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"chris tarry" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"chris tarry" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"On youtube you remember more okay. Because she was very. I guess on the show. She's an olympic athlete. Jesus all around. Great and i reached out trusted. Hey i would love it if you could find me a college athlete. Who started following. Jesus in college and she said yes and she connected me with chris tarry who's our guest. Today we met even just a few days before we recorded this at my church. The austin stone. Well chris strength and conditioning coach for football and women's swimming at rice university. And the also played four years of college football at the university of texas. Longhorns go hook them horns so. Chris share today about growing up in a catholic home. What that looks like. And how he thought he had to earn. God's love finding his purpose and i love it because two women shared the gospel with him in a summer camp and he put his faith in jesus that summer he tells us the whole story. You guys before we get chris episode. I wanted to tell you again that i would love if you partner with us to build a church in northern uganda. Lemme reface at build a church building because you guys. The church is alive and well around the world. in fact koroma church was founded from a group of refugees. They were displaced from their home and they moved to karuma for safety at the start of the war in nineteen eighty seven. This church has been doing ministry and sharing the gospel in their community for thirty four years without a building so here the happy hour we're partnering with an organization and we're going to help build them a church building in fact. This building is going to directly impact. Three hundred local church members in northern uganda. So the community already has the land. They have the workers and now they need the funds. So here's our goal. We're hoping to raise fifteen thousand dollars by the end of the summer and we want you to help us together. We can help pastor. Jeffrey and his members have a building to do ministry throughout the week. Every dollar that you donate goes to this church jamie dot com slash build a church again jamie ivy dot com slash. Build a church..

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"chris tarry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:57 min | 2 years ago

"chris tarry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NYC coming up next will president trump's decision to limits travel from Europe have an impact on the spread of the corona virus in the US we'll get a view from the World Health Organization but first European airline stocks have plunged as much as twenty percent on that news that the US will severely restrict travel from most of Europe to the US for thirty days it is the latest blow for the airlines as I've been hearing from aviation analyst Chris tarry he advises airlines that owners and governments but can you explain a significant it's also unprecedented what we've seen so far this is so cool Cheng an agreement countries say that's the basically mainland Europe being banned from flying to the United States from the end of this week it's a significant significant across a number of markets because generally the north Atlantic market the market to the U. S. is donating a significant markets will serve very profitable market as well to see the share price is really full of airlines are you expecting any to go under hello is always around very quickly to an excellent they have a high percentage of fixed costs and the soonest revenue with our ability to generate revenue becomes compromised life can get very difficult indeed we've already seen some airlines fail not entirely shoots the covert nineteen of virus and yes there are some who have already come to the market to try and access additional cuts my see that is the next step but I fear that we will see an alliance file I am from through a KLM shows it had lost nearly sixty percent of their value since the corona virus outbreak reached Europe and they've dropped another fifteen percent just how important is this particular route but it's not only that we've seen the impact from them access to China and cutting routes to China we've seen it in Europe we sing leisure travelers stop booking and lines are not getting cash in from forward bookings are now we've seen a band for mainland European allies flying to the U. S. it's very difficult indeed and as you say France KLM is dependent on these markets is also dependent on feeding traffic across its hopes I'm beyond we're a long way I think before we see a turning point in this tell us about the practice of ghost planes well ghost flames I think we're not going to see anymore because it was the full well what okay because flights aware under the rules are at congested airports so coordinated apples there is a rule that if you don't use your socks eighty percent of the time in any season if you don't usual slots eighty percent of the time you lose them on a congested ports not selecting you want to do so unless it's a relaxation through which we have seen on both sides of the Atlantic airlines will fly flights to ensure that they can demonstrate that they have operated those slots for eighty percent of the time that rule has been suspended so we're not conspicuous light so this time around so what kind of an industry is going to emerge from this it's clearly going to be smaller into souls the number of airlines within it and the issue is how quickly it recovers yes of course you recover it will cover the same way the stock market a couple when we see the turning point and when we look to the future the uncertainty may last longer I was an airlines analyst Chris tarry you're listening to news hour from the BBC I'm past concept that's returned to our top story today president trump's move to ban travel from twenty six European countries as we heard earlier the European Commissioner for transport told us it was disproportionate given exemptions for example from the U. K. does this move have real value in preventing the spread of the virus Dr David Navarro is a World Health Organization special envoy for North America and Europe full on could nineteen adding the travel restrictions is of course something that is seen by the United States to be a useful introduction but I would not give that priority one priority one working out what's going on inside the country preparing for the time when there is intense transmission and hospital services are in heavy demand from people with quite a lot of other illnesses getting the public fully prepared and making sure that the total integration across all the different states and you see that preparation happening at the moment on the ground in the United States well actually yes because we're hearing from different states we're understanding that at county level and at state level there is a lot of work underway it varies from state to state but it's going on and I do believe that it's important for the rest of the world to know that the United States is getting itself organized for quite a widespread inside country coronavirus checked out breaks but I think it's important the rest of world understands that that's happening because that would have implications for other countries you see if there's a big heavy outbreak in parts of the United States over the next four weeks that one just be important for the people of the USA it'll also be important for the rest of the world given the amount of travel from the United States the Kurds do the travel restrictions announced by president trump have any meaningful effect on the spread as they seem to exempt US citizens from returning to the U. S. from Europe as I look at what's happening in the United States I look at the whole picture I think that the travel restrictions on extra feature I don't see those is the most important part of making sure that the U. S. is fully prepared and able not only to keep it turns to just inside but to contribute to the safety of people in the world to see outbreaks of progress in this very serious pandemic and then should we assume that what's happening in east Delhi's such severe case is an example of what could be round the corner from many other countries but it could be very different we do not know exactly what patterns will emerge as the pandemic advances in different parts of the world and that's why our line is don't assume any particular packed and be ready for every eventuality and at the same time put your health services right at the very center of your attention because that's where the shoe will pinch at the beginning because the demand for healthcare will certainly shootout and the last point I want to stress is that what we are seeing in everywhere that there has been successful limitation of outbreaks and containment the real thing that matters is that people are fully part of the response of fully on the side trusting their government and working with that government just look at how South Korea has managed to turn things around look at what China has been able to do look what's happening in parts of the world where cases are arriving in a very quickly detected and contacts are traced many different countries with that in mind I've got to ask you so many countries close their schools and in effect send their children to their grandparents to be looked after because that's what happens in so many communities and elderly people also in danger from the virus all children super spreaders should we be concerned I have to come via what I'm going to say which is very important warning we only have three months experience of this virus but here is the current evidence that we have it does not seem to be being spread by children in schools and so it's very different from influenza which tends to be spread in schools instead it seems to be spread through close contact in households or in small gatherings and that means that school closure may not be the most important social distancing measures that government should introduce at the very beginning it also we have to remember to give you close schools that quite often young adults who have key jobs for example in health services have to not go to work so they look after the children at home alternatively if children are sent to be with their grandparents we can have to be thoughtful because the most vulnerable people the elderly and in many societies the advice being given is that elderly people should be as isolated as possible at home the David Navarro envoy on could nineteen for the World Health Organization and also co director of the institute of global health innovation imperial college London is take a brief step away from our coverage of the corona virus for a moment the man who invented the internet Sir Tim Berners Lee has issued a warning the web he says is not working the women and girls in an open letter on this the thirty first anniversary of his creation of the web Sir Tim said he was seriously concerns that online homes facing women and girls especially those of color and from L. G. B. T. Q. plus communities threatens global progress on gender equality how exactly and what can be done to answer those questions I spoke to nana what can my chief web advocate for the web foundation and then Deeney chummy deputy director of IT for change in India I completely think that we are not in a good place to achieve the global deadline on gender equality in general and especially with regard to access and meaningful participation on the internet but I speak from in India if you see approximately how full figured women in the age group of fifteen to sixty five yards do not even an old number by four and this figure is much lower than the seventy nine percent ownership that one sees and one Indian man and we also find that hardly one in four of those women who happen to have a phone or a smartphone I think that we have to look at access to technology as part of something that is dedicating gender discrimination structures in Jenin I'm good said not also I'm allowed to use the internet to because household level patriarchy speed but it didn't and that access is often got dolls in forty seven just aren't here our research of the ones from dish and shows that man at twenty one percent more likely to be online than women and this rises to fifty two percent in walls list of love countries so what happens is that overall we have fifty percent of the walk online one BLS women online and within the last women walk online eighty four percent of young people we surveyed say that day how being the probably have had a problem with online abuse and harassment is getting what someone like myself who is an activist people want to scare me and what happens is that when women are scared especially women journalists dashboard reporting on such instruments and it would seem that said Tim Berners Lee agrees with you both that this is not just an amorphous problem but this is also to do with Florida artificial intelligence fueling discrimination at ninety two can you start by telling me what you think of that we have lots of discharge that shows how unintended and intended bias in the writing of algorithms that make many important decisions have selection of jokes do as signing benefits and a dog getting lost benefits everything our gets coated with the very human bias and gender biases so in header I think what makes it problematic is that you do not have an institutional mechanism to demand accountability from algorithms date but instance why I mainstream platforms designed in every bed they promote wider abuse gun shows distinct platforms are sensitive to the issue of copyright violation welcome to apply the same due diligence and standards to control online by the people who don't really understand what algorithms do can you explain nana how dance discrimination would work can just give us an example okay let me give you a very simple example my name is Nina I have a post graduate degree in all I read French English I speak lots of languages I think I trust myself within the tech environment I can pull my weight however there is this principle does this content is king so those who create content does what they will to voice on those level to contribute to uproot a higher class so what is going to happen to me for instance is that when I begin to face a lot of verbal abuse a lot of online abuse I'm going to know what my capacity as an individual I'm going to use less worse I'm going to create a less content I'm going to be online last and I'm going to attend less meetings on what is going to happen Albertans that prioritize content creation they are going to downgrade me as an individual so I'm going to be given minus minus minus I'm the guy who's attacking me who is Christian content was shouting was grinning is going to be a plus plus plus I want I do see what you mean I want to ask you both about a very thorny subjects here to do with the image of women online there are many young girls in particular who seem to be presenting themselves on social media for example in a very sexualized way commoditized nation really over themselves is there a complicity or learns complicity going on here and and if you recognize it what do you suggest asked me all you know that we need to preserve the space for argument in garlic sauce sexual expression so be abetting bloodied and anxious about having any conversation that meals to the subject of what does it mean when there are certain kinds chose all female objectification that gets reproduced through the internet what problem can be fixed only if you find a media culture that is outside of certain capitalist consumer disengaged and efforts such as what many all sides including the right foundation are doing to talk about alternative forms of building.

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"chris tarry" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"chris tarry" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Bs all around the world time. Stop Business I'm a monocle. Twenty Four. Let's hit from a regular and business analyst Tyke and rights. I welcome. What's happening with Boeing? Get new man at the top. Yeah that's right. A Dave. Calhoun officially takes charge at Boeing today. The world's biggest plane maker but of course his main job Oba solving the problem of the seven three seven months the latest version of it said world's biggest-selling narrowbody aircraft which has been grounded rounded since the beginning of last year after two fatal crashes that he seems to have a a new approach. It was it was he was seen as being actually overseeing the releasing last week of these embarrassing internal memo which suggested that even Boeing insiders sold seven three seven. Max had as they been designed by clowns uh-huh supervised by monkeys. This new approach seems to be. Let's get all this bad news as quickly and stop saving it up for later so they can try and move awesome this but there is of course inevitably more bad news to come not least financial news. Because they'll be they'll be big right. Dan's related to the seven three seven. MAC SUSPECTED IN EH Boeing's forthcoming results on Chris Tarry who's a veteran aviation. Economists has also been running numbers and he expects bowing to pay an eight billion in dollar bill in compensation to those airline Hines who've either bore seventy-seven Max's at our grinders. Are Wasting 737 mattresses that they've ordered urge and that bill will rise by a one billion dollars a month as long as the grinding continues and there really is no certainty as to when this plane flying again in some are saying that it it could take months if not years by which stage many have suggested that the rot will be. So bad in terms of trust of Boeing that they could be the very very long term problems for being looking far ahead into the future. Where does it really is very difficult to you? Quantify Man yes this will be the company that will go down in history as having overseen the plane. Miss Laxity at the design of a new pain was pretty lax safety standards standards and they happily put it in. The air didn't tell their pilots or didn't tell the airlines that they needed to retrain. They're not sold more than three hundred people killed in two plane. Crashes this age billion dollar figure really doesn't begin to quantify the damage simply Boeing's reputation and it would not surprise me at a a time when Chinese playmakers Car growing that Boeing could very easily Lou crowns. The world's biggest plane maker. Let's move onto trouble. Seaman's SEAMANS which has defied the calls of climate change? Campaigners protested outside its German head office. And it's going to say that it will honor contract to supply signaling systems to coal mine in guess where Australia yes who would be in the Australian fossil fuel industry right now with all those images news of fires burning across that country over the past few weeks well Siemens was asked that very question. Because IT'S HAL is contractors to supply signaling systems to a new coal minus currently being developed in Queensland and because of the recent fires seeing that there were protests at Sima facilities in Germany and it's in its homeland it is one of the biggest companies in Germany but it's decided to ignore those protests to a degree it says it will continue with the contract although it has thrown a bone to the campaign saying that it will establish an internal sustainability committee that will have the power our to halt projects. Of course this is this time of dilemmas. When that many big companies have to make when it comes to the issue of of climate change and that participation in in in industries which contribute to climate change and this instance? I think it was interesting. That seem as actually did. Sit Down with the activists. They didn't ignore them all together. And under the savings boss had a meeting with the German environmental activists Lewis Noah bar towards the end last week and even offered her seat on this Sustainability Committee. An offer she robust but this is clearly a calculated decision by then the the idea being that said these fires will ultimately blow. Oh over and that the blow back from them. Participating in this contract is not worth the Moskva Finally if you're a Japanese billionaire what do you want to do with your time. If you want to go to the moon what you WANNA have in the case of Yusaku Massawa find woman to start by your size. This is the forty four year roles multi-billionaire who made his fortune in the fashion business. He is a known eccentric. He's meant to be the first civilian passenger to fly around the the moon on the spacex maiden voyage which is going to be taken off in twenty twenty three and having relatively recently split up from his girlfriend. He's put it online malign. Are that looking for a new life partner to accompany him on this mission. He says he wants to share the experience with a special woman. So He's organized organized a matchmaking event. He's invited applicants at say three month process to participate. You have to be a single or a woman you have to be over twenty and counter traits you have to always positive and crucially. I guess interested in going to space so am I don't know if you're dusting golf your application. You've got until the end of this week to apply but being at Mrs Masala not appeal to you. Add there is another way to get on his Eh Vessel. He is also bringing a group of artists along with him. So maybe you could qualify that way instead could ever make anybody attracted to billionaire. I've no the idea tigon right. Thank you very much indeed for joining us on monocle. Twenty four finally a little treat in the form of the latest episode of the Urban Est tool all stories. This week we visit Jojo Wien one of the world's tallest wooden skyscrapers. It tells eight to four meters above northeast. Vienna and the structure is being hailed as a lighthouse Taus project of sustainable living from article in Vienna Latino from Aleksei Corey love the concept of sustainable. Living has always been very popular here in Australia. Both culturally and architecturally but this man took Missouri Carolina architect in the.

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