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Counting Briberies in Elections
"My name is nicholas vermont. I'm a second year student from your berlin and germany. Where i'm part of the research. Group makes in computational complexity led by professor. Well thank you so much for coming on the show. Could you tell us a little bit more about your phd work. What specific areas in complexity. Are you focused on. So i'm mostly working on questions. From the area of collective decision making and decision decision-making someone relative for different settings or scenario spare group of come together and have different than maybe conflicting opinions about assignments. And where we want to of find compromise alternative for not that makes everyone happy tour. Let's say fair extent and i am lies. Questions from this area from mostly yet stogie says complexity theoretical and algorithmic point of view. I'm aware that there are some aspects of multi agent systems that frame it in a game. Theoretic context may be decision theoretic approaches. Does that overlap. Or is that separate from your interest so we are not really doing mhm. Let's say close related to classical multi agent systems but. Interestingly kind of the work that i am doing this collective decision theory field. This summer became a sub field of mostly agent system. At least if you look at the conference with we published usually published multi agent system conferences and agents. System is are always Netflix which we have in mind. So a lot of these collective decision making scenarios also hidden in classically in some multi agent systems. Some of this as well highlighted in the main paper. I want to invite you on to discuss. Which is titled on the robustness of winners counting briberies in elections a lot of things to unpack there. I guess maybe this is the first time i ever had a bribery formalized a mathematical way. So could we start with that. How do we quantify bribery so when it comes to elections bribery is kind of a pretty natural and also white developments to problem and what we aim here for is the model that we have in mind is we have to get like and we have bribe who wants to achieve a second goal in the clintons election. It's usually win the election or preventing some from winning village. So this the golden that the bribery hasn't bribe knows kind of richly. And then we give the bribery typically a given budget. So let's say he's allowed to delete ten votes. And then the computational question that we have the mind is possible for the bribe's to pick like ten votes in the election smartly into delete them such that he achieved his goal for example making the candidate. It wouldn't be gotcha. So i'm you know we've just finished up an election my country here in the us. There was a republican and a democrat. Who were running an in many other people. If you very resource and could manipulate the elections may be you could have pulled it towards one of the two major party winners but if you had done enough manipulation third party One that would have been quite unprecedented by our country standards. How do we measure that distance. That i like. It's intuitively there. How can we quantify something like that. So this question. I told you about mind and you can also obviously ask for the minimum number of operations at the bribery needs. So if you have again election my goal and then the question is now how much budget to any any votes to to be able to enter to be able to delete to realize michael and if you do this for every can that separately you will like it for every candidate birth. I mean for the initially winning candidate. The number will be zero because he will have to change anything for all the other candidates. Have booby probably zero. Because i'm not initially winning and thereby also somehow discover ranking of the candidates. So this gives you a feeling for how far away someone is from winning or losing election with respect to the operations that you allowed so for example leading or acting or some to find the votes that well. Let's talk a little bit about the voting mechanics. Paper covers two different ways. That people might vote plurality and boorda voting could you go into how those systems operate and maybe in the context of those how this manipulation takes place so the two mechanisms we cover relative. Boorda both special case of so-called scoring based voting rolls. And the idea here in scoring based woods is that every voter is allowed to give points to candidates and in the candidate with the highest number of points wins the election and for example in property. I'm allowed to give one point my most preferred candidate so it's pretty simple. It's also typically how bellicosity simply mark your most preferred candidate in there but he gets a point from your vote. Border is a little bit more tricky by a border over. In the body election we tank the preference relation rankings albatross ranked the candidates s an input. And then we awards if we have any candidates are what n. Minus one points to the first candidates to the most preferred candidate in minus two points to the second most preferred candidate Three points the set must be for the end zone and as we accumulate the points even to the mall just by the candidates The candidate with the highest score simply winds
The James Craig Anderson Case
"In the early hours, of Sunday, June twenty, six, two, thousand eleven, James Anderson who went by his middle name of Craig found himself in a predicament. He had locked his case inside his car. It was a setback the happy go lucky forty, seven year old African American man wasn't prepared for. Chri had gone out alone the previous evening as he's husband of Eighteen Years James was rusted onto work and not shift over the weekend. Our Zolia James had phoned craig to remind him to stop packing for their upcoming trip to Chicago in celebration of Craig's forty eighth birthday in five days tone. Deaf Cole ended with the men telling one another I love you. Craig's orange, Chevy Avalanche was parked in a lot of the Metro win a budget hotel in his home city of Jackson, Mississippi. Located near the intersection of highway eighty in the city's west, the lot was relatively small with round two dozen angled parking spots split into two near Avon rose. A Wendy's fast food restaurant was located on its northern Boorda with winding on and off ramps for the interstate twenty highway to the south. The law was partially framed with small tree line nature strips and access to the aced via frontiers road and to the West from the busy thoroughfare Avella Avenue. Shortly after full forty-five Im as Craig assess these options a what Jeb Cherokee v carrying four occupants and to the parking lot. Too, young occasion man got out of the vehicle and approached Craig who explained his dilemma. He asked the pair. If they had a coat hanger, he could use to try Jimmy the lock in his car door. The men moved back and forth dead Jay and Craig's CAA engaging Craig in conversation while seemingly looking for an autumn that could be of assistance. Fifteen minutes light up a dock green Ford F to fifty pickup truck carrying three occupants drove into the COP hawk before leaving via the LS avenue exit. The two men who were hoping crag go back into the Jape and followed the food. Moments light off by vehicles returned and stopped in close vicinity to wear Craig was waiting by his car. The two men who had assisted cry go Gola emerged from that Jape and joined by the driver of the Ford a young what Glum head blue eyed. He called cry a racist slur and yoed. Get away from white truck. Suddenly one of the men from the Jape punched Craig in the face knocking him to the ground. The driver of the Ford then straddled Craig and proceeded to hit him repeatedly around the head while casting and shouting racial abuse. The remaining passengers of the group's two vehicles watched on as the assailants spent the next three and a half minutes bathing. Craig. Afterwards. He stalled crags mobile phone wallet and Wedding Ring Before Jumping back into the driver's sade of the Ford. As the JAPE. Drive away one of its passengers Yoda. What Pale? In response, the driver of the Ford raised his fist in the air and yelled back. What. Pale.
UK plans to break Brexit law 'hugely problematic'
"A furious row has erupted between the UK and the European Union Prime Minister Boris Johnson is trying to change part of the brexit agreement after the much fought over deeply argued about seemingly interminable brexit debate billions of dollars worth of British, trade with the EU and potentially with the United States hangs in the balance here is Steven with the update Brexit is a two stage affair the first age last year was the exit deal on the which if no trade agreement was reached with the EU A Hog Boorda would be imposed between northern, Ireland and the rest of the UK. This was meant to avoid a hard border with the Irish Republic, which remains part of the e you many Brits were unhappy with it, but the deal was agreed and turned into a treaty under the second stage. Britain's had a transition period of the year in which to negotiate a new trade deal with the block that period is drawing to a close negotiations of gone well, and the British government. This week tried to change its commitment on Northern Ireland in parliament, the Northern Ireland, Secretary Brandon Lewis made a startling. Yes does break intellectual law in a very specific limited white. Yes. That was British cabinet minister admitting that his government's planning to break the law provoking outrage in both houses of parliament former Justice Secretary Lord Charlie. Folk ner didn't mince his words. This stinking hypocrisy chokes our country's reputation and destroys our government's ability to lead at home and make agreements abroad and with the E. U threatening to. Sue The agreement that now looks in deadly peril his that free trade deal the UK's negotiating with the EU its largest trading partner Fiona sing. Carter. Of Forex trading firm city index says it's not surprising. The pound has fallen sharply. What's he doing here is adding to this picture of uncertainty I think it's just adding to the sense of does anyone actually know what's going to be happening? In what's going to be happening in just a few months at the end of this year without a new deal forty-three percent of UK exports could face European tariffs and other barriers. Charles Grant of the Centre for European reform says, it's not a pretty picture. The huge prospect chaos at the borders lack of ability to travel easily from one part of Europe to another the impact on financial. Markets which react very nicely. The European Union is demanding. The Brits stopped trying to renege on the exit deal and it has a powerful ally Washington, which brokered the peace deal in Northern Ireland in the nineteen ninety s Nancy. Pelosi Speaker of the House of Representatives says, if the Brits continue on this course, they can kiss goodbye to any hope of a trade deal with the US as well.
Travel restrictions now in effect for St. Maarten
"No sint Martin is a country of the Dutch Caribbean set on an island of roughly ninety square kilometers. That's home to a population eighty thousand people, however half the population on this small mass do not belong to Saint Martin but the. Confusingly named French overseas collectivity of Saint Martin. The two territories have been divided by a land border through the center of the island since the mid seventeenth century and operate with different languages, currencies and governments for Outposts News Miracles Luhan Amirah speaks to Gordon Snow, the editor of Saint Martin's newspaper The daily Herald about how he's been covering travel restrictions and border controls on the island during the pandemic, so whereas Sink Malta, and what distinguishes it from the other islands that surround in the caravan. If you look at the Ricoh on the map, whereabouts to the right for Regal, one of the little thoughts just right next to the British. Virgin Islands and we're in Ireland. Stats distinguishes itself by the fact that it's by national main stats. Half of the island is a leaky French therre. Dory of France so old trench laws are applicable there now you can pay with the euro also saves a dollar because we are dollar denominated. s most being. Old Dependence on US and Canadian Doris so lawler is. It's very important in guaranteeing economy, the second part of smart is Dutch. It is Don Imus country within the kingdom that means that they have their own governments We have our own BARNUM's CETERA. Run our own affairs, except for Defense Foreign Affairs. That's be taken garrels hollins. That's why for example she. Martin is a member of the Gary. We aspire to, but it's difficult because not flee independence, the beauty of this by national age of the islands. That's a you have a bit of southern France on the north side of the islands, a bit of a through northern Garabedian english-speaking are being country on the other side of the island. So you have a bit of both and tell me go to you talk about terrorism being a major part of your economy there, so tell me how you'll covering the news over the pandemic at the moment house affected the island in terms of its health, and in terms of its economy as well. Russell sports condemning was yeah, like like everywhere else abyss hit us very hard. Whereas other countries could say they have different industries. We only have one instrument stores, and so everybody's dependent on Dexter Dr Arrests Drums Adele's in my extension order companies like ourselves for examples media. We were forced to depend on the so it's We don't do well either. So. Yeah, we are really. Doors. A comeback and yes, she no know is probably going to be a big issue worldwide. With people afraid to travel by plane a by cruise boats. We have a lot of cruise liners. This is our islands a yearly basis. So yeah, that's that's affecting us. As far as the disease, itself is concerned pretty much over free. Now we've had some. Dole about seventy gazes, which have for our swollen instances is quite a lot. But we are pretty much. Go with Renault's are gonNA actually graduate opening up again rare in the third phase of reopening, and now one or face go, but it's pretty much. Everything is back to normal. As, far as that's concerned, so everybody's breathing, a sigh of relief that you can go out again that freely. What does your front page looked like at the moment was some headlines that are standing out and up. What will imagery? Are you running with well? Yeah, we have focused on reopening. Starting to move again today, for example, the borders between the French and Dutch side with four Boorda points. They were close or allows two months because of the French side of course have their own go vitz protocols. That's the. The national protocols. And, it was deemed a safer for everybody to build temporary. Grosso's borders those are open up against us today, so that's for example is. Is something that will be focusing on though. What's the immigration pattern light between the two sides of the island? Because obviously, there's a there's a border through the middle of it. There are two separate countries on this very small islands. So how does movement between those two places happened during the pandemic? One, thing you have to understand when you live. Like ours somebody may live on the French side, but were on the site vice versa, so he needed people to be able to continue to work. Be Able to go to work. Of course. There were options for people to work from. But, if you do the type of work that allow you stay home and work via remote. You, we'll have to go and be able to job now that some sectors you had to have. Both Dutch Francesa side governments travel. And Yeah, a you need special boss. Some people had special like like myself. MEDIA PERSON STARTING TO GET A. Disaster Media Bosso. Normal time time. If you're normal times, there is no border. So he can freely move across the border. We only have a border control. Join Border Control at the. Airports, but we don't have joint border controls at the order points between the two sides of the. That's the beauty of this. In two different systems for chicken will free about that was good snow, the editor of Saint Martin's newspaper The Daily Herald
Yo ho and a bottle of Rum
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit Crumb. Today we talk about the superstitions pirates although there were intelligent pirates educated pirates slight Gracia Molly who spoke Gaelic and Latin fluently. There was captain kid who owned huge amounts of property in New York and there was blackbeard former teacher. But there were superstitions like cats were thought to carry a gale in their tail. So black cat frolicking on the deck was assigned. Gail was imminent to drown was never mentioned at sea. Sailors thought it was funeral. Fight to see so most never learned to swim. Most pirates didn't know how to swim. Earrings will pirates were golden. They really did. Because they were fashionable but also in the belief that they gave them better iside protected them from Trimdon. Pirates often wore feathers in their hats. For superstitious reasons they were thought to protect sailors from shipwrecks especially the feathers of the wren slaughtered on New Year's Day which held its power. For a year this belief led to the virtual extinction of Rennes on the Isle of Man. Flowers were discouraged on board because they were associated with funeral. Wreaths of Dead Man Bellow Pirate. Now here's one about Friday. Friday was the unlucky. Stay to set sail as it was the day Christ was crucified. In the day Eve tempted Adam. Grand a garden of Eden. British navy attempted to eliminate superstition by commissioning the HMS Friday which had its Keel laid on Friday is crew selected on a Friday and the captain's name was Jim Friday. It set sail on a Friday and was never seen again. It was also bad luck to luxur word after you had shoved off to see a fast. Swimming Porpoise was good luck to kill one. Dad Luck repairing flags on the quarter deck was sure. Bring bad luck. You never stepped on the ship with your left foot always with the ride. Seagulls were believed to carry the souls of drown men so it was bad. Luck to shoot and sailors never whistle. They believed that the wind could be summoned by whistling softly. After first sticking a knife in the mask whistling on the deck while the when was already blown was stocked to bring a gale women on. Boorda's ship were considered unlucky. Although a naked woman was thought to calm the see this is why many ships pirate and British ships and some Spanish had figureheads of bare breasted women on the bow follows a lot of movie. Trivia about pirates. The most famous song attributed to pirates was composed by young e allison in eighteen ninety one based on the song and Robert Louis Stevenson treasure island. The song is believed to be based on the legend. That fifteen mutineers were marooned on dead man's chest island in the British Virgin Islands by pirate. Blackbeard I will give you the first and the last of this song fifteen men on a dead man's Yoho bottle of rum drink and the devil had done for the rest. Yoho a bottle of rum. The mate was fixed by the boatswain's pipe the boatswain brain with a Marlins Pike. The cookies throat was marked like it had been gripped by fingers ten. There they lay all could dead. Men like break- day and Boozing Ken. Yoho Ho and a bottle of rum and this is what happened. What they did with those dead men. Continue fifteen minutes dead. Man's chest Yoho a bottle of rum drink and the devil had done for the rest. Yoho in a bottle of rum wrapped them all in a Maine's tight with a twist. Ten turn serve hosters bright now. The last stances of the dead man's chest fifteen men on a dead man's Yoho a bottle of rum drink in the devil had done for the rest. Yoho bottle of rum. We wrap them all in a mainstream tight twice ten terms of a hawsers bite and we heaved dome over and out of sight. Joe Heave Ho and affair. You will sudden plunged in a sudden swell ten thousand steep on the road to Hell. Yoho in a bottle of
Carine Roitfelds Remarkable Fashion Career
"Wanted to start. I mean everyone by now knows you know all of the amazing things you've done in Russia but I wanted to start by asking you. What was your first fashion moment? When was the moment a kind of clicked with you that this was going to be? Calm your of her. It was time longtime ago. What fashion was not consider? It was today if you say I want to work in fashion. People think you are just superficial person and one. My mother was winning French L. Each week and I was watching French L. And the like it on the really like it. But how old were you at the time? I think I was maybe twelve years or something that and I like it. I don't pages and I really like it but it's my mom. Asked me what you want to do to save up to work in? Fashion will be impossible. Okay but the essence. Click Congress and I start with French. Ed Is that so your your career there and when you started at French how What was going on in fashion at that time. What do you remember? It was amazing because my God is seen some very old ladies. It was not. We were working with advertisers. So is not the advertisers in fashion. So last page of the magazine were just seem for knitting and it was very free and we're just going to French that say designers and there's a ton we to move to each designer to make some shopping so I take also Mitchell to go to jump on who to go to Shapur peak hours a great appear office so you will meet everyone. It was easier. Because you have not was not international was not instagram's he wasn't a tweet feet so you have to move yourself. Tudjuk laws and pickup yourself and you meet the designer Oldham. Who was your favorite designer? That you used to wear sheltered papa. He's fun and Chop Wa Eze only designers at took everything as that Fashion Kentucky but football movies everything and you never talk about himself and he makes me laugh on trump were recently. He did his last shows at that because I have two two. Gophers discover acronym state. But I was very happy for him and I seen it so always sadly someone who seek is. A huge talent was because settled stop by the city was white and he did something good people eat. Very what a very nice fire we say. I guess that thing that really changed your career and kind of took it to the next level was working. Tom Ford Right. I mean he's your become international. Yeah it pushed me to speak English. Yeah yes how did you meet him? So long story was working with. Mario Testino at the time and Tom Brady was lawsuit of our assessment equals mini mini mini. Tom's to see him. And you see what is good? She we stop for which he just Apollo for. We're not interested to work for Gucci to US blowing right and that he tom Com to the studio were shooting in summer. And we're just finding westworld. Chumming so sexy. We decide to what we didn't just because he was chummy and Thomas you could be farish arming. It goes a long way right and fashion to be good with people and to be persistent. He's twenty five years. I'm working with stone. Yeah so friendship could be possible in fashion. Tom So I start with. Zinni was the first time I never did consulting before we may not know what was about you know and I work with into I compare with me and after did all this show for Tom. Olga cheese and some of son-in-law and keep using. Wow and do you have any particular angry that you think was like most kind of emblematic of that time with working with Tom in those early days of Gucci? Is there one image that you created together that one you major people forgot Twas NOT SURI FOR BUCCI was back company no SOS even for. She worked deserves a with bags bags back. Spa Lady about was part of the look and I remember I think it was. The first design not put so many bags on one way and use a single in for me. He opened William. My is it was. I note to put so often on diversity series no one show is not gossip call off as he guards God because he saw his girls are beauty. Ernie plus my customer could be Black Mukasa Maccabi Chinese so I want them to be happy to look to dream about the clothes that keeps ago. Twas her you know is hoping my mind but Jeez yeah yes. He was witty several no subtle but in the same of quitter party and we guarantee for men and boys as he was dumb and then. I know we're we're moving through your career choice quickly because there's so much to talk about but I mean your tenure for ten years at Paris folk was a defining moment. I think obviously I think your even your own personal sense of style was so reflected in the pages of that magazine and it really became mean. Your style became kind of equated with the style of French women everywhere around the world right. So what were you when you first took on that role F. French vogue I mean what was that like. I think John was very nice and crazy to give his job. Because I never do anything was ever necessarily said new jobs. So many people forty people to take care is a lot of responsibility. You know when you talk about career. Maybe something very important to people you meet in. You Live Dawar timing so I won as you say was Tom. Maybe before Tom. It was Mario because the ones that makes me understand let alone distant meet in fashion after it was Tom. And after the third one was Genita- open mitigate of French vogue and Jonathon. Let me do everything I want. Honesty give me. It was like a golden cage but I can do everything and I think because this was good and I think I'm making love it. Would he loves me do everything I want and when you're looking at fogs. He tweeted. Meaning you have to cigarette. Newton Boorda all these amazing photographer and for the eighty to ensure that push him. You know seriously this was fearless and now it's all this picture arts museum but today it would be impossible to print newton big show. Boredom picture will be very difficult because why because today it will say all because of mature be off too much nudity. GotTa Too Young. We see too much sex. We see the helps pubis She is a very small freedom sitcoms that we have today and fortunately and do you think some of that is for good. There's some there's been a lot of changes with regards the way we think about young models and the pressure to put they put under so in a way some of the changes a good. Yeah I totally agree with you me with the modal hours. Think about them like a mama so I don't think it was one model. Don't call don't be naked. Putu Kotonu hours very predictive eat. They could teak. I'm very predictive with modern but as with to put exam and You know were smoking. Smoking is a great gesture for fashion. But at the time my father was spooking. Jesmond was spooky was ways we smoke. We didn't know it was bad for thirty years. We U- secret impression today. We noticed that good so we try not to cigarettes in fashion and to a lot of singles and even we keep learning. You know what I put to Alabama Muslim scarf on the cover of magazine and after two pusher to do shows I understand something because she asked black private cabin for is like a sewer. She was ways you notice. She's boring what she asked for that. Okay do for our. We did over affinity. She was wide and I saw all these naked guards photographer taking pictures he. She's what this is not placebo. So now I say or Offer to ever out when to stop to address if I didn't think this way so also people open you eyes
"The Way Back" Cinematographer: Edu Grau.
"Next guest is one of the best. Cinematography is on the planet. His work includes a single man. Buried the gift Lady Gaga supporting this way in the recently released in my favorite movie of Twenty Twenty. The way back please. Welcome cinematographer Ed. Who Grow and how is life treating you today? Thanks for being on the show. Thank you so much crazy with the current enviros arriving to the US. You know we're here. We're fine you know Should buy these one. Yes I have to say before we we logged on I was looking at the visual through skype and I saw your beautiful daughter into what a wonderful you must be. Is that your only child of it was at your She's twenty months on. She might be thinking he Beginning and saying things run the moment so I apologize in advance. Oh no apology needed so I know you were born in Barcelona Do you still have a home there or have you permanently settled in the US? Yeah well you know. I'm settling the US here in Los Angeles. But I still keep my family. My roots inbox alone. So I have a house of Wego a couple of times a year for the month or something. You know depending on schedules on Organ Holidays and Family. And so on. So so yeah. It's always good to be routed somewhere like at least to do. Remember your roots lists you know absolutely. I know you went to school there. You went to sentiment. Auto visuals school in A Catalonia. Saying that right and Barcelona's did I say that correctly as it is. It's gotTa do Luna in. Barcelona are now Giralda. But yes. Yeah you said it much better than I did and I know that's I know that's those big part of your life and I also know part of your life. Is Your Dad bringing you to art galleries and really exposing you? Because you and I'm not just saying this because you're on the show but you are really really gifted at what you do. I'm blown away by your work. What are you credits? She was all of your experiences or is it. Just you know a lot of what your dad did for you the school. How do you view that I think the question but I would say you know we part of we grow up with them? It's a whole. It's a lot of little rock's on the path you know. So is the the schools I went to the university and changed my life of Li Li. You know even the school I went afterwards. I went to the National Philanthropic School in London for two years. So you know so. I think he's a compilation united thing. It's one one book path in on. Obviously yeah I come from Was interested in Raleigh on. But then you know I think that the most you know the the Mazda Boorda moment as I was growing Abbey was one one my best friend was. I wanted to study cinema. Oh you know what I would also like their studies senior running down moment. I needs like twelve. Would like he never become a filmmaker. He became a philosopher on Matthew. My and mathematicians and now web. You know so it's like I'm so life goes in the pads and Curran's and then suddenly you're taking with dot gerring go somewhere in on sunny. That's what you do enough so I don't know you know it's all out of a moment. Imagine you
Christian Louboutin Reflects On His Career
"I'd like to go back to the beginning of your career and I read somewhere that you dropped out of school at a very young age around twelve. Have to cool till sixteen when you when you live in France but I was. Yeah I started to be expelled. Twelve so of out of school basically right and you were already obsessed with shoes right Yup. Yup where did that? Where did that come from this? Like shoe obsession. It comes from different thing than it. I would say comes from two things. It comes home in a session that I had as a kid for showgirls music Horn and even even movies where I could see dancing and it comes from that and it comes from actually from the place where we are now. Which is this museum which used to be which used to be a African panic art museum when you were answering on? It's a beautiful magnificent building. One thousand nine hundred eighty one so when you are entering a signal which was enjoying it was representing a shoe so it was a sea of a shoe high here on the fifty. But it just wasn't a late seventies so I didn't know that these join may me become sort of conscious that everything stopped by joint because it was drawing of a shoe of women's shoe but it was not existing because I'd never seen such show. It was appointee last appointee. Stiletto so I fought. I understand that. It's a drawing representing a women's shoe but this should doesn't exist so and it was. You showed me sign or symbol. It's a sign saying. Don't wear these shoes all issues when you saw them. As a young person he wanted to create shoes like that is that what happened. Exactly exactly so between my obsession for dancers on that joying. That made me understand that everything. Basically start by drawing and so. I wanted to do something which was not existing for music owned else and I sort of you know for me. Musical go further so they were like exotic birds on. I always love but and so I didn't think that had costume because someone told me but you could design costume for musical food was no costume. You know birds always have further which was natural to have further to those girls but buds don't have shoes. I wanted to create a human thing for these birds of paradise in a way. What what do you think shoes represent in our culture and why what is a shoe? What a shoe represent a lot of things According to different culture it has different meanings to same thing for callers. The interesting thing is at that. Say about work when I first started to design shoes for me on my name that say so early. Nineties shoe was people were always making reference to an accessory and then from accessory it expanded into something by itself. Schumer has moved. The Nimitz accessory has left the domain of just being an accessory it has become its own identity and things that it comes from different things but definitely it come from the fact that it's it's a very big symbol of Liberation. It's a symbol of feminity but it brings to it brings. The person wears issues a different poster. A different way of being a different way to show yourself and and so. It's a very different attitude. It's very small. It's a very small element which gave radiates. Antibody chains the body language. It changed it Sunup. Gravity and shoes whereas a woman of women who opposes by the Shoe Charissa woman right. So you didn't formerly study should assign but you weren't with some very famous shoe designers most importantly house if G. Yes what was that like? Because he's got obviously a you know long and very historic famous history here in France as a shoe designer. What what was that like working with him so what happened. Executive was is that when I worked with him he had ended his career but he was a mentor to me and so I worked. I did a museology type of work so I was ever seeing his assistant. But I never designed for Jose. Never no no. I worked at a period of the retrospective. I had met him before and then he asked me to be his assistant for everything but not designing on. That didn't want to design for him. I was so excited and happy to look at the work of someone that I knew so well and to have it explained but it's mass by his master and so what happened is that when I was ten I started to do. A sketch had seen that museum. Do Undo Redo that sketch always the same profane and so I started to put it every table of my different schools where I got expelled. Because one of the reason was because I was like trashing Zell's tables with my designs and and then one day one person and then it was almost sixteen. Gave me a book and say for you and I who likes shoes I find newsies and someone gave me the book of what it was Gold Makarova on just had his name. When I opened the Book I realized that my obsession with join shoes was also a beautiful work but had never thought of it as a work before it was rare in being shoot as no. I didn't know any design is right and so when I opened at book I fought. This is it. That's jobs and supposedly doing and from that moment I started to change the angle I started to. I was always own enjoying pro fine and when I decided that it could be a designer assured his on I started to free quarters exit down when I saw the work aversion so obviously has been very important and influential because he's sort of opened meat completely to the ideas that it was a beautiful possible word So then how did you actually learn how to design shoes so now so I started so? My first thing was to to jove a to do shoes for showgirls. So I started an internship when I was seventeen at I stayed less than a year and then after I realized that you know this is not Boorda was not going to do was not going to do shoes for showgirls. Invalid just doesn't happen. I was sent to glue to have to bring coffee Which was very nice and I learned a lot actually from dances but to really design shoes. I was not going to be there so I ended up thinking. Fashion is probably the place to go and I opened the yellow pages. I remember there was nobody. The first house was Batmans. Was nobody answering. The phone. Second House was Joel on ice to speak to the director. They say Jericho. What a subject off. Cuccia and on the path maters this wonderful lady quote Ellen. D'amato was direct couture. She gave me an appointment. She looked at my design. She said it's very pretty. And we want to do a stash jokes. Wt BY SEAN. Joel I say yes so. I got sent into south of France for one year and this is why I learned to be. My first job was as a modest so my former education of Mideast comes home sold off and then after I was. Stephen merged like a night club so one year a challenge. Although in in the south in the middle of nowhere was a bit tough but at Shell Joel down the technical aspects of creating shoe. That's where you learned it because it's important you were just showing me that incredible installation to show. How shoes or graded You know and the sizing of it like I think designs a bit like architecture hearing engineering and architecture. That's why yeah. That's exactly what I'm trying to show. It's actually Victor Nick. Yeah it's really precise but it's organization. It's very important Yeah it is definitely. It's very technical. This is why actually it's also often expensive and for instance. It's complicated for someone who would start to do a proper so so much engendering you know so much metal inside formation in order to keep the balanced also to keep the arch. You know you can sort of easily against do address with like a stitching being a needle. You can sort of manage to do something with fabric. But she's not fabric slander component which are complicated. It's orange
Interview with Tommy Breedlove : Become Legendary by Participating in Your Own Rescue
"I'm joined today by Tommy breedlove. Thank you very much for joining me here today. Welcome Tummy carry. I'm excited to be here and I will enjoy enjoy. Every drop of Maple Syrup have from here on out due diligence absolutely and tell me where are you calling in from I know thank you. Where are you today? I am in Atlanta Georgia outside so called Roswell and this is where I call home and it's my office but I spent a lot of time. All were the country and planet very fortunate to do that. I guess so well thank you again. Tell me for joining me here for the podcast for those. Who Don't know Tommy? Let me give you just a a little bit of an introduction tummy. Breedlove is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author. He's atlanta-based as he said but he focuses focuses on business relationship and mindset coaching. He's regularly featured as a keynote speaker at global events. After twenty years of a corporate pro-career Tommy now guides people to discover a life of significance while building a lasting legacy. Welcome again Tommy. I'm so thankful to be your carry when I'm talking about seven questions. In seven minutes. The topic you gave me was to become legendary by participating in your own rescue. Are you ready to do that. In seven minutes. Let's crank it out. I got it so timing number one. Who's your ideal client? My ideal client is business. Owners is entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Who Don't have anyone to lean on lean into who are struggling with time management struggling to balance between life live in wanted to run a successful company and all of the things that come within bishen where we carry the success in burdens of our life? Because we're constantly driven to do more her and as I am I and has I have been my whole life and so I helped people lead a life of significance with time management with balance with since the film at but without compromising their financial success or their ambition. That was so detailed. I love it so number. Two what problem are you solving perfect. Then when it comes to business owners. I think the biggest problem we solve is a feeling that I'm alone that I have to make all these decisions. Asians and I have these pressures on me from employment to profitability to scale to vendor management. And how do I do this. And how how do I lead. And how do I control my company. But I don't have anyone to lean on and leaned into an so. I serve as a outsource Boorda director for them to help them with all things things profitability time management but also doing that without compromising their relationships at home in the human they were born to base. I'm one of those people that do believe you can have. Alan live without compromising. I love it so building on that. My third question is what are the typical symptoms that you see as experiencing or that you hear the high level amounts of stress. You know the balance again between time at home and when we're at home we're thinking about our companies and we're we're companies companies. Were thinking about home but also all of the things that come within the business itself is managing debt. Managing profitability is our system sufficient enough competition and a lot of times. We feel like we're a corporate executive in our businesses is that we're alone and we don't really have anyone to help us through the big times and the big topics and so it's a lot to carry as ambitious driven executives and managers owners of these companies. And so we you need to know that we're not alone. And all great leaders have leaders in their life. Alright coaches coaches in that. We need people to help us step in step up and be the best entrepreneur person that we could possibly bake absolutely. We can't be the best at everything that our business requires we needed to ourselves with those experts and as soon as people start realizing that their whole oh business and their life excels and flourishes stronger and farther faster indeed across the board regardless of the size of your business. It really does. It's proven true. So the fourth question I have that you must see a lot. What are the most common mistakes of owners who are trying to not look outside and trying trying to do it all internal he too fast? You answer the question for me. It's control issues. It's control and perfectionism and thank you have to carry the burden burden of leadership finance operations administration customer sales and everything in between and so one of the biggest things that I preach to corporate executives entrepreneurs and leaders of these organizations as you need to stay in zone brilliance. And that's why you got in the business. To start with their you stay in your zone brilliance and if you just just do that Zona brilliant sure God given talent for at least three to four hours a day and outsource the rest to your great team who has the same mission and passion that you do do you will ultimately be one hundred x more successful in the long run but the biggest issue is control and perfectionism and also trying to do it it all ourselves because at the end of the day our businesses are babies and not everybody has the same love for our businesses as we and so we try to do it all ourselves into burn out disasters. There's on multiple fronts. Absolutely I am going to take from you. Giving you credit the phrase your zone of Brilliance. Because that's exactly it. They need to focus on that. Do what you do best rest. I've changed my life exactly well. Therefore you are a testament to what you're trying to share with others. That is not just a theory. Something you've lived and you've seen the benefit from the results of the fifth question then is with that as a foundation. MM Dacian of what you're recommending. What's valuable free action that you suggest to our audience that they can implement right now? That indeed is going to help them increase the whole value. The business I would say you have to participate in your own rescue and so so many of us put ourselves last. I see so many of us ambitious types doubling down investing in the stock market will invest in our businesses will invest in our networks but we want invest in ourselves in order for us to be the best leaders in people that we can possibly possibly be. Is We have to invest in ourselves. I I'm talking about your professional education. Your mental education your emotional education in your relationship Education Gatien because once you become the best person in leader you can possibly be than all from your success to your network to your money but also to your happiness awesome fulfilment so in order to do that. There's a million ways to participate in your own rescue but you have to double down and do the metalwork physical work emotional work in the business work. You have to build those muscles each and every day of your life says spin at least an hour a day on some type of emotional mental professional and physical self-development. Because you're no good to anyone burned out stress and even worse not here. That's just it exactly. That's the bottom line definitely definitely. That's where you end up even if it's not your plan it's GonNa Happen to US hopefully later than sooner. We take care of all these areas exactly and you can't ignore any of them. You need to address all of them in their own balanced way so on that from you. What's one one valuable free resource? Tommy that you can direct people to is actually going to help them further solve this. I have a one page building and living legendary in daily life. It's everything from time management to all of the things we talked about. How do we regain our power? How do we become you know the master of our mindset because we all have that self critic Nick and so this is how I live my life every single day and it's a one page document and also offer a blank one so that you can fill it out and create one of your own so is that you can truly build and live that legendary life and also as a free resource related to that? There's a one page purpose exercise. A one page core value. Where you build your own personal mission statement not your corporate mission statement? And that's all things that help us hold ourselves. Accountable help us find more fulfillment life and ultimately more happiness and success. And so it's three very simple one page documents that you can you can take and fill out on your own one or all of them and so that's what I would love to give away to your audience in what's the web address for them defined goals. Yes you can go to Tommy breedlove DOT COM and just sign up and we'll send you all three of them. It's really powerful as cool. I was an advertising firm recently and I saw my my legendary live plan hanging up on all their cubicles. I thought that was really humbling and cool to see
Building Great Teams and Obsessing Over the Customer Experience with Scott Becker, Founder and Publisher at Becker's Healthcare
"I have the privilege of hosting Scott Becker for the second time I had him on the podcast about three years ago we. We talked a lot about leadership and a lot of the trends in healthcare. Lots has changed in the last three years so excited to have Scott back on in in. What's close to five hundred episode So we've had many conversations if you don't remember Scott is the partner at McGuire Woods Alpi and also publisher at Bekker's healthcare Scott previously served on the McGuire Woods Boorda partners and served for nearly fifteen years as chairman airman of the national healthcare the apartment. He really the the firm has one of the best regarded healthcare practices in the world and Scott got has played a major role there. He's also the founder and publisher of bekker's healthcare and Becker's hospital review and it's related events and publications he remains remains. The publisher and chief content officer of Bekker's healthcare Yasser produces the BEKKER's C. Suite report and related media which is all focused done business outside of healthcare a graduate of Harvard law school and also Author of four books in a CPA. I don't know how he does it all but he does it. He's one of the best thought leaders in healthcare in my opinion and Excited to join him in a conversation once again. So take a listen to this. Awesome interview. you're gonNA enjoy the thoughts that that he has to share and the fun that we have during our conversation and with that introduction. I WanNa give you who a warm welcome Scott. Thanks so much for joining me again. Well thank you so much for having me always a pleasure to visit with you. Thank you sir. So Scott. You're doing on. I really cool things and and before we get into the meat and bones of today's interview is I do WanNa Park at the work you've been doing with your podcast uncast. Can you share a little bit more about it and why you guys started. There was sure so the core that we do. At bekker's healthcare has two parts of it. Our digital media efforts in our big conferences and events around three or four core core sectors and healthcare hospital systems health. It surgeries others is by so to get your of course podcasts. The podcasts are sort of a fascinating to me. It on. They're more sort of a as you know a magnificent way to just visit with interesting people people in a format you might not otherwise get to visit with them in and so yes people listen to them but the great pleasure for me is getting talk up to a whole range of leaders and people in all aspects of life. I mean yesterday at a podcast with a woman physician who's Muslim background. Speaking about being a Muslim docker America two weeks ago I spoke with Jean Woods. The CEO of Atrium health also former chair of the HA and one of the great growing systems. Those are the country. Here's get a chance to visit with magnificent group at different people and twelve chance to visit with interesting people. I tend to enjoy people. So that's that's what I love most about the podcasting and then people listening to them. It's more of a kind activity tool and a way to visit with people and if people visit in the conversations or anything else I think it's great and you're so right about that right. I mean the the ability to connect with others. That are doing great things a while. Back AGO folks ahead Scott on the podcast. He was At the very beginning actually and for those that have been listening for quite some time. You know that Scott was is one of the key people that inspired me to do my podcast so awesome to see him doing his his podcast. Now it is a great way to visit with others. And if you haven't but listen to that first episode with Scott It's episode number five. You GotTa Outcomes Rocket Dot Health type and Scott Becker. You'll you'll see where we focused on being patient centric and building outstanding teams which is something that Scott does so well and and and Scott. What's inspiring your work today? I I would say really two things inspire what I see. One is with all the talk about healthcare which you are seeing is tremendous advances in some cure for certain diseases. So oncology sort of almost didn't make that much progress for a long time in certain kinds of oncology and now making crazy progress so that inspires me just watching those things inspires me. I don't have anything to do with it. But they inspire me and then the other thing that spires ars me just you know working with magnificent people in visiting with people and hearing their stories and seeing what they're doing it so those are the two things that sort of excite me the great advances out there all all the negative talk in to just talking to people Scott and I've been to to your meetings and there are a lot of. I always connect with so many great people people to your point. You know the speakers and the keynotes are always super entertaining. What would you say makes what Bekker's offers different than what's out there? We're trying to is be queer concise fast moving and try and be very clear about our goal to teach people and entertain and the core of what we do is building everything we do around the core audience the core participants in the sector. So if you're looking at are hostile meetings it's really built around the jets built around three hundred great hostile leaders. It's not built around us. It's built around the core audience. The cord leadership in our we were in four different areas health. It also some surgery centers in spine but dissimilar a similar rasping everything. We're really built around the audience. Not around us and we try and teach entertain in clear concise simple content. And we've got a great team that implemented we've got great editorial team a Great Jenner team great leadership and Business Valentin which you can't do anything without those so it's it's a mix of things that we try and do to make work well and and it's a constantly changing environment but we've got a great team and we try and save very close to the audience really counts. That really. Is the driver behind everything we do. Love it serving bring. Your audience is super important. And it's hard to do in easy to be distracted. Can you share what you do to stay hyper focused on your audience against well. It is a is a great question. We have very very clear goals and directives on how we try and build everything that we do. And how now it's built to be audience centric versus vendor centric. And they're two very different things and we focus. I making sure our team and our audience dance is well taken care of we those things then things seem to work out well and it just a constant clarity of focus on what really counts. And we've got you know we've a few constituents. We have to take care of the audience. First and foremost doing short commercial interest. It makes sense for them and obviously our speakers speakers in our team are the other parts of that sort of stool love it. How about on the law side of things? You're still a practicing partner at at McGuire. Woods anything that you WANNA share to the listeners. That that are thinking about their their Legal Affairs and the things that they do there air. Anyone WANNA share. Yeah no it's. It's a great question so I've struggled to forever in one of them really out of the other. All my work has been in healthcare for thirty years. Now it's started as a law career and then built this media business almost by accident but grew into serious company money due to great leadership of our team. There are editorial team are Jonah deem our our business team just call and everybody else the On the law side ride the biggest congressman I've had is pretty similar built in its practice but to do that and build a practice in healthcare and then insert your center selfless equity. I was able to early on start to build great teams and everything that one dozen life. Today it requires great teams so the thing most of proud of him most excited about at the law firm is a team I built in the number of people there that have become partner in the firm that were under my mentorship. It's our ship is a whole cadre of people that really were part of my team originally and now grown to be leaders in the firm partners in the firm and one of which is now the cheer of our national healthcare practice but just a great group of people from you know give shots to all them you know people like Melissa. Holly Barks Howen Gretchen amber in more and more and And and others that really came up under in with me and Jeff cockrel perspective. Some practice that came along with me now of largely built greater backs may but was just a magnificent experience.
LGBTI discrimination still pervasive in every region of the world: UN rights expert
"Discrimination and violence towards members that's from victor mother to Boorda's the UN independent expert on protection against
Our Dream Routines with BEAUTY BAY
"You have a lot of knowledge as a consumer as well as somebody it's kind of working in the beaten so which is very different to me names because we are consumers that just kind of do the research and help the consumers or at least try to every single week but we saw a really nice way to kind of get the ball rolling with you being Pov eh a skin would be talk about a dream routines so obviously you have all of kind of like a background is care and we also we after a few things now and again and we obviously still have to spend all of our expendable income in skincare shops so we thought we'd run through our dreams routines I think it helps nice as well in this'll studio hurts quite a variety like a wide range of skincare concerns as well so yes sign it gives tiffany toe in everything really nice well Ames shall we get through yours I don't want spotlight all right so I have like quiet combination oily dry skin I don't you know I don't know what is anymore you know I don't know is complete is just skin it's just it's just on my face I don't want any more attention to it but no it's it's a very weather dependent it's very very oily an extremely dry in the winter or overall say it's combination or the dry because yes and sensitive your massive cow even forget though I have no idea hugely since I can't forget it so we're going to start off with kind of like a little well if structure in a routine haven't waste off with McLennan's it see elements pro collagen cleansing bom It's odd just lover Grace this was also yours then we we like have you ever so much in the name of light the two people and like just connected with like a wave uh-huh me included but yeah I just love it a lot of the consistency of it the texture is so nice I love the it feels on his skin it smells and say fail it literally it just it will it's it's yellow as well so it looks and reminds me butter but yet oh blustery it's just so smooth on my cows come on pitch it to me sell it to me like it just melts it's like a balm isn't it and it turns into an oil around yeah it's just insane it's just I have to admit I have smells it does smell lovely I must say Schnell I don't use it like all the time because I'm scared of it now because it's not mega mega folks but it's also like a Kinda just want to say if you're like I want to put it in a little glass box and just keep it I'm talking like a million quid Israeli not I think it's like forty five pounds eighty five but it's like it's like a treat for me when I use it as like when I'm feeling like I'm right get your shit together misprint mom get your elements like butter out an obey Gloria like sparring ajar Mike God Christ stay day sparring absolutely they'll just beautiful the only way describe on it's quite a big job you don't use that much you do quiet in it this is where we announced amy is in a relationship I'm pregnant with a recount amazing so I mean you've you've summed the prices of cleansing bomb I have sung the praises but right I kind let's be realistic with you guys as well so you know I've got quite a lot cleanses am born in terms of cleansing and I don't think I've ever met this chair I am it's no anyway I'm quite lazy yeah no very so a lot of the time I will use and I can never pronounce this the Masella missile how do you pronounce I say my I don't know how I say Messiah say also that I think I say Mr Mussa I think even if you don't I'm so confused that conflict I just loved like I use that every single day dots my go-to cleanser if we're talking about absolute dream routines yeah because it's just a couple of we are will yeah Yeah so onto Tony I've gone for the heels colangelo toner now a lot of loyalism all know how much I rave about the Clinton Sheila Yeah Range I just love I absolutely love it it's just so soothing and Carmen and I think that's the whole Colangelo I'm not yeah I'm GonNa say tails once I mean I've been a few times and I was just thought that because Boorda thought give me a attain I might because of my skin type they literally gave me so much of the Colangelo Rain just really good for like sensitive and drive it's just so soothing I think that's the only way I can really describe quite pricey for tone though which is sought talk about dream routines yeah so the is my dream cleanser toner Gio we have got like ceremony as SPF Mossbacher. Listen to my voice much now so I want to hear from you guys and go around in the Circle Okay Fab grace you all go to cleanser is the also the animists pro collagen cleansing ball Yeah I I love the cleansing bomb I think it's like the nicest way to me you can make up because you're not just stripping riffing off your skin you feel like you put something better than I do actually use Masala water as well Oh my God almost I room John Doe Paul with the same and yes well I normally use uh-huh just get everything off my face then go in with the cleansing ball yeah and I like to spend a lifetime massaging in 'cause I feel like it Scott the right kind of consent but in a chore you're just you're enjoying your cells enjoying washing you Faye Dream Tony Grace Dream toner would be the FRAC Kochta's also actually lactic acidosis so it's a explanation kind of alternative to a scrub and that yeah I just Soak compared and he's it maybe two or three times a week yeah I was going to say without being locked cuss it how often do Jeez it. PM and the piano I wouldn't anything like vitamin C. on them after it kind of just let it sit and do it seeing me put my moisturizer on but yeah it's very gentle so like I think it'd be a nice one fee to try tasty because it doesn't stain his whole it's not like a really strong guide call it in the market for an exfoliating it just can't find one that works well for me yes such a SOB story I care about all of your dream routines I just want to know what's good for me I'm Gonna I'm GonNA listen to this it's dangerous avenue her because I felt the law danger us well I am not the person that doesn't have elements as their favorite cleanse so I my favorite cleanse it is the Kim Ledge Capri Clinton's bomb the step one oh she's a boo boo she go and the reason I like it so much is because it's kind of like the consistency I can imagine your LMS Clinton Baez obviously it's a bomb but they give you this kind of really gentle little rubber finger like appropriate type thing so that you can message in a little bit more than that feels really nice like you said you like semi Sarge Duffield's amazing and it's very much like would not use all the time but if so if I'm going out and if one heavy makeup I will use that to make sure everything's off and then I will go in with the kneeled low-viscous t semester I think it's literally just called LV C. plus the full name friend and it's kind it reminds me of a missile awards because it you literally just put it on rubber around a bit and then give you couldn't just wipe off right this one you can do that with but then also has this really love negative reviews because when you use hi oily and then when you wash it off it's like water on a dog's bark just dislike slides off its a bit like that but then as soon as you like pie drive the towel it leave your skin dead soft and like Supposin plumpy Nice yeah sucker film after Lewis People may see why a were a fan of that yeah yeah yeah I think as a Ah Dry Gal I'm absolutely love it and it's an can take scarf at the same time and in terms of tone I have gone for your hated product teams I don't hate it you know I did use Minoza an offer the glossy solution I honestly we did I did four weeks not makeup did not ex- journey yeah we did it before and after officer wasn't wearing make anyway so that was an improvement in my skin but then I was using the solution and kind of carried on with that and then run out of it and didn't really hi it for whatever reason and then as I got maybe I'll just try again and then as soon as I re boy within like a month Motzkin had completely played up and then when I went to couldn't take it with me 'cause it was too big for hand luggage on my skin just was a bit kind of out of touch with the weather being so cold and I was really high up amount Tinson stuff but then it just didn't react very well at all to play as soon as I came started using atom bomb again like a few other little spots that only
"boorda" Discussed on Tips for Travellers Podcast
"You're about to discover the unusual crazy and even bizarre ways that people smuggle alcohol onto a cruise I'm gary and this is another of my tips For travelers in this video I'm going to talk about the lengths that people will go to to smuggle alcohol on board a cruise ship. Now why do people do it well simply because is the cost of drinking on Boorda's ship is getting more and more expensive. I'm not saying that you should be smuggling alcohol on board a cruise ship. It's just something that I've seen happening more and more probably the longest and most established way of smuggling booze on board is by taking existing toiletries and putting booze in them the most popular of these is mouthwash so people are doing is buying a mouthwash emptying it out cleaning it out putting a clear liquid and in using food coloring die to make it look like an existing bottle of mouthwash there are also some mouthwash bottles which are not clear and those are even more because it's even harder to see the product inside and of course getting the color of the mouthwash look you might is a real challenge but certainly using existing toiletries emptying them out and replacing them is long established way of doing it and marsh is the most popular of all of these those people that don't want to go as far as using existing toiletries there's a whole range of title so you can buy that recreate toiletries that come mt they also have little seals that you can then put on the top so looks like unopened bottles so the wide range of bottles that looked like establishing existing policies that you can then fill with alcohol things have come across for example are sunscreen bottles normal torture bottles Chiampou you can even buy deodorant cans which you can fill with alcohol and even if you want to go a little bit further there are products that look like uh-huh another very long and well established way of bringing booze on board a cruise ship is what's known as rum runners these are basically little mystic pouches which you can then fill with booze put a screw cap on and then slide with in your existing luggage they are very popular and certainly a one of the the things that people use most often to bring booze on board the next to waste people used to smuggle booze on board probably verge into the secret service SPI type territory because they're recreating products which are fake products the first of these is around luggage one of the most interesting ones I came across is a rucksack this wreck sac then has secret pouches which you can then fill up with booze very much linked to that there are those messages all bags again which have secret pouches and then probably one of the more practical ones if you are actually going on a cruise off tote bags again within the tote bags they look like to sign tote bags that look like just normal to- packs that you can buy but they have again secret pouches in that you feel with booze so the whole range of luggage that you can bring on board both there's of helping you carry stuff on board but with secret pouches to bring in boos one of the most unusual and fires that I've discovered people smuggle booze on is with a whole range of fake accessories and again there is a huge range of these and there are companies specifically making these fake accessories to help people smuggle in booze some of the most interesting ones that have come across our umbrellas which are basically a storage container for booze even hairbrush you can get cameras anoc killers even a smartphone and power pack shoe trees which you can then put in shoes and what we would call his bum bags or in the US accord fanny packs so there's a whole range of accessories and luggage that are created to help people smuggle booze and as I said it does feel a little bit Mike Verging on the spy territory with secret devices that double up as something else one of the things I found really interesting is clearly the smuggling booze has become such the big thing that there are companies emerging that are just existing to create products to help people smuggle booze on board another thing that people use to smuggle booze is actually clothing so there's a range of clothing which are designed to have pouches where you can smuggle in booze there are two mares came across that people are using to do this first of those are a bra which has as pouches in which you feel with Booze and Info gentlemen there are shorts which have secret pouches in so people even going as far as wearing the booze they smuggled onto a cruise ship there are two other simpler and even more practical ways that people are using which probably have a higher chance of actually being dis- covet and court by the school people first of those is miniatures so people are basically buying those small little mini bottles you know the often get on an airplane but you can on in various liquor stores and the basically bringing lots of little miniatures and stuffing those around their luggage so those then of the main devices and techniques that people are using but how are they actually ensuring that they don't get caught there's a couple of things that I've seen people do and also seen a lot of people talk about when they bringing or trying to bring booze on board of course the first thing to remember is that most lines allow you to bring on a certain amount of booze so most cruise lines allow you to bring one or two bottles of wine on board as long as you drink that within your cabin if you take in the restaurants they will charge you a coke charge so the first thing that people are doing is bringing that on board the next thing they're doing is using a number of techniques to ensure that they don't get caught first of those is making sure that they spread what they're bringing around gauge if they're traveling with a couple of people not putting it all in one suitcase putting some in the hand luggage someone wants to kiss they're hoping that the other people will still get some stuff through the other thing I'm seeing people doing and also talking about is if they are trying to smuggle booze on board they put it I checked baggage others bags do get screen but when you go through the personal security often they may be more such as of bags so people are tending to put they stuff into the checked on bags and that's what they're telling me the way that they normally find that they are not getting caught the other thing that people tell me they do if they do bring on board alcohol in one of these ways is of course you can largely drink in your cabinet you can't walk around with the ship with it so people then doing other things like there then bringing their own reusable water bottles and putting their booze in there so they can take it around the ship and on excursions so I'm not saying encouraging people to smuggle booze on board. It's just one of those trends that I've seen happening more and more and more in fact as I've mentioned has become so big that there's companies setting up and making products to help people smuggle booze on board if you want a stressful holiday of course don't smuggle booze on board buy drinks bring the lounge on food and even perhaps take a look at drinks packages although watch my video about why you shouldn't buy drinks package because you could find it is not good value for you at all I have load of videos and tips about cruising so why not watch another one of those right now.
Can land expropriation help heal South Africa?
"In addressing inequality quality it seems a straightforward indeed elegant policy. Take stuff off people who have a lot of it and give it to people who don't have any of it however anybody certainly any government proposing such a measure would do well to heed the immortal wisdom of H L Mencken who wants observed that there is is always a well known solution to every human problem needs plausible and wrong nevertheless the idea of land expropriation has returned to the public discourse in South Africa a panel assembled by President Cyril Ramaphosa to look into the idea has returned a proposal recommending in limited circumstances the seizure of land without compensating the owners. We should no longer be afraid of this process of having to change the land ownership architecture in our country. It is here and it is here to stay. It is going to happen land. Land ownership has been a persistent issue in post-apartheid South Africa and not without reason a quarter of a century after the racist monstrosity of apartheid was formerly dismantled white South Africans who comprise roughly nine percent of the population still own seventy two percent of the farmland possessed possessed by individuals as an illustration of the lingering effects of systemic injustice. It's hard to beat this by lament is rare opportunity unity to redress on this past wrongs to allow the natives who have lost so much to reclaim the dignity. <MUSIC> BIC by kitching our land back no law shall. We be treated as life in our own land. Never Ramaphosa's panel has proposed seizing land which is held for speculative purposes land which is occupied and worked by tenants and land and and that has has been abandoned it has also suggested taking inner city buildings owned by absentee landlords for obvious understandable reasons these these measures will go over well with a significant proportion of South African voters especially those who have lately been tempted away from President Obama poses his African National Congress now very much the Party of South Africa's establishment and towards the radical firebreathers of the opposition Economic Freedom Fighters Party not who nearly doubled the parliamentary presence in last May's election the F. F. led by Julius Malima who might be charitably described as uncompromising uncompromising in his general approach favors wholesale nationalization of South Africa's land. You'll say I thought what colonialism we wanted decolonisation yet yourself party or Lord Boorda's in Africa what is being proposed by President Obama poses panel is significantly less than that but it is nevertheless significant as it stands under section twenty five of South Africa's Constitution and the government may expropriate land but is required to cough up just and equitable compensation there has long been chat about amending this his clothes and or concocting some legal argument that in certain circumstances just and equitable compensation might amount to nothing they is also a growing body of opinion in our country that the constitution as it stands does not impede. beat expropriation of land without compensation that expropriation will be popular in some electorally important demographics is beyond doubt and that is very usually the clinching argument in matters of politics. Although some polling in South Africa suggests widespread unease with the idea of no compensation factor less often subject to rigorous scrutiny is whether or not a given see see policy will actually work and where expropriation nation of land is concerned. The are some discouraging precedents and if you WANNA the inroad of what you want to do today most infamously in the early years of the twenty th century Zimbabwe's then President Robert Mugabe ordered the seizure of white-owned farms and they're transferred to black ownership good have looked at what happened in Zimbabwe. Remember signor Robert Mugabe went down the same road was he also did in so doing was effectively <unk> demolish. Zimbabwe's agricultural infrastructure femme production plummeted by two thirds in less than a decade and Zimbabwe's economy collapsed alongside to the point where the country had to abandon its hyper inflation stricken currency in two thousand nine. Zimbabwe issued a one hundred trillion dollar banknote note which wouldn't buy a phosphate. They're actually doing the opposite non Zimbabwe. 'cause they realize the folly of their ways. South Africa is not Zimbabwe's and Cyril Ramaphosa Hosa is not Robert Mugabe but the <hes> some similarities many years after the end of white minority rule things remain extremely tough for many among long South Africa's black majority the unemployment rate in South Africa is a staggering scandalous twenty seven point six percent even higher among youth who. Who are increasingly drawn to the E. F F and South Africa is as Zimbabwe was an apparently attornal one party Democracy Ramaphosa a post has big problems and the means always tempting of making big gestures in response. If this Kevin was serious about restitution and redistribution we would speed up the hundreds of thousands of land claims that tremaine unprocessed in South Africa that is what it serious party would do if it was kid about land performer land redistribution the trouble is that property rights matter they are along with free and fair elections a free press judicial independence and the rule of law one of the crucial differences between functional society and a shambles property rights are also in this specific instance crucial to the foreign investment which South Africa urgently requires. Nobody is going to buy something if they're not sure they will be allowed to keep it and in fact we have said to those who are investing in no country that they shouldn't have no fear that the land property is going to be expropriated while the proposals of the presidential panel panel commendably constrained they will prompt concerns about these slipperiness of this particular slope they are of the ways to redress economic imbalance and historical injustice. The President Ramaphosa will be wearily aware that they are often more complex and long term than understandably impatient poor people would prefer he could of course set a personal example his own farm. The in Taba Neo near state in Malaga Province is reckoned at five thousand one hundred Hector's plenty to go around for monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Moolah
"boorda" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Boorda crunched for you grew abortion, Bill. I'm Barbara Kusak. As border patrol struggles to keep up with large numbers of Central American migrants reaching the US Mexico border. It said today that it would start flying families from south Texas to San Diego for processing. It was considering flights to Detroit, Miami and Buffalo New York as well. A federal appeals court ruled that President Trump's decision to send the DACA program was unlawful. Daca stands for deferred action for childhood arrivals. It refers to those who were brought to this country as children grew up here and now face the threat of deportation and appeals court in Virginia found the Trump administration's termination of Dhaka protection was arbitrary and capricious and added that, while the decision didn't have to undergo a public comment period administration officials still violated federal law by not fully explaining its decision to rescind DACA. Linda Kenyon, Washington. President Trump announced a deal with Canada and Mexico to scrap major tariffs. He urged congress to approve a new three nation trade agreement Missouri's governor pledged to sign a Bill that would ban abortion at eight weeks, with no exceptions for rape, or incest, during statehouse debate. Republican Representative berry Hovis outraged Manny as he talked about what he called consensual rapes most. My rapes were not the gentlemen jumping out of the bushes, and nobody ever met that was one or two. Time's one hundred most of them were date rights consensual rights, which were all terrible in discussing a similar Alabama Bill Republican, National Committee, chairwoman. Rhonda, McDaniel told CNN she would have made exceptions for rape or incest. A potential school shooting was averted at park rose high school in Portland, Oregon today. Police say student armed with a shotgun was wrestled to the ground by the school's football coach, the Oregonian Oregon live reports the staff member was former university of Oregon football player Keenan low who is now a coach and a security guard.
Deadly plane crash in Alaska
"The search continues this morning for survivors of a deadly plane crash in Alaska to sightseeing planes collided in the sky, killing at least four people injuring ten others are frantically searching an isolated and rugged part of Alaska for two people after a mid air catastrophe. The coast confirming it least four dead all the Boorda's sightseeing floatplane called it to Jalan beaver to another had to be rescued to the beaver and another tour plane crashed in the
Jimmy Butler pours it on as 76ers force Game 7 vs. Raptors
"In the east the Sixers stayed alive at home against the raptors in game six and Jimmy Butler. A big reason why Leonard with Leonard. By giving free. Second a race in a rip up play. God. Jimmy father's scores. Boorda row. Six fifty assault for court. Todd fifty eight forty three Dur died six doing right now. Chevy with nineteen points. Tom mcginnis seventy Sixers radio network after halftime more of the San the Sixers Trues to a one twelve one victory evening the series at three apiece Butler, finishing with twenty five points and eight assists. Ben Simmons hats
LSU hires new athletic director Woodward away from Texas A&M
"Text from the eight one two what's to keep the new AD from firing. Wade. We'll technically nothing, but the boosters and Boorda regions are there. And that's is what's gonna keep Scott Woodward who is reportedly going to be the next athletic director. And replace Joe Leyva that according to the advocate sources told them that Woodward will be the next athletic director at LSU. Of course, very familiar to everybody in Baton Rouge. She's currently the Texas athletic director that would JIMBO Fisher there and Woodward graduated from LSU Baton Rouge native. Makes sense. For a while. I think it's got what was thought got Woodward was eventually going to be on his way to Baton Rouge and LSU didn't take long today. Only relative few hours after the Joe Aleve news. We hear Scott Woodward was on his
"boorda" Discussed on KGO 810
"Boorda warning Biden's Burton. I'm Elliot Francis. Polticians and business leaders are warning President Trump that shutting down the southern border could have damaging economic consequences for the US such as blocking the international flow of goods and services. Correspondent Ed Levin. Darrow reports soak with Sylvester Ray, he's a former border patrol sector chief down the Rio Grande valley and here in L Paso, also a former democratic congressman from the El Paso areas. Well, he's spent nearly thirty years as a border patrol agent, and he questions why all of this talk of this system wide failure and why border patrol agents and immigration officials say they're so overwhelmed by what is happening down here at the border. So Vesta Raya says they should be able to handle President Clinton's the influx of Central American migrants seeking asylum is straining the immigration system. Allow makers in the UK are seeking a way out of the country's brings a troubles have rejected four other options. They were alternate. Theresa May's popular European Union divorce deal that would have softened or even halted Britain's departure from the EU may steal has also been rejected three times now Britain has just twelve days to come up with a new plan or crash out of the block in chaos. Or another woman has come forward with allegations about former vice president Joe Biden was at a fundraiser in Greenwich in two thousand nine when Amy Lotto's claims vice president Biden grabbed her by the head pulled her toward him and rubbed noses with her. She said in an interview with the Hartford current that it wasn't sexual. But at first she thought he was going to kiss her. She told the newspaper that she felt Biden crossed the line of respect, and it wasn't grandfatherly. But rather misogynistic and sexist other donors who were there said the photo session was in good fun and Biden did nothing inappropriate. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. He's there. Bismarck, North Dakota still searching for a suspect after four bodies were found inside a property management company. Authorities not saying how they were killed. And then she told me that her granddaughter, John. Are you listening to me? Of course. I am..
"boorda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A business. North dakota. Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show. So the fact is everyone thinks colleges exist teach. You a skill set to educate you, they do not exist for credential ISM, and they exist to create a social fabric, a group of people you can count on in the future when you need a job or a handout or friends now credential, so let's discuss each of these intern. Because this really does have a pretty vast impact on American society, and on the bifurcation of American society into the sort of intellectual contention, the white collar contingent and those dummies who didn't go to college, you know, that that's the attitude of the intelligentsia, and it's a wrong attitude. It's not correct. Let's talk about credential in I in our society, there's an easy way to be perceived as intellectually meritorious waive being perceived as smart, you points, your degree, in fact, when I was at Harvard law. This was literally we had a name for this. It's called dropping the h bomb in the middle of a conversation. You would say drop the h bomb and say, oh, yeah. I went to Harvard even today when people ask where he went to law school. There's like a puff of pride and went to Harvard Law School. That's the way everybody thinks of college. These days my business partner. Jeremy Boorda went to a music school. He dropped out after a couple of years. Jeremy now makes a lot of money. He's very successful guy who runs a business that has one hundred employees. Well, just a few years ago using a conversation with a very well-known right-wing figure who is not a good human being. And this this well known rightwing figure had never met me before. And they were in a bit of a conflict over an option for film and his rightwing figure called Jeremy and started asking him about his background. And when Jeremy said, he didn't go to college this person who has ager I know this person says, Jeremy. You mean, you didn't even you don't even go to college. You didn't even go to college. Why should I respect you didn't even go to college? That's the attitude. Among a lot of people who go to college why because they feel like colleges are basically filtration systems that all they are our way of filtering out smart people, and then stamping the imprimatur of university upon them, credential ISM is the most important thing. And we all do this. We all do this on the basis of where people went to school. So if you meet people one once a Yale, the other ones junior college, you're immediately going from the person who wants smarter than the person who went to junior college, which in many cases is true because gale does have high admission standards and junior college does not it is not universally true. Nor does it translate over into success. Just as IQ is in fact, an effective measurement of Nate levels of intelligence in certain areas, but it does not necessarily translate over into a level of success. In other words in Nate ability. Does not always translate over into life success or skill set. It's one of the beautiful things about capitalism. Urinate intelligence does not mean that you have provided a good or service to somebody else. It just means that you have the capacity to do certain things. So in any case colleges are designed for thing number one credential. So he can brag about where he wants to school. And then number two, they're designed for is social connections, social institutions in the United States have been fading over time. It used to be that most of us had our social connections with other people through a couple of different institutions church, and and work, but before that predating that going back to when they're a teenager, most people's social connections came from school or came from there or came from their church. Well, as churches declined and as schools became less and less of a binding commitment, particularly public schools. Parents became less and less involved with the federal government became more and more involved social fabric tended to disappear. And so in in essence, what has happened is the colleges have become a rebuilt social fabric. So Tim Carney has a very good book while alienated America that is out in the last couple of weeks in which she specifically talks about how it is that there is strong social fabric in left wing white-collar, upper class communities on the coast, and that social institutional fabric is created in large part by colleges people who went to college with each other. And they still go out for drinks. They still get jobs from one another. He says that in many cases, college social fabric has become a substitute for church, social fabric and the rest of the country. We still connect with people who go to church with the beautiful thing about going to church with people or synagogue with people is that there's no requirements to get in. There's no testing requirements you get in. There is a values requirements to get in and those connections seem to be far more durable and far more meaningful than simply we have the same IQ level. So we went to the same college. But for a group of white collar people who are not in -sconsin other social institutions your connections are created by the college that you went to JD Vance who went to Yale Law School. That's why parents are willing to pay through the nose to get their kids in because Felicity Huffman offline want to be able to say about their kids that they went to a prominent university, and they want their kids to be able to call on the resources of the people they went to school with. So they can have friends later in life and social connections. That's what this is all about. They want to be able to point at their daughter school and say, look, she's smart. She's at USC. She's smart. She's at Yale. Right. That is the goal here. And the kids wanna do the same. They never want to be questioned about their intelligence. They wanted to listen this applies across the aisle when President Trump points to his Warton degree that is what he doing. You never hear President Trump talked about what he learned at Warton. He says everything that he learned he learned actually running a real estate business, but he pointed warden so that he can say this is why smart, right? Don't question. My intellect. I went to Wharton. This sort of credential ISM is very important in American life is however not the rule of university. It's why universities are are a giant giant scam. In the second. I'm gonna tell you a story about my first day at Harvard Law School that really underscores all the stuff I've been talking about what these institutions of higher education.
U.S. officials track migrant caravan activists
"That the US and Mexican government kept a database of reporters activists and others who helped cover or traveled with a large migrant caravan from Central America NBC affiliate in San Diego says they have documents showing Boorda officials kept a database on journalists and activists who traveled with migrant caravans customs and border protection says after violent incidents at the border in November January they ID people who might have information on the instigators organizers, but that they don't target journalists based on occupation. Journalists are being targeted for. Secondary screening dot is why we have been trying under two administrations now to engage in a meaningful dialogue with CDP VHS Courtney ratchet at the committee to protect journalists as reporters have been pulled aside questions and had their devices taken at the border and ports of entry
"boorda" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The world in the nineteen fifties by William I issue cock. This is from chapter nineteen page. Four hundred seventy five about three quarters of the way through the book Republicans in the nineteen. Fifties knew how to sell a product they pioneered the use of television advertising in politics and at their national conventions in nineteen fifty two and nineteen fifty six. They mobilized actors dancers acrobats, sports figures. Crooners jugglers and sword swallows to infuse their rather. Dull message of peace and prosperity with some possess in middle nineteen sixty mid July. Nineteen sixty though is the GOP faithful gathered in Chicago at the international amphitheatre the same hall in which I can dick it their political tandem, eight years earlier, the convention planners are running out of ideas. A giant elephant elephant in Choa on loan from Louisiana proved to be too big to Amil down the aisles of the hall and had to be returned the talk. Slight parade of five hundred young Republicans had to be cancelled due to the fire hazard kerosene soaked rags plans to get Henry Fonda in the as Ebraham Lincoln a role. He had played wooden Lee in the nineteen thirty nine film young Mr. Lincoln were scotched when Fonda turned out to be a democrat half, the hotel rooms in Chicago remained empty a few days before the convention is is an absolute absence of hoopla. The top Republican leaders had serious worries. A Gallup poll on the eve of the convention showed that since nineteen fifty two the Republicans lost support among business and professional voters, white collar workers and farmers three key demographic groups, and they had made no inroads among skilled and unskilled laborers who favored the Democratic Party by a ratio four to one president Eisenhower's personal popularity at mask serious weaknesses in the Republican party as the Republicans gathered in Chicago, John Kennedy, jR, Senator with little international name recognition, led Nixon in the polls. By four points, and should add Nixon was the vice President Eisenhower, the press corps, Boorda tears by lack of drama and Republican ranks were worked hard to breathe life into the candidacies of New York. Governor Nelson Rockefeller and Senator Barry Goldwater who might they earnestly hope hoped challenge. Nixon for the GOP nomination from the left and the right? The Washington Post editorial page noted that both parties inclined toward moderate nominees like Kennedy Lyndon Johnson and Nixon, but cautioned that quote, an excess of moderation can yield a pudding devoid of flavor or shape, and quote and hope the goal Goldwater would add a dash of pepper to the otherwise bland old party's Chicago solemnities, and quote, indeed old guard supporters of the dear departed, Bob Taft. Now had a new champion in the ruggedly handsome conservative from the desert west. It was not to be Goldwater did not seek the nomination and backed Nixon Rockefeller knows veteran. Republicans destroy. Trusted for his ideological as elasticity and his vanity pressure. Nixon to adopt a number of Kentucky. Kennedy like platform planks on issues such as dispense defense spending, civil rights health insurance and housing Nixon terrified that a Rockefeller boomlet. My snatch away his long-sought Pratt prize caved into these demands before meeting with rocky in New York on July twenty second three days before the convention opened Rockefeller, intern through his support Nixon in a feeble gesture per party unity in extracting concessions, Nixon on the GOP platform, though Rockefeller managed to weaken Nixon's case that he and he alone had the toughness to confront Khrushchev on the world stage, the real challenge Nixon faced and taking a leadership of the Republican party did not come from Goldwater or Rockefeller it came from Eisenhower. Of course, I supported Nixon's presidential bids since Nixon offered the best hope of extending the Eisenhower legacy but the distance between those two men. We should always been great never seemed to wider than in nineteen. Sixty Eisenhower become the world's most respected most recognized in most liked man for all of his apparent political weaknesses and occasional lapses in his mishandled into the U2. affair occupied unassailable place in the pantheon of great figures of his time is war service alone would have placed him on histories pedestal. But he followed that with eight years of dignified leadership of a country is global power had reached unprecedented dimensions. When Eisenhower arrived in Chicago on July twenty six to address Republican convention over one million Chicagoans lined the streets along his route, the Sheraton Blackstone hotel. Shouts of joy rang through the miles of well-wishers. We like Ike signs dotted the scene along with handpainted expressions of thanks to the old warrior confetti, so dense that it stuck to ice moist and beaming face poured from the rooftops banners and flags draped every storefront lamposts in a blaze of red white and blue C two before him or behind him in the open top presidential Lincoln, Illinois Governor William g Stratton and Senator Everett Dirksen seemed like supernumeraries. Supernumeraries prairies Ike. The crowd wanted a loudspeaker and a truck following the motorcade blared out a popular tune by the four nights. I love the sunshine of your smile. The president visibly moved told reporters outside the hotel. It's one of the finest crowds I've ever seen on Tuesday evening, Senator, Dirksen, fame famously, or or or speaker in a profession known for producing magnificent windbags came to the podium in the amphitheater to introduce the president few recall that eight years earlier, Dirksen.
Super Bowl 2019: History says Rams vs. Patriots in Atlanta could be another all-time classic
"It is the once and for all finally, we have reached. Super Bowl fifty three a game that will be played down in Atlanta, Georgia. Right around six six twenty between the New England Patriots in Los Angeles. And I think it's now time for me to admit the bitterness the anger the bad feelings I had towards this year's game have to come to an end. Because now it's game time. Now, we will think about degrade. Bella check in the great Brady. Yes. Paul for. The course something we've seen quite a bit over these last seventeen eighteen years Brady and Belichick getting ready and preparing for the night's Super Bowl going up against the boy wonder the next great young coaching store in the NFL, Sean McVeigh, and he's very very talented, Los Angeles. I'm steam and remember, despite the fact that the Rams got the benefit of the whistle. And did not get that penalty. Flag down in New Orleans. Does. The fact that this Rams team all year one of Vegas favorites to win this year Super Bowl. The Rams come into this game. We're Boorda talent. That's why you think about where this line opened up opened up with the LA Rams, basically is a one point favorite. Now that has changed you're going to see New England anywhere from two and a half to three maybe it falls to two we will have to wait and see. The reason New England is going to get that. Nod as far as being a favor, according to Vegas, according to a good amount of you. It's because of what those two gentlemen, had done throughout their entire NFL careers. It's very tough to go into these Super Bowls and pick against Tom Brady and Bill bell check. And I've done it on a couple of occasions that didn't last year had success with Philadelphia Eagles for some of you. You may be did it against the Atlanta the Seattle Seahawks and you can have success when it's twenty eight three falcons. We know what happened. Now, you're probably thinking you're going to have success bet against Tom Brady and Bill Belichick went Seattle and curse makes the spectacular catch. And they're inside the five yard line and marshawn Lynch does not get the ball. And Russell Wilson is intercepted. One of the greater Super Bowl mysteries in the history of my lifetime. This patriot team all year. According to most of us. Fans media, whoever you may be maybe thought they were losing a little bit. Maybe thought that this team didn't have the same offensive firepower. How long can Tom Brady continue to dominate on the north side of forty how much gronk have left. What about the loss of Josh Gordon who they brought in to be a big play weapon? Just goes to show you when you count out the New England Patriots. You're making a monumental mistake. And our molested picked against the patriots in the division around. Bingo well against the patriots two weeks ago championships Sunday instinct classic game. No went to overtime Tom Brady and the pats Bill Belichick and the pats still at team that's left standing. The Rams dole have avenues and ways to win this game. You don't work it. The Rams, nor should you look at the Rams. The way he did on now. The two thousand seven New York Giants who were an overwhelming underdog coming into the game. And we know what happened. The giants won a game prevented the nineteen year. You don't have that here with New England in Los Angeles these evenly matched games. In fact, you could argue one through fifty three you liked the talent of the Los Angeles Rams. A little more. Not crazy. Take reds gonna win this game. If we're sitting here Monday morning, and I'm breaking down Tom Brady going five and four now in Super Bowl games. You will need to see I think to specific keys paramount. The first band, and this is a given any time you're going up against Tom Brady, you better hit him. You better get them into the ground. You'd better sack him. Your pasteurized. Gotta do some work. I won't get Aaron Donald. I look at consumer the interior pass. Rush four. The LA Rams is going to have to play a major role. You did about age rushers. You ain't going to find a better pair of edge rushers Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram. I thought off the age those guys we're gonna get the Tom Brady. But remember the game plan for New England was so good net game. He's getting rid of ball, one one and a half seconds. Two seconds bowl. It's out. So you can generate much pass rush. You get them up the middle of changes things a little bit. Aaron Donald wanna show me wise best fence player in the league. Superbowl Madama can sue who has made plenty of all pro teams over the years. Now has his chance in his first Super Bowl to go wreck. Tom Brady, he's had some big games and postseason remember one when he was with Detroit against Dallas Cowboys was in Tony romo's face. Play off the play off the play. I remember game last year. I went to data south Florida when Dominic can sue was over Tom Brady, make your life miserable. For Tom Brady to me. That's data happen. Then you have on the offensive side for LA. Todd Gurley who is one of the most electrifying playmakers in the sport. Who I would argue is the best running back in the sport. Has in. Exactly been that player. Let's be fair. Even if you look at it as a hundred yards that he had against Dallas in the divisional round. Is that what you're going to remember about that game? Of course, dont. No, you have one or two big Ron's that came was all about C, J Anderson and his ability to run the football. You at the championship game Elliott had far more success. Throwing the football running the football. We now has basically two weeks to rest up. We'll see if he's much closer to one hundred percent. I can't envision the LA Rams winning this game and Todd Gurley. He's not gonna play a major role. You know, Bella check will look to take away what you do best. Now. That's the great chess match between these still McVay and Goth trying to get to the line of scrimmage quickly. Surveying the landscape of the field and in China to figure out what they're going to do. And Bella check and his mastery China counteract at the more and more thought about that the more and more fun this Super Bowl matchup become for me. I have to admit because that idea of Sean McVeigh China show a guy. Analyzed a guy that a lot of coaches around the league now who are having great success did going to idolize Bill check because they're going to look at him as the modern day will forty gigging to look at him as a modern day Paul Brown where nobody's doing what he's doing. All these coaches seem to have a shell five all these coaches, even if they're in a job for a long period of time, they have that downturn. John Harbaugh had that downturn Tom Coughlin eventually had that downturn. Mike Tomlin now was having that downtown with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Dan, never happens for Bill Belichick and the patriots. They don't miss the postseason. They've only done so twice in seventeen years. Never missed the playoffs since two thousand eight and that was when Tom Brady tours ACL they are used to being in the big game. Wait a variety of different players, and how can McVay now with a roster has maybe a little more talent. Make the necessary adjustment. If need be at halftime figure out. All right. They're taking this guy away. We're gonna make this guy star or that guy star. It's fun
"boorda" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Boorda water supply is working to repair a water main break on palolo avenue. There are still several customers without service, but there is a water wagon down the street as well as water spigot on a fire hydrant near cow who Loa place intersection one lane remains closed near the break site and officers are in the area to contra flow of traffic more than one hundred thousand residents and visitors are expected to view the annual fireworks display that will begin at eleven fifty five pm tonight from a barge in waters off likey beach. Sponsored by members of the Waikiki improvement association. The show will be between eight and ten minutes long. It will feature designs palm trees sparkling fans. Colorful, falling leaves brocades and willows falling into the ocean before ending with a grand finale from the NewsRadio eight thirty HVAC news center. I'm Roger Murray, stay up to the minute online at cage, VH radio dot com. Get ready for the party of the year New Year's Eve with Steve Harvey live from Times Square. Most fun. You can have. Thing. Keenan Thompson, Robin Thicke Florence and the machine. Ethan Allen dean. Snoop Dogg have many more two thousand eighteen with Steve Harvey live from Times Square New Year's Eve party on television. Starting at eight seven central only on FOX. Let's get crazy. The movies when someone at a party jumps into a pool. Fully dressed everyone. Cheers them on jumps into Jesse know in real life parties, nobody jumps in after you just stupid come on jump did. Most party fouls.
"boorda" Discussed on The MFCEO Project
"If everybody was Boorda Lear, you wouldn't have books to sell. You know what I'm saying? Yeah, that's the truth. And like so many young kids, especially you guys listening and your. Dude, I'm not a leader. Guess what? I wasn't fucking leader either. Now you paid a lot of money to go talk about being a fucking leader just like you. Do you know what I'm saying? It's crazy. I was the worst fucking leader ever do I told you outside? I've ruined a ton of good people because of decisions I made. 'cause I thought I would knew what I was doing when I did it, and and then you know, it's funny because it's like it's like the dunning Kruger effect. Like when you think you're good, you actually suck. And then when you actually get good, you realize how much you don't know. And we both said that when we were talking privately said, dude, I've got a million miles to go and you go, your exact response was due. So why? And I thought that was cool man. That explains a lot about you as to why you've been successful where you are. We used to. I made up this when I was running the training for the west coast seal team's I made up these self evaluations where you grade yourself on what your tactical prowess was, how will you interacted with your troops? How well you could simplify plans, how well you could assess dynamic situations and the guys would. Themselves one to five, one being the worst and five being the best. And I just had the leaders fill out these forms and didn't think much of it at the time. And then we had this guy that was really not a good leader and real era guffawed new everything. And I went said, you know, let me look at these forms that had these guys fell out. So I pulled out his form and no kidding. He graded himself five cross the board. He was he was an expert the highest possible grade in every category that was in his mind, and he was one of the worst. In fact, he ended up getting fired fake it. So you make? Yeah. And so once I saw that, I decided, you know what I pulled up. Another guy who is a great leader who is just doing a fabulous job really respected by his guys and buy up the chain of command. I pulled out what he great himself, and he gave himself like two point three, three point one, and I actually pulled them aside. And I said, hey, man, you gave yourself really low grades, you know, what are you thinking. And he said, well, you know, like the tactical decision, like always feel like I'm a little bit hesitant and I think I could do a better job with that, and I love listening to him and it was like the switch or the connection got made in my head that was one of the strongest connections, you know, I mean, even extreme ownership, we talk about ego. That was one of the strongest connections that I made between humility being a positive thing and ego being a negative thing. Now, I have to clarify this because there's a dichotomy without as well. Do you want to have people working for you that are just all humble and no ego doing? They won't do anything. They don't care if they lose just like, hey, I'm not. I'm not that good. It doesn't matter what the score is. We just we get a partition participation, trophy, we're fine. No, we want people with ego. We want people that want to win. But when that goes too far and you give yourself five point, oh, on every single category you're not going to do. You're not gonna. You're not gonna make any adjustments. You're not gonna improve on anything. You're not gonna even. Listen to anybody. That was the thing you'd see with with these egotistical seal leaders that we would fire because they wouldn't take any advice..
"boorda" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"The wastes of the great north woods just shy of the Quebec Boorda, and we have Mr. Snerdley and Mike running out of corporate h q in New York today. Ken Matthews is going to be here. Tomorrow and told Herman comes in on Friday, we've been following what's going on in the Brett Cavanaugh hearings for his confirmation as supreme court Justice. He's county being grilled by Sheldon Whitehouse, one to me, one of the most particularly repulsive of senators, I criticized him when I was in the United. State Senate because he was calling for criminal penalties for climate. Change denies in other words, this guy. He's supposed to be American. I gather Rhode Island Rhode Island's in America is that right icon, some of these smells it is. It is still part of the union interesting because he represents Rhode Island, and he thinks that if you disagree if you have a different opinion opinion, right? That's on those things I think the first amendment is supposed to take care of. But if you have a different opinion from him on climate change, he thinks you should be subject to criminal penalties. I lose your liberty and go to jail if you don't think the planet's going to broil as climate alarmist and global warm mangas like him think then you should be going to jail and now he's boring the pants off. Judge Cavanaugh by going on about so-called right-wing funders of the federalist society this by the way from party that had Linda saw yesterday one of the cofounders the women's March and believe in sharia law who's apologized for the legal. Well, not apologize. She likes the legal systems of Saudi Arabia where the entertainment on a Friday night in Riyadh is going to chop chop square. And seeing who they happen to be be be beheading that day. So that's that's that's no problem for him. But the federalists societies so-called right wing funders are outside. Meanwhile, the stop Cavanaugh. A man dressed. Well, what is this meant to be? This is I code pink guy, and he's wearing on his body men fa- choice, and he's and he's all in pink with a with the sort of plastic wrapping over him. So he's well, what's he meant to be like a giant condom is he's looking like if he was if he was if he was looking like this in a Volkswagen beetle? In Miami Beach. And he would be a Catholic priest the police would be knocking on the windows of the canal. But anyway, he's walking around as a giant condom or a giant. I don't know what he's meant to today. Anyway, he's these are the kind this is these are the kind of guys who it's fine to do that men for choice men for choice. So you can walk around dressed like a giant penis, and that's apparently rational. But if you're a right wing funded with the federalist society, Sheldon Whitehouse thinks you're not I I mean, I said this. This guy is like the Blumenthal guy who lied about his military service in Vietnam. So you wouldn't put him up at to be a witness in a traffic accident at your local court house because he has no credibility because he's Alireza perjurer all the rest of it. Sheldon Whitehouse on the other hand is a totalitarian who thinks whose understanding of the first amendment is. So. Deficient. He thinks that if you have a different opinion from him. You should be subject to criminal penalties and go to jail that is that's that's terrific. Let's see. Oh, it's always we've been talking about this. This says going cruising. Yes. I am not in the sense of Catholic priests in a Volkswagen beetle on Miami Beach. I'm going cruising at the height of a full foliage season. I think we leave September twenty nine th and go through the first week of October and land we we depart from Montreal. We go down the Senate Lawrence and then the beautiful eastern seaboard all the way to Boston..
"boorda" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"boorda" Discussed on 710 WOR
"To bill in bellingham washington fast by the british columbia boorda bill your live on the rush limbaugh show great w with us does mark from a conservative outpost in the people's republic of washington hammet yes sir i have a serious legal question for you sir at the g seven conference will president trump receive the same canadian prosecution you suffered when president trump addresses immigration terrorism with freedom of speech well you might have you're just a little ways north of you i wound up in the robson street courthouse in vancouver my my writings were deemed where it's used to being flagrantly islamophobic which is much worse flagrant islamophobia is much worse than just regular commonorgarden islamophobia and i beat the rap and in fact we wound up getting by by the time that all that was through the canadian parliament wound up repealing the hate speech law section thirteen they'd use to come after me which was one of these is basically the the snowflake laws that if someone takes offense you've committed a crime so for example that would mean that if if i in a in an american context if roseanne tweet something about you having to planet of the apes you don't have to just be offended by that you can actually get roseanne prosecuted for that and that law was disgraceful because it basically means that the truth is no defense or opinion is no defense and if someone is offended then by definition the person who's offended them as committed a crime and that act got repealed by the canadian parliament i'm happy to say and we we can make a joke about that but it's true that if for example trump happen to announce his muslim ban as he did during the campaign at a g seven summit that could be problematic and i and i'll go back just a few years to for this because there was a period when george w bush and donald rumsfeld and dick cheney will all being threatened with war crimes charges and rumsfeld was the.
"boorda" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Israel gaza boorda so with those reports of addiction mediation we sing more international focus on the palestinian issue than that has been recently i also dumb at least analyst sebastian asha yes i mean that would certainly be true in that was very much what the palestinians have been trying to do through these weeks of protests and particularly through what happened yesterday i i mean one thing that does being criticism about both amongst palestinians and their supporters is what they see as the lack of a kind of support they used to have for me our muslim world the denunciations have come about the killings you'd expect that they'd be pretty standard from most of the arab states where once they almost sort is in their interests partly because of the concern about the palestinians but also their own domestic concerns of finding a safety valve for the anger of frustration of their own people where they would for meant anger and concern about this get people out on the streets that sir certainly hasn't happened hasn't happened for some time and i was going to say that saudi arabia which is perhaps one of the leading voices now in the arab world hadn't really said anything about what happened to particularly about the movement of the us embassy yesterday but the has been statement issued in the last hour or so by the council ministers denouncing that move saying that it's shows a bias against this story rights of the palestinians now that's all it would be limited to the fact is that a lot of arab states saudi arabia at the forefront of more concerned about their confrontation with iran and within that they see israel increasingly at the moment not as an ally that will be too much but as not an enemy in the same way that used to be out of the palestinian cause but move someone who actually shares an interest or regional interest with them over iran which they both feel israel and these other arab states is the main concern at the moment sebastian asha of the news now in the province of iran western afghanistan has been a key battle.
"boorda" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"Wireless best phones best networks no contracts team pti on casey getting caned only is this movie going to fix the raptors and get them close to a title i don't wanna be gloating about this because it's unfortunate when someone loses his job but i sat on that set a couple of days ago and i had this i told you that the way they lost that series particularly the last game when they lost i think by thirty five points and they went out and they were swept and you asked me what could be done for this team i said well you can if you're the owner if you're the gm you can fire the coach and you can go to your season ticket holders and say this is the first thing that we have to do because i don't know how you get rid of the players in terms of does it affect of what do you do you players lost the game you have to all star guards and they were no good in the playoffs to rosen i believe mike was benched the entire fourth quarter of the third game so i i don't know what effect it has on i think you could see it coming you said i move it can only be the first move just bringing another coach i don't care how good their coaches i mean you're not gonna get phil jackson of the nineteen nineties off you're not gonna get riley of the eighties in the night you're not gonna get them so you never get rid our back so you have to do some other things just bringing in a new coach tony they've been defeated their no more buffalo bills people don't get to go x number of years and losing losing losing carry that disappointment in this age of intense scrutiny is social media but they have to change some players doing casey mike boorda's you go for dwayne casey was a very good regular season co.
"boorda" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The school massacre in parkland boorda i'm clayton indictments of russians by the special council plea we weighing heavily on the president's mind this weekend i'm bob costantini in washington over one hundred sixty supposedly clean athletes from russia are competing at the 2018 olympics but one of them preliminarily tested positive for doping i'm steve cast endowment yungchiang i'm rich johnson details of a crash filled finish to the daytona five hundred why is today a great day to do some new car shopping i'm tom busby to qatar's bankruptcies approved in court i'm bill michaels as for thomas jefferson's slave this is so uh i believe related to his wife his first wife who passed away chargeable have on the whip podolsk heads of state in the book all ahead on america in the morning seven minutes after the hour students affected by last week's school shooting in florida are speaking out and organizing correspondent clayton neville has more on what's being planned students and teachers across the country are being encouraged by women's march organizers to walk out of schools on march fourteen to protest gun violence that date will mark a month since the shooting it's stillman douglas high school and parkland florida that left seventeen people dead in the days following the shooting anger began to grow as it was learned that there were plenty of warning signs that the shooter nicolas crews could carry out a violent act investigators say despite a number of encounters with police cruiser bought the aarp of team used in the shooting legally students and concerned floridians took district corners of the.
"boorda" Discussed on WLOB
"Impersonate him wishing dave permadi with malaysian amort macy's revolution boorda day macy and you did dumming a spot on and so makes macy's stand in the back door wish there and then he came when he says march dobric so do we go into real he's got upset about it whereas joke actually he burst into the studio while i'm on the air oh didn't yes and he was redfaced because i guess the we had a we had an engineer that work there and and barely told him needs laughing mad he does a great it see why would it be upset about that i should be flattered that i always imitate people but i tend to really like cair wyoming people tell me michaels do emmanuel bust in mali's on the agency your redfaced what are you doing man what are you making fun of me i think is hilarious i don't think it sounds anything like me but i appreciate the attempt i mean i think nieto flattery well that judaism imitations most serious form of flatters wither soon it is an and he had less your kim jong he has a lot of characters inside him who does michael oh yes he does he's an even make a great if if i were if i were a psychologist i would really want doctor now fees demanded there now i made that you know the jokey way okay i wanna talk to me wisconsin phil valentine talk to the phil valentine can alqaeda where's the sports where's the sports caster i'm gonna talk to him in w e i managers issued a.
"boorda" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
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"boorda" Discussed on Podcast Borracho
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"boorda" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Top ten player may be higher and he's gonna be like how do you balanced cp three and harden on the same team because when guys are that good play the other their numbers go down but it doesn't change who they are as players anyway i digress in unrelated news you gotta you gotta cup lake boorda's man nineteen million dollars guaranteed if it gets hurt this upcoming season and we talk about two hours capper expert he did quarter bag for all the are so many christian ponder is your best option after cap yeah i thought i thought okay so like i thought it was third i got i got the i got the four sign from the guy's run a glass it is posing as his thirty in the league in in in a huge jumps happening year three and four and i've he's already like really well respected and i really really good but porzingis had phil jackson drama a triangle off and system that melo wouldn't run friday which is not a very very good situation for young i try and develop melo who still there but i think will be gone i mean porzingis won't be in my top fifteen legit his list but he's going to be a top fifteen player a year from now and people redo the lewis that's gonna be i mean it's a i think it's an exciting time for the league there are so many good young guys and i it's hard to know what fold since simmons and all these guys are going to be but the guys that we do know cat is a stud anthony davis if he's healthy as a stud joel embiid if he's healthy is so so talented i mean i think kawhi deserves to be ranked so much higher than people give him credit forbes because he plays both sides the ball so effectively it's the weekend thank you for hanging out on the show rage out my sample rate job level as always adam clue thank you for being here very much appreciates my name is bill rider the show is right of the new i'm on twitter sports writers porch reit are and i.