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"camber" Discussed on WTOP
"Restrictions apply for complete details, please visit optimum tax relief dot com. It's three 38. For asking whether on the 8s, here's Joe Conway and the WTO traffic center. City all of a sudden gotten really busy. We'll start off in Maryland 95 northbound jammed up for contrera drive to the long-standing crash near the patuxent river in camber we see the response still there along the left. Over on the Baltimore park green new crash just reported northbound north of four 50 Annapolis road, units are going out to respond sounds like there they've already blocked at least one lane farther north you'll slow leaving the beltway toward powder mill road and then briefly at 32 at 32 what you're doing is slowing down to look at a reported crash on the southbound stretch. Southbound Parkway in southbound two 95 slowing from 100 toward a report of a wreck just south of route 32. Again, you might find at least one lane block we can't see the incident, but we can see the nearby delays. On two 70, southbound slowing from one O 9 off and onto the truck scales to 70 north, they were looking for something near montrose road conflicting reports of either a vehicle fire or debris in the roadway, keeping an eye out for the flashing lights on the way there had the earlier crash on three 40 was done in your mount Zion road should be almost wrapped up on 15 southbound report of a crash near Sunday's lane. We are told by the caller that nothing was getting by. Going into Virginia 95 southbound slow out of large and most of the way toward Quantico, the crash of Dale City still there on the left shoulder, no sign of a clearing, but it's causing a distraction only not blocking a travel lane, north vanity 5 delays out of spontaneity toward falmouth should be all volume, then farther north on 95, looking for a crash due to the physics henny Parkway in newington, that's fresh, having seen it in a cameras yet, your easy pass lanes are, by the way, northbound on 95 and three 95. We are brought to you by Jackson Hewitt guaranteeing your biggest tax refund plus the double your refunds, sweepstakes, no purchase necessary U.S. residents 18 or older who file a 2022 federal return and April 2nd. I'm Joe Conway WTO traffic. Now to storm team four meteorologist Ryan Miller. Thermometer readings across the region, the afternoon close to 60°. We've got sunshine, and that sun
"camber" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"Maybe he didn't need to be around as much as some, but yeah, I think it probably changed a bit as he got older, but you're right. Wimbledon is the place you would see him all the time. And I think in the future years, you'll probably see him a little bit there too, you know, just popping in and out here and there. So you've been very generous with your time. I got one more question. But you think about the fact that he probably will be passed by a Novak and Rafa, right? And he will not have the Grand Slam record. In my eyes, I view him as the greatest because of all around what he's meant to the game. The charisma footage charity work, how he treated it the other players, labor cup, but do you feel that most people you talk to would feel the same way? Or do they say he's one of the greatest, but I can't call him the greatest 'cause he'll be he will be beaten by both Rafa and Novak for Grand Slam totals. It's difficult. I think it depends on whether you're talking to people who watch tennis or every week of the year who are constantly hearing this debate about the goat. Or whether you're talking to people who maybe only watch tennis when it comes to Wimbledon or when it comes to the U.S. open in the U.S. and they see they look at it in a different way than we might by being so close to it all the time. I think there's a bit of their recency bias because you know a lot of people, if you listen to macro talking about who he thinks is the greatest of all time, he'll put he'll say roger. He'll say rod laver was a man that changed the game and won two grand two grand slams calendar year grand slams going to say, I think in years to cut right now people were probably be saying, oh yeah, but Rafa's one more Novak's one more. You can't be the best if you've not won the most of the best tournaments. But it's the same debate we have with Serena and Margaret court. Does anyone think Margaret court's a better player than Serena? Probably not. You know, Serena run 23 grand slams in the modern era against all the best players over several different generations, Federer also did that, which is, you know, his longevity is one of the things I think will stand him in good stead when you come to debate it. So I think in a few years time it won't matter to be hasn't won as many, unless Novak goes and wins 30 or something. Yeah. Yes. Now that alcaraz has come along, I think it might be a bit more difficult for some of these guys to pick up more you know what's funny. I bet Rogers at home rooting for the young guy, right? You know, not that you ever want to, you know, obviously comrades, right? So you don't want to see Rafa and Novak lose, but you know, one slam a year kind of keeps it within range of Novak's car to run away with it.
"camber" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"I think Nike handed it to him. What are you going to? He loved it because he enjoyed wearing nice clothes like that, but I you saw Roddick's face and you thought, okay, maybe that's not the best move in the world that he ever made. But yeah, in general, I think he made being smart in tennis quite trendy again, which, you know, it had gone full circle, and you go back to Agassi in the 80s wearing whatever fancied to roger looking incredibly smart and there's probably a good balance in there somewhere for the ideal tennis player. But certainly off the court, yeah, he dresses very, very well. So one of the things I found fascinating over the years, and I've been traveling on tour almost ten years now. He is, you think about him sort of being like the kingdom Wimbledon, right? You think about Rafa being the king of Roland Garros. What I really find fascinating is I have never seen roger in person in a locker room in the gym in the cafeteria. At any slam other than Wimbledon. Really? Interesting. And I feel like at Wimbledon I saw him four times a day. I would say I'm walking to and from through the tunnel. I would see him in the workout room in the basement of the cell. I call it the cell. I would see him in the cafeteria, right? Taking up the table and a half. Yeah. They started raining. I would see him in the little player warmup area. Never saw him at the U.S. open, locker room, stringer, Jim, cafeteria, never saw him at RG other than on the court on the screen. Yeah. And I can actually say the same for maybe not Ralph. I've seen Rafa's U.S. open a few times because they want to name me as long wanted. But I wonder why I think about how accessible he was at that tournament. Was it because he truly felt at home? Or it could just be the way the grounds are laid out, right? And very few indoor facilities. So you kind of had a captive audience. But, you know, I felt like at other venues, he got in and got out. You know, it wasn't around. I never saw him in Australia, right? So with a Wimbledon was like, you could just, you almost got tired of seeing him, 'cause you got tired of the awkward hello again. Right? You got tired of being nervous again as you walk past him. Did anybody speak to how accessible he was there versus other places or how unguarded he was at wimbley? Versus almost invisible to other places. That's a good question. I think one person who spoke about him and the locker room in particular was the who beat Federer at Wimbledon in 2013 famously. And obviously now is in Ukraine fighting for his country, which is pretty awesome. But he said that in the early days, Federer was very accessible. In every way he went to see him, he'd be around in the locker room chatting and laughing. A lot of people talk about how noisy roger is in the locker room, which is another matter, but I think that it changed over time.
"camber" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"Federer. In game, right? And how to prepare because, you know, a lot spend I would say from round of 16 on, right? If you're a Wendy, you're a U.S. open and you're coaching either Rafa or Novak. You are from the round of 16 on. Focused on Federer. Not looking past any opponents. Yeah. But you're watching Federer to see how he's playing these next two matches prior to you meeting him in the semis and finals. And you don't allow your player to do that, but as a coach, your coaching to win the next match, but you're also coaching to win to face roger. And so what did he give, what did he give you that you thought was interesting? I think he was really interesting. I think he early on in there battles. Novak was struggling to figure out how roger could play the way he played without seemingly looking like he was trying. You know, it was always a joke, wasn't it? Federer doesn't sweat. It barely misheard a ball for ages. He wouldn't miss. It was also easy. And when he came forward at the net Djokovic was struggling to see how he could get the ball past him. And Marion just sort of calmed his mind, I think. He made him realize that he couldn't do what Federer does. So don't even try to think about that. You focus on your game. You get that depth. You get that incredible resistance and penetration, just force him to try to try and do something different. And as we know, Novak had some massive wins over Federer, including 2019 Wimbledon, which I imagine for all champions are incredible at forgetting bad moments. That must still hurt Federer because he played better than Novak. And vid admitted, I think Federer played better than Novak in all 5 of those sets. I'd say if the school was possible to do it, he could have won all 5 sets, but he played three shocking tiebreaks. In the end and those two match points that he'll rule for the rest of his life. But then again, will he because he's won 20 grand slams and 103 tournaments and everything else there is to win. Provider was vital was a really interesting guy. He just he just sort of said, he really enjoyed watching Federer. And I think they made Tony and Marion, both have very good relationships with Federer, which is, to me, is quite interesting because in arrival like that, you would imagine that the coaches would be also butting heads on the sidelines, but there's obviously a camaraderie among coaches as well. They all see each other all the time and you respect what each other does. But also, I think they knew that these three guys were playing the best tennis, maybe anyone's ever seen or at the same time in the same era. So they respected each other incredibly well. I think he just calmed Novak's mind and made him realize you just do what you do best. Don't worry about roger. And see how that goes.
"camber" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"Is struggling and obviously we know that coaching is not allowed. What was not allowed from the stands, but some coaches get away with it better than others. Tony said that he told Federer after he told Nadal after a set of match in a final somewhere where he said Nadal was just being beaten by Federer who was on fire that day. And he said, just slow it down, high up to the back and just remember the plan. It's always plan a plan a plan a, just do it. You slowed it down. You turn it around any one. And he said, you know, we had it all planned. It was all worked out perfectly. Until 2017 and it all turned around. And he said, that is the worst, that's the worst moment for him. Is when Federer suddenly came out and, as I said, tax on the back end. And from that moment on, I think federal won 5 in a row against Nadal. He started really mashing him up in finals, which was something he'd not done for years. So that was really interesting. Tony loved Tony loved the way Federer hit the ball. He talks about, you know, he likes, he likes what happens with the ball, but he likes the way the ball gets there. He did a nice way of explaining it. So obviously he liked Federer's aesthetic pleasing game. And he talks about the rivalry with Raphael as being for him, one of the greatest ever in sports, not just tenants, 100%. And for those that are listening, if we break down what Tony's tell, we talk about chip in the back camp, right? So if you're a lefty, someone like Nadal with sort of like what we call a reverse forehand where it's got this wicked spin. If you chip the return for Rafa, the ball slows down, it has backspin on it. So it's gonna land short and come towards the net. Yeah. That'll give Rafa enough time to turn any bad can into a forehand. And that almost guarantees that ball number two. They call it the surplus one. At the serve plus one ball four Rafa will then go to Federer's backhand again. And so he already kicking out wide nice and high. Then if he gets a chimp return, he can do he can get into the court and then give a second ball high up to the bank hand, right? And if it's too hot back cans for the first two shots of the point, then you're probably going to win 80% of the point. So that's the logic guys about not chipping the backhand or chipping the return to someone like Nadal who's a lefty because you're weak strikes on the right on the only sort of weakness to a one hand backhand is when it's above the shoulder, right? And so I always look at Federer and I always say, you know what? If he had a two hand backhand. Yeah. How many slams? What do you want? Yeah. Because when I look at the people who only, you know, obviously Djokovic and Rafa, the only place they had to go when they were in trouble was high to the backhand.
"camber" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"When you go back to talking to the guys who worked within when he was really young, I mean Sven the Corona felt Dutch coach who obviously worked for Maria Sharapova in many players. He was head of the Swiss tennis foundation, but Swiss tennis federation student when Federer was coming through. As a teenager. And he talks of Federer being pretty badly behaved in terms of it was never, it was never picking on another player. He was never getting in someone's face or anything like that, but it was always about him. He was a perfectionist, as you might imagine. And he couldn't handle Sven says that he just could not handle playing okay or well. He had to play perfectly. As anyone who's ever played any sport knows, there is no such thing as perfection. And if you aim for it, you're going to fail, but he really was desperate to play as perfect tennis as he could, even at that age. He threw his racket all over the place. He got involved in all sorts of awkward situations in terms of his behavior on corpse. He Sven tells the story about how I think there was some sponsors regalia at the back of the court and Federer threw his racket and it hit the curtain and broke the sponsors hoardings at the back and caused a lot of fuss and but the interesting thing was how do you deal with someone who does behave like that? Do you just discipline them really hard or do you sort of work with them to try and get to what's causing that? And I think the sign of it a good coach is that they deal with everyone individually in general. And they work out what works for them and spend it. We knew we felt that we couldn't just say to roger, you can't play for two weeks. Because he would go nuts. And it would just do turn and maybe turn him off Tennessee. So what they did was they put in one sort of court cleaning duty and stuff like that. But he was still allowed to train. He was still allowed to play. And that sort of east him through that period. I mean, there are plenty of other stories of him throwing his racket, I don't think he necessarily was a swearer, badly on court. I mean, he can speak so many languages you could probably hide it. Nicely. But yeah, it was generated generally throwing rackets and just getting incredibly frustrated. And you can see that even if you go back and look at video of his early matches on court on the tour, you know, he lost to a lot of good players, a lot of top players, a lot early on. They lost to Hewitt. I think the first four of the first 5 or 5, 5 out of 5, Tim henman beating a lot, pat rafter beat him three times out of three, but in the book that rafter says, you know, I got lucky. I got him before he became roger, but still there were people who got on top of him. And after even describes it as being mentally, really weak. And the interesting thing is Peter lundgren was working with Federer when Federer won his first Grand Slam at Wimbledon. Before that, rafter played fed Federer three times as I said, and he said he remembers Peter being really annoyed because Federer was really weak mentally.
"camber" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"And I said to him, we used surprise that Federer, the way he came out and played that final against Nadal. And as I said, he started to be more aggressive on his back end and from three one down in the final set. He just went nuts, cut loose, blade 5 of the best games you'd ever see in your life. And he sort of got really animated, and he said, no, no, I wasn't because he got the call from sever and lute, Federer's coach. The night before, saying, look, great. We need some help here. I want some advice. And so those guys met on the morning of the final. And it was fascinating to hear Craig sort of explain what he was trying to get across to several looting. He laid out a number of different tactical things that he could try against Nadal, but the one main one was he said, you can not slice your backend return or block it. You've got to go for it. Because it works well against everyone in the world except Nadal. And this is what you've got to do. And I've never heard that story told before. And of course, Federer went on to win that, and then that sparked his renaissance in later years. So when you think about Roger Federer, right? We think about his composure, right? I want to talk about how composed he was. But there are also a lot of stories about early in his career. Yeah. And maybe a little bit of YouTube video on some of the young Federer and his anger in his tirade and just the frustration with losing and how he handled sort of defeat. You did write a chapter about roger the student. And I think the thing is because as his career went on, so did social media grew. So did the media. So even the early stuff gets drowned out by the massive amount of content that we have access to now. But tell us a little bit about roger and the student, right? Because I'm a coach, right? And I actually love the fiery personality because I feel like we need some of that. You need, you can't be indifferent to the result. And sometimes composure can be miss understood as complacency and indifference. And early when kids are early in their career, they have a hard time masking it and it just comes out. But then later in their career, it's within, right? So tell me about a good story around the student chapter. Yeah, I mean, it's interesting. I've heard Federer talk himself recently about how, you know, in those years when he was not winning Grand Slam titles, 2012 to 17, he got to a lot of finals, but he lost final sets, 6 two, quite a lot. That sort of thing. And people were asking, you know, he's just not trying hard enough. He doesn't look like he's trying. He isn't got it inside him anymore. And he was really frustrated because of course he was. But he had turned himself into that machine that from 2004 onwards, just won all the time. So he didn't even have to worry about getting angry on court. Yeah. It's fascinating.
"camber" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"No one gives a little nudge, seems like a compliment, but actually there was a bit more to it than you imagined, then Federer, but he did it with a smile, and because it was him, he always thought, okay, that probably didn't mean that. But maybe he did. He was a champion. He was all these champions have egos. They all have incredible winners, attitude, and sometimes that comes across in a different way and not as nice a way as you'd imagine. But it was hard because he did create such an amazing impact on so many people. It was hard to make sure that it wasn't all nice all the way through. Now, you know, his personality is one that lends you and say, hey, roger, we want to write a book about you. His personality lives and said, yeah, that's all right. You know, right about somebody else write it about Serena. Her impact on I could see him saying her impact on the game and on the people was much more than I can see him sort of deferring. And attempting to give somebody else a spotlight. So when you try to write the book or you start beginning the process, did you confer with him and let's say Tony is like, hey, here's what we're doing. Did you need their blessing? Or it was like, you know, we're just gonna do it. Well, we sort of knew that roger doesn't authorize any books about him. So we knew that it was very, very unlikely we were going to be able to actually get a sit down with roger. Now, I've interviewed roger a couple of times over the years, one to one, which was a great experience. And obviously I've spoken to him countless times in press conferences around the world and Simon the same. He's interviewed him more than I have. But he was never going to authorize the book as an official biography, if you like. He just doesn't do that. And as you know, there have been a lot of books about Federer already. But we did speak to so what we did is we started to gather the interviews and as we did, we realized that actually there was a really good story to be told. And the one thing we try to do is to split it into chapters according to the impact that he had on these people. So we have fans and friends and rivals and peers and the professionals that we talked to Mary carillo as a unbelievable commentator about what it's like to try and commentate on Roger Federer because, you know, when you're watching someone who just makes it look all so easy, what do you say? So she was amazing about that. Each person was good on their own subject. But I think it's just, you know, we knew that it was unlikely we were going to get to speak to his inner circle any more than we already had done. So I didn't try and speak to evaluate, for example. Simon Graf knows severin luthi very well, but we just left them alone because we didn't want to upset the apple cart. But we spoke to Tony, we told Tony what we were doing.
"camber" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"With a very famous writer, a writer who is worked for many networks, many publications, but has taken on the risk of writing a book about probably the greatest male tennis player to ever play the game. And the reason why it's a risk is because when you think about this person and I'm going to wait to say the name, it can become a monotonous book. It could be chapter one through 30 are all about how great this person was. And how perfect this person was. And how he was made to play tennis. So it's a huge risk writing about somebody like that because they're really, it's not a lot of diversity in the story, right? Not a lot of villainous soda stories. And I'll take. And that person is Roger Federer. So we want to welcome Simon chambers to the show, Simon. Welcome. Thank you very much for having me. So, you know, when I think of roger, most people have only great things to say about them. And I'll start with a personal story. And I think that, you know, in my ear, I grew up in Chicago and the greatest athlete. Chris basketball player of all time. Arguably still to this day is Michael Jordan. And I was old enough to party in clubs. The same time he partied in clubs. And when he entered the room, he had this glow about him. It was a money glow. I mean, the scans perfect, the clothes are perfect. Nothing was off the rack. It's like he walked through the club and the Red Sea parted. Nobody dared to ask for a photo or asked for an autograph. It was like, let the man buy and don't say a word. And Rogers probably the only tennis player that I've been around that I've seen have that impact on every other person on the ground. And I remember 2018, I was caught in Sloane Stephens. She made it to the finals of Roland Garros.
"camber" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"About anxiety. Yeah, so I was thinking, I mean, before it, I was like, I don't know, I'd never, I've spent time in the backcountry. You're never ready. And yeah, I mean, I didn't really know. I mean, I had an idea of what I was getting myself into by didn't know, I don't know. What's the train going to be like, what's the snow? Like, I don't know, there's just like a lot of unknowns. But once I got there and was with the group and the group is really cool and all of the people that we were with were super fun and the guys were fantastic. And it wasn't. Yeah, my biggest worry going into it was like, am I going to be the slowest one? And that's not necessarily I wasn't. I don't know. And even if I was, like, everybody was super cool. The slowest people in the group were like, the up is more important than the down as far as actual speed and something like that. But everybody was so cool and accommodating and fun. So someone said on the first day, they're like, if by the third day, you don't know how the dick on the trip is, it's probably you. And I was like, the third day I was like, nobody's a dick, is it me? I mean, everybody was like, I don't know, it's just like, the crew is awesome. The people who work there are the guy that everything was an incredible time. But yeah. Yeah, it was bougie. There was like a sauna. The sauna granted is like a shed with a wood stove in it and no power. Yeah, but it's nicer than my sauna. Yeah, it's not yeah, the sun I have at home. It doesn't exist, so it was pretty sweet. It was hopefully not a once. Hopefully I'll be doing this annually. It was a really awesome experience. And I think it's one of those trips you can just put it in, and you go over here. I want a fishing trip every Memorial Day weekend. That's what I'm doing that weekend. And I think more people need to normalize, you know, like just putting yourself time to do stuff. And it's hard and it costs money and I understand. But planning things is so hard right now, and people are like, I don't know, maybe, including myself. And I find when I just put it on top like I'm going. You just haven't gone. And people call me, hey, what are you doing? I'm going here, I'm doing that. And we need to do that. And as you said, it's just, it's cheaper than going to Aspen for the weekend. Yeah. Yeah, totally. Yeah, the whole thing was and so we're in Buffalo, which is close to Toronto and flying in Canada from Toronto is super cheap. So it was $6 data parked a car near Toronto airport. Take the shuttle and everything. And there's a couple $100 for a direct flight to count. It's just like a really logistically from buffalo. BC is not was getting to the actual staging area because that was like 8 hours from the Calgary airport. We skied on the way out and we did put the way back was a haul. And we were doing it like as nice of a trip as it was. We still did it like ski bump style and we rented this on toro. We ran into 2004 Honda Hyundai, a Kia Rio. Oh, nice. 2004 Kia Rio at snows on it and the radio didn't work. We did like 1500 kilometers in this car with no radio. And yeah, it was the guy I went with. We had a bunch of fun. It was great trip. That's amazing. I'm jealous. I was jealous when you tell me you're going. I was like, damn it. Yeah. Well, maybe next time. Yeah, put a date in now. That's the key. So the thing those guys go, the guy who organizes it pretty much like they have a here has a week with the guidebook and the guide books a trip at a different lodge every year. So that's how they organize it. That's amazing. Yeah. It doesn't matter where it does matter where you go. But they said all the hots are incredible. They're not going anywhere that sucks. They're not like I was wondering a potty bit. I want the chef schedule. Where are you going to be Jessie? Seriously. It's important for supporting. We'll wrap this up a little bit. What's the best way? It doesn't have to be a quick answer, but what's the best way for people to buy skis off here? So that's a funny I've thought about that. So the process for purchasing them is mostly you go on the website and you put it in a deposit and then from there, we talk not some bolts. You can message me and I'll answer any questions, but to get on the schedule, you put a positive. And there's on the website, there's a thing, purchase tab, and you can look through it. It's like, it's $400 deposits, you start at 9 9 9, and then move up from there, depending on level of customization. So I have shapes listed and all those shapes with a domestic veneer. Are 9 9 9. And then if you wanted to move into custom width, what's in the press right now that's cooling down a dark side and a one O four width. Which I've wanted to make for a while, but it's not like a shape that I offer. But the customer wanted it, Mike, you wanted it. So I was like, the good time to do it. So yeah. So yeah, changing plans, like changing side cuts and everything and working within the rocker camber profile of the existing shapes and models and sizes. The rocker camera molds are the expensive part. The time consuming ones to make. Whereas the actual side cut radius, I can is a $100 extra, and then for a full custom skis and actually 300. So from a thousand to 1300. For now, we'll see how much inflation keeps going up. So I bought all my materials in the summer, which was cheaper than buying. Yeah, I mean, I buy all the stuff and usually may for a season ski building. But prices have gone up significantly. So we'll see. Yeah. And this is like my favorite question to ask people who make skis. How do you get the consumer to build the ski that they want? Because a lot of good skiers don't like, I don't know, I am fairly familiar with materials. But when I photograph weddings, I assume they're not models. So how do I make them look like models? So when you're building a ski for somebody and you give them all these options, you're like, oh, do you want pretty much dictate to what I think they should get? Okay, so take any feedback that you might have based on your level of competent perceived confidence or competence with how you I don't know, I was asking you my batteries dad guys. I'm a horrible podcast host, I'm sorry for everybody listening. But we are back. I was asking you how you get to how you describe to your consumer what they actually want. And you were saying, you kind of like, yeah, so pretty much blame to them what they want. Yeah, pretty much. Certain individuals like the skids in the press right now, like the kid, yeah, Mikey. Yeah. Super nice kid. Rip and skier knows what he likes knows what skis he's on and what he doesn't like about them. He's honest akana. And the tip isn't steff enough. So you should be on a blade. So the dark is so dark side's got a 15 meter radius. I bump it out to one O four. And I put, I mean, light it up with a bunch of extra carbon and we talked about exactly what he wanted for wits and that's super fun. We're like hanging out drinking a beer and drawing a ski in cad. I don't know, it's just like that's for me, that's super fun. But for the average bear, who wants a groomer zoomer? You want this. You want the eerie shape. You might want a little bit of carbon. You probably want a little extra fiberglass to give it a little extra weight a little more dampness..
"camber" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"It's time to talk with Cameron Camber of Centennial Capital Partners. Good morning Camp Hope. Get a wonderful weekend. Good morning to you, Ross. I did. The Broncos won the Hawkeyes one for my father. So, uh, that's a good weekend for us overall. Darn good weekend. Absolutely so. You, Your dad and I talked some months ago about these products called Unit investment trusts that I had said at the time. I don't really understand. And I still think I don't really understand them very well. And you sent me a note saying that these things are one of the fastest growing parts of the market. So I thought I would ask you this morning if you could talk about them a little more. Yeah, absolutely. I'd be happy to their You know, they've certainly been around awhile. But, you know, kind of back in the day. It was kind of mutual funds were kind of the king of everything. And those are kind of on their way out. Especially especially as me and my father sees it. And then obviously E. T s came to fame and really you I tease are what they really are Ross or more of a concentrated index, so Me and my father are really big believers in certain themes in markets, things like, uh, five gs of theme. Cybersecurity is a theme and really what these unit investment trust you as they have certain criteria like this company can have. So much debt or so much market capitalization, and they take something less to, for example, cybersecurity since it's a big issue today, don't take all of these companies that are in cybersecurity. They'll kind of filter them through their screens. Kind of if you were going to clear Creek and panning for gold, and they all the ones that didn't meet their criteria and fall through. And then all the ones that did would remain at the top and then you invest in those and it's actually a passive investment, because all as kind as no really management while the fund is alive, and they're generally only alive for 18 to 24 months. And then they just do the same thing. They just refilled through those screens again. They panned for more gold, and then they have new series that come out year to year, so they're very inexpensive. They are very much on the rise in Finneran. The SEC absolutely loves them because they're fully disclosed. And you know exactly what you're buying into. And for how long you're buying into it. That's that's fascinating so If already try to generalize a little bit. Would you say it's It's something like the way any TF works, but much more narrowly focused, like on particular industries, rather than trying to mimic a whole index or something like that. Yep, That's correct. It's pretty much a concentrated et f you know, and the T F could have a couple 100 positions and some instances and really with the unit investment trust. It's around 20 to 30 positions and not hold again is for about 18 to 24 months, So it's more concentrated and we look at certain themes. You know what's one thing? Me and my dad. Certainly my father has been good at for a long time. Now it seems certain themes in the market and, uh, there were certainly in a lot of themes Right now. We believe in emerging markets obviously cybersecurity as I mentioned Five g clean energy, though we may not agree with that it sounds like that is where we're going, So we might as well invest in that and possibly make some money. It's a great point. Don't let your political views or philosophies cause you to make bad market decisions..
"camber" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"At 6 30 K help turn off her securities through Cambridge Investment Research Inc member S I. P. C advisory services through Cambridge Investment Research Advisors Inc. Registered investment advisor Cambridge in Centennial Capital Partners and not affiliated alright, Let's do this right to our VIP line and my good friend Kurt Camber of Centennial Capital Partners. Kurt, You know, my my background is finance. So I think of almost everything in terms of its impact on markets and the economy and all that, and I I saw a story yesterday. Maybe Westbury wrote about it that some stats about economic activity. Or maybe it was factory production. Dropped a little bit and you know they're talking about the impact of the delta variant. And I guess people are trying to figure out is the delta variant a big deal or not. Economically because it seems like a much more transmissible virus. But on the other hand, lots of people are vaccinated. So even though case numbers are up, deaths aren't up a lot. So how are you thinking about this from a market and investing perspective? Yet has definitely had an effect on the market. Remember the markets already always trying to look forward, maybe six months at a time. So if we look, we go back several months when the delta variants seem to be spreading quite rapidly amongst the adult population, the working class population of country you saw markets fell off and in many of the can't talk about the individual stocks. But many of the Different areas like travel airlines. Energy. You know the destination types of hotels, casinos. Those also love. And now you're seeing that that reopening trade come back alive Because now the Delta variance, especially amongst The older population or the working population, which has either been more exposed to it or more vaccinated is starting to go down a downward curve where the vaccination or whether infections were really coming from is And the numbers is in the school age kids to maybe having been vaccinators have been exposed because they've been home less likely to get very sick. It's unfortunate if one child gets sick, but they're less likely to have the severe problems in meeting overpopulation would and therefore now you're seeing a resurgence in a lot of those, uh Reopening trades, which is a fairly interesting opportunity. So can you just give us a little more? Definition of what you mean by a reopening trade. Well, people getting confidence and they'll probably go to maybe a resort casino. Perhaps they'll fly more in airlines. Those types of things that will probably be more under reopening. If they're doing that, Then what is going to likely happened? We're going to consume more energy because we're a long ways away from being off of fossil fuels. And when the you know the foster fuels had dipped after being very strong, coming out of the bottom when they went negative in March of 2020 Just the futures market did, um, it was a situation where they really gained to turn. They sold off quite a bit here in the last 60 days. Yeah, they have really had a resurgence yesterday, and they have a nice researches today. Right. I was noticing that actually follow oil markets a little bit. They went from from mid seventies too low sixties pretty fast. And now, as you know, just in the past. Maybe 48 hours or so. They've recovered about half of that, but that was a pretty dramatic selloff. Yeah, no question about it, and it really has to do with it confidence that we're going to get past Delta and that it's going to be a situation where either third through herd immunity which you know, Jeremy Siegel said. A few weeks ago, they were pretty good going close to being there. Or if you've actually extra vaccinations or the pressure of extra vaccinations amongst the populations. Get American movement pretty fast. So I think like, like any good virus, it got illness. It The Delta variants wants to keep toast the lives of spread faster, but you know it's going to go through our population and eventually this will be behind us. And we have to look forward. And what is this kind of right now? What looks like a great by and there's some goodbyes right now. Yeah, folks, I think you get a sense of, you know, I think of everything, Almost everything is relating to markets and investing. Kurt Spence spends all his time figuring out how these things can relate to your personal financial situation so he can give you the best advice on your own investing.
Kemba Walker Leads the Celtics To an Impressive Win Over the Clippers
"I guess we'll do, he came out scorching and was pretty often throughout this one. I thought those back-to-back threes in the second half where the key moment of this game that gave the Celtics are multiple possession. We that they ultimately had to the rest of the game there. Once they hit those became a rebounding back the rest of the way. I thought the Celtics are pretty Dreadful on the boards for most of this game and show it to you guys. Robert Williams came in and made all the difference there. He was a rebounding machine as he has been for most of the Season change, but on camber, I mean, what are we talking about at this point? I ten games now somewhere between eight to ten games in a row where he is been himself at the very least. Maybe not home. Most exceptional definitely not his lower rung of production somewhere in between. You know, he's been steady. He's been fairly consistent. I'd say double-figure scoring every single game now four or eight straight games his last one was the seven point out against Utah, you know a few nights off in between a few months or games off of those nights off 25-28 32,000 see when he's fresh when he's well-managed at this point. He's going to be able to give you Kimber production.
"camber" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"He's too old house upside. I mean, that's the wrong way to go to I mean because sometimes that's not the case for most players, but obviously this is a special case and you know what, you know, Jimmy you bring up the Broadband that that's always a guy I see flashes off. But tonight I mean it's easy cuz they play the Toronto Raptors, but I saw Fred vanfleet. I mean it pay him. Is a Fred vanfleet man? What what a prize that's going to be for the Celtics. I mean, I'm off and two-way player, you know a constant three-point threat quick with the ball example eat on him bragman's a combo more of six 5, you know, not not I know comparing I wasn't comparing the you know, the players I was comparing more of like their Readiness completely Yeah Yeah. Well, yeah, you may have to college but they both did for years. I mean, like I said read off settings in Fleet is a ceiling is is ridiculous has been fully right now is playing like a top 20 NBA player. I mean he's a so that would be a that's a crazy high ceiling the way he's playing right now. He just a page. Normally they don't do that when you get paid good. So let's let's start to put a bow on it here. We got another one tomorrow night guys thoughts heading into that. Essence those are tough games and Detroit's history of basketball, right? Giants Works Giants players the best worst team in the league probably ever they they're competitive. They they go hard. Jerami Grant's awesome. We've seen this team twice already. There's not a lot to rehash about them. And jerami Grant's having a friggin phenomenal, you know. Yeah. We're open 11:00 on the road. There's absolutely no excuse for the Celtics knocked off tomorrow. I'm not saying obviously like home and Road doesn't mean as much but swing the damn game and we're talking this is here and do we September I you know, I mean, it's a different story that you would be looking at that that camber. Yes that camber for sure most worried about it. So now you could be looking at a is this the Nesmith game. This is a good game to sit those guys, right cuz she can remain competitive with those guys you would imagine you could remain competitive. Yeah. I know you gotta watch it Sunday games tougher to so yeah, it's it's all kind of No brainer, I think Brown might go if he feels good, they'll probably just because the games huh. Yeah, so it's all very close. You're right. They gotta travel on Saturday. There's a lot of considerations their life probably needs a little rest given his ailments. It's it's a much different Pistons team in some ways too though. They traded Derrick Rose this week who hurt the Celtics in that series Josh Jackson has fallen off the map for them. So they've slipped a little bit but they still have pieces and I'm just thinking of Jeremy Grant in particular who should be right up there with Jaylen Brown and others in the most improve Place category, maybe even a fringe Fringe MVP K. So he's top 10 in that voting because his he is just been brilliant with that team. It's unbelievable how good he's been his boss man for them and then are trying to win games. So it's going to be competitive but in the fourth quarter, you can make the place even the game that the Celtics lost and then we hashed a million times how they had like seven shots..
"camber" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"So it brings me back to our Tepee conversation and our Personnel change discussion and what goes back to bed with a missing Hayward spot on this team. They have to make a trade this year. I don't know if it's going to be Barnes or something more marginal and the edges which wouldn't be too exciting and probably wouldn't be all that impactful. If it's just a red X style move, but they need to make a move of some sort this year. We still talking about back to Isaiah Thomas that they haven't made a midseason deal and it made sense in recent years because they wage. Had this thing where if they were able to get fully healthy last year, which they were never able to they said we can Bank on that if Hayward Brown Tatum and Camber all together this team to final team and maybe if there's a greater championship team and the problem with banking on being healthy, which I think is something you could probably do to a lesser degree with this team to say if we're healthy we can get there is that your boss not going to be healthy in the playoffs. So how can you set yourself up to have some depth to sustain a loss in the playoffs? If Kim was not there if smarts hurt again or you know, God forbid router Tatum. I know they'd probably be dead at that point, but make a deal this year. It's still too early. I know the market hasn't gotten that far along yet and find you know, we've all talked about what the playoff structure of this year is going to do to the trade market, but they need to make a deal of some sort to shake this up to get the team closer to where they want to be take some pressure off Tatum a bath. Around and maybe add a guard to the mix. I don't know what it's going to be. Ultimately. I'd like a winged more guard would be my second race. A lot of people have thrown around Biggs like Bagley and drumming in those kind of guys. That's last on my list of what they need right now. Like I said, I'll roll with the three bigs they have now if you're better elsewhere, if you're better elsewhere, you'll be that's going to matter. So if we're ranking what's good about this team right now you go one brown to Tatum, you know, they're probably one in one a and right behind them the bags the bags have been fine, whole I think the big have been pretty good for this team and look smart as smart, you know when he's here, he's fine and cambis just kind of working him in so we'll see again. Kemba's incomplete right now. Why is everyone so mad at Brad Stevens? That's how a who he going to blame. But I guess I'm losing my mind here. I am not you know me Bobby. I am not a Stevens apologist at all at all. Okay, I think absolutely I think off the Celtics fan mentality that he's a Beyond reproach and you know inbred We Trust I think it's a little bit overblown..
Can Australia and China learn to get along?
"Tensions with china. Australia's tried stash with. China has escalated sharply with savage new tariff. Sit hit our wine industry hard from tomorrow. All australian wine will be hit with a one hundred to two hundred per cent hike. A move gross. I will devastate the industry. There was an abc news account of china hitting our wine sector of course assign deterioration of sino australian relations in the past. Gee indeed relationship between our nations have not been so dismal in more than half a century that is since before them opened ties with communist china. Mainland we give expression to new international album. No nation is on you. Aspirations symbolize law china upon our region. That was then prime minister. Gough whitlam ushering in a new era of cooperation between beijing and camber that was in nineteen seventy three. However in the past year in response to cambridge calls for an inquiry into the origins of covid nineteen. The chinese government has launched an unprecedented economic retaliation against our export industries. We mentioned one. Is bali. Beef lamb cotton lobster timber call and so on. Now you might ask not unreasonably. Why can't cambridge just restore relations with china indeed. How often have you heard the critics. Say if only camera toned down its rhetoric. Restored a dialogue rebuild trust with beijing. If the government did all these things did more to accommodate china all would be well instead where told cambra native sleep provokes trade partner by implementing foreign interference laws rejecting the wildlife. Fog j. network beat and calling for an inquiry into the origins of the crown of ours. Now that's what the critics site and you've heard many of them on this show in recent years. The hugh watt the jeff rabies. The stephen fitzgerald's the linda jakobsen's the giants lawrenson and some of them. however kanchana really rise peacefully. And is it really fair to say that when there's trouble it's invariably the fault of either washington's hawkish policies or a net australian diplomacy. How do you deal with our largest trade partner that is converting its economic might into strategic and military clout. Well we have a terrific panel is political editor of the sydney morning herald paid. His forthcoming book is called red zone. China's challenge australia's future as published by lacking books. Get i paid. I welcome back to national tomo. As a pleasure and she'll mahbubani is a distinguished fellow at the national university of singapore's asia research institute keisha. Most recent book is called. Has china won. The chinese challenge to american promessi k. Show it's also a pleasure to welcome you back to between the lines especially it'd be backed up now. Many australians as you will know are understandably anxious about what they see. Is china's discrimination against australia. What do you think is targeting. Us and abbey's measures against our exports justified in your judgment. Let me try tom to be very frank and help flow by giving you. What's that regional exception of australia. In the larger context the world has changed. We have gone from the euro than domination of world history to us. The ancient century and australia is very lucky that it is situated in the heart of issues now but australia still behaves culturally a western society in an asian dominated environment. And just to give you one simple example but you walk into an asian home. Most times you take off your shoes. That's asian culture. This not western culture the take off your shoes now with decide their fall to live and work in sight and asian home. Do you want to try and understand the issue norms or do you want to work. Only with western nas. That's the fundamental question that australia faces. Well you have risen case your that as westin palace slowly but steadily received from asia australia could be lifted stranded together with new zealand as the sole western entities in asia and paid a casual guys on following on from what he just said that quote as western power recedes. Globally australia's predominantly western population could feel very isolated and lonely. Niger asia paid a hatchet. How would you respond to katia model. Bonnie depends on how you define whist and tom If western society western values includes retaining liberties if it allows us to have free speech freedom of association freedom to choose our governments and reject them. Then i think straightens would happily subscribe to the definition of wisden
"camber" Discussed on KCRW
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There Were Some Positive Developments In The Boston Celtics Loss
"I believe it or not. I'm going positive here. I thought were a ton of positive developments tonight. Kemba Walker was awesome for large stretches of this game. They unlocked Daniel theis. I mean, I've been waiting all year for that Kemba entice combination to start rolling again. And I think This lends more credit to Titus actually being the starter on this team going forward once hate him gets back. I love with Marcus did tonight like a very inverse game for him doing all his Works inside The Arc in between at The Rim against embiid. He was incredible here execution late was definitely a challenge but you know, he didn't necessarily have a co-host enforce camber being within the flow of a game on you mentioned that him coming in awkwardly there after not playing the middle stretch of the 4th. And I you know, I guess you probably could have got more shots for Brownlee the game, but that would be the only complaint I have and even he cooled off with him. been after starting most of the game 50%
"camber" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"camber" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Also say cal cal. Cal calzone calzone or as ben wyatt from parks and rec likes to say cal jona something like that noun from nineteen forty seven a baked or fried turnover of pizza dough stuffed with various filling fillings usually including cheese. I could definitely go for a cal jonah. Read about now this is from talion. The singular zone is the singular of kells zony which means pants It's augmented of khalsa. Which means stocking from middle latin calcutta from latin caucus which means shoe and And then it's connected to that calc or calix word which means he'll Was so cal zones the pants of pizzas. I don't understand what the how how they got to this This pizza dough thing but who doesn't like a cow zone. Next is cam k. C. a. m. the pronunciation guide said k m number. This is the first forum down from seventeen seventy seven a rotating or sliding piece as an eccentric wheel or a cylinder with an irregular shape in a mechanical linkage used especially in transforming rotary motion into linear motion or vice versa a rotating or sliding piece in a mechanical linkage used in transforming rotary motion into linear emotion or versa. I think i can imagine this in my head Maybe i'll see if i can find a picture or a gift or a video Two or you can just look it up yourself but they use it with gears and things Now we have the second form of cam noun from nineteen seventy seven a full two hundred years. After the other one The synonyms are camera Especially video camera next. Is cam all caps abbreviation for one computer. Aided manufacturing to complementary and alternative medicine you are doing it complementary to non alternative medicine regular medicine next is camaraderie. You can say this a few ways. Camaraderie cameraderie cameraderie cama kamyab now from eighteen forty a spirit of friendly good fellowship. I don't think they mean a spirit in a ghost. It's just you know the spirit of good time this spirit a spirit of friendly good fellowship..
Danny Ainge's Celtics Conundrum
"The logical question though, and he got into this a lot with Bob and we got his thoughts. But obviously I want yours as well. You know, there are only so many options really that Danny Ainge has because of just the economic setup of this month. Stir, you know, it's very top-heavy salary cap wise young guys, you know, you can all right fine. So you don't bring back like an enes Kanter not a young guy but a cheap guy, you know, that's that's not going to give you all that much flexibility back. So it's really do you want to trade Marcus Smart, which I don't think anybody wants to do or do you want to move off of Gordon Hayward in some way shape or form now? He has the power which is often for that 34 + million dollars next year or he could opt out do what everyone thought was going to happen with Al Horford last year, which is re-signed him, you know more years lower aav average wage will value or you know option three is obviously you trade the guy. I don't think there's a scenario in which he just hops out and doesn't return I don't believe that anyway coming off the injury, maybe if he had had a bought a strong healthy season and great playoff run sure, but that wasn't the reality. So it's it's kind of a b and c with Gordon, but you know Brown who has just resigned isn't going anywhere. Tatum's going to get his contract cambuslang. In anywhere, so it's sort of adjusts, you know, your your salary cap position as a results to Hayward or you kind of bring back everybody and you just look to cherry-pick some depth off that balance like you're talking about right or or is there something I'm missing? Yeah. No, I mean and that's the other part of it is in you mentioned Caden pretty extensively Jaylen Brown has also shown he can be foundational second piece that goes he's turning twenty-four I think in like two weeks to have another player like that who and let's face it. The Celtics are pretty fortunate like the wage and they gave him he would Be worth a little more right now. She was going into like restricted free agency. So in addition to those guys being pieces you hope and assume they're both going to get them like camber is what can build which is, you know, an All-Star starters really good. Obviously your concerns about his knee. Hopefully that there's up but with Tatum and Jaylen there's still some there's still a level there. You think if you're if you're a self extension you hope so maybe that's what it takes to kind of get over the hump and you talk about Hayward. Obviously, I know fans are kind of disenchanted with them. He's had some just brutal block really like it's not like these injuries you suffering because he's like frail or like, you know, like just just brutal brutal luck. But off this year when he was healthy like last year when he was healthy. He was still not himself. It was clear this year when he was healthy looked really good. He was one of the best players and I think it was encouraging birth. You there aren't a lot of Gordon hayward's out there. We talked about like moving off of Gordon Hayward like he's back and playing like he's capable. That's a pretty big asset to have particularly. If you're putting them alongside our guys like Jason jail and who were still on their uptrend?
C.D.C. Recommends Wearing Masks in Public
"The centers for disease control and prevention is now recommending that people wear cloth face coverings when they go out in public the help slow the spread of the corona virus these could be homemade masks or bandannas they should not be surgical mask around ninety five respirators healthcare workers need and I are in short supply NPR's camber keys explain social distancing guidelines still apply U. S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams says researchers now believe people without symptoms are spreading the corona virus even just by speaking in light of this new evidence CDC recommends in the task force recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public for public settings were other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain like in grocery stores or pharmacies we especially recommend F. in areas of significant community based transmission but speaking at the same White House press briefing president trump had a decidedly different emphasis you can do it you don't have to do it I'm choosing not to do it but some people may want to do it and that's okay it may be good probably will that make it a recommendations only recommendations
Six Nations: Andy Farrell 'happy' after Ireland win over Scotland
"The US secretary of state Mike Pompeii and has had bike strongly at accusations of the United States no longer believes in the international community addressing the international security conference in Munich he took issue with the German president Frank voter Steinmeier's opening remarks about an American retreat from global cooperation Mister Pompey essay did nothing could be further from the truth paraphrasing Mark Twain he said the death of the trans Atlantic alliance have been grossly exaggerated the foreign ministers of China and the Vatican have met in Germany and was believed to have been the highest level talks between the two sides since the establishment of the people's Republic of China seven decades ago is Roger Wilco when he and arch bishop pull gonna comment on Friday on the sidelines of the security conference in Munich both are said to have expressed a desire to build on the recent agreement it said the Vatican should have the final say on the appointment of Roman Catholic bishops Beijing also now recognizes the pope as the supreme leader of the Roman Catholic Church until twenty eighteen Chinese Catholics was split between a state run church and underground institution there is still no diplomatic relations between room in Beijing the pope Francis is said that he'd like to visit China Australian major report same members of the parliamentary committee have scrapped a planned trip to Britain as part of a worsening diplomatic row between the two countries China wholesale is in Sydney in a rare show of disapproval the UK's High Commissioner has reportedly written to the heads of two Australian parliamentary committees to formally protest the leaked details of sensitive talks with Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominique rob during his visit to camber last week according to local media reports the deputy chair of the intelligence and security committee Anthony burn strongly criticized Mister rob he reportedly said to the to allowing China to build bridges five G. telecoms infrastructure was equivalent to letting Russia constructed the parliamentary committee and the high commission of both declined to confirm the reports you're listening to world news from the BBC who the rebels in Yemen say they've shut down a tornado will play belonging to the Saudi led coalition that intervenes in the country's conflict five years ago a rebel spokesman told a Hootie run television station that ground to air missiles down the aircraft in the northern province of Joel the security forces in Mali say eight to the soldiers have been killed and four others injured in an ambush in the central region of cow early at least twenty people were killed in the multi region imbalance between two ethnic groups Molly has been blighted by instability since an Islamist rebellion began in the north in twenty twelve public press sermones involving thousands of monks have been held in Thailand a week after a soldier show dated twenty nine people the killings began when the soldier killed his commanding officer and stole weapons from a military base he was shot dead by the security forces inside the shopping mail researchers in the United States have warned of the psychological and moral dangers posed by the growing availability of sex robots with artificial intelligence the annual meeting of the American Association for the advancement of science was told that agencies were too embarrassed to investigate and regulates the use of the robots hello good reports the number six robots are advertised online including one large sized mannequin that links and sinks it slips as it talks researchers say that they're concerned that such sex robots pose a psychological risky uses Machon real relationships and they also worry that there's a more risk to society by normalizing operant behavior towards the machine for example some robots can be programmed to protest to create a rape scenario the scientists have verged regulators to investigate the risks of A. I. six robots before they use becomes more widespread and that's the baby see news hello this is Max basin and welcome back to the world this week this week has seen a dramatic shift in the political landscape of the Irish Republic general election produce results which few soul coming including apparently the party which came talk in the poll shin Fane I said that because if shin Fane had fielded more candidates they might have found their way to forming a government a little easier as it is shin Fane widely referred to over the last forty years as the political wing of the IRA secured roughly the same number of seats in the Dublin parliament as the two major parties fina Foyle and fina gale Chris page is our island correspondent it was a huge leap significant results really breaking the mold of Irish politics which is held for several generations shin Fiennes surge in the general election means that it's not up there with the two parties that have really dominated government in the country for decades FIFA fourteen FIFA Gail both centrist parties challenged by should fit in which is very much on the left and shin Fane and its leader Marilyn McDonald ready very successfully positioned itself as an alternative to the tea party some she termed as the establishment art fits of Irish politics focusing relentlessly in issues of housing and health but resonated very strongly with the are selected and Sinn fin really remembers a unique political organization certainly close to unique and that it operates in two different countries as well as not being the second largest party in the Irish parliament in Dublin it's also the second largest party in the regional parliament in Northern Ireland towards parts of the devolved government so in terms of its old Ireland's positioning in politics well it's not an extremely significant position and don't very much mainstream certainly in the in the Irish Republic which is an extraordinary transformation fission fame because this was remember interviewing Gerry Adams for example the formation vainly to in Northern Ireland during the nineteen eighties found that sometimes an intimidating affair with his body guards around him and the association with the IRA and now it's about small country the image yes should finish ready in thirty years gone from being a political pariah to a party of governments in Northern Ireland in the party that's challenging for government in the Irish Republican in many ways stop reflects the journey of the Irish Republican movement from guns to government does he say throughout the course of the conflict in Northern Ireland should fit in links to the Irish Republican Army the main part of the trip fighting for Northern Ireland to leave the you can be absorbed into you the Irish Republican took more life than the other group and not very lengthy conflict since the IRA cold cease fire in nineteen ninety four but shouldn't be in Studley increasing its growth in the power sharing government in Belfast in Northern Ireland and noisy positioning itself is the second biggest party in Dublin and very much in the running to be part of the government there should be taken the chin vent itself is been surprised by its own success given that they they could have run more candidates in in Ireland's proportional representation system possibly could have formed a government yes I think that's certainly true shin Fane Philip forty two candidates that's for a hundred and sixty six in total of thirty seven of them were elected night one of the other parties to be during the course of the election **** a few days ago that if Sinn fin had run say twenty more candidates will that of one probably ten more seats so that's a sign shin Fane strategists themselves didn't quite see a surge on this scale coming so not some really old on to the a parliamentary arithmetic if we got a bit of a three way standoff three to four nine for the gill say they're not going to go into a coalition government with should fan because of policy differences on because of the party's pasta associations with the IRA so you have should fade trying to put together a coalition with other smaller left wing parties but even if all of them came on board we still find that particular coalition coming short of the eighty seats they needs to form a stable administration I think we're going to find this whole process taking certainly weeks if not months and it's also very possible but it will be resolved the toll on will be heading back to the polls for another general election and how much of a problem is that for an island to be in the midst of such uncertainty when you know major things are happening around it well certainly the major international challenge Ireland will have over the coming months is the trade talks between the UK and the European Union since what with which our shuttle trip starts in in the aftermath of the U. K. exiting the E. U. so certainly I think everybody in this whole negotiation process in Dublin would agree it's better for Ireland to have a stable governments to lead the country three about process not the last politics is politics the voters are given their verdict not spend we have this very complicated picture on resolving about is certainly not going to be easy Chris page it's not just an island that old certainties are coming under scrutiny this week saw an unusual cloud of uncertainty descend over German politics the woman angler medical had hand picked as her successor and a great crime Kambala or a K. K. resigned as leader of the governing CDU the Christian Democrats the move was raised all sorts of questions about the future direction of German politics as I've been hearing from Damien McGinnis in Berlin this latest crisis was ready Spock's by a local florist see she shows after votes in the eastern German state of Thuringia in which I'm peas in her policy I voted for candidates as premier of that state's also supported by the far right AFP this display needs that she lost control of her policy because one of the big round was going on within the center right CD you is whether to work with the following safety particularly in eastern German states like syringes or whether to keep this firewall gave the far right that we have right now so I KK stepping down as clearly as you say a very poor reflection on the leadership of the CD you but how much of a blow to the party and indeed to angler miracles supposed plans for a succession if anything the struggles of any potential successors show how indispensable under the necklace so personally speaking it hasn't really hits her very hard but what it does to damages under Michael's vision for her policy and for Germany because what time the mac was done what I leading Germany is ready for a policy to the sensor grounds and what's cook conservative critics want to do is really make a center right possible Conservative Party again on this is a big impacts on the country as a whole because this part is the biggest party in Germany it could well be in government next time and the question is is Germany's biggest policy does journeys next government become more conservative I'm potentially one day even work with the far right safety or does it potentially stay in the US and around the maybe even one day from
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Australia refuses to sign UN migration pact
"Stray Leah's, prime minister, Scott Morrison has said his country will not sign up to United Nations migration agreement because it would in his words endanger security, the UN global compact for migration asks signature is not to detain would be min migrants arbitrarily and also to us detention only as lost resort. Will Scott Morrison says it doesn't distinguish between those who are legally enter Australia, and those you come the right way. There's a his words not mine. I'm joined by Karen Middleton. He's a chief political correspondent for the Saturday paper in camber. Welcome back to twenty four carat and what is this global compact for migration? How would it affect the way that Australia deals with immigration? Well, I guess it is a bit of dispeat-. I've the answer to those questions. The global compact is a United Nations agreement that is due to be signed. I believe in a couple of weeks. I think in Morocco. So the government here like other governments had to make decision fairly soon. Whether or not it was going to sign up at the United States decided it won't Israel has decided at won't. And some other European countries are also not going to agree. And I think the point that imagined is probably the case Dickey point for these sterling government because it runs off show detention centers. It would have a problem signing up to something that said that detention was only a last resort. When of course in the case of people who came to a strategy by but as a solemn sake is it was a first resort police drilling government. So that's that's the problem. I think having read the language in the pact does distinguish between people who come in a regular nanna and people who come in an irregular manner. So I'm not sure what the prime minister is saying now think that might not be quite right human rights, tra-, straight director says that Australia's immigration policy, and I'm quoting is a textbook case of how not. To treat both rivals by sending them offshore to enjoy abysmal conditions for years and trying to shirk its international responsibilities onto less developed countries. And it's pretty damning word in terms of the way that Australia is treating people who arrive on short here. We've seen a series of reviews and reports and comments from international agencies criticizing condemning Israeli handling of immigration for years now, but successive governments remained on moved on the point of of short attention. Interestingly we have in recent times, saying some form of immigration officers here in his dryly who have turned whistle blower, and who suggests that the evidence shows that in fact, it's not the detention centers that is dissuading people from getting on boats, and it has the policy has stopped people from successfully getting to a stray Leah, but but the other aspect of the immigration policy, which is in fact, turning bucks around so rather than the mandatory detention regime. Being the deterrent. It's turning around at see that seems to work so on that basis if that is true there really is becoming very little reason to Kate these people in detention, and I think the public sentiment which has always been very sensitive to issues with my Gration and has tended to favor a hardline approach things to have been shifting, and I think this growing confident on the population about having to account for the the action the national action in holding as people in they centers for for five years or more. You say that the the public opinion shifting away from a hardline approach, but that doesn't necessarily chime with the opinions of the current prime minister Scott Morrison who hasn't been in office that long, but who seems to take an immigration as one of his key issues. Well, should clarify what I made I don't necessarily mean the population is swung away from heartland of perch, but they're increasingly uncomfortable with off-shore detention. So I think they want the government to maintain a hard line against Assad. Seekers arriving in the stroller. They just don't like the the idea of people being effectively jailed for for this long. So that's the dilemma for the government. Scott Morrison is actually a former immigration minister and has been a tough talker on border protection for a long time infected. Hey who claims the credit for stopping the bite.