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"chaozhou" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

04:30 min | Last month

"chaozhou" Discussed on Doughboys

"The PECAN Pumpkin ones they were great, and also the I mean, the the Pumpkin. Chocolate chip I buy her. PUMPKIN PIMP. PUMPKIN can pancakes. Triple P. and they were great There was a caramel sauce with them in that was on the side and that was Kinda stuck at the bottom of the container. So that was kind of the only downside, but you can scoop it out and put it on the pancakes and it tastes good when when I stuck my fork in there and I got on it but they were they were. Really really, really tasting my mom was very happy with them and I. Re- I loved the chocolate chip pancakes ow they were I haven't had an animal long time and I in I got a little chocolate chip kick for our next episode I got something with chocolate chips in it too. But the chocolate chip pancakes were were tasty. The only thing they were they were so good with including everything in. The in the bag like they they didn't miss any single item and the only thing that they didn't put ketchup and cream and sugar and everything. The only thing that there wasn't was was butter and if I had butter for the for those chocolate chip pancakes. I would've they would've put him over the top and I really loved him. anyways. How is the? Minor. She with chocolate chip pancakes normally like the chocolate just gets a little messy and there's just a little too much chocolate. All over the bottom of the pancakes but like when they're really mixed, well I'm like it was mixed pretty good. It was like it it it it wasn't too light on the ships, but it wasn't too many chips. It was like a chocolate melted mess. At think Giradelli Chocolates Chaozhou who la La it was. Let me tell you. They were real. Really enjoyed them i. wish I had butter, but there was a syrup and everything it was great I walked inside and just got in butter but I didn't WanNa go back in The coffee was great. I really enjoyed the diner coffee that we had. We both thought it was pretty good. The orange juice was just okay. Isabelle had just changed a machine. Now, a part of the thing that she had to do on around was of she was doing everything she was machine but she she she was a machine herself but she changed orange juice machine out. So it was it was just okay it was one. Of those minute maid orange says, but the eggs, the eggs were cooked perfect and so Kudos to the chef whoever's back there because an over easy is not and I had a bite of my mom's over easy egg as is not easy to do, and then the the scrambled eggs with cheese were really really good. I put some ketchup on their the Hash, browns wise like you were saying it was that sort of thing of the Hash browns were just okay they they weren't. They weren't great. Yes. They're the ones with cheese on I'm like even though it just I you know travel just like ten feet I, still it. Just didn't work as well. If there was if there was any, you know anything that critique, it would probably be the the Hash Browns I. Think if you look at the Denny's the Grand Slam, breakfast they don't include Hash browns and their Grand Slam breakfast, which is their signature breakfast. I yeah. I think that's an indicator of of how much they stock putting their browns but it's Yeah. That was I will say speaking of the eggs scrambled eggs in my trees Oh burrito I think we're we're also very well cooked. And That's that's what you're what you're looking for I. Did you get any also make? The Hash browns if they were more crispy throughout like if they were just like There's too much mushy potatoes underneath the top layer of rice penis and I think putting cheese on that would probably make it even more mushy and grow so like I feel like if it was a crispier Hash Brown, they might be I wonder if you could order them beer like if you could say like well done or something because that might have made them a little bit better. Yeah. Yeah. That that that could have helped and also didn't touch on the Bacon and Sasha's I thought the bank it was good. My mom like didn't think that the sausage was like a great quality sausage but she we we both thought it was pretty good. And then the toast was the toast was decent but it was like. Even, traveling just ten feet or whatever you know like to go toast is just tougher of if I put it I ate the buttery sections of it and it tastes pretty good. But if they have been a little warmer and tells us, it would have been fine. So Overall. It they did a great job with with my breakfast. Wow sounds like we all had. Very enthusiastic things to say or mostly enthusiastic things to say about the AM side. But what about the EM side of Dennis? Let me put on my blanket. Let me put on my pajamas hold on. The PM side hold on. We'll find out right after this packwood.

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"chaozhou" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

Three Wide No Cover

07:52 min | 5 months ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover

"Treasure. Back to the money men we outdoor setting caulfield was twelve maters. Riser says it was ice off six. We think it was probably self seeks closer to a soft seven. Obviously needed to be on spayed those lines, one, two, three, four five. We're a major advantage. Rice seeks. There hasn't made a rice benny going pretty fast here. acorn stand at torn, twenty, three, six, four, hundred, twelve, one, our last, two, hundred, just K. for the dye. Well sort of defied logic a little bit this horse because they weren't winning from the abbots one pretty easily really well. This is the stage of the day. We pretty think you've pretty much nailed the patent. These happens you like. What to do, but Obviously was on the backup police fitness a few horses that we resume, but. You say alone luck. Probably the thrill made a mock the horse to be on. The host on the inside were really struggling to. Finish off the rice was. This hasn't made a rice and I. Don't Know How many times we say combat. And made a horse. All four wins abandoned affairs and made his. And the Mike wanted to be a little bit of a go at it. Twenty seven dollars into nineteen dollars Ms. Cats are worried about who and here four dollars to five dollars fifty so marketing wannabe with the Finnish north. Acumen the other one coming down from Sydney with some really big writings, four fifty to five dollars finishes seeks the marketed won't won't pass seven dollars, fifty four fifty finishes fourth, and I think going out of the rice. That's a Horse I. WanNa Bite bookie. His willmore PASOS first stop off one hundred and fifty four is. It's not as and made a horse got some really good writings to. It's nine twelve. Hundred made is our can even probably second up nail. I want to play with that. Horse Oregon. It's going to be was in no I. Think it'll be winning the fact that mark with I. In good stead for the campaign, just to touch on that theory made a horse into affairs made a rice. There are reasons why that happens. Because they stay has made a rice as a run at a completely different tempo to what eleven hundred and twelve hundred mater Rice's I and I get a similar pool of whole says, but designed the certain amount of horses actually handle that pressure of the theaters and made a rice. Isn't it suits racing? More than what it does the others. With you will pass the horse to follow, Miss Catherine I. Do not know what to do with the. Concerning now, isn't it on? kyw And we sort of. Shifted in the market a little bit, but wasn't noticeable, wasn't consuming in as I, said Reynaud, fashion rice probably knocked up and now I say these performance and I go. Drop it in class, take on more while probably newly hard to place near because she. One, that toy tries I prep so nasty becomes a really tricky commodity to putting the wrought rices. And rejoice very smart in terms of pricing horses. What happens work? Cut Out a little bit with here at the Moment Oregon. Just one more horse before we move on proper rogue was held up in the street ran well, probably the quick line, but there's a couple like that. There was another one in rice to that I didn't mention them now. Sign it, which had no luck whatsoever. DSP care for those horses that was theoretically a bit of a travel light or a long day. So there's GonNa be some horses that will look like though around tasted intruder one the rice. They might have won the rice if they get the split. Just be with them going forward. I think are just see Perot probably to be more improvement in. Saying, it does it differently now a growth that proper. Thinks. Showed that. Rice seven. He Benny solely run rice. Point two of a second, so I'd stained toy. Twenty, three three to twelve one home, which is pretty good, but dominated by a horse that. He's going really well and I've spoken about this a little bit before. In terms of if you might have a really good homeless, but if you don't place your horse very well. It sometimes adds up to nothing. Laurie is done with these horses bearing nothing short of sensational in the tombs of Egypt through those. Sixty, four hundred seventy S A couple of packing him then he went to Flemington still in a benchmark rice up the strike he won again and then again he's not going I'm going to win two races now I'm GonNa taking open handicap, and then all of us, you can bust your horse so well placed. He's a horse plenty of ability. But he's also been so well. Pass that he's just. Telling us why it's the comparison you can drawers fantasia. Last week he skipped about three or four grades. He's writing. He's Rod up in Alan Hayes missed opportunity to work his way through the grades. Are we also from doesn't NATO because he he is legitimately. Not GonNa say star, but he's he's a horse. It's GonNa win plenty of rice. Zeta White, but there's plenty of horses. Say Ego, hang on! You've WANNA rice packing them or wherever? And they were going into town, and it's dislike. You could be working. Raisins for I'm not. Privy to the case. But that is a great. Learning I. Think for trainees out there and for people that look at horses and guy. You can just work your way through and win plenty of money and nine. Or three run home. You can decide to go put your fate in the date water. Let's. Work on that comparison four over find page I know the different age groups, mainly both emerging sprinters. We think in front pages panel the head of the souls, or I think so. I think front pages very very very good I think Alpha. But. On writings and stuff say there's probably two and a half between. Artistique, maybe a bright L. FOR ORO. He's done a fantastic. Get often injury. He could come back. Even better I'm not completely right right now. Thirty, you know he's got a couple of good races eating on. He's a beauty. He's an absolute beauty worth noting same image eight fifteen to four dollars fifty heavily supported supported again to starts ago with Dan. It was off the map and ended up starting of fiber. It's a horse. It goes forward to understand why the pros want to with it, but it's got a big number. I think one diabate night to strips strip. The the is still going well. He's going to run that figure again one night and he gets a raw conditions. Yes, he had displayed the rice shape. Theoretically you need fiber. Hit and Miss Vermillion, this describes. The horse on mention SANSOM had two runs back Neil probably got to twelve hundred meters and ready to win. He gets. He's Guy Twelve hundred meters now. They should be right for him. Some. Rice site near very slowly, run rice. He Benny three quarters of a second outside, Standard Thome, twenty-three, five to four, hundred, twelve, one, four, last, two, hundred, only fair when you going that slightly on neither I have a two thousand Mehta's. But? I suppose this talking point really here. Resolve of us, isn't it? Whilst the replays Letaba views just that last hundred made is unknown. pull up line, but the fact that sell some came back to Beta on the lawn was very wiring and. He was talking. About these holes before the rights, obviously, that is very ambitious, and he has avoided the evil so far. He might just be grip three-horse, which is no which is? Still a decent horse, but everyone expects it to be a little bit better than that. Yeah, it was look he. That race set up perfectly for him. I thought price that he'd had that month off news to wake seen. Would've loved Johnny Ellen Tomorrow. We keep pushing forward like he's not no I thought. This was the last run for the prep. Go Forward Mike. Dame Chaozhou pulled up lime and it looked like that last hundred meters. He looked. Poor so obviously has clearly got an issue so hopefully many Williams can. Everything's Xikai with him, but yeah, it was wearing his. Five attitude team wasn't an awful drapes. There was no issue with that. Miramar was fifteen dollars into eleven dollars fifty two days after coming back from the World Cup. W. Entertain. Still think he's GonNa. Run off putting the Treasury. Still think he's gone or what needs to on the road. and. Silla just are. Just, a little bit there just wasn't great for me..

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Three Approaches for Doubt and Mistrust

Secular Buddhism

06:41 min | 7 months ago

Three Approaches for Doubt and Mistrust

"And now this jump right into the discussion around the Zenko on that was shared in the last podcast episode. So this Cohen says one day. Chaozhou fell in the snow and called out. Help me help me help me up. Held ME UP. A monk came and lay down beside him. Chow Chu got up and went away. And that's it. That's the Cohen. And I WANNA share first of all some of the thoughts that come from the Patriot community. Because as you know I've mentioned we we have discussions around the podcast in around the Cohen. And I WANNA share some of these thoughts so ellen says quote this is what the Co on makes me think of when experiencing difficulty emotions like grief or depression and your loved ones. Want to help. But there's no way to pull you out of those feelings or make them go away so often. The best way to help is just to be with you. While you're feeling them the feelings can run their course with someone you love by your side until you have the strength to get up on your own close quote and I agree with Allen's assessment here I think oftentimes we try to help someone and our way of helping isn't helpful and other times. You know all we really need to do is be with someone and just by being with them like in this case the monk lays down beside him and that's all it that's all he needed. Chaozhou got up and went away is what it says. Okay Matt says quote I think it is an example of reactivity chow falls and his initial reaction is to panic. He fears that he cannot free himself from the situation. The monk comes in lies beside him to show him that. The situation is not a crisis he too is lying in the snow and did so voluntarily in doing so one can see that there is no emergency lows quote. This is an interesting take on it. I hadn't thought about it from that perspective but I think again with these. Cohen's you know this is a an invitation for you to extract meaning or whatever you're going to get out of it for you and it's Kinda cool. That Matt stalled this. This is kind of a different angle to it that I think is accurate. And a lot of instances in life where we are in a situation and we're thinking how Megan to do this but it's helpful to know that somebody else has been in this situation and they were able to find a way to to cope with it or deal with it then I can too and I know I felt that before and honestly I think a lot of us are feeling this. Now with everything that we're going through with the lockdowns in the With with the covert nineteen. I was telling my wife this the other day how much more difficult it would be to face these uncertainties in terms of jobs and the potential financial repercussions. If if I knew this was just happening to me but somehow by knowing that the whole world is trying to figure out what to do about work in about Income and things like that somehow makes it so much less stressful. Because I know it's not just me. We're all trying to figure it out and that's kind of what Matt is talking about here so I I like that thought. I think there's something there to it. Suzanne says quote this Cohen. Really resonated with me and I was reminded of the key. Idea of Montessori. Education helped me to do it on my on. Chaozhou asks for someone to help him help them up. Which would be quite a passive way of reacting to the present situation like a child asking their parents to do something for them. Instead the monk lies down and shows Chow Chu the passivity of his response. Once having realized this Chaozhou is able to act for himself it up under his own steam and walk away and then she says it it also reminds me of the raft analogy the monk and his compassion are the raft which enables Chow Chu to get up and leave behind the monk. Which is the wrapped? Close quote. It's always fascinating to hear other people's perspectives on these stories. Because we're all in different places in life we've had different experiences in life and we see things from a unique vantage point. And that's what I thought of when I was reading Suzanne's take on this. Like what a cool way to see that again from a perspective that hadn't crossed my mind and the correlations that she's drawing that hadn't crossed my mind and I liked them They make a lot of sense to me and then I wanNA finish with one more with Nancy's thoughts so nancy says quote. This Cohen makes me think about when I have a problem or situation that is troubling me and I turned to a friend or a loved one for help. The best help I have received is when that person simply sits with me and listens close quote and that's getting back to kind of the way Ellen talked about it and what I kind of took from it. Which is that sometimes. The best help is the help. That's just being with someone and not actually trying to help that certainly a lesson. I took away from it and I think sometimes we see this in our own lives that the best way to help someone to just sit and be with them and to not try to help in fact. Oftentimes the trying to help makes the problem worse. I know I've experienced that Both as the receiving on the receiving end of that but also on the other end where. I'm the one who's trying to help and I'm catching myself that my health is not helping him. I don't know if you've experienced that would assume some of you have. You can kind of correlate this also with the concept of teaching people to fish instead of giving fish I've correlated this a little bit with the thought of with my kids like teaching them how to think rather than what to think so. Yeah my mind has gone to a lot of different places with this co on. But at the end of the day I like visualizing Chow Chu Falling in the snow. And calling help me up helped me up. And then among laying there next to him and Chacha just gets up and walks away These little stories can always be unpacked to gain a lot of perspectives and thoughts and teachings and again. There's never a right answer. The point wasn't the answer. The point was what did it make you think of in the process of thinking maybe learned something about yourself. I think that's what's cool about these. Cohen's

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"chaozhou" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"Now the Bill it is hard to give a good answer. When you don't have a good answer. But sometimes it's hard to give a good answer. When you do have a good answer. I will now present an example of each so Jared Kushner he of the permanently arched eyebrow, and perpetually, pox st-, Israel peace plan, don't measure, this guy for a Swedish based on her just yet, Jared Kushner was on the axios political show on HBO. He was being interviewed by Jonathan swan who asked him. Sure, other in law racist Kushner said this, so the answer's no absolutely not. You can't not be a racist. For six nine years, then run for president and be a racist. And what else they yes, that probably is true, a septuagenarian, who has racist policies and espouses racist ideas, probably didn't start as soon as you put the hand on the bible during inauguration. I don't know. Maybe he say redlined black people out of his housing developments or called for the death penalty of black teens convicted of crimes they didn't commit which actually weren't even capital offenses to begin with. And once they're exoneration was proved never apologized. Maybe repeatedly called Maxine Waters stupid. Yeah. I don't know if you want to say, look all of those are just shit hole. Examples. Fine. I also like Kushner's. Phrasing, you can't not be a racist. Yes. Cannot be equals can be doesn't not when pressed on one specific cause that the president championed Kushner could not be flummoxed was both resume racist. Look, I wasn't really involved in. I know you what was it racist? Like I said, I, I wasn't involved in that I know you what was it racist? Look, I know who the president is. And I've not seen anything in him. That is racist. So again, I was not involved in that. Did you wish he didn't do that? Like I said, I was not involved in that, that was a long time ago, Christner. No good answer. Because there is no good answer Trump, by the way, disavowed, the idea of birtherism in September of two thousand sixteen. Not that long ago. Kushner was a senior advisor on the campaign. I guess he figures. I'll do the interview as long as I'm mellow, our wand, up, looking better than Stephen Miller, that's the bar to clear. So there is that over on CNN. However, we got a different kind of QNA one. That is equally frustrating, but not a desperate sort of frustration more of a ruing, the road, not taken sort, after the tragic mass shooting in Virginia Beach. Jake tapper had on. Senator Cory Booker, and tapper asked this now ATF says that the two weapons used in the attack were handguns not assault rifles. And they say that they were purchased legally, how would your plan have stopped this tragedy? If at all. Well Jake again, this is a tragedy today. But, you know that every single day in the United States of America in the aggregate, we have mass shootings, go on neighborhoods like mine. I live in inner city, black and Brown community you were there yourself Booker, you may have noticed did not answer the question, not directly, so tapper noticed, and he tried again. We are not helpless. I'm sorry to interrupt you keep saying, we're not helpless. So I'm saying what would have prevented this tragedy? I mean, I think that's one of the issues that people wonder about when there are these horrible tragedies. What steps specifically would have stopped the massacre in Virginia Beach. And you've taken a look at the sixteenth seventeenth things we have in my plan that would drop the levels of violence overall from one handgun a month laws all the way to investing in the kind of mental health in the kind of community and power. Again, Booker does not answer or rather he gives an answer somewhat adjacent to the question. But it seems like an indirect answer because it is an indirect answer. And therefore, a non satisfying, one Booker knows this isn't one of those cases where the murder weapon or the aid to the murder weapon like a bump stock was specifically something that he and gun advocates have been calling on for a while to be banned. Right. It's also not the case. They guns were obtained via a loophole and he's desperately been trying to close the loophole. But that's all right. Because when you give an answer that clearly evades the question people will tune out, and I don't say this just to help Cory booker's political career. I say it to help the cause of preventing gun violence. Here's how I think the answer could have got now ATF says that the two weapons used in the attack were handguns not somebody automatic assault rifles. And they say that they were purchased legally, how would your plan have stopped this tragedy? If at all, you know what Jake, maybe it wouldn't have maybe in a country, awash and guns. And with eleven thousand homicides, a year, some murders are going to happen. Maybe this is one that would have happened. Maybe this is one that wouldn't I guess we can't say you know, if you cut all the gun homicides, and half you still have the other half. Look, thirty-seven thousand people year. Die in car crashes a little over ten thousand of them or because of drunk driving. So do you say, oh, give up on your drunk driving agenda. What uses the drunk driving agenda because drunk driving didn't factor into that crash or that one over there? The third went over there, but beyond that, just that if we can do a lot to prevent gun violence. We should Furthermore, it does seem to me that there's something of a social contagion going on when it comes to mass shooting. Mass shootings have been spiking. They've tripled in the last decade or so. And you know what, maybe if the things I call for every day, and the things that most American people agree with, like, banning the fifteen or those kind of weapons, maybe that was in place, or better background checks, or the licensing requirements. I do propose. Maybe those had been in place. Some of those other shootings, don't happen. And then this shooter doesn't get his head filled with all those violent notions. Who knows? Let's just say that the worst thing that would happen under that scenario. Is that many murder victims would still be alive? Maybe not these, but many murder victims would be living, and that's something to strive for. So I would say an answer like that seems more direct and it seems righteous. And by the way, I don't blame tapper for asking the question I think book could've answered it better, of course, just by answering a question about gun deaths with the general answer, we should have fewer and here are some laws. That's a huge improvement on what the administration is putting forward on meet the press on Sunday. Mick Mulvaney, was there talking about the same incident? I think the president believes very firmly in the second amendment right in our second amendment rights. He also believes that you cannot take these exceptions and clearly people like this are exceptions. This is not the rule ninety nine point nine percent of people in this in this country own a gun are law abiding gun owners and you commit murder, but we have well mic. Chuck Todd did not say there are one hundred million gun owners. So that point one percent. That is a hundred thousand people and yeah, I would say if there are one hundred thousand people who have Mollison their hearts and guns in their hands. It's a bad situation. If you're telling me, well, here's how to think about this mass murder. They're only ninety nine thousand nine hundred or so others who could do it. You're not calming the situation. And by the way, that's very off the cuff dismissal to have the CD generate that ninety nine point nine percent figure, but even so on its face. It is very, very disturbing. And not an answer to the problem about is disturbing as the situation with gun violence in America is disturbing. It is a situation that will not be quelled with good rhetoric but it is not helped any by bad answers. Either. And that's it for today show that just produced by Vienna may Daniel Schrader wonder where Donald Trump's racism has gone longtime passing whereas Donald Trump's birtherism gone longtime ago, TD Rafael senior producer of slate podcast knows where all the flowers gone. They've got your dad, and this exclusive Father's Day offer. Just use promo code what does. Oh, mike. Flowers what am I doing with this promo code? We also had help today from Chow Chaozhou when will she ever learn when Bush she ever? Learn the gist wondering if you've noticed that all of our credits today were in the form of a question. Hooper Deford you prove. And thanks for listening..

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"chaozhou" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky

"New balance? I'm not saying he doesn't know how to market, you know, my point. I like Kobe. I'm a big fan. I just think he's overrated in a lot of ways. Wasn't gonna say I honestly to recently curry was probably on that trajectory as well courteous. Bog me a better player than than do? You know that you're saying here's the difference. Kobe was talking about all that stuff. And he profited big time off of it. Hey, who do you? But is. Tim duncan. Better. Let me think who do you think quiet trains with offseason? Chris Johnson Koby. Random. Tennis. You know, the trains with Kobe by some recent vice Kobe's last few years too. I watch a lot of Kobe. Exactly. Toseh- is very noble. Messing, quiet. Quiet, quiet. Very well. Being as good. I just think that argument max carbon was ticket got hurt. He'll be okay. He will. All right. Well, we got any other bullets out there. I think we've talked everything you talk about the NBA that doesn't look good. I haven't talked about the fact that Iman Shumpert still playing. All right, by the way. If that doesn't look good ways it is. I think this is a Killys. Oh, you wouldn't be walking? If it was his cage. He'd be Coby. Coby Chaozhou free throws. If it was. That looks like his achilles. Hold on a second. That's not good. Do that word. Okay. So the nuggets. Oh, wow. I literally just said his that said his leg could fall in that has oh shit. Now. I feel bad. I hope it's not because I don't wanna see them. I don't know at the end. Killys isn't that hurt? He's walking. He's walking. I mean, he this is like you can walk on torn achilles. That's that's a weird injury. He looks like somebody K her too. Yeah. You did. Oh shit. Oh, man. And as Chris Blaney who tore his achilles that he said he turned around and it felt like somebody kicked him. That's not. Maybe not full tear. It's just hot. That makes me very upset. It's not a real championship if he's not competing. Hey, the word the words, not good. That's not good. Holy like that. Just happened. Live action guy said wow. Yeah. Lilies. I literally just said his leg that out. No. I mean, it could still be nothing. Kevin Durant is allegedly. According to Twitter, fine. Very tried to curse him try to curse him that wasn't me almost succeeded. You know, what I think we all learned from this is that I think having Durant really matters learned that life is fragile actually microcosm of life as a whole. I add a little sad. Yeah. Because we all wanna see like the warriors potentially get beaten at their best. Right. Like, you don't want..

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"chaozhou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Filigree there in a hurry because come January the tariff is set to be raised twenty five percent. And after that. Well, we have other factories in Taiwan and Malaysia that can pick up the US orders and exports America without incurring tariffs manufacturers in China. Must be adaptable says John with the Chaozhou city standard parts factory. He's been in the nuts and bolts industry for three decades. And he says the US tariff isn't the first challenge is industry has faced lean Bunia after the financial crisis in two thousand eight market wasn't very good junk says some manufacturers tried to stay afloat by slashing prices on their products so much that the European Union accused Chinese producers of dumping or lowering prices to gain an unfair advantage. In response. The EU imposed duties on stealing iron screws nuts and bolts from China. The tariff on our company was about sixty percent others faced in eighty percent duty that nearly killed Chinese nuts. And bolts exports to Europe some companies recovered by redirecting their products back to the Chinese market others turned to the US Jong. Uwe is a sales manager with Jean-Ann star faster. The US market is now overtaken we've previously sold to the EU and the company sales to American businesses have been expanding at ten percent a year. He thought prospects were good until the Trump administration announced in September. Which products would be hit with tariffs. When we found out their products were included in the final tariff list stunned John you wa thing sales to the US could fall by at least half next year her backup plan she's away the boundaries. The only solution is to find a new market that includes trying Europe again, the EU dropped anti-dumping duties on Chinese nuts and bolts in two thousand sixteen still many people at this trade fair, including industry veteran junk believe trade tensions with the US are only temporary mail. There is no permanent war only permanent interests the trade tearful be removed. Once the interests of the US and China reach an equilibrium point he hopes that equilibrium point maybe reached after the midterm elections in Shanghai. I'm Jennifer pack for marketplace..

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"chaozhou" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"So tough on reporters because their job is like like I mean like really really difficult Yeah yeah construction workers plumbers waiters you'd never understand this. Is difficult being a reporter it's like it's like, having a really, tough job you know what I mean working. In a, kitchen or something and lucky for us the Associated Press has released article titled Mr President the loud, rowdy even rude job of, reporting details for us you know Simpson's just. Exactly how tough their lives are. For one sometimes when when they scream demands the president when. They scream like that you know the leader of the free world sometimes he doesn't even answer that that's. How hard, they're job is. Sometimes he won't even answer he like he just. Ignores the reporters so he can deal with? His presidential, duties or whatever he's doing I, mean talking about. Rude he didn't even listen. To them all the time does he realize, how, important the media is I mean if it weren't for the media, there was no, there'd be, no way That we would. Know the opinions of a highly elite overly educated group of mostly leftist ideologues who actually believe that their. Opinion is, factually undoubtably the. Truth and that everyone else is a total idiot. Who's backwards opinions led to the rise of? Adolf Hitler, so I mean what would we, do what would. We do on Wednesday White House aides band CNN reporter Kaitlan. Collins for, shouting questions to Trump that he did not like setting off a national debate about how the press does its job that's what the that that is what the AP reported but, they didn't ban her from the White House, they banned her from a photo op which I don't. Like leave it, just leave it alone? Mr President your bigger than this But it was one. Event Collins is still a White House correspondent and by the way she was a White House. Correspondent for a conservative website called the daily caller before she joined CNN. So it's not, like she's a liberal hack at times the article read. Like a you know a. Children's book on potty training adequate, dick etiquette dictates that no questions are asked, until the president, makes, any remarks, about where aligned interest and sometimes the dignity of the occasion ends reporters can then ask any question on any topic sometimes they shout. To make sure the president can hear the question first, she wasn't shouting so I don't know where this. Shouting thing came from she wasn't Chaozhou speaking loudly others in the room were shouting but the. AP is, showing their true colors It's coordinated. Disdain for President Trump who. They refer to in this article, multiple times as the former reality TV star Mike Really I, mean, yes he is a former reality TV. Star we got. That but he also now happens to be presently the president of the United. States imagine if we would have referred to as the former anti-gay rights pothead Barack. Obama We could've he was formerly a pothead and he also formerly was anti gay rights Interestingly the article does shed. A little insight into a bama's own tenuous relationship, with the, press a little bit although they do it, with the same boot licking in fact infatuation that they maintained while he was president but. Let let me take some of the boot. Licking off the off the boots here here's a clip of Obama tossing a reporter now I want you to note how joyful. The mostly liberal press reacts followed by. CNN's, coverage of Collins who has. An arrogant look on her face the whole time listen you know what No no no no no no no, no no no no no no no..

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"chaozhou" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Alexa play twelve hundred. W away I on Iheartradio that. Sounds like. A pretty good choice. To me Encourage The Associated Press today wants you to, know, hey don't don't be so tough on reporters because their job is like Like I mean like really really difficult construction. Workers plumbers waiters you'd never? Understand this is difficult being a reporter it's like it's. Like having a really tough job you know what I, mean working at, a kitchen or something and lucky for us. The Associated, Press has released an article titled Mr President the loud rowdy even rude job of reporting details for, us you know simpleton just, exactly how tough their lives are for one. Sometimes when when they scream demands the president when they scream like that, you, know the leader of the free world sometimes he doesn't even answer That's how hard their job is sometimes. He won't even, answer it just ignores? The reporters so we can deal? With his presidential, duties or, whatever doing I, mean, talking about rude he doesn't. Even listen to them all the. Time you realize how important the media is I. Mean if it weren't for? The media there was no there's there'd be no way. That we would know the opinions of a highly elite, overly educated group, of mostly leftist ideologues who actually believe that. Their opinion is factually undoubtably the truth and that everyone else is a total idiot who's backwards opinions led to, the rise of Adolf Hitler, so I mean what would we do what. Would we do on Wednesday White House aides band, CNN reporter Kaitlan, Collins for shouting questions to Trump that he did not like setting off a national debate about how the press does its job that's what the that is what the AP reported but, they didn't ban her from the White House, they banned her from a photo op which I don't. Like leave it, just leave it alone? Mr President your bigger than this But it was, one event, Collins is still a White House correspondent and by the way she was a White House correspondent for a conservative website called the daily. Caller before she joined CNN, so I like she's, a liberal hack at times the article read like. A you know a children's book on potty training adequate etiquette dictates that no questions are asking. Until the, president makes any remarks Where. Aligned interest and sometimes the dignity of. The occasion ends reporters can then ask any question on any topic sometimes they shout to make sure the president can hear. The question of all she wasn't shouting so I. Don't know where this shouting, thing came, from she wasn't Chaozhou speaking loudly. Others in the room were shouting but the AP is showing their true colors It's coordinated. Disdain for President Trump who. They referred to in this article, multiple times as the former reality TV star Bike really I mean yes he is a. Former reality TV star we got that but he also now happens to be presently the president. Of the United States imagine if we would have referred to a Bama as the former anti-gay rights pothead Barack Obama We could have he was formerly a pothead and he also formerly was anti gay rights Interestingly. The article, does shed a little insight into Obama's own tenuous, relationship with, the press Li it'll bit although they do it with. The same boot licking in fact infatuation that they maintain while he was. President but lip let me take some of. The boot-licking off the off the boots here here's a clip of Obama tossing a reporter now I want you to note how. Joyful the mostly liberal press reacts followed. By, CNN's coverage of Collins who has. An arrogant look on her face the whole time listen you know what What.

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"chaozhou" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"No, the hill, this as a significant breakthrough. However, here comes the cold water part when it comes to the weapons program in North Korea, this slight, although it has been part in significant part in developing ballistic missiles dismantling. It doesn't necessarily mean that it's ballistic missile capability has been dismantled because they know have the capability to fire from mobile sites. Yes, it's a small step forward, but it is that because there are dozens if not hundreds of sites connected to the weapons program across North Korea, which we don't even knew about. Meanwhile, North and south are continuing little dialogues today. It's been announced by the South Korean defense ministry can reduce the guard posts along the demilitarized zone along the border. That's a big step. But the big steps and the bigger picture will need to be between North Korea and the US or correspondent in Seoul. Chinese officials are battling to control public anger following a scandal over vaccine quality that's engulfed. One of the country's major pharmaceutical corporations, worried parents are rushing to hospitals to see of their children's vaccinations are valid and stocks in Chinese medicine and biotech companies have tumbled China correspondent. Steven McDonnell reports from Beijing. I'm standing outside the children's hospital next to written park in Beijing's east. It's busy here at the best of times. But today there's added concern hats. Not surprisingly parents flooding in here just like they are hospitals Rosh around the country to make sure that children are okay though. This seemed to be no cases. So far of people actually getting sick as a result of taking these inferior vaccines. Parents are wanting rish. Short that children are actually safely covered right now for diseases like hooping cough and tetanus. They're asking for copies of their children's vaccination records, so they can check for themselves just with hospital bought the vaccines. This is also becoming a crisis of confidence in the Chinese system with many seriously doubting the ability of the authorities to guarantee that medicines will be safe in the park across the road from the hospital. People walk with their children after visiting the doctor. Here, it's not hard to find those who've given up on Chinese pharmaceuticals and to hoping to buy from overseas from now on shall which we knew he doesn't. It hasn't been that long since the last incident like this, the inspection routines clearly don't work believe. We've been let down again and gain from milk powder to food safety to this vaccine scandal. It's all unsafe. They sent a guy if this hadn't been in the press, we would never phoned out purity. Inspections are China's state. Drug administration officials might feel little unfairly criticized for allowing this situation to develop after all. They were the ones who caught one of this country's big drug companies lying in its records. Following a flesh inspection Chong shown biotechnology was ordered to put a halt on its sub-standard production of a rabies vaccine. The company tried to reassure inspectors, but none of this batch of lift the factory. The en- later Drug administration offices discovered that two hundred and fifty thousand doses of an inferior diphtheria whooping cough and tetanus vaccine had already been sold. They had to be recalled. And now there is to be a major investigation Xu Jing heard deputy director of the state. Drug administration went on state television. Threatening criminal prosecution coming cheer, Young Australia time, we discovered that the company forged production and inspection records, these actions are serious violation of the law. And now the company itself has responded in an official statement Chaozhou about -nology. We'll call rates with drug regulators investigation the company deeply apologizes for this incident. This is all along way from China achieving its goal of becoming a reliable, global exporter of safe vaccines that report from Beijing buying Steven McDonnell..

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"chaozhou" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"No, the hill, this as a significant breakthrough. However, here comes the cold water part when it comes to the weapons program in North Korea, this slight, although it has been part in significant part in developing ballistic missiles dismantling. It doesn't necessarily mean that it's ballistic missile capability has been dismantled because they know have the capability to fire from mobile sites. Yes, it's a small step forward, but it is that because there are dozens if not hundreds of sites connected to the weapons program across North Korea, which we don't even knew about. Meanwhile, North and south are continuing little dialogues today. It's been announced by the South Korean defense ministry can reduce the guard posts along the demilitarized zone along the border. That's a big step. But the big steps and the bigger picture will need to be between North Korea and the US or correspondent in Seoul. Chinese officials are battling to control public anger following a scandal over vaccine quality that's engulfed. One of the country's major pharmaceutical corporations, worried parents are rushing to hospitals to see of their children's vaccinations are valid and stocks in Chinese medicine and biotech companies have tumbled China correspondent. Steven McDonnell reports from Beijing. I'm standing outside the children's hospital next to written park in Beijing's east. It's busy here at the best of times. But today there's added concern hats. Not surprisingly parents flooding in here just like they are hospitals Rosh around the country to make sure that children are okay though. This seemed to be no cases. So far of people actually getting sick as a result of taking these inferior vaccines. Parents are wanting rish. Short that children are actually safely covered right now for diseases like hooping cough and tetanus. They're asking for copies of their children's vaccination records, so they can check for themselves just with hospital bought the vaccines. This is also becoming a crisis of confidence in the Chinese system with many seriously doubting the ability of the authorities to guarantee that medicines will be safe in the park across the road from the hospital. People walk with their children after visiting the doctor. Here, it's not hard to find those who've given up on Chinese pharmaceuticals and to hoping to buy from overseas from now on shall which we knew he doesn't. It hasn't been that long since the last incident like this, the inspection routines clearly don't work believe. We've been let down again and gain from milk powder to food safety to this vaccine scandal. It's all unsafe. They sent a guy if this hadn't been in the press, we would never phoned out purity. Inspections are China's state. Drug administration officials might feel little unfairly criticized for allowing this situation to develop after all. They were the ones who caught one of this country's big drug companies lying in its records. Following a flesh inspection Chong shown biotechnology was ordered to put a halt on its sub-standard production of a rabies vaccine. The company tried to reassure inspectors, but none of this batch of lift the factory. The en- later Drug administration offices discovered that two hundred and fifty thousand doses of an inferior diphtheria whooping cough and tetanus vaccine had already been sold. They had to be recalled. And now there is to be a major investigation Xu Jing heard deputy director of the state. Drug administration went on state television. Threatening criminal prosecution coming cheer, Young Australia time, we discovered that the company forged production and inspection records, these actions are serious violation of the law. And now the company itself has responded in an official statement Chaozhou about -nology. We'll call rates with drug regulators investigation the company deeply apologizes for this incident. This is all along way from China achieving its goal of becoming a reliable, global exporter of safe vaccines that report from Beijing buying Steven McDonnell..

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China: Hundreds of thousands of children given fake vaccines

Global News Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

China: Hundreds of thousands of children given fake vaccines

"No, the hill, this as a significant breakthrough. However, here comes the cold water part when it comes to the weapons program in North Korea, this slight, although it has been part in significant part in developing ballistic missiles dismantling. It doesn't necessarily mean that it's ballistic missile capability has been dismantled because they know have the capability to fire from mobile sites. Yes, it's a small step forward, but it is that because there are dozens if not hundreds of sites connected to the weapons program across North Korea, which we don't even knew about. Meanwhile, North and south are continuing little dialogues today. It's been announced by the South Korean defense ministry can reduce the guard posts along the demilitarized zone along the border. That's a big step. But the big steps and the bigger picture will need to be between North Korea and the US or correspondent in Seoul. Chinese officials are battling to control public anger following a scandal over vaccine quality that's engulfed. One of the country's major pharmaceutical corporations, worried parents are rushing to hospitals to see of their children's vaccinations are valid and stocks in Chinese medicine and biotech companies have tumbled China correspondent. Steven McDonnell reports from Beijing. I'm standing outside the children's hospital next to written park in Beijing's east. It's busy here at the best of times. But today there's added concern hats. Not surprisingly parents flooding in here just like they are hospitals Rosh around the country to make sure that children are okay though. This seemed to be no cases. So far of people actually getting sick as a result of taking these inferior vaccines. Parents are wanting rish. Short that children are actually safely covered right now for diseases like hooping cough and tetanus. They're asking for copies of their children's vaccination records, so they can check for themselves just with hospital bought the vaccines. This is also becoming a crisis of confidence in the Chinese system with many seriously doubting the ability of the authorities to guarantee that medicines will be safe in the park across the road from the hospital. People walk with their children after visiting the doctor. Here, it's not hard to find those who've given up on Chinese pharmaceuticals and to hoping to buy from overseas from now on shall which we knew he doesn't. It hasn't been that long since the last incident like this, the inspection routines clearly don't work believe. We've been let down again and gain from milk powder to food safety to this vaccine scandal. It's all unsafe. They sent a guy if this hadn't been in the press, we would never phoned out purity. Inspections are China's state. Drug administration officials might feel little unfairly criticized for allowing this situation to develop after all. They were the ones who caught one of this country's big drug companies lying in its records. Following a flesh inspection Chong shown biotechnology was ordered to put a halt on its sub-standard production of a rabies vaccine. The company tried to reassure inspectors, but none of this batch of lift the factory. The en- later Drug administration offices discovered that two hundred and fifty thousand doses of an inferior diphtheria whooping cough and tetanus vaccine had already been sold. They had to be recalled. And now there is to be a major investigation Xu Jing heard deputy director of the state. Drug administration went on state television. Threatening criminal prosecution coming cheer, Young Australia time, we discovered that the company forged production and inspection records, these actions are serious violation of the law. And now the company itself has responded in an official statement Chaozhou about -nology. We'll call rates with drug regulators investigation the company deeply apologizes for this incident. This is all along way from China achieving its goal of becoming a reliable, global exporter of safe vaccines that report from Beijing buying Steven McDonnell..

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"chaozhou" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on, WCBS, I'm Steve Scott Good afternoon here are three things to know at four fifteen one s bestest has been found. In the casing around, the steam pipe that. Exploded this morning and the flat iron but the mayor says the air is safe debris to the city is asking anyone who. Got the dust and debris on their. Close to, bag the clothes and handed over you, should also take a good shower three forty nine evacuated buildings have. To be inspected and most of them will be closed for least couple of days now at four sixteen on WCBS New York state labor, board has ruled in favor of Uber. Drivers when it comes to collecting unemployment. Benefits the drivers don't actually work for Uber, so this is a? Potentially significant decision Peter Haskell has been looking into this Peter what's. This all about Well there were three, drivers specifically filed a claim for unemployment and basically said they worked. For Uber they deserve to receive unemployment benefits the board ruled in their favor saying that this is true for these drivers and similarly situated, workers exactly what that means we don't. Know but that would be critical Peter. What are you hearing from not only the. Drivers but from over For the drivers were represented by a group called the New, York taxi workers alliance basically an. Advocacy group the executive director of the group says this is really a big deal she, says his. Sets precedent for other. Drivers and that, means that the drivers can claim. That they actively worked for? Uber Uber not surprisingly, sees it differently A spokesman says this does, not set a precedent and accompanied. Seals this is about three drivers and nobody, else how big a deal is this beyond just Uber because there are other. People, who are quote unquote contractors Well we spoke to Chaozhou. Of Freeman he's a labor expert at queens. College and a he acknowledges this is clearly a win for the drivers what it means for, everybody else She says it's unclear But he wonders if this happens the door for others who are not only, Uber or lift drivers but another contract or independent contracting professions and the way. That he, sees it All right we just lost our line to Peter's he wraps up. That story about Uber drivers getting the right to collect unemployment benefits a significant labor story today four, eighteen to WCBS time for traffic and weather together on the eighth Kelly Dillon And I'm thinking huge mess Steve on westbound route seventy eight a New Jersey and this. Report is sponsored by Walgreen's. Westbound.

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"chaozhou" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Donald trump told the new york times today the country reports that he does not have a nuance understanding of legislation and big bills he said quote i know the details of taxes better than anybody better in the greatest cpa i know the details of health care better than most better than most i know more about the big bills than any president that's ever been in office president really wants you to know he knows a lot about the tax bill which means he must know that under this tax bill many people in the middle class in the workingclass actually will see their taxes rise and according to new york times he would save about eleven million dollars on his taxes that's a thirty percent cut and save another four million plus on the estate tax pill eventually i'm joined now by david johnson's pulitzer prizewinning journalist who found dc report dot org he's the author of the making of donald trump also joining me john harwood from cnbc and a veteran of many political interviews with politicians are some curious with john things from that perspective going first to you david your thoughts on this interview well i think this is an extraordinary interview the chaozhou a lot of things about donald the reason he speaks inward salad is that his mind is salad there's no focusing on any issue and knowing anything indepth it thoroughly establishes how donald just makes things up he doesn't know jack about taxes his own accountant jack mitnick told me that i've had lunch with battled them he couldn't follow the tax advice i was essentially giving him he just make stuff up we did get one interesting little detail out of this donald throughout the campaign used what were massively inflated numbers to describe the trade deficit with china and our imbalance and in this interview he mentions three hundred billion dollars a year of intellectual property theft so that seems to explain this made up number that he had and finally we get this notion that he is an absolute ruler donald as always thought it himself as president as a dictator.

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"chaozhou" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Our free mobile app as bear season winds down a guy in north jersey took went out with his car the driver was fortunately not injured when he hit a black bear crossing the road in tewksbury the accident comes as the state extends the bear hut because they claim not enough bears have been called to reduce their human encounters it is known as the harvey weinstein affect ever since several woman accused of hollywood producer of sexually inappropriate behaviour a few months ago several other mail of an outed by their victims and more women are coming forward to tell their stories and seek help in the garden state according to patricia taffin heart of the jersey coalition against sexual assault many rape crisis centres have had a significant increase in the number of kohl's they've received over the past eight weeks she says is more and more survivors in high profile cases come forward sharing eric jerian other people are hearing news stories in they're able to perk identifying a oh my gosh similar thing happened to me she and sexual violence as a 100percent preventable by doing the critical work it takes to build equity and justice within society david math down new jersey one on one point five news day after we told you jackson chaozhou was giving up the fight against a jewish a roof in town malwal may do the same by what has been embroiled in a bitter fight to keep the rubes off utility poles they were also blasted by state attorney general for an ordinance that bans non new jersey residents from its local harks both measures or seen by many as trying to keep the orthodox jewish population from moving at a town facing huge legal cost to defend the ordinances tell officials are likely to repeal them both a series of cyber attacks on rutgers servers which essentially paralyze the ability of students and staff to do anything on line can be blamed on a former student the twenty one year your world fanned would resident admitted the hack in federal court acting us attorney for new jersey bill fitzpatrick says paris job while a student at rutgers time the hacks to have the.

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"chaozhou" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You looked at any of his financial documents no okay well that's a problem ramming in all of us are smart enough to know that if if the lender has not looked at any of our buyers financial documents how do they possibly no i mean you laugh rao announced that simple if you just called the if rose in emmett called the lindor and pay have you looked at the buyers financial documents or which financial documents of the buyers have you reviewed an issue in this preapproval and when they say none i think we all know that there's no possible way to get a mortgage without having your financial documents reviewed it they're not used to be there's not anymore there's no more stated income loans there's no more loans without documents so if the lender hasn't reviewed the bean financial documents how can they possibly know that they are able to buy your house the answer is there can't and if you know that up front as a seller you can make a better financial decision and you find yourself in this situation aright john is listening right now and likened the tez and listening to the show and i did hear the same thing on the radio that robert this morning about credit scores i feel really silly asking this question but i don't know how to look for my credit score and i don't know what i'm looking for because i've heard iin in office talk of experience trans union uh i don't have any idea what i'm looking for her i feel bad for him so personally i use my code dot com that and so so for some of our newer listeners the score fico f icao stance for fullfare isaac corporation and they've actually changed their name now they they don't go buy fair i was getting where these go by fico that's what everyone else mas but originally they recalled fair isaac corporation and and they came up with this whole idea they were going to take your credit score ruinous stick it for he algorithm formula software black box and it's gonna come back with number represents how likely you are chaozhou default on future credit and these guys pioneered this this methodology.

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"chaozhou" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on The MLB Show

"Bruce going to talk about some general takeaways from the weekend things we were interested in him wanted to go on a bit bigs the the automated strike zone showed you the in play rumson invests the whole yang of magic of at that postseason baseball the sound the sound of being on iphone if the snow afresh grass exactly all right so let's start with i think the most interesting series so far has been gang he's in the it's uh i think it's uh featured the two best games of the postseason nadia don't think that's immensely controversial the say so our own let's do want to start the joe dirt joe girardi chaozhou want it should i just contributed might take on this to the wringer dot com there's been no shortage of takes on the internet so of course this is going back to friday night game two the yankees head which seemed to be a solid lead at the time sixthinning eight three lead and there was what was called a hit by pitch replay showed it to be a foul tip into the club of gary sanchez this was on a no to count to lunch each hasn't hall and of course famously infamously joe girardi decided not to challenge this call even though hit by pitches are reviewable plays she was of course roundly in instantly criticized her that he offered a halfhearted defence on friday night then he came back on saturday perhaps after absorbing some of the feedback from others that that half fences were interrogating a little bit like i don't know how much he believed it ver you know verses he just didn't think he was going to lose that game and needed to come up with a solid fire and that was the best he could do on short notice by iaea rate so he did come back on saturday and and acknowledge the mistake his regrets but on friday after the gave an and i wrote about this for for the site but.

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"chaozhou" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

AppleVis Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

"Hello everyone this is darrell bolts and i'm about to review an app that was released not too long ago and there has been quite a few request on apple vis too do a podcast on this app today this is the app called seeing a iit is a free app from the app store released by microsoft and what can this little app do well for being such a little app it does quite a bit actually it is a barcode scanner a document reader it will even do a short texts or elected think of it as texts that appear on screen it will recognize photos on and in beta which is not very accurate even for me is the scene a beta which i have found not to be exactly helpful a but i will demonstrate a few of these options and i will also show you the help system as well for each of them all even play couple the little videos that it offers for help so were going to jump bryden we will open seeing a i open seeing i am going to use siri for this and k and the first thing that you will land on his the menu button should so what we're going to do is go across the screen from the top of a swipe to the right there you hear it said quick help out his putter pot announcements we will not worry about that but that sounds pretty self explanatory me chaozhou tax adjustments i think just where the fun part of the app now channel and the option by default is short text.

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"chaozhou" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"Every so often hence all you'll see in the pixel yeah but you know it's mostly samsung an iphone and i wonder then you know if these companies even have shot like if they have you know a snowball's chance in hell actually getting out and becoming big brands in the us and i honestly don't i think the way that chummy does it and we echo wants to do it but has appealed execute yeah it that might be the way to to enter in we owe hey we have smartphones but also we have you know these setup boxes we had these fitness trackers we have these other devices and then maybe they can become big names in the us but it's it's really interesting to see how they're going to try to navigate that especially since like i said it's totally saturated now i mean nobody things but he's an i did this article just because i i want people to know that there's other options out there that don't cost you know eight hundred dollars rattling riot at the founder 600 hundred know four hundred to six hundred dollars i mean and then the forgetting one with a beggar screen it could be close to eight hundred dollars costly for not getting the base storage and the thing but but but for the most part i mean they're they're still relatively chief compared to what apple and samsung chaozhou on on the on the whole like the one plus five i think is like less than five hundred dollars stole which is free you know is obviously more expensive than their first generation model but when you think about it and you know an iphone seven i think the small model is like six fifty or something like that it's crazy that's almost two hundred dollars cheaper yeah i mean a a would would have on the phones we got a was forty percent cheaper than the the iphone seven india and came more.

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"chaozhou" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"chaozhou" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I feel like kevindurant is indispensable if i had to lose a guy wouldn't be but as my final point of that though he think a run who's a second him nambianoi know they're still a lotta pieces he to be finished thanks to secondguess hard not to say that it's still cleveland because lebron is there because you haven't seen that move from the celtics yet a houstonhis may be a piece or two away but calvini wanna come back to you in chaozhou with that stepped curries and enigma innocence that he anmvp ige that has gotten better in he wasn't always at kevindurant tight projected player in through the years he's improved soi almost expect this guy to come back next season and have more of an upside or stay on the trajectory that he's all and also i do agree with you he's not a guy that you put on a florencio nobody can gardoit's just impossible to guard them but what he does do is he needs a team and he breeds and changes your chemistry and the dynamic of your team you can't run without a guy that can shoot from halfcourt and you don't run the way the warriorsrook the warriors don't run like showtimelakers or even lebrun when he was in miami thereon like andi've been on the court against it like nothing you'll ever single you look up and it's like gilthat was one minute and just short twelve onlyis there about arguing i did at they they were their ability to score and bunches is the reason why you can help them a greginstagramso you keep saying that but in i say stuff assay klaythompson scored 60 once without plane for quake thompson scored 37 a quarter you we'll district agree that he is an amazing player transcendent hall of famer there is this a little bit more elevations that you're giving in that i that iit's it's more credit to the other guys less about him essay how great klaythompson it can be.

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