31 Burst results for "Benetton"
"benetton" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Don't forget that every single thing that you have done that leads to this moment is useful to you in this moment. Because sometimes you go into something and you think, well, I'm not qualified to do this. How will every single thing that you've done? It could be folding t-shirts at benetton. It could be, you had a job as a ZooKeeper, that will really come in handy with a lot of places, actually. But every single one of those things, it all fuses together in a perfect way that allows you to articulate what your vision is, and all of those different skills will come in handy at any point in the future doing what your chosen field is. They are all useful. There is no time wasted. Never have any regret about what you have done in the past because we'll always push you forward to the future. That is a great answer. And that idea that you're not qualified. I just want to point out that only women think that. Yes. Totally. That never think. I'm not qualified enough. They just do the job. We always always remind ourselves of that. We're like, what man whatever second guess this? Keep going. So I really appreciate you saying that. Or having the right to say I'm doing a good job, period. Yeah. Yes. Yes. I actually, before we go and wrap, I actually have one more question, which is we're coming out of the kind of height of the pandemic, we're dealing with especially women in particular, have dealt with so much burnout. And just a lot of fatigue. So I'm curious for both of you, how do you protect and maintain your creative energy? You know, I want
"benetton" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Breaking news, but for lovely, wonderful features like this. And series three. It's coming. We just don't know when, exactly. But it is on the way, right? It is. It is, I've got a short list of both topics and potential guests. We're going to broaden our bid because we've done, I think we've done enough with the teams. As I've said before, I do apologize to benetton Renault tolman Alpine fans because they have been all good, my loins and come back another day with that perhaps, but so now we're going to expand it out. We're going to do things like best drivers not to win a world championship Grand Prix, best non title winners. I've had some nice comments from people asking me about the pre war thing we mentioned in the series one of Mercedes. So I have started some pre wall lists. So yeah, things like that a little bit more broad that cover different teams and drivers across certain areas and things. That could be quite fun. But yeah, if you've got any others, I've had some nice suggestions. I can't do them all obviously in each series, but they are, they have got a list of lists, so if you'd like to add to that, do please drop me a line, drop me an email on Kevin dot turn at all to support dot com and I'll add it to the list of potential things to do. I do take a little while. It might be serious for 5 or 6, but there's someone committing to too many serious. Let's do one at a time. But yeah, I'm looking forward to seriously. I think you should be quite good fun. Absolutely. Well, that marks the end of our podcast that I have second series of our top tens feature. We're looking forward to coming back. Add some point in the future. Thank you very much as always for listening to the auto sport podcast and we'll catch you on the next one. Stop.
"benetton" Discussed on Wealth Is In The Details Podcast
"From how to best look at the whole overall picture how to move forward in the tax consequences in the options that are out there available. Not only from the not not only from the the normal course of purchasing real estate Which is to go out and contact your real estate broker to find new Other types of real estate but also the dsp option right. That's another way another avenue to get engaged with your financial adviser. Talk about other options. That are not necessarily on the market more off market many types of options that realistic sponsors have put together a package to also allow you to invest into as well and so. That's really the the main focus in the team that that that when we might in myself included when i speak to those are the the main members of the team that we call the power team that's guiding and and and giving advice to investors. See this is probably one of the biggest challenges is have. You can sell your property that you own. But finding the new property. The property to exchange too can be a challenge depending upon the market benetton. What the goals are any comments about that. Yeah yeah absolutely. I mean especially right now. It's it's extremely challenging. The market the market itself across the board any The for for most asset classes in real estate have been very dry very short on inventory. So it's been very very challenging for investors to find the right types of deals that meet their criteria that they're comfortable in moving forward with and so that's been a real challenge for them so they've they've been looking at other avenues on how to ten thirty one in defer their taxes into other vehicles and even so the dsp options As the last call a year year and a half or so we've seen a spike of interest and shortage of inventory. Also on our end so across the board real estate has just been very challenging to find. The right deals that make sense..
"benetton" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"In the united states which one had the highest charting solo album in japan ron. It's the kiss round double the points. You wanna bet against them. What was the question again. Now say yes. You'll bet against me. Okay yes i'll bet against you had. Chris owns confident. Rod has been talked into betting against him. Chris you know the choices. Jean paul peter. Ace who charted the highest in japan. Say as that is incorrect. Yes ronn gets two points because of the kiss ronin betting against you got it wrong. In japan peter. Chris reached forty on the charts as fraley reach thirty. Gene simmons reached twenty. Four and paul stanley reached eighteen. Now the answers stanley. Those are good. I almost thought he was going to say. Paul or peter had the highest ranking. Now would be some thank nope in every reality and in every country in every age and in every time. Peter chris always comes in last. That is true. Nobody wants to be peter. Chris not even peter chris. Sorry peter right so with that mistake in the kiss round that brings the score iraq iran. Fifteen kristen zach four fifteen. That's the highest score so far in this game. We've still got two more questions to go. Ron it's your turn woah. Wait a minute what do i got fifteen fifty seven. Oh shit it's a new record move on right. Well you know how this goes. I always like to ask favourite question or your favorite ban two weeks ago. I asked baako about seven mary three. Everybody knows that's his favorite band. Last week. i asked loose. Canon ball pat benetton. Are we all know how. How loose cannon. Los after pat benetton after all these years so rock and ride your question. Is this wild side. Then known as young guns were the prize in a bidding war between record companies in nineteen ninety who ultimately sign them. Chris you know how rock and ron feels about wild side. Does he know the answer. This question right now. I'm thinking this is rigged iran. No because i asked loose cannon. Vote pat benetton last week and i asked an i tackle the answer to that one. Just say i'll say he knows this all right. He's not betting against you. Rock and ryan your choices are capital polygram electra. Or warner brothers..
"benetton" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
"Any company or corporation corporation. You love yourself more so if a company can you. It means that. I can over employment. I own my time. I don't think any corporation has the right to dictate what more right along was laid off trump appreciation picnic day they're squirting young person excess too expensive benetton along fired him. You can hire by five. Other people in india replace him work sister patriots. Do about some much more focused on taking care of my fairly.
"benetton" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Pull out a barry. Manilow seat insane to the top of my lungs you know we saw i love it. Does your wife indulge with you Yeah my wife is a huge fan of kate. bush okay no from and Abba and so And the So she not so much. Barry manilow and she has It we had a. And i've told the story before when she she says i don't understand anything. What bruce springsteen is saying yes sounds like he's grunting. I remember you saying that you're telling you so you know that's when i said okay. Think of it as an instrumental and so just said his voice is just another instrument and in that actually worked for her because she could get the the mood and the emotion of the song so she is We have said that when he tours. Next year she goes. I know You're gonna wanna go as many shows as you can. He see. I want to go at least one. And i'm like really. Yeah wonder flaw. I love it when when when people make concessions for each other like that. That's really cool thing. I love that among my other my other proclivities in highschool. let's see. i did a lot of bryan adams. Whole cuts like a knife thing right. Sure i did. A lot of bon jovi. 'em there was a reasonable amount of deaf leopard. Going on so yeah it was just. It was super really easily accessible. Pop music you know which my parents were. Oh my gosh. Tiffany tiffany sure and debbie gibson and you know after belinda carlisle left the go-goes wright patt benetton a loved her to pieces. I thought she was such a strong woman. And actually now that. I'm talking to you. I despite the fact that i feel like i've left most of the whole lake sad music stuff. The high the tunes is still gravitate to in. My head are always the ones that have terrible. Terrible stories till tuesday's voices carry. That's that's really awful one right. Bonnie tyler's total eclipse at heart with that great line. We're living in a powder keg and giving off sparks great line. Let's see what were the other the other sad tunes. It doesn't matter. I mean a ton of them like every single one of them. That i remember that i turn to you. I on on the anti-satellite radio are the ones that are like super super sat. You talked about indian guides cub scouts where you had this experience of hearing born in usa and everything. When did you discover more about bruce. When you discovered his the the the broader catalog and his His ability as a storyteller. Yeah no..
"benetton" Discussed on Full Coverage
"Perfection like if you're looking for flawless perfection. That still looks like skin these to a so good and yet. It's a really long time since i had actually. It's a really long time. The last time. I had to conceal foundation that i loved this much together from the same. The same line was the dior forever so these skin corrector conceal which obviously harry's favorite concealed of all time and one of my enforcer and the dior forever skin foundations which i think are great but what i do find with those foundations and even though i put my of the week i like to mix the glow in the matt to get the finish. The i want with this. It's just one bottle and it's clinic so it's super affordable so really into this. The clinic even better skin clinical line. We love it is particularly clinical. But i liked the bottle. It looks like a flask of hot in science nineteen ninety-six cheeks been really into cheeks and we really into stains and creams and one of my top picks for this year. These came out at the beginning of the year as a limited edition and then joined the main line very recently. And it's the charlotte tilbury tinted love stains. I really like them I have been using loved chain. I've been using love chain a lot. It is a deeper of reddish pinkish. Red very reminiscent me of benetton's very very similar but with a much more practical plastic tube and lodged ofer. Applicator you can use it lips. You can use it on cheeks. I do both frequently. And it's great the very rare. I think that you get a product that works well on both. I would say. I like it better on cheeks and lips discuss lip stains fade weird. Sometimes and they don't like take maybe as well as the cheek stains but i have used on both and i will continue to use it on both and i've loved it another product i've loved again. We mentioned this news and these are the hourglass vanish. Blush sticks. they're out in the uk. I know now and they are just really really really good super pigmented so of either dab the stick with your brush or your finger and blended into pat into the skin pat and then blend because super super pigmented very very creamy or you can apply straight from the stick to the skin and blend out that way. If you're gonna do that. Be careful. Because as i said very very pigmented but really loving it. And they're sick shades and there's four that are more on the neutral lighter side and then there's two are on a deeper brighter ball decides again. Hourglass could be doing better. Could be doing better to represent dhaka's intones. That's why we don't really like to play with hourglass all the time. These days sai they do so much good stuff. They do. Vegan they do locks are so ecoconscious in this aware of what they're doing and then they just really let themselves down on the shade range. But this is. This is an area where there are options daca skins and. I wanted support because i want them to do more. But you're on your last chance hourglass. This is your last chance. I love this blush. Sticks be better moving onto lips and honestly anything lips. These days i feel like is also cheeks. All bets are off. I don't really believe in putting anything place like chuck it all over your chop. See what's going to happen. Another launch from crt london color flip lips. These are gort. These are super fun. How're you got stressed at me. She's like but they changed color. Only well kind of so. We remember clips from crt that. It was a matte lipstick that you put on that. When you press your lips together it went glittery and it was terribly exciting and witchcraft again. Which craft so. This is a liquid lipstick closer to a high pigment gloss. I think that when you go outside and it gets hit with uv lights it changes color gimmicky. But again you actually less witchcraft. More science casella gets uv. Light that telling you what is it science. And this is a very pro signs podcast. So i have to give them a shout out. It's really really fun. I've been enjoying them. I actually really like all of the colors. I like them when they are on inside. I like them when they are outside in the so. It's just really fun. I think if you're looking for a to something to do something a little bit quirky but even if you're not there just really really lovely high pigment glasses that feel gorgeous on the lip and look really pretty so worth a look. Great present for teen great present for a teen omay who has a child and then the last little makeup item. I've been using a lot. I'm really enjoying is the dior backstage face body powder no powder powder the powder powder outta but powder powder A lot of powder says powder bunch of times in the name but a really like it. harry put me onto this again as a gorgeous powder that sets without looking key or chalky. It's really really nice for real life. So much stuff like when i review it or when we get it in i'm like oh it looks great on camera. It looks great on camera. And then you remember. The most people aren't on camera actually in the last year that's been completely untrue. But now we're all getting back out into the world like maybe it's okay to like look like a human with skin and this gives you that it will set your makeup. It will give you a a lovely warm warm. A lovely natural looking finished your skin while setting it.
"benetton" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"He tries to go back and she can't get out. He runs to the back of the house and says jump. Get through the window. She'd jump from the third story. He catches her any saves her after. He's already been burned already. The babies had some burns. He had some severe burns. He's still in the hospital. The baby say we'll have some burns but they'll make a full recovery twenty three year. Old guy did this already. Impressive bless him that by the way it's going to be fine two guys up and that awesome dad. He's how he's better than the ray lucas always thinking of. I don't know who the ray lucas is. You're thinking okay. It must be a baseball player. Football player bill. Your member and former dolphins quarterback on remarkable. probably why. we don't remember this name okay. You wouldn't offensive line. Let alone a burning building not good. Anyway we applaud rate this rate lucas for shaving his kids at his anyway. We're done thirty seconds. Thirty seconds today. We celebrate the fortieth anniversary of mtv. Just so you know the net. What was the first video. They played Radio kill video killed radio. How did you puggle very good. And then number two the second one they played. Yeah oh jeez. Everyone forgets that. One bernstein now pat benetton better run really i was gonna guess. was a dire straits. I want my mtv. I know they weren't there. It was third was the best year of videos. We ever had thirty nine years of mtv reality. Tv that's it. we're outta here. have a great day. Thanks for listening. We'll be back tomorrow morning at six. Hope to see you then..
"benetton" Discussed on The Futur
"In this incredible so save fabricators research design research aboard. She full benetton. It was setup in the nineties by the photography. Scotney as like this incredible cross cultural creative experiments while you go avenue quoted all kinds of projects some commercial some much more experimental psalms benetton some for other brands all wrapped up in this incredible concrete building made by the architect. Tondo where all of your worries taken away. You live in houses with your colleagues you'll creating and designing every single day in this building.
"benetton" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"Actually got on very well and he helped us quite a lot but it was still very early days. Tommy hilfiger he often talked about wanting to do more. But i think it was the wrong time of life for him business life him. He was still building his wealth and he's businesses so the two things just come together the right time you know life is about time in lock we. We didn't have the time. And how much did pedro lamy's crash testing crash at silverstone in ninety four sort of was that another nail in the coffin. Just the cost of that accident because it was. It was a horrendous crash. Wasn't it. I wouldn't have said it was really another. Nail in the coffin may be it accelerated burial. The death i would have said at the time we had lots of discussions going on about the future. Which would genuine. But if they didn't happen there was no future. I'm sure you've read the the beta about monster ninety four the accident the first corner. That was denial in the coffin because he had the rice we could have had. I think they will definitely discussions based on on the guys. Well everything will be fine but it didn't gain timing and how helpful was bernie ecclestone. Well clearly not very given what happened. But i mean bernie try and help. He was actually pretty good. It's interesting i mean i had. I've had a few disagreements with him during my time at benetton because benetton was aligned to the ferrari soda political position but thus will win win to lotus. I had a conversation with him. He said what do you think doing that. He said you should just let it die as it will Man wanna try and do it. So after that initial resistance he actually became quite helpful towing never gave a stuff but he did advance this money to to help. The cash flow was money that was due to us. I say he. I feel he was very positive and helpful that experience with lotus. Did that leave a very bitter taste in your mouth. It is that why one of the reasons why you didn't get back involved somewhere else. No it didn't leave a bitter taste..
"benetton" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"And there'd be times when when they'd be strategic decisions about you know engines or what we're going to do drive is whatever which franken patrick with night and other political decisions along the way and i remember the thomas. Think of what today make that decision. For how stupid nikos. What didn't with all the things i did. Not you know. I wanted to really detainment when i got to benneton. That's really had to do. Because benneton fundamentally by the bills and i kept them informed of what we doing but iran it on a day-to-day basis as a white size Team but i took all the decisions. I thought was really a steph open. I'd learned a lot from franken effectively. What i did. When i went to benneton drew on all the experience of of welcome chapman. Frank patrick all of those things. I'd learned a tremendous amount from chapman. Ah on how to view things not rushing decision a not let emotion get you to make grimm decision so when i went to benetton. That's really what i did. Then when low just came up after that the biggest difference. When i went back to lotus wasn't anything to do with structuring the team or setting down procedures. The most difficult thing which i hadn't had to deal with previously was way. Get the money from so. When i arrived we had nothing. We had enough to get a deal done with the family. We had got some funding to buy sumo judd engines from brian. And we had probably enough money for Other no months or something. What happened to all of the rj reynolds tobacco money of the previous year or knows will spent from what i understand but there was nothing there. I mean when when we first arrived There were light bulbs with dead dead for ages. Never changed ketteringham home in home. Yeah yeah and i think there is a mentality. Just run it through. The minimal cost went. You know emotion and passion. Mike you do stupid. Things we blindly committed to buying without any real guaranteed income. So the first thing. I did was actually something very interesting Contacted by guy from to me who admitted benetton wouldn't when they did benefit mobile. He contacted me and he said the cons misdemeanor would like to support you in what you're doing. We've had a good relationship before we will sponsor the car for reasonable amount of money and that was the the first key k wasn't going get too far but that gave me the idea he'd done this in done it because they had such a a love of the largest nine from aim back from when they did their first model below when i finally realized okay. We haven't got anything to sell. But we've got his denying and history just after we vote the team. The gulf coast and business shut down. I think anything we had to sell. It was called javon plane. Tickets to went to japan. Met with lots of people had somebody can walk shouted helped me tremendously in that and I sold the spirit of colin chapman. And they said. Why are you doing this well. I worked coming chapman. He told me everything. I want to repay him. His spirit lives on on his own and that was how we ended up with so many japanese. Staunchest funny where we're ending where we started really with chapman and was his death in december nine hundred. Eighty two one of those moments where you can still remember exactly where you were when you heard. Yes i am. I remember where i was. I mean i'd left by that stage. I've been gone for years. And the odd thing was we had a little bust up at the end of eighty. One and i decided to leave..
"benetton" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"Three thousand excellent because anyone who's seen the footage or who was there at brands hatch in one thousand nine hundred eight will know the extent of the injuries to johnny's feet. What made you still believe. My real passion was the art of driving and when was growing up in in sydney the tasman series would come over here and i was very lucky to be able to be in the paddock area and be able to watch clock rink. Rodriguez you name it. Almost standing by the side of the track does guys had something very special particularly in a nap period. If they leave they had Very special they had special skills to survive confess. Thomas oh jackie skews clear how talented he was an clock was just you just never sue. The spade was just that you'd nevoso was never out of control. He was tied totally in control of it. Everything even when it was out of control. I realized pretty early in the piece that they were drivers. Who drag racing cars quite quickly. And then they were racing drivers who had special skills. I'd been watching johnny for a couple of years in fulmer three. Then we testing in benetton at brands hatch on the show at second he was absolutely sensation. In thirty laps he went quicker than than terry boots and was as quick as mantle. Who is there in the williams honda time in two thousand horsepower. Car brands subject. Not easy so that convinced me what i thought it saying informer three radio wrongly. I look at a grid. Deny see twenty to thirty percent of artisan seventy percent of people driving rising costs still talented but not exceptional so win. Johnny had the accident my mindset. Was you know it was quite late in the pace and it was will who else's available all the people that were available at that time. Would they push that us. They will is the thought that will pass their peak or they didn't have anything special so my my thinking.
"benetton" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"You never do anything there taiwa. There was a lot of pleasure when we went in mexico the following year with. Am w engine which jackie it had for to us for years true true. Yeah and of course that was i. Isn't it yeah it was. How did you find gerhard actually. Was he underrated as a driver. I think he was very talented. I don't think he optimized abilities you know. Use a great guy big bulbs and drive hard in many ways classical string in a way. We're looking back. I think he had success too quickly. Possibly the west thing that happened to he was able to go to. Ferrari spent one reggae with arsenic. Got I'm sure he was paid well. Thri driver and i don think that healthy something that i saw in mental the hot rap. You are the toughe- life you've been through. And the less money you have the greater the determination desire to make something happen. Galahad came from a reasonably comfortable. Becker nothing and i think then became very comfortable anyone to ferrari what about the whole. Flavio briatore everything. I don't know exactly when flavio came into benetton but it seems a bit of a from the outside at least a bit of a revolving door situation. He comes in and you leave. Was it a case of him or you. Well certainly from my perspective. It was him Ended it started in. Light a t. Eight with had a very good day headline results finish leading the world championship which costs we've been told we'd never do and i think budget that was half million pounds and ferrari williams mclaren Foti million-pound i think so. We cheat a lot. But from what i understood. Flavio had friends who wanted him to be involved. A benetton and they wasn't in the mining company but apparently wasn't welcome violated the faithfully involved so the foam one team became some way to to putting and we had a making johnno and his son and Flavio in london will wait to see damon. Fabio's there in i think november eighty eight..
"benetton" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"Total nightmare to deal with in real terms was it because he couldn't make up his mind that he kept changing his mind or was it because just new ideas. We're just constantly coming in. I think he was constantly reviewing what we were doing insane. A better way or different way or something that could give extra performed. Whatever it might be. I suppose in some ways the build of the the the all the processes involved in developing carbon-fiber in house will come. Construction house was just. It was just the most exhilarating time really of multiple life oats. I was incredible. There was carbon arms race. Going on between yourselves and mclaren with john barnard and hercules. Doing their thing down in woking and you guys developing it concurrently up in norfolk. We weren't really that aware of what boehner was doing. Because the guy hadn't been announced. I think quite late in the face day unveiled the monaco cologne but we were going down on pot. John's way was the ultimate way. An editor a lot of time and that was done in a way where it was definitely structurally superior but what we did was something that was. I would say well in advance of about anybody else staged or was doing at the time and nobody was sharing information. Really okay. the carbon-fiber supplies would tell you what what could be done. What couldn't be done. There wasn't really an awareness. it only be. We became aware of it as we closed. The building of the car and caused a testing list is so the idea. It ran at paul. Ricard i think mid february nineteen ninety one and i think that was just before the the mclaren was presented so two completely different approaches actually buys very effective. And you know. We went to monaco with with that car with the eighty seven first time at least and i think mental put it second on the great which is incredible so the all of those sorts of things. Forget whether you wanna rice This tremendous satisfaction. Doing those sorts of things that people hadn't done before Groundbreaking yourself and when you think of all of the achievements you have. Informa- one bit lotus williams bennett's own when you're back running lotus yourself. How would you sum up those chapman as the first formula one team. If you like nothing really comes close to that. There were times that he drive me around the band. But something he knew intimately was how to motivate people how to get them to achieve things. They didn't know they could achieve. And that's why leads island tremendous amount about how to to deal with difficult situations have to that snow. Say engineering engineering tom. How to plan your way out of problems and that was absolutely valuable. So the other things often that williams-benetton back loud this role. Big challenges in way welles certainly going back to allow. Lettuce was a big challenge but nothing really compared to working with him and being in the thing that time. Is it true peter. Pc that you were on the phone to chapman on your wedding night. Is that true. Absolutely spend most of the night trying to call him i. I never got him that night. I kept pestering choline office. Anita's busy wasn't areas. Or whatever. And eventually i think got andrew ferguson and i said you know like to talk to you about the job that's been created there and he said well guess you know there is going to..
"benetton" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"He had a great feel for and sensitivity for the car and he and chapman when they they were connecting the headed great chemistry and a great understanding about what he wanted and he was still massively passionate about driving and his commitment to doing the job. Very good in all honesty that first year. It wasn't a great year because the cows ready. They've been at their peak. The previous year had an advantage and then in seventy nine they'd be really taken by improved versions of the seventy nine. I was impressed with marrow's commitment and focus on regardless of how competitive the car was of. just doing. the job is a great guy billy. I loved mary. Things a tremendous ambassador. Was there anyone inside lotus. At the time who begrudged. Barrio the constant touring and froing across the atlantic because he was still based primarily back in the states. Wasn't he yeah he was. I don't think anybody begrudge that at all. Because they knew any arrived he was going to. You know use gonna give it everything. He had in the time that i was lied when he was which was two years. I never saw really so once where he was compromised by racing. The state's racing and living in the states and racing europe. Did you sense. The relationship between chapman and andretti was chapman. And clark part to di chapman ever talk about it in those towns. Well i don't know what part one was like. That no had a real affection for mario here. You know at the time. It saying. I guess naievety age. It was in reality when i ride. Legislators was eleven years after clock have been killed so to me. It was a long time ago. But i'm sure it was actually still very very fresh. In chapman's mine. Probably he was forever. I think in mary found somebody you could communicate with. He believed in he. He respected. But i don't think he ever phone that sort relationship with anybody every mary was probably. The closest was chapman's genius. Still evident in those latter years if it was because his genius was was his his mindset is his attitude he questioned everything he never told you how to do something suddenly not me but he. I learned an awful lot. Because when i got it wrong i knew a row. He made that very clear. But it was the vizquel incredible experience to spend years where i have to say the genius. wasn't just in terms of conceptualizing at new cairo engineering. The car of the track he. He had such a asserted mind really. It's always wonderful to hear about the incredible work of colin chapman. Who is a bit of a hero of mine. He was a true innovator in his field. Not only from technical point of view but also on the business side of formula one as well and if something that interests you.
"benetton" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"The so many elements to driving aren't obvious. The psychology and the mindset. When you see that god given skill tree really motivated everyone and welcome to be on the great with me. Tom clocks and my guest. This week is a man with a wealth of formula one experience whose perspective on this board is both unique and fascinating. He worked for lotus. On the colleen chapman then williams under frank then benetton alongside flavio briatore only to return to lotus with mika.
"benetton" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Welcome to fat mascara beauty podcasts. Shore is so listen. We are recording right now in. I would say we're almost at high summer. It's very hot by. It's getting like we're experiencing like a real proper heat wave here. It's always a heat wave in new york city. It's really bad but like all over the country. It's really bad like if you look at the morning news. It's a completely read when they do the the map just like my rose asia flare up some my god. It's so bad. I'm gonna dark causing bad but the united states is jen's it's it's really bad. Yeah i i mean. I'm not really ever since we talked about with us every single year. I'm not a summer person. But i feel like if i was especially not a summer person. Living smack dab in manhattan. I can be a little bit more open to the idea of summer. Now that i'm outside of the city is it. Is it less like baking like on hut cement where you are in hoboken. It's it is less speaking. There's a little bit more of a cross breeze. Keep in mind and right on the water. I live right on the water. So i get a breeze when i'm strolling to like the ferry or with lake But hot city air blowing over you yet. It just it's less like stinky and your there's more green like there's just something that's a little bit more like inhabitable than you. Yes so i. i'm getting a little bit. Why people are into it. But i'm still it's not for me for me. Yeah you guys know who. You're listening to new city girls. We don't venture far from the city but when we do we like it invites her open. Invites are open accepting on invites. Now yeah and it my Two year wedding anniversary last month or actually this month in two years yet. Can you believe that. I remember because i was pregnant at your wedding. I didn't know it. I know i always think about. There's this really cute picture even still when you click on my wedding. Venue the castle by marlowe you picture with. Jeff is like one of the top staff does from there. I see you in this gorgeous yellow dress. And i'm always like little baby. Lake was in is so strange so strange. But i just remember i just remember like that whole day so clearly and it was just such an amazing night. It was still so much joy it was such a special night. Perfect weather very balmy. Very so yeah. So it's celebrate. Yeah yeah what would you get. We went out to a lovely dinner. Oh this is crazy. Actually a friend of eric's who he not a good friend but like somebody who used to work with was there in the restaurant and as we are paying the check they tell us this guy had paid for our entire dinner and it was a fancy dinner and the related to us that early in his marriage with his wife. Someone had done that for them on their anniversary always stuck with them and so he wanted to pass on the good like you know like the goodwill and he hopes that it was like you know a no stranger were blown away and we were just like okay. We're going to have to figure out a way someday in the future to do that for another young couple and they're so sweet and then make it even sweeter. I get home and open up my present desk. Would eric got me. I i'm really not gonna be able to guess so whether the ties into a common theme of jen's about sustainability and cleanliness at home. You guys. i'm the proud owner of photo. Wash list dominant topper law. Gosh eric bought me a day. The card said for my queen a throne. He has a good sense of humor for anyone who is trying to understand who you married. I think that says it all writer. I will say the thing is still in the box because we have it installed it yet because it need to plug in and our outlet isn't quite near the toilet so we're going to just plug it in with the wire showing for now dislike. Get a feel for it. But eventually i'm going to move the outlet so that you don't see the cords and it feels much more interesting you're going to have to get like a guy come in and do the work in the bath. Yeah i've i've done electrical work. My father is a proud. Ib w electrical worker union member however moving outlets is especially in tile wall. That's beyond me yet. Don't come and install the outlet. Right benetton i will say. They do make Todo toppers for toilets. That don't require electricity. That just use the water pressure but this one has like the warming and the arm that's movable so you do need electricity so i am so excited that's gonna be like our july fourth President install this thing. I cannot wait to tell you all about it. I'm very excited. I think he just meant like sitting on the toilet was going to be your activity. Well once we get working. Yes i'm just gonna sit there and like sprained my button. Stay cool all july fourth. So it's funny that you say that like i went to a spa. He'll be hearing about in a future episode fat miscarriage. Okay which was spa the other day and this was not the thing you're going to hear about. This was not the main event but they had a toto wash on the thing. And i was just like. I'm not going to start experimenting with this here. In this maybe a public but you can come to my house I've seen the more and more anyway saves on all the time she wipes Taper all those things. We'll talk about it in a future episode but for this episode jess is gonna take us through the news and then as requested by listeners. We're gonna talk about sun protective clothing and ups and what it means. Give you some recommendations for that kind of stuff for the summer. We realize it is not some are everywhere. I know we have a lot of listeners in australia. Guys you're in australia. Even those winter is still sunny. So don't stop listening. Okay you ready to do this. just out. and then we'll raise the wand and you know the drill. Yes all right all right. Let's do it. Okay everybody let's talk about what is hot hot hot. What's happening news okay. So the clean..
Italy votes to cut number of MPs and senators
"Cara the initiative. First of all to reduce the number of MP's this was a big headline initiative of the five Star Movement. Why was that? Did they have a sincere belief in reducing the the role of government in Italian life or did they just think that you never lose votes by leading up on politicians? Well, the movement five stars as people who do follow Italian politics will know was born essentially as an anti elitist movement from the very onset in fact, it was never. Going to be a party, I told at the very beginnings it's very point was to remove the privilege of the ruling elite and the the the reduce reducing the number of of MP's was seen as part of that historically There is a consideration, the one of the main considerations from the point of view of the movie stars and other parties that have. Box. This referendum is to save on the cost of politics whether the cost is actually relevant enough. The savings are relevant enough to actually make significant difference is to be determined but it's difficult to oppose such measures from the point of view of symbolism writes in the. PD. So the center left Party, the Democrat, party has had to back this referendum eventually partly because we are they are now in a ruling coalition. With the move and five stars and they don't want to be seen at odds with one another because that could put the government risk. But also because nobody wants to be perceived as the party who's protecting the elites ultimately because the cost thing is nonsense isn't it's one billion euros over ten years which in the context of the national budget of a country, the size of Italy is beans it is and that's been remarked a number of times As I said, it's more about the symbolic gesture than anything else in front. One of the a practical consequences that this reduction will have is that a will significantly decrease the amount of representation. So that right now, there is one MP in the Chamber of Deputies. Every. Ninety six, thousand, Italians dutton number will now go up to one each one, hundred, fifty, one, thousand Italians, and think the will be particularly seved at the level of the Senate because the Senate is elected kind of via regional route so that there is different electoral colleges, etc, and set in regions will see the number of their elected representatives go down by or more than half, and that's significant from the point of view of how much. Swayed will have in the chamber. Extremely significant and does appear to be the obvious drawback of this game. Nevertheless, it was very popular among your fellow. Italians with seventy percent voting for why is that? Do you think? Do you think that's an if you think about Europe as a whole? Is that an unusually high number more than usually sick of the people who are running the country? I think one of the reasons why the result was so high as because it was ultimately backed by lot of parties so that the party division line was less dark than it would've been now the situations in which these referendums have been politicized the moving five stars of course voted yes it's electorate voted compactly. Yes. Like almost ninety six percent or something this deal moving five-star electorate voted. For, yes. But the PD also officially backed it and the vast majority of the electorate of the Lega and all the rest of the center right also did. So when you sum up all these different parties that there's less of a political kind of undercurrent to it, other than a win for the moon five stars and a not rocking of the current political establishment because ultimately PD also bacteria. That's the political meaning that you're going to be gleaning out of it. So on the subject of gleaning political meaning from things, these regional elections were held at the same time. What did they tell us? It's very interesting because a lot of people over the last few years have wondered whether Salvini could get back on on his horse. Matteo Salvini. Yeah, no indeed and these regional elections where a very important appointment because it's the first time that Italians do vote after covid right? And there were a number of regions that historically have been left wing regions that were thought. They could go to the center right and that hasn't largely happened the centre-left has held in many of the places where it wanted to hold a apart from a mark wearing fact, the candidate that's now become the governor doesn't come from Salvini Spotty, but from Italy Italia, which is the other far right party but less of a kind of northern secessionist heritage more of the Roman heritage right. What we're seeing across the bode board in these results is that Salvini is losing grip on many things, other challenges from within the center right IRA merging not least Georgia Maloney the leader of Fratelli d'italia. So this other far right party not least. Competition within his own party Ziad. The governor of Benetton very popular in his region because of his management of Cavite has skyrocketed to six to seventy six percent. Results in in the region and so I think we're what we're seeing is that the left wing is holding where it probably didn't even think it would hold this much and that context government despite content not being an elected official of the centre-left has actually given a lot more credibility to the current coalition that I think anybody would have expected doesn't strike you though that this is a a left versus right question on more of a professionals versus populists question because a like a pandemic is about a stern test that any government can face and obviously Italy was one of the first places in Europe to face it on a very large scale. Is it possible that something of this sort has reminded Italian voters that maybe there is something to be said for voting for blandly competent and relatively calm people who are actually capable of doing stuff i. think that's exactly the point partly because the populist narrative, very much centers around narratives around you know migration and other issues that don't really relate necessarily to what many Italians rating about right now, which is administration economic recovery, which is returning to schools on you know relatively less appealing because they are much more ordinary budget still, very, very important concerns and interestingly you mentioned you know that the rise of the. Leader? Many, of the regional leaders. The. Regional governors are now coming onto the national stage and where in the past I think we used to see a lot more mess come into national politics right now we're seeing a lot more of these figures that used to be very much in the background because not many people focused on regional governors. Suddenly they were putting a spotlight because of covid this new whole generation of politicians coming to the full, and we will have to see in the next few years. How many of them will make the jump to national politics?
Paul Theroux's Mexico Journey
"More than fifty years of writing about his epic journeys in Travel Books and novels. Paul through has recently finished a series of road trips on the back roads of Mexico. He wanted to see for himself who lives there how they live and what's really behind the headlines about a migration crisis from south of the US border and by the way you'll have to pardon my weak voice at the time we recorded our interview. It's better now. Paul theroux welcome Doc Ricketts a pleasure to be with you. You know this is such an exciting adventure you went on and right at the beginning of the book you write the Mexican border in the edge of the known world only shadows and danger beyond it and working figures. Hungry criminal predatory fanged fanatical enemies an ungovernable rabble eager to pounce on the unwary traveller so you decided to travel. Tell us where you went on this trip. And why by the rest of that senators and a Tutti fruity of grizzled gringos accident. So why why. Because I noticed that people were stereotyping Korea Typing Mexicans Mexicans who come across the border why they come that illegal looking for welfare making trouble and I thought one of the reasons as we traveled your a great traveller. Rick is to destroy the stereotype to find out what people are really like. What's this story and we find the come from? All sorts of places is in Mexico they might be billion as they might be millionaires. That might have no money at all. Some people in Mexico have less than the average person in Kenya or Bangladesh Rush. So it's not a simple situation but to see it at its best or to see it most clearly. I thought I WANNA go alone. I want to go on my own car. I WANNA the drive up and down. The border. The border that everybody talks about but no one knows that firsthand as written about much and I want to see it drive along the aboard and then drive deep into Mexico and I thought I bought a car for this purpose secondhand car. That wasn't very notable and off. I went not very noticeable but it had Massachusetts license plates on it. That was a little unfortunate. The police said you know they. They looked at my plates. And then they pull you off the road and they say Whether or Saturday do you know what I can do to you and you say what exactly do you want. And then they say pay me some more Didi. Is that the open. This happens but people say how awful and I think. Yeah how awful but on the plane of snakes is travel book and travelers travel writers. Rav Paul Writers have the last word so I have the last word and that's a side of Mexico. The police are excited. Mexico that exists and as travelers were not looking in for la La land in Orlando. We're looking for the reality. Go south of the border. We're looking to see things as they are the good the bad the ugly the the fun that whatever it is the sunshine the rain you know I was the Peace Corps joined the Peace Corps nineteen sixty three and I went to Central Africa. I didn't know what I was GonNa find was into the wild blue yonder and what I found was not at all what I was expecting. Not at all our guest right now and travel with. Rick Steves is author Paul. He just published an account of his road. Trips from the back roads of Mexico his new book introduces us to the people he met and explains what he learned about life in Mexico far from the comforts of resorts in the safety. Excuse tollways the books called on the plane of snakes. Your book is about the wall and I'm fascinated by walls in my travels. The Berlin Wall the walls between the Protestant and Catholic neighborhoods in Belfast. The wall of between Palestine and Israel and in this wall I remember when I was in the Holy Land on one side. The Wall looked a certain way. And then the other from the other side that looked a lot different tell us about the actual wall standing there especially on the Mexican side looking at it. What's it like where the wall is a big piece of iron mongering That looks like it looks like a prison wall. I mean it looks ah fence it has slats in it. The first one that I saw was in Nogales may be eight years ago or possibly more and it wasn't a wall that you could see through. It was sexually big iron plates steel plates. I guess and there were there. Were Rusty thirty feet high. You couldn't see through. It looked like it didn't look like offense at all actually looked like a wall That's now slats. What is it looked like it? It looks like something that is surmountable. Looks like you could climb over and people do it. Looks like could tunnel under it and people do it also looks very beautiful. It looks like a piece of sculpture by the artist Christo it looks like Krista went to the border and said I'm going to show the world. What a border looks like in metal and so the the fence to steal border fence goes up and down through hill and Dale undulating up? As far as the I can see and you think how amazing but how primitive too because house obviously keep any vote. No when I go as a traveler to these walls the odd thing is I can pass them easily. I can go from Israel to Palestine I in the cold where I could go between East and West. You were south of the wall and you wrote about the women in the diners there that kind of saw you you as a maybe a ticket to the north. It must have been interesting for you to be in these hardscrabble. Little spots in the wall was so close and you could just waltz right back and forth. They couldn't not only that it's only yeah waltzing bank in Nogales Arizona. You visit door in the wall. The first time I saw it there was a turnstile where you're in a street in Arizona. You know with parked in the sunshine. POKKA walk down the end of the street. Go through the door in your in Mexico is your show you I mean I showed by. Id and just by walking through a door. That for travel is such an amazing experience to me. It was an experience of the kind that I'd I'd never had before I've cross borders. You've been through many borders but most borders that are memorable you walk across Kenya Ethiopia China China and Russia Kazakhstan Benetton wherever you know Canada and say but Mexico is it's the wall and also there's another language behind the wall is cuisine beyond the wall and the women that you mentioned some of whom want to go over the wall around it to work in a motel or a hotel in the states Have left children behind husband's behind and the going what I found. Is that coming to make a living
Pentagon Advises Members Of Armed Forces Not To Use Home DNA Testing Kits
"The Pentagon is advising members of the armed forces not to use home DNA testing kits like ancestry and twenty three in me in a memo sent out last Friday the department of defense says DNA testing companies have been offering military discounts and other incentives to DOD personnel Yahoo news first reported on the memo Jennifer cousin Frankel writes about bio ethics and genetic testing for science magazine and she's with us now high hi thanks for having me why would the Pentagon make this kind of request what information is at risk here they were a little bit vague in there on their memo that that was released but I noticed two different points that that jumped out at me the first is that these genetic tests can provide health information that is they noted have varying degrees of validity and they're not always accurate so there is a concern that inaccuracies could pose a higher risk to people in the department of defense military personnel Benetton mandated to reveal their medical history to the military exactly for example if if you do one of these tests and you find out that you according to the test have a higher risk of type two diabetes or breast cancer or dementia in the future there may be a requirement that you disclose that information so so that's a concern especially if the test results aren't accurate and the second concern cited in the note is that if this genetic data is accessed by outside parties potentially the governments of other countries that could put people in the military at some risk potentially what do you think the defense department means when in the memo it refers to potential quote unintended security consequences and possible mass surveillance and the ability to track individuals without their authorization this isn't my area of expertise no one could certainly speculate they're probably being cautious about data collected on their troops and this is another large set of data potentially and it still has a lot of unknowns so we're still learning a lot about the DNA that's being cut collected you know what these different variants mean for different diseases whether the raise risk of different diseases that they haven't been linked to yet you're dealing with all of these uncertainties once the data is collected it's collected and there's you know we can't on collective so I think there may be worries about where is this going to go one year two years five years from now I think another concern is around de identified DNA data there's a lot of effort to strip away the personal identifiers from data and then and then study it in different ways or access it in different ways and there have been some discoveries that that it's often very difficult to truly de identified data and of course department of defense may have other ideas that that they're choosing not to share but they obviously feel that there is is some potential risk here and they're trying to steer clear of it we reached out to a couple of the larger companies operating the space ancestries sent us a statement saying they do not target military personnel with discounts Furthermore protecting our customers privacy is our highest priority twenty three in me sent us a statement which says in part our customers should be assured we take the utmost efforts to protect their privacy and that the results we provide are highly accurate do you have thoughts about what these companies are saying here I would say they're definitely examples of inaccuracies and some of them and the companies you know to some degree are up front in their testing reports that there can be inaccuracies depending on on what we're talking about here and part of that is because this is an ever evolving field you know what we understand about a gene today is not necessarily what we understand about it a year from now that's one issue and and and other issues there can be disagreements about you know what the strip of DNA is telling us and also these companies are they're regulated in a different way than than many labs that offer information back to patients so yes I think there have been examples of of inaccuracies out they're not necessarily from those two specific companies that that you're quoting but from some of these direct to consumer companies in general Jennifer cousin Frankel writes about bio ethics and genetic testing for science magazine thanks for speaking
Anna of Untamed Borders Teaches Locals to Ski in Afghanistan
"Have a brief conversation with Anna. She has a unique job besides is being a tour guide for untamed borders. She's a ski coach in Bamiyan Afghanistan teaching locals how to Ski. Untamed border specializes alizes and bringing travelers to challenging. Locales like Afghanistan Samaya in Iraq check out their agendas on their website. And right now now. Here's my conversation with Anna. He welcome to accounting countries. Please take a moment introduce yourself. Hi My name is on Savannah where I live on a fire I like to travel abroad and in life free time I like the Pumpkins pumpkins interesting. Anything to do with Halloween. Not really I just like the Pumpkin CDO traditions living. Yeah Okay so besides travel. I understand you are really passionate about skiing. And you've worked as a ski teacher for several seasons plus in Switzerland. I know you've also met some interesting people in Switzerland when you were a ski coach. Tell me about three of them fister still. He is a Swiss journalist journalists. Who enabled me to come to spend the first time? And he was the one who started this project a one C up and the the to say remind friends from Dallas and the best years for Benetton suggest in Asia Around who are now. My Co workers. Keep Up Okay and as he cites side note I understand. There is a documentary. Made about the two skiers. What's the name of that documentary? The light shines okay. It's pretty cool. I just saw that the other day so you should check that out and I know Afghanistan. Ghanistan was high on your list to visit for quite a long time and Kristoff. You just mentioned in. Switzerland gave you the opportunity to travel there in February. Three of two thousand sixteen. What brought you there? What did you do when you got to Bamiyan so it was really cool their helicopter and so the big snowcapped mountains and then I stayed there for a month? I worked with the Ski Club Club. And we organized against challenge inge. Okay and just for some further background. Christoph is one of the founders and supporters of the Bamiyan Ski Club and the idea behind the club is. What's the club doing in by me on we are basically Young people from surrounding villages is to spend their free time in winter when they don't have school to learn some new activities into her funding was now and we need to know a little bit about Balmy on. How many meters high is this area? There's a lot of mountains so gunmen lies. One two thousand five hundred meters that's valley and when we go skiing we start in two thousand eight hundred meters high and we go from there We have to say also that there are no lifts so we start down we walk up and then we see them. Some good exercise besides Kristof. Untamed borders is also one of the supporters of the Bamiyan Ski Club and and when you went to Afghanistan in February of two thousand sixteen you also became part of the untamed border steam and you guided several travelers who came to Afghanistan for the ski challenge at that time. Tell me a little bit about working with untamed borders and guiding in travelers. Who are coming to bomb young to participate in the Ski Challenge? I actually got quite a lot of interesting people to ski here And some of them are very well traveled. Some of them are good skiers. It's rarely the whole package. One person But they're always always surprised and amazed by mountains here and I everyone has so far on. I've been here his really enjoyed. There's a
Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell, Texas And Jessica Taylor discussed on Reveal
"Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's open to some gun reform measures in the wake of recent mass shootings in both Texas and Ohio but isn't yours Jessica Taylor reports McConnell won't be calling senators back from August recess to start discussions in an interview with Kentucky radio station W. H. A. S. McConnell stressed something needed to be done after shooters in el Paso and Dayton killed thirty one people over the weekend what happened after one the shooting for the Benetton Tatian to just engage in political discourse rather than actually passing something else signaled his open to current bipartisan proposals that would give grants to states to implement so called red flag laws and expand background checks but he was skeptical about an assault weapons ban which many Democrats have called for the Kentucky senator also said lawmakers should use the next three weeks to weigh measures that the Senate could then consider when they return in September Jessica Taylor
Stuck In Tijuana, Many Central American Migrants Opt For A Job
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from e-verify supporting employers with secure employment eligibility verification moving at the speed of your business. So you can confirm with confidence. Let's go higher at e-verify dot gov slash go. Now to wanna where it's been raining for two days. That's made a dismal situation even more miserable for the central Americans camped out near the US border. And yet, even though the migrants entered Mexico illegally, the country is offering them jobs. More and more migrants are taking up the offer NPR's David welna reports. At the edge of the mud-filled loopless sports complex where some six thousand Central American migrants shelter under tents and tarps five minute. Underwear? Bathed under a stream of cold water waiting his journey as a twenty year old Honduran named ho sway Pineda. This camp may be full of sick and discouraged refugees. He says, but people still have their dreams that might come up. But as yet. Yeah. Lucky? Most people here dream of America opinion says, but if there's a chance to get a job here in Mexico. He's willing to take it. There's our own thin thousand open jobs available in the monkey Laura industry. That's netto. Lopez. The alderman who represents this part of Tijuana the assembly plants known as mucky Lleras that surround the city says are hurting for workers, a problem locals blame on low wages. Those are the factor that work for big name plug Sony by ear and stuff like that here at the Benetton. Ick. Samsung. In a large covered courtyard about a twenty minute walk from the migrant shelter scores of scruffy, looking men and women take numbers and lineup. For job interviews this jobs. Fair was organized by federal and state officials. Neider kale is the fares coordinator, she says so far more than two thousand migrants nearly half the adults in the camp of signed up for one year humanitarian work visas necessity that they got dilemma no, we need human capitals. He says the company's here. Keep asking for more workers and were short on what we can supply them with these migrants and that demand. She says make a very good match. What happened is apartment this when get on the Timberlake Mira Denison university. Those representing the maquiladora industry at the jobs. Fair is Esther Leiva poor te'o. She says the company she works with have fifteen thousand job openings, maybe operations area. Visit where they're looking. More persons employees, and you can't find Mexican workers to do that job Salita heart. Zillow they're looking all the options on the street outside the jobs. Fair is a forty two year old Honduran clutching a sheaf of papers. Rene Castille is happy. He begins a new job at seven o'clock the next morning at an assembly plant where he'll get the equivalent of a dollar eighty eight an hour you'd I say. Die the Puerto hierarchy medical. Thank god. We've been given a chance to work here in Mexico. He says I ask if he's given up on getting into the US, no Wyndham on then so positive for your sake. Or celebrate that guy. No way am I giving up. He says, I'm a positive person. I'll just have to give it a little more time. Cloudy Nonda's mother of four with another on the way is another hundred who's just landed a job. She says she likes Mexico. Mitha news. But the goal is getting to the US. She says, adding it's what every hunter and dreams of this jobs fair. Make some here on easy watching this parade of Central American job. Applicants is a ninety year old. Mexican Roberto Sandoval things. Mexico is doing the US a big favor by giving these people jobs. Glued basic truth. Protect these people that these people become fired countries whom to help migrants are Mexicans. It's a dilemma the new government taking office here. Tomorrow will soon be facing David woman. Pure news who wanna Mexico.
Susanna Palmer, Elon Musk Tesla and New York Times discussed on Bloomberg Law
"Tesla's board might be grappling this weekend with, what about Elon Musk Tesla's chairman and CEO this after an. Interview musk gave to the New York Times which was widely seen as indicating fatigue from running so many companies is wearing must
Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family
"Case I'm Evan Haning And I'm Susanna Palmer from. Bloomberg world headquarters Elon Musk's interview with the New York Times yesterday has heightened concerns surrounding the health of Tesla's chairman and CEO shares in the electric car maker plunged eight point nine percent yesterday the largest drop in nearly two. Years for tesla the references musk made to using sleeping pill. Ambien and driving well tweeting are fueling calls
White House Counsel Has Cooperated Extensively With Mueller’s Obstruction Inquiry
"As. We've been reporting a dozen current and former White House officials briefed on the matter have told the New York Times. The White House counsel Don Mcgann has. Cooperated extensively in the special counsel investigation they say he's. Shared detailed accounts about the episodes at the heart of the inquiry into whether, President, Trump obstructed Justice that includes, some details that investigators. Would not have. Learned of
Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family
"A Texas jury. Has hit Toyota with a two hundred forty two million dollar. Verdict after finding that defects in the front seats of two thousand two Lexus ES three hundred caused serious injuries to a. Dallas families to young children during a rear end collision in two thousand sixteen the jury in state court in Dallas awarded one hundred forty four million dollars in punitive damages after finding Toyota and Toyota Motor Sales were. Grossly negligent in the matter according to court papers
Investors query funding costs at a private Tesla
"Troubles were tesla CEO Elon Musk continue fortune reports investors betting that Tesla's doc will lose value the so-called shorts have made a one point. Two billion dollar gains since mosque I tweeted about having funding to take, the, company. Private the tally comes from a report released Friday by stock. Analytics firm s. three partners the New York Times published or of dealing emotional interview with Moscow on Friday. That drove test Stock, down nearly nine percent and legal trouble over the, tweet could ensue Harvey Pitt is former chairman of the securities and Exchange Commission strikes me being Accurate and securities lunch. False and
Jesus, KFI and NRA discussed on Jesus Christ Show
"If you want more of the, show during the week that is the only way to get it to that quantity it's. Just under seven hours or so of content delivered on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays and then in. Addition to that you get this show every hour on the hour on during the show he, gets posted so you get that also follow us on Twitter at Jesus show Jesus show Vince welcome to the Jesus Christ show Jesus I Vince what's on your mind I've been. Very lucky in my life I've had two. Beautiful children I was raised Catholic I have a Muslim wife and I. Have two children that are. In a Jewish preschool Wow you're like the colors of Benetton but with religion Right And you know where I stand on religion is that I don't really believe in any of it, personally, I I'm an atheist But I gotta tell you that a lot of good things have happened in my life I've been a, lot, about some downs And, I help people I'm a dentist I, help the underprivileged I a big brother I do a lot of good things and I. I try to do that every day And some some of that gets returned. To me some. Not but I really. Don't care whether it. Does or doesn't and as a result a lot, of good things have happened to me But I am an atheist and You. Know I'm just curious to to I just wonder what we're. Jesus or, God stands on that I mean if you know what has to happen, to me after I pass away somebody who basically is a good person who tries to do good things in general and tries to be. Make other people better around them What's. Your position, on that well Vince the the questions interesting and slightly odd because you, don't believe so why would you be concerned about an afterlife you don't believe in a God I'm assuming you don't believe in an afterlife No I don't believe in an afterlife either okay I believe that we. We we assume beings have, limitations of our five senses and we can't possibly know what's go beyond the atmosphere and beyond this. The. The stars that shouldn't recognize there probably are things? Larger or infinitely larger or? Smaller, than us but we as human beings don't have enough courage to to. Say that what we don't know to admit? What we don't know so so. Are you fearful that you might be wrong Not in not in the least okay Then, the answer any answer give his. Moot It means nothing. My answer means nothing your question means nothing if you don't believe, there's a cliff and you're, driving towards it The honest reaction and response is that you'll die regard regardless of your belief but it made me. Nothing to me but it may mean a lot to someone who doesn't matter doesn't. For the question. Is to see what we're. Jesus stands on. A person like me. And there has to. Be an answer there I don't know and you don't know me It's that simple it's like asking we'll, how does a stranger feel about you now there's a creation connection and that's it you choose not to know you choose to to be an artist without God and if you believe that then. You live that. Way and living that way If the creator created me then he must have a connection with. Me even though I don't, have a connection with him indeed there is a Created, a son but he never met his son before but there is there's a base connection absolutely. Scripture, talks about that So that's why God loves everyone. Must no answer for what Jesus there's no relationship born a person like me there has to be some type. Doesn't matter it doesn't matter because you. Don't believe it does not, interact with you or intersect with you in any way if you don't believe it means nothing. If it's like someone saying, I wanna know what you want me, to do here even though I'm not, gonna do it if you ask a, question if you put it in that. Light. There is no answer Now if you called and you asked me and he. Said listen I'm wavering and I'm not. Sure and I wanna know, what there is on the other side of it then, I tell you but there's no reason. For me to tell you, about the consequence of something that you, don't believe is consequential Jesus Christ will return in a moment Part, of the. Show call eight seven seven holy host And when it breaks and Julie Slater live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom heatwave is on the way the hottest days will be tomorrow and Tuesday temps are expected to rise above triple digits in several valley locations. Prompting an, excessive heat, warning from the national weather service after that it'll cool but not much temps will stay in the ninety s route the week across much of so Cal Orange County Fire authority officials are warning people who live near where, urban areas meet wild lands to. Be ready to evacuate should brushfires breakout near their homes a su-, NAMI warning has been lifted after a magnitude, seven point zero earthquake hit the Indonesian island. Of Bali at least three people have been killed model. Chrissy Teigen, is vacationing on the island with her husband John legend she tweeted that it was a massive earthquake that went on for fifteen seconds last week in earthquake in the same area killed seventeen people gun. Control activists have protested at the NRA headquarters in Virginia yesterday's national March on the NRA is part of, the, March, for our Our lives movement advocating. For tougher gun laws red versus blue. Issue or a mental health versus gun probably regardless of where you stand this is a health price in which our response is long overdue dozens of people showed up to the NRA headquarters where they held up signs against the NRA and saying an altered version of America the beautiful the students who survived the deadly Marjory stoneman Douglas high. School shooting, in Portland, and parkland Florida back in February organized the movement and protests and Chucky traffic from your healthcare Honda traffic center crash in mid city on the ten he spent side right before you get to LA brea or the right, lanes are still blocked here watch. For some pretty heavily starting right around Fairfax also got some roadwork, if you're making the ride into Hawthorn eastbound, side between the four or five and hopper. Boulevard or the two right lanes are coned off and. Some roadwork, in Woodland Hills stretch northbound one to one from Canoga to canyon with leanest gummed up until about two this afternoon KFI in the sky helps get either faster time Jalen so Cal weather from KFI. Sunny highs I've said this before we both said this many times before There's no triple digits in, the valleys in the i. e. tonight mostly clear lows, in the mid sixty s to. Around seventy we will get super warm tomorrow tents will be in, the eighties to mid nineties along the coast over a hundred degrees in the valleys of seeing the I e the temps drop a. Little Wednesday and throughout the week we lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom I'm Julius later Chris little here, our suicide an opioid crisis is the worst in US history hear me speak with Tyler Norris CEO of providence Saint..
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