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‘Death To 2020’: Samuel L. Jackson, Lisa Kudrow, Leslie Jones Join Charlie Brooker’s Netflix Comedy Event Special
"Is working on a fake documentary about what a horrible year it's been. It's called Death to 2020, and it's being made by the people behind that. Awesome. Syria's that everybody loves called Black Mirror. Oh, yeah, it's described as a comedy event that tells the story of the dreadful year that Woz and perhaps still is. They're calling it a landmark landmark. Listen, I moved to Boston What they're calling it a landmark documentary style special that is weaving together some of the world's most renowned voices with real life archival footage that spanning the last 12 months we got Hugh Grant in this Samuel L. Jackson, Lisa Kodro. Leslie Jones, Komal non Johnny, We've got Tracy Allman. Joe Carey from Stranger Things Thieve with the good hair way don't know when it's got a release date, but maybe we'll look for the teaser for that, so we could get a little little sampling of what they've got in mind.
Nearly 70 million votes cast, marking record early turnout
"In Nebraska. We could go until the election more than 66 million Americans already voted. NPR's Gregg Allman reports. It's the most ballots ever cast in early voting. Because of the Corona virus. Nearly all states expanded early voting opportunities and mail or absentee ballots. The number of ballots cast already is close to half of the total votes recorded in 2016 early vote. Expert Michael McDonald, the University of Florida says that in Texas, the tally is already more than 80% of the total vote in the last presidential election in states that released the information, Democratic voters have run up a big lead in mail ballots. But in Florida and other key states Republicans air now outpacing Democrats and in person early voting, MacDonald says the U. S is on a pace to see at least 150 million votes cast in a 65% turnout.
Halo Infinite Devs Deny Claim That Halo TV Show Impacted Development
"Halo infants development has reportedly been hindered by outsourcing. This is during the Allman at. Who writes report has service suggesting halo infamous development in recent delay have been affected by outsourcing with the upcoming Halo TV show. Also apparently a significant distraction and investigative report to the turbulent development cycle of Halo infinite from theory alleges that a number of factors have contributed to the games trouble development and eventual delay from xbox series x console into twenty twenty. One one major factor in infamous delay supposedly stems from the fact that a significant portion of the game is being outsourced to third party contractors. This is standard practice in the games industry especially in triple A, but in infants case report suggests that the level of outsourcing has been. Unusually high and the coordination between the many different companies contributing to infinite has been rough at best through source claims that the outsourcing was a higher ratio typical studio undertakes during development, which has led to communication and collaboration headaches for three four, three industries. Apparently, the three twenty, nineteen trailer for Halo. Incident was outsourced while the game was not in a playable state which oversold expectations were hit for infamous leader Demos the report suggests that the marketing and Engineering Teams Behind Louisville had been on two different planets which has also led to issues in messaging the game. The throughout report also dwells on the departure of high profile creatives such Tim Longo. As a reason for the turmoil both were creative directors who left three-for-three industries and twenty nineteen. The recent rumor that the game was going to ship with multiplayer and campaign as separate entities is also corroborated with the report suggesting that that this came under consideration as a means to meet the holiday twenty, twenty deadline as well as the issues with outsourcing. One source told theorized that long just dating Halo TV series has been a significant distraction for three four, three management according to the unnamed source the show has been. Taking their priority instead of focusing on making sure devolving progress is on the right path to reaching its targeted deadline and quote
"allman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Gregg Allman Gregg Allman, the most famous entertainer to come out of the total beaches music scene of the 19 sixties. Toyota Hollywood glamour. Born in Tennessee but raised by his mother in Daytona, fallen was a talented vocalists in Keyboardists, who founded the Allman Brothers band with his brother and had already fallen from the pinnacle of rock started when it was announced he had married entertainer share in a quick Las Vegas cerebral. They stayed together for more years, had a child Elijah Blue Almond and cut a horrendous album together called to the Hard Way. July 2nd, 1961. Key West icon Ernest Hemingway dies. Rats live on Ernest Hemingway knew how to have a good time after visiting us for the first time with his wife, Pauline, America's favorite Good times offer was couple rented an apartment and a house for a couple years. Collins wealthy Uncle Gus, help them by a large house at 907 Whitehead Street, Spanish colonial House was built in the 18 fifties and now operates as a museum, one of the island's most popular tourist destinations. You have one. Dr Bernardi, This is Norm Evans. I prayed to the dolphins in the sea oak. Anyway, I was just calling to say thank you to you again because I'm feeling great. No more factor. Neck problems after all these years, and I'm doing well, thanks to you. I just wanted to say thank you. But, you know, I was thinking about you and I always do. Okay. God bless you. And keep up the good work banalities succeeds where others fail. Tell your smart device to play W f Ella on I Heart radio. This is news radio. W f l A thiss is I want to get into this little cove. It controversy involving masks in just a minute, and I had a whole bunch of people over the last few days. Forward me, you two video that's circulating and I got to address it. What is it? I'll tell you in just a matter of moments that I wanted to finish up here on the Supreme Court. Only need is a minute or so on Chief Justice John Roberts and swinging the 5 to 4 decision. Tossing out the law in Louisiana regarding limiting the abortion clinics. The one location With stringent guidelines, effectively shutting down abortions in the entire state. Of Louisiana, and if he was joining us just talking about how the chief Justice John Roberts has sided with the liberal Side of the court for a number of recent rulings here, but also keep in mind that on the LGBT Q rolling and protections that also Neil Gorsuch also Was on that side. And that brought the 6 to 3 decision on that particular ruling the Trump tax issues coming down the pike soon that's going to be a fascinating case, Toe watch, and the question is if it does not go in Trump's direction. With Congress and also New York state wanted to get their hands on Trump's tax returns. You know, Trump is going to go ballistic. We could see the most angry ballistic president Trump we've ever seen on Twitter, a cz we await the decision. On that case, but just wrapping up here and again. I've told you for a couple of weeks now, and I even went over this last week, eh? We got some big big decisions that are still pending. And, of course, Louisiana today was a A very big decision and on the heels of Dhaka on the heels of the LGBT L G b T Q ruling etcetera. And the whole dreamer issue So in the concurring opinion today, With the Louisiana case, this abortion ruling. I just wanted to share a sentence from Chief Justice John Roberts. And that said the Louisiana law imposes a burden on access to abortion Justus severe as that imposed by the Texas law. For the same reasons. Therefore, Louisiana's law cannot stand under our precedents. So with Texas as a precedent field again, Mohr procedural, it seems Then. Ideological And for some, they want to see the ideology for others. Well, however, the hell you get there, depending on what the case is and what your position is and and how the cookie actually crumbles. Some people subscribe to that. I don't care if we got to get there in a sloppy fashion. Long as we get there, and that's the philosophy of many anyway. This particular ruling was again another blow to the Trump administration's agenda, especially after you know, adding these to stall Ward conservatives. To the bench in Gorsuch and in Kavanaugh. As well, but but Baba Baba Baba, but remember that this could give the president Some ammunition heading into the November election, reminded conservatives Who? Maybe you're not happy with Trump personally. That the Supreme Court is all Tre important and the next opening Could.
"allman" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You enjoyed summer it's now fall fifty three degrees so remember to summer yes the somebody's actually do spontaneously we're would win was saying that yeah I heard were supposed to get a really hot summer yeah so with the Allman access what I've been hearing from everybody yes I think even couple weeks or last week when talking with Jason that's kind of we were talking a lot about air conditioning and and everything come out for the summer you could start anytime yeah right yeah which I'm fine I mean we've had a lot of rain and we've had decent amount of heat I don't know how often your Mohan but I'm all in for every four days yeah my sons are mon twelve you good good well yeah yeah grass for many many many many years yeah yeah so that's it's their turn now yep all right so we're trying to figure out we're having on between now and nine o'clock on our schedule was met Hafer from serve pro so maybe we got wires crossed around to figure that out so we've got a all points bulletin for math we had a different one of our partners call in but the schedule said it was math so we're going to see if we can hold to that otherwise you can put it to work at eight five five six one six one six twenty that's Yakima mortgage talk and text line at W. 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J. that said the new Berlin that's for Bobby's Hey Bob thanks for taking my call yes I I live in a condo in when it's been raining recently my sump pump is been just kind of drip and we come back into the house through the in the end cap of the output plate no I open that up and there's a whole set of great gravel in there and I said I texted me a picture of it is this like the white one there well I think that's a white rock that be exposed to diffuse the water that's pound or not right so do you think it's actually yeah was there was the right where the rocks in this the crack or do you think they're coming out of the pipe has water drink he sent in a picture but not a Bob he's like way over there he's he's far away from the second computer okay but yeah it's not like you're you're white stone yeah so sometimes they are not tracked will put some stone in to the bottom of the crack like Danny was saying so that when water spills into it it just so it's not splattering all over the place if it actually is coming out of the drain tile well then then you probably hear first question how old is the condo it's twenty five years old and the drain pipe goes out of the house underneath a patio and then we do I have no idea where it is the mentally drained out we can't find it I don't know whether the they have a site map of where it goes but I mean the gravel in the output I mean it's solid like a solid black in America and it's only like three feet into the pipe before it just is a solid block of gravel in it pulled some of that out no one do you know it could take forever so I don't know if there's easy way to get that out of there or is it something I need to call a plumber or what you know into our condo association and try to figure that out too right so you mentioned that just so I'm understanding the discharge pipe runs on outside on the patio is that the is that like the white PVC pipe from the pump go yep in out okay so that's your discharge and so the pipes going yeah to the cracker the black like black corrugated plastic pipe okay yes so in there under the rocks from no it's the output right the hope that helps after the poem yeah right put pipe going out underneath the patio that's full of gravel that one's full of gravel ETS you come over look at this okay yeah yeah Dave David is now this might play by play he's he's getting up and again WTMJ studios pretty large he's gonna come around the corner and I was looking at the thing that you sent in so that to me David looks like yeah right that's okay all right we're gonna get him back on microphone this is the magic of radio you didn't know you could be running today David okay so based on what you saw what he thinks so it if that does look like a white PVC pipe with the discharge boy eight the problem is so if the pipe is yeah okay now I think I'm getting it if that pipe is running under the patio then you don't know where the discharge end of it it does appear that maybe once the gravel is getting washed back into that discharge pipe do you have you noticed is that some pump run very often or at all yeah yeah it runs rarely I mean it works fairly well known you know I mean I can watch it thank you much feel the water filter kicks on and it pushes it out and and another that back so but enough pressure on the word the end cap we took two weeks back into the basement yeah yeah so so something like that I was trying to think if there was gonna be a foundation contractor plumber I think you need a plumber a plumber that also does lake sewer lateral type cleaning you know they take with has the ability to clear pipes that with a snake or something right now to try to clear that out so I would I would go with the plumber and that okay rise right here in west Dallas would be one that you can mention maybe milestone plumbing in moto so.
Who Was Karl Marx, and What Were His Philosophies?
"With glance at Karl. Marx's curriculum vitae says a lot economist philosopher journalist sociologist political theorist historian. Add to that socialist communist in the original meaning of the word and revolutionary and. That's just a start. Karl Heinrich Marx was one of the most respected minds of the nineteenth century. His meditations on how societies work and how they should work have informed and challenged humans for more than one hundred and fifty years. Yet to the uninitiated marks may be only a bushy mugged symbol of revolution the father of communism the hater of capitalism. He's considered by many especially in the West as the man whose ideas spurred authoritarian communist regimes in Russia China and beyond that again is selling the man short. Because it's not entirely right in his book Karl Marx. A nineteenth century life author. Jonathan Sperber wrote viewed positively. Marks is a far seeing profit social and economic developments an advocate of the emancipatory transformation of state and society from a negative point. Marks is one of those most responsible for the pernicious and features of the modern world. If nothing else marks was a keen observer of the human condition he was deep finger with bold ideas about how to make life better we spoke with Lawrence Talmon who teaches a course on marks and philosophy at the University of Chicago and is the CO author of a chapter on Marx and Marxism in the rootlets. Handbook of philosophy and Relativism domine said Marx himself was first and foremost kind of scientist. He was a student of reality but he himself struggled throughout the course of his career. How exactly to put his ideas to politics. It's important to note that despite his one time lofty standing in what was then the Soviet Union marks was born in tier in the Kingdom of Prussia in eighteen eighteen. That's what's now known. As the Rheinland area of western Germany. After the failed German Revolution of Eighteen. Forty eight marks fled to London where he eventually died in eighteen eighty three. He's buried beneath a large tomb in London's highgate cemetery. Inscribed with the words workers of all lands unite but marks grew up privileged the son of well off and liberal parents in an ancient town that had been racked for decades before his birth by Warren Revolution that upheaval cultural religious and political shaped his parents and was a big part of young. Marx's upbringing later marks attended universities studying law and philosophy where he became engaged to and later married a Prussian baroness it was well studied philosophy and law that marks introduced the works of German Philosopher Yard Ville Helm Friedrich. Hegel whose ideas he used to later. Form his take on Communism Marx began a career. As journalists early twenties writing for radical newspapers in Cologne and Paris the route he consorted with other liberal minded philosophers and by his mid twenties met and collaborated with one of the major influences in his life. Friedrich Engels it was angles who convinced marks that societies working class would be the instrument to fuel revolutions and bring about a more fair and just society in eighteen forty eight the to published a pamphlet. That would be the basis for a new political movement. The communist manifesto in eighteen eighty three after Marx's death engels summed up the main idea in the communist manifesto like this quote that economic production and the structure of society of every stoorikhel epoch necessarily arising therefrom constitute the foundation for the political and intellectual history of that epoch the consequently ever since the dissolution of the primeval communal ownership of land. All history has been a history of class struggles of struggles between exploited and exploiting between dominated and dominating classes at various stages of social evolution. That this struggle however has now reached a stage where the exploited and oppressed class. The proletariat can no longer emancipate itself from the class which exploits and oppresses it. The bourgeoisie without at the same time forever. Freeing the whole of society exploitation oppression and class struggles domine explained marks was always concerned to understand the real underlying causes of social phenomenon the events and institutions that kind of shape the social world marks wanted to kind of dig down beneath the appearances and see what was really going on early on in his career. He thought that the best arena to do that in was philosophy and then as time went on he transitioned more into the social sciences. What's most important about marks is that he very much had a kind of engineering mentality about society he wanted to know. What makes it work? And how if we want to change it do we change it. What are the levers that we have to pull? Marx's eighteen forty seven economics work capital a critique of political economy a takedown of capitalism that decried the exploitation of the working class crystallized debate one that continues today between the West's ruling social and economic theory capitalism and Marx's idea of communism too many. It's a fight that hits rich versus poor bourgeoisie versus proletariate ruling class versus workers. And it's even more than that to those who debate it. It's right versus wrong. An argument about the best path to a perfect society. But that of course is very simplistic and doesn't get Marx's thinking right the Allman said above all else the association the people have with marks is that he some Utopian Pie in the sky dreaming a perfect world that is free of all the nastiness we live in now really that couldn't be further from the truth. Marks had a kind of engineering mindset. He was probably of all the major figures in the history of political thought the most practical the most realistic he was the most concerned with what is really possible. In the real world what marks to find as communism boiled down society that produces goods only for human need not for profit and in which there is no master slave royalty peasants owner worker relationship and therefore no need to overthrow. Anybody certainly clashes with the materialism of capitalism. But it's a long way from what many today see is communism to after the Russian revolution of nineteen seventeen and later under Joseph Stalin's reign some of Marx's ideas along with those of Ladimir Lennon were used to build a new empire. Millions were killed along the way similarly millions died in China under the rule of Mao. Zedong's Communist Party domine acknowledged. It's hard to even talk about what marks out of communism without dragging in all the weight from Soviet Russia and Communist China and obviously a lot of people hold marks responsible for that or -tarian rules like Stalin's and malls were not what Marx had in. Mind it's important to note too. That Marx did not hate capitalism. He actually saw some virtue in the system. He saw it as a necessary precursor to communism and he envisioned some of the technological challenges automation unseating workers for example. That are true today. Domine explained marks was very impressed with the kind of progressive character of capitalism by forcing people from all different walks of life into the same workplaces capitalism. Kind of breaks down. The old divides between communities and so things like race and gender religion. Divide people less. The more people are forced to see each other as equals in the workplace. Marks recognized marveled at the economical and technical growth the capitalism begets and saw it as an improvement from previous societies. Later in life. Domin says mark suggested that a growth capitalism might be a way to move toward communism instead of all out revolution but he still saw communism with no master slave dynamic as the end goal in that way and in others. Marx's idea of communism was far from the atrocities that have been committed in the name of communism elsewhere and his ideas are still perhaps strangely many a beacon and a search for a better way of life in that this practical and deep thinker of the nineteenth century still has relevance in today's world. Dahlman said marks was so committed to giving a kind of rational criticism of everything not just the enemy but to himself in everything he was willing to criticize the old modes of life and show how capitalism kind of improved on them but he was also willing to criticize capitalism and show how we could foresee improvement coming in the future. That is still hopeful vision.
"My name is billy allman and I am a biology inspired storyteller and designer so I look at organisms in nature I get an understanding of how they innovate how they have an innovative and I look for opportunities to apply that to challenges at the human scale. Wow now I regret to say I I heard about you last year at the blackened design conference that goes on at Harvard Graduate School of design. You are on this panel with actually with two other people who've been on the show are Emelin Ciano and Jim Rome Harris. Yes so I know that the panel was about like equity and justice in technology and media. Remember you gave this example about a slime mold that I thought I was sitting in the back. Like wow that is really dope. How would you heard about the event before you spoke there? I've been trying to go to the event trying to attend the event since the first conference and my wife. Actually told me about opportunity when they started looking for speakers for the last conference so she actually reached out to them and said. Hey check out this guy named Billy Allman. You might be good for your conference and then they reach out to me with an inquiry about participating. Nice. Yeah I I mentioned before we saw record how your wife had. She reached out to me to like years and years ago about starting podcast. So that's dope that. She's been proactive in helping out like that. She's the most self actualized person I've ever met. It does wonders for my career. So I read where you refer to yourself as a bio mimicry advocate and practitioner. So of course I have to ask I feel like you probably get asked this on every podcast but what is bio mimicry? And how do you use it in your life? So bio mimicry comes from this term called biomet nieces which translates to imitate life and essentially. It's the idea of turning to nature for inspiration on how to solve problems if you think about the world in which we live in every single organism on this planet whether human or bacteria or mammals all of us have to deal with the same conditions of sunlight cyclical processes ebbs and flows in in resources competition. Environmental Factors that. Play into how we live our lives. And so when you think about the fact that we all experience these things and we think about the fact that a lot of these organisms have been around longer than we have. You start to see that. There's all of these existing methods and strategies for solving problems that exist in the natural world. And so what bio mimicry does is we study these organisms and then we find kind of the underlying tactic or strategy or function. That's at play at how these organisms are solving their problems. And then we apply that to parallel problems that humans face to give you an example. Velcro is an example of the Bio mimetic process at play the designer of Velcro. He was a Swiss gentleman who would take his dog for walks right and every time that he would come home he would find these little spherical seeds attached to the furthest dog so he took the seeds under his microscope and saw that there was these curly little hooks on the end of of each strand of the seed and he realized that this is a great way that this seed attached to animals curly little hooks and that became the inspiration for Velcro. So if you think about how velcro looks when you look at it up close. It's all of these little strands and curly strings on one side with I wish counterpart on the other so velcro came from the strategy of the C. Which is called a bird seed to attach to animals? In order to have the animals carry the seeds to locations where they might potentially grow. Oh interesting yeah. I've heard I've heard something about that with velcro now. Now there's I guess there's different types of Velcro. Now where the I guess the matting isn't as plush or the hooks aren't as deep but it is still based off of that same premise. Of of what you've seen in nature you're able to recreate that in like an industrial setting exactly so given that example like I feel like that's something we probably as kids just running around and field and stuff have like kind of instinctively picked up. You know you run around and you've got grass and all kinds of stuff stuck to your pants and your shirt and your hair or anything like that. When did you sort of I learn about bio mimicry? When did you? I know this was something that you were into. I actually came across by mimicry as result of Hurricane Katrina and by that I mean after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. I was architecture student at Howard University at the time and after the storm hit and after the manmade disaster that followed there was a lot of students. Obviously not only at Howard but around the world but at Howard. There are a lot of students who wanted to do something. Just how can we help about five hundred students from how university drove down to New Orleans and to the Gulf coast to just find ways to volunteer to help during our spring break and singing? What took place up. Close had like the most transformative experience. It was the most transformative experience I've ever had. Just witnessing you know people who look like you people who look like me in the conditions that that that disaster left that community and so as an architecture student I was just curious like how do we avoid this from happening. How do we create spaces and communities where this event is not taking place and especially knowing that climate change is not going away that you know especially coastal cities and people In low income neighborhoods are going to be? The most affected are the most affected by climate change. How do we prevent these kinds of things from happening again? And in in trying to find answers to that question I came across this book called Bio Mimicry. Innovation inspired by nature which was written by a woman named Janine Banias and after I read that like everything for me change. It became my my design philosophy. Nice so once you learn the well hold on. Let me switch gears a little bit because you mentioned climate change and here in Atlanta. We have a Museum of design here and twenty twenty. The theme that they have for this year is the Year of climate change. Actually by the time this episode airs there will actually be an exhibit there about bio mimicry is titled Learning From Nature. The future of design was developed in collaboration with the Bio Mimicry Institute. I'm really interested in checking that out because I heard about that right around the same time that I was at blackened design and I was like I need to learn more about this because the examples that you were giving during that panel talk really kind of inspired me to think about what are ways. That designers could possibly use nature for design for technology for creating more equitable futures. Which will get to you know later on in the conversation but I wanted to to mention that. So let's switch gears here a bit because you talked about Howard University so I wanna go back a little bit further than that. Where did you grow up? I was a military Brat. Growing up my dad was in the army and my mom worked for the Department of Defense and so I was born in Germany. I think we move back to the states when I was gonNA say like one. Maybe two bounced around several states. Texas lived in Georgia. A little bit lived in Maryland before I went to Howard lived in South Korea and then back to Germany. So just all over the place which was a fun experience especially when you get to come across kids who have like friends that they've known since they were like in diapers. And you know I have a new best friend every two years so that was always a fun experience growing up with all of that travelling in like seeing the country seeing the world. How did that shape you creatively? Oh man made everything possible. It told me that there's more options than I think right away. And and it kind of had all these different flavors to you know the mix of how you can create something new by just introducing a new or different perspective on what you're trying to do. Does that make sense now? That makes sense because it's sort of like that added. You can't be what you don't see. Yeah so like the fact that you're able to see all of these different experiences different people different cultures etc like that all feeds into. You know just kind of who you are. Yeah and I gotTa tell you if there was one thing that really stuck out to me about the experience of all that travelling as a as a young kid was just the value of exposure. I mean like you say you don't know what you don't know once you're exposed to something it just reintroduce you to another level of possibilities right so I can't emphasize enough. How much exposure even in a lot of the work that I'm doing now. How big of a role that place.
"allman" Discussed on Here & Now
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"allman" Discussed on Here & Now
"Those different experiences into their jobs with them. That's reporter Amelia Thompson. Do Vo with five thirty eight. She's part of the reporting project called when women right. Thank you for joining us. Thank you scraped off. Let's take a minute to look at the global spread of the corona virus more than one hundred and fourteen thousand cases have been reported worldwide along with more than four thousand deaths. The United Nations says the virus has disrupted education for more than three hundred million students including most recently Madrid Spain schools. There will close tomorrow. The virus is now present in every country in the European Union. Dublin has pulled its famous Saint Patrick's Day parade so has Boston by the way and Austria has tightened restrictions at its border with Italy. Italy has been hit the hardest of any country except China with more than nine thousand cases and over four hundred and fifty deaths doctors from northern Italy. Now warning medical equipment is in short supply so are healthy. Staff members meanwhile in China where the virus broke out the number of new infections has been slowing down and tens of thousands of infected people have now recovered and some events are going forward as planned. The surviving members of the allman brothers. Band will play a fiftieth anniversary concert at Madison Square Garden. Tonight in New York City at the center of the brothers. Sound was the late Dwayne Allman and his gold top guitar. The gold top is one of those iconic musical instruments like Jimi Hendrix white stratocaster and be King's Lucille instruments usually kept behind glass but as Georgia public broadcasting's grant Blakan ship. You're more likely to see the gold top live in onstage back in Twenty Sixteen Mike Mills and Robert mcduffie Ron Stage at the city auditorium and making Georgia. It was a break between movements in the hometown. Performance of the rocking chair. That mills the longtime bassist from the band. Rem wrote for his childhood friend mcduffie the world famous violinist and someone came on stage and put a true relic of rock and roll and mills hands. This is Duane allman guitar. I don't even know what to do with it. Put the instrument was in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven gold top les. Paul the belong to Duane Allman the lead guitarist of the allman brothers band and author of one of the most famous licks and guitar. History Mills was twelve. When Layla was a hit on the radio of course knew exactly what to do. Turns OUT ALMONDS GOLD-TOPPED? Itar shows up on stage pretty often. The proof is all over Youtube. There's Jason is males climbed from Wilco. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. There's Warren Haynes Zac Brown. The list goes on and on. So how does this happen? How does it guitar that arguably belongs in a museum keeps popping up on stage? Follow.
"allman" Discussed on Here & Now
"Is we need for here. And now I'm Jason Debris in Raleigh North Carolina markets are scrambling today trying their best to regain ground after the Dow's dizzying. Two thousand plus point drop yesterday. One Industry on edge is the heavily indebted. Us oil industry which saw prices drop yesterday to just thirty dollars a barrel at those prices. There is concerned that oil companies could start to default on debt payments and. It's actually not just oil. That people are worrying about. Economists are warning that defaults both corporate and personal now pose a danger to the economy. Robin Farzad is host of public. Radio's full disclosure. Robinson have you hello and companies are still reeling from this price drop yesterday. Marathon Oil said today. It's cutting spending by thirty percent. Bigger companies like Chevron announcing cuts to as Russia in Saudi Arabia seemed to be doubling down on this decision to increase their output which is a big reason why prices fell sharply yesterday. Remind US why the Russians and the Saudis are doing this again. Aren't they also hurting? From the corona virus demand yeah the Saudis who have the planet's lowest cost of extracting a barrel? I think it's about three dollars a barrel from the ground. They perceive this as the time to go in for the kill and steal market share. Not just from the Russians but back from the US oil patch and you know what hurting Iran even more in the process right now. It's kind of icing on the cake for Riyadh and this is bad as you say for. Us oil producers who even before the Corona virus were already pretty deeply in debt and that may be surprising to people who haven't been tracking this industry closely over the years. Give us some context. Yeah I mean since oil broke one hundred forty dollars a barrel in two thousand eight. It seems like ancient history now the US. I think by two thousand eighteen it road shale production to become an export for the first time I think in seventy five years but in that boom and with debt so cheap you had this surge of borrowing to build out and just keep the liquid flowing so what you have now is collapsing prices amid one too much oil to that. There's a worry that there's not enough coming in. Pay The interest on all that debt and so already Peter. Between two thousand fifteen and two thousand nineteen we saw about one hundred seventy five oil and gas companies in North America with debts of about one hundred billion seeking bankruptcy protection. So there's a fear that there's another leg down in what would happen if it does get worse. The big question I think right now it does get worse as what's the cry Uncle Mark for the price of oil for these upstarts in the Shell Oil Patch. I mean you talked about thirty thousand. Twenty five twenty lower and then what are the pain points that are gonna make default more likely and then you start asking the secondary and tertiary questions which regional or national banks have too much exposure to that right banks and we should be clear that it's not just oil? In fact. Experts are now worried that we are on the verge or could be on the verge of a corporate debt crisis. Explain what that is. This economy is broadly over leveraged. It's been about eleven year expansion. I saw Bloomberg statistic that calculates about one point three trillion of high yield bonds outstanding. They're also called junk bonds. That's up from seven hundred eighty six billion a decade ago quality credits like investment grade credit market is more than doubled to six trillion dollars over the same period. The words you're using you can't help but draw parallels to the financial crisis of two thousand and eight. We don't have a lot of time but I mean where does this potential problem lie in relation to that problem well interest rates are even lower now than they were in the teeth of the financial crisis and they well could go to zero or negative. So that's a very valuable buffer. But we don't yet know Peter. I mean no two successive financial crises have been Exactly the same and so we're going to see. Some of the bodies are buried where some terrible risks were taken as this as this pain continues in the markets. Greta Danoiel. Yeah..
Softbank's Vision Fund 2 stalls as key backers opt out
"Meanwhile we've got a real focus on softbank's earnings came out overnight and there is a question just about their governance structure the relationship is going to be with Elliott management wishes took an important purchase of shares in softbank but really for a lot of investors the focus is on the vision fund which has been in one of the biggest drivers evaluations and silicon value it posted a loss a two billion dollar loss in the quarter how big of a deal is this at a time when there are a lot of questions about the we works and you know and and some of the other companies Airbnb which is gonna IPO later this year and and had a loss in the fourth quarter well I think it's fundamentally gets to Elliott's problem itself banks say your alley at having now taken a three billion dollars stake it's sort of view is that of division fun is that you're very small part of softbank's actual business and yes it consumes a hundred percent of the oxygen that whenever we talk about softbank we don't we seldom you name mention his name without mentioning the vision found in the same breath the reality in the most of its valuation concert steak and and Ali Baba it also has publicly stakes in it's sort of a part of us carrier in Japan's softbank easy sign my ball carry it in Japan it also has stakes in you know Allman a bunch of other companies and the value of their stakes is perhaps two hundred seventy billion dollars that is significantly more than the act the value of softbank itself and yet did one of the and and and the one the reasons for that discount is actually because people look at the the the hate cops and the snafu of of of we what and they think of next this company has Sirius corporate governance issues what moron and telling us how do you know if people are listening we thank them for listening all the time rate Alex do they have any transparency on this this massively opaque company I mean does anybody really know what softbank's accounting is known and that's what I'm increasingly someone says something to his feet hurt but on but ultimate that is one of the things that rule say complaining about the good will the bed will the LX web will whatever you want to call it does anybody really understand the intangibles involved here it certainly a big office into one of the criticisms is that a lot of people within softbank of people came out of Deutsche Bank I'm responsible for structuring a lot of the the needed financial products they had in the run up to the crisis and the people that if people have been quick to draw comparisons between the two that's why Ellie is also for better transparency I think isn't Saudi fat to mom do you know there is one criticism is that the it for argument's sake let's not quite clear that they do this but an occasion is that they you know you invest in a company what is valued at billion and you throw in two hundred million to an eighteen months later you invest in the same boat company at a four billion valuation but you any during fifty million all of a sudden a hundred fifty million valuation one fifty million investment has become part four hundred fifty million in book value on this pretty hard now the something would offend this by saying well there are other investors to invest the same valuation at a later date but it doesn't always smell right and that has some seems to pop common stock in some of these investments not least we work and Elliott sang body just constant on the main business use of capital to buy back the note on the pin the value of the property traded stock you have in Japan and that's a fall but a way of generating turns your existing investor base time adjuster this happy unrealized gain on investments at the vision find shrink a five point two billion dollars which is less than a third of the paper profit that softbank every six months ago those who have thank you
"allman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On the air helping Allman proves across the country make those homes the special places that we all want them to be if there's a project that will connect you with your house it will make it more comfortable make it more spacious make it more organized that we can help you with this call right now at one eight eight eight money back because that's what we do right now I've got curtain North Carolina line is working on a restoration tells about the project I've got a two by six floor choice Danny fifteen seed and I'd like to know if I rip some three quarter inch plywood and sister it up against the two by six is influence through it that that would be sufficient my crawl space has dance under the floor and I want to see all of them but I read it does it need cross ventilation it's an old school and I put six meal time only on the ground your thoughts please well first of all in terms of beefing up the floor choices so string the floor joists by doubling them I don't necessarily think I would use plywood on them I would double the well I mean to me to be flimsy but the thing is if you want to search for a floor joists and help support it you need to go from bearing point to bearing point so if it's going from a girder to an exterior wall the sister being has to go the same way you know another thing that you could do is you could run another girder at the mid point of that fifteen feet from end to end now it doesn't necessarily have to be has to be as strong as the main guard for the house because you're really just taking the flex out of it so if you poured a small footing underneath it you know it just got something in there to kind of step on the floor that we take the bounce out right yeah I thought about that on the main floor but my second story I didn't want to you know like put a glue lam and I only have like seventy five beach is really nice instant so either doubling them is a solution as well as using a mid span girder all right information you welcome Kerr thanks so much for calling us at eight eight eight money pit well with an economy really dictating that more people improve then move all orders are getting creative with ways to get the most out of their homes yeah and what idea is to turn one big room into two smaller rooms by building what's called a partition wall no it's fairly be sectors of project that you can do with just a few steps first off many times in fact most the time those partition walls are non load bearing walls which is great they're just used to separate living space they usually bills one home was initially constructed but they can easily be added after the fact just sort of did beat up the space if you keep a few things in mind before jumping in now here are a few things that you've got to keep in mind before you do jump and now before you divide that room we want to make sure that once you create those two new half that everybody can get in and out in an equal and sort of fair way you don't want somebody walking into one room to get to the other so you've got a you know if you need to add a second entry door whatever you've got to do just make sure everybody's got an equal and fair way to get inside also you want to keep your home's value in mind you're not going to instantly improve your home's value by changing a two bedroom house into a three bedroom home if one of those rooms is divided in fact dividing that room can actually decrease the home value if it isn't consistent with all those other three bedroom homes that are available in the area and you've also got to think about all the mechanical systems that go into the house don't forget to consider things like the heating the cooling electrical wiring want to make sure that everything is gonna equally serve both sides of this newly divided room and then watch out for things like light switches and they're wired to a ceiling fixture outlet you might need to require them is that both sides of the newly divided room can you know independently control whatever fixtures are outlets they need to yup now finally if you think you're losing ahead here and you think that maybe you want to convert the space back to one full size room in the future like maybe you're just doing it now because the kids are young but perhaps that's a point in the future maybe even if you want to sell the house you sort of have taken away from the value by no hacking up a room that normally wouldn't be quite so small well just think about that now everything you put together can be taken apart just make sure that when you're assembling use screws right I mean don't use nails use screws were all together on the framing side I mean for the dry wall obviously you can turn out but if you screw the framing together you could easily unscrew it so you can put it right on top of the floor I've seen partition walls on top of existing hardwood floors underneath finish drywall ceilings but just screwed together with long case hardened drywall screws that everybody uses for framing and such construction today and then you can disassemble it when it's time to restore the room to it's former size Sander in South Dakota has a question about tile flooring we help you with your project we bought a house that was built in seventy eight and I don't think it's been updated since then and one of our my redo with my bathroom all right and I've been wondering I don't know whether I should gold porcelain or ceramic or I'm stuck on what type of tile I should use okay so I see here that you told our screener that you want to tile that can hold up to cats dogs and kids yeah either porcelain or ceramic will work for porcelain will be very expensive for you and and ceramic tile there's so many options and as long as you get a group glazed tile and that.
"allman" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"One two four three my FM our guest this actor crystal share some stories what's the strangest thing you've seen a fellow actor to to get into character I've seen someone get like wine drunk like fall down drunk that was pretty necessary can we talk about now yeah I'll just say it was an independent movie the the actor in and story in question got very very drunk because his character was very very drunk and he had forgotten that we were acting well when you need to play drunk you don't get hammered you just act like you're drunk that's happened to me multiple times with other actors with other acne myths Allman yes yeah exactly the bigger transgressions for me where other things okay that was the least of their sins yes these stories that were not telling would make great power season then has to be so annoying looking here okay cast on your arm and there's an itch yeah and it's like it's unimportant he put the thing is that it is important it is when that what is that H. what is the age when you when when you no longer have to filter anything that comes out of your mouth medical for me like seventy four seventy four yeah yeah yeah I think that's fair I'll be playing like Grammy yeah and you can say all kinds of weird offensive exactly and nobody will know whom and talking about the arms beat her make up like mad like right I lived through mail saying hello on a crisp go over some of their best and worst jobs that you had before acting and you like to add that much okay so worst job outside of the industry down Sir would you let me in yes you would yeah thank you I don't know if we should gosh.
The Special Delivery Podcast with Hugh Bowman
"We'll champion jockey die young fellow that grew up Donnie? Do we see Myron Your Power Jimin Mandy and lived on a bit of property now thirty on us to use a guy you get voted world champion Jockey to was that a surreal feeling to flaw in applying I've of the of the world and accept that trophy all songs I was yeah I didn't think a bit on gas really on Lean obviously that time off back of winks Korean that's interesting have the voting is done online obviously they pick the top one hundred group on writers What I nominate one hundred group one races as the top one hundred of outings don on that system and of course God winks win sort of I I it rises seven group once and then she came back and won the next ye so guide me a little bit of a saloon passage Gina the point scoring the apart from that they'll have a great I think two or three one winners in Hong Kong and of course that Japan cop at the end of the wasn't amazing evil clean I'll never forget it I mentioned you're thirty nine years if I do you have talked to reflect or just too busy seven days a week rice rotting and and rotting away may like winks you don't really get Tom to reflect as simple as that forget yesterday move onto the next day on very much looks forward not backwards anyway But I did tight Tom as we all know off two weeks as retirement to two months off we employees indeed and that did give me Tom to reflect not only on Wync spit on myself and my family and I think you know there was enforces might for myself in those closest to me other laws for we for that success to be able to happen and you know we won't get and later in the show but that's one of the reasons that Japan Cup win was you know very very special to me every will dive into wings a little bit later on but he started you apprenticeship with Rawson but Beth ninety seven you kicked in where you're a natural joke no it wasn't very far from it does natural horsemen natural raw reading how law I can remember the Pony Club from before school up until I define and up until the I just started right shorting really and at the idea of wells Lawson's windows fief doing in the school holidays and fortunately my parents had all the allman had a little bit of an association with Billy Ass Browse through through the eyes of when Neil Molly was trying and bill used erode from a grandfather father and he's waffling and trying to of course and was the leading trainer in the Central District at the Are Yeah I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to go with them and having billy as mentor and a God was instrumental in more development as a jockey because as I said it was very unnatural to me because I'd never had really any any experience in the professional sort of horseracing had Google's at the guy was fosters you could when you're young fellow on great holes for night absolutely tight control and bought with you but you can learn so much experiences remember I began with one and let it rip you thought all that adrenaline at the I was actually in the Paddick Moore other with 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the Atto side that's Moi that's more for the ball at the guys across the Bolo Tie and that's the that's it what you'd like to rob with your foot running wise APP Well to be honest when I'll start to do that that's had billy road and that's sad download to in the early days I think he ended up running these telling you towards the end but certainly when all star he had full for me on but was always instructed Nelin certain terms they're all Mahfoud foot me on and that's exactly what I did and when I moved to see me after being to successfully easy and buses Leeann and billy we moved to Sydney in all of these more chance to develop into one of the big voice started drawing McCowan the on how to hold stumble was also Tallinn's actually that it just stumbled at the four hundred million American rain we can call Aubert's Hayden are truly believe foof four foot in the on or wouldn't have fallen off it so after six weeks on the saw lawns mirthless six weeks hurt mnay that welcome back back in and of never changed that was it suits you and your stall he say you move from the country the city it's a big big landscape China for you and fast hard but um took two thousand and nine nine year two thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred ninety nine I should say in two thousand dollars rising seasons in two years year apprenticeship you become Laden apprentice you must have had great opportunities but made the most of it well how did great opportunity had a great granting hundred hundred wieners in the country opinion to Sydney to Rome Quinton in done in Raleigh June nineteen on as it was you just said and I had a great deal of experience but harm you had no country climbing provincial climbing to three kilo climate the city nail was the beneficiary of system charged with offenses which split the categories up to country provincial and city so a regained three kilo alantic provincials and obviously sustain the three kilo climate the country so that that guy I mean eighty winners decline that I wouldn't have had well it didn't have one on issues moved to Sydney so that that really opened the door for opportunity the deformity and yeah I'll think road at provincial Saturday meetings Kimmel Newcastle for four weeks once we got started within the ninety nine season and on the road three three trebles onto doubles and then of course the big boys went to Melbourne yep more opportunity in this in Sydney and had a great season winning the apprentices total exterior winners I think you might be able to help these sad Answer these questions what did we put apprentice on more Victoria and not in Sydney I think the cease to be different into the you've got more dominant China Zied me was even the case back then you had waterhouse and hawks dominating so if it suited them to use an apprentice I would but I tend to use the jockeys and that same sort of dominance has continued on in Sydney with a small number of China's dominating but also the realities the apprentices system in Victoria is far better than UCF wild north thing as much as writing ucs while I was gonNA heading every area that's one area that that all on the boards a working on but it certainly
Boris Johnson expects EU talks to replace Irish backstop plan
"Top stories European parliaments expected to issue a full response to Boris Johnsons new brexit offer later after years Brussels to cope compromise the prime minister wants to replace the converse large backstop which aims to prevent a hall border the D. P.'s welcome the plans the latest as they want support them on the beach chief negotiator Michelle bunny insist Brussels wants to find an agreement there is progress but to be from the roof of work do you need to be done to reach for you the three of evil the backstop. Walter o'reilly Konami found protecting the sugar market. and indeed Johnson's Guinness brief his cabinet Allman expense but also he's gonna dress parliament later today on the whole issue
Man arrested in Taylor Swift's beach house found barefoot, left shoes outside 'to be polite'
"Once again the man his broken into Taylor swift's Allman Rhode Island for this happened on Friday in the man was found inside the house with any shoes on told police he was trying to be polite he was always taught to take your shoes off when he entered into someone's
Understanding plant-based nutrition
"Dot drug thanks for joining us thank you very much for having me for what exactly is plant based nutrition Asian is a way of eating that is focused on eating whole foods for mostly plant derived so when I say whole foods I mean things that have not been process very much they're similar to you how you would find them you know in your garden so it includes like whole grains like brown raise even whole wheat which is a little bit processed vegetables like leafy greens fruits legumes which are things like peas and beans and then knocks and seeds and then there would be in a little to no animal products so much less focus on eating eating dairy and eating meat more focus on eating foods that come from plants do you think this is good this plant based diet is good for both adults and children I absolutely do I really can't think of any people who would not benefit from having a diet that's primarily focused on plant suits and so most of the nutrition research that have looked at the healthiest populations in the world when they look at where people live the longest and have the fewest number of chronic health problems like heart disease and diabetes those areas of the world where the diets are very focused on eating out a wide variety of foods that come from plants are really the healthiest and have the fewest health problems and live the longest doctor tell me a bit more about the health benefits of this type of diet sure if you're going to the grocery store you'll see there's a man a wide array of food available to us and a lot of the food in the grocery store are highly highly processed foods like becoming boxes they have a long list of ingredients I have a lot of chemical names and things that we don't even know really what they are and when you try it on you instead turn your focus on eating things where you really it's very simple to know what it is you know it's an orange or it's a piece of spinach you know when you're making a spinach salad you know what you're eating the benefits are that you're getting an incredible amount of nutrients so plant based foods are very very nutrient rich they have a lot of phytonutrients they have anti oxidants that are good for allowing your body to function at a higher level and work well and the antioxidants are helpful in terms of fighting cancers there are helpful in terms of keeping information down in the body while still providing the fuel and then the whole greens in the nuts and seeds the league games are good at providing you know long lasting energy that allows you to feel good throughout the day you have enough fuel for the tasks that you need to do you don't have those kind of peaks and valleys in your blood sugar and kind of filling up and down throughout the day those are some kind of short term benefits in the long term benefits would include significantly decreased risk of developing things like type two diabetes developing coronary artery disease and heart disease heart attacks and strokes several types of a lot actually many types of cancers you would have to decrease stress that diet is naturally high in fiber also which has a lot of benefits so and in addition to the nutrients that you're getting an anti oxidants and the anti inflammatory effects the fiber help to give you the sense of being full without adding calories so you end up eating you know a lower calorie diet and still still satisfied we're talking with doctor Lori hug she's a pediatrician with the SSM health medical group Dr hug as a pediatrician does a plant based diet differ in the way it looks for adults than it would for children there is a very good question in general it does not differ a lot but I will say where where the differences are are with very young kids like babies and kids under two years old they need more calorie rich foods because they're growing at a very rapid rate and they don't have the kind of you know reserves that older kids and adults have so you need to be parents would need to be a little bit more focused on ensuring that when their child is eating a plant based diet if they're under two that within those vegetables grains fruits legumes beans off there are high fat foods better calorie rich avocados are good one wall not not betters Allman brothers Pena fighters those kind of things that they need a little bit more fat and a little bit more calories for the amount of food that they're eating Pam older
"allman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Allman has Mister wells doesn't go back that far she the motion picture go back to pre well you must have been a a boy I remember the chic on the side of the street you do remember both of them and what time did you begin to remember things Mister well much more burden is when I began to forget how about this one see if you remember this is another movie plot she coverages default father's angry with suffocates in the closet is pursued by a band of crooks along the river bank flings herself this way and that and in the end she is killed by her own father don't be too effective gentleman can I get your that's two bonus tamale remember that all Mr well since my time the well is your memory goes back to the early period and almost embarrassingly heirlooms bone broken blossoms million member down twelve from dean yes broken blossoms delineation very fine picture day a lot of missed well it was a very fine picture was the first to sweet Griffith so first which would have that would you call on the train no I called how about this I would get them by makes the head of a happy house hold the slave of temptation and in spite of two attempts to return to his family he follows her to a point of degradation and finally dies collecting one of her garments this tomorrow must've been seeded bara as.
My interview with a hologram
"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Hey, it's Jefferson Graham with USA, you know, recently, I went to a recording studio in Los Angeles. Where I watched the ghost of the late singer ROY orbison sort of appear out of thin air like a ghost. And it was pretty weird. It was a hologram and the whole idea was that some tech savvy guys had figured out a way to recreate somebody who's been dead since nineteen eighty eight put him on a stage have him sing a bunch of songs in charge fifty to one hundred dollars for that who's buying? Let me tell you all about it on today's episode of talking tech. So last year a company called base hologram took ROY orbison on the road starting off in Europe where they sold out shows even at that steep ticket price he performed with the London Symphony Orchestra than they brought him to the United States and sales were so so I wonder why. By now, the organizers have not given up there doubling down and they're going to pair, ROY orbison. Whose course best known for sing songs. Like only the lonely and oh Pretty Woman with buddy, Holly. He's the guy also from the nineteen fifties. Best known for Peggy sue not fade away in many other songs. The two of them are going to share the Bill as holograms now. I personally wouldn't pay two dollars to see them in concert. It's an interesting technique. I applaud them for the technology. What they've been able to do this little ghost looks pretty lifelike. But it gets tiring after a few minutes and to each their own even if they wanna put Elvis and Marilyn Monroe James Dean holograms on tour if they wanna do great shows with bringing back the great Dwayne Allman Jimi Hendrix in having an all-star rock. Concert. I'm still going to watch the clips on YouTube instead of paying one hundred dollars to go. See what are your thoughts? Everyone would you pay hundred dollars to go. See it hologram. Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please great and review and subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio I will be back at you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of technology. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job and to actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.
News in Brief 9 January 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The UN backed Yemeni agreements to cease fighting around the country's main ports signed in Stockholm Sweden last December has led to a significant decrease in hostilities with both sides determines to find a comprehensive resolution to the conflict. This was the message from Martin Griffiths the special envoy of the UN secretary general for Yemen addressing the Security Council on Wednesday. He said that although there has been some violence in the city and governorate of data. It is very limited compared with levels before the summit in Sweden, and he expressed his hope for improved security in data and the opening of humanitarian routes. I'm grateful for the commitment on patients that both parties have shown since Stockholm progress on some of the issues has been gradual and indeed it somewhat tentative, but there is a tangible contribution to peace. There are. No-doubt many hurdles to be overcome in the days weeks and months ahead. But I would say here that the parties must not be diverted from their commitments. Mr. Griffiths added that he was under no illusions concerning the challenges. Yemenis face you to the war, which continues to have a terrible impact on the economy and overall humanitarian situation. The World Bank's new year. Message is not a cheery one the organization warned on Wednesday. That storm clouds brewing for the global economy with it's January global economic prospects report Allman ously, titled darkening skies, the study shows that international trade investment have softened trade tensions remain high and growth in a merging and developing economies is expected to remain flats in two thousand nineteen in addition global growth risks being even weaker than antiquated. Governments are advised to increase support for central Bank independence, ensure that the debt is sustainable and maintain adequate buffers to ride out economic downturns. And one hundred years ago mitt world struggling to deal with the often mouth of devastating global conflicts life in industrialized countries was marked by high levels of poverty, inequality and discrimination. The Mons for improved working conditions led to concerns that the social situation was explosive enough to lead to widespread revolution in Europe. These is led to the creation of the International Labor Organization or I L O, which is celebrating its Synteen year with a new interactive multimedia website unveiled on Wednesday. It takes us on a journey through the achievements of the organization from nineteen nineteen woods, advancing social Justice and promoting decent work. You can see the first chapter explaining the tripartite principle of uniting governments workers and employers and ILO dot org. Ford slash one hundred Conor Lennon U N news.
Investigators call for genocide prosecutions over slaughter of Rohingyas
"Failed to reunite more than five hundred migrant children taken from their parents by immigration officials. Then remember that one hundred million dollars donation to Newark public schools. For Mark Zuckerberg, a new investigation looks into where that money went and a high school teacher surprise hospital Bill for more than one hundred thousand dollars just kind of got real all of a sudden now eight year insurance isn't going to pay this.
Texas to execute convicted killer despite clemency plea by victim's family
"NewsRadio, twelve hundred, w away I Your Weather Channel forecast for this Tuesday cloudy skies. This morning we'll make waiver mainly sunny skies this afternoon a. High near a hundred right now mostly cloudy. Seventy seven degrees seven thirty two at NewsRadio twelve hundred w away I hope President Trump's announced shock waves appearing to question his own intelligence agencies findings at, Russia, meddled in the two thousand sixteen election and accepting Russian President Vladimir Putin's insistence. At Moscow didn't do it some of the president's closest advisers in most ardent supporters suggested it was a, huge mistake for the president to say that Newt Gingrich tweeting out last night quote President Trump. Must clarify his statements in Helsinki on our. Intelligence, system and Putin it is the most. Serious mistake of his presidency and must be. Corrected immediately just about the, same time the former speaker of the house released that tweet the president tweeted out from Air Force One I, have great confidence. In my intelligence people. However I also recognize that in order to build a brighter future we cannot. Exclusively focus on, the past as the world's two largest nuclear powers we. Must get along other Republicans blasted President Trump afterwards Senator Bob corker said it made us the. US look like a pushover and Senator John, McCain said it was one of the. Most disgraceful performances by an American president and memory police, now say that a. Man who was found shot to death inside an eastside home overnight was a wannabe home invader. Who has stopped in his tracks by a resident of the. Home police say the man was shot by. Another man inside it happened in thirty six hundred block of these Houston near the AT and t. center San Antonio killer Christopher young is said to be, executed, tonight for a two thousand four violent crime spree that began with a woman. Being carjacked and raped and ended with a southeast side convenience store owner being murdered the son of the, murder victim requested clemency for young DA Nicola hood says he's glad he didn't get it. Out. To that opinion but I do believe that. The Boarded the right thing by denying his request and there's. Nothing unjust about what's. Going to happen young never denied the. Crimes he just claimed he's a changed man since he's been on death row now that San Antonio has secured the two thousand twenty five final four there's major work that needs. To, be done Mayor Ron nurenberg says seven years from now visitors to San Antonio will see an even more impressive sports tourism destination the investment survey. Made the Alamo the river walk the hotels, downtown area they're all getting better than ever. Local organizers say fundraising for the twenty twenty-five final four also gets into high gear the city begins with one million dollars in donor money to help defray the costs of the championship series Morgan Montalvo NewsRadio twelve hundred w registered sex offender out on parole is the subject of a massive manhunt in Houston police believe the suspect Jose Gilbert though Rodriguez killed three people. In the past, week after he cut off his ankle monitor this individuals. Individual person interest in a minimal All three murders Allman Beijing and another aggravated assault, attempted murder that happened this morning With aggravated assault robbery of a. Metro bus driver Rodriguez has a known criminal record going back to nineteen eighty nine the president of the n. double ACP told the. Organization's national convention, in San Antonio that the United, States should consider making voting mandatory dare Johnson says many states are considering mandatory registration but, that. Doesn't go far enough, might be six percent of individuals in Australia vote compulsory voting we, are doing well if seventy percent of the population vote And that's, doing presidential elections in Australia they find you if you. Don't vote if you don't vote in Bolivia they can prevent. You from cashing your paycheck for. Three months tomorrow night former President Bill Clinton will be speaking to the, ACP or rates of liver cancer are on the rise according to a new government survey from the start of the millennium through 2016 liver cancer has grown from the ninth to the sixth. Leading cause of cancer death in the US though the rates for overall cancer death continues to decline the findings are published, by the National Center for health statistics it's a..
Greg Allman, Stephen Williams and Lauren Barth discussed on 24 Hour News
"Now at metro on newsradio nine fifty good afternoon i'm greg allman i'm brooke allen here's what's happening at four fifty this just in an e course man is charged after allegedly hitting an eight year old boy with his car and then taking off that child was killed twentysevenyearold stephen williams is expected to be arraigned this afternoon our lauren barth we'll have details in a live report at the top of the hour leaders of the senate veterans affairs committee have postponed the confirmation hearing of white house physician ronnie jackson president trump's pick to become secretary of veterans affairs allegations of surfaced of inappropriate behavior on the job including allegedly drinking at work and over prescribing prescription drugs sure i'm looking forward to getting back on track cbs news with the very latest in a live report at five o'clock things have to change if michigan wants to succeed in its economic turnaround as www newsradio nine fifty sandra neil reports that was the message today from the detroit economic club hemi dc chair doug rothwell says michigan has to do a better job at educating kids calling it a crisis statewide even the best school districts in michigan the percentage of our kids that are deemed to be college or career ready you would be appalled at forty percent fifty percent rothwell says michigan's poor rose are also playing a major role in stopping new business how would we expect to have businesses or people want to move here if it looks like we're not even taking care of our own house let alone the fact that in order for us to have safe drinking water in order for us to be able to move products and goods around in a global economy that these are absolutely critical to me it's an embarrassment well bridge the john recall says he doesn't believe residents should wait for their political leaders to solve the state's problems he says it needs to come from the grassroots sandra mcneill w w j newsradio nine fifty.
Lansing, Jeff Gilbert and Westland discussed on 24 Hour News
"And how's it look dave bowers one last shot at seeing some snow this season as an area of low pressure is going to be sailing by to our south here tonight what starts office some intermittent rain here the seething change is over to a little wet snow coding to a slushy an sean nine paved surfaces before it ends late a low about thirty three tomorrow clouds will break for some sun chilly breeze and a high of forty nine will drop back into the twenties tomorrow night under a clear sky at ended up friday it's a nice day cool but sunny fifty three degrees and lots of sunshine expected both saturday and sunday afternoon temperatures in the mid to upper fifties this accuweather meteorologist dave bowers on wj newsradio nine fifty thank you dave while after seeing some sunshine we are starting to see some clouds rolling in dearborn it's forty three in lansing fortyone in ann arbor forty four and cloudy and detroit metro it is partly cloudy and forty two traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eighth no before you go log on anytime w w j how on newsradio nine fifteen w w j good evening i'm gregg allman and i'm brooke allen here's what's happening at five fifty after two canceled appearances adult film star stormy daniels will officially perform detroit tonight she got her license to perform at the truth detroit gentlemen's club on eight mile road this afternoon president trump says cia director mike pompeo recently had a great meeting in north korea would leader kim jon on pompeo also nominated for secretary of state republican senator from kentucky rand paul though along with several democrats are out tonight saying they will oppose the nomination cbs news will have more in a live report at six o'clock wesland police arrested a driver who they say stripped naked and danced in the street following a multi vehicle crash police say the man plowed his pickup into other vehicles in westland god out and took off his clothes witnesses say the man tried to run away but was caught in handcuffed by officers police are not sure what caused the pickup drivers radic behavior one person was hospitalized from that crash that involved at least five vehicles no serious injuries were reported w w j news time five fifty two it's time for jeff gilbert scar chronicle another.
Paris Hilton gushes over fiancé Chris Zylka
"To this really nice i forgot what the movies lap at that was such a key movie does robbery tell each handing out the body of someone else or so he he uh all the all these seats come down to protect yeah oh my god i can only has the aisling i had a lot of really good owner really really great and they failed it right over to dealers park you paris hilton is getting married out you know the spear saying there i thought you were talking about are no no not brand iced paralyze appears brandeis brit ice paris and we're going to have to just pick one soda bp love your hair as because you get prieto and paris is actually that was your moms joy ludlam peres harris brandeis year while perez hilton a different paris eyes getting married to a guy by the name of chris zilkha um and this isn't new news they've been engaged a bit but they showed up at some uh music awards thing over the weekend and he said of her i think she's one of the most intellectual women i've ever met just taking advice from her in every aspect so i thought i thought you might enjoy that and she said i've never felt happier in my life and i feel like i'm glowing i just feel better known dislike a woman to slick an adult i feel like my life is family just starting for my twentyfirst birthday if i hadn't five parties so may be for the wedding i'll have a european one and american one and one for everybody around the world so it's beautiful freely putting her intellect on does yet a holds one of our safe now thirty seven in his thirty two yeah to achieve cmag but he looks like his looks uh look like that's the way he talks where issues ya he looks a bit like higher hurdle intellect yobs i've never seen him during the day so you could be right he's got the widows peak thing going on the actually is the only time of overseeing arms can't really speak to the vampire thing yeah well listen skaka perot you got a couple show's coming up people and go to scott cabrera vowed rowler you'd better lidove allman rasa also radio allstar com we've got a full list it's always a delight to see him i'm thinking of.
American addictions: Screens and sugar
"Microsoft and surface and how they had junaid of the pc market were their services eyes and i was like wait a minute know there are companies like dell and hp inland novel that had been doing this for years and years and have done an amazing job and i would actually point to hp as the one that is may be the most important of them infact today there the numberone pc maker the world again and the reason is that they've been innovating in the space in ways that i find to be really dramatic on the low end with stream laptops on the high end with specter in envy and on the commercial and as well and also in gaming pc has now with allman so the spectre extra sixty is kind of the flagship for this stuff this is the third gend design there on i would actually call forth jim because they there was a a midstream third gene not the thought this up a big not the spectre thirteen but the extra sixty rate the two and one we're we're at to me this is the this is what setting the pace in the pc market this design in this new one is obviously the most beautiful yet you know they have the kind of dark ashgrey copper accents color scheme which is beautiful in premium and of course with the other device the spectre thirteen which i think is the one you're interested him they've added that kind of a white like ceramic white and pale gold color scheme as well beyond very well done designed very well done design
"allman" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The program this evening brett allman taking those calls i don't understand as an adult like i get as kid you know kids lack rational capacity that's part of what makes them kids' right so i understand even though i don't agree with and i'm frustrated by the ways in which my boys good constantly are trying to exact vengeance against one another from some imagine slight i get that it happens though because their kids and that's how they operate what i don't understand is grown adults who have this this that same childish need to exact vengeance against somebody for offending them and that's what motivates the the the gay rights movement or however you want to characterize it this this effort to punish a video game prefer who doesn't want to taper wedding or punish abakar who doesn't want to bake your cake and impose your relationship upon them not because they're the only baker in town or they're the only viagra for in the state but because by god they had the audacity they had the audacity to question whether or not your nuptial polls fit with their are principles and values who cares why does it matter to you this is what you need to explain this to me why does it matter to you whether or not somebody else supper you don't even know somebody who's not part of your life who you're never going to see again the what they think about your relationship i don't understand the val the perceived value here and there seems to be this this notion this idea that in order to counter you know we've talked about balancing the scales of social justice in the past that in order to balance the scales for a trough lcd is or or rights violations that have occurred in the past whether you're talking about in a black people in jim crow or chettle slavery or you're talking about gay people on the the things that have been done against them that were actual violations of their rights in a beatings or what have you that have taken place at the murderers right like the horrible things have happened to gay people in terms of being persecuted for their sexual orientation that is true that israel that is something that we have to acknowledge but this idea that in order to compensate for that we have to apply force in the.
"allman" Discussed on KGO 810
"Katya radio dot com were in the past maybe i did i still you somehow allman flare would have greatly reduced the allman flower of great third way protein there's yup and so i do like they do cassava flour coconut flower allman flower i also do tiger not flower cabin seen at look to all of the big one the crosby taylor uses is is tigrigna and that's bush they have be super good as a priority biotic for your digest so with cassava for that matter so is coconut for them okay so that the the reason i like eggs are people among fru yes he your recipes and go i could maybe knockout the cookies but i'm not going to go on by all this stuff this is all literally ilitch just and fair i'll be blunt yes i think this is actually fairly priced too yeah judea some of these i'll be you know text seventy messages and they're not wrong that my iranians some of my recipes can be expensive you're on a budget but but the question that becomes because of how we've set of healthcare in this country may be paying for your health care doesn't cost anything so eating unhealthy is cheaper but if you pay for your health care at all eating healthy actually as cheaper because you're going to spend a lot less on healthcare you're gonna miss less work you're going to have better energy can have a happier talking now but we were talking a sense and we don't we don't apply such as we eat emotional but this is easy for people who i look i i assume interesting a package of the mena like i think you should order i we tried it this morning loved it and you can actually take add your own butter or oil that you would choose and make it waffle ready.
"allman" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"At least at that time so did he seemed sad i you know i i e it's hard i hesitate to just sort of um psychoanalyze the guy based on spending an afternoon with them but yeah baseless that was your job for you i mean you know the fact that he said he was told me he was lonely amir reporter live like one of the first things he said to me on the detail about classmates dot com yeah i think he was kind of rattling around in the big house by himself and was probably feeling a little bit wistful closure sense about his so the the long break they took and then his resumption of of the of the allman brothers band emma what what does it mean to him that they had kind of had this whole second act i think you know e that was an interesting tani i wanna talk to butch trucks about that he um yeah he said basically out the 80s off um because the disco he hasn't he blamed undisguised those guys of sirte tentative but um but then they you know they kind of perfectly um slid right into the jam ban thing um and yeah i mean they you know those beacon shows were every year i mean he in even after i saw him i mean he today we were talking before before we went on the air i think he pretty much toward up until the hours of yeah so he he sort of lived for add when he wasn't talking with the allman brothers heated seller shows um it was it was his life for thank sue i've been talking with them mark bonelli about his of great two thousand nine profile of greg allman who passed away recently and early in the show we heard from dan are back about his new so often and this has been our episode a wrong snow music now we'll be back next week at one pm on volume in the meantime check us out is a podcast on items wherever you get your podcasts and be sure to subscribe and we will see you next week.
"allman" Discussed on WLOB
"Aw yeah hello see like we're getting a lot of you lately brian little music from a greg allman the allman brothers rambling man died over the weekend of from mobile isn't cancer meant cancer i mean the allman brothers gro you know properly the the one southern rock band the made a bigger than anybody else in the in the john rook so we're gonna we're yet we are we're doing a lot of these little musical tribute to uh a lot of the greats that are all or getting up there she was sixty nine all right so what are we going to do because i don't see i thought this would would slow down in maybe not die out but would certainly slowdown become a not a pageone story about russia trump campaign said for now jared kushner it goes on and on our own started with general flynn so they're going to run out of people finchley to say well we heard this about this person that bert aye yai yes i don't know where where it's going to go i have no idea i would like this to come to a conclusion i don't want them to unnecessarily speeded.
"allman" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Putting on a show also this just in just a few minutes ago we found out greg allman passed away from the allman brothers ruined that is a fact that's a fact that so far um well maybe hasn't bumper museum and you know yes we will that be good so let's get around love he'd be roundtable you'll see we got a fool slate today we don't have a fool crooked mazda crew made everybody's out spin attack family exxon kabbah's working at the melbourne is on vacation spend some time with her family but we do have and i'm surprised day i realize the press bodies that we have uh the one and only why she here now the question i gotta ask your you know did she got some food i know we talking about the dea the one and on the beautiful the lovely the funniest woman in aware of the most famous woman on tv they've got all tv show him birmingham alabama they'll going nationwide comedian joe was going bigger the suck up our lows adjutant not gonna show up oh how does occur on the way though oh man i've tried to be nice and who try i am doing were brothers do for their sisters exactly i am promoting her promoting hooker her her stupendous comedian comedic her career and her and her looks at beautiful jeez come on i'll tell you call me all suck up yeah suck.
"allman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Yesterday greg allman passed away the age of sixty nine that one jessica by the allman brothers what a shame he was very very great musician was liver problems or kidney problems for the longest time and he was hurt i did interview one person from the allman brothers wants butch trucks i think he's passed away to the best we not that long ago but i interviewed him this is actually really good story i did a story for a blog arrow at a classic rock station i was working at no high up and he must have some type of google alert anytime the allman brothers come up or his name pops up on the internet because key message me directly to tell me something i wrote in a blog was technically correct so i said you wanna come on itaca bodies like yeah i'm a halfhour conversation with butch trucks the drummer for the allman brothers he was great he was hilarious in an afterwards he told me something that i didn't air how can i see it now that now i'm not going to say it but he said something very personal that i've thought wind the world would you tell me that something about his i don't want to say never bite so the allman brothers one of the historic bands from the south and greg allman will be missed courses brother dwayne the discerning left from the allman brothers deke bets i don't think he's alive either i dunno okay so the budget which really oh by the way that was thanks to gary who message me on twitter wanted to hear something from the allman brothers greg allman side and he wasn't cigna that one i guess we could have picked one where he was seen but still very great older brothers tune so donald trump released his budget he did it when he was overseas it was a boy i think the right way to put it is in boy completely disappeared from view as it is now memorial day you think that's what would be dominating the weekend talking points but they released at and noone from his cabinet in republicans are standing up for it they're not on meet the press they weren't talking about it much this weekend normally you're out campaigning for it to make a big row rod type a deal your cheerleading for it not so much is only one person that i've actually seen make.
"allman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is a tweeted this morning saying that words are impossible says i've tried words are impossible remembering a happier time within ringo starr tweeting rest in peace greg allman keith urban iheart heartbreak today at the passing of seoul brother greg allman he says blessings in peace to all charlie daniels we've got the blues today for sure rest in peace greg norman melissa etheridge sang my southern rock heart is breaking he showed me his tattoos his voice in his sole so people remembering a greg allman twenty four albums to chart on the billboard charts numerous numberone songs including the one we just heard a rambling man but uh songs like midnight rider and melissa in whipping post and the list the list goes on and on of amazing songs crazy love straight from heart could clean fun from greg allman the allman brothers so sad news this morning the allman brothers edith peach album was big when i was in college class you mentioned to my favorite songs by them rambler man and midnight writer he one way out come on one way out yeah i mean there's there's tons of them when you start you you you start looking at the song griffey the discard griffey it it all comes back to you i i had all the albums i was a big fan i had no idea that i was dig in southern rock i just like music sounded good i didn't know what it was called back then but i don't think they added lane for it no it it it became that later primarily because of the allman brothers you're right i mean they were the before there were the eagles before they're the southern southern rock serb countryrock became popular nobody did it before really the the allman brothers to greg.
"allman" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"Sad day ma'am talked about jim bunning greg allman of the allman brothers passing away i think i saw that he was sixty nine years old not going to pretend here and tell you that i know a lot about or knew a lot about greg allman i saw on twitter earlier tonight that he had six ex wives that's really impressive i think i would get too i think three would be my number or i said i just don't really think this marriage thing is working for me the biggest the threestrike policy you know bad relationship you get married to two young you have one ex wife pay that's half of america now happens a second time you know what maybe they learned your lesson but we'll give you another mulligan doesn't work with a third wife i don't know if you're that fourth wife what makes you think it's going to work this time and then subsequently what made the fifth and sixth wives think they were going to be the one maybe they were going by the he's do you're what are these is gotta work form so why canopy me so i saw that i'm greg allman just a quick personal greg allman story never saw the allman brothers and concert never saw greg allman in concert but when i was in ninth grade we had a group of friends.
"allman" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Greg allman died do i heard about the greg allman the allman brothers band all the musica put together fleutiaux his at reichelmann related all the music for the show with allman brothers greg allman related borer obviously greg allman that was first concert ever went to do the absolute first concert i miller went to my dad took me the see the allman brothers and you loved every second are you kidding man i think i was sixteen and i again never been concert you go to your first concert that that's it and it was told my day was my dad took me my dad raise beyond led zeppelin the allman brothers leonard skinner creedence clearwater that's that's the heart and soul of rock and roll and so it was dissolved it was absolutely a great great show and from the i'm sure he regrets it now i really i know i know if he's listen i sit at home guy release the done i really i blew in on them but now it was awesome here the greg allman password that is not cool very very sad bob people were shocked by that one and will play a widening on really shared nyanza unjustly will go away messing around with the here night going to get into the nittygritty scary scary radio underground 101point one back in a minute zola concert hmm this.