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"cinta" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"cinta" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Through public bank Broadcast booth here, it Cinta Center and I'm very close Ballgame, Xavier. Box on Bradley 51 to 50. We're joined by the head coach. The Xavier Musketeers. Travis steal, Travis. Congratulations on on a tough win today. Thanks. Thanks, Joe. We appreciate it, man. That was ugly. Um, we gotta learn how to close the game a little bit better that make it easier on ourselves very, very in. But But we'll learn from. It gives us a lot of things to learn from. We've got some young guys out there. They gotta figure things out. But I was proud of our defense about our defense is really good. Kept us in the game. You know, we had an off day shooting wise, but Again. Always tell those guys like you know good things find a way to win. And today we found a way. Coach. I was just going to say that you know good teams find a way to win and you guys were able to find a way even though it was ugly. Um, such a different game from yesterday from 24 hours from a game in which You know the basket. Just everything you threw up when in versus you know this game totally opposite. But you anticipated this. You know that Bradley is one of the better defensive teams in the country and they showed it. Yeah, they're big. They're physical. They're old. They're well coached. Um Again. They're tough that that's her whole M o on. They're gonna make it a rock fight, And And they did, um, give their defense a lot of credit, But I was proud to see that we were able to kind of reciprocate that can make them every single point they got at the other end. Which is good for us, because I think we have a chance to be a really good offensive team on if our defense can be what it was today, and we've got to be better on the glass. Now I was way gave up too many offensive rebounds, especially in the first half. I felt like they got every loose ball. Um, we gotta clean up those areas, but but overall, you know, we just found a way. Oh, Chode, um in the ball game, you could say towards the end there he had the ball and probably should not have had a shot near the end. I think you were called to pull it out. But then, at the very end, I thought he showed it off a lot of poise for a freshman, a great athletic ability. If you want to get the ball to Paul Scruggs and he was he was obviously covered up photo made the decision to slash down the right side of the lane. Used his great athletic ability to go over a terrific shot blocker and child and banking off the glass for the winning margin for the Musketeers. Yeah, you know, I told I told the one possession before he should have pulled it out. He knows that. No, we're up by two. There were 34 seconds or whatever. It was on the clock like a man. Let's just finish out. Get down. You gotta learn right and again. It's a learning experience for him. Uh, you know, we've already spoken about it. Try to call time out that Earl, there are one of the officials couldn't hear me towards the end of it, but But you know what to come back the next play. I knew if they were going to pick up full court, I told the one I said they just go for right by him to go right to the rack. And put pressure on the rim. And if somebody helps in and you kick it out, and you drop it off, But it's a heck of a finished by the one great great play by a boy's freshman coach, and you talked about I think Joe asked you. Ah, couple days ago. What do you expect from your captains? And I think one of the things you said to settle this down when things aren't going well, And I thought in this game, you're three captains were really solid. Obviously that Freeman, I was just just got you off to a great start. First time he played against the seven footer. Um, but I really like a lot. What would Carter Carter did in that game? I mean, he was really on the boards made a big rebound on a missed free throw down the stretch. And then with a big block against child's, he came over and double team talked about talk about your 33 captains and how they helped you win this game. Yeah, I told those guys leading into the game and said Hey, fellas, you're gonna be that's gonna have to play a lot of minutes. We don't have any guys right now. And it kind of is what it is. We gotta find Bill to fight through fatigue. Coaching, but playing back to back games, and I thought Jason Carter makes an incredible winning plays. Like you said with the tip in what is the big time block many product that in there? I mean, he had 11 rebounds. Uh, which I could be mistaken. Maybe his career high here its savior. Um, I thought Jack obviously made some big shots and big plays. Scruggs had seven assists was living in the paint. Um, play good defense. And even that shot Terry. No one hit that left corner man. I was a contested three after two pump fakes. Um, I got pull it all three of those guys really stepped up a Z game one coach. Their defense. Do you think it was more more more their defense or was it a little bit fatigue on your team? Just not being able to not not having that condition to be playing at a high level in back to back games, or was it Something they were doing defensively Or was it an off night or or what? What's your take on it? You know, being a little bit of combination of all that, you know. I mean, like, I can't pin it on one thing specifically, I think all guys are gassed. Just been honest. There are guys who really tired when I used to playing games. You know what this is? We have played games since last March. They were playing back to back days, and we have to play another game tomorrow at noon, So recovery's gonna be important. But again, Bradley should get defensive. Tina's well, I thought I liked some of the looks that we had. On. I think we usually not goes in. But again. We just didn't today. And But again, we didn't hang our heads, which I was really, really practice. I got I said this yesterday in my press conference afterwards. Hey, what did you find out about your team yesterday? I really didn't know. You know, it's like when we hit adversity. Who are we?.
"cinta" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It Cinta Center. We have three minutes and 50 seconds to play in the second half. Xavier leading Bradley 44 to 43 scoring in the ball game for Xavier there, led by Zach Freemantle and two players that of friend double figures for Xavier. No other Xavier player has more than two. Phil Gold's Fremantle has 19 Scruggs has 15 Nate Johnson has not scored Yes. Seven rebounds. One autumn has two points, Carter two points, 10 rebounds, Griffin, two points, nine rebounds, Kinky Tandy, four points and one rebound. Kiki 10, He's only played five minutes this half. He's the only other musketeer that has more than one Phil gold other than Freemantle and Scruggs. So down the stretch here, wonder if he'll be back into this ball game. Child's leads. The Bradley Braves with night are 17 points. Have a nine and he has nine points. 33 pointers free throw by Paul Scruggs on the way it's the front of the rim and falls. Back towards the shooter. No good remains a one point lead for the Musketeers, all steps off the free throw lines and the ball back to the official. The officials are Playing the free throw their talking to both sides of the rebounders on the right the left side of the lane Now they're ready to go. Paul catches a bounce pass dribbles at one time Benzes these shots on the way it is no good. So he goes over to the league stays at one for the Musketeers at 44 43. Across the time line with low drivel is East Changing directions. Takes it from the right point to the left point on the double bag. Is it upto Henry? Absolute to the elbow? Hands it off to the three point shooter popping in, and he drives inside the lane and banks it in. On a fade away, and we've got a whistle in a family musketeer, a potential three point play the conventional way. There three point specialists. Drove it around the top of the key down the left side of the lane leaned in through the contact faded away and banked in off the glass. Was a smart play five a 985% 3 free throw shooter. It's on the way and it's no good rebound taken by that free male. That was no mean feat. That ball went over the head of Friedman on ahead of tap it forward to control it. Xavier trails by 1 45 44. 3 23 to play. Three to his own being employed right now, by Bradley. Three out top to underneath. The right corner wide open. Johnson fires three. It's got it his first three of the ball game and senior leads by 2 47 45. He was wide open in the corner. The past came from the left point. The right side of the floor 304 to go. He needed that one. Joe. That's the first bucket of the game for Johnson. He's trying to drive. No one is kicked back outside. Henry with Give it up. The child's working on Freeman on into the lane jump hook shot is blocked by Carter, who came over to help in the ball was knocked out of bounds. It will stay with the Brandley Braves were blocked by Carter. Great help by Carter. Carter's gotta come and doom or of that. We've got to make someone else beat them. This child. Childs has just been killing the Musketeers inside. We need to bring a double team once again Once he catches the ball in the low post, was a leading scorer for the Bradley Ball Club. 17 points 8 20 from the field, Carter with a big block there in a jump hook. Seven on the shot clock. Really with the ball top of the key making, Henry now they give it up for the three point shooter. Topper Naina. He ducks up another fires up a 17 footer rolls out across the front room. No good. Tapped up. No good catch up again. No good family is a rebound again and we got up. Balanced side against the musketeer. Henry came down with the rebound on the two Miss taps. He's fat on the play, He'll be the line to shoot to Henry of 75% free throw shooter Xavier leading by 2 47 to 45. With 2 34 to play in the ball game. This will be Bradley's only second field free throw attempt at the ball game every of the line to shoot too. Free throws on the way and it is good global. Across the front of the room. He averaged 10 points and six rebounds. Last year, he was under 20. 1920 20 Missouri Valley Conference. Most improved team 34 dribbles. Now he bends his knees fires away and he ties it up. 340.2 for two. It's 47 47 with 2 34 to go Xavier with basketball older brings it across the timeline, switching hands on the drivel. Now it's in his left hand back to his right hand top of the key. Accelerates down the lane spins of the lane. Hank shoots and misses the shot. Rebound. Taking away open with a pump fake plays it up. No good. Tapped up. No good rebound battle for autumn has it again in the pain trouble that after the win Great hustle by the Musketeers. That was Johnson came down that last three back Scruggs now with the ball on the right side of the floor to await to go shot clock in 11 for the Musketeers. Scruggs drives into the elbow behind the back move, loses every gains and loses it again. And he picks up his dribble, fires up with 17 footer and hits. And after all that commotion, he finally was able to settle in the defenders trying to steal the ball kind of lost their balance. It's.
With Films and Audiences Scarce, Regal Cinemas Shuts its Doors
"From wondering I'm David Brown in this business wars daily on this Friday October night some sad news this week about the film industry. One of the biggest movie theater chains in America is Shutting Down Indefinitely Regal Cinemas is rolling up the red carpet at it's five hundred plus theaters in America last Sunday Regal's parent company sent a world announced it would suspend operations beginning yesterday cinna world has also closing more than one hundred, twenty, five theaters in the UK it's the largest. Movie Theater Operator there in the second largest in the world after rival AMC entertainment holdings according to the Wall Street. Journal the suspension could last two months or a little longer according to send a world's CEO speaking with New York Times the suspension. The second one for the company since the pandemic started affects forty thousand US employees and fifty five hundred in Britain and Ireland. Industry Trade. Paper variety call last weekend decision to suspend operations sudden and shocking officials made the choice after. MGM On Friday postponed the release of its next James Bond movie no time to die. MGM had planned to release the double o seven Caper in November. Now it's planned tentatively, we assume for next April even pre pandemic theaters depended on blockbuster films to fill seats since March studios have been postponing releases and in many cases moving them to streamers instead. But postponement of the twenty seventh bond film was a crippling blow to theaters counting on the release to make some money. This year according to variety the decision was so abrupt that Cinta world didn't even tell employees about the suspensions rather the company left thousands to learn about their fates in newspaper headlines and tweets workers who belong to the Cinema World Action, group and employee collective tweeted that the company gave them. No warning workers have been left out of discussions that should have included our voices they stated adding that to find out you may no longer have a job from the media is awful. Sin A world lost more than one and a half billion dollars in the first half of the year. The New York Times reports AMC theaters is also struggling AMC stock dropped ten percent Monday morning after cinema world's news analysts say it will have trouble staying afloat in six months unless film attendance jumps or the company raises more capital according to CNBC. With. The movie industry in Dire Straits, there's a whole lot of finger pointing as you might imagine, the CEO of Cinema World told The Wall Street Journal. Movie. Studios. Just aren't supplying films theaters need to keep operating he compared to a grocery shop without anything on the shelves but studio executives say they're postponing big releases because they can't turn a profit as because American viewers are still avoiding the theaters that have been open. All eyes have been on the Christopher Nolan action. Adventure movie tenant to jump start the more of an industry as we reported right Here, in August in normal times, pulled a couple of billion dollars billion with a B. Nolan is the most people director in Hollywood but tenants September release was lackluster to date. The movie has earned only forty five million dollars in ticket sales across the US NEW YORK. Times reports it's performed better overseas global receipts currently total three, hundred, million dollars, but the movie cost two, hundred million to make and millions more to promote for studio executives. Those numbers just don't add up and to reason enough for them to postpone the potential blockbusters like no time to die. So what will save the movie business it depends on whom you ask cinema world's chief is waging a PR war against New, York Governor Andrew Cuomo for not reopening theaters new. York. In Los Angeles are the two most important American markets for theater chains that they both remained closed as contributing to the weakness of the film business but with Covid nineteen cases climbing again in places like Brooklyn and Queens Governor Cuomo is standing firm. At the
Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith
"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. Shea was born on October twenty, three, nineteen, seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. Now, the L. Said Woods village, which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, the Edwards and the smiths. Siblings cousins, and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. Nine. Lisa was born on November twenty, nine, Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, and dougie shillings worth. On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. Nat King. Cole's Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. The close knit family spent their evenings together, dancing and singing. But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, a heart attack and Pasta way. Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. Minor roles. So babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. Cindy. who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, which was a remote ap Bac town, they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. River. On Saturday December five, nine, hundred, ninety, seven, Cindy. Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. By the time evening fell. The two of them had decided to go into town. Burke was a small town with a population of just three, thousand, four, hundred paypal. It was originally home to the Nimba people, but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. Lock old indigenous people across. Australia. The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. By the late nineteen, th century, their population had dwindled. While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. CADDO stations.
The Dudas Abides with The Block CEO Mike Dudas
"Thanks excited to do that. Yeah we you and I met a couple years ago and was in the context of a telegram group and that was my Kenley. My first foray into the wires of will call. It's or Crypto will. Now it's crypto twitter's the word but you see all the social media it's a Sort of a wild environment and it was eye opening for me to jump from traditional tack and business and Fintech into the system. It's two years later from when I originally met you. I feel about twice as old twice as have have no kidding. So so it's been a while couple of years but to your question so entered the space to fulltime as described right when things were rushing up an Krisha knowing But I've been bitcoin owner since two thousand thirteen fall. Hackers out there. You're welcome like Ryan. I enjoyed talking about you. Know all of my security issues publicly and that's why you'll also the thing that drew me to Bitcoin I've Yolk in two thousand ten joined Google's while at team and spent four years in that team does a decade too early to mobile payments in America in have been early on a number things was early at Bimbo which was acquired by Braintree P payments and before that I worked on my music in the late arts so that was a decade later but Juli after working infantile juvenile equitable for years out working braintree in meeting with the Queen based team to talk about bitcoin payments and two thousand thirteen and really being a little bit disillusioned. And I think we're still seeing this. Continue today with every Cinta company out there seemingly having the aspiration perhaps other than Stripe Square and Shop Affi- which is sort of Fintech e adjacent to sell to big bank or financial institution your I wanted to actually work on. What would hopefully be disrupting financial institutions in the way that we describe them and you know the regulated by the US government and other governments over the next few decades And discovering bitcoin in two thousand thirteen participating and being on the outskirts but seeing it from a formal industry perspective. You got me excited about the potential slightly aware of the risks the personalities the complexity. And then when I decided to jump in full-time Holy Shit. It was like awesome terrifying confusing and just a trigger for all of my good bad side as well as seemingly everybody else who is participating and I probably monologues provide house all stop here but looking at this confusing volatile space. At a time when it was you know growing seemingly exponentially was was simultaneously amazing scary and and just saw like I think what you saw around. I mean you've you've been full time for a long time but A darth of reliable real credible information that led people to do really stupid things and inaccurate. Gets us to the core of what the block is. I I don't WanNa go out on a limb and describe the block because I know that you're just gonNa correct me with some ostentatious vision and my best not everything of everything that That the two more people look at the block. They see a a media outlet. That's competing with coin desk. I think you yourself has Have have been vocal about winning business away from Clinton to ask and in growing the audience. You've obviously got a very strong team of researchers that are on percents On on twitter in a good way a lot a lot of the content has been exceptional. What's how do you describe the block? And and where are we now in terms of its evolution? Because I'll have Frank Frank Reich went for a run which typically twelve minute pace half walkout by their which is bad news. So maybe you can think about the block in terms of caricatures. Franken the media elements and then there folks being the research but how does how does this business align with your original vision to improve information in the industry? And and where do you think you are now versus where you want to be? So the original tagline was crypto simplified. While we strive to do that I. It doesn't describe you know what what we do in its entirety. We've expanded that into the first and final word and digital assets and what that means really as you were not just simplifying things so you can understand them. But we'd like to be the first place you look to figure out what the heck's going on this space and we define the space pretty broadly so it's not just covering public blockchain's and cryptocurrencies than I just covering bitcoin Theorem Ripples and Be Gash Etcetera. It's covering central. Bank digital currencies is covering distributed ledger technology and stuff that is adjacent. So companies that are using technology and governments that are thinking about money in new ways The original idea and concept was again crypto simplified and it was hatched time when there was a lot more momentum behind. Lucia say everyday people's interest in learning more and going really deep in the technology What happened? Is you in two thousand eighteen as we started to form the brand and launched the brand. We realized we had incredible talent Stephen Frank Larry editorial talent that was super experienced had experience in various aspects of currency and blockchain Inventec analysis research and so we launched you. Know Not really a crypto. Simplify brand one. That had insider knowledge people gravitated towards our all of our contact with free in two thousand eighteen and that was the original vision for the business was young in two thousand eighteen. Hundreds of millions of people will be interested in this You know imminent revolution. That's happening today. What has clearly happened as everybody took a deep breath. Certainly we did and said Hey. This is going to be a multi year multi decade evolution with a incredible things happening up stones and everything in between just like I think a lot of technology and a lot of you know financial markets over yet throughout history. So where we've come out is. We are focused on instead of blockchain. One one Call it somewhere between Crypto blockchain to one and above. And it's enough that if you're if you're somebody who's aware of what's going on you can kind of start with our news and journalism that's our top of funnel that's where most people are aware of the block the news and journalism brand. And then you we will through as you mentioned our social counts and through our personal accounts. We you know. Basically tighten the funnel and connect to the folks who are actually participating fully in the market. And then we sell solutions as including research information. We'll talk more about where we're headed with. That
FDA pulls up Walmart, Kroger, others for selling tobacco to minors
"Next month. The food and drug administration's is WalMart Kroger in ten other convenience or change of selling tobacco products to minors comes from letters the FDA Cinta companies asking for the submission of action plans within a month, which will describe how they will work to reduce the illegal sales to minors the letters were part of their youth tobacco prevention plan a measure defined against youth access to tobacco products Family Dollar seventy seven and Casey's general store among the franchises. That were also
FDA pulls up Walmart, Kroger, others for selling tobacco to minors
"The food and Drug administration says WalMart, Kroger and ten other convenience store chains are selling tobacco products to minors. Mistreatment comes from letters the FDA Cinta companies asking for the submission of action plans within a month, which will describe how they will work to reduce illegal sales to minors the letters were part of their youth tobacco prevention plan a measure defined against youth access to tobacco products Family Dollar seventy seven and Casey's general store among the franchises. That were also
"cinta" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"It was cracking me up and then cynthia's trying to make light of it. She's like, well, you know, you do speaking quotes, you know, he do use those Instagram quotes. And then they show some those maims that means making for herself to put on her esta Graham stories or whatever as she goes. I do like quotes is just I I like close to public passive quotes. And they all like laugh, you put very negative quotes. And I have a question why she saying that Cynthia posting pictures of and chill makes your insecure. I did not say that. I said the hashtag the hashtag it. She goes, it just seems overdone. And then she goes a girl can have an opinion Honey, and everyone just starts laughing. Like this this best after she says all the stuff about opinions girl can have opinion, right? They just they just all even tomorrow is laughing. They're all laughing, and how ridiculous like he doesn't even seem to realize the joke is on her at this point. Yeah. And she's like Cinta goes, well as your friend, and she's like, oh, my friend amazing. I think that's amazing that you call me up for and as Cynthia she goes, well, I think it's amazing that you'd call me friend, and she goes, well, I didn't like your opinion brand. Yes. Yes. Exactly. And that's pretty much where left off with a friend off. But yeah, knee is a full on monster. And you know, I don't think she will ever ever be humbled. And she needs to leave waiting to be done to get the hell outta here. He's ruining the franchise. She really is. Because I think that a she's such a diva that I think then like it it like caused this whole thing of like, well, if she can do that than I want to do this. You know, like, it's another all well, they're all gonna be divas anyway. But I don't we need her out. We need her out. She probably tried to control production too, much, and we can sense it. We can tell is not fun to watch. No one's rooting for her. She's not a good villain. She's not a good hero. She's not a good anything be done with her sickie Dany go away. Go Amy go. All right. Well, that brings us to the end of this. We did this recap on TV party. Thank you guys for joining us on TV party. If you miss this. You can catch a replay over at crap on demand, which is a feature patriotic over there. Get tickets for Irvine. We'll see you soon. Boston will we will actually be back tonight. Live streaming on TV party. We're going to pump rules Rica at ten PM Pacific time. Yeah. Over or here on TV party here, and you'll be able to get that video late night tonight as well. Check that out. We love you guys. We will see you next time. Wow. We.
California, Pasadena And Earthquake discussed on The Takeaway
"Despite frequent little earthquakes like the magnitude three point five one that shaikh orange county awake this morning california is overdue for the big one size just degree the state is going through a sort of earthquake drought glenn bio is a seismologist with the u._s. geological survey in pasadena he published a study today on the lack of major activity around three phones the san andreas santa sinto and hayward one of the the simple estimates that a person may is on average we should have three to four quakes in this fall said decides every year or every century pardon me and we've not had any and zero is pretty far from three to four he says the last significant or groundbreaking earthquake in southern california was in nineteen eighteen it was magnitude point seven centered in eastern san diego county along the santa cinta faultline or paper shows that this hundred year hoping period with no ground rupturing earthquakes shouldn't happen the eighteen hundred saw six large quakes on this trio of faults researchers warn californians are at risk of a hidden danger complacency as memories fade about what the big one can
"cinta" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Nobody has changed its naturally determined contribution. I think in part it's again, like a resistance thing to to the US. But I think what I think interesting is some senses this nationally determined approach is more zillion than he Yoto right because Kyoto targets were to go. She'd in confrontation of what others were were doing. So in other words, you might take on a more stringent target because another country's taking on more Cinta target than than they have. If they pulled the rug out from under you, you would not know really how to react that you might not be willing to implement some target. If you counterpart wasn't a, but the NBC concept, you were picking target that worked. He was nationally determinant sense for you. And it kind of continues to make sense for you like notwithstanding what the United States to do. I'm Benjamin witness. And this is the law fair podcast, March twenty seventh two thousand nineteen from nineteen eighty nine to early two thousand seventeen sue Benitez was the lead climate lawyer and a climate negotiator at the State Department. She was also key architect of the Paris agreement on climate change a UN negotiated agreement designed to mitigate global warming which went into effect in November two thousand sixteen in June two thousand seventeen President Trump announced his intention to withdraw the US from the agreement. However, sue sat down with law fares own jackals Smith to talk about all of that the whole history they talked about the early days of US and international climate action. How the Paris agreement came into force and the predecessor agreements that gave rise to it. How it was supposed to operate and what impacts Trump's actions have had on. International climate policy. It's the law. Fair podcast episode four hundred three SU Benitez on the Trump administration and international climate policy. Before we get into the guts of international climate law school expand a little bit on your career in the State Department of what did you do your there at the beginning of what I think of as modern international climate change law. You were there for the United Nations. What is you SEC Dan for it's the framework the UN's framework convention on climate change. You were there as the foundational agreement you were there negotiated involved in guessing that yes, so just describe more. What you didn't stay -partment for decades? Well, when I first got there was nineteen eighty four started at diplomatic law doings of privilege zone. Immunities type work rotated through the office for Middle Eastern regal issues. Then I spent about two and a half years being on the space station. Associations that was doing Reagan administration where we tried to get western Europe, Pandita Japan to joy. Join us NASA in building an international space station that was going to be the counterpart to the Soviet near ultimately Russia ended up joining the space station after Soviet Union collapse. So that was very interesting legal experience after that, I started working on environmental issues and law sees shoes..
"cinta" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And this is NPR news. And this is public radio Santa Claus is out. But not too many other people right lane. That is very true. Very quiet. We do have one incident. It's city looks like an accident. Eastbound twelve pass Lambie road debris in the roadway. But traffic has been incredibly light through that stretch light at the bay bridge toll plaza and mass transit were on a modified scheduled today. Elaine Lee young for thank you, Elaine. Her looks her report brought to you by mothers against drunk driving. We have a perspective now seventy six years ago in Nazi occupied Holland. A Dutch Christmas tradition became a brush with disaster for then six-year-old, Anita. Frank whose memories hotter to this day? Here's her perspective is December nineteen forty two and Cinta class. The Dutch Santa Claus is expected any minute. I'm six years old and terrified sitting with four children. In a small room in my foster parents house, I'm the youngest. And no he'll address me. I will he call me by my real name, Anita or leisure an Easter Jewish fugitive in hiding is a nice Christian girl not wanted by the Nazis. I feel sick to my stomach. I want to crawl in the whole, but I've nowhere to go before my brother, and I were whisked away from our home. Our parents have made it clear tell no one you're Jewish or be killed. I could not tell our foster mother our secret. There was no waste into class. Could have been for warrant Cinta class and thirst with his helpers what to Pete he looks at me and says militia have you been a good girl way for for the sweeps over from me. And I think Cinta clash knows everything. I can now enjoy his little present. I do wonder how we found out about my situation, but I can breathe again safe and grateful that is on missions knows no bounds. I am now. Eighty and. Will never forget where I sat what I thought. And how I felt during those excruciating minutes before Santa Claus called militia. I marvel at that little girl still believing a Santa Claus yet. So aware of the constant danger. Dobie would be among the few to survive the emotional damage was profound lifetime later. I worry for all those must live in shadows. Documented the dreamers worshipers of unfavored faith..
"cinta" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
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"cinta" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"I mean like, but he's able to pull it off. You know? So on the one end like I wouldn't hate you guys. I'd go. Hey, listen. I sent us a kid, for example, this is you an adult. That's never that's non athletic and never box. And. Yeah. Hands tied behind the head or whatever. And I'd be like, you know, can I get one of those? I can get a free five thousand dollar pay day or an easy five thousand dollar payday. I would not stop you guys from getting it. I'd just be jealous. I guess it's what I have is Joseph Lloyd can pull this off. Your mike. Oh, well, now say, I mean, it just. I don't blame him because. Yeah, he's pulling it off. It's a little bit of a circus show. But this day and age cares. But I mean how much crazier can things get for this guy. I really don't know next time. He's gonna fight a guy that he's not actually a boxer wearing boxers. I mean what what else can you possibly do? The listeners will say, well, why do you cover it because we have well at the bottom line is because it clicks people wanna read about it. And unfortunately, they wanna read about it slightly more than. Somebody on the prelims. Who's gonna win that fight for whatever reason people wanna read that war? And so we allocate a writer to cover the the press conference and just keep an eye on it and anything that the moves. I mean, it's because when I say the listeners will ask let's say the ten one hundred whatever you are that don't give a shit. There's ten times as many of you that do that's what I'm trying to say. I don't wanna make it sound like. Oh, yeah. Cheap clicks. But it is. It's basically a business decision story because I want to at least know what's going on. What's happening? I may not watch the fight. But I wanna know what's going on our guest today, by the way, it will be Antonina shift shaneco. We might have one other guests. I had a real good initial contact with the other one I thought it was a slam dunk. So I took my foot off the gas like an idiot, but all week we've had three or four guests thought. We'd be okay with. But right now, we got her locked in. She's in the second hour, we have plenty of time before we get to her eight six six five two two two eight four six is the number to call. And if you wanna participate with any of the discussion, we're having here regarding tension versus Floyd Mayweather. The boxing exhibition matches on in Japan. Also looks like the way end results went well, with the exception of Cinta Calvia, we kinda covered that it's on the front page of e junkie..
"cinta" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Fair skies. Thirty eight degrees in central park. And the winds though are picking up nice tomorrow as I said, although it is cold. But tomorrow, we're going to get a messy mix of snow, sleet, and rain and that will arrive around noontime so watch for that it's thirty eight and fair once again in central park at twelve oh three Amazon's deal to set up a headquarters and Long Island city queens has drawn complaints from elected officials and this morning, a protest Queen city council member Jimmy van Bremer feels public resources would be better served serving the people of New York with a mass transit crisis with a public housing crisis with a million different things that we could have used this money for the governor and the mayor conspired secretly to cut a deal with Jeff Bezos to the exclusion of everyone else. Our Marla diamond is covering that protests there today, we should be hearing from her a little later on now Amazon's plans for Long Island city could mean big changes for the real estate market on Long Island. Here's Sophia hall to talk about that here on Long Island, many times a house goes up for sale and within weeks that house is under contract you blink. And it's gone real estate agent. Lisa Kennedy with Eric Ramsey and associates tells me those employed at Amazon in Long Island city will likely be focused on buying a Nassau County and these specific areas, I'm thinking the towns that are going to have the networks on island are going to be places like Manhattan, Rockville centre garden city, Roslyn, Jericho Glen cove oyster bay because they all are much closer. She says the issue will be first-time homebuyers. It's hard for them now to buy a home, but with the Amazon competition, you're absolutely going gab more of an employee. Rated market than we have right now and our market on Long Island is already in plated routinely. Things are selling between twenty and twenty five thousand dollars over half price right now. Sophia hall WCBS NewsRadio eighty at twelve oh five the judge in the trial of accused drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman has admonished his lawyer for accusing Mexican president of taking bribes that lawyer Jeffrey Lichtman made the claim during an opening statement, former Mexican president Felipe a called the own the spokesman for current president and wreak opinion NATO vehemently denied those claims Lichtman also claim that his client was not the real leader of a cartel that sent tons of cocaine into the US he blamed another reputed trafficker who he said evaded capture with varieties a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson is being sued by the state of New Jersey for deceiving. Patients about the safety of its addictive painkillers. According to New Jersey's attorney. General the seeds of the opioid epidemic were planted in part right in New Jersey's own backyard. The state has filed a lengthy lawsuit against Johnson and Johnson subsidiary Janssen pharmaceuticals in Raritan, alleging deceptive marketing in pushing a couple of its opioid pain medications attorney, general Gerber gray wall. They funded bogus research. They pushed bogus theories like pseudo addiction things that have been debunked. They said that they position to Cinta Cinta ER as a safer alternative to other more powerful opioid drug says, the director mentioned one. In fact, they were the same types of opioid drugs Janssen defends its marketing practices and refutes the allegations. This is the third such lawsuit filed by New Jersey as it attempts to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable for the addiction crisis. According to the.
"cinta" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"At least fifty people statewide have now been killed by these players. Most of the victims in the north Butte county one hundred national guard troops are joining efforts to find the remains of people unaccounted for number two. Ford is teaming up with WalMart to explore how self driving vehicles can deliver many everyday goods such as groceries diapers and pet food and personal care items in Miami Dade County. Third thing to know a New Jersey teen who went missing for two weeks has been found in Philadelphia safe where exactly. Thomas Kolding was found his family says it fifteen year olds spent a night in the hospital because he's been through a lot. He left his home a day before Halloween with a thousand dollars leaving behind a note and said that he was off to see the world. Five. More measles cases have been confirmed in Lakewood, New Jersey officials say the infected people may have exposed others to the disease while they were at sites in Lakewood between October twenty fifth and November first anyone who thinks that he or she might have been exposed should call a healthcare provider before going to a medical office or emergency department, so special arrangements can be made for evaluation. WCBS CBS news time, eight seventeen teenage Johnson and Johnson subsidiary. In New Jersey is being sued by New Jersey for allegedly deceiving. Patients about the safety of painkillers and how a dicta- they are. Here's Sean Adams. According to New Jersey's attorney general the seeds of the opioid epidemic were planted in part right in New Jersey's own backyard. The state has filed a lengthy lawsuit against Johnson and Johnson subsidiary. Janssen pharmaceuticals in Raritan, alleging deceptive marketing in pushing a couple of its opioid pain medications attorney, general Gerber gray wall. They funded bogus research. They've pushed bogus theories like pseudo addiction things that have been debunked. They said that they position to Cinta Cinta ER as a safer alternative to other more powerful opioid drug says, the director mentioned when in fact, they were the same types of opioid drugs Janssen defends its marketing practices and refutes the allegations. This is the third such lawsuit filed by New Jersey as it attempts to hold pharmaceutical companies accountable for the addiction crisis. According to the CDC four out of five heroin addicts start with prescription pain pills. Sean Adams WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty eight.
"cinta" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Search teams are picking through the rubble looking for more victims of the campfire and three New Jersey is suing a pharmaceutical company for playing down the risks of opioids they funded bogus research. They pushed bogus theories like pseudo addiction things that have been debunked. They said that they position to Cinta Cinta ER as a safer alternative to other more powerful opioid drugs. When in fact, they were the same types of opioid drugs. Attorney general Gooby agree wall filed a lawsuit against Janssen a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson New Jersey is now the third time to accuse at drugmaker of break. The law and order to fell. Opioids one of Eric Schneiderman accusers says he should donate millions left in his campaign coffers to programs that help abused women. Michelle manning bearish on CBS said it would be a great step toward healing Chinaman's. Campaign said July that remaining funds will be donated to quote worthy and appropriate causes as of now, we still don't know exactly where that money is going just last week a special prosecutor decided not to charge the former new York Attorney General. Nineteen year old Huntington station men charged with sexually assaulting a sixteen year old girl that we CBS reporters Sophia hall with the story this was a heinous crime. And we brought all resources to bear to take this predator off the streets in less than forty eight hours specific county police Commissioner Geraldine hard after nineteen year old Daniel doom was charged with sexually assaulting a sixteen year old girl and the normally safe.
"cinta" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Panic at the disco seem. Ooh. There. She goes again, it's like a valley girl. Same theme. All right. So trick or treating tonight Halloween. Got a decision to make you stay in your neighborhood. Or do you take it to the streets and get out to some of these places where the action is. Of course, there's traffic and timing, but the rewards can be full size full size candy bar commitment, guys because there's nothing I mean, look there's fun size and full size whose full fun. Here are some hot spots tonight. Silverlake we're talking to Silverlake if you're out in Silverlake Armstrong avenue now, these are reports that have come into me and not been all these, but Armstrong avenue is actually closed vehicle traffic, which makes it ethically safe on the families or get out there. Some houses actually, put up special effects. Ooh now. I'm if I'm going to go all out on a holiday with all due respect to Halloween. It's christmas. Yeah. I'm already thinking about how I'm going to decorate the house for Christmas. I was actually with all my excitement and enthusiasm following. I was actually coming into work thinking, oh, you know. What's great is that when this is over it's truly thanksgiving, meaning Christmas, I know, and I am not gonna wait late to put up Christmas this year. Because he goes by too fast. Anyway, let's go to Cinta Kurita. So they say all to drive and John Russell drive in Santa Carita. It's the pirate colder sack where they built a giant pirate. Ship. Died is festive how fun fun neighborhood to live in what a boring life. I grew up in. Pirate ships on Mike Golda Zach we had a magician at the pool neighborhood pool. And now a magician came at three thirty two neighborhood pool, and we ordered pizza and then it was like, oh is it dark enough? Almost can we maybe it's almost dark day. Can we start at five ten? Yeah. I think it's gonna. Cut to that. One house may plastic bags of.
"cinta" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"It's about keeping them in line. And the best way to go after these guys it's not wait till they do something horrendous. Cokes. Amanda stepping across this tiny little line. They land on him like a ton of bricks. Now, they get worried. How do I keep this from happening next time since I've been doing this show? If you don't know where you're going you good chance you'll wind up somewhere else. Sure. I have a goal. The goal has always been to place every judge in the country in a position such that. When he steps out behind the bench and looks out across the bar at the gallery. I want him wondering which one which one. Eggs out there waiting for me render. Ruling he don't lecturing rundown. Grand jury indicted. That will change everything I'm here at this bitcoin conference because I have the tool to get that done with. We're gonna change everything. I'll I love the idea of holding these bureaucrats accountable because it seems like such an impossible task. I'm curious to know, the stories are great. But did you ever get to the grand jury on? We ask people. I. About five years ago. I filed a habeas corpus for a kid in Conroe. This Republic of Texas group came to me, they're telling him what to do this assessor secession group says morons they called me to do a speech there once and you guys want to replace the government with your Republican Texas group who here knows how to keep the hospitals running who here knows how to keep a state running you want to get rid of everything we've got and replace it. So what are you going to replace it with? I'm going to suggest to you that instead of getting rid of what we got let's fix. What you got? How many of you guys who are complaining about the government doing all these things wrong have written out criminal complaints and signed your name to it? Taking it down to the courts. Now, they never wanted me to come back. So they come to me because the kids in jail doing what they're saying. He's lost his truck. He's lost all his carpenter equipment. He's lost his apartment. He's almost everything. So I look at what went on a rota habeas corpus took it to Conroe folly with the clerk. And ask her are you going to give this to the judge who do I need to do it. Otherwise, she had just bury it this is the criminal complaint. A habeas. I'm sorry. Okay. So she told me she'd give it to the judge which one she told me that I went and sat in a courtroom. They were having a murder trial. The interview they finish examining a witness Cinta Basant, the everybody out sent the jury and the judge said are you Randall, right? Am. Did you follow his habeas? Yes. Your honor? I did said are you an attorney who know judge asleep? Well, not keep has thank you very much. Well, he didn't take that. Well, because he's an attorney. He said, Mr. Kelton teacher, not an attorney. I'm not going to accept this habeas. Attorney debate. If you hear that. Yes. Mr coward. I did arrest that judge got real quiet in there. Judge. Hold on. I want to continue this here in moments ready killed his with us from rule of law radio where you're at the Texas bitcoin conference. There's more coming up here on free talk live..
"cinta" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Beat him up. And she won't come forward. I said, well, I'll make sure I'll with you. Let the FBI look at it and turned out not to be true. The fourth allegation. Was an anonymous allegation a letter without a date or return address Cinta Cory Gardner, just a few days ago. And he turned it over to the committee. And somebody on that side linked it to NBC news. And it made it on the news. The fourth allegation that really bothers me. I don't know what's going on over there. But that's not right. It was somebody over there. Now about MS Ford. I feel really bad that she wanted to remain anonymous and could not. The one thing I know for sure. Is it Diane Feinstein would not do this and did not do this South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham, but I know for sure somebody did. It wasn't chatter from a friend. Three groups had this letter that was requested to be anonymous Dianne Feinstein and her staff, the congresswoman from California and her staff and the lawyers. Somebody betrayed her trust. And if you can't figure out why you should be driving to delay. This hearing to set in motion to destruction of this man to keep this seat open past the election that I know beyond any any doubt. What else do I know? About fill out of my chair. When dot four said yesterday. I didn't know you would be willing to come to me..
"cinta" Discussed on iMore
"This came out we've talked before about movie, pass here on on, I'm more and so last night or yesterday, most of yesterday folks were trying to get tickets to this happened to me. So folks are trying to get tickets to be able to watch movie past movies and movie pests tweeted out to say that they were experiencing technical issues with the process and that there were all these problems they were working to resolve the issue turns out it wasn't. I mean, technically was a technical issue, but technically it wasn't movie pass, ran out of money and had to. Yeah, had to borrow five million dollars from a like a short term loan in order to pay for the tickets that it was buying. So as a Friday morning, there's still some folks who are having trouble being able to purchase tickets, but movie pass, borrowed five million dollars from the DM there. It says where it came from, it's like a hedge fund and they had to borrow from a hedge fund, and it was the only way that they could pay back their partners so that they'd have enough money to afford the tickets that people wanted to buy. So I don't know about you, but like maybe these should start looking to some other services out there Laurie. I saw you tweeting before this that you were thinking about sticking out some others. I didn't know that that they had to borrow money from from there. From from somebody to help cover the cost of their tickets, which by the way as of two PM eastern time today, I just opened up my movie pass app in it saying this in thing where presently experiencing some technical issues with our car-based check in process, diligently working to resolve the issue in the interim ticketing is working. So if I tried to go to the movies right now, I couldn't use the card to do it at all. Even though apparently they've got the loan, it's still not enough or something. I'm not sure. Oh, yeah, I was. I was reading about. I'm going to miss pronounce it, but I think it's Cinta Mia, and it seems like a really good alternative to movie pests for people who don't go to the movies a hundred times in a month, or I guess technically thirty times a month 'cause you can't go more than thirty or thirty one. So it's only go once or twice a month and Cinta. Mea is a much less expensive version, but you're very. Limited. You can go one, two or three times depending on the tears. So I just thought I would ask around see what anybody thought it. It was partly triggered by the fact that I couldn't go to the movies last night. Like I, I thought, you know, oh, you know, I wanna go see the new mission, impossible movie, and I looked on. I opened movie Pasini saw that big. You know, we can't do it unless you're to eat ticket. Well, the nearest e ticketing theater in my area is about thirty five miles away. I mean, even even okay, so maybe I have to thirty five miles to go see this movie. So I checked to see and it was searched priced. So it was twofold. Just not. You know, that was a very frustrating experience for me. And so, yeah, I, it seems like I've kind of been on this on this on the side of the fence of, you know, movie pass is going to be making a lot of money someday because of their data collection because they, they are getting a lot of information. From us in this, you know, this is how other companies, Twitter, Facebook, and things like that. They give us a free service in exchange for collecting some of our data and sharing it with their partners in that's kind of the devil that I pay to be able to have these great services. And I always felt that way about movie pass, but the more and more they keep tacking on these little fees. And now they're, they're hemorrhaging money to the point where they can't even help. They don't even work for me. Now in I, I definitely think I'm, I'm gonna try some new services out there l. affiliate win on what I think. There's also I have a Cinemark in my neighborhood and they have their own direct loyalty up. So I think I'm a program, so then I'm gonna try a couple of different ones than I'll tell you tell you what happened to pass on Sunday pets..
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"A modest amendment that reflects the minimum truth of what is going on in gaza now nick has some other stories from our news desk the nicaraguan government and the opposition will meet on friday in an effort to revive talks aimed at ending a crisis that's left more than one hundred and fifty people dead roman catholic bishops who arranged the meeting said that would make public that mediation proposal and president daniel ortega's response a california georgia filmed dumping a homeless man's belongings in a lake has been accused of stealing the phone of a man who confronted him filmed him the following day henry cinta was arrested on monday on suspicion of robbery after it was filmed in a fracture at the same location and a magazine publisher has successfully appealed against the size of a record defamation pout awarded to the actress rebel wilson and australia last year wilson moniquet so against bauer media over articles she said it wrongly portrayed as a serial liar show narrow c four hundred ninety thousand dollars instead of three point six million ethnic the football world cup gets underway in russia in less than eleven hours time though be sixty four games during the monthlong.
"cinta" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Mistake staffer cinta congratulatory email to thirteen hundred thirty applicants horrified on terribly terribly sorry for what happened associate provost lisa armistead within a few hours we corrected that communication is co ed top to channel two action news wasn't shocked i mean it's just a little disorganized here school confirms it has discussed the mistake with the employee mark alewine wsb total number of births falls for a third straight year in georgia but that does not mean the state's populations going down in fact georgia added about one hundred sixteen thousand people last year six biggest jump in the country atlanta journal constitution reports more than half of those new editions are from people moving into the state georgia is now the eighth most populated state in the country wbz news time eight forty one thousand nine till the plans this weekend or something around every corner vice president for vice president joe biden is speaking in seventy hall this evening the data and company will perform salacious amphitheater at lakewood robert plant the state bank amphitheatre chastain this evening wsb meteorologist kirk mellish joins us live once again what's the trend here kirk the deeper we get into the weekend the better the chance of rain yeah that's right scott the humidity continues to rise slowly but steadily for today look for a high around ninety lows around sixty eight tomorrow astray afternoon or evening thunderstorm possible but most of us stay dry with a mix of sun and clouds a high around eighty eight sunday a mix of sun and clouds a forty percent chance we shower thunderstorm high eighty eight low near seventy recapping your forecast for today an eight meter a mix of clouds and sunshine a stray afternoon thunderstorm possible but most of us stays ri with a high near ninety right now seventy three on peachtree street i'm meteorologist kirk mellish.
"cinta" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of three opioid drugs for member station w f p l rick hell if reports kentucky attorney general andy bashir says john jason pharmaceuticals and ortho mcneil devised a deceptive marketing scheme to generate higher profits from the opioids dora jesus new center and cinta er allegedly claiming that the drugs were less addictive than the alternatives these companies created a campaign of misinformation designed to mislead patients and doctors about both the severity and the frequency of the risk of addiction of the strong opioids the lawsuit is the fifth filed by kentucky's attorney general in response to the opioid epidemic but companies have denied wrongdoing and say they have taken steps to warn patients about the responsible use of the medications for npr news i'm rick hallett in louisville at last check on wall street the dow was down thirty six points at twenty four thousand seven hundred forty nine the snp is up four points at twenty seven ten and the nasdaq was up sixteen points at seventy to ninety eight from washington this is npr news from kiki weedy news i'm paul land core dozens of new videos released by sacramento police show the aftermath of the fatal shooting of stefan clark an unarmed black man killed by two officers last month cake alex emslie has more the latest release augments helicopter and body camera video the police department made public a few days after the shooting now there's audio of clark's grandfather calling nine one one to report something happening outside his house lot on our.