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Iota could be Category 5 hurricane when it makes landfall
"Hurricane Iota is barreling into Central America with top sustained winds of 155 MPH. Category four Storm is the second powerful hurricane to slam into the region this month. Maria Martin reports from Antigua, Guatemala. Central American governments called for evacuations in areas where the hurricane is expected to make landfall. That's to be later today in Nicaragua, and on Dudas. These are some of the same areas not yet recovered from the destruction wrought by previous storm ETA. Which took some 200 lives, made tens of thousands homeless and cost millions in damages. Maria Martin reporting from
Poland's president tests positive for COVID-19
"Health Health Organization Organization warns warns of of the the Northern Northern Hemisphere Hemisphere is at a critical juncture for the virus. There's also late word this morning that the president of Poland, Andre Duda, has tested positive for the disease. He is said to be doing well and in isolation.
Trump says "I don't think science knows" about climate
"Trump Trump visited visited California California yesterday, yesterday, where where millions millions of of acres acres of of land land of of it it incinerated incinerated Duda Duda wildfires, wildfires, The The president president continued continued to to push push back back on on climate climate change change claims claims made made by by California officials recognized the changing climate and what it means to our forest. It actually worked together with that that science science science that that that that science science science science science is is is is is going going going going going to to to to to be be be be be key, key, key, key, key, because because because because because if if if if if we we we we we if if if if if we we we we we ignore ignore ignore ignore ignore that that that that that science science science science science and and and and and sort sort sort sort sort of of of of of put put put put put our our our our our head head head head head in in in in in the the the the the sand sand sand sand sand and and and and and think think think think think it's it's it's it's it's all all all all all about about about about about vegetation vegetation vegetation vegetation vegetation management, management, management, management, management, we're we're we're we're we're not not not not not going going going going going to to to to to succeed succeed succeed succeed succeed together together together together together protecting Californians. It'll start getting cooler. I wish you'd just watch. I wish science think Science knows, Actually, At least 36 people are dead amid wildfires in the West with dozens missing firefighters Monday had to contend with high winds and low humidity is they tried to gain control in Sacramento President Trump awarded the distinguished Flying Cross to seven California National Guardsmen. You saved 242 people from the creek fire. One of dozens of wildfires raging across California.
Black Lives Matter in Honduras
"In the case of on Dudas gutty fullness struggle for social justice started long before the coup in two thousand nine. Yet perhaps now, more than ever the illegitimate government has become even more brazen and hostile towards the Honduran community of African descent. So, what's at stake in Honduras? The immediate problem is the kidnapping disappearing in outright murderer of gutty activists and social leaders. The long term problem is the systematic array. Of Garifuna Land Culture and very existence in on us. In addition as is often, the case racism plays a role in state violence. So today's show is out to make it clear their black lives do matter in on Dudas. So whiff on the show today as Gregoria Florida's she is a got food and activist and a CO founder of Gutty community services the. US base in the Bronx New York. She joins us today via skype. Welcome to show Grigoriev Florida's. Thank you so much for having me here. Today is my bless her Oscar could be with you in this. And Lisa great opportunity to me to speak out was really going on in Honduras and especially my community across. Absolutely. It's an honor to have you with us, and there's some immediate things that are happening right now even as we have this conversation in on dudas but before we get to some immediate issues with several gutty phone activists being taken, shall we say by Honduran government officials? Let's begin by explaining to people what is of run For an eighth ow Blackberry Organization in Honduras over Anna's founder because of beggar from the people. Estar. Sophomore in. Cain of that discrimination in the city close to the our community. So offer they work clothes they work with that all reflect community. To, defend and to make sure everybody in the community days enjoying the human rights. And Human Rights is certainly the issue at hand here on this conversation because in recent months has been increased violent possibilities by the Honduran government towards the getty fullness. So I want to the best of your ability if you could. Tell us about the incident that took place on July eighteenth in full delacruz on duress. This is also very historic city or town in under a spaghetti fullness. Correct. EAC. Is One of the forty forty, seven community in Honduras myself funder for one sisters after became often the display from. From The people came first from and. That was a farce espace that people? Does the land after. After that was bringing from San be think. So the after they came to heal and the answer they open the forty-seven community. So why does the across the cruise I'm from? I'm born there for my my parents might. Arrays with my. Sisters and community. Buried Pacific community and the way will come in the community. My aunts my father's tell us at home. Always everybody's coming to Delacour do have to welcome everybody and you have if you have something some food, they provide A. And they need rest from the next day, give the space even the coroner to the person get get rest for the next day to continuing journal. So that's the way our parents. Make us a racing community. So all the time is normal for us to see the Community Fund Anada community that people never for the coming for the city to sell different kinds of. Things and. We have the Pacific living in our community but something happened after the eighty, nineteen, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, nineteen. Ninety nineteen because the. The estar selling, our lance west going on with us because when we request. The. Legal communication about. Our land. That Guerrero Limiting Honduras? They do something. That was nice normal and that was not something they not supposed to do because they increase the land for. Policy and they put our land like a Gary flipper from. Inside the limit of land from municipality that of Taylor. So If that's. Saline, our land. So the organization to develop theories me our community. So that's a time our. Situation, they gained worse on this started the persecution about our leaders in our community.
Greenland Ice Sheet Lost a Record 530 Billion Metric Tons of Ice Last Year, Study Says
"New study shows Greenland's ice sheet experienced a record loss. Last year, German researchers found the rate of ice loss increased Duda warm air flowing north from the lower latitudes. The sheet lost about 532 gigatons of ice. That's 15% more than the previous record in 2012,
Christian Missionary vs. David C. Smalley
"Welcome to the show. Hopefully, you're well rested. You got lots of sleep. And you're ready to enjoy. A Nice conversation among people who disagree. my guest may not actually have that same courtesy or benefit. Because, he's literally on the other side of the world. he is joining me all the way from Mozambique. He is a missionary and because of the location and sensitivity of the environmental there. We're not going to be using his name today, so please join me in welcoming the missionary in Mozambique who will not be named. Thank you so much for joining me today. Man I appreciate you coming on the show. Thank you David. Appreciate you taking the time to to let me call in and have conversation with you. Hey, this is going to be interesting man, I mean. I. Don't know that I've ever spoken with anyone in Mozambique before. So talk to me, talk to me. The most Americans don't couldn't find it on now, so. Right, so so so do me a favor. Let's talk a little bit about. first of all why you're over there? What's going on and sort of the temperature of the environment? Like what's happening there to make you not really want to reveal your identity today. Yeah, so we rea- my family. I we're missionaries is in northern Mozambique been here several years now and our our goal is to work alongside The established churches that are here. To help train up leaders, and then send them out to begin new work in in. Places where there are not yet searches, and not yet believers and so. I mean that's in in broad terms that that's what we're doing year. That takes all different kinds of forms over here from teaching English to teaching farming techniques to. Doing Bible Studies. All kinds of things so that's basically what my family. And I are doing over here. Things are a little tricky right now. There is some unrest do do some religious extremism. That's happening north of us in in. From where we are living and It has gotten worse and worse over the last two years or so. Things are getting more violence. The refugee problem is just growing I in fact today. I was at a meeting. For several hours talking to. Not just not just other missionaries, but other relief groups that are here trying to manage the flood of refugees that are coming into our town. We live in a town of about one hundred and twenty, thousand on the estimates are that there are now thirty to forty thousand refugees that have. Over the last. Nine months flooded our town. And then they're not just our town and other places, and so just stall the challenge to come with that people that don't have anything you know they're. They left in the middle of the night. They hid out in the Bush for. Hours, and hours just to keep their family safe, and then they. Somehow made their way down to where we're at, and so they don't have anything and so just trying to figure out what what what you weighed Duda alongside these people that have really watson a lot of trauma and suffering so so what? Type of religious extremism is, are they? They Muslims, are they. Somehow anti-christian, or what's going on now it's it's I mean they. They close ties to isis and so that's when they started. Publicly declaring that it raises a lot of eyebrows but the other challenge. Here's the the government whether or not they're able to. To. Handle the issue from a military standpoint from a development standpoint and so there are challenges. Not just with the group, but then in come the government inability to respond to it, and so, but you know they it's. Nobody really knows exactly what's at the bottom of it? Whether truly is religious extremism. In, some people speculate that it's just it's a response to extreme poverty and lack of opportunity that people are are turning to the violence in a way to get what they want quickly There there is a huge gas project that is is happening up here in in so people you're there. Some conspiracy theories about how that HAL unrest. Can benefit certain players within that that. That project so anyway. There's A. On the surface it. Appears to, be, religious. Religious driven! But. Nobody really knows at this point so.
U.S. says China backed hackers who targeted COVID-19 vaccine research
"The Justice Department accusing China of targeting research firms working on a vaccine along with stealing trade secrets, not only or the hackers accused of breaking into the computer systems of U. S companies, but they're also accused of targeting labs doing Cove it 19 research trying to steal that data for the Chinese guy. Meant Ray Duda runs the FBI Seattle office, They have been able to gain access to networks around the world encompassing victims in business, government and academia. Both men live in China and will likely never be handed over by the Chinese government. Alex Stone, ABC
What Susan Rice thinks she could bring to a Biden administration
"I'm Jonathan. Kaye part, and this is Cape up in former President Barack. Obama's first term Susan Rice was the US ambassador to the United Nations. In the second term, she was Obama's National Security Advisor. Today Susan Rice as a private citizen author of tough love, my story of the things worth fighting for and under serious consideration to be Joe. Biden presidential, running name. Here what she has to say about that President Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, and whether the president is a national security threat to the United States in the Special Cape Up Life episode right now. Welcome back for the third time to the Cape Up podcast embassador Susan Rice welcome. Thanks so much great to be with you. So leery about one minute before we came on air here, there was breaking news that trump administration drops plan to deport international students in online classes, and your reaction was to applaud explained chance. Well, it was such a misguided. Stupid. Decision that they took in the first place. International students are critical part of our university structure. Our college campuses they bring talent. They bring diversity. They bring resources and to lock them out, simply because their campuses have decided by virtue of the pandemic they need to. Conduct classes, online in the fall was just calloused an. Extraordinarily counterproductive I haven't had a chance to read in detail the reporting on it, but it looks like. The trump administration saw their effort to defend this policy in court was unlikely to succeed and they backed down. And it seems to be a victory for our colleges and universities are students across this country and across the world, because so much of our appeal, our competitiveness, our soft power depends on people around the world, wanting to come here and learn and study bring their skills and talents. So this is a good day. Ambassador. Let's keep talking about foreign policy. Originally, I was going to start this interview talking about the election in Poland and the news of the reelection of Poland's president. Duda and he's an ally of president. Trump's and a supporter of the right wing Law and Justice Party he's been condemned by the e, U and democratic watchdogs, and just wondering how if you think president trump's behavior in the farm policies space his support for leaders like Duda, as contributed to the rise of illiberal nationalist in autocratic regimes around the world. Well certainly legitimize the rise of elected autocrats, and we see that increasingly. Parts of the World Poland is the most recent example it's unfortunate because Poland is an important part of NATO an important part of the EU, but it is moving in a direction where it's values, and its approach are completely out of step with the other members of the alliance and it it suggested. Particularly, when it comes to the EU. Their position could be in jeopardy down the road if if there is a further move towards anti democratic policies and structures. Ambassador is it possible for the alliance to even survive if the super in the alliance, the United States doesn't even bother to champion those small D, democratic ideals that have been the cement for Alliance for more than seven decades. All the NATO alliance is under duress. Because of president trump's callous disregard for the purposes and the interest of this alliance, our alliance with NATO is built on common values, but it's also built on interest that we stand together as North American allies North Atlantic allies. And Atlantic. And Europe broadly to counter threats to our sovereignty and territorial integrity is in alliance at which come chiefly from Russian. And when the United States, Questions the value of our lines turns it into a transactional arrangement when president trump decides to unilaterally withdraw third of our horses from Germany without even consulting with the German government and calls our adversaries from Russia to China to North Korea while putting our allies in a very difficult position, it does great damage to the alliance in that's one of the many reasons why we need change I don't think NATO, and our leadership role in the world can withstand for more years of Donald Trump. And, that's why we need change, and we need leadership in the form of Joe Biden who comes out of the bipartisan American tradition of supporting our alliances of understanding who our friends are, and who are adversaries are, and that our leadership and our strength in the world is enhanced when we can bring partners and allies with us.
Poland election result: Narrow victory for conservative incumbent Andrzej Duda
"President Andrew has won the country's election after a closely fought contest. Let's get the latest now. With bortles Warsaw correspondent Annabel Chapman get off. Annabelle it's. It's a very very very tight. Vote me does that? Is that in itself? Instructive? Does that tell us anything extra? It really shows that the country is very divided. The two candidates. Who Represent different different outlooks? I wanted. Then you know what what Marcus can we can we going then about? The direction the country's headed, and we know, of course as so often misses a narrative we see and a lot of countries that have populace in in charge. It's about relationship with external stay. organizations like the European. Union etc, D-. Can we now start to see the next steps that Poland may take even if it's slightly tentative well. Reelection Andrzej do the conservative president means that the country will continue going in the same direction as it has been going, which means a strengthening of the ruling party's grip on the stage in its democratic institutions under. The this is one of the key narratives I guess. If we look across the Western media the papers here in this country, lots of people we've spoken to. Is this deep concern about you know pressure being brought to bear on the? Judiciary areas like civil rights gay rights. and people said you know although they knew that do is likely to be return. They held out some hope that we could see some progress there, but it definitely doesn't feel that, does it? and. Hope that. Trust skied, Wilson was liberal woodwind, and even less my as the exit polls where being announced, there was still a lot of hope among liberal voters I was at the election evening. Mr Scope Skin W- also, and there were a lot of young people that who already holding out until the last minutes won't just to that point. Is there any prospect you think of any? Any contest contesting of the results as you said already very slim, and when the votes that marginally sometimes you can see these things to the the courts. Any is anyone you hearing that from anybody? I mean there will definitely be complaints filed to the cords. It's a question of how serious complaints are and how seriously they are taken by the courts because the cold saw. To some extent controlled by the ruling party now exactly. Could speak to you. Thanks for your time as always. That was Monica's Warsaw correspondent. Annabel Chapman with the latest
"dudas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Eavesdrop their broadcasts in Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. They provide an insight into what's being discussed among black communities within the United States and also shared their feelings about the role they play within society's conversation for me, the answer to that is simple. I was black before I was anything else up black before the journalists I was black before was a radio host. I was black before they told me that I had to be, you know, even handed. No, I'm black. We also hear about working in the black media disparities when getting a house and getting cash as well as interactions with the police. So join me on BBC OS Conversations. Black America speaks Baby Sea Mews. Hello. This is Jerry Smith. The National Electoral Commission in Poland has announced that the incumbent Andrzej Duda, has won the presidential election. In a news conference, the head of the commission said that with results from almost all polling stations now in Mr Dudas lead over his rival, the center right mayor of Warsaw, Rafal Kaskey, could not now be overhauled more details from Adam Eastern in the Polish capital. Poland's electoral commission said Not all votes have been counted yet, but the final result was not likely to change much. Resident dude and the government can now govern unchallenged until the next general election in three years time. In his campaign president do the promise to continue generous welfare benefits for Polish families that have helped lift many out of poverty. Was also much criticized for saying that LGBTQ campaigners promoting an ideology which he said was more dangerous than communism. South Africans are waking up to a dry country after President so Rama Poser re imposed a ban on alcohol sales. He said he wanted to protect the health system struggling to cope with an increase in Corona virus infections. Some have criticized the timing of the announcement late on Sunday, saying the van may be justified but the authorities should have delayed the new measures to allow people to stock up on overnight curfew has also been reintroduced. A panel of international health experts say is the covert 19 pandemic could result in a 20% reduction in access to health and social services for some of the most vulnerable people in the world. His name is Grimley. This Yuen panel was already worried about fragile health systems in the world's poorest countries. But its verdict is that Cove in 19 is making a bad situation. Worse, it predicts there'll be an additional 400,000 deaths of Children under the age of five. Well, maternal deaths could rise by 24 a half 1000. The gunman behind last year's terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, has sacked his lawyers and opted to represent himself. This is raised fears among his victimsfamilies that he will use next one sentencing hearing to promote his white supremacist views. Film URSA reports Brenton Tarrant pleaded guilty to 51 charges of murder, 40 of attempted murder and the terrorism offense. They were crimes that changed New Zealand and prompted far reaching gun reform. Parentis said he'll now represent himself at his sentencing next month. Families of his victims fear he'll use the hearing to promote anti Islam hate agenda. A judge will appoint a stand by lawyer in case the Christ Church gunman changes his mind about legal representation. World News from the BBC. President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci is due to be questioned by prosecutors. The Kosovo especially is chambers in the Hague about his conduct during the war against Serbia in the late 19 nineties. At the time. He was one of the leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army on Sunday. Mr thought she described the war as clean and just and said the Kayla not violated international law. At least 21 people are reported to have been injured after an explosion and far onboard an amphibious assault warship more to the San Diego naval base in southern California. The military spokesperson said 17 sailors and four civilians were being treated for non life threatening injuries at a local hospital. The entire crew of the USS Esa Bonham Richard has been evacuated. The first federal execution in the United States for more than 17 years, is said to go ahead in Indiana Monday following a rolling by an appeal court The execution of convicted murderer Daniel Lewis Lee have been blocked on Friday by a federal judge after a legal challenge. The Court of Arbitration for Sports will rule today on the English Football club. Manchester City's appeal against a two seasoned banned from European competitions, The European football authorities found them guilty of deliberately inflating the value.
Poland’s Presidential Election Too Close to Call
"The second round of presidential elections has come to a close in Poland as me. Nicholson report's exit polls show the race is still too close to call. According to the exit poll, incumbent Andre Duda has secured 50.4% of the vote, while his rival Rafay Trickovski has come in less than 1% point below him at 49.6%. With a 2% margin of error is currently too close to call the winner of an election campaign, which proved divisive on almost every issue. Duda, who's backed by Poland's right wing government, led a campaign heavily dominated by homophobia rhetoric. Schakowsky, who led a pro European campaign has promised to bring back balance and tolerance to Polish
Poland presidential election heads for second round
"Results are in for Poland's national election that was held on Sunday. Polish President Andrzej Duda has been forced into a runoff election against a liberal challenger do not got the most votes but fell short against the 50% he needed to win without a second round of voting. Judah has been criticized for chipping away at Poland's judicial system. The European Union says his actions in danger Polish
A divided Poland holds presidential vote delayed by pandemic
"Balance of being constant Poland's presidential election a very to being watched closely across Europe president Andrzej Duda an ally of the governing law and justice party faces his most serious challenge from Rafael Cekovsky the liberal center right map of all
Trump's first foreign visitor amid pandemic is Poland's nationalist president
"There is face to face diplomacy resuming at the white. House is president. Trump welcomes his first foreign visitor in months. We've ever been closer to Poland than we are right now. Sitting next to Polish President Duda in the Oval Office four days ahead of dude next election trump marked the occasion, but didn't comment on how cases or at the highest they've been since April. Why did you decide? Now is a good time to have the first foreign leader since all those shutdown. Great honor and Franklin Poland's a country. We have a tremendous relationship with and I have a very good personal relationship with the president. So this is the first after cove it after the start of the the plague as I call it Tom didn't echo the sobering concern. His top health experts voiced yesterday other areas of the country. We're now seeing a disturbing surge of infections. Infections bottom line just the champion. It's a mixed bag, some good and some now we have a problem with, but trump may not be hearing what Dr Anthony. FAUCI and his other health experts have to say. Three of his four top officials said it's been weeks since they spoke to him and the CDC director wouldn't answer. When was the last time you spoke to? To the president about the country's response to this pandemic about two and a half weeks ago, it was about two and a half weeks ago as well maybe three weeks ago. It's been some time since I spoke about the pandemic response
"dudas" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"Mike. Thank you so much for joining. I think most people that watch US interview dragging get a very different sense for how you operate than if they were just interacting day-to-day basis on twitter although you're going to have to answer one. Final question please up. You've gone back. And forth on deleting tweets. Yes what is it? Are you gonNA keep your tweets? Are they in some historical archive or are you going to continue to delete them every forty hours or so? Yeah so I view tweets as an ephemeral communication method and I would prefer to be able to delete them without ruffles. Meaning the Jill. Nobody's GonNa care if they get deleted but yeah it's so weird to have all your thoughts out there it just black people who aren't twitter's talk to me like my wife for my family and they're like oh all that stuff's up there like what's wrong with you. You know so normal I would be the lead and then like you know the folks in the Crypt Comedians. Simply mcquarters alike you heretic. Leave that stuff up. They're immutable and you really believe what you say and well. Yeah I do. I do I stand there for posterity. So I'M GONNA leave my tweets up for now the majority of them. I've been going on about a week and a half I'm GONNA give it a little bit longer horizon so that people can enjoy and I'm GONNA try and get more chill this year but we'll say true words nervous at Dudas Mike. Thanks for joining thank you. Everyone enjoyed this conversation and check out the block. Crypto DOT COM. If you want to read more of the teams day-to-day Journalistic pieces alongside Linda. So next time. Thanks for tuning in to wrap. Thanks for listening. New EPISODES OF UNQUALIFIED OPINIONS. Go live weekdays at noon eastern time. You can follow me on twitter at two bit idiot. Want to continue the conversation or trolling otherwise next week..
"dudas" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"Be watching just with bated breath to make sure that I didn't get you guys in trouble our that more likely than not. You didn't get them into trouble. The bill what what. What do you say to folks that pushed back on just paying for content number one and then the skepticism? I hear mostly Around people paying for subscriptions generally boils down to well. All this information is already available somewhere or you know. I'm just GONNA use XYZ free resources and if you take the approach that most journalists only have fifty percent of the story right. Some people are very skeptical of. Journalism is a model in general. If only in a fifty percent of the story would you rather just have like a mosaic of different? I party accounts for how a given industry works or how how given in a new stories of all what what what would you. Argue is the value of independence at Oriel research brands in a market. Where you can you might say that. There's as much more value in just keeping all that information in house trading on on one hand or just running some aggregation portal. Yeah so First of all it depends on the team right But there's meaning if you have an extremely credible team that's really talented. And that is show good that they could run in house. You know. Algorithm based on their insights will hell if you can get them to release information for X. Price Than a whole lot of people are going to pay for right and it's worth something and so on the research side. I would argue that our work. I mean the people themselves and you know I don't want them. I'd be sad if they all left and went and worked at. Yeah Hedge Funds Tomorrow And how they probably get some of them will get wrecked. You know I mean it's market specific thing everybody loves the two thousand nineteen majority of what of Not done well because of the market. So this team that we have is is there topnotch right and so they could go out and do a whole number of things from investing in Tokens to US projects to you name. It running their own independent then Thompson. Type newsletters woods beautiful as they've come together. They're incredibly good and I would argue. By far the best in terms of regular output in incites in the industry and and so therefore there's a clear qualitative difference between the product and anything else available for reasonable price point without bringing somebody on your team so my sales just will hell instead of spending one hundred k. plus on your analysts spend X. With us and it's a lot cheaper or just augments that and it's like having two bodies that pitches resonating and so our business is doing well and we're growing on the journalism side for the most part. We don't we charge in the form of typical advertising in association with the brand. We're very selective. We've only had a few dozen sponsors and we charge a direct rate. So you're paying us and we have partnerships those folks so We've kept the quality of sponsor cy as you know. I think you guys do direct sales and similar you choose your sponsors and And you kinda stand by them so The the bottom line is the folks who are consuming content or freer paying your via their attention and the brand association and then on the other side so to answer your question directly. It's hard to get people to pay for journalists right and so for us. It's it's it's so impactful in terms of how we establish a brand that very many people see that super credible that they're aware of and that acts as a top of funnel halo and awareness s credibility establish her income for establishing so down the road when we have those Really deep insights that consistently day in and day out. Predictably you know allow you to make decisions whether it be research or in the long run more of data and services business obviously intentionally vague there but that folks will trust in Asia ran in there for b b more likely in warm to Hey would you like to work with us for for a year or more And it's it's going to be a big number but were the information you want associate with. What's in it of itself is really hard to make an business model right now is what's the thing you're most excited about. For THIS YEAR. With respect to new developments the company right the the the seems to be on autopilot. Hit their stride in terms of ongoing coverage. What's next so the biggest is? It's really getting a team. Incredible working together firing on all cylinders and then putting a bunch of stuff out there to allow them exposure. So it's You know we need to market the product right today. It's been organic. We're having an event during blockchain weak as are other folks and so getting the team out there to share their knowledge more broadly and will match but were introduced in Prague. This year called the block explore. That will be more crunch basing pitchbook. Cbs sites like it's an actual product versus. Just you know versus a website and so we're excited about that and that's that's later this year it's going to be different than what. Massari or you know. Some of the other folks who are different than you do And so so you know we want to become a one. Stop Information Shop For brands needs from you know sponsorship to to research to Deeper Custom Information.
"dudas" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"Sam Lessens the propagator right. He he writes quite a bit for them. It does a tremendous job. Then they'll do more of that as as what I would imagine. That's how you go up the price the price funnel so we go all the way up the price from charging a retail subscription fee all the way to charging Enterprise research consulting engagement and services fees But really we don't call on fees partnership so you'll we we aligned with companies brands. In the CRYPTO watching space like Massari does and we enter into longer term relations relationships with them to to help inform them across the news and journalism research and Information Services. You said something probably unintentionally early Clause Matt when I asked. You about the The direction of the business and kind of how you think about things and you referenced. You know we cover all sorts of digital assets. Bitcoin a theory and then he said ripples and be cash and it was very subtle. I don't know how many people would have caught it but this This is in keeping with what is otherwise a position. At least early on is very brash and a time in your face no-holds-barred brands Ripples folks in the X. RPI army would take exception to because it's ripples the company and extra fees currency be cash. There's the infamous scene of Roger Flipping off the camera and having had become mean because he wanted to be referred to as bitcoin cash not not be cash largest bitcoin or just bitcoin and how casually said that belies the charge. That's that's underneath there. And at that that's consistent with the brand that you dealt early on what What is the ongoing direction? You WanNa take with the tone and the brand not just of the of the site itself but of all of the component parts because we talked about When you first got into the industry that just the the telegram channels just the tone and tenor of twitter telegram and The general he comes along with people you know getting very rabid about these discussions in the industry. There's an element where that kind of fits in but is very much at odds with more traditional piano journalistic or research outlets but you've been able to At least from all appearances toe the line so far without it becoming a brand issue or something that jeopardizes your audience trust or or or user growth. How how has it been managing that fine? Line of being brash. Enough where people pay attention but not going overboard or self-correcting as as as an outlet and and within each individual ultimately representative of Brad. Yes so it's two thousand twenty when people get information today if you take it from our president on down they they want information. But they want it delivered with context with personality and you'll with context and you can define those things you know how you want them. But they don't want a cer- monotone news anchor delivering bullshit. That they know is bullshit right like nuts. How we've got information for far too long. So for starters you know. The reason we exist is deliver meaningful information in a tone. That's accessible you. Know meaning like you either relate or you don't to people in our team but we have a diversity of thinking perspectives and opinion. Such that you're gonNA find somebody on the team that you do have relate to and they're gonNA give you their thinking in an unfiltered way like you or the audience just as much as somebody else is completely diametrically opposed to your point of view but were seeking. There's no such thing as an objective truth for most of the things that we're talking about in the space so if there's anything I've moved away from its being tribal it saying there's an objective truth and a way to move away from that is to be open to laugh to be expressive to be a motive and hell. Some people. Don't like that right. They WanNa tell you how to think how to be. And they basically want to tell you that everything's happening without within the mental construct that they've created for society for money for how you should interact with institutions of their choosing definition. And so you know. There's nothing like that block like. It's just a of people who are way smarter than me. Who are super passionate about what they do. Who Care about their professions Whether it be journalism or research or building the best technology and care deeply about money and about technology in about how those things intersect and how they're changing so a long winded way of saying our personality is that like we're fiery fun accessible and telling you matters but we have to be smart as hell and I'm not so I looked at team do more of that now right like if you saw in two thousand eighteen nineteen I was getting trouble being the voice of the brand because guess what I don't like you know I started the company An started with a wonderful. Who folks but what's happened is the ecosystem has fundamentally changed and son. It doesn't care about personalities. It doesn't care about me or you just care like people just want Something they can trust. That's reliable it's embodied by obviously being anonymous but they want information delivered to them. They want it. I think again to be all things I just said. Accessible funny easy to relate to but I think they then want to laugh at the ideas take them in a people who want to discuss the ideas digest them and have it be an more of kind of in a forget the vessel if I say something and your Bitcoin maximalists safe. Edina Moose says something and it's the same thing and it's like bitcoin solves this coming from me today because it's me as the vessel. It could be the exact same words in the exact same thing you know. You'd have two hundred irate. Trolley comments on missing that enter versus him saying be like plaudits for thousand retweets. It'd be like Bitcoin rocket rockets. So yeah there's just so much you know angst and intensity and conviction in Ideas tied up in people's identity. We try and strip all that away. Take it off of any one person and just have a ton of fun. And that's why you see if Larry Cermak or Frank Shapiro or Ryan Todd or Taylor Blitzer Stephen Gieringer. So you want anybody on. Our team says something publicly. Everybody loves IT AND JOAN VAN. Fricken blasts we all have so much fun because we like talking to one another. I mean we get annoyed just like any other team but you can see kind of the amandime and we're having a and I think that attracts people and it's a lot more interesting than what coin desk does you know where everybody you know for. Awhile seem to be kind of going through the motions like hey we're just putting out content and berry just had US move in with them and you know that's annoying. And then you know they had Michael Take Casey takeover and a few other folks take over and now they're like a big multi media but just. There's not a sincerity that you see from our team and that aditorial sincerity. Invoice is what people are looking for and it has to stay with brand versus the People. So we've really were taught. Thanks for letting me talk myself into whole for eight minutes. Well that's what this is all about. I try not to interrupt when someone's on. I think that went down to two minutes right. I don't unfortunately for you so The I mean something that's I don't WanNa get too much into the block versus coin desks. You're going to be partial and I've I've got some history there myself. So by the way they're quality work so that leads Yeah I mean what I was gonNA reference was more. It was interesting. That might McSweeney. Joined you guys recently amid some of that chuckle because he was the last The last core like early coined esker plan and and seems like he's he's gone some way to to the light side or the dark side depending on their perspective to to to join the bloc but one way or the other. I found that to be a pretty telling. Move going back to the comment. Though you know it's one thing to be lighthearted and fun with it and you know. Just be parties. What I think is the general cultural violence of cryptic twitter. Which is to be snark geared to be A little bit rough around the edges and at times confrontational which is lying Healthy but at what points you know. There.
"dudas" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions
"Out at block. Words Group DOT ISO and you will not be disappointed are welcome back to Missouri's unqualified Opinions Ryan Celsius at two idiots very excited to be hosting conversation with Mike dudas founder and CEO of the block controversial figure Firebrand ultimately a phenomenal brand builder. So I'm not talking about myself in the third person But people I think on my team at least maybe on Mike Steam as well have often sent around the Spiderman mean of two people pointing at each other when it when it comes to Mike and I Going off on twitter so Mike. It's great to have this. Conversation finally has been long overdue but before we get too deep into the weeds here would love to just have you introduce yourself. And most importantly give a little bit of the backstory. Not only of of the block but just your personal journey. Down the CRYPTO rabbit hole over the last couple of years. Thanks excited to do that. Yeah we you and I met a couple years ago and was in the context of a telegram group and that was my Kenley. My first foray into the wires of will call. It's or Crypto will. Now it's crypto twitter's the word but you see all the social media it's a Sort of a wild environment and it was eye opening for me to jump from traditional tack and business and Fintech into the system. It's two years later from when I originally met you. I feel about twice as old twice as have have no kidding. So so it's been a while couple of years but to your question so entered the space to fulltime as described right when things were rushing up an Krisha knowing But I've been bitcoin owner since two thousand thirteen fall. Hackers out there. You're welcome like Ryan. I enjoyed talking about you. Know all of my security issues publicly and that's why you'll also the thing that drew me to Bitcoin I've Yolk in two thousand ten joined Google's while at team and spent four years in that team does a decade too early to mobile payments in America in have been early on a number things was early at Bimbo which was acquired by Braintree P payments and before that I worked on my music in the late arts so that was a decade later but Juli after working infantile juvenile equitable for years out working braintree in meeting with the Queen based team to talk about bitcoin payments and two thousand thirteen and really being a little bit disillusioned. And I think we're still seeing this. Continue today with every Cinta company out there seemingly having the aspiration perhaps other than Stripe Square and Shop Affi- which is sort of Fintech e adjacent to sell to big bank or financial institution your I wanted to actually work on. What would hopefully be disrupting financial institutions in the way that we describe them and you know the regulated by the US government and other governments over the next few decades And discovering bitcoin in two thousand thirteen participating and being on the outskirts but seeing it from a formal industry perspective. You got me excited about the potential slightly aware of the risks the personalities the complexity. And then when I decided to jump in full-time Holy Shit. It was like awesome terrifying confusing and just a trigger for all of my good bad side as well as seemingly everybody else who is participating and I probably monologues provide house all stop here but looking at this confusing volatile space. At a time when it was you know growing seemingly exponentially was was simultaneously amazing scary and and just saw like I think what you saw around. I mean you've you've been full time for a long time but A darth of reliable real credible information that led people to do really stupid things and inaccurate. Gets us to the core of what the block is. I I don't WanNa go out on a limb and describe the block because I know that you're just gonNa correct me with some ostentatious vision and my best not everything of everything that That the two more people look at the block. They see a a media outlet. That's competing with coin desk. I think you yourself has Have have been vocal about winning business away from Clinton to ask and in growing the audience. You've obviously got a very strong team of researchers that are on percents On on twitter in a good way a lot a lot of the content has been exceptional. What's how do you describe the block? And and where are we now in terms of its evolution? Because I'll have Frank Frank Reich went for a run which typically twelve minute pace half walkout by their which is bad news. So maybe you can think about the block in terms of caricatures. Franken the media elements and then there folks being the research but how does how does this business align with your original vision to improve information in the industry? And and where do you think you are now versus where you want to be? So the original tagline was crypto simplified. While we strive to do that I. It doesn't describe you know what what we do in its entirety. We've expanded that into the first and final word and digital assets and what that means really as you were not just simplifying things so you can understand them. But we'd like to be the first place you look to figure out what the heck's going on this space and we define the space pretty broadly so it's not just covering public blockchain's and cryptocurrencies than I just covering bitcoin Theorem Ripples and Be Gash Etcetera. It's covering central. Bank digital currencies is covering distributed ledger technology and stuff that is adjacent. So companies that are using technology and governments that are thinking about money in new ways The original idea and concept was again crypto simplified and it was hatched time when there was a lot more momentum behind. Lucia say everyday people's interest in learning more and going really deep in the technology What happened? Is you in two thousand eighteen as we started to form the brand and launched the brand. We realized we had incredible talent Stephen Frank Larry editorial talent that was super experienced had experience in various aspects of currency and blockchain Inventec analysis research and so we launched you. Know Not really a crypto. Simplify brand one. That had insider knowledge people gravitated towards our all of our contact with free in two thousand eighteen and that was the original vision for the business was young in two thousand eighteen. Hundreds of millions of people will be interested in this You know imminent revolution. That's happening today. What has clearly happened as everybody took a deep breath. Certainly we did and said Hey. This is going to be a multi year multi decade evolution with a incredible things happening up stones and everything in between just like I think a lot of technology and a lot of you know financial markets over yet throughout history. So where we've come out is. We are focused on instead of blockchain. One one Call it somewhere between Crypto blockchain to one and above. And it's enough that if you're if you're somebody who's aware of what's going on you can kind of start with our news and journalism that's our top of funnel that's where most people are aware of the block the news and journalism brand. And then you we will through as you mentioned our social counts and through our personal accounts. We you know. Basically tighten the funnel and connect to the folks who are actually participating fully in the market. And then we sell solutions as including research information. We'll talk more about where we're headed with. That was the extra. Why comparison because I think of a lot of what you've done with the genesis product is the information but the specific. Yeah so that's the starting point and I think with with this product we go deeper than that. So it's probably today to CBS sites. I don't think that The information doesn't ever research team That charge things out and has the they're more journalists than I mean they go deep as journalists but just they don't have you know folks who back to you backgrounds Cetera on their Under team and so bringing that in house we think it's key to the media information model long-term. I wouldn't be surprised by the way you mentioned the information. It's a phenomenal brand. I'm a subscriber. Love IT And pay for out of pocket personally not corporate so I think long term. You'll see them. You know. Go in there and get product managers..
The Dudas Abides with The Block CEO Mike Dudas
"Thanks excited to do that. Yeah we you and I met a couple years ago and was in the context of a telegram group and that was my Kenley. My first foray into the wires of will call. It's or Crypto will. Now it's crypto twitter's the word but you see all the social media it's a Sort of a wild environment and it was eye opening for me to jump from traditional tack and business and Fintech into the system. It's two years later from when I originally met you. I feel about twice as old twice as have have no kidding. So so it's been a while couple of years but to your question so entered the space to fulltime as described right when things were rushing up an Krisha knowing But I've been bitcoin owner since two thousand thirteen fall. Hackers out there. You're welcome like Ryan. I enjoyed talking about you. Know all of my security issues publicly and that's why you'll also the thing that drew me to Bitcoin I've Yolk in two thousand ten joined Google's while at team and spent four years in that team does a decade too early to mobile payments in America in have been early on a number things was early at Bimbo which was acquired by Braintree P payments and before that I worked on my music in the late arts so that was a decade later but Juli after working infantile juvenile equitable for years out working braintree in meeting with the Queen based team to talk about bitcoin payments and two thousand thirteen and really being a little bit disillusioned. And I think we're still seeing this. Continue today with every Cinta company out there seemingly having the aspiration perhaps other than Stripe Square and Shop Affi- which is sort of Fintech e adjacent to sell to big bank or financial institution your I wanted to actually work on. What would hopefully be disrupting financial institutions in the way that we describe them and you know the regulated by the US government and other governments over the next few decades And discovering bitcoin in two thousand thirteen participating and being on the outskirts but seeing it from a formal industry perspective. You got me excited about the potential slightly aware of the risks the personalities the complexity. And then when I decided to jump in full-time Holy Shit. It was like awesome terrifying confusing and just a trigger for all of my good bad side as well as seemingly everybody else who is participating and I probably monologues provide house all stop here but looking at this confusing volatile space. At a time when it was you know growing seemingly exponentially was was simultaneously amazing scary and and just saw like I think what you saw around. I mean you've you've been full time for a long time but A darth of reliable real credible information that led people to do really stupid things and inaccurate. Gets us to the core of what the block is. I I don't WanNa go out on a limb and describe the block because I know that you're just gonNa correct me with some ostentatious vision and my best not everything of everything that That the two more people look at the block. They see a a media outlet. That's competing with coin desk. I think you yourself has Have have been vocal about winning business away from Clinton to ask and in growing the audience. You've obviously got a very strong team of researchers that are on percents On on twitter in a good way a lot a lot of the content has been exceptional. What's how do you describe the block? And and where are we now in terms of its evolution? Because I'll have Frank Frank Reich went for a run which typically twelve minute pace half walkout by their which is bad news. So maybe you can think about the block in terms of caricatures. Franken the media elements and then there folks being the research but how does how does this business align with your original vision to improve information in the industry? And and where do you think you are now versus where you want to be? So the original tagline was crypto simplified. While we strive to do that I. It doesn't describe you know what what we do in its entirety. We've expanded that into the first and final word and digital assets and what that means really as you were not just simplifying things so you can understand them. But we'd like to be the first place you look to figure out what the heck's going on this space and we define the space pretty broadly so it's not just covering public blockchain's and cryptocurrencies than I just covering bitcoin Theorem Ripples and Be Gash Etcetera. It's covering central. Bank digital currencies is covering distributed ledger technology and stuff that is adjacent. So companies that are using technology and governments that are thinking about money in new ways The original idea and concept was again crypto simplified and it was hatched time when there was a lot more momentum behind. Lucia say everyday people's interest in learning more and going really deep in the technology What happened? Is you in two thousand eighteen as we started to form the brand and launched the brand. We realized we had incredible talent Stephen Frank Larry editorial talent that was super experienced had experience in various aspects of currency and blockchain Inventec analysis research and so we launched you. Know Not really a crypto. Simplify brand one. That had insider knowledge people gravitated towards our all of our contact with free in two thousand eighteen and that was the original vision for the business was young in two thousand eighteen. Hundreds of millions of people will be interested in this You know imminent revolution. That's happening today. What has clearly happened as everybody took a deep breath. Certainly we did and said Hey. This is going to be a multi year multi decade evolution with a incredible things happening up stones and everything in between just like I think a lot of technology and a lot of you know financial markets over yet throughout history. So where we've come out is. We are focused on instead of blockchain. One one Call it somewhere between Crypto blockchain to one and above. And it's enough that if you're if you're somebody who's aware of what's going on you can kind of start with our news and journalism that's our top of funnel that's where most people are aware of the block the news and journalism brand. And then you we will through as you mentioned our social counts and through our personal accounts. We you know. Basically tighten the funnel and connect to the folks who are actually participating fully in the market. And then we sell solutions as including research information. We'll talk more about where we're headed with. That
Music News: New Releases, Upcoming Tours, And Chart Toppers
"Now. It's time for new releases. Antunes new album releases Ozzy Osbourne Ordinary Man Royce. The five nine voice the five nine the allegory. Grimes Miss anthroposophy. Gene cannot know how to pronounce that coldplay. Everyday life. Dj Snake cardio `Blanche Deluxe Cardi Blonde Deluxe and holy broken heart new singles. The weekend after hours Ozzy Osbourne featuring post Malone it's rayed yellow busy. Keep it in the streets Pearl Jam Super Blood Wolf Moon. Tripler trooper read featuring. Russ the way Victoria Munay a Sacramento California native moment. Bt's featuring SIA on and what a what Alanis Morissette Smiling Now Billy Eyelashes. No time to die. Debut at Number Sixteen on the Billboard. Hot One hundred dated February twenty-ninth marking marking the latest theme song from James Bond Film to reach the chart. Time is the highest charting bond theme on the hot one hundred since Adele Sky Fall which debuted and peaked at number eight in October. Twenty twelve. Justin BIEBER's changes earns him his seventh number one album on billboard. Two hundred chart do a Liba is. Don't start now. Rises to number one on billboard's pop songs Radio Airplay Chart Dated February twenty ninth marking her second leader on the survey she. I reigned for four weeks in February twenty eighteen with new rules on tours and festival news. German electronic duo craftwork announced that a North America tour will be coming this summer in one. Nine hundred ninety. They changed the direction of modern music with the creation of their game. Changing electronic project that focused on robotics technology and the ideas images and sounds of the future. The German act is widely credited as creating the soundtracks for the digital age and influencing the sound of electronic music across all genres these performances will be an extension of the group's renowned three D. performances. And the first time in four years at craft work has performed this three D. Show in the states tickets for the tour go on sale to the public on Thursday at ten A. M. local time British bands. Pet shop boys and new order are heading to. North America for a joint headlining tour beginning in September. The Electronic Act will band together for the unity tour set to launch at Budweiser Stage in Toronto. The weekend is launching a headline tour a headline world tour ahead of his upcoming album. So the weekend is launching a headline world tour ahead of his upcoming album. The after hours tour is set to kick off June eleventh in Vancouver produced by live nation. The fifty seven date global trek will travel to arenas across the US Canada the UK Belgium the NAB The Netherlands Germany and France through November twelfth. The Toronto Singer will be joined by Sabrina. Claudio and Don over in the US and ate lamb and Claudio in Europe. Now onto the top. Ten songs played in the United States according to Apple Music Rowdy rich the box. Guess what still number. One young boy never broke again. Lou Top is number two. I just downloaded his album. Which I come out since he keep on popping up on these list number three future featuring drake life is good number. Four young boy number broke again. Redeye number five. Roddy rich featuring mustard fashion number six. This young boy is all over this list here. He is again with fine by time and number seven with knocked off. So if you didn't get that I'm just saying young boy never broke again but yeah he's six seven as well Number Eight bootie boogie. You WOULDA hoodie featuring rowdy rich numbers number nine the weekend again with after hours No it's not again number nine the weekend with after hours number ten pop smoke your instill no baby. Maybe his days on the top ten are over. Now let's compare that to the top. Ten songs played globally according Apple Music Rowdy which the box at number one in the US and globally still number two the weekend blinding lights number three young boy. I ain't saying hey y'all know who he is. Low Top number four future life is good featuring drake number five just bieber intentions number six the weekend after hours number seven tones and is back on the list of dance monkey number eight rowdy rich featuring mustard high fashion number nine Justin Bieber Yummy in number ten boogie would a hoodie numbers. Now what have I been jamming first off? I usually don't listen to singles nor talk about them. Prefer to listen to the entire project but I am really dig in this new a lantis smiling track. It's classic Atlantis. I mean it has me excited for the album and just happy that she is still making amazing music. Now I'm working my way through royse the five nine the allegory. It's twenty two songs and in our in eight minutes long. Soa Is GonNa take me a minute. I mean in this new world of EPA's anything longer than thirty minutes is a mission to get through but Royce is classic hip hop he is woke af and so are his kids. His interludes with his kids included includes him quizzing them on woke facts. I taught them. It's a heavy won't because it deals with race in America and its history with race. The production is incredible. I WANNA have expected anything less from Royce now Christian hip hop albums whole the broken heart. Ep So I never heard of this up and coming rapper slash singer science rapper. Lacroix's reach records but Craig plug him on his. I G saying congrats semi guy at Harvey official on his EP. Keep your eyes on this kid. So that is the only reason I checked out this kid. 'cause I'm Craig Fan? I didn't learn that craze signed him to I didn't. I didn't learn that cray signed him until I listened to the EP and then I started researching the kid now dudas talented and he looks like a regular dude like nothing about him. Screams artist so watching his visuals on. Youtube is kind of mind blowing. I mean each track on the EP has a visual. So you can choose how you would like to digest his prajit cold world or cold water and if I gave it all our my standouts But the entire album. You can listen from start to finish. I mean it's an EP It's super short. The run time for this one is wall on Apple Music. Obviously that's why I have Include it's only six tracks but it also includes the visuals on it so it says that it's twenty or forty minutes but I'm GonNa just cut that in half because it's literally like a double album with visuals. So it's probably only twenty minutes so you see it's easier for me to run through twenty minutes than in our eight minutes like royster five nine so I did get to get through all these a few times And it's definitely worth a
Sony Is Struggling With PlayStation 5 Price Due to Costly Parts
"Sony struggling with playstation five price. Duda costly parts. This is from Takashi Zouqi a Bloomberg now. This is a meaty story so strap in beefy scars components have pushed the manufacturing cost for Sony Corp's next playstation two around four hundred and fifty dollars per unit forcing a difficult price setting decision in its battle with Microsoft Corp according to people with
Mobile World Congress is in crisis
"World Congress in Barcelona as likely to feel very different this year. I told you last week that. LG had decided added to give the phone focused. Show a mess. Duda coronavirus concerns while the show is not cancelled a lot of companies either planned to reduce their presence or remove themselves from the show entirely three reports from N. gadget right up. Dwindling list of attendees Samsung is said by the site to be scaling back rockets plans to attend with many executives canceling their trips. and that seems kind of fluid unnamed sources cited in the peace say Samsung Still considering its options and could change course again. INVIDIA has pulled out. Ericsson has pulled out. Amazon's gone and Gadget says. The company was going to the late February event to push Amazon web services rather than anything consumer facing. But it's still a big blow when mobile a world. Congress has already lost multiple companies. That same report says away and Z.. T. E. R. still attending despite the outbreak having its roots in China although they've told Chinese stopped isolate themselves and pulled in European workers to cover for employees who can't go just ahead of this recording came word that Intel is out of the show venture beat says. The company expressed the same concerns for physical wellbeing of employees that other companies have expressed. It also said it looks forward to participating in Mobile World Congress again in the future as what companies will do instead at least one plans to take it to youtube and gadget had Sony saying in a press release Monday. It won't be going to Barcelona quoting the release as we place the the utmost importance on the safety and well being of our customers partners media and employees we have taken the difficult decision to withdraw from exhibiting and participating at Mobile World Congress Twenty Twenty in Barcelona Spain then said upholding press conference live at the event and gadget says Sony will host one on its official will experience Youtube Channel. Interestingly Intel is also planning some sort of announcement for the week of Mobile World Congress just won't be at Mobile World Congress according to the venture beat until is still expected to make an announcement about products during the event. But it won't don't have people on the ground at the show as companies consider their attendance and gadget says show organizers put in place screening efforts to reduce the chances of corona virus infections for starters gas from China's who bay province have been disinvited. Who Bay is where? The outbreak began. Attendees who bend the China will have to show that they've been there for two weeks prior to the show they'll also have to go through temperature checks and the test that they haven't been in contact with infected people. According to the report sounds fun
"dudas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Muir, but heating and his great to have you with us here on a Thursday night. And we are monitoring this showdown between the US, Iran tonight, reaching a new flashpoint after the Iranian shock down at American surveillance drone here are the pictures tonight from the Pentagon, new US surveillance, that they say shows that drone that was struck falling from the sky. They say the Iranians used a surface to air missile Dudas to give you an idea. Idea of, what this drone looks like this is the type of surveillance drone as why does the wingspan of a seven thirty seven Iran says the US was in Iran, airspace. The US says they were not President Trump suggesting today, maybe the shootdown was a mistake that it could have been someone, quote loose and stupid. But tonight news coming out of an emergency meeting in the situation room and Martha Raddatz leads us off with new images tonight. Now from the Iranians seeming to declare this was no mistake. Iran claims this is its surface to air missile streaking towards the US last night at seven thirty pm eastern time exploding on impact a huge fireball filling the screen the video is not verified. The US military also releasing its own video of the stricken, aircraft plummeting into the water shortly after Iranian TV announces the shootdown claiming it was in Iranian airspace. It's revolutionary guard corps stating and enemy that violates our borders. Will not return and will be destroyed the Global Hawk. One of America's most sophisticated unmanned surveillance aircraft its wingspan is brought as a seven thirty seven took off from an airbase in the UAE hours earlier monitoring the Gulf of Oman, where recent attacks were carried out on oil tankers and over the strait of Hormuz that vital oil shipping. Waterway in international airspace, says the US when the drone was hit the US navy surging, it's partner through rough seas to the debris field to recover what they could of the classified aircraft at ten fifteen a m after President Trump is briefed he tweets this stern warning. Iran made a very big mistake, just over an hour later, Iran's foreign minister firing back on Twitter. We don't see core, but we'll zealously defend our skies land and waters at twelve fifteen. The US military weighs in. Pinpointing where the drone was hit some twenty one miles from the Iranian coast. Well away from the twelve mile territorial limit in sharp. Contrast to the Iranian claim that drone went down over its territorial waters. This was an unprovoked attack on the US surveillance asset that had not violated arena airspace, at any time during its mission. Iranian reports that this aircraft was shot down over Iran are categorically false at twelve forty today from the Oval Office, President Trump with further warnings. They made a very bad mistake. But then a strange twist the president seeming to question whether Iran intended to shoot down the drone and even the significance of the attack. I would imagine it was a general or somebody that made a mistake in shooting that drone down. I find it hard to believe. It was intentional. If you wanna know the truth, I think that it could have been somebody who was loose. Stupid that did it at Martha Raddatz who was on the air with me today with us live tonight. And as this was unfolding Martha tonight, even the president suggesting it could have been a mistake. But the Iranians as you reported, there are not backing their claims of responsibility tonight. They gave it. And as you know, miscalculation has always been a fear during this incredibly tense time with Iran. But today, Iran in officials themselves made it very clear this wasn't some rogue Irani and officer accidentally firing a missile Iran shot that drone down on purpose. David Martha Raddatz leading us off tonight Martha..
"dudas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"We've got a lot going on. We got a lot of really good stuff happening. If you don't mind grabbing something on the president, making the deal with Mexico that the media saying they already made and it's not a new deal. The president leading solve anything he really did that eventually I got a bunch of other stuff to get I though, we'll do that and also talk about the New York trip how that went, of course. Sam was there with me making that happen. And it was a good time. It's always a good time to get time getting back home and what I brought home we brought home. Let me just say I gotta work really hard in the gym this week. Let me just say that saying you probably bagels, didn't you? Oh, yeah. Well, first of all, when you get bagels in New York, they don't give you say you want a dozen give you fourteen. Okay. Yeah. Go just just for some extra added card van just a really fat cells. So we'll get it all that it was, it was quite a few days in New York City, and I'll relate some, some stuff to you that we face some stuff that we did. It was a good time. You're there for the talkers conference for those that don't know talkers magazine. It's sort of industry standard for talk radio. And we were there, I was on a panel. We had a good time. We met up with some people. We did we shook as we we slapped ass. We smacked bay, we kiss babies and smack, the babies it is. But. Yeah. Back in the seat. Glad to be back in the Mike. Appel goes doesn't great job. But it's just a different. It's a different life to different way in New York City, by the way is nice weather, see at people just smiling and whistling zippy Dudas as a skip down the street, New York, but still, it's just a different world. You know what I mean? I've never been. Yeah. But, but let's get to the important stuff. I we're back in Houston right now. Starting well eight o'clock at night. They're gonna run it a little bit delayed. I'm fine with that. And we're back in town..
Probing the secrets of the feline mind
"Is all about scientists during these social mind cats in other words, how do they bond with us? How do the Hemu the Cate with us? How do they have the kind of learned involved to live with us and people been saying this dogs for decades? But nobody staying cats are not had been till recently, which was very upsetting for me. Because I really wanna story the story about how how smart cats are. But haven't had the opportunity to do. So until now Ray I mean, that's my question. Every time we do a look how smart is an well it understands the world and social interactions, and I'm like what about cats? I have a cat. He definitely tells me things he wants for sure. And I have two cats cat owners purely a lot of the stuff to be true. But it's one thing to sort of seed in your home. So they're being tested scientific. Right. Your cat made tell you. It's. Hungary. They tell you wants to go out with different cries. Hey, but how do you capture that and say how it works in cats, more, generally? It's right. So we'll kind of stuff what kind of questions were they asking about cats when you visit. The this lab in Oregon. This is a lab out in Oregon, Oregon state university. One of these are trying to vote how emotionally attached cats are to do the pick up on our motion cues in one of the experiments. They do is they actually have researcher go into a room with a cat. You know, the cats kinda freaked out because the weird environment cats leaving their home, the owner of been leaves the room in the cats alone by itself and other cats even more freaked out right, then the owner comes back in Africa. Couple minutes and often the cat will come greet the owner want get loved headed by the owner and will often happens. The cat will start Goff and explore the room on her own. So the cap may be starting to look into crevices to sniff around maybe play with toys, and a lucky would see that say, well, the cat crew doesn't care about the owner of the owner showed that back up. The cat was at high the owner than the cat went off again. But actually, this is a sign of the cat is emotionally tach. The owner will be socially attached the owner because the Kansas simply saying you're here. I know you are trust you now it can go off and do my cat thing. I can go explore this room. I feel safe that you're here. So dash he does short type of motion bonding the cats have with us, and they many able to do this with different pairs of animals and owners exactly they stay show this consistently and different cats have different personalities, not all cancer going to do this. But the fact that some cats will do this suggests that this is something that inherently cats are able to do they actually have this ability to be very emotionally and socially connected with us. Is that unexpected considering that they are domesticated animals, you know, it's weird. Because in some ways, we would expect domestic animals to be somewhat comfortable around us. But clearly, there's a range. I mean, a horse or cower chicken, there's a different relationship there that we have cats and dogs. Pigs aren't sleeping in our beds for most part, and we don't have horses in our house, so cats and dogs, you would think they would have to take this to the next level. They don't just need to be kind of. -cially aware and kind of emotional aware of us. But you have to have really be tuned into. They have to know. For example, what we mean, we make certain gestures are one of the beams experiments with dogs is your researchers will point at one of two bowls or go gaze at one of two balls and dogs actually will follow this very well. And it's the whole idea was allow dogs must be like so tune into us that they know what our gestures me 'cause even ship pansies, we pointed something they don't know what that means a lot of Amil struggle with especially with the gays. Look if you just look really quickly at something. This is something that's been very rarely observed any other type of animal so dogs really taking that to the next level that turns out cats can do that too. So the fact that cats and dogs can do it may suggest that they have this social bond with us the social intelligence that a lot of other animals, even other domestic animals might not have other kinds of domestication are often for service or jobs like you're gonna be food. You're going to my field. But with cats it's been much more like your. You're gonna live with me. Right. And that's one of the really surprising things. Here's to because cats and dogs have a very different background dogs. They were very heavily domesticated by people think they were heavily bred to be workers and kept pan-ion's helping us hunt, and do all these very complicated tasks, and so the idea was will dogs must be much more tuned into us because we've done this very aggressive domestication with them whereas cats as you alluded to share we kind of just once cats showed up and start hunting, mice and rats. We just kinda let them be cats. We didn't do a lot of stuff with them in terms of domestication. And yet we're seeing the cats of all a lot of the same skill set that dogs have which may indicate that this is the skill set. Both animals really need in order to live, and he's very close kind of intimate situations with human beings. This is something researchers were really doing while dogs got their day in the sun. But what other labs are involved in what kind of questions are they looking at right. And so in whether reasons I wrote the story is because before five or six. Ago. There was very little being done at least in terms of social intelligence on cats. And now we're seeing these labs pop up all over the world. So this is lavon Oregon is lobby. Mexico's couple out in Japan is a couple out in Turkey and they're starting variety things like the gays steady. I loot it to also other ideas with social attachments, if you go into a room with a scary object with your cat like a fan with streamers of this fans. Streamers are coming out of it. We got a picture of it in with the story. This is gonna freak out cat you expect an an often does. But what's really interesting is the owner behaves very calmly around objects even tries to quote unquote, make friends with says what a nice fan and to the cat like between meet this fan. It's such a nice fan. What was remarkable is some research has shown that the cats actually can take on these emotional cues in is freaking out the actually approach the fan. I saw can actually go up to just lie down right in front of it. The scary fan with streamers coming out as the owner was being very calm and really projecting. This very friendly. Calm state of mind of the cat seemed to be picking up. On. And what does that mean? That means again that you know, cats and similar work has been shown with dogs that they're very tuned into us as to what we're saying. But also how were feeling these really pick up on this these emotional cues that we let out a lot of the seems like something a cat owner or some a cat aficionado is tuned into their animals kind of expect. But other bigger questions that they're trying to answer. Besides, you know, do our cats understand us and kind of get things. Sometimes we'll, you know, one of these beer questions is what actually happened the horse domestication out, which is cats and dogs, but with it some of these other animals, we've been talking about and if we can figure out that even cats and dogs have similarities may see something about inherently some of the stuff that happens over domestication would air. Interesting things is that there's this idea that human beings actually, self domesticated in than we used to be very aggressive on cooperative species. And that we found a way to be much more friendly cooperative with each other and something very similar. We know or we suspect up with cats. They also self domes-. Iq as humans had seen with very little role in their domestication. And yet they were able to figure out a way to become more friendly and more cooperative and more used to living around other creatures than their ancestor was and so it's possible that we can tease apart with happened in the cab mind, we can maybe shed a little light about what happened in the human mind as well now. All right. So as a as a cat expert was there anything that you was prising to you as you were business labs and reading this new literature. Yeah. You know, I think one of the things that surprised me is that scientists actually get brave enough to study cats because nobody really wants to study cats you bring a dog into laboratory and a dog for the most part is really willing to do whatever you wanted to do dog'll sitting at mar I sit an MRI, it'll do trial trial trial of experiment, whereas cats are gonna freak out even if you come into their home stranger or these will participate. There's the cats they're gonna walk away into the other room. Even some the early experiments were replicated because the people that did them were just so frustrated with working outs. And was really surprising actually, kind of nice to see. He now is that a few brave souls like this group in organic in some of these other groups are taken other shot at and they're finding new ways to try to get them to participate in the experiments, and because of that we now have papers that are starting to come out that are really showing revealing all these things about cats that we may have suspected, but we didn't really know for sure scientifically until now is any of this research going to help us better care for our animals will. So if you look at the article, we have a table called how socially smart is your cat. Oh, and you can actually do some of these tests mobile simplified than with the you do you can try some of the stuff at home and figure out, you know, does your cat notes. Name how emotionally bonded to you is your cat. Independent is your cat is your cap refer you to food or vice versa. So those a few relatively simple experiments. You can do to figure out not only does this mean for all cat kind. But what does it mean for your particular cat as well as you do these tests? I haven't done yet. I think we did a name. Name test, which I think I don't think we should are cast do Norte Duda their names. But we haven't done the other. You think your cats would be good test of a little? I'm a little afraid to test them personally. Mike has a freight of nothing, but he doesn't do anything. Yes. That's the other problem. So the two problems of cats are there either freaked out or they just really wanna have nothing to do with whatever you wanna try to figure
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"Head of the national assembly. One Guido took an oath before the crowd, declaring himself Venezuela's interim president this was the crowd's reaction was immediately recognized as the legitimate transitional president by the US and others. The Dudas responded by breaking off diplomatic relations with Washington and giving US diplomatic personnel. Seventy two hours to leave rates NPR news. You're listening to NPR news from Culver City, California. On Wall Street today, the Dow closed down. And this is WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd. Environmental advocates are pushing in New York state to pass a strict ban on plastic bags this year and closed what they call other environmental loopholes. Governor Cuomo has called for banning certain plastic bags, but it's not pushed to implement a fee on other kinds of disposable bags. Liz Moran worked with New York. Public interest research group and says that without a fee residents will start using paper bags instead of bringing reusable ones. There's a huge carbon consequence that comes with producing paper. And since we also have to be fighting climate change papers, not the best solution. Either a Bill introduced in the state Senate would implement a ten cent fee for using disposable carry out bags most stores Moran says the details of the final ban will likely be decided during budget negotiations in New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the state is adding opioid addiction. To the list of eligible illnesses that can be treated under the state medical marijuana program. Murphy announced the change to earlier today along with other steps aimed at fighting New Jersey's opioid epidemic. Not only do we hope to break. The back of this awful scourge will be hope to become a model for other states to follow into work. With Murphy says his administration will expand Medicaid coverage for patients who need medication assisted treatment, which has been proven to prevent relapses. The state will also build treatment centers at Camden Cooper university hospital and at Newark Rutgers, New Jersey medical school, New Jersey has more than three thousand overdose deaths back in two thousand eighteen breaking the state's annual record for the fourth year in a row and the Westminster kennel dogs show club. That's the annual dog show is right around the corner. Gotta get that. Right. And spokeswoman Gail Miller by shirt says the organization is welcoming to new breeds. One of them is the Garamba say, which is a French hunting breed, and then we also have the Netherlands, which is a sporting dog. That is a Dutch sporting dog who works in ducks..
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Who's the girl that meek DMZ about getting a massage? Tend to be last night was like. Well, when you start wanting a massage and cuckoo I woke up this morning. I took nightmare last night because I was sick. So when I woke up, I was dizzy, I'm this on the phone talking to moms leaving them call you back when I woke up I seen the text. I'm like, I text Sam Sam got Twitter control right here. So Samson that up. Oh. Massages? You telling me, you gotta goes, right? Out of control myself a little bit. Now, what's free free is the TV not controlling what you see TV influence you growing up. That's we watch YouTube influence, the kids babies now when you hear your babies like, hey, guys, you know, how you know, how you to video come off like that one two year old cousins does hey guys they influenced by the TV down even on a top. And they run around saying, hey, guys in China. Do blinds walking around the supermarket TV is is basically the teacher it programs as as as people that even nowadays. I don't watch TV. I want internet TV. So we could choose what I want to watch. I think I'm gonna keep spiracy. There is now. Does YouTube video I think some my unlock my brain. Son is asking you now after him watching on YouTube and TV. Bureau's Jersey City you've said he wanted to grow Godhra. Growing like crazy. Life located off a little rascals how to dress poking all over the place here flaws by low pump losing them. That's his that's his era. And that's how I rock almost like you getting no cutting your head. Up next fight. Boy. But then the fully wave ozeki did away with that. Because that's his way. But I fully wait. I spend enough time on my son is like Busey San Bussan Busey because he's been a lot of time with his kids to a certain level where they want to be like him. You know, what I'm saying understanding Mustang with a beard? No he wanted. Right now. You know what I'm saying? I hope one day he went some ways from near forcing them that much. How do you monetize his habits? TV habits average stuff like that. I just grab your phone. Pops up my son on down come home. Now. Let me see if I'm real quick. So far was going on McShane down. No porno critics because the internet has no cap on. Watch. Our kids phones message kids commenting on Instagram. On Instagram trolling, why you sitting in the living room now on the phone, and the celebrity comments are they might be even in a little boy, a little girl d d m talking crazy. You know, I go through all that me was going on. First day. I came home nine on finding crazy. I found stuff this low my son during a little bit too much, but not crazy. I hear that record. And I hear you talk about I guess because you said you have PTSD before you feel like you got. I I never got diagnosed for, but I know I got it from other life. In life. Even as I hear that I hit anxiety, and your voice. So you think you'll get over that feeling of like watching your back? Sometimes I like I used to go to certain crib now. Like follow for last four years. I used to go to sleep to the sun came up, my home is that got like kidnapped is breaking a house all types of stuff. We used to say. Everything will you park. And you mentioned you check your surroundings could used to skate on. Speak to pain like I'm not fully living at right now. It ain't like that right now in a hotel for myself like nobody on bring them review on like him, get shot in Manhattan. I still no matter. What when I go home. I in that review. Yeah. When I go home. When you go home. I've you coming out to hurt like, you know, her baby. Like, I fill your small when I go home to get to downtown. You gotta go through the hood. You know, what I'm saying is just like are like my whole family likes. I don't want. Nobody to make me feel like I can't stop in my grandma's house. My grandmom is older she needed had spent stopped by she raised me and my whole family. You want one nobody wants to fill out. You can't stop. I should go to my grandmom house. I go to the house. I had thanksgiving in the middle of the hood nine nine like the Senate thing. Sometimes you see me post the pictures of me. And I don't think I'm standing out there. Like, I'm on a block. No, this was a nice scenery. I was here. A long enough. I wanted to take a picture, and I definitely posted as when I left you post a picture where you in you lose your life because nothing, but a lot of even going on in the hood nowadays and a lot of bad things happening. So, you know, sounds like you want to go more from less from being an artist more from from CEO and having artists that's what I'm hearing more and more from from this album more from your voice, I'm just going to boss mode and grown man move by we got more with meek mill when we come back. Let's get into a joint off the album. This one is featuring Jay z and Rick Ross is called was free breakfast club. Good.
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"I can't promise this next door he's going to be as exciting but we'll try in washington the house is expected to vote this week on the twenty eighteen farm bill and it's unclear whether republicans have enough votes to pass it one point of contention is the work requirement for recipients of snap the supplemental nutrition assistance program snap is vital for low income families including immigrants but if parents aren't living legally in the united states they may decide not to enroll their children who are american citizens as their hoenig of harvest public media reports from colorado in the small city of fort morgan colorado thirtythreeyearold veronica delicately stacks cans of food into her shopping cart at the local food pantry muchou you but i'm me she says this pantry has a lot of options and helps her keep food on the table lich wherever them in brutal us where dudas her cart is piled high with milk eggs fruits and vegetables enough food to last about a week so most familiar ronca as not to be identified by her full name due to the sensitive nature of this topic snap also known as food stamps helps her feed her five young children though it's not always enough that's why today she's at this pantry called rising up food pantries may become increasingly important immigrant communities across the country the us department of agriculture says about four million children who are citizens but whose parents are an authorized immigrants receive snap benefits the children are eligible if their household income is at or below one hundred and thirty percent of the federal poverty guidelines or about two thousand.
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"I mean we do slow allan thank maybe actually i don't think so but in terms of well i'm moseley concerned about like especially since we lost solar who was already just okay at like pass protection where did he go new york the giants so it's like no not a bad move for them because they lied garbage but so they like big the guard now i could that makes a little more sense yeah go that but they also lost fucking dudas justin pugh he went to arizona so like they improve their tackled the loss like their best returning linemen so it's very very weird move overall breaking even maybe they will see so you would you do one end four for brown yeah i think at that point you have to collect see valla check band like derwin james is the best safety i've ever seen we're gonna take him put him next mccurdy and no one's ever going complete a pass against us again then an entre though other one for directing second round picks that's why i think it needs to both i feel how many players do you think could command that one in four yeah mike legitimate we're like the team at the very least after we got to think about this rogers wentz is young and lovely i think he is just trying to think young i l think goth could but i think whence right now could donald i would.
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"Uh let me kill loop co man at duda knife he shot he'd okay oh recevered at dudas and short faith uh he could play the flat uh got a little more speedy you'd think so you could put them out wide if you want to but you can see already and is typical he's a playbook doom who loathes merited p and he has more athletic ability plus assuming and he is going to shock people and in the return game he ran back a couple of one's uh yesterday look if not a full contact practice but we we both know when you see a guy who got a little wiggle back there cooper covers the okay especially as a rookie i think he thought north marcel marcellus widely joins the show you can hear me every afternoons year on espn la three o'clock with killed in washington he's training right now for the big marci races in between yoga and polite he's class grissom line of wide receivers marcellus iif you're you're a big fan of terrell owens i hear you are a big fan of him getting into the hall of fame keeshun not as high on co wise teo your favorite receiver of all time all i got a quirky shot it it p o not a hall of famer are we are in air yes he's a hall of fame who said he was alqar allgirl whowhowhoever saw who look look look who must not put fake news out there okay out yeah i wanted to clarify that's why you want to go there before up if satellite you may not be higher epa all a favour back the phnom elmont his brain.