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"dave robbins" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

06:51 min | 2 months ago

"dave robbins" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"It's interesting that dame gets the lionization treatment for staying with the blazers, his whole career. And nobody says about him was he if he really cared about winning, he'd go to a team that could win, but people sometimes do and have said that about Beale. And I would guess the reason is dame has made so many big shots and is such a scary playoff performer and has just been a little better there, Bradley Beal, and has made a Conference Finals in 2019 and again, I feel similarly about that season as I do about the wizards in the playoffs. People just throw that Conference Finals appearance out the door. They laugh at it as the product of injuries and luck and they ran into a nuggets team that wasn't ready and CJ went crazy in game 7 in Denver and oh, they got swept by the warriors without Durant and who cares, ha ha ha. I don't scoff at any Conference Finals appearance. I always say this. As the clippers, man, as the clippers, who are going to talk about with ohm young soup next, ask the clippers how easy it is to get to the Conference Finals, even if you get a little luck and a couple breaks. I don't scoff at it, but it is interesting to dam is heroic sized. And by the way, I think he should be. The guy is about absolutely all the right things. He might be the best leader in the NBA full stop. One of the best in sports in all time culture center who has a resume of not just big shots, series ending, walk offs that rival only like Michael Jordan's resume of series ending walk offs. But we just came through three years of Damien Lillard should they trade him or the Knicks interested? What are the trade rumors? What are the suitors? And like Beale, the move to reboot this team was always trading Damian Lillard for an absolute mega hall, whether it was New York or fili or wherever. And this deal, I just, if it doesn't sabotage it, it's certainly knee caption a little bit doing that if that's what you decided to do. Yeah, I mean, I went to his press conference out here in Vegas when he signed a contract. And I kind of two things that stood out, you know, a, he was, he really kind of took, it felt like he was trying to carry the torch of players staying with their own teams, not asking to be trade, traded, stick it, stick with what you have. Ten toes down, don't run from the grind. And basically gave a, you know, it was kind of like offended what kind of what's going on in the league a little bit here. So that stood out. And then they asked the question, hey, was there ever a point where you thought like, you know what? Yeah, maybe this is not going to be the place, you know, you know, question as far as how this roster was building. And he said, you know, it was last off season. And he was pretty upfront with it. Whether it be with during vague in Vegas for Team USA, right? We all thought like, uh oh, here it comes. We're just waiting for it. And everything. And yeah, I mean, certainly getting grant in resigned nurkic and Simon's helps and everything and I thought the grant trade was a good idea and what they gave good player. Considering what they basically, they gave up that Milwaukee first that they had gotten in the McCollum trade here, but you're right. We talk about, you know, it feels like we characterize build differently than what we do with Lillard here, but at the end of the day, you know, what we're going to see is can you build a roster around players making $50 million when there's not a number to a solid number two next to them? Now let's give the blazers some credit because I do think they, as you said, this is an incredibly small needle to thread. I do feel like Joe cronin and the revamp front office have done a nice job. I didn't love the Powell Covington deal. I thought they sold low, but then you look at it and it's like, it's the exact sort of wrong combination of contract length. It's a long contract and Powell that teams didn't really love and it was an expiring contract in Covington that didn't have too much value. So they got what they got and you move on. Grant is 28 heart is 27. Nurkic is 27 too. It feels like he's way older than he's 27. Now I thought he lost a quarter of his step last year in the rim protection numbers, show that. Let's see if he bounces back. They know more about his physical state than we do. Let's give them benefit of the doubt. Like, I think I like the patent signing. I think simons is a legit scorer and burgeoning playmaker. Now we've done the two small guards defense thing before. Let's do it again, I guess. I was a big fan of what nasir little was up to before he got injured in the middle of last season. I think Winslow is an interesting reclamation project for them. And these guys are the right age to try this threading the needle, they have most of their future assets other than that, one pick to Chicago. I like what they've done. It's pretty clean. It's pretty versatile with two way players and rangy wings in length and tenacity, which is what you need around dame. I like it. And the ages are such that maybe they do get better as a team in year two and three together, even as dame gets older. I just look at the team going into next year. Let's isolate next year. And I say, if everything goes right, couple teams take injuries, the Durant trade goes sideways, Phoenix, implodes, as a result of not getting it. Who knows, right? I don't know what's going to happen with the rent. They could be, they could be a top 16 next year, you told me they were the 5th seed I wouldn't be like blown away by that. I just don't see them getting much higher and I see a downside that's uh oh, we missed the play in tournament, which is devastating. Yeah, I mean, what they'll be is, I mean, they're in the tax right now. They wave, they stretched blood cells money. That they just waved here. So they're going to be one of these teams like if you bring back little heart picks up his option and you resign grant. I mean, you're basically a tax team in that 8 to ten range, right? I mean, that's the reality of it. And I think you had you basically had two choices here. You basically just ripped this thing down, right? You tear it down, you start from ground zero. And trade Lillard, right? Just try to maximize as much as you can, or as I said, you try to do this like challenging, acceleration of the rebuild tail. And as we see with teams, it's really, really hard to do it. This is not like San Antonio of whatever was 90. This was 96, Dave Robbins gets hurt and you hit on Tim Duncan, and then all of a sudden, you're 20 years in. Making the plan.

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"dave robbins" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"dave robbins" Discussed on Little News Ears

"Kids kicking an. I'm here to help you know more and care more about the world. Today's date is september. Eighteen two thousand twenty one or first kid line is given you some wins in california. What happened most californians said. They approved of the governor's locked down measures during kovic former president. Donald trump claimed voter fraud. New some said that trump is destroying democracy around like a football when it should really be passed around like antique vase. What do you think or second kid. Line is tucker caution fox. News host says allies when e really has to on dave robbins podcast. Carlson was asked about what. Cnn says are false. Things often said on fox called and said i li- i really try not to. I try never to lie on tv. I just don't. I don't like to lie. I certainly do it. You know out of weakness or whatever. Quarter kid line is new book. Claims general was scared. Trump would start war. Trump says it's treason a new book by bob woodward and robert costa claims that chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark mill made secret phone calls while trump was president to chinese officials. Saying you would let them know if the us was going to attack trump said it would be treason or fourteen line. Being names are paying influencers to spread facts and lies through instagram. sometimes companies are paying influencers to say that cuvette vaccines don't work or to promote agendas of shady governments sark of light. What alice gibney agent of chaos shows us happened in russia but all around the world organizations are doing this because social media's influencers are so powerful joe biden's administration for instance enlisted pop star olivia ridiculous to urge young people to get vaccinated or fifth. Kid lawing norm mcdonnell from saturday night. Live as died born in quebec. Like me nor mcdonald's is famous for lampooning and making fun of stars like burt reynolds and doing a jokes into news. Show call weakened update. We will miss him or six. Deadline is an opera that focuses on climate. Change comes to new york city sun and see an opera that gain the top prize at the venice. Biennale in focuses on climate change will be staged of their brooklyn academy of music staging requires twenty-one tons of send it opens next wednesday and runs through september twenty six on another note. We are happy that live. Teeter is back in new york city. Break your leg. With the reopening of broadway at our question of the day is what does lampooning a gavin newsom be making fun of something.

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"dave robbins" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"dave robbins" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"You know. I wanna know for horses one two in a row or three in a row or stuff like that. So it's it's hard to explain. Because i feel like i i feel like i cop out. Sometimes because people like oh. Who do you like in this race. Go do when. I'm calling races. I'm not in the. Who do i like business at all. I mean i'm not really in that business anyways and so to me. It's just such a different my approach for just the entire day of racing way different as handicapper than as announcer. I feel like. I have much much different things that i need to focus on and deliver so Thank you for that what processes is researched. Okay I feel like that's i already answered that one Somebody cmt's e asks. Why saratoga never considered for breeders cup. Ed rosa has this little funny bit that he does every once in a while and add you know he likes to overdo a bit. He gets a laugh or two out of it once. He'll run it for like six years but he always like anytime. Something stupid happens at a track or bad weather or whatever. Also this is. Why arlington can't host the breeders cup. This is why you know. Sunland can host the breeders cup i think for saratoga. The the answer is probably whether some of it might be media just because it's a little more remote. But i don't think i don't think i think it's truly the weather but also if you notice naira has hosted breeders cup since two thousand and five from what i gather the breeders cup kind of almost like leases the track but like they come in and they run everything and they don't like i don't know that it's necessarily like a big moneymaker for the tracks that hosted i think oak because i think bridge kept gets like almost all the money. Bet all that kind of stuff. So and that's what i've heard. I don't know that by the way just. This is just what i've been told But from what. I gather you know. It's you know it might not be the best thing you know. New york chilean october november. And so i think think a lot of it's weather and i think some of it's just Maybe they just don't want to do it think that's that's that it would be. It would be pretty amazing to watch if you can make it work out Last question and this was from. Cindy who are your favorite race callers. And i'm gonna. I'm gonna cop out and not really answer this. I realized there's no good that could come from it. Because i think i think there's a level of guys and there's i think you know a couple dozen maybe who are very good professional sounding accurate. Do a really good job now. It's one of the most subjective things ever you you know i've seen people on the internet talk about how they thought tom. Durkin was bad and like to me. I don't know how anybody could see that but again it's a taste thing and whatever I when i was driving. I was hanging out with a friend who were driving to attract few weeks ago and we were kind of given our he said who be your top five race collars that are out right now and i said well. Let's see and so. I started thinking like okay. I know this one this one this one. I think i got out three that. I'm like yeah. These are definitely top three guys but then i felt like four through about ten could have all been because i was like. Oh well. is this one better this one. No i mean but this one better than you know like they all seem kind of interchangeable in my rankings. I guess i put any of them in the top five and feel good about it. But then i realized that you're making top five if there's ten people on there i ranked myself. I think at thirteen when we were making this list for for a gauge of you know and i tried to be but who knows i mean. Truthfully i'll give you one. I'll give you one. I'll give you one top three. I don't feel because like. I said i don't want to deal with. I'm friends with all these. That's another thing too like friends with all these guys. I don't want to rank everybody. I think most guys all do a great job Dave rodman's at my top three though. I think he's so good. And i think that it's funny because every time the preakness comes around i feel like i see a bunch of tweets. Go like dave robbins underrated. And it's like if if so many people think he's underrated. You really underrated. I think most of rain is good but Yeah i just. I i would I think he's extraordinarily accurate. I think he mixes in a little bit of entertainment. But i think he's so consistent and easy on the year and all the good things. I want from a race caller So there i'll give you was in my top three. I won't tell you if he was one or two or three. When i made my top five lists that turned into like a top ten but he was. He was in my top three. So there you go. That's the one that's the one piece. i'll give out anybody else. I say i'm gonna get a message for me ahead of me. So i'm out on the answer so sorry anyway so let's Let's ended there. I really appreciate to everybody. Many questions like i said i still have a several that we kind of put aside. But it's just you know we got other stuff we gotta do but we will We will be back tomorrow. And greg harbor gonna join me from harvard. Bloodstock really excited for that conversation Coming up on. Thursday horseplay thursday. Rob telstra gonna join us from southern california and jury will be here on friday so hope everybody has a good rest of your tuesday thank you for participating and listening to q. And a. and the show in general. We'll see you tomorrow..

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"dave robbins" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"dave robbins" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Your hands where the polls yeah we just missed Dave Robbins in canton Georgia Robert Walker the mark air show hi mark Hankins nine excellence going on robin well I was thinking maybe but then again me and as a teacher I deal with a lot of parents and children and you you ask what parent would bite Twinkie serial for their child in the cynic in me says always the same he says I can't give them anything with red food dye and I'm not making it now many you know what I'm saying I do my my hypothesis is and I have limited experience with with children so this and take it with a grain of salt is that the the parents that are actually buying this for the see the serial for their kids twenty serial have no control over their kids basically whatever the kid wants the kid gets that that type of relationship where if you don't have control of your kids they're gonna pick twenty serial and yet you're just as they are that's what he wants that's a little Johnny wants that's what Johnnie gets good good call yell bless your heart though teaching America's youth you're doing you're doing well my friend Ron is in calming Ron welcome to the show Hey guys I'm from Michigan and like many of you we we couldn't have any sugar and during the summer warm months we had what you guys had corn flakes and special K. but in the winter and the cold months I think Chuck mentioned cream of wheat yes oracle with no sugar and we would have also cocoa we switch I had to gag those I've never heard of that so cream of wheat for for Suthers basically cream of wheat was northern greats basically is what cream of wheat was yeah yeah yeah I didn't mind cream we added doctored up though you could you're right you could just eat it straight out of the bag did you would you guys just checking the fancy this of the dead green household and Chuck oatmeal did your did your mom make it with milk or with water well could pendant on the day that it what day of the month ahead with the cat was giving you that day well I mean sometimes around at about because we had to these powdered milk male shar yeah they really yeah a we're poor mills condensed milk I can't remember my mom ever make or does matter it was just it was always old we are kind of water yeah Mike's in Monroe Georgia Mike Walker the show you know going out I liked lucky charms that was not never once in my life that's what the model is right magically delicious marshmallows my mom want to stab me in the kidney so my mom's favorite euros foster many which you know you talk about tomorrow yeah that now there are two types of shredded wheat you had the minis and then you had the giant ones that were just basically like a break right how do you even go about eating that break of shredded wheat I get softer real you just cut in the fall apart in the in the thing yeah that's that's just okay good go ahead buddy I have an idea for a no Sir okay the red white and blue was little marginal troll when did the orange with great or I will is I don't know is that sack religious fervor.

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"dave robbins" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:34 min | 2 years ago

"dave robbins" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Mary Louise Kelley and I'm Audie Cornish president trump took a victory lap today at the White House celebrating what he called total acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial and he slam Democrats for pursuing impeachment over a request he made to the Ukrainian president to investigate his political rivals we went through hell unfairly did nothing wrong I did nothing wrong I do things wrong in my life I will admit not purposely but I've done things wrong but this is what the end result is residents on scripted remarks lasted more than an hour NPR White House correspondent Tamera Keith was there will come back to him hi Andy what was it like in that room this was essentially a victory rally in the east room of the White House with the president surrounded by everyone who stuck with him through impeachment I'll just let president trump describe what it was and this is really not a news conference it's not a speech it's not anything it's just were sort of as a celebration there was no teleprompter had a few notes on paper there was a lot of riffing at one point he held up today's Washington post with the headline trump acquitted and you know a big part of this hour long event was just president trump going through the names of members of Congress who he called warriors who helped him through impeachment ended there were a lot of weird comments when he got to house Majority house minority whip Steve Scalise trump went on for a long time describing that congressional baseball shooting where Scalise was severely injured I think you set a record for blood loss and Steve Scalise I actually honestly I think you're better looking now you're more handsome guy you you weren't that good looking you look good now trump also said that he wished president Lincoln were there because he'd quote give him one hell of an introduction the president also had sharp words for people like house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Utah senator Mitt Romney right the only Republican to vote to convict trump at least on that first article of impeachment yeah this was not a day for forgiving and forgetting and in fact this morning at the national prayer breakfast he ripped into both of them he didn't say their names but it was clear who he was talking about and at the time close he was seated just a few feet away from him I don't like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong nor do I like people who say I pray for you when they know that that's not so I mean it was really personal and then it continued back in the east room he wrote Romney off as a failed presidential candidate and further when after house Democrats as vicious mean horrible a lot of other words trump also renewed his complaints about the investigations into him and his campaign he called the Russia investigation something we cannot say on the radio and explained at length why his call with the president of Ukraine was in his words perfect so in other words he was delivering a pretty clear rebuttal to the Republican senators who said they thought that he had learned something from the experience of impeachment how does that compare to former president Bill Clinton I mean after his impeachment trial in nineteen ninety nine I recall him expressing remorse for his actions said he hoped for reconciliation and renewal of mean did president trump do anything in that in that direction yeah I mean these remarks could have been more different Clinton spoke for two minutes in the rose garden in nineteen ninety nine and it was all about trying to move on what trump did was defiant though at one point he did apologize to his family for having them have to go through a phone a rotten deal by some very evil and six people what now doesn't sound like he's gonna be forgiving what can we expect going into an election year yeah this state of the union this weekend and today's remarks are pretty clear indication that we are headed straight into election season though in his remarks today president trump did express some wistfulness about an inability to work across the aisle on prescription drug pricing that's something that he would like to accomplish she says but even his own party's pretty divided on that that's unfair White House correspondent Tamera Keith thanks for your reporting you're welcome China has now opened two new hospitals in the city of Wuhan these are hospitals built just in the last couple of weeks to treat patients in the epicenter of the now world wide coronavirus outbreak the virus has so far sickened more than twenty eight thousand people and has killed more than five hundred it has also taken a toll on Chinese industry many factors are scheduled to reopen next week but they may not have all the workers they need that is sending ripples through the global economy and to tell us more we are joined by and peers Emily Fang in Beijing Hamley came into the lease and NPR Scott Horsley or in Washington he's got good with it right so Emily you've kick us off because I know you have been talking with Chinese workers who have watched their lunar new year break extended because of this outbreak how are they feeling to the expect to be back at work on the job next week they certainly want to be some people are already going to great lengths to get back to work and to start earning money again one of my favorite stories from today which is a little bit sad is from the southern Chinese city of Joe down which I visited last week because it separated by only a river from the epicenter of the outbreak who Dave Robbins and residents in the city were really worried that if the quarantine and who they wanted for longer that residents in the other side to try to swim over police told us that was impossible the current was just too strong but yesterday someone did it a migrant worker who is desperate to earn money took a wooden tub and paddles his way across the river to Joe John the police found him and they return the whole day that is a speech to the desperation of people who need to work but are these factories likely to re opened one of the other obstacles they're supposed to open this coming Monday but the problem is people may not be able to get to work China has about three hundred million migrant workers that run its factories that bus it's restaurant tables these people are currently sealed in their own villages I had visited several them last week around Beijing and the south and it's going to be really hard to lift all those quarantines at once okay so that is the situation in China Scott Horsley give us a sense of how this might play out worldwide we have heard for example from South Korea where Hyundai has said it is temporarily closing all its auto plants because they can't get the parts they need from Chinese suppliers is that a fair for US automakers to there is a little more slack in the system with the US auto industry so the hick up would not come immediately the way it did in South Korea I'm I'm told that they were part ship before the lunar new year holiday that are still in the pipeline so an interruption might still be weeks away but if the work stoppage continues there certainly could be problems now it's not as though US automakers imports eight engines from China but on auto assembly line even a little faster can be critical you can find yourself in a man for want of a horseshoe nails situation I talked with a consultant for automakers who's knowledgeable of the Chinese supply lines Michael Dunn who says US companies were already exploring alternatives because the trade war yeah but they were finding it it's really not easy and that's why they they still depend on Chinese suppliers this though could cause me take another look aside from cars with other American industries are watching this with a can close and worried or other industries are heavily dependent on China for components are the computer industry electrical components the transportation sector and those that would be affected first are the ones that don't keep a lot of inventory that rely on just in time delivery is typically by air about half the air cargo that comes the US and China typically comes in the belly of passenger planes and obviously we've seen those passenger flight to fit pretty much ground to a halt yeah the longer this goes on the white of the impact will be felt and Phil levy who's with logistics firm flex port told me it's not just about you know cargo containers that don't show up there's also emotional cargo with an episode like this one of the real challenges here may not actually have to do with the direct physical effects of the disease but the extent to which people get worried or scared and stop making business deal going to conferences shopping malls and the like if only let me give you the last word and I wonder if you would send us out with the bigger picture we have all been watching as China's economy was already slowing what what is likely to be the hit from corona virus it's going to be big the economist intelligence unit said that they're going to lower their GDP forecast for China for the entire year by half a percent to five point four that doesn't sound like a lot half a percent but last year people were making a big deal that China's GDP would be lower than six percent which is the lowest it was an almost thirty years all of these numbers are based on the assumption the virus to be under control by the end of March which given the fact that confirmed cases of the virus are still going up and the severity of the quarantine measures that's not a guarantee either is NPR's Emily Fang in Beijing and Scott Horsley it with me here in Washington thanks to both your reporting you're welcome thanks for having me passages bookshop in Portland Oregon is stocked with books that are hard to find take for example the work of Ian van caller his book Kilimanjaro the last glacier is huge more than four feet wide when you open it to study the photographs of the giant melting glacier rather than being an object the holding your hand it's like a space you actually are in that is David able he owns passages bookshop on the night of January first the store was burglarized nearly a hundred books and works of art were stolen people had spent years collecting them for a shop among the stolen items a complete set of a rare magazine called some thing one issue had a cover design by Andy Warhol and the cover was printed as perforated gummed stamps so you could literally detach and they had a yellow circle that said bomb Hanoi gone but ever since the burglary able has been getting shipments of books in the mail not books he ordered gifts from artists and other book sellers including one surprising patron when I got the call I didn't actually registered the name I'd heard Smith in New York and then when she said hi read that one of my books was still retroactively the name clicked Harry Smith called me Patti Smith as in the singer songwriter best selling author she sent a signed copy to replace the stolen book and she sent a couple extra too she sent me almost all of the books that are currently in print signed first printings of those books Smith told NPR that it was quote merely a neighborly gesture she also reminded us that we all have to help each other even in the smallest way this is All Things Considered from NPR news it's giveaway time street food cinema is hosting a Valentine's day screening of la la land at the million.

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"dave robbins" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

11:30 min | 2 years ago

"dave robbins" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"All Things Considered I'm Mary Louise Kelley and I'm Audie Cornish president trump took a victory lap today at the White House celebrating what he called total acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial any slam Democrats for pursuing impeachment over a request he made to the Ukrainian president to investigate his political rivals we went through hell unfairly did nothing wrong I did nothing wrong I do things wrong in my life I will admit not purposely but I've done things wrong but this is what the end result is residents on scripted remarks lasted more than an hour NPR White House correspondent Tamera Keith was there will come back to him hi Andy what was it like in that room this was essentially a victory rally in the east room of the White House with the president surrounded by everyone who stuck with him through impeachment I'll just let president trump describe what it was and this is really not a news conference it's not a speech it's not anything it's just were sort of as a celebration there was no teleprompter had a few notes on paper there was a lot of riffing at one point he held up today's Washington post with the headline trump acquitted and you know a big part of this hour long event was just president trump going through the names of members of Congress who he called warriors who helped him through impeachment ended there were a lot of weird comments when he got to house Majority house minority whip Steve Scalise trump went on for a long time describing that congressional baseball shooting where Scalise was severely injured I think you set a record for blood loss and Steve Scalise I actually honestly I think you're better looking now you're more handsome guy you you weren't that good looking you look good now trump also said that he wished president Lincoln where there because he'd quote give him one hell of an introduction the president also had sharp words for people like house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Utah senator Mitt Romney right the only Republican to vote to convict trump at least on that first article of impeachment yeah this was not a day for forgiving and forgetting and in fact this morning at the national prayer breakfast he ripped into both of them he didn't say their names but it was clear who he was talking about and at the time close she was seated just a few feet away from him I don't like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong nor do I like people who say I pray for you when they know that that's not so I mean it was really personal and then it continued back in the east room he wrote Romney off as a failed presidential candidate and further when after house Democrats as vicious mean horrible a lot of other words a trump also renewed his complaints about the investigations into him and his campaign he called the Russia investigation something we cannot say on the radio and explained at length why his call with the president of Ukraine was in his words perfect so in other words he was delivering a pretty clear rebuttal to the Republican senators who said they thought that he had learned something from the experience of impeachment how does that compare to former president Bill Clinton I mean after his impeachment trial in nineteen ninety nine I recall him expressing remorse for his actions said he hoped for reconciliation and renewal and mean did president trump do anything in that in that direction yeah I mean these remarks could have been more different Clinton spoke for two minutes in the rose garden in nineteen ninety nine and it was all about trying to move on what trump did was defiant though at one point he did apologize to his family for having them have to go through but even his own party's pretty divided on that that's unfair White House correspondent Tamera Keith thanks for your reporting you're welcome China has now opened two new hospitals in the city of Wuhan these are hospitals built just in the last couple of weeks to treat patients in the epicenter of the now world wide coronavirus outbreak the virus has so far sickened more than twenty eight thousand people and has killed more than five hundred it has also taken a toll on Chinese industry many factories are scheduled to reopen next week but they may not have all the workers they need that is sending ripples through the global economy and to tell us more we are joined by and peers Emily Fang in Beijing Hamley came into the lease and NPR Scott Horsley or in Washington he's got good with it right so Emily you've kick us off because I know you have been talking with Chinese workers who have watched their lunar new year break extended because of this outbreak how are they feeling to the expect to be back at work on the job next week they certainly want to be some people are already going to great lengths to get back to work and to start earning money again one of my favorite stories from today which is a little bit sad is from the southern Chinese city of Joe down which I visited last week because it separated by only a river from the epicenter of the outbreak who Dave Robbins and residents in the city were really worried that if the quarantine and who they wanted for longer that residents in the other side to try to swim over police told us that was impossible the current was just too strong but yesterday someone did it a migrant worker he was desperate to earn money took a wooden tub and paddles his way across the river to Joe John the police found him and they return the whole day that surely speaks to the desperation of people who need to work but are these factories likely to re opened one of the other obstacles they're supposed to open this coming Monday but the problem is people may not be able to get to work China has about three hundred million migrant workers that run its factories that bus it's restaurant tables these people are currently sealed in their own villages I had visited several them last week around Beijing and the south and it's going to be really hard to lift all those quarantines at once okay so that is the situation in China Scott Horsley give us a sense of how this might play out worldwide we have heard for example from South Korea where Hyundai has said it is temporarily closing all its auto plants because they can't get the parts they need from Chinese suppliers is that a fair for US automakers to there is a little more slack in the system with the US auto industry so the hick up would not come immediately the way it did in South Korea I'm I'm told that they were part ship before the lunar new year holiday that are still in the pipeline so an interruption might still be weeks away but if the work stoppage continues there certainly could be problems now it's not as though US automakers imports eight engines from China but on auto assembly line even a little faster can be critical you can find yourself in a man for want of a horseshoe nails situation I talked with a consultant for automakers who's knowledgeable of the Chinese supply lines Michael Dunn who says US companies were already exploring alternatives because the trade war yeah but they were finding it it's really not easy and that's why they they still depend on Chinese suppliers this though could cause me take another look aside from cars with other American industries are watching this with a can close and worried or other industries are heavily dependent on China for components are the computer industry electrical components the transportation sector and those that would be affected first are the ones that don't keep a lot of inventory that rely on just in time delivery is typically by air about half the air cargo the comes the US and China typically comes in the belly of passenger planes and obviously we've seen those passenger flights have been pretty much ground to a halt yeah the longer this goes on the white of the impact will be felt and Phil levy who's with logistics firm flex port told me it's not just about you know cargo containers that don't show up there's also emotional cargo with an episode like this one of the real challenges here may not actually have to do with the direct physical effects of the disease but the extent to which people get worried or scared and stop making business deal going to conferences shopping malls and the like it only let me give you the last word and I wonder if you would send us out with the bigger picture we have all been watching as China's economy was already slowing what what is likely to be the hit from corona virus it's going to be big the economist intelligence unit said that they're going to lower their GDP forecast for China for the entire year by half a percent to five point four that doesn't sound like a lot half a percent but last year people were making a big deal that China's GDP would be lower than six percent which is the lowest it was an almost thirty years all of these numbers are based on the assumption the virus to be under control by the end of March which given the fact that confirmed cases of the virus are still going up and the severity of the quarantine measures that's not a guarantee either is NPR's Emily Fang in Beijing and Scott Horsley it with me here in Washington thanks to both your reporting you're welcome thanks for having me passages bookshop in Portland Oregon is stocked with books that are hard to find take for example the work of Ian van caller his book Kilimanjaro the last glacier is huge more than four feet wide when you open it to study the photographs of the giant melting glacier rather than being an object that you hold in your hand it's like a space you actually are in that is David able he owns passages bookshop on the night of January first the store was burglarized nearly a hundred books and works of art were stolen people had spent years collecting them for a shop among the stolen items a complete set of a rare magazine called some thing one issue had a cover design by Andy Warhol and the cover was printed as perforated gummed stamps so you could literally detach and they had a yellow circle that said bomb Hanoi gone but ever since the burglary able has been getting shipments of books in the mail not books he ordered gifts from artists and other book sellers including one surprising patron when I got the call I didn't actually registered the name I'd heard Smith in New York and then when she said I read that one of my books was still retroactively the name clicked Patti Smith called me Patti Smith as in the singer songwriter best selling author she sent a signed copy to replace the stolen book and she sent a couple extra too she sent me almost all of the books that are currently in print signed first printings of those books Smith told NPR that it was quote merely a neighborly gesture she also reminded us that we all have to help each other even in the smallest way this is All Things Considered from NPR news.

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"News headlines three six ten W. VS Tennessean from Buckeye lake rolling and we'll get back to rich here in just a couple of minutes and we'll try to winterfest and talk about other other things two of the book I like brewing operation you can hear demand plan right now in the harp and the key targets still in Christian from the hills of Tennessee is mostly track back to central Ohio and doing who where you plan tonight tonight I am at the Blarney stone curling requires John Pollock from St players on saxophone okay started eight thirty and your great night you know cover there no cover their suite yeah and then I can it can I get dinner and and you can they have they have a great kitchen their food is wonderful and come on in and enjoy the band enjoys food this the yes the smoke wings are right but that does sound good I think a good Bourbon well when when right there you know and you know if the you know if the roads are going to be maybe a little Stanky tonight you know grabbing Hoover laughter examiner cabinet whatever just to put that into somebody else's and and then the the gauntlet continues tomorrow night is the big show we've got the Zachariah's read every year with the Gulf view lane a down at expressed there's one and I'm gonna open up show at seven thirty and then the band will come out and we have special guests got a Bratcher okay here's my here's got a complete study yeah we're gonna do is we're gonna do some scouting like interesting stuff up so as much as we got some plans carry hears from sirens is also going to be singing we're gonna do some stuff together and she's gonna tear some stuff up and Dave Robbins on saxophone who did all the early sessions with the band's been with the band for ever and Tom income coming in was back on the show and Tom was always the guy at the Zachariah's wrestling that opens shows for spitting image in the Gulf view lane and urban sprawl all bands that came to there and it's so nice to have him back on the show again he's gonna be featured with the band on a couple of chances to be really cool was Zachariah's red Isola what was at an old venue here it was I I Jeffrey dates me so funny because used to be the castle back in the day and you know I started hanging out there in seventy nine eighty it was it was acari is then and Zacharias only was around for you know like three or four years to be honest with was that I campus it was right on campus it was like the agora was the rock and roll bar Jack rise was a country bar and how far away from each they were blocks you can walk okay so that's what you do you just check out was set it the gore and come down to Zacks and finish up tonight you know with McAfee lane and and that time you know you could get local radio play so that once that the radio played you know we're we're on the road with everybody and tickets are still available you can go to Kathleen dot com and it's always it always sells out but all all the table seating is is sold I believe but there is still tickets available John swab god love him he's a he's been keeping this thing alive for ever and ever and it's beautiful thing we're doing a a cruise gig with them next month my wife and I are so it's children does region and the McAfee laying in a in the house band called hotel California decades rock and it's just a and then three eight days and three gigs so it's a it's a vacation what about Sunday then Sunday it route brothers in Delaware and we will be the after party for a Saturday night is G. Aranese tavern grill so I'll be I'll be leaving about nine thirty the bantam title ten and I'll I'll hit my band around ten and everybody come there afterwards it's gonna be crazy many opportunities this weekend to catch doing Christian in action we gotta get to Alison why it's in the news room I will get back with rich Hennessy from Buckeye like brewing and before we do all that let's see we can get you hooked up with an interesting grand in your hand your shot at one thousand dollars now tags the nationwide two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text and info and message rates apply.

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