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"coun" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous
"As of the innovation process. Well i must say. I mean as a consumer i love and adore tech companies like peleton. Strap willie bringing the technology and great experience together and it is merely only channels in it is really about using data. It gives you beautifully designed page to get to know yourself at the same time. You can connect with people and use technology and most importantly it does create the defining moment of achievement. Jim your workout gig. As i understand that. I'm sor- granada. Try yeah no. I mean you are a great example of transformation. I mean so to me that the whole user experience the connecting with people everything powered by technology yet is so human. It celebrates that human movements. Are i think this is a great example of creating logan experience using the technology. That's interesting jin. I will tell you that we have not had a guest when we've talked about innovation transformation. Yeah integration all this that had mentioned peleton struggle however as soon as you mentioned it. I don't have a up. But i know how the engagement is a light bob. One of my head and said district great example. Because i live for my strap i mean every day i'm on fraga and i will be at a workout facility to provide me an update as to how will i did. But i put into just so. I get those kudos were so i get the example other people i know i. There are some engagements. I have internationally where i have. More communication through strada than i do. Twitter and lincoln like with nigel. Wash walsh in the uk. And it's just interesting. How different people. You find that these experiences keep you coming back and at the end you know. I'm gonna go back to your book again. It creates those lovable experiences. They want to engage as opposed to be enforced to engage so finally. How do people get. Hold your book and i assume it's on amtrak. I know it's on amazon and more importantly how do they reach out directly if they wanna talk to you about the innovation and the simplification of a journey. Yes please find the link. Dan jin coun- waller or so. You can get in touch with me at designed for company that come where i share my thoughts and executive executive training and consulting services in the area of customer censoring innovation. Simplicity human center design kim. Finally it's been it's been a pleasure and it's long overdue. We communicate as we talked about before the podcast. We communicate with each other through social media and keep up today with each other through social media but having the ability to.
"coun" Discussed on The Archive Project
"You have a relationship between guns and butter so i considered you know maybe history because that's sounded serious and just considered that well just a bunch of true story. So how hard could that be. I knew i could never major an english because the girls at yale who majored in english had amazing hair and super long eyelashes and they had beautiful clothes. And i didn't stand the chance. So i think i took a few writing classes and actually won some prizes but it never occurred to me that i could be a writer now. Why is that well because and my mind. Writers were people like sinclair lewis. I was born in south korea. English was my second language and in the late eighties when i was in college. I decided that i would take an asian american literature class just to figure out if there were any asian american writers. I didn't know of a single korean american writer then and when i took the class in the syllabus they were to korean american women who had written novels the first one i read was by an author named theresa hot coun- cha who wrote a wonderful book called dictate. It's incredibly innovative. And smart. and it's still read today and immediately. After she published a book she was murdered in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. We still don't know what happened. They haven't caught. The person killed her. And then i read another novel. A historical novel called clay walls by run young kim and immediately after she published her book. She died of cancer. So for korean-american women. If you wrote a novel you died. I declared my major in history now. The second thing that i brought up earlier about my high school years was that i was i. Hepatitis b. chronic carrier in high school. I was as symptomatic and in college. It turned out that i would get very very ill and my doctor at yale newhaven hospital said that i would get liver cancer in my twenties or early thirties. My parents were working the day that i went to go see. The doctor and i had gone to the hospital by myself. And i remember listening to dr. Rubin say these things and the only thing that i thought was. I had to be very careful with my time before. I graduated from college. I attended a lecture featuring an american missionary a nice white man who had gone to japan to help. The poor korean people are living there. And no one i knew wanted to go to the lecture so when i was asked by the university chaplain to attend i said yes and i went there and it was me the speaker the university chaplain and one other student. I could not leave. But there were a lot of cookies. And.
"coun" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"The ones in between it's just it's all been like character vice character development interesting events happening but so much more small scale just like the first series of the first season of little events in these small stories told Every episode and like when you know when rick in meets morgan for the first time. It's it's mostly just like him and morgan and his kid and yeah that is. That's probably what wants to episodes. It's just those little moments and it's all about like humanity and grey areas of morality and stuff like that and that's where we're getting back to and this because things have calmed down since the fucking giant hold is a pass through and shit like that and we back to get back to what i used to love about walking in the first place which was the things and the way the coach had written it. And it's it's just back on top of really enjoyed it and we've got storm troopers. I don't know about all right. Let's talk about thunder force on that flex to childhood. Best friends reunite as an unlikely crimefighting duo. When one invents a formula that gives ordinary people superpower's forces written and directed by ben. Falcone and stars. Melissa mccarthy octavia spencer jason bateman. Bobby kind of ali palm clementine taylor moesby melissa leo. It is the fifth collaboration between mccarthy and her husband foul coun- and hopefully it's the final one. Because i am sick of these to working together. Because i do not like their movies. So yeah. I'm not a fan of her working with her husband. I just don't think they're just not in my opinion. They're just not really good movies. What were the other films they did together. I think another one netflix. One that i saw recently. You're catching me off guard about movies that i don't like to begin with so let me have a look. You can do that me. I'll find out what your thoughts are. Though what would you think about well. I'll get into a little bit. Here's here's the thing. This big event happens and people that are sociopaths.
What the immune response to the coronavirus says about the prospects for a vaccine
"With a number vaccine candidates against the corona virus sharing promising results in clinical trials and a growing number of studies elving into our mean response to infection. The spotlight has turned once again. On the body's defense mechanisms. I think two questions that really relate to the ability of the vaccine to protect us and our ability to fight off a second infection and so that is the quality of the immune response and the duration of the immune response this week. I'm joined by professor. Eleanor riley from the university of edinburgh to dove into these questions and more. I'm nichole davis. Welcome to science. Weekly ellena you came onto the podcast in july and talk to us about immunity and covid nineteen specifically the relationship between antibodies and immunity. So let's start with a recap on the major players in the immune system that are of interest when it comes to an immune response and potentially immunity so antibodies are protein molecules that are produced by immune cells kobe cells and these cells live in our spleen and narrow and they secrete antibodies off. They've been exposed to a foreign organism such as virus. There are two types of cells that produce. Antibodies on short-lived cells that produce. Antibodies for a few weeks national to the first line response and then some of those cells transition into lonely cells that goto a bone marrow and can produce antibodies for months years. Possibly even to case and then on top of antibodies. have that can kill virus. Infected host cells t cells the two types of t cells one of which we think of such of the conductor of the orchestra of the immune system and these kotei health cells and they very much help the b. cells to make antibodies produce. Growth factors may direct the direction in which the be cells developed and they will still give them signals to turn into cells and then there are the cdte cells and they actively kill virus infected cells and then Antibodies can also bind to these specific cells and help them to kill cells so they recognize little bits of virus on the infected cell bind to the infected so and kill it and then there are cells which are less specific cells that we call macrophages are neutral fills and they just recognized that. Something's not quite right with the cell. They don't necessarily recognize the infected with the virus and they kill it actually or bits of the immune system work together a little bit like you need a whole orchestra to make a good tune when you need all of these cells working together to make a good news arms. And i know you said in july that at that point it was too early to tell how quickly people were losing their antibodies. And we've got to remember here that it's a relatively new virus. What's the latest research saying that seems to have been some movement on that now. What we're seeing is if you all the data together. There's an early peek in the antibodies wants. Lots and lots of antibodies are produced to mop up all virus. That's in your body and then as that virus goes away the antibodies start to decline a little bit. Because you don't need them any antibodies anymore and they settle into a of steady class. O of antibody production. And that's very typical. This kind of two phase response the only peak lots of antibodies followed by sort of standing level of antibodies. That nick for a long time. That's very typical of an antibody response and it sort of relates to the short lived long lived cells. You have lots of short-lived cells making lots of antibody that off and then the long lived cells who that fewer in numba keep on producing. Antibodies for much longer so yes. Let's talk about these long-lived b. cells in the no said the t. cells. What is research telling us about what happens to them and how. How long do they hang around for. So we don't have much data on those are actually quite difficult to look at in humans. They tend to live in the bone marrow for example not very accessible and so we tend to rely on mathematical modeling of the change in the dynamics of the antibody concentration to predict what's going to happen even though we haven't actually been able to see it because it hasn't gone on long enough so the moment the infants is that we have suggests that things are probably okay these cells behaving as we expect them to the was one pay published early on suggesting may be a little bit of a fault with the production of these long midsouth. But i'm not sure that that's been replicated in other studies. I think i saw a preprinted study. That hasn't been peer reviewed yet. Which jested that these visas and t so's lost for at least six months is that. What are the problems here in terms of measuring this so we only have six months data at the moment and the virus really hasn't been around that long so what we can say the moment. Is that the cells assisting for as long as we are able to measure them at the moment obviously in six months or another twelve months time. We'll be able to go back to those people and say have they still got those cells. Yes or no. But in the meantime just looking at the change in the dynamics of the response and mapping it onto what we know the other viruses. My prediction is that these that there will be some long lift immunity to this virus. He said there might be some long term protection. How long term are we talking here. I mean i've seen a lot of people saying well current viruses such as that of course common code some codes of course by coronavirus is of course the protection only lasts for say a year or so. Do we think that our protection against the corona virus that causes covid nineteen mike baxter timeframe or or could it be longer. I think it's very difficult to say at the moment. Say all of the data. We have suggests that these antibody responses are going to be at least as long lived as response of corona viruses. And possibly i might think even probably going to last longer your immune response tends to be proportional to the level of threat that you face so the common cold corona viruses really only colonize our upper respiratory tract so on nose throat and so the virus doesn't go very deep into apology and we make rather grief that effective noon response nose and throat that controls it this coq nineteen causing virus goes much deeper into our bodies it goes down into our lungs into bronchial and therefore the immune response tends to be stronger and they struggle we call systemic immune responses do tend to last longer because they are recognizing that there is a more serious threat that has to be dealt with. Do we know if factors like ethnicity gender age factor in the scale of the immune response. She said stronger. Immune response to your first. Infection is is more likely to me. You have great protection against the second infection. Those factors correlated at all. There's very little day to so far on ethnic differences in the immune response the data. That's coming after the vaccine trials suggests that there aren't any major differences in at between ethnic groups in terms of whether the vaccine protects them will not but we haven't yet seen lab data on their antibody responses with at t cell responses. There is a lot of genetic variation in the immune response. People be aware that some people unfortunately have very severe genetically determined immunodeficiencies. That's just the tip of the iceberg of genetic variation in the immune response and some of those differences do have geographical and ethnic components to that certain genes that either make good or bad immune response on more common or less common in groups countries. But we don't yet know if any of that is going to influence really the totality of their immune responses. We just don't have any evidence much by age. It feels like ages is. It's very important given that the older you are the more risque from caveat nineteen so there are two components to that one is whether you are able to make an immune response again's a virus. You've never seen before and there is. I think really quite good evidence that you ability to make a completely new immune response does decline as you get older. The other component is that a lot of the disease we say in coke nineteen excessive inflammation. And there's also evidence that we get older with less good controlling inflammation so it's a little bit of a double whammy as we get older way are less able to make an immune response to a new virus such as the covid nineteen virus and if we then get the viral infection where less good at controlling the inflammation that it causes a so we know there are several different vaccines. Which looking very promising. You have the rene vaccines at you have vaccines which used a chimp. Virus to bring genetic material from the corona virus into cells. The question is is the immune response that generated the same as it would have been to a natural infection and do the t. cells and so on hang around in the same way. The vaccine is just a tiny component of viruses this spike protein which is on the surface of the virus and so if you vaccinated with spike protein. You make antibodies in tesol responses just to that protein. If you get the virus itself then you get many many more pro teams that you're exposed to a new may make antibodies to some of those. So you responded more limited but you might also say that your response is more focused because it's actually antibodies to spike coaching a really important for neutralizing the virus so the vaccine in juices a narrow immune response but one would hope it would also be focused on therefore stronger on the base the matter and would it be expected that this will provoke a stronger. Immune response natural infection. I've heard some people say that actually vaccine can producer a strong response it coun- if they initial infection is quite mild say with virus like sauce covy to which induces very mild infections in some people i would expect the vaccine to tobacco to jason mewes which is much stronger than you would get after nascent dramatic or mild infection. People get serious dose of coca to make a very strong immune response. And i doubt if the vaccine it doesn't need to be any strong national adopt if it is when it comes to and viruses the coups common code. It's been some concern that these viruses somehow elude the memory b cells. and so. that's why even though we have thousand cells to to the common cold viruses. We will often get reinfected with them. I wonder if they're those same concerns about the coronavirus behind covid nineteen so there is a little basic data. There's one paper that suggests that the sauce kofi to virus that causes covid nineteen disables particular pathway in the b. cell response leading to a poor long term memory response but these experiments done in the lab in a in a in a petrie dish. And i think it's too early to know if that's really what happens in humans so i think we do need to be a little bit cautious and we need to be aware that it might happen. Good news is that the proteins that are believed to cause that problem are not present in the vaccine so even if it's a problem in natural infection it shouldn't be a problem with a vaccine
"coun" Discussed on Adjust the Mic Podcast
"And were back and we're back. Hey listen it's cozy in here. The lights are down. Scott has a fireplace going. There's some butterfly. And i wanna i wanna ask you guys something. I'm kinda thrown this out there on you tomorrow thanksgiving I'm going to start with chris. Jer gimme about a minute man. What are you thankful for. you know. that's easy i'm I'm thankful that my sweet little stella is as happy as she is. she's she's had a rough the past couple of years with the divorce and all that and I'm just really thankful that. She still has that glow to her smile and she laughs when she laughs. She lasts from her. Her sole right lacey lasted comes from deep sure. And that's what. I'm really happy for you in. Obviously i'm happy about the career stone. Slow going really good but yeah just my little. Stella bella is doing so amazing and that's awesome girl to man. She's great she pleasure when she comes over man she's always has fun. Kid sweets really good thing. Scott scott give me a quick thirty minutes on what you're thankful not you bitch o- are you very very. Listen i'm gonna. I'm like okay. The kid the kid the kid the kid decatur out. I mean that's a given for me. I mean yeah that's out of everything that's negative going on covert wise. That's affected to work. And all these other stresses that's in our life there iraq right. Yeah the podcast. This podcast gonna rock. Yeah big time. I agree with that and i. You know what i'd like to circle back added to it because you know i've i've only been doing the pocket with you guys. For what about six months. Maybe maybe let up and coming over here at being able to do this with you guys. You know my friends my close friends. Cisse's have shitty fucking day but over here look at scott griping about the gear. I got some all you guys. Is you know this is great. I'm shares. it's the rockets. The one thing that's been consistent through all this coveted and everything that we fought through shutout every bit of fear scare and bullshit like this show could have stopped like multiple times through this process invading. But it just keeps going just keeps keeps happening in a very thankful for that charlie. Fair skin colleen fair skin foot calling. Are you thankful for shame. Shame now that song blows talk awful. Listen i'm honestly thankful for my husband because like with the three kids and how tough it's been with covert and everything we just keep plugging along man. And he is truly teammate. And a partner. I can have my crazy days. Where i'm just like mean to him for no reason or stop. There still seems to love me but like seriously at the end of the day. Like if i could do what we do by myself like. He's just. He's that person i can rely on. Coun- dependable reliable. It's something that. I don't wanna take for granted. So brent if you're listening why now you're listening thank you i love you and you guys too man. I started this podcast off at the beginning of the year right. That was like my. I like being on all the time. That was my first time. I took over the show right. Shot joe i miss you. I'm just getting do miss them. Shut up but anyways like it has been fun. It's it's brought a whole new like it gets me out of the house besides just to work and that's something. I don't wanna take granted either. Because otherwise i would literally just work and be at home and being this like funk but you guys helped me a sure is how great things are for real. Could be way worse. I got you guys. What about you charlie. Man you guys set it all pretty much. my kids. this year has been like kind of double tough for everything so The last half of this year man is been amazing Two thousand it really did a one eighty on me without expecting it my kids. My kids are amazing. my relationships with my friends and my family like i really put a lot into it. This podcast i love it. I have to drive here twice a week. And i love it. I look forward to a man and Yeah health my health all of our health. The health of my family friends. I'm just a everything you just. Everything's been good fed a lot of good things this year man. Yeah the negative charlie. And we've got some. I mean your health has been been a huge thing. Do yeah like a pretty awesome when you listen to the doctors after oh man surgery yeah my sort. My boss was a problem though. Everything went good. Maybe that was what i needed to get. Get fixed so yeah man. i'm happy. I'm really proud of you. Yeah like from when. I first saw you when you first started doing the podcast you've gone. You always have such good attitude man like i love it like. You're always like no drama. No drama and. I tried to like think about that when you say stuff like you know what charlie lives life. No drama man. He spent way too long old too old for that man and and you know what this year. I realized which i always had a problem. You got negative shit. Negative people in your life. Get rid of it man. We only got one. Run it this you know. Make the most of and you've really been an example for me too. Because i fall into the trap of negativity time and adding. It's god i need to be more like it's easy with social media and i get negative. It's worrying zayed. it's not real new cars too. I don't i don't think anybody here's negative. I think we just have normal everyday. Stressors some abnormal in you. Just gotta find somewhere to put. Scott gets anxious and let's things build up and build up in his head so doing negatively this year with everything going on me and i haven't had a real blow up at all. I can't wait to get one a year right at have like a day or two or it's like spark happen watches. Don't do it. we're having now. There was gone earlier this year. Though i thought that was last year shot. Joe i love you. That i was so pissed off. Charlie do you want to recap what happened for.
"coun" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"All done mcnabb use them talk joe by the way yellow enough you know if i drink nominee home alabama took off a bit. How chapman i pop shot. The puck shot become tape. John lynch jets on august. You know sold on your desk. People talk just visiting you know pretty normal the ones you go on no yup for a year because that do not know for another year body took topic. Finals took me took took off and not no jonathan watchdog out john fox by chinese data job roles into iran. This week off are taught yucca wrestling with we going straight to your excited. Y'all come on gurman komo told the judge put who don't slough must be feeling much every gun johnson got off. I'm gonna to who who who goes by again this clark. John hart do not see wonder if i got scuffle. Ally used a bodice. Dj gout coun- tests. They kept no could.
"coun" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"We would actually recommend that you build a fire on on a surface instead of just on the ground if he could. That again with just keep that. The fire you have from from burning down into the ground and doing exactly what you're saying is, well, it could start and Kinda smolder and go along So it's really Trying. To be responsible with the fires that you that you have understanding the current situation the weather each town has a coun- forest fire warden who is really involved and knows really situation in near towns is definitely a resource that people can reach out to for further understanding and guidance on you know when they should have should not be burning. Is it the? Is it the rule that you should not start a fire A campfire in Vermont without contacting the local fire warden. On. Some the the the statues are kind of clear that if you're open burning meaning, you know lighting a fire. On it, it's on your property. You don't need a permit in for Campfire, but if it's not on your property probably be lighting campfires without contacting the fire warden. Okay then. I have not done this in a while I remember being on a when I was working for the Associated Press actually being on. Overnight. stake-out kind of a situation on a story, a campfire what I did. Did contact the local, the local fire warden who? Said Yeah. Go ahead. Yes. Make sure you put it out when you're done and and it all worked out. Fine but it Was the. The only time I remember building fire other than you know, say you know in a In a grill in a state park or something or at home so that's that's Anyway and You mentioned people carelessly disposing of cigarettes. Is there. Any kind of fine for that or anything or what's the what? What is the situation there? I..
"coun" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Thank you for holding. Welcome to bobby like his car. Can they how you doing? I am doing great this morning. How you sir fantastic appreciate your call. Well, what's on your mind? Well. I I just goes. On. Old I was thinking I'm what you've influenced my life through all of your experience and I know it's done for the other people who are listening. Now we've learned good products good methods. Advice I and I. And I appreciate you. I thank you appreciate your. Coun- worsen and then I sold our team. We we all really that kind of makes our day Stan because. The Edna, you know I just was so concerned for that lady because she's going to get in way over her head and then, and then what will happen is We'll get off this. Wall will happen. You know inevitably is that she takes her car into a shop she ends up you know with a twenty thousand dollar bill and our next door neighbors have boy they really ripped you off. and. It wouldn't be the shoplift fault. So it's not a question of the shop ripping her off. It's a question of her engine replacement is going to cost a ton of money because s specialized automobile. So anyway, I was really concerned still am. I want her to go some due diligence this week and then call me back shocking help her what she should do is sell the car, give it away and go buy a new car but anyway what's on your mind? Well. You know that I bought this. Also see x five it's just sixteen. In anticipate for fuel mileage can towing capacity. Okay. It's a marvelous car it. I anticipated back them five years ago and we're going to see five dollars, gallon gasoline Europe, and that I needed to pay attention to fuel mileage I had no idea. That we were going to have the breakthroughs that we have here in fracking and that kind of stuff you're listening to a supplier. Bright. What? All fuel mileage when I talk to my car off, I've got it setup so it will tell me. About what leverage fuel mileage was I got all my last trip. Got It. and. It's given me some wonderful numbers. But I saw how does it figure that out is it is it Doing the same thing that it does on the instantaneous by alleged? Yes. Yes.
Don't Let The Crisis Mask Your Real Issues
"Of what you think about the various actions taken by governments around the world in relation to this Kobe nineteen crisis, the economic impact is undeniable. Business closures, border closures. There are GONNA be businesses that will simply not survive this current crisis. That's undeniable. I can just see now that in another six months, three months, twelve months businesses are going to be saying it was because Covid I was okay until Cova was hanging in there until cove it. And to be clear what you tell people externally, I'm not so worried about but but I think it's important if you're one of the people running those businesses right now it's important that you don't kid yourself that you you were okay until Covid, it's important that you can yourself that you didn't have any other issues because there's a lot of businesses out there that are struggling and were struggling before coded before the current. Border closures before the various business restrictions and again what you tell people externally I don't think that's as important. But what you tell yourself, what you actually understanding except yourself I think is important because otherwise if you had issues pre-coded and you come out of this thing saying, well, you know I did a great job but it was covered then when you go onto your next venture when you go onto your next thing. You're going to have many of those same problems unless you are at least honest with yourself, and again, it's being honest with yourself. Nobody else needs to know it's just you. But don't let the current crisis and don't let the impact of his coun- Crisis Mosque from you the realities of what was working and what wasn't working in your business. Just the
"coun" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Back to Jackie, presser who has been working with the mob but also informed to the FBI. The an article came out in Cleveland Plains drifter saying that Jackie was an informer and they printed on the front page and Mace Rochman Calls Up Tony. Salerno was saying you know we need to get this. We need to get this taken care of it's GonNa you know this you know they didn't know and inject press it. Oh, this is bs so Gets Salerno calling up his attorney and Same Time Donald. Trump's attorney Roy Cohn. Who Roy Coun- reached out to people he knew in Cleveland. and. The paper printed a retraction and an apology. This is the mob reach out to a Cleveland newspaper, Tony Salerno Mail, the copy of the retraction and the apology to I up in Chicago because he knew that Chicago didn't like him. So this is another. Tony slain are reaching out a lot of people's able Tony. Slur. When the boss but what Tony Slain I was was he maintain those relationships so it wasn't like he was a nobody he had relationships with people all over the country that. They didn't have. So he wasn't important figure whatever you WANNA say about him. He was a necessary member of the genovise family and he. Whether. He was the one point the fingers he was still the guy who was doing the majority of the work. So let me see if I got this right the I've never heard this story before the the the main newspaper in Cleveland the plains drifter. GETS information that. Jackie? PRESSER IS A. Top echelon informant for the FBI and they print story about it. And we talked about that earlier how that was coming out because he had this case in and they tried to charge these F. B. is it's with it, and so they ended up saying, okay, dude you know he was trying to drag them into it and I don't think they really ended. They were just maybe asleep at the switch, but there were making any money off of it, and so they threw him the wolves basically and and probably slipped the information to the newspaper. And then. Wrong with desert really want this information now for him to then figure out trying to figure out how to get this fix is he's is damaging his relationship with. He reaches out to Tony Salerno and Cleveland. Always had these closer connections with a New York that's ago he reaches out to Tony Salerno who would then Uses his lawyer Roy Cohen Trump's lawyer. Of all people. Exactly he knows somebody somehow he can pull a string at the Cleveland newspaper to get a retraction brandon and then they can use that to send it. To say look you know he's not really a snitch that's crazy I mean that's way to our way Dominican. That's and that's in the eighties. That's the mob in the. Late seventies, early eighties that's just insane under their peak now now, fat Tony Learn Hill end up slowly but surely grind old and decaying and and going into senility in the Penitentiary Down Springfield with my friends Steve, say John used to sit with him and some other guys a lot. So I asked him by said, well, you know what the talk is it he didn't really talk. Hardly anything..
"coun" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer
"There's things called inverse emotions, or they're. They're a little different with the water phases not make when I say Phase I, mean the. The bulk of the system right so you can invert that system, so the bulk is an oily material, and then the waters dispersed throughout it sure these types of systems are another way you can. Take an order of oily material and get it into a solution so that you can easily added. To the water that you're going to spray. And why are we favour water? Because it's cheap, right? It's like the cheapest solvent. It's the most abundant. Your plans needed anyway, so you might as well use that, so these systems are made We still use things called surfactants surfactants as a fancy word for the stuff that gets. Mixed with water right there, surface active compounds so. the simplest ones are obviously soaks. People will interchange those two words allot. Soap tends to be actually talking about Baddie acid so if you take. Vegetable oil rendered. Be Fad something like that. Throw air the pasta. And say read parks at I didn't want to. Me All worked up there. Yeah, No but then if you add some caustic to that, my sodium hydroxide are tasked by dockside potash. Right something was. Really High. THC thrilled goes together. You mix them a little bit of heat and the the fat which is a triglycerides, so means three. Units of fatty acid on a glacier monocled molecule separate right, and then you get glycerin and you get these. Metal Salts, because it's the. It's called the up occasion is. Fat Right. They make factory listening upon affiliation. Your silt maker Joe's talking about. You you make those. Guys they're good, they disperse. Disperse. Dirt things like that. That's why people have been cleaning with them forever. You can go from there. That's to now. There's more fancy versions where people have. Added chains of Policy Glycol which is. Not explained Alan, but you. You could add change the end of it and make these things become more and more water soluble, and then you have different cleaning, performance or this most vacation process where you're taking oils and dispersing them, and somewhat stabilizing them in lauder may checks. If we. Want to step back a second so. You've got. Growers are concerned with. What is thing do or is this chemical? Do Right? What does this formulation? Do I need to spray for? downy mildew. Yes, and it's a systemic. In our growers know what that means right. So this active compound. Gets into the plant. And works from the inside out. But. You've the only way to get into the plant from the outside. So? You've got a lot of things going on here. Right? So you've got the act of. That's in there. That's actually does the work right that's. Fighting off the whatever's. You've got. Like you said some of these compounds. Just to stabilize the stuff because that active may not like to mix with water. or May Not Be Stable at CER- outside of certain Ph ranges and then when you mix it with your high Ph well-water boom. You have a crash, so you've got stabilisers in there, and then you've got to have some kind of chemicals sometimes. In the formulation already to help the stuff, get into the plant. Maybe, not. Maybe that's something that you add you called a surfactant changes, the surface active property, so it could make it stick or can make sheets instead of beat up. You also have other compounds. We call them achievements. surfactant is imagine that you add extra into the tank to change the performance of that overall spray so like. You could add one. That's penetrate. That helps to drive that or maybe dissolve the the Cuticle, a little bit on the waxy leaf to drive the stuff in there, so and then you got to. You got to think about. Shelf life of the stuff. When you're making right, so you've got to figure out. Okay. Yeah, I can get all this goop to mix together in a jug, and when you dump it in your sprayer, it disperses, or maybe it doesn't right. We had that new, so it's like when you're dumping a tank. You WanNa. Make sure that a proof it blooms as we call her of just sort of billows out and easily mixes synagogue glove, and as such in the bottom of the tank, and that's why you often see. Things into put especially in a Coun-. They'll do granules right so granules is. They'll take this powder magazine. Doing a powder Santa, Satchel or something that dissolves. What can happen as they can. When the water hits it, it actually comes up and makes a ball and when you make that ball. You have to physically break it up with either shaking or running. It's palm or doing something else to break it up. Yeah, that's real good for your palm to justify them. Which is why you add these or other systems to help? Disperse that so it can adequately dissolve into the system or You disperse into a fine enough. Powder within the system that you could actually spray it like it small enough to go through the system and and get out. So it might actually end up staying a powder. Yeah like suspended kind of in liquid doesn't like dissolve. Beyond, literally it could be like a particle floating around in there, right? Yeah, so there are certain types that are I mean there are not as common, but they that can be done that way and you mentioned penetrates I mean that's a huge issue with especially with this systemic issue on looking at. said the waxy. System on the cuticle. Times those type systems. You need to have something that's oily enough that it wants to get into the wax. It's often it and if you really WANNA drive penetration deeper, you actually need something that. Has. been called polarity right so. Sick of polarity as a little bit of a charge to it, so it's not just. All about charge. Let me tell you we talk about. Can I in exchange capacity all the time? Even big nose I, do I do? So you need a little bit of charge, but if you have too much, charge won't get past that waxy layer, but if you have you don't have any. CHARGE, once it gets into the fluid on the inside of the plant. Can't resolve. It can't pull a deeper. Oh okay right so like. So you're inside the plant you you need to trance, translocate or to move around once you get inside the plant. Yeah, that that solution is mostly water, so if you're all oil and you drive your way in there. It's Dixon the You never get in, so you read something just a little charge to it, so it's. Just A. Pinch Nita blast.
"coun" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"That would be a weird day. I'll tell you right now. Day Now I I've been tempted to make a suggestion like you know. If we get involved with some sort of school, appearance or something like that. Maybe suggest being allowed to do that, but I've never really brought it up to my command staff because I. I think they're already think I'm weird enough. I really don't think that probably be a good thing to suggest. The, look at the look on my captains face. When she first saw me, she didn't know that. My wife and I and family that we do this costuming stuff and We were out at a public event, and we were meeting with a group of people who you'll do the 'cause plane, and so we were all in costume for the event, and she shows up with her friends, and they they sit up like literally three feet from where we're sitting, and I looked at my wife and I went well. This is about to get interesting. She goes. Let's. Captain. And so like I might as well get this over with. I walk over. She's got her back to me and says hey. COUN- and she turns around and and I I know she knows voice. I've worked alongside her at some point, you know. She started off as my sergeant when I got hired nineteen years ago. And I saw I know she knows my voice, and she turns around, and the look on her face was hysterical. She looks at me and goes. Who are you calling? The she wishes like what on earth and then she realized what we were doing. And she saw the kids, and she saw my wife, and it was like okay. Now I get it and she's still. She was even bragging about it to our chief. One time I guess, but it was just a statistical look on her face Oh yeah, my command. Staff already thinks I'm crazy enough. If I tried to do that on the job. I think that would be my last day on the. We were we were? Kind of kidding around about all this, but the sad truth is everything we've just discussed. At some point, some church has tried to incorporate that into their youth ministry. Yeah. And and and what you were telling about the comic book. Store reminds me of some things that we've heard about over the years that youth ministries have done trying to draw children in to get them hooked on coming to church. Yeah, it's. It's pretty sad state of affairs when it's one thing to have a hobby, it's one thing to enjoy movies and comic books and science, fiction, or fantasy or whatever. But two years that is the hook to bring people in. We have the most powerful thing in the world, which is the word of God. In all the universe we have the word of God written down for us. What? What a? What a Sham! What a shame that! We think that we need to address it up. Entertain it It's it's. Not is one of the worst ideas we've ever come up with, but the thing is is worn out of I. Think this idea that the Gospel in the word of God simply aren't enough. That the fact that that so many churches have been..
"coun" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken
"Argument you can say. On, a fact that America was not the founding. Fathers Thomas Jefferson your A. Ben Franklin all these Coun- over frankly was per se, but defy George. Washington Thomas Jefferson. These cats semi-finals these guys. These guys were slave owners. They slaves themselves? When they built America where they started the thought of the Constitution, the Star spangled banner. All none of this stuff had us in mind. We worked thought of. We were thought of what what was it a? How much ace ace of a man made man? Yeah, you know that's what we were. We were Quick considered second class citizen. We wouldn't even consider citizens. We were slaves. They did not care for us. You You cannot say that lithium ion say. That's not a fact. It is not a fat America was built in the idea of black and white equal. It was white America. And it is what it is. Make some money. And it is what it is. That's the thing and that's the thing to. It happened it happened. As Americans, say this. We condone it condemn. It were sorry that we didn't in this. This is what we're GONNA. Show you. How sorry that we are! Give back what we took from you. Hey you go. Back what they stole. Give us back what you stole. You Talk. Would you took dragging nineteen twenty one to talk black, wall, street topics are thriving town. They Burton Shit for no reason just because they wanted to. And they WANNA see a thriving black town. They took from him. And I can go back to the store can remember the Jiminez City, but he said look if I can get poor whites to take care in a row up. In oppress people color that I really got. It could even goes higher than that. You. Know saying you got poor. Whites to that are built to take to be the main ones that you look at it in terms of the racism. That's why you see what you know. There's a lot of people if from all kinds of walks in you see all those What's Happening Jersey man? They were I. Don't know if you saw they. We send you know saying f. you and it's crazy. They'd be having a confederate flag in trump's supporters, and they were putting a knee on the neck, one guy and they will end. They were walking through the news. Was a driver down. was something else I know exactly what crazy right? And it's like Edo at the day. Those were back in the days. You're sitter. The poor whites you saying that held us down because you look at them. They ain't got nothing Dan got nothing going on most of the. They were will be in modern day would say why try exactly you know saying in modern day runner day. They were the white trash. That's what they were saying. They were to pull white and even been. Programmed to hate us to keep us abreast while they sit on top of the whole damn thing, and they and they impressing hill. You don't either. No doubt as well by keeping us. They give they give it again. Somebody else doing your work in your profiting off of it, they could give a damn about the four white as worldwide so the ones that are on the front. For? US. In his hope, top about NASCAR abandoned federal flagging. You know bubba wild. All talking to you know because of man. They don't give a damn where bubble Wallace said he demanded, and they did it the next day now going public sentiment public September right now, everybody's against it and they. Train. I was going to ask you. What how what are Tom was because I wanted to ask you. A question in regards to that. Because some some of the whole situation where. Companies are now celebrating June. All of a sudden woo. Wow, really just now. She's Ain't been going on for years. And now you celebrate so my thing. I'm like the crazy shit is. I I appreciate everything they're doing. But. I mean to look you. Are you generally don't genuinely doing this or you doing this just because it was going on? 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Protesters March in Downtown Los Angeles
"Cameras out front in Los Angeles where a large group has gathered coun-. What are you seeing? The reason why I'm standing here, Erin and the crowd is back. There is because our live you the the technology we use to get live. Fails because there are so people in this crowd, you can really see it from the affiliate. Pictures. This is a massive crowd that has descended on downtown Los Angeles there are you know you can see for yourselves to try to guess how many people are down here and it? They were down a block or so away from us, and they have continued to fill up the streets here in Los. Angeles block by block, and if you can take a look over to your left to give you a sense of why they are here, this is the hall. Hall of Justice. This is where the you see the sheriff's department. This is where you see the district attorney check in for the day court system, and they are all these protesters ringing the hall of Justice here in Los, Angeles, and if when you talk to the people who are here, you know you mentioned all four of the Minneapolis police officers have indeed been charged. They say it doesn't make a difference that they are here not to protest but to. To be part of a movement, and that's really what I've noticed in the last couple of days that there is there bigger crowds. There is a change in sentiment and a determination that more and more of them want to come out and one other protester said that what she feels here is. She feels a sense of hope that there is that the tide is turned the last couple of days, and that the charges in Minneapolis make them feel that they may. May Be taking a step forward. Others in the crowd say that what they are also learning is that there are so many names when you hear them. Chant say her name or saying his name. There are so many names to choose from, and so that's why they are all out here and so this is really an extraordinary scene. I have not seen this number of people coming out peacefully filling downtown Los Angeles since the women's March since the women's March. When Donald Trump was inaugurated. That's the last time I saw a crowd of this size of this sentiment. Start to gather in Los Angeles so I. Think what we're looking at here is something that's changed in the last week, or so in the last days or so and what? We're also seeing from from the police here in the sheriff's Department here. In Los Angeles is, we're sensing that they're taking a setback. The curfew here has been pushed back to nine PM. Pacific Time. That's midnight eastern time. We're not seeing the police or the sheriff's department immediately moving in or using the tactics that we saw over the weekend so quickly that they're giving them A. A bit more space and in West Hollywood where it was just a short time ago, Erin what the protesters were doing is they were asking to push beyond the police line and the sheriff's department and the police were allowing them to do so, and if you think that this is, this is ending at all I want Jordan. If you take a look around. There are more people coming, so if you think that this crowd is going down at anytime soon Aaron. That is not the case by all everything that I'm saying. It looks like this crowd is just going to continue to grow
"coun" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ
"One drunkards. You know but you don't have the right to do that in church and I've seen people in George Working Judge Smell. You can smell the alcohol in them. Smell it so they'd be drunk recently the you know. There are loads of problems going on George's everywhere but I found that Georgia's are The run by by seniors they overrun by feminists. And they. Yeah it's your theme faster on some. You know not just a pastors. Fema says well and they just sinners they deep sooners either. Even shows up everywhere. Even if there's some media article about them even there you know it shows up that they're sinners and they run the place and Just it is you know. They're little seniors and he's everyone the perfect down or whatever So the whole deal. You know that That but the what I found is that it does not work in the churches and even worse with the. I think they paid pastor situation. Now I've been around with. Both a made made pastors female pastors an icon. Say that made pastors works. Either you know because you would say because it's a female pastor. That doesn't work while I'm being around with make pastors and it didn't work there either so The seems to be something wrong with with the busy is the short starter to some degree. I think it is the pay. Pastors is real. The Bible warns against the paid pastor. You know goes to. He's a highly Bipolar when the WOLFGRAMM see he's Iran's he's not the Rio Shepherd but he wants to be respected. Ah SHEPHERD HE WANTS TO BE Christ that lives license that he wants to get starts to destroy. You are at the end you know. Because he's just a cruel man. Don't trust the highly Winning all the time being in this joblessness shorts wants to where there was no hiring and I will say was better without the hardening even though The one of the understand why he was not anti Christ. You know but it's still better when there's no hiding because the combination mumble and someone working someone who you know it becomes very nasty when you add this highly to it or doing almost charges when you invited into the fellowship in jerk. There's a highly there you know that highly. You know you don't want to talk to them. You don't want to be personal with these people because they're not you know you shouldn't be personal with them. People they they have a kind of love attitudes love. But it's not love based on that is rooted in Truce. So basically what? I've found judges that LOB is more important than truth in the church so there are white lies and there are all kinds of lies that are made with loving way. And if you look at the Bible he Lies to you. Hate is a motive. He hates you lies too. So that's okay seems to lie in judges but it's not okay to to hate in Georgia. But they do it when they don't love you see so it's just a messed up. You know so they decided I think Georgia's just different. The different Georgia say Iraq your think whether it's just some mile some leader who wants to be a third -Tarian North Korean leaders of the Coun- China President or prime prime minister wants to be a king. You know the Syrian key or something and judges They have a limit. I think strategy old. That should be nice to each other. It's all about niceness about nice skin see nice but if you know it's a trust owned recommend that you trust them going to get some coffee off.
Melissa RoyDreams From Her Father
"Hey now I am bureau host ric and this episode with guest. Melissa Roy was recorded back in late February while there was ample concerned in regard to cove it at that time especially in a place like China in much of the world. Business went about as normal in fact. I left Bangkok on March. Second to start an eight week trip. That would take the Berlin for two conferences West Africa for a month and then a couple of weeks in Yerevan for my annual visit. All these plans were made in vain. My to conferences and Berlin were cancelled including travel massive form. As I was on my flight after Bruin then went and met my friends. Indycar for the start of our road trip on March fifteenth on her first day Gambia. We had a team dinner where we decided to cancel the trip into leave. Banjul the following day. While I was really disappointed in just several more days this look like in the stupid decision borders inflates began to close and cancel like dominoes. I'm now in Bangkok self quarantining. And of course social distancing prior to the STREP trip I recorded and finished episodes April May and June but made sense to re record this opening introduction to be more attuned to current situations. So I'm wishing everyone safe health. I encourage you to listen to fact Bay signed and I hope for a quick end to this virus which threatens many as well as the global economy speaking to like minded people like you. This is an odd time for many of us so often we're on a trip and if not planning for the next one this passion for expiration is part of our DNA and many for many of us. It's a tremendous personal frustration to be walked at home or even stranded in a foreign will cow. Whatever you can do try and make this time fruitful and productive in reach out to your loved ones friends and even strangers to lend a hand and now back to our regularly scheduled interview. I reached out to Melissa. Shortly after she announced her complement of traveling every country in the world social media traditional media began reporting that she was the first woman of South Asian heritage to complete this quest on cannon countries. I'm always looking for diverse voices whether that's nationality ethnicity religion or any other differentiator and it's great to get other perspectives. A reminder my monthly reminder coun- countries is part of Petri on you can be a great supporter like Steph road. Ted mims be some miles Ryan dashed or Stephen Rothwell and Adam Hickman. They get to listen to extra content like the extra interview. I did with Melissa only for them. Untamed borders is the sponsor of counting countries focuses on challenging locations for those chasing one ninety three James and I decided to replace the interview. We had previously recorded in regard to my visit to Afghanistan within updated interview on the current situation. Please listen then to James Wilcox founder of untamed borders James. Welcome back to counting countries This time we are having you back to give us an update and more challenging in dire times with Cova. Nineteen in your intro goal. Part of the travel community stream travel community. You're taking us to places which are really challenging locations so first of all I want to check in with you and see you're doing and how things are in the UK May personally I'm fine. actually been Last week so who knows what that actually What that actually is but as far as Healthwise the team The guy on the stuff that we use the countries who many people may have met whilst in in other circumstances of fine and obviously the you know the reality of the world has changed kind of shown travel leisure To be as important as it radiates in the in the grand scheme of life which is which is not that important but generally weight. Well I hope you'll your cash flow vic. Thanks James Yep am self quarantining and social distancing as we speak so this covert thing just seemed to really accelerate very quickly When things really started hitting the fan were any of your trips In action at that point. Did you have to close trips out early? Evacuate People What was the situation? Yeah exactly what I think. The the weekend of I think it was the fourteenth fifteenth of March around that weekend Things inching to accelerate very quickly. We had a good trip to Syria Which was due to start on that weekend and we we with. I think about thirty six hours before it started really had a couple of guests had arrived in Lebanon on that trip. We had a good trip to south. Sudan was finishing event that we can. We had one guest Continuing onto a national park in the far south of South Sudan and we had to call him back early to make sure he could leave Juba Juba F. O. Had a tip from someone from the UN that the EPA was going to close on Monday night so we had to get that person out at one of our team who was on that trip Is is accusing self contained in South Africa at the moment So yet that we can things did seem to. Things did accelerate Very quickly and as soon as we sold that we we did anticipate that travel was going to be restricted due to coke in nineteen With with total guests trips coming up at the we had concerned we wanted to in this situation but that we candidate accelerate very fast. As I'm sure you will what How was it with you around that time it? Yeah somewhat of a similar circumstance timeline wise. I was in Senegal Gambia. Over March fifteenth or so Sunday In after we crossed into Gambia on the evening of the fifteenth Me In the fellow. Travelers IS WITH. We kind of had a team dinner and we cancelled we build on our month trip to. West Africa and flew home on the sixteenth Monday and got a directly direct flight OUTTA Gambia to to Turkey and onwards to Bangkok James so just give us kind of a brief update of the trips that were already in place so to speak but How's this affecting untamed borders right now. What's what's this mean to the business. I mean the May decide Travel any description in the show. Possibly to medium-term is just not going to happen and when travel begins it will be you know. People start traveling again Who knows when that will start at who knows when that will stop being to some of the areas that we We guided so for the moment We people with upcoming trips. Having given the option to to cancel to move their trips to late nights. We've got people who've moved onto trips towards the end of twenty twenty meeting trips into twenty twenty one so we're planning We're hoping that we will be able to resume in the in the medium term but we Planning the tangle this will be solid enough and resilience enough to take a long pause out and ready to go it again. Um whenever trouble begins as you know. I've got extremism connection especially with Afghanistan Pakistan and when travel begins again will be will be guiding again It might mean that. Have to do some other. Bits and bobs and make ends meet and things like that in the meantime But we back. We will be guiding assumes. We're able to
Supreme Glamour, an Interview with Mary Wilson
"I'm curious. What inspired you to write this wonderful book. Wow well it was fairly easy because I had already written books about the Supreme Court so therefore you know it was one of the things. My research was not is. It didn't take as long because I have so much research from the other books. And you know writing about the supremes are by argosy and and talking about how much we had accomplished and our career. It was a pleasure to actually sit down and do something not just write about the book but to show pictures and and and the looks and what was behind the singing which was more fashion so it was really a lot of fun sort of demonstrating what we did in not just from recording and the music but how we looked at how we felt when we wore certain gown and all about the gals the gals onto another. Just like we were on to all those years and many of them are in your personal collection cracked. You have I think in the book. There's over twenty four sets of matching onstage ensembles so not just one of the dresses but all three of the dresses. And how did you go about comprising this collection? Well first of all we the Supreme Florence Ballard Donald Ross and I would always travel and when we came home from the road. We'd have to store the gallons and then of course by gowns or designers bring those new county and some of the older gallons that we make perhaps worn on television We would just store them. And they accumulated through throughout all the years right And AS Roma's is no longer in the groove Diane was no longer in the group. And then we had the seventies supremes And I became sort of like the keeper of of everything and the manager of the supremes and all those different things So I yeah. I accumulated the gowns. Because of that and whenever anyone would leave As you know a couple of them did I would end up with all these coun- because no one could take the guy no one can take the gals within the frame as a group Pays for them. And that's how I ended up with the majority of the GALS. Now all of the gals should be in my possession but The reason that I can't tell you how many I have is so many have been not just lost and I won't say stolen. You know things have just disappeared. And then some of the places we had them stored you know. I don't I couldn't figure out where everything was stored inside all these years after the supremes. I have just been trying to recover those downs. That are you know not in my collection but it really is my collection as I said when Florence Diane left everything was left to me. Also just say that even though they were left to me and I had there instead of three sometimes I ended up with just one but all three gallons were upset. Were supposedly with me. And you're still like you said you're actively tracking are able to track some of these pieces down I saw A. I'm not sure what the name of the TV show is. But it was on BBC where this woman found one of your costumes in a garage sale or something of that Lake in London. Well being about it is we've bogged down that Some of the fans have called emailed me. Mira guess what we have we we think a couple of you guys on on Ebay and really so we were trying to get together and email each other and I look at that so a couple of fans actually bought off Ebay and got them for me The ones that you're speaking of in London. The young lady was traveling in I think it was France. And she sold this Sale like a garage. We call them garage sale here there. I think the boot sales or something like that. And so she saw this beautiful gown and She went and she bought it. She didn't realize it was a supreme count so after she bought and she saw the label. It had my name on it. That's when she realized. Wow you know this is. This is This is kind of fantastic and somehow another BBC or someone got in touch with me and told me about the story so we we established my coming over to when I was coming over to England to actually The book was coming out at the time we set up a meeting and we I met her. She came to the state we spoke and she gave me the Gallon Bat. That was really. It was wonderful and it was one of our gals that we were on the Tennessee Williams special However with the stage part about that is that it was only half of the cow because the Gal was a two piece count and had a leotard like a like a bathing suit type top and then it had a skirt that came off and then was a hat to it as well so I don't know where the skirt and the hat is looking for that. Maybe that's surely will show up in the future right and you know there's another set that Really badly outfitting up in the book. I'm not sure what pages on here is a A picture of the pants that when it was food that had a coat a jacket and the pants and it was completely beaded in bugle. Beads and there were three different colors one color with gold. I think Diane's with gold and Cindy in mind were orange and it was all beaded well. The jacket disappeared and disappeared from the designer hacking panels studio so I that that when this and that so I have the pants that but I don't have a jacket so jack ass floating around someplace and it's amazing a lot of times. They ended up being in a exhibit. And so we you know. We know where certain things are. We can't find out who gave them. Yeah so but but the orange jackets have never shown up lose. Maybe someone listening tell you that was not being. I know it was in San Francisco that they
"coun" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!
"Rate but apart from the name price. There's not any specific product details. So what could this be a to Pakistan the price review to Voyager? Sounds pretty likely to be to voyagers. So we'll go with that then. There're down quite a bit but it still doesn't quite get us to a clear answer. We can pretty much rule out. The use of siege molds even with retooling. There's only a couple of molds that could reasonably path with label of earth mode and one of them is already being released as a regular retail product earth rise. That leaves us with earthrights molds now I could Belabor the point for awhile and construct exactly how we get to the obvious conclusion being the obvious conclusion but I think we all have a pretty good idea at this point that it's going to be something to do with the seekers so let's just jump ahead to that. We have a small range of options within the seekers. Heading to point to this. Still we're getting COUN- has this year by all indications and it's unlikely that all three of them will go out in normal retail assortment and exclusive or shared exclusive releases likely for at least one of them but I don't think this now number count heads are officially solicited yet though we do have a listing for thrust known to exist at least within the toys R. US candidate system while it's not impossible. My experience tells me it's unlikely we would get dirge and Ramjet is some air of exclusive before the primary retail. Release thrust happens plus. There's another reason the probably rule out the cone heads. This product is called an earth mode to pack and that naming almost certainly carries intent behind it we didn't have cone had seekers and siege so distinguishing them with an earth mode. Designation is a little bit pointless what we did have was thunder cracker in Sky Warp. Two of them. Using the earthrights seeker body makes perfect sense to name this way. It's the thunder cracker and Sky Warp Earth mode to pack the Italian German Amazon Pages both listed released of joy. I for this set. That's the same date. Incidentally as the alternate universe optimus prime was listed with when it was discovered in one of the Air National Amazon Sites. A little while ago but also points to the use of a mold already have available right now while it has happened in the path that we got variant versions of brand new mold in a multi pack almost immediately after the normal retail release. That's far from typical scenario. Usually the retail release will always precede any kind of exclusive re-use not to mention. This whole earth bodes thing makes even less sense for snapdragon in the Quinta San. Let's say than it does for the cone heads even so a seekers to pack isn't the only possibility but it's the one that makes the most sense in the context of the precious little specific information. We have about this product and in any case. I'm confident enough that this is probably exactly what it is. But as the kids say in.
"coun" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"Just what you lost his body. Okay no facebook care and there is bill your chance. Perp Bill Clinton. If he's this long I can. Do you know that would be? Yeah especially this diameter that that would probably do fairly good He's got a big head. Yeah I can take definitely no problem there. Yeah Okay Okay Yeah. The whole selection of Toys R. US on Cam. Oh yes yeah okay. Well you know I did hear about your deep throat abilities. Yes that's correct and believe me I say on Coun- I can take that much down my throat. Guaranteed no trick photography and no gag reflex. Well okay let's see Well I guess we could see it. There is another there is another feature I have but I guess we should turn the facebook camera way or is it a take it. But there's another issue that I have to say when I say to the audience. Welcome to the show. I am your Nymph. Oh and I will be your host as long as you don't go and Yeah then there's another thing that I say to them and that is once I get started. I can't stop. I really am a NYMPHOMANIAC. And have you always been or is it just something become recent I would say that my nature was Nymph. Oh when I was young and developing grow and grow on using them route but yeah and so I call it happen plsy. Once that thing starts can't stop we're GONNA see. Did you try it on this? Where are you from Orange County? Orange County highly Republican service. We're very very co cleanliness. Conscious here. We're GONNA DR Susan Bloch. Show so so you can actually hear the microphones. So I'm always start. Got Along one here. It's Kinda skinny though does.
"coun" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast
"Deal with her gently caressing so so the so the consensus here is to what to really kind of watched the BC how they're accepting her. If if you decide you want to release her what do you do? Do you just punch a hole through the the candy or take out the cork installed the cage or do you rip off the screen and just dump her into the higher power. I'M UB keep I would err toward a little bit longer punching cages. You do that later. But don't do it first time out just steakho- and you mentioned I sti- Still Punch a hole through the candidate. We we have historically done that. Coun- help name. Just speeds up that release a little bit. Riders encourages the workers to both inside and out as mainland outside workers. That are eating through the candy. But you don't have to but if we're to that point we've decided releaser short of just pushing the candy blog out or releasing or directly Would take a frame. Nail are twig but a small holes. That candy plugged encourage them. Well the other thing that does is it it Sometimes I can't deploy will dry out and get hard and and you'll have visa won't be able to eat through that candy plug so so punching that whole in their gives vs on the outside a little better way to get through there and make sure that the plug is dried out in hard and they wouldn't may be able to get through there so but I wait. I always late two or three days before I punch that whole sure. Starting beekeeping is exciting but it can also be daunting so many choices to make. And you'll want only the best for your bees. You'll have fun researching and buying your equipment. So you need a source of trusted information and supplies readily available to you. Better be is your partner in better beekeeping whether you're experienced or just beginning that'd be everything you need including customized begin kids humble abodes wouldn't wear shariff be suits licensed stainless honey house equipment honey bottles containers and custom labels plus educational books posters. And more let better be help you select what you need through their helpful customer service and informative be supply catalog. You can trust better be because they are beekeepers serving beekeepers find them online at www dot. Better BE DOT com all right so we have the the queen installed we have the bees installed we've and so it's time to button up. We put the inner cover on top. And then you put the cover on top of the high venue SIP. Stand back and watch them get settled. That's really kind of the one of the most exciting times as a new beekeepers When you have that package installs you see him? Starting to fly as you said you see the the the bees that have decided that's going to be home. They're out front. They're they're fanning. They're letting everybody know that's their their colony. That's their hive. The bees are starting to settle in. And that's a really good time. They're looking for lunch. Yeah you gotta you gotTa get some feed into it now. What do you feed them but do do they need to feed him? Yeah the food that you're going to give them what they use to build the wax. Comb that they're going to live on so they've got to get going right away. It's going to take a couple three days for that. Queen to get release a couple three more before she begins laying and she's got to have some place to lay and to do that. They gotTA have food. So if you don't have another high that you can give them honey from more Something like that. You'RE GONNA have to give them some sugar water to give him started. How do you do that when if it's a beginner cat? They're using help me here. Jeff if go wrong but if a beginner kit it came with some kind of a feeder. So whatever he came with our users better feeders. If those failures that go on the front. There's better feeders than those but I don't want to suggest it right away. You gotta go by different equipment. You can if you've still got that emptied. Deep that referred to a bit ago. When I released my packages slowly. You can just take a common jar with a lid on it and punch a couple of very very small nail holes in it and prop that up be sure those holes were exposed to where the bees can get to it and they will find it. Now pull those snapple Out of there eagerly so either us what came with it or improvise simple feder. A chicken watering device can be used as a feeder. If you put it inside that empty high I was referring to a bit ago and then most beginner kids will have. They'll have their second deep of deep box available. So the have that you can put that around any feeder. You put on top. The the only thing I would I would caution against is if you make your own feeder or even do a store bought feeder lot of you. Turn them upside down. And it's depends on you or depends on a vacuum being formed to hold that Syrup in a sugar syrup inside and I've experienced where The vacuum didn't hold and I come back a week or the next day and I see sugar syrup running out the front of the high and and everyone's drenched inside and It's not a happy feeling so just be careful. What the equipment that you use. And so we have the bees. We HAVE OUR NEW COLONY. Set up the packages installed. We've got them fed the beezer flying around or sitting back admiring our handiwork and and our beekeeping skills. That's a really good feeling. What if you don't have a Lancaster? Five what if you've you've you've you've opted to go with a top. Bar Hive Kim. Well I'll tell you. Jeff basically doing the same sort of thing you're preparing the cavity before you put them in your making sure you've got your feet already making sure you got all the tools that you need to get the hive open and and All all of that. You don't have to have a high standard of course because the the the top bar hive basically is its own stand but which do want to do and I think the recommendation pretty much always make sure your entrance is on the end not the middle and if you bought a top bar hive kit or if you made your one of the things that will come with that. Is that that piece of wood that that you put in that that makes the closes off a portion of the top bar hive. And you WANNA put that in so that you're about four frames deep. WanNa make a cavity. That's about four frames deep you take your top buyers off you. Install your package just like you do on your on your trough hive. Put Your top bars back on. And you put it in and you get your feet in there. What kind of feeder and that can be tricky. Because sometimes you don't have room on the top above your frames to put to a feeder so you're either putting one inside in which case you'd make a little more room or do one of those outside feeders. But you get a feeder in there so that the bees can get at it safely and rapidly and what you you're preparing the cavity you've got the top bars with some sort of attracting. Usually some beeswax or a starter strip and hold on the end and it's basically the same way you're putting the Queen between the top bars your securing up. There probably was something like a twist them those work pretty well so that she stays up towards the top of naked. Get to her some put him on the bottom. I don't like that I just don't like McQueen on the floor but that's me but the basics are the same right and I would assume it'd be much the same thing with a long live long high. Exactly exactly you'RE GONNA make you're GonNa just see love section so it's smaller than the whole hive is completely and you handle it. Just like a rough. How soon should you open the hive up again? whether you release the queen or not. That's probably the first thing that we're interested in. But how how soon is too soon to open up that colony? Can I say if we believe if we think of the coin is out the cage is gone and the everything's the way I should be inside the high? I tend to leave them alone for week. Ten days even though I wanna go check on them I just let them take on their sense of self gently open it minimal to no smoke and if I can see eggs one time I can see eggs anywhere in there. Or ideally see the coin back together and go do something else and let them establish that. She's not fully accepted until she's got a some of our own brewed really going nicely there. That's me wash you. Well he hit a couple of good sponsor. One of them is Patients which is that time of my beekeeping. Life is pretty much impossible. I WanNa be there tomorrow. Maybe yet later this afternoon let alone wait a week but I the two things that are going on is if you're opening up that colony your disturbing the process disturbing the system of they're beginning to set up and too often they will take that disturbance out on the Queen and they will. They will kill the queen because things are normal and quiet and calm. So you're taking that chance there. The other thing is as you said. I'm going to wait. No smoke if I can avoid it and look for ex. You and I aren't spring chickens anymore. You see eggs really well. There's delightful appliances that will automatically body parts in this case. I will stoop to using magnifying glasses. And these delightful little digital flashlights. So I'd be willing to say the other thing to try and take a look as.
Boxer Tommy Coyle Announces Retirement
"Well when you having a good start to the year a special announcement for two whole Coun- self joined by Tommy. COYLE could see my last time. I saw you you you in Campus Filial Vegas. You're off to New York based business. Fell food to you you you just off the back of the Gerry fight in New York and we had that impromptu shot which turned into quite an emotional one because obviously you were considering your future and if announced yet so that's GonNa be five six months ago. I now think of June July yes five months and you've got some news sweetie sort of prompted you to to make a decision. Yeah Ace. This is a tough call. But I've decided family trains manages. It's time to call it a day. What a phenomenal Korea? Korea achieve more than thought I would have. I exceeded my consensual. Absolutely you know I never very my wildest dreams thought I didn't find a Madison Square Garden so look over my shoulder and I'm content. I'm happy with my career bull. Well it's time to call a day. I always said I wanted to get out of the game with all my faculties intact and I'm going to stick to my poem is not so I'm going to given well. Congratulations on an amazing career but oversee this is probably my difficult vineyard done. In ten years I retired about four or five times in the last a six months and just announced today would start crying. I don't know he will know. I've cried no Fato you now. The Classic Moments Not GonNa lie of being that'd been docked to being twelfth being over because I don't worry tie little fight in love everything about all of the come opening Cameron louds physicality of Avenue. You know gain in there and I've been a little bit percents There's no way I fi- why and someone awards I've been involved in. He goes swimming. You get what you know. He's how many more wars have. Where do I draw the line? Do I have one war too. Many interesting I've achieved my mountaintop. I've known world champion The best fighter in the world book of our right good goal of made to talk caught. Memories are properly really. We're GONNA talk about some of your your best memories and best fights and stuff over the next so forty five minutes dish. You've come coming to the end of the year career as you know you can always have just one more fight but actually to draw the line and walk away before that one more fight becomes two more free more. Yeah yeah he's actually probably brave room. I get back in the ring. Yeah it's not money does get it right and when the right hammers to to get out and five very yes you have you look at examples of guys lead. Floyd mayweather obsolete aren't right Joe Calzaghe don't rate. There's not many more that the the difference like just getting out of boxing at the right time. We're not talking like levels of war. People are in the sport but very few fighters get it right and a problem with a lot of geysers they lose a fate and they will win an illusion and negotiates the win and I it just keeps going on and I think that's someone like Tommy Tommy Different Completely different character me. I'm enjoying boxing. At this point in time him but when I feel like a stand retire nor ten retire I will. We were joking about it. I was expecting Tomita shadows here today. I'll Albee hoppy when I sit down and do a Tko. Paul cost talking about my retirement. My career but Tommy's Amman wants to fake all the time and it was just m some fun not that I don't Wanna I love but I would enjoy. Enjoy the director. Yeah I think the thing is. I have a phenomenal business. I have a little business business of work harder and always been a believer that you console Dream Look like a nightmare. I'm health and wellbeing industry and out. How can I go out that promote health and wellbeing? If I've got my own and the way I fight he's no viable in the body the brain everybody knows aw. My eyesight is being affected. Douse the reason Jane more pulled me in the fire Jerry and I don't WanNA A. I considered the operation to fix vision. But that would be like you know in the Burn Hill and then Jim fire you and you know some day I don't want full live with this won't leave. I I really love it. I've hundreds of kids training gyms are WANNA stay in. I love it so I can Remain passionate by and do a good job of older kids that we work with when you mentioned about the either one nine the spring Simonis Mondays. Anthony go go. He was on the Undercard of Derry. Mathews if I'm right and he's been caught woefully short so early very very unfairly and I guess the one thing that when people look to you when this episode goes out in a in a couple of times that you have set the exit strategy up from. I'm a sport that so many tone we're gonNA hide featuring older Danny Williams this season at some point and sit down with him us into forties after an amazing career the sort of ended a decade and half ago and didn't perhaps because he didn't necessarily stop an exit strategy and didn't have maybe the education to realize that there are other things that you need to do off the boxing and I know that some of you were hard on we've been saying life off the boxing and you have to set it up early and Patchy think do I would take the base of Tommy and again I know where I'm at the stage of my career but my boxing at this point in time is capable of the time I'm not so I want to do and I think that I think in about the things that Tomlin's doing I want to replicate what he's doing in Belfast. And the thing that will give me something kept me out of bed in the morning and I wanna be people in the whole of Tommy and the people at the community level and the kids and their parents wants. He's doing such things. I would love to do that. And he got back with me to the Belfast. And Tommy of spoke about it and he's willing to help me and give me ideas ideas and stuff and Tommy's more business minded a May I January collaborate business. I don't have a plea but only learn can learn a bit from Tommy. The thing is I don't have a real clue about how business I'm visionary. I'm very very visual. And I've been very very fortunate. Now I've managed to get the right people on the spot on the point if people know while the boss government program. I've managed to get the right people on the books to help we achieve the division. And no it takes brains to one surround yourself with brains and I think that's where I've been smart. I realized it's a many years ago. Everybody has a shelf life and I knew I don't need I would say shelf life and I did starts applying for after after boxing because I made all wrong decisions. Growing good may or expelled from school from school. No Geez no real no real education. It's all really early and who's to say that I WANNA go engine Mama I would. I don't so I was mindful. The box rooms only gonna be for so long and I needed something want to stimulate my brain kiss. I don't think so probably from one. I put to something to to fall back on on family. Three children three boys a wife go to support them and box in for me as just been vehicle to go and do there's some great things in the community and some great things and my business at all about assume day and accounting. How many people are in my team? I don't say staffer team and my OAF is important because no saying I'm invincible. I play Vile Pot and the organization. They will rely on me for a salary will families. And when you it's a I've told you and you have a company you don't think about yourself I'm going to take everything's consideration consideration. That's why I've done for the last six. There's no why why have not jump to conclusion and tried to rush my decision full by law and hot of strategized about it and first and foremost my kids. Far too important island fought in watch to risk my health. I see the bigger picture you know. I'm going to wake up every day now instead of waking up and thinking right it's time to go to the gym. Grab grab I gotTA have breakfast but I've got to get to the
"coun" Discussed on Anna Jelen The Time Expert Podcast
"I look at the bench where I usually really am sitting on staring out at the ocean but today someone else has taken my place. It seems as if he's all ALO- do a little boy and wait a minute. Is he crying slowly. I approach. He looks at me. Embarrassed Barest Washes. He's not away with his glove. I place myself next to him and have no question then have you been swimming wing. He looks main amazement. No why not. He still looks amazed. Because it's too cold. I only swim when it so much. I don't I swim every day. Seems gone even in winter years. Are you going to swim now. Yes later I don't believe you. I want to see that. Come with me. No I'm just kidding. He seems to be thinking. And I look at the ocean so okay in life there are moments where we laugh and there are moments way we cry so may I ask. Why Y did you cry? Looks down and says something like because what because it's all over and he looks at me with is like why why why what is over Christmas New Year. It's all over. Oh okay yeah I understand Eh. Well yes indeed. It's over Oh ver- and I feel by his looks that this was. Maybe we not most empathic answer but I mean there is more to come. I say like like what Like what they is today the day after New Year so tomorrow will be the day after the day after new. Yea what come on. That's something the day after the day after New Year. Well I'm going to celebrate this really. You're going to be the only one then I don't care I'm going to do a big fat party. He loves BABES DO. Do you think someone is going to come to your big fat party. Now I love will either. No maybe not so then. I'm just going into downs all by myself and anyway you could even celebrate something today like what he asks. Well what are you want to. It's for sure someone's birthday today so we could celebrate. Someone's birthday happy birthday to you. Someone happy birthday to you someone. Hey giggles when is your birthday. I ask him thirty July longtime to go. I always have to wait for those big days to comment. I hate waiting well. I have four official birthdays and three hundred and sixty one others but they just mind. You can't have four birthdays. He goes I looked at him. Of course Coun- I invented them and now I have them the last thing I I remember is how he looks at me with his big big ice of astonishment. My Hi dear. Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to another episode with me on Nigeria. Lenore time expert. Someone whose middle name as provocation Haitian which again is in me who has given me this name. The only name I have given myself by the way is my second name which is Rania coming from a Swedish fairytale called Rania. The robber store was given by my parents. The time expert was given by my audience and now we have a new mill name provocation. Because he said in every episode you provoke oke me to change something in my life. So let's see what the today's episode will do to you. Let's dig in one day. I'm going to die and this could be today. So what would I like to have experienced today. In order to to say that was a good day and it's okay to die. Maybe I shouldn't start like this cat. Okay so let's start with a question. Let me ask you how much a what did you do. Today is for a future event. I was very surprised. And maybe you are dealing with it as well but in my case almost everything we sing I do is for something in the future now. I'm writing the PODCAST. which will come out in the near future? I am riding on a book which we come out in the future. I am working on an exhibition about time. which may be one day will happen? Everything I am working on will appear in the future. How does that make you feel if that is the case for you as well? Why good try on a good try? But that's not hating the point not yet so. Let's try like this. You might might not this feeling there. Is this big day coming up and either you can't wait for it to arrive or you look at it with with big anxiety or you have to work your ass off for this event in all three cases it's about a day in the future so we also have three different time aspects. Here we have before the event then we have the actual event event which normally does not last that long and then we have the time after the event where often an emptiness ovoid arrives. Remember the boy. Let's talk about the before the event time because that is the period when the risk is high that you could lose if your now because you're just running after something which is going to happen in the future now. How do I make sure not not to lose my now with three questions? I would like to share with you today. Question number number one I am. I having fun into now doing it if yes everything is fine. If it's no I will have to reconsider. Is it my doing question too. Is the effort were sent the answer has to be yes. If it's no I will have to reconsider my duty question number three. Am I risking anything. Let me explain. Sometimes we have to put a lot of focus focus energy and time into the preparation for something which I think can be very orgasmic. You know the work topic and in this case you say no to many other things and that's where the question is important. Am I risking losing friends because of of this My risking losing important moments with my family. Because I'm buried into my work. Am I risking my health. Because I don't get enough sleep you know. Am I risking anything. And that's why I like my view on the daily life as a meaning life. Meaning what does my day. The mini life has to include to be all right dying the same day and this is a guarantee that I would not lose myself in something which is going to happen in the future anyway and how I can keep being in gene the now in case if you want my meany life right now should include three things expressing love being creative and an ice bath. Am I going to risk one of those three things for an upcoming thing. No no no no and this this how I keep the balance and how I managed time between two now and a big event in the future. Why did I tell you the story with a little boy? Because it's the same thing with this big event in the future the day we'll come where it is on and then it's over and there might be this big voight and you go like okay. Okay and now now there is time for something new for something else or maybe you can just enjoy. The voight void. Means.
"coun" Discussed on Dem Fancy Dinosaurs Podcast
"We'll we'll be able to live streaming but if we can we can even jump on the discord and we should be able to re streams Differently more viable these days than before. Yeah Yeah Yeah because I think back in the day when Lopin were trying it getting ban on twitch stream this and now it's free it's annoying shopping run okay so that's separate so you think he's GonNa win. No I think their strategy win but I believed secure wins. I believe secure actually deserved to win. Okay he's another game Super Smash Bros ultimate. I don't believe like this guy was GonNa win. You definitely don't think because it came out last year and let's be honest Nintendo dozen win any of these game award commander reminded people the first ever game of the year award for this show was madden choking. It was fair yeah now whoa. Let's go into this. I don't think smashed a win for the reason that it's a good game. Special Year smash definitely has a lot of work work put into it's definitely craft please but you know I think it will win a noble or Josh deforest Solo Experience. It's kind of lacking so basically we're going to go more into super smash probably after the break because we're talking about upcoming came we'll say and stuff and the loss on the least actually is the world's that's school that's looking to win. Not so basically strandings going to get you think most likely could come out on stage and he'll give a speech about how he bought the whole world together and he's the real unifier of the world's and everything. Yes that'd be hilarious. If you like it audrey one it's like by the way he's a distant dress. Drink to the guys. I read this article the other day. I'm not sure does fake or not. You might be able to tell me Nick. It said Kajima doesn't actually understand stranding. Either he actually came out and said he doesn't understand it. Yes that's a part of an interview those taken off from from Mitsu. Yeah because he's trying to act like he's a real elusive wider and everything. Spoilers it just ripped off the plot of doom and it's filled Orangemen bad. It's not very created at all this game but it doesn't actually understand nice trending now. He doesn't understand basic story. This is a long thing I've always wanted to have a bit of a rant about Kajima himself because again a great one was an article by Guy who actually did the translation for metal gear solitude and he read for the script and everything he said. Kajima has no fucking idea anything about anything military related whatsoever as in. He had to go through through and fix the script and everything of what the proper pronunciations were. And what these were and everything else like that and then he said he had a a meeting that Nami that had a meeting with him they said could Jima was very upset of him. Changing the script and it was just like he got most of it wrong and everything else like that so and and again. I'm going to be up front and say right now. rip-off Ridley Scott's entire career. Oh yeah that's what he's done in his beat he's been the plagiarism. His entire career. You can even look at the first. Original metal is solid on the MSMX Mess X.. Or anything you can say you look at the character portraits and Saab Look. There's Albert Einstein McConnell from Rambo calories. Yeah there's there's all of these people people never plots and ripped off and everything so but the but my main issue that it comes down to is people. Try to act like. He's the inventor of these things that have already happened like example Medico two. Everyone tries to say oh he saw exactly how you know. Censorship and cult mentality works is I know that's existed well. Before he was born in most of his ancestors Gore mentality is not exclusive to the internet or anything else like that. It's always been like that bowl. It's such a visionary pointing that out that people only get information that they want only want. Wow I definitely want to do an episode in the future on the male gaze series Lore and whole makes less and less sense as it goes on. Yeah absolutely exactly when it comes to the first one if you have a weapon that can launch a nuclear missile honor thing and you know you know exactly what happened if America or any other country found matt about that. A A rogue terrorist group announced that they had this. It'd be the first race to who gets to bomb them. I know negotiations saving. Anything else like that. It'd be like not too much an isolated island but so yeah dude collapse I just I find it Sir Sir interesting. This guy created supposedly this epic story. But he can't explain it. I can't fucking explain that I can. I know I can't Coun- explain. It is because he was given a blank. Check by Sony and spoiler. This is why he announced that there was gonNA be ports of this game to other systems two weeks before because he would have had the preorder sale daughter and everything and it wouldn't have been enough to make money back. There's been talks that he has to make GTA levels of sales to make the money back for this game and it's it's not even close to that yeah could not even close. It's pretty much like part of the reason why he got kicked out of Konami in the first place because Melania solid fly was spending millions and millions of dollars econmy and it wasn't done still ask ask if a war five years while on the sides Economics Mobile Department apartment was doing way better with less of a budget thinking like hey hang on a second what we invest in so yeah and then of course. Everyone's gotta remember NBA. He was on the board of directors when this was all happening so he wasn't the always the poor artists in the corner crying. 'cause they'll get he was the man that made the decisions company. And they WANNA try to say like Okinawa a piece of shit by treating you like shit. He was on the board of directors. He didn't care it was. It was both like everyone always talk. Shit AVEC Nami but it was both economic and and Kajima is full. The oldest of that happened. Yeah Yeah I just WanNa say funny I was looking at the game Sal Rankings when it office came out because came at the same time. It's Pokemon Gordon. Shield sword was number. One death stranding was too and shield nestled between and even the double pack was number seven so that the raid the same game on three times at this hour ranking thing. That's it that's in Cyprus which game well dish which never shows anything they sell. FAULK every moneymaker. What I don't understand is is I'm during the we use situation Nintendo making games that was selling more than PS free and xbox three sixty on ps four and xbox one owners? That's the thing that's like the most Thompson sold games of all time on INTENDO systems and no no one ever wants to admit that and to themselves. I don't know why okay so basically I'M GONNA go out on a limb it. I'm going to say that reasonable. WHO'S GONNA win game of the year? I love to that. Perhaps I trust in my I think it was a fair like a fan demanded game to the point and when it came out it delivered and gave us everything we wanted to see that I guess it came at the same time as kingdom hearts managed to outsell it there. That's a big achievement. Ah Series two was seven remake delayed or yeah next year has been delayed because I was Gonna say that came out earlier that it probably win. Get get next next so the world's probably won't or get it. Unfortunately it's a good game but I mean it's amazing that it's even in the nominees list. It's amazing made. I mean for game released around the same time as death stranding to already be nominated is amazing lion. That's I guess from like I can definitely see like the comparison like you can definitely see that Attleboro looks at it more rough around the edges well contenders more more appealing. Digitalize righty so that all the nominees for game of the year. Have we go through the action game shoe to actually games. I is the battle. Royal epics legends played at once many times of day. It was apex legend at first. But then and those you know life game is played all day every day and it became way too good way too quick which may never fun for the rest of us casual goes everyone else. That's how it is not mcadoo. Everyone else the problem with these kinds of games. They go to beautifully right because you always have those people people that the game is that become amazing these games. Yes so you gotta put in weapons to help people be able to play against them all those people he would just find the game not fun in plant and good and then come back but I think another factor that might have added to that. Is that APEC. slickness is free so yeah anyone can jump in and put as many hours but but the thing is when you put them weapons that help bridge that skill gap it encourages players to play more. Oh and get better and then use other weapons and get better with them. More Wolf is the first one introduced the grenade launcher just point and shoot you. Somebody and they would die. You didn't have to be accurate. Window Cola accurate with it or anything like that but it allowed new plays is to not play competitive. They would never score in the top school. They won't be able to get killed strikes or anything like that but it encourage them because they like. I'm still we're getting killed in the game. Yes I'M GONNA keep playing and playing and they eventually got better and then switch. Is You know like anybody that would consider themselves a scope. Play will never touch that gun. Yeah you know it's a one hit kill. Why why would you know because it doesn't actually have enough ammunition of course eventually becomes if you want to go for those kill streaks and things that you got yeah and I guess you know it would become like a playing the game more and more to become like less fun over time is running? They made it much more. Yes that's because people they hated it because it was easy kills by design. It's to get easy. Kills to allow allow people to go. Okay this is fun. I want to keep playing but in a game like apex legends. People get too good to fos. Yeah Turtles ostracizes any the new players boring. Yeah that's why they need balancing those games like I'm dead by daylight doesn't really will. Because you really only get match replays Randall. Rank Yeah and also rank resets as well whenever there's like after a month or so so everyone gets downgraded so they get matched up with each other more easily people go out to the higher ranks. But you know the more casual more casual rinks that so like if picks legends agents had a ranking system like that then you stick the newbies with the movies and eventually get better and better and they can get the best move. I guess it's different when it's like you know one hundred people one wondrous one hundred one four four so then we go astral chain. Did any of you guys astral chain on pick it up that's the Platinum beat em up game some stands and you can actually use them stands but everyone. Well I'm just GONNA say Personas Little Spirit for the whatever I'm just Kalyan Liam stance because that's what I want. I I may as well. You know that's the new hot listener do look like Killick and the other cheek from sociable. What I remembered the about that game is people tried to have a complaint about it because it portrayed cops as people that actually look for people this looks like virtual cop with like mix? Yeah Mega Mega virtual cop. Yeah that got really good recession when it came up yeah it actually did pretty well and sounds zone of the game Schon. It's kind of like the New York Thomas game like a pair of that where they got a bit of Schmaltz for the enemy's attacks but still mostly person beat him up action based more than anything else. Yeah yeah from what. I've seen like the the character that you fight with us like kind of like work them like together in in the change change in color. Judy modern warfare the remake that actually actually it does look pretty cool. I mean you know. It's it's called Judy. Modern Warfare Yellow bits roots. Sometimes they can do wrong sometimes. They can't play unquestioned on Nico. Is Gregory Coal Judy. Duty the most important question is prices back. 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What to expect from this year's G20 summit
"But as the Japanese presidency seeks to steer the world's most powerful economies away from confrontation over trade questions have also been raised over Tokyo's apparent move to bow to US pressure by watering down its draft G twenty communicate on tackling climate change. Joining me in the studio to enlighten us about these issues off. Chris Giles the FTC economics editor and Leslie hook our environment. Correspondent Kris, why don't we start with you? There is a trade war going on. We know that how bad is it? How worried should we be? Well, I think there's two ways of looking at this one is if you look at the big. Brewed aggregates how much has the world grown in the in recent quarters. And what are the big forecast look like any counc- this trade war in those numbers really at all? But then if you look at what's bubbling under particularly manufacturing and trade is mostly still in manufacturing goods related. You see that in confidence indicators, the latest pay my for example, went below fifty for the first time since twenty twelve's of his loss of loss of confidence. You see the trade numbers, the trade volume flows have been falling recently, and you see that where the trade war has been most definitive between US and China. You see some very large drops in trade. So since October last year Chinese imports of US goods has fallen by about twelve percent. That's an a remarkable in a short time, say, sounds like you saying, we could be like that cartoon character that hasn't quite realized yet he's. Ron over a cliff if that's the case, what should we hope for from this g twenty meeting? I think that is exactly the case in the worry isn't what directly tariffs will do to trade flows. It's more the, the confidence impact of it is like, if you're a company wanting to invest somewhere and you think, well, this investment might be literally worthless, if something happens in global trade, which means that I can't export do the things I wanted to do with that investment that I'm not going to go ahead. I'm going to wait. And so that's the, the worry, what do we expect? But we're not expecting a resolution we're not expecting the tariffs that have been put on particularly by the US on two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from China at twenty five percent. We're not expecting those to disappear. The Treasury Secretary to the US Steve Mnuchin said that he reckoned that we were ninety percent of the way to deal without actually means essentially zero present the ways deal. There's always easy to do. I. Ninety percent last ten percent is always the difficult based, and this is exactly the rhetoric that was being used in April before the trade talks break down. So I don't think we're expecting a huge amount. If you could get something along the lines of talk, starting again at a detailed officials level and President Trump may be withdrawing the threat to expand the two hundred billion goods, which are subject to tears to five hundred billion, which is what the coun- threat is that at least you could diffuse some of the tensions, and we could get into maybe a world where we might have some point later in the year, see a resolution but I think that's about it from the G twenty this weekend. Let's, let's turn to the other issue. I mentioned at the start the trade war might be the short-term biggest threat to the world economy, the long term threat to the economy and maybe human civilization is climate change. And you have some bad news on that front. That's right. So the draft communicate prepared by Japan which could still change a lot on depending on the outcome of meeting as very weak language on climate change. It doesn't vow to cut emissions or make any grand statements about how the Paris agreement is irreversible or anything like that, which wasn't previous communicates. But this reflects a very sad reality or difficult reality, which is at the g twenty nations don't agree on climate change. The US plans to pull out of the Paris climate agreement. Saudi Arabia has also been very much dragging its heels when it comes to emissions cuts and what we're seeing now is global emissions hit a record high last year and the science. The modeling makes it more and more clear. What the impacts of climate change already are in terms of heat waves extreme weather rising sea levels, but the gap between what we know we should be doing versus what's actually happening in the world is just growing bigger, and bigger and the evidence suggests that the G twenty is not going to be able to do much about that, at least not this meeting if the draft communicate that you have seen is what comes into the final, Tex is that a deterioration from what we've seen before because it's been it's been a while. Now since Trump pulled out of the Paris agreement is there anything new here, or is it just a continuation of bad news for the last two years? The climate portion of the communicate has been what we call a g nineteen plus one. So basically, nineteen major economies agree on language about climate change. And then the US had its own paragraph where it says, actually, we the United States think this. So there has not been consensus among the twenty countries and. And what we've seen from Japan is, they're trying to go for the lowest common denominator and right of very watered down draft that everyone will agree to in this version climate change is just one of a list of environment concerns, along with marine pollution, biodiversity loss and resource scarcity, so they're positioning, it as just one of the many challenges that were working on rather than the challenge now in the past, the G twenty used to have much more consensus on climate change. In fact, in two thousand and nine ten years ago, there was a consensus statement on the need to phase out subsidies for fossil fuels in all the G twenty countries agreed to reduce their subsidies, or fossil fuels in the medium term, and that has not really happened. So what we've seen is even when the twenty does agree on something. It might not translate into reality. Even then. So does that mean we should expect unless you expect some positive surprise from from this weekend? Summit should we expect different parts of the world to go. Oh. Off their own separate ways on whether and how much they tried to combat climate change. Well, this year is quite a crucial year for the global climate commitment, because countries that signed the Paris agreement, including the US, because they haven't formally withdrawn, just that they plan to withdraw countries signed the Paris climate agreement have to come up with new tougher targets by twenty twenty. So we're expecting to see entries up. The ante we've seen the US. We've seen the UK, adopt an zero legislation in the EU has had very serious discussions about adopting an zero goal. So this year is seen as being quite critical for determining that direction. But I think we won't see the twenty influence the shape of that. Whereas in the past that g twenty was a place where there were key negotiations and deliberations that really set the tone for the rest of the climate talks. That's no longer the case. I want to come to a point where it seems to be that the trade agenda, and the climate agenda come together or maybe clash. Because if different parts of the world, Golez separate ways on climate change policy, then that conflicts with trying to keep the world trading system. Open doesn't it because countries that don't make an effort on climate change will be more competitive in terms of exports and can out compete the countries that do put in place, stricter carbon rules. And then the pollution is just going to move to different countries. Some economists have called full tariffs carbon border taxes tariffs on the border to penalize stop trade limit trade with countries that don't pull their part of the Boden is that something Leslie, you see happening at all as countries get very serious about their zero emission skulls, and we're expecting France and also Germany to consider adopting these goals than having some type of carbon border adjustment. Does become a crucial part of that because you can't take the emissions of your own economy, two zero without implementing some type of? Tariff on steel, and cement, and all the goods that are getting getting shipped in. But we haven't seen a lot of political movement in the short term on this issue of the carbon border adjustment. I think given what Chris just said about the global trade war. The trade frictions, there's so much tension already that I think, politicians are reluctant to add one more item to the agenda, when it comes to trade talks, which you think Chris will climate change worries come to interfere with trade discussions, not immediately. I fully agree with Liz as dot something for now. But it is something people being talking about, in fact, for for a long time because theoretically, it makes a huge mental sense to have a border adjustment. Because if the UK goes to zero but just imports all its carbon essentially from China, then that doesn't help the world because global warming is global and so is traditionally been a French concern border, carbon border adjustments. And I'm so slightly surprised micro hasn't been making. All of this, because it's a it's a natural. I mean not, not just natural for FRANZ, but it's actually theoretically natural that you would, if you were wanting to have a competent tanks to make you as a route to going to Sierra missions, you want that on your consumers so you want you'll consumers, ultimately, to be paying for the call when they use weather. It comes in something that's produced in your country or whether it comes from something even ported. They don't want to make imports more favorable now. This is always been very difficult in the trading system, because it could contravenes WTO rules to do this will people think it contravenes WTO as nobody's. No one's done it. So no one knows. But it probably does contravene the retail rules. Although we gotta remember that. The WTO is a particularly weak body at the moment, and the US, ironically has, has essentially new to the power of its dispute resolution settlement body. So whether these rules would ever, be enforceable is, is quite a visit quite big question. But in lots of ways this is this is a subject that wants countries have gotten zero target that will be a lot more pressure, particularly from that domestic manufacturing sectors to think about this. And I think it won't go away will come up. It's not something for this year, but it will definitively come up, particularly if there are countries that are producing quite a lot but not having a very competent oil company emission standards in the same way that other countries won't to be forward, looking and apart from the legal issue. This suggests that politically at least if the US and China don't vanish to resolve their. Trait differences. It will sort of open up the goal will politics to other countries to stop to respect trade rules, an intimate less, perhaps for this reason, but this opens up a sort of scenario way, global cooperation in global tombstones on Raveling, and you end up having regional locks, issuing regional interests me, if we go down that route. Do you think that the g twenty is no longer fit for purpose in your field, and then more mental field Leslie? What do you think? Well, it's interesting, one of the campaigners that I interviewed a couple of days ago, made the point that the D twenty has always been born out of crises various types of crisis financial crisis. Let's respond to a crisis. But when it comes to the climate crisis hasn't really been able to respond in a meaningful way. And I think that's because there simply isn't consensus between the G twenty countries about what to do and. Amount of summits, can sort of paper over that fact if individual countries take extremely ambitious goals to cut their own emissions to net zero, for example, that only really works. If other countries are doing similar things, and I think this tension between what an individual country can do. And then what's the impact on the whole global system is going to become more and more parent over the next years and decades, we have to remember that the g twenty is not global government. It cannot take decisions in that sense. It's not something that has any enforcement mechanism it can only do things if literally all the members agreed to do it. So where it's always come on stuck is where there's disagreement and safe has a fundamental disagreement as Leslie, it's been outlining on what the climate change, whether global warming is happening than the G twenty is notable that will they've ever been able to deal with it. It works as a very useful forum for leaders to actually thrash out some of these. Issues. But if they still disagree at the end of that discussions in that bilateral meetings, etc. Then you're living in cloud-cuckoo-land, if you think the g twenty's going to resolve something, and it sounds like this is happening on trade as well as on climate is happening on trade. So we used to have sort of boilerplate language in every communique saying, we would never as the G Tweety, no g twenty country would ever impose tariffs or any other trade restrictions on each other. And this, this health through the whole crisis, where people will very worried. It wouldn't hold but it's not held a tool since since Donald Trump has been elected US presidents. So it's a good vehicle for agreement so long as people already agree. Yes. Well that's a bit of a somber note to end on end. We must that's it for this week. My thanks to Crisanto Leslie, thank you very much. And thanks everyone for listening till next week goodbye. Here's a few words from Dame. Helen Mirren telling us what she's a fan of. I'm a fan of platform heels on a fan of Fellini and Antonio ni. I'm a fan of Anaman Yanni for me the greatest actors of all. I'm a fan of being bad. Ass on a fan of dressing up and glamorous outfits. I'm a fan of luxury. I'm a fan of Mandarin. Oriental.
Federal Reserve, Jay Powell And New York University discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"We are going to stipulate here. In fact, we are going to lean into the trying to interpret the Federal Reserve plainspoken as Jay Powell tries to be is not unlike the Kremlinology of years gone by trying to figure out who was in charge by looking at who was standing next to whom at the mayday parade's, except with the fed. It's parsing every syllable, that comes out of J Powell's mouth. So today, an experiment of sorts with the ultimate goal of figuring out how well the fed is saying what it wants to say. And how well we are interpreting it. We got people on the phone today. Just a couple of minutes before the Fed's announcement wrapping up its two day meeting on interest rates. This was two o'clock, east coast time and we asked what they thought was going to happen. I'm Sydney Dixon. I'm a professor of economics at New York University. It's one forty one pm on June ninth. Nine hundred twenty nine thousand nine well, I would say that we're sort of expecting them to hold the line on rates for now but perhaps which their language to more ready to act description of how they will. Perceive future risks, and they're just expressing a willingness to, to act, should, you know, the data turn worse than it's been. My name is Mingjia a trading manager at betterment, and it is one fifty seven PM on June nineteenth twenty nineteen. I'm leaning towards I think it's going to be more of a cautious too hawkish kind of tone that they're going to take. I think they're going to leave rates on cut but signal to cut in December, or they might mentioned in the near future. I really can't see them cutting in July unless it's an emergency. Spoiler alert. They were both basically right. No rate cut now. But well, you're sure Bill overall or policy discussions focused on the appropriate response to the uncertain environment. The projections of appropriate policy show that many participants believe that some cut in the federal funds rate will be appropriate in the scenario that they see as most likely no more patients for the fed, if you think back to the last couple of minutes, we got back on the phone. With our test subjects after show palace press conference to see how they were feeling about their predictions, I up Sydney Ludvigsson at NYU, stern. I didn't see much to contradict, what I expected. You know, the message is worse were not quite saying that we're in patient mode anymore, but we are not cutting anything today, but we're actively monitoring for more sustained evidence of the kind of uncertainties and concerns that the chairman was talking about was right. Here's John at betterment. I listened back to it because, you know of my own ego, and I was like, was I right. I definitely feel like the markets were expecting something, a lot more dovish than what came out. That's probably true dovish there, by the way means not at all worried. Not all that really worried about inflation. There were a little bit thus leading more toward cutting rates than raising rates. I know there are a lot of people out there to whom this obsession with what fed says sounds obsessive. But it is the entire American. Economy and probably the global economy, as well that we're talking about here, but also be the fed knows were watching. Here's ming. John one more time from betterment. We analyze fed speeches like an eighth grader analyzes like text messages, you know, like every single word matters every single word couns after two thousand and eight they realize, like, oh, the markets are watching, and especially with the rapid dissemination of their like press releases and how quickly markets respond to things like that. I think they have only become more cautious cautious and aware on that note, by the way, about the whole timeline of this thing. If you want wanna historic look at what the fed has done with interest rates over time. We have that at marketplace dot org.
FBI Warns of Cyber Scams Targeting the Elderly
"Light of world elder abuse awareness, day, which is June. Fifteenth? The FBI office in Phoenix. Arizona is raising. Awareness about cyber scams that target the elderly, I had a chance to catch up with Kate visine. She's a cybersecurity report for CNBC. She also has a new book titled kingdom of lies unnerving adventures in a world of cybercrime, and my first question to her was, what was some of the most interesting shocking things that she was able to uncover in this book. Beginning, one of the most surprising things to me with how much Mike American businesses these cyber criminal organizations are run and that well before even I had had when I was working at a practitioner. And so I saw it out and found people involved in this underground. And this, this amazing portrait of these entire coun- changed by cybercrime across eastern Europe with tons of money flowing in from the US from here from the crimes that you're really familiar with. And so from there, I just went up, you take a microscope to what is really going on there. So we could find something you physi- me also says that social media companies having impossible job ahead is they rely on algorithms, that promote disagreement and therefore outlandish statements. And as President Trump calls, it, fake news are often promoted on their site for USA radio news on.
Explainer 162: Why does Russia want a sovereign internet?
"Itself. Rushes segment of it brunette was once virtually free of regulation for long long time from its bath in the mid nineteen ninety s to the of this decade ruined was a place of permission, Tony and almost unlimited possibilities. But since the start of ladder Putin's that Thomas president in twenty twelve it has come under increasing pressure. Posting reposting and slightly seditious information canal land you into big trouble. And indeed in jail. It's also prohibited to disrespect the forties or disseminate fake news. Just this week. For instance, an internet user in central Russia was taken to court for calling President Putin and unbelievable quit. And that's not to mention the government's continuous efforts to shut down the encrypted messaging service telegram, or it systems that also show at work should keep that data inside Russia or its ever-growing blacklist of banned websites. Clearly, the Russian authorities are not super happy with internet. Well, then they thought let's isolate roulette from the rest of the world or for the sake of cybersecurity. Of course, you think that's restrictive listen to this. That's Russian lawmaker Gillan Zilina defending the government's clampdown on the internet. What our rights they are lack of freedom. The more rights you have the less free. You are. She's also said of a recent move to introduce yoga classes, imprisons that yoga makes you gaze Reten. The so called digital sovereign to Bill has now passed through both chambers of the Russian parliament's. Ginny printing, it gives the government the power to manage all network connections inside the country and to stop it internet traffic from being routed through foreign service. But only event of an external threat that is if another country decides to disconnect Russia from the global web. This is one of the bill's authors Andre. Be digital the Khazal to. Moore's Mr. shitting, we have proven beyond all doubt that Russia can indeed plugs from the internet, and I mean by the United States, particularly. She's but even Hignett's putting his idea into practice would be quite challenge, given Russia's coun- technological and economic capabilities. In fact, most telecoms experts say that's just not possible. Also question marks over the project's costs over really have now a rough estimates, and they are really. One thing is clear though, Russia will stop it nothing to protect its borders physical virtue, and if that means restricting its people's freedoms. Oh, well, this isn't the first time, and it won't be the last for Monaco AmEx. According.
Islamic State's foreign fighters: What happens to them now?
"Syria. Islamic state is a state no longer earlier this week, the Jihadist group which at its peak controlled an area of Syria and Dirac lodge of Austria and imposed its brutal rule upon eight million. People was chased out of its last pocket of territory by goose a town on the frightens river near Syria's border with Iraq in losing its territory is Lennox state lost many of its fighters, but it didn't lose all of them. Thousands of the caliphates foot soldiers are presenting themselves and their families at refugee camps and presenting the countries from which many of them hailed with a considerable political legal and ethical pickle. Which is basically this. What is to be done with them? There have been some calls for an international tribunal. But it is surely impossible to put so many people on trial. They cannot simply be abandoned, and it would be a brave politician willing to bet their career or a society willing to bet it safety on these. Jihadists returning home as altogether reformed characters. This is the foreign desk. Hot is pre programmed to think of every defeats as a test in. There will never see anything in as permanent defeat because it has already pre-programmed into their minds mindset and into their psyche. If you send these people to Iraq, they will be killed. So you have this dilemma of western countries that don't want their people back. Some of them are willing to send them to Iraq to be put on trial there. But they're sending them to Iraq with a full understanding that they're going to be put on trial and going to be held in conditions, which could very well include torture and result in the death sentence. The tendency that we have in western Europe amendment to say, it's not out problem. They left us. They took up arms against us. We want nothing to do with them is all very well by the peasant doesn't cease to exist. So I think it behoves the society which broken up to consider why has this Cussing taken on against us? And what should we be doing about that not with the individual concern? Sent only but also with society as a whole. You're listening to the foreign desk with me Andrew Miller today will be hearing from a former director of global counterterrorism at M I six and from the full member of al-qaeda to look at what can be done, and what should be done with defeated jihadis. But I for a view from the ground from Syria on joined by Jane, Arraf international correspondent with NPR. Jane, stop by asking you to set the scene forest where he speaking to us from exactly what have you been able to see over the past few days. Well, I am in a which is one of the cities in the sort of a ton of Mus Kurdish region of Syria. And this is also where some leadership the Kurdish leadership is these officials who are trying to persuade other countries that they should have an international tribunal here in this northeastern part of Syria and been able to go to a couple of the camps where they're holding foreign his wills Iraqi. And Syrian ISIS families, and I've also been able to speak to one of the foreign fighters. Those foreign fighters have been apprehended by Kurds and the US coalition the US led coalition in many cases, they've been in US detention in Syria detention centers, actually, run by the US, and now handed over back to Kurdish forces, do you have a sense of what kind of numbers we're talking about in terms of the ISIS fighters currently being held by the codes. And that's all of the Iraqi Syrian and foreign there are said to be about seven thousand of them. So that is mostly Syrian and Iraqi about a thousand of them eight hundred two thousand or said to be foreign fighters accused foreign fighters, we have to make clear that they haven't actually been tried or convicted yet, but they are suspected to be foreign fighters. So that's all the way up from eight hundred to about a thousand is the estimate you generally get from US military officials as wills occurred. In what sense you able to get a what kind of conditions that being held in? Well, compared to what they came from which was almost certain death as US air strikes in waters attacked the last bit of their territory. It's, you know, not bad the conditions of interviewing these fighters preclude either asking for getting detailed answers about how they're being held in where they're being held. But one of the ones that I interviewed he was a Canadian fighter had been held in solitary confinement for quite a while. He also said that he was having trouble getting medical care. Clearly was well enough to do an interview. But certainly medical care seems to be an issue, but having said that, you know, having covered this battle against ISIS the war against ISIS over the entire ISIS territory. It's much better than the fate that befell a lot of them which was basically being obliterated by air. Yikes. Mortars and in other cities, if we boil this entire story for the moment down to this one Canadian fighter. What sense were you able to get all of his views on gun to assume it was a he his views on now on the subject of the ideology. He joined up to fight fo did you get the sensitize east had much in the way of a rethink? Yeah. Pretty much all of them have. And this was really interesting because I found this as well. In the case of the women who were married to ISIS fighters. They have now been for several months at least in detention with either Kurds or Americans, this particular foreign fighter told me that you know, he'd had a lot of time to think, but not only that he'd had a lot of interactions with the Americans who interrogated him and with the people who are holding him and with the Kurds. He said, for instance, but one point the Americans had given him novels to read one of the women. I spoke with told me that she had. Been aware. And I'm not sure if this is true, but she said she hadn't been aware of that ISIS held slaves. You know, they took thousands of UCD's from the tiny ziti religious minority as slaves massacred, the men and took the women and girls as sex slaves. She said she'd never met one until one of them was brought to the detention center to talk to them. And she said, and that's when I realized it was true. It wasn't just rumors. What they did to these women. So yes, in many cases, certainly in the case of this Canadian fighter. I it seems to have had an impact another foreign woman who is married to ISIS fighters told me that she was happy that she wasn't sent straight back to her country. She was from the Netherlands, and she said had she been sent back. She would still have been radicalized. But as it was her views of changed a lot. She said in being held for months and months by the Kurds because the biggest question, I guess the overarching question that we're looking at in this episode is with the ideology. Of ISIS will survive the destruction of the caliphate that the whole selling point of Islam state, and there was a clue in the name was that it had conquered territory. It was building a nation. It was building a homeland. If it is seen to have filed in that central enterprise. Do you think it's still going to be able to recruit people who might be inclined towards jihad? Or is it you'll sense from talking to the people you just mentioned that they kind of starting to realize that they might have back to lose a well there are a couple of things here. One is that in terms of ISIS being able to recreate a territory the caliphate had held which ranged for seventy thousand square kilometres, roughly and encompassed major cities. No one really believes they'll be able to do that. Again. In part of the reason, it's very apparent in Iraq. For instance, the people of Mosul, which is the second biggest city in Iraq. At first, many of them will tell you. They welcomed. Isis five years ago when ISIS came in because they so hated the Iraqi government and security forces, and then they realized what ISIS actually was which was indescribably brutal. The also they will not make that mistake. Again. They know what ISIS is now they know the dangers. But having said that there is a real fear that there is another ISIS in the making because we're talking about roughly in the case of Iraq thirty thousand members of ISIS families. Now a lot of those are children. So let's leave aside the children because children are children. But if you take the adults in those families, the women, for instance, a lot of them do still believe in the ideology, there is nothing that has changed their minds since then as for the foreigners. You know, a story I hear over and over and talking particularly to these foreign women is I didn't know what I was getting into. I don't understand Syria. I married. The sky might boyfriend told me to come. So those ones seemed to have had an awakening. And those are certainly the ones that want you to know they've had an awakening the, you know, I think we also have to realize that there are lots of those people in detention in these camps who are not talking to us because they believe were infidels because they still believe in the ideology and in the coun- recently in L hall camp, which now has more than seventy thousand people in it in northeastern Syria, some of the people running the camp told me that there are new arrivals all the time. And it's those new arrivals who are the most still radicalized that they've been saying in some cases that the head of ISIS abo- becquerel daddy ordered them to come to the camp that they will stay in the camp. But then Baghdadi and ISIS will take them out of the camp. So there is no one who does not believe that ISIS is still a threat those ones who will. Speak to you. Then what do they want to happen now, especially the ones who have come from outside, Iraq and Syria have the old discovered. A sudden enthusiasm for democratic G prosise. Yes. Well. It depends where they come from. So there was a group of women. I met Dutch women they want to go back. And some of them said we understand we broke the law. We want to stand trial. But it's our children were worried about they wanted their children to be handed over to their relatives. In many cases. These are very small children toddlers, really young the others. It depends again depends entirely where they come from a I met quite a few women from eastern Europe. And there was a Chinese woman. They are all terrified of being sent back to their countries because they believe they would be executed not only that they're even afraid to contact their relatives because even by contacting their relatives their relatives would end up in jail. They say so the ones who come from western countries tend to want to be sent back there. But as you know, the problem is these countries don't want to take them. They don't want to take them mostly for two reasons. One is it's really not clear how much evidence would carry over. If they were to stand trial in their own countries. And then the other thing is they could actually pose a danger if they can't be put on trial. They can't be prosecuted for things they may have done here. Then they will have to let them go, and they will be free in their own countries. So it's a dilemma you mentioned that there is some enthusiasm among the Syrian Kurdish leadership for the idea of an international tribunal have they talked at all about what they see as the scope of that they can't realistically intend to put tens of thousands of people on trial on the they can't know and by its very nature and international tribunal would have to be set up by the international community. And there isn't a whole lot of appetite for that for one thing the Kurdish leadership here is not internationally recognised. That's a big deal. And then these things will take years and years. There has been a move to send some of these fighters in any case from countries that don't want the. Back to Iraq and Iraq can prosecute them. If they've also been in Iraq because a lot of these fighters did come from Iraq from Mosul the foreign fighters, even when they were driven out of Mosul, they came to Syria, so they could be prosecuted in Iraq. Now, the problem there is those are not transparent trials, they're not run, according to international standards, and in a lot of cases, they do end up with the death penalty. That's one thing that the Kurds keep saying if you send these people to Iraq, they will be killed. So you have this dilemma of western countries that don't want their people back. Some of them are willing to send them to Iraq to be put on trial there. But they're sending them to Iraq with a full understanding that they're going to be put on trial and going to be held in conditions, which could very well include torture and result in the death
Algerians protest over entrenched autocracy
"Today. We're looking at the situation in ALgeria where mass demonstrations have broken out calling for the eighty two year old President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to leave office. It's all a bit reminiscent of the demonstrations that broke out almost a decade ago in neighboring Tunisia and that sparked the so-called Arab spring. So what's likely to happen? Now joining me the studios are Middle East editor Andrew England. And then the lines are correspondent have a salad who's covering the protests. Andrew festival as I mentioned ALgeria in a way, it's been an anomaly because it didn't get sucked into the last round of mass protests across the region, why this peculiar history, and why is it happening? Now, do you think if we go back to two thousand eleven the were protests in JIRA, but the government acted proactively to put them down. They lifted the state of emergency in February two thousand eleven they reduced cuts in subsidies and they worked quickly to. As the population. And so you difficult the scale that you got in other countries in Libya in Egypt and engineers, you say now protests have continued in now, Jerry, but they've been very localized. And they'd be very specific sort of local problems, a water problem electricity jobs that kind of thing the difference with this is on a mask L. It's nationwide. People are saying it's bigger than they've ever seen out to your bigger than in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when they have big protests, and it's all around one thing. And that one thing is the prison beautifully is seeking a fifth term. And it's not necessarily about him personally is more the question. The system is pushing him to stand for a fifth term when he's basically an ailing will chair bound president who's not even in the country. The moment we believe in Geneva getting medical treatment. So it's the whole notion is is the sense that Algerians being insulted by the ruling system saying, yes, we're going to push this eighty two year old onto for a fifth term, and that just seems to have been a step too far out here. And so we're seeing Jerry from all walks of life as I said take to the streets in towns cities. Across the country and really mobilized sort of a national sentiment against this, and beautifully ker has handed in his nomination papers. Someone did it for him because he's not in the country on Sunday, and the protests have continued so essentially against the system against the notion that somehow juries would accept having a president who's eighty two years old hasn't been seen in public for a longtime ready speaks at all in public and is in Seville. Yeah. But one of the reasons one of the theories as I understand it. Why Algieria was largely exempt lost time from the mass turmoil. Was that they had their own tragic civil war beforehand, two hundred thousand people died, and so was that also a reason why people are very wary of any outbreak of unrest because they've seen how tragically wrong it can go in the pause. I think our Jaren leaders have used that. And they've used that pasta. And as you say, you know, what happened in the nine hundred ninety s when they had an election in one thousand nine thousand one which was won by Islamists which the miniature then coun. Counselled which then triggered basically, a civil war that is fresh in the older generations minds, I think it's questionable how much role that played in two thousand eleven I mean, people that I've been speaking to tell me in two thousand eleven and it was called the angry poor working classes took to the streets. And it didn't have that national scope which we're seeing today.
Cowboys vs Saints: Previewing the Saints defense
"Gregg love and we have a good Thursday night matchup to break down. And that's absolutely the case tonight. Let's start saints Cowboys. What do you think about these teams? Obviously you watched them last week on thanksgiving. What's interesting to you about these teams in this match him? Well, I think what's interesting to me is is sort of a macro view of this game. Roth because now we're in an era in which people believed that the only way you can win in the league. And I guess what a Super Bowl is what a high powered offense that puts up a lot of points that the aerobically has the ability to put up forty any given week with the saints. We know can do that to Cowboys would not fit into that category. They're built old school. It's a run game coun- Dacian with a high level foundation back. It's an execution run game without much misdirection. And deception as we see with a lot of teams in the league. And it's a pretty basic pass game that by NFL standard. Would probably be considered somewhat remedial elementary. So to me, this sort of interesting point and not at this one game will decide one way or the other. But it's sort of interesting to me to think about it in a larger world view as to whether the Cowboys are theoretically built structurally to win a Super Bowl that kind of team. What do you think? I think they would their defense would have to be really really good. I think because I don't believe that offensively. They would be able to generate enough points. Now that again, if you defense is really really good, and you can win games twenty three twenty maybe twenty seven Twenty-three, then guess, but they're not built to get into a shootout. If that's what you believe is required to win meaningful playoff games and Super Bowls right now. I can't wait for the matchup. I I love watching the Cowboys defense right now. And I'm with you, Greg. The Cowboys might not be created. But it feels like what they're doing right now. It's kind of working. Well, yeah. I mean, people when singing mind they're also six and five we're not talking about a team. That's you know, nine and two. So they're they clearly have a distinct profile we talked about it. And that's the way they have to play. I mean, look it always helps your past game when you can throw six yard passes or fifteen yard passes that become long gains every team loves that. Because those are not high risk throws. Although I will say that I thought that the ninety are touchdown to Cooper was Prescott. Who was clearly Prescott. Best throw of the game versus the Redskins and one of his best of the season. Because I thought that he did such a good job with progression reading and then making a tight window throw. So I thought that was actually one of his best throws of the season. And how about Greg drew Brees throwing touchdown passes to four undrafted free agents that a lot of people have never even heard of. Yeah. That that's true. You know, breezes just a joy to watch for someone like myself because now again, we reached an era to where people talk about quarterbacks that have to be able to run around. And and I'm not going to sit here and tell you that that's not a good trait to have that time, but to watch a quarterback play at the level that he plays from the pocket with his understanding of what he's seeing before the snap. The ability to move and manipulate defenses after the snap and the accuracy with with Keith rose throw after throw is remarkable. But I think another thing that is kinda lost with the saints because
Cleveland Browns quarterbacks have refuge in training camp RV
"Lewis and Logan show The Browns are on. Hard knocks this season And it looks like. Baker Mayfield a rookie quarterback has an RV Training camp and the RV would be considered part of. His home, so he, can go in. There and escape the cameras interesting concept smart idea very smart idea I like that The, the, training Berea Ohio. That. Is correct? Yeah where's that It's it is. South, of downtown. Cleveland down seventy one south they hadn't, Columbus yeah but not but. Not, nearly that. That. Far, south it's, a, suburb of Cleveland oh it, is okay. Yeah Middleburg heights, Berea Strong's Bill that that area nice area. When you played Where'd you guys trae reinstate a, Berea Berea now we trained to Ken state of training camp but we are are home, during, the, regular season was. At. That facility Okay All. Right. Yeah Oh they're having training, camp there now that's the difference when? You were there attorney camp was, at. Kent state correct and a lot of teams practice at colleges back like the Broncos practice UNC and and, even before that if we're couns gotta be much better having training camp at, your home facility it's a lot easier for the players stay in a dorm room and you still stay in hotel room some of. The single guys but I mean you have much easier access. To your. Family Right Training camp back in the. Day you were so secluded in training camp went six. Weeks It was it was. A marathon today's in both practices in full pads, in, a lot of times full go so you think about how they. Treat players now I'm I'm happy for the players just a couple of minutes ago here what do you think about what Jerry Jones has been saying about the the anthem Yeah I find the way the NFL told him to stop. Talking about it has worked and now his son, is, is talking about a two are the I think it is Jerry. Jones way honestly of sending a message to Roger Goodell this is my idea that You know, you may have beat me in terms of me trying to get rid of you because. I did I tried to get rid of you, as the, Commissioner the league other owners said that's not. Going to happen Jerry stand down so I, did and it, cost me but I'm still not in your camp and I'll speak my mind whatever I want to and if you. Want to do something about it especially publicly let's have at, it because now he's not Jerry Jones is taking a very popular sites certainly in Dallas certainly the state of Texas because I. Would say the overwhelming majority of people there want the players to stand up so. He's, he's playing to me playing to the home crowd but it just illustrates the issues the league will have and trying to. Come up with some sort of resolution? To, this thing I don't know what that's going to be in a satisfactory way for. Either side yeah it looks like a mess that they just can't, figure out how to get out of, a couple of other football notes NFL related. The San Diego now sandy Geico the LA. Chargers, of had a couple of key injuries already Jason Brits down for the year and hunter Henry down for the year down. For the lost another tight. In, yesterday Thank backup down for. The year as well So chargers in, just a couple of days, of, practice, already, some holes. In the lineup goodness Virgil green you, don't you don't want to see anybody hurt but you would think that. May help his cause he's? With the chargers. Did they. Bring gates back not not yet not yet. Not yet to think he's probably coming back You know that Philip rivers wants him so Yeah And speaking of old players may become a, back Matt Holliday sign Matt Holliday to a minor, league delete thirty. Eight What where that's, going maybe, they want him to retire Iraq I don't know no I don't. Think it's that high I think the you know whether he's convinced them or whether he didn't have to convince them but I, think both sides have. An interest in, seeing, really what you have left in the tank. Sort of as a pinch hitter sort of role I don't know, Matt Matt had big years when he left here, he went to Oakland initially and that he went to say Lewis and he put a big numbers for the, car but I don't know what he has left, at thirty eight Josh Fogg former Rockies pitcher tweeted, today about that like hey I could probably throw, an inning Rockies if you wanna bring me back to yeah I don't know how will Josh Fogg is now but I did similar age did tweet out to the Cleveland. Browns hey you know I. Can run. A hitch, pattern and you don't have anybody. In the team that has better hands than I do now so that is very true. Damn straight you know you're going to catch the ball I, just can't get away from anybody anymore and you. Don't, wanna, take that big hit not really looking to take a little hit at this. Point On a little hill so Matt, Holliday almost a career three hundred hitter has over three hundred home, runs, over twelve, hundred RBI in over two thousand hits he's been a really I mean if it ended today he would have a really. Productive major league baseball career. That kid. I remember, seeing him in learning of him. When he was a quarterback in high school in Stillwater in fact he played for his. Dad and I think he went to the elite eleven camp Talent playing, quarterback and obviously picked the right career because look how long he's. Lasted make more money in baseball he's healthier that's for sure at thirty eight is still trying to. To play, baseball and we'll see how, that goes for him speaking of the Rockies Rockies tonight Against the cardinals Rockies are a game out of first. Place behind the dodgers in his hot is the Rockies have been the dodgers of injustice hot and the. Diamondbacks to they're, all three, of. Those, hanging hanging, right in their D-Backs a half game out Rockies are, one game out Rockies nineteen and five since. June twenty eighth, this is one of the best. Runs.
North Korea, Coun Yang and Washington discussed on 24 Hour News
"Pre staging equipment as well as providing potential medical support should anyone need it to support some of the international people that were potentially going to participate in this recovery effort group has been trapped in the watery caverns for more than two weeks the us says it has never changed its demand for full denuclearization by north korea as talks continue correspondent andrew stevens reports coun yang has accused washington of making gangster like moves some people say this is just a north korean negotiating tactic to kate the us thought of all on edge and maybe try and seek some concessions although the two principals and all this donald trump and kim jolan exchanged letters the north korean said that kim's letter included a line that he's still respected and trusted donald trump the state department is encouraging americans haiti the shelter in place amid unrest the us embassy in haiti ish issued a notice that us citizens should not leave their hotels or homes until further notice because of ongoing roadblocks and violence in response to a government ordered fuel price hike here's the quote from the state department which warns do not travel to the airport unless you confirmed your flight is departing flights are canceled today and the airport has limited food and water available telecommunication services including internet and.
"What's the big deal?" Trump supporter defends immigration crackdown
"Back were they all began the big weekend morning starting at six am stroll down memory lane with a music professor rob ray the songs jingles promotions and everything you remember about the legendary big big d is back only on the talk of connecticut fox news radio i'm steve rappaport the white house saying president trump's reversal of the family separation policy at the border is only temporary ira still has to step up they still have to do their job this will only last short amount of time because we're going to run out of space we're going to run out of resources in order to keep people together and we're asking congress to provide those resources and do their job press secretary sarah sanders the president tweeting earlier people caught at the border should be turned away wildfires in northern california threatening hundreds of homes and businesses to firing lake county has destroyed twenty two structures and forced roughly three thousand people to evacuate california's governor has declared a state of emergency in the coun and it's not the only fire burning one to the north into him a accounting has destroyed several homes and the sheriff in shasta county said they were dealing with several suspicious fire start fox's jessica rosenthal fox news we report you decide.