33 Burst results for "Baynes"
"baynes" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Will come through the hackel. Does your mother prefer to come up with us to nelson. No she's special rather be bored life. They need to sit back in your control dad for you know i love that. It's not just the literal translator. She's the emotional. Translate totally is as well. And that is yeah. That's a great way to describe it up and down the keys cheeses the entire register she does at. It's almost you know. Even when she's just speaking for herself you get the sense that she's definitely learned her mother scowl which we see a lot but she hasn't quite identified what social situations to use it and she's just kinda throwing it everywhere and she's kind of a bratty kid. I love that the movie be that that we get that a couple of moments where she's tormenting the dog. Yeah and it's like you know. I don't like this kid She's telling people off. She tells her mother off. In some instances. I do think if i remember correctly this was kind of one. Your your issues too. Is like her her motivation for being the one who eventually really exposes Ada and baynes. They've been discovered but at this point at the very end. They've they've kind of reconnected with each other without all-star knowing and flora exposes that. But i do think it's key that we've seen all of this tempestuous snus from her before into realize for as much as she is the mouthpiece of her mother loves her mother. I think she also understands. Here's a hard thing about ada. I talked about this film being not necessarily about her in baynes ultimately and their romance. I don't know that it's about her in flora and her mother because this is one of the hard things about her character is there is she is loving and caring and obviously does care deeply for this child. But that is in some ways separate from the inner turmoil she's experiencing and i think flora begins to recognize that and perhaps you know her motivation for quote unquote turning her in Is sensing some instability at least trying to retain so think about think about just the traumas that she experiences that that we see here. The course of this film. And i do love the complexity which that character is portrayed in that she is not simply bratty or mean or someone who is out to get her mother. She is a human being there. she's she's a human being who behaves tempestuous who behaves erratically. The way a young child who has experienced all that instability might actually behave and that that is what i really appreciate about the way that character is written and portrayed is that she does some terrible things but in the moment. They aren't surprising. They aren't surprising in the sense that she also is trying to do what her mother is trying to do or seems to be doing. Which is she's trying to carve her own path. She's trying to be even though she's not ready for. She's trying to be her own woman. Sure he's trying to get what she wants from. These men sometimes even that that act of turning in her mother seems to be more about kind of propping her up as this voice of moral righteousness getting on allister's good side right and social. She'll use him or use your mom as she sees fit to meet her needs as a child and that that too again seems seems appropriate and difficult at times to watch but not untrue or dishonest. Yeah and we don't usually see that complex of portrayal of kid at that age. Even i. i think you know often in oscar winning roles you know you got to be something. That's more cute or or a lot of times comic relief or something like that. Perhaps yeah okay. So d- feel good. I i really liked the piano. I'm so happy. I mean i. It's it does. Yeah i know people would love for us to have bickered about that. It's just such a. It's such a wonderful film. i want people to enjoy it. I don't want anyone left out there. You go no confrontations here. We are aligned on the piano which is currently streaming on netflix and available for digital rental. Next week we will talk.
"baynes" Discussed on The Property Couch
"Pre settlement inspections. Yeah tell us tell us take us through. Some of the sort of from the perspective of the ball is what's the boss. Yeah so now i am. Can they can go outside. They call a radius and they can physically view. Those properties is still some clarification baynes salt whether or not a melvin biking go to original purchase at original by can coming to melbourne because of the different lockdown restrictions. They can complete their final inspection. They can complete their pistons building inspection evaluations and one of the last things that were was introduced about two weeks ago For those that are needing needing sell wanting to sell needing to rent wanting to rant photographers it back. Stolice backs are able to joey in facilitate the commencement of those campaigns. So that people can put the properties on the market and obviously buys can stop to go through. What's been the biggest challenge for the giants. 'cause like can have an auction with with ten registered bidders Be thinking local. Victorian agents will be stuck with that have a registration process whereas now that'd be seeing that as a positive. Yes you know again. The pennock demonstrated that victoria had needs to have a registration process for auction. So you know that. Certainly bain flag with government multiple times now. So if you're in the lockdown metro area you. Auctions are only online If you're in the regional area auctions are up to ten people can participate. It's still got that. Hybrid approach ginette hybrid. Approach will continue. I wouldn't be surprised if his numbers today. Sitting in about six to eight hundred and something You know it'd be certainly encouraging people to remind with online auctions rather than taking them to the straight although auction is probably won't agree with me because we know how much they love the surrounded but from a from an ability of trying to everyone and crosscheck and you know we now dealing with the potential mandatory vaccination registration list of things. It's probably easier to leave it online for this period. Observations chris. Clearly the at first people slow to hike up then it becomes the the knoll. What what what are some of the things that you from. The perspective of the the the institute with online auctions was was there any compliance. Was there any sort of hidden things that people haven't thought about with the auction process old vine lodge was adopted and went through reasonably.
"baynes" Discussed on Fear And Greed
"That dug out of the back of the cupboard if case of emergency bright loss coffee. That's and this this canada's emergency so they'll be guy so i i totally disagree. I think the delivery drivers of the world and certainly in my region in my state around the country are doing eat magnificent job. They've never been busier on mind. If i twenty four hours off to actually push on conditions in tie in these guys coming and knocking on the door in facing up people that know what the yangtze in terms of kevin that good autumn and obviously a lot of australia past wasn't the has hundreds of workers are actually offering oscillation because of a covert concerns. So lovey michael highly disagree. I'm not going to get into a divided added bought. Yes but most delivery drivers. They say they're doing contactless delivery. So they're not actually coming into contact with his fable and growth is not about the delivery drivers themselves it is about the companies that i perhaps not putting enough drivers or not preparing for. What is a pretty obvious surge in demand that has now been surging for the last eighteen months two years. We shouldn't be in this position of whiting. I nine to ten days for coffee baynes and when they packed the trucks across the drive bys in your rotting on the footpath with your kids on a bike knocking off pedestrians they trucks are in the why he's always trying to say so not unlock the direction. We're going here and i'm not. I'm not a fan of you. Turn it might be time to wrap this up. I think at dame ski thank you. Are you doing anything On this fine day yes sean. We are having a permitted gathering as a family. So i'm really looking forward to that. It what about you mickey. I'll be drinking my coffee beans covetousness. Have i arrived. They have iran was relief. It was quite a relief. It was it was a first world problem result. Fantastic coffee beans is the business drifts away. Very nice and joey dies this morning sunday. The twenty six th september twenty twenty one michael. Adam thanksgiving pot of it. Thank you sean. Thank you sean. Michael and i will be back tomorrow morning with the regulation of fear and greed. Enjoy your sunday..
"baynes" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
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"baynes" Discussed on The AO Show
"Him to next all right. Let's turn our attention to the women. Now casey. if you'd work in from a two week coma to discover that amaretto connor who had beaten layla. finand is in a us open final. You'd be forgiven for thinking you've been asleep for a lot longer. Just insane like honestly insein. We've all been in tennessee for a long time and there's no way that we could have ever predicted that we would have seen what we've just seen in the women's game. I think the one thing for me. I guess we've talked. There's a lot of stats baynes thrown about in the records that are being broken if meets the inexperience of of a radikal new. And what she's being able to achieve that's really stood out for me. I mean she's hardly played at wti. She's played one. We wouldn't few months prior but other than that. She's so inexperienced. Recod stir her her development in terms of being competitive That's amazed just astonishing. What she's been able to achieve into come through so convincingly from qualifying. Yeah i mean. It's it's just amazing. But i think for lila fernandez as lefty and what she's brought. I mean think about the players that she one bait throughout the tournament as well just really modify as well on the women's too but yeah inside. I don't even account even put into words. Because i think all of us is struggling to really understand is in process but great for the women's game as well. You're something that ought i felt. Watching was that serena was a conversation that the beginning but at the end nylons mentioned her and i find it really interesting if she was sitting at high watching this guy. Oh okay Can still compete with this generation coming now with. What red economy did the aggressive fly with. How fast libraries around the corner and brad. You've been around champions. Jim korea They comes at a great platter Even as great as that doubts Cnn what does she do now. What decision to she does he still can come does he. Come to the. I o next. Yeah it's it's a. That's a tough question. I i mean really. I don't know the answer to that question. I really don't you know I think that's such a personal thing for her for where she's at in her life and what she wants to do and we've known for a while that she's she's really been pushing the try you know. Break this record and get one more on the on the books so that she can. She can be the greatest of all time not that. She's not the greatest of all time. Necessarily but yeah. I think that's a really hard question. I have no clue what she's gonna do at this. Point really hardens. And no and where she's at with her with her mind and her training she willing to do you think players stop for one of two reasons. They stop either. Because it's physical. You can play anymore. You have an injury or something that keeps you from competing or you stop because you mentally you. Just don't have the the desire the commitment anymore to do the work that it takes to be ready to play a grand slam and all the other tournament you have to play to prepare and do that. And so i think for her. It's a little bit of where she's out with both of those things you know and trying to figure out if she wants to put in the time and the effort so it'll be interesting. It'll be interesting to see in terms of the women's game. We've talked about the death in the game for a long time. And i think these youngsters i'm that have just come through. Have even you know. Probably put a few more thoughts into the locks of ash body and the speed elaine..
"baynes" Discussed on PTI
"Tonight's men's basketball semi final team. Usa team australia. So i was always going to say the united states. Because i actually believe that kevin durant is going to impose his will on this game. They're going to win this game but a conversation. I had today with brian. Windhorst on my podcast made that point even stronger to me. He pointed out that when australia played against the united states in that exhibition game last month in las vegas they went inside all the time because the united states doesn't have any real traditional big men that are any good and they scored i believe twenty two baskets inside and part of that combination was our danes in the middle big strong. Aaron baynes a lot of years in boston. They need baynes to do that again. But and there's always a but against italy. Baynes left the bench in the middle of the game to go to the bathroom. He goes to the bathroom. He slips on the tile floor. He smashes his head. He's out he's out for this game. So i mean that that to me. That's the clincher. While saving united states. Tony this is really hard for me to hear. Not just because. I'm gonna pick australia anyway. But because brian winters told me that story on my podcast earlier this week and i don't know who is cheating on who here in this podcast. Aaron baynes love triangle with brian winters. Unless point this out. Australia has not lost the olympics. They beating the us twice. And if aaron baines is ever the keystone to anything then you're in trouble. Luckily i think australia has joe ingles and patty mills and my guy matisse titled from the sixers. I feel good about being anti patriotic. Under these circumstances. That's it let's take one last break for max. Scherzer warrior god is ready to take the mound for the dodgers tonight. And if you've ever wanted white lines coach. Dan campbell is so high energy. We may have an answer. So we do. You really do like australian. Because i really do like the united states. Oh tony i don't think you can shut down to ranch day today in the nba. What in this game. I think he's slows them down better than anybody else in the olympic fields so expresses all new and made to express you from the stretches teams in the game to confidence boosting suits that. Feel like sweats. Discover new arrivals at express shopping express dot com or in stores. Do.
"baynes" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast
"Now. They'd beat the czech republic for example by thirty or forty points. Fine right but france team by twenty. I wonder what they do against teams like slovenia argentina. Sonars australia spain. The better teams in the world. I wanna see what they do against because that will give me a good idea of what of what. I'm getting the united states right. I know they invading australia. I know that they lost the minority. Nearly lost to france writes the two top teams the teams. That probably have a chance to win. Gold haven't beaten. I think slovenia's got a good chance to be nice days. 'cause united states is not guarded three very well and i don't think they really have anyone that can guard. Luke guard luca effectively. Anything converts the painting. Luca they have so many has four the shooters for three years in In a big role to the basket in america's problem is they don't defend the three well enough and a also are efficient on offense in third thing is they don't have loss so there. Is that whole reporter right and this is the interesting thing about the olympics. Obviously compare to the nba. The nba's is like all we wanna go small. We wanna do this in that. The olympics is very different. Lobbies teams have bigs and they like to go inside and use their effectively. France had rudy gobert in six eleven guy in a lot of right. Australia had to traditional bigs air baynes and then another guy who was like six ten right.
"baynes" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Pm showtime six. The reservations coming in heavy. We had the one and only from the movie friday. Aj johnson's in the building whistles character from that movie bobby email he's l. will be in the building. Please hit me up a sap. Yesterday we got a ton of reservations. Let's go Sunday's new saturday nights at the imu eight thirty one south delaware. Also boy sean. Harvey dj hassle. So did after party. Aj jonah from the movie fridays. We'll be in the building. And if you never met barbie clones beat in also sydney j. Let's go. Yeah we have terrible lee scott in the building. What's up. hey how are you now what we're gonna do league because we found to show bobby. We find out pricing for the chair. Okay came up too damn near four hundred dollars with the delivery for damn share for a chair. Yeah if it was one seventy five for the chair with the tax and they wanted to number one change for the delivery sydney. And i have come up with the chair. We're going to rent a chairs. The chairs only fifty dollars here for the they got marketplace out somebody without a cheer right the throne chair. Yeah it's not a toll chip. But i yeah so for fifty dollars fifty bucks. That's a whole lot better right because four hundred dollars. I send you four hundred. Maybe a chance so we have the fifty bucks start from there. Okay let my beloved nephew. Okay got is building haley. Good morning to you. Derek evans is here. Hey derek gordon. He said we don't need a chair. Guy go we need to. He needed share. Or we you. He's just saying we don't need to change. Need a chair. We have here. We're the baby. We're having a baby bay. We i say this with the most sincere condolences. We've had some our beloved numbers. Pass away on this show barbeque alone. Chincoteague who sit in the chair jail. The gifts don't own. We're going to get a we're going to get a cutout pitcher of me of april or said one. Yeah come on in my mind my mind. I'm there i go yesterday. I i the next room lead if you don't mind. Could your inbox a pitcher of your wife. And then we're going to cut out thing. We sit the pitcher and league back. I need a picture you got here yet. A chess is part of. What am i gonna move for. Trust is a regular chan is really. Okay thanks okay. That's how you really big a so. We we do. Is we do a cut out of lee and april problem in the chair i get together with. That's right. we got it. We suggest you bring. I would suggest you inbox pitch of you and your wife and then we'll make a cut out of it not having a baby everybody. We've never had a burial. We're saying come on everybody. Let's get into it and get into aid per star. Print put hall or bail surplus. What's your last name. I think think wrote stop here. He's he's in the room now. Full time god bless shoes a young cat. That likes the bars. And he's record producer. He's producers rapper. Baynes baynes put hall. He's probably not sagar's robert gaza that of china. Sure bain komo barbara with an acer ban. You know a lot of a giant island are you from again Serbain he said because he said I asked him about the name changes..
"baynes" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"It was very anzac. Dago to me to my sensibility. It was so much like for king and country and the glory and blah blah blah. Yeah i got the. I got that big thing about the glory of war but what i think they showed was when those boys were even shooting scare. Crows was tears. It was yeah you know. it's not glorious. None think they showed that. Did you say the joy in their faces. When they realized that they want hadn't killed any happy just like like moving people these forty but then their must get shot in front of them so they are one hundred percent traumatize from. Oh absolutely i really liked the whole like what mom was saying about the whole like when we say the country part yeah. I did a decent job at not. Glad like making it look super glamorous. He didn't yeah. I think you really wanted to. I couldn't tell how old any of those boys wa. They looked like they were ten. Looks like twelve but then like baynes looked like seventeen. It's like yeah they were. They were high school so they obviously can be different ages but like how old was let him. I couldn't figure it out. I was like are you meant to be twelve or you meant to be sixteen. I can't tell you. But when i say kids i see kids sometimes in uniform and they've got like full bid and i'm i'm a grown is adult and i can't even grow so you know like yeah. Yeah it's journal. that's true you can. You can do that. My son would go to sports things. And they'd be kid. Be playing against on pretty show had a wife and kids on the sideline and other ones who looked like they just got their first pimple and they all were the same age and i think this can this be fortunate with ladimir as well as as being one of those younger looking actors because they had to..
"baynes" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"I wasn't a huge fan of the lucy's acting but in this episode. Where she she shoots the headmaster and then it is basically like all right. Who wants so. I was like. Oh my god. She's really good very long so maybe she few a month old. At this point. I think based off the time line or what have are like two months old. But that's pretty old. He is she might look like this stubby little girl but she's like i don't know if you're a woman we'll remember. She early looks like that because they found a little girl. If they had found an old woman then she would be older than mother. Charge the bodies to make them look like family because you see them. Choose the body. Use latimer's body. They like he's just there. So mike baynes banks are entire that the other ones that they're just like a look. That looks like a good person..
"baynes" Discussed on Mental Health In Minnesota
"And i can say a tangible way that it's worked for twenty twenty just as we said that we were talking about george floyd yes. I think you can see in a very tangible manner. Just the worldwide impact that had Wit protests that sparked everywhere. And now we see we see new ideas coming were like joyous boy police in that and things of that nature you see these protests lead into policy changes and one tangible way that you can identify the impact of protest is look at the opposition in the now. Look at what they are doing in response right. Look at all these anti protests in law yes look at all these voter restrictions and these things come about because that's that's the white supremacist system. Fight him back yance. Try not to get taken down. That's shows you that. These protests are having impact. I think if you really really look at it. Opposition look at the way the reactions towards baynes Thorough people in power positions. You see i mean it. They are just having an impact no doubt for sure. So what sorts of things would you say to the young person about taking their voice Against inequity injustice. You know what would you say to them to encourage them as we go through this very very very difficult time because it's been it's been difficult in change. Usually you know the situation usually gets worse before it gets better. And so what can you say that would be encouraging about activism and about What it does for you as well absolutely and and and it kind of piggyback off the last question with this one and just even our encouraged one way. I wear occurrence. People young people to see the importance of their boys. And i will how what it means is by looking at what these protests from a lot of young people. A big one. I'll look at the voting impact that it led to in this last election The voter turnout look at what we did what we accomplished..
"baynes" Discussed on Winning Plays
"Because I think obviously, Jared Allen's restricted. Frank Kaminsky, no thing reached. Run interactive Olympian JaVale McGee? Hey, maybe I'm in. He the guys got Championship experience. He right. I mean, he's, he's shown that. Like, he, I mean, obviously There Was, You know, the, the reputation you had is younger player. Maybe that was, maybe it was well deserved for right now. I mean, he he won titles and Golden State, right? Like the guy, I mean, even if he's not playing necessarily, he could be a month, just a, just a guy, you could plug in again, you could start him for ten minutes claim, ten minutes a game, right? Cuz that's, that's all you're really looking for with these centers, especially when you have out bulb is unrestricted. Never going to say no no bond and I have a real so you're getting rid of taco and you need you need a little bit, some of that fan draw. You could could go with bobong, enes Kanter. No thank you. Aaron Baynes will probably be available. He's got a blue team option that troubles likely going to decline. So yeah, again you have a nice pic of your over the hill. Slasher tenders will be out there. One of those guys will take next to nothing to play for you in that scenario..
"baynes" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"My everything really was connected to one person and when that gets seven immediately go into panic might go. Okay what am i gonna do. Yeah as single mom yes. At the time i was yes. I was ten eleven. Yeah so you've gotta find a new job in a way of putting food on the table for her as well right. So what did you do. Well i it was. It was really hot. Actually because i felt like my life always baynes sales or marketing of some kind and i was pretty over qualified for a lot of the roles that i've been gone going for after i is general manager of corum and also because like god left in a hurry and and feel the pressure of what what am i going today and i ended up going. I applied for jobs and didn't get anything then. I ended up going back to work for pay as bid manager which was something that i did before my corn day. So it kinda went back to what. I used to know because when my relationship break-up was in trouble financially as well one job wasn't enough and so i actually needed to jobs and my other job happened to be writing for magazine and our gotten to neither guys from solve magazine quite well during my time at corum which i'm always super grateful for not just really loved doing it so i actually had a job and then i had a second job which resolved magazine and you know eventually worked myself out of the financial pu but it took two jobs to do it. Yeah right so your side-hustle became something that you developed into. You'll real mind gig. I really enjoyed salt magazine when it was around. What happened to that. I think we sold magazine is a great magazine. And what gang. Jay bruce very very innovative. In the beginning i guess the internet happens and so did a competitor and.
"baynes" Discussed on LeVar Burton Reads
"Settle your stare on the angel you find her looking back. Those bright is expectant. You search your thoughts. A second time for a truth will have to be greater than the last something more than ally something you wouldn't want known by anyone a true confession. I've stolen you blurt out that one truly fills you with shame from the factory. Some of the women no a man who trades in the dresses we make. He pays half a week salary for every bundle. I stole dresses for over four months and sold them to make money. You'd only stopped when i e she grew suspicious if she'd ever found out. You didn't think you'd be able to face the disappointment in her eyes. I know it was wrong. The pain that comes is no less for all that you have braced for it there. Is that feeling again of being caught up by invisible hands and something being torn out of. You stripped clean like meat from the bone. When it passes you stumble up to your knees fighting the urge not to empty your stomach. Your eyes wander back to seeker. You find the angel staring down at you. That set face devoid of pleasure or pity not enough. She pronounces you have not yet met our bargain. Your tortured body sags under the weight of that judgment. I've given you all that i can. You breathe no angel counters. You have not. I see truth that which is hidden in the deepest recesses of the soul. Get you have scarcely plum those depths instead you throw up. What draws you skin from. The surface lies in thievery. There is derision in her voice. You think i am impressed with the banalities of mortal existence. You think this is enough to win my favor. What do you want is a question wrapped in frustration. More the angel demands. You glare up in exasperation that fast blooms into anger. I've given you all. I can seeker surges forward bending down so low that her head comes only an arm span from your own the dazzling light behind those crescent is baynes you in their brilliance. You would have hand to your face. A feeble shield against that glare. I am seeker. The angel declares her voice thundering ice search. For truth. i am drawn to it. Do you think your small mortal soul can conceal itself from me. Do you think. I cannot see what you keep secreted in. Its innermost chambers a coldness for like dark pit in your stomach. I know what seeker. Let's out a sharp his cutting off your words with the ease of a blade slicing through poorly stitched cloth. Do not lie to me. Each were bears a warning age. A girl barely a woman sets out to find me to make a bargain for her dying sister to ask for nothing less than a miracle..
Israeli Spyware Maker Is in Spotlight Amid Reports of Wide Abuses
"Israeli firm uses windows zero days to deploy spyware microsoft and citizen lab have linked israeli spyware company. Candy also tracked as sour gum to new windows. Spyware dubbed devil's tongue deployed using now patched windows. Zero day vulnerabilities. Candy row is a secretive israel based company. That sells spyware exclusively. The government's explained citizen lab and their spyware can infect and monitor. Iphones androids max. Pc's and cloud accounts citizen lab also tied over seven hundred and fifty websites to kangaroos spyware infrastructure finding that many of these domains mimicked domains representing media companies and advocacy organizations including amnesty. International and. Black lives matter. Cyber attacks increased seventeen percent in first-quarter. Twenty twenty one with seventy seven percent being targeted attacks this according to a new positive technologies cybersecurity threats scape q. One twenty twenty one report cybercriminals typically attacked government institutions industrial companies and science and education institutions. The main motive for attacks on both organizations and individuals remains acquisition data. Other findings in the report include. That ransomware is still the malware that is most often used by attackers. That the most popular vulnerabilities for attackers. This quarter were microsoft exchange server acceleration and sonic wall. Vpn and that more cybercriminals are developing malware to conduct attacks on virtualization environments another unpacked bug in windows prince. Buhler microsoft is warning of another vulnerability in its windows print spooner that can allow attackers to elevate privilege to gain full user rights to assist them this follows they're patching of two other remote code execution bugs that collectively became known as print nightmare. Microsoft released a new advisory late. Thursday for the vulnerability tracked as cv. Twenty twenty one dash three four four eight one microsoft credited dragos vulnerability researcher jacob baynes for identifying the issue. The vulnerability exists when the windows print spoiler service improperly performs privileged file operations
"baynes" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Can generate enough electricity to drive a car. Three quarters of a mile so very much. Everyone can go mile every day. We could probably we could probably go like three miles everyday students but this is also crazy. So he's also offering students at his university the olsen national institute of science technology if they use one of his toilets they can earn currency called g google. And if you use that you can you can you. Can you can earn ten g a day. And then you can use that currency to buy goods on campus like coffee noodles books and they can get on the internet because he's got cameras and all that session nursing currency to have on campus. I got a lot of what do you think about what you think about sarah bro. She's always seems cool but she's got so much g get at all. Yeah i know her. I know her cribs dope. But she's that's all g-go cashier got she's got ibs. God knows what we could buy if we can combine forces there in doing one student said i even. I'd only thought about feces dirty. But now it's a treasure of great value to me. I haven't talked about feces during mealtimes to think about buying any book. I want so we should rip off the skies again. Have a heart. Ohio like contest with our own shooting leaderboard products that you can actually your could do something good in march. I don't know if these birch. Yeah we should. We should see we can talk to someone for that university. See what the vibe is over there. This one of the toilets. We do ads for him. Yeah that'd be awesome and finally the bucket will bugging two cards really. It's the bucket l. Scale those sick man. I don't have to pay for gas butt cheeks really not into riding in my car because it smells like shit eating your way across country this day when my day all right finally let's close up the glorious talk international known by going to just outside liverpool in nest in england for one of the worst but warranted deaths. I've ever heard of and this is karina smith. She is a very protective mother of two. Who learned that. Her husband eighty year. Michael baynes had been abusing her two children back in the day. Young girl and a boy after her daughter told her that they had been abused for years by baynes likely causing the suicide of her brother. Craig in two thousand seven so just a very piece of shit so last year after learning of the atrocities. This piece of shit committed against her kids. She did whatever every mother wants to do. She fucking killed him only. She didn't just shoot him while he slept. No no she thought he deserved more than that so one night. She boiled to kettles water and through in three bags bags of sugar to create a lava like liquid and poured it all over this bastard while he slept. Yeah she. golden crowned. From game of thrones day woke up to feel the pain yet. The reason the reason she had the sugar according to the police quote the sugar made the liquid more vicious thicker and stickier so that it stayed on the skin and caused greater damage. So he just didn't just peel off. It was like seeping into his bowdlerise. We didn't we didn't ask right. Hit associate since you have the criminal nickname. That candy lady. sweet mickey. Yeah so he had burns all over a third of his body causing them to suffer through surgeries and skin graphs for five weeks before eventually dying. Unfortunately the mom has been sentenced to life in prison. She might get paroled after twelve years but revenge served cold and hot for this bastard. Hit that again. Those great ultra. Unfortunately mom has been sentenced to life in prison for her actions but revenge was served cold and hot for this bester. Yeah i go. Oh yeah okay well. Let's wrap it up with a piece of business tick please you. Who says taking care of yourself needs to be hard. what's great about. Cd's it helps you feel better without making drastic changes to your team. Because no hi. i'm sober..
"baynes" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"And thirty. One of the dental market podcast. I'm your host michael audience and this episode. I am talking with pau. Baynes and paul's software engineer and his spouse wife is the one who started the practice they both started the practice but she's the dentist in the family and he walks us through the whole process of how they did it how they located where they're going to put their practice. How at the beginning. He was looking to acquire of or transition into a practice but it was a very competitive field right or a very competitive location where he was at so they decided to do a startup from scratch and he talks about that and i love the way i mean he. He's an engineer so he has an engineer. My set and he reversed engineer his startup process. Meaning okay what is the worst case scenario that can happen in this process and go from there and so listen to exactly how he did it. I mean how. He found a cpa his architect. Lawyer all these all these people and gives the names of the people he found and how amazing they did at their job and so we discussed that. We also talk about the timeline of starting his practice because he opened in. I believe it was february. Twenty twenty so it was literally a couple like a month before the pandemic and then boom the pandemic. so what happened right. How did he survive. What was he doing in order to stay afloat and to keep their doors open. And then once you know boston was able to open up a little bit more. What he transitioned to start doing for marketing and advertising ben. So listen to that because it's very very interesting and we also talk about the psychology. This is what. I love that. That paul mentioned the psychology behind doing a startup. We talk about this sometimes in some episodes but i really enjoy and appreciate the fact that he dives a little bit deeper into this part on. Especially if you're starting up a practice with your spouse your significant other right. There's a lot that goes behind in your in your mind in your psychology. That can that can really mess with you. So he discusses that. And maybe a lot of you guys can relate to that as well and one thing that i love is a major factor that he contributes their growth is software and he talks to us specifically some of the best software that he uses for his practice right now and how it's helping them grow become more efficient become more comprehensive and so forth so guys without further delay. Here is paul baynes..
"baynes" Discussed on FoodStuff
"Love this of it. What about the nutrition. It of course depends on exactly what you put into them Many canned foods do contain a bunch of added sugars and salts so you know read your nutrition labels but beans are pretty good for you. You know they've got a good punch of protein and minerals insoluble fiber and although in general fresher frozen produce is best. Canned beans are pretty. Okay option Because what you generally lose do canning vitamin content. And that's not really where beans shine that much anyway. Less the canning process reduces the compounds and beans that That muck about with your with your digestive system's capability to absorb minerals so so that's good. I'm an also The canning process the cooking process will Increase available fiber molecules too. That's cool research has shown that baked beans are pretty great option for getting quick and easy nutrients into your diet especially as a replacement for less healthy snacks insides. I'm just yeah. I watched that salt and sugar content and hydrate always hydrate but For best results. Yeah make your baked beans from scratch with a minimum of those sugars and salts to taste. Also i have. I have a gas aside here. Oh a cannot wait because baynes are as we all know the musical fruit We all know it. We yep yep it is known Okay so so beings can indeed make you more gase Especially if you don't eat them regularly because they contain types of that. Your body cannot digest however microbes that live in your gut. Sure can digest them. And so what happens. Is those microbes. Eat those fibers. And then they excrete gases. Which will build up in your guts until you pass them out. Meaning that yes. The primary reason that you fart is that microbes inside you are farting and then you find out there farts the true circle of life. It is it is. It's the circle of arts mum Hat tip hat tip to ben bullen and the old days of the brain stuff youtube series for the exact phrasing on that one getting to the bottom of these very important questions behind the rhymes. We all said as children..
Joe Biden suffers "hairline fractures" in foot, doctor says
"Biden was trending because he tripped over his dog and apparently has a broken foot. That wasn't something that we expected to happen. And when i say trip over his dog i don't know they'll be some sort of Some sort of study A group will be put together to determine whether it was an accident or is that dog working for somebody saying terrorists have now taken over the dogs and you knew this from the start. Didn't you cool baynes. This is why you're afraid of all animals just before we get hate emails. He was playing with his dog and slipped and broke. Like has a hairline fracture. Why would we get hate emails as you said. He tripped over his dog. What are you putting him to take the other side. He didn't trip over the dog. He was playing with the dog slipping. I mean semantics. Everybody's tried to tribute get whenever you bring up. Politics will come. But i'm just saying. I don't know that that's a. I don't notice the difference in what you're saying there but by the way why do we know about it. Well you know we know about it because he apparently had to go to the doctor. Get an x ray and it shows a hairline fracture so this is what we were all concerned about right. The man is going to be eventually the oldest president. Just what we thought we feed. Dogs are big. He's just can't using dogs to mean feet using dogs to me. dogs adopted. Dogs are pre large yards animals but his feeder does not up for the task saying oh they've said about biden for years tiny week feed for. I don't know that they've been saying that for years. Actually miss that so maybe a little bit later on. We'll get into the injuries that your dog caused you. Because that'll be fun. It'll make you feel very presidential. Thank at the same
Rapper who bragged in video about benefits scam is arrested
"Nuke Basil is rapper and he bragged in a youtube music video about getting rich from an unemployment scam. While now his bragging has got him in jail has really Ms Fun Trail Baynes he's of Memphis and. He is expected to make his first court appearance in downtown L. A. on Friday. He was arrested in Vegas. So what happened is he made a music video posted it and he was bragging about his swagger for E. D. D. and holding up stacks of the bank cards that came from the PCP loans and one of the lines in the song is you gotta sell cocaine just file claim while they investigated him and found ninety two of those debit cards preloaded totaling more than one point two, million dollars fraudulently obtained benefits from the first stimulus package. Good to see they've got a tight rein on it right If convicted Nuke Basil faces twenty two years in prison. Good.
Vaughan Shanks Pitches the Cydarm Soc Incident Management Platform
"So it is a case management platform it's a web APP. It's typically deployed into a security operation center and it just helps you keep track of all of the activities that people working on. So this is like highs management software essentially for specifically for talk is that right? Exactly, it's case management for security operations. Okay. What sort of things do you use the software to do like about doing real deep deep dives on incidents because a lot of the time when we think of like response software, we think forensic. So whatever this isn't really that isn't no this is. An ailing people to collaborate better and a K pot of that. We noticed that often the way the white people do security operations using generic ticketing systems, and there are pine to us. They require extensive customization to do anything close to. What we would be regarded as best practice and You know the the data entry is often a complaint pine I'm so we've aimed to make an experience that's really easy to use and is already set up to security operations. I can sorry this is really designed to replace like Jira in the sock. Yes. We we do often generic atheist platforms and yet this is a big step up from that. Okay. In what sense right? So if I upgrade from a generic ticketing platform and I get myself side on what is getting me that those platforms I'm can't give me so. We have a built in workflow that is based off the computer security incident handling God from this. In fact, we steal all of our best moves from the computer security instant handling God. It's the best advice. We could find a way not to tell people how to do their job we just by us, but best practice as out as out benchmark Yep. So you steal the workflows and create some yeah krantz. Can Software? I haven't spoken to anyone about this but I think you know imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and I think would probably be glad to know that someone out there is hitting their advice. Yeah. Well, I mean I think they put out this advice so that people like you will do things like this. Can you give us an example of like A typical sort of incident that's commonly handled through this platform and what the collaboration component looks like. Right? Because I'm thinking what sort of collaboration do you really need outside the Salk? Why? Why do you need a you know an actual platform to handle that So what we've is that many of our customers not only have internal tailfin if it's small internal team, I'm thinking they might have managed service provider that that gives them out of our support and depending on the nitrogen incident if something escalates and and there's people involved and there's conjecture about insider threats or other sensitive data coming out of the system, you don't necessarily want all of that data to be available to everyone who's who's collaborating, but you still need to have a tight look you need to be able to collaborate without much hassle so. We've we've used I access control to enable collaboration. Okay. So this is this allows for the discussion of sensitive incidence because quite often. In the case of a major incident, people will spin up their own slack. That's sort of the way that the. Slack specific to that incident but this is more for the work. Day. Incidence. The incidents of all shapes and sizes and can I say I very careful using slack for incident response it does still local copies of your information on every device that is logging into that channel. So that is why to make sure your sensitive response dieters scattered around many many. It's a good way to make sure your sensitive daughter is in as many places as humanly. Possible. Exactly, and certainly, those baynes among some instances of wears slack has slack as a useful vector for an attacker if you WANNA move laterally. Maybe. Having a rummage through someone's slack files is probably a good way to start getting ideas about. Passwords or other things you could connect to yeah. Yeah. Yes I think slack for incident response is you know it's a default it's a default option people use because it's it's easy and it's got a nice user experience. So the question we ask you what if you could take over the rig of a case management platform which sounds very serious. But make it as easy to use as something like slack. Do you actually have a chat function in the in the platform? Not really a chat function. It looks a little more like like using a conversation in twitter old Lincoln it's more like a threat in that sense. Yeah. That makes a Lotta sense right? So it's Malaysia DMZ but everything would be cataloged logged and it's it's it's sort of like sounds a little bit more serious than slack but a little less serious than. Help me out. Then what? Out To. Throw too many vandals under the bus. But there there is some some shockers out there just just stuff like. Why are you recording notes in notepad? All will case management system is is kind of awful. I only use it once a day from force to.
It IS ALT Season
"Have been some amazing moves out there and it is well and truly season right now. On. The shots where I guy from I'm looking for the wake league is all the way to the fifteen minute timeframe are what? Made investments recently into verge. I've made investments recently into novels. The known abbreviated version of nells. About an signed now's his novels Molina. And that's only gonNA. Make sense if you are a rugby head especially, if you're Kiwi rugby hit, he's just now tonight looking at the weekly here looking at the weekly on verge on looking to capture these markets in what I understand, which is reading, Chop noted that people have their fundamental views and what and that's fine. I've got no issue with debt if America say it that way I don't see the value in nice fundamental because I don't believe there's enough there may look at that's a kite. So h their own, but I'm on is this just fall on the way to do it? You know what I mean. For mates shots, I'm doing great. This great two-day does it a rocket off with massive moves like banned for example, what an example that is absolutely kicked us. This baynes some monster moves and I just want to make sure that you're you're aware of it and that you're involved in it because man, this is what this market is about. It's about these sorts of things. We are going absolutely. Jets crack is at the moment the it is all season big-time Whether you a looking at your investment. So you're looking at your fundamentally looking at investments I mean, look go back and have a look on the second of. August. Go that can have a look at that little bullish candle on the to date shot on band bitcoin wrought from that point to where it is. Now he's over two hundred and sixteen percent, and that was one simple tried you could've taken. Simple stuff technical analysis people say, Oh, it doesn't work people has that have no idea they're wrong and don't forget base. With paypal. What I mean by this is all been trying to fifteen years ornate come down in the show know what I'm doing been doing this for nearly Longa. Out there on the where of a prophet maybe talk. Nearly everybody I've been doing this long before that doesn't make me better. It doesn't mean that I should be you know. something. Special note at all, it just means it of God experienced God's of work with is of what with. Is the big deal and create their rotten are. To call the exchange of what the New York Stock Exchange tried station CNC markets. I mean, the CNA. Credibility, it leaves here. What I'm saying is for you if you're sitting on the fence in your bid on shoal, stop it. Stop It. I've got that much free content if foyer. But that much stuff saucer that say what you think that you should go fill your boots,
Old Art Offers Agriculture Info
"Pieter Bruegel, iconic, fifteen sixty five painting, the harvesters hangs at the Metropolitan Museum of art in New York City. The work depicts peasants cutting stocks of wheat nearly as tall as they are nowadays. If you walk through field, you're basically see. Read is about me hide. The short stature is actually a consequence of breeding from the second half of the Twentieth Century, University of Biologists Eve dismised selective breeding favorite genes for reduced height because they came along with genes. Genes for increasing yields defeated growing population. The says we is just one example of how historical artwork can allow us to track the transformation of food crops. Over time. He teamed up with Art Historian David Fron of Almirante to catalog such artwork from around the world. We have made looking at things where we can can canceled changes in shape in in size friends since childhood, their interest in plants in our work began with a visit to the. The Hermitage museum in Saint Petersburg Russia where they noticed odd-looking watermelon in an early seventeenth century painting by Flemish artist Frans Snyders, so if you think of melon, you got the through the door on the inside, but don't appear to be failing white biologist. Dismiss it as soon. The teacher had done a poor job, but art historian Front Helen and a different idea. He Says No. This is the best painters ever from that era so if he baynes. Baynes it like that that's the way must have looked like other paintings revealed that both red and white watermelons were cultivated during the seventeenth century. The color is determined by a gene that controls the pigment lycopene. There must have been sort of predation preventing the accumulation of the color now with all genetic knowledge that we have from various blunt species. We can look in more detail how something comes about for example dismissed, says carrots for started to be. As, orange only in the sixteenth century, thanks to selective breeding, Beta carotene pigment, and until the eighteenth century European strawberries appeared tiny paintings, they van grew in size with the advent of crossbreeding with north. American varieties. The research is in the journal Trends in plant science. Ultimately, the team hopes to create an online research database of historical plant artwork. They seek the contributions of art enthusiasts the world the the Social Media Hashtag. Art, genetics. In the source paintings need to be realistic. If you're going to use for example big also to try and understand how a bear in the early twentieth century, you might be misled. Indeed such an attempt could be fruitless.
Lack of Accountability for Police Violence is Solvable
"This is solvable. I'm Jacob Weisberg. There is a lack of accountability for police, violence and one part of. Solving that is to give federal prosecutors more tools, so they can actually prosecute this cases. Approximately a thousand people killed during police encounters in the United States every year. And in fact, that number is held steady for nearly twenty years. Around half of those killed or white. Black Americans are more than twice as likely to die at the hands of police. They are killed disproportionately to their overall representation in the population. I'm thinking about. Say The shooting of Philander Castille. CAPLESS Tamir Rice twelve year, old boy, who was shot and killed by an officer when playing in a park in Cleveland. How do we achieve racial justice while protecting public safety? Lawyer Cheer Baynes believes the federal. Government has a key role to play. What exactly would you like to see? Happen there for Congress to lower the intense standard from willfulness recklessness, so that it would be a federal crime recklessly deprive someone of their rights under color of law to recklessly use excessive force for all the Americans who died during police encounters in less than two percent of cases, does an officer end up being charged with a crime? When you were at Doj how many times did specific language of willful thwart possible prosecution of of an officer? You think you felt a done something wrong. Routinely, that was the biggest barrier. It was always the central concern. Kira. Who's devoted his career to ending impunity for officers who commit crimes against citizens thinks we can fix this. The problem of lack of accountability for police violence is solvable. Cheering Baines is the director of Legal Strategies de Moth a racial justice organization before that he worked at the US Department of Justice, serving a senior counsel to the head the civil. Rights Division, that's the division that investigated. Ferguson Missouri and sued the city for unconstitutional policing and court practices. Baynes Co wrote the Ferguson report. Malcolm Bradwell spoke to Baynes about what needs to be done to solve the persistent problem of police impunity at the national level. To critical components are lowering the intense standard for the federal government to prosecute active excessive force criminally and using federal consent decrees to address systemic misconduct. You've been working on this question of how to make police better for quite some time right? Yes, actually. It's been an issue that's been. An issue that I've been distressed by want to do something about since I was a young kid. Actually the Rodney King case happened in the beating of Rodney King. One thousand, nine, hundred, one I was ten years old, and there are a lot of high profile incidents in the hundred ninety s with I'm dirty, yellow Louima and many other high profile cases of police violence police killings. Finish cared about as a high schooler for sure I can remember that were you in high school Chelmsford High School? It's a small town in Massachusetts next to the city of Lowell, maybe about thirty thousand thirty five thousand people. It wasn't like you were. LIVING IN LA or living in the Bronx where Ahmadou was shot, it was you were these were instance miles away. That nonetheless caught your attention. Absolutely these are national stories and I was very interested in. Civil Rights history even civil rights law. The role of lawyers in the civil rights movement. I think maybe juxtaposed that history and the principles underlying that movement with what I was seeing. Play out in terms of police violence in the country. At that time, and actually can remember. An organization called the stolen lives project that would collect information about the people who have been killed by police, disproportionately young black man. That is something that I recall, so. It's something I've. been working on for a long time ended up working on that some more in law school, focusing on it, and then it on my first job after clerking for a federal judge was to actually prosecute police misconduct cases including police violence. How early on you decide that? You wanted to become a lawyer depressingly early? Han actually I think I thought in high school. That would become a lawyer. What did you think of that decision? Well I'm an Indian kid and the child immigrants and so. I think a lot of people in that boat might relate. My mother wanted me to be a doctor. That would million other Indian children. Yeah Yeah. It's a common refrain and. Short of being a doctor, a lawyer was pretty good, so. But you know my family wasn't focused on these issues. These weren't the issues that they confronted him and they cared about it. In the sense research, generally aware my grandmother used to describe all this work as a community service or volunteer work and I'd have to actually get paid to do this job.
Brexit is finally happening
"In Britain we are about to go through a psychological millstone milestone that sorry hold back judgment on. Which of those was the misprint? which the next bill say hundred years? Recall this episode with the benefit of Hindsight Yes tomorrow tomorrow eleven. PM We'll leaving the European Union in Everything apart from practicality which will take a little while longer longer? England Britain Britain. We'll be free to cover a new distinctively English. Br British Identity around the country will be hanging up the invisible bunting and also yes and A New Dole will don't as dunes so often do I'm very exciting times for too long. Lists nation has been crumpled crushed under the oppressive quadruplet European yoke of peace stability cooperation and prosperity. But no more we'll be free as Well I mean on welcome outsiders as you are about to become tomorrow Well I'm going to mark mark the occasion. Well I'm just GONNA jet pack off the nation that's my plan is to step sockets to my back and shoot myself at the moon gas. I'm going to have a panel resigned and probably a double Mocatta Roy and then Probably just eat some eat. Some pizza enjoy that while still going. Well there's a real jailable offensive. Essentially I know I'm going to get out. Before Roy four and then of course comes Saturday here X. Baynes enticed and base. Yes you me. I've never tried it with pays better. Get better get used to it now. Well pays the beans of the British. Now everything is very very philosophical. I mean the thing is whatever it was that people wanted Brexit for and frankly I can remember no one really knows There's probably some good reasons. Some good reasons names were on both sides. But I'm pretty sure what it was was the frame to flow national infrastructural for the Chinese instead of the French. And and then at least that that we will that we will definitely have to touch on. They've got the increase freedom. Why fives all around who are way Is Who Ali. I mean that's very opposite question moment. we'll be enjoying increased freedom this time next week The increased freedom of having fewer rights More restricts opportunities for work travel study fewer chances to vote unless representation for those votes and all the time that we used a waste making. Those decisions is now freed up To do free things and be more productive freely Traditional British things like building ourselves and access skeleton of Waterland Door Dong of scurvy which I think drew desmond freestyle. Hinging Europe has been touchingly fond. Farewell the President of the European Commission Ursula von Der Land quoted the great British nineteenth century novelist. George Elliott's who wrote only the agony of partying. Do we look into the depths of Love Roth. It was George George Benson. I'm not sure I'm GONNA say the Nineteenth Century Literature or nine thousand nine hundred eighty so that kind of sense. What is it like how Niger? Hi Joe Faraj was quoting the twentieth century Novelist Spice Goes During his campaign going to tell you what I want what really really wants one is never everyone was that mainly. Yeah that's why we don't delay and continued. We will always love you and we will never be far away. I mean that sounds a little bit story a lot stalker though I mean I I feel like it's a generous move on behalf of the of the e U to uh leave the door as it. Were metaphorically open for the return of of Britain into the woman brace of Europe. But I have the feeling that it's being said in the spirit of kind and smug chuckling behind the like when you when you come crawling when you run away from home when you're sick and your parents are like well we'll keep do you know we'll set the table for you. It has that slight vibe to it but then many kids run away from home when the six end upcoming young hugely successful entrepreneurs so maybe a fact I mean look at what is what is done is what's done right and if by what's done you mean what has now just begun a incredibly long process. That will be arguing about for the next thirty years I am interested to see how it plays out as somebody who has literally no skin in the game
Five-Minute Money Maximizers for a Richer 2020
"First stop took me to an Baynes. She's a project manager over on the actinium. For those of you looking for a path to manage your money better she recommends a great flow chart that you can find on the financial independence bread it. My name is and beans. And I'm a project manager here at the molly full and I want to talk about the financial independence separated flow chart four point one. Financial financial independence is the flow chart was originally created earlier this year by user happy Asian Panda and with collaboration from the financial independence suburb community. Unity version. Four point one that just got released. I think last week. And it's a it's a great starting place for if you if you don't know what to do with your money any you just follow the steps and for those who don't know what is what is read it read. It is a website very big website. That is split into pieces. Called sub reds much like different threads on a forum so one of them is called financial independence. And it's five hundred people who really want to take a hold of their money in their future and working okay so one of the first steps to get a handle on your money any of course is to look at your spending and start budgeting sounds boring. Doesn't it brow to some people I mean. I know it sounds really fun to you pretty boring to you you really. I don't do it as much as I used to. Whatever it's not exciting to me? I just know it's important right there. We go eat your Greens. Yeah well Mike Shade suggests you need a budget Mike Shade. I'm a devops engineer at the Motley. Fool and you're here to recommend you need need a budget. Yes what is you need a budget. It is an envelope. Budgeting system is core. Which means that you give every dollar that you earn a role? Oh you stick it in an envelope and you say this is what the purpose of that money is for for goals normal expenses savings that sort of thing really gives you insight into how every dollar you spend is used anything that tracks your expenses automatically kind of will stick it into whatever bucket if thinks it is and then you look at it and say Oh look I spent this much this much. Why is much more of a proactive tool where you say? Okay I have this money coming in and I am intending to spend it on this this much on food this much on vehicle and so. It's much more proactive than reactive. And it really kind of transfers the power from looking back at what you spent two looking forward award and what you want to spend. They just generally have have four rules. And it's give every dollar a job so when the money comes in you decide right then and there what it's for Embrace your true expenses. Which means you? You're not hiding that starbucks that daily starbucks in just like your category that you'd never think about Roll with the punches. Because because sometimes you have an emergency comes up. You're going to spend money on and it makes it really easy to move money from one envelope to another to to kind of deal with daily life because things happen open And then number four aid your money as you're doing all of this the age of the dollars that you keep in your account grow older and older because the goal is obviously to be spending earning less than you're taking in I'll say also there's two ways of using by nab you can have it automatically sync your accounts or you can put your purchases in manually. And I found found the doing it manually really was the best way to get benefit from it because it otherwise you're swiping your card left and right you're buying things without thinking about it and it's it's just a a little bit of a barrier to vary spending money To know that you're going to have to record it later. So what about an easy solution for putting that budget to Work Kim. Him Control uses simple bank to automate allocating her money into buckets. Simple Bank allows you to really find junior budgeting. You can split up your checking the account into different buckets. Some buckets can be
Has Trump broken the 'rules-based international order'?
"Today on the show discussion with a renowned expert about the so-called rules based international order. It's been grabbing headlines vs. Now, how often have you heard that term, the rose by store is not perfect. We are rallying the noble nations of the world to build a new liberal order, that prevents war achieves greater prosperity for all. I have never heard. I Chinese leader commit so explicitly to rule based international order. So what do you think it actually means now for many politicians and journalists the world in which we leave the institutions of governance, the rules norms, all that, that's largely inspired by the kind of allegedly but nine global leadership that the United States. Is exercise for decades. And yet, would you believe it? The rules based international order itself has become a popular expression, only in recent times, did effective research, such of the world's newspapers and news wise. And it shows these things that in the three decades from ninety five to twenty fifteen the expression was used on three hundred nineteen occasion. That's three hundred eight times in thirty. That's all, however, get a lot of this in the past four years since Donald Trump announces presidential campaign, the term has been used nearly six thousand times six thousand times in the past four years. And about three hundred and twenty in the previous thirties, extrordinary now to me, the logic is simple. Western journalists scholars politicians policy makers, they all too often refer to this Liberal International order rules. Based international order. Why? Because it's demise is primarily blamed on one Donald Trump from this day forward, it's going to be only America first America first. Now the conventional wisdom goes lock these ball rising tariffs weakening alliances withdrawing the US from international agreements and supping with the devil, from Kim Jong Hoon that Singapore to Ladimir Putin hill, stinky, the US president has lifted void in world leadership. This is the argument as a result, Trump has undermined Feith in the open free, international order of the post Cold War era. But Trump alone really, to blind for the unraveling of the Liberal International auto or was this rules based order. So beloved of the western elites was at bound to file will my guest today has spent a lot of time. Thinking about this issue, John Measham is no stranger to this program. He's professor of political science at the university of Chicago. He's the author most recently of the great delusion liberal, drains and international realities published by ya'll university, Chris. And he's article bound to file the and full of Liberal International order that appears in the current issue of the academic journal, International Security, John joins us today from a studio on campus. The university of Chicago. Get I John welcome to the program. Thank you, Tom. I'm glad to be here now. It seems that this rules base Liberal International order is in trouble is Trump to blind. No, I think it is the conventional wisdom among the foreign policies. Tablet meant here in the United States, and probably in Australia that Trump is responsible for wrecking the Liberal International order. And once he is disposed of in twenty twenty and we get a new president someone like Joe Biden, we'll go back to the old way of doing business in the Liberal International order will survive. I think this is a deeply flawed way of thinking about what's happening with regard to that order that order was in deep trouble before, Trump got elected, just think the Iraq war, the Afghans, STAN war, the fiasco and Libya defeat. Lasko in Syria to Gasco over Ukraine, to two thousand eight financial crisis, the euro zone crisis Brexit, just a name of few of the problems. What Trump did when he ran for president in two thousand sixteen was he pointed out all these failures. He said, the Liberal International order was bankrupt and he got away. Acted and he got elected because many voters, clearly understood that he was correct. So the argument that Trump is responsible for wrecking the Liberal International. Order is dead wrong by what distinguished Trump from a lot of the Republicans and Democrats in two thousand sixteen was he's belief that democracy was not an expo commodity, and you think about it, John thirty years ago. This she had the full of the Berlin Wall, the claps Ivy, communism and the consensus that ease ago, I roll friend Francis, Fukuyama democracy was the wife of the future, what happened. I think that would happened was that we came to find out that not everyone in the world likes democracy, you and I may think it is the best system. But the fact is that they're all sorts of other people world, especially if you go to a place like Russia today, who would prefer an alternative form of political system. And in this case, it soft the -tarian his, so if you're in the business of trying to spread democracy around the world as the United States was in its pursuit of liberal. Gemini, what you discover is an extremely difficult task and it's an especially difficult task. If you use military force to spread democracy. In other words, you try to spread democracy at the end of a sword. And this, of course, is what we tried to do in Afghanistan. And in Iraq, it was with the Bush doctrine was all about, and those ended up being close. Oh failures, you'll critics will say though. Not standing all these setbacks that isn't it inevitable that as human con progresses than the prospects for democratization, and universal peace are enhanced and that, you know it was seeing this right now. There's still talk that China will eventually become a liberal democracy in these protests in Hong Kong that we've witnessed in the past fortnight that shows that eventually, China will buck, and become more liberal, democratic signed thing for Russia. How'd you respond to that? I just don't think it's inevitable. I mean, I want to be very clear, I think democracy is the best political system, and I think it would be a good thing if every country on the planet was liberal democracy. But the idea that that is inevitable as simply wrong. The fact is that Uman beings find it very difficult to agree on questions of what is the best life? What is the best political system, and would Frank Fukuyama and others? Assumed when the Cold War came to a conclusion was that everybody in the world. Wanted to live in a state, that was a liberal democracy. And therefore, with fictive -ly had the winded our back in our endeavour to spread liberal democracy, all across the planet, but that assumption has proven to be wrong. The fact is that the spread of democracy is not inevitable. And by the way, if you go back to two thousand six fast forward to the present what you see is that the number of democracies in the world is decreasing not increase. I think the New York buys freedom house's documented that. It's come down something like ten percent in the last ten or so years. Raw joan. It has. And that is regrettable. But it just points out that this is not inevitable. And again, if you get into the business trying to sprint liberal democracy when it's not an edible. And there are viable, alternatives, you're going to run into a whole his just as a conventional wisdom's are often wrong guy back to that consensus at the end of the Cold War that democracy was the wife of the future. One orthodoxy, that's also Baynes smashed in the last that he is. John is argument that nationalism was a thing of the past on the eve of the European parliamentary elections as Jordan, Claude Juncker. He's a leading European bureaucrat. He was asked about the growing reactions about, you know, against Brussels and the AU and the rise of nationalist movements across Europe. This is from CNN in general with the with the EU elections coming up, the euro skeptical right-wing forces seemed to be very strong in many countries. How does how much does that concern? You why do you think that is what's wrong with the what's your? We'll just. And if that wasn't tone-deaf enough, he added these populous necessarily stupid necessarily his day, I love the country and they don't like the others. Join me Sharma. What do you make of comments? I think it's a remarkably foolish comment. The fact is that virtually every leader of a western democracy is a nationalist just take, Madeleine Albright, who was once secretary of state here in the United States and is viewed as a canonical liberal. She's also a nationalist at heart. She wants famously said that America is the indispensable nation. We stand taller and we see further if you think about her words, she is saying, America is the indispensable, and I underline the word nation. That's at the heart of nationalism virtually every leader, whether it's an Australian or. Japanese or German leader feels that his or her country is something very special in their deeply devoted to that country. That's what nationalism is all about. And what you had in the post Cold War, period up until very recently is a situation where liberalism and nationalism coexisted, but hardly anybody ever talked about nationalism. But once the Liberal International order began to crumble people began to talk more and more about nationalism. And they felt at a lot of those liberal policies in fringed on national policies and on nationalism and ways that they didn't like, and the end result is, you got Brexit and Britain, and you got Trump and the United States and you know what you have in places like Poland and Hungary as well. So in nineteen states clash with multilateral institutions, nationalism, always Trump's liberalism that show alone. My view is that liberalism and Nash. Nationalism can coexist. But when particular liberal policies begin to bump up against nationalism, nationalism will be liberalism, every time because we are all ultimately social animals. We are all alternately very tribal in our nation matters to us greatly. I think virtually every Australian cares greatly about Australian sovereignty just like every American cares about American sovereignty.
Europe's Balkan dilemma
"Today, we're looking at the Balkans, an area that dominated international attention twenty years ago after the wars in Bosnia and Kossovo. But it slipped from the headlines in recent years. Joining me to discuss the region, and at some certain prospects are the T euro penatta, Ben home, an Fokin correspondent, Valerie Hopkins. Ben the F T this morning described the Balkans as the most volatile region in Europe. Why would he say that? Because historically, it has been a region that has been full tired of by competing power blocks. You know, the ultimate empire the Austro-Hungarian empire the Russian empire and that has left kind of overlapping, national, and ethnic and religious divisions. And we are still living with the legacy of that, and sort of overlaid by an incomplete transition to democracy and the rule of law after communism and. Then probably on top of all of that you have corruption. It's deeply rooted. So Ben before we continue. Let's just define the region. How big is it? And how significant so we're talking about the western Balkans region roughly twenty million people about the population of the Netherlands, but with a really tiny economy, about the size of Slovakia's. And we're talking about Serbia Montenegro Bosnia Herzegovina Albania, north Macedonia, and Kosovo, of course. So it's a pretty small number of people with a pretty small combined GDP. It's not significant, but it's always been a source of instability as we've known for the last century. Valerie, Ben referred to this as a kind of incomplete process and some of the countries in the regions, maybe all of them have hurt. The delta Modeste nation will be joining the EU I'm thinking, particularly of north Macedonian Albanian, but they're finding very hard. Yes. Well, that's true. They've been hoping to join but also the e u has been hoping for them to join I mean for the first time this was articulated in two thousand three in there. I e you some. In Thessaloniki, all of the countries of the western Balkans were promised a credible path to accession we're given unequivocal support from the Member States and one year ago after north miss Adonia and underwent quite comprehensive changes north Macedonia, to its name, and two other reforms and L Bainian committing to a very onerous judicial reform were promised that they would get a green light this year. And as we saw yesterday that decision was punted again, for a couple of months, at least until October and from their point of view, how much of a disastrous. Well, it's quite a big disaster. I mean, enormous Adonia which recently changed its name in order to end a decades long conflict with Greece over their name, which Athens believed implied territorial desire over the Greek region of the same name, the whole public support for the agreement and public support for the government is riding on the guarantees towards progress towards the EU that are written into that. So north Macedonia, has moved forward in terms of its NATO membership. Several countries, I think, have already ratified the NATO accession protocol for them. But, you know, the European Union membership is what the public really wants and at a certain point, it may become untenable for the leaders of the country to stay in power if they can't deliver on what was promised them, and that would be a disaster for them. And for Europe. Yeah. Mean Ben you've been pretty critical of the youth decision. What's the argument for saying the eaves being sources that it had a unique? Novo paternity to put these two countries move firmly on the path of judgement. EU rules values and sort of binding them into the EU orbit, we have to remember that sort of enlargement process. If you just put aside the various problems that we've experienced over the is in the grand sweep of history. It's been a remarkable success for the EU it stabilized the region, it's brought prosperity and it's dissolved the division between eastern western Europe and the argument just to recap for those who don't totally recall took the EU from what fifteen countries to now. Twenty eight to twenty eight. Yeah. And so, in argument is probably the most effective European Union foreign policy, and it has helped put countries on the right path, and stabilize democracy and promote reform and promote the rule of law. But perhaps there are now plenty of people in the EU think we've reached the end of that process and the legacy problems from previous enlargements have come back to haunt the EU. Maybe the enlargement the accession process was not rigorous. Enough. And so now there are plenty of people who are having second thoughts about it. Yeah. And I mean just to play devil's advocate, I suppose if you are European politician, you will say, well, sure the future of these countries matters, but as he was saying Elliott's twenty million people in the, you have the rise of populists across Europe and places like France, the Netherlands, Britain's voted for Brexit. And it doesn't appear that accession to countries like, oh, near is popular. So perhaps that wise, not to do it quite possibly. But I mean, I think the calculation has to be how long can you keep these countries on the path to accession without ever actually giving them accession at the end of the day? And that solvency something that the EU has tried with Turkey and it's backfired arguably spectacularly, although you could also blame premise, Erta one, perhaps originally topper one for the kind of backsliding in democracy, and the sort of drift away from the European mainstream, in Turkey, but I mean that is clearly the calculation it would be good for Europe if. If Albany could be put on the path to membership even if it never actually meets the criteria to join fully, and you mentioned Obama. Valerie back from there. Give us a description of where the country is in terms of its economy, and its politics because when I was growing up out, mania was like the most isolated place. It was North Korea Europe. And the idea that it might even be close to joining the paean union in some ways, seems miraculous. Well, indeed, it is. And it's quite far off. But I think, you know, to build on what Ben said many Member States have grown tired of the process and have learned that they need to impose further and further restrictions. We see that many of the countries that have joined in recent decades still have problems with their judicial systems. So we're talking countries like Romania Bulgaria, yes, Hungary. If I may say, so the conditions and the demands that Brussels and the Member States have made on countries, which are hoping to join have actually become much more onerous Albania, my story that I did while I was in Toronto was about the extremely onerous. Writing process that all judges, and prosecutors are being subjected to which has left. The country's supreme court with only two judges. One of them I think is being vetted this week. So it may have only one judge so far, only one judge survived because the two tional court, I believe, has only one judge, which is actually quite stabilizing, on the political. See now as the parliament has moved to impeach the president for calling early elections. And no one in the court can judge on this. I don't wanna get too deep into their politics. But I would like to say to that Albanian has also accepted to host the first FrontEx mission FrontEx being the US Border police agency because during the two thousand fifteen migrant crisis, the EU sort of realized woke up and remembered that actually all of these countries in the Balkan route are inside of Europe that if you have weak states week, police weakens to, to Sion's at that will have consequences for the security and safety of the rest of the block. So there should be more interest in improving those institutions and the best way to do it all. Of the academic work that's been done in the Balkans shows that the carrot of enlargement, and of a real credible accession path is the best way to inspire reforms, but how is the economy doing? And how connected is opening to the rest of Europe, now compared to those days of isolation. I mean silly, anecdote but, you know, I come across our Bainian in London now buildings around the corner. So to some extent, they seem to have been integrated little bit. Well, absolutely. I mean, quite a significant portion of Albanians left the country in the nineties jobs, better opportunities. And I think it's rare to meet now lenient who doesn't speak at least two or three languages. But now, people are coming back business ties between mania and especially Italy, Switzerland UK are very strong and the economy's growing, I think actually in the Balkans. The economies are growing much faster than the EU average about four five percent. They still have a long way to go to catch up, but there's quite a lot of vitality and what about this issue of organized crime, which is thrown at all the countries in the Balkans. But I think particularly. Albania for those sitting in Brussels or elsewhere, saying, do we really want country in that condition inside the EU, how serious is the problem? Well, it is a serious problem. And it you know, it also goes to show that again you can't separate the Balkans. Even with the Albania or north as Donio, anyone not being inside of the EU criminals will always find a way to engage in their activity. It seems to me in some of my discussions with police dodges prosecutors that sometimes this threat is overblown. For instance, the Dutch parliament, several weeks ago passed a Bill asking their government to withdraw visa-free travel for all Baynes, dude organised crime. And then when you go and inject a Dutch officials, they say actually, this is not necessarily for violent crime. A lot of people are trying to get on both. Maybe they're trying to come to the UK but actually they're not necessarily being arrested for trafficking in drugs, or persons Ben turning to the other country. We were talking about north Macedonia that I suppose, makes the point that this is also still an issue. To some extent, war and peace. I mean they had extremely tense relations with Greece for sometime. Yes. They have done over the dispute over the name after the collapse of the former Yugoslavia. And that, of course, has prevented Macedonia, north Macedonia is now 'cause integration into the Atlantic community, the NATO. So I mean, it really was a huge that Ford when Zorn's Iovan Alexis, it press the Greek premier achieve this deal, and it still highly contentious in Greece. And we have a general election next month in Greece, where you are likely to see the return of a center, right? New democracy led government and new democracy has been very, very critical of the naming deal with north Macedonia. It remains to be seen whether they will actually go as far as to block their entry, but I suspect Athens will be a lot less accommodating in the future than it has been over the last couple of years. And if I recall correctly at the time, there was some evidence, which the Cyprus government acted on the Russian espionage Intel. Emergence agencies trying to stoke up opposition to the north Macedonia settlement does that raise. Also, I suppose a subsidiary issue, but crucial one which affects Europe's judgment, which is that to the extent that this area is not integrated with the rest of the EU becomes the sort of floating space. And there is no evidence that not just the Russians but also the Turks and even the Chinese are taking an interest in the western Balkans. Absolutely. I suspect it's possible to maybe overplay, the extent of Russian influence, although it has been substantial an acute in some places such as the authentic your and Montenegro and this attempt to stoke up resistance to the referendum on the name changed Illinois with Macedonia, which the Greeks are pro Russian country, actually expelled him Russian diplomats accusing the spine. The Turks are obviously increasingly involved in Bosnia to governor, and Albanian in Kosova, and the. Please spot an opportunity to extend their influence through commerce and through infrastructure spending. So, yeah, we're replaying centuries of history where this region has been kind of plaything for the great powers. And of course, I suppose it's easier for Europe to ignore to the extent that these above Ling cute problems, but lots of problems as long as it doesn't actually break out into violence. Now I mentioned at the beginning of the program that the broad or can region. We were at war twenty years ago is there danger of the old conference coming bubbling back. Or is it more that we're talking about serious, but subsidiary issues of people flows economic crises organized crime, and so on, is there danger of real all while I think you'd be foolish to rule out the danger of a return to conflict in this area in the sense that forty years ago, you might have done the same thing but history has shown how quickly this place can erupt into. James, and I suspect that remains although I'm sure it has reduced in the last ten twenty years, and there is more at stake for the region's inhabitants. If they have a clear path to e membership, which will bring guarantees of security, and better economic prospects. And the end of the day, I have the firm feeling that it's often corrupt politicians who have their own economic interests at heart, who are perpetuating the kind of ethnic divisions in this region. More than popular convictions. And Valerie euro correspondent on the ground. So how stable or unstable does it seem to you? Well, I do agree with Ben that seemingly innocuous crisis can escalate. And I think that in most of the countries, you really do have this kind of boiling, the frog situation where I is correspondent struggle with sometimes seemingly small jumps in a story, actually could carry larger consequences later. But I think rather than conflict, the major risk is just that the country will empty out with people losing hope. That they will be able to create a better life for their children and grandchildren. For instance, in Bosnia, which is a population of three and a half million in the last three or four years. I think two hundred thousand people left since January some thirty thousand people have already left the country. And that's when I talked to people, it's really a matter of losing hope that they will join the European Union and have a better life. So these countries will suffer catastrophic demographic decline. And western Europe will find if they didn't integrate them, they'll show up on the doorsteps. Well, many of them, actually are getting jobs in western Europe, which are empty, you know, these are educated workers doctors dentists health worker, social workers, so it's not the same as migrant crisis. Most of them are going legally with work permits, but they're leaving their home countries for good. Okay. We'll, we'll have to leave it. Thank you very much indeed, to buttery Hopkins in the studio and to Ben holes. Well that's it for this week until next week. Goodbye.
'Shake, Rattle and Roll' Your Way to the Delta Music Museum
"If you love the wonderful music of the deep south in this museum was made just for you. The delta music museum was born out of the ferry museum. Originally, we had our original inductees the famous three cousins Jerry Lewis, Nikki Haley, Jimmy Swaggart. And we waited for who is known or his trombone playing blues music Hayes houses magnesium, it was called the chitlins circuit in many of the African Americans at traveled before segregation before desegregation. They they had limited venues where like play so been out was known as one of the venues people like maybe king and Tina Turner and Thomas and many more when they travel they came to hey, big house. One of our latest inductees Wasi Ely was part of one of the house Baynes during the sixties that were there. We have a lot of different types of music represented here, we have of course, blues. Country and Jerry Lee's music was rockabilly in the nineteen fifties. Tony Joe why we refer to his music is. Have jazz found we have Seoul air nettle Thomas. We have almost every genre of using that's out there.
News in Brief 16 January 2019
"This is the news in brief from United Nations, we need to dramatically accelerate our efforts if we don't want to fall further behind in distrust against rising, inequality and other global challenges. The UN secretary general said on Wednesday speaking to investigators from around the world in New York in this fast-changing worlds, standing still means falling further behind and on seek. He twenty percents challenges we need to dramatically accelerate our efforts in twenty nine thousand nine quite simply we must put our pedal to the metal and tiny will tell presented his top five priorities for two thousand nineteen diplomacy for peace ambitious climate action acceleration towards the sustainable development goals or SDG's better governance over new technologies in stronger, UN values worldwide D went she called for deeper efforts to show that we understand people's anxieties fears and concerns into address the root causes that lead people to feel marooned. In our rapidly changing world, here's missile cocktails again across these work across the world. What really matters is people we the peoples and what guys says he's a set of values. Universal values of the United Nations. Charter that Baynes us together, peace Justice, human, dignity, tolerance and solidarity today. Those values are under attack around the globe. Many countries are failing to protect and promote the interest of all their people UN's High Commissioner for human rights said on Wednesday in a special meeting of Human Rights Council in Geneva to review progress on achieving the seventeen SDG's by twenty thirty Michelle Basch lane sister that overall we are not on track to meet its ambitious aims the twenty thirty agenda is a commitment to achieve greater international cooperation for more equitable international order, but above all is a promise. Extended to people previously locked out of development. The marginalized this empower excluded communities, the millions of women children and youth racial religious and case minorities indigenous people migrants persons with disabilities Roma and the poor. It miss specially side, one of her predecessors UN rights chief Mary Robinson echoed the need to address widening inequalities insisting that wealth and opportunities were increasingly concentrating in the hands of the few. She added that such Equality's create winners and losers serving to catalyze, social unrest. Deepen divides increase in a for beer, all major concerns for the realization of rights in staying with you when you mean rights office, or which H R it warned on Wednesday that at least eight hundred ninety people were reportedly killed in western Dubuque Rettig Republic of the Congo last month. Human rights reports suggest that the massacre happened between sixteen and eighteen December in four villages in the territory my endorse. Dominate province in what appear to have been clashes between the Banu in baton communities in a statement UN rights chief condemned the shocking violence in highlighted the importance of investigating in bringing the perpetrators to Justice. Michelle Basch Lee added that it is essential to ensure Justice for the victims of these Riddick attacks. But also to prevent new episodes of intercommunal strife into address the anger in feelings of gross injustice that may otherwise lead to repeated cycles of violence between communities and U N news.
China's HNA Group to remain a 'major investor' in Deutsche Bank
"It is nine thirty am here in singapore i'm juliet solly and i'm doug krizner at bloomberg world headquarters in new york so we've got trading underway across the asia pacific some weakness in tokyo in hong kong and on the mainland as well as in seoul the only market right now juliet that i'm seeing trade positive is in your home turf australia where the market in sydney is up by three tenths of one percent closer look at market action in a moment when bryan curtis joins us right now let's get you caught up on this hour's top business stories cape good market down well a seemingly positive response from china after treasury secretary steven mnuchin offered to hold trade talks in beijing john is commerce ministry says it welcomes were that the us hopes to come to beijing to discuss trade and economic issues president trump has proposed imposing tariffs on as much as one hundred fifty billion dollars in chinese imports beijing has promised to retaliate sean uso baynes planes and other products mission says he's cautiously optimistic about reaching a deal with china appears to be an about face from a group after promising it wouldn't the chinese conglomerate is reducing its stake in deutsche bank the story from bloomberg's denise pellegrini two months ago hsa said it wouldn't decrease at stake in the german lender but it is just reduced its holding to seven point nine percent from eight point eight by allowing portions of a complex derivatives arrangement to expire h is in the middle of trying to raise sixteen billion dollars to deal with financing problems at home and the pullback also comes after a string of negative stories about deutsche bank including a management revamp and bloomberg reports showing the company accidentally temporarily transferred thirty five billion dollars to one of its outside accounts ha says it's still committed to remaining a major deutsche bank investor to these pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia to shave shares of ban out by as much as five percent in tokyo this morning currently up three percent the company denying reports it's canceling the sale of its chip unit we get more from bloomberg's susanna palmer a spokeswoman for tokyobased toshiba says the company hasn't made any decision to cancel the sale of its chip memory unit to a group led by boston based bain capital the mainichi newspaper is reporting toshiba will nix the deal unless it receives approval from chinese antitrust authorities by.