons why this new airport is being planned. Tell us more about how this would work in terms of the political ambitions for this. People are saying. What's known as the central transport hub, which is what we're talking about is in fact something the governing Lauren Justice party is pushing very, very hard, and it is in fact a sort of an international vanity project. Yes. As well in this very, very big prestige angle to the plan given the fact that as you say, there is a national nationalistic government in charge. We often see around the world in in in a nationalist and Darrow set authoritarian regimes. There is a a, a connection between those governments and vanity projects and building large airports and other kinds of infrastructure wouldn't think this has happened in the last few weeks. I think it was the does a suggestion Poland could play host for to a very large American eb. What would Poland's role be that for something becomes the center of both civil and military aviation in Europe who would suffer who's who's lunch? Would they be eating. Well, I wasn't aware of any any plans for some kind of NATO base to to shed that facility, but it's not known for lodge, eh ports to to have both the civil and military tenants and needs to be a very, very sort of a careful demarcation between those two different kinds of oparation. But as I said, I wasn't aware of any any Naito involvement that there was a suggestion that was made between the polish presidents and Donald Trump. That would be an American Ed base cooled. The Trump Abass which many people suggested was a raw, the large and fanciful idea, but it still plays into the idea, doesn't hit that if you have an enormous at put to civil aviation and you have enormous military airbase, someone else in Europe is going to is going to lose out. Well, I'm not sure if the it sat coned a zero sum game, particularly if you look at the the recent years trend of overall traffic in Europe and in central and eastern Europe, the trend is up demand is only going to continue to grow as GDP grows and population growth..

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"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Governance innovation best m- a very warm, welcome to monocle twenty four who is Jamal? Kashogi. He's a once loyal subject now, a self imposed dissident. Well, that's right. I mean, Jamila Shoghi was well known. I think in many sort of Saudi intellectual circles, he certainly was a supporter of the kingdom, the the Royal family. And I would say even one of those many who supported Hamad bin segments initial reform efforts. But of course, I think he was a writer. We so noticing how the government was increasingly cracking down on to lectu -als poets women's activists. I mean, all of the very reformers who frankly would have been supportive of had been sown man's plan. So it's really quite ironic and decided to basically defect and has stayed in the United States has been writing for Washington Post very pointed pieces. I think that have garnered a great deal of attention including many that have been translated into Arabic which are which was quite unorthodox for the Washington Post and lists to say. But he certainly has made his Mark in journalism and is now seen as a very prominent voice of many Saudi intellectuals who are on the outside. Indeed, just reading the vote. Washington Post has had to say in the last few hours and this is a, it's his very open cool. Anybody who knows of Mr. cushal gates, whereabouts tickets in touch of his, they speak. If he's keen desire to demystify Saudi Arabia for a global audience, there. Gestion that, yes, he is a fist critic, yes. At the same time, there's a tremendous love his home country. And nights. Say that really translates to many of the activists and individuals who really for years before Mohammed bin Salman effectively took sort of the rain's even though his father's officially still the king. I would say that many of the people that unfortunately, the kingdom is turned against recently are the very the very few who were frankly proponents of reform. This is what is so frustrating asking for things like a relaxation of the guardianship laws more open and liberal Saudi society increased direct foreign investment, increased engagement with the outside world. I mean, all of this was part and parcel of much of what these young a lot of them are young, but you know, John is not surly. One of the young ones was certainly many of the reformers wanted to see these kinds of changes, and they would have been the greatest allies in advocates of bin. So men's reform efforts. But you know, certainly, I think the crackdown on these individuals just points out how little. Room there is even for supporters of haven't been some men's reforms to to sort of share the limelight. He relayed. I would say how the sun man wants to sort of be the only one to sort of give these rights not to have other say that they earned it, but in fact that the the monarchy was giving those rights and that really protests and activism is not the way forward. How does that square with this perceived opening up to the Saudi kingdom has been very, very keen to promote in the last year or so. We all guessing lots of stories from outside Saudi Arabia of women being allowed to drive of a various freedoms being afforded to people. And yet is the situation with, as you say, there is this wave of people being arrested, those even a Saudi economist and a social media star, who in the last couple of days had been charged with terrorism indeed, and not really. I think as part of the challenge is anyone who criticizes the kingdom who brings shame to the kingdom, which offices of. Very wide remit. Criticizes. The official line of the government is deemed to be an enemy of the state in the same brand or in the same charge as one would Levy against many terrorism. So it's really hyped up security charges, and it really does create the climate of fear and increasingly as German often very much wrote about, you know, it is really unbecoming of a modern society, and that was really, I think the feeling of many of those who once again were perhaps would have been the first celebrates Howard with some men's reforms. One thing that has been noticed with this case is Jim o. kashogi admittedly was in the Saudi Arabian consulate nonetheless, he was in Istanbul. His intention was to marry his fiancee next week. What does that say about the distance to which the Saudi authorities can now reach into other countries to to quash dissent into hold back those who've criticized the kingdom..

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Who is Jamal Khashoggi?

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01:27 min | 2 years ago

Who is Jamal Khashoggi?

"Arabia for a global audience, there. Gestion that, yes, he is a fist critic, yes. At the same time, there's a tremendous love his home country. And nights. Say that really translates to many of the activists and individuals who really for years before Mohammed bin Salman effectively took sort of the rain's even though his father's officially still the king. I would say that many of the people that unfortunately, the kingdom is turned against recently are the very the very few who were frankly proponents of reform. This is what is so frustrating asking for things like a relaxation of the guardianship laws more open and liberal Saudi society increased direct foreign investment, increased engagement with the outside world. I mean, all of this was part and parcel of much of what these young a lot of them are young, but you know, John is not surly. One of the young ones was certainly many of the reformers wanted to see these kinds of changes, and they would have been the greatest allies in advocates of bin. So men's reform efforts. But you know, certainly, I think the crackdown on these individuals just points out how little. Room there is even for supporters of haven't been some men's reforms to to sort of share the limelight. He relayed. I would say how the sun man wants to sort of be the only one to sort of give these rights not to have other say that they earned it, but in fact that the the monarchy

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"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"So I think there'll be an expectation that did they get insurance at the FBI investigation was thorough as a should have been done. And then I think that they will be particularly vigilant on the question, did he did he come before the Senate Judiciary committee and actively lie or misrepresent parts of his past senators do not like being disrespected zone of the sort of core institutional pride, things that comes along with that position. And I think that if they feel like he came and thought he could get away with telling them anything that they will not want to put themselves out on the line firms nomination, one thing you mentioned the briefly session. If let's say he is elected to the supreme court and suddenly something else emerges more. Accusations. The subdued Apu forward. What is the position for judge in the highest court in the land to be there for subjected to yet another fresh inquiry? Can he be removed? Is it possible to get rid of investigation when he's one of the country's most important judges? Yeah, if there's a criminal investigation, he is as susceptible to being investigated for crimes as any other citizen, even more so than the present there, none. The sort of constitutional restraints that said, a lot of the things we're talking about happening long ago and and could be beyond the statute of limitations as sort of political remedy. A supreme court. Justice can be impeached. It's the only sort of option there is to remove one from from office. It would begin the same way that a impeachment of a president would begin in the house of representatives. And in this case, you can imagine if Democrats learn more, they can impeach him either for the underlying crimes. You know that the whatever crimes of allegations of sexual misconduct or. Or or moral turpitude that come along with that or more likely they get sort of clear evidence that he, he perjured himself in front of the Senate. He he knowingly lied to the Senate that that is probably a more clean cut path. Democrats decided once they take back the house and possibly the Senate, and that can be next year could be ten years from now that they want to remove him from the supreme court. Just last year, there was a a little bit of a proposal slightly cheeky to go back in peach. Judge Clarence Thomas who sat on the bench for twenty five years for lying to the Senate Judiciary committee hundred ninety. One. You could see this become a crusade for Democrats for for many years down the line is symbolic. Thank you for joining us listening to monocle twenty full..

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"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

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04:16 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The woman who testified against him last night or of his two other accuses Julie sweat, Nick and Deborah Ramirez, what's happening at the FBI. So the FBI client in this is the White House, the White House sort of submits a request for reopening the background check which they had done previously on cavenaugh. And prior to these allegations of of sexual misconduct and the White House, as a result, conservative set the terms of of that new inquiry and we received mixed signals between what the White House counsel requested, which was a very narrow list of people who were were to be interviewed and what Trump has claimed in public settings in interviews or at least it's her press conferences in and on Twitter where he sort of suggested that he was fine with the. With with the FBI interviewing anybody as long as they did it on on this quick timetable. But so you know what? We're what we're getting is sort of reports from individuals or their lawyers, saying one of two things. One I have been interviewed and we know that Mark judge sort of Kavanagh's high school drinking buddy recovering alcoholic by his own admission has been interviewed. And then we also hear from people who say that they haven't been interviewed, including the women who have accused him, and we believe that that also includes Cavanaugh. It's not, you know the, there's an investigative logic where the f. b. i. might hold off until the end of this process to speak to those two main participants. But I think what what? What is clearly adds up to is that even as the f. b. i. focuses on on the two primary examples, the Ford and Ramirez accusations that this is not a sort of open ended. Pursuit of certainly any instance where he may have misrepresented himself to to. The Senate, and indeed what does it say about the the reputation of the FBI you? You mentioned that that that Mazda is the White House, but there are reports at the director of the FBI regardless as to what is a fish Lee being done in terms of the active pursuit of of the case is recording? Absolutely everything that they themselves are doing just in case one day it needs to be made public. I mean, we're, it's all of this is happening in the backdrop of of remarkable hostility between the White House and the FBI and that you know, this is not unlike the investigation at the president calls a witch hunt, sir, conventional criminal investigation. And so the f. b. i. has is on a much tighter leash from the White House on on sort of how they go about doing this and they are investigating aspects of Russian interference for example, or other types of corruption where it really is evidently improper for for the president or. His lawyers to to give marching orders to to people conducting an investigation. So what is likely to happen there are as you mentioned those senators who are not quite decided yet. I think there are what five members of the Senate to haven't quite decided whether they will accept Brad Kavanagh to that group. What is likely to happen though? Is this inevitability that judge Cavanaugh will become part of the supreme court, but will forevermore have this lingering over him? I don't think it's an inevitability there are these five members as you say, three Republicans to Democrats it is it's believed that it is likely that they were at least four of them will will sort of go in tandem. It's a lot safer perhaps for to avoid one of them sort of being seen as the the decisive vote in either direction. You know that they will have a few particular questions that they want answer the next year is one was this as sort of complete FBI investigation and not just a way for the White House to to cover. It's it's, it's tail on this matter and partially is because if you're one of these moderate Republic. Can women senators. You don't want the risk of voting for Brett Cavin on now on the insurance at the FBI did a background check and then three weeks from now, there's a report in a newspaper magazine that suggested he did something far worse and he's on the bench permanently..

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"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"1798" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The FBI has barely opened its investigation into allegations of sexual assault against the supreme court. Nominee Brett Cavanaugh who already it's been hinted that the investigation could be wrapped up within the next twenty four hours. There are reports that there is pressure to confirm judge Cavanaugh onto the supreme council and the to vote needs to be pushed through fast. Well, Sasha Eisenberg Washington correspondent, and he joins us with more Sasha, welcome back to monocle twenty four. What's the latest please? There are reports that in a report from the FBI could arrive at the Senate as early as later today, which would be in line with the sort of accelerated timetable. That Mitch McConnell is, is hoping for his insisted that the the, that the nomination will come to the floor of the Senate for a vote this week. If if the report arrives shortly, I think the idea would be a senators and a very small number of staff would have a day or two to look over the the materials that were or sent. In a confidential setting. And then as early as Friday, you'd have the first procedural vote to to start moving a cabinet nomination towards towards the final vote on the floor. And this suggestion is that the fast of the FBI wrap-up investigation the SUNA judge Cavanaugh seems his position on the supreme court council. Is that right? Yes. So this court started, it's Tom this week as it always does the first week in October. Initially, Republicans had set forth the objective of seating Cavanaugh for the whole term that didn't come to pass. What that means is that that the supreme court, which typically has nine members now has eight increasing the likelihood that you could have votes that are deadlocked at four force. On one hand, there is there is a a very reasonable sort of high minded process argument for wanting to have a full supreme court as quickly as possible. On the other side, there's a very simple. Oculus that they're playing, which is that generally the longer this has gone on the worst. It's been for the prospects of actually confirming Cavanaugh. And just in the last few days, we see news reports coming out some polling that could give. Some of these Republicans pause said that effectively is the issue the the longer they wait the worse. It gets for the Republicans to get them. Men in the supreme court is it's a simple as that. I think that that's a large part of it. The I, I think with time over the last couple of weeks, certainly with time has come more reasons for Republicans and moderate Democrats to vote against this, and you know part of what there's a question of what will come out in the in the FBI interviews themselves. Then there's what else sorta just comes out into the atmosphere. As time goes on just yesterday, we saw a report from the New York Times which got its hands on a handwritten letter. The Cavanaugh had written as a high school soon organizing a week of drinking at the beach. Some of the details of which impure to contradict or undermine claims that he had made in testimony last week, it's it's still been sort of my assumption that that if any of these Republican senators vote against Kavanagh's nomination, it's more likely to come with a claim that he had lied to the Senator light to the Senate Judiciary committee as the sort of principle disqualifying offense more than somebody claiming that they were convinced that he had committed these, these sex crimes of which he's accused. And there have been a few indications in the last few days that he was certainly not totally forthcoming and quite possibly perjured himself. When he tried mostly to downplay the role of drinking as a high school and college student, nonetheless, regardless to what was said, death inquiry last week, the scope of the investigation is extremely narrow, isn't it? In some some suggesting, perhaps they're all going to be no interviews with. Judge Cavanaugh himself. No. Will there be interviews with Christine Blasi Ford?.

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