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"asahi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"asahi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Again are most concerning at the moment. Well, I mean, very simply imports, obviously are becoming much more expensive. And this comes at a time when the economy is already weak. People are concerned about jobs. The price of things are rising anyway. So it comes at a very, very difficult time. Now, Corona, the governor of the bank of Japan has always been quite positive about a weekend. He slightly wobbled I noticed last week and admitted that it may be difficult for businesses to make their plans. But he still sticking with the weak yen is a good thing. He thinks it's good for an export driven economy. Some people are questioning that since not all production is in Japan anyway. So it doesn't necessarily benefit everyone who's exporting because they may not be exporting from Japan. So mixed feelings. And I think everyone's just looking to see what his move will be. But he's giving no sign that he's going to do anything to stop the Jens fall. And people are saying, it could go to a 130, is that the point where Japan, the Japanese government intervenes, it's not clear and totally different points of view at the moment. Is there a feeling about the bank of Japan will have to change its approach at some point? Well, it's interesting. I mean, if you look at the newspapers, I noticed the asahi shimbun massive newspaper huge circulation here. They're calling for some flexibility and they're saying maybe Corona has to be a bit more flexible and not just say that he's sticking to monetary easing, come what may. And maybe he will need to take a different approach. But the asahi shimbun does not decide economic policy. So at the moment, it's very much in Corona's hands. How do you see the weekend at the moment? For example, when you go to do your grocery shopping, is the difference notable. Well, I think what you will see and it may take a little while for this to come through, but the prices of imported goods will inevitably go up now. And companies don't want to shoulder those imports. What you'll see is that it'll be passed on to the customer. And I think consumer confidence is pretty shaky here at the moment anyway, the retail sector has been struggling that will be concerned that people will just stop spending money. They'll be tucking it under their mattresses, which is always an issue in Japan that people hold on to their money. How is the Japanese economy failing more broadly than we have obviously spoken many times about Japan's post pandemic recovery? Yeah, well, I mean, it's fragile. Bank of Japan's got its big meeting next week where they talk about the upcoming policy. It's an anxious time, definitely. And you can see, as you see all over the world, you go to shopping areas, you do notice empty shops, you see retail. I was just traveling at the weekend and these rural towns extremely quiet, tourism ground to a halt. Certain amount of domestic tourism. And I think we've got golden week coming up, which is this big run of holidays in May. And a lot of people are really pinning their hopes on that week. They're hoping that for the first time in a couple of years, Japanese travelers will be out en masse and they will be traveling around Japan and spending their money. So at the moment, that's a bit of a Beacon of hope, I think, for the economy. And how desperate is Japan at the moment to welcome more foreign visitors as well, international tourists. Yeah, that's a mixed picture. I mean, prime minister kishida said earlier this month, he said, you know, there are no plans, actually, to resume tourist entry. He's saying we've really got to make sure we get numbers, COVID numbers down is a slight problem here that with the booster young people are really hesitating to get that third injection and at the moment the rates for the booster among the young is pretty low. So they're trying to encourage that they're offering prizes. They're saying you can see the baby pandas at wayno zoo. They're trying all sorts of things to encourage people. And I think prime minister kishi wants to get that situation sorted and then certainly things have been opening up slowly 10,000 entries are allowed a day that includes residents, some business people, students with visas who are waiting to come in. So there has been a certain movement tourism. That's when I think really big numbers will start to appear. And at the moment, there's no sign of that being lifted right now. It's going to be a long way. If you want to thank you very much for joining us today. That was Monaco's Tokyo bureau chief. And you are with the briefing. The May issue of monocle magazine is out now and.

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"asahi" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

Chats With Cats Podcast

05:55 min | 8 months ago

"asahi" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

"Still ottawa and canadian canadian laga. Molson's canadian loggers. Asahi budweiser my. Oh that's cool name. Three ways to put out a fire with water covering your body with an a blanket with us. I mean you could you could you. Could you would die on the far is it's right but you still very stupid you. Why was the rocket. My still go rick. Name three things you can climb.

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"asahi" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"asahi" Discussed on Front Burner

"I know certainly at some point that the public polling around this very low right like a lot of people didn't want the olympics on monday. The asahi shimbun newspaper published a survey of more than fourteen hundred. People and found two thirds. Do not believe japan can host a safe insecure olympics. God's but what's your sense of of how the japanese public is feeling now. Well i mean. I i i keep thinking back to when tokyo one the bit talk you. It was really emotional. That was a really big deal the last time. Tokyo held the games in nineteen sixty four. This was this was japan's coming out. After the you know the devastation and the defeat of the second world war they rebuilt the city for those olympics. You drive on roads right now. That happened because of the sixty. Four games at national united states amazon. joining hands. very inspiring excitement gentleman. Saturday'll you would have to be here actually say to really understand the friendship so tokyo twenty twenty was going to be this rebirth. You know and they were so excited. It was sort of rebuilding. After the horror of fukushima earthquake turns nami nuclear accident after you know a lot of economic stagnation this was going to be there in nineteen sixty four again. There was like so much writing on and they were so excited and then and then of course. The world stops spinning right. And then you started to see this anti-olympic sentiment and usually you know. There's a pattern to the olympics. The week before everything is terrible but once it cauldrons lid it gets really busy you know. And it's the stories of the athletes had takeover. But something feels different about this one. And i spoke with dick pound last night. He's the most senior member of the ioc said canadian and he said this is the thing that keeps him staring at the ceiling at night. Which is that this time that feeling will linger be worried if my expectation that wants the game start. Public opinion is going to shift. I'm worried that that might not happen. The social media saying this. This is going to happen. This is going to happen. And that's not going to happen if people see just totally uninformed and they can become irrelevant jimmy. There's no touchstone for people i. I went to the rehearsal for the opening ceremony. And you know. The aren't going to be any japanese spectators in there at all. This huge beautiful stadium built on the site of the nineteen sixty four stadium everything so poignant and it's pretty quiet in there but there are little rings there's a there's an olympic rings right beside the entrance on a patch of artificial turf and people are lining up to take their pictures beside it and i find it very sad because the what will be the cauldron that people love to go and visit is now blocked off. Because they don't want people gathering there they can't go into this into the stadium. They have to watch on television. So they're one touch point is just the rinks. They're paying for these olympics. I'm just not sure what they're getting out of them. At this point. I really do hope that. At some point in the coming days we will we will get to hear some other narratives. Come out of this. Because i love the olympics. I mean i. I am really privileged. This is my six olympics to cover. And i i love it for the moms and dads you know i. I love it for watching families who have invested everything time money heart a lot of heartache into their kids in that moment standing there and watching watching helplessly but so lovingly. In that moment it is an extraordinary thing to watch. And while the moms and dads are going to have to be watching on television and connected by zoom. I mean think these athletes you've got christine sinclair. Who played this week. We every hundred caps for canada thirty seven years old behind beckett

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Japan to Declare New COVID-19 State of Emergency for Tokyo Through Olympics

BTV Simulcast

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Japan to Declare New COVID-19 State of Emergency for Tokyo Through Olympics

"Be declared in Tokyo. The economy minister says it will extend from July 12th. To August 22nd, meaning it will be in effect throughout the Olympics, set to start on July. 23rd and Asahi is now reporting that Spectators will be banned from all Olympic events in the Tokyo area. On Wednesday, the city recorded the most new coronavirus cases. Is May 13th. Authorities in Dubai say a fire

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"asahi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"asahi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For this beer study, I've come across a design book, and we stay interview a German beer expert and he claimed, without any proved that he could discriminate. 100 different kinds that beer simply by the sound of opening pouring. And he wondered, Was there a kernel of truth to that? So he teamed up with Carlos Velasco, who studies multisensory marketing at the Norwegian business School and with some funding from Asahi Breweries in Japan. They surveyed 200 volunteers on their reactions to various beer. Sounds like the sound of beer pouring from a can. That's a beautiful sound alive. Happy, Nice. Good. Then, Velasco says they lowered the loudness of that sound and measured the volunteers response. That's nice, Liz. Good, less happy little life. The louder the sound, the more premium or the hard quality of people assigned to it on, the more willing they are to pay for the drink. They also compared bottles two cans. Here's a bottle opening. And now a can. People prefer the bottle sounds they were willing to pay more and expected a better product. These sorts of insights can be useful to companies like Asahi looking for a competitive edge for their advertising or packaging. The full results appear in the journal Food Quality and Preference. Spence says. Scientists haven't always appreciated this powerful interplay between the senses where I started in Oxford teaching on there was a vision professor on the hearing professor, and they work next door to each other the decades and never spoke. They hated each other. On. It was like they didn't think they were missing anything. He has spent his career.

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Major Japan Newspaper Asahi Calls for Olympic Cancellation

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Major Japan Newspaper Asahi Calls for Olympic Cancellation

"One of Japan's major newspapers calls for the Tokyo Olympics to be canceled Japanese prime minister Yoshida Suga is under increasing pressure to cancel the coming Tokyo Olympics because of the corona virus pandemic and current state of emergency national newspaper I shot he is Simba is out with an editorial calling for cancellation of the games which are set to start your life twenty third public opinion polls in Japan Joe between sixty to eighty percent of those questioned what the Olympics cancel because of the pandemic despite the editorial and the pandemic there is no indication the international Olympic committee or local organizers have any plans to pull the plug on the games I'm Jim McGuire

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The death toll rises sharply in  Myanmar

UN News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

The death toll rises sharply in Myanmar

"The death toll among protesters in myanmar sword in the last week amid ongoing violence following the their urine rights chief. Michelle bachelet said on tuesday. Latest data from the office of the high commissioner for human rights confirms that at least at one hundred and forty nine people have been victims of the unlawful use of lethal force since the military takeover on the first of february at least eleven were killed on monday and fifty seven died over the weekend and there are many more reports of further killings that the un rights office said. It has not been able to corroborate yet. Spokesperson ravina shoved asahi told journalists in geneva that the high commissioner had appealed for all states which have influence to take measures to ensure that the violence comes to an end. There is really a clear need for a unified message from the security council to one stress that this violence needs to be brought to an end and to call for accountability of the perpetrators of this violence and of previous severe human rights violations. That were committed by the military with the situation dire and getting worse by the day. Ms shoved sunny added that the high commissioner was also concerned that any sanctions imposed against neon mar should be targeted against specific military officials rather than broad sanctions which may impact on the wider population

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Goldman Sachs to invest $10 billion in Black women

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Goldman Sachs to invest $10 billion in Black women

"Goldman sachs was out with a report the other day it was more of an announcement with some data attached. Actually goldman is getting ten billion dollars over the next decade by repairing or starting to repair. I guess in its words. The dual and disproportionate race and gender bias. Sees that black women face as for the data goldman says there is a ninety percent gap between the wealth of black households where women are often the primary wage earner and the wealth of white households. Marketplace's eric harris has the story. Goldman sachs has had initiatives for women in small businesses before. But this past year black women dying of covid and disproportionately losing jobs. The killing of george floyd led to this initiative says asahi pompeii head of corporate engagement at goldman sachs. We knew we had to do something as it related to black women so the idea is to help black women get access to money and advance in the workforce investing in things like broadband and childcare and black neighborhoods and to partner with organizations such as power rising. That have already been doing this. Work leah. daughtry is with the nonprofit often organizations that want to new things in our communities. Do them with out talking to the people who are most affected initiatives. Like this sometimes forget. It's not just money. Women need says rhonda von shea sharp with the women's institute for science equity and race. Okay goldman you've put in ten billion. Are you really going to be sharing your network. Whenever there are initiatives that focus on marginalized groups. Black women be left behind warren professor. Stephanie query says companies often focus on race or gender the categories that they have to report to the us government about what they're doing with respect to understanding and advancing these groups that have historically been underrepresented in disadvantage is race or gender but crease says when a company like goldman sachs does something its competitors do it to america bears for marketplace

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Toyota Sees Production, Profit Rising

Forum

03:19 min | 1 year ago

Toyota Sees Production, Profit Rising

"The carmaker Toyota Andrew announcing a bigger than expected rise in profits, So it seems the pandemic hasn't hit him that hard. Well, 2020 overall was pretty awful for Toyota, like many carmakers, but the last few months of the year has seen share. It has seen a sales rising again for the last three months of last year. Toyota says that it made $8 billion of operating profit. That's a rise of 50%. Well to find out whether whether Toyota is leaving the pandemic behind. How will it is? Let's talk about a professor Seijiro to cash to who's dean of the school of Management at the University of She's a local Good morning to you, Professor Tanisha. How great Toyota doing? Is it doing Well, well, I would say, fantastical well, considering the fact that its archrival Honda and honest John is lagging behind one of the most wonderful thing about I think to you, too. This time around was, of course, it rode on the revival of the demand and also Possible simmering down a crow and some of the areas but it really has to do with the procurement that they were able to achieve in which is semiconductor. Their main procure Asahi chemicals, you know, awesome Gonna factory went on fire last October. It was pretty obvious that this was quite serious considering that, you know, modern cars used, you know. Quite a lot of civilian duchess. Compared to you know, cars 5 to 10 years ago on Obviously they were going to be in shortage. So they change your system of the typical J. I T just in time to use the system to J. I see just in case and they really stacked up Listen connections. That's one of the reasons why they did not have to revise down their number of sales. Because they couldn't produce enough as it was in the case of Honda, which they announced us yesterday and also downward region of cells by Nissan s o. If you compare you know to to with Nissan and Honda, it is very clear that was their measure of maneuverability and flexibility that were able to sustain this good earnings. So, in fact, actually Toyota there was hit by bad luck and turn that bad luck to to its advantage because many other companies as you were saying carmakers that Hatch are suffering from shortages of microchips. Our electric cars doing I mean to Isis clearly makes most of its vehicles their internal combustion. They use petrol. They use diesel. But are they making enough electric cars? Can they make that change? Fast enough? Well, you know, considering size obviously they can't turn around the ship right away. But this is one of those companies as in the case that we saw with the semiconductors this time around. They are very aware of the risks involved, and they do fully understand that. Of course, they knew need to take the path of coping with. You know what's happening, especially in Europe, which is very much ahead and forerunner of, you know, environmental. You know, I was saying, um, issues so obviously they're trying to really catch up, especially with the likes of battery manufacturers and trying to expand and also diversify their based And thus trying to get a very good grip on the next generation, the next to generation or levels. The problem here is that we really don't know which type of technology really is going to take. You know the

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"asahi" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"asahi" Discussed on A New Direction

"I really need to have close by that. You could move set up for the time that you're going to be working but then easily put away when it's not needed That can be held on in this true students. That are needing to now home school and may not have a dedicated desk might be learning and doing homework and on the kitchen table so same thing to can have their set of books materials and things they bring out but then have a place to go away as well. I think one of the things that you know you and several other authors point out. Is this idea of declutter. But it's not just physical declutter right. I it's really decluttering distraction and that can show up on a calendar it can show up as digital documents. It can show up as thoughts that could be seen as clutter in will distract the average american worker. I think normally has about thirty seven hours of unfinished work in front of them at any time. that can't be done right now and it's not all priority right now but if it's all spread in front of you what is not important right now. What you're not meeting asahi's can distract you from what you intend to do. So we didn't have systems in place and that besides the space systems is another. He component should working successfully from home So i linked to stem digitally paper. However you're managing your your information your day records. We need to have a good system to be able to put things away and referencing. We need a good system for task management. You know what to do and win. What's a priority. And how are we gonna remember. We need system for that so this is an example of a couple of systems that when we have an placement can be more productive working from anywhere. Really you know. I think this is great advice. Certainly for business people but i think if if parents are listening i know i've got parents listening..

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James Chapman VP and GM of Music and Wearables at Qualcomm on The Opportunities of Aippods

The Voicebot Podcast

07:48 min | 1 year ago

James Chapman VP and GM of Music and Wearables at Qualcomm on The Opportunities of Aippods

"We just published the hereby consumer adoption report so been knee deep in this for a while a of late We just did a national consumer survey and October so we have really recent data. We put out a report. But i've been tracking this space in depth for years now in fact we had some some really early consumer survey data back in twenty eighteen. Sort of an early part. We talk about voice assistance. But i'm interested in the heroles or the your true wireless earbuds space just in general and i think it's really of high interest to my audience. Who are starting to wake up. To the fact that there's a lot of these devices is beyond The smart speaker and particularly the smartphone is really interesting but the smartphone without oils. Earbuds isn't really that interesting. I think for a lot of these stations. So so it's great to have you on You know given your background. But why don't we start out. Give people a little bit about your background. So obviously you're at qualcomm overseeing the highly relevant group but How did you get involved in this. You're a physicist by training. So did you always know you're going to be working at the silicon level Complete accident i stumbled into it. Come touchscreens graphics. Engines view listeners. Who who were at the raspberry pi on some of the silicon and the the blocks. I was some great colleagues on. I joined came to the radio. Cbs walls in two thousand thirteen Whole range of stuff they did. And of course of the full front was him. I think about point people realizing just just has special wireless soldier could become interrail realize why half the wise you you can get it. Wirelessly period of time as the asahi required by qualcomm's fantastic the engineering expertise of call common the breadth. The payers is just amazing. we megyn from day. One started looking around a digging around through the libraries finding while they have put into our new silicon. Which when i sing sing in the market now on very luckily very very privileged for me. I find myself running the voice music. Wearables business units Anything in this because wrapped around your wrist watch would would come with me and my team so very exciting place to be. A change is happening. Could well you've seen this. This industry grew up. Because i think he started Or very early in your career. You're working broadcom as well so you have. You've seen this over a number of years. Yes yes a lot of a lot of things going on but the the thing i think is amazing i think let me be a little bit brutally honest which perhaps he's unwise on these these accounts but if i look at t twelve twenty thirteen what was a headphone while it was. Maybe it was your little your little more headset. When you a hands free in the car maybe you put it on reached rounded back to get it when you listen to music but you know what else was it And then he looked. Today is small is wireless. Earbuds is in your pocket. It loss for hours and hours and hours know if you will when travelling very much. The moment travelling public transport rounded the big cities. You're more likely to see people with their butts in the with on. I think that's that's tremendous because it goes from a device that you you go and search out when he wants this to music device that you always have with you always have was literally on you On the processing and the silicon capability will put the interests devices. Means they are that they're becoming a was a bit like films becoming a real augmented piece of piece of hardware. You've got what you all the time offering you love. yeah. I i think it's if you go back to like twelve or thirteen. I think maybe i would add. I think i had like a set of bose or monster headphones. That i was listening to. So in those those would had some noise cancellation capabilities and in quality audio at us mostly just on the plane maybe occasionally at all I believe back in that period. Maybe a little bit. Before that. I had maybe a blue headset I've had a couple of job or heads that i would use. I would swap out if i was going to make a phone call so i had these multiple things. Those were pretty amazing and actually had this blue ant that actually had voice control. I could do a voice input like us a number but you had all these speed dials. You could use So and just to think about where we are today with the different solutions in the market. It's it's really been tremendous Just the the miniaturisation and the fact that we can have really high quality solutions all day. Long now i'm wearing some some bose headphones right now. Which i use to record because i like the way that it isolates me and sort of keeps all the back. Out nice microphones does all the gate and everything But throughout the day. Mostly i i have earbuds at and i have all different sorts and I use them for listening. But i use them for voices system. I use them for a lot of zoom meetings and conference calls. I think it's i think. Behavior has shifted. Maybe more in this space than any other over the last five or six years. I think when. I look at the what's driven it number. One is power consumption so if you look at our latest arrange of chips the fifty one hundred series. Thirty hundred series. We worked very hard last two or three years. The power time So it's it's you know two three four times less power than walls if you go back twenty sixteen seventeen. I'm what what what does that do. Well the battery get smaller ranch and the irony here you can shrink the battery and you can get the The lifetime to go so rather being maybe two three hours four hours. Maybe maybe more with a really big set of cans that easy work and i can put them in you. Ranked game four five six seven hours repair via but so it's not. It's not a kind of a concern that you you're going to use them. Use them up in the back in the case. And what am i gonna do. Can i rely on for a long time and the smooth and ally white and that does driven so fascinating things so number one given that i can put mine in my knees do i won't say yes potentially for for this bill. So now you know the voice ui. I'm won't once. I can wear them knocking tire and auto uncomfortable rival interface. I can go talk to the voice assistant. Thank goodness you know the the google's now's this wilted did all they did but the voice assistance have come alone. Am i living those feature films. I'm sitting there with this thing. In my ear unobtrusive comfortable lightweight. How gonna worry about the power On on yes. I'm getting this voice. She why we were very very closely with the likes of arizona. Google to make sure that we meet requirements. We got the right things you make it available to to our customers to end consumers so very exciting change in terms of the power consumption a low power we achieve allowing you to wear them all the time of the ones. He just wouldn't do it on. Be comfortable and then suddenly you've got this option to have a very exciting interface. You didn't have before to a lot of information through through the voice interface.

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"asahi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"asahi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Doors comes out, and I am my home theater system hooked up. I'm gonna invite several friends over to come over and listen to the new record on my turntable. As soon as the records over, we're going to get him into a pyramid scheme, That's my scheme. That's my underhanded, sneaky scheme. I don't hope none of my friends were just listening just blew. And if they're in video listening, don't worry. None of my friends are listening. I don't thing I don't think any of them are listening. They have other things to do. Golden Girls Marathon size The Lizard King Pyramid scheme, Right. Say, Look at me as little lizard King. I'm on top of the pyramid. You will be my henchman. My engineman. You will be out selling look into my eyes. Do you like filtered water? Well, Do you like Asahi wine? Do I? Yeah. What was that? Stop. Let's assume remarried. Oh, God, Mona V or something? Don't say Who? That Woz Because we love the guy, But yeah, That was another one, huh? That was another one. God, you have a good memory, too. If someone would have said Mona V to me, I would have thought. Wait a minute. Where have I heard that? But you remembered what it was..

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"asahi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"asahi" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And here we go. The spending of billions and billions of dollars of the next couple of decades on trains and tunnels and new bus routes and things like that. The mayor is very excited about this. And Greg Asahi tweeted overnight. Austin, Texas just passed its own version of the green new deal. He is very excited about. Well, he should be a says We're going to create a lot of good union jobs. We're going to address climate change and things like that. And I don't By the way, Greg Kosar. He won big last night. Heard it. Almost 70% of the votes is destroy Amanda. Yeah, they seem to like him a lot. He Ah, he does have some opposition out there. Just not enough know it seems like and I'd love for anybody from his district that might be listening to give us a call. Let me know what he's done for you. That's a good question. Is Greg Cassard done for your dish? Because I try to keep an open mind. And if you had done a lot of things for you, I'll try Tio. Look at him with a new perspective will listen. Some familiar faces will be returning to Austin City Hall. 5 FT have been in play this year in district to Delia Garza will not be returning because she'll be assuming the role of county attorney So in that seat, there will be a new face and Vanessa Fuentes in District six, where Jimmy Flanagan's been facing three challengers. Only one remains now, and that's Mackenzie Kelly, who's forced to December run off with Flanagan. Similarly, in district 10 Alison Altar will have to go head to head with Jennifer veered in a runoff for that seat. However, incumbents Great Bazaar and Leslie pulled. Both have secured commanding victories within their respective districts. Patrick Osborne, NewsRadio, Kale, D J. All right, So there's going to be a runoff race with Jimmy Flanagan and Mackenzie Kelly. That's good news. That is, that is quite a mess. If she did, she got an incredible campaign mission is kind of came from nowhere kind of grassroots and and has now put long time City councilman Jimmy Flag into the test. And this. This is the last test off any conservatives out there in Austin, Texas. If you want it just a sliver, just a sliver of diverse thought on that Austin City Council. Then she would be the way to go now. She would have absolutely zero power on that city council. But at least there'd be a voice for conservatives out there on the Count's just one person to sit there and go, Guys. Hang on. Put the brakes on for a minute. Think about what you're doing. Just somebody to at least do that. She'll be the one in 10 1 if she defeats Jimmy Flynn. Yeah, and with an incredible message to the City council that Hey, Okay, We're fine with you doing this property, but you better You better spend the money wisely. At least there'd be one voice And thing is there's time now. I think a lot of Republicans are going to get behind her. She's going to get a lot of support. Right now. This's race that scares me. The most is Jose Garza. He will now be the Travis County District attorney After claiming 70% of the vote over Martin Harry Garza has the backing of groups like Democrat Socialist Austin Justice Coalition and local elected officials such as Greg Cason. He's currently the executive director of the Workers Defence Project. That is the that is the that is them that is the Mafia style organization that has been able to manipulate this city beyond belief. Kiss my ring. Anybody that builds anything in this city has to pay the Workers Defence project which donates money to campaigns. It's amazing what Greg pass our and this Jose Garza have been able to do. Ah, taken over this city is terrified. Now he's currently the executive director, the Workers Defence project, and he handedly defeated incumbent Margaret Mohr back in July to secure that Democrat nomination. Ah and yeah, he's he's got some pretty progressive ideas about ending mass incarcerations about, you know, getting rid of a police union and, you know, qualified immunity and things like that. I wouldn't say he's police friendly. I wouldn't say that. No, no, and lot of crimes That should be, you know, handled more seriously will not be And this is further motivation for the state to take over our local police department that we also learned last night that it's very difficult to win reelection as a sheriff, if you get a criminal indictment against you, it's not a good thing to happen to your in Kent County will have a new sheriff after current Sheriff Robert showed he fails to beat back the challenger Mike Gleason, speaking with CBS Austin Gleeson says he thinks Children Handling of the Javi are Ambler Death played a big role in the results. That's just not my opinion. The voters just agreed with me overwhelmingly tonight that they are not happy. Yeah, the race was not really close at any point. It was among the first local races to be called last night with 1%. The precincts reporting, Gleason secured 56% of the votes and tell folks wanna weigh in on all of this. How do you feel this morning? Especially those in Austin, Texas, whose property taxes going to climb We'd love to hear from you coming up in business news at 6 20. 10 minutes from now. Right now, though, it's 609 and time for the rush Update. Before Election Day, The Illinois National Guard was called up in Chicago, Fox News reported. Massachusetts have also activated their guard in Oregon, where riots never stop. The National Guard was activated as well. In Washington, D C. Black lives matter and shut down D C activists have been planning what they call the next phase of the election cycle, which happens in the streets. Planning session, video mapped out police stations, government buildings, media outlets and buildings supposedly occupied by Trump boosters. The session leader warned of war and people being killed. In blues cities across the country, business owners boarded up their establishments afraid of Democrat violence. If the election doesn't go the way local activists want against that backdrop came an odd story. Reuters warned that election day trump train caravans could be a big security concern. According to experts, Reuters checked Facebook and found a dozen or so trump caravans planned for today. Election Day. Well yesterday. That was the big concern. A Trump caravan was even scheduled to drive past a Maryland voting center and tea for black Lives matter. Shut down D C. Other leftist groups. Have already shown us how violent they are. We know where the threat of violence is coming from, and why we don't need media experts to tell us it's coming from the left. It's not coming from the trump, right..

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"asahi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"asahi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Biden continuing his attack on the president today, Asahi campaigned in the Midwest as well. Former Vice President Joe Biden on a swing state streak, slamming President Trump's handling of the coronavirus in Des Moines, Iowa, on Friday bite and telling a crowd of supporters. Trump has failed to lead and is making the pandemic worse here at the fairgrounds. I was state fair cancel for the first time. His World War two. Donald Trump is giving up biting encouraged the crowd to vote, telling them they have the power to change the course of the country. Faith. Abou Bay ABC NEWS Washington Earlier this week we told you that Wal Mart had removed the display of ammunition and firearms. In their stores because of civil unrest in some areas of the country. Now today, Wal Mart reversing course, it's returning ammo and firearms to the display. Cases. He says that the unrest so far is isolated as opposed to widespread stocks just wrapped up their worst week since March. The Dow down 395 points today some good news for President Trump. Tonight He's getting a number of endorsements from Sports stars NFL legend Brett Farve hockey store Bobby Orr. Endorsing Trump. Earlier this week, Jack Nicholas Jack Nicholas, the golf icon, said that he had voted for Trump, and he encouraged others to do the same. Wools news time 507 The news sponsored in part by the mortgage experts of Team Hochberg Online at 56 david dot com Evens 23 minutes late, Cook wrote to the junction out 20 Kennedy and from O'Hare 38 Up on 30 for Eisenhower in from Thorndale 49. Out about its 40 Stevenson in from 3, 55, 32 Outbound.

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"asahi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"asahi" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"These mash ups. I'm particularly fall into this one. The doors and the temptations. By the way, 96921 15 30. We're going to listen to the little bit of the president was Sean Hannity tonight and what he has to say, but we're not gonna get too deep. This record comes out, Kendall what I'm gonna do. Here's my plan when the new doors comes out of my home theatre system hooked up. I'm an invite several friends over to come over and listen to the new record on my turntable is soon owns the records over going to get him into a pyramid scheme. That's my scheme. That's my underhanded, sneaky scheme. I hope I hope none of my friends were just listening just blew. And if they're inventing listening, don't worry. None of my friends were listening. I don't think any of them are listening. They have other things to dio. Golden Girls Marathon is the Lizard King Pyramid scheme, Right? Look at me as the Lizard king. I'm on top of the pyramid. You will be my henchman. My Benjamin. You will be out selling Look into my eyes do like filtered water. Well, Do you like Asahi wine? Do I? Yeah. What was that? Stop Eliza's side. Very known Avi or something. Don't say thatwas because we love the guy, but yeah, that was another one up. That was another one..

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"asahi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"asahi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And Matt nine. Jennifer Perry 21 pilot. I wrote this one within a matter of days. I think during the initial locked down period here in 2020 guys, that level of concern has certainly picked up, hasn't it For sure, I mean, you talk to everybody, and the first question we usually ask her clients is. Are you staying safe right now, and you're just people are taking that approach in different ways. You know, Summer out at work, and there's no opportunity to really shelter in place and other people are But you know, it's interesting is the facts come down. We've learned more about this. It's been an interesting year to say the least. And then you got an election now, and there's that There's a lot happening right now, guys, but one of the unfortunate side effects of everything that we've been through more and more of our listeners. They're getting buyout offers from their employers, Early retirement packages and so money magazine came up with a checklist of maybe some of the things that we need to consider before accepting that kind of offer from your employers, so Love to get your reaction to these and see if you have any others to add to this list. I know this is not just a financial decision for a lot of people. It's kind of an emotional decision, too, isn't it? Yeah. I mean, any time you're going to retire, it's scary. It's exciting, and if you're unprepared for it Lot of times you feel that fear, right? But you know, we've actually had two or three clients that have gotten these early buyout offers and two of them of mine has taken the early by on one hasn't so can all of them though. We're really glad that they had a plan in place that they could then look at and say, How's this gonna fit now? As we change things? You know, I have a really good client and I would describe him as a warrior. He admits to it. He calls me all the time with like things that he heard, and I'm always trying to calm him down and kind of put some perspective into the latest headline that he saw, But his plan was we sat down and put together a financial time about four years ago, and he was going to retire. You know about a year ago, but he was enjoying his work. He decided he would keep working. Well, they came to him and said, Hey, at the end of this year, we're going to be downsizing and we'll let you know we're going to be letting you go. So we called you up. It says Matt looks like I'm going to be forced to retire. I can't believe it And I said, you know. Hey, hold on, Let's sit down. Let's go through your stuff because I want to put some perspective around what we've done for your financial plan and show that you can actually do this. So we sat down and we actually talked about his financial plan. I said, if you realize and I'm going back to my notes, I said you were actually expecting to be retired at the end of 2018. So the fact that you're still working and you work through 2020. You actually bought yourself two years longer for yourself Security to grow for your accounts to grow and the markets come back. You're in a good spot right now. And so, as we went through his entire financial plan, you could see the concern just literally dissipate off of his face. Asahi saw that We're going to be able to accomplish exactly what we had mapped out four years ago and he had told me when he walked in, he said. Man I won't have about $100,000 a year when I retire every single year till the day I die. I want to make sure my wife's going to be okay and anything left over. We'll figure out a way to spend it, but that's kind of my baseline. We went through his whole plan. We mapped everything out. I showed him where we're going to trigger income. How we're going to take some security to maximize it. What we're going to do to reduce the taxes, so he has more in his accounts and Walla. He could see that he was going to $110,000 coming in every single year for the rest of the lower That hand is like good man. It's so the conversations now that we've had have been so much different because he's now looking forward to now, three months for now, foremost now he's retired. Right, And so now it's this. He's looking forward to it instead of all of sudden, that's becoming forced upon him. And so we're still navigating through some of the buyouts and some of the stock options he's gonna have to exercise and figuring all that out. But now he has some opportunities and hears that the great things with this is once he retires, starting 2021. His income is going to go down to zero and we get to figure out where we're going to take that income going forward. Yeah, And so now we have the flexibility to say okay, And now we're gonna exercise these stock options that are taxed in this way. And now we're going to do this and we're going to do this and we're still going to get you $110,000. And you're going to still be good to go. But we're going to do it or Uncle Sam just took five or $10,000 less awesome. And so the excitement's building and again. It's just so much fun when you put together a financial plan when you're diversified, So when you go through an economic crisis like this, it wasn't devastating to the overall portfolio to recover quickly. Things are where they're at, so that you can start drawing on them and then execute that, and it's just so rewarding to be able to work with someone and help them actually achieve their goal. And again. It's a case of turning those lemons and a lemonade, especially in a year like this one, where a lot of unexpected things were happening with our jobs right now, So if you haven't started on that plan, or if you think that offers coming soon from your employer, maybe you already have that offer in hand. Let's see if this is an actual opportunity for you rather than a negative thing. Perhaps you could make it Retirement thing work, and we're gonna offer that second opinion today. If you have one of those buyout offers, you want to go over. You want to get started on a plan with Damon. Imagine give us a call during today's show. Just talk to her team members about that off the air, and we'll address your specific questions for a 0680 68 68 or reach out to US online. It's success in the new retirement dot com. Guys When you get one of these offers..

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Japan's Prime Minister resigns for health reasons

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:15 min | 1 year ago

Japan's Prime Minister resigns for health reasons

"It is a week or so since Japan's longest-serving, Prime Minister Shinzo are announced that he would be standing down for health reasons that discreet interval having elapsed those who fancy succeeding him as leader of the Liberal Democratic Party and therefore Prime Minister of beginning to make themselves known among the first out of the traps is Yoshi suger currently chief cabinet secretary already seen as the favorite the former foreign, Minister Fumio Kishida and former. Defense. Minister Shapiro she but also like their chances, the decision is due on. September. Fourteenth joining me with more is molecules Tokyo bureau chief. Your New Wilson. Fiona is this the one horse race that some are already calling it? Yes, I'm afraid I think it is amazing. Things have happening over the last couple of days in Japan you're right there are three key people standing but really the LDP party, the party executives have swung into action and pretty much. So not the race for Soga to win it's going to be very difficult for him to lose the L. TPS. Famously, it's got these factions seven factions and it seems that saga although he only just a matter of hours go announced. His candidacy seems he's already secured. Five of the seven factions. Votes can be quite hard to beat him and yesterday that was an amazing meeting of the Executive Council of the Party and they decided not to bother with the votes from the rank and file, which really sent a clear signal because among the rank and file issue the former defense minister, he's the top choice. He's also the top choice with the public. He pulls much higher than Sukkur and clearly the party Did Not want him to win. So the in a way it's been rigged actually the vote and it's very good news for Soga and not for anyone else standing on that point though if Ishiba is the more popular candidate among the actual Japanese Public Roy is he not seen as more of a contender by the Party grandees? It's interesting. He's been relentless critic of Shinzo Bay and that's one him. No friends he he just does not have enough support within the party and it's a sort of a grudge I suppose you could say he stood against. A couple of times in two, thousand and twelve he stood against obey. He actually won the first round when it was, you know down to the rank and file he won. He lost in the second round when it came down to the the members of the politicians. So he's he's seen as trouble he's criticized throughout he you know I in a natural way he's got plenty to say about what's going on within his own party. He's he's being critical of our based diplomacy. He thinks it's to US centric he he feels that the stimulus packages that she has set the ABA. Policies that he's feels not sustainable in the long term and he's voiced very openly. So he's one no friends within the policy leaders and I think now it's unfortunately for him. It's coming home to roost. So if we are going to have to get used to the idea of your Shahida, suge as the next prime minister of Japan, do we understand yet what sort of prime minister he intends to be? Basically, who is he? Yeah, it's an interesting one I mean. People outside Japan wet name much about him although he's been obeys right hand man throughout since two thousand twelve he's he's the public face of the government. He's the top spokesperson. He's there every day at the press conferences batting off critism of Shinto. Ebbe. There are questions about unfortunate scandals, how how Abbas dealing with the pandemic. It's been super who's dealt with all that. So he is a very, very well known face here. He's. He's sometimes referred to his uncle ray were not not particularly affectionately, but he was the man who revealed the name of the new Japanese era when there's new. The new era begins and we are now in the era of war and he was the man who revealed that on television. So he's sort of got this nickname, but there's not a lot. He's revealed about himself personally in seventy one. Well, when when he came on today his press conference, he pretty much announced exactly what kind of prime minster he'll be, which is continuity Abba he said he'll be dealing with coronavirus. He'll continue with up a NOMEX and he'll continue Abbas diplomatic policy which is based on the US Japan. Alliance and I think that's where he differed from issue who was trying to do the exact opposite really saying. Issue has been saying we need more friends in south. East Asia not so US centric, he doesn't fancy what they call the golf diplomacy the great bromance between trump and pay, which is much spoken of. Not. Sure. How much trump considered it although he did he did tweets that he considered to be Japan's greatest prime minister which prompted much hilarity on twitter to see if anyone could ask trump who was his second greatest pick suspecting that he probably couldn't name and other Japanese prime minister so that that really he's continuity and for some people about important but it seems the public were they wanted a bit of change maybe not a complete revolution. They've maybe would have liked to fresh face, but it looks like it's going to be so good and it's a very short election campaign really starts in the seventh ends on the fourteenth with the Prime Minister being appointed on the sixteenth seventeenth in a special session just finally, and briefly owner is it politically viable for the Liberal Democratic Party just to install him as prime minister and let him crack on there won't be any talk of early general election or anything. There isn't at the moment, but there has to be a general election by next Autumn Anyway twenty, twenty one. This is so. It would be pretty remarkable if he were to come in and immediately call a general election. So I think not. But there are some very dissenting voices I notice the Asahi Shimbun, huge center-left newspaper second-biggest paper. In Japan, remember the circulations are enormous and described this whole process of how suit of being shoehorned into the role as bleak and pathetic. So it's not like There is across the board support for is going to have a bit of a battle with the public. He hasn't actually put a foot wrong so far he said very little. He only announced his candidacy tonight so. We'll see how it turns out but at the moment, it looks like it's going to be business as usual. If, you're on a Wilson in Tokyo Bureau. Thank you for joining

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"asahi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"asahi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thank you. North Korean leader Kim Jong UN is orderto hold on military actions against South Korea, China and India have agreed to deescalate tension on their Himalayan border. Tokyo Olympic Committee asked sponsors for contract talks. Asahi report. Maur record Covert 19 case rises in the U. S Sunbelt States today, especially Arizona, Texas, Florida, which we open early and in California again, which has not US top infectious disease Doctor Anthony Fauci before Congress today, says it is a disturbing trend and that it's not a second surge but still in the first wave. And in fact, health officials in Houston, Texas, say ICU beds are filling up President Trump in Arizona Cove in 19 hot spots, speaking to a crowd of young people, calling them the courageous warriors standing in the way of what people who don't agree with him. Mr Trump want And freedom and European Union may decide to keep the door shut to Americans when officials convene tomorrow to discuss whom you let into the block as it eases controls on external borders in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg guys. All right. Thanks so much. Let's get now, too. I guess Stephen and his chief market strategist at Mexico joining us from Bangkok, Stephen, We had that kind of rollercoaster 30 minutes or so around this time yesterday on the Navarro induced comments. So we've also got concerns about new virus infections and then Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin saying that he expects the US recession will end by the end of the year. How do you Kind of position yourself amongst all of this noise, but also attention. Very carefully. It's Courtney Building markets and, you know, trying to pinpoint what's going on at any moment. It's quite difficult because it's just a huge disconnect between you know the economic Forward looking indications versus You know where we are in stock markets right now, all over starting to see some piece of data overnight. I mean, that could just be a pent up demand issue. We start at in the P investigators released yesterday against her some inclination that some participants view that is appreciate V shaped recovery. I'm sort of a little bit rather down, not you. His only confusion, indexes and coming from the plummeting the depths where we were a month ago to raising up this month. I don't think we should be celebrating two wildly just yet. And we're rates being where they are, Stephen. I mean, there are very few alternatives. And I was looking at the price action today in gold. I mean, we're at the highest level since about 2012 on a few of these contracts, and I'm Going back to the beginning of the year. I mean, 25% gain. Really? So do you think this is maybe another one of the areas where that fear of missing out trade is playing into into the market? It certainly feels like if you look at the the way that the market's going, I think highlighted exactly is this fear of missing out? I think we're also seeing that tendency and stock markets right now we're starting to see people leave the money market funds scared to miss out on rising stocks. I think some of that money coming out of money market buying, it's for you to go BTS. So there's a big retail pent up than that, I think Arguably you go into any wealth management shop right now they're gonna be pumping a gold is a primary defensive strategy. And I think that's out into the lustre. But getting back to the fact that things here I think this Mark it on the broader scales, positioning for currency, the basement on the expectation that inflation could go raging quite higher. And I think even the stronger day university this is sort of encouraging that notion that we could see hyperplasia of the economy. Maybe not next week, of course, but six months to one year down the road. So, with all of those points in mind, what assets do you see out perform in the second half? But it's you know, I'm still fairly optimistic that we're going Tio. We're going to get a bit of a reality check on the Q three data. I think you know the growth and the unemployment issues are probably going to revert from Main Street issues. Wall Street problems. I think that's for the check. And the reality check for the incredulous amount is going to be effective. I would be a little bit defensive going into the queue three. I think the strategy is still to remain in gold. For those reasons that I mentioned before. You do avoid the fixed income markets at all costs just because of how far yields have come down. That's the scary part. I mean, you know you're basically buying into negative territory and a real a real yield based on that's quite scary. I mean, the only other alternative really just to sort of broaden your horizons, too. Other carry traits, for instance, for singer large propensity over here in agent to buy into the Indonesian rupee on detention rupee itself and the underlying bonds. This is quite a convincing argument. You're looking at very low volatility in the U. S rates market currency markets. Quite frankly, you know what that dollar selling off? It's not just taking a risk. Being short dollar in Ojai Currency guard are yielding currency, so that seems to be resonating the global investors right now. Let's talk about in terms of what we are expecting from further stimulus from central banks, because we know a lot of this liquidity has been underpinning what we're seeing in market action. We do have a couple of central banks this week or today, I should say a peon said coming up shortly. And and where where you are the Bank of Thailand. What are you expecting? Well, I think they're both corners remain on hold..

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Hotel offers $1 rooms for guests who live stream everything

The KFBK Morning News

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Hotel offers $1 rooms for guests who live stream everything

"How great a hotel in Tokyo is offering a room for one dollar a night but there is a catch gas is staying in the room have to agree to be live streamed on the hotel's YouTube channel during their stay in guests can stay for just under a box at the Asahi Ryo can hotel if they agree to the terms the hotels page broadcast the footage from room eight to twenty eight hundred

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"asahi" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"asahi" Discussed on ESPN FC

"I think goalie needs to be much stronger pushing it out there Asahi's able to keep it in and then triple because I think any other goal either, frankly, catches that puts it out of play and the third goal raw, a full credit right? It's a well hit ball. The goalie gets at least one if not both hands on it. And again, I think you really have to take the level of competition here into account. I think most goalies in this tournament make that save. I think as well hit of a ball as it is most goals in that tournament make that say other than that, okay? Maybe more all were at this way. Most of the goal is on the favorites would make that would you know, if you're playing one of the favorite teams in this tournament to that, that goal is making is making that save. And that's and that's what matters to Sweden. Right. Because that's you know, they're ultimately their goal is to get to the knockout, rounds and beyond so to me, and I'll use this word again, it was under well Ming. But it was, and this is always seemingly, the case for Sweden sufficient an underwhelming. Plus sufficient is exactly what we saw from Sweden at the last Olympics every knockout game was underwhelming. But sufficient the one thing that I would question you on caters when we talked about the difference between maybe this era of Sweden, and the Pia era of Sweden. You mentioned that, you know, like it was maybe going to be a little bit more free flowing is a fair to say that you expected that from this team more attack minded. Yes, more numbers forward. I don't know if they have I don't see that I do and I don't know if they have that in them, they need they need more up their conversion rate, is it took them. They didn't score to the eightieth minute of the second half against Thailand. That's that's something to me that says something something's broken. I think there's part of them where they go after like the Scotland, right? Like some of these teams are going after the professional win that. And I told you that some sweet. Is not gonna look the score. Thirteen goals. Sweden's gonna look to get the regals, and like be happy with it, and they're not going to overextend themselves physically, because this is a team that is made up of players playing in Europe. So they are at the end of their season. These, these guys have played sixty to sixty five games this year between champions, league's pro league's national team games now tournaments like these players are tired. That is one even though they're inform in they're clicking, especially those that play altogether in club like France. They have an advantage, but the, the dark side of that the other side of the coin is there more fatigued than the United States, and the and the people that are not in season. You know when they are. Yeah, I would say this, though the thing I noticed about the game today. I think it was a niece. Is that right? It looked like it was hot. Like I wonder some of these Swedish players coming into this game against the US everything we've seen points to me that the US is a huge favourite in this game. But I thought the Swedish players like look like even though it was Thailand. They were really having to exert. Themselves, like, and I think.

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"asahi" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"asahi" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"And wait in line, and Asahi bulls are fraction of the price and just as delicious, they come in three great flavors original protein, and tropical, and the best part is each one is only two hundred and thirty calories or fewer. So if you're looking for something tasty first thing in the morning or to sneak in a quick snack break. Try aside balls, find them in your frozen. I'll. We'll be right back with house of Kim. It's mattress firm's fourth of July sale with a preview of our free free free event this Friday through Sunday. Enjoy our fathers day and get a free adjustable bed base when you spend just three hundred ninety nine and two free memory, Paul pillows, and two free. Protect your when you take home. Your New Bedford five ninety nine plus save up to four hundred dollars store. What Korean your budget stretches further at mattress firm offer valid with qualifying purchase? Restrictions apply. Participating patients over for up until visit mattress firm size sale. The all new Toyota RAV four asks, what if what if your ride was refined rugged at the same time? Introducing the all new wrath four hybrid. Two hundred eight combined horsepower, and standard all wheel drive, make it the most powerful wrath four plus with its head turning style and breakaway speed. It's bound to change the way you think of a high, the all new rat for hybrid so Yoda. Let's go places or the power ratings, achieve the required premium unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of ninety one. Premium fuel was not used performance. Grace, say isn't the only one with breaking news, make sure to hang around at the end of this podcast for the latest breaking headlines on the AP news minute. Hey, everybody, you have to check out this amazing new true crime podcast..

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"asahi" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"asahi" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Duke, though, how about blueberries Asahi, berries, raspberries, cranberries that now the dark rich colors blueberries Asahi berries. It's ACA seen that word. You know, how to say it Asahi, raspberries, cranberries. They come the chemicals are called phytochemicals and protect protect against many numerous types of cancers. So it's really important the phrases e from the rainbow eat as many colors as you can of the food and darker the color traditionally the higher, the nutritional value and higher the antioxidants and the phytochemicals researchers and university of Florida found that the active ingredient Asahi berries, destroyed cancer cells when tested in cell culture. So they did outside human body. But it seemed to work pretty well blueberries and musket downgrades contain compounds that research shows can can cause liver cancer cells to self destruct. So this is what's really important. Nice thing about berries this. They usually low in sugar now must have. Dine grapes higher in sugar, but blueberries raspberries, Asahi berries, relatively low and sugar. And you got a lot of nutrients out of it. So you can add those to your diet. And if you combine them fresh, great if you can't get them frozen. The best type of food is is fresh. If you could get it fresh realize once it's picked it has to be put on a truck ship to wherever it is putting grocery store put on a shelf. You have to bring it home. And then you have to eat it. So the quicker you consume it the closer to when it was picked higher the nutritional value. It's going to be. And so what you wanna do then is frozen berries or frozen fruits are usually picked and frozen right away. Because they don't want to go bad, and they usually less expensive because a lot of the costs that goes into fruits and vegetables is waste and if they're picked and frozen right away this less waste, and so they can be shift doesn't is quickly. And so it's better for you. Now, get the organic if you can better choice. So what I do when I see frozen berries on sale. Wherever I go shopping. I'll stock up put my freezer, and then I'll eat them now in a summer. Who likes ice cream? Right. I used to like ice cream. I like that is coconut ice cream and other ice creams to I don't eat any animal products vegan. But what I'll do enough. I feel like something like a like an ice cream. I'll just take some frozen blueberries and just chew on 'cause they're soft enough to chew. So they give you that. Nice texture. Soft flavor like ice cream does and much better for you and cheaper, by the way. So that better for you. Why wouldn't you do that? Now, I I know you're thinking, you know, what what's going to be cherry Garcia. I don't know maybe talking to be as good, but you can eat just frozen cherries, and they worked to which is kind of nice. You get the frost of a little bit. If you want to but consider adding berries into your diet. It's pretty awesome green tea. This is something that people come a lot and say Dr Joe what about green tea now, it was one of the first plant based chemicals ever studied for its anticancer properties. It was called catechin 's and the chemicals found in green tea, and they've been known for some time now to prevent reduced recurrence of breast and other cancers now with this particular chemical. Experts even they know why there's a chemical called EG CG. It's a real long term that I'm not going to pronounce for you and it inhibits breast tumor growth this. According according to the university of Mississippi, just two cups of green tea a day is enough to do the trick. So you can buy organic green tea and have that as a drink, and what's cool is when you start drinking teas that have a lot more flavor than coffees. A lot of people say gosh, I much rather have this coffee. I never knew the coffee personally, I used to work at used to make the doughnuts to give you an idea. I was very young fourteen fifteen years old, and it was Baker. I used to make the doughnuts and people drink coffee, but I was amazed even as a child that they'd be pouring cream and sugar into it. And I thought why would you wanna put cream and sugar and cover up the flavor of something that you're eating why not just eat it? And then I tried coffee never liked it. But coffees an acid and acid robs the body of calcium coffees. One highly sprayed foods you ever comes to chemicals, and it's a diuretic which makes you pee. Hydrate your body. So coffee may not be the best thing for you. And that's why tease would be a choice in green tea. Excellent. Good teases. Well, folks, Dr Joe Esposito talking about anticancer superfoods. They really do they work and the answer is. Yes, if you know, which ones they are I'm gonna open up the phone lines. If you have any healthcare questions, not just on cancer, but at any topics the.

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"asahi" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"asahi" Discussed on KTRH

"Played this already. Oh, no. I take that back. Didn't you? That's the song from. The Tom Cruise movie right now. He slides in isn't this Asahi slides in on we played this early? You guys don't even know it because you tag team in there. Somebody's just went back to the songs. The deer in the headlight. Look on Kalam is then priceless today, by the way. It's just been priceless. You're doing fine. You're doing good. Don't get me wrong asked. Joey ask anybody in here. Even Shannon when she's done some fill in work. I have fun with the producers. I loved fun with producers. It keeps me entertained. Speaking of this is the most entertaining garden show you over find we are not boring any way, shape or form the most listened to garden show and all of the state of Texas simply because we do it for eight hours. KTAR H two with some really great numbers out there. What to do next? I want to tell you. This was good news. All right. I had a feeling as his you suspicion, but I couldn't say at all through April. We were talking about generics. Power up. Houston event.

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"asahi" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"asahi" Discussed on KTRH

"You go shopping for a big purchase my consumer team dot com. My consumer team dot com Email me with your consumer questions or to let me know about a great experience you've had with the Houston area business. My Email is Pete at my consumer team dot com. That's Pete at my consumer team dot com. Dr Meghna Asahi has been a valued contributor to our program since we signed on a year she and her practice sleep. Houston are literally saving lives every week because they are helping people with sleep apnea, really treat it and what I'm talking about. Here is a lot of people who snore of people. Have sleep apnea have a CPAP machine that they either go us or they can't use it or they can't tolerate it. It's just not getting the job done. See paps? You're good. But you gotta use them and Dr Dasani and her team have been on the front lines of the development of this oral appliance which is so easy to wear that stops snoring and stops sleep apnea. So let's welcome back Dr magnet dishonor to KTAR H, and Dr Dasani I'll never forget the story. You shared on the year a couple of months ago of the gentleman who came to sleep, Houston and moving story for me. And he used to sleep with his doors open because before he came to you and God help he was expecting to die. He was expecting to have a heart event or something and he used to lead his doors open. So the paramedics would have better access easier access to him and now because he's locking doors. And and he is he is alive and healthy. Did I even get that story halfway right? Welcome. Dr Tucson, he good to have you with us tonight. Yes. Thank you so much for having me. And yes that is right. That was a patient that came in. He was learned that had been.

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"asahi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:24 min | 3 years ago

"asahi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Formula market in China worth an estimated twenty seven billion Nestle share has quadrupled since the scandal. It is the clear leader right now in the foreign exchange. Little bit of dollar weakness of the end strengthening to one oh nine fifty seven. And we have the offshore Chinese Yuan right now. Little changed at six eighty twenty five US ten year treasury trading for the first time since Friday here in the US with a yield of two seventy six let's get to San Francisco. So we can get some global news from Ed Baxter. He's in the Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom ready. All right, Douglas. China's president Xi Jinping is warning of serious dangers for the communist party. She sank politics ideology, economy environment, UK labor party leader, Jeremy carbon calls for a second. Brexit referendum. Prime Minister Theresa may rejects the concept Japan's cabinet approval rating rises three points to forty three percent Asahi Paul US has asked North Korea to freeze nuclear production during the tentative talks chosen report. This reportedly coming out of the meetings. We told you yesterday we're going on in Sweden, California. Senator Kamala Harris announces a run for the presidency. If nominated and elected, she would be the first woman, president would be the first of African American Indian descent USGS has a six point zero magnitude earthquake is at the some Bala region of Indonesia, no immediate soon, NAMI warnings or reports have damage or casualty and ABC news is reporting that Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is backtracking on comments. He made yesterday we reported that Trump Trump Tower in Russia talks continued into November and at the time of the election. He now says the comment was hypothetical only ABC has released of a sound file of an interview he did regarding that about a month ago. And we'll play it for you in about fifteen minutes and let you decide whether it was hypothetical or not global news twenty four hours a day on Aaron talk on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred. Twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Paul. All right. Thanks, very much it we're joined this half. How by Derrick scissors? He's chief economist China beige book international, so resident scholar empty American Enterprise Institute. Now when we look at the data that we've had out of China. There doesn't really seem to be any great motivation to tune the drip feed of stimulus into a fire hours. What might change that? Yeah. I I tend to agree with that. The Chinese authorities have not wanted to go to heavy stimulus possibly because it won't work in the short term. But but certainly cause they have worries about long-term debt. I don't I I think the sharper weakening and the Chinese economy is earlier this year than than earlier last year rather in two thousand eighteen then it will be in two thousand nineteen. So if they're not panicked about stimulus. Now. I don't see why they would be panicked about in the first place. If you look at two thousand eighteen versus two thousand fifteen industrial activity faster, rail-freight assassin electric generation is faster. So there are some problems. They caught him even though no doubt. But I don't I don't see a reason they hit the panic button on a short-term. You guys have your finger on the pulse. Pretty well with the surveys that you do of all those companies what do people complain about the most. Well, I mean, you know, it's always companies all over the world complain about the same thing. It's like we can't make enough money, and then it's somebody else's fault. So you get you get some unhappy. On that way. One thing they don't complain about which I think is relevant. They their companies have been able to borrow. So there was a, you know, a sort of attempt de leveraging there's a lot of comment now that money isn't getting to private firms. That's not what our survey says our survey says private firms are borrowing at a perfectly decent rate. The breakdown is not the companies don't borrow it's that they don't use the money and official narrow money growth is very very slow. So companies don't like the business environment for whatever reason, and they're getting money they have funds. They don't want to invest in companies are looking around for some external factor to blame prominent leaders the trade war feature and how much pressure does this pile on the leadership to sort it out. I mean, we don't get very many companies a trade war. China's a very large domestic economy as we all know and most of the companies we surveyed us we thousand three hundred companies we survey down more focus on domestic market moreover in two thousand eighteen Chinese exports to the US actually expanded. I think it's a sentiment problem. More than anything. A trade war is a is a contributor to that. Even then I don't think the trade wars is the primary issue. I you know, what I ask people when they say house trying to answer. Well, where's the initiative from the central government? They don't want us to stimulate. That's good. Don't wanna incur more debt. What are the initiatives? There. Don't appear to be any economic initiatives there. No sectors, China runs on fad hot sector and everybody money into that sector doesn't seem to be set of sectors that they want to encourage particularly. So I think there's a there's a sense of policy stagnation that affects the economy more than the trade conflict. Does. There's a comment here. From Stephen Jen at your is an S L J capital, and it basically sort of looks out at what will eventually happen in the trade deal suggesting then it'll be a China opening not a US closing that will Mark this and that will be not only good for the Chinese economy. But for the global economy, do you buy into that? I wish I could I don't think that's likely. I don't think that China is going to shift from the development model it had wish Xi Jinping in charge for five six years under pressure from the US to a different development model, and I think that people are missing a potential threat, which is if the US and China come to a deal that involves large scale Chinese purchases because those are easier to verify then IT protection. And so on those purchases are probably going to be diverted from other buyers. So when somebody says China's opening I think a deal may off may involve China opening more to the US and less competing. Suppliers. All right, Derrick, scissors. We will have to leave it there. But thanks very much for joining us this morning on Bloomberg daybreak Asia. That's Derrick scissors chief economist China beige, book international also resident scholar.

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BTS performance axed by Japanese TV show over atomic bomb T-shirt

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BTS performance axed by Japanese TV show over atomic bomb T-shirt

"Liberation Korea. This has gone over approximately as well. As might have been expected in Japan. Tv Asahi who were to hosted the group announced that BTS appearance walls postponed. This is the daily.

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U.S. homeland security secretary commends Facebook action

All Things Considered

04:27 min | 4 years ago

U.S. homeland security secretary commends Facebook action

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack Speer. Jury has been seated, in the trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort he faces charges of tax evasion. And Bank fraud NPR's Carrie Johnson covering the trauma was there for opening statements today, and, one, of the, lead prosecutors in this case who's oh Sonya basically said all. Of these charges banks Bank fraud tax fraud conspiracy they all boil. Down to one single issue that Paul Manafort lied Asahi told the jury that a man in this courtroom believed the. Law did not apply to him NPR's Carrie. Johnson it's, the. First trial result from special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation Manafort is being tried on unrelated charges case was largely being viewed as a test of legitimacy of the molar probe top federal immigration officials went before congress today to defend their handling of the Trump administration's, policy of separating migrant children. From, their families San Joel rose explains they. Faced bipartisan criticism. For lawmakers the ranking democrat on the Senate Judiciary. Committee Dianne Feinstein of, California blasted the administration's family separation policy the Trump administration has pursued that I believe is a. Deeply immoral and haphazard policy lawmakers also raised concerns about the alleged abuse of immigrant, children in, government custody, but Matthew all atop immigration and customs enforcement official defended conditions. In the agency's detention centers I think the best way to describe. Them is to be more like a summer camp the Trump administration has stopped separating families as part of its crackdown. On illegal immigration judge has ordered the administration. To say, how. It plans to reunite more than five hundred children who are still separated from their parents Joel rose NPR news US homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen is commending Facebook for taking action to disrupt political influence campaign on its site saying it shows the companies taking The threat seriously Also announcing the DHS's creating a new center aimed, at protecting, banks electric companies and other critical infrastructure. From cyber threats those, called current. Defenses tortellini adequate we are, facing an urgent evolving. Crisis in cyberspace our adversaries capabilities online are simply, outpacing our, stove piped defenses international risk management center will work to identify and address potential threats and improve. Safeguards across industries consumers are more upbeat about the. Economy this month the looking six months. Down the road they're not. Quite so optimistic that's the latest assessment from the nonprofit. Business research group the Conference Board says consumer confidence this month was up three tenths of one percent that may have been a result of a strong second quarter growth figures released by the, government last, week Wall Street. Gang ground today the Dow is up one hundred and eight points to close at twenty five. Thousand four fifteen the NASDAQ rose forty one points, the Serta imports five. Hundred closed up. Thirteen points today you're listening to NPR from Acuity news I'm Jeremy Siegel twenty, people are still listed as missing due to the. Massive car fire burning near the. City of reading according to, the reading police department. That includes eleven reading residents four residents of old, Shasta three, people from Keswick in two from French gorge officials are asking anyone with information to call the. Car fire missing persons hotline at five three zero. Two two five four to seven seven. So far the blaze has. Scorched more than one hundred ten thousand acres killed six. People and destroyed more than eight hundred homes at last check this morning the fire was twenty seven percent contained the Sunnyvale city council is taking up a proposal tonight to ban the sale, of AR, fifteen style rifles. To people under twenty one in two thousand thirteen the NRA sued the city over another gun. Control measure that restricted ammunition sales in limited gun, magazines to ten rounds. That challenge was. Thrown out by federal judges Sunnyvale mayor Glenn Hendrix says his constituents want to make a. Statement Sunnyvale. Has, been. Ranked the safest city in America for the third straight year but when I'm out talking with the residence they raised this issue of gun violence in schools and, they're concerned and our students, are concerned but Craig. To lose with the pro gun rights firearms policy coalition says all constitutional rights are conferred on eighteen year olds and, this should, be, no, exception, he says it's, hypocritical descend eighteen year olds with.

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