35 Burst results for "Anton What"
Antron Pippen, Scottie Pippen's Oldest Son, Dies at 33
"Pippen says his adult son Antron has died. Pippen on his Twitter Page said his son passed away yesterday on Sunday and that his son suffered chronic asthma. No cause of death was given. News reports say. Anton Pippen Antron Pippen was 33 years old. Looking at
1inch Exchange: Decentralized Exchange Aggregation With Anton Bukov
"Anton. Welcome to the show. Hi geoffrey you work on one inch exchange. And i'd like to get into one inch exchange momentarily but let's start with the subject of decentralized exchanges. Explain what a decks is and why there are. Different decks is in the world. Yeah you know see great question. Sometimes i knew present some slides about this so yeah i will let me tell you about different decks of maybe a little bit history about like. We should exist puritan. The which order the riddick source and appeared may be doing to sixteen or even earlier. I can't remember because i joined Development in twenty seventeen they own audible waste the same way as centralized exchanges works. There are like lucane so actors their makers and takers makers they create orders for being fitted feel. It was exact prices and takers. They do feel the owners. They execute their swaps immediately but they have some potential sleep which because litchfield bunch of force for was different prices. Those who played anders lakers. They always was exact price which was like the owner and one over the significant improvements internal self gas costs was allowing people to create orders of chain. So you can approve some poking stool exchange smarter and you can leave your signature which will sign some order and anyone can use this order to go to this distance. Exchange and your form swap with you
The Hinterkaifeck Slaughter
"On april fifth nineteen seventy two munich detective georg rind gruber arrived at hinder kaifaqu farm to a gruesome scene. Sixty four year old. Andreas gruber seventy two year. Old wife chillier there. Thirty five year old daughter victoria and their seven year old granddaughter to chill you. Juniors bodies were laying in the barn. They'd been bludgeoned to death. With a sharp object chillier. Juniors throat had also been slashed. The families forty four year old maid. Maria baumgartner and their two year old son yosef were found in their beds. Murdered the very same way. Detective ryan gruber suspected. It could have been a robbery turned violent between the nearby towns of grover and beethoven. There was no shortage of petty crime at hinder kayak. The gruber's often dealt with and even employed local thieves hyper inflation and unemployment was on the rise. Since the start of world war one most couldn't afford to live on legitimate wages so many resorted to desperate measures to stay alive. The gruber's couldn't be picky about their farmhands. World war one had killed thirteen percent of german men in there was a serious shortage of competent workers which could be why. The gruber's hired the bigler brothers. Anton and carl bixler had criminal pasts and were known around town as troublemakers. So in detective ryan gruber caught wind of their connection. To the gruber's they became some of his first suspects.
Stars score early and often to dominate Blackhawks 6-1
"Scoring early and often the stars defeated the Blackhawks six to one year well T. V. Ranta scored one hundred seconds into the game and the rout was on also scoring for Dallas was Jamie Oleksiak John Klingberg Joe pawelski Esalen dell and roll pagans Anton Khudobin stopped twenty one of the twenty two shots against them as Dallas won for just the second time in their last seven games Patrick Kane appeared in his one thousandth career game for the Blackhawks who have lost three of four I'm David Shuster
Antone brings heat in push for Cincinnati Reds' rotation
"Reds played tonight and three hours against the kansas city. Royals perhaps not with these same amount of excitement as the night before her. Green and nikola delo pitched tj anton in relief last night against the dodgers and again that ended with a four four tie. I will admit to you. I get the purpose behind the rule that a team on defense can roll the inning over and basically ended prematurely as a fan. That's not much fun. Tony larussa has said as much. Tony larussa and i are on the same page about anything. That's saying something but above and beyond the outcome of the game which obviously doesn't matter. Tj antone pitch last night and he was phenomenal two innings. His fastball was ninety. Seven ninety eight ninety nine killer slider filthy curve five strikeouts two innings gave up. Just a hit. This is a guy who was a bit of a revelation. Last year made his major league debut with the reds early in the season started. Four games came in and relief and nine others and did a really really nice job. Here's david bell on what he liked from. Tj last night looks very lockton. Yeah maybe could've been the best basketball. I've seen include. Let's santa law so good last year. But his fastball of really good is everyone which means it just locked in a totally kind of grown accustomed to tj being very focused and determined so even those beverly in the spring doesn't surprise me at perching david bell last night talking about t j anto. I don't wanna make too much out of one. Spring training outing the didn't count. There is a lot of foolishness and doing that. But he is a part of a mix of guys who will ultimately answer one of the critical questions about the reds this spring. Which is who's gonna make up the back into the rotation right and even if he doesn't end up as a starter he could be a valuable member of a bullpen. that said goodbye to two quality. Relievers this offseason and rice laziest and archie bradley. But what role will tj antone bien after a good two thousand twenty. Here he is and what role he would like to be. Yeah i wanna start but wherever those. Tv's all right. Good short concise. It's the right answer. You don't get the sense just listening to that that he's going to be upset if he's not a starting pitcher but that is what he's been for most of his professional career one hundred and eleven appearances in the minor leagues one hundred and nine as a starter with different levels of success. I don't think there was anything about just looking. At his minor league statistical profile that would have suggested that he would emerge last. Year is valuable arm but he was. Era to eighty again pitched started four games when needed member wade. Miley had to miss some time. Sonny gray mr starr disc- he came out of the bullpen. Nine times and did a nice job. He'd really did a nice job last year. So now the question is does he factor into the mix a little bit more in the race to be the last starter.
James Chapman from Qualcomm on the Snapdragon wireless headphones
"My guest. Today is james chapman. He's vice president and general manager of voice and music and wearables few happening in in those spaces at qualcomm and a james Big announcement today. Qualcomm is announcing new technology. That promises to make wireless audio as good as if not better than wired audio and it's called qualcomm snapdragon sound. Why don't you tell me a little bit about it. Well qualcomm snapdragon sound. It's about delivering as you said the best audio experience. I'm if you think about wide audience today it's can be little bit glitchy a kind of dirty secret. You don't get the best hotel. It's all breast to get it up to then headphones and many times many. You'll notice if you play a game. Many times latency can be really quite pull. That's in our view and from not acceptable increasingly where we talked consumers. They also are saying you know we really rely on these wireless devices. We want to be as good as we possibly can What are you going to do it. And the answer is to think of the whole phone airbud like whole system. You know you can get far if you concentrate on earbuds you can get so far become strength to lift up your thinking it in qualcomm. We're able to do that and you say well. I wanna follow the sound all the way through the phone. All the way over that wireless wirelessly all the way through the interim walk. Can i do the answers. You can do a look really improve the quality really improve the latency really improve the robustness. And that is what we've done with. Snapdragon sounds collapsed. End to end holistic view to give the consumer that the best. We think we can possibly give to interesting elements of that. I think one is this idea of trying to overcome what you call the glitchy nece. Sometimes there are drops and connectivity and one of my pet peeves is. you'll be watching a video or playing a game and some lag is introduced. It's like one of those old poorly dubbed movies from From decades ago. So one way that you're getting around this as you mentioned is integrating starting with the snapdragon eight processor and assume moving forward other processors. Could you give me a sense of how the phone. And the your buds work together to overcome some of those problems. Let latency is a really good example. Actually liking this. Sometimes if you think about it let's let's imagine piggybacking on the audio and following it where it goes up in. The phone comes into some apps and game engine and it has to wonder it's way through quad loss of west on this software is complicated in any number of places it's gonna take a wrestler bit carry on his journey in all of this complicated software. You can really quite quickly stopped to build up latency. We've gone through an really optimize that so rather than audio being thing that happens as a corollary to everything else is something which is up from center latency way we then go into the i mean you mentioned the eight eight eight snuggle. President tastic pro. There's also the connectivity chimps. The fast connect jesse put they are also incredibly important. You can't deliver the audio into the chip. That's about to send over the air and having huddleston hang around for a while so in that again we've done a lot of optimize age. Make sure the audio gets prioritized and anton. He added interface with managing the co comex with wifi. Very catholics. so that you know you not stalled and hang around waiting. We've managed the radio very carefully. So we've even gone into the The bluetooth radio with we've added features of secret sauce. If you like to make that work more efficiently batter than it would otherwise work and then over the going to do everything reverse did you go back through the air but that software radio interface again optimized and if you follow the audio on that journey all the places if the everywhere in the devices all the places where it was kind of hanging around not being pirates is not be optimized. We've gone through polished ola. At that point you then get this really low latency optimize end to end experience kind of need to behave if you really going to get the best of the consumer excellent. That's really helpful in understanding how you've overcome some of those challenges when digital music. mp threes. i came on the scene. There was a lot of concern. Where ruining our our ears. Where we're going to get used to generation is going to get used to this low quality audio and here. we are years later and According to qualcomm's research according to trends we're seeing in the marketplace consumers really want high quality audio and we're seeing worthy streaming services come online now offering high resolution master quality audio and staff. Dragons sound addresses that as well right absolutely so. It's it's really interesting. I think if you go back a little bit why do we end up with low quality audio. I mean we've been. We've been kind of with really quite poor quality for quite a long time and it's all because of the size of the music so we were very limited. It wasn't so much. The people didn't want high quality audio. It was more like couldn't get if they wanted it a now where we are as things that things move on a lot in terms of the basic activity to the phone. I'm so you've got five g. You've got wi fi six. If you wanna get high-definition strings you certainly can. There's no no penalty getting and then the streaming services. They've also paid attention to to the consumer as possible on redoing of snapdragon. Sam we've been very lucky to be involved with amazon music. And they have some fascinating insights into you know as they've started to add hd streaming the kind of the poll and the increased engagement from that consumers again doubles dannon shows that high-definition audio crop. Equality audio something that consumers react to and they really want now. Y you can hear it. Calling voice couldn't hear music but why because music without all the extra kinda frequency content can feel hope and flapped if you have to do a side by side kind of compressed audio with his high definition audio. The thing that you'll notice as kind of an openness brightness and i am see an intimacy to the sound that you just don't get with the compress files and once people here that they can do very very Hooked by it now. Cross the problem today to get all the phone. You then put on your headphones. We have to compress it away again. Actually get it. Delivered up -til cheerio drum and undoubted again is the thing that snapdragon sound is trying to fix for us allows us to actually finally deliver the high quality audio all the way to your eardrum whereas appreciative
With no crowds, Louvre gets rare chance to refurbish
"The stores at the Louvre museum in Paris C. using the corona virus pandemic to repent the museum and its famous artworks the forced closure has granted museum officials a golden opportunity to carry out long over to refurbishments that was simply not possible with nearly ten million visitors a year head curator of the artifacts department Elizabeth Anton Karnik says the Mona Lisa has good reason to Simon I smile at her empty gallery that's a loss it is it's a when the museum re opens everything will be perfect for its visitors the Sleeping Beauty will have had time to powder her nose when the museum reopens initially on the visitors with pre booked reservations will be granted entry in line with fire safety precautions I'm Sarah buses
Panthers close in on Central-leading Lightning with 6-4 win
"Alexander Barkov scored the game winning goal in a wild one in Tampa Monday night as the Florida Panthers defeated their cross state rivals the Tampa Bay Lightning six to four Panthers goalie Chris trigger stopped twenty seven of thirty one shots for the win the teams traded goals in the first Steven Stamkos back after missing the last two games scored for the lightning Jonathan Huberdeau answered ninety seconds later the goals came fast and often in the second Anthony Duclair scored twice for the Panthers sort Alexander Volkov for the lightning Tampa Bay started the third down by only one but Anton stralman added the insurance goal early in the final frame to put Florida back up by two Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Timme, Kispert lead No. 1 Gonzaga to 20th straight win
"Top ranking Zach got picked up its twentieth straight win since last season and improved to sixteen Arnold this season with a ninety sixty two pounding of San Diego due to me had twenty one points for the Bulldogs who started slow and actually trailed nineteen fourteen before taking control with a fifteen run I just got to play better you know I can't come out there and just throw some crap from the group I actually got a finish in the liver and that's what I'm here to do an install on this team and I didn't do my role to start off the game I got to be better and I owe more to my teammates and the coaching staff's Corey Kispert added nineteen points and keyed an impressive stretch in which the zags went ahead by twenty early in the second half Julia Strother had eleven points in Anton Watson had ten for Gonzaga which at fifty eight percent from the field I'm Dave very
Biden and Putin Speak on Phone
"President vladimir putin got on the phone with biden yesterday. And not just in the sense of tapping the line using spy method. start per white house press secretary jen psaki biden used his first call with putin to address russia's aggression against ukraine interference in the street from the election and the alleged assassination attempt on russian opposition leader. Alexey navalny the two leaders also discussed new start. A nuclear arms reduction treaty between the us and russia that is set to expire next week following this weekend's protests against putin the world's most toxic blonde man made a rare rebuttal of navalny's claims against him specifically putin took issue with an ovonic video s. eight. Which said he has a billion dollar palace on the black sea putin said quote nothing of what was indicated there as my property belongs not me or my close relatives which funny enough actually does not contradict navales claims that the residents formerly belongs to putin proxies to add some realism. Putin went out of his way to slam the property which is said to contain a hookah lounge with a stripper pole. An ice hockey rink andy. Casino he said quote of all. I have seen there. I was interested in only one thing. Why making it's a very good and noble activity. Okay seems misguided to try and fight bad. Pr by coming out. Publicly is anton. Yeah let's go man. Look if it's if it's dave and buster's in the house we're we're okay with that that's not the problem you have
New York gets new train hub, in transformed postal building
"The first trains rolled out of a new train hub in New York City the Moynihan train hall replaces the cramped and dingy Penn station across the street writer Anton Titov says this new station is a big improvement this reminds me off more that they're saying Paris because that's a former train station with a lot of light coming from the roof the station is illuminated by a ninety two foot high skylight featuring more than an acre of glass can't Lafferty is impressed it's already open they had it finished so quickly and it looks so beautiful in the midst of a pandemic the station opened on time Tim duvall says this is a good sign for the future a really good opportunity for us to see how New York can be revived the station is named after the late senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan I'm a Donahue
Death on eve of Brazil's Black Consciousness Day sparks fury
"Beaten by security guards. It happened last night on the eve of Black Consciousness Day as NPR's Philip Reeves reports his death has caused a huge outcry. The beating was captured on video by an onlooker. The footage shows a black man on the ground at a supermarket. White Security guard Hold him down Another strikes. The man repeatedly in the face is quite Anton is more hell. The prosthesis pan card death of 40 Roach. One freighters is making headlines on a day in which Brazil is supposed to honor its black citizens. It happened in the southern city of Porto, allegedly the supermarkets operators carry for are calling his death of brutal crime cannot force canceled its contract with the security company. That's no consolation to black Brazilians and many others now flooding the Internet with messages of anger and despair. Or this crowd protesting this afternoon at their local cattle for branch in the capital of resilience, I can't breathe, they cry. The security man who beat freight is charged with first degree homicide once an off duty policeman. They were reportedly called to the scene After an altercation between freighters and a store employees. The local state governor, Eduardo lead ship promises a rigorous investigation It was different thoughts is indeed a novice. Recess gym, you'll answer. Everyone's outraged by this excessive violence. This led to the death of a black citizen says Let you Yet for many black Brazilians, this is all too familiar communication problem. It's very common for people linked to security forces to kill black Brazilians, says Renato Ferreira, a race relations lawyer. The death in the U. S of George Floyd resonated in Brazil, which has a long history of violent racism. Tensions have grown under far right President Chae Abortion, auto valuables on out of here but isn't the one who did this. Someone with a grudge posted on this election was a huge blow to many Brazilians, says Panetta. Boston out of himself has not commented on Francis's death. His vice president has it's lamentable, General Hamilton Morale told journalists yet on this black consciousness day, But I went on to insist that in Brazil, racism does not exist. The briefs. NPR NEWS REDISH NETTLES
Socialization by Robots?
"Today. You're complaining about a very disturbing robot for children so this actually is i. I saw this On a commercial that came up on our streaming service. And i actually said to. My husband is an snl skip. Are we watching a saturday night. Live is this for real bad for a horror movie up like legitimately it was. It was so out there that i thought it was a skit because it started off with this young boy in a room. And he's sitting by himself at one of those little play tables first of all wire young boy who's like six or seven at a little tiny toddlers. Play table is beyond me but anyway So he's sitting there and he's doing something on his own. Obviously right those. I'm elise no other children around. Because he's in his bedroom or wherever he is and then both as parents come in and they walk over and hi how are you and what you're doing and the child is looking very to look very kind of lonely. You know anton and socially isolated and then they delicately delicately introduce this This table top robot that they they call moxie and it's like it's not like it doesn't look like a person it kind of looks like maybe like Yoda like it's kind of like this little creature without the ears but it's got like a body and then head and then like two cars that move and then it's got this the faces digital so the faces the screen and they start introducing this robot this child and the child in the robot. Start this interaction. This social interaction and the robot is asking the child these questions and there you know shaking hands and they're talking and so just to sum up this whole commercial this is being. This robot is kind of being touted as a revolution in child development. Because this robot is going to interact with your child is going to socialize with your child and is going to be. You know the thing that is going to help your child. socially and emotionally grow as a human being so to me that is disturbing on so many stories. So that's my my summary address the situation. And what are your thoughts after. You whitney oregon. Oh my gosh this is. This is what has come to this. What we're doing. Because i watch the video but i went to the website and looked at that thing and could they have made it any crappier. Honestly it's not even pleasing to look at it. Did you see the child. Did you scroll down and see the child. These children do not look happy. Children look like we will take your programming. Tell our parents thank you. There's something deeply not right here. Oh and it helps. Apparently the robot helps the children's self-regulate so if they're if they're like you know if there is stressed or their emotional than the robot will do Breathing exercises with them year. That's joe they're becoming emotionless. Autumn's do the will of the robot so circulation. Didn't this is so bizarre. It really is. This i mean is a solution to our social distancing of neal's a sweat people are are looking for because their kids aren't being socialize. I saw this on a commercial on tv. And then i was reading an article yesterday about. How moms are starting to worry about their young babies and toddlers who are not getting the socialization that We they would typically have because of our social distancing policies and procedures and in the article. It name this moxie as a solution to the socialization issues that we have right now. I'm thinking only this really like this is what it is now that were trying to find other ways to to get our kids to socialize.
"anton what" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You finish this first out of the Final four, he's going to win that series title. And that's coming up this weekend. So a solid day I played ah, good chunk, not agood Chunk, but a chunk of Darius Butler because I thought he was awesome. But it was really interesting. All right, So, as I mentioned, I don't want to go off the board and on a Friday I'll go off the board. But if I see something, it's really unusual. I'll go off the board and this is really unusual like here in Southern California. We have expecting parents who damn near lit the entire region on fire during a gender reveal party they blew up. A pyrotechnic in 114 degree heat in the dead middle off the driest and most flammable month ever in southern California native I'm used to wildfires. This was terrible, man. Terrible and for the worst reason ever Ah, gender reveal party because some idiot Little firework off in the middle of summer in the driest time ever. And that same to case of like, Yeah, that'll happen. It will only happen if you have an imbecile doing it. Maybe next time you have a doctor, call you up and tell you the sex of the kid. No homes have to be evacuated. Nobody's lives erect. And that's how you handle that. Now down under in Australia. They've got pets. And they've got pets who save people from fires. They don't have humans setting fires over babies. Their pets, saving people from fires and not just any pet. But a talking pet. Damn talking parrot. A parent who alerted his sleeping owner to his home being on fire. Let me stop right there. It's probably something I should have covered long ago. But is there anything more weird? More weird than owning a bird? Like snake guy can't believe bird guy. Lizard guy can't believe bird guy mean owning a bird? Right? I must apologize for having cats. I love cats. I'm not gonna apologize for owning horses. I love horses. I'm not gonna apologize for being a dog. I mean, who doesn't love dogs? Owning. Ah bird is a pet. Not only a bird but an exotic bird. They're birds. Aren't they supposed to fly? Are they supposed to be outside? Not inside, crapping all over the newspaper. The only thing more weird than anything weirder or more bizarre than having a bird. Owning a bird and making that bird a pet. Is having a bird as a pet. They can speak a talking bird. This of all things in the world does not getting nearly enough run. An animal that can speak Why does that not get more? Attention? Why does that not get more run? The fact of parrots can talk. Stop. Think about that for a second. Maybe the weirdest thing ever. I mean, for real. Just just stop and think about that for a second. Think about the fact that we live amongst freaking talking birds. Weird is hell. Weird is how ah bird that can articulate a thought. All right. Weird, weird. But in this case life saving because, according to Anton Win He owns the bird. His parrot started yelling at him in the middle of the night last night. And what could only be described as one of the creepier. Scarier things. Ever imagine being a woken in the middle of the night by a parrot screaming Anton Anton. Anton What? Anton Anton. What? Pants on Freaking nightmare. Right measure animals screaming at you only in a dream. Except this happened. And it turns out that that nightmare was actually when Anton rolled out of the rack because that bird woke Anton up. Anton Anton Watch on and on. The reason the bird was screaming. Is Anton woke up and realized that there was smoke. There was smoke in the back of his home. There was smoke because the house was on fire. Oh, man, Anton runs downstairs. Grabs the bird gets the hell out of the house. This is not a dog barking. This is Anton talking, or I should say the bird talking. Anton Anton. Why? Smoke. I don't know. Maybe just screamed his name but apparently screamed his name Enoughto wake him up. Which is an amazing story, An amazing story because apparently the bird the bird is, in fact, a smoke detector. The bird detected the smoke. Ah, minute before the smoke alarm. So not good news for the smoke alarm industry but great news for the parent community. Now, when people buy new homes or rent apartments, they're not going to ask when the last time the batteries were changed on the smoke alarm. They're going to ask if that place comes with a talking parrot. Or a smoke detecting parent. Here's where it gets even crazier. Anton told the BBC quote Eric my parrot. Started to yell, so I woke up. I smelled smoke. I grabbed Eric and bolted outside and quote. Wait, What? Hold up. I'm sorry. Did you say your parents name is Eric? Eric. Did I hear that right? You named your talking bird, Eric? I don't know. Even more bizarre, even creepier even more weird. Than having a talking pet is giving that talking pet a human name, Eric. What? Steve didn't want any of that..
Georgia Senate race goes into runoff territory
"Where election officials are reporting more vote tallies. The latest numbers show that President Trump's lead among votes counted so far falling to below 14,000 the States voting system Implementation manager Gabriel Sterling said this morning that he is prayerful that all votes will be counted by the end of today. Joining us now is a meal. Moffett reporter at W. A. B E in Atlanta and a meal how many votes are still left to be counted and how much has counting mail in ballots helped close this gap for Biden? Anton you We just got an update from the secretary of State's office. 47,000 ballots absentee ballots left to count. As of this hour in Georgia, so they're getting added It's taken a taken a while, but but it's happening. And what we've seen over the course of the last 24 to 36 hours is that all of these ballots that are still being counted our mail in ballots, and those have favored the Democrat Joe Biden. So we have seen Donald Trump's lead in Georgia dropped dramatically in the last 36 hours. And as you mentioned, it's down to the last update 13,000 to 20 the difference between the two candidates. What are the counties that you're specifically watching? We are watching a Fulton obviously is the largest county in Georgia. It does lean Democrat very heavily in Fulton County. They have completed the counting in Fulton County, but they're still uploading those results to the secretary of state's website, so they haven't necessarily all showed up. There's about 5000 left to show up on Fulton side so that could even cut into the lead the president to leave a little bit more. We're also watching Chatham County Savannah, which is also a Democrat, leading area. There's still 17,000 absentee ballots to be processed and scanned and counted and uploaded there. So that could be another area in which Joe Biden picks up some more votes Remind us briefly why Georgia is so critical to this presidential race right now. It's critical not only because it's closed but because this is a place where Donald Trump won by five points. Four years ago, and now with a million new registered voters In the course of the last couple of years, it is become a toss up state. And you know some of the president's advisors there saying that you know if they don't win Georgia that could be the ball game for everything. And so I think, you know, a win here for Joe Biden would pretty much sealed the deal. And it would just be an incredible turnaround story in politics coming from 2016, too, now. Let's talk a little bit about litigation. A Georgia judge has thrown out this lawsuit from the Trump campaign that tried to invalidate some of these mail in ballots alleging that they came in after seven PM on election night. Are we likely to see another challenge in the state? And if so, on what grounds I would imagine we may see some or legal action based on the extreme close nature of this race. But quite frankly, it's going to have to be on process more than the laws themselves. This is a state with a Republican secretary of state, a Republican controlled state election board and a Republican Legislature. So as far as the law's go, there's not really a lot for Republicans to complain about. They're going to have to go after, as was mentioned in this lawsuit, which was dismissed this morning, the process of actually handling the ballots and what the process is going as far as handling those ballots that were received before and after seven o'clock on election night, which is kind of the deadline in the line of demarcation for What ballots are going to be counted and what are not. Georgia law allows for a recount it fewer than half a percent difference. Is the Biden camp preparing for a legal fight, too? I think that you know, they definitely could be. You know this. This race could come down to just a couple of 1000 votes well within the margin, So I think no matter what happens in this state, no matter who comes out on top when all the votes are counted here in the next day or two, I think we could see a recount definitely is something that That both parties would like to challenge depends on who comes out on top 30 seconds I have with you. What's the latest on the Senate race there between Republican David Perdue and Democrat John Aasif? It is looking more and more like a second Senate race in Georgia will go to a runoff in January. David Purdue has just dropped below the 50% bar part which you're required to attain here in Georgia to win an election. And so Jon Ossoff's challenger, is hoping to get into that runoff in January, which could very well determine the control of the U. S. Senate with two races in Georgia. That's a male Moffett reporter at
Lilly antibody drug fails in a COVID-19 study; others go on
"Anton and Antibody drug for people hospitalized with overnight team a study testing an antibody drug for Cove in 19 from Eve I. Lily is being halted by the U. S government. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which was sponsoring the study says there was no safety problem. But there was a low chance the drug would prove helpful. The drug was being tested for people hospitalized with Cove in 19. In a separate statement, Eli Lilly said. Ah government study continues testing the antibody drug in mild to moderate lii ill patients to try to prevent hospitalization and severe illness. Mike Rossi, a Washington There's some good news for
Disinformation is Solvable
"We have this ideal of free speech, which is that there's a marketplace of ideas out there that more speeches always better because the good ideas will win out in the end. It's a kind of fundamentally optimistic idea. It comes originally from the political philosopher, John Stewart Mills and his book on Liberty in the nineteenth century, and then it Kinda comes into Supreme Court land in the twentieth century but it often turns out not to be true there various eras in history where propaganda and false ideas have actually won the day in politics you can think about the Nazis you can think about times of Soviet, union communism other nine, thousand, nine, hundred examples of. Fascism and more recent governments in places like Brazil and India, where disinformation has really one out and so I think that we are flirting with that possibility in a scary way in the United States right now the fact is marketplace of ideas was always a pretty shaky concept and so free speech is really important to our democracy but we need I think to reconceptualise how we think about it and how we protect it in a way that really protects the speech that supports democracy instead of threatening it too. So we get our terms clear sale little about how disinformation with a D. differs from misinformation with an m yeah I mean these are sort of. Terms that are only I think the definitions are becoming clearer kind of as we speak but misinformation usually refers to fax that turn out to be wrong and disinformation refers to wrong facts that are being deliberately pedaled for political end. So it's the more sinister version. Disinformation intentional deception often fueled by. Actors of different kinds is sort of crowding out the good information, economics called Gresham's law where you know the bad money the money that's fake gold kind of is circulating everywhere in the real money disappears from the marketplace in a way that something like that happening with information right with is just all of this swirling nonsense depending on where you get your information from and you can't tell what's the good information or if there's any good information in that context way. So one way to think about this is that it used to be hard. To speak, we had gatekeepers, we had these traditional media companies that had a real hold and sort of control over speech. Now, it's really easy to speak, but it's very hard to be heard, and some of what we see in disinformation campaigns is a deliberate effort to drown out true speech or to smear the reputations of people especially online so that they'll effectively be silenced they'll leave the space they won't keep trying to talk, and so it's the use of speech to suppress speech, and that is very challenging for our American First Amendment to deal with. Having you had a really good example in your your piece, which was a me my I hadn't come across that the Democrats were threatening to secede from the country. The election. Just tell that story in brief because it was such a tidy example of sort of you know in the famous like mark. Twain like a lie that God halfway around the world before the truth guidance boots on him and it's just a piece of nonsense spread like wildfire, right? Yeah. So over the summer, a group of academics and former. Administration officials, former campaign staffers, pollsters they got together to game out the twenty twenty election and they played out various scenarios in which one or the other candidate won. It was close there was litigation. There wasn't there basically testing the system of American democracy and Rosa Brooks who was one of the CO organizers of this project wrote an essay in the Washington Post in which you mentioned that in one of the several hypothetical Scenarios Biden won the popular vote Belossi the Electoral College and fictional team Biden talked about trying to ask California and the Pacific northwest threatened to secede as a way of pressuring Republicans to add more succeeds to the Senate there's just a sentence about this in Rosa Brooks's essay Out of that sentence comes an article by Michael Anton- a former trump official and a conservative publication. Arguing that a coup is coming and from that article comes and appearance by another trump official Tucker Carlson show talking about this fictional threat of a democratic coup, very popular right-wing podcast named Dan Bongino. He shows up making videos about this that are getting millions and millions of views on social media president trump tweets in praise of publication called Revolver News, a right-wing website, which is also spreading this false story and what you see here, all the parts of the right wing media ecosystem coming together to really give a big platform to this made up idea that the Democrats are planning a coup.
Free speech and the struggle against misinformation ahead of 2020 election
"Last week, The New York Post published a potentially damaging story about Hunter Biden, son of the Democratic presidential nominee. Based on emails, The Post said, were provided by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and originally harvested from a laptop computer left in a Delaware repair shop. There were enough questions about the authenticity of the emails that most mainstream media declined to publish the story, but it's the kind of content that Khun spread like wildfire on Social media. In a remarkable move Twitter on Wednesday Band users from sharing links to the story because it said the emails may have been hacked and contained private information. It reversed course two days later after Republicans accused Twitter of censorship. But the episode illustrates a question our guest, Emily Bazelon, has been thinking about in an age when questionable, Perhaps even fabricated content can sweep through the digital world unchecked. Does our traditional commitment to unfettered free speech still serve democracy. And the cover story for this week's New York Times Magazine, Basil on surveys the impact that lies and conspiracy theories sometimes promoted by foreign actors can have on our political discourse. And she explores how other countries think differently about free speech and its relationship to a healthy democracy. Emily Bazelon is a graduate of the Yale Law School and a journalist. She's a staff writer for the New York Times Magazine and the Truman Capote fellow for Creative Writing at Yale Law School. She's also the author of two books. She joins us from her home in New Haven, Connecticut. Emily Bazelon welcome back to fresh air. Thanks so much for having me you open your piece with a story that began making the rounds some months back, among right wing voices on the Internet that there was a plan by the forces of Joe Biden to stage a coup to take over the government in connection with the November election. First of all, what was the basis of this claim? Great. So this is ahh concocted claim and the sort of colonel at the center of it was a project called the Transition Integrity Project, a group of about 100 academics and journalists and pollsters and former government officials and former campaign the staff staffers. They started meeting over the summer to kind of game out various scenarios for the November election, and so they were basically testing American democracy in the event that President Trump wins in the event that vice President Biden winds To see in various scenario is what could happen. And in the event, there's a contestant result in a long, nasty count. Yes, exactly especially in the event if there's a contestant result in litigation and other possibilities, and so in one of their several scenarios, Biden wins the popular vote but loses the Electoral College. And so in that hypothetical case they imagined the Democrats would get desperate. And they might consider encouraging California and the Pacific Northwest to threaten to secede in exchange for pressuring Republicans to expand the size of the Senate. So Rosa Brooks, who was one of the organizers of this project, She's a law professor at Georgetown. She published an essay where she mentioned this threat to succeed in one sentence in an essay in The Washington Post. On the next day, you see someone named Michael Anton's, a former national security adviser to President Trump. He has an article called The Coming CU Question. Mark and based on Rosa Brooks is characterization of what the transition integrity project was doing. He starts saying that Democrats are laying the groundwork for a revolution and then you see that article take off in extremist online communities. There is AH podcast maker named Dan Bongino, who's a big trump supporter. He makes videos about it. One of them has the tag. They are telling you what they are going to do exclamation point his videos pull in millions of views. Then you see the story. My great toe, a right wing website called Revolver News Revolver. News starts to spin up the idea that Norm Eisen, who participated in the transition Integrity project and is a longtime Democratic lawyer in Washington. That he's at the center of this supposed coup. And from there, Tucker Carlson feature someone talking about this concocted made up story on his show. And then you see it just go viral on social media and get picked up by lots of groups, including, like a county Republican organization in Oregon, So it is Perfect kind of story because it pulls in both traditional media in the form of Fox and also social media. And then you see President Trump get involved. He tweets in praise of Revolver news, and then he tweets quote the November 3rd election result may never be accurately determined, which is what some want. And that's a kind of typical dark, slightly vague, foreboding kind of warning from President Trump that further perpetuates this coup narrative. And then Trump later retreat. Someone talking about a coup with regard to Nancy Pelosi. So you see from this hypothetical project that was really meant to be a kind of academic exercise about the election. This whole sat of conspiracy theories on the right that get a lot of play in the media on social media, and then from the president
"anton what" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Bernie. Sanders seems to be the one to beat right now after some early success in the Democratic. Party's presidential primaries the US senator from Vermont is the frontrunner but this weekend. He faces a task in South Carolina. Joe Biden is confident. He's going to win that state's primary tomorrow and for the sake of his campaign he better. It's considered a make or break moment for the former vice presidents presidential run character. Nine is with the Bernie Sanders campaign. She's the deputy State Director of four South Carolina and we reached Ms Turned Tyne in Columbia South Carolina. Mr Anton what is the mood like among Bernie Sanders supporters in South Carolina? Today we are incredibly excited. We are approaching the epicenter of what we believe will be an update here in. South Carolina was still very optimistic. Volunteers are energized. So we are excited and feeling really good. You say you're hoping for an upset. I guess that's because the polls actually show that Joe Biden is the favorite to win a heading into the state Primary tomorrow so what would a biden when mean if it does happen for Senator Sanders just days ahead of Super Tuesday where the stakes are of course so much higher. I think a Biden means You know that the the Biden campaign is getting. Its footing you know. He's had a really really slow. Start coming out of Iowa and Hampshire and In Nevada where you know the Bernie Sanders campaign has seen The winds on top of the momentum growing for the last three contests and so finally able to pull it out here. I think it will show that. He's got a little bit of a footing. He's he's getting some stability in terms of his campaign and messaging. I don't think it means that Bernie. Sanders has in any way failed. Ninety days ago we were you know thirty points down in the state and now we are within the margin of error. We saw earlier this week. That Congressman Jim Clyburn endorsed Joe Biden. A He's the most senior African American in the Congress and you know significant voice in your state. I know how important is the African American? Vote to Who takes this state I mean? I think it's critical. We know that you know more than sixty percent of the electorate is asking American. What they're really battling for now is how do we create a standard quality of life in a country where African Americans have in many ways? They left behind. And we'll talk about that. We're talking about you know. Clean air fresh water. Good food out of the ground everybody being able to make a minimum a minimum wage that allows them to live affordably At least a fifteen dollars an hour being able to go to a strong public school and go on to a higher education that doesn't saddle them with soon. Debt we want that for every South Carolinian and for every American in this country and we want the standard quality of life for even the poorest among us to be to be good on the ballot. So we appreciate you know the state endorses. That that that the senator has here in the state and what they've done to move the needle for us in South Carolina and and that I think is the difference is we want to push a quality of life that sees the value of every person. And so you know the Clyburn endorsement I think is is helping by these last couple of hours of the election and get a little bit of a bomb but it does not We'll not translate into the energy and the excitement that we see from young people and the energy and excitement that we see from their parents and grandparents took voting for today but they're voted for the future of their families. East a message that Senator Sanders is offering is so resonant with African Americans. Why does he appear to be having trouble connecting with them in the polls is there something he can do to change that well? I don't think that's accurate. I think what you see. Is You see The Biden campaign holding onto a nostalgia of the Obama Candidacy and the Obama presidency and we are challenging. You know the notion that the black vote is simply anointed. Because of the connection to Obama. We are out here. Earning the vote of the African American community every day. Every door knocked every phone call. We're working for and we're earning too and so you know it's not it's not accurate to suggest. Bernie Sanders says I have to support black community. I myself in an African American and my parents are in their seventies and they are voting for Bernie Sanders. So this is about the message. This is about the idea that every family regardless of their zip code deserves a high quality of life and African Americans walk that for their families and so that message is getting out is breaking through and and and people of color all of this country and here in South. Carolina are voting for Bernie. We are seeing a lot of of moderate American voters saying that. They're not comfortable supporting someone who defines himself as democratic socialist who supports Medicare for all perhaps at the loss of of insurance plans. They insist they really love He said these positive. Things about Fidel. Castro's Cuba. He talked in the past about admiring some things in the former. Soviet Union How do you convince those people to support the man? Nobody loves her insurance company. They love their doctor in an and and for a lot of people their doctors with them for a very long time. But what we're talking about is that it's wrong -cation and you need medical care. A your doctor has on the other side of the country the other side of the state. You still need to know that you can go into a hospital and get the care that you need without staggering medical bills that surprise you must layer. That's what we're talking about. We're talking about healthcare that human rights. We're talking about the ability and the confidence to know that if you decided to change careers. You don't have to stay in a job that you don't love because you're GonNa lose your health care. We're talking about the fact that you wanNA start a business. You don't have to worry about. Not being able to get the care that you need as a as someone to dealing with or maintaining a chronic illness because you're gonNA lose your healthcare and not be able to go out and start a business and so we know that these are the issues that working families are concerned about and we know that fit their countries all across the world that provide healthcare as a human rights and this is a standard that we should have in our country is so. I think that we convince people to vote for Bernie Sanders because we cannot afford. If you're if you're poor and if you're working in this country you can't afford half-measure. You can't afford them. You need someone who's GonNa fight all the way for you and that is the message that we will take into November and be able to draw folks in to understand that Bernie. Sanders is a champion of working families. And that is what will cause people to vote for him. Ms Turn tiny appreciate giving us your time today. Thank you very much. Thank you so much character. Anton runs a campaign management consulting firm. She's the deputy State Director for South Carolina and stately Tennessee for the Bernie Sanders campaign. She's in Columbia. South Carolina Avenue..
The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music
"A look into my eyes. You will see who are my name is Lucifer. Please take my hand. Those lyrics from a song called neighb- recorded by Black Sabbath in one thousand nine hundred seventy hi I'm FAO Hsun and today. We'll talk about satanism. In Popular American Music Wikipedia Satanism page states the following prior to the public practice satanism existed primarily as an accusation by various Christian groups toward perceived ideological opponents rather than a self identity religious studies scholars say that the very definition initiative the term has a history of being designation made by people against those whom they dislike. It is a term used for uttering and in the Bible Satan and the word was used as an ordinary noun. Meaning the adversary the terms satanism and Satanist I appear in English and French during the sixteenth century and Satanism didn't become an official religion until nineteen sixty six when the Church of Satan was established by Anton Levay besides being being a philosopher and occultist Levy was a musician who played multiple instruments including the Oregon in addition to his infamous satanic mass album. Other other albums would be released by levay in the nineties. This leveraging of music by the very person who established the Church of Satan made historical sense in context particularly Italy regarding art and entertainment where the concept of Satan has long been used as a symbol of expression. Many classical compositions were said to be vehicle for the the devil particularly due to the use of a specific combination of notes. A unique cord within music itself that was associated with evil. Known as the Devil's record the notes when played together has many other names including Diablo's in New Jersey. GotTa Latin for Devil and music or the devil's interval. The Tri tone the tree and the Flathead v basically. It's a combination of notes that when played together in accord become the musical equivalent of the Hebrew. GBD'S ABC's the court can be found in compositions from Beethoven and Wagner and even jazz composition such as the girl from EPA Nima and the Song Maria from West aside story fender dot com actually gives budding guitarists a tutorial on how to create the devils cord and it serves as a great description of what it is so our read it quote in simple terms tripod or yod is a fifth played. One Fret down to play of latiff with a G.. Power Cord place so your first finger on the third fred of the low e string. That's the root note or the G.. Now put your third finger to frets up on the fifth fret of with the a string. That's the fifth in this case the D. to complete the power cord placed your fourth finger next to your third finger on the next ring over the the destroying. That's the octave of the root note. Another G. strummed together. These three strings create a pleasant sounding. Chord G. D. G.. But but if you take your second finger and played a frat down as a D. Flatt instead of a d. it creates a flat. V when played after the I G or plucked slowly in a g root note G Octave d flat flat v Progression. It creates a dissonant or ugly tone especially with distortion and that that is the devils cord in their infancy. The genres of Blues and Jazz were routinely referred to as the Devil's music partially due to the innate rebellion within the sound and the lyrics themselves but also partially due to an institutionally dehumanized regard of black musicians and black people. In general neural. The devils cord first appeared in rock music when Jimi Hendrix used it in the opening of his classic Song Purple Haze it would later become a staple in the repertoire are black Sabbath. Who are cited as one of the pioneering bands of the heavy metal genre and it would be heavy metal that took the devils cord and ran like a bat out of hell? Oh with it with numerous metal bands. Such as Metallica slipknot and slayer who even named their nineteen ninety eight album. Diab Bula Sin Musica but it was black black Sabbath perhaps more than any other modern band that may the devils core part of American mainstream music the band which like every rock band at at the time was originally rooted in Blues. They first called themselves the Polka Tall Blues Band and then later they call themselves earth it was the latter name Earth Earth that presented a challenge as it was being used by another English group at the same time they were also inspired by nine hundred sixty three horror film called black Sabbath. That started the legendary Boris Karloff. They saw that a local horror movie. Theatre had a line of people waiting to buy tickets and intrigued by the appeal of this type of content. They went ahead head and wrote a song also titled Black Sabbath. The lyrics were based on a horror story and a nightmare. One of the members of the band had these horror movie lyrics combined with the foreboding introduced by the devils core helped the band create an unprecedented experience in music. According to Wikipedia the new sound was a a quote stark contrast to the popular music of the late nineteen sixties which was dominated by a flower power folk music and Hippie culture and an attempt at creating the musical equivalent of horror films and quote the commercial success of this new sound came despite being initially critically panned hand along with marketing stunts such as releasing titles on Friday the thirteen and recording music in dungeons it was clear. The dark side and music was connecting connecting with audiences it would be black Sabbath commercial embrace of the devils cord along with horror and demonic symbolism and themes that influenced every metal act that followed and laid the groundwork for every sub genre from the blackest and truly demonic to grunge to popular bands such as Nirvana van Halen soundgarden and Marilyn Manson
"anton what" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Building a better Sacramento news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. on fifteen thirty AM manager on her radio aptly W. A. L. T. Walter and sterling on a Sunday night you in our lives we're live in the cab of our eighteen Wheeler driving the uber there's James Branson and not pi. Frankie Reds I read Roberts I love you I read Robert's hello Irene there's Karen to Mr sneakers can Brandenburg Liz Thomas and sergeant sergeant I respect you Sean be welcome to sterling on Sunday Marion Anton what a great name John Harrison. and Angela. best alone Angela best alone Louis Tomlinson John Cole wow okay you can see the laundry room in the laundry view right now the laundry if you go to Walter M. sterling see the laundry view live video stream Facebook Walter M. strong go to Facebook lead see the live stream now right now I'd like you to pick up that expensive lower price phone of your's and take a picture of whatever you're looking at I'd love to see what you see while you're listening to strolling on Sunday email to me Walter and strolling at G. mail Walter M. sterling at G. mail Walter M. sterling at G. mail and all posted during the week on the Facebook page so everybody can see it because I I think this would put creek community you know how people talk about community would like to form a community oh my god Brenda welcome to sterling on Sunday at eight eight eight six eight eight W. A. L. T. hi Brent the welcome to the giant network radio show. hi. hi I have to say I love you so I've only listened to it a couple times but I love listening to you and a lot of fun to listen to hello. would I be fun to be married to. I think you could add a lot of interest the somebody of or if. and as a father how do you think that would go. I think you genuinely care about your daughters and. you know you you're passionate and so obviously I think you're probably a very good father. do you think men work much less than they say. I DO. and I think you probably had a sword fight with the moms. but what I found I was in a fit I wasn't criticizing them I was saying you know your husband doesn't work that much. but they don't want head man. they probably know deep down that there had been don't work as often as they say or at one of our what eighty. well there have been played a deal. thank you for the call Brenda you're probably right Walter.
"anton what" Discussed on First Things First
"Don't think we should closed the door and say kyrie's going with this guy now i think he's gonna be not guy only internet i think that's who he is but as far as in the locker room i think he can be better in brooklyn in brooklyn expections would be better especially well we'll come back your first thing we're joined by n d h antwon water money in the hands on how are you good how you doing man we'd like the lakers i don't know where off on our full the magic johnson and also the original rigs are great this year part a fucking anthony davis antwon and his recent decisions to put success and happiness over money amy passed up the chance to sign a super max deal with the pelicans he turned down his four million dollar trade kicker create more cap space on the lakers to the rally was simple saying quote money comes and goes but you're legacy is forever he's also good with the basketball anton what will be the biggest challenge for anthony davis when he starts frankly lakers well obviously i think the chances are front and he's willing to sacrifice one his his money in and waving the trade clause so they know they can get bettering by possibly not another max guy so that's that's the first step and another step is now you gotta understand still lebron's legacy i mean you're gonna go there and everything's kinda kinda there'll be based around the brian james early on in the beginning so it's gotta figure out how they can make their social workers could read it could be a great system if it works out but i think in new orleans he knew he couldn't get another superstar was not gonna be big landing spot for free agency he had to make a decision whether or not the take the money or go to a situation where he could possibly compete this together won national titles kentucky so he wants to win and he's still make over two hundred million dollars next summer so he's still gonna be make some of that that money ambien ally he may make up some of that money is well but i think he made the decision he made the decision to one go to atlanta give up everything he had built in new orleans he knew what he was getting himself into and it's gonna be so sacrifice may obviously he sacrificed says money obviously they do that but then basketball wise it's gonna be a different step down one their plan when the bronze gonna take it's gonna take some time you gotta go back and think about the brown when he joined d wade and chris bosh it took a while they don't want the first year and then the second got some better players around so there's gonna be a process and ensuring the bill the championship type team but nick i think we sometimes forget how young is i mean we we've not on the same page level and in place in life is lebron james he still has plenty of time to create his own legacy to take what in new orleans and make it work for him in a bigger and better lane loss angeles right but now is the time he he stops being young player the one we put that jersey on first of all he's he's now at the point in his career where he's supposed to be beginning v absolute apex prime of his career he was so good so early that's one thing worked against him in new orleans for being honest with you old regime he was an mvp type player by year to you could argue certainly year three which made them trying a microwave the process instead of taking the slower longer term approach they trade picks were drew holiday they wanna surrounding talent immediately and they're not able to get over the hump but i don't i wanna emphasize the point antwon may because we just take it as a given this the money he left on the table the money he left on the table in new orleans that's real money when he gets dalai the four million dollars that he just flatly turn down and people say oh he'll make that in space jam no he will not i could tell you right now anthony davis was signed up for space jam well before he was a los angeles laker months before he was a loss angeles laker the idea that all of a sudden there's no he made deep commitment to winning two trying to get to a place place where he could win an sacrificing money to where they can add talent so he can win this is all about winning for anthony davis they only way this works they only way this makes sense he only way this.
"anton what" Discussed on Froning and Friends
"As a matter of fact, he came came over to make sure hey, everybody. Okay. If any saying something to me, and then he sticks his hand out to shake my hand funny. And all three times he did this. For the first time he sits is disturbed. And so the next time I go in to get him hard and he cuts me. Oh, no. You've always got to redo that handshake always if I do that. So if you go in, and they grab you before she ate them. Like, no, I'm here. Here window Rochet can so so normally one hundred percent of the time I would have been like dude, we have to fix it. But it was him. And it was weird. And it was awkward, and I thought for sure that It was was. commander was getting you the debt fit like he was he was a PowerPoint power. He he did. He did that three times in a row that is not in his more powerful than you more powerful. He just he totally. I don't let that hang shake go. If somebody does that they like Russia now, I'm like, dude, we're we're redoing this bench. That was weird to me house like, Anton, what are you doing where he just just pinch? That's not good good about that. At all. Play a role become bags base. And he said, Jim Anton. I'm trying to think of other, oh, the other other water stories this made me laugh to to actually we had to have a plumber called our house four times four those issue. We can't even fitters full. So I had to go to Starbucks and fight. Well, the homeless lady that kept showing up there in the morning for the men's bathroom. Oh, you didn't try to a men's bathroom? That's the nastiest place on the planet, a men's bathrooms get pretty nasty bathrooms over the most disgusting thing. Petition. That's just not cool story about that. So I go into one of the stalls and adore keeps opening. So I'm like crap I looked down and little slide pace at fallen on the floor. So I'm like, all right. I'm gonna stick it in there. It doesn't have the little little handle. And so when I finish I'm trying to get out. And I can't slide the thing over. Am I going to climb up over one hundred? Listen nasty. And finally, I'm just shaking the door and it rattles out. But I was just like Real real life. life. Sneer open loggia was going up and over. I was on the floor. Oh well. Floor two. So it was like I went in there one time. And then from then on I didn't go in there. Pete outside. Always just pushing all the dirt around, and it was just constantly. It was the most disgusting. And there was no toilet paper by the paper infrastructure for what's happening, and that's bad for those women that were clearly doing their best in its I brought toilet paper that smart because I'm going to stay on my schedule. I know them, you You know. know, I know that that's all in the evening. So on the last day. I literally I learned this in jail when you go to jail, and you're leaving you give your stuff to the guy that stay in because that's the way it works. So anyways, I had toilet paper. And I got done and walked out, and I had that toilet paper in my hand. And I mean, people were looking at me like I had something. Seldom did I gave it away twenty bucks. There you go. Thank you. Those nasty. So this is a story that because we have a video of it keeps making me laugh chase in the bar muscle of event every time we ran out to the bar with trip on the space almost in retirement trip, so hard he'd stiff army and then his face truck. Even if using the video. Pretty good. And every time without missing a beat. He goes like this. Chase goes towards the bucket. He pushes the hand off the wall swivels back in jumps up to the bar. Like nothing happened. Sporadically was happening. I'm like. There. Anyway, it was almost took out our judge every single time. Yeah. I would have to run and then like little sidestep get a little move such close close quarters. Love events. Yeah..
"anton what" Discussed on KOMO
"Start your engines off back to a auto expert, Nick miles. This is KOMO news. Canceled on the phone with us. He's an independent analysts. And oh, we're talking about two thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand eighteen as it relates to car companies and how they've done and how they will do in the following year. So we talked about some of those incentives disappearing from the government twitch helps people by electric cars. But for two thousand and nineteen we're heading into the first big cash show initially was an electric electronic show, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It starts around the fifth of January this show has turning into really turning into a car show much more of a cash. Oh, Anton, what can we expect to see as far as new technologies that CBS this year? Yeah. This year, we're going to see I think some interesting demonstrations from dialer, which is of course, the company that owns the Mercedes brand. The ozone a variety of truck brands and Mercedes has been very aggressive needling triplication of trucks. Work van so all sides, very largest to the smaller city delivery van and related vehicles. So I think they are going to be what they have in mind here in terms of their early roll out for the coming couple of years. So that's one highlight the other highlight is that Nissan. I believe it's going to show its longer range Elif. They're all electric relatively inexpensive car that should Start Act or below approximately thirty five thousand dollars. So we'll see that for the first time. There's also a Chinese company which is not going to be selling its cars in the United States in twenty nineteen but maybe towards the end of twenty twenty it's called, spike. And this company is founded essentially by a bunch of ex BMW executives, but finance largely from Chinese investors. They're also headquartered in China. They're showing a range of electric cars that in many ways are fairly premium, but they've been promising. Fairly low prices down to about forty five thousand dollars. So that's certainly is a company which could be selling and grabbing market share primarily to begin with in China. So I think those are the main highlights that's coming up here for two years. I noticed that Biton is also a lot of these companies are recruiting American PR personnel. So for instance, Biden has some members from BMW working for it now on the PR side. One member of the Subaru team went over to be with riven, etc. Etc. So they're attracting names for man inside the industry. Do we think that Riviera has a place in the future of 'cause they presented the new truck and SUV at LA the vehicles, look, very viable. But is is the production story viable well. That's the challenge that all of these companies, isn't it? In other words, everyone almost everyone showing. Extremely attractive concept. I some of them are more interesting than others. And I have to say that this company ribian man, showing the most attractive ones of the mall because unlike most of the other startups that there showing a fairly predictable set of sort of crossover slash almost as sort of version of a sedan and a hatchback similar to Audi gates of some other, you know, popular of the premium crossover things are pickup, trucks and large square ish SUV's that are I think if you look at the stale so anything from Jeep Wrangler to the attractiveness of the state is Jesus is really the heart of the consumer is assuming that they can afford them. So kudos to read the unfor- showing. Maybe the most exciting concept that we have seen in a long time. Anton, thank you very much because you can follow us twenty four seven at our.
"anton what" Discussed on KOMO
"Starter engines and air off back to our auto expert, Nick miles. This is KOMO news. On the phone with us. He's an independent analyst and invest oh about two thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand eighteen as it relates to car companies and how they've done and how they will do in the following year. So we talked about some of those incentives disappearing from the government twitch helps people by electric cars. But for two thousand and nineteen we're heading into the first big car initially was an electric electronic show, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It starts around the fifth of January this show has turning into really turning into a car show much more of a kasha, Anton, what can we expect to see as far as new technologies that this year this year, we're going to see I think some interesting demonstrations from dialer, which is of course, the company that owns the Mercedes rant. The ozone a variety of truck brands and pursued has been very aggressive in the electric vacation of trucks. Work fan. So all sides. Very largest to the smaller city delivery van and related vehicles. So I think they are going to be what they have in mind here in terms of their early rollout for coming couple of years. So that's one highlight. The other highlight is that Nissan. I believe is going to show its longer range a leaf all electric relatively inexpensive car, the trip act actor below approximately thirty five thousand dollars. So we'll see that for the first time. There's also a Chinese company, which is not going to be selling its cars in the United States in twenty nineteen maybe towards the end of twenty twenty it's called, spike. And this company is founded essentially by a bunch of ex BMW executives, but finance largely from Chinese investors. And they're also headquarter in China. They're showing rain shield electric cars that in many ways are fairly premium, but they've been promising fairly low price down to about forty five thousand dollars. So that certainly is a company which could be you selling and grabbing market share primarily to begin with in China. So I think those are the main highlights coming up here for two years. I noticed that Biden is also a lot of these companies are recruiting American PR personnel. So for instance, Biden has some members from BMW who working for it now on the PR side. One member of the Subaru team went over to be with riven, etc. Etc. So they're attracting names for man inside the industry. Do we think that Riviera has a place in the future of 'cause they presented the new truck and SUV LA the vehicles, look, very viable. But is is the production story viable well. That's the challenge that all of these companies, isn't it? In other words, everyone almost everyone showing extremely attractive concept. Seven some of them are more interest. Than others. And I have to say that this company ribian man shown, the most attractive ones of the mall because unlike most of the other startups that are showing a fairly predictable that sort of crossovers slash almost SUV's sort of version of a sedan and a hatchback similar to analogy gate seven or some other, you know, popular of their premium crossover. These are pickup trucks and large square ish SUV's that are I think if you look at the sale of anything from Jeep Wrangler to the attractiveness of the state is Jesus hard because the consumer is assuming that they can afford them so kudos to ribian for showing them what they'd be the most exciting concepts that we've seen in a long time. Anton, thank you very much. Of course, you can follow us twenty four seven at our auto, expert.
"anton what" Discussed on KOMO
"Start your engines. And they're off back to a far auto expert, Nick miles. This is KOMO news. The seal on the phone with us. He's an independent analyst and invest, oh, we're talking about two thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand eighteen as it relates to car companies and how they've done and how they will do in the following year. So we talked about some of those incentives disappearing from the government twitch helps people by electric cars. But for two thousand and nineteen we're heading into the first big cash out initially was an electric electric show, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It starts around the fifth of January this show has turning into really turning into a car show much more of a car show. Anton, what can we expect to see as far as new technologies that this year? Yeah. This year, we're going to see I think some interesting demonstrations from dime. Lou. Which is of course, the company that owns the Mercedes brand. The ozone a variety of truck brands and Mercedes has been very aggressive needling trepidation of trucks. Work band. So all from the very largest to with a smaller city delivery van and related vehicles. So I think they are going to be doing what they have in mind here in terms of their early rollout for coming couple of years. So that's one highlight. The other highlight is that Nissan. I believe is going to show its longer range a leaf all electric relatively inexpensive car, the stock act or below approximately thirty five thousand dollars. So we'll see that for the first time. There's also a Chinese company which is not going to be selling its cars in the United States in twenty nineteen but maybe towards the end of twenty twenty it's called, spike. And this company is founded essentially by a bunch of ex-pm w executives but finance largely from Chinese investors. Headquarter in China. They're showing range of electric cars that. In many ways are fairly premium, but they've been promising fairly low prices down to about forty five thousand dollars. So that certainly is a company which could be selling and grabbing market share primarily to begin with in China. So I think those are the main highlights says coming up here for two years. I noticed that Biden is also a lot of these companies are recruiting American PR personnel. So for instance, Biden has some members from BMW who working for it now on the PR side. One member of the Subaru team went over to be with riven, and etc. Etc. So they're attracting names for man inside the industry. Do we think that Riviera has a place in the future of 'cause they presented the new truck and SUV at L A, the vehicles, look, very viable. But is is the production story viable well. That's the challenge that all of these companies, isn't it in other words. Everyone almost everyone showing extremely attractive concept. Seven some of them are more interesting than others. And I have to say that this company rid the unmanned shown, the most attractive ones of the mall because unlike most of the other startups that are showing a fairly predictable that of sort of crossovers slash almost as sort of version of a sedan and a hatchback similar to navigate seven or some other popular of their premium crossover. These are pickup trucks and large square ish SUV's that are I think if you look at the sales of anything from Jeep Wrangler to the attractiveness of the state is Jesus really with a heart of the consumer is assuming that they can afford them so kudos to ribian for showing them. What maybe most exciting concept that we've seen in a long time. Anton, thank you very much. Of course, you can follow us twenty four seven at our auto,.
"anton what" Discussed on KOMO
"Start your engines and air off back to far auto expert, Nick miles. This is KOMO news. Absolutely on the phone with us. He's an independent analysts and investor with talking about two thousand nine hundred ninety two thousand eighteen as it relates to car companies and how they've done and how they will do in the following year. So we talked about some of those incentives disappearing from the government which helps people by electric cars. But for two thousand and nineteen we're heading into the first big show initially. It was an electric electric show, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It starts around the fifth of January this show has turning into really turning into a car show much more of a cash. Oh, Anton, what can we expect to see as far as new technologies that this year this year, we're going to see I think some interesting demonstrations from dine Lou, which is of course, the company that owns the Mercedes brand. The ozone a variety of truck brands and Mercedes has been very aggressive. Triplication of trucks work van so all by the very largest to the smaller city delivery van and related vehicles. So I think they are going to be what they have in mind here in terms of their early rollout for coming couple of years. So that's one highlight. The other highlight is that Nissan. I believe is going to show. It's longer range. A leaf all electric relatively inexpensive car that trips start at or below approximately thirty five thousand dollars. So we'll see that for the first time. There's also a Chinese company which is not going to be selling its cars in the United States in twenty nineteen but maybe towards the end of twenty twenty it's called, spike. And this company is founded essentially by a bunch of ex BMW executives, but finance largely from Chinese investors. And they're all saying quarter in China. They're showing rain she'll electric cars that in many ways. Fairly premium, but they've been promising fairly low prices down to about forty five thousand dollars. So that certainly is a company which could be selling and grabbing market share primarily to begin with in China. So I think those are the main highlights is coming up here for two years. I noticed that Biden is also a lot of these companies are recruiting American PR personnel. So for instance, Biden has some members from BMW who working for it now on the PR side. One member of the Subaru team went over to be with Riviera etc. Etc. So they're attracting names for man inside the industry. Do we think that Riviera and has a place in the future of 'cause they presented the new truck and SUV at L A, the vehicles, look, very viable. But is is the production story liable? Well, that's the challenge with all of these companies, isn't it? In other words, everyone almost everyone. It's showing extremely attractive concepts. I mean, some of them are more interesting than others. And I have to say that this company ribian man shown, the most attractive ones of the mall because unlike most of the other startups that are showing a fairly predictable of sort of crossovers slash almost SUV's sort of version of a sedan and a hatchback similar to analogy gate, seven or some other popular premium crossover. These are pickup trucks and large square ish. Pets you these that are I think if you look at the sale of anything from Jeep Wrangler to the attractiveness of the state is Jesus really with a heart of the consumer is assuming if they can afford them so kudos to ribian for showing what be most exciting concept that we've seen in a long time. Anton, thank you very much because you can follow us twenty four seven at our auto, expert.
"anton what" Discussed on KOMO
"Thousand eighteen as it relates to car companies and how they've done and how they will do in the following year. So we talked about some of those incentives disappearing from the government which helps people by electric cars, but for two thousand and nineteen we're heading into the first big car show initially was an electric electronic show, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It starts around the fifth of January this show has turning into really turning into a car show much more of a car show. Anton, what can we expect to see as far as new technologies at CS this year this year, we're going to see I think some interesting demonstrations from dialer, which is of course, the company that owns the Mercedes brand zone of a riot truck brands and pursued it has been very aggressive triplication of trucks. Work band. So all sides, just from the very largest to the smaller city delivery van and related vehicles. So I think they are going to be doing what they have in mind here in terms of their early roll out for the coming couple of years. So that's one highlight the other highlight is that Nissan. I believe is going to show its longer range a leaf all electric, relatively inexpensive car stark, actor below approximately thirty five thousand dollars. So we'll see that for the first time. There's also a Chinese company which is not going to be selling its cars in the United States in twenty nineteen but maybe towards the end of twenty twenty it's called, spike. And this company is founded essentially by a bunch of ex-pm w executives but finance largely from Chinese investors. And they're also headquartered in China. They're showing a range of electric cars that in many ways are fairly premium, but they've been promising. Fairly low prices down to about forty five thousand dollars. So that's certainly is a company which could be selling and grabbing market share primarily to begin with in China. So I think those are the main highlights there's coming up here for two years. I noticed that Biton is also a lot of these companies are recruiting American PR personnel. So for instance, Biden has some members from BMW who working for it now on the PR side. One member of the Subaru team went over to be with riven, and etc. Etc. So they're attracting names from inside the industry. Do we think that Riviera has a place in the future of 'cause they presented the new truck and SUV at LA the vehicles, look, very viable. But is is the production story viable well. That's the challenge that all of these companies, isn't it? In other words, everyone almost everyone is showing. Extremely attractive concepts seven some of them are more interesting than others. And I have to say that this company ribian man, showing the most attractive ones of the mall because unlike most of the other startups that are showing a fairly predictable set of crossovers slash almost as truly sort of version of a sedan and a hatchback similar to now DA seven or some other, you know, popular of the premium crossover. These are pickup trucks and large square is SUV's that are I think if you look at the sale of anything from Jeep Wrangler to the attractiveness of the state is Jesus really where the heart of the consumer is assuming that they can afford them so kudos to ribian for showing. What may be the most exciting concept that we have seen in a long time. Anton, thank you very much. Of course, you can follow us twenty four seven at our auto,.
"anton what" Discussed on KQED Radio
"President Trump mentioned the meeting took place. While here in the US a. Special counsel is investigating ties between Russia and the Trump campaign and it's already exposed evidence that Russian intelligence operatives. Tampered with the US election before the. Meeting we turn to to people in, Helsinki for analysis Anton Troy enough ski is the Moscow bureau chief for the Washington Post. And ambassador Michael McFaul who served as US ambassador to Russia from two thousand twelve, to twenty fourteen ambassador McFaul said that the ongoing, Russia investigation means this summit is pretty extraordinary what. I do find really strange with President. Trump's approach is that he doesn't seem to be willing to. Press President Putin on the that interference that intervention in our presidential election Two thousand. Sixteen or anything for that matter so sometimes summits are about pushing back on leaders. Must certainly that was during the Cold War President Trump doesn't seem to want to do that Anton what is the overall view of everything that's happening on the ground in Moscow Well. I've been struck I, mean in terms of the overall view I just got a note from. My colleague was back in Moscow that one commentator on Russian state television said just now watching the start of the meeting between Putin and Trump. That Putin looks very relaxed awhile Trump looks concerned nervous and that has been the mood music in. Moscow leading up to this the other thing is that I've been struck by how much Trump's rhetoric here has really. Echoed what we've heard from the Russians leading to this it's been the idea that it's. Obama's fault that relations between the US and Russia are so bad the idea that you know US and. Russia have to, talk because they control ninety percent of the world's nuclear weapons that's. All stuff we've been hearing over and over and Moscow and last month's than years and it. Is quite striking to hear those exact same arguments from. The president of the United States now and of course we just had news Over the weekend the twelve Russian military intelligence officers were accused of hacking the Democratic National Committee, Anton what's, the reaction in Russia to the latest indictments here from rod Rosenstein of the twelve Russian operatives very. Predictably it's also basically, what we hear from Trump which is that a last ditch effort by. The Washington establishment by the American deep state by the perpetrators of this witch-hunt to stop Trump's long-held promise to improve ties between the US and. Russia obviously the Russians very much paid attention to the US presidential campaign they paid attention every time. That Trump said he wants to get along with Russia and they've been impatient because you know Trump keeps saying it. But we've seen new sanctions in the past year we've seen he was weapons deliveries to. Ukraine so the Russians are trying to figure out what exactly is US policy toward Russia and they hope. That this meeting today in Helsinki will Will Mark some kind of a new direction and actually like to pose the next question to both of you and. Ask whether or not this is really playing into what President Vladimir. Putin has long wanted and I and I'm thinking about the FBI agent Peter strucks, testimony last week when he said that this is all just, another notch on Putin spell that this infighting that's. Happening in the United States the division that. We're experiencing in this country is really just playing into what President Vladimir Putin wanted, each of your thoughts on that Well I I mean The president has been. Saying in the run-up to this meeting is just extraordinary I want. People to? Understand. How extraordinary, it is a one of his tweets was America is. The blame for all the tension in US Russia. Relations the second thing and said you know what the Russians like. They agreed with that in fact the ministry of foreign affairs re tweeted President Trump and said we agree but never in their wildest dreams they think that the president of the United States would call the European Union a foe of the United States. Not even, the Russians would ever say that so tragically President Trump is offering everything that Ladimir Putin wants Anton your thoughts yeah I mean in terms of what this means for Putin I would I, would add that Putin at home right now despite the apparent success of the World Cup actually has some problems he is trying to. Raise, the, retirement age Age and that has contributed to his approval rating among Russians dropping from. Seventy percent to fifty percent so by twenty percentage..
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"President Trump mentioned the meeting took place. While here in the US a. Special counsel is investigating ties between Russia and the Trump campaign and it's already exposed evidence that Russian intelligence operatives. Tampered with the US election before the. Meeting we turn to to people in, Helsinki for analysis Anton Troy and ski is the Moscow bureau chief for the Washington Post. And ambassador Michael McFaul who served as US ambassador to Russia from twenty twelve to, two thousand fourteen ambassador McFaul said that the ongoing, Russia investigation means this summit is pretty extraordinary what. I do find really strange with President. Trump's approach is that he doesn't seem to be willing to. Press President Putin on the that interference that intervention in our presidential election Two thousand sixteen or. Anything for that matter so sometimes summits are about pushing back on leaders. Most certainly that was during the Cold War President Trump doesn't seem to want to do that Anton what is the overall view of everything that's happening on the ground in Moscow But I've been struck I mean, in terms of the overall view I just got a note from my. Colleague was back in Moscow that one commentator on Russian state television said just now watching the start of the meeting between Putin and Trump that Putin. Looks very relaxed while Trump looks concerned and nervous and that has been the mood music in Moscow. Leading up to this the other thing is that I've been struck by how much Trump's rhetoric here has really echoed. What we've heard from the Russians leading up to this it's been the idea that it's Obama's. Fault that relations between the US and Russia are so bad the idea that you know US in Russia. Have to talk, because they control ninety percent of the world's nuclear weapons that's all. Stuff we've been hearing over and over in Moscow in the last months than years and it. Is quite striking to hear those exact same arguments from. The president of the United States now and of course we just had news over the weekend the twelve russian military intelligence officers were accused of hacking the democratic national committee anton what's the reaction in russia to the latest indictments here from rod rosenstein of the twelve russian operatives very predictably it's also basically what we hear from trump which is that this is a last ditch effort by the washington establishment by the american deep state by the perpetrators of this witch-hunt to stop trump's long-held promise to improve ties between the u._s. and russia obviously the russians very much paid attention to the u._s. presidential campaign they paid attention every time that trump said he wants to get along with russia and they've been impatient because You know Trump keeps saying but, we've seen new sanctions in the past year we've seen he was weapons deliveries to Ukraine so the Russians are trying to figure out. What, exactly is the US policy, toward Russia and they hope that this meeting today in Helsinki will will Mark some. Kind of a new direction and actually like to pose the next question to both of you and asked whether. Or not this is really playing into what, President Vladimir Putin has long wanted and I and I'm thinking about the FBI agent Peter Struck testimony last week when he said that this is all just another notch on Putin spell that this infighting that's. Happening, in the United States the division that we're experiencing in this. Country is really just playing into what President Vladimir Putin wanted each of your thoughts, on that well I mean The president has been saying in the. Run-up to this meeting is just extraordinary I, want people, to understand how, extraordinary it is a one of his tweets was. America is the blame for all the tension. In US Russian relations the second thing Anton said you know what the Russians like they, agreed with that in fact the ministry of foreign affairs re tweeted President Trump and said we agree but never in their wildest dreams they think that the president of the United States would call the European Union a photo of the United States not even the. Russians would ever say that so tragically you know President Trump is offering everything that Ladimir Putin wants Anton your thoughts yeah I mean in terms of what this means for Putin I would I would, add that Putin at home right now despite the apparent success of the World Cup actually has some problems he is trying to raise. The, retirement age Age and that has contributed to his approval rating among. Russians dropping from seventy percent to fifty percent so..
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"Not the mud and when i got a low alert secular coming on them like damn i guess i miss the memo that you got it so appeal early you guys about the end up man i've been up skit about seven and a half hours bryant a yellow anton what would have widened i got a good it's all good man yeah i'm covers some ground trying to get out to jersey in back back tomorrow i can watch the fight but hey may think about some some of these guys that don't necessarily come to the hugh abc's ben affleck akis go make a good living somewhere made here a lot of guys it's about the money you know they got mouth it come to the ufc for less money to try to prove yourself that's not how some guys list you can be the big man you know in in wherever you fighting whatever country you fight and then you can be the big man and make a lot of money you know kind of like the one issued gas quiet you know why he had left the top fighter over there i think he could come to the ufc do real wealth when when you find those organizations that pay real the mass of time it's hard to walk away from that you know yeah i it all comes down to the individual yeah he's okay with it right bear talking about ben ask graham have been asking can live with it the more power to whom he probably did make a grip of money primate a lot more money did try though we tried to caving will out the vegas it just didn't work out.
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"We see the air compressor in the capital prague go into the front seat of the cop car we don't know the feds we had that we'll win which is a year hammer later tanker yeah whatever and then as the cop is talking on the phone we see him would you see him light it's not even in focus he's a blur in the background but we know what he's doing he's we're going out of the handcuffs he's unrestrained lowly elf calmly and he's many auto behind him and and to strangle them with the handcuffs and the close up of anton face that we see in that seen that tells us all we need to know about anton soccer that's right and then the the subsequent scenes what do we what image do we get of anton what do we what do we think about him as a person not just that he's a murderer that that is not just that he's a coldblooded murderer but he is wholly without remorse and totally on empathize rick unfiltered adage detached yes this is what clinically to fines psychotheraphy zehra cycle psychopath yes sicopp site cope athey cyclopes they that a psychopath he absolutely as and that also feeds into that wine later on in the film where tom bill does say he's a ghost you know the heat presenting a challenge and that is the whole point of that character of anton is he is there to challenge every thing who else josh berlin as he us he's not that i know of act i don't know that i've seen him in anything else except for the few short clips of thanos from the marvel superhero films he has fan osa we will see him in the infiniti war film their appreciably there's another western movie that the it was the coen brothers a remake of true grit the un now he is in that that we need to blessed with fc sees very own jeff daniels it now jeff asia sources and as he's he's verio matt damon he's in there to help put that thing on patron saint philip presents even though it's a remake hey the hackers just put them in there has fine what.
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"The full repeal only the mcconnell plan which number of republicans say they are against dan this kinney version of a repeal i can tell you that that is the most likely to advance back for the house of representatives and this is this gets interesting i just thought a senior aide at the house freedom caucus who said they don't the victory on that so if you think today's procedural vote was the hard part now comes the hard part china's strongly urging the united states to stop reconnaissance flights near china who may fall the ministry spokesman liu kong saying i have to point out the for a long time us military aircraft and vessels have been in the area but now they are in our airspace in japan prime minister obvious polling has dropped about twenty five point since the same f and n tv poland december he has lost the top spot to former defence minister beesheba russia iran north korea sanctions by the us houses passed the sanctions bill that would bar the president from easing penalties without first getting permission from congress bloomberg's executive editor khrais gordon says this is out of fear of the alleged russia crump ties it really puts the three sort of hottest hotspots and us foreign policy russianorth korean iran on notice that congress really wants to crack down on what they're doing now the house wants anton what the president's doing the houses controlled by the president's own party global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian all right thanks very much ed twenty two minutes now before the top of the hour let's get to sport dan schwartzman is with us a record transfer dan in football interesting brian according to the spanish media rail madrid has reached an agreement in principle with monico for 18yearold sensation killing i'm bob afer recordsmashing transfer fee of one hundred eighty million euros one hundred sixty million and fees another twenty million and incentives the amount would ease sleep right the cart record which is a hundred and five million euros manchester united paid last year for you event this is paul pod but meanwhile than last year scoring twenty six goals and forty four matches.
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"Road kennedy holiday season creek men and creating a new year holiday directive put in place hey by the obama administration are still there and they will kick in automatically on autopilot on january one unless someone intervened namely to secretary defense or possibly the united states congress how would be sixmonth forget it it will have like maybe three or four months to anton what happens now and i think that's the way robert work planted he's done it before what is the issue here of the uh is animating this decision in it's hard to believe that this is driven by a conviction that the readiness of our military whoo will be enhanced by a injecting such individuals into the services of there are some they're already evidently the based on your steady of this what is your sense of the advisability of this decision we have yet to find out out what has happened with the transgender in the military right now we need to find out exactly how it worked out in the past year before proceeding to the next stage bringing in recruited transgender before it at kick hand out we're talking about uh the individual there are a small minority of people and you have to they have sympathy for people who are confused about their sexual identity and if it encouraging that at least three of the forest services did ask for a twoyear delay but there is no good time to implement bad policy and this is bad policy what we're going to see here are people objected to well they're going to get lifelong hormone on treatment sometimes irreversible theory very expansive are the low ball estimate from the ldp activist group really don't count our garnett hand cringe men's on personal privacy and conditions a fourth and.