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"deteriora" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"deteriora" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"That to tv and radio and other media that knowingly lie to their viewers to make money. I just saw this. We're not going to solve. is today jim anyway. We are done. Thank you very much for tuning in to boston public radio. Thank you for listening In this incredible week. Monday are going to be joined by financial columnist. Michelle single terry. Who is absolutely fantastic. You're gonna love her. She's great about money. She by a lot of other stuff. And senator. ed markey is gonna talk about. What's transpiring this week. And what's going to happen if anything with the twenty-fifth amendment and a trump getting out of office through impeachment. Our crew would like to thank chelsea. Murray zoa matthews. You believe aidan calmly or engineer. John mccaw parker. Miles smith and dave goldstein. Run a remote studios. You're not interview tonight jim. But he is taking tune into her at seven o'clock on gbh. We've also got that wonderful frontline documentary about deteriora- with this about a brilliant courageous fearless funny full life journalists. She's lies going unchecked. That's your point and you how she's checking them by the way. She's checking in with fabulous journalism. She's not shutting them down right not yet i don't again i'm jim bradley. Have a wonderful weekend and stay for tuning..

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"deteriora" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

07:22 min | 10 months ago

"deteriora" Discussed on Majority 54

"Hacksaw tap opposite, my former boss David Axelrod and Robert Gibbs, he's vocal critic of the trump administration and spinach strategic advisor for our Republican voters against. He also co directs the USC Center for the Political Future, which is dedicated to promoting civil political dialogue, which very similar to our mission here on the Pot Mike, spin bringing his unique approach to political business for over twenty five years now, Mike, it's great to have you on the podcast. Well, thank you. Guys is good to be here in good old majority fifty four. Sure you're I think you're only the second Republican ever on here. So who was the first victim who you actually really like this the first guy was guy named Tony Sedgwick who was he lives in? Arizona. Along the border and the wall would have to be built on his property and I went down to his ranch and I interviewed him in an Open Barn. So this is exactly like that. Yeah, I'm here in my barn in Los Angeles California. Well Mike. We usually start with the news the week and we have a few big items to start with. Before we do anything I just want to just start with this state of the race in right now where about twenty days from the election we're recording us on Wednesday this week, and if you look at the fivethirtyeight site, they have the national average going for Biden over ten points, ten point, six points and when you look state by state, they have Michigan, Pennsylvania Wisconsin both between seventy eight percentage points for Biden, and some pickup states like Arizona Florida North Carolina somewhere between three and four percent for Biden. At the moment I've heard you say on hacks on tap pod a few times now that you're almost getting bored by this race. ON BORED OUT OF MY MIND. And, say, what are you crazy? The president said his hair on fire yesterday or said the moon is made out of communist green cheese or whatever. But I I'm bored with trump's antics even though if you can stand backward trapped in Marx brothers movie here because something crazy happens every forty five seconds. But if you actually look like a political hack at the at the rates it. Doug, it's been dug in for a long time. I mean, the truth is. Trump has been in trouble since a day got inaugurated used to have to look at the special elections. You know the midterms and Congress the governorships where we've lost by believe nine control of nine governorships. Almost every special election even safe Republican districts we've done under normal anywhere from medium bad to really bad so. country's been trying to fight trump for a while and then it Kovic showed up and raise the stakes of the job a lot in in pretty obvious. Evidence. Donald. Trump really really screwed up and people know it. You know it's interesting. Most governors in executives have done pretty well politically during this because they kind of get in charge they're smart enough let the guys with the medical degrees do the thinking and you know they've elevated their numbers. Trump's been the opposite. So anyway, I think this race is boring in fact that nothing has really happened to dramatically change it at least on a national basis, and so it is politically boring. But in the news cycle, it's exhausting a bizarre one of the things I've said on this before the be curious on your thoughts on. It feels like in any administration usually it's by the end of the second term. There's just a certain level of just wearing out the public just by hearing the same person for that long and I feel like trump is he exhaust with his antics but on top of that, it feels to everybody whether you like or not like he's been president for Dang ever. amplifies that usual just sort of wearing a you know just sort of ready for a new voice yet and I it's like dog years one year trump is like seven normal politician I mean we've had about fourteen October surprises. Under the old measure of what an October surprises but the country. So kind of polarized I is interesting and are Republican voters against trump stop our bet dot org. We are doing a guy in Florida because Florida's sticky state you win Florida you pretty much gotTa meal. You only need to pick up one of the others. Midwestern states or you know. Maybe in Arizona to lock it up in the Electoral College. So we do a lot of focus groups of soft Republican voters and and into white independence and the most powerful messages with the independent I. It is not the trump bashing by the way when you start calling him a Kovin murderer it it actually hurts it works the other way because they. Don't think Kobe was trump's fault. They thought he was kind of the guy there when it happened but they don't think he's done a particularly good job by any means. But what they really want is can we get back to normal with somebody could actually unite the country you know and and take the fighting away in the in the screaming and All that enough. Already, it's kind of trump etc headache fatigue, and that is really what in many ways is driving independence. They're looking for that candidate. What would by has gone form is he's already built in that guy that is part of what's propellant but to finish up on state of the race right now Biden is with the clock quickly running out. Trump. has failed to have anything happened in the race that would give him a hook to change it under normal playbook. Trump would have would have had a coordinated attack on Biden and Harrison September deteriora- really good first debate at the end of September and be very much business in October to try to close the race win those you know he the popular vote is so demographically favorable the now as hiller he found out but in those electoral swing states in the Industrial Great Lakes and places like that, he might have had some traction instead, we had the trump campaign was. Broken in. September. So bein was able to totally out Muslim TV 'cause at knucklehead part scale with with, of course, the real boss Kushner Classic Idiot son-in-law. It's like a bad family business story here blew all the money pre-convention. So they had no cash in September, Biden's able to Muslim Biden was able to protect flank on crime and and rioting, and then they had the worst debate in the history of debates. So right now the clock is running out, trump does not have a handle on the race trump's own need to be trump is getting in the way of any coordinated. They very little money. They're getting beat everywhere on TV. So Biden now is a strong position in the industrial midwest outside the margin of error ahead and he's in a race close race. It's like it's really like two points in Florida and maybe a little better in Arizona and pretty close in North Carolina. So there's no state where like is got Biden on the ropes. It's the opposite and that is a great position to be in. If you're Joe Biden particularly as election day is now two weeks long with all this early voting so The number of days trump has left is you know we're losing ten percent of a day. We're in the hunt right now for just potential issues that can up this race and this week theoretically was going to be one of those weeks that provided opportunity for trump both with the supreme court hearings and with a debate that is that is now going to be doing town halls. It appears tomorrow night focusing on the Supreme Court confirmation process for a second. We're now as we record this day three of that pro of the the hearings. And it like the hearings are going on as we're speaking but up until now,.

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Trump's tax revelation, what are the highlights?

The Daily Beans

09:00 min | 10 months ago

Trump's tax revelation, what are the highlights?

"Donald J trump paid seven hundred and fifty dollars in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency in his first year in the White House he paid another seven hundred and fifty dollars. He had paid no income taxes at all in ten of the previous fifteen years largely because he reported losing much more money than he made. So that's the lead. In this is in reporting from New York Times Sunday afternoon by investigative reporters Russ Butner Suzanne Craig, and Mike Macintyre now Russell Suzanne incidentally or two of the three that dropped the huge story on trump's finances in October of two thousand, eighteen ahead of the midterm elections. and that was fueled by the financial documents provided by Mary trump who is now suing the president and his siblings by the way for defrauding her out of millions of dollars. But back to today's story from the New York Times quote. The New York Times has obtained tax return data extending over more than two decades for Mr Trump and the hundreds of companies that make up his business organization including detailed information from his first two years in office. It does not include his personal returns for two, thousand, eighteen or twenty nineteen. This article offers an overview of times findings. Additional articles will be published in the coming weeks. So this one, hundred and ninety two paragraph long story is an overview of the times findings. this is the sparks notes the abridged version the Reader's digest abridged story. And I'm GonNa go over the key highlights with you. Hundred Ninety two paragraphs is the overview of what they found. And they're going to be releasing multiple stories in coming weeks for details about what they've uncovered an important caveat here by their very nature, the filings will leave many questions on answered. These tax returns that they got many questions will be unfulfilled. They comprise information that Mr. Trump has disclosed to the irs not the findings of an independent financial examination they report the trump owns hundreds of millions of dollars in valuable assets, but they do not reveal his true wealth nor do they reveal any previously on reported connection to Russia? This kind of makes sense why Sivan's needs the documents, right These data simply report revenue not profit in two, thousand eighteen for example, trump announced his disclosure in his disclosure that he had made at least four, hundred, thirty, four, point, nine, million dollars. The tax records deliver a very different portrait of his bottom line forty seven point four, million dollars in losses. So he announced his disclosure, he made four hundred and thirty, five million. In here it says he lost forty seven point four million. To that's what he filed his taxes as. All of the information that times obtain was provided by sources with legal access to it. So we can. Try to guess. WHO This to the New York Times prior to the election maybe somebody on the case who knew that the case wouldn't be Sort of we wouldn't see any fruits of that until after the election. I don't know I'd be guessing. These tax data examined. by The Times, provide a roadmap of revelations from write offs for the cost of criminal defense lawyer a mansion used by the family retreat to a full accounting of the millions of dollars that the president received from the twenty thirteen Miss Universe pageant in Moscow. So that's kind of a Russian dealing. The apprentice may trump a total of four, hundred, twenty, seven, point, four, million, which he then invested in a collection of businesses that we're failing mostly golf courses. They steadily devour cash much as the money he secretly received from his father the and how that financed spree of quixotic overspending that led to his collapse in the ninety. the picture that perhaps emerges most starkly from the mountain of figures and tax schedules prepared by Mr Trump's accountants accountants. MAZAAR. Clue. Probably got this from the Manhattan Da Somebody there. This is the picture that emerges starkly is of a businessman president in a tightening financial vice. Most of trump's core enterprises from his constellation of golf courses to conservative magnet. Hotel in Washington I guess it draws conservatives. They all report losing millions if not tens of millions of dollars year after year. His revenue from the apprentice and from licensing deals drying up and several years ago he sold nearly all the stocks that now might have helped him plug holes in his struggling properties and tax looms. And within the next four years more than three, hundred, million in loans and obligations for which he's personally responsible personally will come do. Over the next four years. And these records show the actual and potential conflicts of interest created by trump's refusal to divest himself of his business interest. While in the White House his properties have become havens for collecting money directly from lobbyists, foreign officials, and others seeking facetime access or favors. The record for the first time, put precise dollar figures on these transactions. Here's some examples at the Mar, a Lago Club, a flood of new members starting in two thousand fifteen allowed him to pocket an additional five, million a year from the business people paying for access at his Durrell Golf Course in Miami. The roofing materials manufacturer GIF spent at least one point, five, million in two, thousand, eighteen even has as its industry was lobbying the trump administration to rollback egregious federal regulations conflict. In two thousand Seventeen Billy Graham vandalistic association paid about four hundred thousand dollars to the Washington Hotel where the group held at least one event during its four day World Summit in defense of persecuted Christians. Then when he took office Mr Trump said he would pursue no new foreign deals as president. Even. So in his first two years in the White House is revenue from abroad till seventy three, million dollars. And while much of that money was from his golf properties in Scotland and Ireland some came from licensing deals in countries with authoritarian leaning leaders or thorny geopolitics. For example, three million from Deteriora- from the Philippines two point three, million from India and one million from Turkey. Now the data also contains. Revelations about the one hundred, thirty, thousand dollars payment to Stephanie Clifford Stormy Daniels. The, which is one of the focuses of the Manhattan da Subpoena for trump's tax returns. Another financial information another clue that that might be where they got this. However. They say that it has no new revelations, but there is kind of a revelation because trump has acknowledged reimbursing cohen. Who made the? Payoff. But the materials obtained by The Times did not include any itemize payments to Cohen. The amount however could have been improperly included in legal fees written off as a business expense which are not required to be itemized tax returns that says to me. That trump. Didn't make the payoff where he would have had to have itemize it. Which says to me. It was improperly recorded. As a business transaction. At for legal fees, which is another thing to Manhattan as looking at. Business fraud. Falsifying business documents. Now, no subject has provoked more intense speculation about trump's finances than his connections to Russia while the tax records revealed no previously unknown financial connection and for the most part lack specificity required to do. So they did shed light on the money behind the two thousand thirteen Miss Universe pageant in Moscow at the subject of Enduring Intrigue Because of subsequent investigations into Russia's interference in two thousand sixteen. So basically what the time saying here is that there's nothing itemized here about Russia, but there wouldn't be because it's not required to be in tax returns but boy, did we see something interesting about the? Miss Universe Pageant in twenty thirteen. The records show that the pageant was the most profitable Miss Universe during trump's time is co owner and that generated a personal payday of two point three million dollars made possible by the Aguilara F- family at least in part who would later help set up the infamous twenty sixteen trump tower meeting. For. Officials seeking dirt on Clinton with Veselnitskaya who is now we know connected directly to the Kremlin. The record show that in two thousand thirteen to paget reported thirty one point six, million in gross receipts. That's the highest since at least the nineties allowing trump and his co owner NBC's split the profits of four point seven million by comparison trump and NBC lost two million on the deal the year before. Moscow and made three point eight million from the one the year after. So it appears the Russia one. Made money and made a lot of money a lot more money than it ever has before. So did. Russia overpaid trump for this event. Wonder why? In Two thousand, thirteen?

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"deteriora" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"deteriora" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Tim as you point out in your story in the West people know that manny is a politician in the Philippines. But it's often couch to sort of a side note when we talk about his boxing. I don't think people really grasp how powerful he is winded it. I really hits you when you arrived in the Philippines that he was a actual contender there to replace Deteriora- as President I think it was more Sort of a visceral feel that I got. I was driving around with him leaving the Senate Chambers and heading toward his home. We've got this caravan with the motorcycles out front and the security van behind us. There's two state police officers national police officers with M16's across their laps. You know ready to go. I mean they`re. They're like head on a swivel. Making sure that nothing's happening to the senator and in the escalate. I'm I'm in with manny. We're in the second row. And and you know. He's sitting there with his left foot up on the center console. And he's looking out all these buses going by and all these poor people in just tired looking people are looking down wondering who's inside that car with the blackened windows there's a nine millimeter handgun right in the seat back in front of him and I just think that you know we're used to athletes getting this sort of treatment in in a way not to this extent but when I saw that it was like yeah this is this is real. This isn't just a guy who's a dilatot in politics. I mean he is definitely somebody that is taken seriously. How has he been able to both? Continue to be a boxer and be active senator. I it's been a juggling act in. He hasn't always succeeded within. He leads the Senate in absences and boxing is still I? When it's time to train. He comes to Los Angeles in the trains for six weeks and lives in his home there. He has probably managed to do it as well as he could. His trainer Freddie Roach famously was fired for suggesting that he couldn't do both since been retired but he had to take fight off for saying that so yeah he. He is managed. He's he's worked at both of them. It's kind of like a dual sport. Athlete I guess. What did you see when you went to the Senate with him? I was fortunate to be there during time when they were. They were debating one of his Co sponsored bills. The MONEY GOES RECOGNIZE. Nice which was a sin tax on alcohol tobacco and vaping all that the food and Drug Administration or if I shall politically regulate and You know he was mostly uninvolved. I will say the the female senator that was his co-sponsor did almost all work in each her. She and her staff were hard at work figuring things out and manny mostly just sat at his spot. It was fascinating because the president of the Senate. It was a tie vote in the president had to break. The Tie was about fifteen minutes before manny's official birthday president of the Senate and breaking the tie said I don't agree with this amendment but our champion will be having his birthday in fifteen minutes in this is essentially might gift and he voted in Ohio. It was it was like this microcosm of many pack yells life. You might not have earned it in the political sense but he got it anyway because of who he is is his platform pretty similar to deter tastes does not seem to be any daylight between them when it comes to things like the drug war is very openly on deter tayside into the point where and this drives the human rights world crazy is he denies that these extrajudicial killings or even happening. There's no excellent detailing in the Philippines. In fact the president tell them told them that we don't want extrajudicial killing and it's really hard to get where he's coming from if you're not there and then when you're there and people say he cannot in any way dissent from territory because that's where this is leading is that if he if he goes against through territory than his presidential ambitions are shot. Tim As you mentioned. Deteriora- is controversial in much the world. He's been criticized for the drug war and has many responded to those criticisms. Did you get the chance to ask him about any of this? I did? We spoke at length about it and and it is mostly denial it is. It is a defensive detaille. One of the ways he defends in this to say he basically doesn't mean what he's saying that do tear. Tate is using this psychological warfare to get people to see that what he's doing good for them and and you can't take everything he says at face value so the conversation can get a little circular when it comes to something like that because it's hard to get to the heart of things one thing man he will say and he says that that that the drug problem is is problem number one in the Philippines and that the answer to it is disciplined. This country needs to be disciplined and do taste Or maybe a champion boxer. Yeah one starts in the other continues. Perhaps what Spannis lifelike now ten Amina. It's it's very extravagant. I it's it's hard to really put into words. Just how many people work for him. And how many people at his house constantly and you know he's got a guy that his job is to cut his meat before he eats. I mean it's just like there's there's nothing he has to himself it seems except via senator. Nba fighter is birthday. Party was so lavish it was. It was unbelievable. It was in a beautiful ballroom in a five star hotel. There was an attire table for foreign ambassadors. There were six hundred people there. The seven course menu there were entertainers. There was a philharmonic orchestra. There were these two game. Show style emcees. There were singers. There was manny singing. His wife saying it was it was so so over the top. The highlight of every Manny Pacquiao. Birthday party is the Raffle at the end where he gave away two cars. He gave away money. They were stacks of money on the table and he was giving them away like two thousand and three thousand dollars per raffle three days earlier. He was standing in his driveway. Giving out essentially twenty dollar bills to the poorest of the or it's fascinating do you think in the Philippines. His rags to riches story too great riches you describe it is part of what makes him so admired. Oh it definitely is and I. And I think that combination of that and his generosity toward toward the people that live there and the poor people even his harshest critics will tell you that his generosity is genuine that that is the truest part of his platform is the idea that instead of in some ways going through the government process of helping people that then he prefers to do an himself. He has a housing project outside of his hometown of General Santos City where he is given land that he owns and put homes on it and he goes to squatters camps. He randomly picks up people and says here. You know come with me. You're getting a new home. In such a poverty stricken country. His wealth does not seem to be criticized or or envied. It's it's okay because he made it and he made it through the power of his own discipline in his own hard work. He still one of them. He just happened to figure this whole thing out in a way that is almost unthinkable in terms of its awed. Tim It's twenty twenty. The next presidential election in the Philippines is in two years. How could this all play out for Manny? Timing seems to just works so perfectly. He'll be forty three years old. I mean the fact that he's boxed as well as he has to. This point almost feels like house money right. I mean you guys. Don't stay this good in their in their early forties. It all seems to line up. Pretty well the exit from boxing and the entrance into this presidential race. It seems like it could be pretty seamless and if that does happen if Manny Pacquiao is elected president of the Philippines. T- think he'll go down as the most powerful athlete in human history. I wrecked my brain for a comparison. I can't find one. This isn't a tiny country. This isn't a sort of figure head job. It's an important place in Scott. A LOT OF PEOPLE. It's not over a hundred million people he would go from this abject. Poverty is a youngster to president of this country just the trajectory is is is unthinkable and I think that it would make him by far the most powerful athlete. Thanks so much. Thank you mean. I presented.

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News in Brief 16 May 2019

UN News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 16 May 2019

"This is news in brief from the United Nations ensuring the safe and dignified burial of people who've died from Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo regarded as a key way to prevent disease. Transmission is under threat for me lack of funding a key u n partner said on Thursday, but did not take in the number of infections in North Kivu and deteriora- provinces. The Red Cross says it has just two weeks worth of funding to support his burial teams since the start of the latest broiler epidemic and DRC last August. The viruses claimed more than eleven hundred lives and infected one thousand six hundred seventy one people making the second deadliest outbreak today, eight twenty percent of those cases occurred in the last three weeks, according to DRC authorities who are grappling with insecurity and attacks on health centers by armed groups in northeastern DRC. Highlighting the value of the work of the burial teams? Emmanuel couple Bianco director of health and care, the international federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies explained it in the two thousand and fourteen to sixteen Bala outbreaking west Africa up to eighty percent of. People were infected jeering unsafe burials faced with a sixteen million dollars shortfall IFRC has called on the international community to urgently increase its investment in Abella response before the outbreak escalates, further countries need to take greater action to reduce the number of babies born with low birth weights, which puts their health at risk. A new u n backed medical studies urging according to the report around one in seven babies worldwide weighed less than five point five pounds or two point five kilograms at birth, according to latest data from two thousand fifteen the call for a bigger investment to tackle, the low low-birth-weight issue comes from experts from the World Health Organization. W H, O U, N children's fund UNICEF and the London School of hygiene and Tropical Medicine report that eighty percent of the two point five million low weight, newborns die every year, highlighting the lack of progress lead author and academic Hannah Blencoe said that in two thousand twelve WHO's one hundred ninety five member-states committed to reduce low birth weight. By thirty percent up to twenty twenty-five, but so far there's been a decrease of one point two percent worldwide. Good nutrition depends, only on raising awareness about healthy foods, and choices. But also on sustainable systems of delivery with that in mind you in agencies have been working with the government and population of the Lao People's Democratic Republic allowances, it's commonly known to achieve zero hunger with initiatives that help farming families lives, and livelihoods the heads of the food, and agriculture, FAO the World Food, Programme WFP, and the international fund for agricultural development or I fat and today three day visit on Thursday with a call for greater investment in nutrition off to seeing firsthand the impacts of their joint programs. WFP executive director David Beasley said that he could feel the sense of optimism from people in the communities and the work being done helps create a better future for school children for farmers and for families throughout the country. Laos has made good progress over the past twenty years in reducing poverty, and hunger. But. Nutrition remains an obstacle to the country's aim of becoming a middle income country. Matt wells, UN news.

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"deteriora" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on Racing Post

"School is our favors muddy at ninety two. Follow by Ulster's eleven to making miracles seventy-one. Look deal seven to one arch man seven to one and ten to one bar. Would you fully? Mark Johnston muscle. Budgeting he just quit Weller. Yeah. It does. A ROY massive marr-johnson firm is fantastic. And he's got plenty of Charleston this race, Austrian schools favorite. But from funds one to one to beat him every time, I think it could be a stable companion this time around in lucky deal. There's a lot of patient race Austrian school is going to be forward. Ulster? Basically, he needs to dominate is employed of influence on the weather, but he's just been done the last few times because he just likes that change of gear. So I think lucky though, can just say off the pace under-funding Norton. He's fit after no where the campaign is disappointing. Last time. But. I'm willing to forgive him that and he's just he's equally. Good on earth is on our weather. And I think the fitness edge can make him come out on top. Okay. So tactically Tom thinks it could be caught fiercely run affair, Brandon. Would you agree with that? Yeah. Looks to be able to pace is it expect when Mark Johnston's mob handed, which I take my place the strength to this pipes of pace and improving sword. Second in the rose related. I'm told that room remarked off as well it seems to be a race where he paid to be handy. This is the first Roman tar for awhile. But he he's actually no Brian is of Irish Dr form suggests that that won't be a problem it dispersed role at the trip, but not for the first time in the rows. But he looked like a horse wanted a step open trip. He should get a strong pace to run from diesel draw. Todd. I've heard out of the should be shorted tend to warm so probably have a few quick Nemat Antle. Okay. Say possibly better value there for Brandon and James for Neo selection. Yongle for Ascherman here. He's quite an interest in horse. So journal season. He was very progressive starting off at America seventy four and worked his way up to ninety all over kinda mild six two miles Connor territory than Iran the old Rowley Cup over mile for and lead. And. Just did too much and just just didn't really say with him that day thought it was very interesting. The micro bell put him up as his handicapper Dafalla for this year as well. And so we're seven to one, but they're sixteen there, which I think is a crazy price and would have to be having some of that. Now, I think he goes. Okay. That's really interesting that no fear. If you are a jumps fan as we are going to be covering Haydock. So stick with us just after this break. So does he treat it mean that my horse has to do part of the race in reverse? Everyone loves a newbie. That's why Poti power games are getting all new customers. Sixty free spins on daily jackpot games. You play power games customers only one per customer Jesus. He's applying eighteen plus speaking to welcome back to this Friday tip in post Castile promised Haydock is on export of call a decent. Car that Maura deteriora- five is the challenge.

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"deteriora" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Audience the energy on the Boston bench was how publ like you could really the whole game. They were just having so much fun. And it comes on the heels of toxicity. We don't get along it real those guys pointed out last night. It was a really like if you're a Boston fan and say, okay. This is the team last year in the playoffs for the thirteenth guy is cheering for the first guy. Gordon Hayward was great last night. I mean, that's sort of how these relationships starts. Deteriora- right. Like, you don't have the conversations and everyone's kind of harboring their own animosity. So being on a long plane ride and having a great win like that over the four years. This is a good way to start getting back on track into the post season. Yes. So the cardinals at the first pick in the draft and rumors have been swirling that Kylie might be their top choice Cuyler Nick from Ohio State or currently tied favorites to be drafted. I ever all cardinals head coach flipping Jerry and says the team is not made a decision yet. Fifty days. I don't think any of us have a clue at this point. But it's it's fun to hear the how I've said I do. So you just roll with it and enjoy this process. I mean, just rolling around anything. I would have adamantly deny that did say before he had he would take calamari. Story the other day that Josh Rosen erased his Instagram stuff with he said, he was hacked all of this stuff. Related to the cardinals. Let's deleted have you ever been hacked? No, thankfully. I don't I don't know that he was it wasn't act. I I do think if someone was going to hack and deleting all the stuff from the cardinals off of his page would be a very good way to mess with them as he was. I don't believe it. I'm I don't know. John VERA, techie guy. Do you know any hackers hiked got hacked? Once you did my Twitter account got hacked. Why would somebody hack.

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"deteriora" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Did the committee to protect journalists and today add another Maria Raza, the head of rattler a new site critical of Philippine President Rodrigo deteriora-? Recipes colleagues, though are undeterred if the intention is to silence us, they haven't been quite successful. Because we have still been writing and reporting particularly on this administration and later why more than fifty polar bears decided to pay a visit to a town in the Russian Arctic. This is unusual for them to be in a group. And yet here they are driven by climate change into entering into where populations live those stories and more today, you're on the world. Hello. I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news sentences in the United States. Introducing a bipartisan Bill that would impose stringent you sanctions against Russia for its alleged aggression in Ukraine and interference in the two thousand sixteen US elections. In a statement, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, one of the sponsors of the Bill said the goal was to change the status quo and impose meaningful sanctions against redeeming Putin's Russia, Barbara plant Asher reports from Washington this move reflects bipartisan anger over Russia's interference in the affairs of other countries and frustration that President Trump hasn't acted more forcefully against Moscow version of the Bill failed to pass congress last year. But it sponsors are hoping it has a better chance. Now, the legislation would impose strict new measures on Russia's oil and gas sectors targets for sanctions include the country, cyber sector, new sovereign debt Russian banks that fund efforts to interfere in foreign elections and individuals deemed to carry. Out illicit activities on behalf of the President Vladimir Putin. President Trump said the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is making a terrible mistake by blocking access to foreign humanitarian aid. Mr. Trump reaffirmed his support for the opposition leader Hongo who's declared himself. Interim president are America's editor Leonardo Russia reports. Mr. Trump was speaking after a White House meeting with Columbia center is present Yvonne Dookie who's a staunch supporter of regime change in Venezuela. He said they discussed ways of delivering tons of food medicines and other goods VIN as well and people needed when asked about the possibility of military intervention. Mr. Trump said the US was considering all options, president Maduro has at least for now the crucial support of the armed forces. He sees that the delivery of foreign aid is part of a US blocked wells, Tim in Venezuela's oil reserves. A suicide bomber has killed at least twenty seven members of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards force. In the southeast of the country Middle East analyst Alan Johnston reports the attacker used a car packed with explosives and targeted the gods while they were travelling in a bus, not far from Iran's frontier with Pakistan a Sunni Muslim, militant group called Jason Adul said it carried out the bombing the militants say they fight for the rights of the Sunni minority in mainly sheer Iran, and they've attacked the military and number of times. God statement suggested that the jihadis were linked to unnamed foreign powers thirteen people have been killed and dozens injured in a bus crash outside Skopje, the capital of north Macedonia pictures from the scene shower red single decker bus completely overturned in a ditch about fifty people were on board the vehicle when it crashed a spokesman of the main hospitals have some people were critically injured and receiving surgery, including a pregnant woman. Many of them were commuters from the city of Gostivar. You're listening to the lady. World news from the BBC. A suicide bomber has killed at least twenty seven members of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards force in the southeast of the country. The attacker used a car packed with explosives and targeted the soldiers while they were travelling in a bus a Sunni Muslim, militant group called j Shaw Ardal said it carried out the bombing a teenage girl who left her home in London three years ago to join the Islamic state group a spoken to a British journalist from a displacement camp in northern Syria. Shamima Begum who's now nineteen told the times newspaper that she was married within weeks of arriving in IS territory. Dino, Sanford has more details. Shamima Baker described how she was married within three weeks of arriving in IS territory almost four years ago. She said she'd seen oppression by IS and the aftermath of beheadings, but she'd not regretted going she explained at one of the three school friends could easily Soltana was killed in an ashtray on her home. But the third Amira Abbassi is also stood alive though. She had chosen to stay with I s. Shamima Begum said she had lost one child, malnutrition and another two disease. A third baby is due any day. She said she now wants to go back to Britain for the sake of her unborn child. The UN's labor agency the allow has revealed that he took him out until last year for the world's unemployment rate to recover from the financial crash of two thousand eight in an annual report, the I said more than one hundred and seventy million people had no job Nassar has declared that the opportunity Rover. It sent to Mars is officially dead eight months after it lost contact with ground control on earth. The robotic vehicle transformed our understanding of the red planet by confirming that water once flowed there it spent fifteen years sending valuable data back to earth, but was caught in a dust storm last year NASA had hoped it would power back up when sunlight hit solar panels again. But the airwaves.

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"deteriora" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"And isn't this what we strive to do with our children or grandchildren to to have them be stand up people, and this is the role model come on. So he should have done that the Monday come out make that statement publicly. And I wouldn't have finished it for saints fans because they'll never get over it not until their dying day. They will never get over this. But at least that would have been something that he would have handled before him having to address those questions next week. I'm sure you'll be peppered about it. Does thing too is if you think they bring out all these old sages that have covered the league fall? These years about how this will dramatically change, the NFL NFL and dramatically change in for this. We've already heard from John Elway from Stephen Jones from Mitch rich McKay. Head of the competition committee, saying, you know, basically, you know, it was a mistake on referees sport that you know, they like instant replay the way they have it and they don't wanna lengthen the game. So if you think anything dramatically will change because it is not gonna happen. We're talking to Mike to tell ya on the shell Pennzoil performance line up. Now, he has five rightfully so. I think we expected that. That's why we call them. You get a follow him on Twitter at Mike deteriora-. So I I want to go back to what you're saying. Because if Roger comes out on Monday the day after the game and says, all right? You know, what we blew it? But we're not going to replay the end of the game. The game is with the game is is is this roar really over at this point. Nobody down here me. I it wouldn't have it wouldn't have settled that part. But I think what it would have shown at least he's sort of is is reaching out and saying, hey, it was a mistake we admit it. And that's that. And we just have accept accepted. It's human error is like a guy throwing a miss passed. A fumble an interception a penalty on you know, play. Like we saw in Kansas City. You know, d Ford lines up offsides on a play and how crucial that was to admit that you made a mistake here. Again. This is part of you being a leader. And I think people down here would've accepted that part, but they would never forgive the play. But I think the furrow as the week has grown on has turned away from officiating and turn more towards the Commissioner for not addressing this at all. And he can call the the head coach and he can call MRs Benson. But that's not really addressing the NFL nation that really should have been addressed on this the Monday right afterwards. Because that's what a leader does. In essence, he has shown in the past. He kinda tipped his hand. I knew it right off the bat. He was never going to do that. That's not what he's done in the past. And that's not what he's going to do in the future. He Mike here in Chicago. I'm actually not in Chicago right now. But my hometown of Chicago, we reacted to Cody Parke's rice, the double d link with a little Cody parkey challenge that a beer company through on. I did see some saints fans. Bought some billboards in Atlanta, and I'm wondering if there was anything else going on around New Orleans that. You know, was kind of a reaction to this any contests then he'd drink deals anything else like that. So I want to be in the billboard business anything that happens negative down here man, people by billboards all if it's in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Atlanta, you name it. I want to be in that business 'cause I'm gonna tell you one thing we make a heck of a lot of money doing that one of the things that has spurred on 'cause I've talked to a number of people involved with different Mardi Gra Cruz that you will see the outrage camonte grow time as they are fixing floats, and that sense to try to you know, just trying to human things and the one thing about down here is they never forget. But they sort of sort of move on because that's another party down the road. And I think it'll be heavily themed Tamada grow on referees. And Roger Goodell that moment changed mardi gras twenty nineteen for everyone..

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"deteriora" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Arena dot com. I think you better be here released the show on the sixth. I think you should be the announcer. I wanna be I wanna be. Nothing. Coming back to the blue line Watson was there. So too is neck Benino Menino backs up with the puck and then drills it in off the in board Norbert stops it there for his defense. Predators. Two goals in the second period. Down the left wing side. Here's your check on the side of that left circle. Tries to put it in front at deflects away to the right board the end of the traffic. Void. Deteriora- Nora Jack wailing away at the puck now echo turns up the right Ford since it out ahead of Austin Watson rolls back inside the Philadelphia. Blue line couturier turns on the side by the penalty box talk brought in and that shot held against the chest by UC. Sarah's the shot by Oscar Lindblom was that a couple of pretty fair chances here tonight. Yeah. That was good. Good little shot. I think he was just trying to put it on that crash for a rebound SARS did a great job. Clamp down is actually both hands. It looks like he gets his chest. And he got his blocker and his glove on top of that. Make sure he didn't give up anything. He's been solid all night. Twenty minutes a few games in a row. You you come back, and you know. As a goal you want to control the rebound was much. That's probably the biggest challenge, of course, make the safe control the rebound after that. He's done a great job tonight spatial.

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"deteriora" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Yeah. I mean, you find people who think that both in our can be contained and they point to Trump. They say, look, I mean, you had this guy who, you know, elites were scared of and who people warned about being a fascist and antidemocratic, and these people say look things haven't turned out so badly in the United States. I don't personally believe that most Brazilians share his views on on LGBT people. For example. I mean Brazil in many respects remains a quite progressive place. But I do think that he captured people's anger with their politicians. And again, the feeling that they have been neglected and sold out by their politicians. Brazil has some of the highest taxes in all of Latin America, it's an incredibly high tax load and people get very little in return. Is a country where many people are most people if they could pay for private schools and drive on private roads. And there's just this enormous frustration with the political class that the promises that they made during the two thousands. When things seem to be going really well for Brazil have now fallen short. Yeah. I was there in Brazil a couple of weeks ago during the week when his support boomed in the course of one week it went from about twenty eight percent of voters to the forty six percent that he won in the first round on October seventh and that really happened in the course of about seven to ten days, and you could feel it being in Sao Paulo and Rio you could feel people deciding that he was the one not only because they decided that they'd had enough with the political class in Brasilia. But also because they thought that he was the strongest figure to get rid of the. Workers party. And and diffuse the quote unquote threat of them coming back into power. What am I religious voters evangelical Catholics? Another critical part of the Bolsonaro story is the rise of evangelical 's this Brazil generation ago was overwhelmingly Catholic and now if I'm not mistaken about a third of the country is evangelical and they have wholeheartedly embraced Bolsonaro really since the beginning. Even though it's it's worth noting both narrow himself is Catholic. But for them they see values that they can get behind. They see his, you know, the fact that he talks about God, the fact that he wants to support Israel. They see all of these things is signs of a kindred spirit. And so they've been one of the most enthusiastic demographics in terms of their support. If he wins on October twenty eighth how will it change Brazil? What will happen right away? My personal belief is that if both in our is elected with a strong mandate, which all the polls indicate he will be the he will have tremendous power to mold the country in his image. He'll have a a fairly conservative congress hill. Also. And this was a surprise for a lot of us his block of supporters in congress will also be quite strong. And so, you know, I think that on the security side he will order the armed forces and the police to go out and basically bust some heads. There are people comparing what he plans to do with what regret deteriora- has done in the Philippines. It's worth noting that Brazil is already a country where the police kill more than five thousand people every year. It's I think completely probable that. That number will increase at least in the short term under. Bolsonaro precisely because of what he has said he wants police to be able to do we've already seen an increase in killings and violence involving various minority groups in Brazil, political violence, also, and it's reasonable to think that that will increase in the short term. But again, the poll show, this is what most Brazilians want on the economy both in our has said that he will pass a pension reform, which virtually every economist agrees is necessary in order to rebalance the country's books, which are severely out of whack at the moment..

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"deteriora" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"One and over time in one or no in the shootout. Did a little regroup there. I thought in the final minute settled job. But boy, they had a scary. Couple of minutes after the tying goal from sentence. Yeah. The flyers were just coming at them in waves. I mean, they've they were angry. They were frustrated. Nick started getting things together moving the puck really well and just taking advantage of the turnovers in the neutral zone. A lot of odd man rushes against the lightning. From unfortunate bounces. Shots in the third were eleven eight wires three periods. Forty five twenty three flyers. But they did most of their work really in the last nine and a half minutes to that period. Remember, the only had the one shot when connect he took the shot that took a penalty that started the sequence that led to the five on three for the lightning. The lightning got into a little bit of penalty trouble. But. Can't really put it on because their power play to had success. Now. The flyers have answered with four goals to tie it up. Looks like it's gonna be great and point Ryan mcdonagh Yanni Gord out to start. Five minutes of three on three overtime. And Brayden point not a bad person to have on the games on a stick teams to play his best hockey and Yanni Gordon leading the league right now. Like you mentioned earlier David five game winning goals at one of those did come and overtime that was the game in Ottawa. So in the OT debate down that at URI Aiden picker than the gold. Toe are left. Both teams have three power play goals today. Point a Qatari at center. And it's kind of a tie becomes the connected. Weekly meetings zone, right circle tried to center at big walk right there by gonna begun emergence with the puck by the lightning. Ryan mcdonagh looks up ice dropped it for Yanni Gordo. Doc to center. Appeals back to his own end. Gordon? Another wind up for a pass point. There comes point won't get across the Philadelphia. Blue line off circle point, high flat shoot why block on board by that point. He got tied up. Deflected off his stick deteriora- grabs. It suites. In the far corner backward. Qatari I think Lanier change here. Deteriora- slides it out to pro Robert center, raw walks in in blowing exonerate circa pro- proper shot. Just over that dangerous. Play Rover on the rebound gets tied up by coup drop, it he has it back. Take open a crime that goes to drew Todd over the net. Dangerous looks for the flyers. Now, get the puck dropped to onto a stamp for middle, etc. Costal line for stamkos. Stamkos props downright circle and dribbles it back to Victor habit at center minute, gone and overtime. The score. Hayden at center vicar headman, hold onto the puck. Little snap goes gets checks. Shift Gaza spare back in the flyers zone. We're going to take advantage of a change the lightning. Drew? He's at the end of a chip people. You can take advantage. At center ice had been headed overseas. It gets it back. Here's a two on one quarter across sorta court Torelli didn't get all of that. You got the week picker Sorolla in the rebound, right circle. Torelli holding holding. What.

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"deteriora" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wins the draw for the flyers Costas ferris got the puck left point to connect me. Top of the right circle. Fires a shot that sails wide. Buck recovered by rule along the left ports. Spins it down behind the hawk net. Patrick, then back around to the left point Costas bear jerus- top of the left wing circle jerus- moving and put it to the front of the net. Deteriora- redirects at wide connect. He got it back on the right up boards to gossip spirit the line. Did you root top left wing circle? Drew directing traffic sends it toward the site of the hawk net. Patrick moves it back to jerus- beside the left circle. Then he shot through the crease looking for a redirection off Patrick sick that deflects wide connect you got the puck left wing corner. One minute on the flyer. Power play to the right point gossips bear to the left circle Jrue. And he pumps shock proffer. Got a piece that I believe puck, deflects wide. And then the puck is shot by connecting from. The right wing corner behind the hawk net around and tips off of jerus- stick to center ice, the flyers regroup broher off takes a handoff going over the hawk line left wing couturier along the left wing boards. Made a back pass to the point. Nobody was there. I believe that was supposed to be over off the puck spills to center ice, bro. Brought back now behind the flyer net program just got onto the ice. The player that you gotta have your head on a swivel. Again. You can't make that pass and behind there, you gotta know that somebody is there Rover off dumps it down in on Crawford who grabbed the puck and tried to Claritin hit Brandon manning in front deflects into the near corner. Yawkey clears to center ice now on the right wing side. Fourteen takes the puck dumps it down left wing corner. Flyers zone Martensson air tried to center hit the goaltender Elliot here. The flyers as the hawks come to full spring banning falls down along the far board Martensson than plants Jordan wheel in the far corner. As man and got back to his feet took the puck and puts it down ice into the flyers zone. Talks one for one on their penalty. Kill not a pass from the flyers on by MRs Leterrier of the hawk blue line goes down for icing against Billy one nothing. Again flavor of the flyers with one nineteen left. Tell expired the Blackhawks are back to full strength. Sponsored by northwestern medicine, orthopedics, run pursuit better medicine. And we have passed the fifty minute. Mark of the first sponsored by Geico, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more car insurance official partner of the NHL. Military appreciation day here in Philadelphia. Just like the Blackhawks did they have down camouflage jerseys in the pre game warm up a little from the halls of Montezuma there by the orcas. Here's the bracket left circle. Fires a shot toward the flyer net that the flex in behind with Tara put out top of the far circle. Caves poke check to the right point the wings it down to the right wing corner. Leterrier tried to guide the puck in behind the flyer net. Grover off got hold of it along the left boards. Fettered ahead. Nobody there. This'll slide all the way down and is called against the faceoff circle. Caulton make a little adjustment here to finish off the period. Chikane out there with Jonathan tapes and debrincat. Fermi really wants to get Patrick Kane involved in a lot of situations. I think you're going to see this happen all the time. Cain. Fires one through from near the right half ports kicked out of there by Elliott and the right wing corner. Takes the puck back tried to center for debrincat knocked off his stick thirty three seconds left in the period. Suffice to center Scotland over the hawk line circle. Does spin and fired a backhand in front, and that was not quite good is from the right point choirs proffer, kicked out then a shot from the top of the left wing circle from Latin is blocked. Seabrook will spend it ahead to center ice. Patrick Kane for the hawks bench puts the puck back down to Eric Gusta saying back in the hawk net. He flips the puck to the near boards, nobody there, but couturier of the flyers you'll send it down the boards in behind the hawk net out connect me from the right corner. Put it in behind for Jerusalem. He sent it around the left wing cyber gossip care fires. And that was blocked in front by. Porn. Sounds and equate here in Philadelphia. The flyers lead one to nothing shots on goal favoring the hawks thirteen to nine we're going to have to take a quick break. And we'll be back with more after this. This is Blackhawks hockey and seven twenty WGN..

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"deteriora" Discussed on Hurry Up & Wait. LA

Hurry Up & Wait. LA

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on Hurry Up & Wait. LA

"Yeah. No, it looked like he took the bullet. That's what I'm saying. Look like. He tried to pull it in a bullet force. You back. It was a really, like you said he flew fifteen feet. I was like, did they put them on a wire. That's what I've started. I've started doing stunt fighting. So like that's what I'm going to have. You do that over and over again. I hope there's protection, their fight choreographer like God. That you'll, you'll understand it was like a by backpedal. Like with channel went back was like, yeah, I may have seen. Around. I like it because of the the intensity of happy. But like your feet didn't leave the ground? No, it's almost like somebody threw a a cannonball. Okay. Okay. Okay. Who I can sleep better tonight. This is going to get hurt, but trust by three or four guys at one time with a helmet on. So though that's why I'm always concerned. I'm like, oh, please be safe. Bit. So this little interlude is just hula dancing and music commercial break. So have you been playing football since like forever? Hey, retired is thirty three and thirty nine. So he's the majority of my life. Yeah. Every fall. I think issues the first you that I don't have this like instinctive training camp thing where I get in this kind of wipe awkward kind of Erie, reliable because training camp, the coaching to train camping, become like not to mention trains form into this football player because you know, for the next. Five months. Anything could happen to right. The Cup was at a constant fear injury. I mean, it's all actually as a running back. Thank so running backs her like frozen vacuum on. I mean, everyone would definitely running backs constantly hitting, yeah, but it's like this anxiety. This is unspoken anxiety that you feel inside a no one's training camp starts. You could get hurt in the practice or a game could get Caroline's in her in practice. Oregon deteriora- CEO can link your leg anything in practice or a game. So from the town of training camp starts and hopefully through the end of the season between the Super Bowl to February, talking about July through separate. You literally have something physically to horrible happen, and that's a reality that you have to constantly deal with. So I think this is the phone, the first seasons of that over time twin twelve verse couple couple of years when it was weird because my family noon before training camp thing with they call me. Brother petty. So we would have everyone both and we have feelings come Denton among my dad and my sister favorite come down and he'd spend about four days together Miami before training camp. When they left. The end. They didn't even call me because. Into this. You wanted to zone year, right? I to prepare for. The worst in the best in the and they understood that because of user. Yet it feels good tonight. Have that kind of. Zayn to actually in John hurt in not not anticipating being in cuddled Leamington you're having a brooms or sore scrape or. You know the like burns Ryan's helmets only injury for without it just get hit. Laver bowl answers. Oh, those are like Hillman burn. Like cigarette like..

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"deteriora" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on Bad Science

"Fusion an reaction deterioration fusion reaction yeah i'm a scientist nice scientists yeah so does that make sense is that how that will work yeah yeah so you can actually fuse anything together any kinds of atoms together you just need that much energy we pick hydrogen because it's the lightest element so it's supposedly the easiest to fuse and deterioration with that is is an isotope of hydrogen so there's basically an extra neutron it's heavy hydrogen hydrogen and yet you can definitely d d fusion where you fuse to deteriorate atoms together is a very energetic source actually do we use that for anything now yeah we we actually do defusion fusion in the lab at the niff and if you count the number of neutrons i come out you know exactly the number of fusion reactions that happen the other type of fusion we actually do deteriorate tritium trillion with tritium yeah new vocab word new word it's actually slightly heavier than determine because there's two neutrons in the nucleus instead of just one and deteriora tritium releases actually slightly more energy and it's actually a little bit easier actually i take that back it's not easier initiating but it generates more energy than the deed as so booker true name tritium to review that's what i said and are there real world applications have can does this happen somewhere there's a number of real world applications besides just energy as clean energy we have deteriorated tritium inside our nuclear weapons fantastic so you only for you went there well i mean these sound really cool and clean and so why don't you know planes and cars and all of this like are we going to transition at some point to this kind of thing or because from what i understand the way that my car runs is not clean and it's expensive and i hate it so how far are we from something else and what would it be question mark well we have to demonstrate it in the laboratory i mean we have to do that once and never been done what do you mean so we do fusion on a daily basis and using all our lasers we easily get ten to this more than ten to the sixteen reactions each time we do an implosion but that doesn't mean we're actually generating enough energy out it's not more than we put in so it's not an efficient cycle yet ochre yeah so we still got to work on that and until we do that can't say can't see it in your car anytime san also unless you want to drive around if for now i mean really big car it'd be down yeah jacuzzi in there and dance floor apartment building yeah rented i love it that's true radiation being waste from these reactions is that does that make sense what i said yeah i mean for us that the byproduct from a deteriorate tritium fusion reaction is helium helium and energy that's why it's claimed that and that's why there isn't any higher higher level nuclear waste where where does that come in one is that a worry that comes in with fishing oh vision look everything's a problem with vision and primarily it's because when you break down your heavy element the other elements that you have that it breaks into may not be super stable still be radioactive still producing energetic stuff that's coming out and you have to do something with it that's the waste so imagining waitress i mean yes far as i know bed i'm making up as we think of a uranium think of a hydrogen atom it's just like one little balloon right is this one and so we.

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"deteriora" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Decisions i gotta hold you accountable for those royces man like you're not an idiot you're not some areas multiple kid who has to have their hand held you know what i mean i think the biggest thing that we all need to realize people are allowed to make mistakes and they're allowed to grow in offering those mistakes so to everybody running around saying things like yo you know if malcolm x would have died at twenty my my angelo the died at twenty just please keep that same energy when it comes to these adults and then you hitting about you hear things that adults weren't doing their path life something's publicly we know some things we didn't know but they made mistakes they went to jail or their charges got dropped or whatever it is could you please keep that same energy and understand that people grow and people have all and people aren't the same people that they were yeah y'all be still sending me videos charlemagne's most savage moments you know what i'm saying like i can't believe me too movement never came for charlemagne and i wanted to same person six years ago i'll tell you i was wild and i think i don't think i don't fucking is you don't think evolved in today buddy i mean i'm not that's not my that's not my place to say i don't think that i look my feeling is with the whole metoo thing is i don't i don't see you as the type of person that after somebody said no you it continue going i agree with that but i mean listen man i've been in fucking interview with lotion in my hand you know look at here like so and then deteriora please stop that it's making me but she didn't say stop to make me comfortable i'm not going to be no issues it's not appropriate it wasn't appropriate when i look at it now i cringe okay that's enough i do as we should cringe have you ever looked at picture of your haircut when your kid with the fuck was wrong with me i don't bowl cut until i was like seventeen years old it's there's things in our past that we i think regret and that's fair but i think the big thing with this to one thing that very scared about is is this like ask culture we're creating this movement where if guy doesn't ask for something then it's rape or sexual assault it's always been no no no no the toys never been asked culture it's been no culture which is i'm going to attempt to do things and if you say no or stop i have to respect that but you allow the attempt still ask him what body language though sure body lanes whatever but now we're saying verbal asking right like if i go and touch ago titty i don't go mad tetra titty may pull your hair may i kiss your neck may i turn you around judo if stupid if you bought to have sex with a girl and he'd be like can have sex you i don't think i don't think i don't think it'll get nowhere i'm saying it's like what we're doing is we're telling girls that they're being sexually assaulted or rates were putting that in their head for shift it's not the reality to add to your podcast resume yeah the war on feminist podcasts no tonks on topic for many men because listen we love when we were talking about how he funded again listen there's a reason there's a reason to call me cain heavy that's all it is look man the blue right fucking take pills so our dicks hard to help you feel good in bed like this is it's really one thing that i will do i will change the narrative of this whole toxic masculinity ship i think there listen don't get tons of douche bags out there absolutely but for the most part i think men genuinely care about protecting women i think we genuinely care about keeping women safe and treating women well are we do she sometime for sure but i think that deep down it comes from it some guy is beating up sarah on the street you'll even know sarah i'm in vena how did you shouldn't i'm not scaring you don't even you you don't need to thank us we think we we don't think you just don't resent them broke the fuck you.

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"deteriora" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Would be to finger out to can they didn't do that in the end but they will definitely be buying content to feed the millions of subscribers around the world canas right of taken this position on net flicks where do you stand in this this standoff started last year when two films from net flicks was selected for competition hearing can and then it transpired that of course they can't be shown in cinemas in france because of france's rather jacobean laws which prohibit films to be streamed online until three years after they showed in theaters well of course this is very country to net flicks is modeled deteriora mo the campus he said you can have some films here but they can't be in competition netflix dug their heels in and said to can then you can't have the premiers of our prestigious titles bills that's really would have boosted the heavyweight stardom of the quasi this yet so the withdrawal of netflix from all strands of competition has left town with a gaping hole and there's a feeling here on the closet that is missing a bit of stardust an important american heft because of it how long do you think can can hold onto this kind of position where they say net can't take part if they're not going to release things in cinema needed world cinema artistic content presented theatrically on the big screen versus algorithm mic curation presented on the small spain are very different things but ultimately it's a battle between the heart and product between what can seize art and what netflix caesar's content netflix would argue that what it produces also artistic yes it is content but it is autistic and they have had some spectacularly good reviews for some of the films and series they've made yes exactly which is why they need the kind of imprint mature and nod from the canned film festival it's why they wanted to be here because it kinda shows that they love cinema.

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"deteriora" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He's extremely l tell me why why is it was his decision to go in it's something they termed the shimmer the trailer that for a film called annihilation not showing at the cannes film festival or indeed in any cinemas outside a handful in the us canada and china the film's being distributed by net flicks the online streaming service and netflix films have been banned from the cannes film festival competition this year that's because the organizers say only films that have had a widespread theatrical release are allowed to take part net is of course an online platform with one hundred twenty five million subscribers around the world it doesn't do theatrical release it sends big budget movies right into people's homes and some say that threatens our fundamental business model of the film industry moral not in just a moment first though to ken jason solomon dvd's film critic is there on cans famous boone evolved lacrosse it net flicks all only quasi they're kind of in the form of spy very low profile april moustaches groucho marx noses on but they all about picking up product and ethics will buy stuff from canada will distribute it on their platinum just not showing that film they're just not sharing that fills a ruben they would buy the opening night film by as gafa hardy starring penelope cruz that they could buy that and that would be to finger out to can they didn't do that in the end but they will definitely be buying content to feed the millions of subscribers around the world can is right of taken this position on netflix where do you stand in this this standoff started last year when two films from netflix was selected for competition hearing can then it transpired that of course they can't be shown in cinemas in france because of france's rather jacobean laws which prohibit films to be streamed online until three years after they've shown in theaters and of course this is very country to net flicks is modeled deteriora mo the campus he said you can have some films here but they can't be in competition netflix dug their heels in and said to can't wait then you can't have the.

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"deteriora" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"deteriora" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

"And so so you know that that was a good thing but i think what you're you're seeing our leadership be concerned about where things might go if there's a miscalculation because of the tremendous deteriora tearyeyed sation of the relationship that's taken place over the course of the last year and a half mister jamming let's talk about something that's going to happen in your committee tomorrow certainly this week and that is the nominee for secretary of state mike punk pale is unlikely to be approved by your committee the first time that this is going to happen likely since about nineteen twenty five does it give you pause to ultimately ram through his nomination on the senate floor well i don't think allowing people to vote is called ramming okay this is a person that's highly qualified he was first in his class at west point did the harvard law review was in charge of that incredibly qualified person knows more about what's happening in the world probably than anybody in america because of his posted ci look bana under ordinary times he would be confirmed overwhelmingly secretary clinton had one negative vote when she came through john kerry had no negative votes when they came through committee he is more qualified probably than either of them but at least as qualified and we just live and very partisan environment my friends on the democratic side and they are my friends i could try to make them feel bad about this i could they've got in their hearttoheart not feel comfortable with what they're doing but.

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