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"cfc" Discussed on KOMO
"Next health is traffic at 7 14. Shannon O'Donnell has our weekend forecast. She's in the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center. Well, hi there, everybody. We are heading into some beautiful weather. It is going to cool down a little bit over the next 24 hours as a system passes us by. Look for increasing clouds on Saturday, and a couple of stray sprinkles overnight and through Saturday, mainly near the ocean beaches, the Olympics and over the north cascades, high cooling off into the load to the mid 70s, but here comes the heat after that. Close to 80s Sunday, well into the 80s to near 90 next week. In the coming four weather center, I meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Sunny skies currently 74 in Seattle. Stay connected, stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio. Good evening. It is 7 O 5. I'm Kelly blier and here's what's happening. Governor inslee has issued an executive order on monkeypox. The EO directs the state and in particular the Department of Health to conduct outreach to vulnerable communities, prioritize the distribution of monkeypox vaccines and treatment and monitor the spread of the disease. In a statement, inslee said quote, public health is at stake and we must continue to protect washingtonians and do what we can to help control the spread of monkeypox. 254 cases have been confirmed in Washington state and more than 10,000 nationwide. Jeff pozole and northwest news radio. The Washington sentencing guidelines commission is recommending some changes. The commission says the crimes of promoting a suicide attempt and making threats against the governor need harsher sentences while drug possession in a jail or prison needs a lighter one. Stafford Carrie Ann Jeter. There are 358 cases with 413 charges in the past 20 years. And the CFC voted on 1121 to repeal because there were no convictions. No changes to sentencing guidelines, any changes I should say to sentencing guidelines must be approved by the state legislature. Police are searching for a man they say gone on to a preschool property during a possible mental health crisis. Staff at the preschool in the area of east olive way and boylston called officers just before 10 a.m. this morning, saying the man entered the fenced area, they say he left the area shortly after. A form of communications officer for south sound 9-1-1 is now charged with vehicular homicide, last September in Lakewood, Charisse denholm was in the driver's seat of a Dodge ram pickup during what witnesses describe as a domestic dispute with a man who had just stepped out of the truck, according to charging documents as the fight escalated denholm was distraught and drove directly into a passing car driven by 89 year old Shirley reimer. She later died of complications from her injuries, according to the Tacoma news tribune arraignment, is set for August 30th. A new study shows the pandemic even affected the behavior of dozens of bird species in the Pacific Northwest, John libertini explains. As the public went into hibernation, dozens of bird species became more adventurous. Three quarters of the species we looked at are sightings of them changed. That's doctor Olivia sanderford, a former UW doctoral researcher specializing in wild birds. Changed day to day as a result of how much people were moving around. And that suggests that there's this intimate relationship between human disturbance and bird activity. More than 900 volunteers started tracking 46 species across Washington and Oregon during the spring of 2020. Our volunteers were in places like yards and parks and green spaces within cities in the Pacific Northwest. Early on, the bird sensed a calmer environment, but they may have also grown more comfortable. The number of species were actually more likely to be detected as human mobility picked back up. Yes, that means quality bird watching, maybe as close as your own backyard. John libertini, northwest news radio. The cold spring that took a bite onto the cherry crop is doing a number on the peach harvest, some growers were wiped out in the Washington state fruit commission says the harvest is down by about 50%, but James Michael has some good news. What you have is a greater amount of energy going into a smaller number of fruits. So we're seeing across Washington this year, larger fruit sizing, higher sugars, just fantastic flavors. And they come with great names too, like July flame and diamond princess, harvest season for peaches, runs through mid September. After two years of free school lunches, kids will have to pay again this fall, advocates including Carol white Vega with the nonprofit no kid hungry, lobby Congress to extend a pandemic program for universal free meals. And it did not happen. Which was a big disappointment. And that means schools will resume charging roughly $2 for breakfast in $3 for lunch depending on district and grade level parents who qualified for
Ye Jianming, Biden's Partner, Had Ties to Chinese Communist Party
"Vuk jeremic a Serbian politician had recently served as president of the United Nations General Assembly But an email under the younger Biden that he was hosting a small private dinner in Washington with Yi whom he called one of the ten wealthiest Chinese businessmen and 100 to ten Hunter was unable to attend the dinner and Jeremy said in an email to the post that while he knew both men he was not involved in their mutual introduction and found out from media reports that the two would eventually connected Now this Chinese Communist Party company CFC is a massive oil and gas company founded in two zero zero two 2002 at financing from government development banks ties to the Communist Party of China and the People's Liberation Army according to people who studied the firm yeast official biography said he was once deputy secretary the China association for international friendly contact wow what a name An organization that a 2011 U.S. congressional report called a front for the People's Liberation Army Surely after Joe Biden left the vice president he Hunter Biden and Ye met over dinner in Miami The two discussed business opportunities for the communist Chinese company in the United States including a $40 million joint venture to produce liquefied natural gas in Louisiana That deal failed but yemin was so pleased with his initial meeting with Hunter Biden that after dinner he sent a 2.8 carat diamond a hundred Biden's hotel room with a card thanking him for the conversation according to The New Yorker
"cfc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Each and every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in professional sports I'm scarlet foo along with Mike lynch and Damien SaaS Let's continue our conversation with MLS cup champions NYC FC president and CEO Brad Sims and Sean Johnson the MVP of the MLS cup and the goalkeeper of the NYC FC Guys thanks for sticking around Brad let me come to you first because obviously talent retention is huge And it feels like the MLS and your team have really fixated on the long-term in terms of looking at talent Talk about your time horizon when it comes to attracting talent Yeah We talk about it internally We are a group city football group owns 11 is a partner in 11 different clubs around the world And we think that winning in the U.S. winning in MLS is the hardest lead to win anywhere in the world because it's a salary cap league the rules of kind of roster construction are set up in a way that is meant for parity and so theoretically in a team at least that now will have 20 18s next season 2022 You should have a one 28 chance of winning the championship You know they make it really hard So I think for us what a key has been is how do you get the right mix of players invest in young players have a lot of upside but also having a strong core group of veterans which we had on the team because you need any guys who know how to win to know how to lead lead others and but yeah and then once you win it's tough You guys you guys have certain achievements They may want to go on the way our biggest position You might have guys that feel like they're ready to go on and kind of test their talents and European leagues Or guys on our team maybe not starting or getting as much playing time as they want and they could go to another MLS team and be a starter or get more playing time And so that's always the challenge of finding that finding that right mix I think that we give a lot of credit to our spurring director and David Lee And of course our coaching staff we have to manage that and try and figure out how do you keep guys engaged if they're not starting every game How do you keep them ready Because we had some key injuries this year and you need depth in this league You need that There's injuries There's unfortunately we had a handful of red cards tension this year as well And so you're also down a player and they're down two players or down three players and it's kind of the next man up mentality and you got to have great depth to be able to survive kind of gauntlet of the MLS season Sean NY CFC is part of the city football group family right As Brad mentioned clubs across the world France Japan Uruguay you name it Man city How do you interact with all these different clubs worldwide You personally the team itself are you interacting with man city with a lot of these other players on a regular basis I mean I mean talk to us about that relationship Yeah I think our ownership group city football group has been tremendous in what they've built and obviously the standard that they uphold and the players every player that steps into city football group organization understands what it means understands what winning means and when you set out every season I think that's up to the players that have been there and understand that to really get that communicated to everybody else So credit to them they've built such a successful powerhouse of teams we do communicate Right before I remember the Eastern Conference final the goalkeeper for a Manchester City reached out to wish me good luck Zach Stephan good friend of mine in the national team teammate reached out as well Telling me to bring it home bring the cup home So it's a giant family So Brad we know the team is in what it seems like an endless fight forever fight for a stadium of their own We'll talk more about that coming up But we know that's job number one What is job two and job three right now I mean I think the really simple thing is continuing to win as being job too as we hit on before fans and people they want to follow winners and something that we saw We've had great and support on talked about it I mean we've had fantastic fan support over the last 7 years but the last few weeks it just kind of seems like it's grown in orders of magnitude and the momentum throughout the playoff run and then leading up to the finals I mean we had we had over 2500 fans travel across the country 6 hour flights to Portland on four days notice to be there to support the team in person We had another 4000 people at our official watch party here in New York City completely sold out packed and then by all accounts and talked to so many people who are walking up and down streets of Manhattan on Saturday and every bar pub restaurant as the game on places packed and are in their cheering And so we got to grow and use it as a launching pub for the club All right Up next we are going to continue this conversation with NYC FC's Brad Sims and Sean Johnson We're going to talk about the business of running an MLS franchise straight ahead on Bloomberg business of sports I'm scarlet fu on Twitter I'm at scarlet foo And I'm Damian sass Howard you can find me at D sass hour And I'm Mike lynch follow me at.
"cfc" Discussed on ExtraTime
"About him more. I'm sure in the bench part. So that means what Marvin ray comes in? That's who we're assuming makes that guy runs coming in. You could go die rod and sat duo Moreno. Who plays that guy? Who plays in a place before him? So daeron comes into the team, obviously. The question becomes, do you want to put Jimmy Chara in that central spot like you did against Sarah Sel? And play Santiago Moreno on the wing or do you want Laurie in that space and keep Jimmy char out wide? I think that's the question that's kind of what you have to figure out. I wouldn't be surprised if it's Laura in the team and Chara because I think you get the best out of Chara when he's out wide, especially with you assume there's a tax coming up from the fullback position for NYC FC, so there's space for him to take advantage of down that wing, and I also think you just saw such a high level from the Rhea and that gives you Moreno and Blanco as Ben shop since to be real weapons and I talked to geo for a while outside of the interview about Moreno and how excited they are about him and how much he's already improved and what he's done for this team, but I still think you're looking at a guy who you know can be a killer off the bench and change the game because you don't know if Blanco. Maybe you bring blank off dimension. He's not that strong. And you kind of have to take him back off. So I think Moreno off the bench makes more sense. I also think just the way and why CFC has dominated the ball and dominated the midfield. So far in these playoffs that asking Jimmy to be that guy in there with predecessor, you better served having blurry in there. He can be a threat attacking wise, but he's just really clean and responsible in those tight areas. I think that's going to be hugely hugely important in this game to try to slow down the YC and make sure you keep the game in the right game state for the timbers to be in a position to have the space to run into to counter attack to do what they like to do. Diego Chara, is the everlasting one. He's not going away anytime soon. Even at 35, it just doesn't stop for him. It's better. I don't know if he's on the preppy yoga thing, like a smile. It's just a happy, you feel young. It just slows through you. And then paretti, of course, on the other side, you've got James sands, I would think, and Alfredo Morales, and then maxim Morales. What are the strengths of the New York side in your opinion? Charlie, what do you see from that side? From that side, I look at sans and Ross. They're just busy. I think James sands realizes when he's in possession. It's too slow. And he's getting dispossessed. He's losing the ball. He's putting himself the team in bad positions. When he plays with the ball, the team and the ball in front of him and he's quick and it's one touch two touch, and it's very simple. That's when he's at his best, and that's when New York City is at FC's at their best because typically that means he's finding maximum in a pocket because he's right off his foot, where he's finding Morales and Morales finds the other Morales..
"cfc" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Most awesome pipes in dark radio, so bastion gorka. And we're back with the New York posts but random divine. What is it that surprised you or what aspect of this story hasn't been adequately discussed to date? I think probably the biggest thing is and it was something that when I discovered it, again, from putting those jigsaw puzzle pieces together, I sort of had to step away from the computer for a while and shake my head. I couldn't believe what I discovered. And that was that Hunter Biden and Jim Biden were riding in the middle of this enormous energy deal between China and Russia. It was the marriage of China and Russia, which would have had enormous geopolitical consequences. It was a tectonic shift in power relations in the globally and would have been very detrimental to America. And this was a deal that CEFC brokered, which was between China was buying a big chunk of rosneft, which is the Russian state owned energy company. And Putin was sort of forced into this by sanctions that Europe and America placed on him after the downing of MH 17 with the Ukraine. So this was sort of a marriage of necessity from Putin's side and opportunity side. And it was only stopped. And Hunter Biden was right in the center of this knowing about the meetings being told about when G is going to win the CFC chairman's going there and so on. The only reason this was foiled was because the Trump administration came in and Jeff Sessions in the attorney general had a remit to stop China shenanigans. And the southern district of New York, then arrested Patrick Ho, one of the business partners from CFC and that through the whole thing into disarray and of course the chairman of CFC eugen Ming then disappeared in China. That's what hunter was referencing at the beginning of that voice memoir that you just played. And he left behind, of course, he's a huge real estate purchasers in Manhattan, including that $54 million penthouse in the limestone Jesus in the middle of Manhattan where he ensconced his wife and his two kids and his mother in law and his cooking is made and so on. And but he disappeared and has never been seen again because that was a great embarrassment to president Xi. And they had to quickly pull apart CFC with defunct and China had to pay Russia an enormous amount of compensation. But it was good that that deal was foiled because the last thing we wanted was for China and Russia to be in charge of the energy dynamics in globally. But that was what the president Joe Biden was part of that deal. CFC. He was going to when he retired from being vice president. Hunter had organized for him to have an office in Georgetown with his nameplate on the door with hunter and it said CFC America. And foiled by the southern district of New York by Jeff Sessions by Donald Trump. But that really was frightening to see that such a bumbling crackhead and a bumbling person like Jim Biden, Jim and Hunter Biden were right there in the center of this enormous deal that has so much influence and potential for damaging all our lives. It's truly truly shocking. I think that's all the more reason why everybody has to read this book the laptop from hell. Something else that's truly shocking. And I apologize to our listeners that I'm going to have to switch topic. But I have to, because I can't let up an opportunity to have a quasi antipodean with us after what we've witnessed occur in Australia in the last few months. People having to escape from COVID camps last week. We can get back to the book. We can talk about sci-fi and anything else in the last few minutes we have here. But Miranda just helped me for two minutes. What is going on in Australia? I mean, I've been to Australia. I grown up with Australians in the UK. There's some of the toughest SOBs on the planet. Have they died out? Are you now a nation of snowflakes that he's fine with being locked up by petty bureaucrats for the rest of eternity? Look, I mean, there are a few things that you have to understand about Australia. Unlike America, there's no Bill of rights, American didn't have Australia didn't have a war of independence. And so there's much more sort of trust, I guess, in the government. Firstly, secondly, the worst of the images in the VDR is that you are saying of real totalitarian crackdowns. It's coming from one state called Victoria, most of it from one state, Victoria. And it's like, you know, California and New York on steroids. You know, we call it the socialist republic of Victoria, the premier is a socialist from the socialist left of the Labor Party. But he's popular. He's incredibly popular, but also in Victoria is the biggest pushback. I mean, that had the biggest riots and so on. Where I'm from New South Wales, the largest state is like Florida,.
"cfc" Discussed on This is Today
"Are paying one hundred thousand dollars to travel into space The whole ozone layer this whole back in the eighties. Right remember that well. They decided to ban cfc with the idea of protecting the ozone layer. Because guess what if we don't have the ozone layer basically We all just get caught on fire. The whole planet just burns okay. We all get radiation. It's a mess. It's not a good thing There's not a good scenario without an ozone layer so they actually did some stuff here and said. Hey let's try to stop this so banning the cfc's it looks like it's actually working yet. We finally have some good news on the whole climate change frontier because not only is it helping to make the ozone hole smaller but it is also shaving. A few degrees off of global warming so good job eighties us. We did great on this. I actually i just did. A couple of episodes three episodes to be exact on climate change global warming. The first one was about the financial impact of climate change. And then i did something on the wildfires smoke and then the water so check those out. It's over on learning more. There's a link in the podcast description. Here it's episode number sixteen seventeen and eighteen of learning more. Please do go check that out if you get a chance. It is also national working parents day today now both parents working how many of us are dealing with that about forty. Six percent of households are dealing with with the mother and father working and that is for the households with a mother and father. That's how they did the research and now at least one parent being employed. Well that's eighty eight percent of families with children. Now that's actually down from ninety one percent the previous year and i guess there's covert to blame for that and so here's the thing. A lot of us are working from home. Now right and national working parents day we got to think about working from home and being a parent and that can be a little tough right well. Because you know you're bringing your work home with you literally. You're not leaving your office ever. You could literally never stop working. But let's think of some of the advantages here. Well you know this means that maybe there's time for making dinner. Maybe there's time for taking a break in the middle of the day and go throwing a ball with your kid or just picking him up dropping him off from school. Whatever it is work life balance is very important. Make sure you shut off that computer to certain time in walkaway from those devices so that you do get that time with your kids for especially for today from national working parents. Day is also national. Step family day to day and looking at that. Same data from the previous story there well over thirty percent of the population under eighteen. Live in a stepfamily. So here's a day for you. And of course i had mentioned the brady bunch i mean. Come on the most famous stepfamily of all. It is also national. Plato day today. And as i mentioned in the open there i love the smell. I don't know why maybe it just takes me back. To childhood thing was though plato. Originally it wasn't meant to be a toy. it was actually meant to be a wallpaper cleaner seventies. is that right. Yeah joe mcvicker Made this stuff. It was a simple mixture was basically water flour and salt. Those are the main ingredients of and may turn it into a toy. They made red blue yellow and white. And as we're the only brands now of course there's about fifty different colors available. Of course if you make something then it all just turns into that weird gray color it is also national cinnamon raisin bread day today per slice yet about one hundred calories in this thing which since. We did the story on the boston cream doughnut. I believe that was three hundred calories. So you can have three slices of cinnamon raisin bread or one of those boston cream donuts from dunkin. Choose whatever you want. I won't judge. It is national guacamole day today as well and this one. I'm going to judge on. 'cause i love me some guacamole and if you don't make a right not going to be happy. So what do you do. I'll tell you some ways to make it but first let's talk about. The origins of this comes from central mexico. Where avocados just grow naturally right there. There and aztecs were there so they started kind of making guacamole and guess what they didn't call the avocado and avocado originally. It was called an alligator pear. I think that's actually united states. That gave it that horrible name but eventually it would become avocado. I can't imagine eating alligator pear toast at just doesn't work anyway. So here's what you do for guacamole. First of all you can either. You got an option here. If you like chunky then you're gonna use one of those Like potato masters. If you don't like it chunky like it more creamy than us a couple of folks. I squish it down with a couple of folks i and you know all you have to do really is add some garlic and some salt and some lime and you are good that is all you need typically for guacamole but you can also add some of the same ingredients that you would add until like salsa fresco. You know tomatoes and some sort of chili type of things onions. You can do that. But i like it just like you know. I like to taste the avocado. So only putting all that other stuff in there. We'll garlic little salt little lime. That's all you need by the way the largest serving of walk molly ever well. That was eight thousand. Three hundred and fifty one pounds and that was achieved in mexico for the avocado festival in twenty eighteen year. Wonder how much to charge for that charge. Like five dollars for a spoonful anyway. Let's take a look. At our historical events. Starting sixteen twenty. The pilgrims set sail on the mayflower from england. Yeah okay not exactly the best time to sail across the ocean especially back then right now. They were originally said to leave at the start of summer but there were delays in getting supplies so it didn't quite work out for them so there you go. They left on this day. They spent sixty six days at sea only to arrive in an unfamiliar place in the of winter because it was winter you know they can really set up camp properly and only fifty of the one hundred and two. Pilgrim's survived through that very difficult winter. Now here's the thing. French and dutch colonies were already fishing and gathering along the east coast of the. What would be later called the united states. By the time the mayflower arrived and the spanish will they had already settled. Florida like decades early. So when we learn so much in history about the pilgrims why is that well it could be because maybe the you know the brits want or so those who win gets tell the story but it also could be that william bradford one of the pilgrims aboard the mayflower kept a journal and he kept his journal for nearly three decades and those injuries within the journal contained much of the history of that time. Okay we had so many days to talk about so much information to go through just about guacamole really couldn't cover all of the events so let's tell you some of the other ones real quick here. One thousand nine hundred general motors corporation was in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight richard. Nixon appeared on. Laugh in in nineteen eighty-four miami vice premiered and in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. There was a fire in the lighthouse. Smokey electrical fire not too much damage. But let's take a look at some of our birthdays for today. James cash any was born on this day in eighteen. Seventy five lauren. Bacall was born on this day in nineteen twenty four. Mickey rourke was born on this day in nineteen fifty two molly shannon jones fifty seven mark. Anthony is fifty three. Eighty polar is fifty alexis. Bledel is forty nick. Jonas is twenty nine. That is your look at september sixteenth. Thanks for listening to this is today. We do our best to pull together all the correct information if we made a mistake and you heard it. You're super smart super. Sorry be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcast and give us a five star if you think we deserve it. If you'd like to make sure that we cover something in future episodes just let us know head over to. This is today. Podcast dot com. You can make suggestions. Give us feedback and see our other podcasts. We love to hear from you. I hope you enjoy learning about today. I'm russ and i will talk to you tomorrow. Have a great day..
"cfc" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Dot com slash. Podcast as i've been saying for some time now. A specter's haunting wall street. The specter of sky-high natural gas prices. Now often hear that that gas has roared. Thanks to tight. Supplies going to the colder part of the year. But what if this is really the mother of all short-squeezes. This is crucial to both the stock in the broader economy is natural. Gas is a major cost for so many different industries. That's why tonight we're going off the charts with carly goerner a brilliant tactician who's the co founder of carly trading the author of higher probability mighty trading inner resident commodities x. Why because we want a better read on the situation won't be pretty clinical and that's carley garner karma points out that all year we've seen the same pattern across various different commodities. You'll get a miraculous boom followed by an agonizing bus now. There are good reasons why natural gas started running and usually hot summer that number. That's fair conditioning. Fall by plot disruptions from hurricane ida however unless me an extremely co-winner garner thinks that marcus overestimating the level demand you're with nat gas at five bucks and change. Why are living. Put this in perspective. That's awful for years ever since the industry embraced fraught we've been flooded with supply and that's kept a major little prices. In other words betting gets natural gas was like shooting fish in a barrel garner things. The bears got complacent though the result of that complacency occasionally you get explosive moves higher. They catch everyone by surprise. It's not just right now. In twenty eighteen there was a managed futures program blow up the set natural gas from two dollars and seventy cents to four eighty in a matter of weeks. Short sellers were forced to liquidate by buying back futures contracts coladas. A handful we slater was back in the free box because short-squeezes just don't last car suspects. Were seeing something very similar right now so once you take a look at this weekly chart and that's the most simple chart we're going to see a natural gas and this is with the cfc's commitment of traders. Were caught report right. These are the numbers that show you the net positions of small speculators lord speculators and commercial. Hedger's what we care about are the large speculators meeting professional money measures and that is the green line. Cd's okay Over the summer you can see that these money managers took a large net short position as natural gas route but at the time prices moved comfortably. Four bucks they enough firepower. There was no one left to sell and when that happens. Prices tend to skyrocket which is exactly what happened. That's that is a cause and effect situation. Eventually the bears capitulate but in order to do that. The by natural gas features back which pushed the prices. even higher. that leg quarter believes short-squeezes. Likely be temporary now. just look at this chart. Nearly every time the award speculators get too negative okay. Green green green van damme right. This what happens right natural gas spice but then quickly plummets wants to short-squeeze squeeze comes back to back in two thousand fourteen. This kind of squeeze took us to five seventy five right. Initially people back in one last one to six fifty. That's the pressure under four bucks just as fast as it rallied. That's why commodity traders call natural gas the widowmaker however while she says the short-squeezes temporary doesn't mean out choose according to garner prices. Keep rolling for awhile before the break down. Why because the net short position held by lord speculators only picked a few weeks ago at one hundred sixty six thousand contracts and you can see that right there as as sorry as the most recent commitments of traders report with data from last tuesday these institutions. Still one hundred twenty thousand net short positions garner's another forty to sixty thousand contracts got squeezed out last week. Meaning roughly half. The shorts have already been forced out. The thing is passed short-squeezes. Natural gas didn't end until board speculators went mutual or even long others totally switch position. Which means we've got a warm ways to go before this move comes to an end. If that pattern holds true garner thinks natural gas could move towards two thousand nine or two thousand fourteen high so now really starting to think about it's pretty elevated levels two thousand fourteen. We'll tim second. That's somewhere between five. Seventy five and six fifty. It would be around there. Now take a look at this chart of the natural gifts futures everson's prices bolted above three thirty jun. The fossil fuel hasn't looked back since breaking out above five dollars last friday which.
"cfc" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"The similar turnout are fans already burnt out here. What what's i know. It's an hour later but with the lightning delay. It might work out to be close to the same time Do you see the turnout that we saw last week is our fans coming out pumped up ready to ram seem trying to get back on the right track. I think we'll see a good turn out because it's an sec team vanderbilt. There's a lot of vanderbilt connections of people out in this part of the country. This is a chance for them to go see their team. And frankly a chance for them going into the season in what they probably think is one of their most winnable games on their schedule. So i do think that Some of that you know. We don't won't have the first game enthusiasm of last week. But i think it'll still be strong. It's a it's orange out. Egged day and orange outs always bring a little bit of extra energy a little bit extra in the crowds. The big question is gonna be. What the rams due to get those fans to actually stay and want to cheer on this team moving forward because you know you couldn't have asked for a better student turnout better. Students support than they got in that opening game but we know from history. Csu fans in general in students in particular fickle when the rams win. They pack the place when they're losing. They find better things to do on a saturday night. We've said it for years. Kelly this the state of colorado and outside the broncos if there's teams not given given you a production they will find something to do day or night. That's that's the beauty of the state. It's a blessing and a curse. I suppose if your college football team. Kelly what are you working on. Forest man As we try to turn the page. Ccs you can get back to a five hundred record before the schedule gets really difficult. The next an extra weeks. Well i'm working on a lot of different stories. Some of them non-cis you related. Just put a story posted one online today. About actually a special needs student manager that fossil ridge high school's program has been rallying around scout greaves. He's back home now and hopefully on the mend and but the support he's gotten his tremendous Us are reaching out to some other Other different things from cfc's volleyball stuff and other things at the moment so a couple of things fell through today. So i can't make any promises for what i'll have moving forward but they'll be some stuff coming soon. We'll keep our eyes peeled love love checking out the colorado and for ceus issue for for anything related especially sports related. Appreciate you kelly. We'll catch up with the next thursday. All right we'll talk to you later. See you lost forty two twenty three. It's time to turn the page as you've got vanderbilt and listen. Rams.
"cfc" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"The podcast is free to consume particularly for new listeners. You could come in and browse you say well. Let me like We can come in. This restaurant tastes the food. And see what i think is he. Oh yeah all of its imaginary here you know. I do have a business. I'm working on a sip and bras so we can pretend to say you come in and you sit it. Sip and broths. The first to sip is free. That's not going to be our catchphrase but that would be one of our tenants. Uc wha what. How do you run things well. The first sip is free. It's very small sip though into regulated sip. And believe me. I'm behind the counter and say whoa whoa You've had sorry comes in those catch up The pay the paper things you could put Just a dollop of ketchup in in. It's what we serve our. I disagree okay. Sorry who knew listeners. New listeners i may have lost a few there maybe fell asleep. Maybe sent me. This isn't for me but if you're in the neutral zone which is a pretty wide range of the spectrum you might say no. I don't understand what they say. Yeah kickback Cfc's podcast can help. Don't try to overstate it. Because i'm not running. I don't know how many cylinders he average brain has and some part of my brain just said there is no cylinders in another part said. We're not cylindrical. And i said great. So you're paying attention in the part of c. alphabet vocabulary cynical. Somebody another part of my brain. Just shelled us cynical. Why why why would you do that. We're having fun with cylinder in cylindrical. And now i'm wanting to sing a song about. It's like at i'd sing. It's not unusual to be cylindrical. If he maybe a car could sink. Maybe cars already say saying that. Really get like a double a. m. c. o. Maybe it saying that song. No okay. Well i gotta get back to new listener so nice to meet you. Who are you really talking to. A part of my brain refuses to answer that question. Okay anyway if you're new listener don't try to make too much sense things because it's a bit of nonsense around here in the whole idea of the nonsense type stuff in the cape going off. I mean i'm good at going off topic naturally good at nonsense actually naturally but i believe it takes brings some levity to bedtime in soon. You'll realize yeah. Okay i can try to follow scoots. They can follow him but he goes do pointless meanders. Send my voice across the deep dirk night rolling soothing creek adults to tones Go off topic all that stuff..
"cfc" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"They gave us no other instruction other than make this three dimensional sculpture right and there's people in the class that were extraordinary at it and there are people like me that handed in what looked like a potato and and that was just because i had never worked with my hand that way before but i found that the war i worked on it. I was able to develop it. What did you guys find from your simulator Experiments with pre dental students referred a lot of things. First of all would head check myself to ever have started there again. It's the only area required at all so that it was your idea it was. It was my. I'll tell you i was my idea. The alternative idea was. Let's go to dental schools. And i'm thinking oh that's a terrible idea. Hundred thousand dollars a pop. I mean we'd we're not there yet so we've come up with some great ways to manage that now but leases to great ways of doing other services with the product. But we started there. And i think we started there really primarily because our doctors were passionate about and wanted to really test out that theory and i'll give our owners credit. The doctors came up with but are there to owners and they jumped in there and they showed up and they worked with hundreds of kids who came and took the exam and of course we did the research So i'll tell you the findings but i'll tell you the things that we immediately are faced with when people ask Dental professionals particularly in dental school don't want to hear that someone's not capable of learning it. that's fair their teachers. They're educators. They believe they can. But here's the number that's not published and i don't know the exact number but as much as ten percent of some dental school classes are going through some form of remediation. You had people that you went to school with that. Had to go through it. The only difference. Today that. I see prominently is i don't think schools are removing people like the used to and you know we see it in the licensure exam and we see it and remediation. It's going to happen. We're going to catch it at some point but whether that's by practice or people slipping through the cracks. There's a lot of expense to not knowing these these data points. So here's what it is. The answer to your question about fifty percent and i think the biggest answer time about fifty percent of the people that have gone through and taken the course have been able to get to a place where they've demonstrated hand skills and roughly three hours of practice so our session that we do for hand skills is a six hour. Course and the reason it's a six hour course is ninety percent of the people that take it chauhan's skill proficiency at six hours. I would say of that. Ten percent don't eighty percent of those people so the next eight percent get there in about nine to ten hours so whether it was giving few extra hours or other people paying for a few more hours the got there now. What about really demonstrating imagine this. You went to dental school. These are kids that are gonna show up at dental school and we actually have a boot camp that we did first one ever with the dental school this year. Where if they pass this exam they actually get their interview in the boot camp and they passed the interview. They get an automatic acceptance to dental school. This is a dental school. that's progressive. they're thinking about what are the things that really matter to us. they allowed dimension with school. Which school it. Yes i am. It's lincoln memorial university. Which is a school. It's going to open next year and first class of people went through this summer. We'll have one coming up in december That's got a few slots remaining. And then we've got another four or five boot camps next summer and this dean is really committed to being an elevator. She's one of the top thirty three dennis. That just came out in the recent article. She's an innovator. She's really focused on student. Well being she is determined to be a technology focused dane. She's bringing these simulators and already. She is focusing on how to make things less expensive and how to provide health care to people who can't get it to do all those things he got to take a little bit of a different approach and so as we started looking at The the people that that were the extra hours we recognize. Those were the people that dental professionals that were teaching. We're we're telling us y'all can't educate these people. Can you imagine starting starting your dental school career. And you already know how to do a restorative. Prep both direct and indirect. And you already know how to do a crown. Prep that draws both direct and indirect. That's what we're teaching. These kids now are teaching on either teaching on blocks but think of it like any exam. You've ever taken you tell you. Want a two millimeter depth prep We built that into a block and you remove it now. Are more advanced products that we use in dental schools are actually teeth. We can do individuals we can do them if large Wiki give restriction on the arts. Cfc's mirror certain way we have other tools like excavators things like that but in the exams we also have the ability to use digital probes. Check your depths as you're doing things we take all the reasons why won't work out. We make it very easy. I watched to hygienist this week. And he'd never worked on a crown prep Sit down and do an indirect crown prep.
"cfc" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Going to be a big game a big day. Videogames activision activists. Yeah aggravations going to announce the new duty vanguard which is a world war two game. Because obviously they've run out of ideas Which is fine. i'm actually kind of. I'm looking forward to something different anyway. But the other big thing that's happening tomorrow is quite conscious coming back. Quite con is an annual gamer conference. That they have the it started back in ninety five ninety six when quake. I came out They've had it almost every year. Since it's it's a type of thing where people bring their computers ernie all game together and all that and that's cool but the big news and this has been leaked they haven't officially announce is that one of the things are going to announce tomorrow is a remake of the original quake which i'm particularly excited about because i love quake and i probably have played through that single player campaign twenty times. I mean on different difficulty levels and finding out it's a it's an awesome game and if it is a true remake not a reimagining like the doom games I'll be particularly excited. I hope i hope that's what this is. I my understanding is that is what it is. So did you hear about this stuff. Thursday august nineteenth. Tomorrow's could be a big day. I just want to put in a plug for my game. Val heim anything just announced they've sold since february is what did you say. Cfc's was formed. Four point eight million active game players online. Yeah okay val is bigger that but they have sold seven point nine million copies of. That's you know pre release at either only charging twenty bucks so but it was an thieves sales milestone from a couple years ago. It was probably just one million or something. I don't remember as valentine's indie game. It's really kind of it's done so well It's very interesting to me. Lots of fun. all right mary jo. We're going to wake you up. Sh we can now take questions from the crowd so if you are in discord raise your hand. I'm an invite you all up to speak those of you who have If you're in irc you could just say question for paul or question for mary. jo wisdom. Three twenty-seven says will microsoft ever make a standalone virtual reality headset. Like the oculus quest to will they ever turn hololens guests into consumer products. They say they will. Oh interesting but they call it mixed reality so wouldn't necessarily be. Vr these servers blah blah blah every. Everybody wants to be in the metaverse. There is successful video imply for them while stomachs xbox They have no plans for vr and xbox and They never did it for xbox one. They say they're not doing it for xbox series did pretty well i think with playstation vue already updated version coming up his five next year. So i don't know let's go to the discord and kevin brewery is on the horn. Hello guys out you right. Welcome good question. Do you think microsoft will ever get around to creating a fence up for mobile..
"cfc" Discussed on Exchanges at Goldman Sachs
"This is exchanges at goldman sachs and i'm als- nathan senior strategist and goldman sachs research in this episode. We're going to discuss. The impact of china's heightened regulatory scrutiny on the capital markets and the implications for investors to do that. I'm sitting down with my colleagues from the asset management business. Stephanie que- a shock ws and critique so fought. Will i turn to stephanie who leads goldman sachs's private equity business in asia with a focus on growth equity investments stephanie. Welcome to the program. Thank you alison to start us off. We've seen a series of regulatory changes in china that have obviously rattled markets. Can you. I just give us a sense of the nature of some of these changes and their significance. So two weeks ago there happened. Announcements that rattled the stock market. It started with the attack sector there. The government announced that after school tutoring for kids from takes twelve needs to turn nonprofit there were restrictions in capital raising for these type of companies appeals not allowed in important vestige should not make investments there so the purpose of that stated still lower cost and anxieties of tribe weary as shortly after that there were other announcements that were made the focus spans across different sectors and i would say areas in food for example cyber security specifically companies that have more than one million users need to apply for cybersecurity approvals before they actually can listen in another trumpster. Antitrust is another area. That people were looking at and so i think that flurry of announcements caused the market to be very jittery in the last two weeks so i have been investing in the region in private equity for the last twenty five years i would say over the years. There have been a lot of cycles that came through right. I remember the asian financial crisis ninety seven saws. There was of course the cfc's an in between the volatility. It was always constant. I would say this time around. It came fast. In terms of the regulatory changes announcement. It came quite broad and it came cereal in terms of you know every day every other day so it did cause people to pause and take a look at ed but that being said i would say this change is not particularly very different from previous ones. In the sense that there will be adjustments. That will be made and we'll learn and will grow from here so uncertainty but definitely opportunity go forth and so what are we. Seeing in terms of private investor flows our clients getting to reallocate funds away from china. How they responded because we're in the private markets. The reaction is not that start yet. We're seeing people hundred understanding learning but we're not seeing any dramatic reaction at this moment in time. I think fundamentally people still believe that china is a very important market is large is growing and that this is more adjustment targeting internally to quote a quick fix the economy so that it could be a long term sustainable but that being said interestingly you observe the public markets while all that volatility was coming in china in the last two weeks in india. We actually saw that. There were a number of early stage. Tech deals are getting you know very strong funding closing and also some of the debut of the public market trading tech companies. Were doing very well. So why would try to put into together and say it's from china into india. One concluded that way. But i would actually say that it makes people think were diversification of geographies and diversification of sectors and industries. And i think a lot of the private investors remain very focus. I would say the pipeline deals that we have been discussing whereas all the discussion still going strong. So has this changed your medium or longer term thesis behind the growth opportunities in the region so we are focused on four actors in terms of growth investments namely enterprise software. Fintech consumer in healthcare. And i do think that. The whole seem of digitization and hence enterprise software into it will continue infrastructure still needs to happen and bieber not going to go back on that so we continue to look into quality companies let by good management teams in those sectors and in consumer for gen z. The whole theme about them be more individual. Sustainable you know looking for products are quality rather than clutter. I think that will continue. And we just have to again overlay with the lens of what is good for society as we make these investments and by the way some of these sectors are new. So we have to expect that regulation slow catch up at some way and so that any of those coming through would not be a surprise and on healthcare. I think the key there is innovation new stuff which is good for society which helps make the people healthier. I think that always be a need for that. That's therapeutic gap is there and it will remain there so we will continue to look into that and the key i would highlight again is margin setter fair and sustainable and that's how we're gonna look at the sectors so you ask me today. I was so saying that those four sectors are sound good and hopefully the valuations will be more reasonable right. So what i'm hearing from you is. This really hasn't changed your view. On the opportunities in the region the sectors that feel the most compelling from a growth perspective but ultimately is just putting a different lens on it as well absolutely. There's one element that is constan. It has changed and from. Our perspective is understanding the change seeing the change and continue to look forward. But i do believe the size scale of the marketplace will sustain our investments going for us and i think it is the key question in the sense that you can we still see the type of growth and innovation that the region's been known for in the wake of these type of developments. What is your sense of that. For sure i think innovation economic rose jock creation. it's imperative it will continue. I would see this as adjustment for quality for social goodness in factional. For the last i would say two. Three years has been a lot of talk about she about diversity and i would see this as highlighting the s within the es gsi rights sustainability when we make investments now we need to consider increasing lay is good for society but what does it mean for. Quality is a good for the next generation. Now what would regulators think about these type of industries and it is imperative that we actually factor that in when we look at sectors industries and companies. So i think as market calms down by the way. We're starting to see a bit of that happening already. There will be renewed interest into the markets. And it's probably not a bad thing for the valuations to the adjusted because it was actually getting pretty hefty. I would say in the in the last call. Eighteen months so the market is beginning to digestive at this point and turtled looking ahead absolutely. Thanks so much for giving us. This insight stephanie. We appreciate you joining the program. Thanks a lot. Allison is a real pleasure when now turn to a shock you abuse who has collided. Emerging markets equities and procrustes afaat a fixed income portfolio manager to discuss the regulatory impact on equities and fixed income markets but shock and critique. Welcome to the program. So i start having us so. We just spoke with stephanie. About the impact of china's regulatory moves on private investor flows. What's public investors sentiment looking like in the wake of these developments and bassac your investor in china on the equity side. So maybe you can give us a sense of.
"cfc" Discussed on Consumer Finance Monitor
"Vary very difficult For we as lawyers to figure out what the lawful rate is and i i can imagine How difficult it would be for A debt collector To get in down to to go down that rabbit hole. Let me Let me now turn to the third and final area of supervisory highlights. I'd like you to comment about and that is On the fair lending ron and it looks to me like the cfp noted honda and red lining issues. Can you summarize those issues for us. Chirp and again we. We're not seeing anything really surprising here. So it's no secret that the cfc's interested in honda compliance and had a number of enforcement actions in fact related to to compliance and here. The bureau simply noted that found widespread era errors in the hunga loan application registers of various financial institutions. And basically said these were due to flaws or deficiencies in those institutions compliance management systems. And so it's just you know it underlines once more how important it is to get those hunter reporting files accurate and the fact that we know that the cfpb will look at the accuracy of those and test them on a transaction by transaction basis during supervisory exams. You know that in fact has led to a lot of the enforcement activity that we've seen on huddah on by the cfpb. So you know it's the same. It's the same issue that we've seen before just replayed again and it's a warning to small business lenders who someday soon will be subject to a similar reporting requirement to honda under the section. Ten seventy one rulemaking. That's ongoing with the be right now. And as to which we expect to propose rule later in two thousand twenty one that the same kind of scrutiny in terms the accuracy of their reporting is likely to be applied to them up. Right chris. I'm wondering if you might For those listeners. Do aren't that familiar with ten. Seventy one just very briefly describe what it entails. Of course yeah show. It's very similar to home. Bet for small business lending. It requires.
"cfc" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Nine thirty six. While the mac noko now three point one. Fm and thirteen ten am. Thanks for being with us. Kevin line a lot of the colorado and joining us today on this tuesday or syrupy four by four. Vip guests kevin. We are inching closer to the start of college. Football too football in general. Where's your excitement level right now. I think right now more just confused by anything. The calendar I still can't figure it out this morning. I went on a run passover high schools and they had their football camp out. There and i'm thinking are really football season So it's confusing. But it is exciting. I'm really pumped up for eight. A hopefully normal ish football season normal is i know. There's a lot of talk going around but right now everything is full steam ahead good. Chances already come out and said that they're going to leave it to local counties for handling any of the protocols along the way which is exciting. Kevin yeah i mean we just feels like we've just wrapped everything up at least from the high school level and now we're bailing right back into this thing. What are you see here. Well let's let's start first with let's start for at the high school level. Dorian mcgarity headed to see us you. Yeah that's kind of a fun little bit of news before the season gets our door. You mcgarity is A little speedster one of those kinds slot receiver type sees one fort collins. This track stars as well. The guy that can displays here pretty solid season in their short They actually played for collins playing the spring. He had a little bit injury issues. I believe but by his ready to go and and yeah that's a. Cfc was his first Spf offer and and he jumped at and has been All over the the local kids they. They've offered multiple guys from fort collins. High school Several others around so they really are committed to the local and the state realm. And and that's one that You know obviously paying off in commitment already. And i'm excited to see what dorian does his senior year. 'cause he's quite saying he has all the talent to be a really special high school player. Yeah he does and like you said that they started off with the box of in. And i don't think that's their slogan this year for ceus you but they're doing they're doing a hell of a job at it. Yeah they really are making big efforts. I mean that we can this summer where they've been able host camps if you just kinda crews twitter you just take tons and tons of local kids Have been at the camps and many of them have have gotten offers at those camps. So yeah they definitely are committed to the state and It's a as we've talked about before a big shift from Mike bobo time and we'll see how pays off obviously it. It sounds. School is really fun to say. Obviously need to get the right kids to be a successful program but They definitely are committed to the state. And i if anything else you know. Draw drying us some public attention from around the area that will hopefully get some more butts in the seat Let's talk about kevin The conferences across the nation seemed to be at a crossroads. Right now. See us you know..
"cfc" Discussed on Electronic Specifier Insights
"They're essential for gaming filling work and keep them coming through a lens of a male chinese canadian expert and a female iranian canadian. Up and coming engineer. They will empower you to break. Some klaus ceilings and built software that the lights and how does the performance of the cfc's compared to others in use today. So i guess the most common transistor used in displays today and in particular in particular. Larger displays is a more for silicon key figure of merit for transistor performance. Though is far from the only important bradbury's the mobility effectively the spade in in some senses for office silicon zero point five centimeters square of all second so zero point. Five is is the number and that it always has been and it always will be. That's what that's what. I'm off silicon. That's before has our transistors. Using flexi organic semiconductor meals materials have mobility of one point five about three times higher. That's not always been the case for five or six years ago we'd been slightly lower than silicon but they the flex your materials to take to a point where we're actually faster than the most common transistor used in displays but perhaps just as important as the large area uniformity and stability of the transistor's really those those three things mobility uniformity and stability are together are defined the mobile the manufacture ability. And with you know where it can be used and ot meets or exceeds facility in those regards to uniformity and stability so really today anything you can doing amorphous. Silicon on glass. We can do with organic transistors on plastic of both types of electrical and optical performance. Okay okay and aspect. I guess one question listeners might might might crop up would be that flexible displays already in use in in today's smartphone so query Why do we need a lcd give could question and flooded. Seventy has many great qualities in addition to being flexible great black level fast switching speed creek viewing angle and bright future in smartphones..
"cfc" Discussed on Switched On
"It's not necessarily a penalty risk but it's a risk of not being able to sell your car particularly like a pig pickups as you'll be so those with more higher fuel consumption and this means that v. credits have been sold and traded right so they've companies are in a deficit and they want to get credits to cover their their deficit. They can buy from other manufacturers. You do. We have an indication of either how this works or even the price for buying the credits. I think versus the prizes still. The president is still fare limited. I because china doesn't really have a like a fine which kind of serve as a price ceiling for for the maximum level of the credit or the maximum of the baillieu petted. So that means a lot of automakers. Right now i actually negotiating the price off the table so rather than entering a into like a feed or accent auction we do because a back in two thousand nine hundred in twenty nine hundred twenty two thousand eight there has been an over supply of credits in the market which translate into probably lower credits for lower value for credit for however we do see that because there is a supply of the credit has been decreasing because of their strength target and that will kind of help by the price so some of the report or some of the article suggested that beckon twenty one thousand nine price per credit around forty to seventy dollars for credits and now it increased to over two hundred dollars which is still a relatively low compared to other markets etc. Relatively low seems high to me. Well we we do expect as the supplies of the credits decreases. The price of per credit will definitely be going up in the next years and even probably double the current level so that could be expensive prospect for manufacturers that are in deficit so once again pushing for more actual vs to be sold in the market. Okay so we're going to take a quick break and when we come back we're going to talk about what this all means for manufacturers both foreign and domestic in china what this means for their sales in that market. Stay with us okay. Let's talk about who's active in china and who's actually having to be concerned about these any v. credits and the afc. Can you tell us a bit about who the foreign and domestic players are in the chinese auto market. A little helps to look down to both the ice vehicle market but also give you mark. I think for ice vehicle market that a lot of the foreign manufacturers are still dominating china's the american General motors motors and they stole through their chinese joint. Ventures before evening market is mostly local particularly like b. y. t. or the excetera but there's also increasing number of either the foreign companies as well as kind of pure it'd be players like tests have been actively selling e visa in china for both the credits under few consumption. Cfc credit positions so a lot of the foreign on. International automakers Those wagon they sell a lot of ice vehicles in china. That museums have a huge credit deficit in terms of those credits. But also the cfc credits on the other side Small domestic manufacturers that byu and because they have a large portfolio or dvd's in their total sales and they got both surplus for envy credits and cfc credits. Domestic automakers tend to have more credits or they have a surplus of Credits so my initial thought on that was that okay. So sounds like vw. Might wanna rush to get it. I d three or electric vehicle into that market to offset. It's ice sales. Is that kind of what we're seeing happening or are they buying credits from other manufacturers. Yeah totally i think..
"cfc" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"I think i think we can take the preseason game and put that to the side as a non predictor How do you see this play out this weekend. I think why. Cfc is going to be attacking mine. They're going to have that attack. Mindset the one thing that we've heard in. It was just announced today that shawn johnson tappin of the team so he did a media press a press conference today and it's about the the locker room being very different than last year. And you mentioned guys. Like alex ring and ronald margarita Quite honestly they've both been criticized for being a little bit too selfish in the locker room and being a little bit too self centered and in their approach to the game. And i think that that that those demons have been Have have been chased out. So i expect the team to come out to come out strong but it is going to be about the foreign so cassiano sin can ten. He put those. Those chances on target custody is also very hot and cold player. He can either tear you up and make your defense look foolish or he can get frustrated. He likes to try to play physically like dom dwyer type of type of player. But if he's not getting the call from the referees and we saw that play out in the in the preseason game. That's why the the the the those con- forgiven yet may i. Don't you can argue about what you know whether it was Know what went were. The contact was put custody. Analysis redcar was for retaliation. And i think that's where he gets he gets he gets heated and and we saw it in his In the preseason game against for the runway. cfc's is winning to nothing but they're playing against the us l. squad and this guy is out there You know trying to trying to get under defender skin and it's just. It's something that you have to watch for but Yeah i've got say it's been i pick a two one victory friend wi- cfc just again like you're saying you just have having a confidence in the squad..
Demi Lovato Suffered 3 Strokes & Heart Attack After OD
"Demi levato is burying her soul and revealing. She suffered three strokes and heart attack when she overdosed in two thousand eighteen and her new documentary. Nothing is off limits. Take a look at this. I crossed the line. That i had never crossed. Are we talking about heroin. Are we doing the show. You at birth gun. Yeah snaps would. Cfc is she alive. People are gas bigger auction levels. Were dangerously low us. Oh you mean she to make it will watch all of her black. Come outisde party into a machine. She's like i can't. I can't see see him. I had three strokes. I had a heart attack. My doctors said that had five ten more minutes. Demi lovato dancing with the devil. Premieres march twenty third on youtube. I have to ask you guys. Do you think it's dangerous for demi to relive these moments are do you think it's kinda you know cathartic for somebody to go and relive this in front of the camera. I y- to be honest. It depends on the person you know. Somebody is ready to address that and they've worked through their trauma and they've done what they need to do to get them to a place where they can talk about it without feeling that poll. I think it's i think it's a great thing and also What did we hear that. She did it because she wanted to be held accountable by everybody. Who who saw it and knew everybody's been following her journey for so long. So i think i think she seems like she's in a really great place and that she has just really grown in her own and we all are on journeys so to allow her to do this. It's not my place to tell her how to share her story her story you. Can you stop someone who is at the top of their game. You know you're an artist you know When you're so high up on your game and you wanna do what you wanna do. Who is the person i think about. Amy winehouse materials you okay. It's time to stop. It's a mighty who's not on the payroll. That's the problem when you have your. And i hate to say this because i don't know what was going on behind behind the scenes but i see this a lot of times when parents are on the payroll our family members on the payroll the line between me being the manager in me being a mother. A father sister brother kinda sorta gets blurred. You don't want to stop the cash. But i will say and i know this from watching this preview. Is that an from my own life. Addicts are master. Magicians david copperfield. So when they want to hide something from you know how to do and she just explained in that in the longer preview that she's the master of hiding manipulation so a lot of times you don't know how bad it is because that person is gene races but you'd think that they can handle it also. I had a friend in the music industry. That was doing some things. And i didn't know how to stop him. I'm not on the payroll but you can say you would have to lock the person up. You would have to take them and take their hands and put them away. Yeah it to make them stop so it's a very difficult search. You and i are friends now. I'm going to be honest in the height of celebrity when when things were happening. When i wasn't on this show my fear would be if i call you out about something and tell other people that your career would be doom guilty for you know things leaking out and people finding out about your situation and how it can affect your bag and i know it's not about money but at the end of the day your careers your livelihood. So i did. I would be afraid to be careful when you can't want something more for somebody than they want it for themselves so if somebody wants to get better they're gonna they're going to get better and then you can just support them through it and you still get to support them in the ways that you can't but i wouldn't know how to think she's she's saying i mean she says she can't really seek Dr because affected her vision. She has brain damage. You think about this when you really look at it. You say you know what i was. I was skateboarding. And i broke my leg. Some people will go back to escape. You know what. I'm just happy that she feels like she is ready to share
"cfc" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Way to alert the whole building. If you to go door are we now in the dark. You got the lantern. Okay don't drop it. And then and then so. I didn't completely hear everything. Please don't use that boys. Because the oh she sneezed. She dropped lamp. The game was not a game. I sneezed and walked away. Was anybody have anything in their rooms. They need to get real quick. I mean i don't think this is a safe place to be. this building. did skelly ago. Antea where he disappeared to last search homes. It's looks to me like you might have bolted after we talked to him earlier. That just an assumption. I mean with all that kerosene. surely he had. There's some on him. We smell in the hallway at all. no it s not in the hallway. I'm a little. So here's the thing. I know we should get out of here because it's not. It's not safe but you think he's playing on. Burn this place down. Because he's hiding something possible or having points bodies himself other any other doors off this big main room. Where the newspapers are. You guys have already according to dallas. Y'all already left the party Porters apartment okay but there were there any doors. yeah okay. There were other doors in that room. Perhaps he just went through a back door or something. I mean anybody wanna go check now. I think it's dangerous. Get in there i think. Just get whatever you want to rooms real quick and then yell fire. Well i agree. That doesn't get closer to figuring out what the heck is happening. Protect the people who are in here. Let's see what you go get. The people one of us needs to go through this in in. Cfc's in that building in that room anywhere is there kind of Bro come borrow a bat. Didn't bring an bad. So is such a stereotype. Hey you're a baseball player. You bring with you on random vacation trips. I mean he's doing expedition our expert. Whatever it is. So i'm just here for the for the for the for the festival i wasn't here to speak. Is there anything that use us. Bludgeoning weapon in this room. Possibly a chair. I could just take off the league i mean. Are you going back into the dorm. I'm going back in the room with him. Is there like a flyer. Usually there would be a fire axe on the wall or something. The three of you make a spot hidden to find weapons. I am holding by lantern. Yeah i got nothing nothing for me. All right okay. I can do this just trying to think of something that will set the atmosphere appropriately. Gear fire You find calvin in looking and looking around the other. Don't find anything. There's kind of rifling things like. I can't find anything you find a.
Tony Bobulinski, Hunter Biden and China
"The Wall Street Journal has a couple of reports detail in the rest of the sort of Bob Belinsky story one. The headlines has. Hunter Biden, Sex business partner alleges Father knew about venture, however. Corporate records reviewed by The Wall Street Journal show no record for Joe Biden. According to The Wall Street Journal. The Biden campaign denied that Joe had any involvement in this Chinese venture with this oil company or stood to gain by it. Belinsky said he was rankled by Joe Biden's public statements. He never discussed the international business activities of Hunter and other family members. He also cited nearly $5 million in payments. A Senate Republican report last month said that C E F C made $200 law firm has another reason to come forward. Jablonski said he took part in the meeting with Hunter, Joe Biden and Joe Biden's brother, James Biden in L. A in 2017 when they discussed the Biden family business plans with the Chinese, of which Joe Biden was plainly familiar, at least at a high level. Biden campaign spokesman didn't immediately respond to a question about the alleged meeting with Bob Belinsky, James Biden and attorney for Hunter. Biden didn't respond to requests for comment. And then they, of course issued from the campaign. This blanket denial. Text messages and emails related to the venture that were provided to the journal. Bye Bye. Belinsky, mainly from the spring and summer of 2017 Don't show either Hunter Biden or James Biden discussing a role for Joe Adventure. Mr Gillie are is one of the partners told the Journal. I'd like to clear up any speculation that former VP Biden was involved with the 2017 discussions about our potential business structure. I'm unaware of any involvement in any time of the former VP the activity in question it never delivered any project revenue. Which sounds like maybe just maybe the project was on the road, and then it sort of fell apart. Kimberley Strassel has report over The Wall Street Journal on this She says. That Bible in skis text message just show he was recruited for the project by that James Gillies. Our character, 100 associate, Delia explains in December 2015 text, there will be a deal between the Chinese and what one of the most prominent families from the United States a month later he introduces Rob Walker, also a partner of Biden in March, 2016 Gilyard told Bob Belinsky, the Chinese entity was C E F C Which was shaping up to be the Goldmans of China. Meeting Goldman Sachs. Earlier promise that's a month to develop the terms of the deal with Hunter at this point, Joe Biden, of course, was still vice president. Is the deal began to take shape in 2017 by Belinsky began to question 100 would contribute. Besides his name and worried he was quote kicked out of the U. S Navy for cocaine use. Killer acknowledged skill sets it missing and observed that Hunter has a few demons. He explained that in brand 100 is imperative, but right now he's not essential for adding input. Hunter was hardly visible through most of the work until final negotiations ramped up in mid May, he brought in his uncle Jim Biden for a steak hunter in Texan emails wanted offices in three U. S. Cities, significant travel budgets of statement for Jim a job for an assistant and more frequent distributions of any gains. And, of course, he explained, he wanted a hell of a lot more than 100 $50,000 per year because his ex wife would nearly take all of it. Hunter repeatedly made clear that his contribution was his name. He railed at Bob Belinsky that the CFC heads are quote coming to be my partner to be partners with the Bidens even remind him that in this instance only one player holds the Trump card in its me may not be fair, but it's the reality because I'm the only one putting on and putting an entire family legacy on the line. Abiding claims he never discussed his son's business. But of course there was that made 2017 expectations letter, including that 10% for quote unquote, the big guy in one text, 100 said, quote my chairman given emphatic, no toe a version of the deal. Bye. Belinsky suggested that the chairman referred to Joe Biden. Deal fell through on the Chinese and in the summer of 2017. So is it possible that Hunter was freelancing? He was going around that that Joe had spent years basically patting me on the head telling me to go pick up bags of cash if you could help him And then now Joe's out of office and 100 want help Mount. He was freelancing and every so often you'd run something my job. Certainly possible certainly plausible. Is it true that Joe Biden while he was VP? Probably knew what Hunter was up to. Yeah, that is, that is probably true. Okay, So here's the problem. Nobody. The media wants to talk about this story at all. They don't find it interesting or fascinating at all that you're Biden has throughout his career engaged in sort of the low level corruption that many public officials do. Reckoning, sweetheart mortgages and that sort of thing. Well, or at least a sweetheart land deal from from people who are interested in some of the legislation on the table when he was in the Senate. And NPR put out an actual statement before the Nile before the denial from the Biden campaign. Here's what NPR's public editor said. Quote. We don't want to waste our time on stories that are not really stories. We don't want to waste listeners and readers time on stories that are just pure distraction. As unbelievable that is a taxpayer funded journalistic institution, openly declaring that they simply will not engage, but they're not interested whatsoever in the story preemptively. To the media. I mean, so all this is the lead up to their bait, right? The media are obviously and clearly on the side of Joe Biden, which means that the debate the stakes are really high. Because now this is basically the last chance. For Trump to set the table for Trump to change the topic from Trump to shifted course of the race. The members of the media again. It wasn't just NPR. Many members of the media were over and over, declaring that the hunter by the story was not, in fact a story. They kept a clean without any evidence whatsoever that it was Russian disinformation.
Conversation With Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson
"Delighted to welcome. To our program, a very important guests at this unbelievably strange time from the Mountain West Conference Commissioner Craig Thompson Commissioner thank you very very much for making the time I I, I can only imagine what your schedule is like. These days especially Zoom Bill Assuming there is one good afternoon. Paul good to be with you. You know I hope to mode no more about The next ninety minutes to two hours I have a four o'clock board calling five o'clock standing Monday de call, so we all compare notes and Kinda live by that old adage. God gave us two ears and one off for a reason, right? We're trying to learn from each other. Well we appreciate you making time I'm curious before we get down to some of the obvious questions Since, this occurred you. You've been very obviously active in in the NCAA, basketball tournament, having chaired the the men's basketball committee, and it all started there, and and I know in in your many many years is as commissioner. You've experienced so much but How do you? How do you prepare yourself for something like this? which is literally off the charts. Really is and you know again you don't because. no-one there might have been a few people worldwide They'd be well into their hundreds that were around nineteen eighteen. Spanish flu days, but For the most part, nobody's dealt with any of this Paul. So it's all new, and and it's It's disconcerting. It's hard. It's sad, but it's It's life and it's something we. We have to adjust to and and moved from. In as you get closer to what are really critical decisions, other conferences have made these choices many have not What what do you weigh as you're about to go onto? Another call here how how do you determine these things? Well, it's really got to beat a the safety and the health soccer you I think it's simply going to come down to what is the risk tolerance for for all the various groups just within our FBI subdivision and certainly there's. A rank and file and differences between the autonomous five leaks and a group of five leaks, but You've got you've got. A ton of governors. There's fifty state governors in that up BS group, one hundred thirty board of trustees, regions, one hundred thirty university presidents and Chancellors hundred thirty athletic directors under thirty head, football coaches, and I guarantee it dollar on the same page, and so you know we're. We're just trying to adjust on what makes the most sense for my university and ultimately our conferences. And everyone has a different set of circumstances as you said Commissioner Thompson but. It is late I think you know that we all we all know that. As you are about to go on these calls here in the next hour or two How do you start narrowing the window and coming to? Conclusions! Well we all kind of went into that false pretense and hope that fans should be better in July and August and we had time right back in March. We had four months to figure this out when we've got probably less than four weeks. A couple of weeks a big date coming up on Friday with you know the the six week period starting extended team practices, and then most camps opening somewhat in that August seventh time friend I! I had a good exchange with one of our head. Football coaches today saying you know I don't even know what to do. Because of campus regulations and concerns, we have one institution that's had nearly one hundred football players for little over a month. Now Paul and we have another institution that literally has no football players, conditioning of or working out degree, and so you know we're all over the map based on a local and university, muncipality rules and regulations and. I said this for months gone on standby. One of one of the big concerns and focal points for us is the state of California They just announced today that they're going to delay. The start of their prep season suggested until December or January didn't give an exacting, and they join a couple of states that the prep seasons have been canceled altogether one of our states New Mexico, so just just trying to deal with all the nuances and differences in rules, policies and allowances. As you as you try to deal with with some some issues before that certainly, the non-conference issues a lot of non conference. Games have been scrubbed. I. Has that been a major issue for you or Were you in reasonably good shape. Well it is a big issue, and of course years of all years. This is our twenty seven season A. We had more home games against PAC twelve than any time in our previous 21-year-history, we lost home games. Ucla at both. San Diego State ally. Utah, Colorado Washington state calendars on a state. They were GONNA play at the new two billion dollar NFL stadium in Las Vegas against UNLV so a lot of people like to point to that financial loss of losing the the six road at twelve games and a and a guarantee. Those seven home games from from both of financial interest level, and then ultimately you know television perspective CBS. Fox Aren't real thrilled. You know that we lost those seven home games. Talking to the Commissioner of the Mountain West Craig Thompson discussing all the variables. Commissioner. We. We've talked to so many different commissioners over these past few months, and as you as you so eloquently pointed out a minute ago. Everyone has a different set of circumstances and challenges you maybe more than than most because of the geographical aspect. But how do you think and it shouldn't be that hard to think about it since it's not far off? How how do you ultimately come up with what you would say? Good solution, not only for your member institutions, but for the safety of the athletes. Well again. You not to lean on your medical people and that's one of the. Major aspects of this board call coming up in an hour, so Paul because It's the first time that they in a while. They've heard directly from the the medical advisory group and you know they don't depend on them. You know they. They are the experts, will we? The board are economists and Then different walks of life. They're not medical people, per se, and so you know you really have to lean heavily on what makes sense I. I said four months ago and I I contend today. A lot of this is going to be perhaps probably triggered by what happens on our campuses. What they look like in the next month or so you know everybody's either hybrid mostly online You know there's GonNa. Be Certainly people walking around campus, but you know you. You really can't expect to have a college athletics if you don't have a fairly open in some degree. Campus. Commissioner I, it's no secret Wherever conferences are located and and and spread that football pays the majority of the bills there. There's some outliers of course but What's at stake you just from a revenue standpoint? Well you know. Let's all kinds of figures in I I know that A couple of our department said have lost Well in excess of ten million dollars now, and then could jump into without football alum Paul you know double and triple, and you know those are not insignificant numbers. They're smaller than the world. You live in I lived in Atlanta. For four years. New Orleans for twelve years both children born in New Orleans and well versed in an SEC football, and what it means in a walk of life, and so it's different, no question it's different I live in Colorado and and what it's like in Western states, but but none the less. You, do not escape whatever love your Ad. That football is probably that you know eighty eighty five percent of of an athletic budget, and and so it's so very important, but you know as harmful as painful rather as it is from the financial perspective now that cannot be the driving force won't be the driving force. It will be that the health and safety it'll be university decisions. You know I've always. Always felt. The presidents of universities and chances have an extremely difficult position now more so than ever because they're pushed him pulled in and all these different directions and you know I. Don't know how the decision will. Ultimately made would fall looks like from terms of football. I don't know who makes that decision, but Hopefully they'll be some clobbering collective. Let's let's go right to the College Football playoff. Can you even imagine a world where pick a number? Three conferences can play in the fall and seven up to play in the spring. What happens to see a p.? Is there a CFP? Does that make sense to have a CFP? I guess it might depend on those three conferences are and I use. You know you, you're GONNA have to look at this for for the good of everybody, and and you know the collaboration and collective exchange and we've seen conferences. Do things unilaterally I mean as a commissioner. You Work for twelve schools. You don't work for honored thirty FBI schools, and so you're doing what's right, and what's your membership is is directing and advise you to do, but we do have to get together and get the same page in some regards spor for the sake of the CFD for instance and the bowl system. I know at least I'm told in talking to your colleagues commissioners. We wind down. I know you've got a lot of meetings to that. You are a collaborative group. I mean that's a fact. I mean we see that all the time but it but I wonder though. Because we've already seen some some. Some schisms as we had the big ten, and then everyone else said something else I mean the PAC twelve and the big ten, and do you. Are you concerned about the stability of of what you do every day and try to work with everyone else within the framework of college athletics. I am and I'm not I mean again. We try to work together, but at the end of the day our plan for fourteen or ten members, order media have will dictate. What direction are leagues go and I know the NCAA takes a ton of shots, but the NCAA is membership driven. It's schools that are that are ultimately making decisions and the conferences the exact same way, so you know we can compare but I. I am concerned about The postseason college football, the the CFC's a five hundred million dollar enterprise NCAA. Basketball Championship is a six hundred million dollars in a prize number of conferences of two hundred and fifty to three hundred million dollar annual TV, contracts, and and we can't go ten I don't well. Yeah, anything's possible. You could go ten separate ways I. certainly don't think it's going to be that way at the end of the day. Commissioner will let you get back to your meetings, but thank you for making time. It was just a pleasure to to hear your perspective as someone who is so well respected. And revered in this industry we be well and let's hope for some good news. Stay safe yourself my friend.
Hong Kong extradition bill 'is dead' says Carrie Lam
"Was big news in hong kong today the leader of the local hong government kerry lab announced that a controversial extradition bill was quote dead this is a bill that would have allowed the island extradite hong kong ers the mainland china to face trial on congress of taking to the streets in recent weeks one march counted over a million demonstrators to oppose the legislation the concern was at the measure could be used by china's communist authorities to silence pro democracy activists in the territory the massive protests eventually force chief executive kerry lamb to suspend debate on the bill she even apologize for it but today she acknowledged that many residents of the former british colony just did not believe her there are still lingering doubts about the government sincerity all wearing a sweater the governor will restart the protests in the legislative council so i v eight straight here there is no such plan the bill is that most of the protests in hong kong recently had been peaceful but some did turned violent so also today lamb urge residents to avoid violence in the future a very small minority of protesters have used siltation so we sought to violent acts and then listen we are set to see these violent acts because they undermine the rule of law in hong kong so i make a very soon cfc here that in future if anyone in hong kong have any different views especially those about hong kong government's policies please continue to uphold the value of expressing it in a peaceful an orderly manner the response from protest leaders in hong kong was probably not what kerry lamb was hoping to hear one of the city's most prominent student activists joshua long went so far as to suggest that lamb was lying today especially when she said that the extradition bill is dead long noted the measure still has not been withdrawn from the legislative process hong kong gossiping could react defeat the game until next year july of course suspend sean install the electricity from cross it's better than nothing absolutely you know that yet long said the people of hong kong had no choice but to continue their protests until the extradition bill was fully withdrawn their movements still continue and we urge to terminate the instead of just playing the games as they own the field is that in fact they can turn the feel alive city so in the long run free asphalt free election and democracy but in shot right we still asking for her nathan the bail activism hong kong are also demanding that the government launching official investigation into police brutality following a crackdown by security forces on protesters the chinese government meanwhile has shown no signs of giving in to the protesters demands in hong kong and it continues tobacco kerry lamb any other pro beijing leaders there
The future of phone use is group chat and messaging
"The future of phones is chat and messaging and plain old texting is not going to cut it from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. Messaging is the future of smartphones. And I don't mean plain old texting. I mean things like what's up and apples, I message apps that let you send videos group chat. See when someone is typing and gifts and animations China's we chat is the ultimate messaging dream, a service that lets its users do all of that, and shop and make payments and order food delivery. That's all what Facebook wants to become with its new plan to combine all of its messaging platforms, but most people are still just texting and that technology needs. An upgrade one possibility is our CS rich communication services, which would bring fancy chat features to the texting app on everyone's phone. Sam Barker is a lead analyst following mobile at juniper research. He says we might still use. What's apper message to chat with friends, but our CS is a huge business opportunity when it comes to, you know, to pay to pay a traffic. But everyone uses I think the operators who mice conceded that. What's up other that they're going to get that back? You'll be very, very difficult to the winning comes to the business messaging side of things the consumers and the enterprises engaging their customers. That's where operators will succeed and to the appropriate is to make all CSS. He big quizzes as SMS's now through the, the native mess JEAN CLAUDE on small foot. Okay. So I would just interact with the brand directly. I would do my shopping, I would maybe get my customer support, but it does seem like, really the future phone. Use is going to be messaging in some form, not so much mobile web or apps. Even exactly we've seen, you know, users migrate from online browsing to in-app browsing and the next step. So this will be all CFC when be a case of having a dedicated up per Brander enterprise. It'll be a single app, you use with multiple contacts is much of the same way you have a new you'll app now, the, the they'll be contacting the lousy to does he connect with, with the brand new an enterprise. You. Need to contact them? I unfortunately they come be able to contact you. That's one of the, the key requisites in the standards for all CS from then, then on you, can you can register in the same way would do out and have the same functionality. I love that. I like how you say, unfortunately they cannot contact me. I as a consumer, I'm great with that.
China factories releasing thousands of tonnes of illegal CFC gases, study finds
"An industrial chemical damaging the earth's. Ozone layer has been increasing in the atmosphere in Paris. Christopher Joyce tells us scientists believe it's coming from eastern China. The chemical is a coolant mostly used in refrigeration called CFC eleven. It destroys ozone in the atmosphere, creating ozone holes that let harmful amounts of solar radiation, strike the earth and international treaty required. Nations to phase out. These chemicals by twenty ten yet scientists have detected a spike in CFC's in the atmosphere over the past five years. Researchers working in Asia measured and tracked the CFC's in the atmosphere. They found that up to sixty percent of increase is coming from China, the source appears to be in northeastern provinces, writing in the journal nature of the scientists attribute the rise to new reported use of the
Monarch butterflies headed for extinction
"Are reporting a disturbingly low count of monarch butterflies along the California coast, the CFC's society says it has recorded fewer than thirty thousand butterflies which is an eighty six percent decline since the year two thousand seventeen scientists say the butterflies are threatened by pesticides, herbicides and destruction along their migratory route they say extinction is
Global efforts to protect the ozone could be working, report says
"There's good news on the ozone front. Jim Roope reports. A new study suggests the hole in the ozone is healing up nicely. Ozone is a fragile layer of gas surrounding the planet that protects us animals and plants from the sun's powerful ultraviolet rays, which can cause among other things skin cancer and cataracts in the nineteen eighties. Damage was discovered in the ozone caused by chlorofluorocarbons from refrigerators aerosol cans and more. CFC's were banned globally in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven seems to have worked a report by the UN Environment Program says the ozone has been recovering at a rate of one to three percent a year since the year two thousand and it could be completely healed in
What's at stake on the field in the 2018 Heineken Rivalry Week
"We start with MLS because there is some mid week action and it's prominent midweek action because JJ this is rivalry week. Yes, Wednesday, seven o'clock, a nice Wednesday night, New York Darby to look forward to. I love it NYC FC and the red bulls navy each one one against each other. So far this season next Morales scored pretty late on the last time that they met to spoil Chris Armas first Darby between these two, typically the red bull's eye. I'm very curious about this game because I feel like both teams are pretty good and then wide CFC I feel like we're starting to see greater. Aspirant's from them on a grander scale, although they're coming off a loss at the weekends. Both teams may be hitting this game in an interesting time. Now, here's the one real quick that I, we haven't talked a lot about this, but now things are starting to happen. So I did want to get your thoughts, Thursday, seven o'clock, Chicago fire and Columbus Crew. And this has nothing to do with the game. But sadly, it's starting to feel more and more like an inevitability that the crew are going to be leaving. Columbus. The Austin city council passed a vote of seven to four for the building of a soccer specific stadium in the northern part of the city. And so now I guess JJ it comes down to this. If you give me a sec here, I'm going to read from something I saw on deadspin. They did a whole feature on this. This is from the article in deadspin.
Erdogan sworn in as president under new ruling system
"Two emissions by using such large quantities of cfc eleven that could delay the healing of the ozone layer by up to a decade the un body that regulates ozonedestroying chemicals will meet this week in vienna they will urge the chinese government to crack down rapidly on the production of the chemical is not two weeks since turkey's present urge one another election today he'll be sworn in at his inauguration with sweeping new powers over a country he's dominated and reshape during the last fifteen years the newsroom's alice porsche is here tell us more about these new powers well president urged one one a referendum last year to replace his country's parliamentary democracy with assistant featuring an all power executive presidency so this means is still technically democracy but it gives the president even greater authority in a really radical shift in turkey's political system so this referendum was then consolidated with an election victory last month securing president urged to another five year term so what does this new system meet well he can appoint and remove vice presidents as well as ministers high level officials and senior churches without parliamentary approval he can also dissolve parliament issue executive decrees and impose a state of emergency and that the weekend he was really flexing his political powers more than eighteen thousand police officers soldiers academics and officials were sacked and they were accused of many of them were accused of being linked to terrorist groups now there are reports of the incident actually crashing in parts of turkey when they publish the list of sackings because so many people were worried they may be on the list and they were actually going online to check it but this is all part of the purges which came about after the failed militia coup attempt two years ago and since then the country's being in a state of emergency and the un say more than three hundred thousand people have been detained or dismissed from their jobs really gives the scale of president erdogan's attempts to exert for firm control over the country was portrait thank you very much it's.
Klay Thompson of Golden State Warriors questionable for Game 2 of NBA Finals with left ankle sprain
"And seventeen by knocking off the orioles and a rain delayed the start game at camden yards eight to five miguel and do horan giancarlo stanton both at two run homers and do har with three runs batted in masahiro tanaka won his seventh despite giving up homers to andrew jones joey record and manny machado who slugged his eighteenth on the season at city field of medicine cubs went past midnight fourteen innings in fact chicago coming away with a seven to one win album more and ben zobrist with two run doubles in that fourteenth havi or buyers with a two run homer michael conforto at a home run to tie the game in the six it was seven innings for jacob degrom he struck out thirteen the capitals at home took a two one lead in the stanley cup final with a three one victory over vegas a goal landed assists for a guinea kuznetsov alex ovechkin also scored brayden hopi with twenty one saves money in dc will be game for the warriors does the cavs again later tonight game two of the nba finals at oracle arena golden state ahead one game plan but warriors coach steve kerr knows that the cavaliers are capable of coming back and i know it's not the exact same team but we had him down three one a couple of years ago and they might have been deflated and they came back and won so we were expecting another great effort from them klay thompson expected to be okay he's got a high ankle sprain he's been dealing with from golf price into sham rochelle a six hundred sixty six saturday as a onestroke lead entering the final eighteen holes at the memorial tournament tiger woods is in contention ings at night under had the french open sunday action all the way for madison keys and sloan stevens respectively caroline wozniacki and alexander's variable also be on the court advancing on saturday serena williams and maria sharapova setting up another meeting between the longtime rivals and why cfc beat orlando three nothing the red bills lost into england two to one the liberty beat indiana overtime eighty seven eighty one with a bloomberg sports update i'm frank garrity this is masters in business with barry ritholtz on bloomberg radio.
Former Congressman Alan Grayson: Congress Could Have Approved a Good Samaritan Law in the Aftermath of Hurricane Maria
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E3 2018 News: Xbox Reveals Major Changes for Its 'Biggest Showing ...
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