17 Burst results for "Anhui"
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"anhui" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"We're going to get new figures on Chinese economic growth next week, Tuesday, and chances are they are going to be underwhelming. Big chunks of the second biggest economy in the world have been shut down on and off with a past couple of years as China stuck real hard to zero COVID policy. That went away, zero COVID did mostly just last month, so there's a lot riding on how Chinese consumers react to that. As marketplace Jennifer pack reports, it starts with just going out. Movie theaters in China were frequently closed without notice during the country's strict zero COVID policy. Moviegoers never knew when cinemas would be open. That put off film lovers like Danny schuch in eastern anhui province. Usually I go to the movie theater twice a month, but during the pandemic, I've cut down to once a month. The last movie he saw was the Avatar sequel, the way of water. But the film's opening weekend on December 16th took in just under $60 million at the Chinese box office, far less than the 100 million expected. By then, almost all the pandemic restrictions were gone. But people were either recovering from COVID or feared getting sick if they went to the cinema. Avatar fan grand mongi and Beijing said she wanted to see the film, but would only risk going when the theaters were less crowded. Right now she's in a buoyant mood and says in the year ahead, she wants to get out and spend. I want to travel now. Maybe too high on purpose. Without the restrictions, people can now splash out and move about more freely. When I traveled with friends from Shanghai to the southern port city of xiamen just after Christmas, everything went smoothly. Though our baggage took a while to come out, many airport staff had called in sick. Coughing and ambulance sirens became the soundtrack to our trip. Despite media reports of overcrowded hospitals and crematoriums, China has only officially recorded 40 5 COVID deaths since late November. A short $5 fairy ride and we arrive at gulong island, the first three days were so quiet, very nice for tourists, but not for business. Our local taxi driver says he's happy the country is finally reopening. Well, reopening may be overstating it. At a nearby tourist village, elderly residents put on their mask when they spotted me and my Friends, and then shut their doors. The taxi driver says it'll take time for everything to open up again. Allowed speaker ad for sea worm jelly, a local delicacy at the xiamen seafood market, echoed down an empty street. Some stores were closed, they've gone out of business, says this convenience shop owner. The lockdowns here were strict, he says, we had metal fences in front of our stores for most of 2021, and the rent was so high. They couldn't afford it, he says. He says he's out of hand sanitizers that I want. Anything COVID related is gone. Are you sure? On New Year's Eve, we landed in northwestern China's cian city, a year ago, it had a harsh lockdown, where at least one pregnant woman was denied access to the hospital and miscarried. Cities like sian are trying hard to move past the trauma of zero COVID. As new year dawn, young people filled the streets along Xian city walls that date back to the Ming dynasty. The crowd set off pink, white, and blue fireworks. A souvenir vendor in the Muslim quarter says more people are coming out, but they're not buying. I said what? $3 today, she says. She doesn't expect business to improve until foreign tourists are allowed back in, and so far China is not issuing tourist visas to foreigners. As for domestic consumers, some are spending money, but more on practical things. Again, avatar fan, yuan Meng Yi. I bought online courses in psychology, photography, and editing. It has nothing to do with my field and finance, but I want to expand my knowledge.
Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"anhui" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"Lunar new year is almost here. It's the most important holiday on the Chinese calendar falling on January 22nd in 2023. Over the past three years, celebrations have been pretty muted. China's zero COVID policy has kept many people from moving within the country in recent days, the government has been loosening its rules, including dropping the requirement for negative PCR tests to travel domestically. But years of restrictions have tested family bonds, especially among those who work miles away from their families, like factory workers who manufacture cheap stuff for us to buy. Here's our China correspondent Jennifer pack with one man story. The lunar new year is like Thanksgiving and Christmas all rolled into one. It's big, even bigger for folks like factory workers. He works in southern China's Shenzhen, while his wife and children live in a different city with his in laws. Russia changes I usually go home once a year during the lunar new year holiday. I don't see my family at other times because it isn't easy to ask for leave at the factory. Or so, I wanted to work more to earn more. He saw his wife and sons as usual in January 2020, but 2021 was a different story. The COVID-19 virus was becoming more contagious. That lunar new year, my wife and I worried about our children catching COVID. Because their immune systems are weak. This dead with my mother in law instead. Only me and my wife went back to my hometown to visit my mother. Another year passed, and his son said, we've not seen our father in two years, we don't need him. So ahead of the lunar new year this past February, CAE fei reunited with his family. He met his wife and children at the Guangzhou rail station, and together they headed to his hometown in neighboring guangxi province. This was no easy feat. When I was preparing to go back to my hometown, the village kadri called and said, don't come home for lunar new year, because Shenzhen had medium risk areas. He says the area where he lives in Shenzhen was not one of them at the time. But that didn't sway village officials. They said, if he came back, he'd have to quarantine in a government facility for at least 12 days at his own cost, but he took the gamble anyway. At last count, there are a 171 million people in China who left their hometowns for jobs. Their sacrifices are the reason Americans can buy cheaper products. But it's not easy for them to work away from their families. An online video shows a son grabbing onto his mother in eastern anhui province. Mama don't go says the boy. I don't want money. I just want mom. But people who come from the countryside can't just move with their families. There's a sort of internal passport system that allows them to work in big cities but not settle there. Again, the dozen. If my kids are in Shenzhen was me, the world qualified for free public school. They'd have to go to a private school, I can't afford that. While COVID has forced people in the U.S. to rethink their work situations, CAE fei doesn't have the same luxury. My life is kind of miserable, but I have no choice. I can't live like my father's generation and grow crops at home, because that doesn't earn enough. But it doesn't feel like home where I work. So I have a home I can return to, and there's not a home for me in the place I live in. In the end, share you Faye did make it to his hometown with his family Las February, without having to quarantine. On the trip home, he shot a video of him checking his son's homework. They sound like a regular family. But off camera. Share your face says things felt different. Can you have more than that? When I saw my son's, it felt like we were strangers. I'd ask them questions, but they didn't really say much. It felt like they didn't know me. It's been ten months since then. Says he's got another chance to reconnect
The Eric Metaxas Show
"anhui" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"That's another story. Hold on. Oh, yeah. First of all, you said you got ill. You're in high school and you got sick what happened? Junior year, the end of junior year football and I was playing varsity since the freshman. I got they don't know what it was, but it was like from 230 pounds solid to like a 150. In a hospital bed, them not knowing what I had, the closest thing they thought was some autoimmune thing. And it was just downhill, but a friend of the families. My mother was the head of confraternity for Long Island. And my dad was a sacristy, and saint Matthews church in Dick's hills. And the friend, a guy named Joey lemon Gino, was a blind guy that used to give lectures on padre pio and the lady of Fatima and rosaries. And we'd go to those and I remember that. And I was in the hospital bed and he would give lectures about padre pio. And he knew padre pio. He went to San Giovanni ritonda in Fuji, Italy, went to confession with padre pio. So it was a direct line to padre pio. And so I said to my mom, I said, do you think Joey can ask padre pio to pray for me? Which they did, and I got a telegram prayed blessings. I'm no doctor because they didn't know what it was. They sent me a pair of rosary beads, blessed by him, and then a week later. My mom dripped of the mask, I dreamt I had this sense of something in the room and the doctor said to my mother about the Eugene Tai on a Saturday morning said Mary, if you told me your son was in the shape of a week ago, I'd say only a miracle. So I attribute that. And I feel that my path was made to go into the arts and not into sports. That was the turning point. I got a scholarship, the hopscotch university, for the drama department, which they had Yale rep and they had crossover teachers, a very good school officer, they had a Shakespeare festival. And then I went into Manhattan and I studied with Stella for three years, got into the active studio and did tons of plays. People think of me as the thug, you know, or the bad guy, like you said, but I did a couple of thousand performances on stage of Shakespeare and Chekhov and ibsen and Jean anhui. So it was you get underestimated quite often in life, anyone does. Until you open up the thing and I then did the first film with Sinatra and I did an album. I don't know if you know I sing. Yes, I do. I don't know if you know if I sing. Please continue. Do you sing? Yes. No, but yes, I do. But it's just so fascinating to me because the eclectic nature of your career and the depth. But most people would just know you as, you know, you're the bad guy you're the thug in that film or in that film. So it's extraordinary how actors get work. You know, you could be doing Chekhov and Shakespeare, but to pay the bills, you know, you do barnaby Jones and saying elsewhere, whatever it's in the beginning, yeah. And then, of course, I did a TV series called profile up for four years that was before Criminal Minds that was groundbreaking and tons of other films, 170 films. A 170. Films..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"anhui" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Next with a look at global news headlines at yeah, thank you Douglas you mentioned Japan, a ruling coalition expanded this majority of the upper house election over the weekend from 69 to at least 76 seats. Meanwhile, prime minister fumio kishin has given us to the nation for the loss of Abe who was assassinated over the weekend. Sri Lanka's opposition parties have met to agree on government after the president prime minister offered to resign in the wake of protest after speaking with China's foreign minister over the weekend, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says groundwork is fully underway for a meeting between presidents Xi and Biden. At Wimbledon, the championship match was interrupted in the third set by Australian human rights activist drew pavlo, who ran to center court protesting China's treatment of tennis player of China, tennis player, Peng Shui, harsh, I should say Peng shuai, and as Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon, he says being banned from the Australian open was very hard on him emotionally and mentally. In San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Brian. All right, thanks very much. Let's take a look at the media here from the nikkei this morning. Tokyo Disney resort there will raise peak ticket prices in the full year 2023. From the AP, a large crowd of angry Chinese bank depositors faced off with police yesterday in honan province, some of them were roughed up as they were taken away by police. It's a case that has drawn a lot of attention because of earlier attempts to use a COVID-19 tracking app to prevent people from mobilizing. Anyway, in this case, hundreds of people held up banners and chanted slogans in zhengzhou in a non province. The protesters are among thousands of customers who opened accounts at 6 rural banks in both hunan and anhui province. The banks offered higher interest rates. People later found they could not access their money. Media reports said that the head of the bank's parent company was on the run and was wanted for financial crimes. From the South China morning post, Hong Kong is considering implementing a health code tracking device similar to what we've seen in China. The new health chief loch mom dismissed concerns that the measure could be unpopular with people because it does track their whereabouts. The secretary said, well, if we give COVID-19 positive people freedom and let them roam the surrounding areas, those without COVID-19 will have their freedoms affected. And again, this is story in the South China morning post. All right, 9 minutes before the top of the hour, that's a look at the media Rashad. All right, let's get over there and to our regular start with Eric bald tuna's Eric is, of course, Bloomberg intelligence senior ETF analyst having a look at the latest in the exchange traded fund space. Eric, thank you so much for joining us. We've got treasury ETFs continue to rake in cash and you know, this is really down to perhaps more speculation about a recession, but it's curious that actually prices of these treasuries have been going down, especially at the short end. Oh, and the whole year. You look at treasury ETFs. They're all down big. You don't have their worst year. I believe ever. The bond market has not been a fun place to be. However, people are, you know, they have to invest somewhere and treasuries, I think, are doing a couple of things for people. The recent flows into treasuries were really more in the intermediate part of the curve, the middle. And I think this was sort of trying to this was ahead of the fed minutes and ahead of that non farm payroll report. They were trying to basically play the fed continuing to be aggressive, but the fed forcing a recession, which that part of the curve would, I guess, stand to benefit. But I mean, I got to be honest, there's really no great place to hide out right now. I think we set good economic data as a recession doesn't look likely. I think you saw those exact treasuries go down. So it wasn't a great trade. It might work out. I think the fed is continuing to be aggressive. As long as inflation is high, that's going to be their main goal and to issue coming up in the midterms as well. So that's where people are putting money. And treasuries make up 4% of ETF assets, but they're accounting for about half of the inflows. So that's how dominant that asset class is right now for investors. Amazing, only 4% of ETFs. That's incredible. So this was a really unusual first half of the year. Really, really tough. I mean, takes us back to 1970 or so. Yet you say ETFs clock their most impressive first half. What is going on? Yeah, so ETFs are just the future is still very bright. And I'll tell you why. They had their fourth best semi annual period in terms of flows with 291 billion. And that's what the stock market down 20% bonds having their first worst have ever, only 8% of ETFs overall return to positive return in the first half and they still took in two 91, which was their fourth best showing. They also had record volume $27 trillion traded, is by far the biggest semi annual period. ETFs tend to trade a little bit more when there's volatility. So not totally shocked there, but the size of that number is very impressive. And they saw 208 launches in the first half, which is their second most ever. That's probably the most shocking number. Normally, volatility and launches are inversely correlated, usually estimated just start to scale back with launches when the market's not good, right? But 208, I think what is really happening is this is spillover from last year where ETFs took in a trillion. That convinced even the most holdout asset managers to just basically resign the fact that they've got to be in this market. So I think you had them just going, you know what? It doesn't matter. We've got to launch them. We have to get in this market. So those are all really three, I think, very good strong numbers considering what the market did. And if we go over the mutual fund side, that's what you'd expect. They see a half of trillion of outflows. Their investors tend to be older and not traders. So I think they're really getting hit hard and they could lose a trillion this year and 5 trillion in total assets. Eric, let's move to grayscale, and this is something which is in the works for a while. They're suing the Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC here after the agency did reject a bit to converted what's it called the great scale Bitcoin trust the first ETF based on cryptocurrencies or the biggest cryptocurrencies here as well. What's the deal? Yeah, so this is going to be interesting. It will take a while. I would say grab your popcorn, but it's going to take like a year to play out. But basically, grayscale didn't like the SEC's denial. And I see their point. The SEC is basically saying that, yes, futures are okay, and that's a market that's surveilled. But then they're saying, well, no, futures aren't okay as a market in your Bitcoin spot proposal. Overall, I think the bottom line is this. Gary gensler and the SEC really just want to regulate the crypto market. They feel like there is fraud and manipulation, possibilities, and they want control. So they're just not going to prove a spot ETF until they get that regulated regulation and
"anhui" Discussed on WTOP
"Victory in the eastern Ukrainian region of Luhansk one day after Ukrainian forces withdrew from their last remaining stronghold in the province. Together with the neighboring Donetsk province, make up Ukraine's industrial heartland of the dunbars. Ukrainian forces have retreated from the city to avoid being surrounded in his nightly video address Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky acknowledged the withdrawal, but vowed that Ukrainian forces will fight their way back. Russian president Vladimir Putin has made capturing the entire Dunbar, a key goal in his war in Ukraine now in its 5th month. To your health, sponsored by D.C. health, get vaccinated D.C., go to vaccinate dot D.C. dot gov. Mental health concerns and needs of college age students are increasing several Virginia universities are partnering to make sure students have the support they need. Virginia tech, James Madison and Virginia Commonwealth universities are working with timely MD to provide 24/7 access to mental health services. It will be like a virtual extension of already existing campus counseling centers, starting this fall, the virtual care options students will have access to on their phones or other devices include on demand mental health support by appointment mental health counseling, psychiatric support, health coaching, and more. Students will also be eligible for 12 no cost counseling visits during the year. China has placed nearly 2 million people on lockdown in the central anhui province, where authorities reported nearly 300 new COVID cases today. It's the latest of a string of outbreaks testing Beijing's no tolerance approach to COVID, the outbreak comes as the Chinese economy begins to rebound from a months long lockdown in Shanghai and disruptive. COVID restrictions in Beijing. Money news at 25 and 55 past each hour, here's Jeff clapham. Most home flippers still aren't flopping, but the profits made from buying renovated and reselling a home is at a 13 year low, real estate data firm Adam data solutions does say one in ten sales in the first quarter were flips. That's the highest since 2000. The average return on investment of a flipped home in the first quarter was 25.8%, held back by higher building materials and labor costs. That comes many forms, medical debt is more common than you might think. Kaiser permanente estimates 41% of U.S. adults have medical debt, 12% of them, more than $10,000 of it. That counts medical bills charged to a credit card that are being paid off, but a quarter of those with medical debt are paying it off over
"anhui" Discussed on WTOP
"It's 5 23 now Herschel woody Williams, the last remaining Medal of Honor recipient from World War II, will lie in state at the U.S. capitol. West Virginia senator Joe Manchin announced the honor at a memorial yesterday where Williams was remembered for his courage, humility and selflessness. Williams, who died last Wednesday at the age of 98, was a legend in his native West Virginia for his heroics under fire over several crucial hours at the Battle of Iwo Jima. As a young marine Corporal, Williams went ahead of his unit in February 1945 and eliminated a series of Japanese machine gun positions. To your health, sponsored by D.C. health, get vaccinated D.C., go to vaccinate dot D.C. dot gov. China placed nearly 2 million people under lockdown in central anhui province where authorities reported nearly 300 new COVID cases today. It's the latest in a string of outbreaks testing Beijing's no tolerance approach to COVID. The outbreak and ennui were officials first found hundreds of cases last week comes as the Chinese economy begins to rebound from a months long lockdown in Shanghai and disruptive COVID restrictions in Beijing. A young designer is making a fashion statement with her new HBCU clothing line. Ashley Jones is the owner of tones of melanin, she started the brand in 2017 and decided to focus on HBCU streetwear clothing. I went to school at northern state university and, you know, when I went in my bookstore, I didn't see anything that really represented my population. Her line is now in duke's sporting goods at HBCU bookstores. All happened like really fast. We have reversible shorts. We have, of course, at your sweatshirt t-shirts. We're getting into vegan leather bags. Ashley says supporting HBCUs is her main message while creating a sense of pride. The education is top not and you're prepared for the world. Melissa, how will WTO news? A first dual language program for the schools in the Roman Catholic diocese of Arlington. Inside nova reports, saint Ambrose Catholic school in annandale is launching a program for kindergarteners this coming school year to provide reading and instruction in English and Spanish. The school says that by the time those children complete 8th grade, every student in the parish's K through 8th grade school will receive instruction in both languages. The superintendent of schools for the diocese says the hope is that the children develop the skills to help them communicate more effectively. Money news of 25 and 55, minions the rise of gru won the box office battle this weekend bringing in more than $108 million in ticket sales. By the end of today, it will likely have earned close to a $128 million. At film is on track to become one of
Bloomberg Radio New York
"anhui" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Chris coraggio. And I'm Ryan Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Risks are rising, a recession will hit the United States sooner rather than later. That's according to former treasury secretary Lawrence summers. He tells Bloomberg the recession could arrive by the end of the year. On the day to front, investors will be watching for the U.S. employment report for June in the week ahead. Bloomberg susannah Palmer has the story. The monthly payrolls report is expected to show a gain of 250,000 jobs for June while the unemployment rate is seen holding at 3.6%. That report comes out on Friday. The week begins on a holiday and U.S. markets are closed Monday and observance of Independence Day. Tuesday, we get reports on factory orders and durable goods, minutes of the Federal Reserve's June meeting at which policymakers hiked the benchmark interest rate by 75 basis points are set to be released on Wednesday. Susanna Palmer Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Chinese developer Sherman has failed to pay a $1 billion note that matured on Sunday. The delinquency is among the biggest dollar payment failures so far this year in China. China's COVID cases rose over the weekend with hundreds of infections detected in anhui province to counties there are already in lockdown. In the markets, oil has retreated partially on those new COVID cases in China and also as investors weigh up concern of a global slowdown. Let's check the markets, we do so every 15 minutes, the nikkei is trading up about 6 tenths of a percent, the ASX 200 in Sydney, up 1.2%, China stocks are essentially flat, the hang seng index is down about 6 tenths of 1%. WTI crude, $108 and 41 cents a barrel. And dalien, one 35 O four. And gold is rising this morning in Asia up to $1812 a try out. Global news 24 hours a day live and at Bloomberg quick take brought to you by 2700 journalists in a 120 countries. In Hong Kong, Brian Curtis, this is Bloomberg. And gold is rising this morning in Asia up to $1812 a try out. On a stormy night on July 1st, 1997, British rule over Hong Kong came to an end, replaced by the regime of one country, two systems, something the 28th and last British governor lord Patton had high hopes for at the time. I hoped for the best and you couldn't leave thinking anything but that. I think it's just in the last ten years or so that things have taken a turn for the worse. As I think we're having China overall. 25 years later, Hong Kong is a very different place. Its economy has doubled. And it is ruled by a China that is more assertive in Hong Kong and in its relations with the rest of the world with the Chinese defense minister warning of possible conflict over Taiwan. If anyone dares to secede Taiwan from China, we will not hesitate to fight. It will fight at all costs, and we will fight to the very end. This is the only choice for China. And today, the United States is using economic weapons such as trade restrictions to influence China's behavior as explained by the United States trade representative Catherine tye. The China tariffs are in my view a significant piece of leverage. We need to use our tools more effectively. We need new tools. Even as president Xi warns against what he calls weaponizing the world economy. Politicizing instrumentalizing and weaponizing the world economy using a dominant position in the global financial system to wantonly impose sanctions would only hurt others as well as oneself. And
Bloomberg Radio New York
"anhui" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For Christmas. I'm Chris. And I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Chinese property developers sure Mao has failed to pay a $1 billion note that matured on Sunday. The builder also said it hasn't made principal payments involving other offshore debt. Bloomberg's John Liu in Beijing says it just shows the recovery of China's property sector has a long way to go. There have been some optimism that we had reached sort of a bottom for the property market here in China. We'd seen sales data for the month of May showing a sequential 31% increase from April. But of course, this again highlights how fragile if that recovery is underway, how fragile it is and how much time it is going to take for this market to get back to something more like normal. Sherman says it has been in discussion with creditors to find a resolution. China's virus cases rose over the weekend with hundreds of new infections detected in anhui province to counties there already in lockdown. The country reported 380 cases on Sunday following 385 on Saturday. Megacities like Shanghai and Beijing have been brought under control, but the COVID zero goal is facing a test again in some of the eastern provinces. Shanghai's neighboring jiangsu province reported 56 cases yesterday. Well, risks are rising that a recession will hit the United States sooner than later, that's according to the former treasury secretary Lawrence summers in an interview with Bloomberg television, summers told us that the recession could arrive by the end of this year. And that's playing into some forecasts by investors. We're seeing a lot of investors take very careful positions and others are getting more aggressive thinking that recessionary moves might slow down the fed. Briefly in markets, the hang seng index down 8 tenths of a percent, the nikkei up a similar margin. Global news 24 hours a day, live, and if Bloomberg quick take brought to you by some 2700 journalists in a 120 countries. In Hong Kong, I'm Brian Curtis. This is Bloomberg
Bloomberg Radio New York
"anhui" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With COVID. So we have the barber head where China is recovery is going to gain momentum and by the year end or the fourth quarter, we are expecting China's GDP growth to accelerate to 4.7% year on year. We're just still getting news headlines though about COVID cases being reported this time in the province of anhui. It's 287, which in somewhere like Singapore, everybody would be clapping their hands with a number like that, but it just shows how much they still do not want to have any cases at all. So what is the risk of further lockdowns of consumers not being able to spend to that viewpoint that you mentioned about growth? Well, I think the risk will be more prominent if you see that happening in one of the tier one cities like Beijing or Shanghai. But at this point of time, to the extent to which we think that they have transitioned to regular testing, the risk of citywide lockdown or a bigger lockdown within the city is lower because you're doing the regular testing and assessing on the cases on a timely basis. So we think that risk is manageable in this next 6 months while they continue with zero COVID strategy. And as I mentioned earlier, I think it's just a matter of few months and we think that there will be transitioning to living with COVID. We're looking at other economies across Asia and the Asia Pacific where we have quite strong inflationary pressures, food inflation has been a key as well. You're looking as well at the tight labor market in the likes of Australia Korea. Singapore, where are the economies that you think are going to outperform? So within the economy which are going to do well, are the ones which have the strength in domestic demand. And so I mentioned China as one within the region excluding China, we think it's going to be India Indonesia and Philippines, which have greater dependence on domestic demand. And at the same time, they are implementing structural reforms, which is going to boost private investment, these are also the countries which will benefit on account of supply chain diversification. So we think these three economies do well alongside China. And the second group in the order is Australia and Malaysia. These are the net commodity exporters. Yes, commodity prices are falling, but yet they are still a relatively high level and these countries will benefit from that in terms of trade benefit. As far as the outlook on growth is concerning an environment where you are seeing slowdown in external demand. Very, very quickly expect another jumbo hike from the Abbey
Bloomberg Radio New York
"anhui" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Think that the first step of him announcing additional supplies a few weeks ago was step one, I'm very hopeful that you and I can have this conversation about step two. Sometime in the near future. Now you could argue that the oil market is perhaps a little more focused on what OPEC members do after the decision tomorrow they may ultimately or that may ultimately hinge on the outcome outcome of President Biden's trip to Saudi Arabia next month he's expected to seek a little bit of help in bringing energy prices down. And China will offer oil refiners subsidies if international crude prices surge above a $130 a barrel. The move comes as an effort to lower economic costs and ease consumer burden. It will also help ensure the safe and stable supply of oil products. This, according to a statement from China's ministry of finance, oil, has rallied this year, economic recovery and upended trade flows from Russia have driven benchmark Brent crude as high as a $139 a barrel, strict virus lockdowns in China likely kept further gains. However, easing COVID restrictions in China could turbocharge prices once again. 33 parents the hour let's get to Hong Kong so we can talk about some of the PMI data for China, Brian Curtis is looking at markets and the data and what are you seeing? I'm seeing a little bit of expansion here. Yes, definitely back into expansion mode. The manufacturing PMI was a little short of the Bloomberg estimate. It was 50.2. That's the actual and the estimate was 50.5, but in expansion mode and stronger than the 49.6 we saw before, but the big one is the services or non manufacturing, which takes in construction. And perhaps this could have been expected because housing actually rebounded in the past month. Non manufacturing number 54.7, much stronger than the estimate of 50 and a half. And is coming up off of a figure of 47.8. So a lot of that has to do with just lifting the lockdown. And of course, we talked a lot this morning about Xi Jinping pouring cold water on getting off of COVID zero. And so it's natural to say, oh, well, I guess that means that the economy is not reopening. But that precludes them getting it right. And we have had a couple of days where you had zero cases. There was a little pickup in cases yesterday in anhui and jiangsu, but it's like 8 cases. So if they do get it right with COVID zero and they don't have cases and they can reopen the economy, then you're back to the sort of optimism of finally getting off that long period of shutdown that we saw in Shanghai. They really devastated the Chinese economy. So right now we do see some green numbers. Not surprising. CSI 300 now up 6 tenths of 1%. Thanks, I can tech indexes up about two tenths of resent the Hans index is essentially flat, gains, but just a little under a tenth of 1%. And we mentioned earlier that JD.com shares may rebound. They are up 6 tenths of a percent. They had a cooperation agreement sort of renewed with 10%, and that has removed some of the concerns that investors had about JD.com. Tencent access offers high return on investment for JD and the renewal underlines a win win nature to the deal according to Jeffries. Oil prices down one O 9 87 here a barrel. The dollar is a little stronger and equities elsewhere still in the red. In any case, all three quarters of a percent. Juliet to you. Thank you, Brian. 35 minutes past the hour time for
"anhui" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"At WABC radio dot com WABC traffic in transit and problems in the subways right now the 6 trains southbound are running on the express track from a 125th street to Grand Central due to an investigation at a 116th street And also New Haven line customers traveling through the air of Fairfield should anticipate delays because of a person being struck by a train and emergency services in the area I'm bob Brown with your 77 WWC traffic and transit update Talk radio 77 don't believe he's here He's here Now broadcasting from the underground command post Deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building We have once again made contact with our leader mind Love them American Mark Levin here are number 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one 8 7 7 three 8 one three 8 one one Russia is still bombing Ukrainian cities Russia is still slaughtering Ukrainians And the media have taken it off the front page for all intents and purposes And of the beginning of their broadcasts and I think that Putin wing of the meteor thrilled with this and certainly the Putin propagandists But here's something There's a lot to cover tonight We've got two great guests too so stick with me Reuters Russia Iran to take practical steps to circumvent western sanctions Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday said Moscow will work with Iran to take practical steps in an effort to circumvent western sanctions the RIA news agency said it's Russia It's not immediately clear if he was referring to sanctions against Russia exclusively or also against Iran I've warned about this This access of evil and here's the other part Newsweek China praises Russia for preventing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi praised Russia for its efforts to quote prevent a large scale humanitarian crisis in Ukraine saying that the relationship between China and Russia maintain the right direction of progress amid war in Eastern Europe Wang met with Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in anhui province on Wednesday during laira's first visit to the country since the invasion of Ukraine began last month So Russia with its ally Iran Russian with its ally China Wang expressed a lot rather Moscow had Beijing's backing in its efforts to continue peace talks with Ukraine saying the country supports efforts made by Russia and other relevant parties prevent a large scale humanitarian crisis Now let's see Over 10% of the Ukrainian population is now in refugee status You have cities that are anywhere from 50 to over 90% destroyed You have to slaughter innocent civilians going on Despite some of the happy talk in the media And I'll tell you what really bothers me And I can see it bothers retired four star general Jack Keane on Fox two We have a perfect opportunity Excuse me to defeat the Putin war machine here and now Without ever sending an American troop into Ukraine without ever sending an American jet fighter into Ukraine without ever sending an American tank in the Ukraine Perfect opportunity Which which send a signal to the communist Chinese genocidal regime and its designs on Taiwan and would send a signal to the Iranians except for the fact that Biden has been over backwards to help them As I said before let me silence this As I said before ladies and gentlemen and I mean this Is Ukraine not allowed to win Ukraine should be allowed to win But it needs help And it's not getting help And that's not getting the kind of help that it needs And I'm hearing from some contacts that I have actually I'm hearing that the Biden administration is pressuring zelensky in the Ukrainians to sue for peace almost at any cost And when that stuff gets back to the to the Kremlin obviously that's very damaging When it comes to defeating Russia and Russia digs in but it bothers me a lot And I'll tell you what's interesting I was among the first certainly to say that is Ukraine allowed to win Remember mister producer said I said it a month ago I said it on Hannity show I sent it on my Sunday show I set it all in TV I've said it behind this microphone General keen is saying the same thing He put it differently that The White House is afraid that Putin could lose Now this is unacceptable ladies and gentlemen this is crazy How do you call a guy a war criminal and he is slaughtering thousands of people and he is with designs on NATO country and he does because he said he does in his own way this past summer But when to ensure he doesn't lose This is very very troubling to me and China trust me when I tell you China is going to do what he can to help Russia in many ways In many ways where it thinks he can get away with it Because it's still a designs on Taiwan Maybe not tomorrow maybe not next week maybe not next year but just remember China plays long ball China plays for a year ten years 50 years a hundred years You see these genocidal maniacs they see presidents come and go But they stay Putin's been there 20 years For what Four or 5 presidents She's been there what 12 years 14 years through three or four presidents They figured they'll deal with whatever it comes That this is musical chairs in the west Particularly in the United States They look at Biden They say.
Blogging the Boys
"anhui" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"I respect people who who who acknowledged in like interact and and the little ones you know like he. He's on above you because even though he s which doing this. For as long as i have i definitely i hope doesn't sound weird at first but like i'm very i get wary about like athletes. Nobody's assane like nobody's perfect person. Dak prescott is not a perfect person. And i'm sure that he has his bad days. And you know. Especially being a franchise quarterback. He's gotta be guarded and careful with his time. Anhui leads into his circle and all type stuff but like yeah for all of the demands that are on him. I haven't noticed a change in his demeanor or the way that he approaches things from when he was a novoye. Yeah mets i mean. That's incredible my opinion. Yeah yeah. I think so too i i really. I really like how he discusses like the mental health aspect to me. I know we've discussed as like a million times but this is not to me the line that he wrote down about his brother backs department got eases alive taken to save millions and man. If that's yeah. I mean honestly the first half of this article i was like is kelsey charles like sobbing while reading like it's kind of it goes back to like in the middle of detox out manifesting. Yeah and if you read any of calcium captions you know were about manifesting over here in this in this part of the pig in this house it takes like a really strong person to in a moment right that it was fifteen minutes after he found out that jas died that he wrote down a life taken to save millions like that s- manifesting like Worst moments yeah and he's still thinking about how to like take something so tragic and make it bigger and reach. People just like i did that moment. Just like sticks with like that's different man like that's different. That is like. I don't know i don't know i don't know like that's like i don't think you're going to grow. That's like angel on earth type thing you know that's just like different Yeah it's becoming increasingly difficult to do the thing where we're not everyone's perfect and You know he's probably yeah. That gets harder after you. Read something like this actually. Yeah but All is you guys need to make sure they reading article. It's phenomenal. it's fantastic. It's just i think it's so few environmental. We get a true peek behind the curtain of who these guys are in. This is fantastic and sobering. I might add to for many reasons. actually i again. I'm loving again that you're here because you an article that i read That is very similar in thought to this about amari. It's you know maybe not quite as In it pales in comparison. I appreciate what you're trying to do. But i don't even know if they're in the same spirit i think they are. Which before you get like a gregg bishop is the writer that wrote this and he's done a lot of amazing work for us is so i feel like that's worth mentioning. I i mean rid of the If i had to guess he probably already has nine out. Anybody with those types of provincials usually has written a book too. but that's i said. I was jealous. And i'm like 'cause you admire like you wanna be like able that with stories like this out and i mean even as much as we know about him but level of of inside detail that he was able to get in. The story was was really. Yeah it was. But i really do. I know you just have downplay what you did you. David really awesome piece. Marketer debt I thought was wonderful. And i was like i need. We need more because this is exactly the type of content that i feel like we need. We don't get his often humanizes people we're talking about amari and how his approach mentally to the game and there's been a big influence on this and i think people have had to have an increased emphasis on this because i mean i think folks the health especially Year and a half like holy cow. yeah but You know there's there's competition how lamari purchasing He looked so even keeled and he was like. That's just you know that's just my personality. It's not meaning. I don't actually care about the game. But i thought it was really interesting now. Needed actually studies personalities. In i'd love to have you elaborate and give a bit of a teaser. Because i want to actually read it but it to me. It was very much in the similar rain. Yeah well. I mean i appreciate that. Thank you i it is. That's kind of what i'm talking about it. you know. I wrote that story based off of a twenty minute conversation that we had with amari during his regular old media. Availability fiber orders. Just kind of shooting the breeze with him. Which is fine. What you're not gonna get into the meat of somebody's psyche in that situation. You know. I own my god. I would kill to spend a week with amari. Cooper really get into the nuts and bolts of. What makes him tick like. That would be very high on a cowboys writer. Bucket lists nagged just wants to help him decorate his house. I really want to put window treatments in there so also first of all. I love margaret birth. Yes i would love to have you sunday week with him would specifically request. I need to know the behind the scenes containing an instrument picture. I just need. I just need. I work like instagram Taking it yes. I did you think of this caused by yourself. You wanna take this because your outfit like yeah. I need to know and i i find him fascinating. I do too is really essential His lives during those lives over corinthian. Amazing it so funny. I made his. I mean he's he's just there's there's a lot there deep dude it's and that's not the throw shade at like any other football player but like you know a lot of allow guys aren't like that or at least like aren't as willing to like show that side of their personality. I think working for the cowboys getting see behind the curtain a little bit more often than a lot of people. I'm just perpetually interested by the idea that these guys are robots. You know like they're people you know get introverted people in your life just as well as you know super outgoing depot or you know socially awkward people and guess what some of those people grow up to be football players and they're not all gonna be just the boiler place jock who wants to do football all day and doesn't really think about anything else or you know showcases their emotions in a certain way so And that it resonates with me. Because like i think of myself that way. I think we all probably do like we all were. Everybody is more complex inside of their own understanding of who they are how they're seat by other people so but when there's this much money at stake and there's this many millions of people that care who wins the game. You know that gets stripped away under which understandably but We can still tell more three dimensional stories about skies So that's kind of.
WILL 580 Ag Reports: The Closing Market Report
"anhui" Discussed on WILL 580 Ag Reports: The Closing Market Report
"Coming southward again in the ridge is going to start hanging out in the rocky mountains a whole lot more than in the planes and so we'll end up seeing a progressively cooler bias in the weather. Coming up the second half of august is going to be cooler than normal for most of the central and eastern midwest and once. We're in the cooler air. Mass won't be much opportunity to bring on rain and thunderstorms we actually may see a below average precipitation bias in quite a few areas but especially in the western corn belt and certainly those areas that are dryest in the northwest will have very little opportunity to get meaningful moisture so i fully expect to see the dry biased area in the midwest and plains to stay right where it is there will be a little bit of expansion of dryness into iowa. Nebraska and wisconsin. Maybe you've been down into kansas missouri but some of those areas have fairly good subsoil moisture. And it's gonna take a while to deplete that and with temperatures going cooler than normal late august. We're probably not going to push those crops too far over there edge i whereas the northwest with it really has no no hope for getting some kind of reversal to take place in this environment last week when we talked we were discussing record rainfall whole year's worth thirty inches or thereabouts in parts of china and just a twenty four hour period. Our things there today well that flooding is gradually abating. It's been fairly quiet in that area where that excessive rains occurred but tropical storm in fi he moved into one of china's southeastern provinces of zinn. Jiang i over the weekend and it's been a real slow mover. Been very similar to what hurricane harvey did in the houston area just dumping torrents of rain over a very similar area every day and we are now up to thirty six inches since last friday i in southeastern anhui which is a part of the lower yangtze river basin areas mostly a rice producing area but a much larger area in east central. China has reported between twelve and twenty two inches since friday. So it's another large area Experiencing some significant flooding. It's not quite the same thing that occurred the previous week because in that previous week we had thirty inches like you said in a twenty four hour period of time so we spread this out or five days so i guess we can't be wowed like we used to be right. We're all used to getting the edges air. Get yours to them for our funny though over the last two years. I've been talking about this kind of stuff in china is just blows me away. I mean i know you know thirty years ago that never happened. You got four inches. We thought we were dying right. Pay of things. That don't happen very often. It looks like freezes and frosts or happening a lot more in the corn growing regions second crop. That has her. Sabrina of south america. They've got more on the way. That's right that's right the freeze. It occurred last week. I turn out to be pretty damaging. Apparently to some of the late spring across Little damage to wheat some damage to assure jane and citrus and even coffee so it was pretty interesting event. That took place in. Yes we have another similar air mass coming in now. It will be coldest. On friday. And saturday. Mornings in citrus sugarcane and coffee areas in probably coldest on friday morning i in the wheat and corn producing areas. That already be a little bit cool tomorrow morning about again. It looks like it's going to be something pretty similar. We've already done a lot of damage to the crops. I'm not quite sure we'll be adding a lot with this event The supreme crop of course is Maturing and and supposed to be harvested this time of year so most likely. They've made more progress in the last week than they had done previously. So i would assume there's less crop that's probably vulnerable but nevertheless Definitely cold and it will have an impact in the marketplace new. Thank you have a good day you too. That's drew learner. He's with world. Weather incorporated in. Kansas city helped us to wrap up this wednesday edition of the closing market report from illinois public media.
"anhui" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
"Don't delfi now disciplinary vida. Don't later novel enough to mba when the that mba Laminated or less fat. Yesterday motorcycle. you'll get union cone lashes induced diarrhea on your younger cycle. Bonello ball like or better yet. Federal anhui's issue cacao bagna for around in Balassa don't they show meet your number. When if it didn't perreault companion. I companion on my better from Stood out but i got a little a go bullies bid lamelo. Last place is still at bryn. Their stick august documented. Dano but i don't know who i rosters. You studied more in the field. They might say by. Sanyo's approach blow important mackerels the federal one group therapy steady which has been so must. It won't employ your smith. Who yet us coming on s. Three was apathy on the by. The i don't feel contemporary list or basso in which i don't want to be that yup especially nothing you'll get one assessing critical minister. You're more used to do that. You're just going to take a house. Compostela he went up on cedeno compagnon bostonian updating and feeling better going to be together no he. He went being comment momentum on own guardian. You can follow. The national was telling me even supposedly mentors pillow keke. La la perspective is from book. Guess complete our komo a bassoon. 'cause mojica it gives a blurb umbro racy me photos from tulafono of meals was sorta lettuce in the frontal analysis e percents upper three dollars per gallon boys. The yoga which maria is from largest with sarah is important day. Eat doll by an from the. Remember the compostela..
"anhui" Discussed on Liftoff
"Nasa to confirm that these were legitimate in. This actually happened because of course somebody could say that these are moon stamps But and deeks slayton during all of this defendant his people and then i think extremely angry when he discovered the scope of what had actually happened in the end. The astronauts were all reprimanded and a formal reprimand essentially ended their astronaut careers. That were never going to fly again. Nasa and basically my understanding is meant they would never be promoted in the air force either and then congress gets involved making it an official government scandal the senate committee on aeronautical and space sciences called a hearing of it was closed to the public And in the end of federal regulation was created saying the astronauts couldn't take stamp collecting items into space as mementos as early on the books to this day of federal. It's not a law it's regulation but it's a regulation specifically about stamp collecting materials in space Which is hilarious. Here's the thing. After the scandal clouds abated. The justice department didn't investigation here and issued a report that said most of the covers on the flight belong to the astronauts not the government in nineteen ninety-three award sued and the government agreed to return the covers to the astronauts. The general feeling was that nasa essentially authorized it or at the very least was well aware that they existed and didn't stop them from being carried it essentially. I think is a validation of the idea that this was an everybody's doing it kind of thing and it's only when it became a problem that it was decided to enforce these regulations and punish. Should these guys in particular doesn't necessarily mean what they did was right but it does feel a little bit like it was all okay until someone noticed and then someone had to take the fall over the years the astronauts actually did sell some of these two that they got back which is kind of funny and auction them off and stuff like that. Are they completely exonerated. I mean there. There is a school of thought that they are. I'm not entirely sure about that. Steven i feel like This a a shades of gray story. Nobody likes that. Everybody wants heroes and villains. I think that i think that they they did get hoodwinked a little bit but like i said earlier. I think that they did something that they knew was probably not right but thought that he could get away with and make some money. And that's not being exonerated. Right like th they. They knew they were doing something wrong but figured they'd get away with it. Yeah i think that's right. I think that this was clearly end. The culture of nasa at the time hopefully and maybe they gotten over their heads or got enticed by the money. In a way they shouldn't have but to injure your career over. It feels a bit like we need. Some examples may to end this also just as an aside. I want to mention we we. We talked about that a statuette earlier. That was left on the lunar surface as a part of the memorial for fallen astronauts by the belgian artist. Paul then haunted a holy dunk. There's an amazing article at slate that will put in the show notes from twenty thirteen about this. It's really a great example of the collateral damage of this ridiculous stamp scandal. So dave scott asked this artist to make a small statuette and he made this simple modernist figure of an astronaut. But you can't tell. Is it a man or woman as a particular race. A particular country nobody. It's none of that. It's just like a silhouette but the astronauts didn't talk about it during. They didn't talk about it after they were so paranoid about the stamp thing that they wanted the artist of literally the only piece of art on the moon don't mention and then and then when it did kind of come out and they talked about that they had done this afterward they said yes we did. Leave this kind of memorial up there and they did wanna talk about it. Nasa approaches the astronauts and says. Could we get a replica of that. For the smithsonian and the astronauts call of anhui dunk. And say can you make a some replicas and he is enraged because first off they told him not to talk about it and second the smithsonian. This is an artist right. A fine artist a sculptor and this and wants to exhibit his art and they go to the astronauts and not to the artist. And so there was a real falling out here. Dunk decided like i'm to sell some replicas at this i'm gonna make a fifty of these or whatever and i'm going to sell them at which point there was this whole like artist. The new york times did this whole story about like artists tries to commercially exploit nasa. Well you know. I think nasa was kind of exploiting the artists by having him do this. He says of it. Hoyt actually says that. Us government officials. It's unclear who like i feel like this is like a visit from the f. b. i. Or something guys in dark suits and sunglasses come to see him and basically say don't sell them Basically threaten him not cool not cool and i think really just amped up by the by the dumb stamp thing. So in recent years things have changed a little bit dunk and sculpture actually honored in the smithsonian. It's in that slate article. He al warden actually ended up working together selling some replicas of the statue and there had been replicas of the statue and a sort of a replica of the statue in an acrylic block. That were made for sale. I'm unclear if they are still for sale. Or if they're only the ones that were made and there is a documentary There was originally going to be a documentary about this process in the seventies and they shot a bunch of footage that i imagined is in this documentary and then after this all kind of fell apart than they did. Make that documentary about this but there is now. A documentary called the fallen astronaut. It's available for streaming. It's on apple. Tv for rental in it's in some other places so you can check that out if you want. I haven't seen it but just a fascinating a little side story as part of this fallout from the postal know can't stamp cancellation cover scandal. As soon as like everything was just really cranked to eleven in the time after fifteen and like no make you know there was no right call for some of these guys and it was a bunch of institutional sort of like we're going to look the other way and suddenly all the rules changed even though the or all. The rules were suddenly enforced. Perhaps we could say because they pushed it too far. It's complicated but it did. It did sort of effectively ended their astronaut careers anyway. If you wanna see endeavor you'll need to go to dayton ohio it's on display there at the. Us air force museum at the wright patterson air force base. And we'll just tell you about what the what what happened to the three astronauts. Dave scott worked on the apollo soyuz test project he was given that as an option after Sort of leaving being an astronaut in nineteen seventy three. He became the deputy director of dryden flight. Research center back at edwards air force base by the way so we visit with his pal chuck. Yeager who granted flying privileges to reagan was retired at that point. I also get the sense that The d.c slayton was a furious that he had gotten this prime job because he was still angry at him about stamp thing and actually scott retired from the air force to become the civilian senator director at dryden in seventy five and ultimately retired from that position in nasa in seventy seven became a space consultant worked on a bunch of space shuttle related programs and then also on some tv and movie projects about the apollo program and as of this recording. He's retired and living in los angeles. Jim ruined retired from nasa and the air force in nineteen seventy two. He said that the apollo fifteen mission changed his view of iphone. earth and Made him a committed christian. This led him to undergo several expeditions. tomorrow era in turkey in search of noah's ark but he was troubled by serious heart problems including a string of heart attacks in seventy three eighty six and ninety one. The.
Mayo Clinic Q&A
"anhui" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"These devices yet into growing number Initially when the therapy was beginning to be adopted You had to be in semester fired for implanting centers to be tied to a transplant program. Now since the growing population really anhui implant. These are what we call. Destination therapy is for patients. Who will live with this device for the rest of their lives institutions that in play. These do not need to be a transplant center. So we're seeing more and more centers offer this therapy And so the number is growing for two hundred two hundred fifty. And wow centers are being added all the time across this country certainly around the world. So you mentioned Intriguing words there. A destination therapy versus patients waiting for transplant. Tell us a little about that now. Absolutely so The initial use of this therapy was for patients with very bad heart. Failure to implant a pump and this was in earlier generations that where it may not have been as durable at cetera and to get the patient very sick patient as a bridge to transplant. So like i said we implant the implant alabama It helps deliver blood flow to the body. So you know keeps the liver and the kidneys and the lungs alive and the patient can get up and live with go home while they wait for a heart transplant. Because there's a limitation of donor organs and sometimes patients are waiting for year two three for heart transplant a donor organ and so at that point we implanted the with the expectation that they were going to get bridged. And have it. Removed at the time of heart transplantation More recently with the advances. In in how good the pump is and we can talk about that a little bit too. There's been major technological advances. These pumps are now berry compatible with the blood in the body. Such that patients are living with these and so now you could be older than a transplant candidate. Typically around the age of sixty five is where we consider patients not to be transplant. Kim and it's because of their age and they live with this device for the rest of their lives and we holy expect and we have we follow about one hundred patients here at mayo clinic In patients have these as destination therapy. So they go to the market. They get back to farming. They you know they they do. They get back to living life. You know well device pretty. Can you live with one john well..
De RetailTrends Podcast
"anhui" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast
"Midst <Speech_Male> of sheikh <Speech_Male> flock newark. <Speech_Male> What graph <Speech_Male> your telescope. <Speech_Male> Fishing <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> for my dinesh <Speech_Male> sean confidently <Speech_Male> assumed that <Speech_Male> trump says <Speech_Male> middle-aged need <Speech_Male> villa combine <Speech_Male> my dad's <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Male> mice <Speech_Male> new stein full. <Speech_Male> Yeah <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> sure <Speech_Male> had <Speech_Male> had any <Speech_Male> form expert there <Speech_Male> other snakes <Speech_Male> for my <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> needs <Speech_Male> for <SpeakerChange> over <Speech_Male> stan theresa <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> memorial <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> she now <Speech_Male> fake idea <Speech_Male> cohen to five <Speech_Male> yard. Who <Speech_Male> the only <Speech_Male> a retail <Speech_Male> films <SpeakerChange> ian <Speech_Male> brunch It's <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> it's your <Speech_Male> ammo org new <Speech_Male> doco corona <Speech_Male> smelling the internet <Speech_Male> and the new. Max <Speech_Male> have <Speech_Male> of ingles novell bustan <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> as <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> a medicare mood <Speech_Male> stellar mudavadi <Speech_Male> pm <Speech_Male> mid. Who used at <Speech_Male> he says. Yeah <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> i i'll say <Speech_Male> hats is <Speech_Male> that they know he'll <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> deal. <Speech_Male> Mac <Speech_Male> facial found. Mac <Speech_Male> that's physically <Speech_Male> till <SpeakerChange> she could <Speech_Male> eat the mac <Speech_Male> on believe <Speech_Male> in his and do <Speech_Male> it unleashed <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Now that's mentioned <Speech_Male> online couldn't in <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> The heathen <Speech_Male> wrinkled matinees <Speech_Male> asi show unavowed <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> transphobia <Speech_Male> That's <Speech_Male> all. I need <Speech_Male> lots in oak <Speech_Male> much video montreal <Speech_Male> film. She'll for <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> matter. The <Speech_Male> member shelves <Speech_Male> off <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> field <Speech_Male> believe <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> degrades <Speech_Male> via <Speech_Male> website <Speech_Male> and netted <Speech_Male> contacts. <Speech_Male> Yeah <Speech_Male> the mentioned <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> telephone to the sign <Speech_Male> of the <Speech_Male> showroom of <Speech_Male> medicine <Speech_Male> today <Speech_Male> analogy footsie <Speech_Male> under the <Speech_Male> phone Oscar school <Speech_Male> detailer persona call <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> daca <Speech_Male> and organic ak- <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> fishy contacts <Speech_Male> the the <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> moon beija <Speech_Male> stance. My <Speech_Male> that's actually <Speech_Male> lives <Speech_Male> false. My <Speech_Male> physical retail moustakas <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> five <Speech_Male> year <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> fellowship. <Speech_Male> My <Speech_Male> four <Speech_Male> a lincoln log. <Speech_Male> Success <Speech_Male> is <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Same in on from <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> being <Speech_Male> stop fedor <Speech_Male> onto online <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> She'd who didn't <Speech_Male> left's <Speech_Male> sticky sackler <Speech_Male> maxwell but even <Speech_Male> in anhui <Speech_Male> guy. So <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> yeah <Speech_Male> for that. And all <Speech_Male> the flack down life. <Speech_Male> Flavor <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> new to <Speech_Male> dvd and stuff <Speech_Male> at tiffany <Speech_Male> s <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> hundred zero <Speech_Male> suspend low <Speech_Male> behold lobes and <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> you know <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> They'll marked <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> open <Speech_Male> on <Speech_Male> the taylor's of <Speech_Male> throughout on <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> malaya me <Speech_Male> area. <SpeakerChange> Y'all hp <Speech_Male> announcer will now <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> speak beige <Speech_Male> Pity slamming my <Speech_Male> eventually <Speech_Male> New <Speech_Male> shots at manufa holiday <Speech_Male> up for <Speech_Male> against <Speech_Male> the podcasts <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> The new shelf <Speech_Male> november <Speech_Male> that's <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> hung it on <Speech_Male> him on the liberal fundamentally <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> the heart of <Speech_Male> delays <Speech_Male> my looked <Speech_Male> at altitudes <Speech_Male> shit at all naive <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> prophetically <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> fiji <Speech_Male> of catholics. <Speech_Male> And on the <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> on the <Speech_Male> thing that you've <Speech_Male> got us on the name <Speech_Male> yeah <Speech_Male> look scout mark <Speech_Male> door <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> acres <Speech_Music_Male> on the <Speech_Music_Male> name <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> of <SpeakerChange> my <Speech_Male> lift. Be <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> more <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> here <Speech_Male> saket. <Speech_Male> Ego <Speech_Male> donka florida and <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> full cost <Speech_Male> panicky <Speech_Male> interview. <Speech_Male> Listen <Speech_Male> fascinates <Speech_Male> cost donkey <Speech_Male> velvet <Speech_Male> new <Speech_Male> podcast <Speech_Male> and listening <Speech_Male> hitlist. <Speech_Male> Fallen detainers <Speech_Male> cake for meetings. <Speech_Male> Much <Speech_Male> plans personnel. Don't <Speech_Music_Male> y'all <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> fanta.