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Giants have regrets after getting blown out vs. Dodgers in Game 2
"The Dodgers pounded out eleven hits and even up the National League division series at a game apiece as they beat the giants nine to two in the six Cody Ballenger aged park had back to back two run doubles to put the game out of reach Julia Rios pitched five innings gave up three hits and a run with five strikeouts to get the win Maria helped his own cause with an RBI single to give LA a one nothing lead in the second inning Kevin Johnson took the loss for the giants he allowed four runs on four hits in five and a third innings the pitching matchup for game three is Alex wood for the giants against the Dodgers Max Scherzer Riley Aung San
Curt Casali's 2-Run Single Holds up, Giants Beat Braves 2-0
"The giants have won two straight against the Braves as Alex wood and six relievers combined on a five hitter to shot of Lana to nothing what has recovered from coated and made his first start since August twenty sixth he pitched three perfect innings with four strikeouts I went longer than we were planning to go you know I thought you knew your two is tunings was was the goal I really don't know what to expect I was gonna feel but I thought my stuff was sharp backup catcher Curt Casali drove in the game's only runs with a two run single in the fourth the Braves have lost four straight well the Phillies won four in a row sheeting and lan is lead in the National League east to one game over Philadelphia Charlie Morton took the loss he pitched five innings gave up four hits and two runs Riley Aung San Francisco
Tatis, Padres End 5-Game Skid, Cut Giants' 9-Game Win Streak
"The giants nine game win streak came to an end as the Padres outs like San Francisco nine to six Adam Frazier and Fernando tatties junior each had four hits apiece Frazier with a two run double and Eric Hosmer added a two run single Joe Musgrove pitched six innings and allowed three runs to get the win it just feels good to be back in the win column and it's been awhile since we've won the game the Padres remained one game behind St Louis for second place in the National League wild card the giants with solo homers from Tyrrel strata Kris Bryant Steven Duggar and Brandon belt despite the loss San Francisco scored at least six runs in each of its last ten games Riley Aung San Francisco
Buster Posey's 18th Homer Helps Giants to Ninth Straight Win
"The red hot giants continue to roll winning their ninth straight game as they beat the Padres six to one coinciding with the win streak San Francisco scored six or more runs in each of its last nine games this is giants catcher buster Posey sense of side of things and being able to play two different positions throughout the game it's definitely a collective effort when you're able to to route a lost nine in a row Posey homered while Darren Roth and Brandon belt each with RBI doubles Anthony DeSclafani had not won a game since August thirteenth and he pitched six and two thirds strong innings allowed one run on three hits to earn the victory the Padres are struggling having lost five in a row and game behind St Louis for the second wild card spot Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco
Dodgers Beat Giants 6-1, Move Into Tie for First in NL West
"The Dodgers jumped out to a three nothing lead in the first inning and go on to win it six to one Julio Rayos pitched five and two thirds innings giving up eight hits but only one run striking out eight for the win Trey Turner and Corey Seager with home runs and AJ Pollock with an RBI double the win puts the Dodgers tied with the giants atop the National League west with both teams eighty six wins and fifteen losses the giants didn't have a starting pitcher so they used eight relievers out of the bullpen buster Posey had three hits including a run scoring double Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco
Brewers Knock Giants From Top Spot in NL, Win Fourth in Row
"The brewers have won four in a row and taking the first three games of the series as they beat the giants five to two Lorenzo Cain was two for three with a home run and three RBIs in this series is four for eight with two homers and five runs driven in the brewers bullpen pitched seven innings giving up five hits and two runs Josh Hayter struck out the side in the ninth to get his twenty ninth save meanwhile the giants have lost four straight and now trailed the Dodgers by half a game in the National League west Riley Aung San Francisco
Bryant Homers Twice, Giants Beat Tired Mets 7-5
"The giants out slugged the Mets to beat New York seven of five Kevin Johnson got the win he pitched five innings allowed five hits and three runs with seven strikeouts Brandon Crawford at four hits and Kris Bryant homered twice the Mets got a two run Homer from Jonathan V. R. but we're just one for seven with runners in scoring position rich hill went only three two thirds innings giving up six hits and two runs the loss dropped New York back to five hundred and R. three and a half games behind the Braves for first place in the National League east Riley Aung San Francisco
Wade’s 3-Run Homer Leads Giants to Fifth Straight Win
"The giants scored six runs in the fourth highlighted by a three run Homer from Lamont Wade junior as they pummeled the rocky seven nothing Alex Dickerson a Kirkus sell each with RBI doubles and starting pitcher Logan Webb added a run scoring single web scattered three hits over six scoreless innings striking out eight to get the win I think tempos a big thing for me tempo in attack when I do that well you know I I think I put myself in a pretty good position the Rockies have the worst road record in baseball at thirteen and forty three and have an ongoing franchise market being shut out fifteen times this season her mon Marquez took the loss he was shelled lasting just four innings giving up seven runs on seven hits Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco
"aung" Discussed on Grumpy OG’s
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Tesla Teases AI Day and Partnership With Famed Roboticist
"Let's talk about this news on. Ai day overnight. We got this tweet from dr dennis. Hong who is a professor at ucla and the founding director of their robotics and mechanisms laboratory. Anyway he tweeted out. This photo of some beautifully rendered computer hardware. Sang tusla a day. August nineteen twenty twenty one at palo alto california five. Pm pd so we had a date now. Looks like we also have a time and a location for ai. And we're left to speculate on what this hardware is and why dr hung is tweeting this out. Dr hong certainly enjoyed stirring up that speculation. He's got a number of tweets. Replies here as well as likes on other tweets that have encouraged speculation. I would say one of his first replies since that original tweet was to question asking if the ucla lab was now associated with tesla and fasd. Aung san can't say anything just yet with a couple of playful emojis at it. Of course we've seen tesla partner with academic labs in the past for research. Great example of that on the battery fronts being with jeff. Don somebody brought that arrangement up and reply and harm replied to that saying dot dot dot or something else dot dot dot blowing a kiss emoji if we dig back a little bit further we can actually see that this tweet that does have this photo rendered in. It isn't the first time he's talked about his involvement with tesla. It does go back a few days prior. So i found this tweet from july twenty ninth and it's in korean but it doesn't include another post from hong. I believe on a different social media platform. That's also in korean. So i translated the immature. But you can see hong talking about the secret project that he's involved in with tesla. Apparently there was supposed to be an announcement scheduled for the twelfth of august and that he's finding out via twitter that it's delayed till the nineteenth referencing eons tweet where he announced the date for at
Buehler, Dodgers Dominate 1st-Place Giants 8–0
"After losing the opener of the series the Dodgers redeem themselves thanks to a four run third inning in an eight nothing blowout of the giants Walker Buehler celebrated his twenty seventh birthday and improved to eleven and one on the season striking out eight over seven innings Max Muncy and AJ Pollock each had three hits Muncie with a two run double in the seventh and Cody Bellinger homered in the eighth giants pitcher Anthony DeSclafani was chased after only two and two thirds innings he surrendered six hits and four runs taking the loss Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco
"aung" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Right and we talked about it. Yesterday i had a bet with a friend of mine. He said all the media will be all over these rallies and they'll be all kinds of coverage because the media needs trump for ratings. I said nope they will ignore his rallies. They'll ignore his visit to the border. They'll ignore his speeches. And as i understand it. And i apologize that i i was on vacation so i kind of missed the coverage but we went back and i had my team check it out. There wasn't much much coverage of his speech in sarasota last. Was it last saturday night. Now that's the number. I've heard from a lot of people here. In the tampa bay saint pete sarasota area. Forty thousand forty thousand people went to see donald trump on a saturday night in sarasota florida. The other day. Joe biden couldn't draw forty people during the campaign. The guy that never left his basement and when he did leave his basement he had eleven people in a parking lot. Weekly honking their horns at him. You know the old remember those rally aung aung. He's stumbling around up there with a mask. On trump gets forty thousand people the other day. That's what democrats are afraid of. That's why they need to weaponize january six. That's why they're d platforming people like mike. Lindell my buddy mike. Lindell the found the inventor my pillow. What a great story..
"aung" Discussed on The AIB Show
"I find it to be an interesting scenario where we have Because of covid you're giving out money obviously and individuals to help them survive literally pay rent buy food etc not. It's three hundred bucks a week. I believe is what it is. Which is the extra dollar. So what they're doing in certain in certain states in twentieth so i is the number and the majority of the action of the majority of of those republican reseda or they are cutting the digital benefit allows individuals because the the thought processes that because there have been sedition benefit. They are not going back to work so by doing so. You're actually go back to work versus being lazy at home and the other states. Who aren't changing. This are continuing with this process by which expires september anyways. so begin. expires in september. Anyway it was happening right now. Is you have this colin Aung experiment with lives by the way. So these berman is hey ocean that didn't work or yet works now again. People's lives people's livelihood etc is related to the fact that this week is what's point to make break these individuals and we have to stop right which i find again very hilarious. Because one of the issues in texas specifically the the the the minimum texas seven thousand change seven thousand change so this Dollars the distance coming in whatever makes people above the minimum wage. I'm asking to think about anybody who spent money in anything right rent food. Whatever you're trying to tell me that your minimum wage is so low that additional benefit to help you quote unquote survive which we like. The bare minimum is above. What your minimum wages and the problem is not the minimum wage with the promise of i mean come on and then people go. Well you know we need. I can't find employees. Whatever it's hard for me is a businessman. We want to change his for business. Persons are gonna changes. Were as i get it. And i'm not gonna but y'all can just you know maybe increase the minimum wage right and i agree. It's not something i'm not saying. Go from seven to fifteen. But i mean make it even want to eight. You'd be better than what's happening now if you went to nine. Now fine you can't hire exponential month people That's actually progress by the way because you cannot not adjust the minimum wage overtime and assume birmingham be safe in. Oh we will in wasted right so that's kind of identity that annoys me and like you said it's it's not living wage Promised to is you get into that. What would you rather do kind of different tiers in terms of those who are collected unemployment choosing not to work because they can actually make it versus others who are older employed. Which sounds good right apo. It's actually a horrible thing. Meaning you have to work more than one job in order to just go work two three two three jobs. It is making entre after that. Not necessarily two or three little part time jobs where people have a fulltime job in half were just have a living wage so for them to because of the way things are this is i m frustrated to see. I understand the business for decide. But that's that's the problem with our capitalistic system. As it is now in a utopia capitalism is amazing. The way we have. Now it's just better than everything else that doesn't make it good. You know the lobbying influences with corruption things it just. Yeah it's a. I find it very interesting right any.
Myanmar's Suu Kyi Tells Lawyers Trial Testimony Against Her Is Wrong
"Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi tells lawyers testimony against her is fulls and whenever that the almighty did the one he did not give any secretary coming with missing with interest during the entire court hearing process and told us which testimony is wrong and which one should be cross examined the charges are relatively minor but if convicted could keep her from contesting new elections published by the minute tree within two years of its take other critics of the ruling junta safe the proceedings against suu kyi a politically motivated the meant to try to legitimize the military's seizure of power and discourage her I'm Charles Taylor this month
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi Appears Personally in Court
"Myanmar's leader. Aung san suu. Cheap has appeared in court in person for the first time since the military seized power on february. First michael sullivan reports from neighboring thailand. Her lawyer says the seventy five year old suci looked in good health and wished myanmar's health as well. He said her defense team was able to meet with her for about thirty minutes. Before the largely procedural hearing in the capital nippy suji faces several charges including violating the colonial era official secrets act. if convicted. She could be jailed for up to fourteen years so she has been in detention since the morning of the coup. Her supporters say. The charges against her are politically motivated aimed at keeping her from holding office in the future. The military justified its goo- by claiming massive fraud in the november twenty twenty election. Suci party won in a landslide
Lux Slam, Pitcher Urías 3 RBIs Send Dodgers Past Giants 11-5
"The Dodgers have won seven straight and swept the giants winning the finality eleven to five Julio Rios retired the first sixteen in a row pitching six innings giving up three hits two runs striking out ten improving to seven and one LA scored seven runs in the third highlighted by a grand slam from Gavin locks even when we're not at full strength we have a lot of really really really good players and their starting pitching has been unbelievable as well are bold and spent really good and and are about Spencer headed to the doctor the lineup giants pitcher Anthony DeSclafani with the worst outing of his career lasting just two one two thirds innings allowing nine hits and ten runs taking the loss the giants have dropped three straight and are third in the division two games behind the Padres for first place in the NL west Riley Aung San Francisco
Stephen Curry's Late 3 Lifts Warriors Past Jazz 119-116
"The warriors beat the best team in the league the jazz one nineteen one sixteen gold status three unknown at season ending six game homestand Stephan curry with thirty six points Jordan Poole added twenty off the bench and can base more at nineteen dream on green with twelve points and ten assists the loss ended a five game win streak for the jazz Jordan Clarkson with a game high forty one points and born to Donna which added twenty seven Riley Aung San Francisco
NASA's Mars helicopter takes flight, 1st for another planet
"NASA's Mars helicopter rose from the dusty red surface into the thin air Monday achieving the first powered controlled flight on another planet that included a performance mission control celebrates as the NASA ingenuity helicopters first mission passes with out a hitch the four pound eighty five million dollars solar powered copter climbed to ten feet and hovered for thirty seconds before descending speaking earlier this month project manager Mimi Aung said each world gets only one first flight this was the unwavering dream of our team ingenuity carried a piece of wing fabric from the Wright brothers plane and NASA is naming the area on Mars where it now is Wright brothers field I'm Julie Walker
Thought-Stream Meditation - Guided Meditation
"Begin this meditation by just finding yourself in a comfortable position remembering that when you meditate. It's not so much about the outer posture but rather the inner posture that you're cultivating here. And whether you're sitting down on a chair or lying down on the floor or on your bed just taking a moment to reflect on the only moment where your life is unfolding here in only here now and only right now and as you sit here i want you to imagine that your aung a nice bed of grass and it's a beautiful summer day and in front of you. You see the most beautiful and peaceful river and as you sit here you can feel that part of you that has been and always will be and you realize that in this moment that peaceful river you see in front of you is your mind containing all of the thoughts and the feelings that you experience from moment to moment in every moment of your life
Myanmar Coup: Aung San Suu Kyi Faces Fresh Charges
"Mazda. Pos leader aung sang suu. Chief faces fresh against her which could lead to have being imprisoned for up to fourteen years. Lawyers say this week. She was accused of breaking a secrets. Law dating back to the colonial era the charges for warning from u n special envoy that unless action is taken to calm the violent crackdown on protesters by the military hunter. A bloodbath is imminent gwen. Robinson is molecules. Bangkok correspondent t follows events in myanmar. Very classy grand. Good morning good afternoon. Good afternoon good to have you with. Just could you just recap the charges that aung san suu cheese now facing well. It's a variety The the initial ones were very You know baffling trivial including you know illegal possession of walkie-talkies and And then they were adding Other charges which seemed to be including very weirdly worded In spreading fear and alone under this As you mentioned the colonial-era law so it's not a hundred percent. Clear that the detail of held it charging or characterizing fear and alarm and how to see how she can spread fear big locked up in ninety dole with very little no exist to the world but these are the judges that the second set of challenges that we're announced on monday Actually carry a prison terms of up to fourteen whereas the previous ones were only three but actually rather academic because it's very clear that they the to is determined to you know throw everything they can to and Locker
Myanmar junta frees hundreds held for anti-coup protests
"My my state TV says over six hundred people imprisoned for protesting last month's coup have been released it's the first apparent gesture by the military to try to placate the protest movement witnesses outside Insein prison in young console busloads of mostly young people looking happy was some flashing the three finger gesture of defiance adopted by protesters the prisoners appear to be the hundreds of students detained in early March while demonstrating against the Fabry first coupe that ousted the elected government of Aung San Suu Kyi I'm sorry I. Shockley
"aung" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Our elections. Cyber attacks Poisonous citizens are over. We will not hesitate to raise the cost on Russia and defend our vital interest in our people. And We will be more effective in dealing with Russia. When we work in coalition In coordination with other like minded partners. Political motivated jailing from Alexey Navalny. Russian efforts to suppress freedom of expression and peaceful assembly. Our matter of deep concern to us and the international community. Mr Navalny, like all Russian citizens is entitled to his rights under the Russian Constitution. He's been targeted. Targeted for exposing corruption. He should be released immediately and without condition. Biden's comments on Russia coming as you had asserted abroad reset of American foreign policy, including reversing Trump's order to withdraw U. S troops stationed in Germany. Ending support for Saudi Arabia is military offensive in Yemen and promising to support LGBT Q rights as a cornerstone of diplomacy. The U. N. Security Council strongly back to return to democracy in Myanmar and has called for the immediate release of Aung Sung Souci and all those arbitrarily detained in the coup and its first statement on the military's ouster of the government, The U. S most powerful body stressed the need to uphold democratic institutions. And, uh, democratic institutions and processes. The members of the Security.
"aung" Discussed on AP News
"Justin Diamond will forever be known as screech. He appeared and saved by the bell from 1989 to 90 93. He also appeared in its spin offs. Beyond that, diamond appeared on celebrity reality shows dealt with money issues, wrote a tell all book and was sentenced to four months in jail and 2015 for his part in a Wisconsin barroom stabbing. Margie Szaroleta. This is AP News. A new study says the corona virus pandemic and racial justice protests each played a role in an increase in killings in 2020, the National Commission on Covert 19 and Criminal Justice, along with Arnold Ventures looked at crime rates in 34 cities. There was a 30% spike in homicides compared to 2019, the study's lead author says the pandemic forced police officers off the streets. Keeping them from interacting with the community. Homicides rose in 29 of the 34 cities studied. The increase was steepest after the death by police of George Floyd in Minneapolis. I'm Ed Donahue in Mia Martha military is staged a coup detaining leaders, including Nobel laureate Aung Sun Souci, military television announced. A senior general will be in charge for a year. Adding that the takeover was necessary because of alleged election fraud. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News The company went public with their relationship in 2007 at the time. Manson was 38 years old and Wood was half his age. They were engaged in 2010 but broke up soon after that wood who is now 33 says in her Instagram post that her relationship with Manson After brainwashed and manipulated into submission. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Did.
"aung" Discussed on WTOP
"Unified Communications will evaluate the effectiveness of the city's 911 operations against national standards. It will also quote evaluate. Oh, you see culture and training. And look at the agency's internal investigations of past incidents of final report will be made public meal log unstained Wtl Pinos. President Biden is threatening sanctions on me and Mara after a weekend coup and is promising to defend democracy around the world. Beyond Mars military staged a coup and detained senior politicians over the weekend, including Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Key. CBS foreign correspondent Remy Inocencio has more from Beijing. While much of the world might have been shocked by Myanmar's military coup, people I managed to speak to in the country told me they weren't really surprised The junta last week didn't rule it out as an option to counter what it claimed election fraud in last November's parliamentary polls. That is when the party of Aung San Suu chief won in a landslide against the military backed party. The takeover came the morning the country's new parliament session was to begin, according Moscow find the wife of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny 265 Bucks for violating protest regulations. Julia novel, Naya had attended the demonstration in the capital to demand her husband's release from jail. Tens of thousands of people protest it across Russia's 11 time zones yesterday, demanding police free navalny. President Vladimir Putin's fiercest critic. It's 4 43 and a wistful melody is arising in the world of entertainment shadow of your smile. When you are God 18 time. Grammy winning singer Tony Bennett has Alzheimer's disease. AARP magazine says the 94 year old was diagnosed back in 2016, but the family kept it private until now, Despite Bennett's decline, his wife, Susan Benedetto tells CBS this morning music still plays a major role in his life. He's not in any pain, and that's why he doesn't think anything's wrong with him. He's like Susan. Nothing hurts. I feel great, You know, he works out five times a week. He sings twice a week with the pianist that comes over and its wife suggests he's singing as a blessing because the disease it's largely silenced and still him. But at the sound of the piano, Tony Bennett rises up to sing with perfect pitch in a parent. He's 4 44 to show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a soap opera star gracious Me, My color has storm.
"aung" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
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"aung" Discussed on KCRW
"More information is available. It Sy Syms Foundation daughter work. It's 5 46 It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin. We're going to redirect our focus for a few minutes and talk about another election. The one happening in the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar this weekend. It's the second election since the military transferred absolute power in 2011 Michael Sullivan reports from Bangkok. Unlike the US election, this one really isn't in doubt. A second term for Aung Sung Soo Ji's National League for Democracy. It's almost a foregone conclusion that the day will get back in for a variety of reasons, most of which is on Sansa cheese undiminished domestic popularity. David Matheson is an independent political analyst based in Myanmar's largest city and gone Phil Robertson is deputy Asia director for Human Rights Watch science coochie in the National League for Democracy government were elected in a landslide 2015, including with ethnic votes, because it was expected that they would represent everybody But increasingly, what we're seeing is she is primarily interested just in the ethnic Berman's comprise 65% of the voters, the majority of whom were okay with Myanmar's military, launching its brutal campaign against the Muslim minority Rohingya in 2017. Which led roughly 750,000 Rohingya to flee to neighboring Bangladesh. It also led to charges of genocide against Myanmar at a U. N tribunal at The Hague last year. Aung San Souci went to The Hague toe personally lead Myanmar's defense. She stood up for nation race and religion, not for the army, but for nation race and religion. That's Mary Callahan, another Yangon based analyst and associate professor of international studies at the University of Washington. She notes. Discrimination against the Rohingya continues in this election, with a vast majority barred from voting. Richard Horsey wrote the latest international crisis group report on this election. They weren't allowed to vote in the last election in 2015, either, so that group has been disenfranchised, and that's part of the systematic denial of citizenship. And they're not the only ones disenfranchised. Last month, the election Commission canceled voting in several conflict areas home toe, large minority populations, and if minority parties in general failed to win enough seats, says Mary Callahan. It's not clear what happens next. Maybe it means for some they give up on it all and just decide armed resistance is the only answer. Especially for young people who will wonder why they've been bothering with a system that really doesn't serve them at all. A system where Myanmar's mainly Buddhist Berman military still wields enormous power. Whoever wins the ballot, the military will be there. Richard Horsey says. That's because the military drafted constitution. Sets aside 25% of the seats in Parliament for the military plus control of three security ministries. So this is some form of military civilian cohabitation, regardless of election results. And then there's the covert pandemic that hit Myanmar late but hard in September. Straining a rudimentary health care system and forcing widespread lockdowns, including in the commercial capital, Yangon, do it down, But on songs, which he insists the elections proceed, telling people in a nationally televised address that the government would do its best to ensure their safety of polling places, and for all its shortcomings, says Richard Horsy, this election still matters. The fact that my camera's shifted from decades of military dictatorship to an electoral system decide in government is fantastic. Andi something we would have had difficulty to imagine, even 10 years for NPR news. I'm Michael.
"aung" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Down percent now shame on Aung Khant anyone down over percent Germany down about point six percent but no way to tell different signals on the market it takes all day I mean Johnson and Johnson and Abbott labs are going to have one heck of a day because they both have medical breakthroughs without breakthroughs this weekend that proves that freedom generally in America specifically as a helluva kick contract terms that is that's my favorite favorite part of this weekend on meet the press was whatever I was able to clear this cut number sixteen what this is the time when I think someone like you or others would be saying you know the president needs to go get a a for a retired general member general honore Russel honore he ran down in the Gulf area it feels like there needs to be a take charge personality here when it comes to this procurement issue why I think the take charge personality Chuck is in fact the president I'm very impressed with the president Eugene isn't I'm very impressed with Andrew Cuomo I'm very impressed with Gavin Newsom I'm very impressed with Mike to wind the people I'm not impressed with I'm not going to spend time slamming I'm impressed with people who are exhibiting strong leadership they're not always going to be right but I also like the fact the person I'm most impressed with most Americans one of her death Benny Gantz he is the Israeli political leader who stepped back and lay down his ambitions to serve the common good in Israel and join Benjamin Netanyahu and the government I think that's the moment we're in where people have to lay aside their partisan differences and work and I must say vice president Biden really impressed me by modeling the best answer most people can get I don't have the information to answer the question you asked Chuck I thought what about Mr vice president if you get out of the question don't don't shoot from the hip by I think most people need to hear that message and I think most people need to read my column at The Washington Post on on the program the president is considering about the moral equivalent of war bonds in World War two eighty nine million Americans bought a hundred and eighty five billion dollars worth of bonds which is about two point four trillion in real dollars right now we need to be able to do the same to invest in the bill we just passed in phase five six seven eight and I'm hoping secretary Mnuchin the president go forward with it I really am I asked president Obama and president George W. bush to lead it I like them president Obama as George W. bush and Bill in the lead Haiti relief and as president George W. bush says his dad and Bill Clinton to lead tsunami relief that's what the highest and best use of former presidents is for is to lead nationally important internationally necessary.
"aung" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
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"Want to build something and build something, great, you have to do it in things around things that people actually want to do, and enjoy and want to be a part of, and you have to accept the fact that these things, will they reach and they touch, and they're valuable music valuable in art is valuable. There are two stories to, if you will, the first is about the nonsense song, old town road, old town road is a nonsense song mill nauseous. It was a nonsense song. When it was just him. It was a nonsense Aung when he did it with Billy Ray Cyrus. It's nonsense on. It's just I don't understand it. Why is there a horse wise taking it somewhere? Why is it in the back? I don't get it. I don't have to get the song is crazy, popular and crazy, popular around kids. Four kids, the song is just absolutely nuts. And one of the things that's happening. Is that? Well, it's getting used in a way to help kids with autism. Whoa. That is a kid. The videos posted on on Twitter. Non. Verbal autistic. Non verbal autistic. But that songs in his head. Anything? There are stories constantly about Alzheimer's patients who can't remember what happened five minutes ago, but music they can sing along to every note they know every word it stays in the head. And it's not just old town road. There was in Boston. The orchestra's the hand on Hayden society. There's a concert going on in Boston. They were playing. I think I know what, what the they were playing Mozart's my sonic funeral music and this happened..
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"Aung stalled reproductive Healthcare Act means greater access to abortions in quantum passed in New York. But also one in California, Rhode Island for Mont main. These are local bills that are trying to shore up access to abortion advocates say the measure is needed in New York in the event that supreme court overturns Roe v. Wade, these lure states are, are saying, maybe we wanna have something proactive or defensive on the books to codify access to abortion, you and I talked about the Republican politics of abortion potential breaks with within the party over the Alabama law. Where does this moment put Democrats because it seemed like something where if you're running for the democratic nomination you were expected to be on those steps. Right. I think this is a very unifying moment for Democrats right now, even those Democrats from the middle of the country who've tried to stake out a moderate lane in a crowded twenty twenty presidential primary. They've been showing zero hesitation to stand with those that are pushing for abortion access in this moment. They're gonna take women's health care backward and are. Are not. And I think part of that is just because of how severe they think those laws were that were passed in Alabama and the lake. So they don't agree on every abortion thing, they disagree that the Alabama laws should not be along. Exactly, if you were to go in a super deep die to have a really nuanced conversation about the ins and outs of every facet of possible abortion access. I think you'd probably get a wide range of answers among some Democrats, for example, I asked in Clova char and, and mayor Pete buddhis-, whether there's room for prolife.
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"I'm David green. And I made Martin in me, and mar to journalists who had been in prison for doing their jobs are now free while loan and Chaucer who've were arrested in December of twenty seventeen while they were investigating the killing of ten row, Hindu, Muslim, men and boys. That report earned them the Pulitzer prize awarded just this past April while on spoke after his release today. Thank you. I'm really happy. I can't wait to school might use. Right. I can't wait to go to his newsroom joining us. Now is Los Angeles Times reporter shankman. Golly. He's been covering the story from Singapore. Thanks for being with us this morning. Good morning, Michelle. So these reporters were imprisoned for five hundred days. Why? Now, why are they being released in this moment? Well, it's interesting. Aung San Suu Chee who is the leader of the government the Nobel prize winner, former icon of democracy had multiple chances to let these men go free. In fact, as recently as last month. The supreme court denied their final appeal their convictions for violating a century old secrets law that they were convicted under. So there's been so much crusher and up until this morning. The government had steadfastly refused to bend to that pressure. But the released today signals that pressure can have an impact even on on this government. How how's the release going over in? Myanmar are the people responding. Well, it's certainly been a joyous day for Wallonia Chaucer who for their families, both of them have wives and young daughters and fact while loons daughter was born while he was in prison. And his Reuters colleagues, of course, have been thrilled to have him back. There been you know, lots of happy selfie center around. It's been a very, you know, just a wonderful moment for for the journalists. There are concerned about how they're going to be received in broader society. This is still a country. That's majority Buddhist the crimes that these reported on the massacre of Rohingya civilians, this is a ethnic minority group that is widely detested by a lot of majority Burmese Buddhists people in Myanmar. And a lot of people after they were convicted chose to go on Facebook and social media and called them, traitors and said that they have betrayed their Buddhist roots and things like that. So there is not a lot of support inside the more for their reporting. It'll be another struggle for them. Now that they're out of jail to see how they're received back in society. Right. I mean, do you think they're released will say any kind of precedence? For other critics critics of the government who are currently imprisoned or is this just so exceptional because of the international pressure. Well, this case early exceptional. It's worth noting that under on sense Chee. Her government has seen large numbers of dissidents. Critics activists even artists and performers arrested for things like, you know, satire against the government of participating in protests. So there are a large number dozens we believe of activists were still behind bars, this amnesty does nothing to reverse their conviction. It does nothing to change the fact that they are still remained criminals in the eyes of the man, mar a legal system. It seems like this is a one time case involving these journalists and the implications for other dissidents really remains DC LA times reporter shank Bengali, he joins us via Skype. Thanks so much. Thank you. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. And you're listening to morning edition on KCRW. Now this from KCRW news, Elliot city attorney has filed civil lawsuit against two large national tax preparation companies HR block and Intuit the company behind turbo. Tax.
"aung" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women
"So they're panicked. And the work culture has sent them life messages that they are becoming obsolete or they're out of date or their energy level is too low. Oh, and it's really scary. Because once they've adopted these life messages as truth instead of what they are in that's truly assumption. They start to play to the outcome that they expect. They don't take risks they'll under perform they won't innovate. They try and play it safe in the longer. They do that the worse. It gets and the less employable, they become okay? So I wanna unpack a whole bunch of things you said there. So this is despite regardless of whether they actually are energetic and innovative. And I mean, nobody would ever accuse you, and I who I think I can safely say are over forty for example of being low energy, right? So. Are you saying that these people are buying into messages in the culture that anybody over forty is useless and on the downhill or are you saying that regardless of who they are? They're they're setting aside who they know themselves to be in favour of adopting a stereotype. No, I think that I actually think and I hire people in this age group, and I work with a lot of people in this age group. I actually think that this age group is quite adaptable. And that's why I like to work with them and work coincide with them. I believe though that they the, oh, it's not so much. People will come to me and say, what do I need to do? And it's not what you need to do. It's who you are in the process. So we can be an I have technical things that we can talk about those later that you can do to keep yourself current in the workforce. But it's also a mindset a mindful mindset that we want to adopt. That is timeless, and as you said ageless, so that we are not seeing ourselves with a stereotype which could be age for some people at could be that they think they're too young. Aung some people may think that they're not educated enough. Some people think may think that they're not attractive enough for leadership role, whatever that mindset is. We wanna make sure that it's open and strategic and we can be strategic, but if we're strategic without being open it ends up being more of the treadmill to nowhere. I'm trying. I'm trying I'm trying not getting anywhere. I'm not getting anywhere. So when you say, I love this. So we're back to self talk again, which I've talked about a lot and written about and is a key component of my book. But it's it's what you're telling yourself about what's happening to you. In other words, if you get if you apply for promotion or an assignment or a new job in you get turned down if you say to yourself. Oh, it's because they think onto old or they think it's before I think it's because I'm a woman or. Because I'm ex then that's your conditioning yourself of what to believe don't know that to be true. They never tell you the truth. So you don't really know. And you bring up a very good point because option people in this age range have not been on an interview in a very long time. So they don't prepare for the interview the way that people are interviewing today, and they go into the interview. Unprepared. And then when you're not prepared and you have to fumble through the answers while you're there you end up feeling as as if you weren't enough and that is just. Dreadful
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"Position leader Aung. He recently held an event in the city of Valencia part of an expected national tour to galvanize his support. After frenetic few months. Many are growing impatient. And asking what comes next where are we heading? It's a difficult question. But I think that any solution in Venezuela revolves around three different pillars. Professor Michael Penfold of the a university in Connecticut says the opposition has actually made considerable progress insta- symbol this country. Is that a point where it needs to recover its basic institutions they've needs to recover governability? It needs basic political cooperation on to access international financing in order to stabilize an economy. That is struggling with hyper inflation, this has to go back to the vote. We need to go back and solve this conflict, democratically. And that's a real challenge. That's not easy where the change comes fire election or takeover scores of small picturesque towns. Cocoa Monday, Eric. Wanting to light in poverty without tourism without power and increasingly without hope. Will grant reporting in Venezuela. A museum in the state of Connecticut is being trying to determine whether Van Gogh painting. They've had in their collection for over sixty years is real, but as Peter Goffin reports they've made a startling discovery. They thought they might have a genuine vanguard. It turned out that technically they have to since nineteen fifty seven the Wadsworth Thenia museum of art has had a still life titled vase with poppies that they believed may have been produced by the legendary Dutch artist, but a German van goch expert raised doubts about the poppies authenticity back in nine hundred ninety and the Athenian has kept the work off display ever since nearly thirty years on the museum decided to find out once and for all whether the piece is legitimate using technology that wasn't available when the painting was acquired and while taking special x Ray and infrared images of the peace. They found pretty compelling. Evidence of connection to Vincent van goch? An apparent self portrait of the man himself. Painted on the canvas then painted over. With the flowers further analysis of the materials and style led the van goch museum in Amsterdam to say vase with poppies is without a doubt authentic. The Athenian will put the painting back on display next month. And they've already tweeted the X Rayed image of a self portrait that van goch thought would never be seen. Peter Goffin reporting a main headline rescuers working through the night of the coast of no wait where more than thousand people remain stranded on a cruise ship in trouble on stormy seas. You'll get more on the global news podcast where you're from. But for me look Jones in the newsroom, that's it. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the US is made possible.
"aung" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
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"Vast majority of workers are women the uncertainty over their livelihoods comes at a time. When many joining trade unions to win a better deal as Myanmar. Correspondent Nick beak has been finding out. This is what long hours low pay and few workers rights create the makers of young gun found their voice. They marched past a huge portrait of the country civilian leader, Aung San Suu on their way to city hall to protest, but when Ted Tosh way a union official arranged a strike at her garment factory that were consequences. Not these hard stocks turned up and the Bossi's handed over IM pipes, and they started to beat the workers. I was injured and there were others who's an hands were broken. And their heads were cats nine EMA Lucy. I'm your twenty five year old makes clothes for German supermarket. Myanmar's garment export industry generates about two billion US dollars a year. Not that the workers seem much of the prophets. They earn about three dollars a day. The powerful foreign bosses doing. Well. We've traveled to the outskirts of Yangon this is line Thia township. And we've come here because we've been told about another factory again Chinese-owned whether workers have just gone on strike and in front of us. There were probably forty fifty workers sitting on the floor all of them women. They're under a makeshift tents, providing some sort of shelter from the scorching sun. We're just going to pop.