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"daito" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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"daito" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Yeah this collection of lami fountain pen some of these are probably sooty is all the first ones keep adding to it in different colors. So i'd gone block wrought on pipo with fem. Ten multiple colors fund stimulating as well fluoride. What's the best way to keep a client on track time place person money so formula for and what i found. Is it that sophisticated often. What happens is is a client or project guys off track because the drop the thing that they said that they needed to do with the thing that needs to be done jobs off the right of sculpture the mind the very often different back to the mind is what i decided. He's going to do. When i said i was going to. If if time die places money is a formula. So if i'm gonna keep something on track. I hire some of the key accountable pies them. Some money could be business. Could be personal coach You know do this routinely. I'll find someone who's an expert in the area and meet with a months a week and i will have a deadline and i will commits them while i will have done before the end of the line. So the clients class ballpark the same way and very often client the most value is gonna get from us is the fact that we've created. This frameworks this the accountability review chicken. And it doesn't work if you take any of those sings out of if you've done have a regular time daito place to meet for that review if you just drifting somehow get back to when it's done then it'll drift is not curse waiting for you. This could be a physical one on one coach for example order diet coach or a relationship coach. That person is not waiting for you. There at the time is less accountability. And if you haven't paid. Money is less accountability often. Why the mental. The fremantle relationship breaks down because this is not giving the game on nightside. I love it..
"daito" Discussed on Hanselminutes
"How are you sir. Hello scott lovely three under show on extremely well. Thanks very much so is implicit took to you seo smiling. And it's very nice to see you. I think the last time we try person. We're having a burger in a pub in portland. Oregon. it's right my one really my favorite city. Yeah it is lovely. And that's why i'm here somewhere. I used to live very griddle I appreciate that so F sharp. I think is having just a lovely last couple of years. A lot of people are talking about it and you know i was mostly familiar with have sharp ten years ago when f sharp two point who came out and my first impression of it was okay. It's a functional language for for for dot. Net has has roots in oak camel. There's haskell bits and i thought that it was there's there see sharpen there's vp and they're these imperative languages and there's procedural language and then there's f sharp which is the functional one. But i'm i'm told that since i haven't looked at this in the number of years that i- impression may very well be quite wrong. Yeah i said it's the same thing when we first did f- shop Eshop one point. We actually didn't talk about being functional. Enjoy much because what matters to me not functional not there. A sign shop supports functional. Programming python. java script does a lot of different like sports programming. And that's not that you know it's not a religion what we care about is what we live to programs and it's always been the case ever since lavar stop of shop as we we about delivering simplicity. And there's something incredibly simple about data Language to decide let numbers from one hundred. Just just lie can just give me that data then work without functions and transform transform Daito give me my imports and sought transform and somebody we care about simplicity but we care about sickness. But not but we don't wanna trade off with correctness your bus news formats as we want that. Strong copying want asynchronous at monthly performance. That comes with those characteristics. Now the the strongly typed functional. Programming language is that the only languages which deliver on all three ables partner program. You get singles. Darned get the robustness forms..
"daito" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari
"Of npr. You have in canada. You know what would be fun is. That's a great place for like a weekly protest or something like that like if he comes there regularly or like you know. It's like a certain time of day that he comes by that. I mean it could be like even just with your friends but if there's like ten people there screaming like chanting with signs. Every time he goes there kind of cool he probably won't come back any more after a while. He'll have to find a new dog park somewhere raising on him. Come come wearing a mask of his face. that's scary. That's good even know why if everyone could of every one of your friends comes wearing a mask of his face way really disturbing. That's so scary. Also what if every came with like the full vivere vendetta costume. That would scare me my favorite game that i ever pitched on billy on the street that we couldn't we couldn't do because we couldn't get the person that game was about was Wears daito and a park full of cardboard cutouts of daito and then real daito in the mix and the person had to find daito. Oh my god. But i wouldn't do it so we couldn't do it and it's really funny. I know how they wouldn't play ball that sad. Wow i wish. I remembered anything from when i tried to billy on the street i remember. I sold one thing to billy on the street. That was like the first joke i ever sold to tv. So i don't remember what it was. But i remember. That was the first thing anyway. I think it's probably that way for a lot of people. Yeah i think so. I think he was really good about buying stuff people's packets like not always the case Okay well on that note. I think we should take another break. Yeah outfits on. I watched that movie recently and sobbed sobbed. I a you finish. I was gonna say 'cause it everyone just like believed in something..
"daito" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Daito EVP and Chief parking Officer del Mark Thoroughbred Club, and that's right. Tickets go on sale. On June 18th opening day. July 16th. It's a Friday this year will be fun. I can tell you right now we're playing a gig at the belly up on July 15th in the evening. To kick off the opening day season. So I hope to see their more big more center business weekend coming up by the way, don't forget on the air. Okay? What side where the term Sully Russ Little Tommy, coming up NewsRadio 600 code. Um are the Gemayel report? How much trapped does Gavin Newsome have to shovel before A judge in the state actually says Okay, fine. I'm gonna take away this emergency power from the government. How much more crap than we have to see Newsome shovel up before we get to that point Days at three on news radio 600 kogo. Thanks for calling 1 800 got junk. This is Sarah. How can I help? I've been thinking. What have you been thinking about? I decided I should declutter more often, because it's an important part of a balanced and healthy life. Have you ever noticed that 1 800 got junk has a question mark at the end of it? Yes. I have noticed that we make junk disappear. All I have to do is point all you have to do is point Can you come right now We're on our way. Call 1 800 got junk or visit 2800 got junk dot com. Graduating from high school can leave you with a lot of questions about your future. You can find answers to those questions at a California community college. So don't wait, Enroll now for the fall semester online and in person. Classes are available with year round financial aid to help plus blue guarantee, transferred to a safe spotted a four year university and hundreds of career programs to choose from. Your future is looking brighter than ever. Classes can fill up quickly. So grab your spot now visit. Stand roll dot com Today, what is.
Officials at Miami International Airport announce initiative against human trafficking
"National human Trafficking Awareness, Daito announced. Miami International Airport has become the first airport in the state to join the Homeland Security's Blue Lightning initiative. All new hires will be required to complete the training, which is being offered to all employees and the airlines. It's very subtle, the sides of human trafficking and if you don't have the proper training or awareness, you may not notice it. You may not see it what is looks like just two people sitting down at a restaurant here at the airport. Now that you have some training may look on Homeland Security investigation Special Agent in charge Anthony Salsbury, Florida driver's finding
"daito" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Christmas. We thank God for sending us his son to bring peace to our souls and joy to the world aside, You know, this Christmas is different than years past way, are battling a global pandemic. It has affected all of us Yet through this great challenge. We have been inspired by the kindness and courage of citizens across this country and President Trump Stone is designed Off on the coronavirus relief bill, but the president calls it a disgrace and demands Americans received $2000 in stimulus checks rather than 600. Meanwhile, several U. S. Government agencies have been breached as part of a massive cyber espionage campaign. Federal and private experts believe Russia's Foreign intelligence service carried out the attack. The breach targeted not only federal government branches, but local and state governments could also be compromised Christmas Eve warning for local governments across the country, not even a week after cybersecurity affair Shows announced ah, widespread digital intrusion into several federal agencies. Those same, officials warned. Local municipalities may also be victims. The cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency warned it is tracking a significant cyber incident impacting enterprise networks across federal, state and local governments. Authorities announced hackers infiltrated solar winds, a company that provides software for public and private organizations, hackers dive Into the Department of Commerce and Energy. Fox's David Sponte America is listening to Fox News. W E Mail News. The Daito too. I'm sharing Rairden. You've heard all the warnings, but that's only keeping some of you from traveling this Christmas. Some 2.1 million persons living in the Washington Metro area. Family travel this holiday season. That's a decrease of almost 30% since this time last year, But with back to back three day weekends, John Townsend with Triple A says it's too tempting for some to stay home. We're talking about a 12 Day holiday period includes both Christmas and New Year's Day. So that's why we see so many people traveling so many.
"daito" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"She said the tears ran gushing from her eyes and stopped. Her speech has sista thus replies. Oh tehran vital air. I breathe when you to grief your bloom in years bequeath condemned to waste in woes. You're lonely life without the joys of mother or wife think you these tier this pompous train of war known or valued by the ghosts pillow. Ground that while your sorrows yet to a green well became a woman and a queen the vows of tyrian prince sistonen collect to scorn help us and his love reject with all the libyan lords of mighty name but when you fight against a pleasing flame this little spot of land which heaven bestows on every side is hemmed with warlike foes that to leeann cities here are spread around and fierce numidians day or frontiers bound here allies. A baron waste of thirsty land. And they're the surtees. Raise the moving sand bar. Kayan troops besieged the narrow shore and from the pygmalion threatens more propitious hevner ungracious. Juno lead this wandering navy to your needful eight. How will your impass spread. You'll city rise from such a union and with such allies implore the favor of the powers above and leave the conduct of the rest to love. Continue still your hospitable way and still invent occasions of their stay till storms and winter wind shall cease to threat and planks ause repair their shattered fleet. These words which from a friend and sister came with ease resolve the scruples of her fame and added fury to the kindled flame inspired with hope the project they pursue on every altar sacrifice. Renew chosen you of two years. Old they pay to series. And the god of day preferring juneau's power for juno ties the nuptial not and makes the marriage joys the beauty queen before her alter stands and holds the golden goblet her hands. A milk. white heifer she with flowers adorns and pools the rutty wind betwixt her owns and while the priests with prayer. The goats invoke. She feeds that alters with sabine smoke with alley cat sacrifice renews and anxiously the panting and trails views. What presley writes last. What pious out. What vows avail to cure a bleeding heart a gentle fire. She feeds within her veins with the soft god. Secure in silence reigns sick with desire and seeking him. she loves from street to street the raving. Daito rove's so when the watchful shepherd from the blind wounds with a random shaft careless hind distracted with her pain flies the woods bounds or the lawn and seeks the silent floods with fruitless. Care for still the fatal dot sticks in her side and rankles in her heart and now she leads the trojan chief along lofty rules amidst the busy throng displays her tyrian wealth and rising town which love without his labor makes his own this pump. She shows attempt her wandering guest. Her faltering tongue forbids to speaks arrest when day declines and feasts renew the night still on. His face feeds her famished site. She longs again to hear the prince related own adventures and the trojan fate. He tells it all around but still in vain for still. She begs to hear it once again. The hero of speakers mouth depends and thus the tragic story ends then when they part when phoebe paler light withdraws and falling stars to sleep invite she.
"daito" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"The need by publicis. Virginia's mario translated by john dryden book for the passion of the queen part one. The argument daito discovers to her sister her passion for an and her thoughts of marrying him. She prepares hunting match for his entertainment. Juno by venus consent raises a storm which separates the hunters and drives aeneas and daito into the same cave where their marriage is suppository to be completed jupiter dispatches mercury to aeneas to warn him from carthage india secretly prepares for his voyage daito finds out his design and to put a stop to it makes use of her own and her sister's entreaties and discovers all the variety of passions that are incident to a neglected lover when nothing would prevail upon him. She contrives her own death with which. This book concludes but anxious. Care has already seized the queen. She fed within her veins aflame on scene. The heroes valla acts and birth inspire her soul with life and fan. The secret fire his words his looks imprinted in her heart. Improve the passion and increase the smart now when the purple mourn had chased away the dewey shadows and restored the day. Her sister i with early care she sought and thus in mournful since eased her thought my dearest anna new dreams of fright my laboring soul. What visions of the night to stir my quiet and destruct my breast with strange ideas of our trojan guest. He's worth his actions and majestic air. Amand descended from the gods declare. Fear ever argues degenerate kind. His birth is well asserted by his mind then what he suffered. When by fate betrayed what brave attempts for falling troy. He made such were his look so gracefully he spoke that where i not resolved against the yoke of hapless marriage never to be cursed with second love so fatal was my first to this one era. I might yield again for since the case was untimely. Slain this only is able to subvert the fixed foundations of my stubborn heart and to confess my frailty to my shame somewhat i find within if not the same to like the sparkles with my former flame but i let yawning earth a passage rend and let me through the dark abyss. Descend i let avenging jove with flames from high drive down this body to the never sky condemned with in endless night to lie before i break the plighted faith i gave. No he had by vows shall ever have for whom i loved on earth. I worship in the grave..
"daito" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I I I hope it's not something that we ever see in our lifetime. I think the Second Amendment is Extremely important to the preservation of of the indignation as we as we know it. Yeah, but I mean, Daito O'Rourke is coming for your guns. I mean, he said that that it's it's there on tape, but I mean to repeal this thing. I mean, you would have to get everyone of the state Legislature are ah, huge majority of state legislatures are signed off on this and there you would have to get. I think it's 3/4 of the 50 states, which would be 38 of them. In other words, if you've got 13 Of the states that say no, it's not going to happen, and you could write a law probably 20 states right now where it would never happen. It's not going to happen. Um so, yeah, I agree with you. I think it's on the ballot. In Avery distinct way with what they want to do, But I think the repeal any amendment. It is just so damn difficult anymore that it won't happen so, But you're saying to me that you think that this is a really threat to the Second Amendment if Joe Biden is elected? Absolutely absolutely anybody that believes that it's not even if it's not specifically from him. It's the first step towards it. And you are here. Threats from from the Democrats about You know, packing the court and abolishing the Senate and and doing whatever they can to. Ah, to maintain power. You know, these are these are not the threats made in jest. And if you think if anybody out there thanks And I hope all your listeners who believe strongly in the Second Amendment is Ideo understand that that while some of the things maybe inconceivable as we sit here today, um We've seen some crazy things happen in the last. It's certainly in the last security month. Um I don't think anything is out of the question At this point, so great found can Um Never now. Wilkes Ellsworth, Ohio Gun law expert. Don't bring your gun to a polling place, even though it may not be illegal. It's not necessarily legal, just going vote and let that be your weapon of choice. Wilkes always great catching up with somebody that knows what they're talking about. And you do. Thank you so much for your time. Great talking to you can go. So if you're going to go vote You know, you probably don't want to put the nine millimeter under your belt. Just probably. It's just not a good idea. Just not a good idea. It's coming up on 10 20. I'm sorry. Now it's well. It is no more. But here, it's 11 21 news radio 700 w LDA, but he was a radio 700 wlw..
"daito" Discussed on KTOK
"National embarrassment to remaining debates will likely look different. The commission on presidential Debates says there will be some changes ahead. As we prepare for the next two presidential debates. They want to see fewer interruptions. And a more controlled environment. It's Fox's Doug Lose Ater. No partial government shutdown overnight, the Senate approving a stopgap spending bill already approved by the House, It extends the government's authority to spend the money until December. The 11th the president has signed the bill talks of Brazil down a Corona virus relief package between the speaker of the House and the Treasury secretary. Not soon enough for thousands of airline workers. Some of the biggest airlines in the country are going to be forced to lay off tens of thousands of workers because they've lost so much money in the pandemic. The airlines got a bailout from the feds in March of $25 billion, but that runs out today in the latest covert relief bill in Congress is another bailout for the airline's president, Trump's chief of staff, Mark Meadows, told reporters late Wednesday. $20 billion standalone package for the airlines could be done. United and American of both said they can get people back to work if Congress takes action soon. BOXES. Jill Daito America is listening to Fox News. From the Bucks. News podcasts Network downloaded. Listen to everyone Talk still is I value every investment made in our work people using their voices telling their members of Congress get back to the table on things that are going to help people I get to actually open envelope. What coin in them from little kids. Oh broke into their piggy bank to give money subscribing. Listen now by going.
Ellen & Kevin Meet Up, Miley Wants Boring
"Morgan is off but of course, hunter is here and. Scott Tweedie it's hanging out with us. Guys to be back. I actually went to announce the tonight that I'm donating one dollar to a charity for every trap that has posted. In the last month. Dollars. We're going to run you. Out. Yeah Listen Scott we're happy you're doing that I will continue the 'cause only for that reason and not for the DMZ every time I do it. There's GonNa. Serious damage. Control. Going on with that actually speaking of Damage Control Ellen is still doing some over her toxic workplace drama. So what does she go out and do she has lunch with Kevin? Hart you guys pictures are actually getting a lot of attention. Do you think he was giving her advice? You'll initially thought that would just hanging out to give each other fashion advice. By Kevin. Hart especially in this heat at the moment but I think they're probably working on another show together. In the future L. and they're probably brainstorming ideas for me. Personally I thought well, the apprentice has been done but maybe the intern. That's what we need right now from. That's what happens. If you lose, you lose the competition, you have to be Ellen's intern for a year. We'll see I, think they're just friends and I think they're meeting. But the only problem is I feel like people who are this famous are really out of touch and I feel like everybody rallying around ellen she's treated fine because they're on the same playing field, the the people who are saying that they were mishandled and mistreated where people who are working for her. I. Want someone who makes less than two million dollars a year to come out and say is a nice person because right now saying not a lot of people under to milk come into her defense. Yeah. A thousand percent even one meal. Onto a Miley Cyrus are the recent interview that she did on the call. Her Daddy podcast is really the gift that keeps on giving losing virginity and confirming her split with breakout headlines last week but now obsessed with who she wants to date next. Do you have like a? Are you hyper crazy dealing a calm person I usually end up complaining that they're boring what I need I or Definitely. Need like a calming I need an anchor. I need a wait. Someone has to bring more to the table than their plate. They can't just be like, fill me up all the. Curry you guys think that she would actually with like a very even kill boring partner is that realistic I think the Personal Daito next. That's really unfortunate for them because they know the person. Well, I'll as someone who has a new rule where he turns his phone off from nine pm to nine. AM here we go. I'd like to myself I like to think that I have a good calming anchor me Nina telling me. That's not true. I don't even understand how you can turn your phone off for that long like we were we have jobs like Howard. Was the. Heck small time they your phone off when you the best content after nine. PM I. Hope my question about this whole thing is like I'm very concerned that we're already talking about who miley supposed to be dating next. She's discussing this on the podcast because my concern for Miley is the she moves on really fast. Is it okay? I just feel like maybe she should focus on healing from the Last relationship she's been in to relationships since her split from Liam and that was barely a year ago.
"daito" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Halifax Mall Coming up, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest will join us, Daito five. But right now It is Congressman Richard Hudson joining us. Good morning to you, sir. How you doing? Hey, Good morning. Great to be with you. Hey, Where are you at right now, Are you in North Carolina? You get ready to come to us via air Force to what's up. Yes, I'm in the Washington D. C Metro area on DH planning the linkup with vice President in a few hours on Dad at home, and we'll be coming to Raleigh. Yeah, you guys you're going to what is the tails academy, right? Ah, great. Great schools. Start about my friend Bob. Bloody. They've got a location around the triangle, but they've they've been re opened the overturning 100 students back July 20th. And so we're looking at what they did what they're doing right on DSA model for four schools all across this country ought to be doing that isn't let me ask you this because it's not a picture when because Trump was here Monday. Were you with the Monday contingent. Okay. All right. Why didn't I send some pictures of? How does that where they make you guys ride to get to like you get to hang with Amar. You call shot? Go there, or they put you in the back. No, no. There's a conference room. Um, pretty nice coverage room. Got TV on the whole time than surprising. Ozone Park. Oh, no. Ah, The president has his own office on guest bedroom up on the front part of a plane. But you aren't allowed up there unless you're invited. But typical, you get on and the members of Congress will be in the conference area with senior officials from Tom's on DH. Then the president come back and Hangout for sometime and then this time away, only invited all the members of the office, so we sit around. Pick on each other and nice talking about important things. But also it's like like the opportunity to travel with the president of vice president because there's a chance we're everybody kind of likes, and you get to know each other a little better and And there's a number of issues that I brought up them that I've been trying to get folks that work arounds attention, But you know nothing like one on one opportunity with the boss man, and that's why that's why I'm asking. I mean, it's I ask in my own kind of weird way, but It gives you that opportunity. So what is what is it? You're talking. Let's say you have 10 minutes with pence today and talk about whatever you want. What is it? You're picking his brain about? As far as North Carolina goes. Well, you know, I have a list any time travel like, so it'll be literally be on item of casework. Or there's one individual who have been trying to get him help. But I can't give him hope. And I'll literally bring up that something that you know that specific or it'll be a people legislation that you know, I really wish he would mention or he would push. It really is. You know, I'll have some very specific acts, but it could be literally everything from one individual. My district too, You know, abroad idea or concept. I'm trying to give it a push. What? Because you guys because you guys got to get creative. Now be in the minority in the house. You know, I talked to We talked her Mark walker about this frequently and and so if you want to accomplish something for your constituents or or with anything going on You're not going to get it that you're not going to get committee hearing on it right there. T Well, little bar. You saw that? Yes. What did you What did you think of that opera? Jerry Nadler, telling him he can't have five minutes to go to the bathroom. Grab Jerry Nadler telling someone he can't go get something to eat. What did you think of that Only washed a few minutes on and I had every emotion from from our age. Just embarrassment. Like what a shame. But this has put our Congress has come to end. This is what our country looks like The people on TV. I mean, Jerry Mathers disgrace to resign from Congress. I mean, what yesterday was just impairs. Don't care if you're Republican or Democrat. You know, I don't care. You know, He's the best attorney general ever or to turn you, however, you don't treat American like that without conducting business. What is it? All right. So what is what is it? You're working on legislatively. Not necessarily going to talk about with pence, but I mean, what are you able to accomplish up there where you can kind of you can get a little something in from North Carolina a little something in for your political beliefs. Well, you know, I've always had the approach that the Children walk across and get things done. Even when we're in the majority, I would reach out to Democrats. When I had a problem. I want to fall and work together on this. Because I think one way in some ways you get a better product when you have more input, but also I think at the end of the day you get more buying, and so you get better solutions, so that part hasn't changed. Except that joke with G. K. Butterfield is a Democratic nor Kawana. When, when, when they got the majority said Look, Nothing's going to change. You're not going to keep working together. But now your name is going to go first on the bills on DSO. True, truly, That's a lot of work..
"daito" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Into North Carolina. W M. AOL Neuza Daito to Steve Coming. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is not happy with leaders in Baltimore after a statue of Christopher Columbus was taken down by a crowd of protesters last night. Hogan released a statement today that said in part, Baltimore City leaders need to regain control of their own streets. The statue was pulled down yesterday and some big pieces were tossed into the city's inner harbor. Hogan said. Peaceful protests are acceptable, but vandalism will not be tolerated. This holiday weekend is historic for many reasons, including gas prices. The current local average price for a gallon of regular gas is around $2.15. That's down from 2 67 this time last year. In fact, the Triple A, says gas prices nationwide are the lowest they've been in four years and then on average drivers this time around, could expect to save about $7 per fill up the current national averages to 17 a gallon. Maria Leaf on w M a l and w e mail dot com. Another viral video may have uncovered false reporting by a police officer this time in the city of Baltimore. The Cole Wilson has more Baltimore police Sergeant Wilton Simpson originally, said Zane Abdullah's fitness face and pushed him before they got into a fight. But a newly surfaced video tells a different story. In fact, it shows Simpson argued with Abdullah and then struck him First, Abdullah pushed Simpson back and that's when they ended up fighting on the Ground. Simpsons are It was around Abdullah's neck. During the struggle. Abdullah's friends tried to intervene. They kicked the police sergeant while he was down, and that drew immediate criticism from the police chief and the state's governor. When it first happened. Abdullah and two of his friends were arrested and are still facing charges, but their attorneys say they deserve an apology. They also say the men need to be cleared of any wrongdoing since the police sergeant was the aggressor who provoked the fight. W N L News time is 804 Now traffic.
UK abandons contact-tracing app for Apple and Google model
"Got Surprising message on twitter on Thursday. Dez said he had just listened to Thursday's Moco West Ken, the one that had me talking about the tiny number of smallest countries that had gone with the Apple Google Api for contact, tracing APPs as well as the problems. Australia had had going a different way. Dez had just listened to that show when he saw this headline from the BBC. UK virus tracing APP switches to Apple Google model. Again maybe not. I? Mean that is what the headline says. But for lines in the article says the government now intends to launch a nap in the autumn. However, it says the product may not involve contact tracing at that point instead, the software may be limited to enabling users to report their symptoms and order a-tast. Baroness Daito harding who heads up the wider test and tracing program will only give the green light to actually deploying the Apple Google technology if she judges it to be fit for purpose, which he does not believe is the case at present. It is possible. This may never happen. The report says tests run with iphone could not tell the difference between contacts who are three feet away versus contacts who are nine feet away. It also says that the at the U K had been testing was good at that distance thing, but battered iphone since apple won't let them under the hood. and. They're still kind of cross about that. Quoting the beep at a downing, street briefing Health Secretary Matt Hancock suggested the original plan might have worked. Had it not been for Apple's restrictions on Third Party APPS use a bluetooth. Apple? Software prevents iphones being used effectively for contact tracing unless you're using apple's own technology. He said our APP won't work. Because Apple won't change that system and their APP can't measure distance well enough to a standard that we are satisfied with. What matters is what works? What works will save lives? So the UK will use the Apple Google API or it won't. And thanks again. For the head top on that report.
New opportunity to boost Indonesia-Australia economic ties - The Jakarta Post
"Few international problems in the post world war. Two era have proved difficult for our nation as development of friendly policy towards indonesia. Just think about it. Jakarta's annexation of west papua in nine hundred sixty to the attempted coup d'etat and successful counter-coup by the indonesian army that was nineteen sixty five the invasion of as. Taymor seventy five. The dili massacre ninety. One the east team or mission in ninety nine. And who can forget the controversies over terror. Attacks live cadillacs bullpens successive wives of boatpeople this spying revelations and drug trade and of course those executions so has president jarkko daito or jacuzzi or jacoby as he's known has. His visit marked a new era in australia. Indonesia relations this week to cowie was only the second indonesian leader to address a joint sitting of parliament and he came to camera bearing a gift. He's approval of the trade deal between our two countries. Greg feely is associate professor of indonesian politics at the australian national university's college of asia and the pacific and diming kingsbury is professor international politics at deakin university in melbourne. greg damian. Welcome back to our in. Thank you now damien. Does that you kelly visit this week. Does that maka a dramatic breakthrough in australia. Indonesia relations look it's a really positive sign and it does mock an improvement in relations but i don think in itself comprises an entirely new relationship. It's just a step in the right direction. Okay so the the relationship still presumably dogged by bitterness and suspicion but it was obvious support and even warmth towards education from both sides of politics gregg fairly. Yes that's right i think The y.`all would characterize it is the jacobi visa was building on the breakthrough which is the comprehensive economic partnership agreement. That was signed early last year. And what saw with dakota's visa was. He's personal preparedness and preparedness. He's government to really put its white behind the agreement. I think a lot of people think the agreement in pie terms is very good but the question is canopy implemented properly. Can the red type be cleared away in indonesia. Can we persuade australian businesses to invest more Generously in indonesia and i think the jacoby visa guy very positive signs for that still a lot of things to done for that The potential of that agreement to be realized but it was really good. Move in that direction. Again it's been said that. The many lingering suspicions profile in jakarta indonesians still resent l leading role insecure in a team os independence because it was more than twenty years ago. Yes i think One of the ironies here he said indonesia now has very good relations with east t- more and he's teamer leaders Fighted in fact when i go to jakarta and the strata is still has this legacy of suspicion towards indonesia. I think you have to back. Partly in history this great saints vulnerability that Many asians feel that logic countries or large countries around them at trying to split up their country to conduct. Bulkin is it and the ace taymor. Even though he's team always not part of the original borders of the dutch colony. Die still feel that as team will confirmed that Other countries have these designs upon the country and upon its unity and after his team. More focusing shifted to papa. This strategy may still want to divide papua dining. You've written a lot about west papua and at the heart of the standoff in two thousand and six paul showed that something like seventy five percent of australian supported independence for the former dutch colony. This why the indonesians are uneasy about estrada's position. He certainly one of the issues in the makeup of mistrust and complexity in the relationship There's there's been longstanding depths in jakarta's to either strang government doesn't do more to acquire pro-separatist Sentiment in australia. They believe the particularly the ngo sector has played a role in stirring up separatist sentiment in west. Papua and there is Continuing concern that australia has too much of a focus particularly on eastern indonesia which is also the poorest part of the country. Well how then do we bridge. These divides greg. I mean to. What extent is this new free. Try deal. This is the so-called indonesia australia comprehensive economic partnership agreement. Ten years in the making to what extent does that he'll these divisions. I don't know that it heals the divisions poseidon. I think many of the the list of things you you sit out at the beginning of the interview. I think we have always had the potential. I knew things like that to occur but one of the consistently underperforming parts of the bilateral relationship has been the economic ties and so this comprehensive agreement will hopefully see much more economic activity between the two countries and that in itself might provide some kind of deepest ability but if the economic relationship expand by site thirty to forty percents in the next few years diamond. Wouldn't the free try deal really mocking important development for the relationship a look. There's no question that it's an important step in in in strengthening relationship. This guy is back to what gareth evans was talking about in the nineteen eighties. Where he said we needed to add ballast to the relationship unbalanced. He meant if we can get a strong economic relationship between australia and indonesia implies than the rest of it will follow behind because there will be a an upfront primary interest in preserving the economic relationship. And that's always been a difficulty. In the relations destroy and strength companies have invested in indonesia but not to a great extent. The head found difficulties. There this free trade agreement certainly opens up more opportunity for investments and tried but again and again as greg has alluded to. I think the question will be. How much strategies is to take out this opportunity and whether or not they say the the problems of doing business in indonesia over combat is free trade agreement whether or not there's going to be impediments to a greater degree of engagement. My guests greg. Feely from new in camera and damien. Kingsbury from deacon in melvin. And here's a little fun fact. This is according to the australian this week. It was chris. Bowen the library from benca podcast on iran and between the lines. It was chris bowen in his shirt who walked away the most chuffed with these brave. Jacoby interaction we he. The president complimented bowen's flawless fluency in indonesian. Little known fact chris. Bowen speaks indonesian now. A few years ago china's president she addressed indonesia's legislature to great fanfare. So the fees guy. Now what's the nature of the relationship now between jakarta and beijing greg. There's a lot of similarities between indonesia's relations with china and distributors Janis niger economic partner for indonesia. It's also niger investor in the country indonesia's increasing the Pot of china's belt and road initiative. So it's getting a lot of development money. These increasing penetration of lodge chinese corporations building infrastructure for example hospitalized row link between the capital jakarta and the regional capital abandon So there's a. There's a lot of economic activity happening and president. She has very good personal relationship with prisoner jacoby but they're also tensions. One of the tensions is chinese fishing boat incursions into indonesian territorial waters In near the south china sea in the name of the island of tuna and that causes a lot of angst in indonesia sometimes confrontation between Nio vessels of both countries. Another problem is a fairly high level of underwent lying suspicion towards the chinese in indonesia so this often bubbles politically to the surface in indonesia and people say that indonesia is at risk of losing some sovereignty to the chinese and so this is always a break for a leader. Such as jacoby who badly needs chinese investment and the development expertise if he saying as Ext doing that excessively will then he will be attacked for that. Well could chana's rise than i mean. It's obviously threatening. The integrity of sovereign states around the region diamond could could china's roz helped draw camera and jakarta even closer. Yes look there's been a discussion now going back several years in canberra about a closest security relationship within the news yet it seems to be a natural hartman in the region Geography i think determines that to a large extent but our strategic interests similar in relation to china about countries want to have a strong economic relationship with china We want to have china's investments and tried to sell into china but we also want to limit china's expansion in the region strategic rich particularly in the south china sea and In relation to them turner islands which is at the southwest of the south china saying there is neither lapping climbed by china and indonesia. And that's what to the tensions of mid january this year. What we're seeing though is. Indonesia is welcoming china roman hand but in terms of economic growth and development but in terms of china's growing strategic runyon ambition. There's a great deal of skepticism. I think in indonesia as the reason chinandega familiar story. Now let's turn finally gentlemen to indonesia internally. Let's get your reaction to something. The indonesian journalist. Julia sirak osama. This is what she told my. Rn colleague andrew west. This week joey. His record on democracy and human rights has declined and in fact now many activists think that not just activists observers think that democracy indonesia has lowest point in twenty years. It is ironic since when we had the reform era after suharto stepped down. That was supposed to be the beginning of democratization in indonesia but that has opened up a pandora's box and released all the traditional religious conservatives and mainly religious groups has sacrificed human rights. And what he says in a book phobia and intolerance for the sake. Offline call stability. Indonesian journalist julia sura kasama on iran's religion and ethics program. This week diming kingsbury. Look i think that Jacoby has moved in a couple of areas which have raised eyebrows. About his commitment to a plurality and human rights particular around the issues of religion and religious tolerance and so on. But broadly. I think jacoby is an inheritor of the reform tradition particularly that started by cecilia among indiana and that he really is deepening and embedding democratic practice. If we some limitations around the edges. Yeah well greg failure. I mean it's often argued that indonesia the fourth because nation in the world. We tend to forget that. It represents a persistent triumph of democracy this the nation journalists big for a lot of activists when she says that the indonesian ideal of tolerance really has been destroyed. So i think it's probably i'll i think she's somewhat. This is always a matter of the bites. Don't mean any disrespect to julius Sort of kasuma but Under jacoby in fact. Religious tolerance has somewhat improved on democracy. Some of the things that jacoby has initiated have really harmed the quality of democracy and there are several things that are being discussed by. he's government wrought now and by the parliament which if implemented could be a considerable reversal. He wouldn't stop indonesia being a democracy. But it would reduce the quality of the democracy greg damian and important discussion. Thanks so much again for being on our end
Democratic Debates, Sanders on Socialism, New Polls: This Week in the 2020 Race
"And Senator Sanders joins us now from Burlington Vermont for Fox News. Sunday, sit down Senator welcome back. Thank you very much. We are going to start with a look at the state of the race at this point. Let's take a look at the latest Fox News poll, and this is reflected in other pulling his well user have dropped sharply from twenty three percent support in March two thirteen percent now question. How do you explain it? Explain it in a sense that polls go up polls go down. But the other part of the poll, fired you correctly, Chris is that I am beating President Trump Philly. Which is consistent with all of the polling that I have seen. I think, frankly, I am the strongest candidate to defeat Trump. I think we can win in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan and some of the other battleground states. And that's a fight that I look forward to use seem to be competing most directly, perhaps, on the left side of the of the democratic rice with democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren and at a new CBS new news poll out today of eighteen battleground states, she actually leads you by one point in those eighteen states obviously within the margin of error. She says that she supports capitalism, and she supports markets. But she wants more tightly regulated. Why do you think that you're a better choice for voters than Senator Warren, without a broach Senator Warren is a friend of mine, and she's a great Senator. But let me just give you my perspective. Chris, according to Federal Reserve Daito, the average worker in America. Today, the slight huge increase in productivity technology is earning exactly the same wages that he or she earned forty five years ago in the last thirty years the top one percent has seen an increase in their wealth of twenty one trillion dollars while the bottom half of America has seen an actual decline in their wealth of some eight hundred billion dollars. In other words, we have an economy today that his working phenomenally. Well for the top one percent while the working class of this country is being decimated me, while it seems to me that, if we're going to bring about real change in this country, that means healthcare to all people raising the minimum wage to a living wage, making sure that all of young people can afford to go to college dealing with climate change dealing with criminal Justice reform. We need fundamental change. We need a political revolution. We need millions of people working class people whose lives have been decimated for the last forty five years. The stand up to Wall Street to stand up to the insurance companies and the drug companies a political revolution. That is what I believe in. You made a major speech this week to define what you believe in, what's called democratic socialism. Here's a clip from that stage today in the second decade of the twenty first century, we must take up the unfinished business of the new deal and carry it to completion. But critics say that you're defining down democratic socialism to make it more palatable to voters. They say that it isn't just news social programs that you listed something, we're going to get into them in a moment. It's actually a dramatic change at transfer of economic power to the people. Is that true? Well, it means the say that we have to break up lodge financial institutions on Wall Street, who have unbelievable economic power. It means we have to stand up to the drug companies charging us. Twice as much for the medicine that we need compared to other countries. It means that we have to stand up to the insurance companies and moved to a Medicare for all single payer system. We have to stand up to the military industrial complex where there's enormous fraud and waste within the Pentagon. So what does mean Chris, I think, you know what you said is, basically to write how real power most people on this plan this rests with a handful of large corporations and very wealthy individuals. And the time is now for us to say you know what we need an economy and a government that works for all of us. Not just the one percent at a people want to accuse me of believing that I plead guilty. Yeah. That's what I believe, I believe in a vibrant democracy. Well, what nary people get a fair shake rather than just
"daito" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"That is correct. That is very true. How the hell do that happened? We out. Fortunately, when my older sister went to school with one of the Rooney's when we first moved to Philadelphia, and they became really close friends. And then we started to you know, we became my parents became friends with their parents and the Rooney's, and we just they're still great friends of ours. Great crate family organization, and I was invited to go work at Latrobe as ballboy when I was just almost sixteen and fifteen time, and I was like working out with Jack Lambert and come catching balls from Mark Malone. You know, and then stallworth was there because he had retired. It was just kind of like the ushering of a bridge into a new era of Steelers football. So it was pretty cool to be a part of that as. Is your dad was a weatherman? You local weatherman worked on on ABC for quite some time for Senator because John for Senda was a local anchor. I mean, I don't know if they they never did John for send it was a of voice of NFL films. Okay, anchor Delfi. Yeah. Well, I was I was brought up by cap city people because my father worked for cap say, okay. I'm and I was kind of like around that whole era those guys so just took a shot on that one next up. You started a nail polish line called chrome girl. And this has a line with a set of NHL colors that a true story that is true story, but it was actually set up through my it was my wife who actually got that going with partner and the NHL kinda colored line was a branch to her line. Look something that I was kind of in enthusiastic about it because I do a lot of work with the NHL and charitable works. And with the flyers, of course. Sure. Hockey's like my number one. That's it. I mean, I mean, I don't know we stuck to eagles. Well, yeah. I mean, hockey and. Football. I mean, I played football in high school. But hockey is like big for me. That's okay. So I assume that there's a blue line in red line. Okay. I just want to make sure last one for you. David boreanaz true or false. You were featured in a music video of Daito is two thousand three white flag through these truths,.
"daito" Discussed on KGO 810
"So what month is says absolutely to he's explaining to the friends in his great publicity to how it was this tiny little country off the north of Europe and humiliated. Louis the fourteenth and stopped him becoming the new reminiscent pro. And he was in London listening to being dish was saying. And that's that's how the book works. These are the ideas of. Leading English intellectuals all the seventeen forties and fifties. The artwork of Britain also follows along in this cultural reorganization towards the sea. And the professor points me, especially to a painting by the very famous Turner in eighteen fifteen died building Carthage, how did the English? See that. Jinyan thing becomes astounded insult. So the friendship constantly saying look just like the Jin's, and ultimately, we will wipe them out. So just after the first abdication of Napoleon, the autists of Englishness paints a picture of Queen Daito building the collagen. There's the sun rising over great Newhall. There are some small boys playing with paper boats will captain this empire in the future. He says the French looking. And you know, what we won. And this picture is hanging in the Royal Academy annual show all the way through Napoleon's hundred days on the battle of Waterloo. It just goes to prove the point the English self identify with ancient see pow states also paints Venice, many many times, he's constantly creating the synergy between pussy pow state Venetian Seapower state collagen C pow state, and he's using this as a way of getting people in Britain to understand who they what we need to think about there's a self awareness among the leadership, and that is why they have their sons trained in classical language to connect with Harare's enthu- cities is self conscious. Yes. It is. Yes. The basis of elite education in Britain was the classics Greek and Roman classics is still one of the. Highly prized. Undergraduate subjects at Cambridge. Yes. The young men and women who will make the future of this country. Many of them off India with Greek and Latin and use it on a daily basis. Ancient historians studying classical civilization because it's highly important and remarkably relevant. So a mousetrap of the policy is critical understand how it was we built here and applaud the coast going forward there are tensions between Seapower states and continental powers that includes between Britain and the United States, and you say Palmerston, the prime minister recognize this all the US threat. And that Wilson the US president some decades later also saw this contest. Was it self conscious on their part that they saw that? This is possible. This could turn into adversarial. I think both cases these men who have the ability to see beyond that peer group, so Palmerston younger statesman. He's in government from eighteen six. And he dies his prime minister eighteen sixty six this is a man who run loud pots of of the government and ended up as prime minister for his entire life. He was a professional statesman. And he understands what it means to be in the middle of the nineteenth century prolific. He sees the United States has a rising threat along with imperial Russia. And he knows America's weaknesses is plan was to raise a slave revolt in the south using British West Indian troops was critical in the war of eighteen twelve. And when he was in government, and it ended up causing the United States to come as close as it's ever come to being destroyed by by itself. So he thinking along those lines. This is a serious competitor. That we need to be ready for this Wilson is thinking as the festival comes to an end we need to do two things we've dealt with German militarism. Now, we need to deal with the British controlling the old means of communication dominating capital markets, and basically running the world because that's not good for American business. So the end of the festival will Wilson wants to make it impossible for the British to impose. Economic wolf AB I see and to restrict their ability to use the by stopping them. Having the world's biggest navy, and this is the great baffle in Paris in nineteen nineteen. It's not about the terms of peace with Germany about the terms of peace between Britain and America. Wilson's gonna use the league of nations, which he creates to stop Britain dominating global trade..
"daito" Discussed on Revision Path
"Yeah. Now, like, you're more likely to be affected. But as far as women goes, I I just think sometimes it has to be a personal invitation by high person, I could choose to speak at this offer most the you mentioned that I remember I've seen studies in read articles about how that is the case, I it more. So I think broke down around the hiring. Like, I was seeing things saying that if you wanna have more women apply for certain positions, you'll need to invite them personally. Because chances are if there's even one woman by guessing like the the group of men may be just probability speaking here. But that the women won't get chosen for the job or won't get a callback or something to that effect. And I think it's something, you know, granted that is just rampant ugly, pervasive sexism that's in the industry. But it also shows that organizers in such, you know, need to do just more outreach in general. So like what you're saying with the blind voting? I think that's really great because then you're able. Just look at the ideas for their merits. But if the person never submits their idea that it's like there's there's kind of only so much. You can do it's a it's odd sort of a it's a conundrum I guess that happens like getting more people involved in wanting to to talk and share their experience. But then also knowing that it's not. I don't know. This is making any sense like like a four more women. You want? I have more women submit their ideas. But then of course, it goes blind voting, and it's like, oh, well, we don't really know who are picking. But we wanna make sure that we have diversity. I I can see how it could be confusing. Now, I've organized a few different events, and I struggle with the same things as other conference organizers where a may reach out to a handful when women even in my personal network. And it's like oh sorry. I'm busy. I'm this. And that and people are entitled to that. But it's just a lot harder to get as much diversity as you want. Even just in the pool of people who submitted talks. So I'm yeah. I definitely a really tricky problem. But I do think blind voting helps and I think faith in speakers saying, hey, I'm offering my time. I'm willing to review things will also help. I think that's a really good thing that you've got those season speakers that are kind of reaching back to help out the next generation. That's coming up. What do you want to accomplish most in twenty nineteen? You have a dream project or anything that you love to do or something along those lines. Thank question. I think for me twenty nineteen will be about finding the proper balance. That's something that I try to eight or every year pretty much, but I feel like now that I'm here in the Netherlands. I have a chance to be healthier like physically as well. Mythili just a healthier more balanced person. And I tend to like be go go, go, go go, and and for twenty nineteen I honestly just want to slow down and give myself time to just be like, a healthier more centered person is Amsterdam a good city for that it ideal for it. First of all absolutely loved walking. I just love to walk with no purpose. I just walk in Clermont head and all those good things, and it's such a beautiful city and it has sidewalks everywhere. So I just walk for like an hour and their sidewalks. And I'm just walking walking. So if you're familiar with Maryland at all there's very few sidewalks cannot just walk aimlessly all around late. Chorus city. So I know. Respect you like it doesn't want to to walk much by. But the Netherlands is perfect for it. So I think for me that's just something that I wanted to try to be more more mindful of my own like health and things like that. Do you have a dream project or anything that you'd love to do this year? But I Bailey went to accomplish next year is to release a cross platform application, I been spending my time learning a lot about clutter which grew will announce and goes like the twenty seventeen Goliath, and now it's stable and made a one Daito version a couple of weeks ago. And so I really would like to push letter to its limits and get something real out the door next year. So when you say is cross platform..
"daito" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"See I was thinking and Alex English, but he's obviously phase already in. He's obviously a hall Famer, but a plate Griffin. I think I mean, look, he definitely made the clippers a legitimate franchise. King get it. He doesn't have twenty thousand points. Doesn't Bernard king. We're not desert to go because he was a great score. You got hurt. A lot was Blake was score. I dunno Bernard. King's hall of Famer he's in the hall. You have a he was man. I mean, he was so dominant. How about like Larry Johnson and Blake Griffin? I think Blake's better, I know Larry had the back injury comparison. Larry johnson. Play out of the gym was one of the all time. Great college teams ever. Yep. Aim one of the all-time great. Nick thieves ever the ninety nineteen the Ben speaking of being there. We wanna make sure you have a chance to be at the dudes brewing company this Saturday and Torrens for the NFL watch party. You've got a lot of playoff football this weekend. Got Indianapolis and Kansas City. And of course, the Dallas Cowboys and the LA Rams Saturday at the Coliseum, but you can watch the dudes brewing company. Just text dudes to four zero seven zero five that's dudes to four zero seven zero five and get on VIP Lewis have a chance to win autograph memorabilia sporting tickets so much more. The dudes brewing company down in Turin's this Saturday, Michael champagne and nuts for you on the couch this weekend or you're on the road nuts on Saturday. They've got the whole day off. Let's see I think the warriors no doors off that night. So it'll be football doubleheader champagne and nuts to the champagne. It will be chilled to slushy levels. It lasts longer when I sip on it. Will you have Daito on in the? Background michael. Yeah. No question about it. You'll have time always put that on star slow dancing Daito might go fly baby white floor real slow dance song in history and the Lakers lose three to the next four before that gauntlet that they have in front of them schedule-wise with Oklahoma and Houston and Golden State. What point do you start being conservative making the playoffs? They lose next three on the next four to these teams. Oh, I would be I would be just to- panic mode. Are you kidding me? Not listen, Detroit. It's not going to be a pushover tonight. But the Lakers could beat Detroit even without LeBron Rondo. And of course, the bulls are horrible. The Cavs are horrible say doctor, go three and one makers pregame shows coming up next own young great to have you up here, man. Don't be a stranger DSP in LA. We'll hope to have you up here. Come with you the red carpet? Let's do it. Yeah. You there on Golden Globes Sunday, please people helping your cameraman can watch the football game. Michael Thomson will catch up with these soon, buddy. I'm keeping tabs on Goma city thunder for the Lakers came as keep tabs on clay for me to keep going all these. He's pretty this weekend. Klay Thompson doing it. Big Ben lines emphasis on appreciate you guys rocking out Lakers and pistons coming up tonight on ESPN LA.
"daito" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"The CW, Roswell New Mexico premieres Tuesday, January fifteenth at nine eight central is Daito doing the theme song again. No, she's not Lee. Then who is was Daito busy. Can we please stop talking about that? Oh, you know. I love talking about that of we can't talk about that right now. It's always a time to talk about Daito, Roswell New Mexico, premiers January fifteenth at nine eight central and Daito does not do the theme song. Ironically, though, I. Calling you kill hind. I at the all die by. I was wondering is this like weird or bad? Like, sometimes I think about like actually kind of when I listen to this podcast. I think about like Jonathan Chattan. When like we run out of water. Played what he would like what he's gonna do. I should've said I liked about that. But. It it. Being it doesn't even during a heat, honestly it to search. But like. Maybe it's possible. Yeah. So. What would we do when rioting that we have hundred phone in lapses because of extreme climate change? Should be thinking Banaria out with anyone out..