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The story of Australia and the internet

This Week In Google

02:23 min | 7 months ago

The story of Australia and the internet

"So just to recap long tawdry story of australia and the internet so rupert murdoch who is of course australian and i you know kind of coincidentally also six hundred. He is the Well he's pretty is pretty burs very close very close. Who's love journalism refusal. He started it was his first newspaper. Australian i know he is yes yes he inherited from his father. Oh okay from kevin murdoch. And then he bought sun in brittany brought. Some venture eventually ended up in a battle with with robert maxwell and one that the sun but he built his empire first austrailia and of course now the wall street journal fox He is your post. The times of london does on a media. Baron and apparently has quite a bit of clinton loss in australia. Because he yeah. He convinced the australian parliament to consider a bill which was likely by the way to be Voted on this week and pass that would essentially Establish a link tax to companies like google and facebook co published news snippets. They would not the the value. The sent to newspapers and magazines would not be a compensated. Any way it merely the fact that they're using the content some small amount of that content in their search results or in their links That the parliament said well. We're going to say you got pay for that. Google is the first to capitulate first threatening. We're gonna we're gonna retract search. We're gonna if this passes. We're going to leave australia. Apparently they didn't either didn't work or they didn't. They lost their nerve. Because shortly thereafter they made a deal for paying some unnamed some to murdoch and other publishers thought to be fairly hefty amount of money tens of millions of dollars to the benjamins tens not hundreds tents. All right well but a two platforms times ten times five years or something. It adds up. Buddy was one of those deals where there's a face-saving going on as well because oh we're going to work together we're gonna create stuff. It's going to be a joint venture that kind of thing that i've just here go away. Take some money which is what it really probably is

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

06:06 min | 9 months ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport in some of this was the society Some of this was just trying to salvage events and put some some money in player's pockets. But i do really hope that. This spirit of enterprise. We can do things a little bit different than we break some models. We can defy conventional wisdom. We can try and shift dates around if miami has to be played for one year in the middle east so be it and if indian wells gets moved to october and everybody stops in the desert on their way to from china so be it. I hope that this is one of the legacy of this. This unhappy year is that tennis has a lot more liability and is a lot. More nibble has the job of its flexibility on the court. It can do the splits. And i do think that if any good comes out of this year apart from what you say that the emergence of team was great. And i always talk then. Profes- mitch there was. There was really howard moments on court. But i do think to me one of the great sort of i hope. Enduring legacies of this horrible year is a tennis has proven that it's a lot more nimble than than perhaps we thought. Perhaps it bought So i guess we'll sort of you know against a lot of we can use that to transition to twenty twenty one. There are still a lot of unanswered questions about the schedule about rankings about where the tokyo olympics factor into the this year. That's already growing complicated but I do think there was a real spirit of cooperation in our ingenuity video of enterprise. Haven't always seen in tennis

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

06:06 min | 9 months ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport in some of this was the society Some of this was just trying to salvage events and put some some money in player's pockets. But i do really hope that. This spirit of enterprise. We can do things a little bit different than we break some models. We can defy conventional wisdom. We can try and shift dates around if miami has to be played for one year in the middle east so be it and if indian wells gets moved to october and everybody stops in the desert on their way to from china so be it. I hope that this is one of the legacy of this. This unhappy year is that tennis has a lot more liability and is a lot. More nibble has the job of its flexibility on the court. It can do the splits. And i do think that if any good comes out of this year apart from what you say that the emergence of team was great. And i always talk then. Profes- mitch there was. There was really howard moments on court. But i do think to me one of the great sort of i hope. Enduring legacies of this horrible year is a tennis has proven that it's a lot more nimble than than perhaps we thought. Perhaps it bought So i guess we'll sort of you know against a lot of we can use that to transition to twenty twenty one. There are still a lot of unanswered questions about the schedule about rankings about where the tokyo olympics factor into the this year. That's already growing complicated but I do think there was a real spirit of cooperation in our ingenuity video of enterprise. Haven't always seen in tennis

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

05:13 min | 9 months ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport in some of this was the society Some of this was just trying to salvage events and put some some money in player's pockets. But i do really hope that. This spirit of enterprise. We can do things a little bit different than we break some models. We can defy conventional wisdom. We can try and shift dates around if miami has to be played for one year in the middle east so be it and if indian wells gets moved to october and everybody stops in the desert on their way to from china so be it. I hope that this is one of the legacy of this. This unhappy year is that tennis has a lot more liability and is a lot. More nibble has the job of its flexibility on the court. It can do the splits.

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Five Storylines for 2021

Beyond The Baseline

04:27 min | 9 months ago

Five Storylines for 2021

"Everyone on. Your sports illustrated tennis. Podcasts are last ten of being ear. Jbl joining me. We already dispensed awards handed out Various honors we toasted these six players. Who won majors in two thousand twenty in this crazy year. We have good farewell to the bryan brothers. We lamented strangeness of this rotation around the sun we have looked forward to twenty twenty one. So let's just kind of do it all out rap. Jamie how are you. How goes in your parts. Are you dusted with snow. As we are here in new york it is a little bit more than a dusting here but We are warm inside staring. It's still coming down but we are. We are all good here. I can always tell the rhythm of tennessee's in based on knows a press releases. I'm sent in when there are no tournaments On the calendar when they're no match is being played They tend to get to increasingly distant for tennis itself. It's been a while since. I've gotten a press release about An actual tournament result or a match result. So let's let's just kind of take final inventory of twenty twenty one twenty two twenty then spinning forward to Twenty twenty one. Are there any any sort of enduring memory. You're doing capsule late straight year in in in one image. What would it be in one image. That is hard. I would say if that was the case in an empty an empty stadium. An empty arena. But i think i think for me you did this a little bit in your mouth but i kind of have to agree with you that feel like all in all a twenty twenty was terrible of course across the board but for china's i do think that sport distinguish itself in many ways in. I think that for a lot of the players that you know we have been talking about for years now It was really nice to see a lot of those players breakthrough in different ways. I think of course dominic. Thiem you know had finally won his first major and you know he had a really strong year across the board You know twenty seven years old finally gets to his high ranking. Gets that major. And you know it's all done at that first ornament back first major nine only osaka of course who not only is her major haul here but then she found her voice and you know use it and use it well and i think You know we can talk a little bit more about her but you have severe kenan against him. Thank someone who we talked about. Who is young and she. You know kind of proved again that she is here and you know she's twenty twenty two years old but her first major win was not a fluke and the list goes on. I think again. These are players that we've been talking about and it was good to see them all breakthrough re cement themselves and kind of redefine their careers This year in twenty twenty such important year for everyone. I can give you my My off-court analog to that I think we're all waiting to see which of these changes are stopgap in that means in life and not just a tennis We which of these are going to be a new way of life so our zoom good replace office and are we all going to be enjoying outdoor dining going forward and how much of this is just Emergency measure it. How much this heart and into our new reality. And i think at tennis we have the same thing that we haven't had a lot of match results I'm glad you hit on the ones we did. And i did have some really good tennis but i think a lot of the discussion has been about. How do we broadcast sport. How do we travel the australian open falsifying dough high then charter private planes for everyone to then quarantine them austrailia. And we have events moving. And we've experimented with different formats for tennis and i think if any good has come out of this year it has been that tennis has finally decided to innovate to cooperate. It's not always been perfect. But i think there's a real sort of spirit of enterprise it hasn't always been around the sport

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Three Weeks Until Britain Leaves The EU And What Needs To Happen

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:36 min | 10 months ago

Three Weeks Until Britain Leaves The EU And What Needs To Happen

"At the very real risk of causing listeners to drop abruptly dead with boredom and irritation brexit apparently down to the wire in the loss ditch behind the last chance saloon not the eleventh hour with the clock ticking deafeningly etc ad infinitum three weeks from now the uk will have exited the transition period and be entirely out of the eu. But we still don't know on what if any terms it is said that absolutely everything must definitely be sorted out for certain by sunday but we have heard this once or twice or several dozen times before. I'm joined with more on this bilateral price former director of communications at ten downing street Let's first of all to the field of political communications. Boris johnson as we heard the top of the show says a strong possibility of no deal. Is he lowering expectations before coming home. Brandishing some sort of bogus triumph. Or is he actually lowering expectations. Well is definitely a lowering expectations of there being a deal. So that will all talk about how often it would be if there's no deal and he can then Wave flag come whatever day. It is won't be sunday but whatever it is and say actually. We clinched victory from the jaws defeat. We gotta deal. Is this brilliant. And it's nothing like as bad as you will vote. Who's going to be will still be dreadful. It'll still be a very bad prospect for the united kingdom in all sorts of ways but nothing like as bad as the no deal what he likes to pretend is in australia which it is and which would be absolutely catastrophic. Ns malcolm turnbull. The film started. Prime minister was saying on the television last night. Even australia doesn't like the australian deal. Are we then looking at a classic from the populist playbook then you create crisis pretend to have solved crisis and then claim credit. Pretty much You you you create barriers to deal which he certainly been doing and has been doing that all the way through. And but at the end of the day if true to form which is what did over the withdrawal agreement which put us into position the at the moment during this kind of interim period just as he did then he caved at the last minute maid not massive concessions to the other countries of the european union in order to get that withdrawal agreement over the line and unless he's prepared to take not only the the huge economic hit to the uk economy but also the massive political hit to his own authority as a result failing to secure a deal and this is prepared to accept all of that that. I still think he's gonna come back with the deal. What do you make all of australia style. Though as an example of political salesmanship of main speaking as destroyed on trying to take it as a compliment but does boris. Johnson assumed that there's some sort of subliminal association between australia and sunshine and vast skies and amusing hoping animals. Yeah i think pretty much the he is. Because of course you could describe it as i said on your program and down to go as the nepalese deal although zimbabwean deal or whatever any other country that only operates under world trade organization rules. He calls it australian australian style deal. So people will think austrailia right. You know we have been there. We we certainly know that the country seems to get along. Fine service okay for them. It might be okay for us completely ignoring the fact that we are totally different economy with a totally different level of penetration to the european market and as mentioned a few minutes ago even the australians. Like what he calls in australia and deal. That said might there be part of boris johnson. Thinking i mean alive though he may be to the potentially dire consequences of no deal. If he's thinking about this brutally politically he owes his position certainly owes his majority substantially to that base voters. Who really won't be happy until we've up the channel tunnel and who would regard any deal as some sort of betrayal and might he be thinking of them and also thinking that the people who wanna deal aren't the kind of people who are going to vote for him anyway. well hostile. He isn't he of those people which is why he's seeking right way to the very very bitter end which were not yet is trying to persuade those people that he is the biggest brexit in the room he will out brexit any of them. He'll be absolutely fervent in his determination to stand up for produce suffering j. and stick tiffany's is up to the european union and just as they would like him to do so that he minimizes the scale factor from them. Come the deal when it does come over. They'll still be a bit of squealing and effectively. Sort of makes them impotent. They can't do anything about it because they were at a time to think about it. They'll be absolutely no possibility of reworking. The deal that he comes forward with and so he's he's got an eye to them the whole time but he's also got an eye to the public as a whole. They are a minority within a minority. The real hard line. Brexit is of kind of ra minority within a minority. He's going to have to fly to general election sometime what he's going to need to show that he's kept the union together. I mean it would be a massive threat to the union whether to breed no deal the union with scotland and the rest of the united kingdom. And he's got to show that his government is competent and capable of delivery on but it says it will deliver. He said he would deliver a deal. It would be a gift to the labor opposition and secure stom- if he fails to do so and all the consequences of no deal all the economic consequences that we've talked about so many times in board our listeners to death with over over past months and years would be at his door. I just simply don't think that that political risk is worth taking in order to be the hero of a bunch of people. Who frankly i'm going to go you did intimate earlier in this conversation. However that you didn't think they would be a deal by sunday so if not by sunday then by win because december thirty first is not far away yet. Well it did it start. It does have to be by december thirty first if that is the absolute deadline that you can't you can't calendar december thirty first comes off after sympathetic and comes before january first and that's just a fact but it doesn't have to be by sunday even if you look at for stunts on the sediment alert delay. Who said that. They say that by sunday. They need to know whether it's possible to get a deal not to actually have the deal now if you may remember the back in july. That was the deadline. When boris johnson said we had to know whether it was possible to get a deal. And if you wanted no deal then we could all be ready for business could be ready for it. We could have got along that path if that was the party wanted. All of that says to me that that isn't the party wants. So when does it have to come. It has to come by the last week. In december the european parliament think has indicated that they would be prepared to sit between christmas and the new year as they have to ratify ahead of time british. Mp's could be cooled back to the house of commons screaming In order to do the same. So and the absolute deadline. It's literally you know days before the end of the year loans prize. Thank you as always. We will doubtless have more from you on that subject. In coming days and weeks

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Review: The Crown Season 4

Ringer Dish

07:25 min | 10 months ago

Review: The Crown Season 4

"Let's move on onto the crown. It's been about ten days most people who loved the crowd. I think we're done with the season. Sadly one of the season five do you know now for two years. Yeah because they filmed the two seasons together together usually with the cast. Because i think it's easier on production and then also with the cova of it all. I don't know when they will be able to start production so that there was a two year break between seasons two and three and i think there'll be more to your break. Who will you miss the most which actor being extremely honest. It's going to be joshua crowder for. I really am what a monster charles becomes in the second half of season four. And what an effect josh o'connor still has me. It's really quite something. I said this via text by the scene episode austrailia when they do the kind of the ballroom dance for the show which is a real event. I've seen a lot of side. By sides of the they got the close. Perfectly matched was so charming. I don't understand why all men don't learn how to dance ballroom dance because it was like ninety seconds and i'm sold completely infatuated. He can do whatever just absolutely despicable entitled selfish things. He wants to do for the rest of the season. And i'm like oh but this guy really charming. It's it's pretty sad. What happened with him and his family. Don't you think how about the australia episode again. Catch the chris ryan on the watch. Yes i thought it was effective. My i don't wanna say my struggle. Let me just say season for masterpiece. Love the show love all four seasons. Great great television will watch again. Can't wait it. This is a show about the crown. And honor show about princess diana and i know that intellectually but i hid obviously been waiting for the diana's season my whole life that sometimes i wanted a little bit more diana or just like there is a lot more to be told obviously it would be told from her perspective and it would just be a different show so i i hate criticism when they're like the show. Were another show. The australia episode was. I thought a very well done like condensation of the entire diana phenomenon into one also and in reality that like happened over a span of years and the up stage effect and everything that they kinda that they illustrate was was very real but develops over time. And it's like the media plays more of a role. And i think there is like a lot more stuff between charles and diana and you know there's all this stuff with What's going on with diana and her believe me and her family is shown and handled pretty sensitively but not always developed from her side. If that makes any sense yeah. I think if you also you read about her her mental health struggles were like it. Very extensive and it was went beyond believe me and i thought that like it was handled well but also like i think it's worth noting that there is also many other episodes throughout her life or at least heard adult life. Yeah exactly and i understand why because they are as loop says in the very last scene of the season. This is a show about one woman. And it's not diana it's about elizabeth and it's about that institution so and you could do one hundred episodes of the eighties in the uk. Like there's so much going on. So i understand the choices that they had to make narrative in order to fit it all in and i thought it did paint a like a pretty thorough picture. But i'm always gonna want more. I just really didn't care for her monologue on the plane about the baby. Not that i thought it was like. I'm not like she's wrong but i just thought that was like emigrants were seen. I was just like this is working for me. But i thought that the stuff with charles's was pretty good. Yeah i think. I continue to think. I'm a porn is like astonishing and i've been thinking a lot about what you said about how you're not a the huge a fan but that the performance kind of stuck out to you and i get and i think that that is really perceptive and for me kinda part of what makes it work. I don't want to say it's like intention early. But diana did not fit in to this family. It was like different energy. A different vibe. And there's a great line in the queen. Which is the peter morgan. movie about. Princess princess diana's death and the week after it. Which i recommend starring helen mirren great stuff as sort of like great crown prerequisite or if he also available on netflix. Right now justify But the character in the queen says you have to remember that there. Diana are diana or two completely different people. And i think the performance captures a lot of that and like the scene. Went diana's trying to hug the queen and they're they're talking at each other and it's not just that they have philosophical emotional differences but they just come from different worlds. they have different emotions different energies. It's like total total mismatch. And that's definitely part of the problem. So when she is making her stands are expressing her. Diana s. sometimes it's really heartbreaking and sometimes are like what are you doing. This is completely wrong as encapsulated that julia did not worry me about which i appreciate from spoiler episode perspective but from a personal perspective. The phantom of the opera video cassette was hilarious and excruciating and. I do think the first time. I like fully pulled the blanket up over my head when watching it. I didn't actually watch it. The first time i had to just kind of sit like that and know that it would end soon and then i read wound to watch the facial expressions that is bisciste. Yeah and i you know i don't. I don't think that happened in relaxed. Maybe it did. I've never read it. And i think i would remember it but really the billion joel performance israel israel. Yeah and it in caps elites. Maybe i think that poor diana who had a lot going on and as you said like a lot of mental health issues and believe me and didn't have any support like her family was not very helpful or totally absent in the case of the crown. But there were also some things that just really ideologies didn't align how about that and and that scene shows you why who it really is just like so much. I can't believe we're only gonna get one season about mc oran. I feel like i m not like her biggest fan but also feel like switching the diana character after one season. I don't. I'm not really in favor of but Must be a fairly significant time job. i'm curious to see how season five goes

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Twenty years of climate extremes

The Science Show

06:35 min | 10 months ago

Twenty years of climate extremes

"The year two thousand and twenty was always going to be a tantalizing horizon for future thinkers even at symmetry conjures the clear-sightedness and precision of twenty twenty vision. Too which policymakers in resist manages. Always aspire twenty years ago. Most of southern australia was still in the group of the millenium drought. The dry conditions broke records around the nation. Perth stems where their lowest. Since the first world war and the southeast of the country was on its way to the dryest shania period since recordkeeping began as the bureau of meteorology. Put it at the time. This was the nation's first climate change drought. That observation came hot. On the heels of the third assessment report of the intergovernmental panel on climate change which made headlines around the world with this conclusion that there is new and stronger evidence that most of the global warming observed over the last fifty years is attributable to human activities if suburban households become complacent about the household woody's than the drought was a wakeup call across the nation. Education campaigns and water saving devices joined water restrictions in an effort to ease pressure on limited urban water supplies in melbourne for instance the voluntary target. One five five campaign aimed more than half the daily water consumption of residents by encouraging shorter showers while imposing strict limits on watering gardens washing the car. Brisbane went even further aiming to reduce residential would consumption to one hundred and forty liters of water per person per day. The rain water tank in grey water. Recycling became suburban. Must haves offering the means to keep gardens green in trying conditions as the damn levels so lower and lower state governments turned desalination with perth leading the way in two thousand six a prospect that was unthinkable just a decade earlier other states took notice and before long desalination plants were on the drawing board for the gold coast sydney melbourne and adelaide. But for the most part by the time those projects were completed. The rains had returned to the east coast and the plants built. There were dismissed as wipe elephants journalist. Chris noticed this change in the weather himself as he reflected in the updated edition of his book on the murray darling basin in two thousand and ten browsing through his local bookshop. He'd realized that he's book. The river somehow migrated from the environment and ecology section where. It's just six months ago to a new place on the history shows even so this record linear rainfall that broke the millenium. Drought did not turn back the clock. A drying trend continued across the south of the continent particularly in the southwest. Where winter rains had been in decline since the nineteen seventies julian part to human induced climate change indeed while eastern australia record high levels of rainfall in late twenty ten and in twenty eleven perth and much of southwestern austrailia experienced record dry weather. This is just some of the challenges of planning for both climate variability and climate change on a continent of extremes. It's been looking ahead into the future. That's being one of the ways in which ustralian have long tried to come to terms with this continent of extreme climate variability in twenty eleven. The climate commission released its first report declaring that australia was facing the critical decade back. Then of course. The climate commission was a federal government body established under the gillard government but it was dissolved under the abbott government. Soon after its election in two thousand thirteen the decade to twenty twenty. The climate commission's report argued was critical in terms of meeting the two degrees celsius guardrail by curbing emissions of carbon dioxide in the decade to twenty twenty global emissions had to be well on track to reaching by twenty fifty to limit the planet's warming taking the temperature on the nation's progress towards this goal in twenty seventeen the climate council the independent body that rose from the ashes of the climate commission declared that australia was now known as global climate lagged already the concentration of carbon dioxide emissions had tipped over four hundred parts per million higher than at any other time for millions of us and the planet's temperature was over one degree higher than temperatures before the industrial revolution of the eighteenth century. The report warned that the window of opportunity to limit worsening climate impacts is closing and already climate events were getting worse pointing not only to bush fires and hate waves but also to drought and drying across the south of the continent. Just as the gun. I report of two thousand. Eight and countless other scientific studies had predicted two thousand and nineteen was the driest year since records began in one thousand nine hundred and it was the country's warmest year in fact all these since two thousand thirteen are among the ten warmest on record australia. The impact of climate changes lead to longer more intense fire seasons and an increase in the average number of elevated fire weather days as measured by the forest fire danger index twenty nine thousand nine so the highest cumulated index on record fires have burned before an australian but never like those we saw over the summer. It's called comfort knowing that this disaster was nice surprise after all the two thousand eight garner report warned that fire seasons will start earlier and the slightly lighter and generally be more intense. This effect increases over time but should be directly observable by twenty twenty in another ten to twenty years time 2019 white. Be so unusual. Although this use emissions might be lower thanks to the covid lockdowns and the air might be cleaner. The concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere like carbon dioxide continues to rise and the period two thousand sixteen to twenty twenty looks set to be the warmest five year period on record. Unfortunately a few months of slowing down can't make up for the decades upon decades of greenhouse gas emissions that have accumulated in the atmosphere. He street is weighing heavily on the planet's climate future.

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Loved Labours won: landslide in New Zealand

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:23 min | 1 year ago

Loved Labours won: landslide in New Zealand

"This weekend New Zealand's Labour Party swept to a fairy-tale victory stunned. Prime Minister. Justin. The are dern beamed as a rapturous crowd applauded beginning her speech with a thankful molly reading. In. In tongue it Athena what? dern promised a big tent kind of administration. For every New Zealand has never been so important more than it has been now. We living in an increasingly polarized world a place where more and more people have lost the ability to see one. Another's point of view having come in for criticism during the campaign on failing to address housing shortages and poverty. She acknowledged there were difficulties ahead. Over the next three years. There is much to do. We will build back better from the covert crisis. Stronger. With an answer to the mini challenges New Zealand. Already faced. Challenges or no the scale of the win came as a surprise even to her supporters. The easiest way of describing is that it was unparalleled in modern history. I wonder why it had Austrailia and correspondent say the Labor Party which has just endured dance policy one, forty, nine percent of the and that was compared to nearly twenty seven percent for the main opposition, which is called the national policy, which is conservative that is the best result Labor's result for any policy since the fifties and it gives it a majority of seats in parliament, and that is the first time that any he's been. Able to govern on its own underneath. Zealand. System of proportional representation which has been in place since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, they were winning in both provincial rural conservative strongholds, ondon rich city areas, and to give sense New Zealanders vote for both the preferred party and an MP on their ballots and labor top the preferred party votes in sixty eight of its seventy constituencies really astounding result for them and what was the the campaign like De Campaign was focused on pretty much only one subject which was the government's response to the coronavirus. It was really a referendum on how the government and I think in voters is particularly prime minister has responded to the virus that response was to shut down the borders, I to China, and then to the rest of the world and then to rally support. For, what was a very, very strict lockdown in New Zealand at the beginning of the pandemic and say, Bara brief surges pretty much. Succeeded I. Need Twenty Five people have died and that was really what the campaign focus on the fact that life has been able to return and roughly to normal people are eating out people cramming into restaurants and their normal numbers. Forty six thousand people watching rugby match against Australia, this weekend. So the campaign was very much focused on that response and the opposition kind of found it quite difficult. See Find Ground on which to oppose the government, and so the scale of that result then is just a reflection of how satisfied everyone has been with the response to the pandemic. That is the singular issue of its left remembering that before the pandemic hits. Labor a was looking the polls. The suggesting that Labor was on track to lose. This election would have been a one term government, which is not very common in New Zealand central a being. Overseas particularly, for the way that she responded to the Christ church terrorist attacks, they were much last year when these two mosques were attacked by a white supremacist and she was obviously hailed. The way she united New Zealand does after that and staunchly defended immigrants but adulation wasn't really reflected back at home until the pandemic has. So was this a vote for her or a vote for the Party and it's I think it's got to be with her and not a great deal to do with the Party and its policies. So it was a campaign that was thin on policy on both sides update from national and Labour but I think it was a set of referendum on the prime minister's response. To the coronavirus even historisches appointment submit that she's a very gifted communicator particularly in times of crisis and young people particularly look to her. She has a kind of unpretentious approachability that I think that a lot of Kiwis light and political analysts in New Zealand will say that it's very much a politics of personality though she wasn't always popular home as she was overseas. I, think that Kiwis do derive a kind of sense of pride from hug label standing as well. So in a way that has served her well at home. Speaking to damage he said that her brilliant lies in the way she plays into their sense of exceptionalism. In key, we always liked to think that set apart by more than their geography and they punch above that waits. But what about apart from the personality and crisis management and so on. What about sort of kitchen table politics? This is. Just. On the Labor government comes in for a lot of criticism because when she came to power in two thousand seventeen. Labor was making a lot of very lofty promises to do things like reduce child poverty it was going to end homelessness in New Zealand. It was going to build one hundred thousand affordable houses in ten years. Of generally make New Zealand to Faira Besser country and it's pretty much failed to deliver on every single one of those things. The Prime Minister's critics point out that almost counts of poverty and social inequality museum and actually heading quits. Houses are increasing at the moment in New Zealand increasing through the crisis. So this is a big big criticism of her detractors that she is a great at moving motivational speeches, but quite a poor Administra- certain hasn't actually got much done. So that might explain why this time around the world kind of such lofty promises it was rather more timid. But. She's still got a strong base of support is on the left who are GonNa be expecting her to do a lot more particularly now she's not in. She's she's not having to form a coalition particularly now that she can govern on her own and so to your mind the the big difference then between the first term and this coming second term is that she that Labour will be governing alone. Is the big difference with governing Elaine comes a lot more responsibility. There is still a chance that Labor form some kind of coalition with the Greens will they. They don't need. Them might be handy have degrees inside the government say they're not handling the sidelines said that could either be a formal coalition or a more informal arrangement in which the Greens folks with Labor early onset issues. So a much stronger position on a lot more pressure within this time around. But what about fulfilling all those promises in light of the economic situation? I mean new. Zealand certainly must have suffered economically from the pandemic if not quite so much as elsewhere in terms of the human cost, it is in a recession. Now the economy is going to contract by about six percent. This year unemployment is rising the wage subsidy that is coming off. So Wild New Zealand has done very well at keeping the virus out there going to be lots more questions about what that has caused it, and how it is going to drive a recovery how it's going to get out of that mess. The Prime Minister says that there is a plan for recovery which includes things like building lots of roads but to her pregnancy looks quite incremental. They out there in no big plans for tax reform for example of just third some income tax hikes. But only on the talk to percent of workers say theoretically might think that with such strong majority, they pressure more radical agenda but there are many people in New Zealand see that. So to be so popular, you've got to be fairly uncontroversial owner. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks, Jason.

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Why 1 million coronavirus deaths is only just the beginning

Coronacast

07:24 min | 1 year ago

Why 1 million coronavirus deaths is only just the beginning

"Yesterday Norman the world clock devote one million deaths from covid nineteen since this began less than a year ago it's been reported by the Johns Hopkins University. Dashboard, which is a pretty morbid side that keeps keeps an eye on all this sort of stuff apart from the one million deaths we've got thirty three point three, million cases in counting. And it's amazing to think that this all started from one person probably about less than a year ago. Yeah. Ten months ago November, that's the smart money is one person in China from a Bat Or Bats and moved into on ESPN. Is, an extraordinary number. And this is not necessarily going to slow down as many countries go into the second way. So we're at one million. What's the chance? Do you think we'll get to two million? Oh, I think that we'll get to two million without too much trouble unfortunately. We've got view of the United States figures on that Hopkins sites the United States numbers are going back up. There were going down a couple of weeks ago or through a few weeks ago and other going back up. Second Wave Solidifying in Europe France, not come back to France and a minute. So I think that we will get to the the the second million sadly tragically and low to middle income countries are really just getting going with this and there that just don't have the medical facilities that we do into in terms of helping people who've got severe illness. So unfortunately, this is going to go on. So when you look at also where the number of deaths really have. occurred it seems like about ten countries account for more than seventy percent of the debts. Obviously, the US is the big one there nearly a fifth. That's about two hundred and something thousand followed by Brazil India Mexico the UK Italy, where do you think that the new deaths will likely come from? Where is the the virus currently growing? It's going to come from those countries probably because they're the one seeing second wave in the second wave could well be worse than I. I wouldn't be surprised if that looks pretty similar. In some other countries, you're not necessarily going to know what's happening because they're not doing enough testing to really be sure how much corona virus they've got many people are dying of it. So I think it's in countries with doing testing that you're going to see the effect and it's likely I mean you see a million? It's likely that it's seven to ten million in reality. Because we are underestimating the amount of coronavirus around. So one million is just what we know about seven to ten is probably what the real figure actually is, and that's really scary. You mentioned the the second wives coming through a lot of countries and where in Europe, in particular saying a lot of cases suddenly jump up a lot from where they were. But. We're not actually saying the death toll yet follow. Why do you think that is all and do you think that it's likely that that's going to continue that trend so one reason you see a delay in the deaths appearing is that it takes a couple of weeks. People become seriously ill, and then we can be seriously over quite a long time. So that's one reason why it's a delay. There's probably a reduced death rate as well because the getting better at treating people in intensive care with decks meth zone, which reduces death rates by twenty percent nursing tummy not using ventilators and also the older people are so socially isolating themselves wearing masks. So they're tending not to get infected, and so the bias infections towards younger people who tend not to die of covid nineteen of Ova can get long-term effects we've spoken about. On Kurna cast before and you mentioned France before what did you want to say about France? France. Is reporting an upsurge and the authorities there are really getting worried in its report there that for example, one of the senior doctors and France as told newspapers that they're worried that there's going to be enough medical personnel to be able to deal with the the record number of cases that are appearing in France and that they may run out of intensive care beds. And it's patchy and it's also into an underprivileged areas such as Marseille where there's a lot of overcrowding and there's the worry that the capacity of the French hospital system to cope with could be welcomed a very good hospital system. So you mentioned testing before and there's been quite a few announcements recently about testing the other day we saw one from the World Health Organization about rapid testing and I think we also saw demonstration at the White House by President, trump what's the rapid testing? All about what what's it hoped that it'll achieve take overseas before we get to Australia, what the World Health Organization has done through the gates. Foundation is purchased one, hundred, twenty, million test kids rapid test kits. and. These test kits. One of them in particular is a bit like a pregnancy test where you do a swab, you shake it in some liquid and then you Putin liquid on a test strip and you went fifteen minutes into the. Shows the line or to bend your positive for the virus and it's pretty accurate. It's not quite as accurate as the PTR tests the wonder doing the moment but you don't need the artery. You don't need cars to take your samples to a laboratory then get an Aq- and wait for the results. This is done on the sport fifteen minutes. You've got an answer. So it's a way in resource poor environments to get an answer and it is cheaper than doing the PC artists. In countries like Austrailia, these tests could be used as a way of controlling the pandemic moving forward. What are we going to do in states like Batori and you South Wales even Western Australia with US tonight breaking the ship off the coast of port hedland where everybody's vulnerable to new infections coming in from overseas in particular? HOW ARE WE GONNA? Make sure there's no virus circulating that we're not aware of and mass testing particularly where people gather in large numbers is one way to actually see whether it's almost like screening the population see if you're missing any virus. And you can't really do mass screening with the existing resources because you're just going to clog up the system. If. It's instant testing people are more likely to agree to it because they don't have to hang around. They don't have to isolate themselves until they get a positive result. And it's a way of quickly finding out what's going on in an affordable way. Do you know any plans by the Australian government to get any of these rapid testing kits and and instigate that that type of program with therapeutic goods administration has stralia has approved several of these I think it's four or five of these rapid testing kits so that all they're already available in Australia. The one ones that w chose bought, which is like the pregnancy test. By Abbott, his is still under consideration for approval and there's no reason why wouldn't be approved. So the the tests are available here and available affordable price. The ideal here would be one that self contained. We don't need a little machine sitting on a desk some of them do you have to put it into machine? This one is a shake squeeze onto a strip and just wait for the result and there are others do that as well. So there's no reason why not? No in Victoria the DAUGHERTY institute is testing a way of doing mass testing using the PR test, which is the old test if you like the accurate using using saliva and they're testing that in the thousand members of the police force just to work. Out, what is the most efficient way of collecting the saliva? So you could mess testing with the old way of going about it, but the rapid testing is probably more flexible,

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Eric Edgar Cooke Is The Night Caller

Serial Killers

04:14 min | 1 year ago

Eric Edgar Cooke Is The Night Caller

"In January of Nineteen Fifty, nine, twenty, eight year old Eric Cook was in pain. His face was in fresh scratches drawing even more attention to his recognizable harelips features. If anyone asked what happened, Cook blame the scratch marks on his eldest son who was developmentally handicapped while Cook blamed his son for his injuries. The true culprit was thirty-three-year-old Pnina Berkman when Cook attacked Panini in her apartment on January twenty ninth she fought back her long manicured nails gouged his face as she tried desperately to repel. In the end, it was a fight, Pennino couldn't win. She died under living room floor after cook ran from the flat. The city of Perth Austrailia was rocked by the shocking murder and leads quickly dried up cook left now, prints and DNA technology was too rudimentary to conclusively tiny one to the blood under Pineda's nails residents in the Wembley area reported seeing Prowler in the neighborhood on nights leading up to the attack but no one could give a clear description of the man so as. Long as he kept his head down, Cook was in the clear and that's just what he did for the next six months. Cook was relatively inactive but by August he couldn't control his urges any longer be eighth. He left his wife Sally at home with their children and set off into the shadows he ended up in the affluent area of Midland's the suburb was popular with students of the nearby university making it a prime target for cook who loved to Peek in windows at potential targets. One. Such student was seventeen year old Alex Don, who was spending the night alone at her sister's apartment as Alex slept twenty nine year old cook made his way around the building. Until he found an open window, it was too small and high to be an obvious entry point, which is probably why anyone neglected to close it. But Cook wasn't deterred once he managed to scramble through the window he rifled through Alex's purse taking what little money the nursing student had. But even as experienced and quiet as cook was the teen woke up panicking cook seized something heavy, perhaps a fire poker and Hit over the head knocking her out, not wanting to wait for the girl to wake up cook left the way he came in Alex was left alone until the next morning when friends arrived in rushed to the hospital in addition to a nasty Gash above her I Alex suffered a fractured skull and was left with a severe form of epilepsy that derailed her career aspirations and would affect her for the rest of her life. Not that Eric Cook had any cares about the woman who's life he just ruined by the time Alex finally left the hospital in September he'd already moved onto a fresh. Suburb. Full of new houses and clueless victims for the prolific cat burglar a few months. Later, his new favourite haunt was the wealthy neighborhood of Brookwood flats on an early visit to one building. He stole a key from the ground floor apartment of Betty Johnston then returned to burgle the place of few times. Betty's next door neighbor was twenty, two year old daughter, Jillian brewer and terrier designer. Jillian caught cooks I on one of his visits and he took pleasure watching through the window as the young woman had sex with her fiance. But watching evidently wasn't enough Vanessa's going to take over on. The psychology here, and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or a psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show thanks Greg in a later assessment of his psychological development Dr Aaron. Samuel Ellis stated that Cook was sexually naive and afraid of women who might conceivably test his sexual adequacy. It's possible that this misguided fear or hatred of a sexually confident unmarried woman caused cooks thoughts to turn to violence. This theory aligns with cooks first murder victim Panini Berkman who had no qualms about having sex outside of wedlock and even had the gall to sleep naked.

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Wim Stocks: Covid-19 is an opportunity for esports to go mainstream

BIG Esports Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

Wim Stocks: Covid-19 is an opportunity for esports to go mainstream

"Those people who've. been listening to some of the content for period of time, when of ours was still fresh, we had women wheels headband Pfefferman I'm Canada from UK, capital and Mckay sports on board to work about a bit of coronavirus, economic response and things like that and one of the main things. He said women's right now you'll find his blowing up twenty four seven with presidents of basically every single media netware Colin you asking for content, a be interested in Konic kicking off the conversation with that e e, still getting these mainstream organizations looking for a splits programming way we are, and just had a sort of a conversation yesterday, which with a bunch of sports networks. At are represented under an umbrella of a media company, and and all still to this day all baseball comes back Major League baseball tonight in the United States. So that's a good thing. more normalcy, CPJ seeing some some driving events some some of those coming back, but still east or is the is the predominance or these days, and and it's yes, it's on twitch, Time Youtube, and and showing up on facebook gaming in elsewhere, but but now the these these I think what what has happened in the past pandemic is, that is traditional. Broadcasters potential traditional networks now Allie, the stand what he's is, and no, it's. It's a replacement for sports. that as I mentioned I think last time Jesus Alabama's back in the bottle, but also they're. They're now really sort of waking up the fact that man. We need younger audiences here we are is fifty year old. baseball demographic isn't going to is isn't going to. Be around forever. The sixty year old PGA demographics tackled mirror off forever, so so they're all waking up the fact that this is the way to communicate with an affiliate with much more youthful audience. Lousy Jesse's, and it's it's now. It's home to roost. These guys get it. They get managed, and they've got now got to figure out how to be gall whether or not. It can be involved is another Matt as another matter entirely I think he's four. doesn't need traditional media as much as traditional media needs. These sports but. You know this is their livelihood. This is what they do. They not Ino- broadcast. They know entertainment. They know how to do engage millions of people, and and with with the right formula with right approach. They have ever shot at this, but but thus far as we all know. This is all playing onstream in online and not -sarily other. You know we were just reflecting yesterday in this conversation about Turner. Journal riots early Turner had it right early with their first league in for car strike, and and not only do they have right, but the brands that they brought in to support it. They also had right, and that was that was four years ago. I was a long time ago. And and in the scheme of things yet they made some of their forays into in a broadcast use for in in bringing predictability around the broadcast that that's still Jack. Jamie stands up is one of the other great moments in in. In sort of democratization of of sports so so. I think I I don't think it's over for traditional media, I think. There's plenty of opportunity especially, as as now more organization comes to sports. It is getting more predictable. There are more path as two point eight to point B., or for players for events for mountain and the notion of broadcasts. Predictable broadcast is scheduled broadcasts that we all we all know. You know even if you're not. Austrailia I think you're pretty much. Know that NFL owned Sundays. At. One PM Eastern time and four PM time at eight eight thirty eastern time on Sunday. That's a sport doesn't have it, so I do think this is. Predictability. What what scheduling and programming can do for his or these? These big networks that are more traditionally focused I think they have. Do they replacing in this

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The Future of Podcasting with Podnews Editor James Cridland

The Practical Futurist Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

The Future of Podcasting with Podnews Editor James Cridland

"Today's guest all the way from Brisbane. Australia is James. Cridland the editor of the leading source of podcast. News Hug News Dot Knit. Without the twentieth easily radio and online business in two thousand five James help loans, the first daily podcast from UK, radio station and the world's first regius station streaming. APP, he offers a truly international view is a bridge leading Austrailia witnessed companies across the world including North America. He's also a keynote speaker and consultant, and wrote his first podcast RSS, fading January two thousand five, and also launched the first live radio streaming at from eyeball finds in Cya. Importantly, he's worked in the audio industry since nineteen eighty nine. Welcome, James, thank you so much for having me what we only spoke last week. Your against on the podcast festival, a joint production with podcasting buddies mean to doll and safety. That was a law show with you. Questions thrown in a producer might. this week prerecord so will move a bit slow pice if that's okay, Hanna absolutely fine I'm glad you said that. Look I feel like running exchange program. You're a Briton stride. Yet I'm in London. What's it like in strider? The moment I hear a lot of the lockdown restrictions eliciting. Yes, Oh, they're beginning to lift him in. We can't so. I'm in Queensland can't go anywhere in Queensland. We're not allowed to leave. Leave our great state, although I state frankly is big enough, so that's all okay, but yeah things are beginning to beginning to relax I'm not quite sure what the latest figures were, but certainly we we've had one case one coronavirus case in the last A. Week or so here in Queensland so you know we're doing. We're doing pretty well rather better than you guys think, and you'll side pod news dot net which I encourage one to sign up for the daily newsletter. Have you seen increasing traffic is forecasting immuno thriving during this pandemic I mean pain and increase in the amount of people getting it, which is nice and the amount of people. Using it, but I mean obviously. There's been an increase in podcasting as well so actually in May. We saw a new record for the amount of podcasts launch, ninety, six, thousand, five hundred. So you know you can clearly see and yes, some of that is going to be Ju to coronavirus, and the fact that you can launch a podcast of your home and you might. You might be a bit bored or whatever but I think also part of that is just because podcasting is actually growing and quite a lot of those. We're going to launch anyway so you know a tremendous amount of growth there and suddenly podcast hosts of I'm talking to that saying that as as significant increase in the amount of you know in the Mount of people signing up and the amount of support Kohl's that having an everything else which is old boats, said good I. Think so why we're going. Here are the podcasting Stat Guru. but What what number of these podcasts will quote a sort of survive? I mean lots of starting up because people bedrooms when I go back to work and things you think there'll be some on jeopardy, or what sort of half life of a podcast series. Yeah, I think that's going to be interesting, isn't it? I mean quite a lot of podcasts. Don't last particularly long it. It has to be said. And you know that may be bydesign. May Be because people you know, realize that actually producing great audio is quite difficult. And you know and so therefore they can't necessarily work too hard on that I mean if you have a look at the amount of the amounts of active podcasts there while there are one point one million podcasts in apple podcasts, and about half of those are active, so that means that they've published one episode in the Pasta Ninety days so about how for the market about half of them are inactive, and that's I think actually pretty good in terms of you know they longevity of podcasting the that you know? Know half a million still being currently made. You know that said that's quite thing i. think often asked is podcasting the new blogging and you've been around probably as long as I have gone Do you think they blend It's it's not simple to do a great audio show, but you can actually say something happened and get your news thoughts out there, but is podcasting blogging I. Don't think so I mean I. Ingenuity. It's interesting. I, was talking to US talking to Turkish television last night, and you know and they were saying. Is podcasting growing and I think one of the interesting things around focusing. He's been going for fifteen years but it's been nice, slow and steady growth every single year every single year. It's been getting bigger. But what podcasting hasn't Betas is it hasn't been. A My space or a Bibo or vine? Hasn't you know a dramatically? Increased and then all of a sudden. Disappears again.

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Australian Court Rules Media Outlets Are Responsible for Facebook Users' Comments

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Australian Court Rules Media Outlets Are Responsible for Facebook Users' Comments

"In Australia media outlets that post their articles on facebook are now liable for other users, defamatory comments on those posts that's according to a ruling from a court in the state of new. South Wales which includes Sydney. The court says that media companies encourage and facilitate comments that can be seen by other users as a result they should be considered the publishers of those comments and responsible for their contact. The media companies that were defendants in the original lawsuit. Say The move with strongly disincentivize media companies from posting articles, and they're considering an appeal to Australia's highest court. The decision could also threaten social media platforms themselves which count on news articles for site, traffic and revenue. We should note that one of the defendants in the case newscorp Austrailia is necessary of NEWSCORP and Newscorp of course owns Dow Jones. Which Publishes The Wall Street Journal.

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Rajeev Ram on winning the 2020 Australian Open

The Tennis.com Podcast

06:59 min | 1 year ago

Rajeev Ram on winning the 2020 Australian Open

"Right welcomes tennis. Dot Com podcast. I'm one of your enough pantic joined in this episode by Irena Falconi my co host. Hey guys how's it going and our special guests regime rammer GPS? Thank you for joining us. Your happy to be here all right. Let's get started with one of our favorite questions these days. What is your Corentin life like? Where are you what the days look like? Yeah it's pretty It's pretty different. I must say from coming from someone who's played tennis as you guys know for a long time You should travelling weekly to be sitting in one place for a couple of months is a bit strange but Lucky to be northern California where the weather's really nice so I tried to get outside most days doing something You know four or five days a week of different fitness stuff in. Yeah even other days bike rides walks in whatever it may be just know. Be Outside as much as they can. Because it's it's nice to do that but it's definitely definitely different is California your home base. Has it been for awhile? I'm from Indianapolis. Which is Roy? Spend wife Attendant we also have a house in northern California parents. Both parents living in Indiana. Still so we go there bit but we spend a Lotta time here. And sort of yeah. The corn teams are basically started the day before it supposedly printed whilst which was We're out here as repack. They're actually still pack funding nuts and then this whole thing started so we've been here since then. I thought you were on the ATP council before rigid. I know I just wanted to know if maybe you have some intelligent to win. Things might come back or which tournaments are GONNA be cancelled next or any kind of inside info. No not really I. I basically here things when everybody else here on we get you know mass emails saying you know towards cancel up until this date and the last one I think was just the cancellation of mold in the whole grasscourt season and all that I learned about the French Open moving date on social media which maybe is what most people learn about it on. I have no idea but now to be honest It's just You know we kind of for me. Just wait to see when the next message comes to see a dip point. You know how much longer the tour officially cancelled. But I think everyone was feeling like kids. You know it's going to be hard to to play even in the middle of July at this point. Have you been hitting like at all? I know I've spoken to a few players and some of the top ten girls and they just haven't hit a ball since you know this whole thing started and I'm just curious you know. Have you even like done fitness cover? You like keeping in shape yeah. Tennis is obviously tough. Haven't played too much There's a there's one guy with private court. That yachting no from suppose to be doing it or not but they are the couple of times have been up to hit some balls but that fitness I Have a few things at home like I said. The weather is really nice room in the in the back of the House here that you know I can do some things. So it's been a bit Makeshift let's say I have a trainer that I got to know before this started. She actually has some equipment of our own so like we have a deal that we do where she actually brings it over some of the days I clean it a use. It bring it back to her car. She likes days six feet away from me. The whole time like tells me to do. Yoga gives runs with your program. Bring BACK TO HER CAR. She cleans it put it back puts it back in the car and we go from there I'm not even sure you know we try to be a safe as possible. But that's really it for all that you know I have a bike here. That like a like a an actual bike. That has never gotten more use to try to be on a couple times a week. You know riding around but yeah. That's pretty much it. I feel like you know a lot of the other restrictions are gonNA loosen up well before we start playing tennis again. So I'm not really worried about. I think we'll have plenty of time to practice and all that for Beating again I was actually talking with Jamie about this Yesterday about how many different things are going to change? Once we go back on court. Because I'm sure you've heard that there's actual like tournament play. That's happening here in Saddlebrook. There's an event I thing happening in California in Germany. There's a few spots that are conducting almost like a tennis experiment and You know one of the things that she told me was that the ball's actually have initials on them. And only you can only use the balls and you can only serve with the that. Have your initials on them? And we were discussing. You know when we actually get back on tour you know. Is there going to be a air? Hi Five like are you gonNA shake hands like? Is there gonNA be any interaction whatsoever like when it's new balls? How are you going to get those balls like the him yourself? Like there's just GonNa be so many different changes. Yeah I think that's in every walk of life to the honest. It's not just tennis. I mean like maybe. It's going to become normal for people to wear masks in grocery stores. They have even the slightest bit of a cold or cough or something like batter having meetings this instead of actually having meetings when in person. I don't know I think there's GonNa be a ton of things that are to become way more normal than ever were before and yeah in our sport where you're going to have a lot of that. I think the reality of it has not thinking at all sunk in at all for me. Just can't believe that this is happening. Even though it's been over six weeks at this point but specially for you had some momentum crazy momentum going before all this you want me. Austrailia your first. Men's doubles title with Joe. You're up career number five in doubles. I mean things are going swimmingly Say what was your start at. Twenty twenty like did you. Did you feel different going into this? John Open because I know you would up instagram caption saying something like fifty eight time is the charm else going for you. Differently is in Melbourne. Well I I actually didn't even know that so apparently fifty Grand Slam which is a record if you WANNA call it that before would actually win one. But I mean that's a little bit different because I've played a lot of the majors in doubles while it was still focusing on singles. I didn't really felt like it in those times. I was necessarily contender to win. One was just sort of playing because my ranking was high enough to get in but I was not. I wasn't good enough just to win it because I need to actually work on you know. Focus on doubles practicing. Better of a wanted to contend only started doing that last three years I would say but I really felt like we were in the situation in position to compete. Compete for Major. Rarely probably at the US Open last year. I felt like our level of gotten to the point where we're playing good matches time and time again At a level that I felt like was was some of the best in the world so I felt like we really turned the corner. You know last fall in meeting. We had a good season altogether. But really at the back. Half of last year's felt like to play. You know that a slightly higher level so I'm not gonNA say I was. You know I was expecting to win yesterday open but I guess I wasn't surprised so much because I felt like we were that we were at that point for a little while. Now you know

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Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:02 min | 1 year ago

Neural Architecture Search and Googles New AutoML Zero with Quoc Le

"Welcome to the PODCAST. Hi Everyone. It's great to have you on the show I've followed research for Your work for quite some time and I'm looking forward to digging into some of the new things that you're working on but before we do that I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you got started working in machine learning okay so I was born in Vietnam. I did my Undergrad in Australia. And in my second year. My undergrad I started some project doing machine London with Alex. Mola a back in Australia and back. Then I was played with. Kodo methods Then I Did my PhD AT STANFORD. A on a lot of deep learning back in the day when deployed in whispers or very cool. And that's the route two thousand seven and around two thousand eleven I did a summer internship at Google and that was when Google Brin project was founded so when I was there that was a long and Jackie Naan Greco data was there and I. It was the sun so we started out small. That sounds cool. Yeah and then I did some of the Scaling Up Neuro networks with Google Britain folks and then You know at the end Up to two years did some work on machine translation with the media and Oreo VR. He's now did mine. Owner of Ilya is now at opening I and we develop sold end to end. Solution methods and Around two thousand sixteen. I started looking into more like You Know Auto. Mau Architecture search and more recently are looking to Malacca together with Otto may also look into Sent me supervised learning and it's awesome awesome now. You mentioned early on doing work with Alex. Mullah was he was this before he was at Carnegie Mellon was visiting in Australia. He was a professor in Australia. Yeah I I went to a university. In a small air. In the capital city Austrailia go Kendra. He was yeah camera and he was Professor Edward Research. So I thought I had. I have along Very interested in AI and machine learning and took me for that. I took a class data mining and so on and talk a little bit boring but the ability to actually learn. It's actually a super fascinating so I contacted him and he was moonlight co methods machine learning and we worked together for maybe a few years before he went to he went to America then. Cmu and Amazon. Okay okay so a lot of your. Recent work has been focused on this idea of You know automating machine learning and neural architecture surge to allow machines to find the best deep learning architectures in like. It's a little bit about how you arrived at working in that area. What some of the motivations were for getting started digging into that problem so I've been Along interested in this idea of self improvement machine should be self improving itself a machine learning and even and when I started doing co methods with Alex. I always ask him. You know how the Dakota bandwith and so on how some of the HYPOC Ramat does include methods decided and apparently they decided by using things like Cross validation on then where I work on. Koroma two narrow networks. My hope is to make the hype. Affirmative go away. But that's how is the opposite so if you look at the a Kabul Lucien neural networks at has a lot of hype privatised right like how many how many layers you want it to be and how many channels you wanted to be. And what are the some of the high assize apprentice since on a Coulda with all the training parameters? Yeah all learning. Dry and as researcher develop more and more techniques FAW EURONET. There's more decisions that you have to make. That feel like. This is like a problem that can be helped by a little bit of automation so So I I observe a lot of my colleagues who will when designing networks and I asked him about the principles of design. Your neural networks. And you started are having some really solid principles like Skip CONNECTION SO. The gradient can flow through the network concern. But as you tune the network Karen Hata do no longer have the principal is around. You know trial and error right you you try this a little bit and simply with better so you try that more so. I think that that is something that may be ready for automation so even during my Grad School. I already talked about trying this but I thought you know. Maybe we didn't have enough compute because training net already takes took me days so when I saw that new control. Units are are in thirty minutes. Something like that on on safer I thought. Oh maybe this is the right time to try this. So that's when I started doing this. Newer architecture search in two thousand sixteen. It's interesting that you know. Even with all of the compute resources of Google. You had to wait until the time was compressed. Enough in order to be able to tackle the problem. Yeah to get really good results. You want the networks will be really big and that will take a long time to train. Yeah and it's it's It's funny coming from me that we have so much resources that will go train in EURONET still taking a long time And so maybe talk about the the first steps in In that area. Did you jump right into neural architecture? Search or was that the you know a a an end stage or end result of this work where I I on some of the related ideas on and off since two thousand twelve like playing around with how to do. Better hyper profitable tuning and none of that. It's really published. Because I didn't have good results have pugh and so on so so I tried it on and off over the time you know every year I would set out some time to try this idea for a few months and you know and it didn't work very well because like a procurement song and then Two Thousand Sixteen. I met Barrett's off would as my colleague now at Google and he's very talented. So we say oh. Let's let's try at the idea of Jews in like a reinforcement learning to generate and network like a little layer in an network for for a ceasefire model. Seafoam motto. Is already at the time you could say that you know enough of you depends on how where you want to be but you from thirty minutes to a few hours and the seems like about the right amount of time to get this going and my prediction is that you have to train. Maybe either between from one thousand to ten thousand bottles and I did a backup our calculation and thought. Oh this might be the right time to do it but you know I have tried this some of these related ideas in much before

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Climate catastrophes and now coronavirus, Pacific islands in the crosshairs

UN News

12:10 min | 1 year ago

Climate catastrophes and now coronavirus, Pacific islands in the crosshairs

"The covert nineteen pandemic is wreaking havoc around the globe. The remoteness of the Pacific Islands has left people living there vulnerable in many different ways. You and resident coordinator Seneca Summer Sheena said in an interview with UN news that with borders an airport shutdown protection gear specialist personnel and lifesaving medical supplies have been unable to reach many areas in need and the crisis has only been heightened by the devastation inflicted by category five. Cyclone Herald which ripped through Vanuatu. Mr Samora Sheena overseas you and Operations Fiji Micronesia. The Salomon Islands Marshall Islands. Kiribati Palau Tonga. Vanuatu Nehru and Tuva. Lou acknowledged to Julia Dean. The difficulties in moving people and cargo has been impinging on the UN's ability to respond to the corona virus crisis. Will I think that you know? Some of the challenges are much the same as everywhere else in terms of making sure that the people are tested that people are safe social distancing action sinks in people follow the policies. Making sure that the equipment that's necessary for health workers are in place you know these are of course the challenges around the world with you're talking about New York City of Fiji but I think particularly challenging here in the Pacific as the remoteness of the locations it is also an sending that the number of people in the Pacific have different types of underlying health conditions. So if you actually have a massive outbreak with very concerned that this could have serious consequences for a significant segment of the population. I think the fact that the borders have been closed in many places and flights have stopped. Mix The issue of remoteness even more challenging so we are finding it difficult to move whether we're talking about personal protection equipment or other types of medical equipment and supplies are specialists and experts that we need in order to respond to this the movement of people in Congress very difficult at the moment. And what else is the UN doing to support the communities and governments of the UN has really come together this time and we have a range of things that we have responded. We've set up something old joint incident Management Team to look at the immediate health sector preparedness and Response Plans of countries. We received requests from the country's is you are aware. I covered ten countries in the Pacific. These requests come not only from those ten countries but from around the Pacific all of the country in the Pacific. And then we've prioritized. We look at the logistics capabilities in terms of the procuring and delivering what is being requested from us. And the the requests you know range of things from testing laboratories setting up testing laboratories to Mosques for health workers too Water and sanitation supplies etcetera at the same time we are acutely rather than multiple needs in multiple sectors whether we are talking about protecting women and children when we talk about places where cities have been locked down for weeks at a time. Or we're talking about food security right now because people are unable to work and don't have an income or you're talking about multiple disasters had a cycle of the number of countries and that compounds the crisis that Corbett nineteen is brought all the Pacific Tropical Cyclone Herald. I think is better. Four countries in as many days. Can you expand on what happens in a situation where you've got a health issue plus a natural disaster happening at the same time so on the one hand you could argue that up to a little bit better prepared here in the Pacific because we have to deal with a measles outbreak several months ago and some of these structures and mechanisms already in place to ensure that we fight the measles outbreak in fact the joint Incident Management Team? That I mentioned to you before was something that existed from that outbreak and was re purposed into dealing the covert nineteen similarly We have something in the Pacific humanitarian team functions. Here brings together all of the U. N. and other partners like the Red Cross and the NGOs are now we have government representatives and the regional organisations bilateral Austrailia New Zealand so those structures are in place and it really helped in some ways arguably to respond as will two TC herald which had an impact on four of the countries. All of them are in the Pacific quality which I support the Solomon Islands Tonga Fiji and Vanuatu by far based on preliminary analysis. Certain parts of Vanuatu are the worst hit followed by a couple of areas in Fiji Solomon Islands Tonga thankfully a not impacted significantly as went to sadly though twenty seven. People lost their lives in Solomon Islands. As a result of this cyclone-hit abort that Kept signs people washed off the boat and have one confirmed death in Fiji a six year old child. That was confirmed with just this morning. We're still waiting for the data from Anwar two areas of Vanuatu that We don't have any communication with in Pentecost Island. For instance the first teams have been going there yesterday and this morning to make detailed assessments but clearly we can see based on the aerial photography and other reports that some one hundred sixty thousand people in. Monroe ought to have been affected by this especially badly affected Guyland of Santo and And penticost lagoon. Bill is a second largest city in Vanuatu. In that's on the island of Center. We know that the infrastructure people's homes roofs blown off. We know that there has been some shortage of water. There's no electricity many pants. Also the that's the case in Fiji in terms of the deputy and we are very concerned about food security We think that if we don't get things sorted we will have people going hungry in a metro. Weeks the secretary-general Monster Reform Agenda in two thousand. Nineteen with this double crosses happening in areas of the Pacific Reform Agenda Aid situation. I can already see that happening in the past few weeks as we've been working together as one. Un system. I think it's an important change to how the UN has maybe functioned in some other places during times of disaster even in between disasters. So for instance if you you have all of the sectors coming together we know that this for instance Kobe. Nine hundred ninety s right now is something that is a health sector response or largely so. But it's not only you cannot possibly move your medical equipment and personnel from one place to another. If you don't have your logistics people work so whilst you have W at show and unit steph looking at the medical supplies you'll have. Wfp leading logistics identifying aircraft. And actually getting things for months the other you have other parts of the UN like U. N. O. P. S. O. U. N. D. P. who have existing long-term agreements with suppliers in China or North America or elsewhere who's agreements can be used to procure things that we need. You have like. Un Women the officer High Commissioner for Human Rights and others NGOs as well the very important issue of protection for children for women for people with disabilities when they're curfews when they're lockdowns as I mentioned before you have very important role being played by UNHCR IOM. We know that refugees and migrants are especially vulnerable at this time when borders of closed. And they don't have the coping mechanisms that perhaps People who are living in their homes half so these dishonor accept food security as I mentioned before is a big problem. It's not just a problem in the context of the cyclone because several countries that depend on tourism in the Pacific as you know some of those countries Fiji for instance Vanuatu more than forty percents of the GDP is based on tourists industry and people have no income. Now they have no income and as a result that have very little access to food. So there are agencies like F your and uplift be Undp looking at Making sure that cash transfers cash grants can take place now while of course trying to support the government's in dealing with economic impacts the medium-term and long-term economic impacts of this crisis Hannah seeing the reform saving lives. Yes indeed in fact I was not so long ago in Liberia and I was Impressed by how the UN First of all came together but importantly all of the other partners came together as well. There was something called the incident management team and we used to meet three times a week. You had countries like China and the US are the CDC sitting there with. The government was led by the government. So first of all you know these things work well when governments are able to coordinate all of the actors and would we've tried to do here is wherever governments have needed. A wanted our support in terms of accord initiative. We've done that. We support the government. The governments are still in the league but we support them. I think what I am seeing now in terms of covert nineteen in the Pacific as a repeat of what I saw in Liberia and sadly that was not always the case was also in some other countries during this Nami and other cyclones. But I do see that here. There is a commitment on the part of all of the agencies to actually come together in some sense you know having a different role for a resident coordinator has also made a difference speakers agencies. Feel that the President. Coordinator is a neutral entity at the same time is a person that the government knows Vagan Goto to without having to go to seventeen different agencies during crisis like this but it's also important to know that this collaboration between W A chore and the Resident Coordinator Is something quite unique. It's happening really for the first time and I. It seems to be working not only in the Pacific but everywhere around the world. And what is your call to actions? Nice listening but in the Pacific and globally. I believe that this crisis can only be dealt with if we work together. It is of course human nature when something like this happening on. One tends to think of how one CAN PROTECT. Oneself one's family perhaps wants community and by extension When country but at the end of the day we can't respond to crisis legs alone Whether we are an individual or family or community or country we need to help each other so as much as we need to ensure that the right protocols are in place that we do our best to keep ourselves and our loved one safe we must understand that the only way we can actually beat this is my reaching out and helping each as well and we cannot just circle the wagons and hope that this will pasta and we will be protected. We have to find ways. Safeway's creative ways using technology but if technology is not available sometime through physical movement but safely to get the expertise to get the and this applies to places where it's needed especially so that the most vulnerable populations are supported and helped during this terrible crisis.

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Thousands of Australians flee as wildfires rage

The Lead with Jake Tapper

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Thousands of Australians flee as wildfires rage

"Wildfires have forced residents to seek shelter on beaches and boasts across the Australian state of Victoria Times. The fire so powerful it blocked out the sun and turn the sky. Red Kangaroos were seen fleeing another major fire Austrailia and this thirsty adorable. Koala took a much needed drink of water from a cyclist. Australia is in the midst of one of the worst summer fire season ends record heat combined with strong winds in a major drought sparked fires across the country with little to no break in Sankt

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"austrailia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"For the days of the rental. That sounds pretty good to me. And then you just use the credit card that, you know, covers temporary use of a rental car. So you have the collision side of it. And you're good, and you're actually great because you're gonna door the trip. How do I love Austrailia? Timothy's with us on the Clark Howard show. Hi, timothy. Are you doing Clark? Great. Thank you Timothy. How can I serve you? Well, I'm I'm sixty six years old. And I just recently retired from the federal government. And currently my wife, and I received the almost all of our retirement income through the federal government in the forms of to social security checks pension, and in the future minister growing from a thrift savings plan. And I've got two questions really is it wise to have so much coming from the federal government. And also was supposed to been with the that somebody in the bureaucracy will decide to grow money out of thrift savings plan to fund the government. Well. I mean, I would be stunned if anything like that ever happened. I would be shocked beyond measure, but you never know how a society or culture changes over time. But if there was ever an issue where it became somebody made you nervous you could at that time. Due. Withdrawal of all the funds who TSP and place them into your own IRA. Right. And so and you could do that. Now, if you're worried about what possible actions might be taken against federal employees and the money they've set aside for retirement, but the disadvantage of doing that is you may have heard me say in the past the TSP is such a well run low cost plan that you're not going to be able to find an equivalent IRA. There would be as low cost for your money. Is you have with the T S P? I agree with that. I just received a statement from the TSP showing that the charges are thirty three cents per every thousand dollars invested in that amazing. That is unbelievable cheap. Right. There's no equivalent to that. So I would say I mean you follow the news. And at any point that you start to get nervous that ill winds are blowing to the point that you would become you would be invalid with insecurity about maybe somebody misbehaving with federal retirees TSP money, then you would almost certainly have plenty of time to move the money over. So I wouldn't want you on spec with nothing at all even being hinted at with TSP's being at any risk moving that money now. That's that's what I was thinking. But I was looking for some of some wisdom. Well, you looked at the wrong place. If you're calling me looking for wisdom. I don't think so. But I hope that helps in urine great shape. I mean, you got your pension all the money you saved in the TSP. You've got your social security checks. Sounds like you've got a great setup for yourself in retirement. I think I do I think I've been very diligent and putting money into the TSP. And I think it's paid off every well for me. Well, that is great news. And I hope you must love your continuing retirement. You're listening to the Clark Howard show..

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"austrailia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's good over to Bloomberg's Bryan Curtis. Well, the suppository on in the markets Paul, although you'd have to say that the indices around the region are somewhat mixed. But with a lot of is on the US China trade deal, and it looks like something is coming there. Also at American equities edging up to a six-month high. We'll see what happens when the China markets open up the China footsie fifty futures up now, thirty points. So that's about a quarter of one percent, and the last trades on Hang Seng index futures up about four tenths of one percent. But as mentioned in the cash markets you've got Austrailia in New Zealand lower by between half and three quarters of one percent. The Nikkei barely positive up attentive one percent the to cash markets that just opened Taiwan and Singapore, we see the tax attentive percent also similar gains in Singapore. The doll yen one eleven forty eight. The dollar is flat after weakening a little in the US the euro at a dollar twelve forty four noti off the table in terms of Brexit discussion. So the pound now. One thirty one seventy three against the dollar WTI. Crude sixty two dollars thirty four cents a barrel. Doug to you. Well, you mentioned the US China trade war, we know that vice premier the her is in Washington DC meeting with US trade rep, Robert lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, we're hearing that they were discussing a deal where the US would give China until twenty twenty five to meet commitments on commodity purchases. China would also have until then to allow US companies to have wholly owned enterprises in China. We have more from Bloomberg's Lisa parental in Washington. The US is said to be pushing to get an agreement on core issues. So that President Trump and China's leader Xi Jinping can hold a ceremony to sign a deal under the proposed agreement. China would commit by twenty twenty five to buy more US commodities, including soybeans and energy products. And allow one hundred percent four and ownership for US companies operating in China. This would be a binding pledge that could trigger retire. Allegation from the US if China didn't make good on its promises. There are also some non-binding changes China has offered to implement by twenty Twenty-nine. Those would not be tied to retaliation in Washington. I'm Lisa Peretti. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Well, you Sheryl Crowe was tweeting Elliott today about how tesla broken downtown's at the screen was just a night mode. You could say the same thing about tasteless sales. They might have broken down to could be a bit more complicated the Knight mode. The automaker delivering just sixty three thousand vehicles on the three months ending match. Now that was down from more than ninety thousand the previous quarter. This is tax breaks for buys in the US shrank tasteless struggled to quickly get model. Three sedans to overseas customers, and as for the breakdown on the model three delivered fifty thousand nine hundred and that was slightly below analysts estimates, Nissan's former chairman Carlos Cohn has been arrested. Again, we spoke earlier with Bloomberg's Stephen Engle. He says this time it's reportedly on charges of aggravated reach trust and using company funds. Sources are telling us that transactions allegedly mounted to as any case as. It puts the amount at thirty four million dollars to companies in Oman. And as well as Lebanon that may have been used for personal benefit of the goat of going and his family now going his issued a statement through his lawyers calling the latest arrest outrageous. And he says he's innocent yesterday on tweeted he was planning to hold a news conference on April eleventh to tell the truth about accusations against him. He's been accused of or rather assured of various financial improprieties. Softbank is said to be seeking fifteen billion dollars more for it's huge cake found the vision fund head already targeted a hundred billion dollars. Bloomberg Selena, Wayne Coles, the extra fifteen billion assign of upbeat SoftBank is about the vision fund. Clearly, very bullish about the opportunities and the return that they can give back to their investors because a piece of deal making has been astounding. So just about two years to fund is invested more than seventy billion dollars into technology companies. In wide-ranging areas from cancer detection to construction to dog walking and ride hailing. That is Bloomberg Selena one six minutes past the hour daybreak Asia. Let's get some global news now at Baxter's.

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"austrailia" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"One premium are issue. Fear March twenty third twenty fifteen. Enjoy. Heal me about that festival season. I'm gonna Austrailia don't go Thailand afterwards. Due KYW's at all Rummy. I wanna I wanna get jerked off on elephant get a soapy. What's the Sophie? It's when they get naked, and soap you up and you lay flat and a run at you in slide across you. By my junk, just across your naked body. Use me as a slip is like, exactly. All right. I'll get the Thailand is just where you stop on the way back. Yeah. I figure I'll just go there. I don't know. How long are going to hang there for days, Phuket and Bangkok and another country. I mean, another city as everything sound like screwing over there. I wanna get like five ladyboys go watch kickboxing fight. Yeah. Do that in Libya, that's the capital of fucking. Macharia? Well, that's the that's the center the hot spot. Yeah. Yeah. Never swing by a little a little. There's a little neighborhood called the vulva over there where there's tons of action. Yeah. So you go now how long the tour ustralia two and a half weeks. Melbourne, sydney. Brisbane? Do you go with other comedians, you know, people there because the big festival, but I don't know who's going and how does that work? Do they pay to bring out there? And then we see how you draw they figure out what size theater comedy club, or whatever of how much draw. I don't really know. I don't really worry about that stuff. But like throw that money in the account gone. How much I've been trying to decipher this in you, tell me. Yeah. Because last time you and I were together we were hanging out with Doug Benson. Doing your half ahead of. A whole fun. Fuck work that day. Yeah. All right. What are you trying to figure out tell you exact numbers? But he did no not numbers theory. Yeah. I have a theory that some guys are comedians because they love comedy and other guys are comedians because they want to travel when twenty two year olds and a hate work. Right. Wow. In Lance on that. Three two one of his his neck. He first started with the Benson interruption. That's where he sat on a barcalounger chimed in in the middle of your act, then he went to getting Doug with high. Eventually he's going to do a show called. You do your routine? Doug, banks a hostess from Applebee's. While riffing I followed and it's like where do you do? This beer comes living room. Doc somewhere. Because he loves comedy or because he hates leaving the house. Thank genius. Yeah. I think it's a combination as on comedy like oh, hey, while I'm doing this. Let it take me to China. Well, there's a part of war. There's a part of comedy. That's work. Yeah. You got to write shit down. I guess you got to memorize shit. Yeah. Why not just have comedians do their act while you sit in a folding chair? Yell at them. You're out. Yeah. All right. It's a genius. So. As long as I've known, Doug. He's loved twenty two year olds to though, it's tough. Yeah. Yeah. I used to look at rice start comrades pets and still girls. Junked twenties creepy and now it's like, oh, yeah. I'm the exact same age. He was when he was freeing creepy. Yeah. And I was like, yeah. Man. I get it. Yeah. I got it killing so much fun. Yeah. Well, considering I mean, I don't know what you're what you're looking for. But you know, someone did not do this. That's my main thing I'm looking for in a woman know ory, you're funny. Yeah. Any of that car? Oh, so what did you coming home? I don't have a roommate. You got your own car? You step dad must be so cool. Bought it myself. Get a large popcorn a few. So the tour the tour, and yeah, I I've always said look the thing that's cool about show businesses. The thing that makes a lot of jobs shock is the repetition and the notion as I was explaining earlier about Philip the juggler you get to go on a cruise you work two days..

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"austrailia" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"The overland is and how much of an influence and impact they had on Austrailia and the network of discovering it by can you kind of think that back in the eighteen ninety s when they were doing it to start discover Australia by bike that time would be waiting crazy. So you can then see why the race actually wants to on the land. And what they've done in how they mapped help map Australia, and we'll say being you can imagine this quiet love it. It's probably not change from when they were right in across it back, then especially in some of deep out that was really an interesting part of it for me. Neither thing that. I think I found. Interesting to hear talk about with things about using on your bike and flora gear and everything that to try and make you safe as possible the lights, but that's still doesn't really protect you from the animals, and I think. I wish free out about. I just oh spiders in busy bag. See makes my skin crawl. That's one of the things that terrifies me as you know, I'm trying to interesting. When Ruth was talking is right across the outback on just had to this kind of almost computer game style image of snakes, and spiders, and kangaroos and koalas. I mean quarterbacks on scary, but jumping out on him as he rode through that must have been a consideration for him. In fact, it was a consideration for me makes me think of the TV show. I'm a celebrity get me out of here. Doing version is I'm a cyclist get me out of here. I love the fact that he rang ahead toward the reason BAAs to announce he was coming up with our he serves the best coldest beer, I'll be arriving in half or whatever that so rupees such a people person tactic on my trial in the tour de France will ring a head and and announce our arrival in say if we can't. Get a bit more of a gold. Standard welcome. I think you can arrive after nine PM. It's not going to help you anything true. True. What we seen about right in in in the middle of the night and and practicing beforehand and just. Yeah. Darkness ways. You even more scared about the on roles in the middle of the night. Even if is a quarter, I think. Well, before we move on over to producer Tom in. He shed Tamale shed. He's going to run through a list of the handful of talk chead like to have go. Thanks. I'm currently actually half inside and half outside the shed. That's because I'm currently in the process of cleaning, my bike in all those great overland is explorers. I went on a bike ride myself this afternoon, the involved a few adventurous off road sections and some gravel now within a few meters of that. I actually gravel already got puncture as this is often about unsupported rides. I did actually change that puncture myself. Get into the spirit of things we've already talked about the transcontinental race two-time winner, James Haydon. He was on last week's episode. If you haven't heard it, please check out and this into Rupert talk about the Indy pack the Indian Pacific will race got me thinking about the races. The I all rides just June. The I might lights tape part in world is absolutely massive these all the headlines of brides. But there are so many more that you can do. So for instance, Rupe also talks about doing the race across America..

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"austrailia" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"With those fuck game. With those lax. We were just. With fog low black people. That's why guys time to play the game. We all hate the play. It's fucking gone. Article points and twenty five or how much we feel fuck with today contestants everybody. Rebel wilson. No. She is I've heard of that name. But no, she's a thing. Austrailia n- plus sized actress comedian, she's a nose like I don't even know those Honey nut does those movies are called the ones that they think. Oh that thing movie. Yeah. Yes. She's a nose movies pitch perfect. Yeah. J- perfect. She started up a controversy last week when she clients was the first plus size, accurate starring around com film. And now she's apparently blocked so many critics over the questionable comment. It's bonday. Hashtag, rebel Wilson blocked me. Hashtag. The bras may star appeared on the Ellen Degeneres show discuss a new film, isn't it romantic. She claimed that she was the first ever plows girl to be the star of a romantic comedy, and a tweet that says Ben received sixteen thousand likes Twitter user, correct. Her reveling biles Queen Latifah MO Neak Queen Latifah starred in two thousand six is the last holiday two thousand ten just right while vehicle fat girls came out in two thousand six yet is interesting too. Because. I think the person that correct? Her is. I can't remember Twitter hang handle. But I think she goes Clark kid or something like that. And this one knows classic white virginity moments where the original fence wasn't fucked up to be honest. Anyone could've forgot that shit or not known as shit. She's from Australia people do this shit all the time with starring some shit. They don't know the history of it. They just try to get a check. But then they say some shit and everybody comes in and goes that's not was a and they're like, oh, my bad. They know that I'll make sure to say that next time. I've now continuing the long tradition of plus size actresses who have rom com centered around him, and it's not about them being plus is or something like that. Okay. Co no harm. No foul. You fucked up a little bit. Some people will always be mad. But they they stay mad on Twitter. Anyway, you don't have to worry about those people, right? Nah. Nah. Nah. No. Nope. She had a double down. And that's where we end up here. That's why that's how you make the news. And somebody said I love that rebel Wilson as much as the next girl. But she is in the first place is woman to play the lead in a in a rom com. A romantic comedy Queen Latifah Monique kneecap both play rod com. Leads from half. Pint doll or something wasn't then further criticism when she defended the comment on Twitter. Yeah. I, of course, I know. Yeah. I, of course, no of these movies, but it was questionable as to whether it wanted technically those actresses were plus is when filming those movies. What? Deci. You haven't seen the movie come out just say, you have seen the movie mail. Do you not know who these actresses are to say, you don't know to actually are? Come on. Me angry. Pointed. To technically those panels categorize billed as studio round con with the solo lead. So there's a slight gray area that come up. There's no slide great area to that one. You trying to be right. Now, most of the people I saw correct the Harrow black weather, and they went in 'cause you know, day not here. Say they've seen this story. So many times new new just a new face on it the same new face based on the day. Correct. You then you go fuck that shit. It's just you know, what I say to steal. Right. So that's when the blocking wars began. Right now, if you just pretty much say anything to rebel Wilson on Twitter about the yell as getting blocked. You could say I am blocked a lot. You could say nice. You could say main y'all s is getting block. That's why I had this green shots. Okay. Florida damn time. Like, but I've been blocked by two. Yeah. Fem fame for tower and NYC change nine Rebecca revels and block me her last name oversaw, right?.

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"austrailia" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"Warning this program typically features, respectful nuance, commentary, strong language, obscure pop culture, references in serious allegations. I mean, I was the black. I was the black. Everyone. Sweden is the whitest country in the world with one exception. Yeah, exactly. Dying. When the steer the stewardess I can't. You can't say the flight attendant got on the thing was like, you know, in seven be we have a gay Jew. If you could go Pat him, he might get turned off. I don't know about that, but we don't have them. It's almost like a negro. We know new methods of attack. Welcome back to another exciting installment of the fifth column podcast. This is your almost weekly resort the new cycle of the people that make it an occasionally ourselves foster. I do lots of his creeping episode. I think it's one seventeen, but it's definitely October tenth twenty eighteen so Tuesday night and not a Wednesday night which you've been recording on Wednesdays for a little while, and I am excited to be here and I'm excited because there are so many fantastic people around me. And I mean, like really, really fantastic. We have Matt Welsh editor at large reason magazine who's back in the building and in the room just great, Michael c, Moynihan, national correspondent for HBO's. Vice news tonight also in the building in the room are a friend, our fellow traveller Mr. Anthony Fisher who is currently the senior editor at the week, which is it might be too last week. I say that and I managed to get it correct. And I don't wanna get any shit about it, but he is on his way to his new gig where he'll be the politics editor at insider. Which Fisher is business insider, they're the same thing, or are they transitioning or something they are transitioning to call it that we're allowed to call it that I think it's fine. That's that's in honor of everyone. Don't do otherwise transitioning. Yeah, it's a, it's a efficiently insider, but it both are acceptable just like cutter and cutter. Well, we have a guest with us. It's Josh zaps, ladies and gentlemen. Shula, although more culture factory, by the way, I just wanna point on Sunday, sometimes people Email and they say nice things. And sometimes they dump things in periodically they say, why don't you have cameras where you can shoot this like Joe Rogan? Does Joe Rogan Senator chair for some reason I do wish we had one today because you would turn it flip on your television, your your, and you would say, oh my God, it's Austrailia is Freddie Mercury, Josh, who has a real push, broom mustache going on here. Let me to explain. Stubby though I have an explanation. I became a father. And when you become a father, you have to growl moustache is that Secondly, my bid trimaran out of of of power halfway through mush, adding my face. So I accidentally just ended up with a slight moustache and then I was like, what? What? Why don't we just ten until kind of almost a cultural Frank on my and just keep grown. Wow. Now I am in nineteen seventies and stuff. Picturing and posted on Instagram because if any of you out there and I know so many listeners that told me that they've thought of this, what would it be like if cruising was made in Australia. It'd be like, Josh, Josh. Good. Well, we'll see you again Michael as well. Last time I saw you was in a bar in months ago in Williamsburg? Yeah, yeah. After the last time I did this show. Yes, it was very good. I like, why are you looking at time at my private life. Damn business. No judgment here. I did what I did want to say the entire show's based on j just come on, but I did talk about you guys and what you do. And I, I wanted to be just underscore that Josh, Josh zaps are very good friend is radio TV host. He has produced this podcast that he is on regularly called. We, the people live, which many of you will be familiar with. He is his show popular among intellectual dark. Web types also is the host of.

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"austrailia" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

Tony the Movie Guy

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on Tony the Movie Guy

"It's possible written that it has American influence, but it's very British, no, three Rosh whose Australian. Okay. And then the other actor is British, and then we'll Cate Blanchett Austrailia, maybe that's why. Elizabeth. Yeah, we know this about so I guess I loved. I mean, it's heartbreaking because you know, she just can't seem to have love. She's married to England as the whole thing, but it's a beautiful summary. Yeah, it's dock and it's gritty, but Elizabeth has beautifully made and I loved it. Okay. Good. Well, I'm gonna do my next one, but before I do it, I need to finish on Hugh Grant run as we left one out about a boy. I, I love going to that one. Oh, okay. Yeah. So it's Nick Homebase book. It's badly drawn. Boy does the whole soundtrack, which I absolutely love. And it's actually an incredible performance from Hugh grin. It's not just as normal, like Chami slapstick. He's actually really good and nNcholas hope was the little kid. Yeah. Yeah, right. It's it's just it's the one movie that I watched that. I mean, obviously it's really touching story. You know how they grow close to. But I was going to say that I really felt that Hugh Grant he, the performance was exceptional. It wasn't the usual funding Ronnie one that really stands out for me his. I agree with you completely. I think he's fantastic. Okay. Good. Yeah. So I mean, Hugh run plus the national treasure two we love absolutely love we do. Okay. So the one I was going to do which is one of this was sensational when it came out on the ninety s such a gritty film, and it gave the world guy Ritchie as a director, lock stock and two smoking barrels. Again, I watched that with your hubby, the manual I remember and it gave the world buddy Vinnie Jone didn't understand where that phone Vinnie cockney rhyming. Vinnie Jones was a a football player in England who became an immediate movie star from this film, Jason state them. One of his first sting is in this bloody movie, lock stock into smoking barrels. So bad ass. Have you seen this money and he's so many years ago, like I said, a non send a what I need to. I mean, you probably still understand what it's Jimmy and translate. It's such a great company. And three Nick. Trouble and strife outside the dustbin lids anyway. But yeah, it's so good. It's got such a great classic cliffhanger ending that like freeze frames. I won't give it away, but I love that movie. Everyone loves that movie. Baron classic. Natch was the big international movie with Brad that one? Yeah, but lots stock is one hundred percent British. So that goes on this list. Okay, good Joel's Usov this. I did not. Pride and prejudice. Yeah. So again, it's Keira Knightley. Oh pride and prejudice. The new one came out in the early two, thousands. It was critically acclaimed boycotted Jane Austen the though, so it's the one film that I actually like. You're an idea in. I don't know exactly why I think nation for that. I think the chemistry between her and I don't remember the name of the male actor. Ossie does see it just really worked okay in this movie, that chemistry was electric. I actually remember seeing and I remember, I mean, I'm not into those Jane Austen movies. Remember the performances impressing and it's brilliant story based on the book. And yeah, I just think I like the way it was directed and the chemistry definitely. Did you see the original? The two? Yeah, I've seen the orig-. So you say it was still good even though you definitely not as good as. The original, but it's not looks like I'm intense because I think you should watch. I think I should call them fun for the original dots. Why I was so passionate about the original. I love him as DASA. I mean, he is Dawson. That's the whole thing in Brazil Jones. Yossi Jones thing. That's right anyway. Okay. Good. Okay. Good. I will watch approved. Yes. Okay. Okay. I'm surprised that this one's so low on my list actually the full Monty on all this too. So I saw again the full Monty in theater with you together with Emmanuel whole group of people say his what happened. I distinctly remember that we wanted to go see speed or something like that action. Someone that we all liked told us, no, you have to. And we were like, I remember all the boys. We will moaning complaining a bunch of male strippers what the hell..

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"austrailia" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Lowe him with somebody named Nikki v. lem who was on Austrailia and soap opera neighbours took. She took Lindsay Williams part and also starring in the movie denegrate schon. NNcholas cage and say Dunaway and also. You mentioned amber chillers with married Randall, Emmett. I just went mission. She was in the movie, the master she played Philippine were Hoffman's daughter and also Rami Molly wife. So yeah, that's the that's pretty much it by my gay boys. All right. Bill, I love the Bill found a way to bring up the master. Of course, the only way Bill would call in. If it had the master. Yeah, it's almost like he worked his way back. I do remember Randall being involved. Lindsey Lowe, Hans life. I did not remember that part of hash Lindsay on own, although I did watch it and you're right, that show is nine hundred sent about her not wanting to be involved with the show, but unable to do the out Oprah, any chance she get like Oprah's on speed dial apparently still from that show. So that's nice. Yeah, I can't. I don't even thinking about that show because it's one of the biggest squandered opportunities like in cultural. Why did Oprah even let her do that? It's unbelievable that she even got Oprah let her, but why did she take? I mean, she was handed. She was handed a winning lottery ticket and was like, I'm not going to scratch this. Well, it's crazy. So that's great. Good to know. And let's get to Kohl's questions, actual high who agree unkind about the bachelor really important. Bachelor, I guess actually food news, but genyk Cooper who was on bachelor paradise is apparently like scammer. She like she got engaged to someone on the show, but according to reality, Steve, she's like how to more finished full-time, which is, you know, probably pretty standard, but this is the first time it's been like revealed, but she like kept him the whole time. And when the episode aired that in which she got invade, she texted her boyfriend was like, oh, no, no, no. This is just for networking and my business. And Mike, I really need the money, which is really cool, but none of the villi important the the important part is that Jenna. Looks just like Rita ORA and she said that herself like not only do. I think she would read aura, but she thinks she looks like Rita ORA. So. No, I'm getting another call. Okay. Well, just know that there's a reader or industrial in paradise. So I do watch bachelor in paradise. I've decided to make my this. This is wild that this is what it has to happen, but I've decided that I only watched what Merrick, bachelor in paradise. I do not watch the bachelor or the bachelorette I only watch Joe. That's my new role. It just makes me feel better about like the whole situation like I do not need to watch the bachelor. I don't wanna watch it, but I do love bachelor in paradise, and I think these people are like really fun to watch. So I did watch. I love island, but just like it's absurd it. It's the, it's all the absurdist elements of bachelor the bachelor franchise, but in one show just fun to catch up with what other people are saying about these people as the season goes on. And then I just see them all together, like in the big shit show that is bachelor in paradise. So this is about your parents. Lot of stuff happened couples together, whatever, whatever one, couple, this guy named Jordan who was like this almost like kind of embarrassing joke person on his season model, and he. Everybody kept making fun of him. Like the production made fun of him. He was edited so poorly. He comes on, he meets girl named Jenna who is also a villain on her season. She does kind of look like real aura and she does like Margot Robbie, which is what Bobby just said, does sort of have a who's the who's the housewife. She kind of looks like I who I dunno Taylor. She kind of looks like Taylor. She definitely like could pass for all she so reality, Steve, who you might know as the bachelor bachelorette expert econo- just like has all the inside information. He's definitely in the bed with all these producers Nazi hates him, not literally figuratively. ABC hates him. Oh my God. He spoils the winner every year. Like he's suppose the winter. Like one episode after it airs it's kind of funny..

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"austrailia" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"I mean we asked for like a full rundown and we got a full rundown will did you see the thing about the pop plant that he gave so now now the p thing so that's what she's talking about in one of the episodes he gave her a pop plant and then and then one of the other contestants peed on why like rudely i guess the bachelorette like men fighting so like dull in like inexplicable right and so apparently the thing that made the episode particularly funny so he got mad that someone sabotaged the gift that he gave soapy which was a pot plant and the sabotage was that someone peed in it and apparently the funny thing about this episode is that it was happening all of them were in animal ones it was like these like battle like no oh they're all like one of the things they were animal how i mean well so anyway he got he got her a pot plant there's like all these gifts of him like sniffing the plant because he could smell the piss are you finding this stuff did you google i dunno daily mail woman's day it's a lot of photos of jared giraffe once i think i like the jared stuff that's fine but what i really really like is you guys revealing you guys being austrailia revealing that you call ketchup tomato tomato sauce no you call yeah you call ketchup tomato sauce tomato sauce tomato sauce higherend ziambabwe i love your show new listener love monday's episode and how you guys brought up anyhow i had no idea that anybody even fall on a table we don't know how that happened a toy spelling anyways favorite benny hana's on fact is that steve aoki's dad owned and founded then hannah and i am very very curious to know if you think that if he is a who or them i asked a bunch of my friends in in our friend circle we would agree that he's them but when i think about my parents i don't know if they would exactly know who see vio he is so he who but there's a new nesic flicks documentary that shout which leads me to believe that maybe more people know about him so i don't know hoping that you can help us answer is steve ao ki ay who or them good point i could've sworn we mentioned the was the founder of maybe we didn't mabley mentioned at the live show who knows i don't know i don't think i think ending omitted on the pod but like it's great because it's great because this is like benny hana's like full of things like cbo key who is this dj who kind of represents like this edm movement that was like the early movement like the party boyfriends of paris hilton edm thing he he like like defected his dad owns benny hana's perfect because he's like come from a privileged background and obviously doesn't have to work and that's why he's a dj or at least that's why he started off being a dj yes it's kind of charming and his dad is also his data sort of all over the place which really funny like benny hana's and his only thing he wasn't just some restaurant tour like who started right he was a wrestler i this man he was ready for you like a rock and roll band then he then he stopped his band than he started wrestling he he almost competed in the nineteen sixty summer olympics qualified but he didn't compete what's his name his name is rocky a okey but i think rocky is sort of like the americanized version of his name i don't want to butcher his actual japanese name it looks like euro hero ocoee name to it looks like it's nickname in america was rocky anyway so then after that he made like a little bit of money and he invested in betting on the first one which was on west fifty sixth street in new york that's kind of amazing that like benny hana's like the foot the foot the what is it the footnote in this guy's like incredibly interesting career and that he's like this very like like this like crazy like cool person and then he gave birth steve aoki's kind of is like the same idea of do everything guy he's in the wrestling hall of fame the national wrestling hall of fame lindsey no that's of all trades i learned a lot of all trades but unfortunately the problem.

"austrailia" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

Slate's Double X Gabfest

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest

"Folks for whom it is less of a gendered insult namely the british austrailia often use it to to rid one another like man to man and i think i don't think the word is what bugs me so much as the as the judgment about sexuality you know the fact that like many men or society in general women are are celebrated for having certain certain technology and appearance for tilleke but that can very very quickly goes south when they actually exercise that sexuality so you know they're supposed to be sexy but if they have sex with people then you have to get a blood test right and there was that whole big scandal where you know i think a former miss america was d d crowned or dethroned because she had posed for penthouse or hustler and they recently actually one of the men who just stepped down recently apologized to her to say you know you you should have reaped all of the benefits of of the miss america position and we're sorry that we made you feel bad about that meanwhile behind the scenes in this email they're saying not only insulting the women's appearances and and their perceptions of their sexuality but also discussing maybe sitting personal private investigator on her to see you know these people who are criticizing the organization like let's see if we can try to silence them for me one of the questions is how are you supposed to protest this like for some reason i had an easier time figuring out the cheerleaders like we've recently realized all the nasty stuff that people are doing to cheerleaders how little they get paid how you know how kind of athletic their particular feats are how hard it is to be a cheerleader i had an easier time with that scandal that popped up but this one is like what what are are we supposed to be defending these women.

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"austrailia" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Welcome to another set of the weeds on the box media podcast network i'm matthew yglesias at were joined today by sarah cliff at an empty chair darah has straight into a stray ilya she may be on an airplane as we speak maybe listening to the we i think it's it's very far away a straight fire told i went to new zealand and it's a far yeah do you guys have podcast austrailia wants to invite us to do i'm alive shown australia interesting definitely get some kangaroos grumpy about it but he'd go yes okay okay with that invitation what we really wanted to talk about you know is very we'd zeke got a research paper about medicaid one of our favorite things but we're here really to talk about babies we are here to talk about babies as i prepare to leave the weeds view months due to a baby and be having a baby it turns out that other people are not making the same decision so we wanted to talk about this federal report against trend i'm doing what i can't keep up the fertility rate because we're seeing that it is declining may be back in two thousand fifteen when it was when people still did that yeah well you know i am more of a baby having hips hipsters sort of thing so anyone talking about this report that came out last week from the national center for health statistics that shows that once again the fertility rate in the united states is declining and talk a little bit about why that has happening should we be concerned that is happening kind of think through what this means so i wanna start off by kind of grounding us and some of the numbers this report that came out last week it shows that the fertility rate in the united states it fell to a record low for a second straight year kind of extending out this trend we've seen since the great recession of declining bursts in the united states since two thousand eight or so so the fertility rate in the united states it fell to sixty point two births per one thousand women of childbearing age which is down three percent from twenty sixteen and they also note it was the largest single year decline since twenty ten when the economy was still quite weak.

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"austrailia" Discussed on The President's Inbox

The President's Inbox

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on The President's Inbox

"South korea and singapore coast we we we were particularly interested in the in the estrada and results austrailia comes in wearing you just six okay comes in you can be popular in camper yeah well yeah it's look it's a strong finish in the reason is that a strategy it performs consistently across all the different measures australia has has a good military capability of course very strong defense networks in particular with the united states but also with a lot of military exercises with other without the countries along a lot of the different measures it does well and it's one of the lessons out of the index that countries that are that are balanced in their power portfolio if you like do well and i think that's one of the interesting the most interesting angles of the i mean what we're trying to do is to give people different lenses through which they can look at power for example we ranked north korea very low we ranked them seventeenth now that my same that my same odd at a time when it looks like kim jong his muscling his way into summit meeting with the president of the united states but of course when you look at north korea you see that all of its efforts are really concentrated in one measure the military capability or certain elements of that and otherwise it's a brittle power it's konami is very small it's it has very few very little diplomatic influence i mean you know many of us have heard stories about north korean embassies running restaurants on the side for example to generate hard currency well if you're doing that you don't really projecting you countries self power so so i think that's one of the one of the counter intuitive results is north korean what we're trying what we're trying to do is to get people to think about the different elements of power if i can just have one other point jim one of the things that i think is really cool about this about the index is that a lot of indices of black boxes and in innocence the you have to use.

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"austrailia" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"We make it up in the fact that how white just probably a little bit high there's no new zealand headquarters that they can get around okay well i think we'll move onto our second patron suggested topic this is from mike weisman who asks could you discuss how austrailia view net neutrality and how does their government regulate the internet now i i'm very curious to hear what you guys think of the whole net neutrality debate in the us but then i think it gives us a nice window to talk about nbd and telstra and how things have differed here in general to government sort of has tyke on net neutrality by enforcing terrible network these people have to use it gives us a doorway right there right into the nba no looked that's true then you try nbn yeah yeah national network which is a government funded infrastructure scheme to allow originally total fiber to everyone time every home in a strategy would have five connection that's then changed over these with the change of government anyway talked about that a lot on on many many strategy and paul gus but net neutrality is a different one i guess we see it from from a fi and we see what's happening in the us and it is quite scary in terms of the the change because a lot of australian policy and a lot of str australian infrastructure is decided or influenced on by what happens in the us and if that is net neutrality in the us then there's a very good chance that it's going to be rolled out here we're seeing different things around.

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"austrailia" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Locals wall shoes south east asia the place they make the footprints in the opposite direction to where you walk in that would be clever that would be very clever yeah some people did the all supposedly austrailia put the horses shoes on backwards right kelly's been through this was actually happened to this way put it was heading the other way but this is also in bhutan they say that yetis have the ability to take their foot off and put it on that way round that's an actual yet do factor animals shoes a few years ago scientists put boots onto dung beetles to find out how they cope with heat so cool so don't beatles they find a bull of poo and they roll it around and every so often when it gets to the really hot bit of the day they climb up on top of the board of and then they rest there for a bit and scientists wondered is that because it's really hot on the tiny desert whether walking around so if you put boots on the dung beetle you will theoretically find out whether the reason the scientists put a little silicon shoes on the dung beetles and they said afterwards turns out very very very difficult to shoe a dengue beetle they did they managed it got the boots on them and it turns out yes when you have boots on as a dung beetle you stop much less to come onto your ball so that is why it's a holiday that they don't want to get on the dung in case they get on the shoes.

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"austrailia" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"That's fair that's fair i don't know what it is when you had austrailia liquorice do not know what i'm talking about i'm not sure you know my dad is a licorice fiend but very into black liquorice which i do not like that flavor so he has all different kinds that i've not really i haven't dove into those and i'll say once again just like the snickers the twist ler it's just because that's what i ate is a kid it's kind of like you know kid you get used to the flavor but i am excited about this austrailia dot liquorice unless it has flower and two and then i'm just going to be does it has it has we'd far rum sick and wrong what about red vines no don't like the flavor yeah those are weird plenty here i see i like licorice my dad loves good and plenty you can bet they're all the black liquorice flavors yeah you can in his car in the little compartment in the middle you will always find a bag of good and plenty and my dad's car heats them all the time in fact this video long long ago and he was trying to embarrass me in the grocery store was videotaping him on we were making video and how he chooses what he chooses in his candy jurors man and do you remember what he said about good and plenty he said it was nature's by agra that's what my dad thanks to me on camera nature's viagra thanks dad will you heard it here.

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"austrailia" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"I do like twizzlers until i found out they have wheat flour in them they're not gluten free why does there have to be weep flower in twizzlers because licorice is made of wheat i think all liquor sh what already to tell you this boop crap okay so tell me what's wrong with my just like my snickers what is wrong with me tell me i like how in most episodes you're kind of unhealthy produce but then in the crap snack episode i really get tell you you are schooling me really what i'm the expert on the mood we're gonna have some editing too i know beep no okay the i don't know i think twizzlers are just like they taste like wax again and they don't have enough flavor so okay so this is my question to you are there or is there a liquorice brand out there that you really enjoy that's not black licorice that's that's got a strawberry flavor light twist okay do tell do me of all if it says austrailia liquorice pretty much that's what she wanted the stralia style because really flavorful but it's soft oh that's held widely wallaby that's really good target has a brand but yeah just soft ustralian liquorice okay is the bomb okay also do weirdly i don't like twizzlers but have you ever had the twizzlers licorice that's like little ropes that are twisted around yes and i don't like them because those are flavored cherry i like those i don't like the cherry flavor i like the strawberry flavor.

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"austrailia" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"austrailia" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Now a dead that's that's usually something that requires like a fan in the usually twopoint big most most phone chargers offer up chargers and everything else are going to plug into that can rent can run all yet to twenty anyways for twenty books though you it's looks like it's you so how many years go to like the third or the bottom picture and that one three a lot of stuff yeah yeah it's pretty cool all the ones i have josh are single plugged like single plugged a single plug and sometimes of thinking ahead i hope praying like a power splitter ikea search protector with me as well not just feels really stupid after bring with you in a suitcase well this one has two extra pieces you have to carry if you're going to go to but don't they all like it all in acts will gather note will like this there's a took eighty so on the back there's different plugs for japan south america austrailia new zealand he got the southern europe middle east africa asian caribbean 100 to to forty evil dc ten abmp but if you name the if you need to plug a unit into re britain ireland africa hong kong singapore spigno the country's yesterday's us if you need only go into the other sizes you'll have to take one of those blue pieces yeah and move it to the back and that's what i did with okay can look here so i do the the back right now those.

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