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Fresh update on "boon" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:25 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "boon" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

"Radio Thiss is Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia, We want to continue to take a look of the fight against the Corona virus. The infection curve is flattening due to social separation, PBOC says it will pay more attention to economic growth and jobs. Travel restrictions around on out of are now being easy. Is it China? That's going to leave that consumer recovery crucial step here will be rapid and widespread testing. Bloomberg Daybreak. Asia Live from Hong Kong. Or on Bloomberg Radio. So the equity market in Hong Kong will begin trading at the bottom of the hour. After a big rally yesterday, Hang Sang was up about 2.9%. Nearly what it will today hold as we wrap up a trading week, well after I don't know. Check in at the bottom of the hour. Stay with us at least until then. And if you're joining us from the region. Good morning, I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg Interactive Broker Studio in New York. And on Juliette Sally in Singapore. Bloomberg Debra Geyser is presented by interactive brokers Mutual fund MARKETPLACE. Clients from over 200 countries and territories have access to over 21,000 no load and 8300. No transaction fee funds. You can learn more at I b k out dot com slash funds. Let's get a check of market action with Brian Curtis in Hong Kong, Brian Yes, Julia. This is such an exciting half hour because you get to Taiwan and Singapore market's opening up the China future. Starting a trade you get the fix on the PBOC and HangSeng Index futures in about 15 minutes. And while I was saying earlier this morning that we might see some profit taking today, it's been a really strong, weak witness. For instance, the C S I 300 up 2% yesterday and the day before. So 4% in two days. You don't see that all that often. Thanks, Index says Doug mentioned up 697 points yesterday. It was a rocking rally, and it almost feels like some of the money may shift. From, say, the United States and Europe into Asia as we haven't seen the resurgence in cases here, as we have seen in the United States, maybe somebody going to Europe as well, because the DAX overnight was up 2.8% as well. We just got some data. It's not too bad. The D Boon Bank Japan June Services. PM I was 45. Versus 26 a half in May. So it's still the fifth month of contraction, but moving in the right direction. Australian PM is 53.1 versus 26.9 in May. And we'll get the Taishin services and composite PM eyes at 9 45 this morning. So in other words, about 42 minutes or so, from now, no trading in the 10 year but we've got the last yield at 66 basis points. We've got dollar yen at 107 51. The dollar was weaker. Generally earlier, the Bloomberg dollar spot flat now gold at 17 87 announcing oil at $40.33 his big day on Wall Street. It may be a big day in Asia, Doug to you. Brian. Thanks. Speaking of data, we had the U. S employment report in the last session. The labor market here, making some progress Mohr than expected last month, nonfarm payrolls were up by 4.8 million. And on top of that the numbers for Mai were revised to show a gain of 2.7 million. We reached out to Larry Kudlow. He is the director of the National Economic Council. He told us the economy is going in the right direction. Well, look, First of all, it's a spectacular number on it.

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"boon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:00 min | 3 d ago

"boon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Which is Kim Boon from the Weather Channel W. Beatty, and Right now it is warm. 81 at W. B. People with guns showed up in downtown Morganton over the weekend. It happened when rumors started to swirl that protestors might try to tear down a Confederate monument encounter. Protesters also showed up things quickly got heated. You could tell that that emotions or started to play a big role in this, and when people get emotional, they have a tendency to make poor decisions. WeII did not want that to happen. Major Ryan Lander with Morgan to public safety, says both sides were heavily armed. Police moved in got the crowds to disperse. No one was hurt Jeff Atkins and Tini and breaking this hour from the Supreme Court and abortion ruling, The high court throws out a Louisiana law that required doctors at abortion clinics. You have the ability to admit patients to a nearby hospital. If there was a complication, the vote to overturn that law from Louisiana 5 to 4. If you're Cam Newton fan, you'll be glad to know he's found a new team. After being cut from the Panthers. Cham Cham Dance of sports news for the New England Patriots. The team has found a possible replacement, a legendary quarterback Tom Brady, by working out a one year contract with longtime Panthers quarterback Cam knew, and Patriots also got fined $1.1 million by the NFL for use of another camp Ah video camera that the league said the team used inappropriately last year when it filmed the sidelines of the Cincinnati Bengals during a game against the Cleveland Browns ahead of a matchup between the Patriots and the Bangles a possible attempt to gain an advantage over an opponent. It also cost the Pats of third round draft pick next year. The number one overall pick of the 2011 draft three time Pro Bowl quarterback Cam Newton and will compete for the Patriots starting quarterback job. One year contract loaded with incentives could be worth up to 7.5 $1,000,000. Jared Max Fox News W B T We lead local I'm Mark Garrison Wlbt news. Your total wine and more store is ready to serve you with our always low.

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Fresh update on "boon" discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

00:35 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "boon" discussed on The Book Review

"The restraining order has been denied it, and it's like Bolton replaying itself all over again with Mary Trump's book exactly I mean. The statements are very similarly worded. There arriving regularly and again this sort of way the books then play out in the news cycle. It really drives readers interest to tell you know when they hear that something is so controversial that someone's willing to go to court to prevent it from being released a not surprisingly Mary Trump's book is number one on Amazon. And John Bolton's book is number. Three and Bolton's book debuted at number. One on the New York Times bestseller list this week as well. That's right part of the play for the publishers who are doing these books. Is You know when they when they do get in legal entanglements? It actually bolsters sales often because it drives interest. That drives the news cycle. There's Cable News coverage of the book, and this is all ahead of the publication date so in some ways apart from the hassle in. In the legal fees and things like that, it's actually a publicity boon when when they get into these kinds of entanglements, and that was demonstrated in the sales figures for John Bolton's book room where it happened, which came out recently, and in its first week it sold more than seven hundred eighty thousand copies, so Simon and Schuster has ordered an eleventh printing of the book, and that will bring the number of hardcover copies two million, so that shows pretty broad interest despite all the criticism that. Received across the board across the political spectrum, Republicans were furious that he would attack. The President Democrats and liberals were furious that he wouldn't testify in the appeasement hearings, but rather waited to deliver the information in the form of a book for a reported two million advance, but Simon Schuster is profiting quite a bit, and this isn't the last. We're going to hear from. Simon Schuster its authors. Because doesn't Bob. Woodward have another book coming. Yes, Bob Woodward has another book coming out this fall, which is a sequel to his two thousand eighteen bestseller fear which was. Reported investigation about the trump administration, and that was a huge hit that sold around two million copies, so the fact that he has another book coming out shortly before the election I think almost guarantees another bestseller for Simon and Schuster all right well. It sounds like we've got lots more books to read before. November third Alexandra. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. Joining.

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S13E14  Ace of spades - burst 08 - EXPAND - 2020-07-02

Ubuntu Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

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"Want to get to an going global installed. It doesn't work very well. That's unfortunate. You want to build some confidence in in technologies as you going along. And Jason Armstrong is already rolling. I am one of those who use a boon to as a rolling release. Situation Einstein released then switched to the desktop grading. Opt out over the next six months i. have made that this is not very secure to run my hours, but in the foyer been a boon to I haven't had a broken system. Yeah, so he's warning. Out Yes which? Is Again I? Will I've made a note this name all speak to mark although I think I may have. Learned my up into naming credits. With the gravy guerrilla, so I have to get somebody else to propose the rolling Rhino. Right and with that, thank you all for your feedback. About snaps and rolling releases. We're going to move onto some come online love now. If. You'd love the command online as much as we do. Send a command that will blow our minds, and we might even mentioned on the show. Send your command one love to. RUN TO PODCAST DOT ORG. So Stewart now only if you return for second week, but you've come with I command line to share on is I understood able to bigotry. I'M A it's think pros lint. And what it does is it reads as far as where only English text and puts out problems with. It's like a guy, grammar-checker. Bonds instead of being one of those grammar. Check is the winds about passive voice. It's

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Fresh update on "boon" discussed on What the Tech

What the Tech

00:34 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "boon" discussed on What the Tech

"This offering services, and and you have a captive audience for people, plus now whatever it is. and Y- those hardware sales a fantastic every several whatever it is. But you getting a a a a a micro payment every single month for Apple, TV plus rapple new supplies for apple music for whatever the services are. Is. Way Better. You know if you can get some segment of your population to keep paying you. It becomes a steady rhythm of money. You know people forget able forget. And whatever the schedule is I mean you know you can watch. Earnings announcements I mean they'll. Their earnings go through the roof on an iphone comes out and then the next quarter. They still make shit ton of money. They're huge, but. They go down. You know like they you can see the up down is based around hardware. What what apple wants would any company wants is for a mid to high level where it's kind of consistent, and you get it through the services you know that's. You know apple can talk all they want about how this is great for people and all that stuff, but really it's great for apple and furniture, whatever they're not a charity, but I mean. I Dunno, I think bringing the Max capabilities to. Their other devices they're. They're huge volume devices. Makes tons of sense you know at Gianluca in the chat room brings up. A good point goes what we're talking about. His sidecar two point Oh. 'cause they introduce sidecar last year and I gotTA. Tell you a lot of people are not using it. It was a cool novelty like when they first did it I did it once I'm like this is really cool. I could bring my desktop over. They could expand it. Well now you're running it on the device running on the device for it's very interesting. Attention grew a Adam also wants said in the China I love to see Paul. Live in Lenox for a month and writing series about it. You know what I would love to see that too okay. Come on well. I do a I've come closer to the city may believe so I have a series of articles called living with right so I've done living with Krumbach I've done living with windows savvy when it was on the way out to. I've started, but never published right one is called living with PC gaming, and one of them is called living with Lennox and since the pandemic started, I've also thought of doing when aside colleague living with a laptop, because what that means like today I have a desktop computer here that us for data, know podcast writing whatever, and obviously like outspend, sometimes afternoons in a different room upstairs in the better whatever as laptop so? The idea there was being just using a laptop all the time You know I have tried. To Make Lennox work for me so that I could write this series and the truth is I have I. Just I can't get into it like it's. It's it's like it's a step too far like I pay close attention to what's going on Lenox world closer than I think many realize I install so many distributions virtually in a virtual environment I, just to kind of see how it's going I, always have a couple of computers. That have Lennox on them. And they're never. It's everything doesn't work. You Know I. Don't know what else to say I I. It's. You Know Lennox doesn't do touch for one thing. That's not a huge deal, but you know you were talking about touching the thing in the Mac I. Mean I I find myself. I had elementary os on a fifteen inch Dell HP laptop. And The men's up in the corner. You Kinda of sitting there hitting the screen on quietness. Break its limits. You know but I. It's all I'm saying, is I? It will probably get there I. believe it or not, this is something. That I've been basically trying to do for a long time and I just can't and have never gotten over that Hump. I can't explain. If there's any moment for the the usability of Lennox to be easy. It's now right. It's I mean. It's better than it's ever been for sure I. Lennox suffers from I think there are too many distributions for one thing. I think that's confusing. there are different formats for these stores for lack of a better term repositories of APPs which I take his anything to have any the OS. but they're you know they're different. even things. And Boon to was probably the first to do like a APPs store. Yeah okay, well in modern day I think I feel like. Yeah I mean there. There have been attempts over the years I mean I don't know I. I even a boon to like I mean how many different versions of a boon to either. Eight. Or nine different different window managers different I mean some are designed for light lower end devices with you know the kind of a light and thin thin light. Device we we were talking about this a couple of weeks ago and and I think it was I can't remember if it was on the actual show or on the show, but we were talking about. You know using Lennox Andy. A different destroys how beautiful they are. Some of them I just need to find a device to run it on like I don't have an outdated. I don't have a device that. Will work. It will just work. Tape Bunch of surfaces that I don't WanNa do. No No, no, you would never screw without on the surface I, I think the one that's kind of a mainstream computers probably the Dell. xps Thirteen because they have a developer nation that does come with Lenox. I reviewed the windows version of that recently and I don't remember the.

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Ubuntu Podcast

02:16 min | Last week

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"Software distribution accidentally became that it was intended to be away for developers to prepare packages for inclusion in the next release of a boon to, but because getting your software through the gates in in into the archive, it became a sidestep instead of actually getting yourself in the distribution, people just started using PPA's as a as a means to work around that bit of policy. so yeah, that's a ton of PPI. He and his his an interesting little fat for your I'm not GonNa. Tell you what this PPA is. The single most popular PPA that exists the one that is hit more than any other people on a daily basis. Is Empty. Has Nothing Munich. Deleted some years ago. I believe actually, but I I graduated point I'm and all that straight at PPI needed to go away. And yes, they would not meant to be a thing for so fad distribution and ended up being that way on. People did absolutely avoid putting their apps into the all club when normal people could get at them in favor. Giving you. A bunch of complicated instructions agreed with all of that point. What I don't like about the there's only wound store is you are obliged trust canonical. You have no choice in the matter. It's weight and I'm fine with that. If snaps off. A thing he's this canonical things thunderball two things canonical thing. You've got to trust us. You don't trust us. Don't come to us for this. No problem bar mints opinion is we necessarily want to trust canonic? Sorry that we we we, we will get to the point. I was job out to bake in the second because I. Agree with you, Mr. Johnson, we'll get to that, but I think. Canonical putting themselves initiative. Now you have to trust us. Some years back mark by an offhand comment. Which I thought was quite humorous, which was the off trust us? We've got great. And it was the truth. I, Eight still blew up into huge fury again, but people looking for stick to be canonical. But nonetheless, the people being reminded of fat. They

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Ubuntu Podcast

02:16 min | Last week

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"Software distribution accidentally became that it was intended to be away for developers to prepare packages for inclusion in the next release of a boon to, but because getting your software through the gates in in into the archive, it became a sidestep instead of actually getting yourself in the distribution, people just started using PPA's as a as a means to work around that bit of policy. so yeah, that's a ton of PPI. He and his his an interesting little fat for your I'm not GonNa. Tell you what this PPA is. The single most popular PPA that exists the one that is hit more than any other people on a daily basis. Is Empty. Has Nothing Munich. Deleted some years ago. I believe actually, but I I graduated point I'm and all that straight at PPI needed to go away. And yes, they would not meant to be a thing for so fad distribution and ended up being that way on. People did absolutely avoid putting their apps into the all club when normal people could get at them in favor. Giving you. A bunch of complicated instructions agreed with all of that point. What I don't like about the there's only wound store is you are obliged trust canonical. You have no choice in the matter. It's weight and I'm fine with that. If snaps off. A thing he's this canonical things thunderball two things canonical thing. You've got to trust us. You don't trust us. Don't come to us for this. No problem bar mints opinion is we necessarily want to trust canonic? Sorry that we we we, we will get to the point. I was job out to bake in the second because I. Agree with you, Mr. Johnson, we'll get to that, but I think. Canonical putting themselves initiative. Now you have to trust us. Some years back mark by an offhand comment. Which I thought was quite humorous, which was the off trust us? We've got great. And it was the truth. I, Eight still blew up into huge fury again, but people looking for stick to be canonical. But nonetheless, the people being reminded of fat. They

PPA Munich Mr. Johnson
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Ubuntu Podcast

03:33 min | 2 weeks ago

S13E13 Killing an albatross - burst 4 - Edit 01 - Expand

"Of an appliance image. Now the other pieces there is if you just want to make an appliance image. In this launch information you will find the image builder, which is a website that you can go to, and you can say I want an image for arouse. Reply on I want to use a boon to core eighteen and I want these snaps in it, and it will assemble Latte for you, and you can just download it so unlike like being destroy maintain a like. I am for classic Bundi where you have to learn all of that deep meaningful. Stuffing live CD route F S and all the rest of it. None of that anymore. You can just push button to get started. which sounds good distribution things I mean I'm to quote make. You know make it up. They don't make districts. Make Up, so this is like. If you've got to snap out, the BE WANNA give, people i. Short way of putting on their ause reply. All the that means told them to call and he's too lazy. Just pay just installed this bosh dot exactly and interestingly it looks like as appliances for each of the things I ran on my home server, so I could see myself at some point in the future. Replacing that with a little cluster of rows replies running these things. And If you've got good ideas for appliances that could be added to the portfolio. There's links to the Bantu Discourse Wha- There's a category in there and. Even if you're not signing up to do it, you can express your interest in applying images, and then the advocacy team will go out and try and find the right context to see if we can get them to make that happen really well. The Lord Harry I have ideas for this and. I have a very specific idea, right? She to can get it to work which is I? Won't something where? Something to arouse be Pie, and you could just a presentation on a lot, but office presentational PTA from powerpoint, and then displays it full scrapes host of digital signage vibe. But it's all driven off just one single presentation because they. They wanted to lucky from Obama building here in the in the foyer right. So I, thought Oh all do I'll get. Aroused by. And I'll have a used. Sombrero something's eating falls onto it. And then something which can vendor a powerpoint, but Getting, don't view it to work. Turned out to be hauled that it looks and getting I'll I try using web Maceio skinned. That didn't have g-strings stuff from music in it and just. So it felt like something that should be easier than as bobby good idea. Absolutely you could idea. Yeah I'm looking forward to some more of these that are in the pipeline as well. There's some interesting stuff coming alongside. Of My twenty three rows replies I will be partitioning some of them to be re purposed to use some of these, and the the first candidates are the next cloud appliance, and the AD guard applying some I'm looking forward to setting pat guard, not just using that hosted solution. Next up I think in a previous episode we had a brief discussion in as a sort of segue in another discussion about what it takes to make device up into certified canonical have actually now done a blog post about lack going into the people in processes behind. Getting a device and

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

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"So this week. We thought we would discuss. How would we make a boon to a rolling release and also pose the question should oven to be a rolling release. I'm going to stop stop by asking. Why would have been to want to do this, so they can get all of the latest? Not Use naps well I'm not sure I'm not sure that that's quite. I don't think to mutually exclusive and I mean you could have a get all the license of software and snaps. Repeat the mechanism to do that. Boss from the user's point, if you having software is the reason that people would want it,

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Ubuntu Podcast

01:03 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Of those now Baba's single blade things. This is the best game in town after you know. In a couple of decades of shaving evolutions I have invested in that and I have to say. My daughter's very happy with my. Baby soft cheeks now. Let's move on from this power plus pro glide fusion, five ultra silliness and get on with the rest of the show. So this week we thought we would discuss. How would we make a boon to a rolling release and also pose the question should oven to be a rolling release. I'm going to stop stop by asking. Why would have been to want to do this? So they can get all of the latest software? Not Use naps well. I'm not sure I'm not sure that that's quite. I? Don't think to

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

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"So this week we thought we would discuss. How would we make a boon to a rolling release and also pose the question should oven to be a rolling release. I'm going to stop stop by asking. Why would have been to want

Companies Find New Perks for the Remote Worker

Front Burner

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Companies Find New Perks for the Remote Worker

"You know at some point. Most likely there will be a vaccine against covid. Nineteen and people could conceivably go back into the office because we would need to socially distance so kind of big picture bobby, what what are you going to be watching for lockdowns? Lift and companies continue with these work from home. W. F. H. as are known policy. Yeah, I mean the one big thing I'm going to be looking for is how much work from home to is just going to become part of a weekly or monthly schedule as an employee. Even if you don't want to say what Jack Dorsey at twitter, said, which is, we are going to allow our employees to work indefinitely from. From home. If you want to Dorsey telling his employees, they can work remotely forever from anywhere. Tells USA Today that the past few months have shown them. That business can function normally with more remote workers you know. Maybe companies are going to say. We figured out during this pandemic, especially among knowledge workers. You know the white collar class who do mostly computer work. They can do a lot of that stuff from home. They don't have to come into an office, so maybe part of their package to new hires is here's your salary? Your benefits and you have X. number of work from home weeks. I'm talking to Labor experts here. It really seems like. This has been a test. Of, how well work from home will work for companies and companies, where for so long reluctant to give workers this flexibility, but now I really do think it's going to become something that is going to be built into every job I'll be I'll be looking out in tech and beyond to see. Just. How much of a norm this does become and what kind of new issues besides surveillance issue? Crop or crop up I. Mean You know? Maybe this is the way of the future and it's going to be you know a boon to both workers and employers don't know yet.

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S13E11  Inside out clothes - burst 8

Ubuntu Podcast

01:04 min | Last month

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"Vie, which is a a program that takes a boon to serve for the rasberry Pie, and you run desktop you file on this thing and you can turn into a desktop. And it supports the various flavors. and that is how you can get to multi or a boon to was been to joe and she will. Punish on and you can bring up. You know one of the flavors desktop on on Roz reply to three or four, obviously a full with a gigs of Ram. Did livestream did that live went through the whole process wave? proper desktop started from zero went through the whole process. And maybe maybe it's just us right. Don't tell anyone may one of the things. Joey's article we spoke about earlier didn't have on. It is maybe we're working on a into desktop for the Ross, reply. Not Bombshell, that's the end of the news.

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Ubuntu Podcast

02:49 min | Last month

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"Responded in this way. Fails a little bit hostile to me. You know because I think this post goes on to say that they're going to. Essentially make anything that once snapped a as dependency and act to be forcibly denied the ability to install snap day. And the reason why I fail, this is may be. A little bit on Fanta Lennox main users is if you look at the statistics for snap adoption, which are you can see publicly if you go and look at snap Kroft. Slash coal all slash core eighteen. Those are snaps. That are installed on all or most systems that have a snap installed. You will say after a boon to Lennox men is the second most popular platform for having uses installing snaps, and this is despite the fact that you know Lennox men you know that they can choose their own path, but they have chosen the you know a different different palmful would and they don't have a snap stole by default, and they don't promote snaps by default, but nevertheless, Lennox users are choosing to install snaps. And they're now going to make us jump through additional hoops, and there's a law of valuable software. In snap stole that you can't easily get unless you store as a snap. Say a fail like this is not just. Hostile, but little bit US style to to their own uses. And I feel it bit side because you know we've been able to work with. Mine Jar another destroys and. Come up with a puff. Workable way forwards West snaps can be a first class citizen. You know in other distributions whereas a good job. Lennox are in control of their repos and. Their own binders and therefore. Make these decisions for themselves or hang on a minute. They piggybacking on a boon to we and that's the thing is if they actually want us to have access to chromium. It's yeah, it's worth pointing out that Crimea the upstream project. They don't actually supply much in terms of. Packages that basically, if you, if you want a particular version of chromium, you can go hunting around. Basically a file listing to try and get the version that you want. The the point is that they want you to use crime Crimea Ms Raza sort of a nicety to the open source community, so there's work that goes in to anyone who wants to package it for. They destroy, which is why there's a stop rather than DEB. Because it was a lot easier to to maintain that for the versions of binti,

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Ubuntu Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

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"A little bit on Fanta Lennox main users is if you look at the statistics for snap adoption, which are you can see publicly if you go and look at snap Kroft. Slash coal all slash core eighteen. Those are snaps. That are installed on all or most systems that have a snap installed. You will say after a boon to Lennox men is the second most popular platform for having uses installing snaps, and this is despite the fact that you know Lennox men. You know that they can choose their own path, but they have chosen the you know a different different palmful would and they don't have a snap stole by default, and they don't promote snaps by default, but nevertheless Lennox. Users are choosing to install snaps. And they're now going to make us jump through additional hoops, and there's a law of valuable software. In snap stole that. You can't easily get unless you store as a snap. Say a fail like this is not just. Hostile, but little bit US style to to their own uses. And I feel it bit side because you know we've been able to work with. Mine Jar another destroys and. Come up with a puff. Workable way forwards West snaps can be a first class citizen. You know in other distributions whereas a good job. Lennox are in control of their repose and compete with around binders and therefore. Make these decisions for themselves or hang on a minute. They piggybacking on a boon to we and that's the thing is if they actually want us to have access to chromium. It's yeah, it's worth pointing out that Crimea the upstream project. They don't actually supply much in terms of. Packages that, basically, if you, if you want a particular version of chromium, you go hunting around. Basically a

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Ubuntu Podcast

04:43 min | Last month

My new expand burst - 01

"I have to say after all the grueling twenty hours of scratching the weekend. We're probably about eighty percent of the way there, so I consider myself quite competent scratch developer now. Wow, but isn't the whole point of it that it was written in Bash and that's why it's cold well. Yes, I mean that was. That was obviously the the rematch. Full You know absolutely dominating the the wind. You Know Gaming Gaming Bash challenge last. Yea, remarks, text based game with elements was pretty good. It, was that game was cooled pig by the way Joe. I suppose the thing is is that my daughter's just start just started sort of embraced grant. She's at that age where scratches a thing this on the curriculum at school, and we're doing homeschooling right now on I get to pick up the computing part of that, or at least my wife has been picking helping conjunction with Code Club the streaming from our local library and but my daughter having not shown any interesting scratch or computers until very recently now absolutely loves the and every span moment she wants to be doing scratch and over the last six weeks, or so has literally created hundreds of scratch projects. So she's got into remixing other people's stuff. So you know in scratch you can log in. Find it interesting project, and then tinker with it, and she's been doing that I wanted to break that cycle a little bit and show her that she could create her own things, so given that she helped me make an alien attack. I thought let's reimagined that game in scratch. Cooking already understood it a new what we were trying to do that. So that's what? What we've been working on actually have to say the scratch version very good very playable right now is available as a snap not yet, but I. Did discover earlier today that there is a project code scratcher Prater, which is a scratch interpreted, compile scratch into binary his sire. If I can get that, and that is a snap, but if I can compile this game into a snap them finally, maybe and see alien untangle be available as a snap well. Right let's show. And now it's time for the community news and I up in the Community News Mint has announced. It's going to break chromium in apt. So, this was. A follow on from some comments that the main project made about. Snaps Awhile bike some criticisms they had about how it removes control. I think criticisms were mainly about how it removes control from district makers I'm not sure that I agree with most their point, spout removing control from the uses. But what they've decided to do is make so that. Won't be able to install snappy as a result of installing another package. And because in a boon to which lex mint is based on chromium is installed as a snap. and. Upgrades from previous versions. We might have been as Deb by installing a snap with the package. It now means that chromium white be able to be installed throughout. So have been actually broken kramer an APP. It doesn't sound like a broken chromium. Well according to their monthy news post, it says that they are deliberately breaking it so that if you try and instill Carmen via apt. It will just tell you why it's broken, and that is because instead of insulting. Stop the and pulling down the snap of it. They're blocking that by default. You will then be able to manually install snap day and then snap install chrome if you want to, but they are kind of making a point here kind of drawing a line in the sand, saying we don't agree with this, and so we're going to try and Bob. This barrier to educate people about it, okay. I was quite surprised when I read this today. Because obviously, we made these changes in into like seven or eight months ago, and it was well documented Y. we will making this change in the fact that we were making this change. On I suppose, it's a bit disheartening to see the Lennox of responded in this way. Fails a

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:39 sec | Last month

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"As a result of installing another package. And, because in a boon to which lex mint is based on chromium is installed as a snap. and. Upgrades from previous versions we might have been as Deb by installing a snap with the package. It now means that chromium white be able to be installed throughout. So have been actually broken kramer an APP it doesn't sound like a broken chromium. According to their monthy news post it says that they are deliberately breaking it so that if you try and instill

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Ubuntu Podcast

06:19 min | Last month

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"Powerful tools at potentially give you the ability to break your system, so wait. I wanted to put that in the hands of people by default and enthusiasts, such a yourself self, who knows what can tweaks his four and what you can do with that unit how to install it. And make use of it, but we don't want to put that in front of regular uses the final point that. He makes about at they use a themes thing I think you calm, but so by default the dock mode. He turned on Doc. Marine gyro everything is dark except menus, so the notification area pungent, faces, bright. Light Color and everything else is dark. I think that's because we don't enable the use a theme setting, and so what he's saying. You have to install name tweaks in order to change that and add the extension for us things, and then change the use a theme to dog, which Yes is quite a hoop to jump through and I think the euro team been discussing ways to make that easy I think. I think I can say that. We didn't add that. Because we full, it would be upsetting to some people in the community I. Don't really go into more detail than that I think we were. We were trying to be careful because. We, introduced in into is a change from upstream game right and the more things we do that. Deviate from that the more maintenance work is for us and can put pressure on upstream as well. I think it was a bit of a balancing act out. Maybe we got it wrong. Maybe we should look look at introducing the either I. Don't know, but it's a conversation we need to have. Is I mean I personally? I agree it's it doesn't look visually consistent when you turn on dark mood and then Europe in the notification area, and is definitely not dark, and you have to jump through a couple of hoops it should be. I take the boxes his dog mode. They should be dog that's. Unfortunately that means an extension these adding and about needs pressing and you know we don't ship extension by default, and that's bull code for us to. Say US. You'll team Martin demand. Yes, it's all it's all about compromises. You know how far you take these things. How far how far would you go with them? And there's also some upstream initiatives around making the theme changing styling integration more cohesive say we didn't Going Direction on our own. When we know, there's an upstream effect. Happening as well. So, Matteis has also emailed us I upgraded from eighteen. ooh, four on my laptop to twenty awful I, had planned to full Saturday for this procedure, but it was done after disappointing three hours and I didn't know what to do. The rest of my time I must say twenty four is release like every lts release. It makes me wonder how survived on the old lts. Because this is so much better, I wanNA. Thank the team, the team and the APP developers you make it possible to run down the daily driver I just donated a couple of coffees to each group. That's very kind. Thank you, Matthews. Yeah, it's funny. How You build out this whole process. Today's doing great rule of not looking forward to this and I've started to become quite blase. Mike by Himself, air got three of them in a row, and they were running an old lts release and I thought how just great them. They'll be fine, and there were no problem with all Get ready blase without grades, but I know some people were really pensive and really worried. Upgrade is absolutely gonNA screw the Pooch and it can chooses. Well. Unfortunately sometimes upgrades break, and if you're left with a black screen and the blinking cursor after you just upgraded your precious main computer, I can imagine that's a frustrating experience and people want to avoid that. Nobody wants to do that twice. He did happen during the transition between the beat to the release. We had couple of days where we might have had a package. really break his system the point. It wouldn't boot in spectacular ways in fact, one of our listeners Jeffrey he actually offered assistance to mark Shuttleworth, encountered this bug weekend and in Launchpad Jeffrey provides the steps that mark needed to go through. You know to recover his machine. So well done Jeffrey. It's a great leveler. When and It doesn't matter who you are. It doesn't matter what status you have. You own the company if your computer when? You're just as much stuck situation as everyone else. Yeah. So Kabun to also emailed us that see you are. It's not one of the destroys it. Somebody using an arbitrary name. Perhaps mopey joined the pocus voting at home team number, two, four, three, two seven to if they had mentioned on the podcast, they. Just, assumed that you had team and was rewarded with its discovery of equal importance for those running in one, thousand, nine, hundred and twenty twenty versions of various boon to related flavors. Please tell us how to come the inability to install a forty home client because of the lack of python to in these latest versions once I upgraded to twenty four. It's impossible to install client because of these missing dependencies. Nobody's fault of course, but you're the chaps. Make it work if you can. This sounds like a case snap surely. Well interesting you should say that, so the first thing to address here is I'm seeing people say there is no python to in twenty four, which is not the case Python is there? It's in the Universe Archive. However, what isn't happening is. when you in stole python to the thousand create a binary in use a been for the python interpreter by default, and that's because python to is end of life this year, so we're deliberately making it hard for people to run hyphen, too, because that is

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Another expanded - 3

Ubuntu Podcast

02:33 min | Last month

Another expanded - 3

"Them on. I feel like It's a bit like us. Free software another badge of honor and I think the current badge of to raise a tiling window manager. Because I'M PAL. I just feel like that is a movement within the Lennox enthusiast community. That isn't like fresh new. It's been building over the loss of eighteen months or so you know they. They regularity with which tiling wind I managed is crop up on videos on Youtube and library. He's is trending up. You know it's definitely a thing. People are into right now. Yeah says the main thing that everyone seems to focused on their other additional things over and above what a boon to provide as the base. 'cause obviously Percy's based on the Bantu they have a a repository of their own which is like a PPA which has additional packages all packages which are newer than the ones that we should have been too because we have. I think because of the process in into sometimes packages take like a week to land but because the system seventy six people have their own. Pa They can just Ninja packages straight into that PPA super fast and deliver it arguably faster than us with a whether you prefer that one. Oh yeah some people like the idea of move fast and break things and other people like Qa throwing shade pulp. I'm just having a bit of a joke but yeah it seems relatively popular. There's a lot of people talking about it and that's great next up. Ub Pause opiate. Twelve release is out so this is the next upgrade of the ports up into touch for phones and it is integrating the lost of canonical unity. Eight developments so. I'm not sure exactly how that process worked. But apparently when canonical stopped developing talk there was some things in unity which runs in to touch. Even though touch was using unique feature branches the happened being merged into master to release and I think it was depending on like technology such as you know mayor and system day and stuff like that malaise features hadn't landed yet a now. Ub of Donald of that work. They're able to now go back to those features and bring them in our so stuff

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Ubuntu Podcast

03:00 min | Last month

S13E08 Black cats - burst 2

"Lou and will go over all of your feedback joining me this week. All the usual suspects Allen Pope. Hello Mark How are you? I am well how are you I am to devote good now? We pleasantries out the white mountain friend. Just say hello friend. How you Martin? Very well thank you. I'm on holiday. Well right for some yes. Where are you on holiday at home in the House I well? I haven't been now allows for three and a half weeks as you are not working but I'm not working. This is Sofa break after a successful release. No doubt that's the general idea. Yes excellent well. So what have you been doing while you've been on holiday? I've been live streaming on Youtube. Live streaming what have you been? Live streaming I've been doing. Let's code live streams. And what have you been counting At the moment I'm working on a utility that you can use on a boon to serve for the RAWLS reply to turn into a desktop for the raspberry Pi. I say I'm both seen while. Doing that are just in soling. Do Desktop on the Raspy Pie. Well there isn't an event to desktop image for the Raspberry Pi bus is first class support for the Raj reply in a too so it's a small matter of somebody that knows so of what the differences between server and desktop pa to write something that can automatically turn a server into a desktop. And that's what I've been working just amps install desktop. That's what I would have cried if someone said Hey. Can you turn this severance stolen to a desktop ago? Yeah little carry on the end or Us settles some more than that will get you. Eight tenths of the way there. I mean when I did the first livestream that was basically MVP There's an additional package which boosts Bluetooth that needs to be installed on then they stuff like so the suffering which has cloudy knit. Uncloudy Wants to net plan for the network managements that means network manager is that that doing nothing so you have to poke around and disable the clouding Network Comfort. And then tell net plan. You'll you'll not responsible anymore network manager is so there's a few little tweaks like that and then there's a few things you can do with the different desktop environments to just shoot them a little bit to take advantage of the The hardware thereon. So I'm I'm well down that road now but what I've really enjoyed as Virtual pair programming where you have like thirty people spotting will guitar powers and mistakes. And what have

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Coronavirus masks a boon for crooks who hide their faces

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Coronavirus masks a boon for crooks who hide their faces

"The traditional stick about fit of masks and gloves has turned into go to wear for almost everyone because of the corona virus and that's presenting some challenges to law enforcement the way the FBI tells it Williams ari Lopez but on a mask walked into a Connecticut convenience store looking like a typical pandemic here shopper pulled out a gun and rob the place to use the same memo four times over eight days before his arrest in March two minutes surgical masks in New York's apple duck race track got away with robbing workers of a quarter million dollars law enforcement says it's impossible to estimate just how many criminals are taking advantage of the corona virus to commit crimes the people with masks and disposable gloves have found their way into more and more crime reports across the country I'm Julie Walker

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Trump wants FDA to move ‘as quickly as they can’ on remdesivir coronavirus approval

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Trump wants FDA to move ‘as quickly as they can’ on remdesivir coronavirus approval

"President trump said yesterday that the federal government will not be extending its corona virus social distancing guidelines once they expire to date and his son in law and adviser Jared Kushner particular by child July the country will be rocking again of third quarter kami the present also great news yesterday for the gilia drug round best of the year I want them to go as quickly as they can Stephen on Dr Han is been incredible at the FDA he's getting things done and record there's never been anything like it and yeah we want we want everything to be safe but we do we would like to see very quick approvals specially with things at work not even Dr Fauci's minutes skeptic of hardcore Quinn with the rosy pack has said that there have been incredible our results so using the therapeutic drug roundup severe which again is not to prevent an infection that's a vaccine this is a a therapeutic of like any viral with over the work any plan for you helps it helps to things it lessens the symptoms and speeds up the recovery if you do get it the president speak of recovery says he's expecting a big boon to the economy by next year I think next year is going to be an incredible year for our economy I think the fourth quarter is going to be really really good Kevin we were talking about that before you maybe will say something and we're gonna be in a transition quarter next quarter the third quarter and I think we'll do very very nicely there from an economic standpoint doctor thought yesterday was in the oval office meeting along with Dr birch and the president said told reporters in a White House meeting with governor dissenters this week that because he's been criticized for not acting earlier he said and I quote even professionals like him for me for saying this is no

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"boon" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

14:37 min | 5 months ago

"boon" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"Which sorry control was the Alpha and that on the table at that point in that means that he's had to commute now all the labels us all the magic offering is quite incredible accountable figures? We'll we can way from that. May in she has done grits. All those a cassette by the way of the the album recorded is it makes yet. I think the day after all call from Nikei. Okay saying Donohoe's listen to say you'd really like to talk to you about doing a deal with any made such a big impression on those. We just immediately went down and got stuck into the awesome. Both together when it was Lee Danica was going to let you even though you assigned to me it was going to be as independent as possible people so he would be working in tandem obsolete. Well it'd be listened to some of the weird shit out on his level already. y'All main fucking he's not gonNA mess those letting go out. And and then Germans it good is against each other and scream over. Talk and let and fire extinguisher off. Then yeah he's going to be a little quirky pop songs from from mantras all we we saw me and I remember in my mind is what you want to do on an amber sitting down. I think you're right. We probably need to quit each to live on right very working class to quit age times. Five stick twenty percents off management and a bit more to leave it in the bank. I mean words it from not not so we worked which wanted because we thought we realized that if we're going to put him in debt he's not going to be the Ottawa. We start making you know two hundred twenty year profits so we came really you know low level of financial input from the Lab Oriel on. It's the best Ashley McCormack done because what we want for the next three or four years and there are amazing team. We still working mute. We've gotten auriol contractual obligations. Who are still though family these bottles and we still torture them? Even though the Bundy at the moment completely out of Action Craig died three years ago. There's still no discussion about doing anything else. Mutes still our goal to people in terms anything to do with in spirals Brown Noah so we had a great four or five years. A you not only ended on can't support we would record it helping number five. We'd lost direction a bit thing. You know we were making pop. Music would begin a bit too experimental thinking then continental Daniel decided they want the final fifth. Alvin C unwanted decided not to go ahead with the the fifth album which they do you do it contracts and will sign five years but because the options Palau any points so we left me you know quite on the keble coincided with mud chester as we knew it this is spring ninety five Matzos kisses premature over as could see Brit pop out and they stopped him and we just saw after ten years of doing this. This fall time I know personally I fell stepping out and do something a bit different and your sweet the Bunbury tablist split and it was. I think may have knife. I might be March. A male went off in our own directions an immediately got back into Dj. And I started doing in writing solo music. Aside do music for television educational talking to students about music industry so I got busy like do these. Fouls reform doesn't say nine years after two thousand and three and that was for more going back together because there's times during that nine nine years eight years nine years the Times you know personally said I don't want to do again not going to revisit. The in spirals was was We approach to. Yeah those officed just coming through occasionally you know an offer from s jam X.. Amount if you only do a couple of gigs I was. I was in a different place I was working on Solo music at the time. I'm here sal. I wasn't dot. CAIN and by two thousand and three where got some Miss Solo Music Atma system of the Astrolabe. What needed to do because the Clinton experience did in the late nineties looking back on it it was almost like all the things could not do? In spirals I can do with this new Bundy's and channel live cabaret bond. Maybe not little for King Stupid Kit than junior getting Ken for making it was a billion cowboy album. And who's a show you don't have props on stage at the time. Abundant do that before st post I with trees and the banners ought we to all these shake board and it was crazy bombed it was still essentially garage. Pop Music. Glad light an opera singer Alfie Bowl and he was produced in the Clinton experience of opera singers by doing now. So psychedelic pop bomb. I'm an opera singer. Guy Planet. Tuber full-size Kabul. Could sell side of myself. Randy is at a real randy. Is that still confront me Oregon. It was just all the things I couldn't do it inspires got a system here. Did two albums did Friday Chris Evans and iggy pop so much uh-huh so by two thousand and three the managing editor time Richard Jones. It was also involved with the picks jams. And you don't the spice girls. He's still a big manage around. You look up to my soul creative ally not just a musical in radio and at some point to come session. Camel about Dean spirals retrospective publishing rights for negotiation renegotiation. Inspire was got in touch. And I said I've guys manager Richard. I'm working with maybe we should let 'em look at this and maybe representatives on the new negotiations so it got together inspired the first time in eight years. It's noise and I've been in some gram instead friends pretty much through that gap. But we've got on the table to talk about the inspirers historic publishing anything not to do with inspires together. And I think I'd want me to more. We talked about that. And then I think the second mates in. Somebody's just about what. Do some more gigs to promote the shit. WHO's yeah I'll do it? I'm up for two thousand three simple as yeah. Wow because it's about time as well as the right time if there is a masterplan. It's like a little bike if a write down what some of what we've talked ought to some of what it looks like this kid master. Planner this dude split open. I five was the best thing we could have done together. Uh could've done if he just waited another few months yeah. The Charlatans Did a light pooped bonds weren't in a strong place time but cannot period is part the Britpop moven even. I'm sure we could have done. That would have been a big Britpop band up to being a big blunder sold at that time to develop meal the talents in radio. What Greg Career? Lots of year and that was because time to do it some club that break. I'm a McCain by Scott in two two thousand stages beautiful moment I remember the first was Sheffield up to write on a member being. We've been in the Jesse and we came out on stage behind the backdrop projection. The cow people knew in eastern amount. This music he played out solve the wellness. Just be Mormon domain and that was two thousand three so did an amazing combat took another break newly about accountable when we start working again. But I think we got. We were doing the Retro Sophie. Doing all the work on the music. We're going abroad. We just enjoy and celebrate. What would have been ten years earlier and then Tom left in two thousand and eleven? Tom Left I want winter deals. We're still friends and still have my you know something happened. That was he was happy. We were not there. We separated right. I am got Stephen Back in. So Stephen was original singer. Back in eighty five when the came record in my hello studio call Stevensville already induce amuse it in these bottles and he came back in. That was amazing. In chapter we did a lot of new news. Did a new album went to Argentina again. went to Greece is suddenly like it was like the early days. What without Tom Steve? Instead that we have some amazing moments and dot only ended in two thousand fifteen when Greg died Nine Twenty Sixteen which is tragic and to me. That's where the band ends. Say my I personal view as when people ask me about as light why go on I did say is within German and and you know I but lost album reporting Alabama in two thousand fifty. I think it was a new studio the reviews exceptional for it. I'm very proud of it. You you know what that's probably best player on the line at Craig. Not being here anymore as light dots the full stop at. They'll always go and go and business through the back Catalogue Publishing instaflex boy to me personally is more time. I still don't feel like it's right to to put the words inspired copies beyond that bonding moment. I'm not saying don't ever happen. And it's not odd to me alone. It's like it's a group decision of right now is that it's not complete. Obviously because he's not Yeah Yeah L. failed to complete the band is an and I. Just don't feel right no I think thank you know looking at it pragmatically if we were fulltime. Bond Charlatans like James Bond who do it pretty much full time new. How big team of people that are employed on our brand? If we ended up position might have felt obliged to carry on for the benefit. Eh people sure but because it was obvious even in two thousand fifteen we all these other dare jobs and all that radio or whatever else grams. Fresh air so it didn't depend Pendleton Sparrow scrubby room our main income and it was like an ave was brilliant. Auburn is fucking brilliant orbits. Pay For a yeah. We'll get paid multiple making more money Med before because you know it's common knowledge now in this modern edge if you're bound to go live to make money out of it and so yeah we it was again. Just want you really beautiful memories in a mind. You know not just combat with stave the bit with Tom Before that and you know all all the glory is call them all the hits back in the day a lot of great memories you know not many about memories within spirals just the debate You know away from all for too long missing people and you know diarrhea. Cause you ain't some shit the night before and Doc. I have taught the do touch on the tour and you know obviously it can be lucrative. Yeah what it takes takes its toll. It can be sold destroy. There's a lot of time software and where you're waiting for a limousine. We're playing went into check into all tell where for the sound check. Where into the GIG? That goes on a lot of those times. Komo quite soul destroying this time. I'm GonNa do this but the moments where you're actually being creative American Music Ryan The music playing music serve An unbeatable feeling and some that messed in recent years in radio is definitely taking away from music. ABSO- working on music I'M GONNA. I've been an after the Los March I'm excited about what's coming next is like like I said before the ideas of things I'd like to won't get onto the mall definitely feel like I'm on the verge of something something else. Amazing about up and talk about a film project is called the Kucher. I want me to detail about about the most exciting thing. That's happened to me. Creatively been part of since this bringing me organ into inspired. Copies real story is like that ear and thinking about potential. That's what feel about the film projects and you know I'm GonNa have a lot more time to develop written fourteen songs where it's a musical. The idea is I'm gonNA play the manpower in it billy field in some implicit. That's my a new bond because PA is will be around the sun's going to go out and get a giggle now remind that's the problem with one of the things taken away. Yeah until ask something else and also the thing as you said like with excess Montes to change in the moment is a lot of new bugs or artists in this part of the world. It's the first port of call when music year. That's going so one of the things I intend to start some bun sessions on like a YouTube channel. Clinton's front room is basically. The battle commenced chat labels on couches performing songs. And that's one of the things. I'm open to do to give a platform the next generation so important because people can get played and again you know that's part of me remembering how important it was food. Phil called Bella. Meltdown on BBC Radio Manchester. Ninety six playing that Cassatt opposed planned that we record recorded a song that teatime and before truck shooter in Ashton would must be onto quarter inch. Reel to reel tape amid down to fill carbel any play it out now on his shore. y'All main yeah on the failing of the and tone of the Greek can be Pete Mitchell support as nearly as Mike Sweeney did so and I can still remember remember the BUSA got so. That's why I'd like the idea of passing it down to the standard. I'm not doing it because it's like things always always supportive account..

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"boon" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

12:16 min | 5 months ago

"boon" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"We can always go. Because we're we're an animal outlet is nature. Kim was home. Life like it just nip and Tuck. It was good running back and got nice memories and I was very working class women I I four years life was in a little therese housing ensure really small house which is still the set up because the other places importance demolished. It's almost like it was a move on through up. Let me life is a lot of big demolition crew Gore demolish this now I still linney lane in Shaw and a moment of a mill. Work is work in the mills. Cotton Mills and then eventually saved up enough to take over Connor Shaw in Oldham not too far away from shore. So maybe didn't says conner shop and that was a billion moment from as I can build in his shopping hoped shelby only on the show. Yeah there's no taller outside toilets. This is nine sixty four onward saw wealth to show. I think it's probably in the book those is there's probably maybe fifteen sixteen hours. He's he's like a little block of toilets. I think it was six. So you'd share the toilet with two or three souls so he had communal toilets. No no electricity. I remember drop toilets would do. Business Interests dropped twenty. Four Ninety S- plus five minutes after when while you're in the middle of the night you know sometimes maybe talk knocking on the door. Somebody in your me. It's Clinton right. Allie I'm desperate canary. We hope you don't mind knocking on the door way. Shit you know what I mean and it was. It was before postal purple boiled. Aww I've just got nice members Michelle. I felt felt warm warm memories grafter shortening. It's funny thing to doubt because he then and subsequently he always had a low income streams always out loud but nothing bites the Dan Schorr he was working in the cotton mill. Got A window cleaning round bread chickens and turkeys to make money from selling the poultry. There's always doing some time. I just thought it was a busy a lot in lights all this. But you know an incised bringing the moon and I think that's always been an influence on me about. I've I've been very income streams especially in the salmon industry. Well I was GONNA say because whenever we've spoken in the past or whatever I look at what Europe to is life you know. Dj which them for nineteen years. You've Asia's somewhere else or you during the radio show. You've been doing for years or you're doing this. You do not stop you. Always within and always fascinates remind people like the especially create people. Keep doing things and I'm kind of the same a you could stop in and let going right on taking this break now under Holiday on the phones going on. I'm not checking the miles. I'm just GonNa Stop Stop and be. Yeah no there's no there's no part of it is manage every time on all at a check me emails to three times a day because of management. You know it's important that keeps coming in. Yeah I'm not. I think some people think comparably wealthy because of what Donald when all the as well I'm not still mortgage struggle to pay and you know a lot of mouths to feed. I've got two older kids from marriage as well right off in the world doing their own thing which is amazing equally as proud of them as of the ones is the necessity that wanted to keep coming in. So I can't switch off for a week because we all lose X. income then it's a few months but also you need to feed you crave Parvaiz. Also because I like that kid talk okay going back to junior school. You can see that kind of spirit still in the Alabama music and all of you know. Look Beautiful. Building is now in visuals. Stuff appeals appeals to me and create a soft Osen Ryan does filming dozen so energy. I never WANNA lose our. It's been a position where say WanNa back off a bit from the DJ and talking all midwife more in Zoll nights up tonight south nightclub stem. Just incredible you forty. I get from working with the crowd. Lie just is addictive and a cat. Imagine ever not doing south on a Saturday night. I think some of the other day Jay Jay worker do or might say become wealthy enough. I might have to back off from some of the South's kind of become par tapestry. Now Yeah it's a big thing and it's something that often sets in life famous. She's our onto the south through the small. Yeah it's it's it's a phenomena sows is nineteen years I started. Dj night seventy five so before long. Alaska skills may met Sophomore baldy school. And it's called the Roy. Royston interchange discord shore right long story. ELP support it together but she was just three of us. May John John and Kenny in the mobile disco on John's Malm Irish family. She was getting the best Gig through the little cloudy Club. So we're doing these. And what what. He's calling him a call Kayleigh night something accountable. We do a lot of Irish nights local Irish club. So it'd be played music all predictive our and all that business so she was getting those good work and she was like Dr knows a lot place in out I think it was like everything was disco. Roadshow so from Roy Thomson so thought Ryton Disco Raw and she said I think you should call yourself. Change because music's interchangeable because you do Irish music disco and soul so we want Roy and interchanged score business console. I'll tell you what this method in the madness but that's a DJ third. Until I think these spirals got busy ninety nine years old I wasn't around stilted each day. J Two eight five bakes pretty much full time and then soon as the ban took a break in ninety five back onto the DJ circuit made. Yeah so it's like four or five years since since aside. Dj Heart that's madness. I think you've done Irish noise. Was it going to konate focused way around. Okay Chris and various Joe and what he played on Ice Barna and did you have to do is what I'm saying. Is it round your neck is sable squeeze box good skill and especially the buttons. Wow I play piano keyboard player. Count on and and people surprised when it stood out. But you can control it so you play in your eye on with the the keyboard and then you left on the buttons and you see a lot of time on me after Marcia thirty six months the changes so. I don't think you'd be sure not doing anything clint. That's the way I should do. These mind maps every so often when there's a change in my circumstances or a lot going on to me I'll get piece of paper and star twin join circles and rioting in them you know this may say basically my child and then drive so music bond radio. PODCAST did a Malays. One is incredible. Should Abroa- the work of our. It's like it's just it's chaos on this over to four pages I'm talking to. It was probably thirty afford circles and everyone is something that I'm either doing now. Something I'd like to do something that could potentially get into every single one thing on. Mba excited just doing that for the rest awesome alive. You know what I mean. Yeah so what he star Audi Audi Channel. All this into San Direction lights doing is working the music full-time Film Project I mentioned to you. which call Becca Shaw? That's been eight years in the make those things music and the film. Tom Is what in the ideal world I'd like to get all does not neither do all of this is going to generate more. Maybe you to yet. You know what I'm saying so it say what to do in the meantime Dj going you know quite therapeutic guy never down yet so it's sort of again it down but when you look at it after you think fucking stop jolly it's sometimes I'll show it people and you'll get an objective opinion over shorts. Today's she's an oil to marketing attack and a shorter. They should randomly. She said. I think I voted for canal. If you've got an edge in nausea that you do some sort somebody to custody through it and she'll the things which which of these will make hundreds of pounds in which will make thousands upon thousands and thousands of but not for a while and in the meantime needs to keep the small circles but not going back to what you say and it's like not energy I've got not creativeness is will while I'm all about and drives drives man. Yeah my of already Pete's and you know I might be remembered. Something aborted already. Don't I still believe genuine that my best work is still ahead of me. A positive mindset that Clinton. I'm good at positively. It's all good goodall very hours of Santa. Somebody said somebody asked me talking to my son the other day and he really negative about going to school This happened and this and this and even reeled off a list of things that you know for an eight year old often old. I'm kind of massive in in the grand scheme of things dealt me holiday. said it takes so much more effort to be negative about Somalia than to choose let things go and just be positive. Yeah really said he just try. Just try to see how you go. Wall Wall try coughed out. Have you told me I'd be dragging him out words. She'll call me to us in the future. You mentioned it briefly there and of course we've gotta get into it about the in spirals and our all star and now you Matt Matt and when did that start it stayed pretty much gone back up point moment and to some six where I suddenly thought. I'm not interested in teaching our. I'm not really interested in Penton pitchers or beneficial Mecca. I want to get in a band. WanNa get into music. Do you think it was that Gig. The penny drops drop some resistance gig. deathly all era of what. What was that? In the Conscie- time you know the sex pistols the newspapers every two days you offer for something or a unreason another Santander on top of the pops and it was like all ships of choppy and we're getting all these emerging punk bands on the so very obviously my mind. Does our country music you know after the best guitarist will degrade sing can get into a band. No doors get open so many people have college in. I think it might have been seventy like springer. Seventy seven east of seventy seven dropped out people sending Hawaii WII dropping out on not dropping out and leaving Majori and got a job in the local steel mill. Moment outwards still in the corner shop by the end of the street was massive she malefactor untold moon. Don't WanNa get a job so he can stop making music getting its bounds. Wherever so so they got me a job with all guys from the factor? Canto shelter the sandwiches and a lot so I got the job. They're real good money..

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"boon" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

13:18 min | 5 months ago

"boon" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"And his fellow died. You're also slow. It went over to the door. I think I would teach the room. So we're on our own in this class for few minutes. When Austria must've door drops his cats and did his shit kicked under knowing that they had muscles in the room? I learnt the AL like we teach at master right. Johnston called Johnson and we did a lot. It was BURP and singing songs. Nuts client fall on he died. You'll enough I think he drowned mill. Something so you would have been my Asian Jim rebel proper rebelliousness on it by chicken shits on the door top at I as a many many steps in Moscow headmaster Mr Annan. I'll give him a name check us. It was a good lot. He's like him and then Dez at least the brutal winter. Joy like blizzards. It just caught off villages and towns. Yeah and I remember one on-time we would arrived at school in the Middle North Star and it became obvious quite soon that it was a big blizzard. This this thing shaw around sixty seven hundred sixty sixty seven Mr and spent the entire the rest of the day put in three or four kids in his car at time and drive them all. You don't mean sit on individual and yet another poll cadet is one of the first Opel. Could actually count may be run without first. Awful cadets arrived in the UK at on so there you go yeah. Yeah Yeah my schooling lead on from from primate. I ended up this grammar school. That didn't really appreciate too much but then the turning point was when I left school not really planet in particular Career Direction. I just fifteen sixteen fifteen sixteen remember. I believe in skill finishing school in the summer of seventy five. It was probably those. I'm thinking I've not got anything lined up here. We should really think about doing next. Osama merits have been talking about colledge on thought. That sounds like. Give me a bit more time to think about WanNa do you live and I was artist. Kenny where I went to college and it was just one of the best times alive because not only were the teaches straw. The way the teachers are also didn't punish me for all the things that I was good lafia singing not necessarily singing in geography lesson notional. Not so so now listen different environment. And if you're still free and this is not seven seventy five seventy six fatalite bulbs point even before. This is the months before or the punk thing got the proper role to Damascus consignment. Through seventy five in early seventy six photography a lot of joy in paint. I didn't really date joined side of things upside often. Went more for the visual. The filmmaking video technology has brought new live we didn't know what the word videoed it once in a Davey boy record we have. This equipment's at college just arrived in the college that year and then one of the the early video record is massive big camera with a big umbilical cord going down to massive. Reel to reel video media and then a big battery Pack Batman and a lot of the time it takes two people to carry these kids around. But we're just walking. I'm still making these video films of you know me me pulls it apart in sunglasses all these things at school. I go nowhere because you don't sit there you go. There's like twenty thousand pounds with quip cow and use it on yes filmmaking. We didn't realize it so I'm a big video. Technology was going to become impossibly deals. No doubt that was on of I think about a realize I might focus more on the video side of things by the name Ebbe into a career in the mind cause I think throughout Kelly's heroes probably thinking I'm going to teach artie or get into some Penn's Penn's into a new look. Cool thing that got at college was his brand new machine nor did ever heard of color synthesizer and again I knew it wasn't the ministry compose into sizes from spaceship. Odd One in college. Russian name is called Julian the teachers in charge of it and he just wanted to plow not plugging little patch bears in Massimo. That makes these weird noises so between the photography the film and the Music Dot was some real big foundation stones being led down in my mind have were. We're ended it really. What do to this day specs did you? was there any inkling of what your career is going to be now. I think it's still experiment. I think Afonso being a pen pence one point but I didn't really paints didn't all may attention because a like a quick fix I used to like going out technical pitcher I mean those picture maybe an icon ick stale MIRA sheds and So mirrored sunglasses an PBC by jacket. They used to wear and white leather law was like the ramones used to work out so I am just be posing. I'M BEING ICONIC COMING BEFORE IRONIC ICONIC ICONIC ICONIC. You got it right here but again ironic still doing all that shit out on if it can be. Yeah what happened next was going to be a teacher. You know do me on up through summer seventy six we started hearing about how this new music stands up and one of the first people that talk to me about what became punk rock was an artist. Caulfield diggle so he was in the yearbook. Both me at college is still around. He's based in London artist on a member. He was saying about use always cigarette and dry and very charismatic and spun cobbles Cox in order for seven is going to call it rock and all this and I started talking about books Cox looks and punk thing and then shooting off site bubbling through a little bit people bringing mccord's in college got an open plan like studio area. You where we all Working Class Papa. free-form quite chaotic. But the boss oil did our work record player table in the middle of the room people bringing met cards and played them and get trust because making pottery fully clay and even in the record over so he brought record. And you knew you knew it was going to die. Eventually you know. Some of the more generous students bring in a copy of this abundant from New York. Called the ramones. We've don't really look at the closet on their made. The sound of it was just slight. Not Tonight a dealer and then anybody no not really. I mean the most could garage scene in America that discovered layer on. Give give them birth earth. This stuff you know about so the album came in pre I think the damned the first dancing new laws can pre-quake stranglers get a grip. These like the first records that were coming in so we were that something was tied so often because before the record players like steely Dan and Bruce springsteen and pink floyd and a lot progressive stuff off some of which allied switching gats all three seventy five seventy six. That was the non stealing. Down's album whatever. It was Reeling in the years. So these remind me of era but then suddenly pokes aside. I'm in and I didn't go to the electric outside dingle to the sex pistols gig at the free trade all in July of seventy six but did go to the Electric Servicing Collier's ninth of December about schools. You not one of those that says yeah. I don't because nearly everybody says but when I wasn't an to baseball officials in in seventy six I've still got me tickets to all twenty to get. What was that like then saying? It was like being born account remember birth Kenya. I've never met anybody that Kamembe boy that felt like my memories night was as feels like I'm remembering being born because until that point fine looked rock and roll. Music has always Richard and Julia. Louis that was my favorite music but being a kid from Oldman seventy four seventy five I was never gonna be able to see off these fellows. It stopped gigging died web the current music scene in the UK. open-top point of bonds replica. In fifty Jacques Glum also more sweet curricula. We love to say his name. Yeah these this was the current music that was the nearest fifties rock and roll music and to do that kind of music. Actually a good musician because before you plug it you can't be ship Bears S. player. Being cream let zack got to be able to play an even the the Guam. Bahn's musician so even though I wanted to bail with an all up I didn't really plan instrument. I didn't try to play an instrument when poem companies like these people. I may working class kids. Manley said some of the anger that I've got because schooling on being through Stein to question the system and all of that was on stage. They were saying you. Can you do this. That's exactly what it wasn't weren't weren't dress to differently than me and my college friends because we would. We would decorate our clause and we go to Oxfam o-x-f-a-m shopping by dinner suits black an the colors. Why the Puck Lots Y.? is a uniform wiped pen. PVs And then on the bike with ah some white paint and split it down but now a uniform this it wasn't and it just students do our students to pitch on a Up On twitter of night seventy six million momentum and someday some journalists replied to say that's the most art school you'll pitch out of this aid is always like I wasn't complimented because I think the best arts and then he's not for the best the more start school you'll pitcher but also college kid on that night in December seventy six. We're in a room full of similar people from around the North West. Who are doing? This said feeling feeling this ebb and and a lot of There was a lot of. AP is still in the electric circus. 'cause I've been a raw club and he picked up by a nip is in the rockets. Were quite sympathetic to what we were doing is punks. I saw a lot of the gigs could only happen. Invoke clubs really. There was a similar sort of feeling and being an outcast boy and so the the bill nye was. I think both coasts Cameron first then Jonathan Lazare Brecca's than the classroom sex pistols form point twenty and it was like you know Steve Steve diggle mimets brother. Steve was in the boy scouts. Playing each other. And you're looking at pulse. Written on him. Angry angry slogans opens all out. And you're thinking they welcome all this is my in my fifties rock and roll but now this is mine and I was a perfect edge. I think just turned seventeen so I was able to stop gwynn's gigs and seeing all the prime pump buns off over the next couple of years. I mean it's no wonder you said you felt like you've been bone. I mean not. Ah Yeah you people go all. I was that GIG and it kind of changed life. But they don't come across Covari often today. No I mean it was the most important gigabyte beans. It might have been the best in terms of why spoons musically in terms of what he did eight voyage to me it was it was the birth and even schooling thing that a lot of why we do it and we're not doing stop philosophy. Sophy of there's an alternative way of doing things that you don't have to do what the Big Fella tells you you know. There's always an alternative route and not always an alternative for tops for everything and everything not just music. Not just making a record kids you know also what society deems the right path absolutely. Yeah we can always go. Because we're we're an animal outlet is nature. Kim was home. Life like it just nip and Tuck. It was good running back and got nice memories and I was very working class women I I four years life was in a little therese housing ensure really small.

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"boon" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

03:36 min | 5 months ago

"boon" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"Boon. So usually I start off. You know start off talking about a certain thing that I may have knowledge of but I WANNA start off talking to you about something that I've got our completely educated about it and it's home school and our handwriting because I know the you wouldn't entirely on schools. Yeah I know nothing about him. I don't know anybody that does it tonight. So when did that start. I'm I'm guessing. Seven years ago we started six or seven years ago. There was a couple of reasons why would always would always into doing things natural where So often babies all home in our own environment in Walter in the bedroom always always opted where we could for independent midriff midwifery. Yeah awesome was was born in in our old house route. Can in Opole kids. I was coming things. People are in the lead at the end of the street. Who get the baby so in all so we've always been into this way of doing things not sure way route them fit into the system and do the system tells you which is go to the NHL L. Spill Lion? You bike back always got all those things as a society. We've become become been tall over the last couple of hundred years or so. That's the way you do it but nature. Does it a different way. So we've always we've always been insist this approach to you know I've been babies raising et Cetera and we always liked the idea of own schooling. But we're never really in a position to try IT We have two boys. Oskar now fifteen actors. Now Thirteen. They were in school. They're in private school. Start it right on then. Kelsey pops along so we think Eli going too expensive putting him through that system and then me at another baby call Luna subtler lost four days old and we lost and that was quite. But it's the darkest thing we've ever gone through not just losing the baby but then the new year after eighteen team on top does is proper time for the notice for Charlie myself but for the boys as well and it was so when we came when Charlie I start getting back on her feet and when you've lost a child you just WANNA spend every second your children that you've got you know so he's is partly I'm Paul because my financial situation was the we can survive just about iron so challenges need to work. I'm just arrived at point is is coming together like the laylines was. This is a time trial schooling. So let's see boys out at school and then we saw. Wow on this journey which was still in. Its it feels that normal cells now and and generally new care do you want to one of the most liberal liberal countries in the world when it comes home schooling and terms of. You are allowed to do it. You Take Kid. How at school by Tell Council? Obviously he's got speak to the school because it is a routine that you can go through the procedure in go through to get them out of school into the old school environment and then in this conscious all you do most councils out of a department that deals with the community and their facilitate with whatever you need. They'll put their all not community..

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"boon" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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"boon" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"boon" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"boon" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Boon is the law under done and now aiming dan rooted and a one and again let me the of the way and then i won't third quickly waigel look at that well well i don't know hello yes three dornan that you want it but does you bought don't go away the wants you to go nowhere baby faye mom whoa zhou though kms oh no may would today nathan man was.

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"boon" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Boon really and now he un dan mohapi rooted and once you again let me the way and then i won't third we will be going away if that beneath battle well i don't know yes three no one at that moment but does you down napa don't go away please go nowhere two two two two the oh my god the life as the man had neither the hill i i definitely won't guide that lloyds the victim the mayor the beep beep.

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"boon" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Boon really and now he un dan mohapi rooted and once you again let me the way and then i won't third we will be going away if that beneath battle well i don't know yes three no one at that moment but does you down napa don't go away please go nowhere two two two two the oh my god the life as the man had neither the hill i i definitely won't guide that lloyds the victim the mayor the beep beep.

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"boon" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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"boon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In the nineties a right before the cowboys and steelers were set to play in super bowl thirty and he was running stairs at the old igloo in pittsburgh wearing a cowboys jersey and some people were getting on him and boeing of drug dealers and cowboys rival the the the phrase that includes cowboys and playing in the super bowl is a long time as your long long time ago that's how long he's been playing again assu glass will join us in just a few minutes from the dental avatar jones do guts but first aaron boon who used to work for us i spent a lot of years in the majors introduces the yankees new manager yesterday boon has been in baseball entire is entire life his whole families were very families in all baseball with his brothers and father so he knows exactly what he's getting into obviously this is a team with loads of talent this team that in many ways came of age this year and arrived and i'm really comfortable and believe that me and my staff will be part of helping them take the next step and obviously the expectations here with the new york yankees is to win championships and certainly that's always the goal we set out each and every year but what i'm most looking forward to is the chance to have an impact on young men on young ballplayers it being a part of them taking the next step to now become championship level players that is the next step right big big got to the ails you asked the question is when we winning the next one i i'm always interested in all sports how coaching and or managerial processes change we saw in the nfl a couple of years ago with a quarterback whispers that became the hot higher you know in college sometimes you can be the hot all coordinator of the hot de coordinator what are you going for if you had a old school tough guy coach your next coach was a players coach you know more you know playerfriendly guy so i'm always interested in where you are in baseball now it's so much numbers you just heard him wanting to to get involved in the people's lives or developed the player so is that where we are are you the.

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"boon" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM

KEOM 88.5 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM

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"boon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"boon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The periphery i mean speeding obviously but then you also are you bargain a spillover risk from the ecb tapering into italy into portugal i'm i'm uniting boon's potentially keep safehaven bid now there's a lot of on sunday announced spain specifically but what i'm surprised as the spanish bonds almost entirely v chased all of the widening that be saw after the referendum yeah it seems a little too optimistic given all the uncertainty out there i'd stay on the sidelines and actually potentially undo we had the periphery if there is no quick resolution shen to catalunia it is there a message here about europe generally i mean can you can you extrapolate what's happening in spain to to to europe were broadly right i see a by this so i think there is politically risk inherent in the europe experiment year and structurally i think growth has not picked up in what john deehan these he did was to give them a lot of time to fix the debt problem to potentially increase structure growth i don't think that politicians of reuse that so what my fear is that this political wrist that we're just seeing a smaller manda tip of the iceberg if john he does manage to reduce accommodation i think you'll see a lot more of these flareups because now all this immensely clearly that's going to get the market going i think has that steps away be political risk comes back preah think is somewhat premature the tea securities or the gregory briefing as well five things you need to know ring to do that in the next half hour neither no eight pm today the bombers there okay barbers tried georgia in case we've in his medicate me politics policy and power we don't have to make it matter we just need to show you wired does china and russia dealt sound like they're going to be on board these having dinner at the white house tonight peter barnes and amy morris weekdays at noon eastern on bloomberg radio this is a bloomberg market.

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"boon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"boon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"boon" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"boon" Discussed on The Big 98

"Boon who agrees in the birds thank you malysz though owner how that is the only a ma badly jon rahm fifty no oh bath still jan elegy one not the death amy if she should get the tattoo she promised if i went to haiti she get a tattoo my face molest promises problem yeah malaysia comes up byron on the bones what's up melissa i've heard though i myself how to get a half who have i lost of at all our taken his out on me so what matters about so may my brotherinlaw i live in oklahoma that oh you sooner oklahoma fake outweigh big rival so he than you plan i'm going to issue ban while we had a bad on their bedroom game i wind my own wipo yet again upon the state there's a huge tattoo well than scary ben again he did what he wanted me to pay back by betty ipr and i had to get that oh me there you go hey how are you right fact our monterey's no no no montazah get new year organ that yeah i do study says the arizona hog more which settled the you will get it as a gay man that all the judge.

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