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UFC featherweight champ defends title in split decision
"I Will Fight Island was officially christened tonight for the UFC in Abu. Dhabi there was no baptism to be had in the main event of UFC two fifty one. What's going on everybody? Welcome to the official. You have to fifty one post fight. Show here on, May, finding dot com I'm Mike Heck location this week from Boston Massachusetts visiting the parents this weekend. That is Jose Jose. Main Event Kamara, who's been retains a welterweight title against Whore Mazal. Challenger looked pretty darn good in that first round. I'm pretty surprised that judges gave in that first round, but it was the much fresher champion that was able to sort of chip away at the always game, or hey mazda throughout the fire Ab. Fresher champion but Komo. Zeman was basically been in camps since beginning of this year, despite was like Ben Booked and booked in both supposed to fight earlier this by giving burns, and also muzzle steps in, so yes, he's finally fresher because he he's had the full camp and everything but I think Kamara wasn't one hundred percent in that fight, either considering this long extended, Feick at Ala, similar to twenty Ferguson with all these these these fights falling apart, but Kamara who's been one nonetheless, might not have been the most exciting fight. I saw a couple of tweets complaining about the fight and I really take that. I felt it was a lot of fans that were on this very muzzle hype train. He's on the video game cover on this baptism round the resurrection Super Necessary Punches bef tile, and that they were expecting violence, even mice I myself said fight between WHO's minimize well probably has a higher chance of ending in a violent way, but it did not come out who's been one I had them winning all five rounds the first round I guess. Didn't really matter to me. Who won that? I still come who's been what at least four of the rounds comfortably? The people complain about. The foot stopped the wrestling the headbutts. That stuff will come out. Who's been did what he had to do to win. That's exactly why I thought he would. Take, her might as well because all the time Mazal taking this fight on short notice. Kamara also took this fire. On short notice gets an extra a completely different fighter between Gilbert Burns as well. It's completely rechange leftist camp Had his new trevor wittman is corn for the first time fighting the guy all this bad blood is in the air all the pressures on him, and perform a like we ourselves, said all the pressures on who's Madonna not not a whole lot on Mazal, but at the end of the day. Who's been doing what he had to do? I didn't have a problem with the way fought. Might not have been the most exciting, but if I was going to pick up, predict away whose men would pull this off. This is exactly how I thought he would do it. Yeah, when you get a fight like this and you have a guy as hot as MAS. Bat brings in a lot of the casual fan base. Does your watch? As many events as we watch, and some of the hardcore fans watch everything so most people expected this fight to go exactly that way I thought the first row was going to be the most interesting round, obviously, because of Mazda was going to get it done. He's probably going to have to do it in the first five minutes, and this is the fire. We got like Mara. Who's been defends his title. For the second time. It was another classic who's been like performance and he gets a one-sided win and highly anticipated main event so in the end. We like to talk about the overall letter grade, but it felt like just kind of looking at the time slot when we're all said and done. We're getting ready to hit record here. We're just like man this is this is super late like I feel like the card and the whole night in a weird way. Wet Kinda slow did it not. started off really really quickly. Might just. Like I feel like the first few flew by and all of a sudden I had been watching fights for two and a half three hours and I'm like wow, this fight is cars going quickly I like this pace, and then we the main card and Amanda he boss comes in, and just submits patriots immediately i. wish went exactly as I expected, but then there was decision with Rosen on drugs, and then even Yawn Aldo finish, but it was in the fifth round, so there's still basically fought for twenty five minutes, and then we get twenty five minutes, Vulcanology Holloway and then we get twenty five minutes of in Mazda, also of these we've seen. We saw that graphic on the screen like. All the cards are three title fights, and like we used to fourteen had like Woodley Maya in Jones, a cormet and Cyborg Abinger, and then to seventeen to five those had some bangers like like two to seventeen had three epic fights three like violent, like just three of the craziest finishes you'll see. And then, of course to a five, the CONOR McGregor show, and then to seventeen had the DC Jones trilogy, so I think we're a little maybe. We'll. We'll spoiled on these three. These three title fight cars while we're expecting something like that and I loved all all great fights off spectacular fights, but I think a lot of fans are tuning in to see fight island. In the Mazar strain, all these title-fights might have been. A limited. I could see why they might have been little disappointed. I didn't have a problem with it, but probably was the night Dana White wanted in terms of finishes. Yeah, the main event may have disappointed some people but for. The Sake, this is like the best thing that could have happened for the welterweight division like if you're burns. Edwards these guys are pretty happy right now. Especially Gilbert Burns. One hundred percent I mean we. We set it on count after it was on what the heck or or post eyesore produce. All kind of blend together at this point in the summer, but we. We said if Moslem Dole wins. That's going to be a problem for the US's pockets the welterweight division I mean. We were talking about him fighting the bringing the both belts so that the Conor McGregor. The table and all this. Kamara who's been one and it's? It's a no brainer that Gobert burn gets three matches. Suppose he should've been fighting tonight. before covid nineteen October, nineteen. That's applaud the car, so yeah, for all the way division, and the the the martial art fans of the world that don't like quote unquote. Holding divisions I think that's a good thing, but I. Honestly I love chaos at Moscow had one I. Think I, think it would have been fun time in the world of May. And Mazda all. Let's be clear. We all know this. He was the a side heading into this fight. He's the reason. There was a lot of buzz and a lot of fanfare when you had a guy like game bread in the street that he's on. That's what happens, but a lot of people wanNA know where he goes from here. Because despite losing the fight tonight, he still has a ton of options moving forward. Chaos can still rain in some way Jose. Can you say that again? You cut off quick second. Chaos can rain. For horny Mas at all got about it because he's got so many options moving forward despite the loss tonight. Yeah, I mean Hoy Mazdas. All I'm Kamara. WHO's been himself set like he's GonNa. He's like. He's like he's GonNa. Lose all these like excuses. Bill didn't talk the finance days notice flu costs. The country doesn't have was coach in the gym, covert nineteen this and that so like I. Don't think I of course I think Mazda obviously cooled anytime. You lose. You cool a little bit Conor McGregor and Nadir's, and it's such an insane finish that they run it back, and you have another epic fight like that, but for Mazda all you're obviously going to a little bit but he himself said. Let me, get a couple of wins and they'll run back. I'm sure he want. He would love to five full camp but the Colby College. Is there I? Think that is going to drum up a whole lot of interest I. think people might even be more interested in that fight in the dynamic between those two fires, oarsmen and I think that Kobe Covington already Moslems? Fight does not need a title online. That's just two guys. They hate each other I wanNA break brick on each other's faces. WHO'S MCCANN? Fight Gillard. Leeann, Edwards of course out there, wonder boy thompsons, working his way up Santana, positive I think has covered to so he somewhere out there, so the welterweight division will move, but for now Mazda all. Of course cooled, but he's still I think still the hottest commodity hundred seventy pounds.
UFC 'Fight Island' revealed in Abu Dhabi, will host 4 shows
"One I mentioned that fight island. Is, real and it is official. UFC announced the location of the venue and forage. Lie shows on Tuesday including a very deep pay per view car that kicks everything off. Location is indeed Yes island in Abu Dhabi. So much for a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, homeless several. You have see events in the past. You've C. Two fifty. One is going to start the four event month. Fight night events on July Fifteenth Eighteenth and the twenty seventh. So you have C two fifty one. The main car we got Kamara loosen and Gilbert Burns for the welterweight title. alyx Volkogonov ski and Max Holloway to Peter Yawned. Josie Aldo for the vacant bantamweight title and Rose Now, Yunus, who was not fighting as a result of corona virus. She's back to face. Jessica and drudge and also page van Zandt who. I can't believe she's not injure right now. She will be facing, Amanda Rebus so. That's the lineup for the pay per view coming up from fight island first of four shows.
Edited by Andr Naffis-Sahely The Heart of a Stranger: An Anthology of Exile Literature
"I'm going to be talking about an extraordinary book. It's called the heart of a stranger. It's an anthology of exile good richer. And you know once upon a time that was an inevitable subject when we were talking about Joseph Conrad who wrote in English when his native language was Polish or about a -demia Nabokov when he was an exiled Russian aristocrat native language Russian road I in German and then in English but here we have an anthology. I think it's one of the most remarkable anthologies I've ever read it takes us from the ancient Greeks up to the present and shown us how much of the world has been living in exile. Odysseus returned to Greece at the end of the Trojan. More is the story of a man going from an island to island exile. Sometimes the exiles in this book are like the Britishers in Africa. They're exiled in Paradise. They are really. What is the expression you found for this Andre Parasites parasites in Paradise Andrei Nafis a? He is the editor of this book. The heart of a stranger. He gathers essays letters diaries poetry from every continent. How many authors are there in this book? Do you think there's one hundred contributors. We're reading not just homer and the Old Testament and the new testament but all the way to Palestinian poetry. This editor is born of an Iranian father and Italian mother he was born in Abu Dhabi and he brings the travels around the world. He's Taunt in England. He's currently teaching classes both oxydental college and Ucla. Now I'm telling you my listeners. This is the book to read if you want to know what is happening in the literary. World Today. Who are the people were talking to us? Who were their predecessors people like Emma Goldman? How did the idea for the San Thaung G Begin Andrei? Well I thank you for having me on the program. It's really quite quite a privilege to be able to talk to you about this. You know the the first question I usually get asked a dealing with. This book is is why now and I think. A lot of people pointed to the fact that this seems to be a particularly good moment to talk about exile. Although of course there's never been a bad moment to talk about exile others sixty five million displaced people that we know of this year two major wars and of course right now. I'm living in Los Angeles which is a home of exiles. We tend to think of the the homeless here in Los Angeles is coming from somewhere else attracted by the Clement California weather but of course a lot of them are Californians. So there's that they mentioned of the book. The other one is personal while it took me roughly around three years to put the book together after I signed the contract. Publishers in reality of really being preparing for it my entire life my father as you mentioned. Israelian he was exiled from Iran in nineteen seventy nine for belonging to a French Communist group. He was forced the Liberals leave the country my grandfathers on both sides where economic `exiles of one kind or another and so. I think there was the intense personal history on the one hand and on the other the need to create a very modest platform for some of the writers that I think need wider exposure. Let's pretend that I have not seen the San Thaung achieve before. What is the literature of exile? I know it has many definitions and that's one of its definitions that it can't be defined of but what is it well. I think it's it's safe to say that. Especially these days. We tend to think of as a by product of civilization so we are continually exposed to headlines The talks about political exiles exhaustive war tax exile governments in exile. But I think it's quite clear to me. That exile is actually engine of civilization. So take the founding myth of the Israelites with an exodus. The reason promised land. The American republic was founded by themselves the European Union likewise the Europe the Italian renaissance fueled by Byzantine exile so the literature of exile. Is I see. It really is a record of the civilizational process because again without exile you cannot have civilization the very first story actually in the book is a a retelling of an ancient Egyptian myth by the fantastic novelist. Keep Foos who one of my favorite authors Name of win win a Nobel Prize. He did thus to date. He is the only middle-eastern Nobel laureate
The Latest: France adopts bill to help fight COVID-19 better
"Dubai carrier Emirates has reversed a previous announcement suspending all passenger flights saying it's going to continue flying to thirteen destinations including the U. S. the UK Japan Australia and Canada the company had just hours earlier announced the suspension of all passenger flights the study reverse that decision after receiving requests from governments and customers to support the repatriation of travelers the United Arab Emirates which is home to Dubai and Abu Dhabi has closed its borders to travelers with exceptions for those transiting through overturning Emirati citizens I'm sorry I shockingly
Coronavirus: List Of Canceled Or Postponed Hollywood & Media Events
"The outbreak of the corona virus. More than twenty thousand music events between January and March have been cancelled or postponed in China and Hong Kong costing two billion in ticketing and box office losses. According to the China Association Performing Arts with the disease reaching more than forty countries billboard has compiled an ongoing list of major concerts and events that have been postponed or cancelled due to the outbreak. Now they do have a list that includes January and February but since we're in March I'm just in March so march. I set it off called off dates in Asia on Sunday. Due to unforeseen circumstances and for everyone's safety the ban also cancelled their opening slots for Jimmy eat world on March twelve and thirteenth in Manila and Singapore March. Second Wolf parade cancel European and UK dates for the tour supporting their latest album. Thin mind the first show was scheduled for March second. In the Netherlands March second Luchino coil cancelled their tour of Asia and Australia are home region of Lombardia. Italy is in the midst of a con. A Corona virus break. Everyone's health and safety must come first and this includes our fans March Third Malamah postpones his upcoming concert in line amid outbreak. Italy march third ultra Abu Dhabi. The Middle Eastern edition of the Miami Bass Festival is cancelled. It will set to happen in March fifth or six March third where I carry. His postponed postponed her Honolulu date until November. I was so excited to come back to Hawaii on my anniversary month. But evolving international travel restrictions forced us to consider everyone's safety and will being march third where to singer. Young blood called off a tourist later to kick off in South Korea as well as shows in Japan Hong Kong the Philippines and Singapore. At first I was going to say. Fuck it and calm but we have been advised again too seriously. Not March third. Ultra music festival flagship. Miami Festival scheduled for March Twentieth through the twenty second is called off. According to the city officials slipknot postponed a planned Asia tour slated to kick off a march twentieth with a two night. Not fess were fellow. Hard rockers. Whitesnake sons of Apollo. And Michael. Sh- NECKER FEST OFF cancelled dates March fourth as a result of apple pulling out of this year south by southwest festival along with twitter. Amazon. Tick Tock facebook and other major companies Spike Jones. Bbc's story documentary is not slated to premiere at the event. Nine inch nails has also dropped out of the film. Portion of the annual film are at the Annual Festival Dinesh Nell says. We're sorry we won't be giving our watchman keynote at South by southwest share because we had some surprises in store however it was the right decision March fifth Louis Thomasson tweeted to fans at the president of the Council of ministries had decreed that his march eleventh show at the fabric in Milan had been called off March Fifth Queen and Adam Lambert notified fans that the group's plan may twenty six show at the Acor hotels arena in Paris has been postponed following a government decree and France to cancel all indoor events over five thousand capacity's capacity in France until the thirty first of May in an effort to contain the spread of Corona virus. The Band said they are working with promoter to reschedule the date and will announce a new one soon march fifth organizers of Tomorrowland winter and France and stars that they have canceled the twenty twenty winter edition of the Electronic Dance Music Festival and Tomorrowland winter. 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Miami’s Ultra Music Festival Canceled Due to Coronavirus
"Miami's ultra music festival is cancelled due to concerns over the corona virus I'm commissioner my notorious confirming that the three day electronic music festival is not happening March twentieth through the twenty second this being the first time the festival's twenty one years and it's not taking place in Miami on Tuesday ultra canceled its Abu Dhabi festival set to take place today and tomorrow and ultra may not be the only event affected by corona virus I'm the city officials are meeting today to discuss postponing all chill the event is set for the
Miami’s Ultra Music Festival canceled over coronavirus fears
"Miami's ultra music festival is cancelled due to concerns over the corona virus because from an old okay as confirming that the three day electronic music festival will not take place March twentieth through the twenty second this being the first time in the festival's twenty one years that won't happen in Miami on Tuesday alter canceled its Abu Dhabi festival that was set to take place today and Friday and Ultron may not be the only event impacted by co head nineteen Miami commissioner monitor pay is also adding that city officials will be meeting today to discuss postponing ko chill the event set for the fifteenth of this month
How Man City Became Banned City
"It's so big. And it's so impressive in in the fact that we're talking about and the fact that you know news stations across the world. If I lied artem you know from Friday night on woods is because I think the size of of city or the clubs are being banned from the Champions League before and Galatasary Turkish slogan AC. Milan Daping Bam this while Icy Milan. This season banned from the Euroleague. I think it's probably the fact that it's Manchester City. And also the factor the other two mentioned we kinda bound for fallen foul of the rules and spending a bit too much but this one. This is more about the seat. This is a club with a long history since eighteen hundred ninety four. This club has been at the very core of a city. That's proud a city. This allowed a city. That's always stood out from the crowd. A club foot all of Manchester. But it hasn't historically been one of the top clubs in England. You know the the sort of long been seen as the second team in Manchester. Yes the modern era. The modern era in English. Football is the Premier League and Manchester United Hopping Kings. Becker again. Nobody will dramatically traveling ninety nine hundred nine. They won the double in two thousand and eight for a lot of years. Manchester City weren't in the premier league. And even when they were they. Were very much an also ran Kanda team. So you know that goes to show the fortunes but really everything changed in two thousand eight when he was purchased by new owner. Toss a little bit about. She commenced or After the show up in Minnesota a chain is a member of the Abu Dhabi royal family. He's the Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates. And he's the half brother of the current president of the United Arab Emirates. He sits on all kinds of borden bodies including the Emirates Investment Authority on the Supreme Petroleum. Council it sounds some Laaksonen over an Bolom say these worries love me collected. He owns the Abu Dhabi united. Which in two thousand and eight bought Manchester City and his mouth sprawled into not just Manchester City but New York City Melbourne city stakes in and China in. Uruguay gives you a bit of an idea of this guy and I suppose the the influence that he he's not regional and now beyond
UEFA bans Manchester City for two seasons from Champions League
"Sean big soccer news across the big bond Manchester city the reigning English league champions have been banned for two seasons for what are being called serious breaches of financial regulations the union of European football has also find the club thirty three million dollars financial fair play rules limit the amount of money that owners can spend on players wages but it was discovered that Manchester city's owner chic months or of the Abu Dhabi ruling family was funding the club to a third party his country's airline at a
If cities don't develop sustainably, neither will the world
"The challenges facing cities in an age of climate change and technological innovation will be highlight his ads. The World Old Oven Forum held an Abu Dhabi between the eighth and thirteenth February before he left for the UN's annual conference on the urban environments. How young shoe director of the UN Development Programs Department of Policy and Program Support Sandstone with Matt Wells from a news? Mr Xu revealed that there's a growing mm trend of city leaders looking to the UN to help solve an increasingly complex set of problems. What were seen though? Is that cities and the governments are are coming to us. Increasingly was more and more complex asks for Hudd Hudd. Hudd you help. We work together. Put design a city strategy. To view is the impact of climate change. But that's a question needs to be answered from many different angles from infrastructure from covenants from investment and the from several delivery from many many different aspects so these are news new phenomena. We see can give me some examples of the kind of things that you would like. Politicians wins and others who leads cities to be doing more of are there. Are there common things every city can do. I think they're definitely a lot of issues. Turn ktar incoming in developing country citizen and what we would like to advocate for example is really a UH for local governments for municipal governments together with the national governments to think strategically sink long-term sink in a user new new tools that we can deploy to think strategically but in ACTA practically and acting quickly and a a our program interventions typically slew of support to local governance localization of the SDG's to so bring international goes to city level right. We work with a lot of cities are energy transition to increase the Chevron energy to improve the energy efficiency the buildings and the fog's will work with us to focus on local economic opportunities so that they can be part of this. You know develop in the process process if you're going to sort of offer tailored solutions to specific cities are there. Is that one particular kind of category of city lights that that needs the most help the similar that even counts kinds of cities some mega citizens cities with a percent a one million population the boy the hundreds of them under growing very fast but the majority of cities secondary and tertiary city. That has more with less resources and financial resources and the technical resources human under sources. And so what we're trying to do is really to work together because the we cannot pretend we know or the solutions for the problem cities face. That's right but the we have experienced you know from different countries that can source right so we can use network for the smaller cities a medium level cities to learn from each other and there are a lot of networks of cities seems word That exist a mayor city officials and so forth. So what can in a you make use of this networks to impart -nology so that Successful solutions in one place can be replicated elsewhere so we can do a lot support. The discount -nology no replication. Can you give me any kind of concrete examples of cities where you all already lending a hand so we have examples in Freetown Sergio and the Tannin in Vietnam for example. These are relatively sizeable cities. Both of them serious problems with solid. Waste Management Right in Donovan none for example The landfill is for twenty years ahead of the plan. Right so but This is not simple just to a waste issue. It has to do with as the economy right who is consumption assumption persons who is the how you know We plant a our economy not too so that the most circle circular for example right and it has to do with a lot of consequences over these health issues for example right and as The differently in a transportation system design insist that help reduce consumption of energy and so the complex and also the impact of climate also has is the problem with the issues. That city's Latino fiercely along coastal areas is impact of climate change right by twenty thirty. Some estimates say that eight million people hundred million people who live in coastal cities would be impacted by flooding and because sea level rise. Komo huge amount of people right. So so what we're trying to work with governments is Louie. We work together to To think through these questions okay then come come up with a systematic approach with short-term measures that we can take right and So many things that were doing for example with some secondary cities we're working on a municipal financing to help comes to raise funds right to invest in a sustainable infrastructure so that we build the so-called a sustainable inclusive and the resilient citizens. So that's what we're trying to do
Climate Change: A Partisan Issue?
"On today show on joined by Ryan and Williams and Rebecca Liba Ryan Williams is executive vice president targeted victory involves Mitt. Romney's two thousand twelve campaign spokesman. He joins us from Cape Cod road. And Rebecca Liba is a climate politics and science reporter for Mother Jones. She joins us from Washington. DC Ryan want to start by framing framing climate change as a policy position within the context of the current presidential election. And obviously I think it's fair to say that this like everything else. In American politics politics are everything else in American life is going to be seen as a partisan issue doesn't strike you that there is a serious policy difference between Democrats it's and Republicans or is this just a case of the Republican seeing the Democrats saw for this therefore we must be against it. I think there's a significant policy difference. Prince obviously president trump has mocked the green new deal which is the cornerstone of the Democrats Climate Change Agenda. It was put out by some of the more liberal politicians in the party party but it's become essentially a mainstream position amongst Democratic primary voters to support this and I think you're gonNA see every Democratic presidential candidate to some degree have to support report this or else risk alienating liberal voters who make up a significant portion of their primary electorate with Republicans trump is marcus repeatedly. He's mocked the concept of climate change. And I don't think his position is essentially where a number of Republicans are I think. Republicans are beginning to move a bit on acknowledging knowledge in the climate. Change is real for many years. Most Republicans running had said. The science is disputed. I think we're getting beyond that. Debate to some extent with mainstream Republicans publican's trump not being one of them. And I think now the question is how to solve it. The Democrats are taking it pretty dramatic and far left approach with the green new deal. I think some some Republicans you're GONNA see propose more moderate solutions. You've seen Lamar. Alexander Retiring Senator from Tennessee. Come out with a plan recently. That relies on investments and technology nuclear nuclear power. So I think that's kind of an overview basically of of how the debate is shaping up now with the two parties Rebecca if that is the case that there is a gathering consensus consensus among as Ryan says mainstream Republicans that there's not much dispute about the science that climate change is a thing have the proponents of the green renew deal possibly made a mistake in the packaging because obviously there's a couple of screaming red flags that to a lot of even moderate Republican Publican. Voters agree that the Republican base doesn't necessarily reflect what the president is saying on climate change. Denial polls consistently show Oh that acceptance of climate change science and belief that it's getting worse is the majority of voters while the president's still regularly. He calls this something like a hoax. But I think what the green new deal conversation has really done. Here is broaden out. The conversation on climate change for so long talk about climate solutions was really relegated to an environmental policy into this niche topic in debate and you saw that reflected in in the primary debates in past election cycles where there was no climate change debate that even came up because it felt like this bottom tier issue for voters what the green new deal has done is brought in that out and connect climate change to other policies like economic justice distace like social injustice like healthcare and. I think it's too early to tell if this is a tactical mistake but I think you've seen the results. It's just a few months. How climate change has really soared in the Democratic Party and it's consistently now ranked as a top tier issue and God for the first time fifteen? Eighteen minutes of debate in the first two presidential debates. Royan is there a way that you can run and win on this even if you do need to win. Lean over conservative voters as Rebecca pointed out there. There has been a tendency certainly among some parts of the Democratic Party and the left elsewhere to tie climate a change into things like economic justice and social justice traditional I guess Social Democrat left wing positions. Is that a mistake. Dyke from the democratic. Party's point of view. Do you think would it make more sense for them to run on actually the economic benefits of attempting to reinvent environmental environmental policy. All of which it can be plausibly argued that there are many well. I agree with Rebecca that this new deal certainly has raised the issue of climate change to a degree that it has is not been in recent years. It's being discussed now both parties with democratic debates. And of course president trump tweets about it frequently. I don't know if social justice and other liberal concerns are the best way to build consensus amongst the broader swath of voters. It certainly something that they're going to have to discuss right now. The Democratic candidates because they're trying to win over Democratic or credit base voters to secure the nomination so it makes political sense to focus on those issues right now in a general election. I really do think the economy's the biggest issue and the main attack on the green deal. He'll anybody who signs on the green new deal is that this is a job killing economy. Busting Bill because of its price tag because of the restrictions that puts on businesses and free enterprise and I think Democrats if they signed onto the new deal which most I think will are GonNa have to counter that with an economic message so I think in general election. They need to beep prepared if they're gonNA support this to counter the narrative that this is GonNa kill jobs. They're going to have to deal with that when they get to the general election whoever the Democratic nominee is Rebecca. Do you think there is oh has been just a brutally if you like economic case for combating climate change that you can actually make prophets From renewable energies. And is it arguable. That the Democrats and broadly left wing parties elsewhere in the world have been a bit shy about making the argument. I can remember myself talking to people. Involved in Green Energy in Abu Dhabi in one of the reasons they were excited about it was not just because of the environmental benefits because they thought the United Arab Emirates wearing a fantastic position to make immense amounts of money from it for so long. Climate Change has been framed in the US Set lease as a conversation around the costs of action and what it would cost to transition the economy from fossil fuels to renewables. And I think what's changed. Actually for especially in the Democratic Party is talking about this more as an economic opportunity and not just framing this as what are the costs in. How do we pay for it? But what are the costs of inaction first of all which is a conversation that we don't often focus and I think press should definitely always work into stories about talking about paying for climate change but I also think the green new deal what what that has done is give Democrats vision for in economic opportunity here. An investment in things like infrastructure in jobs. And that does I think give voters and economic message. Here that isn't just about. We need to fight climate change because of the moral reasons but because there there are economic reasons that are affecting you in your lifetime that this kind of investment could help you right now and. That's that's the message that I think. Green new deal. Proponents are trying to make. This election is a good test for how well they will make that message. Roy and do you think there are actual political opportunities for Republicans and other conservatives in approaching climate change if for example a Republican not necessarily presidential nominee but any republican running running for office next year was to decide to make this thing and get out in front of it. Could they reach their anyway. They could take Republican voters with them. All would a plurality of that Republican base just think that candidate X. had completely lost their mind gone over the wall and might as well be working for the other team. No I think there is an opportunity especially for some blue state. Republican senators are up for reelection in two thousand sixteen. I'm thinking of People Cory Gardner senator from Colorado who faces the very challenging reelection campaign. Proposing a common sense. Bipartisan solution. To address climate change. I think could give political benefits to a Republican running blue-state sensible moderate and have the ability to bring in swing voters and potentially some Democrats as well into their coalition. I do think though to achieve that. We're going to have to put forward a plan. Somewhat in line with what Senator Alexander has talked about which is basically a plan that doesn't have government overreach doesn't have the government dictating how things are going to happen. Happen to combat climate change but rather sparking the investment and technology that would be required to address it and then relying on something that Democrats have to some degree of opposed over the years which is nuclear power. Nuclear Power does not produce carbon in the air. It's something that Republicans have supported for years. And it's something. I think that a Republican publican could use as part of a broader solution to the topic. That would not alienate conservative voters. Just as a final thought on this rebecca when Democratic candidates have talked talked about the green new deal and when they've talked about climate change in general they have made frequently an appeal to some sense of national unity. The idea that this needs to be a collective effort something that the entire nation needed to get behind do together. Does it strike you especially in these polarized type of partisan sometimes that that kind of national cohesion is still a viable option. The American people are far. Less polarized on the subject of climate change than the political elites are and there are a few areas where the political elites Congress had some areas of consensus. They're very small alike. Nuclear Power has found some bipartisan consensus carbon capture and certain technological investments. The major challenge in election in is bringing this kind of message to a popular base. And I think this is truly a climate change election. The first time that climate change is front and center her and it will be a huge test for the green new deal going forward. Rebecca Lieb and Ryan Williams. Thank you both very much for joining
Last 30 years have seen major progress in fight against corruption
"The UN is committed to fighting corruption a phenomenon that affects all countries in one way or another through the work of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime. The United Nations Convention Against Corruption is the only legally binding universal anti corruption instrument and a unique tool tool for developing a comprehensive response to what is a global problem. The vast majority of United Nations member states are parties to the convention ahead of a conference in Abu Dhabi to discuss issues relating to the convention. Joan Brenda Lino Director of the Division of Treaty Affairs for the UN Office on Drugs and Crime Spoke Selena Schneier from Your News and told her that he's encouraged by the way that thinking about corruption has evolved. I think we have to have a long term view of fighting corruption. And if you take that long term view you actually find that we've come quite a ways for example in the last thirty years thirty years ago. Oh when I was dealing with corruption issues around the world in my job I often we find people that would say well. Corruption is good in some forms because it helps move for example business forward or or this is our culture. This is the way we do things you can come in and change it from outside. There were no at at that time. Bribes were tax deductible. At that time there were no instruments. International instruments related to corruption. People often didn't WanNA talk about it. Member states during in During meetings now thirty years later it's a completely different environment. We bribes or not now tax deductible in fact people have committed around the world to to ensure they're not We have no one would dare say no member state. No more dare say that corruption is good in any form and anytime everybody recognizes the need need to deal with it and the need to deal with it together as a group around the world And and we've made some strides in and how to deal with corruption so we found different types of methods in ways that we think can be useful both preventive and also allow enforcement area and international cooperation and asset recovery recovery of dealing with corruption. We've actually made quite great strides and I think some sometimes you hear a lot about corruption but part of that of hearing so much about it is that eh because it's becoming more public people talking about it more so it seems like there's more out there but it's probably just because I think it's being exposed more And I thank the convention the UN conventions corruption is quite played quite a role in this development and in getting people to really Focus on corruption and collectively say that we have to deal with this issue globally. Can you save your words about this. Initiative which concerns the countries participating in the Silk Road wrote project around the world. There are lots of anti corruption. Initiatives groups of member states individual member states are pursuing and of course China. Ah has been a country that has been very active around the world with their so quote initiative and I think in the context of the Silk Road Initiative they're looking for for an anti-corruption aspect to it. And I for us you know it fits in with what we're doing. Generally early with countries to help them on a regional basis on a on a country to country basis on a global basis to to. How do we bring them together to to increase the flow of information and in the international cooperation needed to deal with corruption which is often Particularly with money moves from one country and other I it's transnational is national crime international issue that needs to be you need multiple countries addressing it so China has been very active. Ah also seeking to use this four and other For where people come together to talk about corruption and improve their their methods. You you know to to ensure that that that we that they also Get the benefits of these efforts in there so initiative and so they have you know for example. They've asked us to to to to help. Work with with countries that are involved in the Silk Roads. The so-called Work and try to bring them together at the network better to shoot devout to be able to to work together internationally And share information better so so we as we would with any countries in any initiatives that can help better the cooperation corruption generally. We're more than happy to help any good examples. Examples of successfully fighting corruption. Well there are always examples of people making progress in that regard and and I. I don't want to talk about specific countries but let's say for example. I'll give you an example. We have a review mechanism organism the UN Convention Against Corruption has as as a process where member states peer review each other. And they see how they're doing how they're anti-corruption regimes James how they can be made better And it looks very comprehensively things such as are they regulating properly. Do they have the codes of conduct do they. Do they have the right. Auditing thanks skills. Do they have the right law enforcement abilities and capabilities do they. Have you know laws and legislation in place The ability to deal uh-huh with asset recovery going after assets seizing the confiscating managing returning. And what's interesting. What we see is under these reviews so many countries are interested in eager to make changes that improve their ability to deal with corruption and therefore reduce corruption? And we're seeing it happen. I mean we have for example. Ninety percent of all countries that have participated in the reviews close to ninety percent have have made legislative changes. Does that are that are better their ability to deal with corruption. We have a third of them have said that they've made their there have been changed. And we've seen that improve international cooperation the flow of information and things of that nature. I think you know probably about two thirds of them. have made strides in preventing an in certain areas of preventing corruption that have led to Tiki corruption. I think in for example the Nigeria survey that I talked about before which was actually being released today in Nigeria You know we see. For example. There have been efforts made with the police. That have you know. Cut Cut The incidences of corruption the police down by by almost Twenty percent but but again still at a high level and still a lot to do but we were see that there are efforts being made that are are making making Headway so so yes. I think we are making progress in a number of countries. I think I I think there's a lot to do and of course because it's such a critical issue and because it's connected to so much of what we're doing so much of our goals international including including the sustainable development goals continue to be high on the agenda I think increasingly higher on the agenda of the international
"abu dhabi" Discussed on Shift+F1
"Jeez Mercedes driver team aim hedged by Ferrari rich vote on Energie team tie for the season Saint Joe visa racing team and then cloudy with a chance of Inter's in third place this is again for Abu Dhabi for stopping for nobody. That's real good solid stroll in to the podium Then a theme here and blue horse racing number one in Abu Dhabi but overall who do a top. Dan Canton maybe top. Dan Countdown downtown here. We go fry the doughnuts coming home number ten on the season. A ninth place. No points for their Haas's number eight Defcon one number seven dragon ball. GT ICE number. Six Nando Landau love at number five jacked up racing number four jeeze Mercedes team. She's Mercedes driver team. Hedged Ferrari number three Saint Jove as erasing team number two who bore future part three close and then margin of fifty points. That's right rich. Volt the F. One energy team at tie for the season. Congratulations truly the story of the F.. One season we'll get into it in our in our postseason Rob Bush. Yeah congratulations ad. Is Their name associated with that team. Um Me see here. Whoever whoever him I am Sam whoever? That is Sam if you can get in contact if you can email. PODCASTS clipped video and just supply some sort of proof of shift F. One podcast podcast at G.. melda Pozniak of the video. I'm so sorry free. And if you get an email shift F. One podcast g mail DOT COM and With like some sort of proof that the like that. It's you your dashboard or something. We'll do something we need to. We need to have this incredible achievement in fantasy sports given some sort of victory. Absolutely fantastic Should we take it to the emails daddy shirts do it Shift F won't Baucus Gmail.com of course If you want to be even cooler you can go cool. Slash e mails als. This first one drew. WanNa take the MUFFIN Connor. Sure I also should point out of the think sixteen hundred and eighty three entrance entrance. I came six hundred ninety ninth so that that's the fantasy league. Yeah that's the top half better grow. John did ooh out this. Connor says Hi Drew Danny and Rob I want to thank you guys for getting the NF one for the first time this season I jumped in for SPA and now I'm totally hooked looked to the point that I've been watching most practice sessions. That is you're in deep as we've now sent the twenty nine hundred season off into the Persian Gulf sunset. I was wondering if you guys guys have some favorite races from the last handful of seasons that new fans like myself can watch during the offseason to fill the void also on a side note for drew as a fellow Athenian from the class of twenty seven. I'm pretty sure your vacation of the last few years has made your made. You are most well known alum. So ex-governor Qassem. I've a little list of a few here from me to go through some of them when you guys are having to think I think we all agree three actually on what this year is would be right. Yeah Germany Yeah Hockenheim ring this year. How can I bring this year with with the slip and slide lied was particularly interesting race in a similar vein race? We often talk about which I believe is on F on. TV is the twenty eleven Canadian Grand Prix. It's another race with rain. Red Flags and Perhaps the most dramatic one of the most dramatic final APPs of a a of a of f one ever at was the twenty was a tooth has an ace presenting. Grand Prix was not the ear. Hamilton won his first I championship. I think it was nice. I think you're right with the master thing. Yes that whole race is is is is a real joy to watch A. That's a that's a an another good one and then trying to think about last year maybe the back who had two years in a row. Two thousand seventeen was the great race race. I think two thousand eighteen was the last year when the rebels had their contact. I think there was a bunch of good stuff that one as well but yeah I think it was the twenty seventeen gene Canadian. or as you're Johnny Grand Prix we had which was which was a real romper stumper. Yeah I think those those are great picks. I think I would only only throw in. I think it might be Brazil. Twenty sixteen where it was like verstappen putting on a masterclass rain. Yeah that's that's what it is. I'll I'll double check that and also put these in the show notes in case you're not writing these down. Yeah I don't I also don't know how many of them are on on TV archive..
"abu dhabi" Discussed on Shift+F1
"And they may have closed those roads. CHP CHP and CAL Trans. We called the like. We found their numbers for each district and we called them and they had no information for us at all. We just kind of had to sit and wait. So you're still in California because you're going up north right. Yeah Yes don California. Wow so how much the holiday spirit was your party. By the time you finally arrived. I tell you what after he got out first of all once we they were. We're digging out cars ahead of us one by one because once we got stuck it snowed a whole bunch and then people who hadn't put chains on couldn't get out and so cal Trans Hang. Hang out cars one at a time. That's why it took so long to get to us but once we were dug out Actually we didn't need it but the cars in front of us were dug out when we left. It felt like the end of the movie argo. When you're on the plane but still in Iranian airspace? You think you're going to get turned around or stopped or something I can we. Can we actually go. It was sort of Stockholm Syndrome. Fee Link Oh my God. He's finally we got going and we went to a diner Aw One of the best meals of my life. Best bathrooms in my life. That's absolutely insane. Yeah it was miserable but the problem it is or the cool thing is in five ten years. That's going to be one of the best Thanksgiving stories. You're going to have for your life like yeah you know and it wasn't. It was was really bad camping trip. Yeah it was. It was hard to sleep not only because it was like sleeping on an airplane but also because it super cold especially your feet. We'll get really cold but we were able to start the car every hour or so. Run it for ten minutes and warm a backup that did burn a lot of fuel though Thankfully we refilled filled before. We got there so I imagine they're probably other people who didn't have that luxury and didn't have we met one lady who went down South for a dentist. I appointment and then was stuck on her way back didn't have anything on her car. Oh my God loaded with Thanksgiving snacks so we were able to share with her. This is have you ever played the long dark. It's good because you're prepared then for have what befell your family. That's absolutely insane. What was the what was the? What was the worst part? What was the most difficult part of the whole thing the back when it was like eleven? PM and we. We realized we were going to stay there. Overnight right the the mental preparation for the awesome Houston suck. This is gonNA suck. Did you sleep well. Because presumably were turning on the car to get warmer at that stage. I mean we it during the night we did. Wow yeah so I don't really know it was Kinda like again when you're on an airplane. You think you kinda slept. You're not really sure. Yeah Jeez Yeah. We're glad to have you here. We lived Speaking of cars endanger. If you're new to this podcast welcome. It's the end of the season. If you're new to Formula One is self though we recommend listening to I are preseason primer episode at the beginning of this year and then at that point. No better time. There isn't it assumes no prior knowledge so if you heard about hey the end of the season maybe a bunch of news stories kicking up about Formula One twenty nineteen done. Maybe we should get into that and when we do we literally not retire this until we do the next. preseason exactly you never know when someone's someone's GonNa find the podcast and just click on the most recent one. This year's primer last twenty nineteen primer is episode fifty nine but we are honestly closer to the next primary than we are to that one so our and the February got the data. That's right yes also. The show was supported entirely by our audience over Patriot dot com slash shift F. One every month including the months that we will be in the off season we released at least one. Bonus podcast and bonus video exclusively exclusively for our patrons covers racing documentaries and films on video games primers rather racing series and a lot of weird stuff so if you want to support the show and get access to all of that it over the Patriots Dot com slash. Shift one. Click the link in the show notes. What's what's been going on over? There Danny are formative primer has been very popular. We've actually got a couple the emails about it today. So we'll touch on a little bit. We've been we nailed that by the way I really enjoy that. Yeah it was it was it was entertaining throughout but it ended up being like an hour and forty minutes. It's good word. Danny that's really feel. Danny I thought you were making a joke about not having an exhaust. Actually when you said Oh that's very good. Yeah we've we'll have phone game history up this month and of course we will have this month's Patriots podcast up. I think it's going to work Christmas Day. We're still trying to figure out exactly what this one will be at. We have for the ones who are going to do. During the off season. An and yeah we think since Twenty Twenty S in an election year the January patron only one. WE'RE GONNA put up for a vote so expect that one and in a couple of weeks to because we're a couple of weeks away from twenty twenty. Would you believe yes today. However we will be discussing the final race of twenty nineteen That which took place in Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi do uh-huh practice wise not going ah metal spun and hit the walt turned nineteen a portent of things to come lost an engine Grosjean and botas collided in which Botas was issued a reprimand for that. But it also destroyed grow John's only new specification floor. which was the wrong? You're kidding cars it it really is. I'll I'll bet those guys cannot wait to get the season by the one of the most worrying things I saw in one of the I think they did. One of those is it always the last race of the season where they do the press conference where all the managers they did a fun one. This time around and I was thinking was Williams Amazon. Were both talking about how their car was kind of of like a steppingstone car. For next year he says well thinking. Oh God please if nothing else please give those four houseboys new some new engines a new wheels next year. Yeah speaking of new engines botas starting at the back of the grid for power unit. Changes got some qualifying notes. Here federal again an unforced spin at the final turn to start his hot lap very embarrassing. I heard somebody say boy. That's like formula four mistake or Romain Grosjean mistake. There's somebody who's a video recently to wind up with grow John's worst mistakes which really was a fun journey through through Through his most notable memories. Maybe yeah greatest hits yeah exactly also Russell in Q.. One out qualifies all five cubits twenty-one for twenty one on the year just like Alonzo End van Doren. Guess how many points got though. That's true Guess who is coming back to Williams also true. I saw some more not not confirmations exactly commits it's a saying that he's a he's targeting team for next year. Oh Cool Hashtag which watcher yeah last bit and I'm so glad to be back. No matter who was in that race was going to be. It was a lemon so like yeah it was it was cool to see him around. I wish you know I think he. He will have enjoyed doing this year than the alternative of never coming back. I you know what I mean. I'd like to. It'd be great to have his thoughts on it but I do feel like you'll probably still enjoyed being part of the of the spectacle of the circus yes. Speaking of drivers who were out token Berg gets into Q.. Three for his final qualifying session in Q.. Three Leclair gets backed up for his final run on and does not make it over the line. Wow echoes of Monza. But this time it's just him Lewis. Hamilton gets his first pole position in nine races. Yeah which I guess you know if nothing else does show you. How competitive this year has been even if it doesn't feel all that competitive especially when you go into the final Rayson everything's been wrapped up? But yeah there's there's been battles there's been a little bit of especially the latter half of the season you know and those those Ferraris sure could qualify. Well here's how this battle will shape up Lewis Hamilton on top followed by Max for stap in bow ties actually qualified second but he gets bumped bumped down of course for that engine penalty the Claire and third and fourth Alex Album and fifth behind him. We Got Land Norris Daniel Ricardo Carlos Sainz Nico Nickel Holcomb Berg and Sergio Perez in tenth place and we have ghastly stroll Caveat Magnusson and Grosjean and Fifteenth Antonio Edgy of Nazi Kimi Raikkonen George Russell Robert cubits and vowed parade protests. Starting from the back of the grid do How how much do you blame Ferrari for when Claire? Yeah I mean I listen to the radio so I don't know how how much they were on his arse but like they should be checking Delta's as for him while he's on his Hala so I don't know I think he's probably I think actually raise fan has an article that sort of breaks down the the play by play of what exactly happened and why he was there. But that's sort of ancillary to me. The team should have put him out earlier. You know and I don't I still don't understand why they cut these things so close is it because they don't want to be first and if you're not I then you you well. I wasn't going to say but if you're not first then you're at the mercy of where everybody else slots in Nah. Nah I is it. Is it a gap thing. I don't know I don't know how I'd yeah. I don't understand why they cut it so close because it is a sport. Let's seconds so she just give yourself a ten second gap there in Q.. Three by default though like that is the other thing is when you really do. The math of fear cars. Pardon is fewer cars. There are but just in terms of your out lap. You're flying lap your cool down into the pets for tires like it's such like Q.. Three is gotta be pretty stressful but yet does feel like Ferrari seem to you. Get these things wrong more than other teams a theme. That comes up in the race as well. I there have been rumblings of changing qualifying. which we've seen before in the Bernie years as frustrating as something like this happening happening is I think I like? I think I like it. Yes I think I want the danger of this to be there. Don't change qualifying is what I'm saying. Yeah Monza was a nightmare for all of the drivers and the most entertaining qualifying has ever been yes. It was hilarious of the top. Six here only vessel is starting on soft tyres instead of everybody else's starting on mediums uh-huh and that's all I've got for pre race anybody else before we take to the start. No all right Danny all right. Let's ash way. We go at the front fronts. Pack all fine reasonable seemed like everyone got a decent stars and the only a little bit of action. We usually get something on that first term without big dirty runoff area and the right Was Gosling who unfortunately locked off and then sort of unfortunately for him was right in front of land stroll who also locked up and went into the side of him goslings front wing badly damage stroll had some damage to wing but also just seemed to damage the underside out of the car. Or the right of the chassis or something and we had a lot of action in terms of overtakes hopping kind of from the latter half of sector actor to Or the the latter one into sector to K- Magpies Hamburg on what would be his final race of the of the season. And maybe ever huckabee would probably just happy to try and get around one lap of the circuit. Considering what happened last year. We ended up on his head at the Clare. Got Past for stopping into second on the on the I I D straight. Let's call it the main sort of back straight for the game and the then we had sort of update on Botas who was up in the sixties. Already by that say gee gobbled up a bunch of places early lops that'll then got passed verstappen and Denver stop and got him back. I didn't see the original overtake there. But I saw him getting back at the end of the straight and then we had. I think it was Narus got past signs but by this stage we're open to sector sector three so there was a lot of those already few laughs. There was a lot of an interesting back and forth and not the same type of back and forth. We see here where it's kind of like you overtaken the straight number one at your peril because of the Diarra straight number two being so close to it and I guess some of that that was because there was a problem with the US right there was yeah lap four we get a message. Drs Disabled due to a technical issue. Robbed robbed you. I saw you posted a news story about this. Do you have any my making that up. No no no. So the the thing that laid out basically is the data server for the circuit crashed and and apparently everything hinges off that server so like all the lights off like a lot of the time lowering I guess and also theoreste detection goes off that I don't know why it is timing and scoring seemed to work fine for like the broadcast. Our data avair never seemed to be interrupted But in terms of like what caused the Serva- crash Yeah I it just sounds like the server failed and then they had to spend twenty minutes bringing it back to life again textile one more than that I think they were playing a specially cool because Michael said something interesting he said. I don't want to think about if we turned to non hadn't worked. I couldn't tell you what was going to happen and that makes me wonder. was.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
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Ever bobby lays yes yes you probably have to drive him home just to absolute full disclosure squad on that one. I'll be all these things. No point pretending to these vegas. Do you know anything about broadcast infrastructure. Please mail boxes. You might entice him to come back. Well we white former former beginning to learn about a slow as he's to turn up I. It's not waking. Maybe it's broken. Oregon is broken. Well we have some bad news that he'd broken so you're next week. I mean you could run. I encourage you not to look up the results to quit using knives. You actually have an extra week to change your amusing night. You could actually have aided under forcing the in next week's episode is rising points. Yes well Ori Ori Yes tor. I don't know what the format is for that. What the style guide for that So knowing formula beginning. That's Butani isn't it. It's that time they to update that one week in Mexico. A couple of a lot of things. We'll bring I'm as opening them up very quickly. Could be one of your names. You could incorporate British American Tobacco until fantasy film and all these. Hey they've got an even closer relationship aged with McLaren next year. ZAC Brown says it'll include a quite special livery and that means maybe it looked like a cigarette. I ah all right. There's an orange policy work. Yeah the filters on it now. I'm thinking it'll be olive colored the attractions and some horrendous of of Of Gang of gangrenous face. Yes on the rear wing it work. We're they'll have to do that for Australia. Released and they can go back and some of the other more lax countries and finally. We mentioned this last week because it happened as standard like twenty four hours you Utah would have. They would not be good Nicholas Latifi is confirmed William. Judy knew that. But meanwhile though in ask McGinley Dr Raw I'm on. The hiatus begin have been relatively silently but silent no more. 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"abu dhabi" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Through through maybe You know maybe it's always own fault but through his junior singles Ebay. He is going to have to prove the DOT was wrong. Whereas Policy George came in with those big title? GP Three hundred sixty back to back in the the much better than the Nicholas I don't think Nicholas Fail. Held onto by any of the criticism received because I think he'll take ownership of Ebay and be quite proud of the boys achieved or was as good as some of the doors. But I think He's a he's he's very much a man I think it's worth pointing out because is obviously there's A. There's a lot of. There's a lot of kids in these genes Anglesey Grayson Nicholas is always someone who seems to elevate himself a Gravitas that he has in the product when he when he walks around and when he speaks to people very he's very well respected and very highly so upset. I think he'll bring all as a package to to form in Washington You know I think initially the Probably won't be there and it may take him a little bit of time to get up to speed but I think he's shown he's got some of the characteristics needed needed for him to to catch up and reduce that Gupta Georgia over the course of the season. Well we'll be guaranteed always. He's going to be the best rookie of next season. Only because he's the only one but it will be interesting interesting to see how he gets on the page. I've attack see things one. You have to judge drive by what they do. Know how. They got plenty drivable money before and two with the Super License old style. The what what would normally batch does the pay drivers people with absolutely useless eve as you know there have been people go into formula two one. He's never even close to the kind of things he's achieved in formula too. I let's let's be fair. He may not be in the top bracket of stellar genie career. But he's these non idiot. Thanks very much Japanese and also to j box leg for your insight on by simplicity and the Abbey Grand Prix de checkouts dot com loads fool out.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Ways to look at this. But he was he was definitely chucked into After he very early back in two thousand Twelve Anne bounced around. I'm sure he's the only driver Tova Finish eleventh in in the Porsche. Carrera Cup Great Britain Championship ashore but Yeah he's he's bounced around a lot and opened down singles career for sure formula. Three point five let's it's a two after GP to And and really two thousand eighteen was supposed to be the ED Nicholas Latifi emerged onto onto the scene promptly and with the new after you especially equalize the field there was a lot of rockies. Point your remember Georgia so Alex Albany in London Rolpa Fat Rookie Crop London. Donna race in in two thousand seventeen. GP TO BE COMEDY. Carl L. knows him Having a lot of experience but Nicholas was really supposed to hit the ground running. Not Yeah it was really after eight four with Charles the second half of two thousand seventeen eighteen in GP to and and really taking the fight to him and only Roland in that second. Half of the year and Dutch armies never emerged He was ill in the in. The preseason testimony missed the first test and wants he came back he felt like he was chasing the new call completely completely different to his drive in style in in the Collagen fail anything like the dumbs driven in the previous year in GP and he you went we always on a rabbit. Warren of setup changes that took him in the complete wrong direction. All is happening while Alex album was scoring three consecutive polls From the second race of the season woods and really taken Pfizer to George Russell in London noise in early season so Nicholas really struggled with illness and then and then the missing time the loss free test so that was that was supposed to be his year and it didn't. It didn't go that way. It took till Hungary really for them to undo all the bouts of changes. They'd made an Nicholas. The safety If you've seen we've feature on all export dot com unfortunate is written by me but if you take the time to work through it You know explains that that season in great depth and it was hungry when they When they got together but it also it also shows a a great willingness to look inside himself and dictate to to realize is is made mistakes and he's very honest about in the future if you if you read the quote some Very honorable set of quotes. I would say you know these first presents out to take a long look in the mirror to actually actually realize that it was my fault. We know what was going on there so Twenty nineteen spend much better but still walking a pole position. That's the one thing that you know. Therefore funders of commendable will notice on receive. Eighty is not an orgy. PT Position which is obviously a big deal but East Windsor she took the fights. Nicholas the reason. I think I genuinely think he's been looking at times as we've seen a couple of incidents where he should have scored better results through no fault of his own Definitely Monica it was a big one way or the The flag was applied incorrectly and Nick degreasers leading the race at the time was not then. It didn't have to pay again in that race. Despite the fact that you I should have done further regulations because of the red flag allowed to change tires under the red flags at about SUV made is mandatory tired change later on in the race and they. They didn't have to do that and also also the the drivers further back. We're not giving back which they also should have been so from about eight thousands. I think it was the whole field was lockdown and Nicholas was one of those drivers and he. He fought very hard onto at that race. He was taken out by teammate. In the rebel rink So set camera. He also had a a very Controversial incident move with Guangzhou What's Monster? As well aware he was he came off the western and not bow as well so probably three or four races of the ruined is weak and just just the backbone if you went back into more detail you bill to to find out more. So he's not fighting for the championship this weekend. And trump was replica weekend. Daly by by Nick Debris I think Nicholas feel very hard by having seen Nick Theresa's performances in Abu. But W this weekend. They just can't monetize economic model officer if it had been a final weekend decided I think Nicholas. Let's if he would have had a good chance of winning championships this weekend but it's just not worked out for him. What we can expect is what we've learned from his union singles ECOWAS? He's very willing to take a long look himself to work on his own. Drive in to listen to advice ace to accept when he's not got it right and to go back on that all key traits. I think for you know we've seen drivers come in to form a woman not have those traits Be Very restrict about how they want the cost. That's up and not be willing to make changes and realize that they're the problem and that kind of drivers who you don't last long phone so I think judging by the fact that Williams allies let's be at the back of the field again. I I think he's acceptable choice for them to take you know. We don't know the INS and outs that L.. But we're all human that brings him some push it through his valley. Extensive family family businesses is. That's been involved with longtime opposition. McLaren were purchase law share on around Monaco. Time last year so You know he's very interested in Formula One and ease always in the potty Atlanta Pushing Nicholas to to today better and not in a in a porsche cartoon dot kind of way. But you know very supportive kind of always have a presence in the product and always co presents Tautou about Nicklaus's performance as well and you can see where am would look from. You know there's no there's no shame looking at yourself and say I've made a mistake this round all we've made a mistake over the last couple of months so yeah I think I think good job. Williams obviously with people like Nicole combat on the market. You Know Williams have made a big coal to go with Nicholas despite the father is single. Is You know not spotless. As some of the people learn a lot from Georgia I think you know Georgia's year to establish himself in full now has proven that. He's a very talented driver I think Nicholas will have a lot to learn. And The Times where he doesn't impress any makes mistakes and you may be isn't on Georgia's pace but I think he showed in his journey single career as we talked about the East cots ability to to really book look at data analyze workers engineers and you know definitely acknowledged you know. When he's made a mistake he'll it'll be the first one to try to? He does strike me as one of those droves. He's never really caught the all you with this kind of stellar underlying ability lights like you say that work ethics been important. I Know Williams have been quite impressed with his attitude the way he's asked today Robson. Basically principal engineer thinks his job title and he was signed the whenever Nicholas is on a Friday always kind of lets. The garage obeys. Go a good approach and I think he's going to be the second Dr George Russell next year I think I don't think he's quite in that class from what I've seen he does lit- lie. Someone who can just work through. Things will be quite useful additions to the team and he may not be someone who's jaw-dropping laptop so that kind of thing but I can say in putting together decent rights performances learning from mistakes as you as you said obviously it's a financially motivated decision. There's no doubt by the number I've heard is in the vicinity of maybe fifteen million euros For the year which is designed basically as well commit suicide was bring joy. Says there's no shame in that what's whatsoever so he's not kind of Norris Norris Russell Alban Types Helen but one of those interesting ones. Sometimes you see drivers like that. Do get progressively better the more complicated implicated the job become. Shall we say we've seen come through with the perfect junior single seater. Save a lot stuff over northern. It's not worked for them. It's not A it's not golden cave conforming. One for the next twenty years is part of a much bigger package and I've seen some comments on social media and and some actions it to the feature we wrote and and people you know say Nicholas Pedroia and he's boy is see he doesn't to be there and all that kind of stuff you know. I think I understand is Is Unique single. CBS and probably what you've come to expect from people committee chairman one but For me all the signs that he's got the ability to to improve even I don't think You know it's obviously difficult to to compare jounieh. Are you single. Say it creates how he's GonNa React. As you quite rightly said he's very good at working with engineers We've already talked about how he's good at work on himself and he understands astounds data and is a very intelligent driver and the one thing we didn't mention there really is is race craft as well which is Something old same good info. We want I think because he's very He's not he's not perfect in January squash. Don't get your own book for Someone Who's not schooled Paul Position and he scored six wins in the championship but not shows that he can come for the failed. I've seen him many times for the season. Qualify around sixth seventh eighth and work his way forward to score podiums. He's very very good in a race and I think the Dan the criticism I think I have of his is race Fisher. Toll was incident with. We've gone you Joe. I mentioned earlier. That was split-second decision that you had to make their and I think he should have failed to the runoff quicker. Could then he then he did. I think that that was all that was on jobs fall. In in my opinion you know the opportunity to get out of the way of that one I think and he left the call that almost in you know trying to hold his ground and and I think if you went back to change that but that was a split-second decision. He didn't know what the other driver was doing. And I think it's hard to criticize him for that but yeah for the for the rest of the season in the rice crop spin been ready to good and I think not you know that should help make up for some of the. NFL will qualify deficit. That you will have to Georgia so because as you earlier this year is shown Georgia Shannon Alonzo like solve approach to their share in Alonzo performance if you like from when he was a minority so Obviously is in is in the Mercedes next week. So there's there's no doubt with Georgia's in you know in in the in the Grens game and things at the moment Nicholas's Through through maybe You know maybe it's always own fault but through his junior singles Ebay. He is going to have to prove the DOT was wrong. Whereas Policy George came in with those big title?.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on Shift+F1
"Could be reduced in the short term. Furthermore it's difficult to power larger vehicles such as trucks and aircraft with electric powertrains. So it's still worth focusing on the icy it's fuels quote however what we cannot do is carry on digging those out of the Ground Continues Simmons. We're going to have to somehow synthesize them. And that's what we want forming the one to explore and hopefully to lead so completely synthetic combustion based fuel is the goal. Apparently have basically where would you. Where would you get these thanks? You doesn't matter like it's not the fuel like it's okay if we pulled oil from the ground and the emissions weren't the issue with the emissions. It's the burning running it like it's not that it's it's not that it's oil from ground that's bad and it has all these other chemicals in it. It is that the process of using an internal combustion engine region to burn a fuel creates a mission that like drives global warming and greenhouse gases and the rap on bio fuels. Is that it really like with a lot of things. A lot of it depends on where you're sourcing thing at from like for instance Like the history of synthetic fuels goes back basically to World War Two Germany right as the sort of cut off from oil and and they start developing synthetics to power increasingly power Their fleet of military vehicles and I think their first synthetic fuels came came from like potatoes. I WANNA say like there was a famine in late war Germany in part because so much of their food crops got diverted into like synthetics attics to a big part of the Irish Dasa as well because we were just doing too many open wheel races during that period of time. A great tragedy The Irish just felt that need for speed Well we got Eddie Irvine out of its on all worked out you know but the is so that was kind of a model that was encouraged as well for like what if we could create whatever you take Arable farmland and turn that into a source for fuel fuel as oil becomes more scarce in bracingly oil scarcity is not the issue that is not the concern. The concern is the emissions where you can get some savings is we are in an era of What I've heard some of the oil industry call like dirty oil? The idea of like fifty sixty years ago so you think a while and you got the beverly hillbillies gusher right and it was just like Oh shit like oil out of the ground. Danielle plain view right and now increasingly. You hear things like Tar Sands and such we're like really inefficient or hard to access sources of oil that do create a lot of energy Overhead and create a lot of environmental impact. Just to get the oil out. biofuel does solve for some of that but then it still has to hit an engine and still get burned and as I understand it and I was just reading a little bit about this as the topic. Ah came up. But it doesn't sound like biofuel really solves the emissions problem And me in a piece the guardian from two thousand seventeen Where you know? A survey of different biofuel sources. A lot of them were worse than oil. Oh Oh wow like and this is two thousand seventeen. Obviously they dea is that to me is going to continue improving. But I don't think that bio-fuel actually solves the problem we're facing of can be interesting too sick Formula One on that. Try to solve it. But I think you're right rob the point out that that doesn't seem like the precise problem that they are aiming to solve. No I mean think about like where have you seen the most aggressive bio-fuel live fuel advertising. Who's WHO's marketing idea? bio-fuel crisis PAT petrochemical companies right. Yeah it's people looking down the barrel of inevitable notable environmental regulation and trying to figure out how you can create the smokeless cigarette basically of the oil L. Industry So I don't know this is a pretty disappointing initiative. 'cause I like I understand that I understand there are some things that internal combustion engines are really good at the they're kind of ideal for I understand maybe you know. F One is not quite ready ready to go purely electric but this notion that biofuel is some sort of like out there we go solve that problem just doesn't and not to be online about it but my reaction to this is very much like this ain't it but like I think would be kidding ourselves if we didn't think that this entire initiative wasn't mostly about the optics rice the and and the word biofuel in and of itself is an entirely entirely like that's a marketing like word bio when you get right down to it so a lot of this stuff it doesn't hold up to that it doesn't hold up to scrutineer right like when you get right down to it in the same way as well if you talk about Tesla's and you're like yeah. It's wonderful electric cars getting powered it off the same grid that everything else is you know you try and hope maybe that these things are a means to an end or like a step towards a brighter future but yeah yeah you're totally right. It's it's it's kind of to me at least this whole part of us. I if if they were doing this you know this is what is going to be in ten years time and and they didn't have something that was bending. The knee somewhat to environmentalists that and they'd be called out on it. It's just side. I guess that the reality of this is what we need to fix. These problems are such massive institutional changes to the way in which we create energy the like even if one can't get ahead of that right what what are we going on like. What's the alternative? Solar cars get rid of the Abu Dhabi race. Then there's a missing the opportunity here though and this is what frustrates me. That feels like Formula One looked at the situation and they're like well. How can we partner with the Petro? Yesterday where where what I think could be an opportunity for Formula One and like this is sort of the stuff that George Russell was like pointing at right is that the opportunity is actually in reimagining. How complicated logistical chains that span? The Globe can be reimagined to have a low lower over lower overhead ahead of emissions to make it less energy and emissions intensive to do things like send bespoke parts and You know cars around the world and I don't know what that looks like I don't know if it means like Formula One gets super into advanced principles or something so that there's Pappas abilities ladies around the world and basically not shipping cars. You're you're shipping files I don't know like what that looks like but I think there's an opportunity there of okay. You can still have Formula One something like Formula One which is not just like the pinnacle of Motorsport also kind of the pinnacle of the globalized era. We've all been living in and the interconnected economies and manufacturing and resources. That have started to find this era. How do we keep? What is good about this Madera County? We've come to know while reducing thing instead stating environmental impact. I think Formula One could lead in some of that stuff because the thing that people are often frightened of giving up is like or has to give up in the wealthiest parts of the developed world are the really high end luxury. And there's has nothing more like luxurious or consumptive than than Formula One. But this notion that you can you could maybe reimagined the sport retain its identity and retain. What's cool and ridiculous about it but also make it less? Harmful is intriguing to me. What's far less intriguing? Is this idea of gesturing vaguely like an algae pool and being like someday our cars will run on that. I guess see. It's green. Yeah Yeah Yeah well said speaking of clearing the air very wealthy This on what he saves he saves. He saves the best till the end of the season. The this'll coming from Reuters this one. Just basically Ferrari a clearing the air in relation to that Haphazard Collisions always shall we say between Seattle and Charlotte Clare at team. Bus Before we talk. That's about it. Let's get the Dwyer opinion on it. We we missed you last week. Yeah I mean yeah what an awful race to I was literally getting on a plane like an hour after the race or I've after before you were quite in the pot guys thank you God. Can I just do the podcast while in the airport. Maybe it was. It was such a fun race and I mean look I think. Battle the battles sort of we've seen the tapes from previous races again. He he tried to give himself a little bit more space so he wasn't in such a disadvantageous position. Making that left at the end of destroys and obviously the Claire wasn't moving and so like I don't know it's like one of those times where somebody nobody hits. Maximum Max Acts Weird and then people tend to give Max a little bit more elbow room. You know what I mean or I've obviously Charlotte is not. It just didn't doing Josh is not interested in in in keeping where he was he had enough space. You could've stayed there. It's this it's similar to the Hamilton album thing. Where like Louis? There was a gap. There should Louis in an album closed at haphazardly but also was Louis going to make any kind of committed to laze. It was just what both of them were just kind of messy crashes. I think appleton was more at fault for the Albion one in a way obviously. He ended up getting penalties so just saw sought that way too but for the Ferrari one I think it was just it was unfortunate for both of them. I think if anyone was to blame it was vital bus also how to blame was he. He he didn't really crush into him. That bad and the resulting damage to both cars was probably more than you would normally see and that type of incident so yeah and and I guess maybe Ferrari just want to sweep it under the rug as quick as possible. I think for that reason nobody really comes. Editors when looking good the team don't Fateh look a bit Amateurish Church doing us and the Claire. It's as if he can you know say he was completely innocent. Either he held line. And sometimes when you hold your line people headed to you right. So that's kind of part of it and As for Ferrari themselves team have an auto said after the race at interlagos there would be a review with the drivers at the factory to go through what went on on how to prevent any recurrence this quote from the story since last Sunday Muttiah and the drivers have spoken every day as they would normally do anyway so there was no official summit nor videoconference. Afri- Ferrari spokeswoman said. They know that silly mistakes are still silly. Mistakes what happened. Today is shame for the team but not of said at the time So they're saying that the Arizona fully cleared and they're focusing on Abu Dhabi. I think a large part of this as well as the fact that ultimately it didn't really matter Ferrari are basically secure in the the second place in the constructors championships. Probably didn't help the squabble between the two drivers bus both of them lost all their points. So I think the best thing they can canoeist just look towards the the.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
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"abu dhabi" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
"Day for everybody involved in full. We don't want this week. The Dhabi grow break when I was young. Mc Bob the Sean McGinley trail he said F one his bullshit because just go around in heaps of circles. They don't go anywhere Michael J. Fox the neutral. It's no Peter yes you notice can't keep out of all the media. It's difficult especially that one way. That song the lyrics came from everyday everyday Grand Prix this weekend in a minute but there is other things that happened in forming on. Really you can tell you the end of the year because fewer things do happen new stories and more. Oh speculative earn a news story this week. Lewis Hamilton hopes. That Berhanu is good. It's not really not really news. I mean he he was on the grab Nielsen Show on Channel Ten. Apparently I didn't even watch it right. It was like the writing channel ten show on Sunday. Yeah I I feel like the only time I say the Graham Norton Show. It's the same episode Sunday night. It's always Jerry Jessica Ticket Sarah Jessica Parker yes. It seems like it's always the same episode. I know why I don't watch it. I always say the one that met diamonds on. Is it about that film. The fordfield board. I haven't seen that reviews about it. We should do review of a movie. We've never seen has changed from racist. Yeah I get it away. We could use my ropes to drama. I can't even had a wig to practice that dramas. Yeah whatever that was. I've heard good. Things about are actually to be honest. I've seen enough of these sort of I've sat through the Clarin movie in Excite. Very so you know what comedy is a very dangerous. NAB It's a risk but someone who is not a big fan. Told me me with great excitement to say it's really based on my friend. Taros recommendation. It I do like whenever a racing film comes. It's basically. We had a formidable several films recently that he would such a good excuse for people not ordinarily film people. He had very pretentious kinship about whether or not it's going to be up to stand because whether it's historically accurate with all that route right someone picked up in. The Nicks is a series of the coin. The crown in whatever series came out. Someone picked up that they called it. These styling broadcasting INC instead of commission as it was in the Diet good pickup but not really the film rush yes they there's a few you star cool errors in that movie but I feel like it's only like are in the if I told that to the general public. I don't even WanNa tell you because I this is the great divide motoring enthusiasts easiest auto racing fans watching these films and everybody else table for people in racing and the biggest annoying smile asses in. Oh absolutely second only to the people who come in on technology for yes. Yes Oh they manage times guy okay. Why why why is it? I BE AK crushing I. Toby Davinci Resolve. I doubt that's my question. Oh I once once broken mouse that right because I I looked up like you know how to get rid of grinding video and the current snuggle to me now yes exactly people just frustrating people on the terrible I look for I also enjoy. This film is called two different things in different parts of the world you can tell in Europe. It's called on sixty six. I think it's sixty six or sixty the eight year olds and I guess that's kind of the point isn't it because in Europe there is the great year lemond classic whereas Ford versus. Ferrari your those too. 'cause yes they. They raced each other. And that's exactly I mean you getting target market but I am going to enjoy it. How they make the Ford Motor Company? The massive Ford Motor Company the Automated Production Line Company. Look like an underdog that's going to be pretty good anyway. You've seen it mail box neutrals comments. No it's like look how the the the critically climb Teixeira Magnum Pi Apparently in your your your home country Michael easily cold magnum because uh-huh apparently stands for civil engineer. Very different shy pay off. It's true it's twenty four minutes of three blocks south side to other watching camera that I can't even bigger your ad. Would they put it in a Trifonov. Just look yeah yeah. Cameras survey coverage is what they do. But could that be I. Reckon that's how other nations nations aspiring on Just survey covers Loa thinks about it. No no it's nothing to do with facebook things at Covey. Webcam Cam idea bitter type Webcam. It's pretty good. It's pretty good. Hey well taken before we'd we'd want dutch-grown pre next year. Everyone looking forward to that one. If you touch maybe The check doesn't look that good looks good but it's not gonNA be any any overtaking although they might be some because the way they're going to sort out the problems with the circuit quite twisty and tight and narrow a classic circuit. He's having a lot of banking as nick. Heidfeld would say in fact. There's going to be one of the first corner. I think the last final corner rather it's going to be banked at eighteen degrees which is twice as much as India's bank which which is Pretty Bitar. Do you want to be the bank. Trivia plays which form of the pack actually that vein formula. One driver a apostle life Banco was crucial Swiss Bank. Hey Hey. He Races K.. For Bank doesn't he. He's all right for Bangkok off. The difference in eighteen degrees for example depends on how why the track. He's I guess. But whatever with the tracking of this corner it's four and a half May. He does high on the outside the inside. So that's that's toll. That's that's a lot. It's a lot of banking I is that just run. That trump is gonNA cut. No no I made that. It's higher so if you're on the inside of the circuit to see the outside it's four and a half made is up in the air. That's how it'd be we'd ever tight is what I mean. I don't no no because I've obviously well. I've never been anything but I also haven't raced on banging by virtue of that fact but he's in the. I think the idea here. Is that because of the banking you can go. You could be able to go side by side. Maybe because you don't have to slow down as much on a banked why mayor that's how American novels. It's just tuning in. But that's gone from with sick designed for we should they should have been should have just been infected. They should bank it so much because it just on the former cock and rice upside and because of the dentals they just try not race on the sides in a bowl where they don't on the ground not why they could right side by side the whole time you say that Red Bull Zero gravity thing. I fast forward through. It could a bit bit preamble that I didn't want it was good. Yeah let's do that. I've always said so you're telling me they've done a pitstop zero gravity yet. No one has actually demonstrated a Formula One car driving upside down. Incredible how come he has no. Yeah yea come on Ken Block. That's like saying it's all the size of a hand breaking slow motion stuff. was there a video. Maybe this is a mail box into so question of cod doing. But I don't know if it was it was a CGI thing of acog doing a loop de loop in a tunnel. was that real. I David Coulthard's in my head was going to be fake. He'll be like someone told me. Mailbox needs to come. Has it ever happened but yes. It is surprising that they've never actually just one of those things. I guess it probably would happen. But I don't trust it and we're not GONNA do it. I'd love to say I'd also love to say go wrong. It'd be for the COP during the car upside. Dan Tin Maintenance do that still cabs they also they also join us to the third loss corner. Big It's going to be banked less only nine and degrees which is the same as Indianapolis so they reckon that'll mean cars can go side by side which will be interesting because we don't have anymore if it seems the incident vibe anymore banked corners really certainly nothing to this scale. Yeah we haven't designing intentionally Turkey. Turkey tonight is that bank and was that banks could be a corner in Malaysia. With a banked opposite off Campbell what they call that Jenner Jenner era generation and we lost the right so obviously didn't work out cracked a hungry. You may lifts so something to look forward. Maybe in England following up from the Brazilian Grand Prix. You'RE GONNA have that into with rory crashing. That was pretty good. I kind of did we say last week. Oh is this someone else say that. Conversely an important event because the teammates have Ferrari crashed in a run for a long time. When was the last time Ferrari drivers hit each other? I don't I know the answer if you're thinking of it so I don't know surely financial in Massa or today rocket mass shirley that's happened in fact I don't know I don't know must have it sometime but it's this added level of of intrigue because Ferrari has never a hat or not neighbor but almost never has a second driver that would ever day to assume they can overtake the driver tickets. You macadear Callo Massar and Alonzo driver in exactly so so. This is already quite significant for variety. Because they've never really had to or if someone doesn't win they didn't play tells they've never had to deal with the drive with two drivers who both think quick. I mean I'm sure all of knew that they weren't allowed to do that. Kind of soundtrack so these are interesting but they've had these clear. The air talks Ferrari stresses that they not unusual meetings. It was just a regular a Gila sheduled meeting just because it was in a padded room. Didn't mean it was not shedule to be there and they say everything's all goods can be good for these rights but there was a report on the BBC. ABC said the John Elkin. The chairman was angry about the crash because obviously to Ferrari drivers crash. So I mean not. We're running about one rice lift so it's not a great test of how well this is GonNa work but next year presumably championship contending. That will go down at some point and that will be genuinely a new you'd level of Ferrari management required because they've never had to contest rich average with truly drivers. Like this I mean just because I think a lot of people the questioning with a table saying that it will be Leclerc. Twenty twenty one championship. Sr Twenty Twenty Championship campaign. I think that's it. Yeah I think it could be. I think it might be. I think it will date John. CAIN or paint the guy with the same comprehensive the Mi Michael Manado Andrew James Box of neutral screaming the Dhabi Grand Prix. Some of the get you though beforehand..
Bots Outperform Humans If They Impersonate Us
"Haircut I'm looking for something. I May. Third Bats aerobics want Machine assistant never identified fight itself as a bought in the demo and Google. Got A lot of flack for that. They later clarified that. They would only launch the tech with quote disclosure built in but therein lies the A dilemma because the new study in the journal Nature Machine Intelligence suggests that about is most effective when it hides its machine identity that is if it is allowed to pose As human till our Hawaiian computational social scientists at New York University's campus in Abu Dhabi. His team recruited nearly seven hundred online volunteers to play the prisoner's owners dilemma. A classic game of Negotiation Trust and deception against either humans robots half the time the human players were told the truth about who they were matched up against against the other half. They were told they were playing a bought when they're actually playing a human or that they were battling a human when in fact he was only a bought in the scientists found that the bots actually actually did remarkably well in this game of negotiation if they impersonated humint went. The machine is reported to be human. It outperforms humans themselves else so it is more persuasive. It is able to induce cooperation and persuade the other opponents to cooperate more than humans themselves yourselves but whenever the bots true nature was disclosed their superiority vanished and Rahul. Wants says that points to a fundamental conundrum. We can now build a really efficient botts that perform tasks even better than we can but their efficiency may be linked to their ability to hide their identity. which you know feels ethically problematic those humans humans who will be deceived? Why the machine they are? The ones who ultimately have to make that choice otherwise it would violate fundamental values of autonomy respect eh for humans. It's not realistic to ask people for consent. Before every bought human interaction that would of course revealed abouts true identity
A Look At The Book "Proof Of Conspiracy: How Trumps International Collusion Is Threatening American Democracy"
"About today the time I'm in the club is proof of conspiracy how trump international collusion is threatening American democracy but Seth Abramson this is from the introduction in late twenty fifteen after Donald Trump has formally announced his candidacy for president a geo political conspiracy emerges overseas whose keys participants are the leaders of Russia Israel Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Bahrain and Egypt these six men decide that trump is the antidote to their ills for Russia US sanctions for Israel a lack of Arab allies for Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Bahrain and Egypt perceived threats emanating from Iran the conspirators commit themselves to doing whatever is necessary to ensure that Donald Trump is elected trump's presidential campaign is aware of and benefits from this conspiracy both before and after the twenty sixteen election on March nineteen twenty eighteen British journalist David hers the former chief foreign lead writer leader writer for the guardian publishes the most important report of his career first at one time the Moscow bureau chief for the guardian is now editor in chief of his own publishing venture a London based Middle East watchdog called the Middle East hi in the spring of twenty eighteen he reports the existence of a years long continent spanning conspiracy that will eventually enveloped the president of the United States the Red Sea conspiracy this book dominates the gift excuse me denominators the conspiracy Hurston covers as the Red Sea conspiracy for the simple reason that is hatched on a yacht in the middle of the Red Sea a sea water in one of the Indian Ocean bordered by among other countries Saudi Arabia and Egypt one imagines that in as many years as a correspondent and commentator for The Scotsman the Huffington post al Jizerou L. era B. L. J. E. T. R. T. world which is Turkish Mostar al argon Egypt in the guardian hers never thought he'd stumble on a story is far reaching Ernest implications as the Red Sea conspiracy but he did and what he found could change the course of history this book chronicles the events around the globe that preceded and followed the fall twenty fifteen origin of the conspiracy with a special focus on how the conspiracy prompted Donald Trump and his aides allies and associates to covertly collude with six countries both before and after the twenty sixteen presidential election Russia Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Israel Bahrain and Egypt events that began on the Red Sea in twenty fifteen now influence president trump's foreign policy toward all of these countries toward other countries not involved in the conspiracy such as Qatar and Iran and more broadly toward Europe Asia and the Middle East the story of the Reds B. C. conspiracy begins with the ends of a man named George Nader as reported by Hearst in the Middle East I toward the end of twenty fifteen Nader than an adviser to the crown prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin is I eat L. Nayan known as M. B. Z. convene with his patrons permission a summit of some of the middle east's most powerful leaders gather on a boat in the Red Sea in the fall of twenty fifteen or Mohammed bin psalm one known as M. B. S. deputy crown prince of Saudi Arabia who shortly become the heir apparent to the throne of the Saudi kingdom MZ be himself by twenty fifteen the de facto ruler of the United Arab Emirates del photon LCC the president of Egypt prince Salman bin hammam the crown prince of Bahrain Ken king Abdul of the second of Jordan Nader the improbable maestro of these rulers clandestine get together intended the plan he posed to the man to include the nation of Libya but no representative from that nation attended the gathering of the leaders aboard the yacht to M. B. S. and NBC are already close according to a New Yorker interview with Richard a Clarke a counterterrorism adviser to president Barack Obama George W. bush and B. S. and M. V. easy quote talk on the phone all day to each other and quote the Red Sea meeting although technically convened by nature is a means for MZ and be easy to advance ambitions that he and M. B. S. have designed together the two sunny leaders intention Hearst records is to remake the Middle East with the covert assistance of a highly placed American politician they intend to do this by first renaming and reconstituting the owner the membership of the six member Gulf cooperation council GCC which in twenty fifteen comprises Saudi Arabia the United Arab Emirates Bahrain Kuwait Oman and Qatar what reorienting to its regional ambitions and global alliances I was G. C. C. realignment with Victor Kuwait Oman and Qatar from the council and replace these three countries with Egypt Jordan and Libya thereby eliminating the entities historical association with the Persian Gulf and remaking remaking it as instead and alliance constituting quote an elite regional group of six countries which would supplant the GCC and form the nucleus of a coalition of pro U. S. and pro Israeli states in the Middle East and quote according to two sources briefed on the twenty fifteen Red Sea summit quote Nader said this group of states could become a force in the region that the United States government could depend on to counter the influence of Turkey and Iran and quote the twenty fifteen Turkey
Gulf bond markets: issuers take advantage of strong demand
"Check in on the Middle East markets and see how they fared in the previous session with some old Foxman she joins us from the counter financial center in Dolakha Monique Simone good morning Yousef well as stocks ended the week higher in the United States and that's what drove treating yesterday here in the Gulf and in the region where we saw lots of green across the board I shares in the Saudi market up about half a percent the to double their into by we sell games as well of about seven tenths of one percent that index up about ten percent for the year a little bit higher there in Abu Dhabi but the Israeli stock market leading gains the TA thirty five index up about one and a half percent now we're paying a lot of attention to Israel today because the central bank is expected to make a policy decision to hold interest rates but the shekel has been really strong lately in fact around its strongest since early twenty eighteen and not you know testing a key level in fact that three point four level Goldman thing and the central bank might not wanted to get stronger than that so we'll have to see were watching that decision closely I also want to talk about our bond story we've been talking so much about how golf issuers are rushing to tap the debt markets because of favorable conditions there but we've seen over the past few weeks since the middle of September the spread on GCC bonds against treasuries move quite a bit higher the highest since June something it we want to pay attention to not only as an indication of how attractive this trait is but also for signs that the party may be ending he's so thank you very much for a great around us more Foxman there the cover financial center in
Trump’s National Security Aides Refining Possible Iran Options
"President trump's security aides are now going through the different options of targets to strike a ran in the event of a military retaliation the US is weighing a response to Iran but the strike on Saudi Arabia's oil industry Iran's foreign minister says a U. S. or Saudi Arabian attack on Iran would set off an all out war in Abu Dhabi secretary of state Mike Pompeii says diplomacy is the way to work this out while the foreign minister of Iran is threatening all out war to fight to the last American we're here to build a coalition aimed at achieving peace South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham says Iran can't get away with this restoring deterrence is going to require a military response that will create
SoftBank to commit $40 billion to second Vision Fund
"Arguably one of the most influential investment firms out there right now one of the most influential funds is softbank's right vision fun well they got another one coming yeah this one isn't enough one one one hundred billion dollar fund isn't enough Ellen Hewitt is started reporter for Bloomberg she joins us for our nine sixty studio out gives me in San Francisco so Ellen bring us up to date what's going on with masa and the gang well there's a lot of anticipation in advance of what could be and what our reporting suggests there may be an announcement of a launch of a second vision fund as soon as this week and as you mentioned yeah this would be a follow up to an absolutely enormous hundred billion dollar original vision vision fund which has completely reshaped the way that mentor capital has worked in Silicon Valley and around the world in the last couple years and some details we don't know you know we don't know exactly the size of this potential vision plan to but it does seem like we may be getting is about it soon that's the latest reporting alright just quickly whenever you headline crossing the Bloomberg terminal president trump suing to block the house from getting his state tax returns that's following some action here in the New York State Legislature black that opened up the possibility for that president trump suing to block the house of representatives the US house of representatives from getting the New York state tax returns what more on that as we go along so Ellen let's talk about this because I mean the first find talk to us about the types of investments are they're the kind of money that's often can actually make in a company and what kind of returns how do we know about it that gives it kind of leverage to start a second fund yeah so the first vision fund has been a massive deployer venture capital completely reshape being some of the valuation so we've been Sam in the valley some of its biggest investments include uber which not public and we work in which it has put more than ten billion dollars I believe a serious financial forms over the last two years ash they started investing and we work in twenty seventeen so single handedly the vision fund and other softbank capital can change the valuation of up to the company that they've decided to sort of make as the king of a particular industry so their strategy tends to be to look at an industry say food delivery and decide okay we want to make one of these companies really equipped to wipe out all the other ones and we're going to give them hundreds of millions of dollars if not billions and that is going to be their strategy to proceed forward it's often about growth growth growth in food delivery for example they have put a bunch of money behind door dash and you've seen in the last year during rush is actually moved up the ranks in prevalence of food delivery and and often outstripping other competitors such as post mates that's based on data that you can see from credit card transactions so it yeah they just they tend to exert a heavy hand well and it's interesting to as you point out I mean they they play the role of kingmaker not only owing to size but brand obviously so well known Masayoshi son I mean one of the things that's interesting here too is who's underneath it who's contributing here and you've got some of the names that were in before and presumably are coming back again tell us about that absolutely their biggest backer single backer for the first vision fun was the Saudi sovereign wealth fund put in something like forty five billion dollars it seems like that is anticipated to maybe be a major investor in the second vision fund along with the sovereign wealth fund Abu Dhabi is a big players who are very interested in getting access to some of the returns the division fund has already shown you know we reported that in June the the first vision fund you know my sushi son had already said that the returns are somewhere in the sixty percent range not even having to put all of the capital in the hundred billion dollar somewhere in the they've deployed something like sixty four billion dollars and today they're using that momentum you know it seems like they're using that momentum to then go out and maybe officially start fundraising for a second yeah makes it easier right when you can show this return I do wonder about though the ability for Masayoshi son with the vision find to kind of squeeze out other smaller tech investors because his ability to put so much money behind a company does you know drive up their valuations really has kind of upended the I feel like the investment space and so in the venture space yeah and it we've seen a fax you know we're companies talk about like you know masa comes in and says I would like to give you or you know invest I'd like to buy a four hundred million dollars worth of equity and maybe the company was only looking for half that but the check often comes with a take it or leave it sense so so you see start ups who are maybe not even looking to grow quite as quickly don't must have known for having this incredibly ambitious vision on how quickly companies can grow this is something that that we work COS talked about you know he would lay out his vision of mosses okay dream ten times bigger and and and you can see that a factor also softbank would often come in and write checks that were even larger than the companies had been anticipating raising hi and then yes it has effects on valuations while so many many other pieces have of like discussed maybe not openly but behind doors about the topic of fact evaluations going up there not being any space left in the round so they wanted to invest in it's just when you have something that's maybe an order of magnitude bigger than other funds you're gonna see effects that are are throwing the regular bounce out of whack Ellen Hugh it is started reporter for Bloomberg she joined us from our Bloomberg nine sixty studio and services go talking softbank police to announce a new technology vision find it's second that first one hundred billion dollars and is Alan really nicely laid out really up ending just the way the the investment yeah works in Silicon Valley and beyond a king maker for sure Wilson remember you put at twenty million into Ali Baba and last month the company recorded an eleven billion dollar profit from selling just part of the stakes so yeah those are some
Iran, Brian Clark Bolton And John Bolton discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Four national security adviser, John Bolton is traveling in the Mideast, and he is accusing Iran of recent attacks on oil tankers in the Persian Gulf. Here's correspondent Brian Clark Bolton did not offer evidence, but told journalists in Abu Dhabi that an alleged sabotage of four oil tankers off the coast of the UAE was a result of naval minds. He said replaced quote, almost certainly by Iran volt. Tunes long been a critic of Iran. He also said there had been a previously unknown attempt
"abu dhabi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"And Abu Dhabi at the beginning. Just over an hour from now, it's the first ever people mass in the UAE one hundred thirty five thousand people are expected to attend a Monday, the PLO though, pope met with Muslim leaders, urging them to work together with Christians to promote peace and reject war might be a sleepless night for people living along the kankakee river in Illinois, a seven mile long ice jam threatens to spill the river over its banks near Wilmington, Illinois. That's about an hour's drive south west of Chicago residents along the river being told to be ready to evacuate at a moment's notice. To do necessary as place, I've merged spiders at unnecessary risk. You know, we're prepared to do we have to do. But if we can get them out of there to where we don't have to go get stranded, that'd it'd be a better case scenario to fire chief Todd Frizzell the trial of accused Mexican drug Lord, Juan El Chapo Guzman. Now in the hands of a New York jury day one of deliberations ended without a verdict from the jury they did have several questions in terms of what is and can be considered drug trafficking and are certain drugs that were discussed during the trial considered methamphetamine in all the jury is considering ten counts against El Chapo from money laundering to weapons charges. He faces life without parole. If he is convicted the judge in the case implored the jury to reach a verdict saying if they're discussion goes through the week he'd like them to deliberate on Friday normally not a day. The jury would meet in New York City Grenell. Scott, Fox News president talking about the economy. Over dinner Monday night with fed chair Jerome Powell, the president has been sharply critical of the Fed's recent monetary policy. Stocks closing higher on Monday. The Dow up one hundred seventy five points. The NASDAQ added eighty three S and P.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on Layovers
"Course of seat. It's an ad on. It's like it's not pre Mako, but you can make sure that the seat. Knicks us free for a slightly more money. Does mean they don't have enough people to fill their planes. Maybe. But at least it's a good idea for consumers for passengers I found that's since we are with that. How was your experience of Abu Dhabi another done? Man. I was expecting. I don't know what I was. I think I was expecting to buy or Doha I stepped off the plane, and I was like this. It is crappy. It is. It is super narrow tired old and dang parts. Yeah. I was I was shocked qualifying because I honestly I can't wait to go to zero. I'm sure it's going to be super futuristic and massive incredible. Like. Had loud need to make sure I get plenty ties. It was all crappy. I was really really surprised it is it is. And you can understand why I keep saying because you can see the new terminal with sits there they need to open it because this airport completely earn matches the experience of Eddie hod, which is really good. And then you arrive there you like what is going on? Here are the an airport from the eighties forgot to close or something. It's just like very very strange. It's a positive thing about it is that even though it's crammed with people, and because all the corridors super narrow keep like elbowing, everyone that you try to find a way that doesn't make sense. Even with that admitted still pretty fast to do a short connection. So it's not bad in the layout. Because you can't find your way you were departing in lending. So it's a different in Tillerson the second, but as a layover airport if you have an hour connection, it's more than feasible. Because this is not that big. And even though there's a lot of people you'll be fine. So at least I will give it that. Yes. Some other. So how was your arrival and be parting situation. I mean, it was fine. I had one of the fast track immigration passes that they give business class and first class passengers I don't know if they do it on every airline, but certainly anti had they did. And I'm very glad they did. Did you have to negate with a person I had to go through a person there were two desks and the regular non-priority or premium mortar? You wanna call it line was long and moving very slowly. So I'm glad I did and the immigration people were very friendly. Are remember I said what I did my stopover on the way back from Australia. And I went to see the Lou the are super friendly because sometimes into by by their they have they're very fierce. But I always joking with the guys Dubai too. But yeah, they virtually went in and I had someone to meeting me. And I was actually also surprised how far out the airport is from redoubled self, and I had a very cool time in Dahbi again. It was not what I was expecting as a as a place either. It was much more. Sedate but not in a negative way. Compared to I like it. I got to go to the to the qualifying for the grand prix, which was fun. My god. Some so got to see the. Aerial display team who were phenomenal really close as well. And then did a fly by with aids radio, which was kind of cool all the stuff that would never happen. Never in many countries. You're regulation. You have like a three eighty over your head year. Right. None of that was gonna happen. So yeah, it was good. And then going back like I said, I got there really early because I wanted to explore the airport, and what is. And really take advantage of that. So they aren't good at you have got dedicated business class and first class check in desks and priority security, so that was all that was very easy and fast, you're out in the crappy airport. It's true that when you say that. Yeah. You actually write your rive in the experience is very first class e you belt into the airport, and he goes back to the what's going on here. The the lounge you've experienced allowance to business class. It's not great. It's okay. It's almost I don't know if you agree with me almost feels like they know they have the new terminal so the not gonna invest a lot because. The other one still is. The is not that great either..
"abu dhabi" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Do you do? What do you say to someone? If you only had a few minutes to take something what would it be? Think about it as you walk through your house today, maybe even make your own Meshiah bag because God willing is coming. There's ever a chance fix all these problems that we were experiencing in our world. Maybe that's the answer. But what are you putting your back? Take a look around. Start thinking about that. I'll tell you another inspiring thing that I saw this. I love everyone knows how much I love Israel, nothing greater than Israel and this past week Israel. Israel was an Abu Dhabi and Israel, the state of Israel won gold in judo competition. That's right last week. Israeli judo starts Sigy Mookie Sagis nicest Rayleigh made history as he stood on the winner's podium at the Abu Dhabi grand prix with his Goldman flashing lights. Best part was as the Israeli national anthem was being played, ladies and gentlemen. That was the first time these Rayleigh national anthem was being played in an Arab country. An Arab country that officially does not recognize the state of Israel's right to exist. I want to tell you something that's e- told. H. In a interview something so special when they asked him what was it like what was it like to compete in? Abu Dhabi wanna know what he said he says it was so special what an incredible opportunity because when he won the bronze medal in the same competition three years ago in two thousand fifteen they refused to let him compete under the Israeli flag. Instead he had to wear International Judo Federation kit. This was the first time he was able to compete under these rarely flag. And as a result he felt a huge lift of motivation completely motivated. Unfortunately, because of the politics that some of these countries have with Israel, the fact that many of them don't recognize Israel. You know, even even Israel's right to exist. He loves to compete for Israel. He loves to fight for his country. When asked did he feel the weight of the world on his shoulders or the Jewish world? And the answer was of course on the road to the final. He had won all his fights. By what they call a judo knockout move. The phone, but in the final he was definitely much more cautious. You felt so focused. He didn't rush, and he waited for extra time for they call the golden time were single move can win the match when.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"We had hall of Famer Lita go out and announced the rebranding of the divas division to the women's division. She unveiled a new championship belt that was more akin to the men's but still very feminine and announce that are women would now be called superstars same as the men. And since that time are women have been more regularly, headlining and main eventing, our paper views and live events, we signed rowdy, Ronda Rousey, you know, one of the world's greatest athletes, male or female, we've heard her. Yeah. And and this past December in Abu Dhabi for the first time ever our women were allowed to compete and during their match. It was a women's championship match with Sasha banks and Alexa, bliss a champ broke out in the arena, men and women chanting. This is hope in Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi. This is hope and there were tears in the eyes of little girls in the front row. And that's what this women's evolution is all about. That's how meaningful it is for us to now have this event. This Sunday at Nassau Coliseum. It is a true. Evolution in our business, and hopefully Representative of change in the world. So triple h from the guy's perspective in the organization how what's the buzz like what is it all positive? It's an all just yes, yes. Yeah. They love it. I think you know, as time we're changing just prior to a Steph talked about the hashtag coming out of give divas a chance. We'd kind of seen that shift coming as you saw it in the world little bits and pieces of things coming and we started to train the women differently down in Florida and our performance center and different levels of athletes. You're coming in and policy himself short. I mean, he really pushed for this change. He started recruiting elite athletes all over the world, male and female. He started training are women the same as men and giving them the same opportunities to cut you off. Should should hire. Her. You should send him an invoice. That's that's later. But show I think for the guys it really as that opportunity if they hadn't seen it already as that opportunity presented itself to the women, and they kept knocking it out of the park every single time. You started to see guys. But to me, the true shift is when guys start to watch the women's matches going like, oh, man, I guess dip game. Yeah. And you clearly saw that shift starting to happen. I watched main event guys sit at an takeovers, which are pay per view at the time for our inex- brand, sit and watch a women's match go down to the main event knowing that they had to work the next day at summer slam and come in the back like, oh, my I'm going to be up all night trying to figure this out because he saw the shift happening within organizations without a doubt. I think that's where it is. Now is there's no with most of the male. There's no difference. They're not looking at going to Got match. a match, and then we're up after that or something just looking at it everything on the card doesn't matter. Male female doesn't matter. It's all it's all a big family and everybody works together Debbie being team. But there's competitiveness of who's going to have the match of the night. And all that..
"abu dhabi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I think the line in this story minnesota is this is that you took a kicking the the other night so society arabia took a kicking in the football but they didn't take kicking it stalks this this in the gt library and of course what this is about is the money flowing into stocks but yours is a bone world if i look at the two sides of this table you've got saudi taking money from the stalk side russia on the other hand of course it's a very different story it is the msci we waiting this week but you say that there is a big differential in terms of what's going on between the bond and the equity market flows for sure i mean the the triple head of us tightening wising rates quantitative tidning and also us credit supply is putting a bit of a squeeze on emerging market liquidity and there's actually a report on a couple of days ago from the imf that show that they've been outflow from emerging market bond funds for first time in eighteen months i think you saw like six or seven billion outflow definite inflection point there and when they when you look at the breakdown actually you saw outflows from saudi and abu dhabi as well within those outflows so a bit of a shifting picture between detonate quincy and all of that brings us back to the credit perspective levine look at the flow of money i mean by the way there's decided school card in terms of flow of money out of russia into saudi arabia on the other side if we talk about the perspective of what the flow of money is in regards to credit spreads i think the average credits by j p morgan man it's about two point six four percent two point six two point six eight percent two point three one percent so you are seeing the possibility with the fed hiking oil prices trying to find a base what was that.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As soon as possible and to me so we expect to the well sola needed that we have now leave spain the morning but because everybody was so we were not able through shredding setting many in the morning confusion now all the yes all the did some of these on meeting the coalition everything the king asking for the the brand new and we all have volunteer mohammed they're clarifying a few points and saying that t expects to be sworn in as prime minister by five pm today also underscoring the urgency of pushing ahead and not losing any time the markets live team put out a note just a couple of hours ago and they're saying the malaysian investors will have brighter longterm prospects after the surprise election results even if it means enduring nearterm jitters nfl and inequities we'll keep a close eye on that speech for you but let's cross back to this part of the world and talk about abu dhabi donna investment company to do bigger deals scout for investments more widely spread its presence over more industries after a recent time was another local fund doubled in size co mubarak spoke with bloomberg's erik shots new york it's about scale and it's about being able to create global champions and as abu dhabi we've had in the past four sovereign funds effectively for major something funds idea being the largest and historically the most successful sovereign fund that will be as created the continues to be really the backbone of of these investment strategy the other three vehicles that had were movado high pick and the investment council attic and by combining the three which eve a scale that makes us far more competitive and they make us give us a balance sheet that is conservative considerably strong gives us the ability to to grow in a more effective way and really consolidates an investment strategy that that was conducted through three different vehicles by one and that's what we're doing right now you will just say larger deals larger investments.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on MIX 104.1
"For you can't hear ceiling beyond ever had given mentoring non i will you kick kennedy out of this studio please budget a hollywood you may beat it at five five golds jiffy crisis gabbara gary scott yourself one hundred dollars we will retire still consider lost getty's now stepped into that soundproof booth next our studio we call that the deathly hollows uttered sixty lost his one thousand seven hundred thirty two waves question abroad t r l officially returned to mtv this week what does trl stand for total requests wokv what's number two mark cuban is purely considering a potential presidential rod he owns which type of professional sports team uh rapture fall the maverick question over three alicia silverstone forty one today was clueless released in 1990 or 1995 95 questionable fork keep cottrell as denying that her diva demand suddenly put an end to in the city three sancti never wanted to do it and she's mad at sarah jessica parker for letting her take the heat it sex in the city to did the women travel to mumbai or abu dhabi uh abu dhabi question for five george borbidge's challeged even skull to a fight okay is this the midnineties i'd although he said i challenge you one are wide i use boxy you can use whatever ten rounds in vegas no word back from seagal yet cure false over one hundred million george foreman girls have been sold since its inception true or false through okay let hick heavy back in the studio please patrick from drake is not messner brown kelley all right bring it he got five out of five holy cow eight done been brought have been brought in that is true right kennedy turn a logged hodgson's we've had a contest a gift five out of five has been a minute if you forget how this works on not i tell you which once you got right or wrong kennedy like that it adds to the suspense question abroad url officially returned to mtv this week what does t r l stand for what a request live questionable to mark cuban is apparently considering the potential presidential run he owns which type of professional sports team uh best question over three alicia silverstone forty one today was clueless released it 1998 or 1995 terrific you can off your hit i'm going to say 95.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"Abu dhabi uh the people in abu dhabi built the hospital uh they pay our salaries and they pay us consoling in management fee that money is coming back to cleveland uh to be reinvested in the urban session we are using our intellectual capital overseas to benefit northeast ohio now if you look at the the health care of you look at the world what is the world want from united states they want our investments there wore our of entertainment they want our graduate education they don't liar steel and they want our healthcare ugh this is an opportunity in we're the probably one of the very few organisations in the world the hiv used that to invest our time and effort in intellectual capital uh and bring back returns to the united states i think it's a it's a very good use of our efforts and i think we've got opportunities to the lots more than one flipping that around a little that there has been so much focus at the highest levels of government about steel and mining and bringing back the manufacturing sector when the economic engine increasingly is healthcare and just little where the jobs are and what is growing what is being nests in washington about the reality of an economy like cleveland in pittsburgh and kind of the rest of the midwest while i think one of the things that you the eu of realize if you go rogue united states is that health care is probably the biggest employer in almost every city in the united states.
"abu dhabi" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"To abu dhabi abbey four times the documents the lawyers the cash that it took to spring him from that united arab emirates prison in the middle of the desert banned the family recently lost their mother mats mom died and so nicole the sister the mom died the funeral services this sunday by coincidence the matt will be home for his freeing were told had nothing to do with the fact that his mom recently died that seventy five thousand dollars and bills seventy thousand dollars to get mad freed they're having a benefit for mad it's called the benefit for matty g it's at the nomad world pub in milwaukee it's this sunday it's noontomidnight all sorts of bans all sorts of entertainment all sorts of food if you'd like to be there to help offset some of these incredible bills that the family has racked up and meet matt met were told his back and we will be working hard to get map gonzales on the show next week i would love to hear what it's like in abu dhabi prison in the middle of the desert i was in abu dhabi just about a month and a half ago can't imagine what that's nary a must be like if you're an american being held history 25 at wtmj news about your money here's tony drake with the wtmj drake and associates market update us equities triggered mostly higher today as energy stocks tried to knock off the week so off it's been pretty tall after mocked the market down has been a lot of healthy rotation within sectors between ernie seasons the sp five hundred rose quarter percent as energy game point four percent energy starch came when a rowdy session martagov wardei losing streak as group prices fell on oversupply concerns us soil future for august delivery about point four percent tilt forty two nine ninetyfour barrel after the decline in a market us output composite that hit a threemonth low pushing the dollar lower and lifting group prices the dow jones industrial average hovered around the flat line with boeing contributing to most of the gains and home depot to most losses the nasdaq composite traded the half a percent.