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"cricket game" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are breaking out I think this is very very important because one of the debates that's going on are are we late cycle about to go into a recession or are we are early cycle about to go into a new global growth cycle I'm in the latter camp the fact that semis are breaking out to new all -time highs is very very constructive so tech weeds but have you other segments like emerging markets for example which we are quite keen on emerging markets are just recaptured their 200 -day moving average you have the home builders doing well you have many parts of the market starting to pick up and sniff out the fact interest that rates are coming down inflation is coming down Fed is done and all that is constructed for the broader swarth of the market that's been laboring under the idea that rates are higher for longer Jay I suspect a lot of people watching you would totally agree with your technical analysis the handoff from one segment of the investors to another where they may push back is on the even more bullish call that you're going to handoff from positive to positive fundamentals so what makes you so sure that the economy will respond to the lower interest rate environment well I mean one thing Mohammed is you know what really drives stocks are earnings and we just came through Q3 and yes Q3 was better than expected first year over year earnings growth in several quarters but more importantly to us because we really believe you have to focus forward in today's markets and particularly with the narrative ping you pong guys were talking about a few minutes ago you know you have to have a view a vision a process and the fact that earnings for next year 2024 in the u .s. are double -digit and they have held in even with through Q3 in other words people did not mark down 2024 that's very very constructive and look we we just put out our 2024 outlook several weeks ago that October called surprise surprise and we laid out four macro surprises and I'll just mention to hear what is inflation comes down sooner than expected and faster than expected lower than expected rather so big drop faster than expected and we got a taste of that in the past week in the second place directly to what you folks were just talking about in terms of stability we believe we're on the cusp of macro stability we would point out that understanding the narrative ping -pong the VIX is under 15 the move index for Treasury is under 20 so there's a lot going on that we think is very positive and that the market is starting sniff to out and that makes us constructive not only through year end but into 2024 Jay typically when you're constructive you're thinking about the rest of the world am I here in tech in the United States right now? yeah yeah John I've converted we did add directly to US tech in our latest model portfolio updates that we did a couple weeks ago we have been long semis for pretty much the whole year so that space has been one we participated in and benefited in so yes we are believers that big tech the idea was that higher rates would hurt big tech because of the way people value large -term cash flows the reality of today is that big cap tech are money -making machines and they are printing top money of the on money they've already printed in terms of interest rates being at this level so tech is is a leader and i think can sustain that leadership but the rest of the world also offers a lot of opportunity because they have valuation in earnings growth us is capped by its valuation it's going to be earnings driven the rest of the world valuation and earnings growth so we really continue to favor the rest of the world particularly as i said emerging markets john what you just heard there from mister polosky i'm going to suggest is a minority opinion into this weekend coming into the end of the year the holiday season people can't fathom the tech will extend they can be constructive going into year end but constructive for the whole of next year i think it's a very different major outlook analysis j before you go i know you wanted to squeeze in a question for tk what is it yes indeed tom our two schools are going to meet on the field of football battle tomorrow and as a duke guy i always have wondered about this and so you're perfect guy to ask what the heck is a wahoo the while you know i i i look at the while and and i say i gotta talk to shenali basic because shenali basic is the bucknell wonder i mean she's encyclopedic on this and you know she's a bucknell grad that's a school in pennsylvania right this is i think it's football basketball or i'm really not sure which but the bucknell bisens taking on the duke blue devils padding the schedule plus when did these names come from whether these names come from it's tradition john this is a mama this is something really the difficult whole college football thing the college sports thing to john it's it might we college might as well be football to me is alabama lsu they're professional combines that's what it is to me i'm worried about cambridge cricket you know that's a real sport that's a real that's a very relaxing thing no you you haven't played cricket in the summer yet can have a couple of beers watching that tk sit there all day chill out very relaxing beer at a cricket game yeah in the stands not when you're playing it's british a thing you're playing mohammed jay thank you buddy jay pelosky there of tpw advisory you are just joining us equities right now positive by zero point two percent now the latest now the latest news from new york city and around the world here's michael bar tom thank you very much president joe biden signed the latest continuing resolution to keep the government open it will keep things running at least through
"cricket game" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Operating system comparison, even though it's a little far -fetched, because these foundational models can only do specific things, I mentioned copilot, chatbot, conversational interfaces, but actually if you think about it, it's a large variety of things that they are already offering, and over time I think there will be more capabilities added. How capex heavily is this sort of working on this stuff? Now that some stuff is up and running. Yeah, so for the startups, as I said, they don't need to train a model from scratch, so they don't need to buy thousands of chips from Nvidia. They can actually consume cloud capacity, make an API call to a foundational model, and add their domain specific functionality, which is not capex heavy. So granted, the training part is dominated. very capex But now we are past that stage. We are more at the stage of inferencing. People talking are about using the models on your phone, on your laptops. And that is where I think now the software element kicks in, and it won't be capex intensive. Where are we How long is a cricket game? It's not like nine innings. We have nine innings for baseball. I was gonna ask you, what inning are we in terms of AI, but I'm not sure if you're gonna get my baseball reference. So I was gonna flip over to a cricket reference. Are there innings in cricket? well, there are only two innings. Are we in the first or the second? And within that, I we think are in the very early stage of the first innings of cricket, if analogy. Alright, our thanks to Bloomberg Intelligence senior technology analyst Mandeep Singh. Great stuff. I love that. It's like second inning, third inning. Anyway, coming up in the program, will more deliveries help Boeing's equity outlook fly high? You're listening to Bloomberg Intelligence Bloomberg on Radio. Providing in -depth research and data on 2 ,000 companies and 130 industries. You can access Bloomberg Intelligence via BI Go on the terminal. I'm Paul Sweeney. And I'm Alex Steele, and this is Bloomberg. Missed your favorite Bloomberg Radio show? Bloomberg Business Week, Masters in Business, Bloomberg Intelligence and more are also available as podcasts. Listen today on Apple, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. This is a Bloomberg Money Minute. It's too early to say at this point whether the corporate world's reaction to the rapid growth and demand for weight loss drugs is an overreaction. That possibility is front and center as more industries try to forecast the impact of dramatically less calorie intake by millions of us. This whole weight loss trend really kicks on. It really has a lot of implications for a lot of sectors. Bloomberg
"cricket game" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"They that are already offering and over time I think there will be more capabilities added how how heavily capex is this industry when they're sort of working on this stuff now that some stuff is up and running yeah so for the startups as I said they don't need to train a model from scratch right so they don't need to buy thousands of chips from Nvidia they can actually consume cloud capacity make an API call to a foundational model and add their domain specific functionality which is not capex heavy so granted the training part is a very capex dominated but now we are past that stage we are more at the state of inferencing people are talking about using the models on your phone on your laptops and and that is where I think now the software element kicks in and it won't be capex intensive where are we in how long is a cricket game it's not like nine innings we have nine innings for baseball I was gonna ask you what inning are we in terms of AI but I'm not sure if you're gonna get my baseball reference so I was gonna flip over to a cricket are there innings in cricket well there are only two innings are we in the first or the second and within that I think we are in the very early stage of the first innings of cricket if you want to use that analogy all right our thanks to Bloomberg Intelligence senior technology analyst Mandeep Singh great stuff I love that it's like second inning third inning anyway coming up in the program will more deliveries help Boeing's equity outlook lie high you're listening to Bloomberg Intelligence on Bloomberg Radio providing in -depth research and data on two thousand companies in 130 industries you can access Bloomberg Intelligence via BI go on the terminal I'm Paul Sweeney and I'm Alex Steele and Bloomberg. Global market news changes in an instant don't miss a minute listen to Bloomberg Radio anytime anywhere around the world on the iHeartRadio app tune in the Bloomberg Business app and Bloomberg .com this is a Bloomberg Money Minute. A Federal Reserve study finds the average household to be able to afford an unexpected $400 expense. Alia Duda of Lending Club says emergency expenses cost way more than that that figure has remained the same for ten years and it doesn't accurately reflect today's current customer experience so what that unexpected emergencies are
"cricket game" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And it seemed to add credence to this idea that maybe the Fed can engineer a soft landing retail sales for August and August producer prices with rising by more than forecast. We had yields pushing higher right across the Treasury curve. We got a ten year at now about 428 pretty much where we were at the end of New York trading. A two year now that is five percent on the nose. Oil prices though remain elevated with WTI above 90 a barrel and the Brent contract right now at 94 bucks. We're going to take another look at market action for you in about fifteen minutes. Let's begin right now by looking at the day's big IPO. Arm Holdings, British chip the designer made a splash with its Wall Street debut. Shares were up twenty five percent. Arm raised a little more than 4 .8 billion dollars in the biggest IPO of the year. Arm EO Rene Haas told us what the current boom in artificial intelligence means for the company. AI AI is everywhere and if it's your edge device like the assistant or the Alexa or your autonomous vehicle that's all AI and and now we're seeing it in the cloud the data center with all the growth of Nvidia. Nvidia one announcing of their newest products Grace Hopper that is based on Arm. So Arm is everywhere relative to AI. That is Arm CEO Rene Haas we move next to Disney we are hearing the company has had exploratory talks about selling the ABC network and some ABC TV stations to Nexstar Media Group. We were told these discussions are preliminary our source is saying that Nexstar would only be interested at the right price. Here's Bloomberg's Chris Palmieri. Rumors a about deal like this have been going on quite a while you know the difference is you know we saw in July Bob Iker coming out and saying hey you know this is probably a business we don't want to be in long term the legacy media networks we know they've basically been up sale. for That is Bloomberg's Chris Palmieri now Disney saying no decision has been made on selling ABC and the company is open to options so we also have this as it relates to Walt Disney the company is cutting its target for subscriber growth in 2024. This would be for the Disney Plus streaming service the company is now expecting to fall short by tens of millions of subscribers. The Disney Plus has been losing customers largely due to price increases it's also been impacted by collapsing demand in India in particular that occurred after Disney failed to win rights to cricket games. Well tonight we could be looking at a strike by the UAW union president Sean Fain is preparing to hit all three Detroit car makers with targeted walkouts at strategic locations in several states even so a work stoppage could still be avoided however it does not look that way at this point the UAW along with GM Ford and Stellantis are approaching the deadline to agree on a new contract here's Bloomberg's David Welch. The vibe coming out of the union right now is there The president is itching to strike he says he's not but he's making plans the rhetoric is still really strong against the car companies against rich executives all that stuff so he's getting people riled up he says they're doesn't far apart sound like they are if you look at the numbers so I think they will and um look it could go on for a while I don't think it'll be something like months but I could see straight going on for weeks and it could vary by car company too that is bloomberg's david welch now if no agreement is reached this could be the first time the union takes action against all three car companies at the same time union president sean fein will be holding a press conference tonight via youtube 10 pm wall street time and we'll have that coverage for you here on bloomberg we go china to next where economic activity likely shows or will show improvement in the month of bloomberg's joanne wong official data due friday will provide the most comprehensive view yet of whether the economy is close to a turnaround economists surveyed by bloomberg say figures for retail sales and industrial production are expected to show year -on -year growth in august the gain in retail sales is likely a result of a busy summer travel season real estate however may have remained a significant overhang a spread of home sales in big cities recorded immediately after stimulus measures has since lost traction the national bureau of statistics is expected to release august economic data friday at ten a .m. local time in singapore i'm joanne wong bloomberg radio we go to europe next where the european central bank raised interest traits today by twenty five basis points it's the ten consecutive rate hike and e c b president christine legard said she cannot yet say that rates have peaked inflation continues to decline but is still expected to remain too high for too long we are determined and to ensure that inflation returns to a two percent medium -term target in a timely manner that that is uh... christine legard the president of the e c b we had some word weakness in the euro today curiously dollars six forty at the moment daybreak asia and an update on global news is next as we've been reporting we shall find out a lot more tonight about the u eight w's plans for that labor dispute uh... we're going to get uh... a conference at ten p m not wall street time bloomberg said baxter is also covering the story with an eye toward the white house let's get to uh... the newsroom your dog got will can president joe biden get involved in the u eight w uh... and auto uh... industry labor dispute well bloomberg's gabriel copula says he has imaged himself as a friend of the middle class and organized later but this one i think that you know he's not limited in what he can do you know both glee and you know uh... but uh... i think he can he can't you know he what he the needs success of the auto makers just as much right because if the auto makers don't have a deal that's in a bowl and they're not going to support these jobs of the future and a sad reality ford c e o jim farley says things are not moving what the u eight w is offering us is a choice between going out of business and bankruptcy again the workers are set to target strike at midnight unless there is an eleventh hour or some kind of thing that can put it off but so we'll have it live and you're covered here on bloomberg a couple headlines moving moving up on the bloomberg terminal first that uh... u s secretary of state anthony blinkin says he and japan's foreign minister discovered uh...
"cricket game" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And it seemed to kind of underscore this idea that maybe the Fed can be successful in engineering a flat landing. U .S. retail sales, producer prices, both readings for the month of August were ahead of forecast. And then if you look at the latest read from the Atlanta Fed, this is the GDP now model. It's a bit of a forecaster, right? It shows that U .S. U .S. growth, we'll pull back a bit in the third quarter from a rate that was forecast just a week ago 5 at .6 % down to 4 .9%. So yes, consistent with this narrative on the market. Thank you. Today we had treasury yields moving up right across the curve. At the long end, the 10 -year was up more than 3 basis points to 4 .28. At the shorter end, the 2 -year was About up 4 basis points to 5 .01%. And then when you look at the trends unfold like this, the Dow Industrial Average up 1 % today. The S &P was higher by more than 0 0 .08 % and the NASDAQ composite better by around 0 .08 % as well. We'll take another look at market action for you in about 15 minutes. We were talking a moment ago about the debut of Arm Holdings. This the is IPO of the British chip designer controlled by SoftBank. Shares jumped 25 % on their first day. Arm raised more than 4 .8 billion dollars in largest the IPO of the year. CEO Rene Haas told us what the current boom in artificial intelligence means for Arm. AI is everywhere and if it's your edge device like the assistant or the Alexa or your autonomous vehicle that's all AI and and now we're seeing in it the cloud in the data center with all the growth of Nvidia. Nvidia announcing one of their newest products Grace Hopper that is based on Arm. So Arm is everywhere relative to AI. That is Arm CEO Rene Haas. We go to Disney next. We hearing the company has held exploratory talks about selling the ABC network and some ABC TV stations to Nexstar Media Group. Now we are told these discussions are preliminary. Sources telling us Nexstar would only be interested at the right price. Here's Bloomberg's Chris Palmieri. About a deal like this have been going on quite a while. You know, the difference is, you know, we saw in July Bob Eicher coming out and saying, hey, you know, this is probably a business we don't want to be in long term, the legacy media networks. We know they've basically been up for sale. That is Bloomberg's Chris Palmieri. By the way, Disney said no that decision has been made on selling ABC. The company is still open to options. Now separately, we are hearing that Disney is reducing its target for subscribers for 2024. That would be for the Disney Plus streaming service. Disney is now expecting to fall short by tens of millions of subscribers. Disney Plus has been losing customers as a result of some price increases. It's also been impacted by collapsing demand in India. That's after the company failed to win rights for streaming of cricket games. We go next to the UAW you Yes, we're going to hear tonight from Sean Fain, the president of the UAW. He's preparing to hit all three Detroit car makers with targeted walkouts at strategic locations in several states. A work stoppage? Well, that could be avoided. However, the UAW and GM and Ford and Atlantis are approaching a deadline to agree on a new contract. Here's Bloomberg's David Welch. The vibe coming out of the union right now is there. The president is itching to strike. He says he's not, but he's making plans. The rhetoric is still really strong against the car companies, against rich executives and all that stuff. He's getting people riled up. He says they're far apart. It doesn't sound like they are if you look the at numbers. I think they will. It could go on for a while. I don't think it will be something like three months, but I could see a strike going on for weeks, and it could vary by car company too. That is Bloomberg's David Welch. By the way, if no agreement is reached, this could be the first time the union takes action against all three at the same time. Sean Fain, I mentioned it being the head of the UAW. He's going to hold a press conference at 10 p .m. Wall Street time tonight. We go next to China where the central bank has reduced the reserve requirements for a time second this year. The story from Bloomberg's Yvonne Mann in Hong Kong. The People's Bank of China has lowered the triple R for most banks by 25 basis points. The weighted average triple R for banks will be 7 .4 % after the reduction. And economists say a triple R cut was expected because of the large amount of special bond supply set to hit the market this month. The central bank said the cut will help maintain reasonably of relatively ample liquidity in the banking system. Economists estimate the reduction could free up 55 to 69 billion dollars. Bloomberg economics say the PBOC could still trim its policy rate by 10 basis points later on today, but the consensus is for a hold at 2 .5%. In Hong Kong, I'm Yvonne Mann, Bloomberg Radio. Earlier today, the European Central Bank raised its key interest rate for tenth consecutive time and ECB President Christine Lagarde said she can't yet say that rates have peaked. Inflation continues to decline but is still expected to remain too high for too long. We are determined to ensure that inflation returns to our 2 % medium term target in a timely manner. That is ECB President Christine Lagarde. The euro curiously weakened a bit today right now at $1 .640 against the greenback. Let's check Global News next. And as we have been reporting, we shall find out more tonight about what the UAW is planning to do in this labor dispute with the big three. There will be a 10 pm Eastern Time press conference or at least statement from UAW President Sean Fain. Let's get to Ed Baxter in the Global Newsroom. Thank you. That's right, Doug. Will can President Joe Biden get involved in that labor dispute? That is a question that is way out there today. Bloomberg's Gabriel Coppola says he's managed to imaged himself as a friend of the middle class in organized labor.
"cricket game" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"They're expanding the college football playoffs. Some teams are going to play 16 games. You could conceivably play 17 games. So there are sensitive to that. And so they're expanding the season. There's more answer certain teams by taking the plays out. It's not how many games you play. It's like pitching, right? So how many so many pitches you broke? So it's sort of a dual dual thing on that that they're going to take some plays out. It should be and it should, I don't know, fans are college football fans are very passionate, they're not looking for less college. Football, but others, the more casual viewer is going to be more interested probably in a three minute three hour ten minute game than a three hour 45 minute game. And then what about any seismic shifts in conferences, things of that nature? I know that the pact are always rumbling. I know that. I mean, PAC 12 still has a TV deal to maybe land or not. Dion's there now. Does that make it more interesting for television package that prime is now there in Colorado? Is there any other conference seismic shifts that are in the ether that you can give us a heads up on prime does not hurt? Well, there's no question about that. He should generate some interest. Of course, you're signing a multiyear deal and you have no idea how long Deion Sanders will coach Colorado. There's no guarantee. It's not tied to that. You tie in Colorado, but you wouldn't be able to assure that Deion Sanders is there. But he certainly does not help. And he brings a lot of excitement to me. What the PAC 12 deal looks like is going to be important. The big 12 is ready to take from the pack 12. And if this deal is not financially competitive with what the big 12 can offer and in terms of exposure, how much is on streaming, streaming my pay, but for recruiting and promotional purposes, you need to be on over the air cable or something that kids are seeing. Not logging into something. So it's a dual track there for the pack 12. They need to come up with a good competitive program and I think everybody in the PAC 12 wants to stay together, but if not, the big 12 is sitting there, certainly Oregon and Washington are very desirable programs, the Big Ten right now has said they're not going to expand anymore, but that can all change. But even what they call the corner schools, Arizona, Arizona state, Utah and Colorado. The big 12 would love to add those ones. And does that if they can sit there and say, hey, you'll make more money to be on TV more come here. So this deal is almost every late June. There's some huge Oklahoma Texas go to the SEC two years ago. USC UCLA go to the Big Ten last year, does this go up? Everyone's waiting on that PAC 12 deal and it's impossible to predict what would happen until that gets done. Dan, thanks for the time, greatly appreciate it. Very eye opening column, everyone should go check out on Yahoo sports as everything that you write. I appreciate it. Thanks for the time. Right back at you. That's Dan wetzel columnist of Yahoo sports right here. 8 four four two O four rich is the number to die. We have some interesting phone calls. It's amazing when the phone lines work what happens. Oh yeah, this one's going to be really good. I could see who was first and first up on this program. We're going to get some questions answered. I've been I've been waiting to get answers since the draft. That's next. Dennis Allen of the saints and my power rankings of the top ten schedule reveal games still to come. The boys of summer are playing on the believe podcast from product of baseball is much more watchable. Get your baseball fix from podcasts, like wake and rake, farm to show, and ring the bell. He's not really hitting both through the screws. Plus, local podcasts, like believe it Astros, and believe in The Bronx. You're gonna have to get some more innings out of the rotation. Just search. BLE AV podcast wherever you listen. Back here on the rich on and show you we just showed to our Roku channel audience and interview I had one of the many that I've had with Dion throughout the years. I know numbers coming in. 10% of the Vegas bets are on. Colorado to win the national show. That's crazy. As much as I love Dion and his powers of persuasion and his powers of communication. Unless he's going to field, he's already field wanting one of him, like that. He's actual son. You know, unless he's fielding honestly 22 of him, 11 on each side. I get it. Just saying. Because that team had one win. I know they were the worst. So to say to say he's going to go and win the college national champion, if Deion Sanders coaches Colorado to the national championship, this coming season, it would be a top 5 sports story ever. On Planet Earth. Yeah. I mean, miracle on ice conclude everything. You include the world, the globe. Anywhere. On the globe. And obviously I'm not well versed in the cricket game or any top 5 anyway. In any sport, he takes Colorado
"cricket game" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Cricket. I don't know whether you're a big fan of cricket, but in the 1990s. Oh, okay. Well, that's not so much that I just like it. I just don't find it appealing. My uncle Brendan is a massive cricket fan. And whenever he's here, he takes over the sitting room and it's just Sky Sports cricket all day long and I just leave him to say, all right, doctor Brenda and I you go watch that away just doesn't appeal to me. But I have lots of friends who love it and love it dearly and I do know that it has some fans aren't on board with everything they've done, but some of the stuff they've done has really revitalized the sport. Exactly, exactly. So basically in the 1990s, cricket was a very sleepy sport. It was the kind of sport that country club men played. The county championships had the most minimal of audiences and the only real team of national note was the English national team. And then they worked the national initiative, not an individual pitch or an individual club, the national initiative, the national body said, okay. This isn't working. The sport is on the decline and we need to do things differently. And first of all, it started out as fairly small things. So again, they got the players to walk out some music to build excitement in the stadium. The teams became brands rather than just groups of players. And they started wearing colors rather than just white, they changed the cricket ball to make it white so that it could be played at night so people could go and watch cricket after work. And as these things became more successful, they then started introducing new formats, like the T 20s, and last year they introduced something called the 100, which was enormously successful, and basically what the 100 is is the way that cricket games are played. Is that you have an over. Now an over is 6 balls. But obviously, if you're a non cricket fan, you're not going to understand that you're not going to know that. So they made the a hundred to appeal to non cricket fans and they said, okay, the a hundred is going to be very simply 100 balls. We're going to throw 100 balls, and that's how the 100 is going to work. And that's how we're going to attract new fans to our sport. A new and exciting format, a change that people can actually see. And there are some cricket tradition lists that don't like it. They say, well, why should we? Why should we do this? Why should we do that? But notice that they haven't actually abandoned the sport. You don't see stadiums full of no players and no fans, completely empty stadiums because all of a sudden they've introduced this 100. You don't see that. People have it abandoned the sport. They just don't go to 100. And that's okay, because again, it's a recognition that you can't appeal
"cricket game" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"A little bit like moving next to western springs and then complaining about the noise. Or moving next to Eden park and been crossed that there are. I'll tell you what, you know, rugby games there in cricket games and concerts. One of the most annoying subjects of law you can ever discuss to study is the law of nuisance, where people move that the couple who moved next to the cricket ground and then managed to close the cricket ground because they didn't like cricket balls coming over the fence. Very irritating cases on nuisance. And not quite on the topic, but I just said, no, no, and I liked it. I know. Especially because it had the weird cricket in it. Yeah. And thank you for doing that. Yeah, people always make it like a rugby example. And that's not right. Andrew, what do you think? Yeah, yeah. I'm a dairy farmer from the white cat. And I think it's good news. We've been waiting for years for them to come down on us. There's more and more people in the world is more and more people in New Zealand and they have to eat that food has to be produced on the farm that we have. So we need every available if day to do that. I rang up because I've just done a Postgres certificate at Lincoln university on the greenhouse gas emissions of urban sport. Dairy farmers, we measure our every year, we do about ten tons per hectare of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions. Actually, a hit there real subdivision does 15 to 25 tons of carbon dioxide emissions. So if you convert and hit their family to even development, you produce nearly twice as much carbon dioxide and there's going against the government ambition to bring out emissions down over time. So the jumping on the boat a bit light, elections coming up next year. We're trying to make some people happy, but up until now they've been fighting him. First of all, more and more houses. So I don't know, where's the center? I come from. It's a good thing, but it's a bit different. I don't know if it's a turnaround because it's been in the works since 2017. It's more it's more that it's more that we build those houses. Those houses still need to be billed. But you shouldn't be building them on the most fertile soils. In terms of vacation, those are passing at the moment, having a bit of trouble because people don't want to trade story houses next door to them, but that's the same sort of thing. Yeah. I mean, it's all about the balance. Look, I think, I think it's top of the words out of my mouth. It's about the other side of the coin as intensification, but it's not like Auckland, really. I mean, I'm just thinking of Auckland, there are other parts of the country that are involved in this legislation. But it's not like Auckland really is to sprawl any further. We've just got to make sure we get the rules right. So it doesn't need a sprawling any further. As is most of us learned in school, maybe decades ago that Auckland is one of the largest cities in the world in terms of the number of square kilometers. Certainly not in terms of population though. They just said that you know and thanks for the call, Andrew, that the main food production areas in New Zealand, which are susceptible to having had highly fertile soils converted into housing are Auckland, waikato, hawks bay, horror fenua, and Canterbury, those are the main hotspots. All right, rep repping that one up at 21 minutes to four when we come back. Jason walls is out on the streets of New York City. But it's not the New York of the 1970s bevo. There's a lot safer now. It's actually a lot safer. So not too many jokes about getting mugged on Times Square. No, but who knows? But the thing is, that Times Square where Jason Walsh is, is so brightly lit at night, of course it is nighttime there right now and Jason Walsh will be joining us in just a moment. He is going to be talking. Not so much about Times Square, but more to do with the UN General Assembly, the p.m. will be in New York talking about the Christchurch called summer alongside French president Emmanuel Macron, and of course getting there on the New Zealand. They're trying to 16 hours. Can you believe it? Direct Auckland to New York. Yeah, I wonder if they flew and posh class or not. I don't know, what do you do when you're a journalist? I would have thought he'd be up the front of the plane. You got to keep the media happy, don't you? You don't go anywhere unless it's first class if you're riding for travel. You'll be like, I'm not getting out of bed for less than first class. That is not true. We will be back in just a moment. At this new sort you'd be at 20 minutes now to four. MVP's bonus days are back at Lowe's. Right now, get a special bogo offer from Bosch. By select Bosch 18 Volt bear tool, get a battery free. Shop savings on all of our top pro items. 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"cricket game" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Minute of those goings on In San Francisco I met Baxter this is Bloomberg Thanks Ed 38 minutes pass the hour time for global sports And Dan Schwartzman joins us Dan Viacom wins digital rights to the cricket games Yeah they've spent a fortune here Julie at Viacom 18 has just beaten out the opposition for the digital rights paying $2.6 billion that's 205 billion rupees it'll cover the next 5 years Disney by the way has the TV broadcast rights They paid $3 billion for those privileges think about how much money is spent on cricket with such a large population in India Meanwhile elsewhere when you look at what is going on in the world of soccer how about this The Portuguese club Benfica announcing they have agreed to the €100 million transfer of star four Darwin Nunez to Liverpool with an initial fee of 75 million with 25 million more as add ons The 22 year old is coming off a season of scoring 34 goals in 41 appearances in all competitions For the reds the transfer mount is a club record it far exceeds the 76.2 million pounds they paid to Southampton back in 2018 for Virgil van DIJK There's a new number one in men's tennis Daniel Medvedev taken over the top spot from Novak Djokovic just two weeks before Wimbledon which Medvedev is barred from playing in due to Russia's war in Ukraine Djokovic falls to third in the rankings also behind Alexander zverev Game 5 of the NBA Finals tipping off in about 25 minutes or so the Golden State Warriors hosting the Boston Celtics the series is tied at two games apiece warriors coming off a game four win in Boston one O 7 to 97 Steph Curry leading all scores in that one with 43 points I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update back to you Juliet Thanks so much Dan Coming up we're gonna chat about this market solo for seeing with Mark cranfield Bloomberg and live strategist here in Singapore We mentioned U.S. stock sinking into a bamboo couldn't beat their surge in bond yields We've got these growing expectations of sharper rate hikes from the fed and we're seeing all that weakness play through into the bond and equity markets here in Asia to Australia's a 6 200 playing catch up after being closed yesterday down four and a half percent The yield on Australia's 5 year note is up 38 basis points This is Bloomberg Have you heard the term concierge medicine and.
"cricket game" Discussed on The Free Agents
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"cricket game" Discussed on Conversations
"Micro groove records slurring vented out about forty nine fifty is a real pays essentially with the applying records vital to made the interest was the seven inch with a big hole in the middle. We hadn't produced here in stride yet. But i'd a boy called dick mobely. Who came from san francisco and dick mabley us to get them from america and give them to me so for the last. I ten years in the brisbane. I was zandi person. Playing records were not released in stride like the purple people. Either one but the latest hits from america. It used to take the record companies about a year to roy samir. Here i was playing them and sending all the opposition crazy because they couldn't get hold the records and that's i built my reputation. I became fortunately very successful. And why am i. Sponsors in fact sponsors a session down onto you in sydney everything tonight. And that's what brought me to sydney eventually so when you come to sydney this is random at the same time. The top forty format was introduced as a matter of fact. That's exactly what brought me to sydney and nine hundred fifty eight. I had a phone call from the sales manager. I'd been doing this radio program onto you. We once a week and he told me that we're going to stop the top forty. How did you then start doing television. When that was introduced. Bob bruce skin joel. I was actually the first man to introduce tillerson television channel nine. I was to do it tonight show. They've been very successful in america. And i guess very cheap frank. Packer didn't like it. Peck around station. He loved his telegraphy. Nwf long before rupert murdoch border and that was his great love pop. Music too didn't he. Frank packer hated pop. Music bills hated the fact that he couldn't control what was going on. In fact i think the second show. I did couple of american comedians. Who are administrator. At the time they had been sponsored by the daily mirror to go out to a cricket game so in my very second show with telegraph on my desk. I said i believe you would add to see the cricket. What americans now about that. And they said to me are the daily mirror centers out and i said you mind not mentioning the daily mirror because we the telegraph station. I went to all the newspapers. Frank petco wanted to take the show off the air immediately. I any lasted ten shows. But i did make one rule that i wonder jeff have conducted the orchestra. Here's a friend of mine. He'd come from england he got the contract. I lasted ten shows. He loves to thirty eight years at the station. Transistor radios were coming into the market at that time was linked the arrival of transistor radios to top forty format in the kind of radio. You making i think so yes. It's a matter of fact. I have a recording of an interview. I did with a young fellow called. Barry gibb the geez.
"cricket game" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The United States, so really, my sympathies. But is there anything you would like to say to pay tribute to your mama to talk about that context? Well, you put it exactly right in terms of how I felt, which was helpless because you know, at some level I mean, my mother had had a very rich life. She had Had a wonderful career and journalism, social work education. She had kids whom she adored grandkids whom she adored. And she was 85 as you say, and, um so you know, it was it was It's hard to mean there's appointed which in your life, you know, maybe maybe it's It's okay that that the two you know that you have that that you're going to pass away, but To me. The hardest part of it was not that it was the fact that here she was going into hospital. I couldn't fly there. I couldn't be there. I couldn't you know, mourn her death. I couldn't bury her. My kids have gone to India every year off their lives. Because Christmas we go and visit the grandmother. And I couldn't take them for this final trip. Way they would have a chance to, you know, to pay their final respects to, you know, to kind of closer a circle. I found that the most the most, um Deeply tragic part. I found a strangely you know if somebody had said to me, Okay, Your mother's going to diet 85 should have lived a great life and here's but you'll be able to do all those things. You will feel very different and I still feel The whole thing is incomplete. I feel like I never thought of myself as somebody who needed psychological closure. But I now realize why, you know, in every tradition. There is something like A shiver and a kaddish in the You know, there is something like that. And you know that's that's in the jury situation. The wake, you know, there's always something like that, and I didn't get to do that. That's my greatest sadness. Yeah, and again. I definitely feel for you on this. I was shocked to read it when I saw it in the press and you know, because it's you. And about India as a whole. Why do you think the virus is making a late surge after pretty successful containment for a long time at first? You know, I think this is a case that really dwells on the central thesis in my book, which is state capacity government capacity. The Indian government doesn't function very well to the extent that people have Thought about the rise of India and heard about it. It's really all a story of the private sector in the Indian state is dysfunctional. It's corrupt. It's it's also very weak, collects almost no taxes, and you know there's all kinds of problems with it. Public health wise, It's particularly bad. India has the slowest number of hospital beds bull capital of any major developing country off any major third world country, let alone You know what? Comparing it to America, So there was always a danger that this would happen. It crushed the third, the first wave really, because motive quite surprisingly, enacted a remarkably strict lockdown. I mean, it was it was draconian. I remember talking to friends of mine relatives of mine. They said grocery stores had closed. Pharmacies have closed because the lockdown was so absolute that people didn't you know nobody wanted to be on the wrong side of it. So they all but with took the safer route, which was to shut down millions and mill towns of millions of people thrown into unemployment, But It did. It did crush the wave. Then motive. Does the prime minister of India gets very, uh, Overconfident believes that you know, he's a genius believes that maybe Indians are naturally immune or something. And, most importantly, he wants to campaign because they're big elections coming up. And so he opens up everything. And you know, India has enough of the rule of law that if you say I want to hold campaign rallies, which have 50,000 people Well, then you've got to allow cricket games which have 50,000 people, Then you've got to allow religious ceremonies. Which have hundreds of thousands of people, so all that opened up And it really is a case of you know, it's a much, much larger version of what happened in France. For example, when in August everyone went, it turns out, you know, everybody thinks that when the numbers go down there special that's a good lesson for us in life. You know when when something happens. You always think you especially in your unique and you stopped doing the very determined measures. That made it happen, which were not that you especially unique but that you were wearing masks that he was socially distancing. And as we left all those restrictions here, we will see what comes to pass. But to witness we have those we have a massive vaccination, which you really have to give the Biden administration credit for. So of course I'm worried, Brian, but We are, you know, in places like New York City, where at 50. 60% of the population is vaccinated 20 to 30% had covered. So you're I mean, who knows what herd immunity is? 80% of the population is that has antibodies. I I I'm cautiously optimistic and so to this excruciating ethical question that relates. I saw a headline in the Hindustan Times this morning. US will share 80 million spare vaccine doses. Spare vaccine makes it sound like we don't need him. But President Biden says in the headline. India may benefit The end of the headline, But the story goes on to say it's unknown. How many of those doses India will get? End of which vaccines as opposed to what other countries will get. And I'm curious if you think the U. S is doing enough Or the global ethics of things like getting American Children vaccinated. Whoever wants to look away from the safety of their own Children. It's a hard thing to ask of anybody. But they are generally a low risk group for serious effects. While India has a 2% adult vaccination rate, I think I read or something to 10 to 2 to 10% something crazy low and is in this crisis. On. You Ask a very good question, And I think I think that the answer is we should be doing more. And I'm actually a bit surprised that the Biden administration is not Taking this opportunity to assert American leadership and an area where the United States has always been the global leader of the whole idea of international public health, Global public health. Is an American idea that allow the major international global health movements going back to the 18 nineties were either founded by Americans or the United in Isis was an absolutely key founding member, including the W H O So this is a case where the United States could really show that we're back. We're engaged, and it's a classic case of enlightened self interest. People will benefit enormously There will be they will see America and in a good light, but it also helps us because you can't really get the world back to normal. Can't get global travel back to normal trade back to normal without mostly everyone being vaccinated. No, it doesn't. Everybody doesn't have to be. But we have to have a major push. And so I think that part of what's going on here is The Biden administration is worried about being criticized. But you know by the America first, there's by essentially Donald Trump and his allies because the minute he does something, he president Biden does something that looks like it's Altruistic. You know what's gonna happen? People like Trump are going to say. Wait a minute. What about Americans? I mean, the truth is, there are now more than enough vaccines for Americans. The problem we're facing is not supply. It is vaccine hesitancy, and we should keep pushing it was you keep educating people. But the point is, we have enough vaccines for Americans. We were now clearly building up surplus capacity on Gui could easily get through a series of smaller measures, whether it's relaxing export controls or suspending patents for a bedroom in those technicalities don't matter. The point is We have the capacity to flood the world with vaccines, and I think it would be a perfect opportunity for America's show. We're back on the world stage. We care about the fate of the world on Gui understand there are own fate is wrapped up with the fate of the world. We're going to take a one minute break. Then we're gonna come back and turn the page with Fareed Zakaria and talk about his CNN special report. This week called the radical rebellion the transformation of the GOP. This is going to include folks a very rarely heard clip of Jackie Robinson. Announcing in 1964 that he was leaving the Republican Party. Did you know Jackie Robinson was a Republican? So that's gonna be 10 seconds of our conversation coming up. And your calls. Welcome for Fareed Zakaria joined the conversation about virtuous and vicious cycles and more 646435 70 to 80. Did you see his CNN special this weekend on the transformation of the GOP or anything else we've been talking about. 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"cricket game" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"Always wanted to be in sports shade. It didn't think you would happen this way. I heard i took given debbie stone. Everyone's everyone at cricket games time magazine better over on the real upset at the us open. Most people told me. I should go to prison or stews. Data's i landed the chicken and then do right and then trip chip chip chip been a view. Show with tim. Hansen came all my hand roy. Welcome to one eight hundred alcohol. I know what abortion smells like. Did you know abortion even had a smell pack here with you to start a new week of programs that thank you all for joining me today. You know when. I became obsessed with a new you tarred. I really fall hard. Apparently i'm all in with this devon. Sweney thing he's fascinating. Jimmy much like meade is fascinating. There's just so many layers in facets. I was listening back to the friday show. Because i'm a narcissist no. Well yes but. That's not why. I was listening apple. Podcasts has this thing now. I don't know if you guys use the apple podcast app but now all shows are being delayed like two hours after they've been posted it's super annoying because typically when i post a show i like to go into the podcast app and make sure it's there and it's playing and it works. I'm not gonna wait around hours for the apple podcast app so now i just use overcast anyway. I heard something back on friday show. That was interesting. That i didn't pick up on before and now it's all i hear. I'm gonna play you a clip from friday show. Tell me if you heard this when you listen to podcasts size. And they commit and colleague plea he got all of those names wrong nikki. Manashi got he was pretty close. But my lease.
"cricket game" Discussed on DeaconLive
"To get on board with. You know when they show the world of the future. You're like you can do this without touching you. Don't need money you need. Everyone can be micro-chipped or you can get this a lot of people twenty years ago thirty years ago. Yeah i'd like to do all that and not have to touch worry about anything. I can take my grocery cart and just pass right through the line at knows everything my grocery cart scans it knows. Why am i can just walk out at it. Pays for my account and then the older we get back then. We realized that big brother trying to step in and control our lives in conspiracy. This conspiracy that corona microchips cysts are following us. Stimulus checks can this any other trigger words to get any anyone out there riled up and leave a message here on the deacon lob pong one of the biggest employers in florida. I'm a florida boy. Born and raised. I was born in orlando florida. Lived over many years and then we moved up here to a beautiful town. We like to come marshall which is just outside of charlotte north carolina. That's where we broadcast. Live podcast so. I'm strong ties in the florida area. I always liked to see what's going on in florida. The most beautiful place in the world and the most magical place in the world is stepping up their technology game. And what they're doing is as of this past tuesday disneyworld says they will begin testing facial recognition technology for one month at the magic kingdom. Starting this past tuesday disney said the titanic that technology will capture the image the image of the face and convert that to a unique number which will then be used for park entry with the future. Mind shift to focus on more touchless. We conducted a limited thirty day testing facial recognition. The company said the resort said participation is optional. So you can do it or you can't do it but are they really doing it for real. Those who wish to participate are asked to arrive with a valid theme park admission in the dizzy park reservation. Pass here's how it works. Get ready voluntarily. Doing this guests will enter the foot unquote facial recognition technology tests lane or. They could come up with a cooler name. The f. r. t. t. l. They have called it the coda. Call the frontline. How about that. Call it the frontline the f. are something t lane. Frat lane guess will be asked to remove any accessories except their face coverings. Well hold on hold on. Let's read further. The theme park asked visitors to room. Remove hats visors sunglasses before approaching the facial recognition zone once in the test zone. These the guests are asked to stand facing camera and position. They're valid theme park admission or what they call the magic band close to the scanner to activate the technology if the guess returns to the magic kingdom during this time it it didn't say remove the mask. It didn't say remove the mouse. It could have been anyone. It could have been anywhere. They could have been my neighbors going over there and pick up my prescription. It could have been anyone if the guest returns to the magic kingdom during the tests they can also they can consider entering the lane to help disney better understand how the technology works. Okay so you have to go back through the same lame lane again. This test will run all the way to april twenty third so let's see what. Wtvn orlando says volunteers to test out. Some new facial recognition policies and programs their disease website says it will take a picture of the guests face and then linked to that person's form of admission to the parks company. Says it's trying to move toward more touchless experience. If you wanna take part in this you do need to show up at one of the parks with a valid ticket and disney park past reservation. So there we go. I mean if you want to. i'm. I'm assuming that it's four florida. Florida residents disney always run something with florida residents. Hey florida residents twenty five percent off ten percent off war whatever. The the discount is for florida residents. Because you have to suffer with all this traffic and stuff. Let's give you five percent off and maybe a free meal or something now. Something that's been around for a very very long time like disneyworld. And they're changing their the way they're doing business as far as technology wise. Is this game right here. This game right here is now. Getting a woke upgrade classic monopoly game is about to get real on several different levels community chest. Cards have been updated with a feel good moments his what they're calling it for. Nearly one hundred years american children and adults have enjoyed classic monopoly. Board game one of the features of the game is a community chest where the player draws a card and results and financial rewards or penalties. One of the features of the game is only said that you can send a player to jail or get a jailbird out of get out of free jail card now in today's quote unquote woke. Society has rose decided to upgrade the cards no longer match what we perceived to be in their customers cultural priorities. The company has launched a new website to allow people to vote how to best update the community chest to include feel good moments that reflect the best things about being a part of a community quote unquote the community chest in a post on hasbro site on thursday. The company has declared goodbye. Second-place beauty contests. Hello shopping local. Oh god i know. Monopoly is finally updating. Its community just cars and you get to decide how the world has changed a lot. Since monopoly became a household name more than eighty five years ago. They said one hundred year. So let's go with eighty five is clearly. Today's community is more important than ever. We felt like twenty twenty. One was the perfect time to give fans an opportunity to show the world. What community means to them now. What they're doing is they're they're getting ahead of. The bullet is what they're doing if they're picking on pugh and dr seuss. Who's to say that we're not next going to turn to board games. They're going to other child things that we growing up that made us feel all warm and fuzzy and the ground. They're going to call us out. They're going to call on that so they're just getting ahead of the game. We are really excited to see what the new cards get voted in. What do the propose card say. Well they say no longer wolf. The sixteen cars focused on school tax or bank errors or beauty contests just simply going directly to jail is out and you can apparently forget about the whole events ago. Just for the heck of the thing. Well you got two if you pass. Go right depending on who you play with. I think some people have adapted the game were to make it quick. They actually out the properties like hin cars. Like you're dealing cards on a deck and you see what you go from there but if you ever play with a person that says you've got to go around the board one complete time and pass go before you can buy a property. Get ready for a long night of monopoly plan. Because i mean that literally is the original rule that says you once you start. You can't buy anything unless you go around the board one time. That's why monopoly is almost like a fifteen week. it's longer than a cricket game. Sometimes new cards are being new. Cars are all about sending a message about importance of being woke. Woke member of your community. These luxury you on the importance of volunteering community involvement and not upsetting your neighbors giving blood rescuing puppies shopping local recycling and even naming bugs visit ready for this. All you kids out there. Are you woke people out there if you want to change the cards. This is where he goes to visit. Monopoly community chest dot com. We'll post this up. On the deacon live a portion of the radio station you can cast sixteen votes picking out their favorite cards as a pair of potential woke messages via the honor and replacing the traditional stack and bub-bubba low or thirty two voting options that are available on the hasbro site so the game no longer uses dollar signs but instead uses monopolies. Own money symbol. So what's the money symbol. Oh really so. For example instead of the the s the s with a line through like the dollar sign. They're using an m with two lines through it nazis I'm just saying just saying so. Here's here's one right here. And i'm not going to go through them all but here's just a prime example all right. Here's one community chest card that you can vote on one or the other so the first card reads you volunteer your art skills and point a miracle. Your art skills and point. I think it's supposed to be paid see. I can read better than these people can. Type you. Volunteer your art skills and paint a mural on the local school collect fifty dollars or same card you can organize a group to clean up your own towns walk path going to go with the first one because the anyone collect fifty dollars all right. So here's another one. They they want to change. You can vote on this one. You can organize a bake sale for your local school. Collect twenty five dollars or you can weed the community garden and discover new bug name. It something fun and then collect twenty five dollars all right. So there's these are all the cars there's car fourteen card nine card seven you can see them all up here on the video for the broadcast and it's all that you can vote on all of them and the way you do that again is go to hold on. Let me score back up to the top monopoly community chest dot com and vote on your favorite one and those will make it to the next thing now. Monopoly has gotten over fifteen thousand different version. 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"cricket game" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"It's for adults only because you know booze and we're brothers. You never know which direction it's gonna go. Sometimes it gets ugly, quick. That's usually when Shannon Farren shows up, though she drops in and it gets a goes sideways like nobody's business, But we'd love for you to drop drop in tonight at nine on Instagram it for reporter And we'll take some You know, requests to if there's a drink you wanna us to talk about and we can. We'll do that. And Craig will mix it and we'll have a good time. So join us there tonight, won't you? On Instagram at Fort Report would be from test that got so right now we're talking about, you know there's big events coming up, whether it's a sporting events or what have you And you're looking for some eats more and more restaurants and take out places and pick up places. They're coming up with things that you can enjoy with your immediate family in the home there. And one of those is with the good folks at Emily. We had talked about them some weeks back and wanted them to come back on the show to talk about some of these big plates that they're putting together that are just Lovely Now, keep in mind. They're doing pick up orders now, But they will open up in uptown wittier soon enough, So keep checking out it, Emily. Eats comets. I am l I eats dot com I am l I eats dot com is where you can find out more. That would be the same on instagram as well. And we're just chatting with the folks from their ash and nick eel and looking over the list of things. The menu is just so stunning. So are there multiple versions of this plate? Or are there just different sizes? Yeah. They're just different sizes for now, Um, before you know what we decided we visually talkto, um, you know, kind of work, thinking that let's go the more traditional way where people are used to, like wings and, you know, start the stuff and which is spicy. And you know things which you eat with your fingers and stuff like that. Um, e personally tried very hard. You stay away from fusion, Which is not. You know what he's all about. Family is about digging to Indian food and authentic experiences back here to America on duh. Tried very, very hard to keep it through to the concept. So you see the water power and you see the came about which is very, very common back home. In fact, even when we have a cricket games and stuff like that, we love You know, munching on all of this at any time off today, so thinking all of this truth. We thought that this is like the best possible combination and we have it in, you know, small, medium and large because it's not about the number of people. I think it's more to do with how much one can consume because they are smaller by take a large then Oh, he's a smaller bite and, you know they're fun to eat. You can extend it. You know the whole eating process to like a couple of hours if you choose to, um, and it's a great mix and match. So I think it's just the idea is to give them hospitality off people consuming it the way they want you on, not restricting them to the boundaries of ingenuity. Oh, yeah. Just like what time do you guys were doing such a great job? This masala peanuts, crunchy roasted peanuts tossed. I mean, when you look at that, What a great idea for just wonderful, tasty, uh, crunchy snack, salty snack for, you know, big game or something like that. Yes. And the thing is these all sit so well. They can be heated up in the other day. You know, most of them have can be had cold like that are you know you just fish it out of your page. So you get my context. You know, you get a variety of textures. You get about your part in cold foods s o. You have a whole some experience when you're enjoying something so far as you know, street food is all about enjoying it for that moment. That'll be the game. It is the cold weather to be really rather which only has bean facing since yesterday, which is beautiful. So we thought, Why not? You know, that's just extended on make it, You know, great, great experience and have people enjoy it and have something new. Then just parties and rights. Well, it sounds great, and it sounds like a really fun way to experience some great Indian food. Again. That's Emily eats dot com. I am l I eats calm. Emily eats to find out more and how you can pick up in order. Should you want to and uptown wittier. Keep your eye out because they'll be opening there soon. Of course, these big these big platters and things like that. Are in small, medium large That's $35.45 dollars and $55 respectively, respectively, and check them out. Thanks so much folks for coming back on the show. Thank you so much, So enjoy yourselves. We look forward to seeing you guys again soon and and most importantly, hopefully win. We're able to hang out again and have some of the food break bread together. Break some non together. How about that? It is the fourth part. I'm Neil. Surveyed Rectify Am 6 40. Let's get the latest news now with Amy King. In the case. If I newsroom.
"cricket game" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Today on the show at Penney's in the building. We're going to talk a little bit about the Kevin Porter situation, which has devolved into food fighting. We're going to talk about sharife Cooper. We're going to talk a little bit about BJ Boston and then on top of it, we're going to preview the G League game tonight team and kind of give you guys a rundown on Jonathan kuminga Jalen Greene station Knicks and maybe even talk a little bit about Isaiah. Todd probably won't talk a lot about Guys Auto Thursday. We don't really think cassata was a real NBA Prospect do we met now? We're not there. No. No, you're not good Kya size and can shoot a little bit but we're not there yet multiple months to year G league night team member in all likelihood. So Penny, how you doing, man? I'm fantastic. I just want to start by saying I feel like I'm a freshman on campus wondering until like one of those hundred person lecture halls and I just want to make sure this is the right class like this is the the draft. I didn't wander into like a a cricket game theory podcast based on your tweets. I'm like all in on Cricket. I didn't want to get you going but it was too easy to be like a nice treat him watching playoff games and you're talking about guys hitting home runs and Cricket. I have no idea you're saying well and like the Home Run is like not even the terminology and I'm just like calling them here already a cricket snob people off our hours and excuse me, it's not no. No, I'm like the anti crickets knob like my American addled brain is just like oh this guy's going yard and like I watched a guy named Rick ball out of a stadium last night and I have never felt more alive in my life. You know, can I go you gotta watch more Big 12 basketball, I guess. Yeah. Clearly. I don't know like where the Dead. Ends about my excitement for Cricket and like my actual level of excitement for Cricket begins, but I can't I can't really figure that out yet. I think I've like gone too deep into the Wormhole of it being like something of a bit and now I'm just like on the other side and I just like kind of love Cricket. Now, this is your personal Westworld like you don't know where the song ends the simulation ends in real life begins or lost. Yeah. This is where I'm at and I've picked up the Indian national team the Indian cricket team as my favorite team because the Australians are kind of snooty and snobby not that was quick quick scouting assessment. You took your basketball teachings and applied that within again two or three viewings. Yeah. Yeah, it's great and like the cricket announcers will be the last point. I have faith like the cricket announcers will get so much angrier when a guy does well and then like gets out versus like when he just like gets out. So like there was a guy who gave birth Like over a hundred runs, which is like basically scoring like Fifty points in an NBA game, right? This guy gets a hundred runs and he gets out and there's like, oh this was a terrible wouldn't put an awful game. It's just like what are you kidding me? This was amazing. This was super fun or what are we watching? We watching the same thing, which is the same channel. Yeah. Yep. It's just bizarre like the the whole of the whole of cricket announcing and like Cricket is a sport is a different world to me that I'm very interested to continue to dive into off. Another world that I want to dive into is the world of Kevin Porter, huh?.