35 Burst results for "21"

Mitchell upstages LeBron at home, Cavs down Lakers 116-102

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 hrs ago

Mitchell upstages LeBron at home, Cavs down Lakers 116-102

"Donovan Mitchell scored 17 of his game high 43 points in the fourth quarter as the Cavaliers defeated the Lakers one 16 one O two. Cleveland led by only two after three quarters but pulled away in the fourth. Jared Allen chipped in with 24 points. As much as you want to say it's not a bigger game at the end of the day the whole world knows that it is. But we wanted to minimize it and play our game. We wanted to play Cleveland cavalier basketball and try to stick to our own roots as much as we could. LeBron James had 21 points for the Lakers who saw Anthony Davis lead the contest early on with a high temperature. I'm David Shuster.

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NY Saint Nicholas Greek ChurchSt. Nicholas Greek Church reopens after 9/11

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 17 hrs ago

NY Saint Nicholas Greek ChurchSt. Nicholas Greek Church reopens after 9/11

"A Greek Orthodox church that was destroyed in the September 11th attacks is reopened to the public at the World Trade Center site in New York. Parish council member Olga pavlos says the reopening of saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox church and national shrine is very emotional. It's been a long time coming. 21 years, a lot of hardships, a lot of ups and downs, but we finally made it. The church now overlooks the trade center memorial pools and an elevated park. Michael Soros with the Friends of saint Nicholas says the shrine completes the Trinity at ground zero. You have the museum. You have the reflecting poles, but now faith has been restored to ground zero. People from all faiths are invited to pray and meditate. I'm Ed Donahue

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Man who shot Lady Gaga's dog walker gets 21 years in prison

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Man who shot Lady Gaga's dog walker gets 21 years in prison

"The man who shot singer Lady Gaga's dog walker has been sentenced to 21 years in prison, and marches are a letter with the latest. The Los Angeles district attorney's office says James Howard Jackson had pleaded no contest last year to attempted murder in a violent robbery in February 2021. Prosecutors say Jackson was part of a group driving around Los Angeles looking for valuable French bulldogs to steal. Authorities say they shot Ryan Fisher and stole the dogs he was walking, which coincidentally belonged to Lady Gaga. The dogs were returned by a woman who was also charged in the crime.

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Day 339 of The Bible in a Year: Priscilla and Aquila

The Bible in a Year

02:38 min | 2 d ago

Day 339 of The Bible in a Year: Priscilla and Aquila

"Acts chapter 18. First Corinthians, chapter 16, and proverb chapter 28 versus 19 21. The acts of the apostles, chapter 18 Paul and Corinth. After this, he left Athens and went to Corinth, and he found a Jew named Aquila, a native of pontus, lately come from Italy with his wife Priscilla because Claudius had commanded all the Jews to leave Rome. And he went to see them, and because he was of the same trade he stayed with them, and they worked, for by trade, they were tent makers. And he argued in the synagogue every Sabbath and persuaded Jews and Greeks. When Silas and Timothy arrived from Macedonia, Paul was occupied with preaching, testifying to the Jews that the Christ was Jesus. And when they opposed and reviled him, he shook out his garments and said to them, your blood to be upon your heads. I am innocent. From now on, I will go to the gentiles. And he left there and went to the house of a man named titius, justice, a worshipper of God. His house was next door to the synagogue. Christmas, the ruler of the synagogue believed in the lord together with all his household, and many of the Corinthians, hearing Paul believed, and were baptized. And the lord said to Paul one night in a vision. Do not be afraid, but speak, and do not be silent. For I am with you, and no man shall attack you to harm you for I have many people in this city. And he stayed a year in 6 months, teaching the word of God among them. But when gallio was pro counsel of achaia, the Jews made a united attack upon Paul and brought him before the tribunal, saying, this man is persuading men to worship God contrary to the law. But when Paul was about to open his mouth, gallio said to the Jews. If it were a matter of wrongdoing or vicious crime, I should have reason to bear with you, oh Jews. But since it is a matter of questions about words and names and your own law, see to it yourselves. I refuse to be a judge of these things. And he drove them from the tribunal, and they all seized sauce the knees, the ruler of the synagogue, and beat him in front of the tribunal, but gallio paid no attention to this. Paul's return to Antioch. After this, Paul stayed many days longer, and then took leave of the brethren and sailed for Syria and with him Priscilla and Aquila. He cut his hair for he had a vow. And they came to Ephesus, and he left them there. But he himself went into the synagogue and argued with the Jews. When they asked him to stay for a longer period, he declined. But on taking leave of them, he said, I will return to you if God wills. And he set sail from Ephesus. When he had landed at caesarea, he went up and greeted the church, and then went down to Antioch. After spending some time there, he departed, and went from place to place through the region of galatia and phrygia, strengthening all the disciples.

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Kraken Daily Market Report for November 29 2022

Kraken Blog

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

Kraken Daily Market Report for November 29 2022

"5 a.m. Wednesday November 30th, 2022. Kraken daily market report for November 29th, 2022. Overview. Daily spot trading volume 1.04 billion, 30 day average spot 798.8 million. Total futures notional 70.4 million. The top 5 traded coins were, respectively, tether 0.02, USD coin 0.01, Bitcoin 1.0, Ethereum 4.2, and Dogecoin 6.9. Strong returns from super farm 21 harvest finance 16 and orca 13 the post kraken daily market report for November 29th, 2022, appeared first on kraken blog.

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Coinigy UI v2.34.0 Release Notes

Coinigy Insights

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Coinigy UI v2.34.0 Release Notes

"7 p.m. Tuesday, September 20th, 2022. Coinage UI version 2.34 .0 release notes. Crypto screener X 21 92 add new mining columns crypto screener X 21 92 ad spot, derivatives, defy filter crypto screener, X 21 92 fixed websockets performance may navigation styling updates cold wall aqua added as a main NAV item in certain contexts updated styling on the orders table alerts form styling improvement, remember preferred page.

Alvarado's 38 points pace Pelicans past Nuggets, 121-106

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00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Alvarado's 38 points pace Pelicans past Nuggets, 121-106

"The pelicans picked up their fourth straight win by thumping the nuggets, one 21 one O 6. Jose alvarado delivered career highs of 8 three pointers and 38 points. I think my high is in college was 29, 28, somewhere around there. So to get here, I ain't bad. He came off the bench with the pelicans trailing by 14 in the first quarter. Alvarado immediately scored 8 points during an 11 one run. Nikola Jokić had 32 points and 16 rebounds for the nuggets who have dropped two straight since a four game winning streak. I'm Dave ferry.

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Edey's 31 points, 22 boards lead No. 5 Purdue past Minnesota

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00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Edey's 31 points, 22 boards lead No. 5 Purdue past Minnesota

"8 and O Purdue took a 22 point first half lead and never looked back for an 89 70 win over Minnesota. Boilermaker center Zack Edie had 31 points and 22 rebounds, both career highs. Edie says his rebounding is creating scoring opportunities. Whenever I'm around the room trying to finish trying to finish over the room, a lot of times when you go in with that mentality, you get vowels, you get those layups, get those easy dunks. Minnesota, which is now four and four got 21 points from jamison battle. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana

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Clark's 18 lift No. 3 Virginia past Florida St in ACC opener

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00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Clark's 18 lift No. 3 Virginia past Florida St in ACC opener

"PA Clark scored 18 points and third ranked Virginia earned its 15th straight ACC opening win by downing Florida state, 62 57. The Cavaliers trailed 22 21 before opening the second half on a 22 9 run. Neither team shot over 30% in the first half, combining for only 13 field goals. We speakman hit four free throws over the final 34 seconds to secure the win. Jaden Gardner added ten points and 7 rebounds for the 7 O Cavaliers. Darren green scored 17 points in FSU's 5th straight loss. I'm Dave ferry

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Mavs' Doncic, Hardaway team up in 121-100 win over Knicks

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00:36 sec | 3 d ago

Mavs' Doncic, Hardaway team up in 121-100 win over Knicks

"The Mavericks trail by 7 before dominating the second half of the one 21 100 rather the Knicks Dallas outscored New York 69 41 after intermission to nail down just its second win in 7 games. Luka Dončić led all scores with 30 points and former Nick Tim Hardaway junior delivered 28 points. Dončić got hot after scoring just 11 points on three of 11 shooting in the first half. You can see that we can really play basketball and it was really enjoyable being out there with the team. Hardaway had 17 points in the third quarter, including 5 three pointers during a 27 6 run. I'm Dave ferry.

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Adebayo, Herro lead Heat over Celtics after Brown forces OT

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00:33 sec | 4 d ago

Adebayo, Herro lead Heat over Celtics after Brown forces OT

"Bam adebayo and Tyler hero combined for 54 points in the heats one 21 16 overtime win at Boston. Jimmy Butler had 25 points and 15 rebounds after missing the heat's previous 7 games with the sore right knee. My team welcomed me back and let me do what I do. It was just a big dove overall. At a bio dropped in 28 points and hero added 26 for Miami, which had four players score at least 20. Jaylen Brown was high man for the Celtics with 37 points, and sent the game to OT by draining a three pointer with 1.7 seconds left in regulation. I'm Dave fairy.

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Glenn Kirschner: The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion Is 'Poetry'

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:32 min | 4 d ago

Glenn Kirschner: The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion Is 'Poetry'

"You said justice is coming this morning. It's a sunrise justice. Yeah, and that was almost premature jingle there. That kind of hurt. Sorry. Yeah, no. I think things are looking up. Objectively, things are looking up with the 11th circuit with Trump's former high White House lawyers being ordered back into the grand jury to tell the whole truth about Trump and on and on. It's just kept coming for Trump this week. Yeah. It's a beautiful thing. Well, I mean, as you were saying back when this happened, this was just so improper in the first place. They obviously went judge shopping for judge cannon, which she did was completely improper, but I think as you told us at the time, it just caused the delay that he was hoping for, but that's over now, right? It is over. And you know, it's a really important opinion. I would urge everybody to read at least pages 20 and 21, three paragraphs, because as I said on Lawrence O'Donnell's show last night, that is about as close as you get to rule of law, poetry. It was so good. And let me say I was on the panel with my friends Joyce Vance and barb mcquaid. So you know I kind of dragged down the IQ of the panel. But I have to quote what my friend Joyce Vance said, she said that the 11th circuit Court of Appeals opinion was so scorched earth that basically they bench slapped judge cannon. Yeah. And that was a perfect way to put it.

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 Pentagon debuts its new stealth bomber, the B-21 Raider

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 5 d ago

Pentagon debuts its new stealth bomber, the B-21 Raider

"The nation's newest nuclear stealth bomber will make its public debut today after years of secret development. The B 21 raider is the first new American bomber in more than 30 years. It'll be unveiled in California 7 years after then air force secretary Deborah Lee James announced the need for a new one to take on potential threats from China and Russia. The LRS B will allow the air force to operate in tomorrow's high end threat environment. The rate of program is highly classified. Artist renderings reveal the bomber resembles the one it will replace the B two spirit. Builder north of Grumman says that's where the similarities end. Analysts say changes could include advanced materials making the raider harder to detect and the ability to disguise itself as another object on radar, 6 raiders are in production as The Pentagon tries to modernize its nuclear force. The cost is unknown. Sagar Meghani, Washington

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Onewheel RECALL?- #letusride

Parts Counter Gurus Podcast

04:57 min | 6 d ago

Onewheel RECALL?- #letusride

"Over there and side shot is in the building. Side challenge. We're on the road. And I had him, I had him talking into the mic. And he's like, I didn't know what to say. So, okay, you can stop now. So I said, do the ABC's backwards. And he's still working on it. Showtime. That's a tough one. That is good brain exercise. So make sure you try it. That's good practice for when you're 21. No, it's actually, wait. No, no, no. We're not doing that. No, no, no, no, no, no. Don't go there. No, that's counting backwards. And we don't want that to happen, right? D.C.. BA, I did it. All right. Congratulations. And welcome in. You passed the test to be on the podcast today. Thank you, sir. Side shot, welcome in. You are our youngest guru. We always love having you on. And typically when you are on, that means that you guys are in some sort of undisclosed location. Our view is break. We are renting a condo, the blue angels are done for, I think the rest of the week, they were flying this morning. I think so, because it's holiday. We're coming up on ah, that's right. I saw I saw that actually I saw it on the news. There's been a lot of flyover for holiday. That'd be nice, yeah. How to fry a turtle. Fly over. Yeah. They get time off too, right? They're on vacation too. Sure, they do. Unless they're active duty, like in foreign land somewhere, sometimes they'll have some food, but they're on duty always, man. So thank you guys for in guys and gals and uniform for serving God bless you. Hope you guys have a wonderful holiday season coming up and we support everything you guys are doing. So thanks very much. Wait a second. What? Field sobriety test dot org. What are you looking at? Always getting ready. See what you challenged him to learn, learn a backwards, man. Now touch your nose, touch your nose. All right. There you go. That's pretty funny. Actually pulling up our stuff and it's on my iPad. Can we put a link? Can we put a link? Can we put a link to the podcast link up for a field sobriety test? Anyway, don't go there. We'll talk about that later. So wow, so you're there, you've got a little bit of echo going on. We know just trying to kind of preface this a little bit. So you're not in your normal studio. So you're on location. So, you know, you have some challenges from time to time. Podcasting from the kitchen is a challenge, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you just acquired something new, didn't you keep? Little rider, something there? I brought, yeah, it's here. Do you have it with you? So, yeah. Have you been writing? It's heavy. Yes, too. So now when you guys are writing this thing, do you wear your helmet? Oh yeah, so you're talking about a OneWheel. And. There is this whole class of personal transport vehicles that is out now. And I actually learned this from Disney because I had to look up the rules at the Disney campground to see what was allowed. Segues. Is it PT? Is it PTV or PEV? It falls under either personal transport vehicle or plugin electric vehicle or personal electric vehicle. And one wheel, a segue, electric kick scooter, the ones that we've podcasted on where you see a lot of people like renting. Same class, basically. So I got a OneWheel for my birthday. And can you rent this? They are. Can you rent these? I don't think so. Probably not, unless somebody bought a lot of them and it's just going to melt. A lot of those and a lot of insurance. Anybody. Yeah. Yeah, so they're dangerous, of course. And there is risk involved. But some of it, just like anything else, Jay, it just completely depends on. When you learn to ride a bicycle, you probably started with training wheels, or at the very least you started with your feet on the ground, and you weren't going 15 miles an hour,

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Onewheel RECALL - #letusride

Parts Counter Gurus Podcast

04:47 min | 6 d ago

Onewheel RECALL - #letusride

"Hey, coming up on today's podcast. We have a recall, a safety recall on a device called a OneWheel. Do you know what a OneWheel is? Well, we just happen to have side shot on hand. It's going to explain that to us. Along with, we've got a little racing coming back to the Nashville fairgrounds, and if you don't know about that, we're going to tell you all about it. We got some chin edition, F one 50 lightning sema build talk. The next gen Prius is out. We're going to tell you what it is and what it isn't. How fast is that new lucid sapphire? Get off your money. You might want to buy one. It's going to be cool. And did you know that Twitter has movies now? All that, coming up on the days podcast right after this. Hey everybody, welcome into the podcast. The counter show with my good friend Keith over there and side shot is in the building. Side challenge. We're on the road. And I had him, I had him talking into the mic. And he's like, I didn't know what to say. So, okay, you can stop now. So I said, do the ABC's backwards. And he's still working on it. Showtime. That's a tough one. That is good brain exercise. So make sure you try it. That's good practice for when you're 21. No, it's actually, wait. No, no, no. We're not doing that. No, no, no, no, no, no. Don't go there. No, that's counting backwards. And we don't want that to happen, right? D.C.. BA, I did it. All right. Congratulations. And welcome in. You passed the test to be on the podcast today. Thank you, sir. Side shot, welcome in. You are our youngest guru. We always love having you on. And typically when you are on, that means that you guys are in some sort of undisclosed location. Our view is break. We are renting a condo, the blue angels are done for, I think the rest of the week, they were flying this morning. I think so, because it's holiday. We're coming up on ah, that's right. I saw I saw that actually I saw it on the news. There's been a lot of flyover for holiday. That'd be nice, yeah. How to fry a turtle. Fly over. Yeah. They get time off too, right? They're on vacation too. Sure, they do. Unless they're active duty, like in foreign land somewhere, sometimes they'll have some food, but they're on duty always, man. So thank you guys for in guys and gals and uniform for serving God bless you. Hope you guys have a wonderful holiday season coming up and we support everything you guys are doing. So thanks very much. Wait a second. What? Field sobriety test dot org. What are you looking at? Always getting ready. See what you challenged him to learn, learn a backwards, man. Now touch your nose, touch your nose. All right. There you go. That's pretty funny. Actually pulling up our stuff and it's on my iPad. Can we put a link? Can we put a link? Can we put a link to the podcast link up for a field sobriety test? Anyway, don't go there. We'll talk about that later. So wow, so you're there, you've got a little bit of echo going on. We know just trying to kind of preface this a little bit. So you're not in your normal studio. So you're on location. So, you know, you have some challenges from time to time. Podcasting from the kitchen is a challenge, yeah, yeah, yeah. So you just acquired something new, didn't you keep? Little rider, something there? I brought, yeah, it's here. Do you have it with you? So, yeah. Have you been writing? It's heavy. Yes, too. So now when you guys are writing this thing, do you wear your helmet?

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Ed Dowd: Survey Shows Rise in Disability Since Vaccine Rollout

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 6 d ago

Ed Dowd: Survey Shows Rise in Disability Since Vaccine Rollout

"A statistical survey that imputes the bigger number. It's a household survey done every month, 40,000 people to 60,000 people are pulled. And in the survey, they ask, are you disabled and able to work or is someone in your house disabled? Unable to work. And that number was 29 to 30 million for the prior four years. 5 years. And it's shot up into September. Actually, September, October this year to 33 .2 million. So when we look at that from a statistical standpoint, the rate of change starting in May of 21 took off, and we saw three standard deviation rate of change of bad meaning. There's a signal there. This is only supposed to happen at .03% of the time. If you look at the actual graph of the disabled, it looks like a gross stock chart that was basing and then broke out of a trend. In my business, I would buy that trend and do work on it to figure out what's going on because something's going on. We then broke my partner's advanced technologies broke down the numbers. And we can see that since May of 2021, May of 2021, that the disabled. Employed people hadn't experienced an increase in their disability rate of 26% versus the general population of 11%. So those two data points as society of actuaries and the disability data show and I put this in my book and there's other confirmation from Denmark and the UK and all sorts of things that young people, especially employed young people experienced a much higher disability in depth than the general population. So as detrimental to your health to be employed in 2021 and it continues in 2022.

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Jackson-Davis leads No. 10 Indiana past No. 18 UNC, 77-65

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 d ago

Jackson-Davis leads No. 10 Indiana past No. 18 UNC, 77-65

"Number ten Indiana improves to 7 and zero with a 77 65 win against 18th ranked North Carolina. The hoosiers held the tar heels to 33% shooting and got 21 points from trace Jackson Davis, who called it a huge win for IU. You got to beat the best to be the best is what coach Woodson always says and he was not afraid of competition and that's why we put teams like North Carolina, Kansas, Arizona, on our schedule. It losing their third straight game, 5 and three North Carolina never seriously challenged in the second half. Tom mccabe Bloomington, Indiana

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Tatum scores 49, Celtics hold off hot-shooting Heat 134-121

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Tatum scores 49, Celtics hold off hot-shooting Heat 134-121

"Celtics four Jayson Tatum scored the first 6 points of the game and ended with a season high 49 and a one 34 one 21 Boston victory over the Miami Heat. Tatum hit 8 of his 12 three pointers on his way to his third 40 plus point game of the season, a mark which he only needed three quarters to hit. Just kind of being in a race spot. You know, especially in the first couple minutes of the game the way we were just moving the ball, you know, and you know, I've seen a couple going out early. So, you know, just shooting in rhythm. His teammate Malcolm Brogdon added 21 off the bench. Well, forward jaylen Brown added 26 points and grabbed 7 rebounds for Boston. Great cadets, Boston.

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"21" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"21" Discussed on TuneInPOC

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"21" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

05:32 min | 5 months ago

"21" Discussed on Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

"And now in a related story, we take a look at why ransomware is one of those things companies just don't like to talk about. Every incident is buried in secrecy. And executives are slow to share the nitty Gritty like how intruders got in, which customers were affected, whether they paid a ransom, and how much. So what happens when a company actually does want to talk about it? How much will they truly reveal? Kendra Hannah explains. If you had asked ray Emily, the day before the first hack, how he felt about his company's data security, he would have said I felt good about where we were. Raise the chief information risk officer for pitney bowes. You know, the company that sells stamp machines and does other shipping logistics. To do all that, they need data. People's addresses, billing information, and re assumed all that was protected until they got hacked. This turned all that on its head. No one likes to talk about being hacked. It makes sense why. In a lot of ways, it doesn't paint a super flattering image, and could be bad for business. You know, hey everyone, we're a company. You should trust. But also, someone stole a bunch of your data and now it's public. Columbus day weekend, 2019. Ray gets a call at 3 a.m.. Systems were crashing. They're just going dark. They're going offline. You don't know why. The why ends up being a group called grim spider. There are Russian based hacking gang that tends to target Fortune 500 companies. Their MO, fishing emails. They drink an employee into clicking on something and then once they're in, they encrypt data and tell someone pays a ransom. Ray emerald did what you're supposed to do. He notified employees, he called the authorities and risked a reputational hit. It took about a week and a half to bring the company systems back up. And it seemed like that was behind them. Until that may. But may 4th, Star Wars Day for those who are fans. At 6 a.m., I got a call from our security operations lead saying, we've detected some anomalies on the network, a completely different hacker group. They call themselves maize, cracks into pitney bowes servers and starts stealing information. Ray had been here before. He starts notifying all the people he needs to notify, like employees, clients, and the authorities. Weird thing was no one could find a ransom note from maize. Turns out there was one, but ray didn't know that. Hackers hate being ignored, so this hacker group may decides to grab raise attention. They post on their blog a bunch of screenshots and file names. Proof of the information they stall. On Sunday Night, my chief communications officer calls me, and he's like, I'm about to send you something. The story's broke. But it didn't have the effect the hacker's intended. Rain is team had already told all the people that mattered that they've been compromised. Ray's talking about the hack now because it happened two years ago and the dust has kind of settled. So this is a story that kind of says hooray for transparency. But.

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"21" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:25 min | 6 months ago

"21" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"While let's first get the latest with monocle 24s Westminster watcher Vincent mccabe. He joins us now from a picket line in central London. Vinnie, tell us what are these strikes about and what's the atmosphere like where you are? Well, essentially. What these strikes are about is pay. The UK inflation is currently running at about 10% and so the union team to get their members who work throughout the pandemic a pay rise. They've been trying to get them at least a 7% pay rise with the offer that came back was only 2% with an additional 1% if the unions agreed to new working conditions for their workers. Now, the unions reject these, they say that what's recognitions would mean is that there will be redundancies. They would also be the closure of most of the ticket definitions across the UK network and their members have to do things like work on Sunday to the first time. Now on the other side, the operators say that the unions are being too obstinate, they're blocking the instruction of simple technology and things like that in order for trains and staff to communicate for them not retire anymore at 62, which is a good few years below the first age. So it is a bit of a battle between the last real strong and quite militant tendency unions and the operators of Britain's very complicated train system. So as you say, a battle between the two there, what is the role of the UK government in that? What have they had to say? Which side, if you will, are they taking? I mean, it's not easy to run a train company these days, but it's not easy to work for one either. I think that Boris Johnson's government has taken the side of the companies that operate the rail franchises. So in the United Kingdom, you have what's called network rail. That is the company that runs the actual tracks, the signals, all of that. So it's some of their members also set them out. Then you also have the train operators themselves. So it's 13 of these who have had walkouts, which is most of the companies so that they each take different work. And operate their franchise. Now what happened during the pandemic with dropping traffic, these franchisees were at the point of collapse and so the government stepped in and backed them up financially through the pandemic and whilst they are not directly in the negotiating room itself, they have been argued by the union. As soon as the companies step outside and negotiating room they need to be set in the government and I think that's why the government are completely unwilling to have anywhere near a place to level pay rises in any sets of the UK's service coming. Vinny, maccabee, thank you very much for joining us. Let's bring in Bloomberg's you and pots as well now on the line to assess the economic impact of all this. You and I mean, there's shades of the 1970s and 1980s here with sort of unions in the UK government fighting each other as they used to. What is the fallout concerns for businesses around the country today? Chris has 40,000 star from the RMT on strike today. Train service is very quiet around the country. Interestingly, the RMT of chosen to string this strike out along over three days maximizing disruption over a period of 6 days across the week. There's also separate action by 10,000 London underground staff. That's really hobbled transport in the capital, things very quiet in the City of London today. I think the interesting question is really how big the hit to the broader economy is in the era of working from home. Of course, it was only a few years ago when everybody tried to struggle into the office and failed the roads are completely jammed and things were really, really bad, particularly in London where most people take public transport to work. But of course, these days, why collar workers certainly at least can just work from home they've already got the laptop. They've got the extra monitors. They've got the broadband, hopefully. So I think the days of rail strikes really crippling the UK economy, crippling the London economy. I think those days have passed. So that will say something towards the RMT's negotiating power. They certainly think they can win this fight. Instinct research from the center for economics and business research. They've crunched the numbers on the hit to the UK economy. They reckon that about a quarter of a million people be unable to work. That's out of a population of some 65 million people. And they're reckoned the total estimated output loss to the UK, about 90 million pounds over the course of the three days of the strikes. Really, over the UK economy, that's not a massive amount of money. But the CBR already reckons that the UK could be in a recession. They think that output could contract in the second and third quarters. That's the current quarter. And the next one. And of course, this hit to the economy, although it's not a huge amount of money, will just nudge the UK a little bit further in that direction. So that will be unwelcome certainly from the government's point of view. Well, and you and as you say, not that much of an economic hit, but perhaps also a symbolic hit I wonder in terms of unions once again showing their strength with strikes in the UK for that matter also in other places like the U.S.. We've seen union activity increase, is that something markets are taking into account, is there any swing and mood as a result of that? Well, I think the concern for investors is certainly the worry for the government is that this will just be the start of more industrial action over the course of 2022. Now inflation in the UK is 9%. That is pretty typical for much of Europe, the world has an inflation problem as we've discussed many times before. And the problem for the government is that a lot of other bits of the public sector and the rais are quasi public sector, a lot of other bits, the NHS and the schools and other public servants will also be wanting to be getting their payback. It's closer to that 9% of the government is keener to offer two or 3%. We're going to get some more details on that over the coming weeks a month. But there's no way that the government is going to pay staff anywhere in the public sector anything close to 9%. So that is going to cause discontent among a lot of workers. So I think the fear for economists and the fear for the government is that we could be in for a lot more industrial action from a lot of other parts of the economy. It is a very tricky situation, something has to give on one side or another. Thanks very much, you and that was Bloomberg's Ewan Potts and before that, our Westminster watcher Vinnie Mac cavina. You are listening to the briefing on Monica 24. You are back with the briefing with me, Chris turmeric. Now, for France, Emmanuel Macron's winning what a man and I would call winning the presidential election in May was only ever going to be.

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"21" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

Motherhood in Black & White

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

"Think for me, I'm not gonna be able to put exact words on it, but this year, I can just tell there's some things shifting for me in how things line up in my life as far as kind of wanting what you have. You know, wanting to feel more aligned in my work and wanting to feel more aligned and what I'm I want to feel passionate about what I'm doing daily. And I haven't always felt like that in this year has been pretty tough for a myriad of reasons. In that way. And so I think for me, just feeling challenged about wanting more and but not quite sure what it is yet. You know what I mean? Not knowing exactly what that looks like and wanting to just get more clear about what it is and then come up with a plan to get there. And if anyone is able to come up with a plan and to execute on that plan, it's you. I like it. I'm a planner. I would love to have that in my DNA. But anyone who knows me knows, I'm kind of the most spontaneous and also the biggest procrastinator this side of the world. I will, you know, I'll give you props though between the two of us. Let's speak specifically about the podcast right between the two of us. I'm definitely like a write it down outlying. Just want to be ready and you are always like fly by this a year, but I'm gonna tell you something. You're amazing at it. Because I have so much practice. You are always astounded at what happens when I just let you run the show. When you don't plan things, it works out. Well, this is what I told my mom. And some of my college roommates know this. Like, I never went to class when I was in college, and I never really studied. And I waited till the very last minute to do anything. And the reason why I still do that now, almost 30 years later, is because it worked well for me. You know, if at any point in time, I had been working on, let's say, a term paper in last minute, and it didn't get done. Maybe I would have learned my lesson. You had no consequences. At all. It always works. Yes. That's true. Vibe. But I'm waiting. For the day. When it's not going to work well for me. That just might be your path. I will say this though. My son, Roman, inherited that. He is a procrastinator and he gets by with it because he hasn't had the consequences. Yeah. Right. So I wish there were other traits that I have that he had inherited, but that's the one that he got. And I apologize. Well, maybe he also got the one that he's really good at it. So we'll see. It's worked so far. We'll see. What is something that gage has inherited from you? Oh, that's funny. Other than your whole face. Yes, yes, he is by little Mini-Me. He, he is inherited from being that he's not wrong. He's never wrong. He just won't admit it. He'll do this thing and he'll prove him wrong. And he'll be like, oh, well, that's not exactly what I said. So I'm not wrong. He definitely get that from his mama. Oh, you're poor partner. No. Between the two of us. It's like you two are ridiculous. I know. Sorry. Well, at least you know it and recognize it. Yeah. I own it. It's so weird to think that we are in the final days of 2021. Partially because so much of this year kind of seemed like an extension of last year. Yes. And I do remember when we started this year, one of the things that you mentioned, either on this podcast or offline, you talked about how folks thought that 2021 we're going to be waving a magic wand and things were just going to be noticeably different. Right. And that didn't happen. That did not happen. And we're absolutely right here. And so I'm looking forward to 2022 cautiously because we still are in the middle of this pandemic that's turning into an endemic. And we still have so many things that we need to do. We're still so broken and so divided as a country as a community as a global community. There's still so much separation and room and space for us to be better global citizens and to lean into each other rather than building up walls between one another. I agree with you. And it's not something you want to say out loud, but it feels like some of that motion that we saw in that pressure that we saw came from events that kind of forced the issue and as things have quieted in some ways and not others, it does seem to put space there and people are like, oh, it's all moved along. So I hope that we've pushed that momentum far enough that it continues, even if it's not at the exact same pace that at least people continue to push that momentum forward to challenge their thinking challenge the status quo be more intentional about their decisions. I hope that continues. Yeah. Me too. That's my hope for the world. That's our hope for 2022 folks. Right. So looking forward, what is one thing that you were looking forward to in 2022? I am looking forward to not having to do homework in 2022. That is my immediate excitement. We have already got a few things planned and as far as trips and some activities that I'm looking forward to, I'm trying not to fill up my calendar now that it's empty, which is my first instinct. So I'm looking to looking forward to starting with a little bit of rest. And then finding my next challenge. I love it. Do you think you're going to go and get any sort of certificates or any more professional development or courses under your belt? Oh yeah. Of course. Not right away, but at some point I'll probably do some certifications, some executive type stuff. Got it. Perfect. Yeah. What about you? What are you looking forward to? I am looking forward to parenting a teenager. Oh, girl. Yeah. So insane. In January Roman will be 13. So more drama, more stories to come. But actually, and this is probably something that we will talk about in the podcast in 2022. I'm looking forward to in the first time in 40 years really developing and having a relationship with my father. One day with his permission, I will share with this podcast family, why he has not been in my life for the last 40 years, but he is now. And so it's a new season, and I'm looking forward to seeing where that goes. And y'all, podcast family, you'll be with us on this journey. So we are glad that you are. We're glad that you tuned in for 2021 and you've been a part of our journey. And all of the things that we've discussed in all of the things that we have done, we've done it together, and we've done it hopefully with a little bit of humor for each and every one of you. I can't wrap it up any better than that kanji. It's been an amazing year. I'm so glad we're still doing this. If you had told me what a year and a half ago, we'd still have this many episodes out and bringing new content. I would never would have believed you. It's been an amazing journey with you. We are still in the midst of this journey and we look forward to seeing where this road that we're on takes us. Podcast fam 2021 has been so incredible, so spectacular, full of challenges, full of highlights, and we hope that this podcast has been one of the highlights of yours. Reach out to us on social media and let us know what your highlights and maybe your challenges have been and things that you would like to see us present and conversations you would like us to have in 2022. And we will, just like the cast of Friends, be there for you. We're always there for you. So with that being said, as you go into 2022, guard your health, mental, physical and spiritual, happy new year. Take good care..

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"21" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Cheine On

"We've got a mission. You're not adding to the mission. We've got to get rid of viewing and keep going. I don i think i understand what you're saying. It's it's not about. It's not about the fact that you're it's not working out. It's about the fact that this particular thing is on a mission and moving forward and that is more important than maybe your feelings or the situation. I wouldn't say more important right to me. Is i think people really got caught up in a they mesh together the emotions and the business and and look. If you're passionate about something is you're going to have emotions right and you want employees to be passionate about what they do and committed to The company in and you need to be that way too As though as the leader though you sometimes have to pull those things apart like there are people that i absolutely love and adored that i had to say goodbye to and it wasn't it wasn't even maybe sometimes because they were failing it's because we were restructuring the company i go back to my sallie mae days. We you know we seven thousand people go. I mean you know it was like a huge you know monophysite. Seven thousand is less than that but it was thousands and thousands of people And there were some good people in there but we were restructuring the company and so we had to make some really hard decisions and so it's kind of sitting down and being business and factual about it. This is nothing personal. Your frigging fantastic person. I'll write reference letters for you till the cows come home. Unfortunately here's where we are. I mean i had to go into kaleen texas which is outside of a. I guess it's an army army base There in texas and shut down a whole operation. And that's chris where they carry guns in the back rocks. You know. I was like oh boy. This is really scary but it was the right thing to do for the company and so that's the tough decision that we had to make and i just had to be as factual as i could compassionate as i. Could you know we had Hr people on staff to help people with their resumes and job placement. And you know doing all of those things. But it doesn't perk so caring doesn't preclude you from doing though making those tough decisions and that's where i said you have to be. That's that grit. That little bit of edge is to kind going back to the words that You know echo in my head for for forever to nice Is you can hesitate on those decisions. Yeah and you. And you kinda can use the niceness. As a way to try to avoid those tough situations that could ultimately be even. If they're not the life and death of your business which in some cases they could be but they're the future of your business. They're the future success of your business. And then i guess that's one of the things you gotta wrangle with two. Is you know by being nice to som- and avoiding these conflicts. What bigger risks like. What do you ruined for other people. It's you know that. Is there a bigger chunk of people that you'll actually kind of ruin their lives. Exactly exactly you know. There's a lot of phrases that get thrown around business. Like you've heard rip off the band aid fail fast. I mean i think they're all kind of getting this same kind of concept To do it though. Yeah is you know is a whole different You know i. It sounds good in theory. It's just you've gotta have you've got to look at yourself and say am i. The person can do that. Yeah it's a it's a an actually. I think it is a fluid conversation. That's ongoing just like these business..

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"21" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"It was the first world cup not to be held in by the south america or europe to be held enough medic mexico so again that was bringing food to to another part of the world that had seen it but where you know the they lived in mexico for a while on crazy new a for their own team then. The went crazy for brazil brasilia the mexicans through their weight by brazil. Even today you'll brazilian than mexicans have this real bond that was formed because of the whole team in ninety seven particularly in whether hotter. Which is brazil's home away from home. It's so true Enter one thing. That is fascinating. Boats your book coming. I just realized. Actually it's being more than fifty years said that this world cup happened so in terms of your research you manage to took so many of the players and i have to say i mean it was the right time for you to launch this book because i wonder if you waited another ten years or so. It will be even harder because a lot of those players you know. They're very hard to track difficult to speak to them. Some of them. Sorry might even be alive. Actually that's exactly true. It was a difficult book to do because when that was proposed to me when we came up with the idea being by i thought. Wow this is going to be great. I'm going to go around the world. Speaking to legends and bow brilliant time or go to italy germany and uruguay through barocco. I'll go to all these places. Ob you know. Just be great to me about a week before they realized that was happening. It was a real quick realization that it was going to be almost impossible to travel the budget. I had and also because as you see this then if of these players are still alive the ones that are still alive. Even fewer of them have a really great memory of nine hundred seventy on some of them. You know demand or ask for payment to interviewed at. I just didn't have the budget to be lots of people for for the members. So i mean i got this in two as i mean. I tried to interview as many people as that could custody. I took a lot of information from old archive searches from autobiographies from interviews fro documentaries. That hunting done all that kind of archive archive soap i used. It was very useful for the brazilian players. You know. Paleontology's written fall autobiographies. Close us a whole cds about the nineteen seventy world cup so these kinds of things would agree. How also then the pandemic humor. And even if i had wanted to travel very difficult as to what i did was i used. A bunch of researchers are going touches. Researchers and journalists in places like el salvador israel mexico belgium sweden all these places. The teams were huge teams. In one thousand. Nine hundred seventy by. It was really important to me. Not just to talk to the players of italy and west germany and brazil. Uruguay think not want to get a little bit. Motorboat these peripheral countries countries that the world cup. Or we're going to the cup for the first time perhaps the also this was a big you for their so. I got journalists. I hired journalists in. Need the fantastic job would agree help in tracking down one or two players in these countries and doing interviews for being getting so. I turned recollections players from those countries. And that's what. I was surprised. Actually the book because at the beginning you know when i saw you know the Going to be a nice beautiful. Analysts brazil's victory in everything. But i didn't realize that you you're going in debt with the other countries as well when i think for any kind of football nerd out there i mean it's fascinating because you only talk about the beautiful final between brazil city. You go even for the kind of the first round matches as well. It's a really really interesting read. Thank you It's really amazing. Today when you look back in nineteen seventy eight and realize how difficult it was for teams and a place that just bulgaria for example to do their rivals begins. They put together research dossiers other opponents for reading german newspapers. People in the foreign embassies would try and sneak into about. She's she's voiced their future opponents. Morocco played one game between qualify of ebonite sixty nine and kicking off in mexico in june nineteen seventy because the world was smaller than our football. So would exhorting because these teams didn't travel as much There was no you know you know. Fifty brazilian players of trivial league or twenty arctic. Titans and england. That didn't happen to the exchange. Just wasn't there so it was lot harder. Beats all a lot. More exotic bay was really important for me to get these other studies. Because i think you really shed labor what football was like back in fifty years ago. That was andrew down in compensation. We've commando augusta echo. Andrews book the greatest show on earth. The inside story of the legendary nineteen seventy world. Cup is out now. You can listen to the full interview on manacles. The stack this coming saturday. That is all for this edition of the monocle. Daily a big. Thanks to my panelists today. daniele pellett. And you'll see mickelberg. Today's show was produced by carlton rebelo and research by sofi. Monaghan comes out. Sound engineer was louis allen. I'm andrew millet here in london. The daily is back at the same time tomorrow. Thanks for listening..

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"21" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"21 give me a call or stop by the open house. I will see you there this afternoon. And if you're working with the real estate agent You're still welcome to come by. You Just tell me the real estate agents name and that agent will, of course, be honored. So I want to tell you about a few more houses that I have. Appointment. Somebody is just made a comment. Uh, Jerian Hampden thinks of for sale sign could also signal that it's a prime place to break into. Is that possible? Well, that's an interesting concept. I think if you've got a vacant house With a verse sale sign, and it's obvious that is, it is vacant and you're not having someone check it every day. Well, first of all, I think that's plain foolish. I think when you go away the same thing you do not leave your house for a week without having a friend, a relative or neighbour, checking that house on a daily basis and the same with any house that is for sale. So if you're going away Make sure that the house looks like it's lived in, uh, lights, etcetera. Maybe have somebody I would suggest having somebody stay there. If you're on vacation, so and again, it depends on where you are and your comfort level. Uh, we are going to Take a quick break. We will be back for all about real estate and they're calling number 4 10 9226680..

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"21" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"All of this ahead of the elections coming up in september is about showing that they are competent that they could lead. They've never led germany. They've never been you know. Part of the Government in full before they're in states and that's one of the things that donald find talked about. When i asked him about like you know are are the are the greens ready to lead. In that sense he focused on their their state level responses. But they have to show that they would be competent enough to actually be the leaders of germany to be part of the federal government when it comes to a response like this and chris on this border point. 'cause we've spoken before and it's a bit of a narrative in fact quite widely across the block about a recalibration of the political spectrum and the greens taking a more meaningful role as particularly this debate. The urgency around climate change particularly for younger voters and there are many now who are costing votes in general elections. Maybe for the first time for whom. This is the key issue in a sense. Does it help them. Politically almost have had such a catastrophic event right in the boat to an election because it makes it more likely perhaps that it becomes the singular issue or are we not quite there in your view. Well i think the bigger question actually is just. How are they now going to show that they have something to say on the issue because the irony if you will is that because climate change is now such an important topic. All parties in germany are on top of it right there. All introducing plans. They're all saying and even as dining find in part of this interview that i did which is also part of a broader Series we're doing with german lawmakers you know talks about how yes every party now. Recognizes climate change is an issue. But you know we we were there. I we are the ones who had the plans to begin with. But that doesn't necessarily work in an election cycle. Does it simply say. Well we've been clamoring the loudest beforehand. You still need to offer something different. Something new and that's going to be the key issue whether they can really rise above the fray still and show that hey we are still the party that is trusted on climate change. And that's why you need to put us in charge. Interesting stuff and as chris mentions. Listen out for more of that sort of thing in the days ahead. You're listening to the briefing here or markle. Twenty-four leaked document obtained by the eu observers suggest. The european union can't be willing to send a military mission to libya to bolster the blocks influence in the country. The reports have been firmly denied by the european union but if brussels not prepared to play that she role in north african nation. What other assistance could it provide where we're joined now by. Mary fitzgerald journalist and libya researcher based in marseille. Good afternoon to you mary. Good to have you on the program as ever claiming counterclaim denial in denial about these Newspaper pieces should we take the claims seriously in your view while i think i it's important to bear in mind that There have been conversations ongoing in brussels for some time. Now about some kind of Military engagement in libya now. Of course the questions. About what form or shape commissioner engagement would take. There's been a lot of debate about this but this has been a conversation over the past number of years in brussels. That's not to say of course that we are about to see 'em a military mission deployed to to libya by the eu anytime soon but the conversation is happening. And what's interesting is that there are people within the circle of the eu foreign policy. Chief joseph barrell who have publicly talked about how they see libya as a place where the eu you as. An actor can project itself militarily. We're talking about a european commission. That has a talked about rejecting itself as a geopolitical commission. So there are some People in brussels who consider libya as possible at theatre where the you could project itself in that way. And some of those people are in a joseph burrell's own circle now. There's a big difference between that and floating that idea..

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"21" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

Chats With Cats Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

"To transfer before. I can help in the modern denies to say. Someone's on the doll rotten or even just on minimum wage health. Fuck do these people afford to smoke. I'll have no idea honestly. I have no smokes and just down minute nodoze. They substituting something but then the usually the people that smoke cigars gaza and even drinks are expensive now like a cotton abuse fifty bucks. A cotton cigarettes is fifty bucks. There's one hundred dollars a not that go up. You were a hundred dollars a week. So you know what i don't know when think it's three hundred. I have a question for you when you're a smoker. And you with your friends if a friend us for a cigarette. Would you prefer that over that or asking just for puff so a puff of your cigarette so a drag or you give them up. A cigarette boy are knowing really awesome. The cannot have a drag of his cigarette and this is always when i'm drinking our. I've never had a drag of a cigarette when i'm sober so when i'm drinking i feel like a drag if i'm gonna with a friend can i have a dragon quite often. Nobody bela just just have one man. And i feel like this got heights. Me transferred all like he would prefer to give me one then to have addressed halfway through a dragon and all you need one no good but like people might sign maybe by your own but like there's no way i'd ever smoke a whole packet like the most i've ever smoked in one nine five. He's gonna have to tape them in your pocket. All right marlins stories die fucking smoke. Don't feel shit at sporting events concerts. Just enjoy the moment. Oh my god. That's a great summary. Absolutely mike we have time for tonight. Thanks for tuning in once again at fun and keep it in your pocket. Keep it in your pocket next time. Smoking is bad until thanks quickly. Check us out on all this. He's getting instagram. The talk. that's it an more. You know bog us along..

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"21" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

Chats With Cats Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

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"21" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The world's less reported datelines playing cowboys music. Well this is a story about what the west in western australia. There is a small rural town which is known gold mining in Western australia called boddington. But it's not just named for its gold mining. I'm speaking to the editor earlier last week and they were telling me that it's also known for its radio. Now this is when Later in the ten thousand cowboys horses on spectators descend on tiny bolt which is only population. One thousand two hundred or so. I'm this kind of caught my attention. The number seems insane to me. And i thought i'd do a little digging and find out a little bit more about these rodeos now. This is far from an anomaly in sizes. It's actually quite small rodeo. In the grand scheme of things the biggest rodeo in the world. I found out when i was doing. My research is the calgary stampede in canada which in the past has attracted one point four million people to make it one of the biggest events on the planet so these radios are actually a huge deal which is a complete surprise to me. I mean also to look at it in comparison to say the population san francisco Eight hundred and seventy-five thousand glastonbury. Two hundred thousand so ten thousand tiny ball. Okay it's not as big as the biggest in the world. But i can see why it's a huge event. Now i suppose these cultural shows draw big counts for that booking broncos and fun. Let's cross to the solomon islands quickly absolutely so This is also tied to australia. A little bit so in the solomon islands. Australia's agreed to fund a twenty two kilometers transition system which is going to give them renewable energy. so basically. there's a big. Hydropower project is an initiative that is going to be funded by about sixty million australian dollars and it will help provide reliable electricity to the islands So this will also meet one hundred percent of their renewable electricity goals on the in the paris agreement. I think that's kind of interesting in itself because the fact that one piece of infrastructure have such an impact because it's a small island nation. We're going to see a lot of this. Were as oppose these small island. Nations are going to be the first hitting their climate targets. I mean palau in november set an objective to be the first climate neutral country in the world is only population at twenty thousand. But it's interesting broke map for how countries can get the. The australian minister for foreign affairs says solomon islands is more than a partner. They are our family. Are one talk for one. Talk so one talk is a kind of system of community so a one comes from one. Talk so we're all talking the same language we recognize that term in english But it's it's it's a form of kinship between different groups of people so Not even try a group of people who have some sort of reciprocal relationship and look out for one. Another one another one talk. That's my new favorite way Finally it is someone else today. The longest day of the year. Frankly attorney noon here feels like you. Wouldn't you wouldn't know that by looking at the london weather. Would you tell us how it is in alaska. Yeah well to go further up. I mean apparently it was quite cloudy. A cleared up and now is The day of the midnight sun so the sun isn't setting in alaska today obviously so far north that these days really really stretch when you get far into foreign some. Now this is the biggest event in alaska single day event is an typically brings about this thousand attendees to fairbanks now the fabrics daily. Miner has been reporting on this and So it's no rodeo. it doesn't have. Thousands of horses and cowboys does obvious lots of vendors. A trench musicians who playing on street corners and one new and noteworthy addition is a vaccine clinic So i suppose what this goes. Show is the these kind of local beginning to reemerge while it wasn't as big this year as it has in previous years we committee see communities coming together in these more rural regions. Absolutely louis. Thank you very much indeed. That's louis hunter amara. And i heard that we'll be celebrating. High noon with our one talks on this this longest day of the year. And that's all for this edition of the briefing which was produced by msl. And reese james. I'll studio manager was mainly evans. And the briefing is but tomorrow at the same time. I'm georgina godwin. I'll be with you on the globalist first thing tomorrow. I hope that you can join me then but fennell goodbye and thank you.

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"21" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Sky News Daily

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"21" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Sky News Daily

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"21" Discussed on The Real Agenda Network

The Real Agenda Network

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on The Real Agenda Network

"These conventions can take a really long time to draft and steer through the united nations processes and sometimes the initial conventions are weak and they will require strengthening. But i think we just have to accept. That's the case what's needed more than anything else has to have a global counterweight to the rules set by the organization for economic cooperation and development. Now was the rules. Don't have legal status in their own. Right they are typically adopted into the tax laws of member states and states across the rest of the world and they become a reference point which show courts and tribunals will use when they're assessing the legality or otherwise tax avoidance scheme so tax convention could become a really powerful mechanism and a reference point for the whole process of reshaping tax rules to make them fit for the twenty th century and the needs of all countries not just ocd member states and perhaps with the new administration biden administration. There may be more support for some meaningful activity on tax rules global tax rules and perhaps even more support for a un involvement in that and they just announced to twenty one percent minimum corporate tax rate proposal. So that's interesting and alongside that of course the us. I'm not also. I'm very excited about this. I'm also talking about completely rebooting. The internal revenue service massively. Refunding it to make an effective body so that is exciting. But joe biden has spoken very publicly and for a long time about the united states. Reengaging internationally and there's no better place the him to demonstrate that leadership role and engagement with the rest of the world then in the area of taxation again getting this one sort of this has caused so many problems across the world. Now it would be really good to see a biden administration take a leadership role in this area. Yes it would speaking of fair the power of blocks and nations. Let's look at the year in european union. There is some movement there to do something about the us. Lovable list of non-cooperative jurisdictions their listeners. We've said many times on the tax castle the more ridiculous because e eu member states themselves on included on that list when many of them are you know major offenders and then you get sort of craziness is like the removal of the cayman islands from the e u list..

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"21" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast

Paul Pickett Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast

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"21" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"21" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"21" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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