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"barda" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Especially santorini perspective. I think getting rid of amy and rainier over nicole and smash ended up being the right. Move here because your fear right in in getting rid of a tyson. Barda is okay. Now you have someone like curing wanting to flip over and work with zomba's and takeout youth. Three and i think i mean rainier had by far the tighter relationships with that other side there was the whole. Amy satiny stuff which you spoke about in your exit interview shannon renier and kieran how to relationship so ironically enough in being forced to take the two of them out they cut off that relationship and despite you know the fake final four deal being made to smash in that moment. I would say that if if you take out award or tyson. Next week i think the remaining vuna trail members are much less likely to work with smash into cold and they would emir. I mean i think that it's a tough one. Because you've you've cut off the other side closer connections but also go clinton connection esu. Has amy petit. As as we've seen like for near in the tuzon closer to everyone maybe working little hot. I knew we don't see everything i do. Think that is a tough one. But what you're saying. Joffe terms of immunity eyelid. What i've laid out at the final eight tribal council possible dynamics dozen include the fact that someone google media island possibly up there. I think that's the tough one because it is so powerful but it's also so hard to predict because you know who's gonna win that challenge so you kind of have to try and go with the best possible numbers and then back yourself to win and take your back. If it's something that you need to do so. I don't know hopefully was out with saddam because that there's a lot of tricky numbers there. I think that this erasing situation. I don't think either. Best case scenario. But i think that's the fault of the twist and i still do think like going here where.
"barda" Discussed on The CyberWire
"The folks at one password recently published a report titled hiding in plain sight. How secrets mismanagement is the next big cyber security threat. The report outlines the challenges. I t in devops leaders face when keeping track of the wide spectrum valuable secrets they're charged with keeping and securing rick van holland is a security engineer at one password and he joins us with highlights from the report. You now and w- password were were always about making secrets management's easy to everyone and we just started wondering what's going on with The folks that's the first time in the most impactful consequences to mistakes in the process. How are they doing secrets. Management and those folks of course our eighteen devils folks so we reached out to them at see what they had saying well. Let's go through some of the details together. What are some of the Things that you uncovered here and there's a. There's a bunch of interesting stuff in there in here. So the first is just the scale of the problem so sixty five percents almost two in three respondents. They say they have more than five hundred secrets. Diminish that's a large number one in five even say that they don't know how many they have. They have more than they can count. How exactly do you define a secret in this case what would what would be categorized as that. That's a great question to to define it so any any secret is something that you most often used to access other systems so that the traditional example of course are just regular passwords but especially in the endeavours cases. You you can extend that to things like api keys. It must be shared amongst the munch a bunch of people or his age private keys or client certificates. Basically anything that you use to go from one system to another now if secrets management is hard if it's hard for people to find where they keep secrets or they lose them and they need stuff being reset that slows down project time and a longer project time leads to missing delivery dates and that leads to own overall rise of cost in making your product or service. One of the things that struck me in your report here also was that It all very often. For example. If an employee leaves an organization there may be a lag time between when they leave and all of the things that they had access to get. Shut down or or the you know. There's a lot of information that can still be flowing. The shouldn't be No yeah that's that's that's a very common problem than i. I'm not surprised to see that in the reports is is just a very hard to keep track of which secrets somebody who's leaving the company had access to and it's very very hard to be complete and nolan. Is it hard to be completed. It's also hard to be even near complete on rolling all the secrets that you know that are necessary when somebody leaves and that's just because you know it's very difficult to keep track of what this person was able to access in first place so based on the information that you all gathered here what are your recommendations what can organizations do to better get on top of this right so i think what's really key here is is to remove friction so a bunch of these These numbers in our report. They really strongly indicate. Is that you know. The people are experiencing a lot of friction working with secrets management and as a result. You know you're seeing work arounds or a lack of manageability and what we really recommend setting up a a system where where where. Secrets are automatically deployed into infrastructure. Where it's easy for everybody to get access to the secrets that they that they need access to and make sure that that system is actually something that is intended to to keep track of secrets with appropriate friction and the broker access controls on the one thing. I'd like to point out in this. This ties into the into the into the reducing friction. Barda this is that you see if you look at the distribution of how many people are employing bats are admitting to employing security breaths. You know sharing secrets between projects. As did you see the number rise up amongst the bees which is quite telling. Because you know who amongst a iden- devops folks are released tolerant to this kind of friction. It's likely going gonna be the vp's but those are also in the position to to actually make a change in in how secrets management is.
"barda" Discussed on WTOP
"Months. Traffic and weather on the AIDS to Rick McClure in the W T o p Traffic Center Dick. Let's take you back around the capital Beltway through Bethesda. That's where your only slow down right now out of loot through Bethesda with a crash cleanup was completed along the right side just about back at speed along that stretch now. I to 17 95, the Baltimore Washington Parkway route 50 or all traveling well across the Bay Bridge route 50 no issues. They're still at a good pace across the bank. Three lanes West two Lanes east. At the moment issues over and Clinton authorities might be working still a couple of crashes along both sides of wood Yard road on the stretch between Route five and Woodyard wrote. Watch for delays as you approach if it's still there, over in Virginia 66 only thing happened along that stretch is broken down vehicle in the westbound lanes near route 29. Gainesville at last check was on the right side. 3 95 year Good through landmark Shirlington Pentagon. No problems headed inbound on 14th Street Bridge into the district. You're good. I 95 between the Springfield interchange in Fredericksburg. No problems reported in Alexandria Route seven headed west, just west of Beauregard Street. The right side of the road way was blocked for the crash cleanup still ongoing and through the district. Northwest. Just the left lane is getting Barda Storm debris cleanup along the outbound side of Canal Road Approaching fucks all room Rick McClure, w T o p traffic and now the storm team For meteorologists tomorrow, Theodore mostly clear to start with clouds building overnight temperatures tomorrow morning waking up, we'll be in the upper twenties. Low thirties clouds do build throughout our Monday.
"barda" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored
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Netflix's 'Tiger King' was watched by 34 million viewers in the US in 10 days, according to Nielsen
"Tiger King on Netflix was watched by 34 million people in the 1st 10 days after it was released, making it one of the most popular series of all times. It was about this little known Area in the world. Life of zookeeper Joe exotic on people who collect animals and have these little roadside zoos that we're going to talk about. Joe Exotic was accused and convicted of exploiting wild animals and also plotting to kill another conservationists who campaigned against him. He sentenced to 22 years in prison. And Ah, well, I I want to talk a little bit about. Why can you buy a tiger? Can you imagine you can buy a tiger cub for as little as $2000? Why was this guy allowed to run this roadside zoo with seem like no regulation by the government. And are there laws And why aren't there laws to protect these beautiful wonderful animals? Joining us is not really the foremost expert in the country. On this topic. Kearney and Nasserist serves as the director and assistant clinical professor of animal welfare at Michigan State College of Law. She runs Klaus Consulting on has a great podcast called Tiger Talk. Welcome to the show. Carney. How are you? I'm fine. Thank you for having me so excited to talk about this topic because it's just fascinating and let me at first ask you. How were you involved in the Joe exotic thing at all in any way, shape or form? I'm the attorney who pitched the wildlife trafficking case the federal prosecutors against him so suddenly, the murder for hire thing didn't happen until after the K five hits with already under investigation for a couple of years, you know, he was charged with multiple counts of illegal trafficking. He's charged with multiple counts of illegally killing Haider violate teenager thinking back and That's already been underway. So, yeah, I mean, I was pretty neck deep in it, actually. So you know, being involved in the animal law world as I assume you are you knew about Joe exotic. You knew about what he was doing there and people in the in that milieu knew what he was doing. Is that right? Sort of robotic has long been, you know, on the top at the top of the list of the most notorious abuser than a goiter of big cats in the country, So you know, he all of the things that made for a great reality show that a lot of people who wanted to watch it during quarantine or the things that we had already known about been accustomed to you for one time, But I told people I live in New Orleans, you know? After you've seen that person you have painted themselves head in gold body caves and thinking on top of the stair on Bourbon Street. It's not there. No wow. Factor left any more. And the same is true for Joan thought it We've been after him for a long, long time. So you know, Chicago here has two world class ooze. We have Brookfield Zoo. I grew up very close. I could almost hear I actually when the wind was blowing right, you could hear some of the noises from the animals. And then we have Lincoln Park Su another beautiful city zoo, and I had never heard of a roadside zoo. I mean, I never understood that someone could just open up. Zoo without having certain regulations. Now tell me are there now regulations that would prohibit a Joe exotic from acquiring big, beautiful animals and putting them in a zoo? Like a menagerie of animals, capped by unqualified people who just collected animals that they want to open their doors in charge. If anybody can get us life in, um like from the U. S Department of Agriculture, which is the threshold entry point in order to get animals to the public and the application of the $30 That is really what hate you open a road pie deal. If you pass a pre lightened infection know that you're probably only going to be some feel about One infection per year in the U. S. D a very understaffed. It's notorious even in his own internal auditing department for failing to enforce applicable regulations, which are very, very low standards of care. Like Do the animals have water? Do they have food? Do they get veterinary care? Then they stand up, turn around and lie down on DNA with Russell, you know, And so in a, for example, like in a state like Illinois The law states that you know you cannot own. There can't be any private ownership of of the danger of exotic animals. Not great. Sounds like a prohibition. It is not really in practice because all it requires to circumvent that prohibition is to get that USDA license tell the federal agency that you have some future plan couldn't get an animal to the public. Pay your $30 half your initial infection and rock and roll and keep those animals so a lot of loopholes in victim lives on nine Good point, Illinois. But in fact, there are four things that don't have any regulation whatsoever. Existing federal laws are fraught with the pole that are really easy to circumvent. And that's why we've seen the proliferation of roadside menagerie that can operate on DH. The proliferation the pirate in particular. Let's go back to that this issue of the laws and changing the laws and all of that, but You're telling me you pay your $30 you go through these preliminary steps, and you can get a baby Tiger. If I wanted to do that, Carney if I just said, OK, I really like these cute little tiger's My my house. Pets from the DuPage animal shelter are just not doing it for me and I and I going to qualify and I get where do I go? And how much do I have to pay to get a tiger coming in? And how hard would it be for me to do that? You may have paid more and your tax deductible donation to the shelter for your rescue dogs. You have to pay to get a tiger. You know, I know that like I paid a few $150 donation to the shelter where I rescued my grumpy old 14 years ago. Um, you can get a tiger for a couple 100 bucks. They're even free, really, and people working on the Internet. Or using the network of roads by do that are going to dump animals month. They've become too big that once they reach that passed that threshold age where they can no longer be used for the extremely lucrative cub handling called pay to play photo op bottle feeding. Twin like tigers experience. Is that the right I do love you so lucrative. Um, once we're done with that, because the animal Barda financial and safety liability and nothing when they get dumped and feed about a pet trade so often recently there was a classified publication. It was a monthly publication and very mom and pop type of day. Anybody could have tried to it and you would be Lifting every single month. Like one ad, it was involving animal option. It was road five You're looking for or looking to dump animal. Whether they're tigers, lions, bears, monkeys, other primate, zebras, giraffes. You need it. You could find it in the animal finding God.
Heaven and Hell with Bart Ehrman
"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb and I'm Joe McCormick and this week. We are going to be featuring a couple of interviews. That I recorded last week because last week Robert, you were out of quote, the office you or at least you off work for a bit and so so I recorded conversations with authors of some books one book. That's already out this year in one book. That's coming up so on Thursday of this week. We're going to be airing a conversation that I had with the author of A. A fascinating upcoming book about the evolutionary biology of cancer, but today we're going to be exploring topic in the realm of ancient history and religion. If you've followed us for a while, I think you probably know this about us that one of our favorite kind of trails to go down his tracing the evolution of religious ideas through ancient history I mean I think I've outed myself on this podcast before. As a the kind of nonreligious person who loves the Bible. Can I love to read ancient religious texts and learn about them and see how the ideas from. From the ancient world of super filtered through to us today and shape to the societies we live in, and that's exactly the kind of thing. We're GONNA be diving into in this episode I'm talking with a secular Biblical historian named Bart Erman about his most recent book, which is called Heaven and hell a history of the afterlife. This book was released in March of this year by Simon. And Schuster, and it's all about the Christian ideas of life after death where they come from ancient history, what influence their development and how they changed over time so? So there was a part that cited in the intro of Bart's book where he talks about a pew research poll that was conducted a few years ago. I think. Maybe it was in two thousand fifteen. Where it found that seventy two percent of Americans believe in a literal heaven and fifty eight percent believe in literal hell, and yet I think most Americans would be deeply surprised, even shock to learn what historians can show about the origins of these beliefs in the strange thing. Is that like the historical conclusions that Bart's GonNa talk about in this episode? Are Not fringe or unusual among secular scholars of the Bible, in historians of the ancient Near East This is utterly mainstream, critical scholarship, and yet I think regular people are especially in the united. States, are going to find it very surprising. Yeah, absolutely, and I want to stress something here for everybody, so I just got back. To work this morning and I plugged into a pre production cut of this interview and it's really it's really excellent, so if you're even slightly scared away by the idea of an interview with a secular biblical scholar don't be because Barda is tremendous. He's he's funny. Very High Energy. I think you're really going to enjoy this chat. Joe Had with Bart here. Yeah, parts full of knowledge, good humor passion for his subject. I think you're really going to enjoy the episode, but before we can do it I'll just give a little bit of background on Bart's here's his biography Bart. D Ehrman is a leading authority on the New Testament and the history of early Christianity, and the author or editor of. Of more than thirty books, including the New York Times bestsellers misquoting Jesus, how Jesus became God, and the triumph of Christianity, and that last one's really interesting. It's about how Christianity took over the Roman Empire and went from a really small religion, too dominant religion of the empire, and just a matter of a few centuries anyway, so he is a distinguished professor of religious studies, the University of North Carolina Chapel, Hill and he. He has created eight popular audio and video courses for the great courses. He has been featured in time. The New Yorker The Washington Post and has appeared on NBC CNN and the daily show with Jon Stewart as well as the history channel National Geographic Channel BBC NPR, all the hits his most recent book is Heaven and Hell just one more thing before we get into it I. WanNa mention obviously we are dealing with. With the audio constraints of of remote recording in the age of Covid, nineteen, so for example around the twelve minute mark in the episode there is briefly some background noise that sounds like a fan was turned on or some rain. It only lasts for about a minute or so, and so please just put up with a little bit of background noise, and it's very brief I promise. It's not the sounds of hell right. Now audio recordings of the underworld leaking up through some sort of mining microphone right? The well to hell was not unleashed office. So yeah, I would say without any further ado. Let's jump right in. Bardem and welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks so much for joining us today. Yes, thanks for having me so your Book Heaven and Hell I just finished reading yesterday, and I I really really enjoyed it. and I want to say that I started reading this book. It very opportune time because though I didn't plan it this way. I'm also currently in the middle of rereading. Rereading the divine comedy, actually my wife and I are reading it together and of course, the divine comedy Dante his wonderful poetry, but it's also psychologically fascinating because when you go through the theology of Dante, you get the sense of somebody who is simultaneously ingenious and thoughtful, and in some ways very intellectually bold and open minded for his historical context, but in other ways. Dante's also very limited and provincial in a word medieval like the way you see him taking so much pleasure in designing horrific tortures for his enemies from these. Petty Thirteenth Century political struggles in Italy. Working with ancient religious texts do you find yourself encountering? This kind of irony embodied within the same author or traditional lot
"barda" Discussed on KCRW
"PCs, Max and servers from data loss due to crashes and ransomware at I drive dot com slash NPR. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. In France. Young men who look black or Arab are 20 times more likely to be stopped by police. That's according to the country's human rights ombudsman, NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports. Do. The couple's two young men are acting as my guides in this public housing complex in a mixed neighborhood in the east of Paris. 22 year olds take me to a plaza where they used to hang out. Jeremy Barda Shay says. They were constantly harassed by the police. Just go out in the morning. My daily routine was to eat, sleep and get stopped by the police. I thought that was normal. That it was like that for everyone barred Ajay and his friend Lucas via Tech are now part of a class action lawsuit. Slim Ben assures the law You're representing them. We're suing the states in many, many cases to a challenge. Police brutality and racial discrimination through litigation. Bennett sure says it can be difficult to prove because France does not keep statistics on race or religion since the Second World War, when statistics made it easier for the authorities to round up Jews and deport them. Then assure says he gets that, but you can't fight discrimination if you don't measure it, So we're in a catch 22 because of the French republic principles and because we all the same, we shouldn't talk about discrimination. We tend to think that we don't have to do the status takes the status status to American. A recent Human Rights watch report titled They talk to us like we're dogs, documents how baseless and repetitive targeting of minorities is driving a deep wedge between communities and police while doing nothing to deter crime. Look for Sitio in the video, a 13 year old says he was first stopped at the age of nine or 10..
"barda" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"HHS has warned of the darkest winter in modern history if proper virus steps are not taken Rick right former director of the biomedical advanced research and development authority went before Congress warning that the corona virus pandemic will only get worse without a proper plan blaming the trump administration for not taking his warning seriously bright who has a PhD in immunology previously filed a whistleblower complaint claiming that he was involuntary removed from Barda and reassigned to a post with the national institutes of health after he refused to go along with messages from the administration that promoted Clara quinine a malaria drug that had been not proven to be effective on cold with nineteen other mixed feelings about that there are some other doctors who say it indeed works let's check in with Howard bloom author of the global brain and his latest book we just had a mon Einstein Michael Jackson and B. for his weekly report on the coronavirus Howard what John cover this week well here's a situation we now live in a country afflicted with two different plagues one of the Democratic Party corona virus a highly contagious and lethal virus and forcing us to lock down our economy and use social distancing to prevent the deaths of up to two point two million Americans the other is the Donald Trump coronavirus trump's followers all this lockdown stuff is just a plot by Democrats to kill the economy so Joe Biden can beat Donald Trump in the upcoming November elections according to the pro Trumpers the corona viruses no worse than the common flu or the risk of an auto accident we are not suffering from the most lethal plague since the Spanish flu in nineteen eighteen we are suffering from what Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel son Daniel called the pelo C. school of fear mongering according to the trump loyalists it's time to end this unnecessary the lockdown stop this dictatorial socialist infringement on a constitutional freedoms get back to work not to mention back to bars we can practically spit into each other's faces but let's look at the facts in reality we will reach a hundred thousand deaths from the corona virus by next Tuesday that's twice as many people informed either killed by auto accidents or the flu in the year which means that if we manage to hold us down to the current rate we will have three hundred thousand deaths are the years and a third of a million deaths three times as many deaths as auto accidents and the flu combined but recorder right the former director of the biomedical advanced research and development authority of the department of health and Human Services told the house energy and commerce subcommittee today exactly what you said that.
"barda" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"There are strategic national stockpile did not plan or have any of those in supply so my urgency to find a solution to that was supported by the FDA director of the center for a CT our age it is and devices and diagnostics as the FDA and that once I confirm that there was a shortage and it was critical that we find a solution and that was by parting with our department of defense colleagues who work with us for the bone response we actually work with them to ship and does has a bone of axing from Germany to the United States so it can be filled rapidly to respond to the outbreak in Africa so it was a natural occurrence or or or you know response for me and my colleagues in Barda to come up with a solution to that critical supply master this where the inner restrictions in place in Italy that would require secretaries are to to move forward with the requested DOD and what we needed to enact that an air bridge with department of defense was we needed our secretary of aids xrays are to make a request of the secretary of defense and that I had my eye and my colleague Dr Gary does pro raised on this issue with our and our senior leadership meeting with Dr Carolyn kill tears that meeting they ask and it clearly was not a topic of the heat that he won discussed on that day and actually we were rebuffed by him saying that he did not really want to talk about swaps right now and both doctor just run I raise this concern repeatedly in that hall so knowing that it was critical and time sensitive and we had a critical shortage of these farms I placed a call to Mr Navarro's office once again and ask Mr Navarro can offer some assistance in contacting the secretary of defense to get clearance for DOD to put those airplanes in place and the contract we have and that happened in a very quick turnaround a matter of minutes without permission from the soccer defense we were able to start those flights within two days we now transferred back over twenty five million swaps are you saying that you alerted White House adviser Peter Navarro about this issue is that right yes and within hours literally within hours he had coordinated with the due to start these flights to transport the swans yes Sir this seems like a logical response to the analysis that you provided what is truly perplexing to me is why anyone would resist such an initiative and that's a rhetorical question I wanna ask you to to answer that finally we still don't have enough testing supplies I don't understand how and why that is possible I understand that converting an auto plant to build ventilators might take a little time but how can we be struggling to get adequate supplies of simple supplies like swaps what does this say about the federal response to the growing of ours outbreak it says to me is there that there is no master coordinated plan and how to respond to this outbreak we don't have a strategy or plan in.
"barda" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Additional twenty five billion dollars for St Louis St Louis a covert nineteen testing plans and for research development and other testing support from key federal agencies such as the city say they and I and Barda this is a significant package it does just what I outlined the evening we passed the cares act back in March the senators continued to stand by the American people watching the cars are going to affect an ad in funding when necessary to keep programs that are working well it's unfortunate that it took our democratic colleagues twelve days to agree to a deal that contains essentially nothing that Republicans ever oppose in my view is indefensible that main street small businesses are workers have their assistance cut off for partisan leverage that was the word of choice for one leading house Democrats leverage the American people cannot be political leverage so I'm glad we're now Paul poise to move ahead following today's Senate action which by the way was passed by unanimous consent of the house expected to take it up on Thursday also from the Senate floor democratic leader Chuck Schumer of New York now my friend the Republican leader tried to bypass negotiations on such an interim measure he tried to jam through a bill that would have increased funding for one small business lending program but not others when they were all running out of funding his proposal did not attempt to fix the dire lack of lending to small businesses that are truly small under banked under served minority or women owned and his proposal included nothing at all for our health care system nothing to address the national shortage in testing nothing to help state local or tribal governments who are breaking their budgets to fight this disease all of us want to help our small businesses all of us but this emergency demand but this emergency demands we take action on many fronts so we have spent the last week negotiating with the administration treasury secretary Mnuchin chief of staff meadows as well as speaker Pelosi and house Democrats with us the Senate Democrats to improve the legislation we reached a final agreement earlier today now there are plenty of disagreements between our parties these days but once again we are coming together to pass this legislation by unanimous consent not a single senator objected I want to thank secretary Mnuchin I spent hours and hours with him at all hours of the day I want to thank someone I didn't know very well chief of staff meadows who's very good at making sure an agreement can come to fruition even in the wee hours of the morning of course I want to spend I thank my dear friend and partner eager pelo see and I want to thank leaders McConnell and McCarthy who at the end of the day did not let partisan disagreement stand in the way of what's doing right I'm doing what's right for this country the justice department is considering legal action against governors who continue to impose stringent rules for dealing with corona virus that infringe on constitutional rights even after the crisis subsides in their states the Attorney General bill Barhydt telling radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt that blunt means to deal with the pandemic such as stay home orders and directives shutting down businesses are justified but only up to a point has the president done anything anything at all to give rise in you to a concern that he does not respect the constitution or intend to abide by its separation of powers never never at all the rhetoric go ahead Mr treasure read Arik is been deeply deranged at times we hear dictator authoritarian when applied to the president is there anything he's actually done that's departed from well worn furrows of presidential authority now I as I said in my federalist society speech and when you actually look at his record over his actions have been you know well with them the traditional rules of law and has been litigated patiently through the court system usual song Attorney General records citing yes that's a good record thus far in terms of winning jul sovereignty seems to confuse a lot of the press out there I mean they really seem to be confused as to whether the president or governor ought to do something in particular it's usually complicated by overlapping authority have those authorities yet collided in your view Mr Attorney General well right there they can be intentional and there are potentials for collision I think you know there it went one of governor act obviously states have very broad police powers what a governor act specially when the governor does something that improves upon infringes on a fundamental right of a or a constitutional right they're bounded by bad are and those are situations are emerging around the country to cemex and and I think we have to do a better job of making sure that the measures that are being adopted are properly targeted they also can run into the federal wall under the Commerce Clause circled star government promised because we do have a national economy which is the responsibility of the federal government so it is possible that governors will take measures that impair interstate commerce and and just where that line is drawn you know living peacefully justice Thomas is not much of a fan of the dormant Commerce Clause have you yet seen an example that would cause the department of justice to go into court and seek a declaration that any particular governor's order or edict has violated the the dormant Commerce Clause not yet those comments earlier today by the Attorney General bill bar on the Hugh Hewitt radio program now to the states would begin in Albany where New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced that he will re open at a different rate in different regions of the state a growing number of elected officials across New York as well as business advocates have promoted the idea of what they call a regional variants in recent days more from today's briefing with the governor and is you see the overall curve is on the way down and that is good news certainly the net change in hospitalizations is down knives down as much as we would like changing into basins is down and that's always good news because into basins means a person is on a ventilator eighty percent of the time when people are on a ventilator they don't come off the ventilator in a successful way the number of new people in the state who walked in the door yesterday or were diagnosed with covert is thirteen hundred that is down and that's good news relative to really bad news which is what was happening up until then right we have to remember remember out our calculus of good our definition of good has changed here good is now not terrible but on a on an absolute scale thirteen hundred people walk in the door with covert on a single day in the state of New York that would not be good news in any other context between the size of hunters we're living in hi this is Erie County buffaloes in Erie County New York and you see the numbers we had a dramatic increase in your county and then basically a leveling flat little uptake yesterday number of total total hospitalizations in the area three day average again basically flat these numbers are we're not taking any of these one day numbers even three day numbers as absolute this is a new reporting mechanism that just was put in place so from a statistical point of view I don't know exactly what the margin of error is with all due respect to the gray statisticians doing this we've been watching the spread all across the state because this is light stamping out a brush fire you need to run to where the fire is and put it out there so we were watching for spread of the fire from downstate New York towards upstate whenever we see a small fire starting we jump on it right away testing I solution at cetera but that's remained fairly constant and that's also good news that from governor Andrew Cuomo who by the way it was in Washington earlier today in a face to face meeting with the president to talk about testing in Illinois governor JB Pritzker is now saying that new coronavirus will not peak in his state until mid may well Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot predicted the state the state homeowners could remain intact into June The Washington Post holding a video conference with the Illinois governor and this question from a reporter Robert Costa but president trump as you well know criticize you by name on Monday just yesterday claiming you quote didn't understand your state testing capacity what's your response to that statement by the president why don't watch those press conferences because I just told you what he said yeah I appreciate it I you know I I I you know I try to base all my opinions on fact but that's the truth of the matter is that the president doesn't seem to understand the difference between testing capacity and getting testing results testing capacity what he's referring to is Hey you've got enough machines in each of your states to run tests that will give you you know hundreds of thousands of results well he may be right any is right in Illinois but when he's not right about is we don't have the supplies to run those tests so you've got the capacity because you've got the machines but remember you need everything from swabs to you know V. T. M. viral transport medium to RNA extractor you know reagent and if you don't have all those and by the way there's a worldwide shortage of all of those things then you can't run a test and then add to that that in order to do what he's suggesting you have to run these machines twenty four hours a day and seven days a week well many of these machines are in private doctors offices in private hospitals you know in order for us to even run any tests you have to have an agreement with those doctors are with those hospitals which we've tried to do it cross the state but then you need the lab technicians that can actually run those tests for you well guess what in order to run machines twenty four seven you three shifts of lab technicians on I'm on these machines so the idea that we could actually do that without the supplies without not flat technicians that you know it's kind of crazy so what we needed was for the federal government still need the federal government to enact the defense production act to make it easier for us to obtain the swabs in the BTM and the the reagent that we need none of that has been done at the federal government well hello that's the mistake that has been made all along here we could have organized this and let this at a federal level now everybody including libertarians would tell you that the purpose of the federal government at a minimum is to manage a national emergency and this is a national emergency that's not being managed well from the White House that full interview with the Illinois governor is available online at washingtonpost dot com.
"barda" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The phone numbers websites everything you need to know but yes because of the reduced schedule if you have a certain route that you're running and you want to know Hey how often it is going to run I did by go to a website look up that information in advance to make sure your rob's gonna be there when you need it T. barter dot com is the number there and Kris Jenner we appreciate your joining us on the A. M. Tampa Bay this morning thanks a lot guys have a great day and that's screws Janick the director of communications for T. Barda it's eight seventeen on A. M. Tampa Bay then we go to the newsroom right now and Chris pregnant governor dissatisfied has yet to issue a statewide stay at home order in part because the White House hasn't told him to do Santos as a recommendation to close the state from the culvert nineteen task force would carry a lot of weight with them but it hasn't come Florida has eighty seven deaths from corona virus so far with sixty seven hundred confirmed cases the disease continues to affect those on the front lines of the pandemic Sarasota Memorial Hospital says two more employees have come down with the virus this makes eight employees who have tested positive for covert nineteen including one who had to be hospitalized but has since recovered the hospital says several employees have been asked to self isolated home for two weeks Florida isn't the only state worried about people coming in from other states Hillsborough County man's Hawaiian vacation is off to a bad start the White Tucker of Tampa arrived in Hawaii on Monday but he was arrested for violating the state's quarantine laws Hawaii requires travelers to self isolate for fourteen days the sixty two year old allegedly didn't do that he could get a year in jail I'm Chris Franklin newsradio WFLA knowledge exports I'm not a five three W. D. A. E. N. A. M. six twenty sports center on merit Jacob said the number controversy can officially be put to bed no change for Tampa bay's biggest offseason siding Tom Brady will continue to wear number twelve for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin will switch over to number fourteen Godwin told the Buccaneers website no transaction or compensation was involved he did post a picture to Instagram with him wearing a number fourteen Jersey NFL team owners formally approved the plan yesterday to expand the post season fourteen games that will begin with the upcoming twenty twenty season the NFL last expanded their Playhouse in nineteen ninety increasing from ten to twelve teams the NBA and national basketball Players Association are discussing scenarios for withholding up to twenty five percent of players remaining salary should the regular season games eventually be canceled the NBA continues to hope there will be a resumption of some part of the regular season and playoffs in the wake of the corona virus pandemic for more these stories will set a Tampa Bay sports radio ninety five three W. D. A. E. N. A. M. six twenty where you can check out the Pat and Aaron show starting at noon your track coming up next the city's A. M. Tampa Bay on news radio WFLA have you still not refinance your mortgage will soon you might be kicking yourself in the head.
The State of the Antimicrobial Arsenal
"The latest reports on the krona virus outbreak put the number of infections at nearly seventy five thousand and deaths at more than twenty one hundred against the backdrop of the outbreak. We spoke to Evan. Low Chairman of the Anti Microbial Working Group and CEO of Para Tek pharmaceuticals about the global changes that are fueling the threat of infectious disease outbreaks the state of the antimicrobial arsenal. And what needs to be done to spurred the development of new agents to combat the rise of deadly bugs? Evan thanks for joining us. Well Thank you Daniel Very excited to be here with you. We're going to talk about the anti microbial working group the state of the Anti Microbial Arsenal. And what we should make of the recent Wuhan Koran virus outbreak. Perhaps we can start there. I don't want to get into the specifics of the virus. But how does a virus like this emerge? Well you know it's one of those things where Situations where I think. At the end of the day nature always humbles us right in terms of our state of understanding of science and similar to ours and other Potential outbreak. Such as he bola as well is that I think we are still for some of these viruses Just now Trying to understand them and Once we understand them and then there's an opportunity to try to create a preventative vaccine And I think the challenge here is not only creating a preventative vaccine which could take years But also to develop atrovent Or adjunctive Therapeutics You may have seen the announcement today. Where BARDA EXPANDED THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH REGENERATION? Specific Look at potential. Antibodies to Treat the corona virus and in addition to that. I think Daniel as you know as you are an Aficionado of this antibiotic space and Infectious East space. That you understand that you know going back to the nineteen eighteen pandemic where they were Fifty million deaths worldwide. We know that half of those deaths occurred Primarily due to secondary bacterial infections primarily due to pneumonia and in the absence of antibiotics. You saw the the The mortality rate there as well so An important part of the treatment of endemic is not just the prevention related to antivirals. But it's also involved antibacterial In order to actually Deal with the secondary infections and more most commonly with Viral infections like corona virus or typically. It's antibiotics affective Against Pneumonia type of Infections there are a number of factors that are conspiring to increase the movement of infectious diseases from abols to Mana also making it easier to spread to populations throughout the globe with speed. What are some of those factors that are shaping the modern landscape of infectious disease? Well I think that I think in when you look broadly across infectious disease. I think that you know. An animal husbandry as you look at the use of antibiotics for the raising of cattle chicken swine etc You know I think those Settings are ones in which people worry about. Those antibiotics having similar mechanisms of action to antibiotics. We use today for humans to have cross resistance. developed and I think when you look at the SARS outbreak where there was a resonant host in an amicable civic and in other settings Where you have These viruses that reside in in Animal hosts that When they are ingested by humans sometimes they actually decide to jump from animals to humans and in this particular case Surprising to many folks is the fact that it's gone human to human and So far today. The infection The pace of infection has not seemed to extinguish yet. How well equipped are we'd respond to such outbreaks and is enough being done to monitor or contain them. Well I think that you know. China is being very aggressive currently and we hope there will be will be beneficial I think because of the attentional understanding today of their long of the long invasion period with this corona virus You know the horse may have gotten out of the barn here. You see many many cases across the globe They're having already and we're learning that it actually seem to be able to pass From human the human Quite Quite easily so when you think about preparedness which is what you're getting at with regards to pandemics or pandemic viral infections. I think it's one of those situations where you hope that you have what you need Stored somewhere and the United States takes that approach specifically with Our Strategic National Stockpile of antibiotics and potentially vaccines As well I think some of them have been aimed more towards prevention from bioterrorism perspective. But I know that the CDC has a very consistent and very large commitment to containment with regards to the treatment of Potential pandemic flu with their own strategic national stockpile as. Well I think that the cautionary no here is that what you may have read about With regards to some companies that have Devoted some of their spend experimental programs forward. Four Corona virus is gonNA take upwards of a year to identify potential vaccine. And then you have to be manufacturing distributed so it's not something as a prophylaxis that'll be readily available and we're still missing the therapeutic to be there so if you don't have it on the shelf can take years and years and years develop therapeutic and so I think from from a pandemic preparedness perspective. I do think that this is a Very much of a wake up call for all countries not just in the United States. And what role does diagnosis play in? All of this. How important is it to have proper diagnosis of these conditions? I think you've got you've got. You've got the therapeutic mean you've got the you know the prevention aspect with regards to vaccines right. Yeah very much so you need the diagnostics and the ability to use what's called Rtp CR polymerase chain reaction to identify the corona virus very very helpful The challenge though with the corona virus from a diagnostic standpoint is. I don't think that epidemiologist or ID physicians quite know yet Where the shedding event actually occurs for corona virus whether it happens early infection or whether it happens late in the affection and I think the shedding timing is really important to have effective quarantine as part of the Approach and then. Finally you also need as I said earlier. Adjunctive antibiotics to be able to deal with not primarily the viral induced. Newman itis inflammation of the loan. But what happens when you have that? Viral Newman itis or inflammation of lung. Is that you basically have compromised the normal protective layers in the lungs to keep bacteria from infecting the primary lung tissue. And that's where you do need adjunctive antibiotics on the shelf in your strategic national stockpile in order to be able to know in order to be able to deploy that on a timely basis in order to save lives and use the term shutting referred to the point at which the virus expands. That's right multiplies. And then it's Very much within your droplets. And your billy to actually communicate that through You Know Air Airborne droplets. That's right
Visiting Virunga National Park in the DRC
"I'd like to welcome to the show. Neil from Ireland. WHO's come to talk to us not about Ireland but about Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo meal meal? Welcome to the show thanks. It's great to be here now. We're talking to an Irishman about an African country. What is your connection with Virunga National Park Mark with DRC? I came across Franca. Maybe like a lot of people scrolling through next lakes and came across to Verona documentary was Oscar nominated donated a couple years back Across and when I watch this and I saw the conservation work being done there. I kind of felt a nose and the theon says well ever since we've been kind of keeping tabs on the park keeping tabs on to charity in the work. They're doing kind of daydreaming about coming here someday. Someday and fortunately a couple of months ago we got to choose and spent eight days in the park. And if we I wanted to put it on a map we're in the DC. So were in the western half of the southern part of Africa and where we within the Democratic Republic of Congo Virago. National Park is Roy's on the eastern edge of the DRC. And if you were to put on a map you're pretty much in in debt. Exact heart of Africa. So there's a very large cece Ghouma which is about a million people and the park ruins north from there along the border with Rwanda and Uganda excellent. And why should someone go to for National Park. Okay so I just Kinda tree. Main reasons people generally go to vulgar. I I swear I is the picture postcard. It's near Dongo Volcano. So for those of you don't know it's one of the only active laugh lakes Exon art so it's very very unique thing. I think there's only seven in the whole globe so that's a really big attraction the second power to to this is melting guerrillas. So again there's only three places on earth you can see mountain. Gross National Park is one of those and then finally when I'd say as Virunga is one of the oldest and degrades national parks on earth and wounded world's gray conservation projects and you can visit it with almost no other tourists so it's really a chance to see a great African National Park pretty much share says and when you say there are only a couple of other places you I can see mountain gorillas. You happen to be a stone's throw from them when you're in a national park absolutely so not grits. Basically the only live in the mountains and those mountains straddle the Rwandan Ugandan and DRC barter so within an hour urine in basically it's the same guerrillas and they actually do pass back and forth across the border and thrown guys just worn out those treat locations but there's some differences in in terms of price ace and the size of the group. You'd be with so can talk a bit about this when we talk about grits Deidra okay but really that areas why. I wanted to make sure that people understood is where we're win. We're all the way over there to the east. That means we're really just across the border from Uganda. What kind of are you going to recommend for US earth too? So I know gingerly generally on your podcast for kind of a week. Itinerary and Veronica some flexibility when we're going as far as Africa absolutely and I guess a lot of guests if they go to Africa. They're likely to maybe tag. This onto a maybe a wider trip or wider safari. Sorry so Veronica is actually very flexible so anything between kind of two days to eight days. You're going to see quite a lot. And there's kind the four main sites within the park and depending on your interests and preferences you can mix and match them so if you really only want to see the volcano you can be in forty not eight hours if you want to do everything about eight days and what we did was we. We spent quite a lot of time. There we dare nineteen days so we did everything quite a bit of detail and we can talk data entry but you can abs- dookie slice and dice it to fit your time-scale excellent and where should we start anyone. Visiting Virunga is going to be coming through the lower city of Goma. Now Goma is kind of an interesting place For want of a better. That's word so it's it's a city of a million people would huge number of those being UN peacekeepers and NGOs. It's always been in the power of the word. That's a little bit chaotic. And I found when I was looking at open. Your your listeners. Might find interesting is if you go on Google alert. There's two the twin cities. Most people will come in from Rwanda your fly into Kigali which is only about two to three hour drive into the border crossing and there's a town Cassini and Rwanda which is more twin the goal Matt Iran Roy's teacher. There's no real clear bar between the except if you look look on Google alert you can. Even if there was no barter on the map you could absolutely tell the difference between Rwandan D. R. C. On one side of the dimap map. There's these beautiful houses. Lovely Straight Roads Gardens Greenery and on the other side during his chaos absent whose that notre chaos and to be clear. You're you're side absolutely but chaos in isis going. So is an unusual place. I think the feeding on got there. It was kind of POMPEII in waiting. So the first thing that would really strike you when you get into Goma is developing near Dongo frames your the entire view so you look out over the city and in the very near distance is an Uruguayan. Go at eight. Tenths give out a a lot of clouds of smoke pretty much all day round and that's not a fake sewing. Volcano is very much active and erupted in two thousand and two was the most recent and and Flow True City caused quite go to visit damage. You'll still see when you drive through to see see places where say there was a two story house house and now the entrance is on the first floor because the whole ground floor is now basically solidified lava. It's an unusual usual spot. It's not one that I suspect. Most visitors spend any great toy man so like false wego barter and we a mess our guide who took US pretty much true Goma without stopping so we drove through the city. It's perfectly safe during the day but you kind of I think the most interesting power to the city is just to see I think for anyone who's experience either hasn't been in. Africa are as experience maybe more to safari lodges and that client side. It is a good introduction to maybe some of the more real day to day experiences underground it would awake in your senses for better or worse. But it's very interesting place to pass through and you mentioned meeting your guide. How did you find a guide for this trip? Spoiled it being quite a complicated power to the world. This was probably one of the easiest trips. I've ever taken so to go to the National Park because of the security region the organize everything centrally. So your point of contact would always be the national park and they have a specific tourist department that looks after all logistics. Ice was wanted under things that concern me day. One was a land border that I have to cross in Africa and does not always a reassuring thing to be doing so actually when I was underground founded wonderful laws when you cross the border into the DRC. There's actually a very very modern building thing that was actually funded by Howard. Both I think is one of he wanted years. He does a lot of charitable work so he actually Biz modern. Warren Buffett. Aso's Sorry Actually Warren Both its broader or other. Okay yes so. I think he's actually a partner in the business and he's also equally successful at he's actually hugely involved in Goma and national packets of and as has done amazing work. And actually when you go around here you'll see lots of signs bearing these names where he's foundation has done. Great work to actually Barda. Crossing itself is fantastic. It's like a modern kind of airport tight building and wanted conditions. Wins all of this very fancy building being used was that for the National Park. Were actually given an office inside in the Border Patrol area. So when you go in you don't meet Garrett's you don't meet people checking your passport. You actually meet your tourist. God who will take her passport. Kgo Eight eight-point scenes and organize everything for you while you sit comfortably in their tourist office so for anyone who's nervous about crossing borders navigating like that this is absolutely nucle- The easiest thing in the world it's not something to be concerned
"barda" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Expressed by the host of this program documented to be almost always right? Ninety nine point eight percent of the time and one of those things coming up right now. All this talk about holding bar in contempt. The actual vote hasn't happened. And the White House has not a certain full-fledged executive privilege. The dance is still going on. There's still a bunch of votes that have to happen before full-fledged contempt is voted. I they judiciary committee led by Nadler that crazed punch of people on the democrat side have to vote for it. Then asked to go to the whole house. Now these happen. I mean there. If the judiciary committee votes, it out the whole house will take it up and vote for Democrats run it so but it hasn't happened yet. And the White House is not declared full fledged executive privilege. They have announced what is called protective executive privilege which applies to specific things, but not everything and it establishes. It's it's it's their response in the dance here in on the game of chicken still going on Nadler thinks that he can still force Trump and Barda he'll by threatening to hold bar, and contempt and that they've all the speechifying today in the house, both sides, Republicans and Democrats. But there hasn't actually vote on it yet and the media to watch this kind of funny to media has been breathlessly reporting for. Almost four hours. Now, the vote is the vote is coming on holding bar in contempt. The vote is not imminent. It may not happen. The dams is still undergo underway. So the White House declaration or assertion of protective privilege is not blanket. It it primarily is their response. Okay. You're gonna hold this guy and contempt if you do that we're going to declare full-fledged executive privilege. Nobody wants that. Because you people are gonna be freezing yourself out for as long as it takes the courts to adjudicate this. So it could well be that there will be a resolution. I don't know what it would be. Don't misunderstand. And I'm not privy to go. She going on at the moment. I'm just telling you that they have not voted contempt yet. They keep threatening to and the media keeps breakfast reporting that it's imminent, but it hasn't happened yet. And if it does happen in the committee that Nadler runs it still has to go to the full house, which is just I mean, it would take time for this to happen. The media, of course, wants the story to advance they want all of this to happen. And so they're they're acting like it is a a fatal complete. But it is isn't yet. It may well happen. I have no feeling for it. How it's gonna go. If you're a if you're only source for any of this is the media, then you probably already believe it has happened. And this is why I'm taking the time to tell you that it hasn't. These are public threats both the whole bar in contempt and for the White House to assert executive privilege. And they are still trying to find a resume. Now, the wrestle out of what it would be. Because what the Democrats want is an unredacted version of the mullahs report, and that is not lethal long. Lawfully permissible. It's not legal. Because of the grand jury testimony in there, and some of the people peripherally involved that have to be protected, so they won't be ruined. So the media doesn't start knocking people have nothing to do with anything. But they were interviewed. They were looked at because there was thought maybe they might have something to do with it. There's all kinds of raw data in this. That has to be redacted as a matter of law. Congress passed the law that grand jury testimony cannot be made public. And here comes Nadler in his band, Mary Democrats, demanding bar break, the law and unredacted everything. So they can see it. Now, they are promising never news people are promising that there will be no league that nobody will see it. But on this committee and the White House. They're buddies saying B S that the minute we give you a number Dak version of this within seconds. It's going to be all over the country. Everybody knows it. We'll see how that actually how actually adds up. I want to go back to the tax story here. I wanna play for you to montages to show you that the Democrats now in the media have actually begun to recycle things that they tried before that didn't work. This massive story in the New York Times. Trump didn't pay taxes after losing one point seven billion dollars. Worse business man in the history of America lost more money than anybody who's ever lost, Trump sucks. Trump's this. They tried this in October of two thousand sixteen. They got three pages of Trump's nineteen ninety-five tax. Remember, Rachel, Maddow, promoting all day long that they had Trump's tax returns for nineteen ninety going nuts, and then her show happened, and she only have three pages with nothing significant and everybody was livid because she hadn't built everybody up to believe they were going to run out of a campaign that night. We're gonna prove Trump was was was was in bed with the Russians. It was going to happen right there on MSNBC and all she has three pages. All they ever had. And there was a montage of the media reporting all this that we put together. And it's the same thing that's happened. Now with this version of the tax story. So let's go back October second and third two thousand sixty and this is the montage that we put together. When they tried to take Trump out of a campaign with this tax story at that time. Here's a guy who's running on being a brilliant businessman who took a loss of almost a billion dollars in one year. A guy who's selling point is gonna run the government the way I run my business. He lost nearly a billion dollars. What kind of bad business called you lose nine hundred and sixteen million? He's not really a great businessman at all all the money. He lost someone who is running on his business record, but suffered a billion dollar loss. Business failure nine hundred plus million dollar loss. Three casinos went bankrupt in nineteen ninety-five airline went away Basel hotel plaza hotel. How is this genius business accurate? That's you the names here, savannah Guthrie, John Heilemann, Charlie rose, Julie pace Jonathan Karl Alison Cammarata and freida Cuomo now. This. Illustrates a point that I made there's not a single journalist. And maybe not even an elected democrat. Who understands capitalism respects capitalism enough is educated is informed enough to have any idea. How to airlines Trump's business organization? Trump's tax returns, they see Trump reporting nine hundred sixty million dollars. Well, what an idiot. Oh my God. How are you buddy? Send to run on great. Visit guys running he doesn't pay taxes on it gang. Well, that's even worse. That means he's not doing his public. These people are so uninformed and uneducated yet, they sit in a position of condescending arrogance. There's not a one of them that could do once magin of what Donald Trump is done in his life. And yet they sit there. From there supposed- perch of loftiness above everybody casting judgement casting versions when they wouldn't have the slightest you put them in the CEO chair of the Trump organization tomorrow and tell them to keep running it. They would be clueless. But just remember let me remind you savannah Guthrie. Here's a guy running on being a brilliant businessman took a loss of almost a billion dollars guys selling point is I'm going to run the government the way I run my business, John Heil. He lost nearly a billion dollars Charlie rose what kind of bad business. Remember that? What here is the montage the way put together last night this morning and listened to how almost identical. It is a loser. And not just any loser. He's the biggest loser. Biggest losers certainly a contrast to his both. He was the biggest loser. Among all tax payers in the country. He was actually. The biggest loser. So he's literally the biggest loser. A former apprentice host the biggest loser. Biggest has lost as much money right losing a hundred million dollars. Plus on average a year for ten straight years is remarkable feat. He lost twice as much money as any other person in the United States, plus more money than nearly any other individual American tax payer, the president lost more money than almost anyone else in America. How do you lose all that money? Like, how do you lose it? I can't fathom how you could lose that much money in a year casinos losing money. The house always wins. Well. Not always not a visit Trump casino. All right. That's just last night. And yesterday. Actually last night this morning play play number fourteen again. So you can have quick memory. This is what happened the same story came out in two thousand sixteen listen to cut fourteen again, the guy who's running on being a brilliant businessman who took a loss of almost a billion dollars in one year, a guy who's selling point is I'm gonna run the government the way I run my business. He lost nearly a billion dollars kind of bad business to lose nine hundred and sixteen million. He's not really a great businessman at all all the money. You lost someone who is running on his business record, but suffered a billion dollar loss. Business failure nine hundred plus million dollar loss. Three casinos went bankrupt in nineteen ninety-five airline went away hotel plaza hotel. How is this genius business accurate? They're recycling. It now folks this is old news. It's old news. Nobody cared about it in two thousand sixteen. This did not run Trump out of the campaign after the NBC. This Hollywood video by the way, if after all the other October surprises, this was going to be Trump didn't base, Texas. Trump lost big Trump incompetent. Even came up at a debate. Here's the same story recycled they didn't care about it. Then they're not gonna care about it now. And let's go back to this program. This is me October third two thousand sixteen nineteen ninety-five the New York Times called Donald Trump that comeback kid. And it's one of the reasons why he wrote the art of the comeback. I'm making the New York Times it has broken the law to publish three pages of his nineteen ninety-five tax return back in ninety five. Call Trump the comeback kid ever member. All of that. I remember, I do, you know, one of the ways in which Trump was claimed to be a genius back, then well, it's not just the way he negotiated with the banks. Trump had even know quite what the terminology is here. So forgive me. If if I if I state this in less than precise terms, but what Trump had done was a rain. Change his loans from banks. So that if they foreclosed on him, they would go down to Trump was the original too big to fail in other words, and if they called his loans, or if they foreclosed and took everything he had which was then worthless because of the bubble in the financial crisis, but real estate crisis the banks would have gone with him. And so that actually led to the banks and another round of debt or underwriting and Trump came back. So he was the original too big to fail. Now that phrase holds negative connotations today in terms of bailout banks, Trump was not bailed out by the government. Trump was unveiled by like banks in two thousand eight were Trump had arranged his finances with the banks of eight couldn't close him out without closing himselves down. And there's a lot of criticism of Trump for that back. Then I remember a lot of people see, but they were jealous. That he had been able to pull that off. And tie his fortunes, so exclusively to the people who had lent him money. Now, he had borrowed a lot. And he borrowed a lot on the strength of his good name any Bartle watt on his personality. And a fact that he was building and presiding over in ever growing real estate empire. And so it didn't take any chicanery for the banks to lend him a lot of money. They thought it was a wise business decision. Then here came the real estate crashes and things happened in ninety five and they were so extended Trump they couldn't foreclose on him. Now back then too big the fail was a huge compliment. And the New York Times wrote that big story praising Trump's business acumen the same bunch. Well, if totally different bunch of people now, but the same paper today writing what a buffoon. He is what wanted idiot. What a cheapskate what an any business tight me wasn't lost all that money, and he didn't pay any tax. And now, they're even recycling that. I would I would say folks they've they've run out of material if they're having to recycle all of this. They can't let go of the mullahs report. They can't let go and Trump colluded with Russia, even though it has been shown conclusively didn't happen. This is the this is the slow descent. To insanity. The all too many have have seen in real life with friends and family. We're watching it happen now to a political party. I gotta take a break. We'll come back and continue your phone calls after the.
"barda" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Us express by the host of this program documentary almost always right? Ninety nine point eight percent of the time in one of those things coming up right now. All this talk about holding bar in contempt. The actual vote hasn't happened. And the White House has not asserted full-fledged executive privilege. The dance is still going on. There's still a bunch of votes that have to happen before full-fledged, contempt is I the judiciary committee led by Nadler in that that crazed bunch of people on the democrat side have to vote for it. Then asked to go to the whole house. Now, these are happen. I mean there if the judiciary committee votes, it out the whole house will take it up vote for them across run it. So but it hasn't happened yet. And the White House has not declared full-fledged executive privilege. They have announced what is called protective executive privilege which applies to specific things, but not everything and it establishes it. It's it's it's their response in the dance. Here is the game of chicken. That's still going on Nadler thinks that he can still force Trump and Barda he'll by threatening to hold barn. Contempt. And that they've all the speechifying today in the house, both sides, Republicans and Democrats. But there hasn't actually a vote on it yet and the media to watch this is kind of funny. The media has been breathlessly reporting for. Almost four hours. Now the votes is the vote is coming on holding bar in content. But the vote is not imminent. It may not happen. The dams is still undergo underway. So the White House declaration or assertion of protective privilege is not blanket. It it primarily is their response. Okay. You're gonna hold this guy contempt if you do that we're going to declare full-fledged executive privilege. Nobody wants that. Because you people are going to be freezing yourself out for as long as it takes the courts to adjudicate this. So it could well be that there will be a resolution. I don't know what it would be. Don't misunderstand. And I'm not privy to go. She ASICs going on at the moment. I'm just telling you that they have not voted contempt yet. They keep threatening to and the media keeps breathlessly reporting that it's imminent, but it hasn't happened yet. And if it does happen in the committee that Nadler runs it still has to go to the full house, which is just I mean, it would take time for this to happen. The media, of course, wants the story to advance. They they want all of this to happen. And so they're acting like it is a fate a complete. But it isn't yet. It may well happen. I have no feeling for it out. It's gonna go. If you're a if you're only source for any of this is the media than you probably already believe has happened. And this is why I'm taking the time to tell you that it hasn't. These are public threats both the whole bar in contempt and for the White House to assert executive privilege. And they are still trying to find a resume now the wrestle. I don't know what it would be. Because what the Democrats want is an unredacted version of the mullahs report. And that is not lethal log away. Lawfully permissible. It's not legal. Because of the grand jury testimony in there, and and some of the people peripherally involved that have to be protected, so they won't be ruined. So the media doesn't start knocking people had nothing to do with anything. But they were interviewed. They were looked at because they thought maybe they might have something to do with it. There's all kinds of raw data in this. That has to be redacted as a matter of law. Congress passed the law that grand jury testimony cannot be made public and here comes Nadler in his band, Mary Democrats demanding that bar break the law and unredacted everything. So they can see it. Now, they are promising get Nadler in his people are promising that there will be no leaks that nobody will see it, but us on this committee and the White House, and everybody's saying be S that the minute we give you an unredacted version of this within seconds. It's going to be all over the country. Everybody knows it. So we'll see how it actually how actually adds up. I want to go back to the tax story here. I wanna play for you to montages to show you that the Democrats now in the media have actually begun to recycle things that they tried before that didn't work. This massive story in the New York Times Trump didn't pay taxes after losing one point seven billion dollars. Worst businessmen in the history of America lost more money than anybody who's ever lost, Trump sucks. Trump's this. They tried this in October of two thousand sixteen. They got three pages of Trump's nineteen ninety-five tax. Remember, Rachel, Maddow, promoting all day long that they had Trump's tax returns for nineteen ninety. Remember going nuts, and then her show happened, and she only have three pages with nothing significant and everybody was livid because she had built everybody up to believe they were going to run out of the campaign that night. Ever gonna prove Trump was was was was in bed with the Russians. It was going to happen right there on MSNBC and all she has three pages. All they ever had. And there was a montage of the media reporting all this that we put together. And it's the same thing that's happened. Now with this version of the tax story. So let's go back October second and third two thousand sixty and this is the montage that we put together. When they tried to take Trump out of a campaign with this tax story at that time. Here's a guy who's running on being a brilliant businessman who took a loss of almost a billion dollars in one year. A guy who's selling point is I'm gonna run the government the way I run my business. He lost nearly a billion dollars. What kind of bad business decisions cause you to lose nine hundred and sixteen million dot really a great businessman at all all the money. He lost someone who is running on his business record, but suffered a billion dollar loss in business failure nine hundred plus million dollar loss. Three casinos went bankrupt in nineteen ninety-five this airline went away hotel plaza hotel. How is this genius business acumen? That's the names here, savannah Guthrie, John Heilemann, Charlie rose, Julie pace Jonathan Karl Alison Cammarata and freida Cuomo now. This. Illustrates a point that I made there's not a single journalist. And maybe not even an elected democrat. Who understands capitalism respects capitalism enough is educated is informed enough to have any idea. How to Ed allies Trump's business organization Trump's tax returns, they see Trump reporting nine hundred sixty million dollars. Well, what an idiot. Oh my God. How can you buddy? Send to be run on great. Visit look at us guys running. He doesn't pay any taxes on it gang. Well, that's even worse. That means he's not doing his public. These people are so uninformed and uneducated yet, they sit in a position of condescending arrogance. There's not a one of them that can do one smidgen of what Donald Trump is done in his life. And yet they sit there. From there supposed- perch of loftiness above everybody casting judgement casting aspersions when they wouldn't have the slightest you put them in the CEO chair of the Trump organization tomorrow and tell him to keep running it. They would be clueless. But just remember let me remind you savannah Guthrie. Here's a guy running on being a brilliant businessman took a loss of almost a billion dollars. A guy selling point is I'm going to run the government the way I run my business John highly. But he lost nearly a billion dollars Charlie rose what kind of bad business. Remember that? What here is the montage that we put together last night this morning, and he listened to how almost identical. It is is a loser. And not just any loser. He's the biggest loser. Biggest loser is certainly a contrast to his both. He was the biggest loser. Among all tax payers in the country. He was actually. The the biggest loser. So he's literally the biggest loser. Former apprentice host the biggest loser. Biggest one has lost as much money right losing one hundred million dollars. Plus on average a year for ten straight years is a remarkable feat. He lost twice as much money as any other person in the United States, plus more money than nearly any other individual American tax payer, the president lost more money than almost anyone else in America. How do you lose all that money? Like, how do you lose it? I can't fathom how you could lose that much money in a year casinos losing money. The house always wins. Well. Not always not a visit Trump casino. All right. So that's just last night. And yesterday. Actually last night this morning pl- play play number fourteen again. So you can have quick memory. This is what happened the same story came out in two thousand sixteen listen to cut fourteen again, here's a guy who's running on being a brilliant businessman who took a loss of almost a billion dollars in one year, a guy who's selling point is I'm gonna run the government the way I run my business. He lost nearly a billion dollars. What kind of bad business decisions cause you to lose nine hundred and sixteen million? He's not really a great businessman at all look at all the money. He lost someone who is running on his business record, but suffered a billion dollar loss. Business failure nine hundred plus million dollar loss. Three casinos went bankrupt. In nineteen ninety-five this airline went away hotel plaza hotel. How is this genius business acumen their recycling it now folks, this is old news? It's old news. Nobody cared about it in two thousand sixteen. This did not run Trump out of the campaign after the NBC access. Hollywood video by the way, it's after all the other October surprises. This was going to be Trump didn't bays Texas drunk loss. Big Trump incumbent even came up at a debate. Here's the same story recycled they didn't care about it. Then they're not gonna care about it now. And let's go back to this program. This is me October third two thousand sixteen nineteen ninety-five the New York Times called Donald Trump that comeback kid. And it's one of the reasons why he wrote the art of the comeback. I'm not making the New York Times, it has broken the law to publish three pages of his nineteen ninety-five tax return back in ninety five. Call Trump the comeback kit ever member all of that. I remember, I do, you know, one of the ways in which Trump was claimed to be a genius back then. Well, the it's not just the way he negotiated with the banks. Trump had. And even know quite what the terminology is here. So forgive me. If if I if I state this in in less than precise terms, but what Trump had done was a range his loans from banks. So that if they foreclosed on him, they would go down to Trump was the original too big to fail in other words, and if they called his loans, or if they foreclosed and took everything he had which was then worthless because of the bubble in the financial crisis, but real estate crisis the banks would have gone with him. And so that actually led to the banks and another round of debt or underwriting and Trump came back. So he was the original 'too-big-to-fail now that.
Showdown looms between Congress and attorney general over Mueller report
"It was a week of mounting tension in Washington between the Trump administration and Democrats in congress attorney general William Barr refused to testify Thursday before the House Judiciary committee in his place. An empty chair chairman Jerrold Nadler says if bar does not hand over the unredacted Muller report and its underlying evidence. The attorney general will be held in contempt of congress history will judge us for how we face this challenge. We will all be held accountable. In one way or the other. And if he does not provide this committee with the information at demands and the respect it deserves is the bars moment of accountability will come soon enough. The Justice department objected to Democrats demand that bar take questions from staff attorneys who worked for members of congress. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy defended bars absence, one time has staff question the cabinet level of oil. And that was during the impeachment hearing that same day speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi accused of committing a crime or from ABC's Mona Kosar Abdi on Capitol Hill. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the attorney general line to congress about his handling of the Malla report. The attorney general of the United States of America was not telling the truth to the congress of the United States. That's a crime below sea. Then accused bar of now being loyal to his oath of office. But rather to the president nobody is above the law. Not the president of the United States and not the attorney General Motors are Aldi ABC news, Capitol Hill. The Justice department called Pelosi's words, reckless irresponsible and false many Democrats want the attorney general to resign are did testify about the mother report Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary committee where he faced tough questions about the Muller letter. ABC's Mary, Bruce, covered it all from the capital just hours before news. Broken Muller had complained to the attorney general about bars decision to release his own summary of the reports conclusions Muller voiced his frustration in a letter to bar on March twenty seventh writing the attorney general summary did not fully capture the context nature and substance of this offices work and conclusions. Adding there is now public confusion about critical aspects of the results of our investigation, the letters its navy, and I think it was probably written by one of his staff. People Muller wrote his own summaries of the report and twice as Barda released them, but Barr refused. The two men later talked on the phone and bar insists Muller did not accuse him of misrepresenting. The report there were not taken of. Of the call. May we have those notes? No, why not. Why should you have bar new of Muller's concerns when he testified last month, but he didn't reveal them when asked about concerns from the special counsels team members of the special counsel team are frustrated at some level with limited information included in March twenty four th letter that it does not adequately accurately necessarily portray the reports findings do you know what they're referencing with that. No, I don't Democrats demanded to know why he didn't tell them about Muller's letter. You say you were not aware of concerns by answer to question. And the question was relating to unidentified members. I talked directly to Bob Muller. Not members of his team for your
"barda" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC news Zahn, Chuck Sivertsen, special counsel, Robert Muller in his Russia report just out in past hours says President Trump's efforts to influence the Russia investigation were mostly unsuccessful because the people surrounding him did not carry out his orders. Those refuses may also involve potential areas of obstruction ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. We're still working through this. But I count five people close to the president who refused to follow the president's directives on issues that would have raised obstruction of Justice concerns. So here you have the people that are with the president that are closest to the president. That are the most loyal to the president refusing to carry out his directives because they felt presumably that these would be illegal really an extraordinary tapestry here looking at this. They may have protected the president from himself if they had gone through with any of these the implication here is that there would be an obstruction of Justice case, President Trump is putting a positive spin on the reports. President Trump today. Celebrating the release of the redacted special counsel report and having a good day to who was called. No collusion. No obstruction. Mr. Trump has been referring to the investigation as presidential harassment and his attorney Rudy Giuliani is calling this a total victory. He says, quote, the report itself is nothing more than an attempt to rehash old allegations. But the special counsel report reveals multiple instances, where Democrats will certainly question if the president's actions were unethical if not illegal on his ABC news. The White House report cites at least eleven potential areas of obstruction of Justice, which attorney general William bar said do not warrant prosecution democratic congressman Eric swale who's running for president is calling for Barda resigned. Saying the attorney general is acting as the president's defense lawyer Paris investigators now think an electrical short-circuit was the most likely cause of the huge fire at Notre Dom an official says it's still too dangerous for investigators to search the rubble inside the devastated cathedral. You're listening to ABC.
"barda" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Attorney general William Barda hand over the Muller reports a congress today. Fox's Jared Halpern is on Capitol Hill House Judiciary committee, Democrats are not expected to get a copy of the special counsel report by the end of the day. This is the deadline set by several House Democratic leaders for the attorney general to hand over the full report. Instead attorney general William bar lawmakers. He should have a redacted version ready by the middle of this month. Tomorrow the house. Judiciary committee is expected to authorize subpoenas to compel the report's release on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. Some Senate Democrats want to abolish the electoral college and are expected to introduce a constitutional amendment this week. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote in two thousand sixteen but Donald Trump secured the presidency by winning the electoral college tally. Same thing happened in two thousand when Republican George W Bush on the White House in a disputed election against democrat, Al Gore time again for state, mandated English language arts tests, students in grades three through eight will sit for the tests this week, but officials with the state's largest teacher's union. Once again, saying the tests are developmentally inappropriate nicer executive vice president Joe leaned Branko tells news channel thirteen benchmarks that set the proficiency rate or broken and invalid last year's computer based tests. She says were a disaster that she says students and parents do have the right to opt out, but what we really want them to do is speak with region. And the Commissioner about these changes that we know needs to be made now so students actually fit for tests that are developmentally appropriate. And when they're finished with these tests that the proficiency rates reflect the work that they've put into these math tests are scheduled for next month. City of Schenectady is looking for a new public safety Commissioner Michael items is stepping down after just under a year and a half on the job. Former county judge was hired in two thousand seventeen after the state's highest court ended a nine year legal battle by ruling. Commissioner.
"barda" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"So, of course, on like the darker end of that like it would just escalate to like gangs of New York. It's perfect. I love it. This is one of those episodes that does kind of like it stays with the main story for a bit. And then does take some pretty sharp turns like laddy gets owned by like people people has to round or same. As will help our gets passed around does. Because like it belongs to right? Also, the blind guy. Yeah. Yeah. And then I think around here is when Homer discovers that laddy is gone to and says you both dogs. I feel about giving. And that of course, reminded me of Marie condo. Going through. So this actually has a really good moment right out of that where you know. Basically we reveal that the dog is not here. So let's play that clip. Who what you lick messy baby? Eddie dad why he's not coming. I gave him away mayor bar want you happy with. No, it just wasn't the right dog for me. I'm sure he'll be happy as a police dog keep his mouth shut. Well, if that's what you think is best. Let's just go down to the kennel and get Santa's little helper back. We can't he's not in a kennel. I gave him away to and I don't know where he is both dogs away feel about giving. Sorry. I know it's wrong. They missed everything up. And now, I don't have any dogs at all. We'll just get your new dog. I don't want a new dog. I want little hill per well. Crying isn't gonna bring him back unless you tears smell like dog food. So you can either sit there crying and eating canister can of dog food until your tears smell enough like dog food to make your dog comeback. Well, you can go out there and find your dog. Headed dog food. Wish. Was without a dog. Fully stocked with dog food. I understand. It really is one of those lines that that end the there really are at least five lines in this that are truly top notch. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So we get to check in kind of on the I guess the repo people, and it's always nice to get the other towns people going through the same thing. Yeah. Mo- is there and take fuller? They say you got to pay your bills like I don't want to. Yeah. Obviously feels like no. I don't want us. This brings me joy to pay my electric Bill. So we go down a chase Barda trying to get to the bottom of this. It's just become a whole new kind of upset. But basically, we get a lead that some guy address took Santa's little helper we immediately go to close of Harry women's legs, we pan up to see Selma. And she says, you know, that she didn't or or wasn't her. And then we find out that it was Willie. And there have there's a big misunderstanding. I would say as a child this the funniest. Oh, he's my my dog. And he had your dog. I can't do the accent. But he he says. Yeah, I ate him. And he's horrified. And he's always getting. Being very villainous. And then what does he say, I eight hated little phase? Yeah. The way he what barked? Yeah. Because oh you hey, because yes, he goes. And I ate the mess. He left on the rug. You know, Bart understands the the issue, but for some reason that really makes him stop in his tracks Koi. You heard me. So. Let me I think that's a good. It's just such a crazy logic to just he was saying it wrong. But he still did. Yeah. That's like the most inflammatory say, and then from here we finally get to the blind man wind guy that has you know, pulling our heartstrings. Where's this episode gonna go? It is interesting that this has two new characters by name mentioned. And they're both like Mr Mitchell, and Mr. Robinson just kind of like, oh, yeah. Why not I whenever I'm like writing those kind of throw away characters. But I give them a Mr. like official thing. Sometimes you don't wanna right blind guy in a script if I may pivot ever, so briefly. Oh, please. When I was like twelve or thirteen in like learning guitar and like, riding music and stuff..
"barda" Discussed on Savage Lovecast
"Hi, dan. I am a thirty year old Laird female Lian, Texas, now, I. Have been the husband for about four years. We've been married for six months. Now. My question is we always listened to couch for so on Craigslist. So I did pull up his Email to see if we got any hits I type in Craigslist in search Barda just narrow down the emails, and when I did that I see that he had replied to a personal ad on their now. I know there's a log on reckless anymore. So that tells you how old this reply, but what I did Chuck the date of that Email. It wasn't weird dating for about six months. Now, I get him about it because we were together at the time. And he did tell me that he did. So then Email, and he almost cheated on me. But he said when we were first dating, and he didn't know where where they really ship was going at the time we've been together for four years, and I had no inclination that he would ever cheat on me. I hundreds. Percents thought we had a perfect relationship. And now a perfect marriage. Now, we planted hunting a child with his man, and I love him more than anything. And I always thought this relationship with one hundred percent perfect and found out that he almost to me. I just feel still upset and hurt. And I can't stop thinking about it. Am I reacting grudge relations you made it for years into a relationship six months into the marriage still believing that you two were absolutely perfect for each other. And this relationship was perfect. So about time the scales fell from your eyes. I think because no two people are perfect for each other. And no relationship is perfect and people sometimes think thoughts and sometimes people get online. They get 'em sites like Craigslist or that used to get on sites like Craigslist and they contemplate their options. They throw out a line to see if there are any nibbles, even if they don't wanna get bit. Even if. They throughout the line intending, maybe to get bit nibble, and then they panic and realize what a good thing they've got. They don't wanna screw that thing up and they don't follow through with. It sounds to me like he didn't follow through with it. If you find his Craigslist emails, usually you will also find the confirmation in those emails that a plan was made to get together. A concrete plan was made to get together. You don't mention that. Which leads me to believe that there are no concrete plans made that he wouldn't have made the mistake of deleting the Craigslist emails where he was just putting himself out there and then deleted the emails where he was making a concrete plan to get together with someone. So what happened six months into your relationship? You are already. Sure that he was the person that you wanted and he wasn't on quite the same time line that you were he was maybe not sure yet he was still deep in the dating discovery process thinking about perhaps making a serious exclusive monogamous lifelong commitment to you. And at that moment, he thought well is she what I want? Maybe there's somebody else out there that is better for me. Not perfect ring. No one is perfect for me. And in contemplating his options, he appears to realize that. No, you were the one he wanted that. You were the best choice for him. I think you should take that as a compliment. I think you could take that as a compliment, you can latch onto it. And you can say oh my God. I thought we were perfect for each other. And I've just discovered something that I should have already known to be true that we're not perfect each other because no two people are absolutely perfect for each other. Or you can tell yourself he had choices, and he chose me that there were other women out there on Craigslist, and probably other places that might have been interested in him. And there may have been a moment when he was tempted and yet he chose me. I was who he wanted and he had options. You can take this as a compliment that strengthens your marriage, you can take this as an affirmation of sorts and kind of a Bank shot affirmation. Nobody Nagas committed relationship. No one who is more certain about someone sooner than that person was certain about them enjoys contemplating that person not being on the same page, not moving at the same pace, not being certain about you as you were about them at the same time that.
"barda" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To leave your body on that field. Finally, see going in. I didn't see it going. That's the thing. I looked at. I saw his move. And so I thought that's how I know how the book went in. That's how it took me. A few seconds to realize it was really end. That's why delayed reaction, but there was definitely a sense of relief in your celebration. I had a lot of apportioning lately. And I think I was working really hard to to finally get the monkey off the back in. I think is good to get that one. And obviously stammers been feeding me he had been making great pass to me. I'm around the net. I'm trying to do the right things. But it was good to finally get that one that one so feel to kind of go into the bye week here with with a performance like this. Yeah. Of course. I mean, it's good to go into break feeling gear that Barda ourself. I think we we played a pretty good tonight. It's like it's going to be a good stretch after but for now, we're gonna. Go to debris, happy and and see what's coming ahead after any plans for the break. I'm going in Bahamas with my wife guests enjoy it. Thank you. Thank you. All right guys post game scores presented by. Indeed. Are you? Hiring within diedhiou can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than Syrian unqualified candidates and online dashboard get started indeed dot com slash higher like game in the Atlantic Division Panthers. Leading the press three one early in the third. Our next game is on the thirtieth against Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh at eight o'clock. Pre will be at seven thirty we wrap it up here tonight. Thanks, everybody involved for helping with this broadcast. We'll be with you again on the thirtieth Tampa Bay defeat San Jose tonight six three and you heard it right here on lighting radio..
"barda" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Hurry, Katie here next to Barda roast means to do what to it. So barred a roast is that when you make incisions and stuff it with things that Barton. No that's learning. Phone a friend. The audience knows everyone is feeling very strongly. Does anybody in the audience knows it's than you do wrapping it what? Wait, wait, wait. Hold on. Hold on. What are you offering for Molly moon to these gentlemen, if he wants to help? Well, he's also about and win a prize. So whatever he wins. No matter what wrapping it in fat courageous. I'm giving that to Jim. So smart. All right. Katie question. Number two. What makes broth different from stock? What makes Barat different from stock? I use those terms. One begins with. I'm going to say the addition of vegetables is that what makes them different. No, no, what is it tears roasted and when he's bullied. Nope. No. Not what we're looking for anyway. Broth is made from meat with meat, not bones. The answer. Bravo best. The rich people make the broth. The people make the stock interesting. All right. I got it. Katie question. Number three. What is a bomb bay duck? Is it a cocktail a type of hen a fish or Tapeh Jin Bombay duck? I don't know. But it sounds like a delicious cocktail does. It's actually a fish. I bet it's a delicious fish in a really bad. Cocktail definitely is about duck. Katie question number four for you. What is the difference between roasting and baking you have some options? There's no difference at all baking is only for cakes and pies or roasting uses higher heat. I always think of row seen as a higher heat methods. Fakey?.