18 Burst results for "Danzon"

"danzon" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

05:47 min | 3 months ago

"danzon" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

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Travel to Tainan, Taiwan

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

10:41 min | 1 year ago

Travel to Tainan, Taiwan

"I'd like to welcome the show. Katie Liang who is come to us from Vancouver British Columbia. Come to talk to us about Tynan. In the country of Taiwan Katie is from photo spire D- Dot Com. She is a blogger there and we'll put a link to that in the show notes and now katy welcome to the show. Thanks for having amy. So what's your connection. I with Taiwan so I was actually born and raised in Taipei Taiwan which is the capital city of Taiwan. I moved to Canada when I was eleven years old. And I've been back and forth in between the two actually look in Taiwan for four years after graduating university and I just recently moved back to Vancouver have but I will go back to Taiwan again in the next few months or so you have two homes is really what you're telling us. Essentially I cannot sort of home because my family's here and my cats is here. I think spiritually I really really Miss Taiwan and I think I think that's where I really feel at home. Excellent will in. Why should someone go to this? Part of Taiwan. We've talked about Taiwan the show three times before I think this is an area we have dealt with. Why should we go to China so I want to talk about ten specifically because I really enjoy going in there so it can be the short weekend trip for me? But I've been there numerous times and each time so much to discover and I think the essence assists me about the warmth the people there and history and culture can find there and we're in the southern part of the island on the western coast of Taiwan so the opposite end of the airline pretty much from Taipei. I guess you could say that. It's about four hours drive from Taipei. But if you take the high speed rail it's only two and a half hours. What should we do in China? What itinerary recommend for US Tannen on is really about the street food so the first thing going to try is definitely to find some Thomas Breakfast so breakfast is essentially things psych? Mike Soya milk so if you find a place where they make fresh soya milk it can really taste of roast. You can also find things. I Chinese donuts and counting style armlet so those are really excellent. They don't want to donate is. I don't know what a Chinese style Avocados got pastry. And then the egg on top and you can flavor with sway sauce and I think they usually ask some corn or pork floss but it depends John. What can flavor you want? It's a really good start today because you have so many different things. Is there a particular region of the city street or or vendor. You would send us to for street food street. Food obviously changes sometime. Yeah so actually confined to bacchus everywhere throughout Ireland. Four China China is especially they have very unique. Take on breakfast so they like to eat. Things are really heavy for breakfast so you might find. Do things like Taro cake for breakfast or shrimp meatballs for breakfast. So those things are a bit more heavy but down really very flavorful. They really give you the energy for the rest of the day. We'll let me let me pin you down a little bit here so I arrived. Let's say by train high speed rail. I get out of the train station. Should I hit the very first vendor. I find or is there particular direction. I should head to find the best street food. So if you get up to high speed rail you won't be in town and city centres. It's actually. It's actually quite a drive from city centre so you can take a shuttle or hop on the regional train and get there here in maybe ten or so and since the descend to attend find much more options so once I've been city centre. They're we're all over the place. I would start my search the Tannen train station. So there's lots of streets and lots of street vendors there and I'm sure any one of them will be really good next okay so after breakfast you'll probably to explore a bit more so I recommend the streetcars Gosh Shannon's street. What's unique about the streets? It was once one of the busiest streets in China because of trade the town I used to be really famous canals and waterways. That was how people got around in days overtime. Dock became less popular and the street fell under repair now all the government has really revived it. And now it's become a cultural hub of so you can find this stroz cafes frosts and lots of things to do that's a good place to check out the street one more time Hsien no streets so it's spelled S. H. E. N. N. O. N. G. But one thing had to be careful of that has to have a lot of different crafts and handmade stuff there so most of the vendors don't want you to take photos yeah you you can take photos of the streets for not of the products are selling in. What kind of products am I going to see it? Sh- street very unique seven years. I I can take home because I find that if you go to a souvenir store general you find the same stuff. All throughout the island are Chanel. Street can find glow pouches. You can use for coins and there's also traditional closing got it. This is when you say street. This is more like an alley. Yeah exactly so if you look on Google maps is actually really short. Okay Yeah so is you are for you probably we're too. I think it's a good time to cool down because hands generally very warm authored a year. So you might want to go and in have some shaved ice and so one place. I recommend as Code Eugen. It's spelled Y O U C h e the N. G. so very famous for the mango shift is and that's usually during the summer months. That's when the mangoes are in season and the most suites and so you have to order the mango shaved ice. If you go there during the summer so it's better to order strawberries in the winter because that's when strawberries we saw in season then after chastise onto more food because this is really just food brings allow memories of place and I really liked to discover food cities to food. I find out fascinating because of that after that I recommend for land she can go to do south for the Dandy Noodle Noodle is also unique Tatan it's actually become uh-huh so famous that it's the number one search word fourteen. Okay Okay and so. There's a story behind it so it used used to be that fishermen in town then they would have a few months of rough season. Were unable to go out to see and so this guy who he wants to to survive over the few months so he started selling noodles at Temple Square and because he was carrying the noodles over like a shoulder pole as he named her Danzon. Nudo for that. You're sorry you by Chinese is not as good as here's the meaning of the word is Dan's I is our knees for the shoulder. Polls OCHRE got it. You'll find actually several locations for Danzon. You'd in China and all claim to be the original and I'm not quite sure which is actually the original but the one I went is actually actually the most humble looking I should say and this right across from chicken tower. which is the most famous landmark container? So it should be it'll find Quite easily and it's very good snack food for lunch or for any time of the day actually okay and you see ah the Tower Chicano Tower C H I H K an correct. Yeah so that brings onto the next eighteen points. It's of interest to check out the tower because it is mostly landmark in China and lots of stories and legends behind a plays You'll find out. There's nine turtle looking statues placed throughout the compound. Yeah they symbolize strength because they carried tower which is interesting. There's also this myth. That's there was like a tunnel dot com next tower to another nearby forts switch. I'll talk about later. There were used by the Dutch in earlier days. The two towers are connected to the Dutch so the Dutch they had a colony colony here in town trading city. Yes was one of the early years establishments in Taiwan and so the Dutch came around around sixteen hundreds and they built a fort called. Well we call it today on PM sports and then lead it. Also builds Chicano she can tower and a bunch of other landmarks and Tannen and so a lot of architecture. Here is really inspired by that area. Time not that. This tower looks Dutch. So yeah she kantar actually does now look Dutch because being through several changes and so now it looks more Chinese after that I would recommend checking out the other folks I was talking about. which is this is a bit on the outskirts of town? You'll likely get due to afford by the streets so the old St is another interesting place at checkout. Because has the many street vendors for drinks and snacks and dessert. You might find things like Tofu. Pudding desserts my find things like the voice Oyster omelets which is famous in Taiwan. The Ford has so much history. You can find a remains the original wall on account pound literally a wall right next to you this memorial hall. That explains the history behind a consider photos and can see the artifacts remaining take time

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"danzon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"danzon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Eight seven seven three hundred eighty seven sixty six sixty six trying to pick a favorite amongst these four teams are going to be playing in the final four Vegas right now has Virginia is the slightest the favorites Zach Priscilla make the case that Michigan state should be the favorite put really I won't be surprised offers the national shabby I won't be surprised Texas tax the national champion. I mean, it's that kind of urine college basketball. And without a doubt. The biggest disappointment to me. Out of anybody in sports. Gotta be Duke. Danzon Williamson dad ferret and reddish and to not be playing in the final four that is a bitter pill to swallow and Duke now has not made it to a final four going all the way back twenty fifteen that's a long time by their standards, and you just think about their changing philosophy over the last couple of years where do can shish esky have definitely hopped aboard the one and done train that has become their bread and butter from Kyrie to Bagley to Tatum to Zion. Duke was always program that looked czerny out three or four years at a time. It's why he grew to hate to do player. Recently was Grayson Allen, put baddie Radic those guys were there forever. Couldn't stand up. They'll win every year that when you face every day, you hated him. Yeah. Absolutely hated him. And I'm not one of these guys that has been vocal when my hatred of three hours. They usually respect our respect the greatest that program. I respect my chef ski great deal. And remember, I'm an old school. Big east. Got like I hated Georgetown. I hate you. Come. Does the teams I hate as a Syracuse guy, not Duke? And now, I'm kinda. Still lukewarm I root against Virginia. Four morning, Duke. I'm gonna like Tony Bennett. Actually, happy Virginia made the afford. It deserved it. Good to see some lady luck on their side. I'm wondering now couple years now not the final four. This case start to say, okay. College basketball's changing, the one and done is going to be gone out of my sport. Gimme the guy's going to stay two three years at a time. That's what I'd be thanking the Fairfield Mark is up next a foul. It's up. Mark AJ d do a great job. I love the show. Now, I appreciate that. Thank you got some juice here. You got the two most animated coaches coaches one side coach Pearl on the other. And you know, what Mark I don't wanna hear anybody. Now, lecturing Tom Izzo had two coaches basketball team that was some of the stuff that was one of the dumbest narratives I've ever heard maybe sick here and it last week go on. Bruce Pearl, and I know he was involved in that FBI investigation. There's so much shady stuff going on to college basketball. If I have a son, I let him point for Bruce Pearl any data week. I don't like steps I like guys who have passion. I like guys where their emotions on their sleeve that guy gets it. He's into it. He's fiery, and you see wise players often. I mean, Mark if you were you wouldn't want to run through a brick wall for burst. I'll be honest with you I've been to go through to the eighties. So I remember the coach meals. I know the code is coach kinda sectors. You've got to me got my semi. No like when he was kinda sector. You have is on one side. You got pro any other things be kinda second. It brings me to animated coaches back and forth. Now, you got juice because you've got the two most guys that love the limelight. Magic Johnson and one side waving that green and white towel. Then you've got coach per yet. Pro side, we got Charles Barkley waving a white towel. Then you've got coach Bob Knight who Reggie rate, Texas, Tech basketball. And then you've got Robert Sampson with the eighty four Virginia Cavaliers? Four teams there that no one thought could be there. Everybody's talking Duke. You know with these apologize fleet. Give everybody a standing ovation for all these kids 'cause they got this study..

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"danzon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Not that the Washington Redskins would know since they didn't look into it. And that's the other thing that's incredibly obnoxious. They didn't just look the other way not care not moral compass, and by the way me saying Dan Snyder stupid about football is like me Saint Patrick Mahomes have been good at throwing touchdowns. We all know that I understand. I'm the master of the obvious here by dancers, the master of nothing when it comes to what's right or effective as a football owner. But here. The reality, Dan. How can you be so smart at your business? So dumb at this like seriously. How does someone do that idiot savant reverse? We just didn't know it until now. Or just an idiot when it comes to football. Hey, Dan, domestic violence isn't okay anymore when you claim someone who appears to be a scumbag for beating up women, the Commissioner's office is going to be like all hell, no. And wherever they go. They're going to put them on a list that doesn't allow them to play. Which is exactly what happened. The only person. I think more shock than your. I when we saw that. So many claim foster was trust me. Roger goodell. The words that escaped his lips the damage done to whatever room. He was standing in was severe. You think I'm being a little over the top and calling Dan Saturn idiot, you should here, and I'm just assuming but you should have. I love to know what Goodell said in thought when he realized some moronic football team at claim this guy now the NFL had to act quickly and push back. It's morally wrong, and that's the more important. It's also stupid. He wasn't gonna play. He wasn't gonna he's not gonna play. It wasn't gonna play. Shame on Washington. And. And that should be it that should be enough as a moral outrage by you. And by me. Let's go a little bit further again. Moral ineptitude and incompetence in remarkable combination. The organization lied about their vetting process. We definitely talked to people that he play within college at Alabama people. He played the L belly. No, crickets didn't happen. We vetted very carefully. Very thoroughly actually only one team in the NFL got the police report on the incident. It was the Browns and you can go angry on the Browns. And John Dorsey. How dare you even consider it? Well, you, you know, you get the facts you look at the facts, and you say, okay. Hell, no. That just tells me that thirty teams in the NFL right now, we're gonna look into it one team was like all right? Let's look into it. Oh my God. Details. No. And another team Danzon seems like let's do it sounds like a really good idea. I'll let me call my buddy, James Dolan and see what he thinks about things. Couldn't get up. I think he'd sign off. Let's go. And I got a I have family in DC and their fans. And I would I would say I don't say this lightly. It is time to burn the jerseys and pick a different team. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Like seriously. The guy's a moron. And there's a moral shortcoming there that has just agreed as I could spew so much anger and frustration and. How dare you? We've done the last year and a half. I think my overriding emotion more than more than anger is just bafflement at the stupidity. Moral shortcomings and not caring about what's right or wrong and trying to get away with things that you shouldn't. Unfortunately, that is going to happen. And I don't I'm a big believer in the beauty of this country in the magic of this country in whatever the darkness. It's out there in the world. I still think that's not the rule. It is the exception. Whatever form the exception takes and sometimes in this country. Those exceptions are a little more high profile than they otherwise could be that's true in politics. That's true in finance. That's true in our schools. That's true on our personal lives. And that's true in the sports that I love including the NFL. I know there's going to be people who if they could get away with it..

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"danzon" Discussed on Stronger

Stronger

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on Stronger

"Oh, man. I would say game of thrones. I'm a huge fan of thrones. Yeah, that's my answer. What is your brain book. Oh my God. Well, other than my own, I'm assuming I can't. I can't say my own book, genius foods. One more I would say, oh, man. While the book that comes to mind is the brain that changes itself by Normandy. That's a great book. What is your brain trip? A. k. where do you go when you need to reset. Rio de Janeiro Brazil. A love that city. Yeah. What is your brain music? Lele of been obsessed with the band muse they've been on repeat, I'm sort of late to the museum, but I love those guys. So if they happen to listen to this podcast, you know would love to come see some shows get to hang out backstage. She'll be phone well at them on Twitter when we promote. And what is your brain day? Aka. What is your ideal self care day? Look like home indefinitely involves a vigorous workout, maybe a sauna session and. A massage, big fan massage, and then super healthy meal can't be. Can't be that from the perspective of the brain, you know, maybe some sushi or Greek food, those two favorites sponsor. She, that's a good day. Yeah, yeah. Well, thank you so much for joining us today. Yeah, I'm not gonna go eat a bag of chocolate chips right now. That's for sure. Or is. Man sound good though, especially the chocolate, but your health is your health is gonna. Thank you. Next week on the stronger podcast. We discuss your brain on starvation mode, aka intimate, fostering special, thanks to Sam Nygren Danzon pillow. Chris morale is at Valencia, Kim Conti DNA Nunez, and of course max Luga via don't get subscribe to the struggle podcast on itunes show with your friends, sharing your Instagram story..

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"danzon" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

Painting Corners Podcast

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

"Sweitzer bonus episode fan graphs, right Dan's and bore skis on with us today. He's going to break down the zips projection system for us. We're gonna talk sabermetrics. We're gonna talk Baltimore Orioles, Texas Rangers, amazing to listen to, and I hope you all enjoyed as much as we did Danzon Gorski greater zip systems, kind of tell us how you came up with that, how how it came about pretty much anything about it that you can. Well, it started kind of in the mid nineties. I was in the early internet sabermetrics community at the time I was I was I was actually young in those days and impressionable, and a friend of nine named Chris dial. He's on the board of saber. Now we talked about, hey, we could do a basic projection system that gets us most of the way towards the kind of mysterious projection systems that existed at the time. They were generally like the product of like fantasy baseball magazine, stuff like that. Baseball. I did have one behind their pay wall the time. So we talked about that. We never really got back around to that. Tom, Tango eventually did kind of that concept with Marcel. So when I visited around two thousand three, two thousand to two thousand three it, it took it a little different for than we invasion. There was a lot more complicated. Computers had slowly been getting better because I, I wouldn't even be able to run zips right now on my computer for fifteen years ago. So so technology has provided some assistance there, but the basic concept that mean is pretty simple. Zips looks at a player's history of both basic and advanced data as whatever I can get my hands on that I can demonstrate has predictive value estimates where player is and tries to estimate where a player's going. The way zips does. This is a compares every player at every point of their career to every other player in major league history and minor league history. Going back to the late sixties. Now. And to try to get kind of a cohort of roughly comparable players to kind of just get an idea of the career paths we're talking about because really all we know about baseball history is from things that happened before in baseball history. So there's a lot of hobbyist number crunching in there, and and zips gives me a mean projection a whole range of projections because you should think of projections not as one simple number, but as a whole array of possibilities. If you ever watch hurricane forecast, you'll see the little hurricane and this giant Cohen that goes out representing all the likely pass. It's kind of the same concept except the the weather. People do something where crucial, and they're also smarter than me, but it's the same general concept. Yeah. I don't know if the weather people actually make up the system, so I'm gonna vote. You're smarter than them not not the guy on the green screen behind the scene. The super meteorologists. I don't know what they call them because the guys on the TV also our meteorologists. I'm gonna go with the super warm, super meteorologists pretty thinning. Yeah, love that. So you had this zip system so say, I'm GM Sam..

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"danzon" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Hey, everybody welcome to another episode adventure stories by village global here today with another episode of crypto stories and joined by two very exciting guests Ryan, Sean Adams, admit those capital Danzon vision. Hell advisors guys. Welcome to the podcast. Great to be here, Eric. Thanks. Thanks out for us. Also Ryan white one. We start with you. What's your background? How did you get into crypto and why are you? What are you working on him if those capital yet? I, you know, I I would say that I kind of it was a one, two combo punch. It really brought me to into crypto like to kinda catalyzing events. The I was in twenty fourteen. I had just got done selling help your technology startup in my business partner, ours working with, we were working for their choir. At the time he tells me he's been mining bitcoin like in his house, and he says, he has no customers, no in place to deal with in he's generating revenue like every single debt. So we just come off, you know. Marathon five-year startup us in, and all of that sounded really interesting, really good. So I wanted to check out this bitcoin thing. What what was all about? Try to understand it. That was thanksgiving weekend of twenty four teen. So I ended up spending the entirety of thanksgiving like inbetween, you know, hanging out with family doing the Turkey thing, trying to research everything. I ended up bitcoin. I watched a documentary, the rise of bitcoin. I read Andrea is measuring bitcoin book that recently come out. I found out about this whole mount got saying, I basically slept four hours the entire weekend and try to catch up on the last five years of bitcoin is process created paper wallets in exchanges, and by Sunday evening. I remember looking over and telling my wife like this bitcoin thing is phenomenal on Monday. I'm gonna tell my boss, I'm reading and going all in on crypto on big win in in particular course. She looked at me like crazy, but you know the next morning. Around and some of the the excitement had worn off a little bit. And I think the best thing I could do with crypto, Lisa at this point was to the bitcoin thing that the us quite case for bitcoin, which is to Hoddle. That's the first piece. The second kind of event on catalysts for me happened in in twenty sixteen. So I'm still in the enterprise healthcare texts face in I thirteen murmurs of watching not bitcoin, particularly for enterprise healthcare software that was coming from Gardner from sort of the industry the end. There's this notion that, hey, you know, blockchain was going to you completely obviate databases. We're gonna have what trying to healthcare records in the blockchain that it was going to solve healthcare interoperability, all of these things. So I started investigating and Veneta my investigations really like I didn't see a lot there. I saw said if a lot of Apor I saw a lot of hype, but I didn't see use cases being fulfilled. But in the process. I did found find out about this incredibly interesting project harbor Syria and a dove into that realization from your Ian was that money is just one app of many possible applications and that the innovation that I saw with bitcoin wasn't innovation around digital, scarcity, and digital trust, and a theorem could actually make those things programmable could make money program will in a in a deeper way, even the bitcoin. So that like for me was a realization that that this was really the next phase of software eating world, and I was all in at that point, you know, bitcoin NF uranium were kind of two catalysts to to sort of bring me on so that that was the journey. What sided with with that is jumping of industry by making kind of a ten year bet. Right. So the ten year bet or the idea is that this this transformation to a new money and this kind of web three dot o. framework. Would happened over the course of decades. So a tenure bet is simply if you hold crypto currencies that become money, you never need to exit to theon..

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"danzon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:11 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But in general, they will hold up for those high prices knowing that pairs in the end will pay in the US. Is because there is a sense that it's not appropriate to withhold those drugs from patients in the case of all Camby and a number of these other drugs. The issue really is not just the price, but the price relative to the value created and while it is true. That those strikes have shown some efficacy. What the debate is. Usually about is the price relative to the incremental health gain that the drugs deliver and win the drag is extremely effective, then a very high price is clearly justified where the negotiations get hung up and lead to rejections is where the payers feel that the price relative to the value created is just not comparable to what they're getting out of other health spend, and they have limited budgets to spend on healthcare calypso Chucky. It's all on a case by case basis. You looked a lot at health systems right in poorer parts of the world this muscle. Seem like a very rarefied conversation. Too. Many of them. That's correct. I mean, if you look at for countries over seventy percent of spending on pharmaceutical products comes from aid money, and it goes the words generics. Once countries become less dependent on aid. But they're still very poor. So we're talking about lower middle income countries talking about countries like Ghana, for instance, or zombie still very poor countries. You see a big jumping spending over eighty percent of spend comes from private sources. It's mostly people's spending out of pocket now, you're right. They're not spending out on this super rare drugs, but they are spending on generics in markets are dysfunctional and unfortunately, do not mirror the US situation. We have a small number of major generic manufacturers Muslim India base. But it's not just a matter of the companies charging a lot of money the generics. Companies in this case. It's also a matter of all the added costs after the drug reaches the port of the country. So imagine big shipping containers full of generics. Arrive in the port in Ghana. And then the government may wish to add attacks. And then after that, you got wholesalers retailers, the cost of capital forex fluctuations. It's difficult to get these drugs. The people in remote villages this corruption. There's payoffs and a lot the time healthcare systems rely. So the hospital will rely on selling drugs the patients for paying doctors. And this was traditionally big issue in China, though, it's now being addressed. So it's like a tax on drugs, which helps ran healthcare systems in desperately poor and disorganized settings. Right. So the bottom line is that people in poor countries are paying more on the whole even for basics a lot more in many cases, a lot more than British patients are Americans are. And that's a great shame. And a great issue really got to access and then impact on health. Actually, we have been able to launch a number of initiatives here with the I've p may but we team up with World Bank with union for international cancer control to really make a difference. For patients in developing countries that the key buzzword. There is universal health coverage as long as patients have to pay out of pocket even a twenty cent per day, insulin may too expensive as long as intermediaries markup five hundred or one thousand percent of insulin in Kenya. All the countries. It's outrageous. And if we have to tackle the inefficiencies, and we have to make progress universal health coverage. You're listening to in the balance from the BBC with me at Burland. My guests the professor of healthcare management Danzon Thomas queenie of the international federation of pharmaceutical manufacturers and says yea shin and calypso Chelsea kee-doo of the center for global development. Now, we are discussing what we pay for prescription medicines and the negotiations that take place calmer Regan, our in house, comedian and management consultants has been giving his thoughts to this theme. My father would have got lower drugs prices. I'm sure of it. Whether those who came into our farmyard were buying. Are selling he would haggle in a way that they did not know they were being haggled with by interspersing bargaining positions with local gossiper off topic musing how much. Much per acre for the field. Patrick, would you take one hundred they'd say an opening gambit? It's not a bad day. There's mild there's rain later, maybe two hundred I can't do any better than one hundred Patrick who's building that house across the valley by the time that have explored the possible identity of the house builder. My father would have gossiped to a bargaining position far closer to two hundred than one hundred and the Hagley would be left scratching their head. Wondering how that happened as a small boy watching my father stand against the forces of big farmer? He was my hero. That's small boy grew up to be terrible at haggling. Maybe I was picking the wrong battles. Maybe I just wasn't convincing. Maybe I wasn't in a position where I could see who was building the house over across the valley when we were populating our own house with the kind of furniture that will do for now. I thought I would try and emulate Patrick, Oregon. I pointed at some chairs in shop one day and said to the shopkeeper how much for the four chairs two hundred zero. I know I said in. In the classic cajoling tone. You can do better than that. No. Then maybe I'll have a look elsewhere. Okay. I'm going now fine. So I walked a couple of steps debating how far to take my high stakes game glancing back. The chair person was either nonplussed are not nonplussed. I can never remember which either way they didn't look too bothered by my imminent departure. That was a major minus in my strategy. The next time they saw me was thirty seconds later meekly agreeing to take the chairs for two hundred defeated. The thing was I needed the chairs I needed them quickly because our empty house was a stand up meeting place. And as a stand up comedian I like to relax by sitting down. It was also close to closing time. The chairperson new there aren't any other options could sell those chairs tomorrow for the full price if he wanted, but mainly I think I exuded some sort of weakness like a firm on if there's any high going to be done. Now. I also to my wife, we are not prepared to pay that I harder say recently, even as I was in the middle of making preparations to pay that. But. Crucially, I stand with her. Even if I'm saying nothing United silently, and if necessary ready to disarm the other Hagler with gossip my father would have been proud of that. But anyway, column Oregon on the perennial problems of negotiation, and haggling, whatever it is you need to procure. We're talking about drugs and pharmaceuticals today, perhaps this is all about forming big alliances trading blocks in recent years various European countries ganging up to boost their negotiating position, it seems by forming huge clubs Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg have done this long with Ireland's and some other some southern European countries have formed another cartel. If you like has that helped any of these drug companies, I wonder Thomas, corny, what's your experience been three years ago? We had a big debate about hepatitis C posting two systems, and that started internet loans and was expanded to other countries. A look at this situation. Now, we have a cure where it was none before missed one hundred percent of patients secured within eight. Twelve weeks treatment and price has come dine by almost seventy or eighty percent because there was competition and insurance companies AllState using the leverage to negotiate. And that's to some extent what we see now when you have these groupings of the Benelux, so although so I think one of the important elements. I see this and particularly in the case of rare or ultra rare diseases. I think it normally will only work if you have similar like minded countries coming together because the situation is so different around to show. Of course. So you're saying the haggling works. It takes haggling to basically talk your members down from their high prices. That's what the market is one of the biggest progress in global health made over the last fifty years, it's in reducing the risk of heart deaf. We made tremendous progress in terms of how to three type of tension cholesterol, lowering agent and. Denier cost fraction of what they cost twenty thirty years ago. But that's what striving to systems Patricia said once generics. And to the could prices go down significantly, and you get head room to pay for new innovative medicines research based companies the only survive if they can reinvent themselves with new Pryke fruit trucks, every ten years. So I'm from the big pharma companies Thomas from their perspective to what extent of a relying entirely on these new expensive drugs being sold for example into the American market where the highest dollar is being paid to maintain their profitability because everything else is being marked down elsewhere to launch decree Beek from does rely on the United States. And actually, that's where Donald Trump has point. Because many other countries have a free right in terms of research spending on the US, but I see for instance, momentum and dynamics in China, China's big changes. To their Peyton system, and is really interested develop an innovative industry of their own. Well, the big change is ten years ago. Big pharma was looking at itself, a supply of trucks, we now see that. If we want to make progress if he wants to reach patients in developing countries, we need to engage in health system. Strengthening and we also need to be willing to talk about new reimbursement systems in industrialized countries. Tips, I totally done by the free riding argument. What I sees a very large market the US market, which is systematically exporting inefficiences to the rest of the world. And it's driving prices up precisely because it's incapable or unwilling to get a better deal for its people. Yes. China are fiddling with patent law, and that's wonderful for industry perhaps. Perhaps it's not as wonderful is they're putting immense pressures on concentrate prices in particular, and there's a lot more of that to be seen as they can meet to universal coverage. It's absolutely. Impossible for a country. Like China meaningfully to ensure a one point three billion people at US prices or even half, the US prices. I agree that the US prices are higher than can be justified by the value produced in many cases, but I still would generally support the idea that wealthier countries should be the countries that pay more to fund the RND and that access in the lower income countries should be encouraged by letting them pay low prices that means putting some barriers to the flow of goods between different countries as exists at the moment. And although that is an interference in competitive markets here, I think those barriers that enable this differential pricing is a good thing because it supports are Indy while at the same time improving access and letting Cam countries were getting to solutions calypso in general terms, acutally complicated area. But there one or two things you would like to see structurally just to level this very. Uneven playing field. Well, I think first of all trying to describe the problems and problems as you say are different in different wealth groups, so we're not going to solve the problem of very expensive drugs for cystic fibrosis for the majority of people who live in Africa or Asia. That's not issue here. But what can be done to address the market inefficiencies in the generics. Markets in this countries being more transparent. Right. So being able to describe what the problem is. And then I think also have an honest conversation about Brossard levels. I mean right now, the pharmaceutical industry spends twenty thirty percent of what makes on RND and the pharmacy industry. The more on PR and on promoting its products in countries were getting get away with doing that in this country. Don't allow more than a dozen RND Thomas in terms of promotion, actually, a lot of what's called marketing spending is actually training and education done with medical societies medical institution. There have been. Vase cringe and regulations rightly so so that you need to familiarize frustration with a highly sophisticated new truck and actually in particular when you look at specialized companies, I know quite a number of companies whose RND spending exceeds they're spending on marketing. Okay. We're going to argue about the numbers. But what is your answer to this very disparate picture that was seeing on the amount of money being spent around the world is there a way of making it, clearer fairer. So that we can all agree. What the right prices should be. Patricia final thought I think real progress is beginning to happen in the US with the move towards measuring value by payers before they determine what price they're willing to pay. It's just beginning here. It's much more advanced in European countries. But I think that is a significant step forward. And I look forward to that improving the situation globally because the US price. Race does matter for the rest of the world. I'm afraid that's all we have time for today's program. My thanks to all my guests. Thomas Quinny of the international federation of pharmaceutical manufacturers and associations calypso Chelsea do off the center for global development. And professor Patricia Danzon, I'm Ed Butler. This has been in the balance back same time next week for the last in the present series of programs. Join us for that. No one likes traffic. It's soul-crushing aggravating boring, and you might be sitting in it. Right. This minute. Can we stop it? The one thing that will work. The only thing that has ever worked is to price. Our rose. I'm Sarah Miller the future, and perhaps the end of traffic..

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"danzon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"America in the, morning Seven. Minutes after the hour we begin with a catastrophe, yesterday afternoon in northwestern New. Mexico when a. Tractor trailer collided with a greyhound bus nearly a dozen are dead dozens more injured Jim Roope explains, semi traveling eastbound on interstate forty between galloping grants around midday Thursday blew a tire which set the semi through the median of the freeway into the westbound lanes and head. On into a greyhound bus carrying nearly fifty, people headed to Los Angeles complete catastrophe Marc Danzon is describing the scene. To Albuquerque TV station k. QE. Victims were taken to area hospitals in neighboring Arizona well-wishers bid farewell, to John McCain a final farewell with a service at, the late senator's family church. Then his. Casket was flown to Washington for today's honor including comments by vice President Mike Pence Bob Constantini has around up the Phoenix service and look ahead at what's up Expected today From the democrat I. Love John McCain John McCain couldn't have asked for a better send often the one delivered by the. Former vice, president in fact he did ask the two had served in the Senate together for more, than twenty years and they shared the common experience of knowing what brain. Cancer can do the Z's took John's life took, our mutual friends Teddy's five. Speak sexy indices, nine years ago three years ago to my beautiful song is brew relentless Biden wants what was described as a moonshot initiative to fight cancer in his last year in office We tortured by the North Vietnamese. John McCain was nonsmoking. Critic of what he viewed as torture techniques used under the George W Bush administration in the fight. Against terror, he disliked Donald.

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"danzon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Good morning I'm, Patrick Osborne topping Austin's, news there's another job opening in the west wing. This time for the possession. Of the president's top lawyer White House counsel Don Mcgann it'll be leaving the White House this. Fall adding to the record turnover in the nineteen month old administration mcgann's. Been a key, figure in. The handling of the Russia, investigation he's also steered the White House through other, legal storm for the president as well as election day near, security is taking center stage for this year's midterm Sean Touma cybersecurity expert says nation states like Russia or. On a mission to break into. Voting, machines but much of the battlefield, remains in, the minds, of voters. What we're seeing now. And what we've seen, in the last election. Is primarily Russia attempting to employ tire elections using the psychological operations to manipulation through the social media executives from Facebook Google and Twitter, scheduled to testify on Capitol Hill next week in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox, News President Trump heads to Indiana today for another. Campaign stop, ahead, of those midterms And Trump rallies thousands of supporters at a campaign stop in Evansville Indiana here support of GOP, Senate candidate Mike Braun it's. Where organizers even Democrats say troublemakers won't be, welcome it we're police are preparing for a possible. Large contingent of protesters Ron is challenging democratic Senator Joe Donnelly amid the midterm. Battle for control of congress Braun is one of dozens of Trump endorsed candidates for which the president holds an almost ninety four percent success record in the, primaries Jeff. Monosso Fox News university of Texas has gotten sixty million dollars to deploy one of the, fastest supercomputers in the world that money comes from the National. Science Foundation and the executive director of UT's advanced computing center Dr Danzon stantione says the speed at which this thing operates as mind-blowing thirty five to forty five quadrille operation the second, thousand, or so times faster than a Pyan server that you might buy, for an office or, a cloud type application it's.

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"danzon" Discussed on Filmhaus

Filmhaus

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on Filmhaus

"They don't wanna be whether they know it or not. Darth Vader analogy. Not that it's just it's a strange thing like podcasts or becoming more like shows like this, you know, you sell sponsorships you. You start to sell yourself all, like while I mean you to like, we can't do certain things because YouTube is trying to become televisions. Are you telling me I'm on television. I'll be back. Bruce will be back. All right. Bruce is doing big business right now. That's what he had to go sign a contract ins of dollars. I'll give you. I'll give you a peek by Jason. No one here at this company is talent. Oh, no one has the one job of coming in here and just talking about Netflix for half an hour, Bruce out to go take a business call because he's a businessman will. That's talent. Isn't it to go? Take a call to to be Bruce just to be Bruce. I agree, actually. Okay. That's crazy thing. No that. So that's one of the things I want to point out. I'm very proud of that. I'm proud. We're not like TV because I don't know Jason, you've you, you have acted. You know, actors. Typically their job is not to go pick up the camera that they're gonna be using on set that day. They're just show up in act or they're straight up rules against that. Really. I'm also a writer and like if I wanted to even help move an apple box, which is one of those things, Tom Cruise Danzon when he's standing next to a tall Garo I would get fined for that. Like the the union people could yell at me for that. Yeah, you're, you're, we're supposed to be all relegated into our our little creative or non creative boxes and the industry. Yes, I actually that's six lashings per apple, black dry. Apple box. Whatever double is. Yes. Boy, I bring up this comparison just because I see these things with networks, and I used to work in television and early on. I was one of my first jobs and I, I had the Bart Simpson moment where I thought man working on the crest of the client has got to be the greatest thing in the world. Then I worked on and said, you know, I wish I was dead because it's a it worked on crusty the clown worse. I work for g. four. I wish crusty but either way is just it was one of the things I often tell people that if you if you have, if you have aspirins of working at a place that you think you want to work typically probably don't wanna work there. Maybe that's not true. We sit at the fan so they'll stop bothering me. But that was my my thing. I remember watching g. four thinking and this is the greatest place in the world. I can't wait to work their work there. There's a lot of sad, angry people. Yeah. And you see the behind the scenes stuff, you get the final product and we're to watch it. And that's all AC similar here. But I remember once I went into working online, my situation was I, I wanna make sure it's never like that that I never liked TV. It's okay that the actor moves an apple box. It's okay that the writer doesn't pick up at its, I think that's okay. I like that in the more I see things like net flicks where they, they're so proud of not to be television doing things that are more like television. It's just this, this evil turn that we're going back to what we used to do that we hate. Sizing and all that. I was going to say it was. It was really like a watershed moment for me about working here when Adam came to me, and he said, not only was I allowed, but he encouraged me to masturbate in the bathroom every day. So in that one stall gopro, there's a trick to that. You just tell people, my doctor says, I have a, you're re threat infection and that every two to three hours, I have to a- Jackie late to keep it open. That's what my doctor said. That's what my, that's my doctor Dr. Gotcha. Apparently you can not the case here anymore in California because marijuana's legal. But at some point, doctors were Skyping in that I had that think you told me that that was my experience..

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"danzon" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Elliot's new home for, hip hop big boy's neighborhood phone, tap. Time man this right here is. Car accident no car was hit while it was parked and someone left a note on the car Salukis calling the person who left. The, note yeah let's go to get it to your phone tap. Right here big. Boy's neighborhood Hi this is Hey? How, you doing Lou fam- so glad that you took my car because I'm trying to. Find these particular songs so I'm wondering if you, can. Help, me out okay Okay there's there's one I. Know when we're in the car and it's like. Man Yeah Let's. Pan Plan even fat boy name in. The mornings. They played and I know I haven't been hearing it for. Too long Drake yes oh by God thank you Okay I love that? One. And I'm hearing. What about In nominee then the nine Then then. But then these bloody shoe and then Is that Cardi now You gotta excuse me I won't. Even say, fairly new you know they just pop. My cherry right now and a lot of this music You're doing you're doing Okay so that one is hardy, de Carney Victor boy hold. On, stop it you don't know me that. Well that's the white racist word. Boy. Already so as Cardi is in Bob okay so Cardi Bob, party be, Cardi b. by any chance to you, know, the name of that song called bodak? Yellow yellow. Title that people come up. With. I. Can't I can't believe she's alive yeah What other popular songs should, I, go ahead apple lady and get into? My items. Gosh I mean there's so. Many And it, has ended Danzon Know masterpiece Just different Cardi b. and as soon, as, possible rocky I love that song. Right, there well do you know the the last one found? Looking for I actually have. To run I got a.

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"danzon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"She says karma Oh let's look at that, name karma Dharma, university But the. Thing is she has gotten so much good food you know. That he just, turns, her nose up on anything she doesn't like okay so I ended up and now I didn't realize she was fourteen. 'cause I didn't wanna think that, she. Was old, she wasn't acting old at all right but okay. She did turn fourteen a couple of, weeks ago she was fine after the second battle and they gave her a haircut while she was put out because she it's World. War three when, she, needs to get. Her, hair so I thought oh everything's, good now well about a month after. The, dental she started coughing and coughing and coughing So I brought her to the doctor and I said I don't know why my dogs coughing and. The doctor basically says I don't, know. Either she, did a blood work in the x Ray because. She has a hurt murmur right and, she didn't see any congestion of the heart and her blood were met back absolutely perfect she goes I can't believe this is the. Blood work of, such, an old dog. And, I kinda wanted to see oh. I got a call Kadian pillar that Diet does work does it? Does so anyways here's karma and permits acting, pretty normal you, know, friskin stuff she didn't act sick but. She was coughing, in, that sound I don't know it just makes me my hair stand, all right so. The doctor said and I went along with it she said, well for trial and error sake let's give her sick that's a, diuretic for people who. Are in congestive heart failure and I said I don't know what else to do. I? Accept don't you think she needs antibiotics what if you've got something we don't know. And she. Goes well, I don't think that's a good idea and I said well I do because last summer when she had, a, cough jet antibiotics it went away so Karma, started on antibiotics and. This Lazic now here's the warning to everybody out here that. This hold on, to that warning okay okay because we. Got to run into a comeback so everybody? Stay tuned okay here's the radar whatever what? Did the cat, enter, kittens clean up why did the cat. And their kittens, clean, up their mess why do the cat and kitten clean up their, mess we'll be. Back Marlee Danzon were so excited to hang out with you on Monday night it is officially the finale of the bachelorette I'm so excited.

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"danzon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In for jackie page top stories at twelve fifty a sixty five year old woman's been found living with the body of her adult daughter in a house on detroit's west side detroit police officer danzon account ski says the mother went to a police precinct on sunday and told officers her daughter had died officers went to the home on seebold street and found the forty seven year old woman's body donna cal ski says a medical examiner must determine when and how she died there have been no aroused a thai provincial governor says all twelve boys and their soccer coach have been found alive in the cave where they went missing over a week ago in northern thailand the governor says the thirteen were in the process of being rescued the boys ranging in age from eleven to sixteen and their twenty five year old coach went missing when flooding trap them after entering a a lagoon cave in a province on june twenty third we'll have more from cbs news coming your at the top of the hour harvey weinstein's been accused of a forcible sect sex act by a third woman in an updated indictment these allegations now going back more than ten years ago the criminal charges against harvey weinstein are now moving target as more victims come forward and testify to his alleged sexual predations the scope of his offense are increasing which now include alleged two thousand six incident involving predatory sexual assault which itself carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment that cbs news legal analyst thane rosenbaum vermont's plan to pay people up to ten thousand dollars to move to the state and work remotely might be working a little bit too well a spokeswoman with the department of economic development tells the burlington free proust the state has received eighteen hundred inquiries so far including five hundred from international senders vermont governor phil scott signed a bill establishing the program into law in may all part of an effort to attract younger people to the state the state has allocated five hundred thousand dollars for the next three years to that program it'll take effect january first of twenty nineteen w w j news time twelve fifty two driving is a serious problem it's even more serious during peak travel times this to jeff gilbert.

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"danzon" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The iowa eg literacy foundation it's it's a really a group of collaboration between commodity groups private sector i've served on that a board as well and the concept here is to introduce egg topics into the classroom really across the board that you don't necessarily have to just take an egg egg neil class or being an avid program in school to be exposed to some sort of topic it can be in in government it can be in in math it can be in literature and so that's one of those i think key strategies to introduce a broader set of folks to egg concepts and egg topics regardless of what class they're in throughout their k twelve we also need to have strong egg ed programs in schools as well so again that's that's part of just elevating our literacy awareness across the throughout really all grades across the state talking about education here in danzon boys next dan thank you india cd into the new president of the ffa forty years ago i sat as a state ffa officer and it was an adventure i can't put back into words it was a great stage to set my entire life so thank you for what you do there i spent nine years on a school board in delaware county at west delaware and supporting your void programs and literacy literacy and our youth is so important again there is such a disconnect between agriculture and our in our urban friends there's a lack of understanding what's really going on out there and we need to make sure there are opportunities not just in production agriculture but an egg business across across the board the relationship that we have in the in its entirety and agriculture is huge and we need bodies to to fill those positions but we need people with passion we need people that want to work hard we want people to be involved in food security for our country and that's what food is about so i think it's important that you find the right students that want to be involved in agriculture you supply those programs in elementary and high school our our community college program is huge we have a great set of programs that are affordable in our community college programs and.

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"danzon" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on KELO

"The fire sign and cleared out of the zone by right shirts stampede iin of forza right back over the line as a around the near wall right signed it's a fifth came out their bodies flying everywhere forty two separate sicko here first period i now and other collagen swire collides there and with good sir the fat come free and sent to the heard an act behind the debt burden norplant looks in whites now backhands behind that act gets it to swire beltway up the right site twenty five decades ago the period garcia limped sit in off back behind that end i'll play thereby nelson seventy seconds ago in the operatives zone played by the storm here off fact behind the net on a left wing wall and picked up there by blixt his pass out to centres seven seconds ago the storm bring it in all of the line looking for one more shot hit a left wing corner goes they'll center comes at a slot here they fire high and wide at the buzzer and entertaining curse ferryied has concluded here at the purveyors center a three one lead for the stampede is both themes do not like each other here early on in this one a lot of conversations between the two teams a lot of whining from try city which isn't surprised gene and bowl teams all had to the locker room here the stamp be the leading judo on the battle of through high teams here in the usa gel i heard yet both goal powerplay and at the end of our buffalo wild wings first period they lead this one by a score of two so on uh stick around and got her first intervention report coming up this development will get a check your weather forecast stand on here tonight in danzon are will get you a weather forecast up thank plus we have your in lewis ugh down scoreboard will get you the latest scores from around the usa kale the nhl college hockey i got it all 48 covered here plus we'll get you the latest on college football news and notes as well everything you need to know we have you covered year during our intermission report plus we'll take a look at our sudanese should pack clinic spirit scoring recap let you know.

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"danzon" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on WJR 760

"By mercantile bank in the branch or on the go merck has you covered in this is normally the time were welcomed schurbon own graham couch and chris lari to the show and they be sit here next to me and we'd all be having a very interesting conversation but there is this p k eighty thing going on basketball side and the spartans of course with a big victory over yukon last night getting ready to take on north carolina tomorrow that's where we'll team and is that's why i'm sitting here but matt graham increase are always will out in portland so what we're going to do is we are going to send it over to will and will matt grammy chris are going to bring you the media roundtable let's send it over to will team and right now matt and is now time for our me your roundtable presented by mercantile back at mercantile baglung are occasionally teams were pure to wearable roundtables assembled for the final regular season game of year michigan state and rutgers and i received the macro noise you can tell we are not stressed highpoint solution stadium it's never been so likely never will strain the strange green uniform goods liberal look so much like a basketball court juicero happens in the entire roundtables important will again today and all of us he covering the yet pkk aid so having said that they still can't stop this no meaning to contain people might wanna stop us but there we are never go last regular season roundtable of the year my first question is kind of a basic one and not within about the big ten and australia would match charred knows we always good question number one who's the big ten cocody and football yes who's the big ten beer i don't think there's any doubt in its marc danzon of and i don't feel like a homer saying that i don't know i got qualify that but i i think you'll like it you don't have to supplement on their whatever i i i need him and i don't feel like it's close um i think there is some other guys have done a good job i think jeff rahm at purdue was one of them i have been impressed with the way pat fitzgerald at professor chris look yeah i thought they would be.

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"danzon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"danzon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Genuine deville love foundation forward conservative victory curry how bad to those sean hannity show on ukrainian side it was in the campaign chairman the son of the candidate in what not at the meeting or a clear differences here but let's trying to figure out what this was i mean this woman outside of aleppo was someone who did work with the democrats over a period of time wasn't she well it's my understanding at the time and again at this from the political requiring that she was a consultant to the dnc at the time and i can tell you and i think danzon report it can also tell you i never met with our i don't think anybody who were actually part of our research team met with i can tell you are director at the person who is directing our trump research i never met with are you saying if there's there there does that justify getting off our research from a foreign country but i think what we're saying is there's no evidence that that's what happened praying even david just out from politico was suggesting he couldn't say that that's what happened in in your introduction you didn't say that that's what happened here she may have been freelancing and trying to see what kind of information so you get that is not the same she most certainly did not sit down with chelsea clinton in downtown and john podesta and robbie look and say here's what i i got what it does seem that you might have is another government in this case ukrainian government they did have an interest in the outcome of the us election in way in may have done something whether be provide documents provide information when someone was asking for a deal deny that i i i don't know i mean i certainly down have any don't have that i was not.

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