31 Burst results for "Brig"
Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder: Chinese Balloon Is Maneuverable, Invaded Air Space
"There's a couple of things I want to play for you First of all this is Brigadier general Patrick rider The Pentagon spokesman today at the press briefing saying that the balloon actually is maneuverable Oh that's fun Cut number 5 It's moving eastward and it's over the continental U.S. It's not over Montana anymore Is the Chinese government controlling the movement of the balloon Or is it just floating with air streams Thanks Jennifer So I'm not going to go into any specific intelligence that we may have Again we know this is a Chinese balloon and that it has the ability to maneuver But I'll just leave it at that Okay So okay maneuver That's helpful So why don't we tell it to maneuver the hell out of here And go away for example that would be very helpful I would think And I started to play this for you but I had to wrap it up short but I want to get to this point that we know it is a surveillance balloon It's not a weather balloon It wasn't there looking for agricultural samples or whatever the BS was that China told us today No it's just an agriculture balloon looking for earthworms or something Whatever their lame excuse was cut number 6 Hi pat Thank you for doing this China has said this is just a weather balloon that has veered off course Why is The Pentagon convinced that this is a surveillance balloon And then can you give us a little bit more on the status of the balloon You said it's in the central central U.S. what state do you have any guidance for people as they see this balloon or they're trying to photograph it or maybe try and interfere with it Sure Thanks Tara So first of all we are aware of the PRC's statement however the fact is we know that it's a surveillance balloon And I'm not going to be able to be more specific than that We do know that the balloon has violated U.S. airspace and international law which is unacceptable And so we've conveyed this directly to the PRC at multiple levels
"brig" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"The analytics provide information. It's a data point. Information about, you know, you want to mitigate the risk position that you're in. You want to slightly increase the likelihood that you can win. Okay, the math is kind of supportive of it. And also I'm coaching this fucking football game and I know how the game has been going and I know who my kicker is and I know how my defense is playing and I know whose gas. I know who in the secondary I need to sub out like all of those things are data points that are important elements of making a complete comprehensive decision. And it's why the guys up in the booth, you know, they have analytics guys, but those guys are also football coaches, I believe, right? They're not just mathematicians. Yeah. So that's the point. If there's a hint of the idea that your quarterback has a torn labrum, I think at that point you could stiff arm the 26 year old computer nerd and say, hey, step back here. We're going to kick it. You know, like, I hate to bring blackjack back into it, but I was thinking like, okay, I think analytics nerds treat it like we do. Like when you have a two, when you have a 12 against it too, you're like, I always hit or I always stay. I'm not going to change, but there are other factors, right? If the last ten cards were picture cards, you're going to do something different than you might if there were threes and fours coming out, right? Yeah, well, so Harbaugh, who people were saying, are people thought maybe because of what happened to them last week? They have now betrayed their identity by not going on fourth down. And look at the other way. I didn't think, you know, the running I know they're running for like four and a half yards, but they don't have like that big physical runner for the fourth and short. I thought Lamar was really slappy in the game today, right? He missed throws left and right. And I don't want to give the Bengals life, I just want to go up 6. The Bengals had scored ten points to that point that had a bunch of three and outs. I was getting pressure on burrow, and I'm going to make the bet that they can't go 80 yards and get 7. And even if they get to 7, I'm going to bet on my guy to come back down and the best field go kicker of all time. I don't know. I just feel like this isn't like cut and dry. It's not like it says 82%. They should have gone versus 75% that they shouldn't. So they should have gone. You have to weigh the situation. I thought it was debatable. At least, yeah. I want to put devil's advocate with you, even though I a 100% agree with you. I didn't know if you afford the one. I didn't know you could have players push you now. Legally. So that does, I mean, really, at this point, we should have a center and a quarterback and 9 guys pushing from behind. That's what I want to see. That's how you got to get the yard. Yeah, they should have like the undertaker. Yeah. Exactly. For sure should be a position. It would be the pusher. When Michael Carson's brig Parsons and let him be a pusher, well, what did Stanley do today? What was it? It was fourth and one on his own 46. Yes. Up to one .4. And he just showed that content, right? Yeah. Pretty much like Jacoby Prosecco, 60 yards to beat me. And the play call sock two, but that's just a whole other part of it. But yeah, these guys are getting a little too crazy. I don't know. And that's why everyone's doing three. Well, the thing is, this is when it started with the pat's colts game where Belichick went for it in his own 28.
In the Spirit of Transparency, We'd Like to See Some of Liz Cheney's Texts Too
"MSD in ceased efforts did any CNN or New York Times staffers did they bother to send text messages to Joe Biden or Kamala Harris or Nancy Pelosi asking them to tell the BLM thugs to stand down? I'd like to see I'd like to see those text messages. And shoot for the in the spirit of transparency, I would love to see Liz Cheney the daughter of Dick's emails bashing Donald Trump. Let's see all of those. Let's see why she despises Donald Trump so much. Let's see those emails. I mean, if in fact, we're going to have this conversation if you're going to go after Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham and Brian kilmeade, then you know what, let's have that conversation. But they don't want to have that conversation. And the reason why ladies and gentlemen is, this is all about stopping Donald Trump from running in 2024. And if that means sending Mark Meadows to the brig, then they're going to do it. If it means shutting all of us down and shutting down social media, they're going to do that. But we can't let them we can not let them get by with this. We just can't. We've got to take a stand.
"brig" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"All right, the trailer card. Did you guys, first of all, I don't understand what is going on with this. Okay, it was gonna triangle. And they said it was like a hybrid of MMA in boxing. It was all boxes. There was no MMA. We were trying to triangle. Like what's half of an octagon and half of a square is a triangle? What's going on at the geometry? It was crazy. So supposed to be MMA versus boxing, right? And Shannon Briggs had the boxing team and rampant had to end my team. Now these two together are hilarious. Like they really should remake like how high with those two because they're just constantly barking at each other and Shannon brig is like, you know, let's go jam. Let's go champ. And he said he was mad at him because he wanted to play BA baracus in the 18 but he turned it down. And then rampage said he could hear Shannon. Hello and people say they turned it down. Like, oh, did you? You turned down a major motion. What else did you have to do? That you couldn't make time for a major motion. Okay, sure. You turned it down. And then rampage would say he could hear him saying, let's go champ by himself when he's naked in his own room. These two together are hilarious, but I gotta say, all right, first of all, the Frank Mir pula fights. This is like, you know, Frank Mir is all in one as a boxer. Oh, and one. This guy Poole was 28 and two. With his only losses coming to Klitschko and Anthony Joshua, right? So pretty good fighters. And he brought Joshua like ten months ago. It wasn't like he fought him like, you know, Frank Mir was never a striker. Like, even when he was like, UFC champion, it was his jiu-jitsu at a grappler. Dude, they're going to get somebody killed in this organization because there was no reason for this fight. I understand, well, Frank Mir signed up for great. A lot of fighters would do a lot of stupid things. But they're going to get somebody murdered. And that's almost what happened because Dan Merkel, this guy was I never saw a guy out on his feet, didn't know where he was in round one. You saw it quickly, mccorkle. You know how you always do? Yeah. You could tell there was in a boxer and an MMA fighter. You saw those straight quick punches. The Frank Mir had no idea were coming at him. And man, it was sad. I want to know what mattered loud I was doing. What world was he in? Where he let him take those extra shots and then at least give him a standing 8 count, something. You know what I mean? Like, he's not going to get somebody killed, man. That was, I thought I couldn't believe it. I watched replay I kept hearing people say that he's going to get somebody killed. You know whatever. It was worse than I heard online. Like it was bad me. And I don't understand. So they gave suppose that it gave Mike Perry a $150,000 for his fight, right? Two 50. I heard two 50. And they gave me a million or something. And then they gave the other. It was $3 on the event. It was $3. And where are they getting his money from? And they pay Metallica. Metallic is not doing anything with fucking cheap. I mean, what? Oh my God..
"brig" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg daybreak Asia for this Friday November 12th in Hong Kong Thursday November 11th in New York coming up this hour U.S. stocks rises invests Mel fears over higher inflation Alibaba singles day hits a record and SoftBank says it can invest 5 to $10 billion in India next year She granted indefinite rule by the leader of the party U.S. warns of potential Russian invasion of Ukraine Cop 26 may run into the weekend I'm at Baxter with global news Will Barcelona have any money to spend during the January transfer window I'm Dan Schwartzman I'll have that story more coming up in Bloomberg sports That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Asia On Bloomberg 11 three zero New York Bloomberg 99 one Washington D.C. Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco Syria's exam one 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business app We had a little pop in the U.S. equity market today We are getting set for the final trading day of the week in Asia Early going in Sydney has the ASX 200 pushing higher We'll talk more about the market in a moment If you're joining from the region in the apec good morning I'm Doug Chris at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York which I am indeed done I'm Rashad Salaam at Hong Kong Linda de brig presented by IBKR investment adviser switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions no ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests that I became a dot com slash IA Doug you saw this pop up in stokes and got all the dollar index continuing to go higher Definitely the Bloomberg dollar spot index was up about three tenths of 1% and much of the equity market was able to recover from that tell off yesterday but to be fair the sting from that hot rating on October retail inflation lingers as does the possibility of the fed becoming a little more hawkish as our opinion columnist John authors was saying today the narrow issue of whether this inflation is transitory has now been settled It isn't John says the much tougher questions are how long will it last How bad will it be and what can we do about it Well today we had the S&P 500 up just a tenth of 1% Gains here led by material and information technology shares the NASDAQ comp was up about a half of 1% on that tech strength however the Dow lower today by about four tenths of 1% What a rally we had in U.S. listed Chinese shares the NASDAQ golden dragon China index finishing up about 5% The blowout sales numbers for singles day for Alibaba helped to drive that stock up about 2.4% rival JD.com rallying by more than 8% and we got reports on DD preparing to relaunch its apps in China shares in the U.S. on duty were up about a tenth of 1% today No trading in U.S. treasuries the market closed in observance of Veterans Day will get the Tokyo session underway in about an hour from now the ten year was last quoted in New York yesterday at just under one 55 frisch Absolutely And of course so one of the reasons why we're getting that pop in Asian or Chinese stocks This is in New York as you mentioned Doug is Alibaba and singles day and that shopping festival hitting a record $84.5 billion worth of sales He has Bloomberg's.
Rep. Madison Cawthorn Discusses Stuart Scheller's Release From the Brig
"Let's go to north carolina's eleventh congressional district to welcome. I believe he may be the youngest congressman on capitol hill madison cawthorn. Welcome to america. I have great being on with your brother. Anything it starts out with america. I you know. I love it. That's the reason why we call it. America first not the said gawker show. Okay i asked you in the break. We have this update the breaking news that they have released. A colonel shelling from shallow from the brig you have spoken to his legal team just a few moments ago so tell us the latest out. What what Do listeners across the nation. Needs to know. I talked to several organizations that are involved with colonel sheller. And what's ridiculous is. This is a man who stood up and criticize The boss withdrawal from afghanistan that left thirteen servicemembers dead. And because he stood up to this incompetence he was forced to have a mental health screening and then sebastian he has been stuck in solitary confinement in campbell. Jim it's terrible but right now he's going to be heading to a court martial very soon. It's going to be closed doors so you can take that on. Its surface for that how it's going to be Probably a gag order going to come down And you know even as a member of congress. I can't even go in there to try. And defend him it's it's ridiculous the amount of obscurity the biden administrations wanting to have in this
Parents of Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller Say How You Can Support Their Son
"My hair is steering Kathy scheller Parents of marine lieutenant colonel Stewart sheller is sitting in the brig For doing pretty much what Millie did Millie spoke to a number of Washington Post and other reporters For their books they were all anti Trump and the difference is lieutenant colonel Stewart sheller was up front He was an anti anybody He was talking about the disaster in Afghanistan because he was concerned about the lack of accountability while it was taking place And I would argue that general Millie has the head of the joint chiefs his responsibility under federal law is that he reports to the commander in chief in the Secretary of Defense He has no command and control authority whatsoever to advise them And I suspect he never told the commander in chief he was talking to reporters who were hostile to the commander in chief And he doesn't serve in the brig He is celebrated on many new shows and media platforms Stuart and Kathy want to ask you a question Number one you folks need to raise any money to defend your son Go ahead Steve Well people have had thousands of people asking how can we support Number one our son chose Eddie and Andrea Gallagher's foundation called the pipe hitters foundation dot org And they can go on that site at pipe hitters foundation dot org and at the top they'll find who they support and they'll find lieutenant Stewart lieutenant colonel Stewart seller and they can donate
Outspoken Marine Officer Who Went Viral Blasting Military Leaders Over Afghanistan Is Jailed
"There's marine officer named lieutenant. Colonel stewart sheller his meteoric rise as jim garrity over at national review describes. It came from this video resigning. My position as the united states marine effective now forfeiting my retirement on title. I don't want single dollar. I don't want any money from the va. I don't want any. va benefits. I'm sure title to one hundred percent. all i have. Four was accountability of my senior leaders. When there are clear obvious mistakes that were made. I'm not saying we can take back what has been done. All i ask for was accountability for people to comment on what i said and to say yes. Mistakes were made. And how did they done that. I would have gone back into rank and file submitted. An accomplished what i wanted. Follow me and we will bring the whole system down. I am honorable and you ask any marine. Who served with me for seventeen years. I dare you to ask them all and find out what i made of show. He walked away from a pension. That i'm reading was worth two million dollars. Seventeen years of service. You know what happened. After that video. He was ordered to undergo a mental health screening and then according to his father he was thrown in the brig where he sits. Now he's behind bars Sheller senior told the media outlet task and purpose. All our son did is ask the questions that everybody was asking themselves but they were too scared to speak out loud. He was asking for accountability. They had a gag order on him and asked him not to speak. He did and they incarcerated him.
"brig" Discussed on E-14 Podcast “The Sailor’s Voice”
"The navy's As a second class petty off stands for enlisted in. Say he's talking about five pay grades now in fourteen is no such. There's no such thing as e fourteen. I was just going to get to that. It's bars i know if you're an e nine in the In the navy and e nine is a master chief petty officer and and and even in some cases special in some ways. And then we drop the we move onto. W and where did you come up with e fourteen. What's that mean is one you a one one four and put it together. Well here's the deal jamie's are you in. Are you a seaman recruit. Jamie thirteen young seaman recruit. So thirty eight j. Yes you do actually. I'm answering jamie's question. Yes look young. Guys are the best looking couple. I think i've ever seen let me tell you something when you when you buy a a and there's that fake urine it that you're supposed to replace if you guys were in it. I believe the away but like you said he nine. You're right that's as you can go. That's mash gpa. officer. I am a senior officer. Jamie's e six. That's still pretty. Dang high six yeah petty officer first class super powers combined power by forty years experience. We make fourteen. Well maybe we'll use it real special. Victor those who were listening right now to the show or saying themselves house mike on the all these things the one two three. I don't know what the hell any of that means. Well that's what the web is for. And i will make sure that the links are in the show notes as i always do on every single episode. There's no mysteries here. Folks no mysteries at all especially in the navy right. There is absolutely no secrets at the government is keeping none whatsoever zero. That's right folks. My goodness i was looking on and this is a little slightly off topic. It may or may not make the show if it does. I'm gonna leave that part in a friend of mine has an unhealthy obsession with aircraft carriers. He warships. I'm sorry all right just one more one more i let me think. Let me think my okay. My dog joined the navy now. He's a subway. And since. I'm a sound engineer. I thought that that one was really know speaking speaking of speaking of so you started e for team and i've listened to the show and since we're talking now to my listeners of micro break. Why don't you guys tell us a little bit about the show and what we might expect from. So we started the show originally. We weren't real sure where we wanted to go. We started taking some nautical terms and putting those into civilians or everyday life terms and then it became a platform where we realized that sailors Needed a voice in they needed. Be heard in you. Know we call it the deck plates So basically you know the floor walking the floor. What would you hear sailors speaking about. What concerns them in so then we started taking it to those topics like mental health leadership Preparing for your your board. You know package to become a chief petty officer and we. We started interviewing people that could help the sailors and also interviewing sailors in san figuring out. What their voice is so that we could get it out and amplify it. Well i mean that's well put jamie and quite frankly i haven't heard it's equal. I think that e fourteen sorta stands alone almost an in. Its own genre. There might be some stuff out there. It's probably very political. Or it's bad mouthing the military and things like that and that just I it's like if you look if you don't like something. Well it's not as easy to quit right folks. There's a there's this thing goal court martial. Look you're not gonna make a career out of it you're gonna go two years or four years and you're going to get out and say okay. That really wasn't for me all remaining mistake. Another thing in this comes up quite often is is when you join the military and i think i might have heard this your latest episode. You know what. I heard a lot on your latest episode. I'm still actually listening to it. I think i have about fourteen minutes left. Which for me is another weeks worth. Listen so folks. I'm gonna i'm gonna tell you this we're gonna come back after this short break because i've got a lot to say and i want to hear with fourteen podcasts. As the replied so we come back. We're going to continue our interview with the lovely jamie and heath brig and fourteen podcast right after this..
"brig" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Decline. Brian profit radio. I'll be right back to see is a hope to see brig hanging do artur lays on the waves more mation good appropriate radio and now it's time for lessons. Shake up this program to bring you a news bulletin..
"brig" Discussed on Decorating Pages
"And she got it and always arms like we. Could we get some. Did you ever see her. Show with frederick flipping flipping house. Nobody i've i've seen. I've seen him in other movies. I like frederick. But then i hate him. I had seen him in those movies before. I never seen that. It's almost like you see a teacher at your teacher. Schuster heart we're talking about. Apparently he's done some point. Yes yes I don't know the next one. Is stephanie holman. I don't know her. Okay kyle richer is this i. It's almost like the tara. I love this house. It's also not modern farmhouse. Which is why like yeah like straight up classic old beverly hills looking house with like the really brig rounded driveway and this gorgeous sculpted backyards. An awesome awesome. I also like i'm coming new to these women and i'm currently a fan of all of them nother houses but i'm a fan of like there's there's not there's not a woman on on on we're talking about season eleven's and twelve. Yeah there's not one of them. That i'm like i can't stand this one. Yeah it's entertaining i. I think we're i know people are polarized by lease rent. I know not. Everyone likes kyle. But i'm like i'm fine. I got nothing i got. No i miss lisa. Vanderpump ramona singers hampton towel can get into this woman..
"brig" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Post. Starting to get into the baseball coverage in the late seventies coming from zoo. Bob brig the legendary. Bob brag and over the years the commission so many different stories. So we thought we'd sit him down. Run through all of it. Memories of jack buck Mike shannon who's working with right now. Currently working on a book with mike shannon. Also tony larussa whitey herzog stories. Throughout the years and that one time he was covering leon spinks he got kicked out of the press conference. By mr t. All part of the fifty years in the business for the one and only commissioner coma really is a gentleman always pleasant and for years. When tony larussa would conduct his interviews he would sorta quiet everybody down and look at rick just kind of nod and that meant that the commission would go first rick hummel so he is subject of the latest kilcoyne conversation. It's presented by b and g. Tuck point the best in the brick. 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I feel like i have a lot of rick. Hummel knowledge but it's all loosely correct and two when people talk about the commission. I always say that's not because he's a baseball aficionado. And he could have been the commissioner. It's about an office pool or am i. Am i in the ballpark here. Well yes Office pools reports part of it. But the the main reason why i guess was. We had this football dice. Football league apa football very complicated. Big boards at player cards referencing. How guys did during the previous season you know. I played it as a kid baseball. And you'd roll an eleven especially. Yeah home runs in baseball much easier. Football very complicated and we hit about anywhere from nine to sixteen players depending on what your it was and only a couple of us knew how to read the boards. Mostly me and and so. I ended up going to all the games whether my team was playing or not fishy. Did you know otherwise would have taken five or six hours. Took three as it was so went back to. Ap that was a great man. The baseball cards. And willie start. I feel like he hit eighty homers from one summer league is it always the role of the day when he's not you feel better about know. Roll a good number right now. Does anybody call you. Rick like just your wife say commission to your kids say commission. No no nobody else. Well i mean My wife very occasionally but most often just ricker ricky and the kids. You know dad but at the ballpark. It's all come in a lot of it is and and i think it was. Maybe like shooter. When he was here in the early eighties it gets passed down from one generation of players to the next on the new players. Commend you know and and and they'll call you record whatever and then somebody will them. We actually call them commissioned and so so the day that somebody calls you commission never called you that before you the day holiday. Call me commissioner wheeled around. I what you're talking to make. I mean obviously. Somebody told holiday. Yeah hey that's the commission. Yeah okay When you started did you think. Hey i'm gonna. I'm gonna do this for a long time. When you're seventy five years old. I still see the ballpark. The players still call you commission. Did you think you'd still be doing it at this point. No when i started in newspaper didn't have any great desire to be covering any particular sport. I just wanted to be a sports writer and i didn't baseball seemed to be far far away. Because that's the one i followed the most as a kid and they seem bigger than life players. You know they were like gods and you you were in there on their by their presence in your mind anyway So i didn't have a chance to do that for the first couple of years. I was there. I did high school stuff. And that was fine and some college stuff M and amateur boxing and little hockey and Readily some baseball and seventy three. I started doing some baseball and became like a number three guy than a number two guys couple years later i'd be doing for thirty four games a year. Nineteen seventy eight. Keiko was our baseball writer. And he got promoted in the office two executive position and he said he once you do this. Baseball was like may of seventy you. This baseball the rest of the season. And i said all right and said Let me know if you like it or not. If he likes matures. And so i said i will i. I'll tell you and i liked it. And from then on from they may have seventy eight. Cover the team for until twenty two thousand one. Full time you know. It became kind of a hybrid rider. After that. i'm.
"brig" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Dave Freeman Morning Edition, and the California report all ahead next. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sarah McCammon and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. The United States and the European Union have reached the truths on a long running and costly trade dispute involving two big aircraft makers Boeing in the United States. An Airbus in Europe. The US and EU say they're doing this to focus on a common competitor, China. This is the latest in a theme during President Biden's trip through Europe and NPR's Frank Langfitt has been covering it all. Hey there, Frank. Hey, Good morning, Steve. And I want people to remember you're in Europe. Now. You've covered China in the past, so you're well positioned to cover this story. What was this dispute about? Well, it's it's quite a story. This goes back like 17 years is quite a saga. The US accused the EU of illegally subsidizing the aircraft maker Airbus. They won tariffs at the WTO, the World Trade Organization than the EU also made similar accusations and they got tariffs. So all together like I think it's 11.5 billion, they were able to hit each other's exports with With tariffs. You're talking everything staying from tractors to wine to cheese. I even went up to a Scottish whiskey maker and under the rules, the W T. W T O. If you win these tariffs, you can hit all kinds of products. And so there's basically been the stalemate and really a cause of friction between these two enormous economies, the European Union and the number one economy in the world, the United States, so it's touched many things beyond aircraft makers then and why. Why would they end the dispute now? China. I mean, it's the answer to a lot of questions these days. If you remember you go back to the eighties and the nineties, China was the workshop of the world made toys made T shirts. China has been climbing the value chain over the last 25 years there working on AI Internet. They want to build Brig. World brands and one of those is they want to get into airline airplane manufacturing. They have a company based in Shanghai when I was there back in 2000, you know, 56 years ago called the Commercial Aircraft Corporation or Komac, and what the Americans are saying is that it's on track to become a legit, legitimate rival of these two other companies. And it surprised me a little bit because I remember covering Komac and back Then a number of years ago, people in the airline industry thought, uh, you know, it's so complicated. The Chinese are not going to be able to do this that quickly but apparently from the EU and US perspective. The Chinese are really coming along. And this is what Catherine tie I should say she is the the U. S Trade representative. This is what she said to reporters in Brussels just moments ago. Instead of fighting with one of our closest allies, we are finally coming together against a common threat. We agreed to work together to challenge and counter China's non market practices in the sector in specific ways that reflect our standards for fair competition, Frank I certainly didn't know they were going to take this step. But you can sort of see it coming at the beginning of the Biden administration when you heard people close to the administration indicate The President Biden wanted to confront China in coordination with US allies and especially U. S allies in Europe. Absolutely. And I think what's interesting is that he so far the trip is going at least rhetorically pretty well for him, and that he's gotten supported the G seven to call out China on human rights in NATO What we saw just yesterday, calling China challenge of the international system and so what we're seeing is more of it now, basically people putting down their trade weapons and saying We're really going to focus on what we think is the real challenge economically. China Frank. Thanks for your insight, as always. Great to talk. Steve NPR's Frank Langfitt is in London. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Sarah McCammon..
"brig" Discussed on Epicenter
"And so it us a little bit about this ecosystem like what exists out there in the tornado cash ecosystem and what kind of things would you like to see develop because it seems like a pretty. I mean to me anyway. It seems like a pretty straightforward thing like it's an enemy pool. What kind of things can we build on top of that. There are a few simple things that come to mind like. Not a solution like will act the communication for example so some things like some simple things are needed to be done But in terms of more complex than a few proposals about how to manage change or some people call it dust for example if you withdraw one ether and then spend half of with something. Now you have half ether. Say seating in some address. And you'll can do much with it like you cannot Make it private again and everything you do with it will be connected with your previous transactions that that spent this half ether Sold there are a few proposals how to make those like small pieces private again. So what are the things. That i thought was really interesting. on turn. Cash website is the compliance tool. When i saw it. It's like the talking about regulatory compliance or is there some other form of compliance that I'm not getting here but yeah it is a tool to sort of ensure that transactions and special users can be compliant with the local tax regulation. What's the complaint tool. And why did you choose to build us into tournament. Cash compliance to allow us to proof the link between deposited was draw and it gives connecticut's user f- freedom to disclose his information to someone so the financial information is not forced to be completely hidden and user has now power to decide who they want to see this information for example if they want to send those private funds store and exchange and then exchange ask them about origin of funds or something like this they can easily prove where the funds come from and possible check. This can be used for tax compliance or kc or things like this but nobody except the us. has the power to disclose it. Yeah i remember while ago. There were exchanges. Who won allowing uses to send mixed tokens to them for. I think it was an issue with with them. The was abby wallet and finance. But i'm sure they also the exchanges who put some measures in place set correct. I'm actually not aware of all this Can really comment much. But i didn't hear about like muster streak of like this. When you use compliance tool i guess as a user you provide some sort of of an attestation that will allow third party to read the information about the origin of the transaction. Doesn't that sort of open up a vulnerability though where by sharing it with one user. You effectively opened the possibility for this information to be made fully public because once you've started with one user that or that this other party that other party can effectively share that information with the world and thus making transaction anonymity cash obsolete. How does one protect themselves against attack on their privacy and is it a am. I correct in assuming that this is the case. This is correct. The best way would be to only share your private information to other people. you trust. The they don't it. Most people will probably use this in the case of exchanges requesting some sort of origin of funds for kyc or for tax purposes things. It assumes that you have to trust that these third parties are either not going to get hacked or Won't disclose the information. Yeah i'm curious. Are you familiar with The upcoming Mika brig literary proposal in europe and the provision in therefore privacy coins and anonymous transactions nope in europe There's a regulatory proposal. Markets in crypto Assets that in its current. Drafting aims to make Privacy coins forbidden. If that would be the case then regulated exchanges could be forced. This is just like my interpretation of it but you know regulated exchanges could be forced to like to posits from addresses that i've interacted with these protocols or or even stop trading privacy coins like z. Cash etc do you feel that perhaps protocols like tornado cash in the future could end up in sites of national or supranational regulators that you want to make these kinds of transactions or these kinds of anonymous crypto protocols Forbidden i don't think so because Very easy for exchange to ask about origin of funds. Send for user to prove where those funds come from. When users showed their compliance report to an exchange the funds are no longer private for this exchange like they can see where they come from. So i don't see any problems here. Okay so let's talk about the larger ecosystem for a little bit so basically if you look at tornado. Cash and other privacy preserving solutions. I mean. you've got solutions that have their own blockchain's like z. Cash and monaro. And then you have things that kind of go on top of theorem such as you money so basically tornado. If you look at it. It's a well designed exhibit at its core. It's it's a mix so basically if you look at ck money Which has this. ck z. Cash like she sheared clearly. The use cases for that much broader and encompass many more things than tornado does so my question is what does your roadmap look like. And how do you plan to position you yourself in the new presence of things like k. Money i think most solutions Moving the similar direction and try to be seelert. Ozk which was Like one of the first researchers in this area so i guess solutions will look like this and their original tornadic cash implementation was the like fast way to do privacy but in the future it should also be pretty similar. Like allowed turns action since stuff and as for separate blockchain's currently privacy has lower transaction. Count mostly because stadium is much more expensive than manera for example but with new releases of layer two technology in this year List can change like the separate blockchain's the only thing they can do is to transfer money privately but on thiam transferring money privately will be only one of many features in the ecosystem so the privacy coins as a separate blockchain is lifts convenient for most users so awesome move in the direction of and layer twos end this the debt action for tornado. So before.
"brig" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"And brig let you to shop so we can get too wrapped up all right baseball fan. We don't forget to jump on the shop at nine plus dot com it's nine p. l. us us dot com. I'm wearing my Summer series right. Now it's our. I speak fluent baseball's with his t shirt says it's in all those neon kind of eighties throwback colors and i'm actually wearing a salt lake. Bees hat right now. This is their copa hat. I thought it matched nicely and went with the theme of this week. And it's their behalf the salt lake city. A betas hat and is fabulous. Back here my shelf. You can see the top. I don't know if you can see it. But i've got my greenville drive copa hat as well featured and we love it so brad what you said. You have your hat on today. I do. And i also have my seattle foul line shirt on the three twenty six down the right field..
"brig" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"Best reason i'm with t. Mobile i mean there are a couple but honestly i have not jumped ship because they give me free baseball every year for four years. I'm totally there with you because we're probably going to be switching our plan here coming up next year and i was like well. T. mobile's the only option like that's the only place to go. Because that's it he's deal that's all man and their coverage network is getting bigger and more robust anyway so origin oranges. I suppose but baseball for free. I'm telling you that doesn't get better than that so to that'll be this morning for those of you listening on today's show that's this morning. It's available. I think as like seven am seven. Am eastern or something like that you can jump on and get at it so we wanted to bring that to your attention right on greg. Good yes we do. Have a few current events brig. Let's go ahead and get into those real quick so okay in your words. You told me that the yankees are already a mash unit. Yeah let's explore this no to know who are on the we have with the yankees That are that are injured already. Luke luke void look voice injured so they had to bring in a new they. They signed get ready. Jay bruce they signed jay bruce to come in and play first base in the interim while we wait for look. Vote to get healthy. It's fine it's going to be fine. I want what is with mike. Ford is he is he just not that good or something down at triple a. I don't understand okay. I'm confused might be the is that he's a minor leager and they want to have a minor leager in there. Maybe i understand that. But he's come up a couple of a handful of times in the past and he's held his own. I mean not great. But i wonder what jay bruce will do. That's different. that's all. I'm saying promote from within i have i have brig before i move on. Yeah how old do you think jay. Bruce is thirty two your off by one. He's thirty three hazy. He's thirty three. He's been around for so long..
"brig" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast
"Harvest tire cannot give john wrote which salute boban to dosa. Are those portable to mean. He surely nicklen quarterback dim down into sugar. Him recommend tomorrow him throw into air commercial. Pull up porrini. Dominican partisan will pursue to recommend to panic in A personal stuff about him on acta dictator to me expectation. Monotony explaining blood appreciable body negatively expected. Ghani victor salaam verdict syndrome. Today tomorrow to me kennel. I mean one more act. I mean boiling bora. Which will put this alumna on me amar collection bomber baggage philip targets illinois target phillip or more mean countess alone. Boy will schindler's lotion. Me research. the seller remain dected asylum. Emergency boiler a michel early in more brig without the famous buying up on the share Dopaminergic behind regarded. Ken bishop washer. That's already start to journal proteome an interesting by interesting openly support gorski collection one hundred coats more than two..
"brig" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Misunderstood, and all the negative public imagery is not justified crying about it. One scalper named Jordan claims to have secured 25 PlayStation fives and has been re selling them at double. The retail calls exactly what he says He doesn't feel bad about it at all, saying This'll is no different than how other businesses operate, and he's simply acting as the middleman quote. Don't hate the player hate the game way. I hate you for using that quote. That's a very business like, quote broke. Yeah, I believe Bill Gates is the first one to say that. And if you're thinking that computer security companies will catch up to these guys think again because the bots that the scalpers use not only can check out in under three seconds, but they're programmed to bypass the three D secure test to make the transaction happen. I'm not a robot. Yes, they got it. They can find a stop sign when I can't it's amazing. Yeah, I know. I can't pass those tests letter like the brig. Things next laser stories out of the world of relationships if you're looking for a loving, faithful partner. New research shows that you should stay away from anybody that has an iPhone. Okay, Hiding my iPhone relationship Study of over 2000. People suggest that Android users are better partners don't know different cause I've known I'm the best guy. I want girls listening that don't know how great I was just re posting this study over again. It is one of my android sex. Not only were Android users, Leslie Likely to have annoying phone habits that cause fights and relationships. But they're better listeners and more in tune with what their partner needs. Not true. But researchers think this all comes down to how addicted people are to their phones. And android users are just simply better at putting the device down. When I had an android, I was way better disconnecting that I am with. I think it doesn't work as well. People don't like to reply. Text. Yeah, just screwed up the whole pity. But it's not all good news for them. A different relationship study did conclude iPhone users were more likely to get action. Oh, this explains a lot, Jose so well, it might be harder for an android user to get a partner once they do. They're more likely to hold on to them. As long as they're not locked onto their phone. It sounds like they don't have any other options. Yeah, I've always wondered if this guy was an android or iPhone guys. Maybe neither does I could see him. Being a landline type of guy E. He's already pretty proficient at laying cable.
"brig" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"There you go, Balto. Terrible because economy polos have been practicing that name for the last half hour. So, uh, I know that this was up on the coast to coast am dot com website last on on Thursday this past Thursday, but I missed it. And someone just sent this to me. This stunning admission The Pentagon, admitting it has been testing wreckage. From UFO crashes and findings. These findings may change our lives forever, experts say. Again. The Pentagon has admitted to holding and testing wreckage from UFO crashes in a bombshell Freedom of Information Letter shared with the sun in the UK researcher Anthony Brig. Alia Wrote the Defense Intelligence Agency requesting details of all U F O material, which they hold and results of any tests. Had been carrying out on it, he wrote. This could include physical debris recovered by personnel of the Department of Defense as residue flotsam shot off material or crash material from Unidentified aerial phenomenon or unidentified flying objects. You see the key with ease. Thies. Freedom of information requests is asking the right question, because if you don't ask, specifically the right question You won't get the right response any way you can find that in the in the new section to scroll down a little bit. It's I believe our Web master Sean, latter sort posted that Last Thursday. And while Europe it coast to coast am be sure to become a coast insider because then you'll gain access to the art bell volts, which is a wonderful, curated collection of vintage art Bell shows. And they add two new art bell programs to the collection each and every week off for about 15 cents a day and again to become a coast insider,.
"brig" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Go. Felt terrible because economy polos have been practicing that name for the last half hour. So, uh, I know that this was up on the coast to coast am dot com website last on on Thursday this past Thursday, but I missed it. And someone just sent this to me. This stunning admission The Pentagon, admitting it has been testing wreckage. From UFO crashes and findings. These findings may change our lives forever, experts say. Again. The Pentagon has admitted to holding and testing wreckage from UFO crashes in a bombshell Freedom of information letter. Shared with the sun in the UK researcher Anthony Brig. Alia Wrote the Defense Intelligence Agency requesting details of all U F O material, which they hold and results of any tests. Had been carrying out on it, he wrote. This could include physical debris recovered by personnel of the Department of Defense as residue flotsam shot off material or crash material from Unidentified aerial phenomenon or unidentified flying objects. You see the key with ease. Thies. Freedom of information requests is asking the right question, because if you don't ask, specifically the right question You won't get the right response any way you can find that in the in the new section to scroll down a little bit. It's I believe our Web master Sean, latter sort posted that Last Thursday. And while Europe it coast to coast am be sure to become a coast insider because then you'll gain access to the art Bell vaults, which is a wonderful, curated collection of vintage art Bell shows. And they add two new art bell programs to the collection each and every week off for about 15 cents a day.
"brig" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In the brig break down and this car went off the road into a tree by 1 25 and will meet and it's still there with us. Laurie. Granted, they'll be busy traffic on the three. So here's the deal is winter storms go. This is really not all that bad. The issue is is that we haven't been used to it because we've had consistently above average temperatures and very little precipitation. In fact, the last major snow storm came in the fall final days of fall. But still here It is winter and we've got 45 inches of snow in some communities this morning and the snowflakes are still dropping here. In Boston. But the end is coming. As far as the snow is concerned. We will see some ocean effect snow flurries and showers throughout the rest of the day today and then maybe another round tomorrow as well. We did say that this was gonna be a lingering snow storm. Although not much just to get from it, too. We will nonetheless need toe. Shovel off the driveway. More than likely. It's gonna son is going to return to us on Friday, however, temperatures they're gonna be cold only in the teens. This could be some of the coldest air of the past several years coming just in time for the weekend. 28 few snow flurries continue here in Boston. It's 8 35. Let's get you back out on the roadways. Now! WBC's Laurie Kirby checks in from Route three A on the South Shore if you're coming in from the South Shore. Definitely slowed down. The secondary roads are tricky right now. Some of them are still completely covered in snow. They've not been treated. They've not been plowed, and it's just a thin, icy layer, but it makes for a slippery sheet. Underneath the tires is the kind of situation where you're driving down the road. Slowly you get to the red light. You hit your brakes and you begin to skid through the red light. So we do need to take it easy out there, even as the snow starts to come to an end, Long range forecast is looking at maybe a couple of other systems affecting us in the next week or so. It's getting more active out in about sous far as weather concerned. Weather patterns are concerned, but maybe after this about maybe a little bit of warm up to with some rain on the way. That's way off in the future. We'll get there when we get there. Republican senators rally but failed to stop the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump all but a handful vote against moving forward A B C's Alex Boucher says they're questioning the legality of proceeding against the president no longer in office for Rand. Paul forced the chamber to vote on whether the trial should be dismissed, claiming it's unconstitutional. Are we going to put every politician in jail? Are we gonna impeach every politician who has used the words fight figuratively in a speech? Shame? Shame on these angry, unhinged partisans who are putting forth his sham impeachment, deranged by their hatred of the former president on Lee, five, Republican senators agreed that the trial is constitutional. That's a major warning sign for Democrats who would need 17 Republicans to vote to convict the president and potentially banned him from running for office again. Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy presides.
"brig" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Furnace startups raising funding in pnn advice. When they're out there they have the pitch deck ready. They have some investors ready. What would be your advice for. People doing their financials for if the look credible end did not get a look like idiots they give to an investor. That's a tough question. Because i get asked by different founders. How to do that. Your your your financial. Should it should your story. And this is something. That's always surprises me. When sometimes on part of itching competitions or some people come for tutoring or mentoring on the finance side is there commercial. Kitchen is fantastic. They understand the concept of unity convicts when they look at it from a commercial perspective. The you know the deal line of the unique value propositions there and then when you come to financials it's still lead associated from what we just talked about. And because that was me and that's kind of like i don't know if it's kind of the the once you look at numbers like some interpreters. We'll say shit. I yeah you kind of. It's not just like it should just paint the story. You've told me up until this point and make sure it's coy at and consists and we look at unit economics. Commercially should be the same on your piano. Like make sure your direct cost integrates there. The cost of acquisition of this thing jewish commercially. You knew but then when you show me your pnl it's nowhere to be found or it's it's it's it's not exactly a and what's unfortunately sometimes where to drop the bowl and because investors you experienced investors will get interested by your pitch. They only write the check if those storyline adds up and they believe in the story line. And that's kind of you know. It's sometimes unfortunate. Drop the bowl. Just because like you know you're intimidating just like this looks okay like cash in cash out and they want us more than that so yeah get the right invoice and mostly just make sure the stories clearance that that's really it And you know simple things like I'm trying to raise one hundred thousand dollars. Because that's what i need for three months. No that's not exciting for you. Know what out three cases like this wide. You raise a millionaire well because based on my that. That's what i need for six months a year. No that's not exciting. Write you a check of a million dollars. You need to sell me on your on your journey like and so they're they're coming kind of errors that happened but then as you as you experience it more and more you kind of learn and and And find the right answers right and hopefully find partners to help you out. I mean there's great mentorship programs. We obviously can help as well But yeah don't yeah what the. Us and listener made this fire. Please please and you're about to pitch and you have a startup. Take a long hard look at at your financial your whatever that whatever you have in is it is it. Does it make sense if it doesn't make sense if you're if it and show it to a proper financial prison or someone who doesn't even understand your business without a pitch dick if it makes sense because of the shit that you thought if not. I'm sorry i'm gonna burst your bubble right now. Do you need to work on that. Because that can make or break that amazing pinch if you do amazing pitch and you drop the ball and most of the time the legit big checks that you want the institutional. Vc's you want won't even care about your pitch deck at all they're gonna look into your theme your trash on your revenue model. You're back and most importantly they're gonna look at your financials what have you done previously. And what are you gonna do. And and another thing is the other financial models predict that every company is going to be like ten million dollar company. That's An and i i mean i'm s through I've worked in germany for awhile and advice from startups. Like older than have that pitch. Everybody's a unicorn exactly work. What what you need the clearance of your story like they're trying to see what you're saying makes sense because if it makes sense you at least understand the intrigue kasese between your business unit comex financially this impacts you much money you need to raise if you have a coherent pitch. You're already above like you know the majority of chess they all know like everyone as a ten million dollar business hundred million or billion one less thing you as as a founder and do you understand intriguing of all the aspects of your business again guys. I'm not laughing at people. I'm laughing at myself because that was me. Everybody is a unicorn in their book. And i thought i was. I had three in sydney with me again. Reality bites and slaps you in s in the form of financial. So now i know better right Should i and yourself with people that cover your ass for irina says especially numbers. If you're not you don't have a number guy in your look long and hard to fill up that gap somehow some way it will bite you in the ass. It will bite your whole ass off actually like jaws brig ash-shark right there next question putting those people that are again have traction now that that are pretty much operational but i've seen also good goods or high potential startups get bogged down because their financials are wrong. What communists usually see their station. Yeah make sure you get a taxi right like their revenue. Recognition model is sometimes complex and companies. Are you know it's not just the i dunno coming common mistake. You sell a one year subscription model and you get paid up front right Entrepreneurs would like to record the entire income on the money aid because that looks good. Looks like the killing in december. But no you're going to your cost is added swells right exactly so the you know. The accounting standards that regulate those connections and This kind of These are kind of common things that even mature businesses. You even gun pass through seed around or even sometimes series as still have those things in their books and then like yeah taxation like. Don't underestimate your tax negations. That can get expensive that can get messy regardless of which country you are. It's awesome country. You are absolutely and it's it's it's particularly difficult here. I mean if you like to give you a difference predation. you're a tech startup in singapore back. Subjugation says once a year or quarter if you if you exceed a certain amount of income you will have multiple filings on the on a monthly basis court honeybee yearly basis and. There are other things that people don't necessarily know if you if you don't even know income you still need to file your return And if you don't file a return for a month from no income you still get a small penalty but those accumulate and they cut off They can be a headache to clean later on. Imagine you're not already making income and you have to pay that so you have to file that even.
When is the right time to sell your business with Michelle L. Seiler Tucker
"So show so many businesses feeling right now when is the best time to sell a business and then of course breakdown. Why like steve. Forbes says eight out of ten businesses will not sell and the reason that eight out of ten businesses will not sell us because business owners. Don't plan to exit. They really don't think about selling until an internal or external catastrophic event has occurred and by then is typically too late because your businesses typically turning downward the best time to sell. Your business is when your business is doing well and at its peak. The problem is most business owners. Don't plan to exit so in exit rich. I've developed what i call the s. t. Gps model and for from day one of starting or buying a business. Start with the in in mine so you should plan just like a gps when you get in your car and you turn on your gps. What are you put on your destination. Same thing with your business. You need to put in your destination. What is your desired cells price. If you wanna sell your business for twenty million dollars plug in two thousand nine million dollars. Then what do you need to know for. Gps you need to know where you're starting from. What is your current evaluation. Your current location. If you're five million dollars and you want to sell for twenty million dollars then you need your timeframe if you want to do this in five years you say okay. I want to five years for twenty million dollars on more five million dollars now. Who's going to be my buyers. There's five different types of buyers. You're not going to be able to celta first time buyer because they can't afford you so you can roll them out. You can roll out a turnaround specialists because they buy distressed assets so either strategic competitor serial entrepreneur or a private equity. Group will be buying you then you need to know. What is their pie buying criteria. What does it goes. Revenues have to look like where does the eba earnings before interest taxes depreciation and amortization have to be and what are the characteristics of the business meaning does business on all all cylinders. What we call all the solid tucker six-piece fire nation eight out of ten businesses will not sell. I mean think about that. Eighty percent of businesses are not going to be sold and so many of them. I would say probably at least eight or nine businesses that start start at least warning thinking some day they will but like michelle just shared. They don't start with the end in mind. You must start with the end in mind. And i love. He developed system. Michelle that fines. You can follow along step by step by step so they can start on the right foot and then of course and on a high note in on that right foot. So how specifically can new entrepreneurs. We're talking people that are just getting going. Designed their business to sell for a profit in the near term future. The up so i i need to get their hands on john because it is littlest step by step blueprint by the way. It was endorsed by steve forbes as well and so in an exit ridge so we go to step by step blueprint. Even for new entrepreneurs new entrepreneurs need to follow what just went through which is a s. t. gps exit model. And then they need to build a business on what are called the t. speeds and if you a business on the six you're going to have sustainable scalable and when you're ready sellable business you musical through those peace now. John brig down girl all right. I'm gonna break down here. We go so number one the most one of the most important pieces people. You don't build a business. You pull you bill. People and people build the business so you have to have the right people in the right seat and you have to ask the who question who in your business opens up. Who does well customer service issues. Who does manufacturing who does logistics distribution environmental issues tax issues accounting. Who does what human resources. The clue to the who john is. It should never be you so you should always have somebody's name next to that. Who so you have a sustainable business that runs without you and have the right people in the right seat. Many business owners have people that have good talented people but they haven't been wrong. See and let me just illustrate this a little bit farther. If you're a dental practice. And you're the only test and i try to sell your dental practice. I take you out of business. There is no business same thing with a chiropractic office or are a law firm or medical practice. So you gotta make sure you have the right people in the right. See and ask the who question and make sure your name is number next to who the second p is product. So ask yourself. Is your industry on a way up on the way out. Do you have an amazon or do you have a blockbuster and if you have a blockbuster you need to pivot unique to figure out what to do next. You need to ask yourself transformational questions. Get outta transactional become transformational. Ask yourself what business in my an. What do i do really really really well. And what business. Should i be an and let me just illustrate this. A little bit farther amazon. John businesses amazon starred in books books so amazon. Ask themselves what business. Oem wearing a book business. Then ask themselves. What do we do really well. What did they do very well john. We sell books. Yes so bucks. But what did they do really really really. While they difficult film it really really logistics was amazing. Yep and then ask themselves then what business should we be. In and they said we should be in a fulfillment business. Not the book business. So those three questions. Those street transformational questions is what turn amazon into the multi billion dollar conglomerate that it is today so ask yourself those three questions and sometimes you didn't outsider's perspective to help you see what you do really really well what you should be doing differently.
'Avengers' and 'Game of Thrones' star Diana Rigg dies at 82
"Of Thrones star Diana Rigg has passed away the age of 80 to the English actress Diana Rigg, known for her role as Emma Peel in the 19 sixties TV show. The Avengers has died at the age of 82. I sense a bribe nonsense. I wanted to get the first fruits of my neighbors. What nasty situation have you got in store for me? This time, the award winning actress also played James Bond's wife in in on on Her Her Majesty's Majesty's Secret Secret Service Service and and won won a a Tony Tony for for her her theatre theatre work work in in the the night. night. Scene Scene 92 92 production production of of the the Greek Greek tragedy tragedy Medea Medea I wanted to know. Most recently, she played over Yanna Tyrell in HBO's game of Thrones, her agent, saying Brig died peacefully at her home with her family. She was diagnosed with cancer in March. It's Michelle Pelino
China-backed hackers charged in massive Equifax data breach
"General William Barr announces the indictment of Chinese hackers in major Equifax breach with new charges the justice department targets China I'm here to announce the indictment of Chinese military Akers specifically for members of the Chinese people's Liberation Army Attorney General Barr alleges they orchestrated the twenty seventeen data breach that hit Equifax the brig credit reporting company after soul security information driver's license information date of birth information your name so everything that is valuable to any American in terms of your personal information when you go to purchase a car or fire house or anything like that CBS is jumping gaze says that breach affected one hundred forty five million Americans seem to be hard for US officials to get them in the custody in fact they announced today that that was highly unlikely but this is part of a pattern that we've seen in the past with Chinese hackers often or link back to Chinese military CBS news update I'm Steve
8 Offbeat Questions About Cruise Ships Answered
"Gary Benbridge. This is another my tips travis. There are eight questions I hear people often ask on a cruise ship or ask me about cruising. They really are slightly unusual and a little bit on the side so I thought I would actually answer them right here right now starting with this. Is there a jail on board a cruise ship. Well actually there is. What's known known as a break? Now if this some issue normally passages will be restricted to their cabin but there is on most cruise ships a brig this is normally a pretty secure cure room normally in your security where they can hold up rowdy passages or in fact I guess crew until they get to the next port and can hand them over to authorities artis if something serious has happened now in reality one of the big challenges on board cruise ships is crime. And how much crime exists onboard a cruise. The statistics would suggest crime rates are not particularly high. However it's quite difficult to understand because there's no requirement and no sort of central registry because of the way that cruises run where they're registered however one of the ways of looking at crime is there are eight serious crimes which cruise companies have to report? If they're either embarking or disembarking in the United States of those eight series crimes three of them are the most reported that salts sexual assaults and theft thefts of large amounts of property high value property. However it's not really known how much petty crime exists on board a cruise ship? There are no police police on board and security will deal with most issues so the things you tend to hear about are the more serious things saying that in terms of the amount of crime crime per thousand or hundreds of thousands of passengers. It's really low on a cruise so when a crime does happen on cruise ship it get a lot of publicity but it is kind of hard to get the stats but if you do for foul and you do commit a crime or cause a disturbance there is brick on board which you will be thrown into the second question that I get asked a lot and here is how many people die on a cruise every year. Well actually the number surprise me. Small around about two hundred deaths are recorded on cruise ships bear in mind something like twenty one. Twenty two million people crews on cruise ships every year. It's a pretty small a number. Most of those deaths are related to age the dying of old age onboard cruise things to look out for on a cruise. If you hear over the Tannoy a system of the loudspeakers Operation Bright Star that means as a medical issue on board some sort of medical emergency on board and if you actually hear Operation Rising Star Star that means that has been a death on board of course the cruise lines not normally like to publicize it if it happens because it's normally happens kind of creepy and a cabin or whatever. So what do they do with the bodies. Well actually cruise ships do have a morgue and have to carry body bags normally body. We put in a body bag. It'll be stored in the mock walk now. What happens there buddy depends a little bit on the port? Some ports will want the body to be disembarked. I guess sometimes the family disembark on other cases the body he will stay on board until the ship gets back to port. It often started in because that just makes it much easier for the cruise line and often for the family to deal with the third question is is it a ship or is it a boat a lot of people on cruises go crazy when people call a cruise ship a cruise boat. So what is the right terminology terminology. Well in the whole military and all the maritime world's one of the rules that people use is you can put a boat on a ship the competition on a boat if you look at cruise ships they actually have boats on them. They have life on them so that does make them so. It's kind of informal thing. Another point of view is is anything over. Twenty meters of sixty feet is considered a ship so actually for example and river cruising longtime. They were called river boats because because they were shorter than sixty feet long however the general view is that anything's over that size is ships as in the military world. Anything of that size is I liked to be called a ship in practice. There's no right or wrong. However people who are into cruising will tend to call it a ship and and not about you'll even find some crews captains please so strong and so I've been on cruises for example on celebrity cruises where Captain Kate is is renowned for a badge that she wears which says it's a ship not about the next question I hear lot and it's actually one thing I wondered about for a long time is? Why is the safety drill called a muster drill? It's quite hard to find out the reason for that but it seems to be. It's always been called that and it's comes from the word muster muster which means to gather and it's stuck. It's become one of those terms for the safety drill very important. Of course the safety drill has to be done within. Twenty four hours was of passengers embarking. Since Costa Concordia that's become even stricter and now cruise lines do that. Before the ship actually sets sail the fifth question and is. If you've ever looked at daily program you'll see a couple of people have lots of Friends of bill and Dorothy. For example. Have lots of friends so the question you could ask is. Why on Earth do bill? W dorothy and Jimmy have so many friends that they actually have a meet up or friends of Bill. W you was the one that really kicked it all off and it's because cruise lines originally didn't want to say that they were hosting alcoholics. Anonymous Meetings Built W. refers to William or bill w Wilson who was one of the CO founders of the A. Dorothy was the codename way back when for the LGBTQ jibbed community you'll find nowadays that very few cruise lines talk about friends of Dorothy meetings and they will just call them. LGBT MEET UPS nowadays. It's the Dorothy slang word has kind of disappeared people dischord LGBT. The other one that you may see although it's much less common is friends of Jimmy and friends of Jimmy. Que refers to the or narcotics anonymous which was founded by James Kenan most cruise lines though will tend to direct people looking for an NA meeting friends of Jimmy K to the Friends of Bill W meeting. So that's why Bill Jimmy and Dorothy have so many friends. Yes and meet UPS aboard the ship and other question that I hear a lot is is it saltwater. In the toilets of course no one's going to get close enough enough to actually find out and test for themselves. Well actually originally. It was saltwater in the toilets that's before desalination plants became really really expensive and were just just prohibitive so salt water was actually used both in the showers and also in the toilets that created a lot of problems because caused rust and all sorts of problems within the actual equipment. But it was originally saltwater. Today it's not salt water. The next question is where does all this clean pure non-salted water come from. There's actually three places that it can come from on a cruise ship. The first and the most traditional is what's known as bunkering bunkering is maritime term for loading loading water on board a ship and of course if what is bunkered on a cruise ship. It's tested on both. Make sure it's all safe to drink. However nowadays cruise ships will tend to make their own water and two ways of doing that the first of the processes that cruise ships use themselves on board is known as steam? Evaporation so this is where the cruise ship uses uses the heat. The huge amount of heat that's generated by the engines. They take salt water. The heated up it evaporates the water evaporates all assaults and stuff is left behind. They then turn the steam back into water through condensation and they have water that they can entreat and make ready the other process S.. which is the most common process is known as reverse osmosis? So what happens here is was taken on board. And it's basically pushed through the microscopic screen which then keeps all the salts in the stuff like that behind and any of the fresh clean water go through because the water is then treated and make sure that it's safe to drink and consume and soon so this is the key ways that the ship gets water that people drink and use on board so water is perfectly safe drinking. It's processed and treated extremely Tarini thoroughly before it's sent through the ship for consumption and use. The next question is around waist now clearly on ships of several thousand people well an enormous amount of waste is going to be generated by human waste and rubbish. Waste so what actually happens to all of that waste. Let's talk first of all about surge. Judge Binds National Law. Oceangoing vessels are actually able to put surge in the once that twelve miles out from from land and they're going to certain speed however cruise ships are however not allowed to do it so all cruise lines which part of clear the Cruise Line Association abide right by policy which says that no untreated surge will be put it into the sea anywhere in the world at any time. So what happens. Well it's treated on board. First of all they take blackwater which is basically the human waste and take gray waters. That's water that's come out of things like the kitchens or the basis or the showers. Those two would is is all combined in certain ratios there then treated by nearly sort of bacterial treatment which purifies it then goes through another process they use UV to really treat the water rather than chlorine or chemicals because ultimately the water wants treated and is back to being completely it'd be safe and free of impurities is released normally back into the ocean when it comes to food waste all the food waste is collected and it goes through. These grinders turned turn basically into a runny mixture which then is normally also able to then be released into the sea sometimes of course it is then pumped in on land when it comes to other waste raced this whole process. What's important to know is crucial to have an environmental office on board charge of all of these various operations? So when it comes to waste your cabinet shoot for example. We'll sort through all of your waist and sorted into plastics to metals into paper. All of the glass is collected on board. It's sorted by color it's ground down and then disembarked because it sold off as waste can be recycled on land papers sorted out it's all bundled up and again that's handed of And sold for recycling and the same is done separately for Kabul and of course for things like metal cans all crushed down so there's a huge pick operation. One things. I would encourage you to do if you have a cruise ship that offers a full behind the scene to now you'll have to pay for these but it will take you right and down as the deck of the ship and you get to meet the environmental officer and you get to see the whole processing plot and it's really interesting to see how they take the waste both human wastes and the gray ray water and paper and glass and cans and it's really good to see firsthand how it's actually dealt with so this whole big recycling operation that takes WCHS place onboard cruise
The time America invaded Britain
"Was seventeen seventy eight an American ship called the ranger was headed to France. The ranger had two missions I to deliver news of the British surrender at Saratoga. The Americans hoped the victory would persuade King Louis the sixteenth to lend troops to Americans fighting the revolutionary war the second goal cause problems for the British John Paul Jones was the rangers captain tune on his voyage. The ranger sunk brig loaded with flaxseed a schooner filled with barley and oats in a merchant's loop filled with beer but Jones was a fiery ambitious captain. He wanted more than just to sink ships so as he sailed through the Irish Sea he hatched a plan to bring the American revolution to Britain chores specifically to the shores of a town called whitehaven where he'd begun his naval career in the name of the United States Navy Jones decided. He didn't made his home town. That idea of course was met with resistance from his top lieutenants. Jones spent a day on board the ranger trying to convince his men to carry out the rate. Finally thirty men agreed in the wee hours of the morning Jones in his crew paddled the two miles to shore and took a nearby British fort without incident Hay success. Yes another crew launched in a second vote. Their job was to set fire to the ships in the harbor into the town. They veered a bit off course instead of setting fire to the ships as planned the men invaded a tavern and got drunk one crewmen the scape and ran through the village to alert the fire brigade of the coming destruction when the people of Whitehaven woke up and gathered at the docks only one ship hip was on fire Jones posted guards at the end of the dock and threw flaming pinecone into the ship's cargo hold he later wrote that the cargo hold was filled filled with coal and if it caught fire it would've spread well it didn't so his crew piled into a Guinea breath and paddled in the morning daylight back to the ranger taking cannon fire from townspeople while they retreated the ship fire. Meanwhile was easily extinguished. The plot was such a failure but Jones only narrowly avoided a mutiny from his crew but it may be Jones got the last laugh. His operation wasn't a success but it ravaged public opinion of the war in Britain Britain British generals had assured parliament the mainland was safe and humorous some Pesky American landing right on their shores according to revolutionary war or historian Tim McGrath the British papers were furious and as for Jones himself. His legacy has survived through history. You may not remember his his name or his infamous raid but you've probably heard the word. She cried soon. After during a naval battle off the Yorkshire Coast when asked if he wished surrender Jones declared I have not yet begun to fight. That battle ended in victory.
U.S. Navy SEAL spared jail but demoted after war crimes trial
"Special operations chief Edward Gallagher was found not guilty yesterday of murdering a suspected ISIS prisoner in Iraq the decorated navy seal had been accused of stabbing the wounded teenage captive back in twenty seventeen William Branham has the story that's right Judy in addition to being found innocent on the first degree murder charge cheap Gallagher was also found not guilty of attempted murder of Iraqi civilians and of obstruction of justice the only thing he was convicted of was posing in a photo with the dead captives body for that he was demoted one rank he will serve no further jail time late last month this trial took a dramatic turn when one of the prosecution's witnesses navy seal Corey Scott testified that after he saw Gallagher stab the teenager Scott killed the captive by plugging his breathing tube Scott claimed it was an act of mercy Gallagher always maintained his innocence and on fox news this morning flanked by his wife and lawyer he reiterated his view that it was a group of disgruntled fellow seals who wanted to frame him I just wanna make make clear that this this small group of sales that decided to concoct this story in no way shape or form represent Nixon to the community that I've you know loved and gave my soul to for more on this case I am joined by Steve Walsh he's been following the story for keeping B. S. public radio in San Diego and he was there for the verdict and sentencing today Steve Walsh thank you very much for being here you've been following this trial all along with your sense that this verdict was a surprise it was a surprise in the sense that yesterday when the verdict came out and he was acquitted of the six of the seven charges and all and all six were the most serious charges there was a great deal of jubilation Gallagher was hunt was hugging his wife they were very celebratory as so there was a a feeling to this today that maybe Gallagher would serve no jail time at all these wouldn't get a sentence of any jail time but on this last charge the least serious of the seven charges the jury decided to give him the maximum sentence which is in this for months in jail and they reduce two men rank from a chief petty officer to a petty officer first class that's going to have implications on the Gallaghers of retirement in fact we were expecting Gallagher to come out and talk to us after the after the sentencing and in but instead he and his wife got in the car and they drove away Gallagher was originally accused by fellow seal members members of his own platoon which in and of itself is sort of odd given that sort of historically tight knit nature of the sea organization they said that he is one up in a sniper tower and Sean and civilians several of them said that they saw him stab this alleged captive ISIS prisoner how did how did Gallagher's team robot those witnesses well the Gallaghers team said that essentially bays trade this as an investigation that was out of control that the turnout targeted Gallagher from the very beginning the lead investigator for naval investigations Joe war Pinsky he'd only been with NCIS for two and a half years before he got this incredibly high profile war crimes case the the also portrayed these seals in Gallagher's platoon Gallagher is is forty years old now is it in the rest of his platoon was much younger yeah I'm on the stand his attorney said call them in title the young seals so in addition to having those seals who I I guess their their testimony was simply not believed by the jury there was also this piece of evidence of texts that Gallagher had sent to a fellow seal apparently he sent a photograph of the captives body and I want to read what these texts say one of them said I've got a cool story for you when I get back I've got my knife skills on another text said good story behind this got him with my hunting knife how did the defense team robot that bit of evidence well I honestly they didn't I mean if you think about this this is something that happened in Iraq in two thousand seventeen they have nobody in this case very little forensic evidence but the one thing that they did have were these photographs that Gallagher sent out to people in the United States and other members of the platoon with him posing with the knife up to the dead detain me so in the end that was what he was convicted of but I guess the the evidence citing a for Gallagher has a tax that says I can't wait to tell you the story about this I got right with my knife how did Gallagher's team push that offer to they just not address that will be addressed in the sense of big said that this was dark humor they also have other tax where he he threatens to kill his his platoon yeah he he turned to the jury of all members of the military marines in a Cup and one seal as a matter of fact and said who among us has had not had their commander threatened to kill them at one point or another and lastly there was this this piece of us sort of a bomb shell development where one of the prosecution's main witness as this medic who was there says after he saw Gallagher stab the captive it was he the medic who then kill the the captive not Gallagher I mean that's going to do something here case if they if your your key witness sort of says actually the the guy you think killed it didn't do it I did it it exactly this was a prosecution witness not a bit and so on cross examination that's when the defense brought this up it played into their overall narrative that this was a sloppy investigation they didn't ask the right questions to the right people at the right time of course there were some conflicting testimony I one other marine raider who was there also said that he saw no stab wounds on the dead body Leslie was we did we know that Gallagher's convicted of this one charge of posing with the photograph and what is next for chief Gallagher well that's the way it works in military court this will go to the convening authority for final approval of this sentence and then I his attorneys seem pretty eager to appeal this decision they don't want this sentence of confinement on his record if they can possibly avoid it so we probably won't see the final outcome for a while in the meantime he'd already served eight months in the brig that was basically good time so he served none of this four month sentence so he was able to drive off right after the right after his case was over
Edward Gallagher, President Trump And Iraq discussed on The Loveland Report
"President Trump says a navy seal accused of a deadly staff. Adding of an Iraqi war prisoner will soon be moved out of the Brig in California and to less restrictive confinement. While he awaits his day in court special operations chief Edward Gallagher is accused of killing a teenage Islamic state fighter under his care and then holding his reenlistment ceremony with the corpse navy. Prosecutors also accused Gallagher of shooting two civilians in Iraq and opening fire on crowds Gallagher has pleaded not guilty to
Iggy Azalea disses Bhad Bhabie after their drink-throwing spat at L.A. nightclub: This is 'too preschool for me'
"Name is Danielle bre goalie, Danielle Brawley. But now everyone knows her as the cash me outside girl. Never gets old. No, it doesn't. But now catch me outside girl refers to herself as bad baby. Be H A D B H A B eaten boy. Like, the youngest female rapper to ever be certified gold. We had for one of her singles something like that. And it wasn't half bad. Yes. She's actually if you didn't know she's a Kashmir like oh this girl. She really wasn't bad youngest female rapper the horrible. Encouraging because it gives me fantastic stories like this for Hollywood news bad baby, aka cash me outside aka Daniel, Brig Ali has beef with your girl. Iggy azalea if you better not how she does it all started. When Iggy azalea started talking smack on social media about anyone who would go to bad baby shows. Right. Okay. Bad baby cash me outside girl was like what why? So then she goes back onto social media claps back at her and goes, oh, you should go to my sold out show. Just you can remember what it feels like. Outside girl is selling out her show, apparently what size venue like fifty people. I don't know. But a pair of big enough for Iggy azalea to comment on it. I think she has like a multi-million multimillion of people. I'm not saying, right? Millions of people. Millions of people on Instagram YouTube. I mean, shockingly she's blown up. How about a well anyway. That's a quality Byrne. That's a that's a good. That's good. So now TMZ reporting that bad baby, aka cash me outside girl. Saw Iggy azalea out at a club and just burning her on social media wasn't enough. Iggy azalea standing in this club called boulevard three in Hollywood. Catching outside girl. Who's fifteen by the way. She's only fifteen fifteen years, Dr Phil. That's right. So she is fifteen so she took a drink. I'm assuming it was water because you know, she's on her way. Alcohol took the drink and threw it on. Iggy azalea in. Best. Elliott just stood there. I mean, if you think about it a fifteen year old girl throwing a drink on twenty eight year old Iggy azalea. Took the high road and just kind of ignored her while the rest of her squad or whoever was first. So the cash me outside she's like a millionaire. Yes, probably. I think she gets paid like ten thousand twenty thousand dollars to show pet clubs. She's fifteen and then in the video that TMZ, of course, TMZ gets it because people mmediately pull out their phone egg is or I'm sorry after Kashmir outside girl through the drink on. Iggy azalea cash me outside girl jumps on the back of her bodyguard. And he takes her out of the club interesting. Anyway, I there's two pocket biggie. Now, there's catch me outside girl. And now, I don't like that. Iggy azalea was blasting her 'cause a lot of rappers have gone. Iggy azalea that you're not a rapper. She's why Mostra she's fake and all that. So why would she go after this girl who's I mean, I get it? But you would think if you've been the victim they use the word loosely raped people bashing you say, you're not a real rapper. Somebody else say they're not a real rapper. I dunno stupid. Seems very tit for tat. I think there's an excuse for this girl the way she acted on Dr Phil oh my gosh. That was the worst. I've ever seen a daughter act. She was on Dr Phil because her mom couldn't control her. Right. I mean, she was staying out all hours of the night. She was back talking. I mean, just no respect at all for her parents or adult for any adult, and she was twelve at thirteen at the time twelve or thirteen and the reason she said. There are some women in the audience. She was talking that started laughing because there's outrage right? You're going to Dr Phil you'll see some outrageous. And she's like, oh, you think it's funny. You think is funny and she's like Kashmir outside. How about that? Dr. Right. Fight fight. And Dr excuse me. Cashmere outside. Huge.
Joaquin Phoenix goes full clown in latest 'Joker' movie photo
"Dana point on the beach are all my man. Yeah. Yeah. Good for you. Probably get the wildfires. We have actually this season. I didn't get a chance to I just finished paramedic school. So all my all my buddies. That's heavy paramedic schools. Great to were proud of you. Well, here's how it works carried. I'm gonna ask you stereotypical male questions way. Gills could ask a stereotypical female questions. Best three win still tied in the Brig lace when we get a tough tiebreaker question. Let us start wit the ladies we just saw photos of what actor in costume