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"barry mind" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:24 min | 1 d ago

"barry mind" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"There's no point having co in the world if it keeps that was one of the things against the latest forty nine of course, when we talked about that in one podcast, as well as nineteen sixty seven, no cars ever wasted such a performance advantage. To not win. It's all that. Yes I think he's going to probably be part of that rule was segment of the package. Worker. While I guy is there for debatable I mean seventy-nine there were a lot of. Issues. Threat to. Win Allen's who is still with the team and Barry Mind. He was one of the finest. Test drivers. His feedback was minimal, but it was always spun accurate and deposited scales onto his son which will come up. but yeah, I mean I think the the two K. was shockingly get I think it's very Interesting that. Even you considerably. You consider a lit- grateful one cows. John. Boehner was involved in and he picked the TCI for the front cover of his biography is being the apotheosis of. His achievement. AK. Finally, came good in the final round seventy-nine. And our goal is got. The way in and then just walked away from the team because he is fully out with Jim. Hill. And handed over the case to Johnny Rutherford I, mean I think we should take into account and it was so far ahead of its time that Johnny Rutherford immediately. adapted. To it and had such an perform it. Yeah I, think accessibility. Has To be part part of this. especially. In the Kate Exactly and the for someone to just step in, he said within a couple of laps. Going round. Phoenix flat and he said it caught him out just how strong Jeez ways that. Like he actually felt a London springs his lungs. Having air squeezed out there and actually letting out a grunt because he couldn't believe the G. Forces taking the shepherd around Phoenix. But the fact that he had the bravery and could immediately tap into its potential. Shows you how what do user friendly device it was binding. I think it eighty-one as well. It should have one more He actually got pretty unlucky I. I think Charlotte filled with a little. Too much too because it goes penske then started applying it. Roseburg is that any different from a lightning seventy-nine immediately being superseded by the Williams Ex W. O. Seven Basically taking what was loaned by someone else, and then make you better by making the under floor stiffer to give mighty grand the facts what. It's a remarkably similar store. Quite. Well. Before we before back decision on the chaperone and I'm very pleased that there's a chaperone there because I'm a bit of a big fan of of Jim who were. Just very, very cool. The next one analyst is the Pinch Penske PC ten, which doesn't move things on in the same way that the two K. does. It also manages to be successful across the rule change where you've got graphics and they haven't anymore. Because obviously got rick mears within tightly two. Then, onto senior, doing the job in eighty-three. So it's got slightly longer longevity than Chaparral hasn't moved the game warning the same way. And actually MRIs own the big one doesn't it in one of their multiple indy-500 finishes? In, God forbid the I criticize Rick Master As. A hero but I mean that was more a combination of slight misjudgements and Rick. Rick shrimp a little too early he fails and also and penske taking gave him a little too much gas in that final stop says cobwebs at bit heavy. Otherwise yet he would have been passed awhile which, and let's not forget that wildcat was based on the FW. Layout as I think I had. Maybe. Game on, but it is to me it's like the there's any. Off The ground effect air. and May is. When they took the only ground the facts off they realize that everything was pointing in the wrong direction he says the college, just a Munster I. because light none of the spree. Everything had been so subsumed by the effect grounds fact. That Yeah. The spring writings were way off The camera tie with everything was wrong. The Cobb it it's grounded factor being so. Inordinately. Strong. It it was just Just Moscow license things which is why Ground effects to that extension never come. As Testament to penske. And the team for reengineering into being successful without with that I mean, I mean praise for Penske's not not hard to come by, but that's just another example on top of something but but but Jay okay. So do we go you for the call start that starts the ground effects revolution in Nico although on Davis says he's the candidate Zanny, the peak of. before it's the rules change. Well I think we had this this problem lost them on the forum focus comp- recalls protests when we're trying to work out whether we bring the seventy-nine forward given the it started the revolution bitten continue it the P. C.. Tan is sort of like the Williams or the Brabham in this situation where it's at the ground effects kit the ball rolling. I'm a bit torn. I think this case. Yeah penske. PC. Ten was a fantastic car. But there's some some luster in the chaperone name. I'm more swayed. At this point enzyme..

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"barry mind" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

The New Influence Podcast

07:31 min | Last month

"barry mind" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

"Wines and then did you branch out or you still do English wines or am I completely off the mark on that one? Now you not the I'm the podcast that it was only English wine and I think that. quite Obsessive personality and liked to canoes, subjects, and what I'm finishing my going cools US hunter vote of wide and full all these. Big. Historic regions baggage aboard our real Cairo O'Brien places like that. They already have chronic deep experts in veterinary Hav just segment information bit. It'd take a license Lenovo staff would being which one trade felt quite as it was still quite managing his eight, six hundred vineyards in the UK and ninety about two hundred dollars commercial. So is GONNA pop by design in King missile medalist APP is no huge amounts of stuff is already being written about baseball said about this Um as they felt like this Venetiaan his kind of. Attempt to arguing for bet as that's what it costs full of head things tries. So let's talk a little bit about the waiting list and the business model. So it's subscription best yes. A sign up and pay a yearly subscription cracked me if I'm wrong. Hey, this this is my interpretation of it the pair yearly subscription, different Tia Subscriptions, and each week or each month. You'll send out a list of wines for them to sample and taste, and you'll provide them with the kind of background to the wine and give them all kind of information as well. Right? Yeah about spot the ad the bit which on auto on. Scripture is we have a twelve coal is essentially and the way I was to a wine was way given elated regions in. And the grapes at and from behalf said memorize livenation. Goals, which we have is about principles and say he you know Your Best Agatha's folks you get Ulan how'd how to taste? And Ben Subsequent boxes would teach you how grapes grown Hawaiian is ripped sentiments into wine about is Mitchell's, and eventually we'll happens when when you guys in the Bozo. Ideas every month you got different cool principle. We would it wind rates and and you get wine alongside back. To six twelve also adds cutter practices Yeah. And obviously in the past, I'm not sure what it's like. No but you know you go back ten twenty years ago and To be a wine Connoisseur, you kind of associated with kind of class bits nudie and but what you're doing is essentially trying to democratize Albert right the whole wine industry just kind of bring it down to people who know particularly you know upper class or anything like that. Just have an interesting winds and the different types of wines, the tests and. So on. Yeah absolutely I you know I'm a big lead. The technology has the power to. Put into the hands of the money that was that was before and about spouse being treated efforts being music industry or all kind of vague in the united starting focus. Now having betsy each Steph, which you would spend thousands and thousands of pounds on before. Zip Code Technology companies technology enabled companies completely democratized kind of everything, which we which experienced allies inside a very much take about lens of kind of how, what, why, why should be doing? I think. Wine knowledge is traditionally being a kind of rich. Or of opponent. I guess kind of entire suits and philosophy and you whether that was going to be collecting times or just talk slowly and he sold as I touched on bowls and yet uddhav outside wine is the most popular drink the gang one in two hours drink at least once a month which have been gone this year. would be the has and. 'EM HOF and sorry Barry Mind who've one in a one in five adults as he takes. Oh. Go over half of the adult drinking wine regularly. Ends is very strict. Laws is very common drinking a cup of also when you're TESCO, Roy, Haim and yet this is huge oath still VISCO who've. Of Knowledge between, bucey might like boss over dirty nine months bounce and Philippine Tim dates by that and by his who received is having this knowledge in this thus is experience and yeah. In wireless missionaries is very much about joins to empower people at compound wine lovers give them confidence allow them to to find these Bankston sows, push themselves out Xining. Trump Huffman is is no to hard you. I've done but I wine is is a very simple rule is improving. It's it's Great Jas about soda is backing keep most of it. Very much kind of mission of well, we arm which owns day. Okay. What's price points on your subscription? Up Maintenance, where thus year we? Gone in beef esyam Hounds Franck. Cool products and Poi- swings. Begin with we will have case which is nine starring a double case, which is one, hundred, ninety, nine. Said burst price points at the upper end of the market and spouse bit by design. When we have low in scale and to be honest, make business where he needs to be price point. But the view is but one A. Year from now two. Now, who have price point set united thanks, Crema and -centia quite did slaney products implant, which she could be either free Ma'am could be pounds ten pounds months. Bright Gotcha. So you knew me you know I'm a man of simple means. I like my coffee I like I like mobile like a Whiskey, but I've never really been into wines and never really kind of I mean I I like him all back with a steak and that's about it. So can you teach me like as a non wine connoisseur a little bit about Wayne's. Yeah absolutely. So I think an interesting the coffee on whiskey because Loa power house especially with coffee and why we? I was GONNA think ecofin beyond looks wine is. With coffee, you've had this experience with over forty years. coffees become very homogenize tastes become ness cafe flavor could have grounded soon coffeen orbits tools point while. Fifties towards years of specialty coffee, and especially because single origin coffee has been trying to break wave Badshah, the coffee bean is products which. Way You grow it will impact ground you. Has. Impacts. Wine is exactly the same thing you know we've we've experienced last s estate. Winds become a product which has to assigned each year which if you've a garden, any freezer vegetables, yourself will be the. Smallest might taste like in June one is becks while being taught to different because of what weather's whatever you find.

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"barry mind" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"barry mind" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"Type thing. Because I think it might be row of the too painful if it ends up, but if if if you. Actually win. Maybe we should do an emergency for the many podcasts ten minute episodes, so you can just spend ten minutes weeping. Don't you need the podcast? You'll be able to hear me across the country anyway. Alongside my boys. No you don't do cricket, do you? Know. Like cricket, but I don't follow cricket I apart from knowing that offer archer messed up by going to seize mom. I don't really know much about the current series now. Well I've been watching a lot of it because impacting up books and watching cricket at the same time, and I've really gotten quite into it because. A Lot England players I'd never heard of an art really hadn't heard of a single one of the west Indian team. This time they've got this amazing Spin Bowler. He's literally twenty stone. I mean he's no way. No seriously switch on the softer of another button softening. They say you won't see him, but he is like ten ton tessie. Boy Nightmares, but he is. First of all. I thought he must be one of the UMPIRES. Because he's literally huge. Enough about spin bowling to know that there isn't that much running involved in. He's not gonNA come charging down. Some sound! Overseas spin bowling is much more about technique, but you still got field field, and you still go to able to bat and actually run up the wicket. An could cause if he craters in that way. But as soon as you've wet, my appetite now and I'm GonNa have to take a look well of course having driven to swampy this morning, I missed stuart. broads, brilliant innings and Barry Mind Number Ten batsman he scored sixty two and so instead of England being all out for about three hundred They were a when I when we started this three hundred and fifty six for nine so they've got themselves into other good position, but..

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Tesla Smashed Earnings Expectations

WSJ What's News

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Tesla Smashed Earnings Expectations

"Tesla is defined. The street's expectations reported fourth straight quarter of Prophet yesterday. These latest results now make it eligible for inclusion in the S. and P.. Five hundred. Our reporter. David Dorey explains what this could mean if that happens, that would be huge for Tesla aside from the reputational prestige of being in such a big index. Eleven trillion dollars trucking. The SNP on inclusion would probably fire a starting gun on the race for big index funds to get the hands on Tesla's hsieh's thought, it'd be a far cry. From the numerous periods of precariousness tests has faced in recent years Barry Mind. This is the company that lost four hundred eight million dollars in the second quarter last year. Test is by no means guaranteed to being in the S&P five hundred, but if it does getting created, it could be a sea-change moment for those. He wants to make money for electric cars the energy transition. Looking ahead on today's busy earnings calendar at and T., blackstone Intel twitter American Aska and southwest. Airlines are among those reporting today.

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Why Fast Fashion Needs A Makeover

Food for Thought

09:48 min | 2 months ago

Why Fast Fashion Needs A Makeover

"In the last fifteen years, production of clothing has doubled, and at the same time, the number of times something is worn, has haft now that means that over eleven million garments landfill every week in the UK alone. Ultimately the novelty that fashion promises causing irreversible harm to both planet and people. This week's food for thought sees presenter and climate activist Venetia Amana. Join me to discuss why it's time for the wasteful fashion industry to clean up his act highlight Venetia Halloween. I think today's episode has been so I've Jew and I. Now I've been wanting to record it with you for so long. I think in a way we kickoff by discussing the fact that fashions wastefulness I mean. It's almost on a par with single. Use Plastic really if we're looking at the impact that it has. Yet it is. It's hugely not only wasteful industry, but also polluting industry. It's actually kind of looking to get into sustainability and thinking about the planet. functions of really good way to think about it, because it's very accessible way of thinking how a piece of clothing. Goes from from the US ultimately when you when you grow, grow, crops or something caught in, it comes from the S.. And then it's Picton. Soon and. All of these different things all these different prices which make up the supply chain before it's packed and delivered in lands on your doorstep Orlands in the shop future to buy but yet it. It's a huge. Carbon footprint the fashion industry. It's supposed to be one of the top two or three polluting industries and yeah, in terms of waste it's it's incredibly wasteful. we live in a timely fashion still of as. Something disposable fashion is incredibly cheap now and in other places, and because it's so cheap way often fail like it doesn't hold much significance, so we send a lot of close to landfill and a lot of clothing incinerated. All, at the same time, it's really really important is Barry Mind is that? Someone somewhere is paying. The paper will making a clothes or so, if not paid a living wage and eighty percent of them a female when we think about women's rights and bang feminists, we have to think about that with all cloudy, because we want to support all women right, and we want to support the woman who making all clouds goodness I mean. So many connections to what you've just said that intense of what I've done in my previous life. I'm thinking when I was at university and. I used to shop with these such and websites where claiming was so cheap, and I never made I never made a connection that it came from the earth I would I never even thought to the fact that impact to the environment and I definitely probably what I know I didn't. I didn't think about the chain of people and somebody somewhere that was involved with the price of making his clients and I. Think what you're doing on social media, environment is fabulous. You've recently raised Alana's with charity campaigns. You've been at the forefront to claim suggesting that the bronze behind them greenwashing customers. Could you delve into that I? A little bit? Yeah, absolutely. greenwashing as something that we say a lot in fashion, especially at the moment comes from the time whitewashing, which is basically when white people kind of whitewash industries like film, industry's takeover, different ways and Often, it's symbol creations when we as white people kind of commodified live. By coaches make are I might try and day and don't give credit where credit J. it's also kind of a marketing ploy, and it's the same with greenwashing companies often kind of telling us trying to tell us that during something good when they already notes. See this recently with kind of plastic auto companies telling US everything's okay, because that bottles are made from recycled plastic when Rabi. To bustles if we're in a position to do so like you know hair in. The U. K. is just refill will to right. It's like a much more money during it so with function. We see Fush Bruns. Greenwash. In lots of different ways and I, yeah I I've I've taken to social media to cool when it because. I have a when I want to use it and kind of tired of the nonsense, so bronze like eight am and Zora have a kind of conscious collections, so they'll bring out a small range of clothes that a made from various things like orange juice, pope and unical tears, or whatever is. And they tell us let's go, and I'm not gonNA deny that and say it's bad. It is good we should be using. Natural fibres when we might close, but the problem with Sutton fashion bruns. Is that sure that using a kind of planet friendly planet friendly dies and materials, but what about the people making the clothes and also? The share amount of clothing that them making doesn't make up for the good that I think the goods that doing concert. No point, not percent. If their entire business H. M. so is a drop in the ocean for want of a better phrase. On Yeah. I mean recently. We've seen a lot of charity in slogan, T. Shirts. During, the pandemic and this is this is very much a kind of. nuanced debates, and I I take quite a hard stance on it, but I I also really appreciate that. We have to look at both

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"barry mind" Discussed on Next Up. Student Success!

Next Up. Student Success!

10:25 min | 4 months ago

"barry mind" Discussed on Next Up. Student Success!

"Like to ensure that a tap into their interests in all signs, if they have to complete a chapter presentation, I them all to take a look and see what interests you and believe it or not. Students who identified their own chapter that they want to share in present they do more. They put forth more effort into it, and they have choice to have power, and that motivation which also goes into lambing. They will want to do the best job. Possible in my brain was going while you were talking. Because I'm sure they had colleagues so say why can't always do that? Whatever that is. The thinking about with flipping it around is that as a student in even over the summer I can do that for myself. As well I can look at the content of his classes say what is it about this that connect with my passions or flip it around, and even if it's not your personal passion, just bi-strategic. Why do I need this? How am I going to use this? And then he turned mine. Mine as motivation to stay focused. Keep it up, but almost every class. The student taste I've classes to votes I've talked college students as well almost every class. There's something in there that him motivate you. If you look for, it may not be the instructor desert professor desert, but students can do that in sales as well I'm glad you said that. Because something that cannot be interesting. Most people are most students, okay. Like one of the assignments I have is an article critique to write an auto critique. Most students haven't written critiques. They'll write summaries, abors, essay, papers, and so full, but a critique critique is empowering I will share with them and let them know that I want to hear your voice. You are the expert Bob provide a template and Barry Mind is about your discipline. Discipline so the interest should be there and saw it could be on any topic, but you're the expert, and you would be surprised that some of them are just afraid. Share their views, but others just share it and I'll share with the class and they're acting. I can say that. Yes, you become the expert in share your ideas. Share your your opinion it actually. Actually wants students realize I have the power I haven't voice is enlightening that Ferguson. Is there anything else you wanted to share? In terms of tips or resources, because those are really great cause, the library are loud. Everybody has access to the summer focusing on planning, but also just focused is keeping yourself engaged and I think if again one of the themes we're talking..

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"barry mind" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:51 min | 4 months ago

"barry mind" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"It was four years ago Obama said he was wrong about that statement so. But boy is is not a long time and competing for years ago. The ability sixteen four release came out, and that's still supported so. Four years is not tremendously long time. Next Martin, so so academic supercomputers in Europe have been hacked Ought chest supercomputer is the one in question which you anyone to take guests. What do you suppose happened when these computers got hacked? Supercomputers Barry Mind so these are very powerful computers that can perform many operations, the second good at number crunching, probably going, be crypto mining well, yes. Yeah apparently Some of these computers have their SSh credentials compromised and then the attack because within able to island hop. Across a distributed collection of supercomputing nodes around. And developed some crypto mining malware. That they had deployed. Sayyah. Did it. masqueraders system day by chance. It's a well known ruse that one. Yes, so people wouldn't have noticed in consuming. It did make me wonder a bit like reading through the story, and then so saying Oh and they installed crypto mining software 'cause i. mean the real impact. This had was shut down quite a lot of research projects. which at the moment are probably focused on one thing when it comes to big number crunching, but then you say all, know they. They were actually crypto. Money seems like that's an obvious way to distract from. What might have just been an attempt to? Disrupt to load of research and then say Haha. Look at what we used to do by. You stick crypto minding on then, everyone says Oh. They're obviously just trying to crypto mind. I don't know it does feel like if you're going to bust into some super powerful computers while you're there why? Does? If, you're if you're. It always feels like the bad plot of a Hollywood movie where. Someone has a plan to do something and then the last minute while they do an extra little finger..

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"barry mind" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:00 min | 4 months ago

"barry mind" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"The NC sixty four release came out, and that's still supported so. Four years is not tremendously long time. Next Martin so so academic supercomputers in Europe have been hacked it ought chest supercomputer. The winning question which you anyone to take guests. What do you suppose happened when these computers got hacked? Supercomputers Barry Mind so these are very powerful computers that can perform many operations, the second good at number crunching, probably crypto mining well, yes. Yeah apparently some of these computers have their SSh. Credentials compromised and then the attack because within able to island hop. Across a distributed collection of supercomputing nodes around. And developed some crypto mining malware. That they had deployed. Saja. Did it masqueraders system day by chance. It's a well known ruse that one. Yes, so people wouldn't have noticed in consuming. It did might make me wonder a bit like reading through the story, and then so saying Oh, and they installed crypto mining software 'cause. I mean the real impact. This had was shut down quite a lot of research projects. which at the moment are probably focused on one thing when it comes to big number crunching, but then you say all, know they. They were actually crypto. Money seems like that's an obvious way to distract from. What might have just been an attempt to? Disrupt to load of research and then say Haha. Look at what we used to do by. You stick crypto minding on then, everyone says Oh. They're obviously just trying to crypto mind. I don't know it does feel like if you're going to bust into some super powerful computers while you're there why? Fight if you're if you're. It always feels like the bad plot of a Hollywood movie where. Someone has a plan to do something and then the last minute while they do an extra little finger. Just Ted like you know, punch in the Gut. This could just be that all while I'm here. I'll just drop a bitcoin minor earlier refined. I mean mark alluded to it, but the archers supercomputer had recently been installed with pandemic modeling tools was working that particular problem, so it has disrupted some raw, the timely and important research. In, other better news though mark what else has happened? well, the NHS EX team have released the beat version of their contact tracing APP. which includes releasing the source code and a bunch of the architecture documentation on get hub?.

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"barry mind" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update

Daily Coronavirus Update

07:49 min | 4 months ago

"barry mind" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update

"Angeles and this is your daily Corona virus. The economy slowly starting to come back, and hopefully the worst of the shutdown is over for the first time since forced shutdowns began in March spending on hotels, restaurants, airlines are picking up while there is some uncertainty going forward with high unemployment and consumer spending. We're hoping that we have hit peak economic loss. Harriet Tori economics reporter for the Wall Street? Journal joins US for more. Thanks for joining US Harriet. High wanted to talk about the economy this past week, and it just seemed like everybody was really starting to try to get back to normal. As we've been going through this coronavirus pandemic, the first thing we were looking for was hitting that peak of number of cases now it seems like we're hitting that peak as far as peak economic damage, those peak economic losses and things. Things are starting to reopen. It seems like we're starting to get a little bit of good news on their front. Although we are still expecting some type of slow recovery to get back to the way, we were so Harriet, tell us a little bit about it. What are we seeing as good indicators right now? The official days that we get from the US government we. We get the lack of sort of four to six weeks, so we didn't have anything really much yet to say that. We've seen this official from April. May however we get a Lotta time indicators from sort of private companies and things like that, and that is suggesting that things probably bottomed out in the middle of April and on the consumer side early. May We have mother's? Mother's Day which is a big spending events, and then of course just this past weekend was memorial. Day and we really see some suggestions that things are beginning to pick up off bottoming out so for instance we can see Dinas at restaurants. Anez Bene- slight uptick emmannce, the number of people travelling through TSA, airport checkpoints also picking up, but it is worth Barry Mind that. That these numbers are still kind of eighty to ninety percent below what they were this time of year ago, but the point is that they're not declining anymore at least remaining stable or getting back to it again. One of the interesting ones that you mentioned your piece, too is that people are applying to open new businesses? That was one that I would not have expected to. To See, so quickly, you know economists say that offer an economic downtown's produce innovation, unproductive thumbs, dolphins and new ideas come to fruition, which it is amazing that we're seeing that already so just move rudely. It does seem like some of the bloodletting has stopped, and that things are picking up, but of course it is a days and what to say when looking at this. This data is the any sign of a pickup is contingent on the not being a second wave of outbreaks, because if there are fresh outbreaks and we have to go into lockdown again, that would be potentially really bad for the economy. One of the industries that you focused on your piece was the shipping industry as a point that it illustrates this kind of comeback the best. Best at least explain that a little bit. This is just a sign that things are starting to get moving again, so we have some indicates as long trucking spot market, and these picking on a full straight weeks. People are just moving stuff around freighters getting underway again again. We had some companies that said that things are very slow at the start of April, but demand. has remained fairly steady since then, which is another sign that hopefully the worst is behind us. One of the other interesting points was the real estate industry. Lot of the conversation was saying. Why aren't home prices going down? Although insurance rates were probably going really low, all time lows, and all that and attracting a lot of first time buyers, the housing prices weren't necessarily dropping down, but we're starting to see some good activity there as well. Just begin to see suggestions that people are feeling comfortable. Going out and looking for a new home and politics could be pent up demand, you know. We had a essentially from the middle of March. Everything was in lockdown, and traditionally the spring is usually the hot time for the housing market. That didn't happen this year, but there are signs of pent-up demand and people beginning to do more searches, getting to look for a new place to live, and it was interesting because some of the people I spoke to. The story said that they're potentially two reasons for that one is that mortgage rates are very low so barring Costello? You can get good dealer mortgage, but the other thing is. We've been spending. Spending so much time at home during this coronavirus lockdown, the people have really getting to see the home as a potential space, not just for living and sleeping at four walking every day, and so people are looking for a nice place to call home. They feel like they need perhaps a Home Office, maybe a home gym or a yard, because the current ivars pandemic, and the fact that everyone had to be at home as made everyone kind of thing about what they want from an I one hundred percent fall into that category I was already looking for something before this hit. Obviously everything got put on pause, but I have a tiny apartment right now and really no chance for a Home Office. Office so now I am looking forward to getting something with that type of capability, so definitely fall into that category, so we are getting some good indicators, some good real time data. We have to wait for some official numbers for a little bit longer, but there is still a lot of uncertainty I know that the recovery still will be kind of slow. It's not going to bounce back as a lot of people would hope and consumer, spending is a big part of that talk to me about that, and also about unemployment, because that seems like it will linger a long time, and people need to get back to work before they can really start spending again. Yes, and these two things kind of. of Go hand in hand because consumer spending drives the economy, and in order for consumers to feel comfortable spending one of the things that they need is income so having a job I mean people are getting expanded unemployment benefits, but that doesn't compensate for getting a regular paycheck and the hits. The market has been absolutely enormous. It's without modern precedent. We've had navy. Forty million people imply for some employment benefits in the past couple of months, so the reason why economists tokyo-bound pretentious recovery is because they a worried that some of the jobs that were lost as a result of the current virus, pandemic shutdowns won't be recovered. They will be lost permanently. Because many businesses against struggle to reopen restaurant and. Retailers, so it's kind of like the two things are going to have to go hunt enhance. Oh, the that will have to happen. I inform US economist say is for the economy recovered. We need to get over the damage that you know the health care. Situation is really important, so we either need a vaccine or the number of new infections needs to go down enough that people feel safe venturing out of their houses inference, going to malls and restaurants, and going out and spending again that ton once people start feel comfortable. Venturing out that should hopefully prompt hiring for instance instead. Instead of just a business owner doing everything himmel hustle behind the counter, perhaps that person will need to stop her a few most often meet Domon at that store or the restaurant as business starts to come back, but this could be a slow process, so that's the concern for us that we fell into a whole very quickly in it could take longer to climb back out of this whole. I know everybody is ready for the comeback. Hopefully we can get the health side of it situated quickly, and we can get back to as normal as possible as it was before territory. Reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks so much. I'm Oscar Ramirez and this has been your daily Corona, virus update. Don't forget today's big news stories. You can check me out the daily Diet podcast every Monday through Friday. Follow us on iheartradio or every podcast. Some podcasts are light and fun and fluffy. My podcast isn't. I mean unless you'd think a podcast about a teenager. 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"barry mind" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"barry mind" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

"I saw. It's quite hard to although to be honest. So? It's all weird and Lois Lane. Comics quiet, loud run as well. Yeah, won't. In the thousand print runs is quite hot scale. Though so it's quite expensive as well but it's just. It's just worth reading just to kind of get. Why Why. Was Okay you could have been so much. We might me. That and I think that's. That's what I'm. You know I've I've heard a law and always comes up in. This and here's another one. From, the pages of marvel comics, it's Hank Pym the wife beater so way back in vengeance under thirteen in the previous issue, Hank had just come back to the vendors after a long hiatus. So Barry Mind. The anchors had mental issues in the past. He's on who he is taking on the melodies. He's been attacked by trump and the memories manipulates it, so it's not at the best. Time, he comes back as yellow jacket. His is kind of one of his famous foams. Guys is superior guises. Many superior guys. Is He house? He takes out violently takes out supervision and they are here. For and it puts the team in danger, so they decided to have a meeting to potentially court martial on him, and he starts to have basically a nervous breakdown is got this mad inferiority complex top of all this, so it's it's. It's not in a good way, not in a good place and what he decides to do, instead of he feels he has to prove himself to the advantages, so what he does is, he creates a rope, not Michael trump the only he knows how to feet, so it's unbeatable ball from one little books. He contrasts so there's one. One little thing that can deactivate rover. His wife finds out about it. He is incensed. He's mad. He's like you don't astound I. Need to redeem myself and he gives a violent backhand, and and you know it's a very famous panel. You can find it all of the inset and sends a flying. The lakes are on the meeting takes place, vendors there, and whilst turns with a black guy and goes you know Hank you you tell him what's going on. You'RE GONNA. Tell them what's going to happen and the robot at that moment breaks in stop trying to. Destroy. Everybody takes out Hank Pym so nobody else. Can nose outs robot. Apart from Janet Van Dyne the wall spill Janet him the walls, and she takes out the robot, and reveals the whole to the avengers, and they go mate you, you're out. You are Allah veges. Straightaway and Janet Falls for devils now back to offering Jim shooter erode this story surprise He said that this was not meant to be as aggressive or violent as it was supposed to be. It was supposed to be an accidental tap, so he's thrown. His alums in the area doesn't see Jonah hits. He hits a bit like maybe spider mountains on three three. When accidentally hits Mary Jane Didn't in tips it that way, and and made a very violent obvious definite..

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"barry mind" Discussed on The Property Voice

The Property Voice

12:57 min | 5 months ago

"barry mind" Discussed on The Property Voice

"Your house. Richard Brown hello and welcome to the proxy voice. Podcast my name is Richard Brown and as always it's a pleasure to have you join again on the show today. Well what's been on? My mind is is really following a conversation. I had We've one of the latest apprentices. And you're gonNA hear a little bit from the apprentices later in the program and I had a call. I think it was on to hours. Probably plus him on his two hours late last week and I know that it had an impact on them and it certainly left a mark on an impact on me as well. And it's all you know it was really around the topic of Some doing something. That's bigger than ourselves. And now and again you just you just get those types of compensation and it happens a lot in this in this business because a genuinely is an opportunity to to make big change This is not the only way to make big change but it certainly one way and So I wanted to talk about that a little bit today. I have my own story and a half a few references. Well I'd like to share and it isn't necessarily the same for everyone. This is an everyday conversation but it does come around now and again Maybe with the full moon sort of time line. We have these sort of deep meaning for Impactful conversations with people. So let me a the point so the conversation on Friday. We're talking one of my apprentices one of my mentors and we're having a conversation because they're on the program that we're working for roughly two months into a just over three month program and there was something you that came up into the thought process which they put down into into writing We we go through a process of improving on a business plan over the period of the program Usually concentrated in the first part of the program and And this lady had basically Talked about developing a fund. I'm not really heard about that before. In our previous conversations. See sometimes some things that happened. That part of my role really is to is to test people's You know goals and make sure that viable but also get them to dig deep within. And I'm really fine. What Ray motivates them and it turns out this This lady how's it going to develop a fund which would actually be acuity based fund Let's call it a community community case. Excuse me community based Self Build Fund. That's why it's hard to say. Webuye people can actually not just get housing But actually create contribute to building the homes themselves but with the assistance of other people in the community. So it's It's pretty pretty classical sort of Community based housing Everyone learns a scale. If you like and Muksan to be able to build these homes. They were living them off towards they will pay for them. They weren't necessarily buy them outright. There'll be maybe a rent payment or something of that order and then it will be self sustaining self fulfilling Setting a standalone type thing so the fund that she had in mind was about one hundred million pounds. And that's what really got my attention because we're the income from so we're having this conversation and his thing this is where it came from. It was It was a thought. So see germ of an idea that that crops up with our roughly twenty years ago when she was studying masters she said and It it just hasn't left her now so it was a good sign good indication that perhaps there's a deeper purpose that's lying within Because he won't leave you alone. Trust me I know this and so we're having this conversation and this is now paid on on the business plan. Of course we're talking about it. How can this be possible? How can you go about this? Of course it's Something bigger than herself. Quite quite obviously because it's It's about providing community based housing providing access to skills providing this ecosystem and it's very laudable. Definitely be on her own. You know needs. Let's say that they'd say Cedar Giving back into this into society giving back into the community and You know which is having this conversation really talking about it. And she was talking about how I challenged her And that often happens through this process. You know when you start to talk to other people who you can trust 'em to share your innermost thoughts with as it were and maybe say those things that maybe haven't said in fact you'll think really struck me about it. She said she hadn't vocalized this This goal this vision for those twenty S. First Time she died she uttered the words out loud to anyone else rather than keeping it within our mind thrown around head thoughts. And that's that's part of this process. Really we get to talk to someone where you can share this sort of thing and test. It doesn't make sense. I'm I really barking up the wrong tree here. Aura is this. Is this something in this and you know in all honesty. We talked through. Because I think it's brilliant the division. I think it's great. It's been with her for so long I either. It has left her because she hasn't actually started fully to implement that yet. I'm sure she is working towards. I know the ways but he's not been a dedicated of focus thing So we're talking through that In a very safe environment and all honesty I thought it was a fantastic idea and I am now a cheerleader. Cheer leader rather and so. I'm very supportive of the idea and You know hasten to add it won't be easy by any stretch of the machination to achieve the goals. She setting out for herself with this fishing But you know to some extent. It's a calling I think That's what I understood from. Really talking to her and getting to know her says rough- roughly a couple of hours conversation. We're supposed to talk about range of other things but we actually spent so long talking about this vision. And you know that's what it does to you you know it's it's deep. It can spark into different direction for the pop. She had rather than the you know the regular routine of property portfolio to replace my income or provide from my retirement or even leave a legacy for my own family which by the way something bigger than ourselves. So you don't have to have a hundred million pound fund as ago For it to be an invaluable tool but You know providing for someone else including your own family and improve sir including the next generation is also something bigger than ourselves. That's going with this whole theme today. So that was that was one example and give you another example previous apprentice program. There was a gentleman. There who according to gentleman is a young man and His vision is to develop a fund again. Sounds familiar doesn't it? But in this case is to support athletes who wouldn't otherwise otherwise gain access to elite funding programs and we started talking about. Well what would make a difference and really? We started to quantify that in terms of how many people he could support. What sort of funding level it would need to support and how long and we came up with a number effectively. That would today's prices you know. Do you make the difference. So he's looking to achieve and it would be about sixty million he's a big numbers hundred billion sixty million in in the second person's case that would be You could imagine a lifetime's work potentially If he's going to build the money for himself and his own net worth because we start to think laterally once. We have these lofty goals. So does it have to be our own in a net worth so they have to be a giving pledge type Territory donates ahead. Into what else is no you know. Just like We've property we can leverage other people's money to buy a property. We can leverage other people's money to help us with These goal so it doesn't necessarily mean that you know that that money needs to come from us and that needs to be on net worth it's It can be a foundation. It can be a fund it can be a collective effort the second example and that was that was something that happened to. WanNa go Am a another example if somebody I worked very closely with we. Business has a gold to support people gain access to housing. They wouldn't otherwise have attended by model. Which kind of breaks the mold? A bit really As an investor. Usually what we wanted to do his own. The asset retain the asset derive an income from it and obviously enjoying the fruits of capital growth as well Wealth Creation Classic Wealth Creation. But this particular person that goal was to provide access to housing which you know is not necessarily a open to certain people so tenant viral dot kind. Thought process was was a model And and that's what she was setting out to do this number reasons our that's not quite as attractive. Pops was taxation being one of the So She needs to rethink another low laudable. Goal another something bigger than ourselves go That she had. I really just wanted to Sort of finish this part with my own examples because some an guessing my own in my own case can talk about the journey. I can talk about The the illustration if you can imagine of climbing a mountain so we're gonNA climb amounts him. We're going to set off a mountain now. We know what the PK is. Undermining Fund sixty million fund. You know ten number ten buys The aides to be served a wants to be served through one of Maine's that's if we know the peak. Sometimes we're climbing in amount amounts in and it's It's fogy the clouds alot can't see the peak but we determined to columnist mounts in any way and know amusing strong metaphor here but hopefully get point but maybe what we can seize the first Base camp that we need to get to we. Can we can see that ahead of where we making a path to winnow ultimately we climbing amounts in. I'M GONNA go up in stages from based comes to base camp as we go. Because here's the thing once we get to site based come on on this mountain adventure. I'm now taking you along with me We we get a different vantage point. And that's what happened in my case so I started out with you. Know relatively quote it. Totally selfish but Self interested goal to plug a hole in my pension. Wanting to plug a hole in my patients provide for my family my wife and I in retirement and that was my goal still bigger than myself but it just wasn't a a really big. Oh but guess what? Once I got to Count One and unfixed hall in my pension a two different vantage point. I could see something You know could see base. Come to that point so I set my sights on on that one and that was You know becoming financially free financially independent nicely. Shauwie as I didn't have to work again and indeed same with my wife so that she didn't have to work again. So freeing ourselves from the corporate chains free ourselves from the Matrix or the rat race or the hamster wheel whichever analogy you want became the next goal and it was still bigger than myself because it was extended off. See to my wife as well. Anyway set off on that path and guess what reached base come to achieve particular goal. Then how a different vantage points again. Barry Mind here. We can't see the peak of this point in time. It's clouded Over on it's foggy so set my sights on on bass come free Base come three then became you know A certain lifestyle and supporting a family and a couple of generations. You know beyond us that we could leave a legacy to so we go set off towards base camp three. That's what we can see ahead of. Us still constitute the peak at this point reach base camp free cheese up secret a goal and you know we know that it just buy time it will achieve the goals that we set ourselves but guess what once we've got to base camp three in this example now it doesn't matter how many base comes are just just went the station purposes but once we got to Base come three could see the peak and the peak in this particular case was a peak that I could always see within Because in my own case. Oh I'm I'm in my mid fifties now but in my thirties. I always had this. This vision this dream of of developing foundation Loosely CALLING HOPE FOUNDATION REASONS. Help spell something out. It's housing entrepreneurship. Learning Poverty in poverty is closely aligned to to debt as well so That's always been my heart and you won't leave me alone just going full circle back to the first Australian about.

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"barry mind" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:26 min | 10 months ago

"barry mind" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"There are nearly five hundred asylum-seekers. I won't seekers still being held in Papua New Guinea and now rue often in dire conditions but for the past ten months. There seemed to be some hope for those in Australia's offshore detention attention centers. If doctors determined that a person needed urgent medical treatment they couldn't access on the islands they were sent to the mainland yesterday that changed Australian Leeann lawmakers voted to revoke that law known as Medevac doctors. Who witnessed how living in the detention centers can impact? People's health are devastated including Nick Martin. Who says that with this move? Australia has become a little crueler. Dr Martin was the senior medical officer. Now Rue from November twenty sixteen until August two thousand seventeen. We reached him in Perth Australia. Dr Martin now. That this Medevac has been revoked. How will USTRALIA decide? Who are these people? On these detention islands will get medical attention. It looks like no go back to the old system and that was a very haphazard way of going about outset choosing who needed to get medical attention or not in the past beat doctors of which I was one of them with recommend refugees did did get transferred full investigation treatment but then that decision would go to a pretty faceless committee who would usually just say no or ignored recommendation and sometimes you don't need to sites that movie refugee one says thrive legal action and so the system that did exist was very inefficient. officiant is unbelievably slow and it meant that there was no real property triaging. Correct triaging of a patient who moved to basically doctors will not be deciding who who needs medical attention. It'll be politicians. Yes they do have doctors in the process and we gave our recommendations but deal overridden all V decision to subvert tip. Severe to refugee is made by other people which eurocrats and politicians yes. Why did the Australian government make this change? Revoked this Medevac and revert back to the old system. It's hard to fathom. I think that's been the most difficult thing really vets at things over challenges facing Australia and the rest of the world right right now they decided to focus on repeating medical care for about five hundred people but a lot of it is when they lost the bill when bill who was actually pushed through into beginning some nine months ago and has a first time to government lost a vote for ninety years and I think a lot of it was Annoyance frankly walk feelings about less than they set stood on saying no we. We're GONNA Davis They have managed to conflate tonight medical care with Border Protection which is folks argument in my mind but some of the messaging. They're saying that. The Australians Home Affairs Minister has suggested that Meta backing people Refugees from these detention islands ringing for medical treatment in Australia is a back door way to sneak into the country. What do you say to that? I think if you're going to get on a boat a leaky boats a great expense having fled your home. Anyway Barry Mind but ninety percent of these people have been assistive is being genuine refugees to goto fatty hostile offshore very remote though almond and spent around six or seven seven years innovate cope at some point. You might just get ill enough to get transferred to Australia. Whilst being detention the IT's hot time and you can get back again over time. That's a that's a pretty long boat. Draw diminished adopt his also demonized refugees over the years of every description corruption. Will it be African gangs of Lebanese community. He used the refugees offshore rapists murderers and terrorists and so I think thank you say anything to try and justify his fairly brutal callous position whether what kinds of elements are we talking about here. What what reasons would they Be Brought Austrailia to get any kind of medical treatment these refugees I think overwhelming. Now it's psychiatric reasons. And that's a after six or seven days indefinite tension the burden of mental illness On the audience is quite unbelievable and so severe depression sometimes Other conditions. That would be the biggest thing but also I love of other general things. If you're in a remote town in Canada you you would could get fixed up pretty quickly if you just buy one trip to the bigger hospital. So let's say you have a breast lump something like that. You know that can be exclude as being nasty by one scam. But that's not available on narrow we spoke with We spoke with a number of people who have been on those this island's both as doctors and as refugees one of them on your surrogate son. WHO's now in Canada through a private sponsorship? And he he told us as I'm sure you've heard horror stories of what it was like. He spent six years on mountainous island and it. It seriously damaged his mental health. Both he did get treatment in Australia before he came to count he was. He was allowed to get that soon. Now what happens to people like Amir now that this has been revoked. Well he's lucky to get away. Nothing it's wonderful to Canada has accepted him. Having is a phenomenon of humanity and decency but the frustrating thing so so it was so avoidable. So yeah we'll have a whole Kogo of refugees who tried to seek help strategy in Australia. Effectively is damaged for life life. You lost your job. Didn't you when you decided to your doctor or narrow which is one of these These detention islands. And you blew the whistle on what you saw there there. Why was it worth it to you to to reveal? That was it worth it. I had to be because Yeah I lost my job but at the same mm time though that came a tipping point where I just could not carry on any longer having seen things that seem without Without speaking of the services criminal you wrote in a letter. I think yesterday you said that. This is to Australians who seem to delight in the ongoing cruelty being inflicted on vulnerable people. You said that Australia just became a little cooler and a little more sadistic. Do you think that this is how Australians Raelians in general do they do they support. What's happening? How the treatment of these refugees on these islands destroying people being feted dot of absolute racist rhetoric and affected by the fiscal policies in charge? Saying is the huge threat and seven yesterday and people that will be some who seemed to delight punching down on on refugees. Just tragic really but I think Australians are fundamentally decent people much like influence decent but for for some reason yesterday government has been on about so people who arrive by boat which is just a very bizarre thing. It's hanging out on but that's what it nightside to date. I think there are votes in it. I appreciate speaking with you. Thank you thank you very much. Nick Martin is the former senior medical officer on now rue one Austrailia offshore detention islands. We reached him in Perth.

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"barry mind" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:26 min | 10 months ago

"barry mind" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"There are nearly five hundred asylum-seekers. I won't seekers still being held in Papua New Guinea and now rue often in dire conditions but for the past ten months. There seemed to be some hope for those in Australia's offshore detention attention centers. If doctors determined that a person needed urgent medical treatment they couldn't access on the islands they were sent to the mainland yesterday that changed Australian Leeann lawmakers voted to revoke that law known as Medevac doctors. Who witnessed how living in the detention centers can impact? People's health are devastated including Nick Martin. Who says that with this move? Australia has become a little crueler. Dr Martin was the senior medical officer. Now Rue from November twenty sixteen until August two thousand seventeen. We reached him in Perth Australia. Dr Martin now. That this Medevac has been revoked. How will USTRALIA decide? Who are these people? On these detention islands will get medical attention. It looks like no go back to the old system and that was a very haphazard way of going about outset choosing who needed to get medical attention or not in the past beat doctors of which I was one of them with recommend refugees did did get transferred full investigation treatment but then that decision would go to a pretty faceless committee who would usually just say no or ignored recommendation and sometimes you don't need to sites that movie refugee one says thrive legal action and so the system that did exist was very inefficient. officiant is unbelievably slow and it meant that there was no real property triaging. Correct triaging of a patient who moved to basically doctors will not be deciding who who needs medical attention. It'll be politicians. Yes they do have doctors in the process and we gave our recommendations but deal overridden all V decision to subvert tip. Severe to refugee is made by other people which eurocrats and politicians yes. Why did the Australian government make this change? Revoked this Medevac and revert back to the old system. It's hard to find them. I think that's been the most difficult thing really vets at things over challenges facing Australia and the rest of the world right right now they decided to focus on repeating medical care for about five hundred people but a lot of it is when they lost the bill when bill who was actually pushed through into beginning some nine months ago and has a first time to government lost a vote for ninety years and I think a lot of it was Annoyance frankly walk feelings about less than they set stood on saying no we. We're GONNA Davis They have managed to conflate tonight medical care with Border Protection which is folks argument in my mind but some of the messaging. They're saying that. The Australians Home Affairs Minister has suggested that Meta backing people Refugees from these detention islands ringing for medical treatment in Australia is a back door way to sneak into the country. What do you say to that? I think if you're going to get on a boat a leaky boats a great expense having fled your home. Anyway Barry Mind but ninety percent of these people have been assistive is being genuine refugees to goto fatty hostile offshore very remote though almond and spent around six or seven seven years innovate cope at some point. You might just get ill enough to get transferred to Australia. Whilst being detention the IT's hot time and you can get back again over time. That's a that's a pretty long boat. Draw diminished adopt his also demonized refugees over the years of every description corruption. Will it be African gangs of Lebanese community. He used the refugees offshore rapists murderers and terrorists and so I think thank you say anything to try and justify his fairly brutal callous position whether what kinds of elements are we talking about here. What what reasons would they Be Brought Austrailia to get any kind of medical treatment these refugees I think overwhelming. Now it's psychiatric reasons. And that's a after six or seven days indefinite tension the burden of mental illness On the audience is quite unbelievable and so severe depression sometimes Other conditions. That would be the biggest thing but also I love of other general things. If you're in a remote town in Canada you you would could get fixed up pretty quickly if you just buy one trip to the bigger hospital. So let's say you have a breast lump something like that. You know that can be exclude as being nasty by one scam. But that's not available on narrow we spoke with We spoke with a number of people who have been on those who's islands both as doctors and as refugees one of them on your surrogate son. WHO's now in Canada through a private sponsorship? And he he told us as I'm sure you've heard horror stories of what it was like. He spent six years on mountainous island and it. It seriously damaged his mental health. Both he did get treatment in Australia before he came to count he was he was allowed to get that. So now what happens to people like Amir now that this has been revoked. Well he's lucky to get away. Nothing it's wonderful to Canada has accepted him. Having is a phenomenon of humanity and decency but the frustrating thing so so it was so avoidable. So yeah we'll have a whole Kogo of refugees who tried to seek help strategy in Australia. Effectively is damaged for life life. You lost your job. Didn't you when you decided to your doctor or narrow which is one of these These detention islands. And you blew the whistle on what you saw there there. Why was it worth it to you to to reveal? That was it worth it. I had to be because Yeah I lost my job but at the same mm time though that came a tipping point where I just could not carry on any longer having seen things that seem without Without speaking of the services criminal you wrote in a letter. I think yesterday you said that. This is to Australians who seem to delight in the ongoing cruelty being inflicted on vulnerable people. You said that Australia just became a little cooler and a little more sadistic. Do you think that this is how Australians Raelians in general do they do they support. What's happening? How the treatment of these refugees on these islands destroying people being feted dot of absolute racist rhetoric and affected by the fiscal policies in charge? Saying is the huge threat and seven yesterday and people that will be some who seemed to delight punching down on on refugees. Just tragic really but I think Australians are fundamentally decent people much like influence decent but for for some reason yesterday government has been on about so people who arrive by boat which is just a very bizarre thing. It's hanging out on but that's what it nightside to date. I think there are votes in it. I appreciate speaking with you. Thank you thank you very much. Nick Martin is the former senior medical officer on now rue one of Australia's offshore detention islands. We reached him in Perth.

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UK to publish no-deal plans as gloom surrounds Brexit talks

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

10:31 min | 1 year ago

UK to publish no-deal plans as gloom surrounds Brexit talks

"Matter how many the articles you read and no matter how many days go by with some new piece of news that confuses you even more it's still really hard to sound smart about brexit it's it's unbelievable so back in March when brexit was imminent and the prime minister was in some trouble we did a brexit episode and now Brexit is imminent again and the prime minister is in some trouble so we're going to try to do another brexit episode and and here is just a shining example of how Boris Johnson the Prime Minister of of the United Kingdom is in some trouble he was asked I guess is probably like three weeks ago now maybe longer perhaps by reporter if you could promise the British public he would not ask for another delay another extension of Brexit Britain leaving the European Union here is his answer I'd rather be dead in a ditch so Boris Johnson is not dead he is not in a ditch brexit is still imminent and thus we are here yes yes we are here and I liked that the last time we talked about it in the prime minister was in trouble totally different prime minister by the way so yes exit part to the Brexit Ding the sequel I think I think a Jaren is appropriate here because it is an ongoing brexit the brexit so we brought on the great news about getting to cover this ongoing basis is that we get to bring back our new favorite correspondent on this and other topics whereas Atkins who hosts the BBC news show called outside I do too nice to be back has things yes thanks for coming back there good mongering didn't when you asked me to come in today today of all day he's because I mean magical right I was thinking us just walking towards the studio had hundreds of days you could have picked across the last few two years and really you could make an argument a decent argument that today the relationship between the UK and its European partners is more fragile is more uncertain than it's been since the end of the Second World War and if that seems hyperbolic is really not the last twenty four hours of cranked it up two notches that we didn't even really no existed it's a bit like in spinal tap but they say turn up to eleven we're kind of at that stage now all right we'll tell us tell us why what happens okay. Well the do things have happened at the context of all of this is that we are charging towards October thirty first this is the brexit deadline this is brexit is scheduled to happen and unless the UK requests an extension and it hasn't unless the E. U. says yes that request that is when bricks it's going to happen before that you've got a European Union summit takes place next week Thursday Friday October the seventeenth and eighteenth it's widely accepted that if there is no agreement between the UK and the EU on how the UK is going to leave well that's really the last chance saloon the reason things of cranked up in the last twenty four hours is that last night the political editor of The Spectator magazine applets magazine published a lengthy message from inside number ten detailing their view of the situation and it is like no other political memory we've seen it says negotiations will probably end this week that preferential treatment in the future we'll go to European countries deemed to be helpful at the moment it saying if the deal collapses this week that's eight it talks about plans to scupper any effort to stop a no deal brexit at the end of the month and perhaps most astonishing of all it says any countries supporting a delay in bricks by that they mean some of the other you members they'll be seen as hostile in appearance in UK politics so this is incendary so we all digest that overnight and we're thinking my goodness and then is the morning unfolds which hold the primary Mr Boris Johnson has spoken to Angle Merckel Chancellor of Germany and then number ten briefs that this is going absolutely terribly the essentially it's now impulse Volta get a deal so that in itself is huge but then the whole European press corps or a lot of it starts going that doesn't sound like the kind of thing the Angler WHO would say and so we now have this huge fight going on between lots of people saying that doesn't sound right a number ten saying this is how this phone call win but whether one what is right or the other is right the fact of the matter is it's being seen as a briefing war by number ten on the most important country in the European Union and as such things are beginning to crumble in a way that we've not seen in the last three years of the brexit process wow so so so we are no strangers the different interpretations of phone call readouts between leaders of countries over here so so there's that but but look isn't there a law on the books that says there will not be a no deal brexit didn't parliament passed that like two weeks ago or whatever it was it did and let me give you another in yet from today because just the last twenty four hours gives me enough to make a number of podcast with frankly Michael go one of the most senior figures in the League campaign in twenty sixty nine cabinet minister with responsibility for preparing for no deal brexit no deal brexit meaning the UK leaves with absolutely no arrangements in place with the European Union as to what happens next Michael Gov just a few hours ago standing up in the House of Commons briefing parliament briefing members of parliament the government's preparations for no deal brexit when he and everyone else ooh sitting on those famous green leather benches knows that a few weeks ago Element Pasta law saying you can't do a no deal brexit the law says if you reach October nineteen the day after that EU summit and you don't have a deal the prime minister the must send a letter asking for an extension so you have a law in place which says that's GonNa Happen You have a prime minister says I won't be requesting that request at extension and you have a cabinet minister briefing parliament on something which the law says can happen and you have a senior number ten source sending out an extended briefing last night said we've got lots of plans to get around this law and as such everyone is thinking my goodness no deal between the UK and EU looks pretty likely bearing in mind how things are going this week so what on earth happens when we reach October the nineteenth and no one has any idea I mean I feel slightly yeah I feel slightly speechless I confess how where do we even start here like how unprecedented is it at this point for the Prime Minister and his administration to essentially be saying we intend to ignore this law or as as the Guardian put it sidestep or frustrate this law well you know the the prime minister is saying two things which look difficult to square he saying I will not request an attention though it's widely accepted in the end in extension is reasonably likely although I'm a hosted fourt- fourteen saying that but at the moment and extension looks likely you have a prime minister saying look weren't requested and you have a law which says you have to request it if you get to October the nineteenth now that the fact that we don't have any clarity on that is certainly extrordinary but let's just step back here mauleon remember the context this is a prime minister who's already been found to unlawfully suspended parliament fi the biased court in the land the Supreme Court and who is also found by the quarter sessions in Edinburgh accord a rung down from the Supreme Court to have essentially lied to the Queen about the reasons that he's suspended parliament so already into unchartered territory we in uncharted territory for for some time the point here is that the prime minister and his allies say of course they respect the rule of law but they reiterate they will ask for an extension and until they allow that to play out we can't really know Oh what they're planning to do and this now infamous memo which is dominating the news or it certainly was until about five other things happened says quite explicit Louis we've got plans to not follow this law but at the same time of course we're not gonNa tell you though is because that might affect our ability to carry out these plans legally same pace let me ask you a question the Roz and it goes like this if I am a business person in the United Kingdom facing the prospect of not literally not knowing what's going to happen uh-huh or if I'm a consumer right why am I not stockpiling goods taking all my money out of the bank shoving it under my mattress and bracing for Armageddon wells some people are not the majority of people but some people are doing some stockpiling I think the reason that more people on stockpiled thing is because there's still a belief the in the end no deals not gonNA happen and that belief is rooted in two things one the fact everyone knows if the UK requests in extension the e very very likely to accept it so there's always Latin root and Barry Mind Parliament has voted on a law which achieve MP's things locks in the fact that no deal brexit cannot happen so for those two reasons the law that was recently passed and the E. U.'s position think a lot of people think will between those two things a no deal brexit is not particularly likely however in the background you do have a situation nations with the prime minister saying I consider this a viable option will happen with Theresa may was she started off saying no deal is better than a bad deal but by the end of the negotiations was essentially ruling out a no deal brexit and that's a big difference between Theresa May and Boris Johnson in the end she turned away from that option at the moment he's definitely not turning away from that option but I would add more broadly when it comes to businesses everyone wants certainty whoever whichever side of the brexit argument there on the overwhelming sentiment from businesses speak to the BBC's Mike Goodness please just tell us what's going on the bad news for them is they may not yeah

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"barry mind" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"barry mind" Discussed on Caught Offside

"They that have to wait for a little while after the bat, the caching up that Till's or attending debrief meetings. They don't leave immediately. So it's a miracle that only those on board we're not just kill but actually affected. So that that's kind of had the stadium sits religion. And as say the crush occurred in one of the staff caulking areas, Andy early dispatches said that even it was it happened. So close to the stadium that even players were some of the first people to to see it unto respond either. Leave Casper's Michael was one. I don't know that for sure I wouldn't I wouldn't like to comment on either way. Really not. I don't know if we'll have to learn about. Something so personal whether it was casper or anybody else. I don't know that would be that choice to really speak about that. The inevitably people were around as I say. You know, I think as well. We need to Barry mind. It's not just the well known folks that are involved in close to this. There were many people at that clip that we don't even know the name of who would have been close to each I and his family would have worked with him for a number of years. He was a man who took over the club in two thousand ten so that's eight years. So I think we should we should spare a thought for those who we don't often really hear that from football clubs who will be just as affected as as the Valdis in the Shinnecock Hills of the world, and are you being a longtime supporter of this club? I'm very curious because I feel like you are somebody uniquely positioned to provide this perspective the feeling around the cloud before his ownership tenure began as opposed to now how different of field. Did he bring how different of an atmosphere? I mean, we know obviously, the title that they that wind up coming under his stewardship and everything changed after that. But just just how different place was Lester before and after list is.

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"barry mind" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"barry mind" Discussed on ESPN FC

"They that have to wait for a little while after the bat, the caching up that Till's or attending debrief meetings. They don't leave immediately. So it's a miracle that only those on board we're not just kill but actually affected. So that that's kind of had the stadium sits religion. And as say the crush occurred in one of the staff caulking areas, Andy early dispatches said that even it was it happened. So close to the stadium that even players were some of the first people to to see it unto respond either. Leave Casper's Michael was one. I don't know that for sure I wouldn't I wouldn't like to comment on either way. Really not. I don't know if we'll have to learn about. Something so personal whether it was casper or anybody else. I don't know that would be that choice to really speak about that. The inevitably people were around as I say. You know, I think as well. We need to Barry mind. It's not just the well known folks that are involved in close to this. There were many people at that clip that we don't even know the name of who would have been close to each I and his family would have worked with him for a number of years. He was a man who took over the club in two thousand ten so that's eight years. So I think we should we should spare a thought for those who we don't often really hear that from football clubs who will be just as affected as as the Valdis in the Shinnecock Hills of the world, and are you being a longtime supporter of this club? I'm very curious because I feel like you are somebody uniquely positioned to provide this perspective the feeling around the cloud before his ownership tenure began as opposed to now how different of field. Did he bring how different of an atmosphere? I mean, we know obviously, the title that they that wind up coming under his stewardship and everything changed after that. But just just how different place was Lester before and after list is.

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"barry mind" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"barry mind" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"You're using positive associations. You're using food toys praise. And it's it's a very an easy way to look at. It is to say that you dogs get paid to work, and how much would you be Jim if if say your boss said to you? I need you to work overtime over the weekend without any pay. We would not have that discussion. Over it would be it's there's not much of a deal is it. It's not very motivating. So force Ray or positive reinforcement trading is focused on providing your dog something that is reinforcing something desirable. And you can you can use it desirable behavior, and you can use treats and praise and toys, and and they come as a result of this fantastic designed behavior and that is the reward. And the result is an increase definitely increase. Likelihood say likelihood. Yeah. Works by dogs is that they'll just keep doing that desired behavior over and over again and Barry mind, the reward comes after the behavior in it's not like here's a lollipop if you'll just be quiet lady do with kids. You're not bribing them like forgive you, this treat will you not be on the rogue. Yeah. No. It's the opposite way around. And is free of any force. So there you go false retreading is not bribery, and it is not pushing cookies. Doc treats, walk chicken war, come on. So that is a myth. And it's something that you should be adopting because it is positive. Okay. Here's one attell. Wag means a dog is happy. Gosh, jim. Well, that's no, really. Just a myth seriously. If parents studied some some basic body language of their pets. They would be able to read that dock so much better so much better to rely on that when you start to understand body language, and especially when it comes to you hear this a lot gosh that dog bite came out of nowhere. Trust me. There were there were signs leading up to a dog bite that you didn't see them. And you went educated in them. But the tail why can mean many things based on its position.

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"barry mind" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"barry mind" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Okay. Jamila I would like you to look at my Tinder profile. Okay. 'cause you're not on any apps? No. Have you ever been on an app? Yes, for two weeks. Really? Which one? Tenda. And how was it? I just. A fried of Moda. And so every single eleven AM each day, different dates. Eleven AM near a police station. It wasn't. It wasn't conducive to sexy. Five. That's. That's really funny. They didn't think it was very funny. So funny if I, if someone's that date with me an eleven AM next police station, I would think they were the funniest person I'd ever met that. Is it the things that women find funny or sexy Oku men did not find the Oku. What? What was one of the worst dates? He went on from tender. One of the worst dates I went on from Tinder, they were actually old fine. They will find, but it just felt like a meeting because it was AM outside days, just started on their best behavior didn't tear. I had one bad day that around the same time with a man who had gone in a couple of dates with this is a disaster. This is real. This is the most this anyone's ever been. Okay. So you ready? So I went on a date with this man, and he was lovely to me. And so we went in the second day and he was lucky to date. He brought me to meet some of his friends and I was like going well, he so charming and funny and nice. I'm is introducing me to people which means he's not ashamed of my first analogy, which is. And so then he comes over to my house like he comes over ten PM. So I was like. I've ca seven people ever. One of them is money on the show and that's contractually obliged case on camera. It's what isn't isn't. It's no, that's I think, horrible sad. And it makes me sad. Your work yet, and I still count it, which is that dick. The best. So so anyway. So I, I was like, I'm about to have my first booty call. I was so excited because I'd heard about them for years. Finally. Oh city. You know, you know, really felt like I was ready for my first booty. Cool. He turns up at my house walks in. I've never told the story publicly books takes three steps in kisses me on the cheek and then collapses face forward and has a siege, violence, Asia. He breaks all of his teeth when fools and the to the teeth and blood just explode all over my house. Barry mind, I'd been in America. I'd move to America ten days prior to this, don't know anyone hit apart from other men from Tinder, ridiculed. Situation. Very funny if this woman I met at eleven AM across from the police station to say that her friend had a seizure, and so I so this man is bleeding and seizing have my teeth everywhere. I have to call nine one one..

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"barry mind" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Let's Talk About Tech

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"barry mind" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

"Okay so i have the answers your question does that help but this addition to it usb see for my coming out you what do you do just getting the death before it you you can get you can get up to the us spec looks different it's a small connector it has one has a couple of benefits it can be plugged in either way rounded symmetrical socket so it doesn't have to get it the right way round like you do with the standard usb two or usb three now generic uspa so you can't get them to for it it's really you got to think about what what you're going to be plugging into for the most part in the near future barry mind if you thinking about a year or two down the line then by then you know the price of all the handle the capacity of these drives would have changed the price going down the capacity where going up so that time if you're gonna use usb see in the future then by in the future by one by one that doesn't need an after now that will meet your needs a usb three one and then you can eat again adapted for all by by much much faster more kapatid's your spec drive in the future get now i would i would like to ask that if if the if the the us three competitor is compatible with tablets so yes no usually will you need to use an adapter safe the if the tablet is an android tablet it will need to support standard called usb otj which means usb on the go and you an adapter and that means that you can plug it and his good for transferring files across or using it for backup storage there are proprietary devices that will work with apple all that is as you probably prochet apple that make it easy there are ways of doing with apple as well but what you can do with it when it's tach is is let's use oh for example you can't store applications on it on an iphone but you can use it to put your music collection on but usb and tablets then not an ideal mix because again it sticks out particularly within damped so if you tablet that's got micro st card slot built into it or.

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US-China trade rift could squeeze growth and hurt consumers

WSJ What's News

07:22 min | 2 years ago

US-China trade rift could squeeze growth and hurt consumers

"What's news from the Wall Street Journal, top stories and timely insights. I'm Charlie Turner in New York. The US economy added jobs at a slower pace in March than in previous months, but hiring remains strong will discuss the March employment numbers with the Wall Street Journal's Harriet, Tori. I hear some top news headlines, trade tensions continue to rise between China and the US China says it will hit back forcefully. If the US imposes newly threatened. Additional tariffs on one hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods. China's commerce, ministry spokesman described as very unreasonable and extremely wrong president. Donald Trump's announcement that he was considering penalties on an additional one hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods. The added penalties would come on top of proposed tariffs on fifty billion dollars in imports from China that Washington unveiled last week and potentially triple the amount of Chinese goods facing levies when entering the US the Trump administration announced new sanctions on fr. Friday against Russian entities and individuals including President Vladimir Putin son-in-law this in response to what the US said was Moscow's attempt to subvert western democracies and militias cyber activities. The US treasury department said the sanctions covers seven, Russian oligarchs, and twelve companies they own or control as well as seventeen senior Russian government officials and estate owned Russian weapons trading company and its subsidiary, a Russian Bank. Another privacy related headache for Facebook, consumer groups filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. Friday, saying Facebook violates user's privacy rights through its facial recognition software. The complaint was filed by a coalition of consumer organisations led by the electron privacy information center. It focuses on Facebook's tags, suggestions, feature that helps users identify people and up loaded photos by suggesting the names of people at recognizes Facebook has been under fire for mishandling user data and CEO. Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to testify at to congressional hearings next week, coming up news of slower job growth in March. This is what's news from the Wall Street Journal. Welcome back everyone. The pace of hiring in the US slowed sharply in March. The Labor Department said nonfarm payrolls, rose at a seasonally adjusted. One hundred three thousand last month way below the expected gain of one hundred seventy eight thousand new jobs and the unemployment rate held steady at four point. One percent the lowest level in seventeen years, but a bit above the expected, four percent jobless rate joining us from Washington to talk about the jobs report is Harriet Tori of the Wall Street Journal, Harriet, as mentioned a weaker than forecast job growth figure, but the labor market remained strong, doesn't it? Yeah, the late unlock. It definitely remains strong. If we look at the first quarter as a whole employs of added an average of two hundred and two thousand has a month to payrolls and that Stephanie outpaces the average monthly growth in two thousand seventeen, which was one hundred and eighty two thousand. So Amonte was kind of a week month, but it's wet Barry mind that that could also have been some payback if an extremely strong. On February when employers added three hundred twenty six thousand jobs. So overrule the labor market is still robust economists. Kind of looking at what might have happened in March and some appointing to unusually Hauch went to whether there was some quite Sibusiso, no storms on the east coast that could have kept people off the job. The jobless rate is four point, one percent it remains low. I know they expected a four percent rate, but it's an indication of a tight labor market. Yeah, that's definitely the case. It was expected that this might be the month when the unemployment rate would go down to four percent, which is a rate that hasn't been seen for many years, but it hung at four point, one percent for the six month in a row. So this is still a very, very tight labor market. And this is a very, very low rate, but people do expect that it could go. So we'll we'll see what happens in the months ahead, you know, tight labor market, but they're still wasn't a big uptick in wage growth. Was there that's also true? Wages, rose, two point, seven percent from year-earlier in Mons, and so far this year wage growth has been kind of around that level. A bit above and a bit below in in previous month. So wages haven't really increased at better than three percent rate from year alias since the loss recession on that mocks a difference between the last time employment was as low as it is now. So that was in two thousand wages were increasing in sort of the four percent range a now with? Yeah, was still still around two and a half percent or a little a little hot in the talk about which sectors of the economy showed the strongest job growth last month. I think manufacturing with straw, yes. Manufacturing did have another strong month manufacturing added twenty two thousand jobs in March, and that was that she at the same pace as the healthcare sector, which came as a positive surprise to many people. And manufacturing employment has actually been on a strong street. Recently, a loss month will of the employment gain came from the gerbil good spot of the manufacturing sector to going back to the to the topic of bad weather last month. The construction sector definitely had a bad month that had added a sixty five thousand jobs in February when it was on seasonably warm, but. March the sector lost fifteen thousand jobs, and the retail sector will so lost a few jobs that lost four point, four thousand jobs, headed out of job. So the prior two months. So that was an interesting one as well. Our employers confident about hiring prospects in the future, you know, given what's going on in Washington with a tax reform legislation. Yeah, I think tax reform was definitely a boon to the employment market is what is what many people have said 's talking to employ his. Now, there is someone set to see surrounding trades policies and how that could play out the the labor market. Another issue that keeps coming up is firms inability to find skill workers. And that seems to be a real problem for many companies out there that they having trouble finding work is that match the skills profile for the jobs that they hiring full. And that's fairly typical in a tight labor market. But it seems to be becoming more and more of a problem for companies. We do here a lot that companies are saying they really struggling to attract the is that they need. And you know, as a result, sort of having to offer things. Like sign up bonuses and so on. What about the Federal Reserve Harriet? I know the fed minutes are coming out this coming Wednesday for the last meeting. You wonder how this particular report plays into their deliberations. As far as future rate hikes are concerned? Yes. So you know, the market is making quite a lot of the fact that the hiring slowed this month. But again, if we if you look at the three month, average, the labor market is adding jobs at an extremely robust pace. So that's definitely something that the feds can cheer on the on the inflation side. It seems like it's still still kind of middling pitcher in a way. You know this two point, seven percent annual wage gain is not a breakout by any means. So station is sort of gradually moving up, but it doesn't seem to be really picking up significantly the pitcher for the fed consistent with what they've been saying that the labor market is continuing to improve. And they like to say that the data dependent and it, it's a, it's quite a few. It's a while until the next meeting. So this will be one one of many factors they'll be taking into account as as. As as Mahfoud joining us from Washington Wall Street Journal, reporter, Harriet, Tori. Thanks, Harry, thanks and that's what's news. I'm Charlie Turner from the Wall Street Journal.

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"barry mind" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"barry mind" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Some people take the view that this is purely an internal psychological thing on that parts you know i know the papal the very paypal have i was being truthful when i said people there are people who do believe that the attack by the girls did have a supernatural compound that there are people who believe that that's what i said um no one of the reasons why some people do believe that is because as i pointed out that have been uh reports of uh toll slender dopp figures in that area uh on previous occasions one of them being as i mentioned at one the guys in the book mike hugh but say uh he had a an experience in the 1990s um so you know vowed he is one of the reasons why people um uh some people look at this particular angle of the the girls in the attack from a different perspective and a just saying you know something to do with a you know with a mental illness or whatever um some people legitimately do think with the the of a strange stuff going on around waukesha that it the the full story now you know i mean there's now like as you said dive you know there's no doubt that um you know the the the courts came to a decision on those had there'll be a uh behind you know at a society for for decades um and there's no doubt that they fully believe steve in you know what they were what they were looking into in terms of the of the slammed demand thoughts as i said yes there ought to uh skills of thoughts totally different one that it is due to mental illness y on the other one is the idea that he was you know it was connected with something else i mean barry mind that's uh one of the girl's mother states say but sheets that adults treads seen something by the land by years earlier that's not me putting words in anybody's mind that that actually came from one of the mothers so you know in in other words that's why for some people there is a grey area for all the painful there's no gray area any is just mental illness all right let's first time caller atom in johnson city a c welcomed the show what did you wanna share.

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