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Travel to Singapore
"I'd like to welcome to the show Ashley Hall who is coming to us from Singapore and coming to talk to us about Singapore actually welcome to the show, Chris How's it going? You're not originally from Singapore. Accent you might have that might have picked that up. I remember Ginnie British. I've lived in a couple of different countries in Europe but I've moved single six months ago. Got In Britain in Singapore are just so alike that they islands just once unskilled. Excellent and why should someone go to Singapore? So I was just reading this morning actually apparently now it's the fifth most visited city in the world. So lots of people are interested in right now. Really. Yeah. So what's really put it at the top of people's minds especially I guess in the US is film out Crazy Rich Asian Plus filled with an Asian costs and it sentencing a ball it's really about spying author who who live here is a great book to read as well logging maybe watching the film, but it's GonNa. Love people interested about the architecture. It's a Super Morton city I fell in love with a couple of times after I visited people think of Marina Bay Sands, which is the the futuristic hotel within a became. The tau is like a Super Modin accessible way to enjoy Asia. Excellent. And what would you recommend? We do when we come to Singapore. Burst important thing to think about when he come to. Singapore, is the climate. So if I can share with you the first time I came I was visiting because my sister married a Singaporean and I wanted to come and check out the place in. The family but I think I have my expectations about how hot and sticky was GONNA be. Status because I couldn't stand it first time offense even Singapore I'm like I'm so please beginning I WANNA go back somewhat cool because it just wasn't ready for it but. Time after time I sent back Bethel work and the the place grew on me so my recommendation would be. Be A wet. It's GONNA be hot and sticky at pack accordingly, pack light clothes and try and real your day. So the schedule so I'm GONNA give you. With that in mind that we're GONNA try and keep you indoors during the midday sun and then enjoying these nice evening shorts and tee shirt whether evening. I've is arriving during the week because the the attractions will be quieter. So if you're coming in from the US most US flights coming in the morning, some European direct flights arrive in the morning as well. Some Poli time ones come in the afternoon. So settling, arrive, get your bearings adjusting the trying walk around a little bit to walk off the Jet Lag I. Think a a great way once you've done that it's the head of. The flower the gardens by the bay. Just the other side of the Marina SANS EXACTLY BEHIND MARINA BAY SANDS TO ICONIC DOMES that you'll recognize from Lupul skyline. and. The great because they're conditioned. Fussy. Let's just be honest the inside and it's a really interesting place to domes one. Is called the flouting and it's quite dry. When you go inside, it's woman it's dry and it's X. exhibiting flowers from all over the world. So it's specialized stuff that's from Southeast Asia they also have a nice a subtropical garden as well. So it's just nice to walk around there and adjust, but the real killer, the the thing that I absolutely love about Singapore it's my favorite is the cloud forest dime. super interesting. They've simulated under get picky about this I'm a joker for by training. They seem the cloud for th. So sort of what you've seen as like Costa Rica, they increase the temperature, increase the humidity, but kept relatively cool. So you get this two layers to it and you've got one layer, which is I think stimulating like a thousand foot and then the next up another five hundred feet. So you see in this one attraction to different attitudes of short. and. It's amazing. They've got waterfalls. It's misty. You get amazing views of the city because it's. Greenhouse. You can see the downtown from that and yes just a really interesting exhibit. One reason you can see the downtown from there is that it's multi level. So it's not it's not a flat dome you're climbing up into this I. thought it was great to I. Completely Agree With Your assessment that I've only been in the cloud dome I haven't been in the Flower Dome Safe. You'll shorten time just do the. For they do a combined ticket so you can get a ticket to both, and then if you get that, you also have access to something cool to tree books, which is why I'd recommend doing straight ASTA. So anybody who's familiar with David ATTENBOROUGH BBC a series will know that I mean it's it's a pretty gloomy story about the environment but I found it really interesting how he ended one of the series by saying he held up Singapore's the example, the shots of of these magic trees and that's without artificial. Singapore's created this this area on reclaimed land within the last ten years, which is why is expected to come on the show and talk about it is the last episode was about ten years ago said anyone hasn't been recently does lose more stuff to do and they've created this brand new downtown area and they've given it over completely to this garden because the advantage of being in the tropics is. Amazing chlorophyll and really great environment to grow that stuff. The Tree Wilkes they've laced together artificial materials and then allowed plants to grow up them. So they all human creative forest, which is super interesting David Asmara's just saying, Hey, this is the future of what cities should be not keeping each our cities but bringing them in being sensitive environment. On the treetop walks can elevate which takes you up quite high and you between these trees but then parade. Ten stories off I. Guess See have again a really nice view of the city a number recommending the doing this in the late afternoon time four PM onwards when it's cooler. So yeah, that's a super interesting attraction
New Saliva-Based COVID-19 Test Could Be a Fast and Cheap 'Game Changer'
"A potential breakthrough in the battle against covid nineteen, the FDA, just granting emergency approval, for Corona, virus saliva test calling it testing innovation game changer this test which is simpler cheaper and less invasive than naval swabs was developed by Yale University researchers. It's been used by the NBA and could greatly help expand testing capacity joining us right now is an Wiley. She is associate research scientist with Yale School of Public Health, which helped develop this new tests and it's great to see you. Thank you for being with us this morning. And Hugh morning. So this is incredibly exciting the idea that you could do the saliva test that it could be cheap and readily available How does it work? Actually, quite simple really. It's as the name suggests that we you've seen saliva as the sample time. And what we're trying to do is get away from that swamp. That's that can you know there's been quite a bit of the vision to the swamp time and we're hoping to get around supply chain issues that we've been saying with the swamps and we also Greenie. Fancy. Collection Devices to help ourselves down and so was actually also quite a make about it unique about is that we haven't actually developed a taste that we just packed up out to you. So you next one of these tests but what we've? What we've developed is the mythic full the taste recipe you could say and we're able to she had this taste with other labs for them to get this method often running in their labs. As. Tasted south with actually adapted the white commonly used piece the artist which takes the virus are a but we've done is removed the most expensive stiff of that replacing with a more simple workup, which again house is down at work though I mean if it still requires a lab to put together, you deliver it to me and then what I drive to the lab, and then how long does it take for me to get my results back? So indeed much psych you know what you're doing at the moment with a swap. So the swap is being ordered for your doctoral with A. Is million schools where you have like a little booth, we your saliva sample and had that taken to the lab and so taking out that was time consuming our in that results Ruby available Asta. You know this isn't one of those that will teach broken about you know we can get. Results, sorted through in about three hours about ninety two samples. But of course, depending on the through the lab is experiencing. You know this isn't to say that results will be available in three hours but just that it's a slightly faster protocol means that labs pamphlets room autistic day. So we do that. We can't see many in some situations. Same Day results if what we're really striving for us to get below that twenty, our timeframe that we're just not seeing. At the moment how much does this test cost I? Believe I've read that that nobody is looking to really make any money on this they're trying to put this out there and make sure it's available at the lowest cost. Possible. That's exactly right. So and we're being very very open about let's should be ambushed at expecting the regions cost and how much the people can speak in the. Cost and that's because the reagents of the chemicals that make up the test opinion that companies getting them from the only cost somewhere between one and four dollars for the reagents. That's just the reagents attest. We do know that there is a markups said, GonNa go onto this such as you know to. The logistics of giving the taste of personnel to run the also just you know they need to pay for the facilities that. Do those tests but. Is that that was still trying to limit that labs charge. So we do want this to be as cheap as possible society and went our you're part of compensation. How much I charge in China Steve Down.
A Run Through the Top 10 in the Market for 14 April
"Let's talk to who the market rotten down to a quick run through that talk ten. So what have we got right now? Do we look bullish at the moment? I mean that's the question that I'm being ASTA. We going hired Craig. We Lo well. Of course I don't have a magic crystal bowl but what I can say is that right now. We still have a highlight. I would have loved to have seen. Us push on and carry on through after the eleventh of April Cannell brought to the outside. I don't always get what I want. And in this case I didn't I'd love to see us. Get above seven thousand. That's not far away but not just about seven thousand but to push above that seventy six fifty rain where there is a little bit of all support electing resistance at the moment. That's what I'd love to say. Where are we right now? We'll have a look at the daily. Yesterday we saw a rejection. We saw low at sixty five fifty five and then we saw close at sixty eight forty so he did say roughly three hundred dollars turnaround from the lies to where we actually Close Down Point. None of a percent yesterday said not a not a big deal really beyond the scope of things as it stands that weekly candle. It did las way to break the law but again the Marcus looking very confuse rotten on big. Comi closed yesterday down a point. Nine three at six thousand I had an forty eight dollars currently with just above that six thousand eight hundred fifty four dollars under theorem now very similar sort of pitcher a beautiful. Dial the uptrend did. It'll get still there. It's just not quite as cyclically beautiful as you know yesterday a guy you know we saw move of one point. Three seven percent to the downside. Does that wreck the trend? Does that make this bearish? The answer is no. It doesn't wreck the trend. The answer is no. It doesn't make this bearish. We need to see Momento. The downside before really become more bearish wrought now. There are no transmitters suggesting down so as far as I'm concerned there is no short tried survivable when there's no short transit via one or two things left as an uptrend to annoy trend at the moment we have an uptrend. I'm still quite strong. Bullish on this one fifty six ninety seven and we're not looking too bad at all today a big day except God. We do have resistance in nineteen point eight cents We close down yesterday. Point nine three percent we closed. I ten point seven currently eighteen point Same sort of thing. Of course many of these markets we all still on a daily uptrend today as the show. Its true colors as to what we going to yesterday. Bitcoin cash so a pretty solid declawed. A full percent. It was closing at two. Twenty three and seventy cents went out to twenty four hundred thirty cents about point seven percent in the first a little bit of trade for the die that upturn is still intact time with also base. It didn't get the lawyers the high so it's very much intact down. One point seven six percent yesterday at the close of one hundred thirty seven. It's county at one. Eighty nine an up point four percent just as we start the day's trading a lot coined. Look it's still on an uptrend. It's not the greatest about trend and it's sort of following very closely to what you used to do which was followed Bitcoin to be fair. It does that quite frequently. It's doing it's a guy and we are yesterday down one point six percent with the closure forty one dollars and twenty six cents forty one dollars thirty nine cents as I speak to you. Ross now okay from the altitude. Awesome forty five cents Point six today yesterday. Will DOWN TWO POINT. One seven percent. That high alert is still there. The trend is to valid. Oggi's I wanna see that pop hearts a died. Bonyads was the real winner yesterday. It actually closed off at five point two three percent. That was the The criminal trial of states are the twelve hour from Saturday. That is performed very very wealthy members. I am a self so pretty happy with that at the moment was sitting at fourteen dollars and ninety five cents down half a percent but you know we caught a relative you know given that we did see very strong. Drive up with love to sit push above that sixteen dollar mark No say in fifteen fifty getting a high a high to go with that high low on the daily. That'd be really something Special Godana with three point three cents. It's up one point one percent. Yesterday it was down I only away. Bit The point non of percent. We close it to a three point. Three two cents. Nothing watches speak of just yet today with a theory of classic yesterday once Guy. Down two point. Five percent with closed. Five dollars and nineteen cents. Well today where point six percent already at five dollars and twenty one is fairly saw but does have more upped would swing what would trend The many of the other shots at there as well. It's just not quite perfect just yet roll up finish on Toronto. Laugh percent today at one point. Two six cents. Yesterday dan point seven one all of a sudden not a great deal going on there with tron. They uptrend is still in motion. Let's see if we can get this pushing too. High highs man already want to say the trends were so cyclical when we got good trade. We make money. And it's not that difficult to do with the written checklist so really important
COVID-19: women will be more affected, but play central role in the fight
"Tend to affect men and women differently on specialists in gender issues. Wanting the coverted nineteen corona virus may hit women in negative ways that have a more profound impact on families. Women make up the majority of caregivers at home and in our communities existing trends show they have less access to sexual and reproductive health and domestic violence rises during crises. But women have also the power to be change makers in the response agenda playing a central role in communicating with families and with communities. You A news and Shoe. Shama spoke to you and women's deputy country representative in India. Niece thaw such him Bush that in any disaster in any And to make the experience across the board women goes the most one group Because or at the margins locked scared response or nutrition accordingly Aniline circumstances there's been a disproportionate amount of on big A. K. Work that falls on Amex photos dresses of their abilities. So I think it wouldn't be an underestimate. Say that any impact of calm or of any pandemic it far more on women. Good in such circumstances you really get is also a very gordon. Lead to increase in violence against remained noting discrimination against Nagging Inc among unspoiled across the globe. And there's evidence From previous is to say that This is how things out so e just to establish that the impact on Adminis- File Creek and also gone far longer because they come into the recovery petition. I'd go much ASTA People were not at dodgers So I hope that answers your question. How long is it going to take? I think it's very difficult to say anything right now. Could different countries respond to different abilities of his born and I think in Europe being the diverse country that is already seeing some interstate variances in how the disease or the virus spreading to? I think it's very very soon exceed what will happen. How long will be all that can be said is going to be very very important as change maker in the Response Agenda? Judy because they do each of these decisions that whom they children. There's also a lot of woman appear to be a networking over the dentist phone. And therefore very very good change agent for passing on information acting upon it and also ensuring greater hygiene and briefly held standards the household and energy. Eventually do you think the problems of the urban working women are different from the urban and Rural Poor in discusses? The distinction between all of these categories I think over England of now as we see that the home is val become public speech right as you pretty cramped up into the same space and public speakers have been more deserted. I think commit safety security perspective. I think life has completely changed for oven. Working Women also from an unpaid can work now talking before this call but being back home even for each one of us has just met meant more demand on our own personal happens to provide for each other and care work after the kitchen so suddenly I think that God has gone most triple over the period of time and pick up into one space. I think it will also reduce the insecurity so I do think that. Any instance like this distinctly And differently of demand for urban or urban and working and then we'll and Reuben so We'll see some of that in the coming days. We're also seeing that a lot of actually the migrant communities badly affected by the lockdown and many of them women so a house do you and women working with other agencies to help these women in the crisis your guide I think Migrant migrant women domestic workers wage worker walk. The frontline have been most affected by something like this Partially because of lack of information or the information digs down control to them Also the fact that is I mean this. Also kind of takes away that economic franchise and that they had and also because the job displacement because opinions on not going to two million or even home circumstances that's it I think on marginalized groups are more vulnerable to be impacted by crisis like this. Not Just my community You and movement is working for donating the Union's response from agenda perspective along leadership with the CEO of your Unisex so we're now looking at a three big areas of work. One is lending support to stock mechanisms. Is How do we change into mission in how similarly bills countries are responding to the virus to East Calgary Youth and data cadre of the nectar representatives to the point ever following? But how do we use them? Effectively and the thought of course is access economic involvement. Which is we know that. A lot of franchise that origin. Peterman canty has been derived from the actress to work and from the economic security record and We don't want this spend make to be To kind of take that away from them and they take away the voice choice agency so the idea. More or develop mechanisms stores programs policies. That enable more work from more Bruce which means particularly for example making factory. Workup basically get to after not being able to congregate. How do we work? Funny Tennessee with private and public sector enterprises to ensure export bungee news in some way or the other and economics franchise or going to meet. He's not dropped it but again. I think we're all beginning to learn from each other at this point. We're beginning to think of the response than I think. We'd ought not strong foot in just about two days of you will have a gender dispense package. Wbz again ministries and State Department. Who are willing to work with
Q&A | Your Questions Answered.
"Hello Hi and a particularly warm welcome to the Emma Gun show. I'm your host Emma and we're GONNA wardner and it's time for an ask me anything the Osmania that I asked for questions back in November and December. Just a couple of times. Because I thought it'd be nice to have a conversation with you and also I am publishing this in the middle of the corona virus crisis and a lot of my sheduled poku awes- have been postponed. Don't worry normal service will resume soon but as I put this off because I'd had so many guests recently. I thought actually this is the perfect time August. I'll chat to answer your questions. How lovely how brilliant my most ex. Mrs? I can have a chat on this particular episode. These questions have all come from the facebook. Group linked to join is in the show notes. And I will just say this. I do get asked quite a lot on social media or on email. Where do I find the show notes if you are listening to this episode you all already within the platform the service the provider the website that has the show notes in is just a case of if you're in a particular Internet Internet service provider. Po. 'cause platform you have to click three dots or go to more INFO or swipe the screen or whatever. But you already there. That's why you can find the hyper links with anything mentioned so just a side note. I do hope you're keeping well. I have done a sense check in the facebook group and I said let you still want me to keep creating content. Does it matter if it's not super serious and the overwhelming response has been. Please keep doing it. Please keep doing what you do. We appreciate the destruction. So that's my green light and that's what I'm GonNa keep during the pleased. I think being insensitive and I understand how freaking serious the situation we are in is but shall we go straight. That was taken fingers. Shall we go straight in and this one actually from Nora is quote quite timing? I think she posted a couple of months ago. But the question is hi Emma. My question is about day-to-day Sanity. I guess I don't care much about products and stuff but I'd love to know what you do for clearing head each day and getting rid of or ignoring the build up we get from social media and everyday life. I just learned this week. That climate anxiety is a thing which I now obviously have. What do you tell yourself every day to stay in a positive mood overall? Sorry if this is too vague or something I own only I have. I will admit I'm a bit tipsy nor you in a safe place. Welcome to the group. Welcome to the family. You are definitely Amos decks listener. It's such a good question. I guess we'll say really timely how to not get bogged down mentally how to not think that things how to not get bogged down with negativity how to keep a positive outlook and mindset. When maybe you're dealing with things whatever they might be work life relationships friendships. Whoever whatever I can definitely and I think that's one of the things I talk to. All of my friends had periods of depression or anxiety. All of us who have worked hard and feel like we are able to manage it now will say that it feels like actually having something of a superpower because you can see it coming a mile off which means that you can deploy all relevant tactics to make sure that it stays a good distance and doesn't doesn't want you to put it mildly and actually. I was listening to a podcast with Dr Doctrine. Judge Dee he obviously has been on the show. He had rich role. He was a mega mega focused in the states on his podcast and he was talking about how he was in alcohol recovery and he had a lot and he had a relapse for a few hours but it was quite a significant lab so we had to literally dial back. After thirteen years he had to dial back to zero. His sobriety installed start again and he used the expression which I've since land is is quite common in the fellowship in twelve step programs but he used the expression of. I thought that in recovery I was getting further and further away from my addiction. But what I didn't realize is that my addiction was just doing press ups in the dark waiting for that moment to pounds which I thought was I found quite meeting. I was driving when I was listening to that and I found it quite arresting. It sort of made me go. Wow Gosh and I think that's the same about positive and negative mindsets if you've been through a low period if you've been depressed if you've struggled with your mental health and you feel as though you're through it you sometime you sometimes worry that is it is going to come back quick and fast. Which is why I think you sort of. Almost you have the superpower and you on high alert to see it coming in the distance and as I say deploy all relevant tactics. I know I went up one of ramble. That but what I mean is. I think whether you've had mental health issues on not whether you suffer with depression not with your pessimist or not. I think it's good to check in with yourself just every morning and to say how am I feeling today truth be told I am on day? Eight of south isolating to protect others may not symptomatic. And it's getting to me. Yesterday evening I go to Migraine. My jaw is incredibly tight. I woke up this morning. I was weeping. I really want to count this morning and I felt am. I could feel right. Day has the potential to be one of those days. I could let drive me Rothman. I-drive it so I wrote my Yoga Mat. I did a latest stretching. I stretch my neck out. I did look deep breathing. I spend a Lotta time in childs pose and I was able to actually lessen the how the feeling of the Migraine and then just get going but it was because when I served it systems check when I woke up with all yeah. Something's definitely wrong. You know that chipper today so I did what I thought would be the right thing. I didn't work out sometimes working out the answer. Sometimes it's not intuitively. I felt like being really gentle with myself was the answer this morning. I have contact lenses in. I haven't put makeup on blow dry. My Hair I've done a bit of Yoga and now I'm just very gently sitting at my desk token to you. It's very very easy to consume social media. What's the news and failures are? Everything is Blake. I do feel like especially with the news. I don't often have news television on so when I think about I say don't often have it. I've never really had the news on. I'm not one of those people who engages in televise news that way. I've always really when using the newspapers bought. I remember if I think about significant events. I think about things like nine eleven or elections and that was when I would watch televised news and the screens would be breaking news. This that and the screens would be very automated. That'd be lots of Red. That be lots of you. Know the thing scrolling across screen going up in so you can't be stimulated and then on a normal news cycle. Those things wouldn't happen and recently when I've engaged in news channels not just in recent times maybe in the last couple of years or so. I've noticed that they the the way that the television screen the laid out is in a similar way to win what we used to associate with really really big news events. And it's just it's just to keep watching because let's face it TV channels businesses. And they have the things are so. I tend not to engage in those sorts of televised news channels too much because I find that breaking news thing. It takes me back to other instances other periods of history. That perhaps went so great so my advice to you is particularly around the time now. I know we're not going to talk to you much by the coin virus but my advice now is watch Your leaders daily address. We've forced onto during every day in the UK look at twitter. Don't re tweet or re grammar anything. They'll get your news from there and just look at trusted resources and I did a podcast recently on some really good sources of information on what's going on at the moment they're not sensationalized that with epidemiologist who are experts in infectious disease. So not only is it. James Elles doing brilliant content at the moment where he just keeping everybody updated by speaking to experts analyzing the data on a week by week basis. But also there's some brilliant stuff with Joe Rogan with an expert in infectious disease called Micro Asta home that really kind of explains the genesis of all of these sorts of things and one of the things he says during the pause because Jerry says he's you're making me nervous Michael and he said I'm yeah and by the end of this episode. We'll talk about how not to be nervous. So I feel like they're more helpful resources so in terms of clearing your head and ignoring the bill that we from social media and Everyday Life. I would really choose carefully. What it is that you can see what media you consume and who you listen to and who you
Alfonso Ribeiro twists our brains on golf
"All right folks are joined by a very special guest. Alfonso Ribeiro Big Time Golf Guy so you just walked into Barcelo. Hq I Kind of impressions walking into Barstool checking on her office. All new. I mean the last time to Barstool it was like a it was literally did not look like this. How about we go there? We just going to be pleasant. It was It was an office been was like just not really new new. Feels like a little bit of a facade like this nice and like state of the art and it's not really us just put snow it it did you listen. Everybody needs to go to work and feel like they're going to a nice place. Okay you know what I mean you can talk about whatever you want. It's gotta you'll nice going to work today. What he's saying is the last place was a dump and couldn't believe that he was brought there and that that he likes plays a lot more? I'M GONNA go with the last part of that. Okay because speaking to work got a couple of things going on a couple of things on funniest video absolutely how you know so like the greatest Family show in American television history. Right like its thirtieth season iconic for the Shell my fifth season as the host. And like what's better than watching people do really dumb stuff stuff hurt themselves but what Asta laugh at them by sending us the video so you get the approval of them to laugh at them and and we get to laugh over and over and over again. And I get to go to work and I actually one of the things that I'll do is so I typically have to do the voice overs for all the videos at that net. Need my voice over. Okay okay but I won't watch any of the ones that I don't have to do voice over on so that when I'm actually at the taping and I enjoy them for the first time you're right at the tapings aping and I'm like this way. It's like it feels less like work right. You go to go and it was like wow didn't see that one and can laugh and have a great time so I actually enjoy the taping and as much as the audience gets to do you ever slip up like Oh shit. It's just a good at that because kids so I've learned how not to allow that slip to come out. I always say I know my audience and when I'm when I'm there I'm pretty good at making sure that because we have some kids in the audience. I've become America's Dad. There have to be very responsible. It's amazing my gallstone hasn't made it onto that show yet. It just put it out with. Just keep sending US videos. We'll get it on you get one with a wedge in its everyone's laugh back actually on on Sunday eh the. At and T. I actually wanted to see whether someone got one of my swings on video. 'cause it absolutely would make it onto my show where where it was on. The fourteenth holds a par-five long par five and I'm trying to like possibly see whether I can get there in two so I'm really really digging into one and my right foot completely slips out onto downswing I'm talking airborne it's completely gone right and I still hit the ball but I was on one leg almost down on the ground and I actually hit the ball. So the two the pros and the group because my pro was Kevin Na right and the other the pro is j b Holmes and both of them were like in they were shell shocked because they were like okay. Are you all right. And I'm like and I'm walking gingerly because I'm like I don't know if I'm alright yet Then they go. How did you make contact right like? How did you literally literally you were falling down and you still hit the ball on an ethnic? I like that things eh but it really was. I said to everybody the gallery. WHO's watching anybody? Get that on tape tape. So you're good player. You're scratch. Is that right well. They had me as a three okay. So so you've played golf in some in some big circles right so you're Alphonso Ribeiro your but at the at and T. Pablo pro-am pro-am it's it's TV it's legitimate PJ toward crowds. What's kind of your nerve level on the first tee? You're on the seventeen. Maybe more conic shot. What's your nerve you know? There's probably only one shot at Pebble Beach that I am fearful of It's the second shot on eight right light. That is the only shot where you're like. Okay I don't have this. This is GonNa talk to me about it and we follow him about it and play the whole Goddamn golf course. You know it's a train wreck where we can't bring one hundred none of us for playing in a couple of weeks for the US Open. He's trying little fairy on a in Richmond right flying on a on the fly right behind the flag as for Mr Berry missed. The net. Green is great work. It was great because and I was on my way to triple digits so of course I'm walk through seven holes. Okay you knew where this round was. Nobody's lying along the best part of that is your only through seven holes right this aide whole and you haven't even gotten to the teeth of the golf course you know. That's the easy part of the grass. You get one two three four or five. You're like Ooh and you're doing like if I par in I can shoot ninety uh-huh and you're not going to say the only confident walk. I had all day was walking up to the Green on eight. I had my shoulders up is in my head was held high and I felt good but the rest of the day absolutely you know we had a twenty five mile. An hour rose wind no going from left to right right into the water. Yeah not good. So it's one of those shots where you're like. Okay where am I aiming. That's far let's into I can play it from the left rough. Can't play that from the Pacific. No right you know I was I was left. What's what's the dichotomy like with if the pros and you've got you know the guys played different? teases it awkward at all. No it's it's I'll say this like they're I'm sure there are groups and I've heard many stories the of playing in groups where because it's too amateurs into prose where guys really are not enjoying playing with those amateurs and there are guys on tour who alike I am not playing the. At and T.. I can't stand it like it's just playing with the amateurs but like this group that we had this year which was my self with with Kevin A- and then it was Michael Pena with a guy named Martin trainer. Right and Michael the opinion I are pretty much the same for even though he was getting seven shots. I was getting three but we when we play at home. We are about the same so when you play with guys. We're actually indecent golfers right. Then it's not bad because he's not like all right. Let's go look for his ball. Not that right. The flow of the game feels like it's just a normal for some going out to play and it's not so bad for them. Because I even sent cavanaugh a text message yesterday kind Hannah saying you know a dude. Thanks for an amazing week. We made the cut. We finished nineteenth right like out of one hundred and fifty six teams. That was awesome. He was in there grinding. Like trying to get the team to to to make the cut and you know it was just a really really enjoyable week and he was like dude. Thank you for being the way you were because you knew when to talk and make it light but you also knew when to leave me alone right. Let me have of my space when I needed it and I'm good at that like I'm the dude in the group who's like we're not talking to him some people don't that'll that I'm not going to be the one to tip it. Everyone feels they look at Jon Rahm by the way sitting at dinner. Just don't go near him. L. People for one degrees. That's his nickname like but you know but that's what I was doing you know. That's but that's what happens when it's guys who know how to play golf right who play golf and been in that circumstance stands. This is my fifth year the. At and T.. I've been up at the American Century Tournament now for maybe fourteen fifteen years I get it like I get how to play golf in front of people. It doesn't affect me right like you asking the question earlier like does it like. Does it affect you. Like going to that I T- I have no nerves. Did it affect you. I the first time I absolutely. Yeah but now it's like maybe maybe after like the fourth or fifth time playing in one of those like bigger tournaments after that I was like I. Nobody cares correct right like we all have this thing in our minds that like. I'm going to go embarrass myself. I'm like no not you know why because I'm so much better than the audience sitting there watching me play golf that they're impressed even if I hit a bad. That shot hit that bad shot right so I'd look at it like oh well they don't care whether I play well or not. I care whether I play well or not. Well well I know that if I'm in the moment and I'm actually all messed up about it but I'm not gonNA play. Well right I gotta get into the same space where I've had some of my best rounds and all of my best rounds of been when I'm like. Yeah whatever you gotTa Find Your Happy Place Right just like you're not caring right. The moment you care is the moment you get tents the moment your tents is the worst Gulf swing right. So I've certainly got myself to where I can just kind of be in the moment I want you know. Pick a target small targets right. No no no. Don't hit over there to the right. No pick a target hit the target. Don't worry about anything else. You're not gonna hit it there anyway. But at least you're gonNA you're GonNa make a good solid swing with the right effort by familiar with the exact opposite approach of that on the TV. You got a couple of groups backed doc. You know and you're standing in for wherever you think that they care a lot about how your shot goes right. You're standing the biggest fair way in the world and you're just like all right there's OB forty yards left. You can't it'll be and meanwhile correct just pick a small targets a giant fairway even a decent drive. You'll have a good approach. NOPE bodies a train wreck. You don't know how does golf club you're thinking. Oh Oh my God I saw. Nobody cares their phone there and watch it right. Well I I became friendly with Justin rose and he has a putting guru right who works with okay and this. This guy gave our whole little group when when we were all together Some information is called C.. Burn right and I was like okay. Okay well it's a putting thing where if you put a ball on the ground and if you move that ball quickly you're going to see what looks like a burn of a ball on the grass right and I was like what is that like why he goes. Your brain doesn't understand no or don't write. It only understands what it saying doing. So don't hit it left. Your brain heard hit it left right so there's no don't yeah it doesn't it doesn't recognize. Don't right it only recognizes do. Yeah so people say. Don't move your head you're moving your head right. What this guy is saying is his see the burn? If you see the burn you didn't move your head. It has to be an active positive. Thought not a negative thought because there's is no way that your brain understands the negative thought. Why do you always hit it in the water when you look at water if you have to hit the ball over the water like all right? Don't hit it into water. You're the water. Your brain doesn't understand. Don't you have to just don't even worry about the water. See the target and hated at your target. So it's a mental exercise absolutely but it but it becomes a physical thing because see the burn. You didn't move your. I can't tell you over
"asta" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"Was he had the courage up and talk to them. We would the one time Kevin whereas Jordan every insurance and when asked about it in week lame duck. I do Now my best moment comment. Yeah we'll also visited so fine. Last question that we asked August is if you have one piece of park guidance that you can give to someone who's looking to jump in jump into this community as some sort of creator whether it be content or going to create products like view. What would be your advice to that person I would say try? Try and do it on your own As much as possible You you will need to go out there and you know social meeting and everything but you know what you WanNa do you and you know as a designer what people like your guy and he's fouled foul right and really. That's the best advice. Try China listen to other people who are nervous them so hard orange business out. Probably summer recess my husband's than the support Carl. He's fender one researcher. Going out there contacting our social media. Everything it Ju- or Yourself Keke you it on your own. That's the best then progress. Then I love that. I don't think we've ever heard that before. Therefore I think it is really important because a lot of times. That's the first thing people do. Searching Youtube Channel had arrived make Disney t-shirts. Then you're copying somebody else's dream in carving out Euro Pat so I think that is so important in you. Don't get exposed to that negatively or people picking apart partner idea so valuable. Yeah we'd like you said it's really easy to sometimes like if you're just starting out to really take those Indians in kind of run with it instead of maybe what you want and that could lead you to a place where you don't necessarily want to just kind of protecting yourself from from that especially in the beginning and it could be a really good thing. I mean as a designer you know what works no offense to them. But if you don't know Disney I'm not GonNa Ner Gertz you and get your thoughts to have to know you know. The clients are designed for Arsenal. That that's not something along that somebody who's never been Disney. You're like you know what I'm GonNa go designs. The House now is just not possible. You need to know requires how that doc I love it so great so Jackie. Thank you so much for chatting with us today. We've had such a blast learning more about you. You and your business lasting if you can remind our listeners where they can connect with you online at site. RSVP custom creations dot prom is that all leissner my social media as well perfect so it will be the links to all those in our show notes as well. He want to swipe up in head over there. Connect with Jackie Michael. So thank you so much chatting with us. We've had such a hobby. Yeah I enjoyed it. Thank you for listening to detour to Neverland. Subscribe Vibe to the show and leave a review to help people find US follow us on Instagram at detour to Neverland underscore podcast. To See are pictures from the park's see.
"asta" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"On so timetotalk Disney favorites. What is your favorite dizzy movie ride actions Cinderella? Ou You. Are I love that movie. I Robert Dole fantastic there was not one warring saving in that movie to know really get message very simple and it's easy to remember. I like that. Well how's that different than randomly or is it. I don't think that it's more more explicit in the live action because she actually says it you know in the animated when he is more specific. Okay I didn't know that war explaining next would be your favorite Disney quotes. He can either be from Walt himself or from the purge behind. Oh Alarcon now. It's a good one. It is one. That movie didn't perform as well. I don't know if it's just one of the first live action remain explode. Brigham targets. Forgotten behind these sermons that were done right after it might have been because it was. The I wasn't remake. Pretty close. I think it was and union. The East okay. I I read Cinderella Better Full House of wondering in early as well but that's a different. Yeah I feeling that doesn't count is not you. Don't count okay. All right so last question of the fast fast round is our favorite Disney parks. Memory How we have to be the first Nikki's not so scary? Halloween party that I went to this probably might my kids. Were probably two three years old so so many years ago that he did that first. Time the parade ten years ago was unlike and the ever seen on me it was completely different than anything. I mean the Hart Mansion and the engine Graveyard Graveyard harbor half man over the garage on the leash thing. We're in the pre. I think real life guy and but just like what are we shot or was it was just amazing. Amazing pre it was fabulous. It's changed over interesting years. It has from ray but it's still fry far. That was the best memory wait going went last year so the party. We're GONNA go again this year to the party. Sometime travel in August our mayor so or Party starring around earlier longest for the holiday party. Now's about to say start like next month that sparks. I meant to ask you this earlier. Have you ever when you're in the parks seen someone wearing one of your decals on their magic pin Average time we go my husband and my kids and I will ask. Somebody's wear a decal and we were last year for my son's graduation and requested California. Grill her dinner for his reservation. Am I saw somebody. Just the Diane from us and Fan God we were talking to our our waitress and what we did our design decals. And she's like I'm going to go ask Awesome Matt.
Tracing the genetics of schizophrenia
"This is Joel Goldberg. Now we'll speak with Dr Goodman BECO- Co Director of the South Africa. HIV Addiction Technology Transfer Center and head of the Division of Addiction. Psychiatry at University of Cape Town Doctors Tobacco contributed to a study. That investigated the link between genetics and schizophrenia. In a native South African culture. The study is unique in that involved only participants from a community native to the African continent and was conducted by researchers from that same community of people. Hi Dr Sav Beco- I before we get to anything else. Could you clear up the exact pronunciation of this cultures and aim So that would be Kinda Belong inside At all right I'll give it a little shot as for the purposes of this interview. Is it okay. If I say Kosa a gun SORTA I also understand that you have a personal connection to this this culture. Could you explain that as well is I'm one of those people in South Africa. Who has quite the admixture of at background? So my father was plus his father had mixed Costa ensue to intimidate. So my mom is my father and his family's towards that so I don't know what that makes me just plus I don't do any drexel's how about the study. What was your role in the study? So initially I was in vote sort of along with the initial program manager and the recruited equipment necessary treatment team itself in the translation of a skid from English to Pasta as well as subsequently the translation of additional tools from Involving having been tire process of forward and back translation we worked with the researchers themselves the team at University of Cape Town as well as some colleagues WCHS from the Eastern Cape so it sounds like a significant part of your involvement had to do with your personal involvement and knowledge at the Costa subsequent to that Meryl was really around providing ongoing back nasty supervision of the team in providing cynical guidance as we reviewed the cultural implications of Holly Asta questions of what the responses with mean how into act with the content of the questions and the responses that they got back your expertise lies in psychiatry. We hear about schizophrenia. All the time it's disgusting Guston News stories written about him books and depicted in popular culture in a variety of ways. Could you describe some details about schizophrenia. That might help dispel some of its nets. What we find is one of the most amendments is that it's a percentage of sort of it relates to sort of split personality in people's perception exception of people with schizophrenia? You know relates to that end in people a fearful of schizophrenia. Because they don't understand they tend to attach labels to which as stigmatize patients in the community. Part of the process of engaging with community members patients at facilities is that we approached as controls clients. That wasn't opportunity
Visiting the Atlantis Dive Resort in Dumaguete
"Today your next dive. I'm GONNA take you to the Atlanta's dive resort in Douma Getty first of all. You'll fly into Manila from the US and it's a long flight for for example direct from JFK. You can fly to Manila overnight and there are a lot of options from various points in the US in the West Coast. Once you get get to Manila. You'll be transferred by the Atlanta's organization to a flight to do Magadan on an airline called Seibu Pacific as I mentioned. It's just the short one hour flight in the morning. Once you get to do a getty the attendance will pick up your bags from the baggage claim and load them on a van. Where you'll it'll take about a thirty to forty minutes Ride to the resort which is down which is just outside the Duma getty city. You'll get to the resort. It's a little short Dirt road down to the resort. Not Very Long. But it's interesting flows through to the resort. And once you get there you walk completely. Threw the resort to the front desk area. Where you'll check in immediately when we got to the place it made us feel at home? We got there at a later in the day. We were there at dinner and we all sat down to dinner and while we were waiting for dinner. They gave us a quick neck massage. While we were getting manning served so pretty interesting the rooms. We were very very impressed with the room. They're really nice. They can have either a king size bed. Ed or double beds Our Room had a nice couch in it. It was a desk spacious so we could lay out all of our stuff. Also Our Room had double sinks in the bathroom very very nice room. The rooms also had a deck associated winning which are sheltered and they had a ceiling fan on top of the deck. A nice place to dry your bathing suits out or some gear. Plus there was a lounge chair out on the on the deck area. Now I did notice that some of the decks also had hammocks on them. Let's talk about the food to Tokyo. Restaurant is outstanding. You will get three meals a day their breakfast which is all car. You can get a Omelettes waffles. French toast If you're going there eggs benedict are pretty good The one that I really liked where the chocolate banana French toast luncheon dinner. There's a menu board and you can get a super salad. There's up to four entrees on their things like chicken beef fish noodle stir FRY PASTA ASTA and then two desserts this talk about diving. Wow it was outstanding you take aac either. A small motor launch or sometimes there's a larger Bach abode. Noser like with the outriggers on it few on the bottom boat. They're very spacious. Die Sites sites are very close. One to ten minutes away and you can get either muck diving or muck and ref- or just just just reef and we were very very amazed at the colors the fish life the biodiversity. It really seems like it's on steroids. Loyd's compared to the Caribbean. There was not a lot of depth there we usually stayed in the sixty foot range and every dive was sixty minutes. It's or more visibility. Came in at about eighty feet. Also we did a trip to Otto island which is about a forty forty five to fifty minute boat ride where we did three dives. The coral on Apo island was fabulous. I think they say there's over six hundred species of quarrel in six hundred and fifty species of marine life on UPO island. Another thing that we did was your trip over to Seibu. Two Oz. Lob Job where we snorkeled with will sharks now the dive locker is pretty spacious. You get a little cubby for your certain in gear. There are showers into dive locker. Rinse tanks and an area for nighthawks analysis and recording. Debriefing area is Outside and you go through a brief between each dive at what you do you come back between dives to shore change out your tanks get briefed and go forward Lord. There's a Cameroon a classroom. And there's an on site SPA and pool if you don't WanNa take die a take a day off a diving you can do other tours. There's a city tour where you can go out and do some shopping you can get up to five dives a day. Atlantis dive resort. We were so impressed that we are planning to go back in two thousand twenty one with the shop trip
Those They Left Behind: The Victims of Roy Melanson
"His cabin they stopped at a gas station to put some air in the leaky tire and they had to buy some more beer because they're all out and it continued on their driver car jerked so the two men the shows with that day no surprise turned out to be Chuck Mathews in Roy Melanson so chuck gone out of the car underneath the chassis and so that Iraq had put a hole in the oil pan so michelle offered to give them in a ride in her car when they made it to town got to her car matthews got into the backseat with oak and Melanson wrote up front with Michelle Michelle drove them back to gunnison asmir thieves bonded with Oak Michelle Cherif Melanson yes it was late afternoon they arrived back at the Columbine Bar Matthews was really surprised though because then he overheard Melanson asked Michelle if she could drive him a few more blocks to where he left his truck now he hadn't even mentioned a truck Matthews Matthews didn't think he had a truck I mean if he had a truck why they've been riding around in his old terrible junker were to prove in itself untrustworthy in absolutely breaking down and leaking air and stuff that's terrible so that's a good question where we take in my old junker but he didn't say anything in Melanson told Matthews he'd be back in a while and rode off in the passenger seat of Michelle's car so matthew went into the bar but he was confused and he decided he'd wait for Melanson to come back and maybe he could give him a ride home in his truck but when Melanson and returned by nine pm matthews called a friend to pick him up and he thought that would be the last seat here this whole thing but the next morning Melanson Grove Michelle Wallace's Redman Asta station wagon to the JC penney storing gunnison and he wrote a fraudulent check to purchase a dress shirt and pants Georgia and Megan Wallace Michelle's parents were back in Chicago thinking that everything was Fine Michelle was alive and well and would be back soon they were really happy that she was going to working as a photographer in North Carolina but September second came and went without a call from Michelle and she promised Maggie that she would call her that day so Maggie called the sheriff in Gunnison to report Michelle Missing Ecorse it had only been a couple of days she was an adult so the dispatcher told her not to worry her daughter and probably just decided to camp for another day or two forgot to collar but Maggie knew better she knew Michelle and she insisted that Michelle would never do that so she persisted and she actually got the sheriff's Department to talk to her and to search scofield part so the next one warning the under sheriff went to Michelle's apartment and saw that she had never returned from her trip so they figure that Michelle could have had an accident the rugged country so the undersheriff co the crested Butte Police Department an SM to look for her car they call them back that evening saying there's no sign ever car. The Maggie's calling repeatedly she's just worried sick a massive search was started by the gunnison sheriff the crested butte police department and the Civil Air Patrol rose also many volunteers helping in the search also Michelle's remained gave the police Michelle's hairbrush I glass says to hold his evidence and this would pay off much later not right away because we're in nineteen seventy four technology and advancements in science in a long way to go through certainly did very minimal right right so it was on September six when Chuck Mathews heard about a missing girl on the radio and we heard the description of Michelle in her dog along with her last known whereabouts he knew that she was a young woman that he had met with Melanson on August thirtieth but of course all he knows about Melanson is his first name was Roy so matthews called the sheriff's department and gave them a description of Michelle of her dog and of her Red Mazda wagon the last time he had seen her was outside of the Columbine bar she drove away with a man who the only numerous Roy and this really sounded bad this made the case sound a lot worse were here it should have been less seen with a man she really didn't know right she just met no one knew who roy was or afraid even his real name then the next day ranch called the sheriff's Department to report that he had shot and killed a dog on September fourth in his dog matched oak description he'd get the thanks caller which had a tag with shells name on it and other people called until the sheriff that they'd seen the dog wandering around in the area since August thirty first again bad news because Michelle and oak had been inseparable yes she's missing in her dog is dead so it's really looking like foul play frakes but a fora was contacted after Chuck Matthews told the police that Roy had told him he had been killing coyotes for a sheep rancher in Scholefield Park Spatafora told them that he had employed Roy and he knew his last name it was worry Melanson regarded her name mill food yeah yeah but of course Melanson had left the area he had arrived in Pueblo and Michelle's Mazda on August thirty first and he had spent the night with sally the fourteen year old and got one of her sisters to drive him to where he had parked the Mazda he told her that a friend had left it there for him to us so at this point I really have to question Sally's mother Lucille Burdens judgment here what the Hell's going on it's almost like she's prostituting her daughter you know well he's kind of staying at their house it's very weird and I don't know where the father was I know he was working it didn't ever come home and see what's going on it's really strange disturbing situation that's an understatement for this time though Melanson seemed to be doing much better financially than the last time the Burton girls had seen him he had new clothes new camping equipment and a really nice camera now salad use the camp took a picture of Melanson laying on the couch behind one of her friends yes oh what's this man doing in the House with these teenage girls laying on the couch it's also creepy Dick I just don't understand it we don't have any information or any any reasons why her mother true things the way she do now I mean what I've read about the case there was always just the idea that he was such a smooth talker in so convincing but to me nobody's that convincing that you're going to let him hang around your fourteen year old weird hat royals yeah Melanson didn't stay in Pueblo very long on September eighth in Cedar Falls Iowa when he was there he joined Michelle's camera backpack and sleeping bag than in elk city Iowa he made a guy named Thurman Wilder in a bar and the two started talking while they're told him that he was a heavy equipment raider looking for a job and Melanson told him that he had a friend in Pueblo who owned a construction company and he was sure that his friend would hire wilder I think he was just trying to get a ride there I guess he was always trying to get something from someone he was with the conman are always still have was in his white Cadillac and when they got to Amarillo Texas Melanson duck the Mazda and he ended up writing the rest of the trip with wilder in the Cadillac Hitt told wilder that his car needed repairs and he was taking it to shop and they'd pick it up on the way back then on September twelfth an anonymous caller are reported a suspicious white cadillac that was hanging around a high school and the Cadillac was pulled over and Melanson said that he and Wilder just waiting to pick up Sally Burton at school which is pretty creepy right there your suit is but when Nelson's driver's license was checked the police discovered that he was wanted for rape and Texas so both Melanson and wilder were arrested and wilder gave permission for his car to be searched and the these funds several different items belonging to Michelle Wallace in the Cadillac these things included her car registration her driver's license insurance discard and also some of her camping equipment so there's no explanation that he's going to be able to give for that wouldn't appear to be so melanson was searched police found his unused best ticket from gunnison to Pueblo and found Semis two keys and two point tickets sleeping bag in a backpack then one of the offices remembered the beyond the lookout for a red monster station wagon on by Michelle while so let's solve this crime didn't we well no not really into which is a long way to go with that the Pueblo detectives are pretty sharp they contacted gunnison and learned about the search for Michelle the Amarillo police found Michelle's car it was abandoned one block from a bar recalled the hard hat lounge now the car was searched but nothing was found that would have indicated foul play so nothing they give us evidence and nothing that would help them and find Michelle of course they interviewed Melanson and he finally did admit to spending time with the Burton's and having a relationship with the teenage Sally but he denied that he'd ever had sex with sally you know they would just hanging around 'cause they had so much in common together you're just good friends sure I'll grown men have fourteen year old girl says their friends interviewed sally she told him that she hadn't Melanson in July your family's cabin and she said that she did actually have sex with him so restores here I'm thinking I'm going to bully sally absolutely he had traumatized her quite a bit and so isn't the statutory rape yes should be but you know you're gonNA find here that he really gets away with a lot for long time it's really frustrating after extensive interviews Melanson insisted on speaking to the FBI and eventually he said that he did remember Eating Michelle he said he had a drink with her in a bar and she had left her dog tied up outside then he said he'd made up an excuse to borrow her car and she had led him so he just taken off in her car and it never seen her again not very believable story no bishop since he had all her things on his position Russian was stopped that anyway we'll we'll take a story so investigators suspected Nelson in Michelle's disappearance so in three other Texas rapes and Texas murder and then the police in Louisiana also wanted to question mallets about a series of murders in their state great so it looks like he's just done a lot of crimes that he's gotten away with Chuck Mathews was brought in and he was able to identify Melanson as the man Michelle's car when he last saw them after that detectives were convinced that they had Michelle's killer but without a body the prosecutor wouldn't charge him with murder so they were kind of step yeah I mean I know this is forty five years ago so things are different because we've done some cases where they've prosecute you didn't prosecuted successfully people with nobody well it certainly can be done but you need a lot of other evidence where it sounds like they got your amount the first thing you know you have to be able to prove the person's dad that's the first obstacle where you have to be able to maybe not prove but beyond a shadow of doubt so did now same thing to me or care so searchers though they continue to look on the ground and from the for Michele Maggie and George Wallace her parents held out hope that Michelle would be found alive of course but a new about Melanson story and they knew it was a lie she wouldn't have loaned her car to a stranger but unfortunately no evidence was found that Michelle had been killed or like I said even that she was dead Maggie she'd never see her daughter again that started to set in and she fell into a really deep depression she was crying every day and people said she just looked totally lost six weeks after Michelle had disappeared the Colorado detectives asks for her dental
Mulvaney brashly admits quid pro quo over Ukraine aid as key details emerge... and then denies doing so
"On tonight major developments on many fronts in the impeachment inquiry we begin tonight with the one that eclipses them all and could fundamentally changed the course of this entire affair today one of the president's top advisers openly admitted what he the president and all the president's people have been denying for weeks now now he's trying to back wave from what he said what he said in great detail several times and not by accident right now acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney is furiously backpedalling from at all which only underscores the gravity of what he said today presumably with the president's approval he told the public told lawmakers pursuing impeachment told the world that yes the straighten withheld military aid from an ally under Russian attack to get that country to take action to help the president politically Mick Mulvaney admitted was a quid pro quo with Ukraine he didn't use those words quid pro quo but what he describes was just that and then he said this suggesting that we're all just a little naive for somehow being surprised equating what happened with the normal diplomatic give and take between countries which this is not it appears to be for personal game after all if this were normal it's hard to see what the White House has been trying fruitlessly now to stop all the participants in the scheme from testifying thing about it too congress another key player by the way ambassador Gordon Sunland went before lawmakers today but even as he was talking so it was Mick Mulvaney now here's the first moment from Malvinas press conference so the demand for an investigation into the Democrats was part of the reason that he was on the to with funding to you look back to what happened in two thousand sixteen certainly was was part of the things that he was worried about in corruption with that nation then that is absolutely on two thousand sixteen refers to that conspiracy theory the president's latch onto which blames Ukraine and the Democrats Not Russia for interference in the last presidential election now what Mulvaney just spilled out there is the exchange of something for something or the now familiar Ladan equivalent clear you just described is a quid pro quo it is funding will not flow unless the investigation into the democratic server happened as we do we do that all the time with Foreign Policy Oh okay well there was the president's acting chief-of-staff speaking for the president talking about the very first thing that president brought up on that July twenty fifth phone call with Ukrainian President Zelinski immediately after Lewinsky asked about the military aid we needed that was being held up Mick Mulvaney agreeing that what transpired on that call what he rudy Giuliani vice-president pence Mike pompeo and a cast of recently indicted accused felons were involved with for months was the very thing in the very words that the president others said it was not you take a look at the it caller was perfect I didn't do there was no quid pro quo just turned into a full blown threat a full-blown quid pro and I just don't see it this phone call all is a nothing burger in terms of a quid pro quo there was never any quid pro quo there's no quid pro quo would pro quo quid pro quo no quid pro hello there is no pro wealth or no pro quo today Mick Mulvaney admitted well yeah there was again didn't use those words a situation he described which he said get over it is a quid pro quo any tried to suggest that there was nothing wrong with it admitting it nothing wrong with emitting it because it just happens all the time and keeping them honest it's hard to see anything but bs because tonight as we said he is now furiously backpedalling away from what he said earlier recognition that speaking what appears to be the truth is terrible for this president so having made those disastrous remark he is now trying to say what he said he released a statement reading in part let me be clear there was absolutely no quid pro quo between Ukrainian military aid in any investigation into the two thousand sixteen election the latest word from it any in hopes perhaps of erasing the previous latest word which will play again for you now you just described is a quid pro it is this funding will not flow in less investigation into the democratic server happened as well we do we do that all the time with foreign policy and again he said we should get over it and perhaps he already has there's more breaking news on all of this including from the Wall Street Journal reporting that the president agreed on the need for Mister Mulvaney to walk back his comments yeah you think and personally approved his chiefs statement the paper citing a White House official more now from C. N. N.'s Jim asta who joins us from the White House I can only imagine what the response was when Mick Mulvaney finished that press conference and went back to whatever room he went to have gone well for him what's the reaction been inside the White House to all of this Anderson I mean I think Mick Mulvaney has gone from quid pro Oh to quit pro bono essentially what's happening tonight but basically you know when the president's legal team is putting out statements saying that they will we're not involved in Mick Mulvaney as briefing in the White House briefing room I mean that is pretty clear that they were not on board with this I'm told by sources familiar with these discussions go on inside the president's legal team that they were essentially blindsided and did not feel that what Mick Mulvaney had say help their cause very much having that all of that I just spoke with a White House official in the last several minutes who said that the president was involved somewhat in the statement that was put out by the White House the president according to this official felt that the media were intentionally misinterpreting what Mick Mulvaney said but of course Anderson that is more clean up on sixteen hundred As we as you just pointed out just a few moments ago not only was Mick Mulvaney saying there was a quid pro quo he almost seemed proud of it right Dan was a he sounded a pro. You know professorial during this briefing teaching all of us you know school kids this is how things work in the big leagues we do this all the time and then of course he had come out later on and released that statement one interesting thing to note if you go through that statement line by line Anderson the one that was issued by the acting chief of staff Z. evening it featured some of the same talking points that the president has been using over the last several weeks and saying that there was no quid pro quo that this was about rooting out corruption and so on sounds like they had to go back and rework that statement well I don't understand how Mulvaney could also in that same press conference stand there and say that the dirt on the Biden's that had nothing to do that that was not part of the quid pro quo even though we've all now seen the rough transcript in which that is item number two after the conspiracy theory about the server being in the Ukraine that's right and and keep in mind the president and his defenders for weeks I've been saying that there was no quid pro quo but in the rough call transcript the president admits he says in that rough call transcript that he wanted to get dirt on Joe Biden that he wanted to get dirt on Joe Biden's family what do we know by just looking at federal election law in this country it is a violation of law to seek foreign help in an election so the president is always is always trying to spin things obviously but clearly there is a violation of the law baked into that rough call transcript the thing that they were clinging to over these last couple of weeks anderson was that there was no quid pro quo and I think there's just no way around it the acting chief of staff blew that up today inside that briefing Krizner was on camera with George Stephanopoulos while saying Oh yeah it would be no probably if a foreign country had information I would totally take it and and you know who knows what he would get four well yes right he has spoken in this fashion time and again appreciate things just a few moments before suddenly reversed himself in the White House damage control when I spoke with the House Majority Leader Democrat Steny Hoyer leader Hoyer how damaging were Mick mulvaney remarks for the president in this impeachment inquiry will essentially really what I understand I didn't hear Mulvaney say but what I understand he says yes there was a quid pro quo and a in effect daring people to get over it because that's foreign policy now it's not what the Congress the United States appropriated money for an ally a war with and losing losing people a- and what the president decided to do is withhold that money which Mulvaney says was quid pro quo he doesn't say that Break Wilco but of good pro quo of for them doing something that he wanted done and then the conversation he said look by the way I need a favor favor was it to look into a political opponent not in two thousand sixteen but in twenty twenty And so I think it cannot help the case and will be part of the testimony and evidence that the committees are gathering Mulvaney is claiming that the president pursuing this conspiracy theory which flies facing the intelligence community says was Russian involvement in the DNC hack Levinas claiming that that was that was a concern about corruption in Ukraine just logically that also doesn't make sense I mean there's plenty of actual Ukrainian corruption but the president didn't raise any that all he talks about was this conspiracy theory about crowd strike and the Biden's it's there for everybody to read the conversation the president told the speaker of the house he the conversation was perfect which is why I presume he released it because he thought it was fine it wasn't fun it clearly was a quid pro quo it did I need to be stated this is the quit and that's the pro clearly the president of Ukraine knew what was going on clearly he knew that the president was saying I need his favor and by the way I've got your money and also I know that you want to visit the White House and obviously the contingency between the two was was really clear and I think mulvaney comments as I said shortly went out helpful to the president's
The latest on the Trump impeachment inquiry
"We start with Donald Trump's impeachment crisis a stampede of damning facts gathered by the day I anti legal defense that appears increasingly erratic today trump was pressed on his stonewalling of Congress and his refusal to comply with those subpoenas in fact he suggested that probably ends up being a big Supreme Court case all right so at this point trump strategy it's pretty clear obstruct deflect confused and if all else fails hope the Supreme Court to which he appointed to justice of which he appointed come and save him even as new facts emerged today the full memo from the first whistle blower released with new details about the call and the New York Times pointing out with details about what went down inside the State Department as frustrations grew over trump blocking military aid for Ukraine now against that drumbeat trump supporters are pushing increasingly bizarre narratives one trump ally and former advisor appeared on a Fox News panel with Rudy Giuliani where he referred to Democrats probe as a regicide which if you don't know like I didn't know earlier today is actually the murder of a king. What you're seeing is regicide this is regicide a by another name fake impeachment I refused the call whistle blowers these two nonentities are suicide bombers that the Democrats have unleashed all right so you heard that regicide suicide bombers that is the language now coming from trump's camp remarkable contrast from how -servative used to talk about impeachment today a moment resurfacing from the congressman Mike Pence speaking in two thousand and eight about what the standard should be for impeaching a president this business of high crimes and misdemeanors goes to the question of of whether or not the person serving as president of the United States put their own interests their personal interests head of public service that's the vice president Mike Pence when he was a congressman back in the day Matt Miller chief DOJ spokesman during the Obama administration is with US Jason Johnson politics editor for the root dot com is also with us and the daily Beast Betsy would drifts one is as well great to have all of you with us let's lots to break down here Matt let me begin with you what do you make today of the president subtly invoking the Supreme Court and that this battle is likely to end up there you know I think they'd love for it to end up the Supreme Court because that means we wouldn't have any decision on whether the documents they're obstructing congressman tainting had to be turned over until sometime next year maybe even past the two thousand twenty election that's been their strategy all along not just with this investigation but with the previous investigations house launched deny the House they're entitled to make them go to court and drag it out because there's a lengthy appeals process. I think this one is different in that the house the House obviously would like to get the documents that they've subpoenaed but they're not they would like to get witness testimony but they're not gonNA wait for the administration to turn them over and they're not gonNA wait for the end of court battles they already have a whistle blower who came forward and supply them a lot of information I think there are you know they got one witness Kurt Volker who was willing to quit rather than stay inside the administration it'd be prohibited from testifying and I suspect what they'll do is push forward given that they already have enough evidence that the president pressured the Ukrainian government to to launch an investigation they already have evidence of quid pro quo and those Kurt Volker texts that were released they're obviously things that they would like to get their hands on for example more evidence about the withholding funds from Ukraine but I don't think they're gonNA wait for the courts they're going to go order because they have enough evidence and they'll probably get more as more witnesses come forward at despite the White House trying to block them so to that point Jason the White House as we mentioned refusing to cooperate with these demands realistically besides going the path of the courts is and that was just spelling out what options do the Democrats have beyond subpoenas anything well they're option is to just have a vote right they don't require this information and I'll be honest we can take the headline White House stymies Congress house refuses to hand over information we could run that same headline every three months since this administration began so it's I don't think for once the Democrats are not shocked and amazed at the eight houses lying or not providing information they can have this vote whenever they want here's the other key part about this every piece of information that they've asked for that this administration refuses to come forward with can be part of a complaint about obstruction of justice into an investigation of inappropriate behavior that the president has already admitted to so that is their option to take everything Donald Trump is doing now and make that a part of their case in a stronger case that for once according to the polls not only are people in favor of the impeachment inquiry but we have now moved we're Americans are actually recent poll so Americans are actually in favor of Donald Trump being removed from office in a vote and that's something that works Democrats favor and interesting and all of this today former Congressman Trey goudy now's going to serve as outside counsel for the trump team and it's amazing because if you go back to two thousand twelve here he is actually announcing Democrats for not cooperating with Congressional Oversight Watch this clip the notion that you can withhold mation documents from Congress no matter whether you're the party in power or not empower is wrong respect for the rule of law must mean something irrespective of the vicissitudes of political cycles so that means that you just on your screen there who made that huge appeal about nobody withhold power from Congress or excuse me withhold information from Congress's power to have oversight is now going to defend and justify the president withholding being information from Congress are those words betsy going to come back and haunt trey goudy no question and these political cycles have early gone through a heck of assist Tude as Gowdy my put it the fact that Republicans spent eight years of the Obama Administration laying out in the most asta robust and detailed way possible arguments that the executive branch has to comply with subpoenas an oversight requests from the from the legislative branch in something that's going to create challenges for all of them that said the White House is legal strategy faces a really complex difficulty because there's tension within the White House regarding how White House counsel Pat Simple Loni is approaching this particular issue simple only is treating it perhaps more as a legal fight than a political fight it seems the White House counsel's office people to an extent are still in molar mode thinking in terms of winning court fights rather than thing this has primarily a political undertaking we know that impeachment at its core is a political tool and for the most part of the president is outside allies view the biggest threat to him as a as impacting vote but simple owning is approaching it more from the legal side and that's generated a little bit of friction and the interesting thing again in this betsy that you got the GOP inviting Giuliani to testify Lindsey Graham Watson come up to the hill to talk about Ukraine Corruption Watch his latest appearance on Fox News I just drove through okay they required witnesses to face the witch and some witches were acquitted it's ridiculous the only place I can think of what we had trials like this is in the Soviet Union the remember the president used to call this a witch hunt this is now more than a witch hunt the which is headed better in other words they had more rights the witches had better what do you make of that I mean what's the risk your betsy for the gop to kind of have this narrative floating out there between the regicide the is it is not a king yet his defenders making reference to him being king others are calling this a coup now you got mayor Guiliani or former mayor Droopy Giuliani talking about which is for the duration of his time serving as president's personal outside counsel Giuliani over and over and over has said things publicly that have undermined the legal arguments he's trying to make in defense of the president who can forget the moment when he made the bombs dell admission about the president paying off porn star Stormy Daniels in the final weeks of the presidential campaign on Sean Hannity's Fox News Show Giuliani creates the most problems for his client when he's in a setting that he feels to be friendly and no one on Capitol Hill is going to make Giuliani feel more laxed than Lindsey Graham the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee who is incredibly close with trump who hangs out with him engulfs with all the time Giuliani sitting down in grams a committee room is perhaps the most perilous moment of the impeachment process for trump? Hey today the California Congressman Roque Hana telling Holly Jackson the Democrats need to move forward with the vote listen to this here's the reality we can't count on the White House we can't count on the course they want to delay this we need to move forward we need to look at what evidence we have make the best effort make the case and have a vote on the articles of impeachment what's the what's the play here you think Matt should they go ahead and actually hold hold a vote have a vote on impeachment knowing that the White House is going to stall this and if as you were saying this could delay in
An Iranian pop star challenges the regime
"Song is a protest against the war that marked Iran for eight years the war with with Iraq, nNcholas Pelham is the economists Middle East correspondent he's been writing about a new song called pari som- that means broken stone. And it's by Iranian singer, Mechta Yara he in this video he shows missiles falling on families. He shows families queuing it to have because the land is impartial rivers have been diverted their children being sent into minefields by generals houses. Collapsing. The soon as the ribbon is cut because the so poorly built it's really an indictment of the Iranian regime. Should be to numbers money, but it's an odd direction for Mr. Jahr, he to take he used to be pretty beloved of the regime. He sings beautiful renditions of the call to prayer in two thousand seventeen he won the best album prize from the ministry of his lung guidance and culture that it's hard to imagine. Now, he's things dressed as a general Kelly. He's trying to be an Iranian general, but he has a swastika on his arm, and there's a particular dramatic lyric in which he says another generation went to war and did not return on the last one of this tribe, but tribe with no food or water. So why the change of he was a regime favorite? Why is he now this provocateur a lot of it has to do with his origin? He's from the province of quizzes, Dan, which used to be called stone. It's a mainly our province on the Gulf bordering Iraq. But it's a province which has been devastated by the war by Cincinnati elect. He's somebody who seems to have an increasingly conscious sensitive Arab identity. This comes at a time where Iran is under enormous economic stress, and there's a a real struggle for resources and the periphery which tends to be mainly non Persian an ethnic feels that it's losing out to the Persian core, Iran, Matt Yara himself said when ASTA defend his song. He said it's a duty of artists to convey, the voice of the people to the authorities. So in on it self the people have a pretty big fans of this work is images of him being put up in shops. And has the reaction been similarly favorable throughout Iran or just in his home region? If you see a hero in his own province. Elsewhere, particularly on the part of hardliners within the regime, he sees something of a of a traitor. He's betraying the martyrs of of the revolution. They see him as of stooge for Arabs, somebody cool to singer Saddam Hussein. And he's seen as the troublemaker which is particularly worrying for the authorities because it comes at a time with just on the eve of celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the nineteen seventy nine revolution. So what are the thirties doing about it? Or what do you think they will do a lot of contradictory reports at the time as to whether he had been banned or not it does appear that he was summoned by the ministry of his guidance, and according to an official from that ministry. It was said that he he repented and this was denied by Maddie are he's he's. Said that he wouldn't repent that he stood for what he said in his his song. He did try and say that it was more general and not specifically aimed your thirties writing. It's very clear to most rain that this is really Matt Yara representing hoses stone against Tehran against the center and asking for summer address, right through the ministry of guidance. Having said that will we call them on this. And he repented his just needing to be seen to at least wagged a finger at him. Is that the idea it is quite striking at the moment. How the authorities seem to be doing the utmost not to inflame sentiment within Iran. They're very conscious of the year ago. There were mass protests across the country, particularly in these provinces, which are on the periphery with concentration of non Persian minorities. And so they do seem to be playing it down nNcholas. Thank you very much. Jason. Thank you.
Theresa May faces no confidence vote after failed Brexit plan
"British Prime Minister Theresa may pacing confidence vote in British parliament today. One day after her plan for Brexit was soundly defeated labor party leader. Jeremy Corbyn calling for that vote yesterday. This is a catastrophic defeat. So this government ASTA two years of failed negotiations. The house of Commons as delivered its verdict on her Brexit, Dale, and that verdict is absolutely decisive. It may survive the vote show have to come up with another plan for the UK to leave the European Union. A move approved by a narrow margin of voters two years ago, and she won't have much time as the deadline to leave. The EU is coming up on March twenty ninth. If she loses parliament will have just two weeks to try to form a new. Government you could try to hold on by organizing her government or she could step down and let another member of her party tried to take the spot
Surviving the Haiti earthquake: a UN staffers story
"This is Lennon from UN news in twenty ten a devastating earthquake hit hating reportedly killing up to two hundred and twenty thousand people including one hundred to u n personnel. One of those who survived was feet Bhutto lacob head of communications for the UN mission for Justice in Haiti otherwise known as miniaturist Saturday marks nine years since the earthquake a chance for Sophie to share with you a news her memories of the twelfth of January two thousand ten and reflect on Haiti's current ability to withstand disasters. I spoke to Sophie and started by asking what happens to her and her colleagues when the quake struck well on that day. I was in a meeting in my office with colleagues from the six floor, and when the quake, heat, we just followed all the reflects that I learned from my experience in Martinique. We went back and. On the tables just stick to our selves for of what could fold on from the woes after when it stopped from taking. I went out and checked on the over colleagues. That's where are the over places. And and there was everywhere. These y dust coming from the walls and everybody wasn't shop. The ASTA me to go down from a ladder that the media trees had time to put on the window and all so I prefer because I was very pregnant from seven months and a house I prefer to find an overweight out because we always have aftermath after enough quick any take the ladder. So we looked for never exit and we find a wool that collapsed. Allowing us to go out and walked out up to the entrance. And there was nothing left. That means the six floors of the building had totally collapsed. I was on the main. Floor and I had this. Phrase in my mind, saying you will do with this information letter not to be emotional. I don't know why my my mind saved that to me. And and then I so everybody around me in shop, very emotional, and I was very clean minded. So I asked everyone and security, especially to make sure they closed the gate. So we would have everybody accounted for because people were running around everywhere. And we need to know how many people are still in the building blocked on the rebels and who is outside and to organize ourselves. So we had unfortunately, the head of the mission of the presentative of the secretary general mysterious Annabi, and he's depew team stone Deco-style that where still missing another the rubble and we organize ourselves. We've the deputy force commander at that time who was vic-, and we the Filipinos. Who were at the issues, and it was four hours hours ended the night came and we had dig likes on the rubbles just to help get our could exert where still blocked under eight on the days that followed. We were transported to the logistical days in in port au prince not far away from the H Kubat near the airport, and we organized ourselves. I was deputy chief communication at that time and spokesperson, so I asked the chief communication what can I do to help? And he said well sofi if you can take care of yourself and go back home that would be the most helpful because I was very pregnant at that said, seven months and a half and my replacement for my maternity leave was already there and prepared. So everything was under control in the communication side. So I- south evacuated two days after on. First day because the of quake was on a Tuesday. But knowing that you had lost colleagues and colleagues have been injured in the people that you helping in Haiti been injured was it difficult for you to leave. H was really a trauma? But at that time, I had no solution. I was not very much of a help. I could not do match the person who was there. Just a to be the spokesperson. When would be unnatural not eve was already prepared to to give the interviews. So it was better for them to do it and me just to get back home and deliver the baby. But I came back. I came back during the summer after the match leave, and I did the transition between the two chief communications. And that was really a very emotional for me because coming back in Haiti six months after the situation was really really difficult steel, and a lot was needed at all level humanitarian level of support level. There was a lot of attention from the international community. And so I was glad to be there. And to be able to speak about what was needed, but I was getting emotional in every interview. So that was not very proficient on so I decided to leave any broke my heart because I had been six years in Haiti already, but I needed to rebuild myself to be able to be back in good shape to help the Asians and to help Michalis, which I did in two thousand thirteen when I came back a nine they're still determine you describe what it was like for you coming back in two thousand thirteen that was a mix of feelings. I the feelings of joy to be back in to be able to work with the colleagues alongside them to help rebuild the country and finish a work with the mandate of the new staff the United nation mission for stabilization in Haiti. There was so much to do steel. And that was all. Also, a very much sadness because of all the Las colleagues, but the suddenness was more was stronger, obviously, any still there will always be there. So we have to just leave of it. And an owner our colleagues by the worker doing. That's that's the most important. Those heights is still at risk from natural disasters such as earthquakes, do you think the country is more resilient now if another of quake is to is to hit the country. Of course, what when it happened in two thousand ten minister had a lot of military's being present. We had engineers, and we were able to do a lot of words to just clear the roles and from the Ruggles and to help rebuild roads. And today, we've miniatures the new mission. It's absolutely not the same. The new mission is a mission for Justice support. We don't have military's anymore. We have an international police officers in all the departments that they are supported. They are supporting the high commandment of the national police four implementation of the strategic plan. So it's it's not the same. And of course, if there would be a earthquake today, the Asian themselves would have to take care of. And they have now prepared for that. And the population itself is very much prepared. We hear regularly when there is a quake like we. We had few months ago enough quaking the north of the country. The the state was prepared to react end descent. There are people there to check on those that were affected and providing support without a new news involvement. So they were ready doing it. Of course, it was not a major quake in the capital has we had in two thousand ten but the population now news how to react when the reserve quake how to protect themselves they know much better. And most importantly we hear regularly. How important it is to build better to build strongly in case in her quake would hit not to endanger the people.
76ers' Markelle Fultz Injury Diagnosed as Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
"While back had this last year when Jared I cough who basically missed the entire season came back at the end for the Phillies couldn't pitch and kept having numbness in his fingers. This was one of the first things that was brought up and thought so what's bizarre to me. Is that Marco Faltas seemed you could probably just you probably need to hold room of people to count on their fingers. How many doctors he seen over the last year or so how did this go until now without anyone realizing it's a very bizarre situation. I'm not going to sit here and tell you this ally, and he doesn't have this because. Doctors diagnosed doctors diagnosing it. It's just doesn't pass the the makes sense test. If that makes any sense there's just a lot going on here. Ten doctors to find this. Why couldn't they why did they have all the shots that he took a shot over the summer? I think there is a chance here folks that we are dealing with an athlete that does have something going on. But also has the it feels like we're Foltz comes up. It's like a it's this or it's about well, the Rasic outlets singers, a weird thing where you you don't even really know what you have and you kind of feel numbness. Sometimes you don't feel right. At least that's the way pitchers describe it as they're going through the process that kind of is what faults has been saying like, I feel good. Sometimes those times, they don't it comes and goes that that does go along with this syndrome. But I also think because he's been sore Radic. He is psych them out himself from being able to do things even if he physically can he might have the NBA injured. We might have the double whammy here. With Markelle Fultz eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four apparently is heading to Los Angeles to continue as rehab. So he's not going to be around the team. Let's talk to Mike in West, Chester. What's up Mike there? He goes, Mike and western what's up Mike Johanns in good body? What's going on? I just wanna say it's awesome news on. James's family. That's great. It's it's awesome. Yet. Do hey, I gotta say this Joe. L of all the positives of accolades before Carson Wentz negative the interception was unacceptable. Couples Roseman especially on the sleeper. Who was he throwing it to and the one on the one he had Allstone Jeffrey wide open the end zone. And what I was at the gauge, oh, I'm tired. I mean, I love the Jesuits. But it's always you need to change. I'm glad he went to chase. All Sean deserves to get the ball more, and they need targeted more. Am I wrong? Well, I look I don't think he's ever really open mic. Now. We know he's a good fifty fifty receiver where he can kind of get the jump on box a guy box. The guy is a big frame receiver. But there's not many spots in the game. I'm like, oh, wow. What a route. He's so fast Alston's wide open. So I mean, I get it hurts is always open. I would go to him too. I'm not. But I'm happy take got involved last night. That was that. That was nice to see. And I think I'll take that. Because. You should be a new all the time. He has been opened. And like I said I was well. Maybe. Also was stand there all over again. So anyway, I'm not going to knock Corsica's I love what he did mobility. I got a question Peterson though and coach Joe, but what the hell took so long to run the ball. Like, a parody does work having you know, I'm not saying don't vote. When did that's that's how the eagles esteem playing? That's excessive not having a run game makes us team a more viable ASTA offense. So you believe well. Yeah. And they had it last year. I mean, they were balanced last your way more balanced last year, then they were you know, Turley and this year, I think makes a difference job. So. Really makes a difference. He's still Darren sproles. It's a matter of how many snaps many times you get the ball in his hand per game. Mike, I appreciate it. Here's the thing. When it comes to the run pass stuff, we overdo it. There's no one that's going to tell you. It's it's not a good thing to have you can run and pass. It makes you more difficult to defend but the reality of the NFL is easy to score points. How you do it becomes largely irrelevant. If you could score thirty five or forty points a game. No one's going to cry and yell if you do it by passing or cry and yell if you do it by running usually passing the most efficient way to get there, especially if you have a great quarterback or one you think is great like the eagles do right now. So I it's Doug Peters is always going to pass more than he runs. Always. That's the philosophy. That's the coach that's the offense. I think the biggest thing early in the season was they weren't running effectively. And now the last couple of games things are changing here. Josh Adams is running the ball actively. And I thought it's Florida the radar today as I've heard everyone talking about the game. I feel like core climate is. Starting to come on here. And and little by little show, you that he's got a little bursts back. I think he's healthy again last couple of games. This is the last two weeks ten Kerry seventy two yards. Five catches seventy eight yards. That's fifteen touches. One hundred fifty yards less games. Every time. They get the ball court Clements. Hands at ten yards per that. He he looks healthy, Tom and many except next. What's up, Tom? Hey, Joe great show. I just wanted to say this really the most encouraging thing that I saw a lot of positives. But the running backs themselves just the rotation of of seeing sprawled out for a limited amount. I'm glad tuck it and try to like throw him in there and a half you kinda take over the game seeing Clement get his burst back. But one thing that I that I noticed about Josh Adams. And and let me preface this by saying, I am in no way comparing these two I'm just saying I noticed something similar. Is that I noticed for some of the runs that he did he had that kind of levian bell ability to wait for the whole open rather than just hit it and hope for the best. There was a couple of times where you see him get to where he needed to be stop, and then continue to go when it opened up the funded the funny part of you're bringing that up Tom Izzo every time. I I watched the game. Usually when I'm especially when I'm watching at home. I'll just have my phone out kinda I opened up the notes app, and I just kinda type things out as I'm watching almost like is if I would tweet it, but it's just for me. And last night, Tom. I'm looking as I printed it out before the show tonight just to kind of think back to what I was thinking during the game. I have this note right here. It's like halfway down my sheet, and it says Josh Adams kind like a bigger Levy on bell with the patients. We we saw the same thing last night. He does have that where he just he waits more than the normal back. And I keep I keep thinking, oh, he's gonna get stopped in the backfield. But then he has an ability to kind of get going again. Right. And I think you saw that a lot last night. And I haven't I mean from an eagles running back. I can't remember, you know, maybe shady McCoy. But he was more of like a stat back. But but seeing I just really notice it last night where he would wait for that whole. And then he had the first to go through it and pick up additional yard. So that was really promising to see. And again, I don't think anyone's gonna confused Josh bell right now. But she keeps looking like that that's really promising to see not just the physicality of it. But the smarts of when how to play against the defense. It is. It's a good point, Tom and a good car. I the thing I like about it is I like running back groups that have different kinds of backs and sometimes you can have it. Sometimes you can't you're not gonna complain. If you have to good backs, and they're similar, but the eagles now are starting to have that they have right now you'd say small what is completely out of the rotation. Magus sprawls is back so three backs. They have now you have the big Josh Adams kind of more like the bruiser. But he's got that patients. Like, we were just talking about there that patients like a on bell. Then you have an again, no one's comparing him as an athlete or a talented levian. But just kind of that that style you have Corey Clement who could do a little bit of both you strong, but he's also much more explosive than anyone gives them credit for and then in the screen game last week's has been outrageous. And then you have Darren sproles that we know could do a little bit everything and can block and could get out and in catch passes those kind of trios of running backs. I like that. It's it's not there's no Sar here. But there's a good. Group right now. John del ran is up next on W P. What's up, John? 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"asta" Discussed on Ologies
"Okay. Back to the port ASTA antique out, which means alluring -ly old mouth. This was a place of a lot of comings and goings, but once a newer port city nearby started getting more traffic Ostia and teacup became so five minutes ago who so over it was like a hipster bar that your mom's friends started going to. But it's abandoned ruins are really really good place for archaeologists to piece together the past because that's what they do. I just stated the obvious anyway, Ostia Antica. And so then obviously Ostra becomes very very important place for the empire, and it becomes a very multicultural city. And it's a great it's like a mini Rome. So the fact that it gets abandoned just there, then allows us to have really exciting and pretty immediate excavations as opposed to you know, other sites that are. Continue occupied like Rome Rome was much more complex to excavate because there's a modern city on top. And what kind of stuff do you typically find? I think you find a lot of pottery. I was gonna say. Yeah. So I mean, imagine imagine. You know, you you have your house you're living in your house for decades and decades and decades and you're producing over that time period a lot of garbage. Now. Imagine your rubbish heap your dump was right outside in your backyard. Imagine what people would find personally a bunch a couple bottles an empty bags the Koran Doritos. Let's be honest. Oh, and of course, we're obviously we're talking about today. We're talking about a lot of plastic. So for the Romans almost everything I mean, sure, there's, you know, leather goods, they're using or baskets or what you know. But, but the main thing is, you know, in burlap bags, but really what's traditionally preserving what was used for storage for pretty much anything was pottery. So you're going to find that stuff is fired. And it's basically indestructible. You know, it's kind of like smashed up and those things can be pieced together. And then hopefully, if you're lucky, you know, there's writing, you know, they write on them oftentimes. The what the material is and so forth, or you know, who owns it. And and and so on there's a big dump actually in in Rome called monthly to statue. It's like a hill. Oh my God. Okay. Google search reveals this huge grassy HALE in an otherwise flat neighborhood. But then you get up close, and it's like a ceramics graveyard. There's just piles and piles and piles of broken pottery like a giant was so pissed and just smashed all your jars. So it's all the antiquated mystery of a creepy cemetery with none of the I'm sad about all the lives that have ended factor. It's great. It's literally something like about one hundred and fifty feet high. Oh my God. And it's got a circumference of like a mile and a half, and it just dumped ceramics and smashed and the primarily the amphorae these jars were used for carrying olive oil. So then you say, well, why don't they reuse the jars because if you have it filled with olive oil you ever tried to clean a bottle of olive oil. It's a pain in the ass. It's yeah. So whether there was it just smashed it. So he gives you an idea of the volume the sheer volume that's coming in. And then keep in mind too that the we love the ancient guys because it was also sustainable, so even Rhone was big consumer city, generally speaking, you take those jars and you'd smash them and you stick them in the rubble for the mortar of a wall. So these. Things get using everything. But to be able to create a massive hill. Like that means it has so much volume coming into this mega city that was the ultimate consumer city that we can use all this stuff. We'll just don't put over here. And if just becomes this hill God, so we'll have always been garbage people. Oh, yeah..
"asta" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Follow success? It'll have to show itself has a failure. And even the debate over whether or not the midterms a Blue Wave or not is precisely debate on whether the Trump's strategy was a success or failure. And I think the the the sense that somehow the sense that emerged in the first day. And it's lonely learning was false that there was no blue wing has allowed him to continue to project persona of success. And as long as he's success people on the right? We'll try to them and copy. I just I appreciate your hanging with me for a couple more questions that I just found. It's really fascinating. How do we know you know, like? How do we know the power of cable news and of these narratives in terms of like, I mean, I think it's it's easier to understand how they impact our politics in terms of like almost legislatively because many of the politicians themselves, they're they're bathed in this. But when we talk about cable news, for instance, you know, we're talking about I don't know a whole universe of five or ten million people. Maybe who who watch all this stuff, you know, shows like this one. I mean, there's not. How how do we know that that actually has that it makes a difference? Like when we rail on somebody for for trafficking in in some type of conspiracy. What would how do we know from the data that this makes any type of difference or how does that manifest itself? So there are two ways one is not stuff that we do just survey from others, and that survey so Pugh goes out and asks voters, what is your primary source of news or what news source do you most trust? And they are you get valley. Clearly that when pew right after the election ASTA, like you're ost, Trump voters, walk news. Sources do what is your most important news source? Forty percent said FOX only about seven percents said faced. So you know, that FOX is much more important on the left just as we found with our date in the same survey, you'll see a much longer and smoother distribution of attention with with with other sites similarly in our own data. If you look at. So take the sets the rich conspiracy conspiracy that that DNC stock or rather than the leaked the DNC memo's rather than that the lessons hacked it. Right after says was murdered in Washington DC as part of a robbery there was a bubbling on the net. Ovarian fringe sides, maybe Russian inspired sites that was trying to say, no, it was it wasn't anybody else? There was a moment where it spiked little bits around. We can releasing a prize for whoever killed and therefore implying that. In fact, he wants the source when you clock the amount of attention it gone overall online during that early period when the more online extreme, and we can only propagation happened to appear on the week in which Kobe was fired when Hannity. And FOX and friends and FOX T C even propagated the same conspiracy theory that later pine boards several times over the amount of coverage and attention online their walls to the French. Have we see this again with the uranium one story that was part talked about with regard to Bannon Breitbart that happened the same thing it was big. But he was over where in November of twenty seventeen when things were going badly in the modern investigations Trump. When suddenly Fox News.
"asta" Discussed on Double Toasted
"ASTA eleven the movie. Nobody. This lab and man, of course I was laughing. 'cause I'm 'cause I think is everybody who doesn't have kids is going, how How do. do you. On no it kill thought. The framing of the movie was good to what I mean by the frame and the structure. There's the movie hits these these narrative beats where when they start to hit a new chapter in the film, it almost feels like a chapter the book and they hit a new chapter. By having Anna Kendrick, she plays the, she runs like a mommy blog, a video, mommy blogs like on a YouTube type channel. And I like the way whenever you hit a chapter start off with her blog, right? Because she'd always thought, hey, mommy's and she's and she's breaking down like the more videos register talking. You could see a little chat going at the bottom. Don't even notice. Yeah, the chat was moving those people saying stuff in there. Yeah. Okay. I didn't even see that man see little attention to details like that. I think that. You have a Paul big who was doing these comedies and they weren't very deep, you know they were in, but they were. They were good. Like, you know, I guess I should take that back because spy he directed the action that pretty well. Yeah. So you know, I think that this guy is easily with this film. He's starting to show more of more size of him besides the director. I mean, besides being a comedy director and showing size of himself, that where he's like, he's very talented in these areas. Yeah. Yeah. He's showing, hey, I can do a more sophisticated comedy, and I actually do know what I'm doing when I'm directing. If people just get out of my way, I'm not worried about big action set pieces. Yeah, yeah. If you wanna watch this, think of gone girl with more of a comedy twist to it because it does play out that what that's what I enjoyed about. It does play out like a dark comedy, but when it gets serious, it gets serious in their moments in here way really is when I say like, scary moment, I'm not talk. About like a dead body jumps on anything, but this Buki moments in here, you know you just because you just can't figure out how that particular thing happened. Yeah. The thing I thought is I love stories like this just really reading like a novel. I always thinking like like an airport novel, you know you something you read kind of mysteries, but dig these. But I know also watch just makes me go like, man, I really wanna read this book even though the book might not be all that he was able to take it and make something that's why wonder how serious the book is and how how much was written for this movie because I don't know if the if the book has comedic tones like this, right? But because it could not. I mean, that's the thing because the mystery itself, you took the the comedy completely out of it, the mystery. It's a solid mystery is it's not anything big, but it's enough to where you can add the comedy to it and it's got a good structured. Yeah, yeah, I, I enjoyed it. I think like I said, I think puffing. Temptation, throw comedy in certain areas that you know brand for some of his broad comedic films slightly getting away of this, but not not a whole lot. Now the moments where you can just tell okay, that doesn't fit like sometimes that stuff with the sometimes stuck with other parents at at at the at the school. Okay, you can. I show you what the difference is. What keeps us from being like his other movies was, was you don't like is that those movies are driven by comedians, and this is driven by actress who know comedy, but they're mostly just actors and the parts that you don't like those comedians. Right. So you get comedians there in a lot of life. Probably some some let you add live in. Oh, I got some for this there with those those parts, Tom, but they don't feel that the movie there parts where you had these comedians like the gay guy from girls got that actor's name, but these faces that you've seen before and they, it's almost like they're shot in like just like the is been shot and done already..
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"asta" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Austin's news ASTA police released the identity of the man who caused a bomb scare for you. To be stuck on I thirty five. For several hours yesterday thirty nine year, old Rodriguez porous faces DWI, charges in yesterday's crashing suspicious package that prompted. Police to shut down I thirty five in both. Directions near William cannon, after porous told police there was a bomb in. His car bombs go I've checked it out and found no explosive device imports as car expect delays tonight on I thirty five at, William cannon text resumes the demolition. Of the overpass bridge you'll be diverted, onto the service road both directions starting at ten tonight. Through nine AM tomorrow and again tomorrow from eleven PM to ten AM the William Kennon overpass will be closed to traffic and diverted to slaughter and Statsny man is dead. After trying to cross I thirty five on bought this, morning near six street but Austin police officer beano can Dina says they don't have any way of knowing yet who the man AB Yeah he had no idea on him so there's no way He says the only thing, they do, know is that he's a man in his twenties eighteen Wheeler hit him as, he tried to cross and then a second. Car also hit but neither driver will be facing any charges. The southbound lanes were shut down, for most of the morning rush-hour during Williamson county budget talks Jeff Roberts Cody says he. Was surprised to learn the budget office recommended no new deputies I department. Jodi says the Commissioner's court does typically go with the budget office's recommendations is certainly, a concern when. I see that on the law enforcement side we're getting zero when. Our response time is twenty four minutes on a priority call the sheriff says office as a clear issue with critically low. Levels of staff and hopes the commissioners will, help address it Jay's radar weather watch mostly, sunny this, afternoon high one hundred two among lit sky tonight. Low seventy partly sunny and hot tomorrow and Sunday. With highs. Not far. From one hundred from the weather. Center I'm meteorologist, Carrie Schwenn did hammer ninety five in Kyle I'm John colleague. Get, Austin news on demand at NewsRadio. Kale DJ dot com If you have a home security.
"asta" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
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"asta" Discussed on ESPN FC
"The former dormant scout was brought in to identify talent everyone else's overlooked and really look at the signing so far with the exception of mother upon these who's another greek defend about a little bit too young to start just yet he's brought him three foam adulthood players three two of them still a dope and when he bought them tire on the foot one so yeah little bit underwhelming think from an awesome perspective countdown i'd be back backhanded reps any could come in and be one of the greatest defend is pro founds will love him too about a history of both kick you and but he's a warrior that's actually long as you know the bowl you're okay you're okay this asta also defenders is a step in the right direction half a step in the right direction apparently it takes the books i can't say any more than that i'm not rafts dawson you're gonna say he's lessening we're no last name is impo patato poodles little stuff moving i thought i let's just letters return to it out so you'll screens tomorrow is we'll continue to show reflecting on right now that when bail soggy we'll be here time to read it and it's reading you're ready the owns lay it liquor losing all the music vase we get right up nine portugal to pulled porto to visit could have been so much better for liverpool but yeah where muncie night there that don't here.
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"All right thanks odeal will check back with you about five minutes or so survivors of the school shooting in parkland florida expressing outrage and heartbreak after the latest school shooting in texas tire ahiman says she knows how they feel feeling because at that moment me crying i was just like crying for my friend i'm was same thing happening all over again will shooting at stoneman douglas high school took place on february fourteenth governor snyder joining president trump's call to lower michigan and us flags to half staff through sunset on tuesday in honor of the victims of the santa fe high school shooting in texas michigan residents businesses schools local governments and other organizations are encouraged to display the flag at half staff a suspect fatally shot by lavonia police on friday police say he had posted messages on social media indicating that he had planned to harm himself he then led police on a chase that ended in a residential neighborhood where that shooting occurred michigan state police now investigating lieutenant mike shaw says they'll be looking at all available evidence of what happened contacted wall so be looking into video a lot of houses had video i attached to their homes now we'll be fucking that doing some canvassing over the weekend and also looking at any dash cam any body camera or any other video that maybe from the scene police say the suspect was armed when the shooting occurred his identity has not been made public w w j news time four thirty four hundred seven people were killed in the crash of the cuban jetliner just after takeoff from havana yesterday there were one hundred ten people on board witnesses have begun to upload videos of the moment of impact when the seven three seven nine a plunged into a field outside havana's jose marti airport on one video a fireball can be seen behind some palm trees forward by huge plume of black smoke it soon became clear it was cuba's worst add his asta since the nine thousand nine hundred eighty s nuku people rushed to lend any help they could in the.
"asta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And am 820 npr news than the new york conversation group from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the us embassy in zimbabwe's capital is advising americans to shelter in place amid an apparent coup something the army denies is what's going on npr's of february quiz start and says soldiers are patrolling the streets of harari with the country's president robert mugabe and his wife in military custody all after soldiers reported he took over zimbabwe's national broke asta amman in military fatigues announced on television that president robert mugabe and his family was safe and the security guaranteed reading a statement he said the situation in zimbabwe would return to normal once the militry targeted the criminals around the president who will causing social and economic suffering mugabe has ruled zimbabwe since nineteen eighty he's ninety three in tampa florida investigators say they believe leave the shooting death of a fourth person in little more than a month in the same neighborhood was likely carried out by a serial killer authorities have been trying to identify a suspect for weeks interim police chief brian dugan says the shooting victim a 60yearold man was crossing a street at the time is talking on has found his brother he hang up the hangs up the phone with his brother a moments later he's murderer in the middle of the street that's the reality that we're dealing with right now dugan says the person responsible for the shooting may live in that same neighborhood i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the manhattan district attorney sivan's is defending his decision not to prosecute donald trump junior and ivanka trump and harvey weinstein but he told wnyc's brian lehrer us he he's being how his office handles prosecutions i am working to improve both the fairness and the perception of fairness in our office and to.
"asta" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain
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"asta" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"One the shifa ct astros want dodgers traffic up a whole broad by george asta barge leads off the bottom of the third for the dodgers it takes a fastball right down the middle for strike rupp justin verlinde whose now eight four eight eight starting dodgers were the first pitch dry and a first pitch fastball eight for eight also after bartsch it'll be retrial of at the top of the order chris taylor what basit so far for the dodgers that's it as a fastball is fouled off the basque brian mccann and berliners have run owing two you get the feeling it if you played with against a lot of number ones lottery shoes but just verleger seems to relish the significance of the situation or to just about anybody else would you watch the pressure he wants everybody to jump on his back he's got broad shoulders he knows what's expected up up near did i the o'chee would have fastball is high at of its one hundred one hundred twenty one hundred thirty i don't i don't think he really cares i think it's going to be a real battle for aj hitch to get him out of this game at any point if the stuff is good what a true the cow it of a throwback not many like habitable the to barnes at a slider fouled off to the right you know we see when madurese reasoning rubin none of stop at around behind the mounties his gun then we'll go on his face there aren't that many of those guys give a gave anymore what a true bart's who is three for sixteen 188 average so far the world series right had hitting catcher berliner has aside he deals at a fast welsh water hid right out too well tubay ghost duty to make a play at all the first walk out so now it'll be richhill rudy is a lefthanded batter five for forty five during the regular season of want to lebanon coverage average you'll always the gentleman will pick up the bad that march that discarded here the plight had headed off to the bat boy who will jocket backed the dodgers third base dugout greg but it all the grassroot third outfielder shallow it away weighty a route or the opposite field the.
"asta" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"Gosh everything is average things your way i'm getting congratulated and for me i'm such a contrarian my first instinct is not while i'm so smart and with that i know usually him thinking this is going to end badly and of course we all know what's happened sense some so i think you longwinded uh who way of providing the context right and that's it wrong episode of invention of our joining and before we leave you usually he should have archery tangling with incited by with anything you've heard haavisto should know structure as trading volumes of these rare and unique for lemerre opinions and triggered his hand the fundamental they had ice down at nicole's i would like just stops level as a train were scrambling about hedging next week we will that he want to get rid of fish i understand took it around segment what was happening special commemorative ken asta was having looking back i at the t ninety seven crash acclaimed as physical atlanta he is ago out of a highly leveraged hall to the us where the highlight leonard taper system sets in the might home if you have an interesting question about this week's show them round leftwing service that he male runaway voice and while cells courses he'll vision if you join with wrong her release there was autism chelsea manning vesicles incredibly important that you leave this in began breaking that market and i didn't understand that and i got that incredibly important raw data selected interviews research publications f episodes follows on twitter and that's it that we think is going to them said direction keep up today with link you can do much research publications antiflood podcast episode chile's follow him on twitter at real vision except and he will also the finals scour facebook land link that i researching deal hill vision was still right completely twitter shoot the mood take att my g h and drum roll because it wasn't the reason i thought it was gonna be right.
"asta" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The nber 6'8 he is and always will be three small back there a cumulus station they've let me john miller jerod jan here from at t park where the giants and a dime of extra playing game one of this threegame series three two two arizona leads is the bottom of the seven robbery ray throws in asta slater takes of all inside it's one of those later has struck out twice against robbie rate this part of the batting order has really struggled against rowdy ray six seven aviators old for six with five strikeouts slater take a call to strike on one that rave slider has just been nasty at heathrow rose it to right eased a lefties get the toughest fastball to hit of anybody in the big leagues by opponent batting average and he's got some secondary stuff too on one slider hit fouls later just got a piece of it one ball to strikes account three two two diamondbacks one run of the first for the giants one in a second for arizona tied wonder wanted tell the bottom of the six that's when the giants went ahead on pence infield hit any error by ray himself but in the top of his severed in a two runs across for the dbacks the pitch slater it's a foul awful right out play snowballing strikes ooh.
"asta" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"And this has been legally recognised not not just culturally accepted but actually legally recognised absolutely it's not one of those moment bob per kind of decrees though which you say that you know somebody in the village has granted it and hence it should be accepted this is a legally recognised form of to lock and in fact currently have two clients were muslims who unfortunately have been the victims of this you know one of them uh sees pretty close to win i stay is so which is a of fairly open locality what happened is that she's an educated girl and she goes in to use the gymnasium in the morning she comes back when she came back all her husband asta was did you check your your messages and she says no one he says i've sent you a decks divorcing u n her first thought was that she told me mom my first thought was maybe he's joking and then asked him where are the children he said i've already send them to your drug patents place so all you need to move out you know now what goals through a woman's mind at that point of time is basically a lot of what do i do now and i am to to be helpless because this form of divorce was legally valid in india it's almost mindboggling that this would be going on in india and in 2017 absolutely you know and by i'm i'm really glad that it is being abolished or banned whatever terminology you'd like to use because uh about twenty other countries have already banned the triple lock larkin.
"asta" Discussed on Channel 955
"I don't get though that i saw yesterday that the his attitude presence conversations with though couple world leaders the mexican president and the australia president ali released whose releasing these to his asta in his own staff is a leaking them the majority leader denied white tell his own stat like why does he not keep his own stab away from doing minutes controlled there's no there's no loyalty from his staff and there's no loyalty from him to his staff announced like one of the big controversies why this not hymns getting done then i elias rubber him i wouldn't wouldn't be talking on a on a lineup in the united kingdom base that they he's constantly garage ing his own staff on you know like you know like a look what he's doing jeff sessions on twitter like this is his own chief's whether you like him or not that is to me wrong those leaks are somebody is leaking well the president talking to another world leader those leaks are bad they're bad no matter who who it is you'd you one other countries to feel like they can trust talking to the present nine stay right you know you shouldn't you shouldn't have to worry about whether that's going to get out but it's sad because someone in his own staff leaked it to show he's been lying to us i mean you've said you know he was telling the press mexico don't worry about i'm not going to build a wall i'm just trying to rao people up in all that like all these things that came out of those conversations are scary the move sh the moshe military promotes showed up a week ago by the way you see that as of yesterday the moute still hasn't met his newborn child no in orderly weeks yeah all of that so set that is makes me angry at this point she's uh and lastly i don't really know how to tell you this story it's about a dukes of hazzard star name towel my god i used to watch dukes hazard although he had this is the guy who played luke duke in the original the gasic tv some back he was he was a darkhaired one he wasn't the blind one right so he was arrested for indecent assault and battery in massachusetts this week so even if you don't know who the.
"asta" Discussed on WEEI
"This this guy will it be distraction puts to me that secondary the first problem is that he is not totally committed to the job and you quarterback has to be there's no team that once this guy as their back this distraction when in fact you hope it doesn't play in all eu hopefully ships there's insurance he'll eventually get a job i think i'll get a chance because someone will wanted to start noone wants them as you backup i mean everyone talks about whoever asta davis to these other ryan mallett and is need better than them those guys yes he might be but they don't want a guy like this as a backup exist not worth the trouble i i was going to get to that someone should sign of mrs start if you're the jets i had to look at their depthcharge you know the starting quarterback s josh mccown might come on you wouldn't rat you wouldn't take a chance on capper nick in blue new york have a shot you know it's avatar it is starting qb but again i haven't heard from him clearly all these espn people would love to sit down and talk to him love to do a sunday conversation and love to here do you really do love football do you want to play football or in these other things more important to you the would you agree that most coach all coaches in every level football has to be the most important thing to to to a guy for them the want him on their team yep is it important to him anymore i'm going to guess not really i'd like to make some money he'd like to have the platform again but the most important thing is aiding comps that's is these mornings with kirk in.
"asta" Discussed on Ear Hustle
"If it wasn't for the hunger strike asta we sin and she right now there were a couple of different hunger strikes but the last one was in the summer of 2013 the men in a shoe in pelican bay organized to protest the harsh conditions of life assad to shoot it is estimated that ten thousand california prisoners joined the strike as well as family members and politicians one thing about the hungerstrikers there after about six days of not eating beacon taste was on the inside of your system that you never tasted in your mouth before that was a weird sensation that had me wondering that's the only thing obama survive one is what juices or liquids as in must dummy that i'm taste in my mouth mas since smeal increased because day would bring food into the pa in you can smell it coming down quarter for me it is empowered me not deceptive a lot of the food they serve pelican bay is junk no flavor small portions don't taste right on the fourth of july were on hunger strike and they bring in a good meal doubled up ice cream milk and they're talking about our who was extra trays got extra trays here get one eight today that is hamburgers hotdogs yields so that china sweeten the pot a lot of us lived on one couple of war each day in a boom in one eight ounce cup of water some more inmates to make sixty days.