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"daniel wolf" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:13 min | 8 months ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You never had a friend like that. It's crazy. Never had the Rams on the back foot. Never. They never thought about going backwards ever because you didn't give him a reason to just 69 plays, guys. Just look at what the Raiders did less. Just look at the Raiders did last night. Ryan Clark did a great job with Scott Van Pelt breaking down in the in the game winner game winner that they had a they had no safety back. 00 right place right coverage coverage and then a natural pick was set by one of the wide receivers and Uh, scored the touch is bumped into him for a second. He he was. He knew he was beat. And David Carr just was able to fade away from the guy who's blitzing at him. And just basically thrown out loop and the guy caught it. But the Raiders this David Carr was it his Derek Carr? Derek would be funny if they they were throwing the ball down. Rio? Yes. Go to every team Seattle what they do. My God, Please look at Tyler Lockett. How about his second touchdown? By the way? Yeah, Uh, Gloria's point. You look at every team. Oh, there's something to put in a 13 play drive together and in controlling 7.5 minutes of the clock. That's fun if you can do it, but the object of the game is putting the ball into the end zone. Do you think the Rams are going? God? We only control the ball for 25 minutes. Now why they scored. 30 scored touchdowns. The object of the game is to put the ball into the end zone and to keep it out of your end zone. You want to control the clock? Go ahead. You can have it now. It's time for you to do something. What do you do? I'm telling you, like not working Fences are daring departmental. Do what your co just said. What broke it open. What? Broken up, Tyree Real down the field down the field. Go watch the did you watch the ranch and watch the Colts game? Go watch the film of the Cardinals. Titans game watch Christian Kirk streaking down the field and Kyler Murray throwing the ball up to him like I mean, Every game you put on like this is offense in 2021. We're going down the field and they were 35 minutes. You don't throw the ball down the field thing. Is there any accountability whatsoever? Doing better than the Allen Robinson wanted is the one that the one with the dots on where every pass was going. Okay, well, incompletions, the intercept plot of the scatter plot. Yeah, the spray chart. I called the football sprayed football straight from where the football is going to go left to right. It looks fantastic. A great disparity of balls left to right. The problem is there was nothing down the field. Nothing. They accept problem. It's a Matt Nagy problems Getting this isn't any dog problems. The Matt Nagy problem the way you design this office, it's a match. Nagy problem. The best play against New Orleans last year would have been the one Javon Wims catches. Yeah, but he didn't catch it. He dropped it. But all the credit in the world you design something The guy was open. Finally, All the guy has to do is catch it. But that's seven points on the board. It's there. It says, seven points. It's a touchdown. Are they up there at least this week? Like Is there? Accountability do they look like if we can sit and look at it? Could they be in their minds somehow rationalizing? No guys. The game plan was good. We had to go quick against the Rams. Like how can we sit here? And you know, I'll just say me or Mark who never played football at a high level whatsoever. How can I look at that in? No, It's wrong. It's wrong and and they're like in their minds. What could they possibly be thinking? I don't. I don't know. That's just don't hate, but hey, man, he's got a new McDonald's commercial home. Oh, how about that? Did you see that New McDonald's commercial? I didn't. I didn't know, man. He's got a social media. I was hired to help you make this great team even better. We're doing paid time off tuition assistance for school, too. And hey, if they put into work they can make manager on this team. I wish you could make manager. I mean, I mean, come on, That's that's what we're doing here, kid. You kidding commercial? You cannot go into a game in the NFL in this era and say we're going to be afraid. And we're not going to throw a ball beyond 20 yards, and it's nothing but three step drops. I mean, like you, you cannot. I just called you scared. I just told you how hungry and did he did it with slogans. That's how he got downfield. One of the greatest touchdowns the Packers ever scored against. The Bears was on a Monday night ER, where they ran from the one yard line. They ran a slug O and I'm sitting next to Mike that's sitting. I'm standing next to Mike and I hear Michael your work because it's going to work. He saw the coverage, he said. This got a chance before snap like my hardest snap. Mike knew there's a chance for it to work. Now. You gotta throw it. You gotta catch it. That's the only thing stopping it from working. But they knew Daniel Wolf Wolf was going to buy that. Robert Brooks, who was that? Yeah, yeah. 99 yarder. There we go to the house. He knew it. Wow, what we possess the ball for 12 seconds And you had a nine year you had seven points on the board, which is the most important thing. I just It's I don't know. I mean, today. Listen, even creating you watch coffin. I watched Burnell plan. I watched a bunch of tapes. You know the old tapes and I took a look. You know what Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell? They would go honestly. Heavens, it was once a quarter. They're running deep four times game, if not six times a game. They're running the ball deep just to let you know they're willing to go deep. You've got to prove to them that you're willing to go deep. If you don't you get accordion. You get crushed. You get killed, Everything squeezed down, you becomes a problem and it'll drive you crazy. It's infuriating. It's the same old, same old that we've been seeing for a couple years now, and I don't know when it's going. Well, How about that? Two guys to that point that you just made If you're as an offence willing to go deep, or at least threatened the defense right if they make a mistake, Guess what? You might have a touchdown. Where is when you don't you're going to try and marched down the field. Even the most efficient offenses in the league have a difficult time going. 10 12 14 play drive, Shoot yourself in the foot baseball. The baseball analogy. Miller is like, you know, nobody wants to start try to string together a bunch of singles to score runs anymore like it's too hard, You know, it's just It's too hard. And if you're Like there are outcomes other than just you design something great in the school year player like you said, you could have blown coverage. You can have a p I penalty that moves You 40 yards down the field like there are other outcomes. You cannot possess the ball for 35 minutes in an NFL game in 2021 not attempt to pass beyond 13 or 15 yards. It's crazy. For how.

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"daniel wolf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of P and G's Japan subsidiary introduced the podiums on which athletes will get their medals. The Tokyo 2020 podiums are made from used plastic packages. Directly collected by consumers and then recycled. Even the gold, silver and bronze are part of the symbolism they'll be extracted from recycled cell phones and other gadgets to make the athletes medals. But some analysts say the symbolism of sustainability exaggerates the reality. Unfortunately, the data show that sustainability all dimensions, um is decreasing over time from 1992 to 2020 That's fan Daniel Wolf at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. He co authored a study of the sustainability of recent Olympic Games, Wolf defined sustainable as having limited ecological impact, promoting social justice and being economically efficient. These goals, he says, tend to take a back seat to the ambition to put on dazzling mega events. But Wolf and some environmental groups do give Olympic organizers credit for at least trying. Masako Konishi is the climate and energy project leader at WWF Japan. She praises the Games Energy plan, so the extra electricity that is required for the Tokyo Olympic will be 100% renewable energy. And that could be a very good role model for the future Olympics. The games will, of course, still produce carbon emissions. But she says the organizers have already secured more than enough carbon credits to try to offset the greenhouse gases. The games produced so 150% of their credits has been collected, and that would make it the First ever carbon negative Olympic Konishi isn't his upbeat about sourcing seafood or how to serve athletes. Sushi without overfishing, the seas, she says, Japanese suppliers have lobbied Olympic organizers to water down their sourcing standards. Basically, they're saying that if the standard is too strict There will be not much Japanese marine product going into the Olympic of Tokyo. Sourcing. Timber is also a thorny problem. The Rainforest Action Network or ran traced plywood from the construction of an Olympic stadium in Tokyo to the forests of Indonesia. Hannah Heineken campaigner with the group explains their findings. We actually found that the majority of the Indonesian plywood that the Olympic organizers sourced was coming from Rainforests that are being converted into palm oil plantations. The conversion destroys some of the oldest forests on earth that are home to endangered orangutan ends. Heineken says ran complained to Olympic organizers who rejected the complaint. Whatever standards the game set for sustainability, researchers Van Daniel Wolf says they're likely to be overshadowed by the bigger crisis. In the final analysis, I think Tokyo will be remembered more as a as a pandemic games rather than any claims to.

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"daniel wolf" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Is decreasing over time from nineteen ninety. Two to twenty twenty. That's fan daniel wolf. At the university of lausanne switzerland he co authored. A study of the sustainability of recent olympic games wolf define sustainable as having limited ecological impact promoting social justice and being economically efficient. These goals he says tend to take a back seat to the ambition to put on dazzling mega events but wolf and some environmental groups. Do give olympic organizers credit for at least trying. Monaco konishi is the climate and energy project leader at wwf japan. She praises the games energy plan. So the extra electricity that is required for the tokyo olympic will be one hundred percent renewable energy and that could be a very good role model for the future olympics. The games will of course still produce carbon emissions. But she says the organizers have already secured more than enough carbon credits to try to offset the greenhouse gases. The games produce so well under fifty percent of credits has been collected and that would make it the first ever cubbon. Negative olympic konishi isn't is upbeat about sourcing seafood or how to serve athletes sushi without overfishing the sees. She says japanese suppliers have lobbied olympic organizers to water down there sourcing standards basically they are saying that. If that's not too strict there will be not much. Japanese marine products going into the olympic of tokyo. Sourcing timber is also a thorny problem the rainforest action network or ran traced plywood from the construction of an olympic stadium in tokyo to the forests of indonesia. Hannah heineken campaigner with the group explains their findings. We actually found that. The majority of the indonesian plywood that the olympic organizers source was coming from rainforests that are being converted into palm oil clan -tations. The conversion destroys some of the oldest forest on earth. That are home to endangered. Orangutans heineken says ran complained to olympic organizers who rejected the complaint whatever standards the game set for sustainability researchers fen. Daniel wolf says they're likely to be overshadowed by the bigger crisis in the final analysis. I think tokyo will be remembered. More as a pandemic games rather than any claims to sustainability. Anthony kuhn npr news..

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"daniel wolf" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Organizers. Have pledged the games will be safe from the pandemic. they also say they'll be environmentally friendly. Npr's anthony kuhn takes a closer look at that claim last month. Grandiose music's welded a ceremony to unveil symbols of olympic sustainability when simple comes courtesy of olympic sponsor procter and gamble stanislav vesa. Ceo of png's. Japan subsidiary introduced the podiums on which athletes will get their medals. The tokyo atlanta twenty podiums are made for use plastic packages directly collected by consumers and then recycled even the gold silver and bronze part of the symbolism. They'll be extracted from recycled cell phones and other gadgets to make the athletes medals but some analysts say the symbolism of sustainability exaggerates the reality unfortunately the data show that stability in all dimensions is decreasing over time from nineteen ninety. Two to twenty twenty. That's fan daniel wolf. At the university of lausanne switzerland he co authored. A study of the sustainability of recent olympic games wolf define sustainable as having limited ecological impact promoting social justice and being economically efficient. These goals he says tend to take a back seat to the ambition to put on dazzling mega events but wolf and some environmental groups. Do give olympic organizers credit for at least trying. Monaco konishi is the climate and energy project leader at wwf japan. She praises the games energy plan. So the extra electricity that is required for the tokyo olympic will be one hundred percent renewable energy and that could be a very good role model for the future olympics. The games will of course still produce carbon emissions. But she says the organizers have already secured more than enough carbon credits to try to offset the greenhouse gases. The games

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How the Olympics Is Working to Be More Environmentally-Friendly

Environment: NPR

02:01 min | 11 months ago

How the Olympics Is Working to Be More Environmentally-Friendly

"Organizers. Have pledged the games will be safe from the pandemic. they also say they'll be environmentally friendly. Npr's anthony kuhn takes a closer look at that claim last month. Grandiose music's welded a ceremony to unveil symbols of olympic sustainability when simple comes courtesy of olympic sponsor procter and gamble stanislav vesa. Ceo of png's. Japan subsidiary introduced the podiums on which athletes will get their medals. The tokyo atlanta twenty podiums are made for use plastic packages directly collected by consumers and then recycled even the gold silver and bronze part of the symbolism. They'll be extracted from recycled cell phones and other gadgets to make the athletes medals but some analysts say the symbolism of sustainability exaggerates the reality unfortunately the data show that stability in all dimensions is decreasing over time from nineteen ninety. Two to twenty twenty. That's fan daniel wolf. At the university of lausanne switzerland he co authored. A study of the sustainability of recent olympic games wolf define sustainable as having limited ecological impact promoting social justice and being economically efficient. These goals he says tend to take a back seat to the ambition to put on dazzling mega events but wolf and some environmental groups. Do give olympic organizers credit for at least trying. Monaco konishi is the climate and energy project leader at wwf japan. She praises the games energy plan. So the extra electricity that is required for the tokyo olympic will be one hundred percent renewable energy and that could be a very good role model for the future olympics. The games will of course still produce carbon emissions. But she says the organizers have already secured more than enough carbon credits to try to offset the greenhouse gases. The games

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"daniel wolf" Discussed on Curiosity Wins

Curiosity Wins

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on Curiosity Wins

"Then diesel ran Dan so that oh I totally fucked up that joke? Same even diesel walk so that no one could run anyways It's also weird. Because he chops up parts of the song and then like repeats and then he stitches to surfboard by beyond say and then we get some robotic cheerleader. Cheerleader Penguin moves. And the weirdest part is that in the middle of this Does dancing video. That's over seven minutes long. He takes a break to say say that his film Riddick is number one in the DVD charts and now as the cut notes it says if you watch the whole thing hoping for some sort of conclusion solution there isn't one then diesel told you he loves music and that's all you get seven and a half minutes of VIN diesel loving music. Now I WANNA know if then was on on some drugs was he high and I thought another interesting part of this. This article was that he had sixty three million likes on his facebook pige and he says that facebook used to ask him to come to their office and explain what the fuck he was doing how he had so many fan. It's an he says says facebook really owes me billions of dollars and he attributes this kind of fame two just the fact that he's real with his followers that he was kind of one of the first celebrities to do. I don't know if that's true but overall very interesting very weird I feel bad for this poor man who wrote this article continually thinks about this video because oftentimes times. I would tell you guys to go watch this so you get the full context but I think you can skip this one because it was seven minutes of my life. I can't get back in on a darker note. I warned learned discuss something that I can't stop thinking about. And that is the video of trump and Milania giving out candy at the White House. Now this you have to go watch because there. Is this poor child in a minion costume. It's an inflatable minion costume very cute. But he has a candy bag and he has arms and he's holding holding the candy bag and instead of putting the candy bars in his hand or his bag they put it on this poor child inflatable head and the candy eighty bucks just slide off and onto the ground or into another girl's bag. She comes to she gotTA swoops them up. And it's like a conveyor belt like these kids don't get a chance chance to come back and get more candy. They're just passed on a frequent factory conveyor about and that poor Minya not only trump put the candy on his head Malania put the Katie Gedi on his head to and it is just so socially awkward and weird. I need you guys to watch okay. We have another bridget. Read article and this is from my friend. Liz who alerted me to this and it's called we love and support this grim office worker of the future it says office workers scrolling through twitter on Friday crew. Suddenly alarmed when an article designed to scare them into buying ergonomic furniture began making the rounds life size model shows what office workers might look like in twenty years it said accompanied by a photo of hunched over fake woman named Emma. Emma was the result of a study commissioned by British Office Equipment Company fellows and she has several attributes that are meant to emulate the result of bad posture furniture and hobbits a permanently bent caused by sitting for hours. In bad positions varicose veins veins from poor blood flow a rotund stomach caused by a sedentary position. Dry and red is from long era our staring at a computer screen and other health conditions. Now obviously do we have to acknowledge that this was done by a company who is trying to sell furniture so there's a reason behind their madness but wet. Listen I were commenting on. Was the scary reality of this. PORT EMMA's General atmosphere. I myself have some really obvious means means that I just self tan the shit out of an attempt to cover them. My posture is awful. I have like I can already see. Oh I'm sorry I just cracked my neck just thinking about it but my my name is like any constant kind of hunched over manner. I have like the little on the back that Emma has to stronger degree. I'm poor as hell unless I don't Self Tan myself. I had to get lay sick because my eyes were wreck since age of eighth grade but let me tell you. Five years of staring at a computer screen and legal documents was not doing it any help my stomach is fairly rotund. So you know what I can relate. I'm Marty there honey. I don't need to be fifty to get to your point but as the cut remarks great red nail Polish Emma. It goes with that red. Patch eggs ma on your inner elbow and at least I also keep my nails done minor white So not matching the eggs on my scalp that I have really actually does it. Matches is the Dandruff all my scalp so point. One for me again. y'All like I said I Mari there. I am at Emma's point. Can y'all just spread the word about about the kind of cute podcast so I don't have to stare at legal documents all day. I beg of you save me from this fate and there was a comment on this article that I thought was kind of funny. It says fear mongering at brought to you by British Office Equipment Company so of office workers don't have access to costly Ergonomic equipment. They're trying to scare them by offering a grim depiction. Shit twenty years in the future again. Commoner I I applaud you for maybe having a job where you don't have to sit at a computer all day but I don't think this is a depiction of twenty years in the future. I think it's very much the now all right onto our last article of the day. It just needed one little halloween article to throw in since it is Halloween gene. And this one's called if Elizabeth Holmes accused of yet another crime a black turtlenecks shortage by Amelia Charca. And it says on Monday courts sports writer. Daniel Wolf reported that all unique Lowe's stores within a forty mile radius of his bay area. Zip Code seemed to be sold out of long sleeved black turtlenecks which he needed for his costume. Now the twist is that wolf was trying to dress up as a bumblebee. But the reason supposedly that all the turtlenecks for gone is that everyone in their mother is dressing up his Elizabeth homes. And I don't blame them. It's an easy costume. If I was blonde signed me up and I just love the story of villas with homes. I have been fascinated. I remember my mom coming to me years ago and being like Bailey. There's this company it's called there does it's going to change the world this girl so young. She's she's already billionaire. And now look how the mighty have fallen as we've addressed here for some reason. We Love Scam Story. So people dressing up as this seems really right I would love a picture of someone dressed up as caroline. Calloway Billy McFarland from the fire fest. Fame Elizabeth homes and Adele V.. The altogether like that would be an iconic group photo. Even though as I've already said I don't think Caroline callaway is a scammer. I don't think she belongs in that group but she has a sense of humor humor about the whole thing so why not all right guys. We're onto legit shit or this week. I am so sorry I failed to give you guys eligible shit last week and for that. You're into this week baby. So my first one is pharmacy green clean. The SA- facial cleanser. It's kind of like a bomb consistency. And there's a limited edition Cherry one right now. That smells like Cherry Marzipan. So go out and get that. I highly recommend so what you what's your take just a little bit of the bomb and you rub it on her face dry and it literally melts off your makeup but even if you don't wear makeup even if you're a man I would highly suggest this just really Clinton your face. It's great it makes your face feel clean but not tight have talked about this before on the podcast. I feel like I'm literally like the Apostle for this green clean shit so go out and try yourself some. It smells delightful at has clean good ingredients and it's a great product. I recommend to everyone and everyone who liked borrow some uses. It goes out and buys it because it's not good my second one are these colored drippy candles channels so they look white on the outside but when you burn them they drip all of these different colors and they look so cool when you put them in like.

"daniel wolf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"New York. Own from our own correspondent after this bulletin. We talk politics, safety and football in Israel, watching arsenal saved. My life said Daniel wolf it saved. All our lives added his dad, Robert and prevented a war Peru tries to curb its dangerous. Gold fever thousands of migrants from the mostly single men who sets up informal settlements. The biggest is la- pumper alot this camp of up to twenty five thousand people when mine is in shorts and white rubber boots splashed their cash in the bars and brothels that line the highway and asking the hard questions in Tanzania, why answering is even more difficult. He pulled me aside and told me that he urgently needed to tell me something iron last night. After the interview I was approached by government spies. He whispered all of that. And why Kuwait rocks to music from Yemen? That's from our own correspondent with me Pasqua harder. After the news. BBC news. Hello, Jerry Smit demonstrators in Sudan say that movement, which they described as a revolution has to be vigilant over the next seventy two hours because they have not yet achieved victory. Speaking to the BBC spokesperson for the protesters. Sarah Abdulkhalim will said more change was necessary. We're waiting for implementation until now so Dan TV and Sudan raid, you do not talk about the revolution. We have not been invited to talk in any of these latte forms. We are not quite sure what is happening to the National Intelligence Service that has been a very strong internet and cyber attacks on the revolution. Abdel Galil said. Sudanese diplomats posted abroad should be replaced. So that the movement was represented internationally. The protesters are demanding a civilian government and investigations into the former President, Omar Bashir and the intelligence services. General Borhan Avila man's transitional council includes only high-ranking officers from the police intelligence and army. A group of North Korean defectors in South Korea says it sent thousands of anti Pyongyang leaflets across the border early on Sunday morning with more details. His country in Davis, the five hundred thousand leaflets were floated across the border in twenty balloons along with one dollar bills. And booklets the group said earlier this month that it was planning to send them because Pyongyang had not kept its promise to give up the country's nuclear program. Leaflet campaigns length is nothing new but in the past year, there've been signs of a thorn in relations between the two neighbours South Korea's government has urged activists to stop dispatching leaflets saying it goes against efforts to reduce tensions and improve ties with the north voters are going to the polls in Finland where the centre-right government collapsed just weeks before the election that he tells from Hristo Puka, the opposition social Democrats are ahead, according to the surveys being part because of the centre-right government's failure. A pass what was meant to be. It's landmark piece of legislation major reform our health and welfare services, but the lead is narrow and the field like in many other European countries is becoming increasingly fractured. The system with four large. Parties has given way to one with six medium sized and a number of smaller ones coalition talks are likely to be difficult, especially if as expected the stridently far right Finns party does wealth. The president of Seychelles has made a plea for the greater protection of the world's oceans in a speech delivered underwater, president Donnie four we're speaking from vessel more than one hundred twenty meters below sea level during a visit to a British expedition to explore the death. So the Indian Ocean referring to the oceans is the beating blue heart of our planet. I said the world was running out of time and excuses to combat global warming BBC news. A security guard has been shot dead and another man critically wounded in a drive-by shooting outside a nightclub in the Australian city of Melbourne. The gunman fired into a crowd outside the club. Phil Mercer reports. Police in Melbourne say at least four people were hit by gunshots fired at close range from a car into a crowd outside the nightclub a security guard died later in hospital the motive for the attack is unclear but Australian detectives are investigating possible. Links to motorcycle gangs and other organized crime groups, senior officers say they've been previous attempts to extort money from the nightclub with a week to go before Ukraine's presidential runoff election. The incumbent petro Pora shaneco is planning to turn up shortly at Kiev's Olympic stadium for a televised debate with his rival who intends to be there on a different date, fuller deem as linski who has a clear lead in opinion polls and. Is the debate will take place in the same stadium. Friday, two days before the vote. Police in the northeastern Indian state of Assam have arrested eight people over an attack on a Muslim man who was also forced tweet pork against his religious, custom. There was widespread anger in India after video clip is shared on social media last week, which purportedly showed a group of men. Abusing sheltered early for selling beef. A seventy five year old man in the state of Florida has died after being attacked by cassowaries a large flightless bird that he owned. It's believed that the Cossery have bird native to Australia. So severely injured Marvin hundred twelve to heat foreign down. He later died in hospital. Bizarre Joe said kept exotic animals for many years, the cancer wary is similar to a name you and can grow two meters tool. And that's the latest babysat news. This is from our own correspondent here on the BBC World Service. I'm PASCAL harsher. Hello and welcome to the program, which takes you behind the headlines and into people's lives in this edition will go into the Amazon jungle where they are taking gold from the ground and putting mercury into the food chain where also in Tanzania to get a sense of the Rufiji river before a controversial new dam is built. But the trip tells us more about the president's tightening grip over the whole country. And we hear why Kuwait is so moved by the music of Yemen that I to Israel Benjamin Netanyahu is set to become Israel's longest serving prime minister after a tough election campaign against a former army chief Benny Ganz. Final results put his Likud party narrowly ahead taking thirty six out of one hundred twenty parliamentary seats leaving mister Netanyahu. Well, placed to form a new governing coalition with small right-wing and religious parties during his time in office. Israeli politics has shifted to the right and the issue of solving. The decades old Palestinian conflict has slipped down the agenda on the campaign trail on Middle East. Correspondent Ulan no ask the Israeli. She met about their views. And she also heard about the importance of football. Watching arsenal saved. My life said Daniel wolf it saved all our lives at his dad, Robert and prevented a war. Imagine what would have happened. If seven people were killed here. Just days before Israel went to the polls. I stood with the wolves of british-israeli family in a quiet village north of Tel Aviv surrounded by the rubble of their home. It's being destroyed by a powerful rocket fired from Gaza two weeks earlier Daniel was the only one who heard the warning siren at five AM because he'd been dozing on the sofa after watching a recorded football game. He roused his wife and little daughters. Rushing them to the bomb shelter and woke his parents. Everything's shook. And I heard this great big bang, recalled Lee Daniel sister who lives next door. Everything went back. It was like the end of the world, although three family members, including his baby granddaughter had shrapnel injuries. Robert Wolff said that overall his loved ones had a miraculous escape, and he felt there all deal showed the urgency of solving Israel's long running conflict with the Palestinians. This could be anyone anywhere. In israel. Robert said, we need a leader who's brave enough to bring peace the during this tight election campaign. There was surprisingly little debate about how to revive the stalled peace process after a flare up in tensions with Gaza militants caused by the rocket attack, which saw dozens of Israel airstrikes, Egypt helped restore relative calm and neither Benjamin Netanyahu nor his main rival bennigan's proposed longer term plans. Both avoided talk of the two state solution. The international formula for peace, which would see the creation of a Palestinian state alongside Israel often in this election. The two men weren't competing on policies, but on character and attitude. Shoot. The PM gave a polished performance running for his fifth term stressing his global, friendships and experience and shrugging off corruption charges is facing the unassuming missed against promised cleaner politics. I met the former military chief at a campaign event an asked how he differ from Netanyahu. There was an awkwardly long pause before he offered it will be the citizens that worry me not myself suggesting that mister Netanyahu prioritized his own interests. And staying in power that was a message that resonated with many Israelis, I just want change one. Young woman told me BB acts like his king. She added disdainfully referring to the prime minister by his nickname on voting day in Tel Aviv. I found plenty of posters for Ganz and his political alliance. And at the polling stations, even a Yorkshire terrier with his head in a bow wore their stickers. But the fact that mister Netanyahu's party ultimately won one more parliamentary seat setting him up to lead a new coalition. Government wasn't a great surprise in less affluent neighborhoods. I met supporters cheering for king. Bb Israelis living in the occupied West Bank approved of his promise late in the campaign to annex the settlements making them formerly part of Israel in a settlement supermarket bat. Ami sympton, iced coffee and blamed the media for whipping up bribery claims against Netanyahu calling them a witch hunt. Her husband's Naphtali worried about President Trump's peace plan due to be announced soon, we prefer Netanyahu to lead to protect Israel's interests. He said not untested people settlements is seen as a legal under international law and Palestinians argue their expansion makes their dream of having their own state impossible, nevertheless. S at a music festival in Ramallah, a singer silly man was uninterested in Israel's elections. We don't really think about who wins because it's all going to look just as bad for us. He told me young people, drink the local beer and danced wildly as his band sang about that everyday realities, unemployment immigration, and the Israeli occupation. You can't escape politics here. But we try to be sarcastic and fun Sulaiman explained. We just want to live like anybody anywhere in the world. That in Israel, the Wolfe family, also craved a normal life. Daniel had had flashbacks to the moment of the rockets hit his father was waiting to rebuild their house. I couldn't help thinking how often I'd seen Palestinians and Israelis dealing with similar traumas, and I reflected that the direction of politics made it harder to believe that being end anytime soon. It was almost like Robert wolf that my mind, you know, what he said I'd really like to see you out of a job. And I mean that in the nicest way. Your land..

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"daniel wolf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The first quarter. But what lies ahead in the world of big deals well June? Bloomberg's vonnie Quinn spoke with Daniel wolf emanate partner at Kirkland and Ellis. And Bloomberg's senior deals reporter, Ed Hammond. Let's start with you. What is warm portent dollar amount or a number of deals bull? Both factors are important. I think when people look at the market they're looking for dollar amounts as a barometer of how robust the market is what they see on the front page of the newspaper. But when you think about the overall health of market and a robust barometer of the health of the market number deals is important because that tells you the breadth of the activity rather than just focusing on this narrow slice at the top of the market, which generates the high dollar values, and that number has actually come down to quote, we saw this strange dislocation way. We have a terrible December credit we've ruled into twenty nineteen with the risk of Lonsdale. Very very big. But actually, the the count of deals is fully what does that tell us about what we on now in Yemen? It's true. I think what we saw was about a thirty percent drop in the number of deals, even though the dollar number remained fairly flat. I think it tells you that there's a number of factors that are depressing them in a tizzy. It's. Hard to pinpoint a single one of them. But I think you mentioned the the debt market dislocation. I think there are some residual impacts of that certainly offset by the feds indication that it wasn't going to be raising interest rates again this year, but that's certainly some jitters in in the debt market resulting from that. I think you also have concerns about valuations, which I think is the lace also to the questions about continued global growth. I think a lot of the buyers are looking at stock prices and deal values and saying those aren't those are outpacing the fundamentals of the businesses they're looking the bias. But also a lot of the by shell because it's been increasing trend we've seen the acquirer Siamese showed as a react negatively day wanted to deal than they have done through the cycle. But also becoming a level of oak. When the Kristen deals we saw that in the new deal with what we also saw the Bristol cell, gene deal. More recently. I know you're involved in that this not about you can say, but how much of an issue is that become requires a nationally going forward with big deal. And I think another. Driver of that trend is the fact that stock has become an increasingly important component of a lot of the big deals that we're seeing and when shareholder see stock being issued in the deal they start to worry about things like dilution, whether they're issuing undervalued stock if they perceive their stock to be undervalued. So you're starting to see his boards have to spend time ahead of by side Emini thinking about what that shareholder reaction might be. They have to think about I've done a lot of shareholder engagement. That's been the popular thing that everyone's been saying to do the last three years the digest that and think about what have you shareholders been telling you, how are your shareholders react to this deal. Are there vulnerabilities in my deal terms, or my deal structure that shareholders are going to pounce on if they oppose the deal? And when you issue more than twenty percent of stock you need a shareholder vote, and that's really an opening where an activist or shareholder that opposes the deal can jump in and make some noise how have your thoughts on vertical versus horizontal deal. Evolved over the last couple of years. I think on the regulatory side there have been a bunch of new regimes that have come in place. You have the sickest pilot program actually, the European national security team is coming online tomorrow, actually, so but we haven't really seen that play out necessarily that substantively. I think the key on the regulatory side that we've been focused on is unexpected outcomes. I think a lot of the times we're seeing substantive outcomes and timelines going and unexpected directions you had AT and T Time Warner that you refer to challenging vertical merger. I don't think anyone thought at the outset that they were going go through trials in order to get that deal done. You had an XP Qualcomm where you had the Chinese regulator blocking the deal and just the other day you had sixtieth stepping in and forcing the divestiture of the grinder dating app long after the deal closed. So I think what you really seeing people having a hard time guessing at what the timelines going to be a what the outcome might be nuts causing uncertainty in the deal market that was Daniel wolf emanate partner Kirk. Oakland analysis and Bloomberg senior deals reporter at Hammond and coming up Luma sales. Vice chairman.

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"daniel wolf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Both factors are important. I think when people look at the market they're looking for dollar amounts as a barometer of how robust the market is what they see on the front page of the newspaper. But when you think about the overall health the market and a robust barometer of the health of the market number deals is important because that tells you the breadth of the activity rather than just focusing on this narrow slice at the top of the market, which generates the high dollar values, and that number has actually come down, Nicole to we saw this strange this dislocation way, we had a terrible December credit. Rolled into twenty nine. Still very very big. But actually, the the the count of deals is full of. So what does that tell us about where we on now in Yemen, burn? It's true. I think what we saw was about a thirty percent for up in the number of the even though the dollar number remained fairly flat. I think it tells you that there's a number of factors that are depressing them at at Tiffany. It's hard to pinpoint a single one of them. But I think you mentioned the the debt market dislocation. I think there are some residual impacts of that certainly offset by the feds indication that it wasn't going to be raising interest rates again this year, but that's certainly some jitter in in the debt market resulting from that. I think you also have concerns about valuations, which I think is release also to the questions about continued global growth. I think a lot of the buyers are looking at stock prices and deal values and saying those aren't those are outpacing the fundamentals of the businesses that are looking at the bar is. But also a lot of the by shell because this has been an increasing trend we've seen the show is a. React negatively day one to deal more than they have done through the cycle. But also becoming a the deals we saw that in the in the new month deal with go wheels. I Bristol recently. I know you're involved in around you can say, but how much of an issue is that become requires an action going forward with big deal. And I think another driver of that trend is the fact that stock has become an increasingly important component of a lot of the big deals that we're seeing and when shareholder see stock being issued in the deal, they start to worry about things like delusion. Whether they're issuing undervalued stock if they perceive their stock to be undervalue. So you're starting to see his boards have to to spend time ahead of by side. A thinking about what that shareholder reaction might be. They have to think about I've done a lot of shareholder engagement. That's been the popular thing that everyone's been saying to do the last three years the digest that and think about what have your shareholders been telling you, how are your shareholders than react to this deal. Are there vulnerabilities in my deal? Terms, or my deal structure that shareholders are going to pounce on if they oppose the deal. And when you issue more than twenty percent of stock you need a shareholder vote, and that's really an opening where an activist or shareholder that opposes the deal can jump in and make some noise how have your thoughts on vertical versus horizontal deal evolved over the last couple of years. I think on the regulatory side there have been a bunch of new regimes that have come in place. You have the sickest pilot program actually, the European national security team is coming online tomorrow, actually. So we're we haven't really seen that play out necessarily that substantively. I think the key on the regulatory side that we've been focused on is unexpected outcomes. I think a lot of the times we're seeing substantive outcomes and timelines going and unexpected directions you had AT and T Time Warner that you refer to challenging vertical merger. I don't think anyone thought at the outset that they were going go through two trials in order to get that deal done. You had an XP Qualcomm where you had the Chinese. Regulator blocking the deal and just the other day you had sippy stepping in and forcing the divestiture of the grinder dating app long after the deal closed. So I think what you're really seeing people having a hard time guessing at what the timelines going to be a what the outcome might be that's causing uncertainty in the deal market that was Daniel wolf emanate partner Kirkland analysis and Bloomberg senior deals reporter at Hammond and coming up Luma sales. Vice chairman, Dan.

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"daniel wolf" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:45 min | 3 years ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Go to masterbuilt dot com so about halfway through it. That's content. So far, nobody's going to get it. So far, I've had the best content. Me up Daniel wolf tweets Rome Skillet. Great interview with at Ethan have twenty two dude has a phenomenal attitude which makes it easy to see. Why he's so successful hashtag Jake picks, you dub, hashtag hustle plays. Jake's not there yet. But he's close. He's close. Well, I think this guy nails it. Here's an Email. I liked both teams in the Rams V saints game. Like both coaches had favorite found. Both story lines compelling as a football junkie. I just wanted to relish every play as the season winds down and see the best teams advanced to the Super Bowl. But that's not the way. It went down. If Roby Coleman turns his head and takes it back. I'm good. Or if the refs make the obvious call the saints kicker field goal with no time left. I'm all. So good. But to watch the Rams db Dc Clete a saints receiver while the ball was in the air, and the rest failed to respond is if they were in a coma or worse is unacceptable. Why in the hell pay coaches and players millions of dollars charge fans? Good money for a seat. And then let incompetent bozos decide the outcome of a game that big or any game. How was that? Good for quote, the Bryant Mike and Tampa respect to call perfectly said that's not good for the brand when you're coming off championship Sunday. And you begin Monday by talking about the game's not about the players not about the place. They made not about the story lines. But only about the refs that's not good for the brand. To overtime games. It should have gone down is one of the greatest weekends ever. But that's not what we're talking about. And again, I understand bad calls are a part of the game. I understand it part of being a player and it's hammered into us since day one. You gotta play through it yet. Find a way to overcome it. You gotta find a way to forget it and you have to play despite that on the old mid proponent of scoreboard. But in I never thought that I would ever compromise that it's just scoreboard period end of the day. But when you miss a Paul a call that badly that blatant, and it's right there and there are two blatant penalties on the same play and not one flag. And that is the difference between going to the Super Bowl or not to make that a call. And that big of a stage is inexcusable that can't happen. I'm not saying, that's the only reason they lost. I am saying that if the rest get it, right? Right. They win because they would have the Rams had one time out the saints taken the few times they spin clock. They kicked a field goal the hell out of there. They're going to the AT L. I'm sure the defense is made a play the Rams go down the field. But they did. And they shouldn't have had the opportunity that can't happen. So either you give the referees the help that they need with the technology. You have and make everything reviewable or if you don't like that. And you think it's going to add too much time to the games, then take it all away inlet human error be the thing. But don't try and half acid. Don't try and do it halfway because it's not working. It's just not working. All right. So I've got to give away a masterbuilt smoker. I can't do that in less. I get some content from you one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six let's go to San Bernardino hearing, so cow Joel Joel good morning. What's up, man? How you doing? Good. Good. Joe? How about you? Not good, man. I'm the saints fan die hard canes fan. And I as you said, you know, I live in California man, this one hurts, but. You know? I I still gotta give their line props for that field goal, man. That was that was a huge kick. And you know, they they battled through it. But I feel like the better team didn't win that game. Man. I would've I would like to see it go another four quarters, man. But you know, it is what it is go. Thanks, man. All right. Thank you. Saints fan, who's not happy. As far as line goes to kick a forty eight yarder to send nothing OT to kick a fifty seven yarder. That would have been good from seventy seven. Yeah. It helps it helps to have good kicker. There is no doubt. Never a doubt. I mean, I hate anytime. Somebody complains about the rest. I'm always the first I to say man, it's just the lamest thing ever. That's not what this is about. That's not what this is about. But today that is what this is about not exclusively. But it's the most important thing. And that's why I started the day with it. That was not the only bad call that was not the only egregious call. That was the worst call. You can't miss that. Call James Jones played nine years in the NFL who won a Super Bowl selling the program when I saw it initially. I thought there was a bang bang play. But then when I saw it in slow motion and replan you it wasn't. I don't know. I mean, that guy knows a hell of a lot more football than I would know in the next one thousand years nothing about that struck me as bang bang again. The defender did not turn to find the ball. He slammed right into the receiver. He said it himself. I was beaten. I was doing whatever I could to prevent the touchdown. So I- slammed into him not always slammed into him, but went hat to hat helmet-to-helmet. To most blatant calls ever. How do you miss that? How could nobody on the field? See that. And then the point is, well, it's not reviewable Dow plays not reviewable. But then the place should be review. -able if you can't get that right on that stage with a chance to go to the Super Bowl hanging in the balance. Then the place should be review -able. But it's not right now. Anybody else? Pauline. Indie tweets, Jim brass move by Slater. On that coin toss yours Hasselbeck saying, we'll take the ball. And we're going to score..

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"daniel wolf" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"daniel wolf" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So far, nobody's going to get it. So far, I've had the best content. Hit me up Daniel wolf tweets Rome Skillet. Great interview with at Ethan half twenty two dude has phenomenal attitude which makes it easy to see. Why he's so successful hashtag Jake picks, you dub, hashtag hustle plays. Jake's there yet, but he's close. He's close. I think this guy Nelson. Here's an Email. I liked both teams in the Rams V. Saints game liked both coaches had no favourite found. Both story lines compelling as a football junkie. I just wanted to relish every play as the season winds down and see the best teams advanced to the Super Bowl. But that's not the way. It went down. If Roby Coleman turns his head and takes it back. I'm good. Or if the refs make the obvious call the saints kickoff field goal with no time left. I'm all so good. But to watch the Rams de Dc Clete a saints receiver while the ball was in the air, and the rest failed to respond is if they were in a coma or worse is unacceptable. Why in the hell pay coaches and players millions of dollars charge fans? Good money for a seat. And then let incompetent bozos decide the outcome of game that big or any game. How was that? Good for quote, the brand Mike and tapa respect. The call perfectly said that's not good for the brand when you're coming off championship Sunday. And you begin Monday by talking not about the game's not about the players not about the place. They made not about the story lines. But only about the refs that's not good for the brand. To overtime games. It should have gone down is one of the greatest weekends ever. But that's not what we're talking about. And again, I understand bad calls are a part of the game. I understand it part of being a player and it's hammered into us since day one. You gotta play through it yet. Find a way to overcome it. You gotta find a way to forget it and you have to play despite that. But you don't know I'm the old mid proponent of scoreboard put in I never thought that I would ever compromise that it's just scoreboard period end of the day. But when you miss a Paul a call that badly that blatant, and it's right there and there are two blatant penalties on the same play and not one flag. And that is the difference between going to the Super Bowl or not to make that data. Call on that big of a stage is inexcusable that can't happen. I'm not saying, that's the only reason they lost. I am saying that if the rest get it, right? They win because they would have the Rams had one time out the saints taken the few times they spin clock. They kicked a field goal the hell out of there. They're going to the AT L. I'm sure the defense is going to make a play the Rams go down the field. But they did. And they shouldn't have had the opportunity that can't happen. So either you give the referees the help that they need with the technology. You have and make everything reviewable or if you don't like that. And you think it's gonna add too much time to the games, then take it all away inlet human error be the thing. But don't try and half ass. It don't try and do it halfway because it's not working. It's just not working. All right. So I've got to give away a master Bill smoker. I can't do that in less. I get some content from you one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six let's go to San Bernardino here in so Cal Joel Joel morning. What's up, man? How you doing? Good good. Joel. How about you? Not good, man. I'm the saints fan die hard canes fan. And I as you said, you know, I live in California mantis when hurts, but you know, I I still gotta give their line props for that field goal, man. That was that was a huge kick. And you know, they battled through it. But I feel like the better team didn't win that game. Man. I would've I would've liked to see it go another four quarters, man. But you know, it is what it is go. Thanks, man. All right. Thank you. It's a saints fan who's not happy. As far as their line goes, you know to kick a forty eight yarder to send that thing at OT to kick a fifty seven yarder that would have been good from seventy seven. Yeah. Man, it helps it helps to have a good kicker. There is no doubt. Never a doubt. I mean, I hate anytime. Somebody complains about the rest of I wanna say man, it's just the lamest thing ever. That's not what this is about. That's not what this is about. But today that is what this is about not exclusively. But it's the most important thing. And that's why I started the day with it. That was not the only bad call that was not the only egregious call. That was the worst call. You can't miss that. Call James Jones played nine years in the NFL who won a Super Bowl selling the program when I saw it initially. I thought it was a bang bang play. But then when I saw it in slow motion and replan you it wasn't. I don't know. I mean, that guy knows a hell of a lot more football than I would know in the next one thousand years nothing about that struck me as bang bang again. The defender did not turn to find the ball. He slammed right into the receiver. He said it himself. I was beaten. I was doing whatever I could to prevent the touchdown so-. I slammed into him not always slammed into him, but went hat to hat helmet-to-helmet. Two most blatant calls ever. How do you miss that? How could nobody on the field seed at? And then the point is, well, it's not reviewable that plays not reviewable within the place should be review. -able if you can't get that right on that stage with a chance to go the SuperBowl hanging in the balance. Then the place should be reviewable. But it's not right now. Anybody else? Pauline. Indie tweets, Jim brass move by Slater. On that coin toss yours Hasselback saying, we'll take the ball. And we're going to score. We're going to score. Okay. Says I've been waiting on this one I've been waiting on her for all morning. Hi, Jim, Mike, God, what it is Aster that NFC game will haunt us. Forever side, everyone who heard Jimmy Buffett saying the national anthem..

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